Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 24
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June 23, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

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•••*Mti»tttoi»oo,MO* I AL1UM "Just back from a fishing trip! He's probably show- Ing George Smithaon the stee of a stack of poker chips that got away!" Roast Beef Featured on Weekend By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Roast beef at prices lower—or no higher—than a year ago will be featured in many supermar* kets and neighborhood groceries this weekend. The buildup in cattle supplies to over 100 million head has made it possible to offer ribs of beef, top or bottom round roast, cross grid roast, sirloin tip roast and other red meat items at favorable prices. Ribs go for a two-year low of 55 to 63 cents a pound, depending on the cut, at one chain's New York metropolitan area stores. Top or bottom round is unchanged at 79 cents a pound at other stores. Chuck roast, a less expensive "cousin" of the tastier roasts, is the big attraction at some stores in the East and South, while short ribs are pushed in the Midwest and rump roast in the Far West. Fryers also get a play In some mil DEUVEKT PbOM CL 4-SIM or DU 4-SMS Medora Area 4-H Club Meets MEDORA - The Sake art! Stitch 4-H Club of Bethel met all day Tuesday at the home of their leader, Mrs. James Moran. Members judged clothing and practiced their act for the Share-the-Fun program at .'cr- neyvllle this evening, A picnic dinner was served on the lawn at noon. During the afternoon the girts Judged food. Karen Loy gave her demonstration that she will give at the County Achievement Day. Two of the girls, Doris Ann Frost and Linda Johnson, attended a Federation meeting in Jerseyville Monday evening. The next meeting will be June 29 at 2 p.m. at the James Moran home. Matt •frlMajr MEDORA - Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt spent Sunday fn Bunker Mill at the home of her •later, Mrs. Bessie Porwood. A dinner was served, celebrating Father's Day and the birthday of Mrs. Hunt. fltedora Note* MEDORA-Mrs. Nellie Barnes Is visiting her niece, Mrs. Wess Pimey, at Carllnville for two weeks. Mrs. Hope Chltm attended an agriculture and home euonunt- tea ex tent km meedng In Chun* pitgn Wednesday and Thurtdaj. Mrs. fi. T. Rhodes left Wed- neaday morninf for Omaha, Neb., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ewin. Miss Patty Tilley, Rock Island, is visiting her grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. f. J. Hunt. New York City Is the terminus of seven major railroads of the United States. 2>FootRai*e Of Lttke Due This Weekend Some Inipiwement in the level of dam pooh at AHon and upstream is expected this coming weekend, according to Ool. Charles B. Scnwcizer, district engineer, St. Louis. While conditions will not be nor- mal, t» aaM lit don e*pect the water enrtace at Ow» Wo. » » riea to aMt two Met betow fun PFJO! by fttt eontnt »»ley. tin pool at Dam No. » win remain about five feet tow for flte present. At Alton Dam Ho.» «**• dtioM will be eonstderaMy improved because of the fact that Qw on) at the dam will be raieed about two feet between now anfl Sunday. This higher level Is con- sMered by many boaters and fishermen to be a great Improvement compared to the low statea IB tae take dntng the paat several weeks. Schwenwr aaid that fte rainfall (BUSOal" ind nO wvwmf • ««• vm great volume been peawd mongh the dams until another tarft volume WM on the way, fromjieavy rainfall HI the upper reaches of the watershed. World's only Hindu monarch is the King of NtMl* «fc»e realm lies high hi «• Himalayas between India and Tibet. areas as prices fall 2 to 5 cents a pound from a week ago. Leg ol lamb, marked down as much as 10 cents a pound, also Is the "special" at some Eastern and Mid western stores. Egg prices firmed a penny or two higher in some sections, but producers fret over flipping consumption. Fresh produce supplies continue to swell seasonally with new arrivals this week including South Carolina and Texas tomatoes, Pennsylvania beans, cucumbers from the Delaware-Maryland-VIr ginia area, strawberries from Connecticut and western New York and New Jersey apples, cucumbers, celery, raspberries and blackberries. Best buys among vegetables are beans, cabbage, cucumbers, eggplant, nearby lettuce, parsley, onions, new potatoes, yellow or green squash, radishes and spinach. You can get good buys, too, in beets, carrots, Florida pascal celery, broccoli, com, western lettuce, peas, peppers, green onions, endive, escarole and watercress. Okra, sweet potatoes and tomatoes are fairly expensive. Lemons, limes, peaches and watermelons are rated the best buys among fruits. Apricots are outstanding, too. Blueberries made it on the good buy list this week after dropping sharply in price. Other good buys are cantaloupes, honeydews, mangoes, California's Valencia oranges, strawberries and plums. Cherries and nectarines are fairly expensive. Underground Church Colombia has an underground church. It is located 345 feet below the earth's surface in an old salt mine at Zipaquira, near Bogota. A rail line from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville Is Cambodia's next project NELSON DIETSCHY'S MARKET Sanford at Main Street FOK FREE DELIVERY SERVICE HO 3-0694 Phone HO 2-0695 | Prim OaM Until Stan €lom July 2nd | Sburfrech Fancy OLEOMARCARINE Lb*. Shurfreah Saltine CRACKERS . . . ............ Ib. pkg. 19c Shurfreih Siloed Swta*. American, e-oc. A A A Pimento pkg. OiWW Shurflne Fancy CATSUP 2 U-o«. boti. Shurfreth SANDWICH COOKIES 1'4-lb. Shut-fine Fancy Salad Drewing quart AA^ jar 05C Sburflne lO-oi. pk*». Marthnutllow* 2,., 35e i CrackeT jack fig Newtuiu, Ib. pkg. Chuck Wagon 350 CHARCOAL 5 lb». 450 10 Ibf. 79c 30 111* $1.39 Maull's Barbecue Sauce •-ounce bottle 34-ounoe bottle Wylor 1 * Lemonade oT Orange Mix Ma Brown'* Reltenet— Hot Dog, Hamburger, Sweet RelUb IS-oz. Tour Choice JaT r I Shurflne Fancy M I Chunk Tuna.. t cam gjMirfino (MU Your Way) Poach, Apricot or 418-m.flOO 4 jar* I Frotervos 8 pkg». 280 Gum, 30 In bpx_7»c 10 bars S8c Burs Barbecue PLATES 9" Pkg. of 30 49e Charcoal Lighter ... qt. «9o Purity Hot or CoW Cupi • 29e Koolaid 6 pkg». 80o Roxey Dog Food. 6 cam 89c Atkins Fancy SWEET ll-oi. Jar 87o PICKLES 33-Qi. jar 450 Shurflne Salad MUSTARD A 18-OI. P. or H ...... * Soflin 80- 4 o jaw count Napkins oj pkgt. Shurflne Inctont Coffee, too off 8-os. jar fthm^fln. PORK and BEANTTT 5 800 cam 4»c ihurflae Vacuum COFFEE .... Ib, can thratrte farm BUTTER Shurflne MaoMoni or Bpagnottt ... U>. gburftao Pinoapplo Grapofruit Qrtah ...... ean« Umrflne Fancy 3 48-o». 11 ean» I Shurflno Pineapple Orange A ««-o<• can* 300 Drink iCUUiott Red Beam A Fro* Dre»*«i FKYtiW Lb. lew Pork Chops Centof CUopo ••• lu. Ib. ««« to I'lb. plooo* 4§»|Cookoil Salami ._.__ Ib. ~DBjy»~<K»w) H~Ga'lTcart"on" ViTA LUBE *% Ham. MOm Milk. t,\* gallon* e§w TkU* Rieot or Krey CMU Caroo .... lib. « to 1 U». Lb. Onido B wuu BM UJi APISH nnawae UUUJJ3T1 Siif>(>r Shop •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••BIU | FOOD STORES j PRICES GOOD JUNE 24th & 25th Street Meft'1 Ceftoft Aft. ftWH. A.*, Merfttfr A.*. Merftet A.*. Matt* A.*. Mart* Elm and Alb? IN N. DetaMV, MM OaHefe It* fair* ft, •to., Alto* Hartford, 111. A»e* Altm «ae* Altea, OL DM BO a.|a*| Dial BO 14m DtaJBOS-WlS Dial CL 4-4*4 J Dial HO*-«1W d, 4-4511 We Dellvee Ftse Delivery ** Mart A,t *««••*«"» AM**. IU Weed jS£nW UBtOWB . Movftet Mfttot , . M-rfctf 'TlErikef Alton, IU. rhww Member A-G Stores Associated Grocers Company of St, Louis, Mo. —S SUPER SPECIALS WESSON OIL -49 , . ww . y^,, tMoaya PkoneHOS-mi mantle, MUt Dial CL4-M14 and Ho I. da,.! PMone CL 4-4864 DlaJ HO Mill Swcmsdown Instant CAKE MIX 2-59° WJMfe, Ye//ow, Chocolate and bufferacofca MARGARINE MAYROSE SLICED BACON Sealed ••Package •"• 53' AG SALAD DRESSING -43 Shurfreth Assorted SANDWICH COOKIES »< lb 25 Mayrose Olive & Pimento Loaf S? 69' Square Specialty . . L S " Mayrose Swiss Beef Steak . Lb .79' Mayrose Ready-To-Eat HAMS ££• i-b. 39 C Cooked Canned Hams, 11 to 13 Lb. Avg. Lb. eY»c A.G. KOSHER OK DILL PICKLES . . . ?r 33« J1F PEANUT BUTTER . . »* 39' A.O. GRAPE JELLY . . . 2'£'45' FUNSTKN SHELLED PECANS . L°M9' KRAFT FUDGIES n ,29« KRAFT CARAMELS .... Ph ,.37« SUNSHINE HI-HO CRACKERS . . '^35' SUNKJST FRUIT BARS .... 6,-49« MUSSULMAN APPLESAUCE FOOD KING ELBERTA PEACHES A.O. CRUSHED PINEAPPLE £'31e A.G. FANCY, WHOLE GREEN BEANS . . . 2 £.45' C&H POWDERED SUGAR . 2 £., 29' A.G. SALT it; 01 10° A.G. CIDEI VMEUI . . SH 25« MILNOT Yuban INSTANT COFFEE 6'Oi. . Jar 1 Krey Sliced BEEF OR PORK -55' CRISCO JELL-0 With JOc Coupon from Page 22 3-Lb. Can 65 Pillsbury FLOUR A.O. Sweet Old 5-53' PEVELY FARMCREST ICE CREA Gallon 69 PICKLES FB£SH FBI/ITS & VEGETABLES Large, Yellow * Reihed, Orchard • Sweet PEACHES 3-39° frozen Foods POT PIES 5 for 99* Super Shop AG COFFEE 1 U, Cm 59- WlthHiUtoHwa.ftoodetMySupefJiopSroft. June 24th aad 2Srh, Super Shop "Tin' One a ltd Oul> Plum" C'aiifuruia Sauta PLUMS 2-49c and Cruuohy, E«tro CUCUMBERS California'* Flne*t GRAPES . . . .2 *49c Bruwtw.p VJB. No. I California Loa« Whtta POTATOES 10 u* 69« FttHtTIOM 2^69' BISQUICK

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