Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 8, 1963 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

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ALTON TtttlfiSDAY* AtJGtJOT VIMS Sparkling Tea By EWtlf M. if we need anything except a thermometer to tell us that it is mid-siirnffier, a glance around a restaurant dining room will make us certain that the weather is warm. At many tables you will see toll sparkling glasses of iced tea. The lea itself should be very strong brew which will be diluted as the ice melts. Then there will be the addition of more ice before wedges of lemon or fresh lemon juice are added. Often there will be lall sprigs of mint which add a flavor that blends so well with the tea. This may be garnished, if you like, with slices of orange and often ginger ale is added when it is ready to serve. Iced Tea Allow 2 level teaspoons tea or two tea bags for each measuring cup (8-ounce) freshly boiling wa- ter. Place tea in warm teapot, adc water, cover, and allow to stanc in a warm place 3 to 5 minutes Strain into glasses filled will cracked ice or ice cubes, anc serve with quartered lemons anc powdered sugar. Sppoiitl Iced Ton 3 cups freshly boiling water 3 teaspoons tea or 3 tea bags Va cup lemon juice % cup orange juice Sugar 1 pint ginger ale 6 mint sprigs 6 slices orange Pour boiling water over tea, cover, and let steep 5 minutes Strain and cool quickly by pouring over cracked ice of ice cubes Stir in lemon and orange juice, and sugar, if desired. When ready to serve, add ginger ale. Serve with ice in tall glasses with a sprig of mint and a slice ot orange in each glass. Yield: 6 large glasses. Children Might Learn To Really Like Liver By EDITH M. BARBER Children are naturally conser vative in the realm of food. With the exception of candy and other sweets, the b'ttle ones usually like the foods that are familiar to them. Carlmville Boy Hurt in Crash CARROLLTON—Rodney Daum 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Daum of Carlinville, received a double fracture of his righl leg Tuesday at 6:45 p.m. when the car in which he was riding with his parents, and five brothers and sisters struck an abutment on Rte. 108 east of Carrollton to avoid an oncoming car. The child was taken to Boyd Memorial Hospital in the Mehl ambulance where the fracture was reduced and he was dismissed from the hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Daum received a number of cuts and bruises, but other members of the family escaped injury. 80-Acre Farm in Greene County Sold CARROLLTON — The 80-acre farm owned by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Willis near Carrollton was sold at a public sale in connection with a farm equipment sale at the farm Tuesday. The farm was sold for $16,000 to Carl Plummer of Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. Willis, who are retiring, recently bought the residence property of the late Mrs. Alta Armstrong on Maple street in Jerseyville and plan to reside there. They may look with suspicion on a food such .as liver which Is quite different in flavor from the bland foods to which they are accustomed. Because it is so highly regarded as a source of iron, children were probably over-sold about its high nutritive value. The most popular types of liver are those from the chicken and calf. SAUT'EED CHICKEN LIVERS 6 chicken livers 1 tablespoon flour 1 minced onion 2 tablespoons butter % cup half and half 1 tablespoon sherry Salt and paprika to taste Mix flour with salt and paprika, dredge livers with flour mixture. Saut's onion in butter, add livers, cream and sherry. Cook until livers are soft. Serve on toast. SAUT'EED CALVES LIVER Have liver sliced Ms-inch thick. Remove skin and tubes if dealer las not done so. Dredge with seasoned flour. Cook in hot, well- greased frying pan about 5 minr utes, turning pccasionally until veil-browned. Add more fat as needed. Bacon fat or butter is generally used for cooking liver. Be careful not to over-cook liver, as long cooking will make it tough. Allow % pound for each serving. ONLY COOKS IN 7 MINUTES DIETSCHY'S MARKET Phone HO 5-6624 -. FREE DELIVERY 500 RIDGE Krey Gourmet Ham S hole 8 to Boneless 9 Lb. Lb. 89c CHICKEN BACKS .... Lb. 12c BREASTS ---- Lb. 59c PARTS WINGS ---- Lb. 2flc LEGS ........ Lb. 45c LEAN GR. BEEF CHUCK KREY MELLO BACON . Lb. 59c 1 Lb. OA Layers ODU Fresh, Lean Ground OR A VEAL Lb. OU C Lean, Short OK A Ribs, BEEF Lb. WWU Smoked PORK CHOPS .. Lb. 79c Lean, PORK CUTLETS ....... Lb. ENETCUT PORK CHOPS .. Lb. Smoked HAM HOCKS .. .. Lb. 49c FRESH GR. HAMBURGER . 2-95c SIRLOIN STEAKKeL. 75cgir Lh 89c Smoked Sliced Dried Beef , 2"«-55c PIECE BACON , Mayrose Sliced Lean, Rind Off Lb. CANADIAN M KK* Small Link Pork Lh. Aft~ BACON Lb. OOC SAUSAGE Box HpC Lb. 49c PICKLE LOAFjJsliced CORN BEEF ~~~~TCT LOAF Lb. IOC SAUSAGE ...... Box SLICED BR~ICK~ CHEESE Cream Cottage CHEESE Lbs 41 C fiftnlf ine r< '' H ' J ' sco — I'ecan, Short Broad, A WUU IV 069 i) a te Nu Chocolate Chipits t> Boxes ItteU., All n White *• Dot. EGGS, Grade 'A' L SWEET POtATOlS BARRETT PEAfir?A; nra r'"2ffif;"86c A-G In Largo Syrup Can Franco Ainer. ft Chicken Oravyfc Green Home Grown EGG PLANT....each CansJZ 1C I5c A-G CAN OVSTiSUS GEISHA ~ dQp SHRIMP Can tMV Can OllC Flavr-Puck Gooseberries A-G GRAPEFRUIT SEGMENTS 2 303 oanso A-0 FANCY PRUNE PLUMS ~ 2 large cans 65c Instant FEU NAPTHA POWDER, 2 large boxes 35c WATERMELONS.'Vine Ripe, 30-lb. Avg., eacF79o LARGE RED Lb. SOLID ICEBERG 25' 199 Long, Green 2 Far , _ . Jumbo n Cantaloupe fc Green Cook- A Lb. QQ A Uig APPLES 1 Bau 096 GBDEN PI5PPEBS Lb. I9c MMOY flEP POTATOES Zip ibs. S8c WMTB FRIISTONE FEACHES ... .TT4 IN, 49o 3 IbSi 396 Heinz Catsup 25' 14 Ot, Btl. HEINZ Hot Dog Relish 11 >/4 OX, Jar HEINZ Chili Sauce 39 12 Oz. Btl. HEINZ Hamburger Relish 29' 11 Oz. Jar HEINZ Cider Vinegar 35° Quart Bottle TOM-BOY BREAD LARGE LOAVES 2 - 35 TOM'BOy COUPON CAMHBULL TOMATO SOUP 3 ">*-• 250 LIMIT 3 with coupon and purchase of $1.50 or more excluding tobacco, fresh miJk products and coupon items. Limit 1 Coupon per Family BALLARD OR PILLSBURY Biscuits 3 - 25° KRAFT—BRICK OR MUENSTER Cheese Slices 39 C 8 Oz. Pkg. FOR STUFFING OB BAR B-Q POCKET CHOPS . . BONELESS "69c PORK LOIN ROAST.... 89c . LB 59c 49o RIGHT RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES * A ST. LOUIS FAVORITE FOR BAR B-Q HOLLYWOOD RIBS... YOUR CHOICE, WHOLE OR RIB HALF LOIN TOM-BOY U.S. GRADED "Aft 17 EGGS 2 & 89 C Rib Center—Pork Try a Wiener "Crown Roast" with .. * HUNTER'S ALL MBA* SKINLESS WIENERS - 49c AND HUNTER'S FINEST BOOK PAR SLICED BACON . . ' 65c A $1.38 VALUE for ONLY $1.14 «••••••••••••••••••••••••••••£ • Extra Fancy—Large,, Crisp Iceberg I LETTUCE LARGE HEADS • RED! RIPE! 24 Lb. Avg. Meat Prices Good Through Sat., Aug. I Oth Krey's Fancy—Ideal For the Spit Corned Pork Butts . ' 65c Krey's Finest—By the Piece Braunschweiger . . CALIF. LGE. EXTRA FANCY These Foods are Real Wife-Savers ALL GROCERY PRICES ARE EFFECTIVE THROUGH MONDAY, AUGUST 12Tlr|, 1963 :WATERMELONS... 59c EXTRA FANCY HOME GROWN GREEN PEPPERS. 2 9c ?RA FANCY m m m m iL HfvV FREESTONE I PEACHES . . . 4 49c 1 VINE RIPENED JUMBO SIZE =CANTALOUPES . 3 69c • HOME GROWN • CORN & TOMATOES Delivered FRESH DAILY «•••••••••••••••!•••••••••••• EXTRA FANCY FREESTONE JUST HEAT AND SERVE WITH CRACKERS FOR A QUICKIE MEAL aimu 3 can. with coupon) CAMPBELL'S TOMATO 3 101/2 OZ. CANS BANQUET FROZEN - BEEF, CHICKEN OR TURKEY - PICK UP A HALF DOZEN THIS WEEK-END 8 OZ. PKGS. $|00 Whole, unpeelecl—Delicious with Cottage Cheese JOYFUL APRICOTS.. 2 With cheese—Kraft Tom-Boy French Cut GREEN BEANS ... 2 SL 35' SPAGHETTI DINNER. 2 j£ 49' All purpose poly unsuttiratod TOM-BOY OIL .... 8S 39' Sunshine Krlspy Crackers 29c Purity Large 9-lnch PAPER PLATES . . . .S?. 39' Duncan Hlnus Sinokey or Reg, BARBECUE SAUCE.. 3 II 00 Fresh Polish, Kosher or Dill HEIFETZ PICKLES . . XT 29' Pride of Spain—Thrown Manzanllla OLIVES . . . . No. 22 Jar 69' Flav-R'Pac FROZEN FOODS GRAPE JUICE 3 12 Oi, $ 1 00 Cans I Gut Corn or Peas 3 1'/2 Lb. $| 00 Poly Bags 1 Sara Lee 13 OZ. PKG. Chocolate Brownies OR SARA LEE 1S 2 OZ, Banana Cake Your Choice ... Golden Goodness.. . Country-Fresh! LAND 0' LAKES SWEET OR SALTED - QUARTERS BUTTER Enjoy it on Sweet Corn tonight Try as much as they can, science has never been able to duplicate the coun- » try-fresh flavor of this fresh creamery butter. j Rolls, sweet corn, pan- v cakes and sandwiches have a new exciting taste appeal when prepared with butter. It's a Dairy Month special, priced right. Use It In all fine cooking and baking. PATIO FROZEN TAMALE DINNERS 12 Oz. PACKER'S LABEL TOMATOES Redeem Your Coupons At a Tom-Boy Store 2», 29 C

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