Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 23
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 23

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 29, 1963
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||%f *~^tjmmftBN<i« >r: f Crapes & Curried , ' ' JL {Turkey Delicious By ALtcfc OfctfttOS* Thrtftitteofl seedless grapes ate moving Jhto the market In abundance. , There's an interesting story concerning this popular gfape, No one knows exactly where the Thompson seedless came from nor by what process It was grown without seeds. About 75 years ago, William Thompson, a Suiter County, California farmer, ordered a large stock of grape cuttings from a New York nursery. Three cuttings were found to be different from the rest. These were planted in a vineyard corner but during the process of cultivation, two of them were destroyed. The remaining vine bloomed to maturity and bore fruit different in appearance and character from any ever seen in California. No Information The grower wrote to the nursery but the correspondence failed to shed any light on the origin of the cuttings. But from that one cutting an enormous industry has developed. There are about 200,000 acres of these grapes growing in (California today, the wonderful 'grapes that for want of a more proper botanical name were i called after farmer William j Thompson* Curried Ihlfkcy With Grapes & c, butter or margarine U'c. flour 2 tsp. chopped fresh onion ife tsp. curry powder 2 c. milk or 1 c. milk and 1 c. stock (slock adds to the flavor) U tsp, black pepper 2 c. cooked, diced turkey 1H c. Thompson seedless grapes Melt butter in saucepan. Blend in flour, onion and curry powder. Stir and cook 1 minute. Gradually add milk. Cook until of medium thickness. Add rest of ingredients. Heat only until hot. Serve in patty cases or over chow mein noodles. Serves 6 with a wonderfully good turkey leftover dish. Ham And Grape Salnd 3 c. diced cooked ham 1 c. diced celery 1 tsp, finely chopped onion 1 tsp. salt or to taste tsp. black pepper 1 tbsp. fresh lemon juice U c. mayonnaise 1 c. Thompson seedless grapes 1 d. Tokay grapes, seeded and halved Lettuce Combine first t ingredients; mix lightly. Add grapes and toss only to blend with other ingredients. Serve on lettuce. Serves 6-8. Grape Ambrosia 2 c. Thompson seedless grapes 2 c. fresh orange sections 1 tbsp. sugar V4 c. flaked coconut. Combine grapes, oranges and sugar. Serve as a delicious dessert in a large bowl sprinkled with flaked coconut. Serves 6 with a nice variation of ambrosia. Snack Old-fashioned eggnog still makes a fine mid-morning snack for youngsters. Use a well-beaten egg and a couple of tablespoons ol sugar to a cup of milk and add a little vanilla. A little freshly grated nutmeg over the top adds delightful aroma and flavor. PEACH DELIGHT IM eaches, 1 cup ttj£^J££s£^ 1 run use remainder to un j.u*»wM«rhlv add j. i>vifc/t i*t.-v 4 4-Kf» RUC&T tJDOrOUBU^J» ** x *** iHf MIL NOT &r CN Mmmmm marvelous MILNQT! Use it wherever your recipe calls 1 for milk or cream. MILNOT ia rich in vitamins and proteins because it takes a whole quart of milk to make one can of MILNOT. And MILNOT whips into creamy peaks at room temperature, too. No wonder they say: 'If cows could., .theyd give MILN OT" For your free MILNOT recipe book write MILNOT COMPANY. Litchfield, Illinois, Box LI - L':'-, V .. " -^?*" •*$-1 5."* *VL BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEEDS AT DISCOUNT PRICES! FROM THE Wild Goose BARGAIN CENTER SHOTGUN $192 SHELLS Ba r • Entire Stock SUMMER SPORTSWEAR • Pinwale Pants , f Clam 1 Diggers • SS Sport Shirts • Knit Shirtj — f Bermuda OFF Shorts Wl ». SOME SIZES LIMITED CPME QMTTQNITII Back-to-School SUPPLIES! Notebook 500 Filler Paper 300 49o Big Stock of Famous Name Ball Point Pens At Reduced Prices! AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS OIL OIL OIL QUART 3 GAL. 6 GAt. 19c $1.25 $3.77 9 Cool Cushions $1.17 f Bear Vlow Mirrors $1.88 • Set ol 8 Spark P!UK» WE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY LABOR DAY! WILD GOOSE BARGAIN CENTER Conveniently Jubt a ISpi «f PLENTY OF PARKING DIAL Oil 4-9022 FOOD STORES Mi mbir A-Q Stem Astaclfttfld Qrocin Company ef Si. Uult. Mi. >&^# VfclAJP^ *' All You Need at Super Shop Store! Gov't Inspected Grade "A"' WHOLE Krey or Mayrose : ".' ' V : '•.-•< '„• v*. • ' ., " Cut to your order PORK STEAKS SPLIT BROILERS Lb WITH GIBLETS FRYER BREASTS .. 29 FRYER LEGS & THIGHS - 49 B-B-Q SAUCE., riquets OPEN PIT 28 OZ. BTL. Mcryrose Fully Cooked " 16 to 18 Lb. Avg. Whole or Half—Lb. CENTER HAM SLICES 99c CHARCOAL 90 Ih __ ,. _ , fcW llfi Don't Forget „ Fire Starter Ba S QQc 5 ib. \/\) Bag OCl UU Krey Gourmei— Whole or Halt HAMS . . . . 89c Mcryrose or Hunfer Skinless WIENERS . . , ' 49c Cans PORK'BEANS S 3 SweetPickles %f «>»<>» Shasta Canned Soda 6;» 49 29 89 May rose or Krey—-By Piece BRAUNSCHWEIGER OR LARGE BOLOGNA . Lb. 39 Mayiose-—Thin Sliced BACON - . . S HUDSON'S FAMILY SIZE GIANT 200 COUNT NAPKINS APER PLATES Pkg. PURITY 100 in Pkg. J>MJIMM< SUPER 'SHOP RMfflffi 20c Value! MIRACLE WHIP I Quart Jar ANGEL FOOD CAKE S 29 COOKIES FLAVORKIST, OATMEAL, SUGAR, CHOC-CHIP, LEMON CUSTARD A.G. Half ICE CREAM Gal. i • '«••• tf iWitli this Super Shop Coupon and^ i $1.50 in Other Purcliusos, | Good Aug. 30-81. SUPER SHOP A.G. CATSUP ••"„*• Col's A.G. Superette. Brighton, III. Phone FRontior 3-8487 College Ave. A.G. Market 8124 College Ave.Mlton Dial HO 5-H100 Elm Street A.G. Market Elm and Alby Sts., Alton Dial HO 2-0012 Floyd's A.G. Market 3rd and Penning Wood River, Ul. Closed Wednesdays ' Goldman's A.G. Market 1824 Highland Alton Dial HO 5-8R22 Delivery $5 Minimum Neuhaus A.G. Market 201 Shamrock St., East Alton 111. Dial OL 4-5214 Uptown A.G. Market 2824 Humbert Alton, 111. Phone HO 5-1211 Rain's A.G. Food Mart 222 East Elm Alton, 111. Dial HO 2-0522 Smitry's A.G. Market 120 Edwardsvllle Road Wrofl River, 111. Open Sundays and Holidays Third St. A.G. Market 120 East Third East Alton, 111. CL 4-4511 The Country Store Brighton, III. Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.—Fri. & Sat. 0 a.m. to 10 p.m. Open Sunday 0 a.m. to 10 p.m. Dial 872-3802 A.G. Shortening 3 - 59 HI-C Orange or Grape Drink . . Strained Baby Food . 6^59" Chunk Tuna . . . 2 Chicken of Sea ^ c'1 '59c Potato Chips, Save 10cS 39 6 Frozen Foods for After School Snacks! BIRDS EYE FROZEN 10 39 Lemonade 5S.'.;59 !;• FROZEN PIZZA.. POTATOES... Ea. 2-lb. Bag What a Combination/ Chicken & Corn Golden Bantam vUKN • •• ......... 0 Fcr Repeat By Demand '••— Top Quality Golden Ripe BANANAS . . . HOc New Crop »*, U,S, tio, I Rlcan YAMS . -,., . 3-29c torgrp Siit — Tite CfOp-V,S. ««*» A GCOFFEE > i I I I 4 > • I I I 1 LEMONS Yew, tihglg* I U,5, JONATHAN

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