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Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Aug. 30, 1972 C-3 •NONE SOLD TO DEALERS U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED Cut-Up Fryers Tray Packed lb. U.S. GOV'T. INSPECTED Fryer Breast Quarters FINE FOR BARBECUING lb. FINE FOR U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED fmf rwR Spilt Broilers BARBECUING *) AC U>S< GOVT - INSPECTED >b 3Y Fryer Leg Quarters FINE FOR BARBECUING U.S. GOVT. GRADED "CHOICE" BEEF SHORTRIBS lb. ma*** U.S. GOVT. GRADED "CHOICE" BEEF 79 CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAKS U.S. Gov't. Graded "CHOICE" lb. 99* CLUB STEAKS U.S. Gov't. Graded "CHOICE" EXTRA LEAN . . . BONELESS Pork Cutlets lb. "MAYROSE" 2 to 3 LB. PIECES Braunschweiger lb. U.S. "CHOICE" FAMILY PACK ... 3 Ibs. or More Ground Chuck 4%Jt<f FRESH CHILLED "89 Channel Catfish lb. 99 SWIFT PREMIUM . . . SAUSAGE . . . "Brown and Serve" 8-ox. pkg. "W Ac HUNTER ' S ALL MEAT 77 Large Bologna Mb. pkg. 89 FOR FRYING . . . Center Cut ... BONELESS Ham Steaks RATH'S FULLY COOKED . . . READY TO EAT 3 to 4 lb. lb. End Portion $439 RATH'S FULLY COOKED ... R I Boneless Ham "CHECK THESE ITEMS FOR YOUR LABOR DAY WEEKEND!!" Our Coupeni Expire Tue»., Sept. 5 All Other "AD" Items Good Only Through Sol., Sept. 2. "WE RESERVE THE RIGH1 TO UMIT QUANTITIES" "GOLDEN HERITAGE" U. S. GOVT. GRADED "A JUNIOR TURKEYS 5 to 9-lb. .. AVERAGE lb - DURKEE'S "CHRIS 'N PITT'S" BARBECUE SAUCE ££• KRAFT'S JET-PUFFED MARSHMALLOWS "S^f "SMOOZIES" - "FUDGSICLES" or "POPSICLES" MRS. ALISON'S 29c COOKIES d:L "ORCHARD" Grape or Orange BREAKFAST DRINKS "SO GOOD" POTATO CHIPS pkgs. $400 CHARCOAL BRIQUETS CHARCOAL LIGHTER 'ENERGIKE" WITH COUPON 9*. Cans OSCAR MAYER" SPARERIBS 2 to 3 Lb Avg. SMALL SIZE RATH'S WHOLE FULLY COOKED . . . READY TO EAT BONELESS HAMS DID YOU KNOW? Retail ''Sole" adf have only limited credibility with ihoppen ... At leait lhot'« what an article from the Wall Street Journal »lated, (8-17-721. A turvey taken by limited Stores, Inc. In Columbus, Ohio, <ay« 72V. of shopper* surveyed in eight cities were skeptical of at least som* sale advertising. They complained that sal* ads were "An insult to their Intelligence" and that sales often featured inferior goods. This U one reason that you will find s« many brand name products featured in Tri- City's "ads" . . . Just out of eurioiity, would you please drop me a note on how you feel about grocery "Sale" ads. At Barnes, Advertising Manager Tri City Grocery Company 1600 State Street Granite City, Illinois 62040 r+UCf*l/ THESE PRICE V*HbV*l\ BEEN PAYING ... YOU'LL SAVE CASH • MIRACLE WHIP S57« 9-INCH WHITE PAPER PLATES HI-C DRINKS MILNOT CAMPBELL'S HERSHEY'S ECCO 1% MILK 46-oz. can PORK'N 16-or. BEAN can CHOCOLATE SYRUP GRADE "A' HOMO. TDI PITY GROC co I Hi-Ill I 1 COUPON DURKEE'S "Chris 'n Pint 1 BARBECUE SAUCE 100-ct. pkg. I With 'Coupon "CHEF" BRAND Aluminum Foil 25-ft. rolls BACON Skinless Wieners 12-oz. Pkg. C.W. Sweet Relish 'r 47c DE CAP Instant COFFEE 4-«. TOWABD PURCHASE WORTH 39* GROUND BEEF WITH THIS COUPON COUPON EXPIRES TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER S CUSTOMER MUST PAY SALES TAX INVOLVED Worth lie Toward • * Purchase KRAFT'S Jet Puffed MARSHMALLOWS WIIH THIS COUPON Explftt Tgckdoy, Sept. 5 Cutlomei mult pay talet tax involved- linif Worth OCc Toward *«» Purchase One 6-oz. Jar 'MAXWELL HOUSE- INSTANT COFFEE WITH THIS COUPON COUPON EXPIRES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER f CUSTOMER MUST PAY SALES TAX INVOLVED Worth *)Ac Toward *™ Purchase 9-INCH WHITE PAPER PLATES 1011-rt. ENERGINE CHARCOAL LIGHTER WITH IHIS COUPON l Tuutdciy, Sepf 5 Cuilomer mull puy tolei lux "TIGER" COFFEE WIIH THIS COUPON 'UNDERWOOD' Deviled Ham or Chicken Spread WIIH IHI1 COUPON SHOP AND SAVE AT TRI CITY 1210 MILTON ROAD, 2602 STATE STREET 1751 BELTLINE HWY., ALTON, WILSHIRE VILLAGE, E. ALTON, 65 E. FERGUSON, WOOD RIVER fancy treats for children What could delight a child more than his very own clown? Especially if that, clown is made with a big, red, juicy apple, fresh grapes, marshmallows and chocolate pieces! Now that's a combination that any child would find irrestible. Why not. make an Apple Clown for your favorite little person. They're so simple to make. Think of a child's thrill of finding a clown tucked into his lunch box — on his birthday maybe? Or sitting on the kitchen table when he returns from school, with his name printed on the clown's hat. Use them as place cards at a child's party. Make one whenever you want to see someone smile. Fresh in the market now are good supplies of new crop red and Golden Delicious Apples from the mountain orchards of North Carolina. These excellent eating apples are crisp, crunchy, juicy and delectable. They're the first good eating apple of the new .season. Delicious apples are commonly known for their eating out of hand quality, but the golden variety are excellent in cooked dishes too. Apples are endowed with infinite goodness! They furnish bulk in the diet for good digestion, help cleanse the teeth naturally and thus aid in preventing dental caries and gum disorders. And, they were even used successfully in experimental diets to relieve high blood pressure. The United Fresh. Fruit and Vegetable Association recommends apples as the ideal mid-meal snack because they do not interfere with the meal-time appetite. If peanut butter is on your child's list of "favorite foods", consider a peanut butter and sliced apple sandwich. The tart-sweet apple adds a zesty crunch to this hearty combination. Caramel Apples are another way to enjoy the season's supply of Delicious apples from the Tarheel State. Apple Clowns Red Delicious apples Wooden picks Marshmallows Green grapes Chocolate pieces Heavy paper Transparent tape Wash apples and remove stems. Using wooden picks attach a marshmallow on top of apple for the head, marshmallows for arms and legs, and grapes for hands and feet. Attach chocolate pieces for eyes, nose and buttons down front. To make hat, cut a 3-inch square of paper, wrap int'i cone shape and fasten with tape. Caramel Apples 6 Golden or red Delicious apples 6 sticks 1 package (14 ounces) light caramels 3 tablespoons corn syrup 2 tablespoons water Wash apples, remove stems and insert sticks. In the top of a double boiler melt caramels, add corn syrup and water and mix until smooth. Remove top of double boiler from water and swirl apples, one at a time, in caramel mixture. Let excess drip off, then place on waxed paper and refrigerate. Makes: 6 caramel apples. Cooking is fun By CECILY BROWNSTONE AP Food Editor FAMILY SUPPER Hamburgers in Toasted Buns Iceberg Slaw Fruit Cocktail Pudding Beverage ICEBERG SLAW A crisp and nutritious salad. 1 small head iceberg lettuce 1 cup coarsely shredded carrot 1/2 cup slivered green pepper 1,0 cup coarsely shredded white turnip 2-3rds cup commercial sour cream 'I tablespoons cider vinegar 1 teaspoon brown sugar 1 teaspoon onion salt \- 2 teaspoon regular salt 1 teaspoon prepared mustard 1 teaspoon caraway seed CDIV, rinse and thoroughly drum lettuce: wrap and chill. Shortly before serving, finely shred enough lettuce tu measure 1 quart Mix lettuce with carrot, green pepper and turn i p . Mix together the remaining ingredients; pour over vegetable mixture and to».>> unlit evenly touted. Make.-, about tj >erun;js.