Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 5, 1950 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 5, 1950
Page 16
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PA01I1XT1IM K G Incorporates Atlcrsewilc elal.)—Artlelt* of for th« Columbus Home Anocla tlon of Jerseyvllle have btwi la« *ued by lh« Secretary of State and entered in the office of Circuit Clerk George E. Brown ^corporators are George Mall, Thomst Powderly, Henry Schroed- ef, Anthony Belermann, Aloys 3. Schleper, Henry Ooettan and Joseph Kuebrlch. Purpose of the new corporation !• to foster and perpetuate the Ideals of the Knights of Columbus of America through the establish ment of a home and such other buildings as may be necessary which shall be used for th» recreation, entertainment, and Instruction of members of the Knights of Columbus, Jerseyvllle Council 1692, and In general of the citizens of Jersey* County. Transferred to HllUhoro JERSEYVILLE — Miss Ruth Watts, member of the staff of the Jersey County department of welfare, has been given a temporary transfer to the welfare office of Montgomery County In Hlllsboro. She Is serving as case worker supervisor in the Montgomery County office and began her duties Tuesday. Parnell'ii Entertain JKRSEYVILLE—Mr. and MVs. Oliver Parsell entertained with an oyster supper Now Year's evening at their home in JerseyviHP. The guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Parse!! and children, Gene and Richard, Jerseyville, and Miss Doris Parsell, sons Bob and Randy; Mr. and Mrs. R. Christy Beatty, son, Robert, Jeraiyvllle, and Donald, a student at Blackburn College, Miss Virginia Alamsha, Chicago, and Miss Mary Lou Hedgcock, Urbana. Miss Alamsha has been a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Christy Beatty home during the holidays. She and Miss Hedgcock and Donald Beatty returned Monday to Carllnville to resume their studies at Blackburn College. Returns to Ba*« JERSEYVILLE, — Ensign Edward Otth, an officer on the destroyer "The New," who has been a holiday guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Otth, has returned to Norfolk, Va., where he Is based. His sister, Miss Marilyn Otth returned Monday evening to St. Louis after spending the New Year's and Christmas holiday week ends here with her parents, and Lt. Robert L. White, who is stationed at Topeka, Kan., also returned to duty Monday after beiriK her guests here at her parent's home. Miss Marilyn Pat Jens, University Oty, also spent the past holidays at the Otth home, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Pat- Jens, University City, were New Year's guests also at tht Otth home. They returned to their home Monday evening. Miss Ann Otth, Chicago, also visited during tht holiday season at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Otth. Feted at ColliniviU. , JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. ft. fShrittjr B*»tty, and aona, Donald and Robert, and Mlrf Virginia Alam»ha, Chicago, who ha* be«i their guests, were enter- Ulna* at dinner Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mr*, ft. <J. f laugher of Colllntvllle, f6«n«rly of Jemyvllle, Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth Boram, Maryville, Tenn., formerly of JeraeyVllle, MrtL M. M. Rogetg, also a termer resident here, and Mrs. Boram'M parents, Cotttntvitie, giMtts at the dinner. also wtre tftdtM ttutiwf The Wriy American Indian was an excellent farmer tor the Urn** in which he lived, and tfte equipment he had. He practiced crop rotation, fertilized his soil, and even tested His seed corn before the time of plariting. TtttOAMl WANT At*'»CUcX' DIETSCHY'S MARKET 5TM * MDOE PHONES WE DELIVER—Upper Alt«Hi, Milton R«a4, Nwtk Altm, MeiHtar, WatfNeaday and rrM*y-»MMIIetown Every Day. HAMBURGER ar FfJMl Ground. Ilk, LOOM Heme Made. Lb.... PORK SAUSACE CHUCK POT ROASTir 1 " ""•. tie PORK BRAINS. Lb I9o PORK HEARTS. Lb PORK LIVER. Lb. PORK KIDNEYS. Lb PORK CUTLETS. Lb PORK STEAK, Lb VEAL LOIN CUTLETS. Lb. VEAL RIB CHOPS. Lb. Hunter's JtoSlb. .Thrifty. .. .DCS. Lb. BACON BOILING BEEF taan Briiket. Lh SMOKED JOWLS S to S Ib. piece. Lb.... LEAN PORK BUTTS^'u 37« HUNTER'S BOCK- WURST. Lb HEAD CHEESE. Lb. CHOPPED HAM. Lb. 65c 39c 69e FRESH SIDE BACOJ Piece. Lb. POLISH SAUSAGE. Lb. NECK BONES. Lb "25c 49c I2c OYSTERS CHICKENS Kxlr» Se- •iPctH. rt.. Extra Stand- •rds. Pt Country Dressed Hens. Lb POTATOES. U. S. No. 1 Red* COFFEE Manhattan Drip or • R«ff. Ib. CARROTS * A No. 2 PEAS •• c»n» « 1 ^ •• • V GREEN ASPARAGUS. No, 1 can CAN BISCUITS MUSTARD SARDINES. Lance Can I9c CORN MEAL MUSH. 2«-o«. can I9c KRAFT MALTED MILK. Lb. jar 43c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE DEL MONTE PEACHES: Lire. 46 01. can 39e ' ~ 2Tc FRUIT COCKTAIL Del Monte. No. 1 tall . 22e TUNA FISH FLAKES • ox. flat can FRESH RHUBARB. Lb 29e TEXAS CARROTS... bchs. I5c LEAF LETTUCE. Lb. I5c PINK GRAPEFRUIT MED. SUNKIST ORANGES. Dos. 29c LARGE TANGERINES. Doc.. 29e Who's Low Man On The Totem- Pole ? ? . . . Why - the Wooden- Head Who Hasn't Tried LUER'S BACON *** , WAKE UP! Yes s", wake up to a head- start with fragrance floating in the air — and an appetite that sings, "OH, WHAT A BE-FEK-l -T1F11 ^MORNING". Luer's Have 3 Brands of BACON ... all cured in the earnc old -fashioned way ... no hurry or rtiih or half-cured system for Luer's. Each kind must meet the rigid requirements for delicious old time flavor and hickory smoke plug the modern scientific method of slicing and packaging. Choose: ^ "Swwt Home Brand** for the family wfco IOVM lean swaet meat with every •Nee a " Brand for Grade-A pork — sliced thin with about 20 slices to the pound. * "King'« X" high quality in flavor but for the ta»te that demands a heavier and widw baoou. Nowhtrt Hove You Tosttd Anything As Good Ai .... ALTON IVINtttO TtLlOHAMI THUMDAY, JAMUAEY J, it* I OV! TO YOURSE PRICES FOR JANUARY «-7 IN TOMATO SAUCE FINE IN SALADS c SUN SPUN BRAND PORK & BEANS 3 SUN SPUN BRAND KIDNEY BEANS 2 OUR VALUE BRAND PERFECT IN CHILI RED BEANS 2 »- ° ROSE BUD BRAND MA BEANS 2 - 25' RIO AND WHITE BRAND C.C.C. BRAND Tomato Juice 2 < v :,;23c OUR VALUE BRAND Green Beans 2^29c RED * WHITE BRAND FRENCH STYLE Green Beans . ?.° n '20c RED * WHITE BRAND WHOLE KERNEL Golden Corn 2 XI 25c RED & WHITE BRAND SLICED Pie Apples . . c.V 19c OCCIDENT BRAND Pie Bake . MINUTE BRAND Rice . . 2'%?29c RED AND WHITE BRAND PLAIN OR IODIZED Salt . ••idsT 4^1^ %f TT • I • * ™ ^ •»•-* • ' ^ ^^ — . -^ DICED CARROTS. .2 ^ 19' BELLE OF BELGIUM BRAND _ CARROTS and PEAS 2 - 29' OUR VALUE BRAND EARLY JUNE PEAS . , . . . 2 -' 19 SUN-SPUN BRAND—IXTRA STANDARD TOMATOES.... 2 - 35 RED AND WHITE BRAND SPffiCH . , . - 2 15' inuEii-bnubm- SPARERIBS SERVE WITH RED AND WHITE SAUERKRAUT MAVROSE MAYRO8E Small CHILI BF/ 49 RWOOD SLICED BACON ALL MEAT— NO BFAN8 Roll or Lb . Jl Ac •rick INDEPENDENT NORWOOD SWEET AND MELLOW Uyer INDEPENDENT— BOSTON STYLE PORK Win ROfl 4 Ibt. to t-lbt. Avf ..... MAVR08E PICKLE AND YOU PAY ONLY FANCY WINESAP APPLES CHOICfMfAJS " 35' PORK SAUSAGE PURE—BOX PACKED 43* tk. MAVROSE Sugar and Clove Loaf SV TO SI TO EAT 52 QUICK AND EASY TO SERVE- READY TO EAT 8lle«d r Lb. NABieOO Fig Newtons . SUNSHINE Krispy Crockers n«25c SUNSHINE CHOCOLATE Pecon Cokes . FANCY SUCINO * TEXAS Bunt'h TOMATOES TEXAS CARROTS . ICEBERG . LETTUCE . WASHED RED POTATOES . . . . . . . 10"-45c CALIFORNIA • . ORANGES ........ ~43c DRIIO INDEPENDENT CHUCK ROAST "47- ECONOMICAL, TBNDW AND JUICY FINI COOKERS c LIMA BEANS-17 MICHIGAN SO GOOD IAKED WITH PINK GRAPEFRUIT ....... 5"29c BEANS... 3 - 29- GRIAT NORTHIRN FINI FOR SOUP BEANS... 2 * 23' RIO fr WHITIIRANO ALL PUIPOSI Cwrantt^! FLODR.. v J1.85 RED & WHITE FOOD STORES*

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