Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 19, 1950 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 19, 1950
Page 18
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PAGE EIGHTEEN Shlpman 8WPMAN.->tr. an* Mr*, ludph Jacob! tad family vialta* at cite** terftett Suh«y wMiMi 1 . lltd Mr*. fterfert faltey. Mr. and Mtt. M. Tfi. thigan of Alton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mllo tfeigftn and MM. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grlebel of Bunker Mill VJ«t*d Mf. and Mra, Otto Meyers Sunday, Mrs. Katneryn roller and son and Mrs. Clara Hendrlckt of Wood River were week-end guests of Mra. Hendrlcks' daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Archer and tamlly. Mr. and Mra. Charles Crocker were nipper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wolff and family of Olllesple visited Sunday with Mrs. Wolffs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Modlin. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ruel and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Guthrle and daughter of Madison were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. O. D Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Brueggeman of CarHnvllle visited Bnieg- geman's brother, W. H. Brueggeman and Mrs. Brueggeman, Sunday. Harold Wiegand of Godfrey spent Monday with his uncle, W. H. Bnieggeman. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Fleming of Bunker Hill were guests Sunday of Mra. Fleming's sister, Mrs. J. C Archer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Salsman and daughter were dinner guests Sun day of the Salzman's daughter, Mrs. Lester Alward nnd family. Miss Carrie Waggoner of Alton was a guest Sunday of her sister, Mrs. H. R. French. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ruedln and family of Alton, and Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Wlnslade and son of Car- Ilnvllle were guests Sunday of their father, W. J. Wlnslade. Mr. and Mm Paul Drew of Car- llnville, Mr. and Mra. Henry Mills and sons, Mra. Richard Metcalfe, and Mrs. Harry Brown visited Miss Rose and Miss Lottie Drew, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Huckel- brldge were guests Sunday at the Edgar Morrison home at Gllles- ple. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bohlmeyer were dinner guests Sundny of Mr. and Mrs, L. F. Bosomworlh. Mr. and Mrs. Carey Rhoads of McCluskey were here Sunday and Mrs. Rhoads' mother, Mrs. J. L. Kirby, went with them to Lltch- fleld. They were dinner guests of Mrs. Klrby's son, Byron, Qnd family and afternoon guests of another son, Harold JCIrby and family. Mr. and Mra. Carl Looper and daughter of Jerseyville were weekend guests of Looper's mother, Mrs. 'William Dankenbrlng and family. Ouetts Sunday at the Dankenbrlng home were Mr. and Mrs.' James and daughter, and Mrs. L W. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Bohlmeyer visited Sunday with Mrs. Bohl- raeyer's sister, Mrs. George Baker and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Edsall and family of Olllesple were guests Sunday ef tMealt'i parents, Mr. and MM. T. H. Edsall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Modlin were at th« Gent funeral home In Alton Saturday to pay re- specti to Modlin'* cousin, William White of Alton. Scottish exiles III Dtfimark have formed a St Andrew* Society, in Copenhagen. inm Cuban growers hope to Introduce their mild coffee to the United State* market. DIETSCHY'S STH* MDOK PHONES S-Mt4—I-NM WE DELIVRM—tpper Allan. Milton lUad, Nertt Alton, MMday, Wednesday and Friday—MMMletow* Every Dar- PORK CUTLETS. BONELESS STEW BEEF. Lb< DMED BEET., StRLOIX STEAKS. LEAN PORK STEAKS. BIB END PORK CHOPS. L». BONELES8 BOLLEO RIB BOAST. Lb. BONELESS ROLLED VEAL BOAST. Lb. ... FIESH PORK BUTTS L«an. a t* 4 •** Ib. pc*. M»... eJIB SHORT RIBS BEEF Tender, lean. Lb. Litr's SIMM Boitoi Bids . » 4lo flUBSH PIO FEET, Lb. 10* NECK BONES. Lb. 10* KIDNEY! POBK BRAINS. Lb. II* POBK LIVER. Lb, POBK SAUSAGE. LOOSE Lb. FRESH SIDE BACON. Lb. BRISKET BOIUNO BEEF. Lb. LUER'S SLICED BACON HAMBURGER 1 Ib. • layers. All beef. Fresh ground. Lb. ... 36c 42c BOLOGNA Large. Siloed. Lb a to S Ib. ptoeea, Ib. Slo 35c HORMEL CAN CHILL • fl ~ l«oa. can ............ VIV II ea. CM SPAM 41* 14 ea. Jar PIO FEET 3le SALERNO FIG BABS. Lb. KRAFT DINNEB 2 boxes 20C 1* ea. Baa NOODLES 23e ROYAL 4 GELATINE.. V boxes 22c CHOCOLATE PUFF COOKIES. Lb. 39* MANHATTAN COFFEE 72* MIRACLE WHIP Pint 34c BRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS No. 2 can. (Fancy ••• BAKING PAN Fro* wttb purchase 3 Occident Cake Mix.... RED POTATOES.. 10 „„. 39c Yellow .Sweet 4 POTATOES.... W Ibs. LARGE PASCAL CELERY .... Large Calif. CARROTS.. bch». I9e LARGE GREEN PEPPERS. Lb. • • I5c FRESH LARGE COUNTRY EGGS. Dos. OYSTERS Large Se- f f2 A lects. Pt. 199 Standards. Pint LARD MayroM. 1 Ib. cartons. Lb. 13* VEGACO-OLEO Lb. FRESH COUNTRY-DRESSED FRYERS OR HENS Cooking Is Fun! Everytime it's a Suc cess with LUER'S QUALITYMEATS! For instance; — Ask your grocer for: LUER'S SMOKED BOSTON BUTTS There's nothing like them anywhere! Ever Try One? It's twy to prepare . . . Juit boil it • few minute* and then pop it in • medium oven and bake 45 minute* to the pound. Vummmmmmm — such mouth-watering flavor!!! What's more — it's ready to solve your meal problems. Slice it and fry the slices for a real "country gentleman" breakfast — or use the slices for sandwiches. Better still, bring it to the table as a smoked ham roast to be served with Boston baked beans. You've never eaten anything more delicious . . . Because it has the same long, old-fashioned secret cure and the *ame long expert hickory smoke as Luer's most popular hams— but still better — thi* smoked Boston Butt is family-sized and it't priced right for a family budget, — *** — Nouft The Time When Everyone It Scrambling for . SMOKED BOSTON BUTTS ALTON EVENING TELEORAMI TMUMDAY, JANUARY i*, IIM afilll •^RT^P^P^P Now Is the time to stock up oft your csnned goods supply. TMs woelt, «* your Rod * Whit* store, you will find spttM price* on all of out Jwrf d> White anned foods In 3,9, »nd down lots. Stock up now oft your csaited food* supply st prices thst will *sve you money. PRICES FOR JANUARY 20-21 PRIftH NEW GREEN* CABBAGE ...... »5c FRESH, CRISP CARROTS ... . 2 ICEBERG LETTUCE .... 2«»*>25c NANCY GOLD SWEETPOTATOES . . RED POTATOES .... 10^45c JONATHAN OR DELICIOUS APPLES ... . . . 3"»25c JUMBO TEXAS JUICE ORANGES DOE. 39c NICE SIZE NABISCO HONEY GRAHAMS . .*S£J9c SUNSHINE HYDROX COOKIES . SUNSHINE CLINTON HAND PORK and BEANS . . RED AND WHITE IRAND DICED CARROTS . . OUR VALUE IRAND—WMta ar Golden Crtam Style CORN ....... TAKOMA IRAND MIXED VEGETABLES ROYAL RIO IRAND TOMATOES .... V OUR VALUE IRAND TOMATOES ... . IRIMFULL IRAND— Medium Green LI MA BEANS ... ILUE AND WHITE IRAND- Whole Kernel Golden CORN ...... Me.1' cans tta.1 Cans Me. I Cans No. 2 runt No.l Can* No.l Can No.* Cam No.l Cans HONOR IRAND CHILI SAUCE . . .&•& RED AND WHITE IRAND CATSUP . ., % . • »•««« IF* 29c IFtf 28c IFor \,.35c 3 For 39c 3 For 39c 3 For 45c 3 For 74c 3 For 43c 3 For 52c 3 For 61c • Far 56c <For 53c • Far 68c 6 For 75c 6 For 75c CFor 88c 6 For $1.42 6 For 84c 6 For $1.00 6 For $1.19 12 F« $1.08 12 Far $1.02 12 Far $1.32 -'4 12 For \ $1.48 12 For $148 12 For $1.72 12 For $2.80 12 For $1.64 12 For $1.98 12 For $2.34 RED AND WHITE IRAND FRUIT COCKTAIL .&'. RED AND WHITE IRAND FRUIT COCKTAIL . v* RED AND WHITE IRAND APRICOTS .... •** SUN-SHJN IRAND CHERRIES .... si RED AND WHITE IRAND— Royal Anne CHERRIES .... as RED AND WHITE IRAND PINEAPPLE CHUNKS s: RED AND WHITE IRAND APPLESAUCE . . . K RED AND WHITE IRAND— Halve* or iliced PEACHES . . . t • N<?t ^ 3 For 67c 3 For $1.11 3 For 92c 3 For 81c 3 For 97c 3 For 93c 3 For 50c 3 for 80c 6 For $1.30 6 For $2.18 6 For $1.80 6 For $1.56 6 For $1.88 $180 6 For 97c * for $1.56 12 For $2,56 12 For $4.32 12 For $3.56 12 For $3.08 12 For $3.72 12 For $3.56 12 For $1.92 12 for $3.08 CAKI LAROI SIZI CAKE PAN 0«f yourt whlU supply PILLSBURY—TheFlouruiedinmakingPeachMeringueCake •EACH CUFF IRAND-Mii Oil • e SILVER RAPIDS IRAND PINK SALMON THRIFT IRAND 3 for 29e 6 for 56c 12 for $1.08 3 for $1.40 No.iTsii 6 for $2.69 Cw " 12 for $5.35 3 for 49c 6 for JOHNSON'S CLO-COAT .... -59c VSMBtfaS- I Ustpooa vsBillB .strict • t. e c.BB*d cllatf B.SCB aslvM All ingrtdlentt muit k« »t room t*np«ri' tur*. LIB* •itsl-tnch MB with wuW •*•*' that tittnd* I inch btyond rim. MMtur. M.rlB(u.: P»«t tfl wbitM with s*U wtil foamy. Add cr««B> of tarlsr sad toBtiau. •Mtlsf ustil stif sa4 4ry;.B**t *» wf W J tit>l**poM« si • Ite. yaUIWstur* Aa|s is vsry t. r*Uta asvwiaf. MtATS IEEF . . . "49c RED AND WHITE TABM 53e FULLY DRESSED—READY FOR THE PAN NORWOOD—LEAN—NOT SWEET-WUIT RIOMT Lb. • • • toirtx LOW m nuouoreu * row ruivoit HARVESTER HAVsKMB-THE UNBIT OF FLAVOB ffsUUTC I*. CUT FROM qUAUTV, VOUNO, RRANDCD REEF FLAVOR • • t • He POWSAWIQE.^ 45« rtUVORV-MEATT FOR RREAR7AOT, UWflB, MNMR) RED & WHITE FOOD STORES*

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