Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1968 · Page 31
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 31

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 27, 1968
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, JUNE 2?, ALTON Weekend Specials! HALF and HALF ICECREAM . BAG BREAD . • • nut 29* • Hatf d4flM 69 C 0 «»«. I0e • V Leove» Special f or Fri. & Sat. Only-June 28 &29 NOW S38» StMe fit | AttoM ffvn Oordci Motor Co. North Aim Dial 4VM7I7 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 788 B. All-line Or. 108 EdwsrdsvUle Rd., Wood River OPEN 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. Rosewood Height* DM 2B9-J4W 1409 Milton Rd. Alton, 111. DM 495-11 «• Shop Telegraph ads before you shop and buy! Milk Values Same As Beverage, SoliifJ • ' "•' ' -, • ' .-"'••• ' • ' • : *"^ ' • : •': ' ' ,: J f' feJI IDA BAILEY ALLEN tor I . into 8 slices in mediutn-stee mixing bowl, es, cm to tots; % c. coarse diem Sei aalde^ to Wptfttl BAILEY ALLEN WHfiN the family won't drink milk let them "eat it." Fdf BO tnattef how milk is taken, It maintains its mitri* live vatae* — whether as a bev. wage,, cooked in food, ft cheese, cottage cheese of ice eteam. Limited Capacity Don't expect small children to drink their milk and drink fruit juice and eat soup at the same meal, their stomachs are not large enough to hold so much at one time. Space the beverages between meals and you will have no more battles about drinking "all that glass of milk." TOMORROW'S OVEN DINNER Sliced Cucumbers, Parslied Cauliflowerettes, Crisp Bad- ishes Marinated with F r e n c h Dressing — Heated Crisp Rolls — Cheese-Potato-Salmon • Bake Bread - and - Butter Custard with Half 'n' Half - Coffee Tea — Milk. Measurements level; recipes SURE TO MAVC ANKROLL PUNCHED BANKROLL JACKPOT THIS WEEK '400°° No PorohaM NeoeMary SWIFTS FULLY COOKED WHOLE BONELESS HAMS 901 ALBY ST., ALTON OPEN TIL 9 PJW. FRIDAYS RIGHT RESERVED TO LIMIT swrers PLUMPER ft JUICER 85 Lb. PUg. 59c WIENERS ..... FRESH GROUND BEEF ... ARMOUR'S THICK SLICED BACON . . 2 $1.19 TENDER FILET MIGNON . — $1.49 READT TO EAT PICNIC HAMS . . BANQUET FROZEN DINNERS . . Lb 43c 2*79' =^^n NORTHERN Nortnem , T|S$UE VALUABLE COUPON THIS COUPON WORTH 7c Toward The Purchase Of MODESS • Pkg. 35c COUPON EXPTOES SAT. NTTE JULY 6, 1968 NEW THROW AY BOTTLES .PUCJW -J.-<UMJVVAZ IK/J.XUl!l9 COCA-COLA . . . .8'^' TENDER LEAF 'JLliiiMJUJK LiUiaj* INSTANT TEA ... &'" 99« OLD JUDGE COFFEE BOB HUSSllWKW _ ^GOLF BALLS . . . 3,~'1.29 3^,^.99 ALUMINUM — LIMITED SUPPLY! _ CHAISE LOUNGES . "V $ 6.98 STARKIST TUNA BOB ROSSBURG e . M TRY BODY BUILD POINTER DOG FOOD iStmr-Kfsl. CHUNK' LiGHiju_ N . A COFFEEMATE CREAMER Reg. $1.19 QQ* FamUy Six* Jar 996 DEODORANT ujuuuuttAirj: DIAL SPRAY . . . £"'99c BRECK 800 Oan§ Dtuuun. HAIR SPRAY ... £**79« ^^|^^^tf|k^^^B^^^^|^^^|M^^^|J^^^^|^^^^|^^^^|^^^||^ M CANTALOUPES! JUMBO VINE-RIPI PBISKHGS BUFFET CAT FOODS IOC BETSY ROSS BREAD 5 140.. MBS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING 3 c*n 59c ARKANSAS PEACHES FRESH QREEN BEANS * . RED SANTA ROSA PLUMS LARGE FLORIDA LIMES - i^s* ? • 3 Ibs, 59c • 2 Ibs, 496 f 2 Ibs, 49c * D«i. 390 AO POTATOES POTATO CHIPS PEVBLY-BEG; We ICE CREAM • FOOD KING OLEO CmllfomU Whit* SeedleM CRAPES... 39c QRADE A MKDIUM DQZ. i 35 CMEBSfi-POfAtO SALMON-BAKE (1 lb.) can salmon, drained and flaked eggs, beaten tsp. salt tbsp. dehydrated instant minced onion c. fine-chopped parsley medium tomatoes, cut Into 8 slices 1^4 c. shredded (8-02. bar) Wisconsin old-fashioned Cheddar 2 c. water !4 c. (^ stick) margarine or butter l tsp. salt 1 c. homogenized milk ^ (814 02.) pkg. instant whipped potato flakes In mediufn-stee mlxiftg fww combine salmon, eggs, salt, onion aftd.tfftsley. Spread mix- ufe over bottom 6f The ihap« of Hunter Wienertt extra-plump and meaty. So delicious you'll have a hard lime keepina the kids away . from HIBRI b*fw**n meali. HUNTER WIENERS baking dish. Place tomato slices atop salmon mixture; cover with 2 c. of shredded cheese. In 1%-qt. saucepan, bring water, margarine or butter and salt to boll, Remove from heat; immediately add cold milk. Add potato flakes; stir gently until lakes are soft and moist. Beat briskly with fork or wire whisk. Spread evenly over top of casserole; sprinkle with remaining cheese. Bake 10 min. In moder ate (350 degrees F.) oven or un til cheese and potatoes are light ly browned. If desired, garnish with extra tomato slices. THE CHEF'S CRANBERRY CHUTNEY Ingredients: 2 c. frozen cran berries, halved; 3 slices canned te, diced; 6 dried peach- es, ctrt in bits; % C. chopped candied ginger; raisins; % c. sliced blanched almonds; l c. unsulphttted mo- asses; 1 c. wine vinegar; i tsp. curry powder; 1 tsp. dry mustard; % tsp. ground clove; 1 tap. ground cinnamon; 1 tsp. salt. To Make. Mix first 6 ingte* Peekaboo., Shape Up! LOS ANGELES (AP) - Want to raise a well-adjusted child? Try playing peekaboo with it. Healthy development may de pend largely on the games par ents play with their children says Dr. Justin Call, professor of child psychiatry at the Uni versity of California at Los An geles Medical Center. A mutual give and take is the key to parent-child relationship in which games develop, Dr Call says. ____ „ 10 Htifl. ^ frettt tKflt. 9ttf, flitft ttftt ttire, Sttitt tt and M stsnd Refrigmted, tW§ totely. Makes •PECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY FEATURESI Mixed Nut Stollen ......... . . .Me Spectd foriw* Order yours with pineapple topping — .94 or cherry — .98. An extra tasty stollen with a delightful nut top* ping! Lemon Bavarian Torte. ...... $1 .45— Special feature Try this delicious, refreshing dessert! With Lemon Bavarian Cream filling . . . and a delightful topping! Make every meal an occasion with Selbold's variety breads! Cobblestone . . . Butterknut ... Butter Scones ... Rye Bread . . . Hard rolls . . . Sesame wed twist and many others! MRS. BAKE SHOP Wllshlre Shopping Center — Houri 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Open 'til I Friday Washington Square Shop Center 148 E. Ferguson (On the Main St. Slide) Wood River' Hours: 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Hours: 7 a.m.4 P.m. Open 'til I p.m. Frl. Open '01 • p.m. Fri. •Round hucMim •Mbowfetf toy rally 'round wWi any eflheM aQVtt t n nwiw* Inspected on the menui HUNTER BOLOGNA COOKED SALAMI BEER SALAMI NEW ENGLAND SPECIALTY IHUUNGEt The only thing (quart about Iheie Hunter Luncheon Meats Is their inapt. Have you tried them allt HUNTER PICKLE LOAP LIVER CHEESE SPICED LUNCH MEAT OLIVE LOAF SPECIALTY LOAF Any shape of Hunter Meats puts you in groat shape for meals* Meals, snackf/ or any tlmt/ f«r that matter. Try them all - Hunter's hlf / inky wlenert ar any of the convenient Ivncheon meats. And keep yeur family/ and year bvdvet, hi great shape at the same time* Never a guess about goodness

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