Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1953 · Page 25
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 16, 1953
Page 25
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'4... PAOI TWENTY.8IX 'ALTON BVSlfWG FINER QUALITY YOU'LL ENJOY!! LOWER PRICES YOU'LL LOVE!! PAUL F. DAVIS & SONS Wft'VJS DONE IT AGAIN M Ground Steadily While You Wait!! Lb >9Qf* • • • • Ji9l» (Choice Centers, Ih. »»c) First Cuts GROUND BEEF . . . OCR FUfER QUALITY!! (Choice Centers, Ih. 8»c) First Cut* CHUCK ROAST 29c OCR FINER QUALITY!! NONE MORK TENDER!! SIRLOIN or T-BONES ..... 59c OUR "SOOl^JR" SPECIAL—CHUCK OR A REAL DEAL!! SHORT STEAKS 39c ABSOLUTELY BONELESS FINE FOR ROAST OR STEW!! ECONOMY BEEF ROLLS .... 39c NONE CAN COMPARE!! Lh. I OTOt «TNBR QUALITY ROLLED RIB ROAST ..... 59c SWIFTS PREMIUM Thp World'* — Cnllo. Parks!! •• WIFT'S PREMIUM IT'S TOPS!! SLICJSD IDc LB. BRAUNSCHWEIGER ...... 39c OUR EXCLUSIVE LEADER!! YOU'LL LOVE IT!! SLICED 3»c LB. LARGE BOLOGNA ....... 29c FROM THE LAND O' CORN — BATH'S MULBERRY!! CELLO. PACKED SLICED BACON 39c FINEST QUALITY—LioiIT WEIGHT—LEAN HALF OR WHOLE!! SLAB BACON 44c HERE'S A TREAT! BY THE PIECE!! FRESH SIDE BACON 33c THE WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER!! SWEET SMOKE FLAVOR!! WHOLE!! SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS . . . 59c Illllllllllllllllll^l/on's Mosf Complefe Grocery Deparfmen! TALL SIZE 6-CAN LIMIT! TALL SIZE 8-CAN LIMIT! MILNOT . . . . lOc TOPIC .... 3 29c With Your Purchase of At leant 91.00 of Other Merchandise. TALL SIZE 6-CAN LIMIT! TALL SIZE 8-CAN LIMIT! PET 121/2C CARNATION... 12y 2 c With Your Purchase of At Leant $1.00 of Other Merchandise. AIL TOP BRANDS COFFEEII WHY PAY MORE?? CHASE AND SANBORN DINING CAR FOLGER'S FORBES' MANHATTAN MAXWELL HpUSE OLD JUDGE No Coupons Needed COFFEE85 THE ORIGINAL. 12-O2. BOTTLE, TOO! BROOKS' CATSUP 6 $1.00 IOWA CLUB—CREAM STYLE-+-YELLOW 303 SI2E TINS SWEET CORN ....... 8 $1.00 DAINTY MAID — IT'S TOPS!! FULL QUARTS!! SALAD DRESSING 45c HUNT'S—HEAVY SYRUP!* PRUNE PLUMS .... 10 $1.00 HlJNT'S--HKAVY SYRUP*! % PEACH HALVES 6 : $1.00 WELCH'S—IT'S PURE!! • RED RASPBERRY PRESERVES ,.:: 29c DOG FOOD .... 10 89c LUX B s? zTEH SOAP 12 ter $1.00 OUR LOSS LEADER!! COLORED QUARTERS OLEOMARGARINE 19c illlllllllllllllllllllllllllll^/fon's famous Produce Garden//il!lllllilllllll||||||||||||||! RUBY RED i RADISHES FINEST QUALITY!! _ FANCY CELLO CARROTS . . . . 5c STOCK-UP TIME!! | I.ACK LIMIT" VUm QUAI4TY — NORTI1KUN (iROWN — *m) OH RED or WHITE POTATOES . . 10 29c ONE PLACE WHERE YOU'LL BE TREATED FAIR ! ! PAUL F. DAVIS & SONS STOP and SHOP MARKET MOWN AND WMNINOTON OPEN FRIDAY NIQHTf TILL »:00 P. M. Slice Of Ham C a n B e Made Into fine Meal If you like ham but hesitate to make « whole one fwausc your family i« small, you can enjoy the same mouth-watering dellciousness by baking a ham slice sized to suit your family. To achieve the same glistening, browned appearance that's sn desirable, baste It with a spicy gla/o in exactly the same way as for larger cuts. Served with asparaglie with hollaftdaise sauce, tomato halves baked with green pepper rings and a crisp green salad, you'll have a menu with genuine springtime appeal. For the glaze, select, a recipe with a spicy tang such as the one Included in these directions for baking a ham steak: Glazed Baked Ham Steak Select a ham slice at least one- half inch thick, allowing M, to '?, pound per person. With a shnrp knife, cut the fat into deep,dlnmond- shnped cuts. Place in a shallow baking dish. Mix together !i cup dark brown sugar, H teaspoon Kimind cloves, and \i cup water; pour over ham. Bake In moderately hot 1 oven (360 degrees) 20 to 30 minutes, or until ham is tender and browned, basting frequently with liquid in a pan and additional water. Pineapple Nut Cake Is Easy to Stir Up 1 small loaf pound cake, ».i cup heavy cream, whipped; % cup drained crushed pineapple, 2 tablespoons chopped walnuts. Slice cake horizontally Into P, equal layers. Combine whipped cream find pineapple. Spread whipped cream mixture between layers and over top and sides of cake. Sprinkle chopped walnuts over top of cake. Refrigerate until ready to slice and serve. Yield: 10 servings. The U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs operates 93 boarding schools and 233 day schools in 14 states in Alaska. Joying Many Different, Enjoyable Meali What a world of difference in the diet of babies today* National Baby Week, April 25 to May 2, reminds us of this fact. The first proclamation of Child Health Day May 1st was made by President Hoover in 1939. Later, a group of experts drnw up a Children's Chartor containing recommendation for the protorton of the health and well holng of babies and children. Many of those recommendations have been realized. , Great changes in baby's diet have taken place in tho last few decades. Habies as young as 8 weeks old nowadays enjoy bananas AS one of their first nolld foods. The bananas are fully ripe, yellow peel well-flecked with brown, and they are served to baby mashed. The bananas are masehd with a rotary boater or a fork or an electric mixer until they arc a smooth, creamy liquid. By the time baby is 9 to 12 months old, he can have baked or broiled bananas. The youngest set really enjoys this treat. It can be served as a vegetable or a dessert, and It goes with almost any kind of food babies can have on their diet. Ha mum M Nourishing Bananas h a v e an abundant supply of vitamins and minerals. They are a source of quick food energy and they are substantial food with a flavqr well-liked by baby. Broiled Bananas make a delicious dish for the older members of the family as well as for baby, so we are including a recipe with servings for 4 with this article. Broiled Bananas for adults are particularly good served hot as a vegetable with ham, chicken, curries 'and vegetable dinners. Broiled Bananas 4 firm bananas, Melted butler or margarine, Salt Use all-yellow or slightly green- tipped bananas. Peel bananas. Place on broilet- rack or into pan containg rack. Brush bananas well with butter or margarine and sprinkle lightly with salt. Broil 3 to 4 inches from heat about 5 minutes on each side or until bananas are browned and lender . . . easily pierced with a fork. Serve hot as a vegetable. Four servings. New Diih Shows Attraction The fragile beauty of frost crystals, clinging softly to pine boughs, is simulated in Castleton China's new "Snowflake" pattern. This platlnun-edged, green-rimmed din- nenvare, one of four patterns chosen by a panel of design experts, clubwomen and retail shoppers from an original 447, gets the fash- Ion approval of Harper's Bazaar editors in their April issue. The famous designer, Oleg Casslni. says "Snowflake has drama, beauty, character . . . three essentials that guarantee enduring pleasure in any fashion." Sacred Plant According tb Norse legend, the mistletoe plant is sacred and must not touch the earth, hence our custom of hanging it high at. Christmas. Scientists estimate that about half the matter of the universe exists in stars and their satellites and that the other half is cosmic dust. fbwfl^^B^t nmra An airport am lulttblt tmfftflngs sy t>8 cofwtiwstwl ofi Deception Island, fin? mjlea gouth of Puma in wuihtfflftwit Chile, San* tisgo innuuiMiitii Deception if one of the South Stretland Islands, north of Atrtinffli. Sufficient land is available on the island for a runway 1,200 meters font, as well as an airport and barracks, It is stated, tortoUe Wotiy Patron Although he had had his estab. lishment rat-proofed, a country sore owner in Kenekelbosch, South Africa, thought he heard a mouse at work the other day, so he brought in a kitten, Me still kept hearing chewing sounds behind the counter', however, and finally had the counter moved. Then he found the intruder—a baby tortoisf engaged with a crust of bread, For every home use,.. Cone sugar at its best! cane sugar Instant Pudding For Richer flavor ' (2 *omi6r7e)efar& Easy Digestion/ AG Whole Kernel Golden CORN 8-0*. Size BEEF THANK YOU... OUR MANY FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS FOR YOUR BIGRESPONSETOTHEINTRO- DUCTION OF EAGLE STAMPS IN OUR STORE! We wish to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to the hundreds of customers and friends who attended our recent "Grand Opening Celebration." TODAY and EVERYDAY through Eagle Stamps you Save on EVERY purchase that you make, not only on special items . . . And how this EXTRA SAVINGS help in these times of high prices. Your continued loyalty and patronage will enable us to bring you the finest foods, meats and produce at all times ... at the lowest possible prices. You'll find the value-packed, money-saving food specials in this advertisement a step in that direction. Cheez Whiz For Vast 1'heene TreaU 8-uz. Jar 16-oz. Jar 59 Planter Peanuts 8-0*. Can sr AG FLOUR 5-Ib. Bag 39* Po«t KuKW <>l«pt H««*. ««tn . . I7«- .>lortuu Kail, plain or laUix0d,26«az.oin. Ho I'AT.SI l». 1 i-oz. bottle I He C'ani|ib«irM 1'urk A llwaux. . .Jt t'«n» UH« 4MA lloau* (ilU)I) 31 van* 517c UlaHMwaK>Vlniluw i^loanvr, pint wanSOo «UnonU 14quid Wax pt. Stto. qt. »Uw U«al Mill, qt. »oltle 1.10, pint tttto .Spit' A Span t'luauer, l-lbt bo* Short Ribs of 35* Beef Beef Short Steaks |^ . 8- 1 "' .- Baby I«JP» •» Food Cuue SII.AH • cans 9th atALBY • • , 114-

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