Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1953 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 16, 1953
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THURSDAY, APRIL IS, 1953 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Thittle Makes Fashion Plate Three pink, exquisite thistles Woom proudly and alone Inside the gleaming platinum edge of this beautiful new Caatleton China dinnerware. The "Thistle" design, with three others, was chosen from among 447 patterns "pre-tested" by panels of art experts, clubwo- men, and retail shoppers for fine design, compostion, and versatility to complement) all periods of home decoration. Acclaimed by Harper's Bazaar as a true "fashion plate", the "Thistle" palters was described by famous designer Mollie Parnis as "capturing in polished rhina the movement and rhythm that is pure classic beauty." Neighbors Can Be Welcomed With a Meal April and May nrp favorite months for moving. Chances are someone new is coming into your neighborhood this spring and a showing of friendliness at this trying time would be most appreciated. * Years ago, our parents — and even more so, our grandparents— practiced the "Do Unto Others" rule religiously. When a new family made its appearance in the Tieighborhoow, they could expect hot meals on moving day from an unofficial welcoming committee. It made for a pleasant introduction and often served as a lifesaver when, for example, the gas or electricity had not been turned on. This heart-warming habit probably is still exercised in some small communities. In cities, however, the trend seems to be "I've enough to do with my own affairs." It's surprising what satisfaction you can gain from performing a small favor of this kind for someone. It's so eadSy to fix a basket lunch with a thermos of hot soup, some tasty sandwiches and a few can of cold beer. So, next time someone new moves into the neighborhood,, why ' not make the first move towards friendliness and 1 restore an old, heart-warming custom^ Stuffed Carrots Can Provide Gay Treatment By GAYNOTl MATH1OX NBA Food and Markets Editor Spring carrots deserve gay treatment. So let's treat them gaily, the way the New Hampshire Kxtension Service has just suggested to us. Stuffed Carrots Four carrots, 1/ a cup ground boiled ham, salt, % teaspoon celery salt, 1 cup cooked rice, 1 tablespoon butier, pepper, buttered bread crumbs. j Scrub the carrots and cook them ! until tender. Remove the skin, cut \ off the root end, and split the carrot in half lengthwise. Combine the other ingredients and mix thoroughly. Pile this stuffing on the carrot halves, sprinkle with the buttered crumbs, and brown in a moderate oven. Serve with cream sauce or cheese sauce. Rhubarb and strawberries are part of spring gaiety, too. Rhubarb and Strawberry Tapioca (Makes 8 servings) Four tablespeens quick-cooking tapioca, *,i cup sugar, Vi teaspoon salt, 2Vi cups rhubarb juice and water, l'/i cups drained cooked sweetened rhubarb, 1!4 cups diced fresh strawberries. Combine tapioca, sugar, salt and rhubarb juice and water in saucepan. Cook and stir over medium heat until mixture comes to a boil. Remove from heat. Add rhubarb and strawberries. Cool, stirring once after 15 to 20 innings. Chill Serve garnished with whole strawberries, if desired. Note—To prepare rhubarb and juice, use about Iti pounds red- stalked rhubarb. Cut rhubarb in 1-inch pieces, add ] / 2 cup sugar, and V*. cup water. Cook about 3 minutes, or until tender. Cool. Drain. Add enough water to juice to make 2 1 /i cups. ( Although there are four main human blood groups, it is estimated that blood-group factors are capable of 132,470,400 different combinations. PHONE 3-3549 ' We don'tAettall the. ?ood-ftul ux>AeU thefted CORNER HIGHLAND AVE AND COLD ST NOTICE! TO OUR CUSTOMERS Due to Our High Operating Costs We Are Forced To Discontinue DELIVERY SERVICE. Effective Saturday, April 18th Thank you for Your Continued Patronage. CAMPBELL'S VEGETABLE SOUP RED CUP COFFEE MAMA OIL . . CLOVER FARM IfllLli • • • • • • M 2 25c . 79c 2 Tall CHOICE QUALITY MEATS Kr*r B*»dr to Serve PICNIC HAMS, 4- to 6 Ib. Avg. . Ib. 45c PURE GROUND BEEF . . . . Ib. 45c Pr»ot|o»lly RoneUm PORK ROAST ....... Ib. 47c SLICED BACON ...... Ib. 49c SKINLESS WIENERS .... Ib. 47c Krty'i C»llo PORK SAUSAGE ...... lb.39c NECK BONES ...... 2 Ibi . 25c Kr.y'i Jumbo BOLOGNA, Sliced ...... Ib. 39c dlcndtU No. 303 ISo I9c Clover V»rin Oliomarjarini , Ib, 25c Spinach . 4b(0r*0* W»llp»per C10v*r Farm Ctttm Styl* Cleaner , , , 2 for 35o Qelden Corn . . Hri. U»»—N» *'» slle u H IL IK Pork & Beans, 2 cans 35c Navy Beans , , Ib, I5e Ctvv.r farm Kleco Sweep Apple Sauet, No, 303 I9o Brooms , . . . $1,19 FRESH QUALITY POULTRY HENS A3' FRYERS ALIVK ..... 1-h. "f 1 ^ ALIVK Lb Dressed and Cut Up FREE! UTTUCI liOCCOU CBCiN ONIONS SUNKIST ORANGES 200 Size APPLES Wmesap Head Itk Bunch 3ik Ooj . -lac U. S. QovX Graded Choice and Oood Beef Chuck Roast Ib, 35 the Right to Limit Quantities center Serve a Meat Loaf Tonight 1 1862 E. BROADWAY Ground Beef Fresh Dressed, Full? Drawn IVs to 2*/2 Lb. Average Frying Chickens Ib. Ib. 49 at a down to earth price/ FRESH BEEF TONGUES il^^MI^B • SAVE EVERY DAY AT FOOD STANDARD CENTER Qualit PAYROLL CHECKS CASHED FREE 17. S. No. J "B"-Size --Fine For Creaming NEW POTATOES fV O-'ft XA U.S. No. I New Texas Yellow Ibs. 'Fancy, Firm, Green CUCUMBERS Swift's Premium, By the Piece BRAUNSCHWEIGER 39 Swiff's Premium Pickle and PIMENTO LOAF. * Independent Mayrose BEER SALAMI . Independent Mayrose, By the Piece THURINGER ---- 55 l.h. 49 55 Taste O'Sfift Taste, O'Sea FILLET OF COD , Ib, 35 FILLET OF PERCH, Ib, 39 Salad Time SALAD DRESSING ?: 35 American Beauty— New PacJtagel SPAGHETTI .. .2 15 Food Center Brand— All Vegetable SHORTENING . •£ 79 Luncheon Meat 12 o/. dm MORRELL'S SNACK 39 Carr's 4-in-l Pack CRACKERS. . . " 22 Food Center— Golden Crust SLICED BREAD '- 13 Como Brand TOILET TISSUE 5 25 Food Center Brand—YeHow—Quarters MARGARINE . . 2 41 Food Center Brand—Vitamin D Increased EVAP. MILK. . . 3 .38 Green Tipped and White—Spears ot ASPARAGUS . Food Center "Ground-Whi/e-You-Wait" COFFEE Homogenized PEVELY MILK No. 2 Can 1 Lit. Bnu Vt Out. Ctn. 29 81 37 Soap Chips Duncan Hines FELS NAPTHA MUFFIN MIX Pard The Disposable Toilet Mop 2 large pkgs. reg. pkg. Krey GRAVY WITH PORK 16 ex. con 51 39 Jfrey KRI-PI DOG FOOD JONNY MOP No. 300 can reg. can 52 16 HI-HO CRACKERS 35 1 <*A Refills £«/ ea. 10 for 29 All Grinds FORBES COFFEE large box 1 Ib. can 91 No Rinse Suds New Detergent SUPER SUDS Mai-VEL-ousI VEL Makes Good Foods Taste Better Gives fiound-fhe-C/ock Protection ARMOUR'S CANNED MEATS CHILI CORNED BEEF HASH TAMALES .... CORNED BEEF . . TREET IK Oe. Can 35 16 Oz. Att Can VW 10 H Of. A I Can £ I 19 Oz. Can 13 Oz. Can 52 47 2 large The Foaming Cleanser AJAX ,.,. cans pkgs. gxttti Mild Oashmire Bouquet 3 reg. M bars 4m i WESSON OIL DIAL SOAP 2 bars 27 No Need to Bleach FAB bottle qt bottle Creamy— Miid lather DIAL SOAP 2 bath bars Jfrey ORAVY WITH BEEF 16 09. can 55 Dishes Sparklel CRYSTAL WHITE So Mild—So Pure PALMOLIVE SOAP 3 reg. bars 25 2 large pkgs. 3 reg. bars 25 Save With lal/J PALMOUVE SOAP 2^25

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