Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 26
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April 23, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

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THURSDAY, APRIL 2f, 1953 MR. AND MRS. JOHN NEUNABER OF MORO celebrated the fortieth anniversary of their marriage Sunday, April 19.-— Klopmeier photo. Bargain Prices On Wide Range Of Beef Meats By The Associated Press Bargain prices on a wide range of beef cuts offset some rather sharp rises in the cost of pork products in the nalion's food markets this week. Beef was a feature in many stores. Sales tags were pinned on steak, rib roast, pot roast, chuck roast and ground beef. Reductions on sirloin steak ranged from four to six cents a pound and on rib roast four cents a pound. There were small rises on these items in a number of stores, but in general the trend was downward. Pork chops were higher almost everywhere. A survey showed them up eight cents a pound in New York, Philadelphia and Chicago, four cents in Los Angeles— and 18 cents in Detroit. One Chicago chain was selling round steak at 59 cents a pound, six cents below the price a month ago and 30 cents cheaper than at the start of the year. Lamb started climbing in price this week. Although many stores held prices at the week ago level, others lifted prices on leg of lamb by two cents a pound. Retailers thought other rises were ahead. Frying chickens generally were up two to six cents a pound. Eggs headed lower for the first time in weeks, off one to four cents a dozen in various sections of the country. Butter prices changed little. There were several good buys in vegetables. Most store cited cabbage, onions, corn, tomatoes and both old and new potatoes. Lettuce, on the bargain counter for several weeks, was up in price in most stores and the same was true of asparagus. Dad's Workbench Used As Fireplace by Small Boy A little boy shortly after 8 p. m. Wednesday decided to build a fire on the workbench in the basement of his parents' residence, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Asaro, 1121 E. Fifth St. When firemen of No. 2 and 4 companies, with the ladder truck, arrived, (he mother had extinguished the fire but there was smoke and fumes in the basement. The boy, said Chief Lewis, had built his fire of some gloves, paper and miscellaneous items, and must have included a plastic-handle screwdriver which caused the fumes. Dangerous Curves Instead of the usual "winding ro?M" warning, a supply route close to the Korean front bears a large sign reading "Marilyn Monroe Stretch", Seoul observers report. Two miles and 23 curves later there is another sign which reads: "See Why?" The term caddie originated in Scotland, Mary, Queen of Scots had her golf clubs v carried by n army cadet and from cadet evolved cad- riia. KILL BUGS AS YOU HOUSECLEAN REAL-KILL tilt KILLER KILLS BUtS 9 WAYS Now kill bugs by contact, vapor action and ingestion with dual, purpose REAL* KILL Bug Killer, the modern insecticide with 100% active ingredients. Get REAL-KILL today! PINT BOTTLE 69c $l.lf«f. tits til. DIETSCHY'S MARKET 600 RIDGE Free Delivery PHONES 3-6624—3-6625 CHUCK ROAST •CHOICE CENTER CUTS Lb. 45c ALL BEEF, aft- Fresh Ground Lb. V96 HAMBURGER CUBE STEAKS ROLL PORK SAUSAGE . . . • 39e TENDER, 70- JUICY Lb. f«G RIB END EC* PORK CHOPS Lb. 000 BABY BEEF UVER Lb. 69e BRISKET 00* BOILING BEEF... .Lb. fcwC FRESH, LEAN GROUND CHUCK..Lh. 49e VEAL LOIN AQ A CUTLETS . ^._ L11 -Lb. JDvG LEAN PORK STEAKS Lb. 57c PORK BUTT ROAST , SMALL, LEAN ... Lb. 52c THURINGER OR BRAUNSCHWEIGER (Sliced) ....Lb. 00C JMecei Boneless Rolled Chuck Boast .- >» 69c BIO SWISS CHEESE...Lb. LARGK JUICY FRANKS Lb. CREAMED Lb. COTTAGE CUKE**;.. 79e LARGE SLICED BOLOGNA. . . . . AMERICAN SQ. BRICK CHEESE .j.Lb. CAN "A BISCUITS ...... it for We 55e 29o M ft M'S DANDIES LARGE BAG... DUNOAN NINES OAKE MIXES Pkg. OUT-RITE WAX PAPER Boll* 2Bo NIBLKT CUON... _ of POWB- TOMATO JUICE, Lg». 4«-ox. 3lo A.G. PEACHES Large CATSUP, boltU 3lc 83c I9e WRUUY GUM ALL FLAVOBS suns douut MO POTATOES Wo. 1 IOu.480 m P»lif • _li«» cftrtoa DAY I Bo ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOB TW8NTT41T1II mas* But For Crttmhtg U. S. NO. 1 W* tftt to LimH Qtmnfifioi 1862 E. BROADWAY Pa*rnlt free! 'Of CrMHUIfllt ' ^^^^ .^B^llk. g|jaHfj|l| .jjjm g^n|m ^HH^ gm||£ ^|||i NEW POTATOES 10 •fc (ALL GRINDS) Save With These Tomato Values! New Instant Action/ BABO 2 CR £ 25 Orangeade or Lemonade SUNKIST 6-oz. Can <f "Jf JL / Swill's PORK SAUSAGE S? 49 HUNT'S Green label STARKIST TUNA Reg. Can Swilt's — Luncheon Meat PREM 12 or. Can 49 TOMATO SAUCE 4 DONALD DUCK or AMERICAN BEAUTY TOMATO CATSUP 2 Swill's PEANUT BUTTER 12-oz. Jar 39 AMERICAN BEAUTY—FANCY TOMATO JUICE Clapp't Cereal or Oatmeal BABY FOOD Reg. \ ^ Box Ji i Rich Sudsing TREND ***? Reg. Pkgs. 39 Blue Label KARO SYRUP IHb. 04 Bottle £* JL Guaranteed Fluttyl UNCLE BEN'S RICE 23 14-oz. Pkg. Hurts Only Dirt KITCHEN KLENZER 2 Can 8 , 21 for Salad Dressing MAZOLA OIL Pt, Btl. Can 77 3 Wbodbury SOAP Reg. Bars Z hath size 27 Save Every Day at Food Center! V. S. Gov't. Graded Choice and Good Beef CHUCK ROAST...- PLATE - ^m ^^ BOILING BEEF....-15 YOUNG AND TENDER—SLICED Argo GLOSS STARCH Mb. Pkgs. 29 Makes So Many Good Things MAZOLA OIL Gal. *V39 Can 2 Agrees with Your Skint Sweetheart Soap 3 R««. Bars Brightest shine you've ever seen/ JOHNSON'S WAX J-Gal. <| 74 GLO-COAT JL J-Jb. Paste Wax T5 BEEF LIVER.... SWIFT'S, PREMIUM BRAND, BY THE PIECE Braunschweiger ib. 39 Agrees with Your Skin! Sweetheart Soap 2 Bath SIio as Gutter SWIFTNING S-b. CM Deodorizer AIRWICK 15 i -01. Bottle TASTE O'SEA SWIFT'S PREMIUM FILLET OF COD 35 PICKLE and PIMENTO LOAF - 49 TASTE O'SEA SWIFT'S PREMIUM. SKINLESS FILLET OF PERCH 39 WIENERS '%r 49 TASTE O'SEA—BHEADED INDEPENDENT MAYROSE, BY THE PIECE FILLET OF PERCH . . . V, 49 THURINGER 55 Caramel Coated Popcorn ORAOKER JACK 3 Reg. Pkgt. 14 Swtffi SUNBR1TEOLEANSER 3 ££27 MARSHMALLOWS lib. Fkg. look Who's Got 9 New Diets WAXTEX 125-rt. Roll Save Every Day af Food Center/ lUNCHSOH MSAT fOOD CgHTEIt—GOIDIN CRUST MORRELL'S SNACK . . , ^ 39 SLICED BREAD POLSW-FflESH JfQSHEfl READY TO HEAT PICKLE SPEARS 29 DERBY CHILI . FOOD CENTER—VITAMIN 'D' INCREASED UBBY'S EVAPORATED MILK . . 3 38 JUNE PEAS FOOD CENTER—ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING ^ .... m. 79 PEVELY MILK H f»l 13 25 19 37 JAM !4*tJ. Jar 29

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