Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 27
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April 23, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

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PAQB fWllWMf OUT ALTON TftlOKAMt THURSDAY, A WML H» till THE MOST WARDROBE for the Irast sowing! Lo\v*cut dress has your favorite 4-gore skirt. You'll love the smooth-and-flared look of it. And that companion cardigan Js the latest fashion. Pop It on over other dresses too! Pattern 48101 Misses' sizes 12, 14, 16; 18, 20; 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42. Size 18 dress, 3% yards 35- inch; cardigan, 1& yards. This pattern easy to use, Kim- pie to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete Illustrated Instructions. ipntt 8ft cents In coins for this pattern—ndd five cents for encli pattern if you wish first-clans mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE, and STYLE NUMBER. The auctioneer who knocked down eight donkeys for 14 cents in a recent sale at Cape Town, fol lowing a drought, did not claim a commission. Ecuador, developing a pyreth rum industry, has made its firs shipments to New York. KIU BUOf 3 WAY! •"••MOVSKIiAN REALKILL HUG KIlllK PAUL F, DAVIS ft SONS BROWN & WASHINGTON STOP * SHOP MARKET MRS. MARTIN BOLT, MISS MARILYN JUHLIN AND MISS PATRICIA ANN SCHLKPEK of Wood River will gr^riudte from the St. Lull's Hospital School of Nursing, St. Louis, Thursday evening. The three girls are KX.;0 graduates of East Alton-Wood River Community High School. The graduation exercises will be at Christ Church Cathedral, St. Lou^ at 8 p. m. JELL-0 SUGAR 0 n€ tf of Dotnlrw S«4 Th» EL-Bo mark !i em unldling pledge of ioliifaction. GRAPE JELLY f«m« »• rltftl !• ttmn ••MttlllM. Prieci O«»« Until April I8tn TOMATO JUICE . finer, pre«M4 from wtial* red rip* tom«(eM BUB*, fancy, grwn cut. Natural color, Very t«nd«r * 800 Can ^ ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING JUNIOR PROM took place Saturday night in the Mineral Springs Hotel ballroom. Fph Green's orchestra played, and members of the medical staff were guests at the dance. Pictured are class officers and their escorts leading the grand march.— Pholo by jack Folmer. PEANUT iUTTER «]-«*, fancy, UM th* rich, full flavor of fine *?•»»««» Crtumy wxturi ____ — — — TJ-OI. Tnmbl»f CHILI BEANS gold Chiin. In chill gravy. Juit «drt round beef to make • delielout chin. — — — — — — —— — N«. sou can PINEAPPLE »-8«. Fancy. Hawsiun cru»h*d. Ready for Pitt, MUCM, tapioca and other deiierti. _.__ — — — — — N«. » Cm 29 CHERRIES Gold Chain. Fancy red pitted, especially 21 APPLE SAUCE Gold Chun. A creimy *moeth uuce. Rich in flivflr. md.r to serve. •— — *•._«_ — _ _- — JIB. don cm TOMATOES colored. N« Solid pack, whole red ripe tomatoes. Good, firm, red . 4 can — — — — — — ««—.«- 20 MIXED VEGETABLES Gold Chain, fancy. An Ideal blend 4J| of vegetables. They are cooked, |K|t ready to heat and serve. | VU No. 808 Can •"•^;^j" < ".'.'_•.' BARBECUE SAUCE El-Be. Fancy, full bodied. Richly seasoned, delightful snappy flavor. 6-O«. Bottle .»...» IRISH POTATOES Carlinville Pair Observes Date CARLINVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Maguire are observing their 48th wedding anniversary Thursday at their home, 208 Sue St., Carlinille. Mr. Maguire is a retired farmer having farmed south of Palmyra until 10 years ago when they moved to this city. Mrs. Maguire is-employed at the Rlce-Stlx dress factory in Gillespie. The couple was married at the courthouse in Carlinville by Judge Isaac Vaughn. Mrs. Vaughn and Mr. Maguire's brother, the late Robert Maguire, Served as attendants. Mrs. Maguire is the former Miss Sarah Whitehouse. The couple are the parents of six sons and four daughters, in-' eluding three sets of twins. The twins are William Maguire of Bunk? er Hill and Mrs. Wilma Glanders of Jacksonville; Mrs. Frances! Kates of DeKalb and her twin brother, Franklin, who died at the age of 11. years; and Louis Maguire and Mrs. Louise Dugan, both of Carlinville. The other children are: Glen of Rockbrldge; Harold of Hettick; Kenneth of Albuer- querque, N. M. and Mrs. Dorothy Klein of DeKalb. They also have 23 grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. There are no twins among the grandchildren. Palmyra Remains "Wet" CARLINVILLE T The city of Palmyra voted on the wet and dry question in Tuesday's electipn resulting In 247 votes to remain wet and 151 voting dry. The townships of South Palmyra, North Palmyra and South Otter townships had all voted dry In local option elections held April 7. The South Palmyra election Is now being contested. El-Be. Fancy, new small whole Irish potatoes. 20 to 30 potatoes to the can. No. Z Can ........... 4 "IL I f R • • V SALMON Gold Chain, fancy Alaska pink salmon. Tender meated and fine flavor I«-Oz. Can 49c REYNOLDS WRAP ALfMtNtiM 260 MILNOT tall Brooks Catsup 3 ,;.;; 33c * MEAT DEPT. * FRESH PORK GALLICS Lean, cut from young corn fed porkers. 4-8 Ib. av......,.,ib. SMOKED iOSTON BUTTS Luer'i lean very little bone, freshly gmoked 8-8 lt>. avg. Cellpt>teaHB_Wf npped......... .Ib. SKINLESS WIENERS Ltier'8 1-1b. cello 47' BRAUNSCHWEIGER Luer's sliced Lb 43° NABISOO SHREDDED WHEAT t Q c 1 i-o»-_j > ** — -*. — !±....-r.,~L.:. _...!^y_ NABISOO HONEY GRAHAMS LEMONADE Of ORANGEADE 1 C c flunfc|jit_~; j-.j;^— • M>«. ,_c».«».,__~_~^y. CLOROX • • boX!« no MAZOLA OIL 82-OK, Bottlft for Salad* or Cooking f I A l«-Oz. ... 116 Bottle .... 37o UNIT STARCH 2 ts-ot. >kt... —. —..—....-- *".... 27c ARGO OLOSS STARCH KRE.MEL All flavors. — — • 4-Ot. Tit. 2 >" ISc DEXOL BLEACH Powdered Bleach — —. —- 27c SALT El-Be. Fancy, pure, running or iodized) fine 26- Oz grained. Pkg. Tree 8 C ^& EXTRACT El-Be. Always uniform In flavor. Vanilla or lemon. strength and 1 2-Oi. Bottl* ' 9 •^ I OL Gold IVES Chain. Salad olive*. Fitted. ( 51 THe king snake, a constrictor, Is Immune to the venom of many poisonous snakes, says the National Geographic Society. UPTOWN MARKET 2824 Humbert, ALTON BOOTCN GENERAL STORE > St. Loot* Ave., EAST ALTON * * EL-BE FOOD STORES KUSMANOFF'S GROCERY 470 Leslie, WOOD BlVfiK BROWN'S GROCERY Unoola AtUittra * * COLLEGE AVE. MARKET »«« ^olle^ Ave., ALtQN VICARI'S MARKET I4M ft Br«rf*r»y. ALTON PHONE 3-3549 (De don't AtdL oil the. J-oocL-But we A&LL the. Meat CORNER HIGHLAND AVE AND COLO (T CHEER ... . -28c RED GUP COFFEE . . . AMERICAN BEAUTY FLOUR 2 CLOVER FARM MILK SWANS DOWN CAKE FLOUR 39c CHOICE QUALITY MEATS PURE GROUND BEEF . . . Ib. 45c Practically Boneless PORK ROAST, Ib. 49c CHOICE PORK STEAKS . . . Ib. S3c KREY'S SKINLESS WIENERS . Ib. 47c THRIFTY SLICED BACON . . Ib. SSc SMOKED JOWLS Ib. 23c THRIFTY FRANKFURTERS . . Ib. 39c KREY'S JUMBO BOLOGNA, Sliced ,lb. 39e Clover Farm Salt ..... 3 boxes 2Sc Empire Dog Food 3 cans 2Sc Clover Farm Potted Meat . . 3 cans 25c Clover Farm Salad Dressing . . pint 27c Clover Farm Kraut, 303 slie . 2 cans 20c Clover Farm Tomato Juice, 4S-oi, can 2$c Qlendale Pork e\ Beans, 303 siie, 2 cans 19c Cream of Wheat, Quick or Reg. . box 19c FRESH QUALITY POULTRY HENS 42*1 FRYERS ALJVK ........ u» •Vav Muvg ........ i. and Cut Up i.b. \H fill SUNKI5T OIANCI5 ................. Dei 48* lift DIUCIOU* APHIS .................... CfLISY ............................ Sulk PUREX . <» I9c BORAX . . . 1 Lb. Ctn. BORAXO . . ;r 18c Ol. MRS. STEWART'S 1 3lc BLUING . . . „.,,,. 19c UNIT STAROH . , MQUID CLEANER COAP PRIME . . . «'60c ?Y£ r ,„,.,_ i picaTTcc 1 " CLEANSER DUZ ..... pkj. Z/C / f.,?WU.E$ . AJAX • • 2 - 25c CHEER .... '"'*' GOLD SEAL REYNOLDS GLASS WAX . »*> 59c ALUMINUM WRAP . CIIARMIN TOILET TISSUE 4 «„„. 3Se LUNCHEON MIAT 12-oz. Can PREM . r TREET PARD UOG FOOD 2 c... 27o DIAL SOAP 2 MAd. 4%m* Burs AOC SPIC & SPAN ',::: 25o MODESS A.C. CALIF. CLINGS No. 21 i Can A.G. Red Ripe DTA^lirC "11 c Tomatoit . BO X " 2lc • KMVnt9 ... . . . O JL SuakUt-3flO 8U« CUSTOM GROUND Mb. Bag OrWIgSS • »•* 290 A.G. COFFEE 83 ctn 14c f TOMATO JUICE 2 Jar 31C Can 33 C JTAR-kist IERSEY BAKIRY-^DANISH APRICOT ROLLS ... 32c FRUITS & VEGETABLES M mm e Hl-Plan* lO-Oi. Cello. New Alabama 4/ Spinach , »** ITo Potatooi, 10 ^ 63c 2 ,, 25o Tall Cam 3 '" 290 Mayrose "last Better" SLICED BACON : 65 T - I to S Lb. Cut* FW8T CUTS IN ROAST 55o PORK OHOPS.... 55o MAVKOSB-Umall Link iUnl»M HAUTLV WO-KVK KBAFT "l-»ilc. PJ«" ^-Ib. I'kg. Pork Sausifi.- 55e SWIM OHEESE » Tie Amriui Obwii, 33o IYER'S on itAvwMB ww* TKXDEB Aim Jticv BEEF ROUND STEAK-69e SIRLOIN STEAK . 69c Lutr'i "Pun Um leef" GROUND CHUCK .,. 49c Ll'K&'S M'BJfH 6J4ALL IMOKID JOWL»lit lOLMNA , -65« MUiKMH LAJIOI! Mi IOIMIA , »48a CELLQ. ROLL ]

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