The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 21, 1955 · Page 28
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December 21, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 28

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THE SANDUSKY REGISTER-STAR-NEWi •ui«nflrr, WM., nee. fl, l»si MARK'S Store Hours: ToTiife, Wednofxkty, Doc 21 open (ill 6 P. M, 'Fhuvs, Friday, Doc, 22 d 23, op^n 9 p.. M. til) 8:30 P M. SfTfurdrfy 8:30 /I. M. till 4:00 P. M, riARK'S Will CIoso at 4 P. M. on Saturday so Theiv rinpIoy <fH?f5 can sv>end Christmas Eve VviMi Tlioir Families, , . Sundav <^ Mondav, Dec' 25 & 26 Or : n Tuf-^day! Dec. 27 • • 9 (ill 6 P. M, Garden - Fresh Fruits & Vegetables from MARK'S Produce Dept. Large 24 Size, Tender, Calif. Pascal Celery 2 49c .Firm 1 lb. pkg. — Fresh Late Howe Variety Cranberries 2 39c Try Tm Candied Yams or Jersey Sweet Potatoes 3 33c Reutenik Gardens, Greenhouse Grown No. 1 Small Red Ripe Tomatoes . 31c For A 7^ U.S. No. 1, Grown by Geo. C. Musson, Sons Pototoes '^"'59c Tender Shallots bunches 25c Sweet 6r Juicy, Lg. 120 Size, Florida Tangerines 59c Tasty for Desserts and Salads, California Emperor Grapes 2 33c Merry Christmas ® TCJUG th€ crisp cold of a December night, add two generous parts of snow, stir in air so clear it tinkles. Into a generous heart, mix the wonder of a littk girl, the sparkle of a young boy's glance, Ihe love of parents and set gently by the chimney side. Add the lightest touch of a reindeer's hoofs, 0 sprig of holly, a scent of fir. Set the mixture to rise in the warmth of a dream of good will to men. It wii! be cilniost ready to serve when it bubbles with v/ursnih und good feeling. Garnish with shining balls of gold, silver and red. Serve io Ihc tune of an ancient enrol in the middl* of the family table. 1 his rccipc i> sufficient loi till ilic Mv- 'Hid women you will ever meet. \V i f 1 \ h c', ! ^. I J ^ > •.. f t> [ CI /v\ e r r y Christmas. lb. 17c A Golden Ripe Bananas Ransom's Castalia Grown, Tender Poscal Celery Hearts 2 49c Reprinted from BETTER LIVING—DECEMBER, 1955 SUPER MARKET INSTITUTE .'s' A national organization Super Market Institute, with our slogan "that there may be more for all," pledges to you lower tood di'^^^tribution costs. Our seal is your key to Better Living, Mi All MARK'S Poultry Is Fresh Locally Raised Locally Dressed Pan Ready Young, Tender, Fresh Bettsville White Turkeys ^ 59c Pan Ready," Baby Beef Bronze" Fresh Hen Turkeys 55c Broad Breastefl, Young, Tender, Lightweight Fresh Tom Turkeys ^ 47c Broad Breasted Bronze, Plump, Pan Ready Heavy Tom Turkeys "'43 c; Locally Raised, Pan Ready Fresh Ducks 57c Ready for the Pan, Plump, Tender Fresh Geese 59c Fresh. Locally Raised and Dressed, Pan Ready Frying Chickens " 47c Pan Ready, Locally Raised and Dressed Fresh Roasting Chickens 59c Daisyfield Semi-Boneless Ready to Serve HAM '^"'^•'se-ib. Cut Green Beans '•' 25c SANDUSKY5 LARGEST INDEPtNDENT fOOD MARKET Mixed Vegetables la o/. yko. ioi BIRDS EYE Green Peas FROZEN FOODS French Fried Potatoes " 2 ""• 35c Sliced Strawberries BIRDS EYE # • oTfio ^^B^» o o o $ Red Raspberries 10 nz. pki^. 29c Fordhook Lima Beans 10 oz. pkg. Cooked Squash 12 o/. pkg. 2 5ANDUSKY5 LARGEST INDEPENDENT FOOD MARKET

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