Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 10, 1976 · Page 16
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 16

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 10, 1976
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•Till ^^^mm^^^^^^^ CHICKEN HOODIE SOUP •SLl^^n" Chicken 10 3 / Can WEEKDAYS 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. SUNDAYS 9 9 P.M. 49-oz. Box Price Includes "10'Off Label \ 38-oz. Bottle Pure Vegetable STOKELY TOMATOJUICf Sto ^ VAN (\ ,9 TOMATO JUICE MILWAUKEE BEER Serving Suggestion COBMED IRHUMBS Serving Suggestion USDA CHOICE RMSTS 7-BONE CUT USDA Choice Beef Superbly-Aged for Tender Eating •• Ib. MAYER Lunch Meat MAYER Juicy Franks Beef Chuck Steak © 68 i^ ^1^ M ••• IBHHHiHBi^ ^^^l^Hi^M^HH BRISKET MORTON'S VARIETY PAK 12-oz. Regular or Beef. .>Pkg. $159 Regular or Mb. $119 Beef Franks.. Pkg. I USDA Choice Grade Blade Cuts... Ib. «•*••• VHmMBMV LIVERS MANOR HOUSE Fresh Frozen Ib. SEATRADER TUNA Chunk Light Meat In Oil 6 1 / 2 -oi. Can CRAGMONT COLA Quart Bottles plus deposit POTATO CHIPS PARTY PRIDE Snack-time and Party-time Favorites 9-oz. Bag GARDENSIDE TOMATOES Flavorful Addition For Soups and Stews 16-oz. Can GRADE A EGGS LUCERNE Medium Size] At Peak of Freshness Dozen SPAGHETTI or QUALITY BRAND Elbow Macaroni or Elbow or Long Spaghetti 32-oz. Pkg. WHEAT SESAME SKYLARK Fresh-Baked Goodness 16-oz. Loaf LUCERNE YOGURT Plain or Fruit Flavors 8-oz. Cartons GOLDEN RANANAS DOLE Sweet And Mellow Eating... For Late-night Snacks or a Deliciously Nutritious Topping On Your Cereal ib. IUf PUNTS Beautiful And Easy To Care For 4-inch Pot Blooming Mums 6eT*2 88 PUT $169 50-lb. Bag I Porting Soil 6 Don't Be Late For This Year's Growing Season ASPARAGUS Fresh, tender stalks, Treat your family tonight . . . . . ID* _ _ . Red Potatoes S,2(U *1 95 Red Grapes SS,.:....;* 49 e Navel Oranges S, 4 * *1 D'Anjou Pears 58, 3* H Green Cabbage SL •.' 15 e Leaf Lettuce B?r. Bun ch 39 C Sales In Retail Quantity Only SAFEWAY ASSORTED : FAMILY PACK Center and • End Cuts of '. The Loin Ib. I LIVER Evenly Sliced For Good Eating... Fry Some Up In Onions Tonight RIB ROAST Extra Trimmed Large End —s^__^s_^-^ USDA CHOICE Smok-A-Roma Brand Mb. Pkg/ Arm Pnt Rnrict USDAChoiceGrade ftQ c Ml III I III ImllUSI Beef Chuck Roast Ib. UT •% • •• , „ , C^AOO K/\tlA|ACC U iff m Safeway Brand ^/^' DUIICIv99 B lillll Half-Mini,2 1 /2to4-lbs. . . Ib. ^ Johnson s vhili To"e. asy ^ ov "T'.fyrt^ji JUICE SCOTCH TREAT FROZEN 100% Pure Orange Juice From Florida 6-01. Can R.C. COLA 8-Pak plus deposit KNOW YOUR FOOD FRUIT PIES ORCHARD HILLS FROZEN 8-oz. Pie! RE Al WHIP DESSERT TOPPING 9-oz. Carton COBNorPEAS BEL-AIR FROZEN 10-oz. Pkg. EXTRA DRY ANTI-PERSPIRANT Unscented- Regular or Powder Compare Saleway's Low a n Price This Week ° ™* Regular*!" Can VALUABLE SAFEWAY COUPON HNAITOUCH VALUABLE SAFEWAY COUPON I I • BETTY •jl fm*f\fU limit One Package and Coupon per Family. Good thru 3-16-76 64-OZ. (25+5) Bottle CROCKER SNACKIN CAKES! limit One Cake and Coupon per M Family. Good to 3-10-76 14'/ Z -OZ. 01+5) Cake 59(| VALUABLE SAFEWAY COUPON VALUABLE SAFEWAY COUPON WISK DETERGENT Limit One Package FamilyX'to 3-16-76 64-OZ. (25+5) Bottle I I BETTY CROCKER TUNA HELPERS I I limit Two Packages . and One Coupon per . Family. Good thru 3-10-76 (23+5) 2 Packages VALUABLE SAFEWAY COUPON VALUABLE SAFEWAY COUPON ©Copyright 1960, Safeway Stores, Inc. Pricesjjff. 3-10 to 3-13,1976 in Carroll, YOUR FAMILY NEEDS ALL 4 BASIC FOODS DAILY 1. Meat, Fish, & Poultry 2. Fruits and Vegetables 3. Dairy Products 4. Bread, Cereal Products FRUIT-VEGETABLE GROUP While all fruits and vegetables are included in this Group, those valuable as sources of vitamin C and vitamin A are emphasized. Recommended Amounts: Four or more servings everyday, including 1 serving of a good source of vitamin Cor 2 servings of a fair source; 1 serving, at least every other day, of a good source of vitamin A. If the food chosen for vitamin C is also a good source of vitamin A, the additional serving of a vitamin A food may be emitted. The remaining 1 to 3 or more servings may be any vegetable or fruit, including those valuable for their vitamin C and vitamin A. Count as 1 serving: Vi cup of vegetable or fruit; or a portion as ordinarily served, such as I medium apple, banana, orange, or potato, half a medium grapefruit or cantaloupe. "Good Sources of Vitamin C: Grapefruit or grapefruit juice, orange or orange juice, cantaloupe, guava, mango, papaya, fresh strawberries,'broccoli, bcussels sprouts, green pepper, sweet red • pepper. Fair Sources of Vitamin C: Honeydew melon, lemon, tangerine or tangerine juice, watermelon, asparagus tips, raw cabbage, cauliflower, collards, garden cress, kale, kohlrabi, mustard greens, potatoes and sweet potatoes cooked in the jacket, rutabagas, spinach, tomatoes or tomato juice, turnip greens. Sources.of Vitamin A: Dark-green and deep- yellow vegetables and a few fruits, namely: apricots, broccoli, cantaloupe, carrots, chard, collards, cress, kale, mango, persimmon, pumpkin, spinach, sweet potatoes, turnip greens and other dark-green leaves, winter squash. Contribution to Diet: Fruits and vegetables are valuable chiefly for their vitamins and minerals. In this plan, this group is counted on to furnish nearly all the vitamin C needed and over half of the vitamin A. Vitamin C is needed for healthy gums and body tissues, while vitamin A is needed for growth, normal vision and healthy condition of skin and other body surfaces. Source of material for the Fruit-Vegetable Croup: USDA Leaflet No. 424. PIZZA i I Cheese, Hamburger, I Sausage or Pepperoni 13'/ 2 -oz. Pizza BEL-AIR FROZEN 2-lb. Package SCOTT PAPER TOWELS Price Includes '3' Off" Label Jumbo Roll KOUNTYKIST IK& BEANS 15V 2 -oz. Can iPCERNE DREAM ^ MONTH FEATURE

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