Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 17, 1976 · Page 13
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 13

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FINEST-SAFEWAY MEATS WEEKDAYS 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. SUNDAYS 9 A.M.to 9 P.M. SAFEWAY Senrinj Snifestion USOA Choice Grade Boneless Beef. Ib. Boneless Cubes of Lean and Meaty Beef Ib. And Pork Patties; BREADED, Heat & Serve Ib. •••I H^ ^* s **^pji^^fc^«>w«>»i*«««»»^ Top Round Stea Stewing Beef Cuhp VUMC Sliced Bacon Frying Chickens ST.!.* 59 C PORK CHOPS Assorted End and Center Cuts of the Loin Schleswig BEEF SUMMER SAUSAGE $]39: TURKEYS Serving Suggcttion SAFEWAY BRAND Butter basted 12-to-14-lb. SAUSAGE Safeway Brand BREAKFAST Made With Beef „ lor Mb. Rolls Ib. BONELESS ROAST USOA CHOICE GRADE BEEF Beef Rump or Bottom Round Ib. FREEZER BEEF FOREQUARTERS iLJSDA7 (CHOICE) Ib. HINDQUARTERS USDA CHOICE ROAST, Rolled or Flat USDA Choice Grade Beef Smok-A-Roma Boneless Tasty for any meal . . Ham Slices Safeway Wieners Catfish Steaks Pofl^H Fill AtC Captain's Choice • wl VII I Illvlv Quick-to-fix . Shrimp Crisp Cooked Shrimp Haddock Filets Turbot Filets Regular or Beef 12-02. . Pkg. I deal for the Lenten season 'Ib. BOOTH BRAND Just heat and serve I deal for 8-oz. Lenten Menus . . . Pkg. CAPTAIN'S CHOICE Mb. For a delicious meal Pke. you this Lenten Season r n '«* Buttermilk Biscuits PILLSBURY BISCUITS Sweet Mill or Buttermilk j 8-oz. Can? ' ""'.~* ^£""4 • • • 1M1BH •^•F^^Bi CRACKERS Shop Safeway... Compare Our Low, Low Prices! TOMATOES mm^fmm • ••MHV GRAPEFRUIT, 8-lb. Bag.. Juicy Red Tomatoes That Will Make Any Salad Tempting Mb. Pkg. CRAGMONT CELERY HEARTS Great Stuffed With Creamed Cheese Package Green Onions % 2 i,,29 c Red Radishes z c ;\r* ^39* Salad lettiirA " ed M . d Q ' $1 vWIMll hwllVfW Grien leal w BUNclMS I BAG Green Peppers;:;',",?. Fresh Carrots Orange Drink Fr^fll fltffftttf Oiliciws unit rmn vaiTvis win • r««t *,»*, , Tni-i-Ml. 3 Mt.$l nut.* I ./ J6 ,.89 e FOOTBALL 6-inch Foil Pot Let Safeway Brands Help You Save 16-oz. Bottles depisit PABST BLUE RIBBON "Big Bloom" Variety ••BiX t< *^ It fessM SOLID If son Economical Way to Buy Margarine Mb. Print TOMATO JUICE * **, ."•*. , .„, f . ' 'ff ff-' l \<*^ ' ' '• *-5\ f COTTAGE CHEESE LUCERNE Ideal For Tempting , Salads With Your favorite Fruit 32-oz. Carton LUCERNE Shop For Your Favorite Flavors At Safeway 1 /'-Gallon STOKLEY'S Compare Our Low Price 46-oz. Can Macaroil Macaroni Cheddaj Checldar i. Macaroni Che'ddar OVENJOY Enriched, Ail- Purpose For All Your Cooking and Baking Needs 10-lb. Bag MACARONI&GHEESE GOLDEN GRAIN Macaroni & Cheese Dinner ... It's Quick to Fix 7V 4 -oz. Pkg. V**^ 3o*»«* SAFEWAY ,«?« tS.«^« Just Pop Into The Oven and Serve Hot Pizza In Minutes 13V 2 -oi. Pizza PEAS or CORN POTATO CHIPS „ PARTY PRIDE Safeway's Premium Quality Frozen Vegetables 32-oz. Pkg. Dot affiant white Magic 49 oz $ 1 ^ 1/UlvlUCIII Powdered, For The Laundry ........... . ...... Box • LiquidBleach 5 58 C Paper Towels as ";s 49 C Elnlroc Safewa * Brand 18 ' oz - 10 C rllllVUd Breakfast Cereal ............. Package *J • $169 I LucerneReady Gallon to Serve, In the Dairy Case ........ Bottle SAFEWAY'S VARIETY DEPARTMENT YORK BRAND ISOPROPYl ALCOHOi essr 28-oz. Bottle DAN • i tc Morton ' s pkK> 7 T c 1/OnUTS lelly or Glazed of 12 i t Real Whips t :59 c BEL-AIR DINNERS Suave essence ' i Assorted Scents »»*» Compare Safeway's Low Price 16-oz. Bottle Chicken t Noodles, Maciron I Beef, Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Macaroni tcEeese,$paihetti& Meat Balls 11 V'-oi. Dinner Soles In Retail Quantities Only SAFEWAY © Cgpyri|ht 1960, Safeway Stores, Inc. Prices off. 3-17-76 to 3-20-76 in Carroll MILK GROUP Many of today's diets are low in calcium because we don't use enough calcium-rich foods, such as milk and cheese, in our diets. Growing children need calcium to build bones and teeth, especially during teen years, when children are growing fast. Adults, too, need calcium even though they're not building bones and teeth. Each day, adults lose some calcium and must replace it. Calcium helps clot blood when you cut or injure yourself; it helps keep all your muscles in good shape so they can work for you . . . especially the heart muscles. Milk is our leading source of calcium. It also provides high-quality protein, riboflavin, vitamin A (if milk is whole or fortified), and other nutrients. Protein in milk builds and repairs body tissues; helps the body fight infection, and supplies energy. Eight ounces of fresh whole milk has about 160 calories; the same amount of skim milk has only 90 calories. Foods Included in the Milk Croup: Milk: fluid whole, evaporated, skim, dry, buttermilk. Cheese: cottage, cream, cheddar type, natural or processed. Ice cream. Yogurt. Recommended Amounts: Some milk daily is urged for almost everyone. Recommended amounts in terms of 8-ounce cups (or glasses) of whole fluid milk are: children under 9,2-3 cups; children 9-12, 3 or more cups; teenagers, 4 or more cups; adults, 2 or more cups; pregnant women. 3 or more; nursing mothers, 4 or more. Pan of all the milk may be fluid skim milk, buttermilk, evaporated milk or dry milk. Cheese, ice cream and yogurt can be used in place of part of the milk. The amount of any of these it will take to replace a given amount of milk is figured on the basis of calcium content. On this basis, examples are: 1-inch cube cheddar-type cheese equals { /z cup milk; Vi cup cottage cheese equals '/> cup milk; 2 tablespoons cream cheese equals I tablespoon milk; 'A cup ice cream equals 'A cup milk; 1 cup plain yogurt equals I cup milk; I I cup fruit-flavored yogurt equals % cup milk. Source of Material: USDA Leaflet No. 424: University of California Cooperative Extension'

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