Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 2, 1950 · Page 15
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 15

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''-'\ gi } * · «· S.^.^AMV. ,~. /*»S4''«ww».. ' V- ""''V -' *^',T*~ S-?»^g^? MW CROP'S IN! B16 VALUES tH GOOD EATIHG They're here! Those crisp red beauties from the country's finest apple orchards. It's the time of the year when apples are at their best-and Safeway is loaded with the "pick of the crops." You'll find a kind for every use-for eating out of hand, for pies, for dumplings, for salads/Prices are low too. Start enjoying the tangy eoodness of fresh apples often. Beverage Values! + EDWARDS COFFEE 87' * AIRWAY COFFEE 35 B" * NOB HILL COFFEE OS-It * R| A A V f £ · Canterbury Pekoe and Orange DLAwl\ I k A Pekoe variety. A buy. ·}· VPQA AAAAII Delicious breakfast cocoa DHlVCnU VVVvA 'or hearty enjoyment. NESTLES COCOA BOSCO All 111 TIUE Easy, to prepare; Serve it often -on 1.73 2.33 DELICIOUS Rome Beauty APPLES APPLES PIPPIN APPLES Northwest grown, Double red Delicious apples. Sweet and crisp for fine eating out-of-hand. Grace your fruit bowl. Fancy quality Red Rome Apples, Northwest grown apples that are tops for baking and candying. Fancy quality. Fancy quality pie and sauce apples. Clean ind well formed; Crisp apples that aie good to eat out-of-hand, too. , . Favorite of millions of Americans. 27' Milk Amplifier foe the kiddles. Healtfnl and nutritions. ' , coot mornings. 6-055. * A,. CAJT WHITE W/lea^WMTtABll COVER VALUE yours for only _ and llw top from jip/S^ 29° «3_ -5T« * RUSSET POTATOES U. S. No. 1 quality Idaho lOJb. potatoes ' · . ' · . · · ' - · · · ' . bay- Carefully , selected.- . . . .; *GRAPES Emperor, Fancy Table. .Fine. for the Fruit Boivl. .. Ib. *ORANGES Julce.full Valencia variety. Serve iuice often for health. Ib. 29' 15' · V 10' ·MB^M^_ *LE1TUCE Crisp green heads for salads and to, garnish sandwiches. * FRESH CORN Golden ears of full, plump kernels. Sweet, tender. * GOLDEN YAMS Flavorful yams 'are delicious when served with smoked picnics - . . --^mmMmtmrnML-^^mmMM*. m^^^^mmMMMmMMMmMMMm^mmmM^mmmmmmmmmmmMmm^mmmmlmmWmmmMMmmmmtmmmmmtmt IK Q . 19 9 lb \L 5 « - l«t mmm ^r CABBAGE Green, solid beads to shred for cole slaw or to cook. lu. *CARROT5 Crisp, sweet and medium size · for salads or Ib. for stews. *CELERY . Utah type. Try stuffed with Cneese. Buy today. " lb. 4" 7° f 9' G ^*~^~+ SAFEWAY MEATS are trimmed before weigtting.. SO YOU SAVE MQMEY RIB PORK CHOPS, for example, have tip end of chine bone removed. Excess fat also trimmed off. Pork Chops or Roasts Safeway Values 29° ''2° 2Qc 37» ^-Graham Crackers ir e b s o XGold 32° 59° 29° THIS STAR -A- INDICATES A SPECIAL LOW PRICE AT SAFEWAY THIS WEEK. SHOP EARLY. * FRESH BREAD '* MARGARINE Sunnybank Ub. ctn. * LARGE EGGS Morning Star eggs for fall baking and cooking doz. 57 Household Needs TOILET SOAP 4 rS 22« FURHITURE POLISH DEODORIZER MOP HOLDER SpringType 4oTz. n pkg. End cuts of fresh pork loins M w^m ** ^ nl er cuis -_. ^^ ib.47 K ""* "'·57 iced Bacon Smoked Picnics Fresh Fryers Beef Steaks Center cuts fresh pork Rib Chops Standard quality, fresh loan bacon. 'Now at your Safeway . . . this - IL top bacon value. ···· Smoked pork shonl der picnic.style usual smoked meat value. Fresh dressed and draivn completely cleaned . BEFORE -weighing IL Ready to fry. ID. V. S. GOOD qnality Round, Sirloin or ; Swiss cuts. Irimmed BEFORE -n-cighi Ib, 11 53 C 49 C S38 C 65 C 93 C £rr BOILING BEEF . . , - 3 5 ° V. S. GOOD Plate or Brisket meat. BEEF RIB STEAK , , . «»89« Also Roasts. U. S. GOOD quality beef. BEEF LIVER . , , . -55' Tender and delicious served with onions. GROUND BEEF . . . Ground daily from fresh, lean beef. FRANKFURTERS . . . Somerset brand.' Quality guaranteed. BEEF ROASTS Lb. Lb. * PANCAKE MIX CVDIID L °ff Cabi JI KUr i2-oz. bottle ^rMARSHMALLOWS ^APPLESAUCE * CHERRIES yr PINEAPPLE JUICE *MONICA PLUMS x o 2 K c a n DRIEDBEEF ^f^ * LUNCHEON MEATS ^CORNED *TUNA FISH *CHERUB MILK S * FRESH EGGS Large Size, Grade ., Breakfast Gems b,rand. For table use. . Badiant each .... White Magic . I. ^4-gallon · ' _ i ···-,,,,- cm Lb. 65« T7. S. GC*^D Quality Shoulder Blade or Arm ^BIRDSEYE PEAS Frozen Foods - Dairy !_ 20« 70? 20° 240 *CAKE MIXES Cinch brand. For easy to prepare cake batter. I5« 2I« 35« 2I« 36° 42« 42o 27« 61 · * PORK BEANS -^SS. I8« ^MOONBEAM PUMPKIN A J n21 M3« LIBBY PUMPKIN ^ 17V * RIPE OLIYES foT'f 1 "" 27« ^^ · M I Van Zee brand. Spreads ^_ Cheese rood: S?5irs 69 C PET MILK Tall can ·· jj^V ·· a mf\/ UA ia c rancy reas j^ M| . I wK^^M K^^r%'^ vjreen Deans Gold Medal brand. Also Macaronl.-Excellent tlirif- »y food value for fall menu,. A Safeway bn 3 .' 1-LB. PKG. Sugarbclle brand. Sweet at a very low Gardcnside brand, cut va- rlet '- Standard quality Highway brand packed ^' · I | I FRESH BUTTfR^r FRESH MILK ^^ COTTAGE CHEESE T.f« SWIFTNING Pure vegetable shortening for all baking. SWEET PICKLES ^ SPECIAL OFFER! 37« i J , ' ( Maraarme ffTnUll^rf«JIIIIVi* Dalewood brand, colored T^SODA CRACKERS Bakere packcd 7 .,,,-,, E N R I C H E D 10 -^B FLOUR SODA CRACKERS Sunshine Krispy . crackers. Flaky and tender. Buy now. erous at ihis. low price. . FKG. KITCHEN CRAFT ;FLOUR..iaibs.98« Orange Juice Shortening Tomato Juice Blend O'Gold brand. Orange and. Grapefruit Juice. Frcsb and flavor. ful juice 46-OZ. CAN Full O'Golfl brand. Tastes like juice from the trees. A Safeway thrifty buy. 40-OZ. CAS Royal Satin brand for all home cooking and baking. Pure vegetable shortening. 3-LB. CAN Sunny Dawn brand. Pure red juice from vine- ripened tomatoes. Another value 37 C 87 C Popular detergent for all* home, laundry and dish . wasb tap;. · Pkg., CAMAY SOAP Mild anil fragrant hand reff. size soap. '(Bath size bar, ' bar each each, IlJ^c) . ' Prices effecOr* Thursday after, noon, Friday and .Saturday, Nov. 2, 3 4, at'Sate-xttj; Stores in Tnc«on. We reserve the right to limit quantities.

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