The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 23, 1956 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 23, 1956
Page 10
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BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER KEW8 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY «, 6 wonderful ways to bring 'em running to BREAKFAST! today-with breakfast foods from Safeway. Pre-planning makes breakfast preparation easy! Try working out the week's breakfast schedule in advance; then, every evening assemble th« ingredients for the next morning's meal. Electric toasters, coffeemakers, griddles, frying pans, and waffle irons enable you to prepare a complete breakfast right at the table. Still, there's nothing as spectacular as scrambling egg» in an old-fashioned chafing dish! A sprig of parsley, a carrot curl, a whole berry, a spray of mint... often add the little frill that lifts a breakfast dish out of the ordinary. Be »ur« your teen-agers get plenty of milk. It's on« of the best sources of Vitamin D. (Growing youngsters need at least 400 units a day.) STEAK AND EGGS. Deee-lici'bus combination! A hearty farm-style Breakfast that tastes every bit as good in the city. Eggs fried 'sunny-side up, potatoes pan-browned, steak as you like it HAM AND EGGS. Everybody's year-round favorite. Tender-pink ham slices, golden-yolked eggs! Slices of broiled pineapple give this breakfast a new look, a new taste. - cakeejand so on. Spicy link sausages complete the treat club." HOT AND COID CEREAIS. All kinds of tasty cereals to choose from... all kinds of fruits, fresh or packed, can be added. And it's one of the thriftiest breakfasts you can serve. Oatmeal (oftee MKnd Mono.... £ 75tf Orange Juice Meets Guaranteed to Please ., ./ • • i ^ AriYKiur Star /\ Q^ Link Sausage FI.^! unk, ". ***c _ . /""L' I USDA Graded and 43r Frying Lnickens inspected Lb. tj<- -,• in i USDA Choice Beef Q C- CnUCk KOaSt Safeway Trimmed Lb. «J -J\» Lamb ShOUlder Cut"Lamb Shoulders Lb. OOC Margarine i /\J I L top Grades... Serve (%Qs* Leg U LamD OneThis Weekend Lb. J7C BREAKFAST . . . Lunch or Dinner . . 18c . . Taste better, much better, when all of the ingredients come from your nearby Safeway Store. You'll find not only your "staple" food needs, but also "different" items that woke up those lazy appetites. Margarine Coldbrook Quarters . ... , 1-Lb. • Ctns. Family Flour Kitchen Craft .. -Lb. Royal Satin Shortening ...3 t 75c Canned Milk herub.. Baby Pur* Cherub... It't "\ Lge. ---- *- Tint WAFFIES AND BACON. Another traditional favorite from coast to Tst A sprig of parsley adds a colorful touch. Serve wrfh whole fruit on the side, milk and coffee. Biscuit Mix w!f. IS' 37c ::16c Sleepy Hollow Wf.^27c Stock Your Shelves With These Breakfast-Makers! 19c Postloaslies S on . ^ 2tc ^ 6 i° rx -1,29 Orange Juice M/.*^ We ...for Extra Energy Breakfasts Libby Baked Beans Wzr..2 '%.25c Skylark Raisin Bread Sweet Cream Butter Castle Crest Peaches Homogenized Milk u ir Quake Grape Delight Deep Brown With Pork . Excellent for 16-Ox. Breakfast Toast . Loaf Spring House .. Lkl '/»O/« Top Quality Ctn. U7V. 34c •esh From Local Dairies Rt«'i!ar Quaker Oats A Favor itQ e uck Si? 1 ' 19c ,2'£-49c Tea Garden for Happy Breakf»ts Sliced Bacon tr."...^ 45c SS£ Pineapple, Lalani Sliced .29c No. 3 Tin Pineapple, Libby Sliced 31c rr Ho. 3 Tin Hominy Grits, Mammy Lou 19c ' St-O.. ttl. Hershey Cocoa, Priced Low 35c ' «-Lb. Tin Ralston Cereal, Whole Wheat . .. .29c ii-oi. m. Vermont Maid, Syrup 29c IJ-Oz. BOt. Drips Syrup, Tea Garden ^ .^39e Cane Sugar, Pure Cane, 10-Lb. Bag 93c Pear Halves, Libby ^JWc Tomato Juice, Sunnydawn .. . ^—25e Tomato Juice, Libby ( ','o.^?in All Bran, Keiloggs 19c lo-oi. Pk«. Bran Flakes, Post's 26c HM-OI. P««. Glen-aire, Grapefruit Sections . .. . 17c . 305 Tin Strained Honey, Empress .53c Jl-OI. J« Apple Butter, Empress 19c " n-oi. J« Town House, Grapefruit Juice . .. .21c «.0i. Tin Vie Reserve the Right to Limit Purchasel . . . Nothing Sold for RcMJt Thin Skinned Grapefruit Oranges , Full of Juice! Marsh Seedless Juice—Heavy .. Florida Valencia Variety . . Golden Red Potatoes S™. 3 : ............. 25-&99C Fancy Tomatoes^ ... D .wwte in-"-tf5r Crisp Carrots G 3na dPe -Top Idaho Russets B»k« s 10B. g oSc r Calvo Avocados a»(«m ........ . E«» I9c Firm Cabbage Fancy Apples Red Rhubarb Hot Leo Brand Sliccri Tune Medium size ........... LK - . ^ Green Onions sh>ni» G rape f ru it Rllby Red Homemakers Hint: u,17c ,. u.35c Sovt the rinds of the orqngej you squeezed for breakfast 'and pilt moundi of mashed sweet potato*! on them, then brown rtiem in tt>« oven.

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