The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 29, 1955 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 19I5B BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE 8BVEH <«\ m •FOOO-OIK/-/UN Looking for a new and unusual party ' idea? Then try your hand at our real Swtdish Smorgasbord! We're ready to •upply you with everything you need... the wonderful foods, recipes and ideas. (Complete inetructioni are ready for you it Safeway now.) ..-.,.'*• : ... ff Wo ffiMir* th« right t» limit purr-hnses and do not aell to other dealer*. Coffee Idwartl* Coffee •dwtrdi Inilint Whipping Cream Lnckl Dairies Fresh Milk Spring House |v»t Cretra B'JtUr Large Eggs Ortd* "A" Tea Timers •priyt* Wtdri Crackers Busy Bukeri Rye Bread •kyltrk French Rolls •rown 'R Serve Skylark Mayonnaise Ha Midi Mustard R'ne Olives Lh, Iin88c 6-Oz. Jar 1.25 '/2-Pt. Carton 32c '/i-Gal. Carton 45c Pound Carton 65c Doz. 67c Lb. Box 33c Lb. Box 24<t 16-Oz. Loaf 20c 6-Ct. Pkg. 28c , Pint Jar 35^ 24-Oz. Jar 32(i . Tall Tin 37c c GROUND BEEF 33 Ground Fresh Several Times a Day Fresh Pork Hams iff' 0 : u.49c Bacon Loaf Lb. 45c Sliced Bacon 3 Lbs. $1 Cold Cuti ' Armour B»nntr Bar-B-Q Pork Lb. 45c Hen Turkeys Lb. 49tf cold cull . 10 to 14 Lbs. Liver Cheese Lb. 45c Fryers Lb. 43c Cold Cuti Dreued »nd Drawn Oysters Pint Cup 89c Chuck Roast Lb. 45c I*jtern BUndtrd U. 8. Cfcoiw B**f Frankfurters Lb. 43c Sausage 2-Lb, Bag 49c Cold" Cuts Lb. 45c CornedBeef Lb. 49c ... an endless parade of tdrnpting party foods! Kipper Snacks 2 No. Vi lins Prince Paul Sardines '/* Tin 29c princt Paul Brlsllnj Salmon No. 1 Tin 53c Frlnc* Uo Pink Consomme 2 lOli-Oz, Tins 33c us...mm mi WORD /OK in .. . but don't try to pronounce it. Just tnjoy it 1 A Swedish Smorgasbord is on« of the all-tim* great party ideas. Tha word itself meant "cold table", one of those delectable assemblages of fabulous foods, served buffet-style, for which th« Scandinavians are famous. One of tha wonderful things about a Smorgasbord it that you can do just about as you please . .. taking our suggestions and adding bright ideas of your own. One Smorgasbord specialty that's almost a "must" i3 Swedish Meat Balls. These bite-size mor- •els are always the center of attraction. Here's how to make 'em: 3WCDISH MIAT BALIS Vi cup bread crumbi 2 eggs, lightly bailed 2 its. ground beef 3 tfaspi. chopped parsfty !j cup grated onion ! ,j tip. allspice 1 Ibsp. salt 1 cup consomme I cup milk Soak crumbi in millc. Mix well with meaf, eggs, onion, parsley, and seasonings, Shap* into small balls and brown on all sidet in imal! amount of fat. Pour consomme over meat balls, cover and simmer genlly for 15 minutes or until meat it done. Keep warm in chafing dish. Makes about 3 dozen meal balls. Flcklt Plml*nto Paper Plates 10-0. Pkg. 25c Libby 4-Oz. Tin 19c Toothpicks, 2 Reg. Pkgs. 17c ffqlTMea! 12-Oz. Tin 32^ PaperCups, 24-Ct. Pkg. 39c ffip'd'Beef, 12-Oz. Tin 33c Napkins 50-Cf. Pkg. 23c Cheese 2 3-Oz. Pkgs. 29c 8eotk!i» Dlnwt - PHIIU.Iphl. Cr.»™ Salad Dressing S' e lUIIJUIIIIIlV L. Cempbill'i Zippy Pickles Bweoi Mldgeti Dill Pickles Z'ppy Who!* Oysters PTinM P»ul SmolsJ Large Shrimp Klr.g LouU Swiss Cheese Kraft Sliced Roquefort F.^sl Chcest Bleu Cheese Nauvoo Sliced Cheese D^tch Mill Sharp \\J i L Vi-, I 1 ll-> -'•JV 8-Oz. Jar 32c 23-Oz. Jar 25c 3 2/3-Oz. Tin 29c 4-Oz. Tin 56c 6-Oz. Pkg. 33c I'/i-Oz Pkg. 21c 1-Oz. Pkg. lie !Ub. Pkg. 33c Large Avocados S. Cucumbers c± Long Cranberries, 16- Hsad Lettuce Yeliow Onions Crisp Celery p.j'enl Tomatoes Selected SHcers Apoles Red Delicious Oz. Bag 19c Lb. 19c 3Lbs.21c Lb. lOc Tube 19c Lb. 2k Oranges La.-ge Ju'ey Florid*. Pineapples C!!tj* Bananas Red Potatoes, 17 3. N'o 1 Red Radishes, In CtV.o Pears Fancy D'An.iouj 2 for 25° Lb 19° 8-Lb. Bag 55c Lb. 15c Lb. 15c 10Lb.Bag49c 2 |£ 23c Lb. 17c 37e FruK Cocklall Cheese Spread Rye z, hpee a^f-w^y Closing Information: Your Safeway Store Will Be Closed All Day Monday, January 2nd For The New Year's Holiday.

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