The Gazette from Cedar Rapids, Iowa on January 18, 1970 · 60
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The Gazette from Cedar Rapids, Iowa · 60

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ISC The Cedar Rapids Gaiette; Sun., Jan. 18, i970 When Chicken Parts Are as Good If your family's favorite dinner is crisp fried chicken one of your Culinary specialties you are likely to ' be on the lookout for a sale on chicken. Discovering one,' you rush to the supermarket, pick up the pre-packaged drumsticks and breasts (your family loves drumsticks and breasts. If only chickens were hatched with four legs and two breasts!) and come home happy -with your purchase. You may not, however, have made the best choice. Although chicken is generally a good buy, it is wise to check the quality and class of your bird. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Consumer and Marketing Service grades whole chickens and chicken parts for both quality and class. The grading -of individual chicken parts has increased greatly this past year, so you should now see the USDA quality grade shield on more cut-up chicken in your market. Highest Quality The highest table quality is USDA Grade A. The USDA Grade A shield on chicken guarantees a fully fleshed and meaty bird one that is attractive in appearance and free from defects. The class names "fryer", "broiler" or "roaster" . indicates that the bird is young and tender. But many housewives today are already USDA quality conscious. How many of us, though, know when chicken SAHG8 famous Poppytrail Dinnervare Including 7 Favorite Patterns In This Sale 20 OFF on Antique Grape, Homestead Provincial, Provincial Fruit, California Tempo, Pepper Tree, Rooster Bleu Pattenrs. Now, for a limited time only at these prices you can fill in or start your service of coveted Poppytrail dinnerware. Each pattern carefree and gay as a beautiful sunny day in California. You will love the exciting colors -the interesting shapes. Hand-crafted and decorated permanently under glaze - oven and detergent proof - durable. ""I- j i. J 8 ' Exciting bronze inspired by the t Jt xtc 9m Reg. SALE Cup $2.65 $2.12 Saucer , - 1.45 1.16 . Bread & Butter' , , ,f.60 , 1.28 Salad Plate 1.95 1.56 Dinner Plate 2.75 220 Soup 2.25 1AO Butter & Ud 6.95 5.56 Platter, Large 13" 6.95A 5.56 Sugar & Ud 4.95 3.96 Creamer . 3.50 2.80 a Buy as Whole Birds Price per pound of whole and of chicken parts providing for the monev: If' the pricg pet pountf of of whole fryers, ready to cook, Is Cents 27 29 31 33 35 37 3 k'l 43 45 47 . 49 51 53 55 parts are as good a buy as the whole bird? . The old geometry law the whole is equal to the sum of its parts does not always apply to chicken prices. Chicken sold whole generally costs a few cents per pound less than cut-up chicken. You would . naturally expect' this since you are charged a few cents for the cutting service, and, of course, if you buy only the meatier parts such as the leg or breast, you must expect to pay more per pound than for a whole chicken. Occasionally, chicken parts are as good a buy as the whole bird. A USDA publication from the Agricultural Research Service, "Family Economics Review", published a chart which gives a guide to these bargains. (Chart at end of story.) Now, return to that sale at your local supermarket. Pick up those drumsticks and breasts again. If the whole chicken is selling for 35 cents a pound, then chicken breasts are an equally good bfiy at 49 MULEKOFFSS, 2'i acres of everything for the home a a 9 a.m.-sj p.m. The American Style in Dinnerware - green and sun-gold in shapes primitive art of the Southwest , 20 OFF V ".-A . Gravy . Divided Vegetable Chop PJatp Salt & Pepper 1 Coffee Pot &Ud Sauce Boat , Oval Baker Teapot & Ud Cocoa Mug Pitcher, 1 Pint Other Pieces at Equivalent Savings r 'chicken fryer, ready-to-cook, equal amounts of edible meat Chicken parts an air equally flood buy If the price per pound l i .. .. Breast Drum- Drum-half stick stick Thigh , Wing end thigh Cents Cents Cents Cents Cents 38 35. (33 36 21 41 37 36 39 23 44 40 . 38 41 25 47 42 41 44 26 49 45 ' 43 47 28 52 47 46 49 29 55 50 48 52 31 58 53 50 ' 55 33 61 55 53 57 34 63 58 55 60 36 66 60 f8 61 37 69 63 60 65 3 72 65 64 68 41 ' 75 68 65 71 42 78 71 68 73 44 cents a pound, and drumsticks for 43 cents a pound. If the breast and drumsticks .are selling at prices less than this, you are actually getting more meat for your money, and the parts are a better bargain than the bird. But if the prices are higher, as is usually the case, you would save money by buying the whole chicken. "But if I buy a whole chicken, what would I do with the back, neck and wings?" you ponder. Broth Try simmering or stewin4L those parts in water so that the meat will separate 'easily from the bone. The broth with its bits of chicken can be" made into an excellent soup by the imaginative addition of vegetables and seasonings. Or, use chicken pieces in a casserole dish, in a chicken pie or even in an exotic dinner of chicken curry with rice. If your family loves fried chicken only, wait until these parts are being sold at good prices. A whole chicken is Safe In oven or dishwasher ; durable! -Ref. SALE $6.95 $5.56 7.95 6.36 5.95,,. '4,76 3.50 20 13.95 6.95 5.25 10.95 3.25 4.95 11.16 5;56' 4.20 8.76 2,60 3.96 hardly a bargain if various parts won't be used. 1 For many of us, chicken is a favorite 'in any dish. Knowing when to buy chicken whole and when to buy the parts can stretch your household budget just a little bit further. Better yet, this is a bargain you can spot without scanning those newspaper ads. You won't have to wait for that next v "sale" to save money. v ... Linda Gray To Wed Charles Marquardt MARION Mr. and ;Mrs. Wallace H. Gray, 120 Twenty- seventh street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Lou, to Micheal P. Mar quardt, son of Mr. and Mrs Mark P. Marquardt of Charles City. The couple will be wed March 20 in St. Joseph, Mo. Miss Gray attended Young School of Beauty in Cedar Rapids, and is now employed by Golden Touch beauty salon in Charles City, where she makes her home. Mr. Marquardt is manager of Olympia Lanes bowling alley in St. Joseph; v,r a 1 1 1 1 M I II 1 1 I !.1f i I til- rHrps"i Ijalls ,I'I-J -II ! lib VjrMSqU MLkWmm . ,J fcKvjj...... . - i fJiZZ. vr?e r-""( 5 " - i . , KW'Y 4 K Mil:'. t i. , p.tf:v"4: f irX! J FTrL Illlll . ..J..JLJ . As featured in the- pages of Better HPa Ibe Mki im HouseBcautiful Houses and Plans IIousc&Gaidcn Building Guide Engagement Cedar Rapids Miss Linda K. Bena and Garret B. Wedemeier will be married June 6 at First Lutheran church. An nouncement of their betrothal is made by Mr. and Mrs., Leo L. Bena, 624 Eighteenth avenue SW, parents of the bride-elect. Mr. Wedemeier is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd H. Wedemeier, 83 Wilson avenue SW. Miss Bena is employed by the Cryovac division of W. R. Grace & Co. Her fiance is ; serving, with the army at Fort Hood, Tex; , . ' Coggon Mr, and Mrs. Bob Clute announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara L., to James A. Brecht, son of Mrs Bernard Brecht of Walker and the late Mr. Brecht. The couple will be married at St. Matthew's Catholic church in Cedar Rapids June 27. The bride-elect, who makes her home in Hiawatha, is employed by Dr. G. R. Eganhouse. Mr. Brecht works at Collins Radio Co. and lives at 225 Eighth street, Marion. Cedar Rapids A May 16 .. 4 . . w. , ..0, ---w M the Stratford m MSvVMAN WOOt)S wedding at St. Patrick's Catholic church is planned by Miss Diane Lynn Bulicek and Danial D. Jones. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs, Charles J. Bulicek o 1818 second street SW and Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Jones of 1427 Yuma drive NW. Miss Bulicek is employed by K- Mart and her fiance by Quaker Oats Co. , ". ' Cedar Rapids Miss Judy A, Merritt and John E. Bohren will exchange wedding vows Aug. 10 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ira Merritt, 1626 Twenty-sixth street NW, and Mr.' and Mrs. John C Bohren, 1005 Tenth street NW. Miss Merritt is a senior at Ken nedy high school and her fiance is employed by Hinger Office Supply & Equipment. " . . Kalona Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Joan Anderson and Ardell Dean Gerot. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Theodore An derson and Mr. and Mrs. Ardell X.?V. if. Ly Welcome to the iSijrdatffmird a home of a new decade Here's an exciting L-shaped ranch shown for the first time today. Beautifully furnished in Mediterranean styling. The four bedroom Stratford features an inviting brick courtyard with a foyer entry, formal dining area and luxurious master suite. On the finished lower ' -' ..... level you'll find a family room with a log-burning fireplace, plus an activities room. Additional features include: -fr New nutmeg "distressed finish" cabinetry -2-car garage 1 -ft Sliding glass doors to covered patio - Westinghouse built-ins ft Anderson Perma-Shield double glass windows (no storms required) , -sir Glamorous new vanity styles . (Conventional financing) . ' A Limited Number of 7Vi Loans Are Still Available OPEN TODAY and DAILY 1 TO 7 P.M. Brentwood Drive" at 'O Avenue N.E. i Gerot of Ainsworth. The bride- elect is employed by the Uni versity of Iowa and her nance farms. . ' "" ' ; . ' ? , Riverside Mr. and Mrs. Irvin E. Grout announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Irene, to Douglas Bernard Duwa. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Duwa of Wellman. Miss Grout is employed by the University of Iowa Wendell Johnson speech and hearing center and her fiance is a stu dent at Mid-Prairie high school. : -,'vY'..;; Wellman Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Susan Kay Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dolash, and Everette L. Slaughter, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Everette L. Slaughter of Riverside. Miss Young is a senior at Mid-Prairie high school, and her fiance is an employe of Crandic railroad. ' . Cedar Rapids Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Recker of Dyersville announce the engagement of their daughter, Rose Ann, to Sidney W. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Smith of Seward, Neb. The couple plans a May 16 wedding at Immaculate 0.- " - Priced at only $29,650 Conception Catholic church , Miss Recker, who manes ner home at 1423 Eighth avenue aa, ; : a l Iff Vmewital is employed oy merty uwvuu. Her fiance, of 220 Ridge drive, Marion, is an employe of touins Radio Co. '. oOo Hagemans of Calmar . To Mark Golden Date ; CALMAR - Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hageman , will oDserve . their golden w e d d i n g an-, niversany next Sunday with a mass of thanksgiving at 10 in St. ' Aloysius Catholic church. ; A dinner will be served in the church hall after the mass. , There will also be an open house from 2 to i.':i ' Mr. Hageman and the former . Miss Rosalia Imoehl were married .Tan vt 1050. at Festina. Than Viava tan fViilHron- Miss Florentina Hageman, Mrs. Ervin Wenthold, Edwin and' Quentin, all of Festina; Ermin of Calmar, Mrs. John Kruse and Mrs flrnonrv Krienpr 0 f , Waucoma, Mrs. Norbert Kuen- nen of St., Lucas, Victor of C Decorah, and Sister Joan of West , Point. There are - 35 grandchildren. )IZOGRHXTJ UOLIED TERMS TO FIT YOUR BUDGETS 1 WJL fflW FF ' S

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