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De Monbrun Mobil 15 Shur-Crop 13 Doa's Chevrolet 7 STATISTICS Butter 65c 292321privilegedKiWan|$(Cntinuedchildren--JoeCOmmittees m P eBrown,1) Shady Lane Fresh' Games Series E. ~urlang 202 ~554 W. Otterson ___ 528 S. Preston __- 528 D. Bertsch _-- 517 $. Danieison 212 512 V. Nelson __- 511 I~ck Nelson __- 504 VALLEY LEAGUE' STANDINGS W L Eagles No. 2 26 I0 Valley F'm Eqt. 21 15 Newt's Chevron 21 15 Larry's Food 20 16 Sportsmen Cate 18 18 Kiwanis 16 '20 Crowe!! Log 15 21 Li~ Gas 7 29 STATISTICS Games Series Chris' Engen 514 A90 M. Crowell 506 202 Ell Thomas 475 181 ~lroy Burnett 468 180 Scott ])earle 465 188 BUSINESSMENS LEAGUE STANDINGS W L Gibson Furniture 26 1~ Western Supply 20 12 ~td. H'warrners 20 12 Cummings Bros. 17. 15 Valley Feed 17 15 Monroe Realty 15 17 Minor Motors I0 22 Sultan Jaycees 10 22 STATISTICS Games Series Nels Carlson 256" 502 Rudy Bbrchardt /--- 490 Bob Poeednick --' 505 IUNIOR BOWLING LEAGUE STANDINGS "W L Winners 1223 428 STATISTICS Games Series Dennis J, 219 515 Joy Wagner 169 433 Donna Foxton --- 292 Monoske .... 245 EVERGREEN LEAGUE STANDINGS W L 7 Gene's Service 25 Lions No. "1 21 II Lions No. 2 19 13 ~noho. Auction 17 15 Union Oil16 16 Monroe Pack 14 18 Pastime Tavern 10 22 Stormo ~hake Mill 6 26 STATISTICS ' Games Series RUDY Borchardt _-- 513 Fred Geyer 207 , ~:529 Monroe Bowl chairman, Paul Balsden, Forrest TibbRts and Earnest LideH, and For your baking needs " .Vocational Guidance ~ Thomas . Cane Sugar Clough, Earl Moores, Cecil Kerr, n Clarence Peters and Gene Ern- 6ter, Game Dept. Report (Oont~nued from ~'~.,-e ", ing. The salt water lagoons will be utilized chiefly for pink and chum salmon propagation. Some of these areas have features which permit the mixing of fresh and salt water, others will have only an undiluted sea water sup- ply. Pollution Control Increased efforts are being made to control pollution. One of the most urgent problems is that of pulp mill waste. A practical method to immediately control this problem is by barging sul- rite pulpwaste to offshore areas Snow Star- Assorted Flavors Ice Cream [] Dole Tomato Juice Special buy, this weekend Heinz Ketchup OPEN PLAY Momtay fl~-ough Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.; Thurs- day, 11 a.m. to 8:4~ p.m.; Frtday t~ou~ Sunday, n a.m. ' te cloe~. 10 Lb. Bag 95c Quart Carton 3Sc Half Gallon 75c 4 Giant 46 oz. Cans sloe 14 oz. :Bottle ~ Each ! 19c SYRUP , 12 oz. )~c24 oz. Bottle.. ~1 ~ Bottle.. 49c NESTLE;S cocoa I lb. Can 45c " REAL BRAND CORNED BEEF 12 oz. Cans 3/$1.60 for dumping, a comparatively in- expensive solution while investi- gations continue to search for a AVALON MONROE Frlday-Saturday" January 3-4--- CLARK GABLE YVONNE DE CARLO 'Band of Angels'l BARTON MAC LANE "Naked In The Sun" BAKERY ITEMS CURTSY APPLE SAUCE RINGS Hal~ ~--- Fresb_ly Baked. 9 oz. Ring 35c e Curtsy ~ ~ of P~sins Package of 8 CINNAMON ROLLS ...................... 2% Skylark Loa~ RAISIN BREAD ................................ 29c \ Skylark Bread . Loa~ SLENDERWAY ..: ............ /. .................. 27c HIGHWAY APPLE SAUCE 16 oz. Cans. 2/2'5c PILLSBURY ANGEL FOOD 16 oz. Pkcj. 39c Early Bird Prices SATURDAY ONLY ~=~ -~o'" ASHHERE BOUQUET SOAP * .)~.)~L, 6:15 to 6:45 Kids 20c -- Open 6:15 Sunday'Mondar~f~r~~r~ 2 ~::~ 29e~apthatsme3sB~aer~gsular 29 January 5-6-- SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING Special Feature. 3 lb. Can 79c DAIRY PRODUCTS LUCERNE HOMOGENIZED M.ILK Drink milk daily ~It's good for you. Half "Gallon 46c LUCERNE . NON-FAT MILK Featured this weekend at Safew~y. Half Gallon 39c LUCERNE CHOCOLATE MILK children love this chocolate drink, Qua rf Carton 24c u WHITE STAR TU NA Chunk Style. 6V2 oz. Can 31c FLUFFY" ALL For ~ your washing .needs. FROZEN FOODS DOLl'S FRUIT DRINKS Pineapple -- Grapefruit Pineapple -- Orange 6 oz. Cans- 6/$1.00 "Bel-air, Fancy Grade. 10 oz. l~gs, BROCCOLI SPEARS ................ 5/$ 1.00 Bel~ir Fordhook I0 oz. Pkgs. LIMA BEANS ....... ~ .................... 5/$1,00 Bel-air Chopped or Leaf 12 oz. Pkgs. SPINACH . ................................. 6/$I.00 HILLS' BROS. COFFEE I, lb. Can 95c PiE CRUST 17 oz. Pkg. 33c 2.,,, o...i.~Z~ c~ e ,0~. *~ ,,,', Pkg ........ ~.};~ ~; BOx ...... l, ,#-.J~ ~ oz. ' Save money when you buy the ,big box The foaming cleanser 14 Cans 1 9" Oz. n ~.~ 23 lb. Box c~.o~AJAX CLEANSER 2/25'~ ......... "~aALL DETERGENT .'4 95 JANE MANSFIELD Th Ali' 1DEI'ERGENT " ". ~:89~ "~ "" DfSHWASdtll ALL" ' 49 "_____Kiss em ~ .... : .... ~v ~ oz ~c~; ~_.,,..,, . . . .. rgrmu ' Sunshine Krispy Crackers .................. 2 lb. Box 49c i CALO Prices effective Thursday, CHIFFONi s..day sm~ s:~s DOG FOOD January 2, t~ Sa~d~y TOILET TISSUE I Once Only Monday 7,45 16 oz. Cans 3and~ry 4; in Monroe. No sales to dealers, r~ht to 2 i25 Prices 60c - 30 2/29c ~t is reserved. Rol ~