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Page Six, Monitor, Monroe, WA., January 6, 1-977 News From Sky mis aurant by Mlekie Henry--677-2202 open house on New Year's Day...Vic Anderson and son Harold from Olympia were guests of the Wilson Timpes last A dramatic fire took place in the early evening on Tuesday, week. On Thursday night Wilson and Joyce entertained Dec. 28 when the Christmas tree in the upstairs lounge of councilmen and other city employes and their wives. Young Harold Anderson entertained the guests with music andthe Chaletblew outRestaurantthe largeliterallYfront windows.explded in a mass of flames played on both the banjo and the electric guitar. Fourteen- There was evidently a short in the wiring of the lights and year-old Harold s name is likely to become a household no doubt the tree had dried to some extent, word in the future because of his musical ability...On Dec. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Marvonek, owners, credited the early 27, Art and Laura Henry celebrated their wedding anniver- hour of the fire, plus the fact the volunteer fire department sary while this coming Saturday the Ran Trammells will members were all at the station for a practice session, with celebrate theirs...Jerry Flynn had a birthday on Sunday. averting a tragedy. The department had the fire out in no * * * , time, no one was injured, and the damage was mostly from Pete sez that the word "Virus" is a latin medical term that smoke and water. The downstairs restaurant opened again translated means "I don't know either". the next day. The Ill Wind: Genevieve Hildreth recently had surgery on her hand and also one foot to correct a condition caused by arthritis...Oleda Gibson has been fighting the flu for 10 days or so. The Skykomish Theater is doing well under the management of school students who were introduced to this business venture by teacher Marcus Schluter. The young people are becoming experienced in the various aspects of business management and at the same time are taking pride in their achievement and having fun doing it. The latest films are being shown for the most part. *** Nooks and crannies: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gibson attended an open house on New Year's Day at the newly-built home of Jim and Marilyn McKinnon in South Bend...Ruth and Rudy Golick have returned after having spent the entire school holiday in Montesano at their place there...The Wednesday Metro bus was almost filled when it made its usual trip to Seattle last week. Some went along for the ride as it was a beautiful day, while others took advantage of after-Christmas sales...The town was filled with people on New Year's Eve with local establishments doing a good business...Pat and Betty Monaghan entertained with an Stop by and ask for our 90-day Super Saver Account. You earn 5%% compounded daily, annual yield 6%, on savings deposited a minimum 90 days. (That's' compared to 51A% annually on regular passbook or statement accounts.) Make the most of your savings with Everett Federal's Super Saver Account It's super! EVERETT FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Monroe: Main & Woods Everett~ladisonoSllver LakeeLynnwood ,0w,,0u,, Fruit Cocktail ............. 3 ,,...s] He will be featuring his famous steaks and prime rib dinners. BRING THIS AD RECEIVE 2 PRIME RIB DINNERS ,, ,, only $7.95 Forest Goodle Friday & Saturday evenings Goodwin January 7 & 8 only. OPEN FOR BREAKFAST AT 6 A.M. Shirley Winslo w will,be preparing Breakfast, 6 a.m. - 11 a.m. Lunch, 11 a.m. -2p.m. 116 E. Main St. Monroe % Area :ruction ing Hunters More Vandalism and litter in Game Department access areas gets worse every year, costing taxpayers more and creating headaches for Frank Dammarell, Game Department access maintenance supervisor. Dammarell said he hopes persons who view acts of vandalism or litter problems in the access areas would contact local law enforcement agencies of the State Depart- ment of Game. "We want the people to know w~e need their help to cut down these proBlems," Dammarell said. He cited examples of senseless destruction to access area facilities, including the theft of a $3,600 fiberglass toilet. "I still can't figure that one out," Dammarell said. "They had to climb over a 7-foot chain link fence. Somebody must have seen them." In the Monroe area, litter is the biggest problem for the maintenaocre crews. Several sacks full of unwanted litter, garbage, is taken from the access site under the Lewis St. bridge every trip, he said. Destruction of property is a common occurance at the Crescent Lake wildlife recreation area in the Tualco Valley, he said. Even remote areas are beginning to fill up with man's left-overs. A group of youths employed by the Department of ecology last summer carried 23 sacksful of litter out of the remote three lakes area. It is a misdemeanor to improperly dispose of litter in the access area, Dammarell pointed out, but more importantly, such acts end up costing the sportsman more money is license fees. Schedule Set Two weeks of non-assistance food stamp outstation services for January are announced by Ralph R. Rennet, Administrator of the Everett Local Office of the Department of Social and Health Services., This service will be available according to the following schedule: Monday, January 10 and 24, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Skykomish Library Building, Skykomish; Monday, January 10 and 24 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Sultan City Hall, Sultan; Wednesday, January 12 and 26 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the East County Senior Center, 12730 Chain Lake Rd., Monroe. Questions regarding the non-assistance food program and application procedures can be directed to 259-8686 or 259-8588. Any recipient needing transportation to the out- stations may call for that help to 259-8438. SAVINGS! UP TO 80% First Annual Sale Starts Thurs. I Jan. 6th Ladies' cotton CHRISTMAS 'BLOUSES Wrap Cards NOW Tags ,sizes 12-46 50% ,values to 9.50 OFF Girls' postage stamp NOW KNIT TOPS Reg. 11.00 Nylon Jackets Men's, Women's & Children's Gauchos I group Men's Toys SWEAT NOW Red Heart Wintuck YARN 1 group Buttons Trim NOW Children's Zippers 11' 25%o~F 80~ PANTS/TOPS Plaques Ribbon 115 W. MAIN ,oW..ou,, Sweet Peas ........ . Cut Corn 4 ,,...Sl ,oW..ou,, Chili & Beans ............. 3,,,.?1 AA Eggs Large C t.p., Lucerne smell Coal Town House Catsup ......... ,,.. 73c Nu Made Shortening ........ ,..Sl" Bel-oir Frozen Dinners .... ,.,,..49' Bel-air Fruit Pies ......... ,,... 4 ,..Sl Tomato Town House =45 46 oz. Coldbrook Margarine3,.,.s 1 co -,ROO, Soft Margarine . ,,. 39' TOWN HOUSE I CORN oil Soft Margarine 6 3' Who/. Kosher Style Dills, Hitch, an, Whole Dills or Hamburger 48 oz. Cralt Lucerne Cheddar Cheese Dill Chips ~,.:..;~. ....... FI~, TOWN " c I 2"lb" Sandwich Laf I .ous, Sweet Pickles 85 Mild Medium I Sharp Monterey ~ ,~ S279 s2" 1'2" S279 Prices effective Wednesday, January 5th thru Satur- day, January 8, 1977. Sales in retail quantities only. Empress coNcoRoG.Ap, Juice(:; :)63' I TOWN HOUSE Prune Juice ...... ,... 93' .oosETOW" Pineapple. .. ,.,,,,,,., 49' IHOusETOWN Apricot Halves..,,.,. 45' TOWN.easE Cling Peaches.. . ..,. 49' More Great Items to Choose From/ I SELECT p TrEo Ripe Olives. ,...,..,. 3 ,.,. s 1 NwMade Salad Oil...,. Sl 2s Salad Dressing. 87' I TOWN .OUSE Tomato .,,.,.-,- Tomato Sauce ,.., .... 3 ,,... s 1 Tomatoes ...... o.,,.,,d.,.., 45c I Applesauce ,ended, Tewn Horse, ,(le,. 29' SrE,NGRAVEN" Applesauce':Tk=' , s I o. 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I Fancy Fresh Mushrooms ...... ,. 98' Golden Delicious=,""? 3 59' Large Papayas ........59' Zucchini Squash ........ , 29' Green Onions ....... 2 35' Crisp Radishes ...... 2 35' Salad Mix ............ 39' Bean Sprouts ........ 39' New Potatoes .......,.,. 19' Yellow Onions ....... 3 49' Family Pack FULL CUT U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Liver, Sliced ,49' Roasting Chicken 69c Bacon, Sliced... s I Beef Stew Meat ....,.,,.., Sl" Beef Rump Roast s o, . U.S.D.A. at.Ice. Ill. l Beef Flank Steak s 1" Piece Bologna. 79' Pork Unk Sausage ,.,-.,,,,. sff h L Bneless, U.S.D.A. Choice Ik.89Cj Marigold 4's --- Baked Goods Homestvle Bread ~'*"" -.,...49c m Wk/te ....... Malt-O-Wheat . ,,.d ,.,... 49' w ,r, Nut Crunch Sweet Rolls...,, 89' Variety Department Safeway Vitamin E... s2' Toilet Bowl Cleaner S 9' Baby Shampoo ....... 98' Blade ~~!i~W~~irG~iy~i;:. or Arm I u.s.oa. k U.S.D.A. Choice lb. ) Beef P ate Short s49,, Breakfast Sausage ,,. ,.,, 2 S 69 S,lver Salmon .... ,,,,.,,-.,.,. 1 Beef W0eners. 89, I i 3 Greenland Turbot Steaks,.Sl Cut-UpFryers ...... w. 0 ..... ,.69 I: Z.Vgl Coupon Fish Sticks ........ ~.-,, ~.. ,4..s 10, I I "# ~,...................~ ..... .~ .............. . ,~ Fresh Oysters s 119 I IIIlIaBBIlBWiththi .... pan y .... y purchase Seven, 3.23 oz. Pkgs. of Jell-Well Pad- dings for Sl. Greond from U.S. Grown Beef Deluxe Toothbrushes 3 ,. s 1 Oven Cleaner ,~...,~ ...... ~',~ ;:i Bathroom Cleaner Ullumlmmmm nalmmumm unnnimm Jell-Well Pudding This $.25-oz. Coupon IIlIIIIl