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Page Eight, Monitor, Monro% WA, January 18j 1973 Ii News From Sk By MICKIE HENRY 677-2219 1 Residents of Sky are settling down to the normal routine following the holidays. We've had very little snow, but a lot of cold weather. One of our teachers, Scott Neff, had a small fire under the house while trying to thaw water pipes. Volunteer firemen and two fire trucks were able to save the Baring Store when a shed behind it burned to the ground one night last week. Puget Power employees put up the community tree in the town square and the Chamber of Com- merce distributed gifts to the kiddies. Joyce Timpe had the Christmas party andgift exchange for her pinochle club. Katy Foster- ling won high; Millie Pollow, second high; Pat Kvam, pinochle and Barbara Ryder, draw. The Kenneth Riemans drove their camper to Minnesota where they visited relatives and friends. They enjoyed Christmas dinner with Myrtle's mother, brothers and sisters. Dick and Dolores Richards have been visiting son Bud and family in San Diego. They flew down before Christmas. $$$ Gladys Sullivan had a nice surprtse when Kathy and David Jenkins drove up Item Caltf- ornia to spend Christmas with her and Pat. Her sisters from Portland and Spokane were also here for Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Hassell's son John and wife, Linda, spent a few days with them over the holidays. John is currently attending the Navy's Flight Officer School in Pensacola, Florida. $$$ Edith Weems Gordon, 79, died January 7 in a local hospital. She had been in boththe hospital and convalescent center since last July. Mrs. eardon has lived in Skykomish since 1926. She yes a brother, Wallace Furman of Black Diamond, Washington. At her request no ser- vices were held. Cremation was under the direction of Purdy and Kerr Chapel, Monroe. $$$ Leo Sherman, former Sky resident, also died in a local hospital recently follow ng a long ill- ness. The Ill Wind: Had you heard that Stieman Allan had a heart attack while visiting in Alaska with his son Jack? He is improving and is at home now in East Wenatchee. The Fire Department rescue car was called to the Wedemeyer home to administer oxygen to Lowell who was then taken to the hospital where numerous tests were administered. It was diagnosed as the London Flu. Many teachers and students have been absent from school, some quite ill, with the flu. Dolores Bertrand is recovering from a sprained ankle due to a fall. Mrs. Christa Crumpler is coming along fine following the removal of a cataract in a Seattle hospital. Recently a group of old friends got together for a night at the Everett Elks. Enjoying the chance for a good visit were Bob and Helen Barker of Utah, Kim and Jeanne Holloran of REFRI(;ERATED FOODS Seattle, Tom and Nettle Latham of Camano Island, Kate and Bud Valentine of Monroe and the John Henrys of Sky. Doris and Chet Carl- son of Index were unable to join the others as Doris was still shaken from a fall off a ladder. Randy and Kay Bertrand moved to Seattle where Randy is employed by an ambulance ser- vice and Kay went to work at a Seattle hospital. Nooks and crannies: Whether it was New Year resolutions or the aftermath of holiday goody rings, the ladies are meeting once a week at school for an evening of exercise class. All are welcome... Service has been restored on the railroad following a 48-car freight derail- ment in Peshastin . . . Helicopters around town are "old hat" by now. One parks in Jim McGrath's yard when not flying fallers and a survey crew into the Cashman Mining claim... .Happy birthdays to Reenie Hitchcock, Ethel i ierce, Jeanne Anderson and Beth Steele. And Mr. and Mrs. Bob Datema celebrated their wedding anniversary on Sunday. Soaps & Detergents ]BI)211 Calgonite.... . , 69' Dishwashing .... 59' Uquid Detergent . . 45" Su Purb Green . . . 49' Brocade Uquid... .... 39' Biz Pro-Soak ....,. ,... 79' Fabric Softener . 99' Ivory Soap ..... 9' Deodorant Soap 10' Truly Fine Soap ..... ,..L 1 4' DOWNY For Fabrics AJAX For te lr# 18 IIAI~ IIWAY Cinnamon Butterhorns... M,, w,,,,., ,2., 99c White Bread Homestyl* . 22-Ounce 35c " DINHER' SPECIAL Fried Breast of Geoduck Tender and More Flavorful than Abalone, Fresh from the Waters of Puget Sound. Served with Baked Pot and Cole Slaw Firlt KING CAFE Street Snohomish 6874589 Yesterday's Heroes In Funeral Service a professional reputation is as good as the last well-conducted ceremony. "Three generations of dedicated service to this community" becomes just another slogan if word is going around about negligence and lack of thoughtfulness in a service conducted last week or even yesterday morning. Unfair? We don t think so, because funeral service encompasses an area of human existence so sensitive in all its remifications that, like Caesar's wife, it must be "above reproach." We have always abided by this dictum and we intend to continue to do so. HOUSEHOLD HELPERS HEALTH & IEAUTY AIDS We perform services at the place of your choice. "It's Better to Know Us and Not Need Us Than to Need Us and Not Know Us." 701 First Street Snohomlsh, WA. Dial 568-4126 PRICES EFFECTIVE AT THE MONROE SAFEWAY ONLY (Home Owned) I Homestyle Bread vetheY Crked Wheat ooo. 37c Orange Juice hl4ir st,) t C 124z. Corn Cob gel-air frozm 4 iers Don't Forget These/ Ketchup 37' BOFriskies . 15' Catsup... 34' Tissue .. 4S' Prices effective Wednesday Jemwy I11k tbroqk Setwday Jewtrf ~qJth. No sales te dadas. Quarter ..... SlS Meat Loaf 69' .... h~* hdt SemqW, ,. Pork Uver, Sliced ..... , 55 mow. Unks ...... ,.,,.. ,... 79' & 141RVII Weiners ........ Thick Bologna .... ,,.,.,. 76' sausage .... 89' Chopped Hem... ..71, Halibut Fillets. Sl- ill Wldm Ihee, ,. Finnan Haddie ........ , 95 Salad Shrimp ..... Slo+ Cooked Sale Fillets 85" With Portion of hck Has hen Frozen U.S.D.A. Grade A |. Democrats of the 39th District will hold a meeting January 20 to elect two delegates to the Executive Committee of the County Central Committee, chairman Dorothy Me- berg said. .The meeting is scheduled for 2 p.m. in the club room at the Sports Arena on the Evergreen Fair grounds. Also on the agenda will be brief presentations by 39th District Sena- tot Frank Woody and Representative Charles Moon and Art C1emente followed by a question and answer session. A resolution will also be present- ed to the group providing that only elected precinct committeemen be eltgible as candidates for the posi- tions. There are so many ways to save at Safeway! You save with our low daily prices on fine foods eve-y day and any day you choose to shop. No fighting week-end specials, so you save time and energy. Also, you can make extra savings on our Super Savers. These are temporary reductions... prices even below our every day low prices Buy at the Super Saver tags in all departments. Safeway is a great place with great ways to save! Stode Up On These/ Libby's Cut Beam,.,'"',.,. 27" B Croamed Corn... : 25' l Libby's Green Peas .., 24" Vegetables .... 23" l Pillsbury Hour ....... .,. In Kitchon Craft Flour.. *1" Lucerne Dry Milk ..... ..,.0, elss Apple Fruit SO" B PinoappIo ...... :iS' Oyster Crackers ..... 33" Vlonna Fingers.. 67" Coldbrenk Soft l-lb. Don't Forget These/. LUCERNE Cereal Blond 22" GoId-N-Soft. 32' Lucerne HoH & HoH. ,- 34' Sharp Cheddar . Sl" Kuminost Cheese 99" (2-lb. Ctn. S/') , Soups Beef Steak '--' Sl" IJ.S.|.A. Clmke, ,. Pork Rib Chops .... Sl'S COlNID Brnsket ... Sl:: Lean Ground Beef ......,. 89' Beef O'a Roast ..... SlSS couNTIiY s.. Spareribs .......... ,.95' Armeur's Star (if Sliced lb. 89') O Special low cost Life insurance for beginners.., from Safeco. All you have to do to qualify is be young. Safeco's Mod 6 plan allows young couples or young singles to start a comprehensive life insurance program ',without putting a hole in their budget: Now isn't it great to be young? Whitfield Realty & Insurance 118 S. Lewis Monroe 794-8771 SAFECO INSURANCE Home O/rice / Seattle, Wash. CREAM O' THE CROP Large AA S 1c NALLEY'S Chili with ,,ozq HERSHEY'S 2-lb. NALLEY'S CRAGMONT 46-es. MRS. WRIGHT'S C Sunshine Crackers. ,,,,..,.,. 3S" "s Tamales...,..,.,,,.... 36" Steero Chicken Bouillon ,.-... 35c Starkist Light Tuna... ,. w.,.r. ,-0.. 49 Cragmont Pop (Nml-r.hlrNb|. ~ GaL 45')~1~ 16..oz. ~ . Relurnabl,s, Plus D.posilV |tls. d~d~ Rome Apples .... 8 Sl Green Onions.., 29" Crisp Radishes . .. 29 More Garden Items/ Crisp Carrots + 1 9c Bean Sprouts + 29' Eggplant .... ,0 29c No. 1 Walnuts+ 49 Serving Suggestions Guaranteed Fresh~ NO. I RUSSET -lb. Bag Deodorant. 69' ODial... .... 'P' Aspirin ,.,. 29' OBayer ..... $3' Vitamin C 99' ] Vitamins, Sl,, ]S Cop* ......... ,,.. 73" Bromo.. s.,,...,,,,.... 63" ]S Tablets... 89' ] Usterine .... SlSS Crest . . , 69' ePepsodent ...,IY?.;.S6' B Efferdent.. 89' Shampoo. 99' B Hair Spray $9' l Lotion 87' ]S Wet 9 3' Cleaner OBrooms.. ~...,k~ s19s Aerowax .... 83' Z Liquid Sl" COPYRIGHI 1960 SAIIWAY S,Olll$, INCO,FOIA,I0