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I Page Eight, Monitor, Monroe. WA, April 24, 1975 Inventors' Day Exhibit Planned ews ram By MICKIE HENRY 677-2202 Even though a town is small and awayfrom an urban center, residents will have an opportunity to hear internationally known artists. Members of the King County Arts Commission share money to make possible a concert of the Philadelphia String Quartet in Skykomtsh at 7:30 p.m., April 28. You won't want to miss it. Outstanding duty performance at Clark AB, Philippines, has earned the Meritorious Service Medal for Captain Gary Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Henry of Snohomtsh. He was honored at Htckam AFB, Hawaii, !ii< where he now serves as traffic management staff officer with Headquarters, Pacific Air Forces. A 1959 graduate of Skykomish High School, he was commissioned in 1969 through Officer Train- ing School, Lackland AFB, Tex. Glenda and Bryan Thompson recently spent a week in Seattle with daughters, Rosalind and Phyllis and families and in Tacomawtth Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Hollister. Their grandson, Donald Freestad, of Oregon City, spent Spring vacation tn Skykomtsh. Robert Holltster, grandson.f the late Mrs. Mabel McDonald of Skykomtsh, recent- ly entertained the family at his new apartment in Everett. Those attending were the R.W. Holl- tsters of Tacoma, the Gtl Hornlts of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Dickenson and daughters Andee and Nikka of Puyallup, Mrs. Rosalind PhUbrtck of Seattle and the Bryan Thompsons. Robert is the new Manager of Everett Golf and County Club. On Tuesday night Pat Kvam entertained her ptncohle club with Joyce Tlmpe winning high prize; Betty Monaghan, second high; Barbara Ryder, pinochle; and. Ez eletta Edgar, draw. The Ill Wind: Two formerly Richards girls are in the hospital this week. Frances Cooper is in the Everett General with back trouble and Marlene Loomer is in Providence for sur- gery .... Little Tawya Shepardson is in the hos- pital with complications from a cold .... It's good to hear that Chuck Hattenburg is doing fine fol- lowing his heart attack. **$* A family dinner was enjoyed at the home of Naida Shepardson by her Dad, Earl Lindley of Monroe, Minard Shepardson of Rent,n, Sally Le Moines of North Bend, Rick and Sharilyn Shep- ardson and daughter Tawnya and Joy Joselyn of Skykomish. Nooks and crannies: Recently the Bert Tolers went on a little vacation to Grayland where they spent most of their time beach combing .... The Harold Villager, 43, has been named mana- ger of the Northwest Area of the Depart- ment of Natural Re- sources, which covers Snohomish County, ef- fective June 1. Villager will be bas- ed in Sedro Woolley. He had been employ- ed by the DNR for abOut 20 years and was as- sistant manager of the Southwest Area, based in Castle Rock, since 1"970. INSIJRANCERIOTECTION FOR ALL THE FARM Protect your farm equipment and property with complete coverage from United Pacific/ Reliance. Let us help you work out the best policy for you, so damaged equipment or prop- erty will not be disastrous to your operation. ;AFEWAY BAKED GOODS UNITED PAq31FIIC Mo. e 794-8z71" INSURANCE COMPANIES Whistle Punks Ladies' Pool team had a playoff for first place with the Sunset Tavern of Monroe on Monday night. The local girls ended up with a first place for the year with the Whistling Post Two team capturing a fourth place .... Have you noticed the persistent fisherman casting in the Skykomtsh River between here and the tunnel? The answer to this puzzle will appear next week .... Wayne and Jackie Jones left the youngsters with friends and took off for a vaca- tion in Hawaii on Friday. They will visit her sister and husband who are stationed there, Captain and Mrs. Gary Henry .... The following people are celebrating birthdays this week: Larry Wise, Lowell Wed,meyer, John Henry, Ryan Galagher, Rudy Gallk, Bob Bishop and Ham Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Clark celebrated their wedding anniversary on Wed- nesday. Pete sez: "AbOut the only person who doesn't have to wait on the doctor these days in his golfing partner.' ' Portion of Giblets incl. Acme or Barber Brand Frozen / Beef Rib Roast. " '" sls, . S" (vt, USDA Ch~ce, lb. Pork Shoulder Butt '- Beef Sirloin Tip Roast ,.,.,. $17 Cut-Up Fryers "" ..... 59' Beef Liver, Sliced ........ .69' Bacon, Sliced '' Sln ..... SnNik.A-Oemm, I-~. or 46 oz. i GOLDIEN Applesauce, .,k,,... 38 Fu nch Dressing... 68" Simple & Delicious. '1" A.CHOH Wexford Glassware HOCKING Homemaker's Collection Candy/Nut Dish,., 49c mmmmmmmmmml LIQUID Pepto-Bismol 0"7C TI~ ,.,.0/ mmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ~mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mm BAND-lID BRAND Plastic Strips | --c w:" BIl~ ~.~p*.. C.~ .=k,e 1 20.f o~* e~ mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm )mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m SCOPE Mouthwash 88c= ez. coupe. Sea.t* iv.d~n Co.~ t~ I p~ coven. C=~ ~ I / 2O 0# one tint. , fl~c~v~ ~wv April 26. 1975. O~ly, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Men's " ...o, Spray mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm In an effort to recog- el discussion to pro- nize the inventive tal- vide guidance to the ent that exists in Sno- homish County and to encourage continuing efforts in this regard, the Snohomish County Development Council ls co-sponsoring an "Inventors' Day" on May 24, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Everett Community College. Participating organ- izations include the following chambers of commerce- Monroe, Arlington, Darrington, Edmonds, Everett, Marysville, Snohom- ish, South Snohomish County, and Stanwood; and both Everett and Edmonds Community Colleges, Plans include an ex- hibition of those prod- ucts or ideas which can be divulged without prejudice to the inven- tor's rights and apan- inventor in making his invention an economic reality. Included on the panel will be a leading patent at- torney, an advertising consultant, a market- ing advisor and a member of the finan- cial community. The Monroe Lions Club will observe its 25th Anniversary, to- i ight, Thursday, with a dinner and program at the Holiday Inn in Monroe at 7p.m., Club President Bob Pollack said. Guest speaker for the celebration will be Lions Club District Governor Roger Rich- ert. He will conduct installation of new of- ricers and initiate new members. Anyone who may have marketablemanufacturers ideas who or Scouts Earn Trophies First place trophy was captured by Mike Ball. Vince Robinson gained second and Rlcky Hunnicutt, third. Cup style trophies are using locally dev- eloped inventions are Five trophies were invited to exhibit their awarded recently to models or drawings. Pine Wood Derby win- ners from Cub Scout Those wishing to par- Pack 27 of Monroe. ticipate should contact the Economic Dev- elopment Council or their local chamber of commerce to obtain the necessary inform- ation. There will be a nominal display fee of $1. were presented to Brent Roberts, fourth, and Bill Martin, fifth. The five will be eli- gible to compete in the Evergreen District Pine Wood Derby, scheduled to be held May 10 during Scout- O-Ram, at the Ever- green State F air- grounds. Town House 46 OZ. Shortening 69 3-lb. Veal Round Steak U.S.D.A. Goed Full Cut lb. For a Change in the Menu Veal Loin Chops.. s16' Veal Rib Chops... SlS' Veal Blade Roast. 89' Veal Sirloin Steak """ s16' . . . GNd, lk, Veal Breast ....... ,.-.,. 59' +, BeefT0p Round Steak Or Bottom U.S.D.A. Choice lb. Whiting Fish ....... 49' Fish Crisps .......... 99' Price, oflective Wednesday, April 23rd thru Saturday April 26~, 1975. Sales in retail quantities only. Salad Dressing " I " "', 0'I $1OS Mayonnaise ...... ....,0,. *1=" Shortening .... Dish Liquid C 0Z. $' O0 6 oz. CHUN KING Asst. Dinners s16s 42 oz. For An Oriental Dinner/ i (:HOW .,,. Noodles ,,..,,,---,..,.. $6" Soy Sauce ..... 37 24 oz. 4'S I GERMAN mm~emm s." L/IllS.,,... ,._,,, .... 69 ' i NATURF~_ .... I1__ (~mit.btg.N) ~ VALUEY %,~[q~illq~l~ ..... li,=. U U Egg Noodles. ..... 52' Beef Burgers ....Sl=7 Bubble Bath Sl=' IbrW, 15 ez. Bath Beads.. SlO Era Detergent... Cheerios Cereal. ,. 79' Ovenioy Soltlnes... ,.. 49' Cheez-lts.. 78' sum,.,,n,, Crackers. . ,,.,. 9 9" Sunshine 74" From De/Monte Cream Corn. .c..,,. 39c t CALGON wAT, Softener...... Sl" CutBeam... 39' ..... ..... ,_,,..z9, ' i Tomato Suuce '1 Cauhflower ...... 39 Large Grapefruit Russet Potatoes Arizona White .lb. Wash. .lb. Bag No. 2 Bag Leaf Lettuce,.,.,.... 2,. 49' Green Peppers .... 2,29" Fresh Artichokes .... 4 Sl Honeydew Melons.. ,. 39c Plum Tomatoes ..... ,. 39c Anjou Pears ........ ,. 29' SKYLARK Rye Bread 2,,..79' 7 Butterhorm 98' IMO Dressing. ,,.. 81' Buttermilk . ,=,..,). 74' NATURAL Mozzarella,=.,.. 69" c Cream P hrles .. ,_,_, .. 59' Chocolate Syrup.. 49" Serving , Suggestion / " Snow Star Flavors Half Gal. ( Safeway Frozen Food Value / Bel-air Pizzas... .,,.,.,.. 99 N acaroni Cheese. s... 4, Sl iGIANTGREEN Niblet Corn .... ....,...... 46' Bel-air Hashbrowns. J,. Vegetables -- : .Am *,*, ...... ... 77c Vanilla Ban Bans : 79 Encyclopedia of the Volume, ..... 69' Animal World Vol. 2-21 .... k$1" On Solo Nowl mmmma VIGORO SPAGHNUM Peat Moss i ~ 4-Cubic Ft. ling $ a Seattle Drv,s~on Coupon mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm AT THE MONROE SAFEWAY