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Page Etght Monttor Monroe, WA. June 28, 1973 I covering from a stroke tn the hospital tn Leaven- . worth...Joe Almutt, with his wife the owner of a recreation home in Ttmberlane, ts re- cuperating in a Seattle hospital after the re- moval of a portion of his lung...Edd Penton ts recuperating tn an Everett hospital from recent surgery...Good news from Eva Wag- ner who writes that she should be able to return home early tn July. Eva had hip sur- gery...Friends wish all a speedy recovery. News From Sk By MICKIE HENRY 677-2219 l EIsa Strom Service Held Funeral services Libby, Montana, Mrs. were held last Tues- Darwin (Mary) Olson day for Elsa M. Strom of Monroe, Mrs. Betty in the Purdy andKerr Berger of Lake Ste- Chapel with Raver- vens, Mrs. Douglas end George Kopper (Shirley) Thompson of Once again we have raU passenger service double-wide mobile home .... The volunteer officiating. Seattle, and Mrs. Wil- between Seattle and St. Paul! fire department answered a call to Marlene Mrs. Strom, 69, of liam (Sandra)Mannick It is tnteresttng to note the various coaches Evernson's home in the Forest Service Cam- Route 2, Monroe, died of Bothell; twonieces, from many lines throughout the United States pound. Minor smoke damage was the result June 22 in a local Margaret Strindberg which make up the Amtrak Northcoast Hta- after a tree fell across the power line serv- hospital following a of Seattle and Mrs. watha after having watched the two-tone Em- tng the residence .... Lucy Spada and Mr. brief illness. Carl (Ruth) Easters of pire Builder gothrough for so many years, and Mrs. John Henry spent the week in Yaktma She was horn Oct- Issaquah; three sis- Residents cry out, "There goes the train." attending the Postmaster's state convention .... ober 30, 1903, inSwe- ters, Marie Erickson, You'd think we'd never** **seen one. Penny Crumpler and Eddie Peter are in Idaho den, coming to this Bertha Holmstromand visiting their sister Ernestine, who recently country and to Monroe Vendela Sten, all in Many have shown interest in taking theSeat- suffered a stroke ....Donna and Earl Gibson in 1921. She was a Sweden; four broth- tie underground tour, so arrangements have and the Orin Archibalds of Everett spent a Silver Star member of ers, Birger, Elving been made for a Wednesday trip that all may couple of days in Portland visiting Mrs. Lois Wagner Grange. and Bror Strindberg, ride the Metro bus down and back. Tate who is recovering from surgery .... Mrs. Strata leaves all in Sweden, and The only tour available to enable the pas- Jack and June MosleM's two mothers came up her husband, Carl G., Gunnar Strindberg of sengers to catch the bus on its return run is from Seattle on the Metro bus for the day ....two sons, Carl Gilbert Sitka, Alaska; 20 July 18. The tour Is reported to be quite The Metro bus for July 4 will make its run on Strom of Monroe and grandchildren a n d interesting for a nominal fee. Tuesday instead. Frederick Strata of eight great-grand- Anyone interested should contact Gladys Sul- **** Seattle; five daugh- children. ltvan or sign up on the list on the bulletin Pete sez he knows this retired fellow who ters, Mrs. Luster Interment was ln the board in the Post Office. took up gardening as a hobby but now finds (Dorothy) Brukett of I.O.O.F Cemetery. **** he has too much thyme on his hands. " The Ill Wind: Ted Kinscherf is slowly re- The St. Joseph Catholic Church in Golden, Colorado was the setting for the wedding of Miss Janet Elaine Barret and Patrick Fay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fay of Skykomtsh. Following the reception and honeymoon, the young couple will make their home in Colorado where Pat is employed. Visitors last week at the home of John and Chrystelle Maloney were Thelma Leavens, and Gerry and Margaret Ahern of San Francisco. On their way up, Thelma had a chance to visit Rachel Stevens in Oregon. Rachel, she reports, hasn't been too well. To entertain their guests, John and Chrystelle took them to Chelan. Guests on Father's Day at the home of Art and Mable Bean were Mable's son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Devlin of Seat- tle. Last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darthez of Seattle, Mr and Mrs. Jim Grubb and daugh- ter, MarUyn, of Pasadena, Texas, and Mrs Grubb's mother, Mrs. Alvin Petterson of Ever- Mt, were visitors at the Bean home. Noolm and crannies: The John Sargtr ons are happy about the arrival of their first orandson, born to daughter Kathy and husband. hn and Valerta have three granddaughters .... Surprised to hear that Chet and Doris Carl- son of Index have sold their home and are moving to Everett .... Alice Monaghan ts a btmy gal these days managing the Skylark Motel In the absence of owners, A1 and Inez Boffey, who with their three boys are on vacation .... The Cascadta Restaurant is now open all night with the hotel reported to be filled to capacity. Oh, maybe they could squeeze tn a few more .... Eddie and Helen Hornsby, owners of the Chalet, flew down to Reno for a brief stay .... Ted and Barb Ryder are due home soon from a trip to North Dalota .... Helen and Lyle Clark are relaxing and enjoying their vacation at the recreation home .... Jim and Carol Vorder- bruegKen are btmy moving in their new big Pre-Ballet Thru - Adult Sign Up Now for Conditioning Class Baby Sifting Avail. at the Studio. For Registration Call 568-2008 or 334-4180 Ask For Johnnie THE DANCE WORKSHOP Snohomlsh FRESH Beef T-Bone Steak q" U.S.D.A. Grade A Breasts, Thighs, & Drumsticks Sall~est/en Boneless u.- ,.,.-.,, ,.,d ,, Sl,9 II U 1~ II II II. 5-lb. Can Only $$.95, lb. Corned Beef Mild Cured, lb. ., ..,..,, S129 Beef Top Sirloin t.__L --:..,. 0,m,, ,, Beef Rib Steaks. Stall led $16| U.S.D.A. Cbeke, h. Saturday Night, June 30th Extra Lean Ground Beef. ,. sloe Beef Cube Steaks .........,. sl" Beef Top Round Steak sl|| Beef Rib Roast '"" Sl" . lb. ...... U,S.O.A. Cketce, lb. Every Melon Guaranteed By Safewayl 19 Each Sirloin Tip Roast. s169 Split Broilers .... u.,,., 0.,,. 59c Beef Patties .... ' .... Iwo.s, 30..z. $209 Sliced Bacon .... ""' SlS Sefewey, I-lb. 2-lb. Bacon... ,., s o9 Sefewy Sliced, Ee. i- Sliced Bologna. ,,..,., 99' Thuringer....*'"s , n. SlbS Time Trials 6:30 Racing 8:00 Tickets: Adults $2.50 Students $1.50 Under 12 Free "The Finest In Dirt Track Racing" (On the Hill Above Monroe) cFru/ts CVegetables Strawberries .. ,,c, 39' Tomatoes .... 39' Sunkist Lemons .,.. 10' BAR ,or HYGRADE Whole or Full Shank Half Water Added Cut from WI//e t 14-16 Jb,. lb. %j-- - Fresh Umes ...... ,.. 10' Green Cabbage..,. 15' Zucchini Squash. ,. 25' Mushrooms ......,. 88' Yellow Onions 3 +59' gel ........ - i :~!; 11!2:: :! ........ Potato Salad Lucerne, 324z. 65' C IS-as. Mild Cheddar ++,.,., +. 99 Swiss Cheese ..... s123 Lucerne Cheddar .+,.., .... 35c LUCERNE $.REOOEO Mozzarella .... +.,. 37 Sour Cream .... ,.) 35c Sour Half & Half 43 IMO Dressing ..... 76c Condiments & Relishes Cream O' the Crep, Grade A'A (Mad. g,) Oo,. 57' BID Salad Dressing 42' Zippy P ?I Dills.. ,.,..,.. 45' Zippy......,. ,.,. 31' Stuffed Olives 49' Mayonnaise ....... ,...,.,,,. 63' Mustard ...... 43' Kraft Bar B.Q ....... 49' Zippy Relish "" 37; . .llmbwl~, Sw**~, rJ~. Large Pitted Olives,...'-,. S S' Canned Pop Crugmeld ,..."u" Diapers New Ilem N ct.$~.M Ovw~lld 12.Ca,me Trephy IO-Ibs. 't --Vrgct Macaroni , c,.,. on~ . AUs~oe, 7 -oz. L,V- Pop.d Mixers Crqmeul .Plus Doluedt ,,,. ,,.q ToastEm' PopUps .... Bartlett Pears. ,.., .... .... Gal. Pop Crqmet Nee Rehn ld, I~J-OX. Chef Suppers... Eo,, 63+ Flour ..... Spring~,o~r Star Kist Tuna.. ~o,d~,h,., .... 55 42 33 Fruit Cocktail .r.., .... ,, .... 29 Ora nges ....... Town House 29 Pineapple .. s,.,,