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Pa~e Six, Monroe Monitor, Monroe, WA., July 29, 1976 NEWS FROM SKY By Mickie Henry, 67%2202 good-sized crowd from many states in the union .... Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCarty of Bremerton were weekend guests at The main topics at the meeting of the Town Council on the John Henry home ....Pat and Betty Monaghan Monday night were the possible purchase of a lawnmower celebrated their wedding anniversary on Saturday and on and a discussion on a training center for incorrigible boys Sunday Clarice McCausland had a birthday. and girls who would be housed and trained in restaurant and hotel work at the Skykomish Hotel. Season Extended Town maintenance man John Moorhead and Council- man Uenrv were to look at the mower, that originally cost On BoswoFth, Ki $1,200 and is on sale for S450. The old mower, it was stated, For Rehabil itat ion in bad condition and too small for many tasks. Candidate Uhlman Will Address Valley Demo Club Seattle Mayor and guberna- torial candidate Wes Uhlman Will be the guest speaker at the July Sky Valley Demo- cratic Club at 7 p.m., Thurs- day, July 29. - er's Are you ready for the fair? , Since the training center for the boys and girls may have Bosworth and Ki lakes in an impact on the community, it was decided to hold a public Snohomish County are two of hearing on the matter on Wednesday, Aug. 11, at 7:30 p.m. nine lakes in the state chosen All are urged to attend and express their views, for extended seasons as a At a special meeting of the Chamber of Commerce the part of the State Game two main topics discussed were the need for a resident King Commission s rehabilitation County Deputy Sheriff, and Puget Sound Power & Light program. The lakes were originally Company's plan to move their crew to Kirkland. On the scheduled to close Sept. 6, first problem on the agenda, it was pointed out that there but the game department' were 32 burglaries in one week last year. It was felt that a approved an extension of deputy and car in the area would be a deterrent. A public season to Oct. 3'1 in order to meeting will be held at a later date. On the proposal by the electric company, the general harvest remaining trout pop- ulations, prior to rehabilita- feeling was that although we live in a remote area we tion, which includes the re- should still be provided with adequate service particularly moval of undesirable spe- in view of our winter weather conditions. Secretary Marlene cies, this fall. Loomer will write letters on both of these subjects. There being no further business the meeting was adjourned by President Darrel Joselyn. Police Marshal Ed Loomer was called on Sunday night to quell a disturbance involving a half-dozen people engaged in a fight in town. On the same evening he assisted the WSP in an arrest on a felony charge. In an earlier incident, Marshal Loomer stood by awaiting the Coroner in the death of a logger, Glen Swanger, 59, of Sultan. Mr. Swanger died of a heart attack. Mrs. Virginia Vaughn entertained with a luncheon at the Baring home of Mrs. Roy (Charlotte) Pearson, to introduce Mrs. Pearson to some of the women in the area. The Pearsons moved to Baring on a permanent basis following his retirement. Those present in addition to the (Case of hostess and Mrs. Pearson were: Crystal Walch, Ruth Golick, Eileen Kinscherf, Dee Bernier, Mickie Henry, Libby Donna Gibson, and Dolores Richards. , ** , , 120z. 15 off on TACK & APPAREL to 4-H members now thru August. Present membership card. II R XDLr. nohomish :: H iway 2 & Pine" 568-7877 1 ,(former Safeway Shopping Center) canopy.and van inserts %_ pickup and van conversions Canopy Country Auburn Mobile Homes Height Anderson Ronjo Manufacturing Karr's Korral Husky Canopies Vision-Alre Whosesale Travel Hortons Vehicles Smith Built Lobo Canopies Gem Top Roll-N-Homes Classic Secured Storage Rainier Canoav Church's Trailer Highway Trailer Kanopy Kingdom H iway 2 Located Next to Lobo Canopies a Monday - Friday 8 Saturday 10 - 2 -5 24 For s3.39) Tuf'n 45 Ready 3-Ply lO0's Heinz 32 oz. d d ,ucerne Doz. .......... J Kraft Miracle Whip s 1 Hawaiian Punch 59" Graveside Services Held for Calf Lever, Shced ...... 89 Gravesi eserviMurieldRd."ces were held Monday for Muriel A. ;__ Dressing ..... Kr~t'S'" 58 I__ Gatorade Lemon Lime.. 39' land, Accident Victim .... Safeway Wieners .....,.,,.89' ,ooo " ..... Kraft ,s...o Dressing... ,.,. 50' Whole Potatoes.. 4 ,,.. s 1 Whle Fryers italian Dressing ..... .... ,,.,.,,.,. 86' ! Kraft Cheez Whiz ...... ,., 79' Rodland, 65, of Rt. 2, Sultan, who was fatally injured July ~J =o,-', S zs 20 in a British Columbia automobile accident. Beef Pattees., ..... 2i Catalina Dressing $106 i Kraft Velveeta ........ ,,.,. s lS She was born Aug. 4, 1910, in North Dakota, and had been a Sultan area resident for the past five years. Mrs. Sliced Bologna ~,,.,.,,., 89" * I * Rodland was a past member of the Sultan Garden Club. Snow Crab Sections.. ,~. 98' 09 She is survived by one son, Wayne, of Monroe; one ............ wile Beans, 40 oz. daughter, Mrs. Helen Van Proyen of Sultan; one brother, Fish Sticks ....... c,,.c,.i,..,,.,. 89' Frank of Seattle; two sisters, Mrs. Viola Anderson, also ofMississippi Seattle, and Mrs. Alma Van auren of California; six Grown Snapper Fillets........ lb. 98' * * * c grandchildren and one great-grandchild, lb. s1 99 n I .......... Frozen, 8 oz. Choice, | oz. . Mrs. Rodland was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, s169 Stuffed Shrimp.. c.,,.,.,, Everett, under the direction of Purdy and Kerr, Monroe. Turkey Ham.. ,,. ,,.o..,....,b. C Blade Steak ...... ,,. s 1 z9 ...... Non-Returnable Bottles Halt Gal. Whole Hog 98' Baggies Bags ...... 88' Dry Milk 20 Qt...,..... 4-lb. s49 Bacon, Sliced .... s 1 J Garbage Bags ..... 71' Kraft Creme... ,,. 43" Pork Shoulder Lawn & Leaf Bags s 169 t Ry-Krisp ........ ,.,,,,,,.,. 7 3' Butt, Boneless ..... ,b. J Trash Can Liner .....'"',.,,0,, ,0, 99' Sunflower Nuts 75' Ground Beef ............ ,, 69c HVY. DUTY Trash Can "" _.,.~o.. S 17.5 ~1~17-~."L$~ Q~,c Leners, .,m.,., J Borateem Plus.. ,.. ,,..) ... . . Beef Top Round Stk. s 1 t1[ Comet Cleanser ........ ,,.,. 34' i Liq. Palmolive . ,,,,"""=,=,. ,,.,. s 1 oz Beef Cross Rib Roast Choice. lb. S 1 z9 Frozen Foods / Refrigerated Foods / :~:~:~:::~::~ ..... U.S.D.A. Choice i Hawaiian Red Punch 63' J o,,ux, s.c,o .. ,,0,. A**.,C.N p,oc.s Cheese. 8 5c Beef Rump Roost us0, s i z9 ~ AMERICAN irmL .... S 1 9 Hi-C Concentrate ..... .,.. 49 1 SUN- C Johnrs -ux= Sl- SafewayCheddar SAUSA= Pizza ..... ,,., .......... ,R,CA. .... 9 SHINE oz. Green Peas .......... ,0.. 27c .,... ,,,,.. ,. D Spaghetti & Meat Balls or C Bel.air Cooked Squash A,, inners Macaroni&Cheese Frozen .... 11.5oz. .. ,4., 29' Safeway FO.L...* , Bel-air French Fries ,., 26' C. aaA. Cheese 5 ....... ,,,d Sl,9 Sharp SlY9 C.,,, Sl,9 FIGARO $ Bel-air Spinach. 25' oz. oz. oz. TUNA ..................... 6 oz. - .......... RED Variety Dept. Values/ .AW. Crest Toothpaste ,... 7 t' Peak Season Breck Shampoo ..... $129 Rye Bread Mrs.SkylarkWrilht's . . 2 ,,.. 79' w.,,,.,,..Grown lb. C Bayer Aspirin ........ ~', S 1 69 MRS. WRIGHT'S Cucumbers ..... ~.,. 2 ~49c Stayfree Maxi-Pads s 1 Romaine Lettuce 2 39c Cricket Lighter. Dispes'kll ~ Emh 99' Mrs. Wright's Cinnamon Rolls ...... ,,,, 99' ' Select Carrots .... 2 39' Sl Zucchini Squash .... 29' =,R,, Liquid Gold ...... s 149 ,u,c,'""" Bars FrozenParty Pride ...... 12 ,.,.,,s Pine-Sol Cleaner. ,,,.,, 69c Thick Meated . Season's Finest C CHAIN 7 lce Milk. Bars 12" :;si 'lle'.oir$ For . m Cad. Macaron, With CheeseF,o.. 4 ,.,. i Sweet Red Plums... 49' F o m. TRU C r.~ ~-, r m do Negatives B,U Sandw,ch Cook,as ...79 Large Papayas ..... ., 59' k 1 7c $ 69 Green Cabbage :.%, 1 2" Sweet Dole .,, , ,:' Kool Aed ............... ,,0,. 1 Limit ...... pon. GoodthruS-7.760nly. Green Onions .... 2 =,, 25c Hawaiian Seattle Division Coupon. Cash Value 1/20". CHUCK WAGON ~---- IP& BEEF, PURINA II ([Pg . . . 40lb. Crisp Radishes 2 .. 25c lb. 2nd ~ Lincoln Snohomish 568-2104 Nooks and crannies: The Burlington-Northern Railroad held their annual picnic at the ballpark on Sunday .~ chairmaned by Sam Jordan. Mrs. Helen Stevens, chairman You '11 like our.. Great Variety of r of the town s Bicentennial grogram, chose this date also for the community picnic which was held in conjunction with Frozen Foods National Brands the railroad picnic Games were played and refreshments Dairy Foods & furnished. I IBakeryGoods at Low Prices! Mrs. Nettle Okerlund was a visitor in town last week. She reports husband Tom s condition remains about the ~ k~ j same and also that her daughter, Sandy, is to be married in aAUgust Bob Henry of Seattle visitedthe John Henry s for ~few days. .... ~ I II 1 Clarence and Veutonne Flynn spent the weekend in Tender Top Quality Fresh Enjoy Quality and Savings [Freshness Assured With Kelso where they attended Ve,utonne s high school class L and Delicious Fruits&Vegetables |n Safeway Brands pen Dating On Perishables reunion, held at the Kelso Elk s Club. Veutonne reports there were four of the old teachers present in addition to a