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Page Eight, Monitor, Monroe, WA, JUly 31, 1975 ews rom By MICKIE HENRY 677-2202 The Skykomish Branch of the King County Public Library held a puppet show for children on Tuesday morning followed by the movie, "Nanook of the North", in the afternoon at the Elementary School. Kiddies in the area really enjoyed both offerings. In other news for the young people, a notice has been posted that the Red Cross swim classes will be held at Lake Stevens this year weekdays from August 4 through August 15 with the school bus providing the transportation. For particulars contact Mary Helen Stevens. The Great Northern and Burlington Northern old ttmer's railroad picnic was held at the ball- park on Sunday with a larger-than-ever turnout. Many old timers were present at the picnic. Games were played and free refreshments serv- ed for both children and adults. An added attraction was provided for theyoung people by Bea and Ray Parsons who brought a little four-cycle engine miniature Ford car for the youngsters to take turns riding around the park. A vote of thanks is due Sam and Sue Gale Jordon for much of the work involved in pre- picnic planning. Mrs. Chris Harris was appointed to the Sky- komish City Council to fill out the termof former Councilman, Eddie Hornsby, who has moved to Edmonds. Due to the resignation of Mayor Anderson, who has been transferred to Lake Wenatchee, the Councilmen will rotate each week serving as Act- trig Mayor until the Novemeber elections. Other action taken by the Council was the appointment of Gerry Ann Flyrm to the position of Police Judge to replace John Henry who re- signed. $*** Glenda Thompson and daughters Rosalind Philbrlck and Phyllis F reestad surprised Bryan Thompson with a 75th birthday party on Sat- urday afternoon, July 19 at the Thompson home. Many out-of-town friends and relatives were also present to wish Bryan well and vlsitold friends. A delicious lunch was served the many guests. Mrs. Donna Gibson entertained on Friday night with a baby shower for Becky Sanger of Leavenworth, the former Becky Hipp of Sky- komlsh. Refreshments were served after the guest of honor opened her many beautiful gifts. This was undoubtedly the largest baby shower tven in the area since the lovely one Oleda tbson gave to honor Sharilyn Shepardson prior to the birth of little Tawnya Ann. **** Mr. and Mrs. David Jenkins of Watpahu, Hawaii are the proud parents of a baby girl whom they've named Janah Leigh and who weigh- ed 10 pounds, 4 1/2 ounces at birth. Mrs. Jenkins is the former Kathy Sullivan of Sky- komtsh. $,'** Mr. and Mrs. Bill I-flbbs are also proud par- ents of a baby glrl. The little newcomer weigh- ed six pounds, fourteen ounces and Debby Ann is the name they have chosen for her. $*$$ Mrs. Pat Kvam suffered bruises and abras- We're able to help you with all Your insurance or real estate needs. 118 So. Lewis w]~ # Roll ........ per bale CO-OP, INC. Second Lincoln Snohomish 568-2104 "'Where the customer is the company" ions when her clothing caught on the car door and she was dragged ten feet by the car. Joy Joselyn, nearby, Jumped in the car and brought it to a halt. Nooks and crannies: Many local people at- tended the wedding reception for Steven Gibson and Dianne Stroud at the Everett Elks on July 12. The wedding details of the marriage of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gibson and Miss Stroud were given in last week's Monitor .... Wayne and Norma Jean Walls surprised her mother, Virginia Vaughn, by flying in to the Skykomish air field for a quick visit after their arrival at the Sea Tac Airport in Seattle .... John Schmaedecker, who worked at the big mill and left Sky in 1942, was back in town on Wednesday and visited old friends .... Mabel and Art Bean visited Bud and Sue Cole over the weekend at their home in Marysvtlle where Mabel was honored with a birthday party given by her grandchildren, Bud and Sue and Judy Bullock .... Craig Gallagher celebrated his 13th birthday on Sunday. A free film showing for school age child- ren is scheduled at the Monroe Library on August 4 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Among the films fea- tured will be "Paul Bunyan" --an animat- ed Disney production of the legendary char- acter, "Blackbird" -- a film that shows the mischief a blackbird gets into when he is set free in a house and "Expression Session II" - -which shows surfers meeting with- out rules or judges to express their creativ- ity on the north shore of Oahu sland, Hawaii. BETTY CROCKER S&W RED 18.5 az. C 27 az. 59' 15.25 KRUSTEAZ S&W OVEN Butter- milk 3.5 Ibs. C 28 oz. COPYRIGh~ 1960, SAFEWAY STORES, INCORPORATED Smok-A-Ronm, 5-7 ibs. Water Added lb. Beef-T-Bone Steak,.,.,.,.,.,.,,. s2" Lean Ground Beef ........ .. 89' Beef Chuck s12" Beef Chuck Roast. s12' Beef Top Sirloin Steak. %'. s2" SELF- BASTING 10-14 Ibs. NU MADE LOCAL Dressing 45' Salad Dressing. ,....,,. 99' Mayonnaise .... Sl' Safeway', policy is to provide our custom e~ with merchandise in quantities to suit thelr*needs. This year we have not been ab- le to supply your demands for canning lids & calm. However. this year we have distri- buted to our stores 27570 more lids & 200% more caps than last year. As quantities of lids & calm arrive, we will make them avail- able as soon as pot~ible. We are sorry for this inconvenience. Household Helpers: Downy s19" SOFTENER ..... t6 0~. Dish Detergent 0m~d a.c c~ lie Ceaw~. Sq~r c Cofleemate $1' Serving Suggestion Safeway Wieners 79' Pork Link Sausage... 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Nappa Cabbage ...... ,. 19' Select Carrots ..... 2 49c Large Eggplant ...... 39 Fresh Limes ..... ,.. 3,. 39c Large Avocados ..... 39 FRESH SWEET Washingtan C CHERRY 124z. Cap HONEYDEW Prem Meat,....... 89cMushrooms.:; ::': 42c SWiFtS _-_,___ Sl6' Bean Salad ""-"52c w,o, Chncxen ..,,,., ~ BUM|LE Joe c Oysters w. 63' Nalley, 15.25 oz. . . 8 oz. ""*,,=, Stew 55c "'"' B g ""51c ,,.,, ur er..,.TS.. Frozen Food Bargains/ Sausage. 89' Apple Juice ......56' Orange Juice.. -- "* m,,. French Beans S 3' Peas & Pearl 53' CHINESE S.L Vegetables.. .; 'T" S 3c Vegetables .. 5 3' Refrigerated Food Buys/ Gold-N -Soft 59c Soft Margarine. 69' C~r= Oil, I-lb. Parkay Margarine....,,.,. 75' Grated Parmesan...,...,,., s14 Grated Cream Cheese ...... ,-.,,.s. 49' Don't Forget Your Pets/ Pet Feed ITender Vittles ... 65 Little Friskies ,.,- s o4 .... 6,t Ee~l.l-lb. q~ i Friskies Cat Food. 2 ... 43 LUCERNE Half Gal. C LUCERNE AA LUCERNE SUNDAE STYLE C 2-lb. ,| BEL-AIR