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e J PAGE TEN Monroe Monitor, Thursday, August 21, 1958 Too Late To Classify San Diego Residents FURNISHED one be~-, oom house ' Return Home After for rent, 443 Maple St., Monroe. 29-1tp LOST: Two 50' plas.tic pipes. Re- ward. Return to Hammerquist Shingle Company, Rt. 1; 1Vim- roe? 29-1tc MAYTAG Automatic w a s h e r, $90; Two sectional davenport (wrought iro~ legs) gray,'$75; Deluxe Westinghouse range, $200; Bunk beds., $30; odd book- cases and toy cupboard (paint- ed).$5 each; Table and chairs, (walnut veneer) $10; R a d i o combinhtion, $50; miscellane- ous items. Must sell this week. Evenings and Sunday. F. L. Whiteaker, Gold Bar. Inquir2 Three-Month Stay Mrs. Margaret Bascom Hotell and daughter Betty Ann left last Friday for their home in San Diego, California, after a three- month stay at the home of Mrs. Margaret Bascom. While here Mrs..Hotell closed the estates of her father and brother. Mrs. Hottell also visited form- er Monroe friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ritchie of Lowell, Mr. and Mrs. Jonus Holstrom of Marys- vii|e, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Raboins and Mrs. Gladys Engle of Ever- ett, and Miss Anna Sturgeon and Mrs. Mane Whellan of Mukilteo, where s h e . formerly taught Surig's Chevron Station. 29-1tp school. -~H ~BRE RI She also visited friends from San Diego who are now living in Kirkland, her father-in-law, sis- ter and brvther-in-law, in Ellens- burg, and other "relatives ,in Au- burn, Tacoma, and Seattle. ~HER/.FF Mrs. Hottel~ expressed her ap- preciation to all her friends and ~'-~ relatives for kindnesses extended I Gas forced air floor & wallI [ furnaces. Space heaters. Domes-| during her visit. | tie.commercial gas water heat-|down,, to CountyAg loPS. Nothing ~p 361 ____ ent | months to pay. I I GENERAL SUPPLY CO. i (,,-rrinued frnm Pa~e 1:, | Monroe tfc PY 4-64011 --m. probably not as great as some of :L - those who are not on DHIA testing. The testing program is a real tool KE[TH NEON the .dairyman can use to keep the cows that are paying the best in his herd, and by keeping hei- fers out of his high producing cows cart build up his herd. If you aren't testing now and want m Signs and Service Only Neon Manufac- turers in Snohomish County 2516 Wemore Everett, Washington Phone BAvlew 6763 m, EVERETT RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS DARIGOLD CANNED MILK Tall Cans 7 for q Town House Bartlett Pears . Highway Brand Pork and Beans. Libby's Tomato Cutsup . Libby's Potbed Meats [] [] Large No. Z~ C~s - 3/Sl Large No. ZVz Cans " [] 6/Sl 14~oz. Bottle 6/Sl 3-oz. Cans 8 for ,pc TAaDarbeni~ ~fiiifi g.~_ ~_ l_r m t|. _ . LaLaai Sliced PINEAPPLE . . . . Titan Cut Brand QREEN BEANS.... ,,A :~:. T'mting --Moth Proofing Wall to Wall Carpets to test, contact one of the DHIA Skylark -- Sliced board f directrs r let us knw F R E N C H BREA! "-in the office. m Cards, Rams Tang Salad Dressing ,ua~J~ (Continued from Page 1) siderable action with the Rams. George Strugar, the Reton Nu Made Quart Jar strongboy, has been elevated to~amad 0iS 55 first team defensive tackle with m , the Angelenos, and colorful Bob- 15-oz. Cans by Cox, the Wall Walla Golden With Beans SlOO Boy, will more than likely be Dennisons Chili 4 for, quarterbacking the Rams when they play in Seattle. 24-oz. Bottle ]2-oz. Cans 12for,I 15-oz. Cans 5 for s100 16-oz. Cans 10 for '1 STARKIST TUNA Chunk Style -- New family size 10-oz. Cans 3 for qoo CAHPBELLS SOUP Chicke~ Noodle, Vegetable, Beef, etc. 9-oz. Cans 6 for '100 PEACHES I, ELBERTA- Washington Grownl Buy Now A+ Flavor Peak -- Safeway is Headquarfers for CANNING PEACHES in Your Home. endless,The list of grid greats is almoStbut many a starm__,umberjack Syrup ;,o39~ Fumm 7 9 FRF_~: Estimates--pick-up fall by the wayside by the time'. I and delivery, the official pro season opens , , . ,qb~mlhm BAview 1261 2807 HewiU. 42-tfe ,forsnlaterrookiesgamein theisandYear.thetheteStingTheline prc-sea-ofground]astNalley's Beef Stew . q 75.oz~gj: ~;; ItJ " defens~ for ve~rans seekirtg to 'z2"3 Bartlett Pears ~e,~e~e~.e~e,~HamburgerGhips"" ,..:.. ~ A-I/AL 0 N o,youngsters looking for their SEEDLESS GRAPES ................ 2-lbs...29 job~." All in all, it adds up to an exciting afternoon. ~ _ _ __ 12-o~ ~ Fancy and Extra Fancy Fancy Concords , 5-lb. Basket H R" ~ RathsLunch Meat 49~ CAN NOW for Wmter enjoyment JELLY GRAPES 49C MONROE 4 lbbons ...., ~.II ............. ' .................... ' ~ " ' 4r'4r'4c'~r4 " '-- ,',n li_ ~J~d[~ Clean-Washed Netted Gems 50-lb. Sv Nine Lives -- All Tuna ~oz. ~anS LO-ID. q~Iu]il i, 4e& ~AIIIApmlB qd~, Thursday,.. ~ Friday, Saturday t~i~tion;"~'l*' ...... Tina: ",-CWS~,zyder,P*,~- 2 blues, PetFood 9 forSl ~ox ,m,,o -o. ,,,.,-,,- -,, August 21.22-23 - ....; ........ :--- " ............... ; ................. 4 reds, 2 whites in dairy, baking .. " [] ._ _ ~0~ ~ ~"~..~ and sewing.Mary ~teffen, 2 blues in dairy; .................. ---:j ......... --------~"-~- -----T ~~;~~uMissin Brand El boe Style . m m m~~14-oz. Pkg. Into The World Beyond! Judy Steffen, 2 blues in dairy; P ~ T R (II A S |magiariDWhere Sharon Cook, 5 blues, 6 reds, 1 R ~t ~l ~B white in dairy, baking and sew- ~ k m- m m v m [] ~ v Mission Brand Long Style --18-oz. Pkg. ing; Larry Cook, 6 blues and 2 . ' ~- " 2fo 41 reds in dairy and gardening; ~ Spagheth r Burr Frohning, S blues, 4 reds, U.S. Choice ~rade4 " 41~ 8~ " " " 6 whites in cooking,-gardening, U~" Bu now POUND Hydrox Brand IZ-oz Pkg. and poultry; Tony Frohning, 4 Blade C -- y ........ . .. " blues, 3 reds, 5 whites in cook- Diamond F- 6-I0 lb. Sides ~ ~~ ~ Sgflshlne Cookies ~9 ing garde~g andsewin~. PIECE BACON ......... : .............. .._ lb.59c Terry Meier, 4 blues, 3 reds, Pound and l white in dairy and ,arden- U.S. ChoIceBEEF RUMP ROAST 79~ ROYAL RED CRAB ?EAT. ifrg; Larry Skogland, 2 blues, 3 i reds, 4 whites in dairy and gap- mm : : n m m m, nd SB~ye ::w 5t .dening;MargaretFlemi~nglblue, BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK " 3 reds, 2 white in baking and snacks or in cocktails " home beautification; Charles Leh- 6~-o2. C . mann and Kenny Brown entered " vegetables in gardening, but their ribbons are not known; Helen Safeway Bran~ l-lb. Pkgs. Weishaupt, 14blue, 19 red, 4 SKINLESS WIENERS . . ~.... .53~ Stoekmupnow BathBar white in gardening, baking, sew- Ill. LdebouySoap . 7forq0O ing and home beautfeaton. ARM 0KIES :'ti551" "" Sharon Cook was one of the , Reg~ar Bars seven picked from Snohornish !0UR'S STA~ SM i: m " 12foursLo0 County to attend the Puyallup " Crystal White Soap . ,.w er--co two members of the Club :'RE'H lIED SNAPPER ~s.~ Colors ' who modeled at the style show : were Georgia WilsOnweishaupt. and Helen~ " Lux Soap m-1 0r32~ --- ~dyEagles. '--~~-;PA L M O Lm v E ~eSoouPMix-Lzl~nBrand . .....41~ Ci~anerWash~ L V~ t 2Z.~Pkg.? .'.. ,~mdayMondayOlzlY rConUnued,-- ~.e 1, . . . Rinso,,e,e,~,,n, . , . . . ". - August 24-25 Auxiliary on August 27. The ob- ~ ~ ject of the party is for mem- Regular,Bars. WtonBrand -. uxso. I be~ to come dressed in an out- um0n b0up miX 2 for Bath Bars I Bath Bars i fit that might be worn to school, 3for29 LiPtonVegemf~bleTomato sis 4i I1"1 - and bring a sack lunch. There will be prizes awarded for the best M p M 7 for SlO0 7 for $ back to schoolcostume. Sou mXm. ... . . On August 22 and 23, the aux- D ilmry is sponsoring a rummage TOILET TISSUE Lipton F~vored Vegetable Pkgs. Stock up now 16-ez. C~m sale at the Eagle's Hall on North Lewis St. A widevariety of goods will be offered for sale on beth days. PAVED ROADS IN PARK There are more than 100 miles ~--~IN=,M~..~O~== of paved highway wiffain Raimer National Park in . Washington -State. I ~ -- ATTENTION : , HOME FeEl=,~=e SPECIALS FARMERS l Wh,te Face C,=tom KaU,~ B E E F Veal, Bed &Pork 44 Processing 5c lb. Cut & Wrapped m. Monroe Locker Service~ Phone PY 4.2617 Next to Gibsons 29 3t* 4-Roll Pack 43~ '. POWDER ROOM TOILET TISSUE 4-RoIi Pack 53,~ Century Dictionary Section No. S- NOW. ON SALE Beef Soup Mix .... 2 for 35' Kitty Cat Food . . . . 2 for 19~ Lipton Mix Pkgs. Liquid Brand 12-oz. Can Green PeaSoup . . . 2for29~ Lux Detergent . . . .~'1~ Lux, Rakes.. . . . . 35 Lmpton Tea . . . . . . ..45~ :;,,.~ ........ '''' :'m. ~" Pkg" Lipton Tea Bags . . . . UlSnwasnernmm . . . .49' . ." . .... P r f c e s effective TImrsd~, August 21, through Satzrday, August 23, in Momree. N* sal~ ~ dealers, ~ te limR is ~erved " \