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Page Eight, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Sept. 2, 1971 Parents and friends of senior boys playing Bearcat football this year are invited by Coach Ed Lucero to a "photo session" froml to 2 p.m., Saturday, on the football field. Lucero said he had received several requests for pictures of the 19 team members playing their last year and decided to set one time when everyone who wanted to could come and take pictures. "The Seniors will be in uniform and will run, kick or pass, whatever is asked of them, ' ' Lucero said. "The other coaches and I will be on hand to help in whatever way we can." MOBILE mu nivou =uv .. voun McmmoN pm'wmu. :oun uonu u.rr nQU,ppIO wrrH A 80 Ft. ANTENNA WU3. CALL AT YOUR HOME on ApT. Ion D"UONS'rnATmN We Service All Makes of TV. TV 202 W. Main SALES &-SERVICE. Monroe Are you protected against the unex- pected? Like a car crashing into your living room ? An explosion ? Extreme storm damage ? Safeco expects the u nexpected. We'll write your Safeco Homeowner's policy to cover the obvious .... plus the unexpected. Whitfield Realty & Insurance 118 S. Lewis Mon roe 794-8771 INSURANCE MONROE FFA mgmbers won an overall second place in the judging contest at the Evergreen Fair to become the only club in the county to win a banner. Teams placed fourth in dairy judging and tenth in livestock. Team members and a few of the others participating in FFA pro- jects at the fair are, front row .rom left, Rolan King, Desa Gese, Wayne Steffen, Paul McIlrath and Ben Eppinga, and back row from left, Advisor Dennis M lliken, Jim Belgum, Martin Korf, Jeff Sandbak and Advisor Jim Cockle. --Staff Photo daycees Operating Fair Lost Parent Center If parents get lost from their children during the Evergreen Fair, a good place to get together wa ain is the Monroe Jaycee information booth ere the youngsters will probably be visiting with the Jaycee Clowus. The Jaycees, with the help of the Fair Mates, are again this season operating a combination information booth, stroller renting service and aarent-child matching center just north of the ir office. Any child who appears to be separated from his parents and unhappy about it will be taken to the booth and his name and description broad- cast over the fair's loudspeaker. Heading up the project this year are Bob McCarty for the Jaycees and Mrs. Dean Harniss for the Fair Mates. The fellows in the fun- ny outfits are McCarty, Steve Holmes, John Reich and Don Thomas. Busy Baker Snackers 33c Kitchen Craft .... ,,,-,.,.arc ruuul ~.lq 7.a Baked Beans ,,.o.. c. 75' Underwood Spreads c= 53* All Safeway Stores Will Be Open Monday, Sept. 6th from 10 A.M. to 7 P.M. ForYour Convenience Smooth & Flavor Full MEDIUM Cream O' the Crop $, Doz. SHORTENING Velkay Smooth, "i I[eyj'm :1 :k'f . Wd8 d :1 Mild Cheddar Safeway Quality Cheese \ C lb. Fresh Milk" .... "" "" SlS HomegenizedCM. ppi , ...... 6',i-oZ. Cream To ng .,,hc. 49' Cheese L .... ,,,..,w, ..... Cereal Blend L. .... NoB DairyCM. LJ gell:welli Ba~a~a Jell-well Assorted Flavors 3-OZ. Pkg. Sale start Wednesday September Ist through Saturday September 4th. No sales to dealers. Cragmont Assorted Variety C 12-oz. Can Coldbrook arnne ~getable C lb. FROZEN FOODS LOW EVERYDAY PRICES SUPER SAVERS i Church D/rector~' :! ,~~ ! ~ ' 'i S:a:Du~! t~h STIlCSlhTOa?CI:9:1UR5C aH. m. ~" -'~ _ . in ~::,:O~o*::;::~ m Monroe Monroe Church Community Chapel Lewis and McDougal Sunday School 9:45 Worship Service 11 Sunday Evening 7:30 Midweek Service 794-8616 or 794-7237 SULTAN BAPTIST Rev. D. Prescott, 793-3901 Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a. rn. Training Union, 6 p. m. .Evening Service, 7 p. m. SUPER SAVERS SULTAN ASSEMBLY OF GOD Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. Bible Study, 7:30 p, m. Episcopal Church Of Our Savior Sunday, 10 a.m. South Lewis Street Homer Smith, Vicar Of the Nazarene Sunday School 9:45' Worship 11am 7prn 322 W.Main 794-8059 SULTAN COMMUNITY NiETHODIST Rev. C. Lund, 793-5901 Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Youth, 7 p.m. GOLD BAR OPEN BIBLE STANDARD Rev. E. Johnson, 793-5755 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Service, 7 p. m. STARTUP BAPTIST Rev. R. Grueneich, 793-2042 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Service, 7 p. m. Monroe First Baptist Church Sunday School 9:45 Worship 10:45 Evening Service 7:30 EVANGEL TABERNACLE Assembly of God L 123 North Blakely St. Rev. Roy Anderson Sunday School 9:45 Worship 11 am Tuesday - Prayer 7:30 pm Evening 7:30 Midweek- Thurs. 7:30 Pork & Beans rewnN.s, ";'-'25' Ddkieus miz Beans N Fixins B&K Luncheon Meat .-, Heavy Duty Foil ' 'Crelt 18"~$3 Mrs. Wrigkt's Stuffing Mix c T-Bone Steal U.S.D.A.' Choice Beef Aged for 'Flavor Corned Beef 98c res~ Cw* lb. Sdewey |e,,okss b Hams 85c Top Rounds "'" - Sl" New Yorks - s2" SAFEWAY Cinnamon R s Mrs. Wrights, Serve Warm C Pkg. of 12 Hot Dog Buns 35c Hamburger Buns 29c Sandwich Bread k 39' Oven Joy Bread =""..,25c Cudal amS Boneless S 71bEeter Added Delicious Many Ways On Back To School Supplies Filler Paper Typing Paper Crayola Crayons Fashion Miracle Stretch PAIRI Hamburger Relish z., ,,.,.,, 33c Hot DogRelish ,,,,,,... Sweet Relish,...,,.z"' Cucumber Chips z,., .,,. "7:;47' Whole Pickles 0.,,., "7 ;65' Game Hens Manor House Grade A Frozen C Nectarines ,.,sw., 33' Femi/y treat lb. J. H. Hale Peaches lb, Bartlett Pears s2r' Green Peppers Lwle Size Cucumbers u,,o.. 10* Romaine Lettuce ,,., ,.15' Charcoal Briquets 59' Brocade Plates -,ca, Paper ,f IH J1 ' Cold Cups Iloedwere, .... I~1~. ~n, Ideal f~ Picnics ef 100 ~7 Zee Tissue ,,,=,a c.,... 4 ,.,. 33' Zee Napkins '"" =.,,. .,. 10' Skinless Franks Safeway All Meat Plump & Juicy 12-oz. Pkg C Thick Bologna "" " ,,,,. ,k,. 59' Fresh Snapper ''",,,,.. 55' Salmon Tips ='"" Snack I'rm,t lb. Cooked Scallops S-,.-Treat lb. si7' Sweet Corn Local Grown Largo HONEYDEW Sweet Family Treat, Ideal In Summer Salads Each Ice Milk ,, Lucerne Half: Gal, ! Orange Juice -- OnionRings "35c In the Ov~ Pkg. Sausage PizzaDeliciusllel4b ,,.,.69c,k,. Cheese Pizza c ImlivtdHI PE~. French Beans "'" 25c GreenPkg. Reg. Cut Beans Leaf Spinach Chopped Spinach ,,.,..,. 20' Cut Corn .... ;,,,h r'.,.,! . 201c' Green Peas Mixed Vegetables "" ,o.,.,,, 25' Scotch Treat Favorite Summer Drink C 6-oz. Can O Prune Plums sw..,,,.,,=. 30-lb. |*x'Z.4t lb. 15' Fresh Eggplant -- ,. 29' Danish Squash ,-. ,.. 15' Sunkist Lemons '"" ,,,.. .10' Onio w,. lb" 29' Yellow ns ,. PR EFFECTIVE AT THE ;AFEWAY "I