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PAGE EIGHT Monroe Monitor. Monroe, Wash., Nov. 10, 1960 Wagner Community News The Wagner Sunday school de- partments have taken turns lead- ing the opening session the past three Sundays. The adult Depart- merit started with the theme, "Working Together." The Older Boys Class uged the theme "Ves- sels lMto Honor." "Why the Sab- bath qand What Is It?" was the theme used by the junior girls. The younger girls will have the service Senior Play Slated (Continued from Page 1) son, Phi]lip McCaffery, Jim Hager, Susan Erickson, Kirk Scott, John Mac Dougall, Judy Bloor, Delmar Fleming, Karen Skarberg, Ed Mas- sine, Veronica Van Natta, Sue Don- ovan, Gerald Johnson, Bob Felix, and Bitl Court. | Nearly 22 million Americans---13 percet of the population---lmVe no teeth. Two-thirds of ,the people 75 or older have none. Benefit Planned Stricken Family (Continued from Page 1) "It often ,begins at three months and gen'erally proves fatal by 18 months However, in the Edwards f,anily case, the' disease strives dur!ng the child's third year." Meanwhile the Edwards must wait out the tragic last hours of one son and hope upon hope that their youngest, somehow, will mir- aculously escape the disease. Hurbert J. Davis Funeral Is Fri. Funeral services are slated .at 1 p.m. Friday for Hubert James Davis, 86, Sultan, who died in his home Tuesday evening after an ex- tended illness. The Rev. Richard Anderson of Stdtan will officiate at the services in me chapel of Purdy and Kerr Funeral Home. Burial will be in Sultan Cemetery. Born in ColumbUs, Ohio, Novem- ber 6, 1871, Davis had lived in Sul- tan since 1922. He was a rmember of the Christian Church. Survivors include his widow, Daisy of Sultan; three daughters, Marguerite Sack of Seattl'e, Stella Smith of Richland and Patricia Breedlove of Monroe; two sons, Hubert' E. Davis of Seattle and Kenneth J. Davis of Marysville; three brothers, two sisters and 20 grandchildren. H I I Christian Reformed Church WEST MAIN ST. t MORNING WORSHIP AFTERNOON SERVICE 10.'00 A.M. 2 P.M. YOU ARE INVITED Sunday School for dl ages at 11 :lS A.M. le i []1 this coming Sunday. An all Sunday school family Thanksgiving dinner is scheduled aL 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, November 20, at the Wagner Hall. Families will furnish the food. A short pro- gram is being arranged for after dinner. The community was saddened re- cently by the doeth of Jim Guy. Mrs. Clarence Corey has receiv- ed word of the death of her brother at. Gregory, North Dakota, and left :to attend me ,funeral. Mrs. ,Leser Aldridge spent Thurs= day and Friday in Seattle at the home of her daughter', Mrs. Emory Shiplett. Mrs. Bob Larsn has received an announcement of .the birth of '.a daughter ,to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holman of Barstow, California. The baby was named Carol Lea. Harold is the brother of Mrs. Larson and lived in this community for many years. Oscar Gullickson underwent ,an eye operation ,last week and is im- proving. Mrs. William McPoland, Miss Claressa McPoland .and Miss Pearl Armstrong were visitors in Everett Additional Money Saving Specials THURSDAY- FRIDAY- SATURDAY CUBE BUTTERI Or Prints. LUCERNE. Grade AA. Sweet Cream ................. BUTTER--Get 75c Worth Free Details at your Safeway Store AUNT JEMIMA 10/2-oz. Pkg. COFFEE CAKE MIX ........ 39 AUNT JEMIMA, Buttermilk 2-Ib. Pkg. PANCAKE MIX ................ 41 BIG SAL: ONTINUI00.!S [] REAL ROAST 3-lb. Jar The Manager of your Safeway Store ...UT,U,R ....................... s, oo: k..sf .... ....... . ............... , A Half-Scale 1910 oDEL T Replica 3 HP En9ine RUNS AND HANDLES LIKE A REAL CAR! GET YOUR FREE TICKETS AT YOUR SAFEWAY STORE SWANSDOWN Cake Mixes LUCERNE Half Pint , Monday. MILK- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sh*rman th 'CH?ffliB S ml I theand children were dinner guests athome of the Wally Shermans invites you to ts savmgs event w sou .......... 29 " FinerChiCecakes---andf 9 FlavorS.withSwansdOWnonly easy beatingmakes in SultanSunday. 4 Sl The Wagner Comn'mnity Club held ts business meeting Wedr/es- @ T II  day and made plans or a Christ-  I "' , a mas dinner party. Cream O' The Crop Breakfast Gems F re Holiday CookS.chool ggs Large'AM :-'I " -- 'A' Large _I_'I end w d .................. DOZENI  B .................. DOZEN V V Draws 150 Ladies . (Continued from. Page 1) of M0nr,'.e, .and Barbara et, en- 00 non, Rt. 2, Monroe. Suga[ C & H brown sugar and conec- m CANDI CANE, Fine I b tiner, sugar went to Mrs. H. S. Clmrch mid Miss Pearl Armstrc'ng, ag  beth oI Bt.. 2, Monroe, and Miss all-purpose suga, .......................................... ...... Florence Sherman, Mrs. Dale Ma- dill, Mrs. Thomas Marsdea at.0 Mrs. Carl Sather, all of Monroe. Fisher Flouring Mills Company of Seattle gave boxes of Fisher flour and A'la which with a bex of C & H brown and confectioner su- gar went to Mrs. Betty Dean and Mrs. Virginia Brown, both of ft. 1, Monroe, and Mrs. Roy Berlin of Rt. 2, Snohomish. Two Breeders Noted 57,00(0( %ms2ed Hfololst Pnsa'sgemls)pect '- ed ,and officially classified och year. b VVVVv vvv "m- AVALON MONROE Phone PY 4-4S17 THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN. Nov. 10-11-12 12 ......... HE MOTION "PICTURE GIAq" oF 960 BY THE AUTHOR OF 'GIANT"  Someone else... i  someone else  lnstead [] ,. WARNER BROS. TECH NICOLORiil RYEINER.erHBRYiKE PLUS-- SCA-.IEDULE--- Thursday - Sunday "Palace" 8:50 Only 'ltTarztm" 7:15 On[y Friday - Saturday "Palace" 7:50 Only "T" 6:00 and 10:17 Open FrL & Sat. 5:45. ).m. Sherbet LUCERNE (in 4-Qt. Carton ................................ Gallon SlOO BiSCUiTS Orange Juice Roll 10' 5 = of 10 ................ Pillsbury or Ballad. Bel-Air Fresh Frozen. Premium Quality. 12-oz. Cn 39c Low Price. SlOO. PRESERVES Or Jelly. Empress. 3 - 20-oz. Jars $1.00 5 ::1.00 r Angel Cake Hostess Frosted. Ideal Dessert for any Occasion. ,,oz dQ Cake .......................... -Irv U,S,A,A, Choice. Full Cut, Aged Serve Swissed .... : ....  .............. : ................. lb. Cut-up .Fryers Manor "House Fresh Frozen MANOR HOUSE 4-oz. Pound Veal Cutlets 5/'1 GroundBeef 39' SAFEWAY -- Skinless Pound SAFEWAY SALAMI Pound Wieners 49 * Chubs 59  SAFEWAY LINK Pound Sausalze 59 ' SLICED Pound PorkLiver 29' --PICNICS--  MORRELLS PRIDE. "q0[ SLICED. 6-8 Ib ........... LB.,,,, I Candy Tuna DAINTEE IMPORTED ENGLISH. CHOICE OF 2 VARIETIES " LB. ' TEMPEST GRATED. SPECIAL 00'19' WEEKEND LOW PRICE ........................ Can Orallp, eS Grapefruil Texas. Juicy and Refreshing Special Weekend Price lb. Bas. FancY. Garden Fresh. Tops Removed CARROTS lb. P o, Fresh -- New Crop -- Large -- the Best ARTICHOKES ea. 2/29' Brussel. Garden Fresh. In Bulk SPROUTS lb. 19 ' APPLES Golden Delicious. Extra Fancy 2 Ibs. 29  BANANAS Golden. Perfectly Ripened. Low Prices 3 Ibs. 49' Beans GREEN BEANS. TITAN CUT 16-oz. 1 0 (Cs. of 24 - $2.39) ............................. P, ed P, Tea! P... P,. ,m, BAGS. LOW PRICE ............ of 48 qh# -u,. x,. NBC HONEY GRAHAMS ....... 39 SUNSHINE CUP CUSTARD lg-oz. Pkg. COOKIES ........................ : ......... 49c NESCAFE  Jar INSTANT COFFEE $1.15 i Jello Puddings ou ............... 3/29' .4-Roll Pack Sale starts 9 A.M. on Thursday, Nov. 10th thru Sat., Nov. 12th in Monroe. We reserve the right to limit quantities. No sales to dealers. SILK TOILET TISSUE " 3k )Reg. Bays ZEST BEAUTY BAR : : 2 for 31 Bath Bars ZEST BEAUTY BAR .......... 2 for 43c