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Page Ten, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Nov. 25, 1971 A PERFECT three-point deer was this shot east of Gold Bar by Pete Abell of West Main Street the day before deer season closed. Tee big fellow field dressed out at 200 pounds and it took Abel and his hunting companions, Todd Larson of Mon- roe and Cecil Rench Jr. of Sultan, an hour and a half to pack him out. Abel said it was his "biggest andprettiest deer ever". --Staff Photo Blood Bank Drawing Set Here December 2 The Monroe Blood bank will attempt to make up it's deficit with a drawing from 3 to 7 p.m on December 2. Arthur Curnutt, chairman, said the drawing will be held in the Monroe firehall in order to provide a central point for all Monroe donors. "In the last drawings March 18, we drew a total of 40 pints, which still leaves us 170 pints in the red," Curnutt said. He added that Mildred D. Johusen of Route 3, is a gallon club members having donated her eighth pint in April. Monroe Raises 670 In UGN Fund Dr/ve Safeway Stores Incorporated of the Seattle Division are initiating a unit pricing program beginning Wednesday, December 8. The program will be installed during a five to six week period with an estimated comple- tion date to be around mid January. The unit price tag will show how much each item will cost per a particular unit such as pounds, pints, quarts, ounces, etc. Unit pricing is designed to make the customer's shopping easier by enabling her to make direct comparisons between like items. Safeway cautions consumers to be sure to con- sider quantity and quality as well as price. Even though a large size of a particular item may be cheaper per unit one must take into account the amount needed in their in- dividual situation. For instance, a large size breakfast cereal may be much too much for a small family causing a considerable amount of waste. Quality also plays an important role in unit pricing's usefulness. A satisfactory balance between price and quality is possible with the use of unit pricing. Safeway's new unit pricing program has been tried and proven in Other divisions of the large chain. Washington D.C., Denver and San Fran- cisco have worked out many of the early probl ems encountered in such a program with the result that customers will find the pricing system clear and easy to read. I I I 441 Main Monroe, Wash. 98272 "Serving others as we would wish to be served ..." C.W. Kerr, Gen. Mgr. Monroe 794-7049 - Carnation 3334179 The Silver King Cafe Presents A Free Fashion & Gift Show Friday November 26, 1971 1:30 p.m. In the Main Dining Room Emphasis will be on "Gifts For the Man In Your Life" First Street Snohomish Acme, Fresh Frozen, 16-24 Pounds U.S Inspected for Wholesomeness (12.]4 Pounds lb. 37') Manor House Turkeys ] [ Safeway Turkeys I Self Bastina( Fresh GradeA I GradeA Froze'5) 17-241bs.(lO-161bs. J Grade A 16-24 Ibs. C 16-24 Pounds, lb. 45c frozen (12-14 Ibs. lb. 39') lb. L 45.$ lb 49r I Also Available, Fresh Turkeys, Stuffed Turkeys, Duckings, Young Geese, Turkey Rolls, Swift Butter Ball Turkeys, Turkey Fryers and Roasters. Sale starts Monday, No Sales November 22nd to Dealers through Wednesday 24th. COPYRIGHI 160. SAFEV, AY STORES, INCCRPORAT~O Boneless" -USD*Ch,,c. Koasr ,..fC,.k .h 88 Pork Blade Steaks 59 Sliced Bacon ' .... 's'"' ' .,toe,re ,b 69' Safeway Franks P"' " .... ,.,,, Pk, 49c SAFEWAY BONELESS Fully Cooked, Ready to Eat, Sold by the Con Only, 5-lb. Can $3.95 r!:. H a m s laneless (=khy Reded Up Wlwle W.ta, Added S-; ms. lb. 85 c INeless Skeuldet Pork Butt ,b. 59' Lean Ground Beef ''" ,h 69' Pork Sausage ..,,.,,. ,h. ,rideRoll39' Boneless Stew lb. 89' Thuringer Chubs ',maked'S ,h Sl" Shrimp Meat *. S2" Oy ..,. ,0 .... Fresh sters,,.. ,., 69( Salmon Tips,,.ered ,f.eds.,k *. 79( ead-on crash proves boys not "chicken" Why should you pay for irresponsible drivers? Safeco Auto Insurance is for families }ho get their kicks out of living. Find out about low cost auto insurance .. driver training discounts.., good stu- dent discounts Call /94-8771 Whitfield Realty & Insurance Monroe raised 60.2 per cent of its United Good Neighbors quota with returns of $3,670, chairman Gerald Streutker reported at the final roundup of efforts across the county compiled November 18. In Sultan, Gold Bar, Startup and Index, returns reached 88.2 per cent of the quota with $529. Chairman was Bill Turner. Snohomish reached 76.3 per cent of its $11,000 quota with returns of $8,390 under the chair- manship of Don Stuart. County-wide, $733,833 was raised for 1972, 80.2 per cent of the $915,000 goal. Hill Toppers' Chosen As Cycle Club's COLDBROOK rgar,ne Pure Vegetable~ ,.,~,u,.s .~,,s1.,, LIBBYS PENNANT Ince ForDeliciousAI For Your 45 Desserts IIUL 29"z.N/I O O Holiday Pies28-oz. C i Cans Jar JACK or LANTERN Full of Goodness 40-oz. Can1 C ALLSTORES Closed Thurs. Nov. 25th Thanksgiving Day HERE'S HOW WE MAKE EXTRA SURE SAFEWAY BRAND FOODS ARE FRESH (Dates on packages? We've used them for years I) The perishable foods Safeway manufactures or processes tarry doles which our store people use te make certain that only fresh feeds are sold. Being positive no cartons remain on our shelves after the printed date ensures that the Sefewey products you buy will remain fresh and gved far many more days with proper Mme refrigeration. "Sky Valley Hill Top- pers" is the newname selected for their club by the Sky Valley Motorcycle Club. The action was taken at the club's last meet- Ing in an effort to dis- tingutsh the name from a number of other Sky Valley club names. Welcomed as a new member was Dennis Rench of Sultan. Any- one interested in be- coming a member or learning about the club is invited to call Rich- ard Hill at 794-6725 or Garth MacDicken at 793-6835. The club will hold its next meeting at 7:30 p.m., December 1, at Collins Chevrolet on West Main Street. LOW EVERYDAY PRICES DON'T FORGET THESE STOCK UP VALUES REFRI(;ERATED ITEMS .... ,..,, ,.. 49'Ripe Olives ,.we,., .,. Party Dips ,,..,,,v.,.,,. eta 39' Stuffed Olives "' "" |erie Pi.ed Can 33 I~y laker Choice ef Asst'd Crmckese Topping , .... ,.=c,.. ,.-. c. 49c S&W Green Beans "4' .,.. c. 35' Snackers Pkg.33' Sour Cream , ..... Julienne Beans ,-... ,. ,=c... ,. 29c Minced ClamsTrader I. Z.Ce. 33' Sharp Cheddar lb Sl0S S&WApplesauce ,.-, 29' Mus earns Jar 33c Sdeway Pkg. ~1~1C Kuminost Cheese tee.. 95' Pickled Sliced Beets35 Viva Napkins *'"c.,- .,f..,., SAFEWAY SPECIALS LOW EVERYDAy PRICES Two Thefts (From Page l) I.ucernoSmooth __ ,,. . Adorn Hair Spray d 99' ~ewe I V4.oz. '- PededferYour ::)100 Apple P,e Spice- c,., c.53' No More Tangles In the second in- walkie-talkies, a par- HolidayRedpes B-oz. cident, thieves gainedtable radio, camera, a . v Pkg,. Pouity Seasoning" (.,.,("- 33' Reg. er Mint entry to a locked pipe and pipe holder, Roquefort Dressing 89' . .. ,.._ ._. o-.,..,. rumpx,n rze c. 49 Crest Toothpaste 73' pickup parked inthe check book and two 114z..~ alley behind Charles boxes of rifle shells. Sliced Cheese "er" '4' ,met,..,. 47'Black Pepper c. 49'Scope Mouthwash ,.. 77- Street by forcing a Value of the items was wing window open. estimated at $100. Swiss Cheese .... ,,,., -, 47c Rubbed Sage ,/,... ,, o.., (. 33'Vitamin C el,. 59' Stolen were two , Pimento Cheese '=" 47' Minced Onions -- ,. s3,, Sliced ,er 57c Polaroid 108 ,,,. STOCK UP ON FROZEN FOODS! AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE Any Make Automobile , + Parts *Adjust Bands & Linkage '*Change Fluid *Road Test Special Good Through November 26 EFFECTIVE AT THE SAFEWAY 806 W. / in St. Monroe 794-7600 Kraft Spreads ,sser , =,b ,lea 42 Cascade 98' D.e~le,d I i I I FinestFancy I Golden Centennial i Serve Baked II ams C lb. Bikini Panty Hose ,.h s14' lallaaamaaaaUalllil More Produce Values BROWN N' SERVE Is White or i/2 & 1/2 Pkg. Serve Warm of 12 C Tea Rolls Shy,e.kO.,i. 'kg. 'vv Serve Warmef 12 ~/t/ Bear Claws .,,.w,tgh.,, pkg on, Delicives ef tO ll Sandwich Bread 39' Poly Bag Bread o...,.,o.,,. """,vet 25' be Asserted Half Lucerne Sher t ,-s 65' Chopped Onions ,,.z. 22c Spe to.,. Broccoli ars ,as. ,h,. 29' Cauliflower ,..,t.., Free~ Pkg- ~P lltle Lemon orLimes Pitted Dates rr~ Boiling Onions Belair Green Peas '"*" Pkg. 20' i 2~lb. ,- ,. 79' Bel-air Cut Corn 20' Asparagus Spears ,e.Pkg. 59' I. Cooked Squash ,,..,kg. 20' I Whipped Topping Per'P" " 49= Ill 94z. Cir. Bel-air Pie Shells 39' Large Selection Crisp Sweet Pascal Ea. C Canned Milk ' .... ,ve,.,eted ca. 17' Marshmallows 'lb' 29' Fresh Pkg. Marshmallows f,e.P.. Miniatures Pkg. ~,e,~ Stuffing Mix .,,.wt,,h.Qvelity ,3-ez.pkl. "lrlAll~' Cocktail Sauce """' verity Ifl. 1 Tiny Shrimp ,.,,,i, ,.... ,.,, c. 49 Snow Crab ,.,,,l.Sl, PHrl tea Foil Wrap,i.hvec,.. f,"n." ,=, 53' Ivory Liquid "'' for Dishes ";t~: 59' LUCERNE Ice Excellent Quality Half GaL C @ Pumpkin 24-oz. Package C Mince 24-oz. Package C (~COPYRIGHT 1960 SAFEWAY STOR[:S. INCORPORATED !,