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October 19, 1994     Mercer Island Reporter
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Wednesday, October 19. 1994 Mercer Island Reporter MIHS 1994 Homecoming an out-of- this-world happening Occasional light drizzle ~ which no one really noticed — and the loss of the Homecoming foot- ball game were the only downers of Homecoming week. “The rest was so good,” said Suzie Scaringi, secretary to Mer— cer Island High School’s associate principal. About 650 students attended the dance, the culmination of a week full of Homecoming activi— ties with a Star Wars theme. Gracing the food table at the dance in the Mushroom was a 4- foot-tall, 75—pound ice sculpture of Darth Vadar’s head. The senior class was the over- all winner of the daily competi— tions for points, with 2,325. Ju- niors came in second with 1,875, freshmen third with 1,825. and sophomores last with 1,525. They sucked jello through straws, hunted for jelly beans in whipped cream with their noses, scarfed spam and burped their way through the week. Classes also earned points by dressing each day according to themes like tropical island and outer space. Seniors won the mural contest with their Star Wars mural. Ju~ niors won second, sophomores third and freshmen fourth. SeA niors also won the Capture the Flag games, followed by fresh— men. and a third—place tie be- tween sophomores and juniors. Juniors won the float competi» tion. Freshmen placed second. sophomores third and seniors last. The Homecoming king and queen were seniors Alex Cheever and Jill Brazier. Kim Helsel and Keisha Knight were senior prin— cesses. Senior princes were Dan Kezner and Corey Weathers. Junior princesses and princes were Laura Reimers, Tami St. George, Mark Cristalli and Jeff Pugsley. Sophomores were Abby Neumiller, Jenny Oliver, Paul Cheever and Ryan Clarke. Fresh- men were Annie Coulson, Jenny Vetter, Erick Flynn and Alec Longstreth. The Duke and Duchess were teachers Bill Tougaw and Chris Bennett. The annual Penny Drive brought in $282 for Northwest Harvest. QFC’S EVENT SALE Great Deas Are Cropping Up Quality Food (Icntcrs Open 24 Hours his week at QFC, we’re featuring U. S. No. 1, new crop russet potatoes. They have been recently harvested and are fresher. Other potatoes have been stored for up to a year. What’s more, these russet potatoes are grown right here in Washington and spend less time in transit. So look for the freshest potato us. No. 1, new crop russet potatoes - now at a special price only at your neighborhood QFC. Ingredients 2 large baking potatoes, peeled and quartered 2 tablespoons butter Salt and pepper to taste Minced fresh parsley Garlic Mashed Potatoes 6 to 8 garlic cloves, peeled 3 tablespoons half and half Directions nd butter. Mash or whip Servings; can be doubled. QUALITY MEAT Beef Eye of Fresh Pork Loin Chops 14—17 lb. Loin . . . . . . . . . . . . Fresh Pork Country Style . .. l .49... Fresh Special Trim ._.2.99lb. Spareribs 14-17 lb. Loin . . . . . . . . . . . . Pork Spareribs Hormel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Old Fashioned Boneless Hams ...3.39.b. . . .2591... .. 2.1911,. Smoked Dinner Sausage . . 2.;29113. {Fletcher’s Water Added 3 lbs. Average . . . . . . . . . . . . Stack Pack Bacon Sliced Fletcher‘s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beef Hot Dogs Fletcher’s 16oz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Hillshire Farm All Varieties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . QUALITY SEAFOOD Fresh Alaskan Spot Prawns. .7.991b. Golden Dipt Lemon Butter .259... Swordfish Steaks Previously frozen 6 . . . 0 lb. for quality. . . Dill Sauce 12 02. Regular or Fat Free . . . 'W QELQ Quality Food (.cntcrs __..__.._.._._ Open 24 Hours USDA CHOICE Boneless Round Roast ‘20791b. ... 2.19“. Seafood availability subject to _weather and fishing conditions. Combine potatoes and garlic in medium \_ saucepan. Cover with cold water. Cover and >f bring to boil. Cook until potatoes are tender, ' about 25 minutes. Drain. Add half and half with electric ixer. Season generously with salt and epper. Sprinkle with parsley and serve. 0'2”. Prices eff Sales are in retail quantities only. Limit rights reserved. @1994 Quality Food Centers, Inc. 717‘ \' llllllll . ' "'Iil llll'. #127” At Your Neig hoo d QFC. Crisp Celery Fresh Stalks . . Yellow of Fall colors. 10 Stem Bunch 4lnchPot..... Ferns 61nchPot..... ,, 10 lb. I E US. No.1 Russet Potatoes .8. » QUALITY PRODUCE ......... .. .39... my Onions 5..../100 Fancy New Crop 14 oz. Package . . Cut Alstroemeria A good selection ‘ 9 9 ..... .4. .. Beautiful Azaleas Potted plants loaded with buds and blooms. 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 ea. ALITY FLORAL . - Quality Food ( enters i Open 24 Hours 5 Bag Melrose Apples From Skagit Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69m. New Zealand S Kiwi Fruit . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 New Crop Fancy Bose Pears . . . . . . .49“). Sunfresh Fruits Assorted Varieties 26 oz. jar . . . . . . Cascade Soup Mixes Assorted Varieties l . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 ea. 2.99... Outdoor Fall Bowl Assortment of pansies, Dusty Miller, I Shasta daisies and mums. 12 Inch Container . . . . . . . . . . 0 ea. Upright Foliage Plants .1 ' .01 . L g ,. if .7, giltlilriettes to i " 121.....me 14.99... ccttvc Wednesday, Oct. 19 thru Tuesday, Oct. 25, 1994. Dallas 6.99... Quality loot! t tntvrs Open 24 flours