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Cloverdale, California
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December 3, 1980

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Wednesday, December 3, WOO . Page IS FRESH FOSTER FARMS _ Die Body Fryers FOSTER FARMS FRYERS .... PA CIFIC of o1'? Snapper........... Chicken Bologna Or Chicken Hot Dogs 12 OZ. PKG. Q, BONELESS Top Sirloin Steak ;H BONE-IN ark Roast Pork Steaks..00/,'llb S Boneless Boston Butt Pork Roast 49 i _ elm39 of Sole ........... "1i b. lb. --  --i79 Ib Dacon n Fry Steak... dE, ,0 ,, d nmA,"e o**.,ck o,,nd Steak ....  ,0 -,c.  ; ;: ; l  INA " , folk BONNIE HUBBARD P I. " I KRUSTEAZ COMPLETEIk .'i 21OLvBO;T2c}L E FJ i,uttermiik )) ....... ........ i 00Detergent)l _  l Fabrnc . /IF 00ancake Mnx00 Sof?eper Fabric Softener 7 LB. BAG /11 .=___ _!sAv=sl.ee!==_____=_m .... ._._ - 49 OZ. GIANT SIZE PKG. I1 8 Fruit .. m  IIAVE 20cl Fruit Cake Pecan and Glazed F,u,, $349 Treat ea. Bread 1 LB. LOAF 55" 79c ea. :mrrmvmi0000 j 'N SAVE GIFT CERTIFI- )N S;L E/N ;cMOUNTS OF ';HARD TO SHOP FOR" PERSON OR '*THE WHO HAS EVERYTHING!" Lnght Tun Oil or Water Pack fBLE BEE unk 61/2 OZ. CAN Pamatomi Dutch Nut Italian Cbristmmatj Coffee Cake Breed $1189 j I LB. LOAF . ea,| TIhht $1Ta9 LIPTON KAL KAN TL.J [ ea Ba P.S. Chunk m Food ,__,I 48 COUNT PKG. \\; , /' . . ,,a.. E..a .ea.,, o, Oo,,n., u. I HOME PRIDE ,/ ;at Bread .I-OR, 4 OZ. CANS Paper Towels JUMBO ROLL IIAVi 24) R 24 OZ. LARGE LOAF 6 Oranges NEW CROP, ,VELS SWEET, EASY PEELING L B S. Apples WASHINGTON'S FINEST- EXTRA FANCY RED OR GoLD DELICIOUS & FANCY LARGE NEWTON FANCY ..... Potatoes SELECTED FANCY RUSSET BAKERS ..... Tangerines 3 LB. CELLO BAG ............ Cabin Still IKomtwqlky Ir moorhen gglbladkey 1.75 LITER IIAVl $3.tt1 9 Blue Nun 750 ML ', IIAVi $1.40) America's Cepp 3 Ilum uo,r,.,u= 0 9 750 ML IIAVl loll e her 179 i IIAVl 444l 6 PACK-12 OZ. CANS Cutting Costs with Coupons BY GLENDA OLAUSEN "YOgi IilAII IIINll IN P011111 IIIIPlNI r Sending for your refunds on a regular basis is very ,mportant Being organized will do you no good unless you make it a point to send for your refund checks as often as an offer becomes available and you have the necessary qualifiers The companies are now sending me an average of about $15000 a month in refund checks, this is because I try to be very consistent in the amount of refunds I send for each month I send out about one hundred refunds a month, lust to keep that $150 average coming back to me. "Doesn't that take a lot of time?" What hobby doesn't? But what other hobby pays yuu to do it? There are many ways to cut down on refunding time. You can do most of your filling in of forms and addressing of envelopes, while watching television, riding in the car, or waiting for your cake to finish baking. The important thing to remember about the time spent on ,refunding is, if you start to see it as drudgery you'll soon defeat the purpose of refunding. It should be fun to save. If you arrange your time so that addressing envelopes is something you do with something else, before you know it you'll have twenty of thirty forms in the mail, and be on your way to becoming $2000 to $30 00 richer next month. Purchase a supply of the least expensive envelopes you can find and a roll of first-class postage stamps. Mall your refund request before the expiration date. Once the date is past the offer is void. Waiting for your first refund to arrive will seem tike forever, but most refund offers take about six to etght weeks to process and return. Be patient, companies always send what they promise. The clearinghouses have to process a large amount of requests and, as a result, getting your refund can sometimes take even longer than the form indicated. The companies are quite fair in their dealings with refunders, and unless you have waited for say, three or four months, rd advise you not to write them a letter of complaint. There are occasional exceptions, when it may help to write a company a brief, polite note stating the name of the refund and the date you sent it in. Send it to the Cuatomer Service Department of the company that offered the refund. I put my refunding money into a special saving account. If your savings go out just as fast as they come in, they won't mean much to you If you put it into a cookie jar there is always a temptation to reach in and Spend the money on a lot of little things, but if you make it a practice to deposit your sawngs in the bank whenever it adds up to $5.00 or $10.00you will be able to watch the amount in your account grow. This way you can also save for something special. While waiting for your refunds to start arriving, continue sending them in on a regular basis, so when they do start coming back you will soon have a steady raceme. When filling in the forms, make sure you read all the information carefully and send exactly what Ihe company has requested. Set aside a area for your refunding. Some refunders like to work in front of the television set so they can watch their favorite program and earn money at the same time. I learned the hard way the kitchen table is not the ideal location for refunding. Just as you have everything laid out dinner arrives and you have to relocate. A desk is ideal, because you can keep everything handy, with a minimum of shuffling forms, envelopes, and papers. Everyone can find enough space for refunding. In Apartments or mobile homes where space is tight, organization is the key. People have sewing rooms, dens, and studies, but the refunding room will pay its own rent Disorganized clutter will eventually end up in the wastebasket, along with your refunding dollars. Set a goal, but be realistic, don't expect too much too soon. Remember. profits depend on how much time and effort you are willing to put in and upon your family's cooperation. If they are willing to try new brands, you may partictpale in more offers I am not usually faithful to one particular brand since my shopping revolves around refunding possibilities. Even if you refuse to switch brands you will atill receive refunds if you favor national brand items. All major companies offer refunds. Flour, sugar, eggs, chocolate chips, nuts, are all refundable items. Never buy an unneeded product just to collect the refund. I like to keep a record of all refunds I Send for. I have a notebook set up for just this purpose. First I enter the date I mailed the offer in, then the name of the refund, the address, including 1he box number, of where rm mailing the refund to. (A ddferent box number usually means a different offer, So you may safely mail away for both without violating the one to a customer rule.) Then the amount if it is cash, date received (when I receive my refund I fill in the date here) expiration date of the offer and free gift (if it is a free product coupon I list the product name.) EXAMPLE: DATE NAMEOF REFUND AMOUNT OATE EXPIRATION FREE MAILED BOX#ADDRESS RECEIVED DATE GIFT If you need or would like further information just drop me a note. To: Glenda Olausen c/o Shop *n Save Markets PO. Box 1040, Chico, Calif. 95927 THANK YOU VERY MUCH. Glenda p i l i n Itllm II m m IIlllHIIIm Illll 1 u CLIP AND lAVE i !p_nN Flour 67" IpEIN ALAMO BRAND Dog Food . , ." (WITHOUT COUPON $i4.75) 50 LB. BAG , o.. coo.o..ER co.,... $1 Q s9 CNE COUPON PER PURCHASE lib ADULTS ONLY! , WITH COUPON (COUPON EXPIRES DISC. Salad Dressing $1  mnnniIIImIIIIIII RAMEN PRIDE Oriental / SUPER MARKETS L OUIt NAMII Am_! Noodles All Varieties 3 OZ. PKGS. 750 So. CloverMM IIAVl 11, ON s PKiI.I Blvd. Cloverda le, CA. )R t1 I Nk)n.-Saf9-8 Sun. ]0-7 m /