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Page Four, Monitor. Monroe, WA, January II, 1973 houghts r Foo By I.AURENE PYSSON Monitor Recipe Judge You don't have to be a world traveler to enjoy a hearty German- style evening. Mrs. Amanda Beringer of 17629 158th Place S.E. will receive a year's free subscrtptlon to the MONITOR for sending us this robust, easy-to- make main dish which will be the number one attraction of our Ger- man feast. Pigs In A Blanket 1 lb. hamburger or ground round Steamed carrots would becompli- mentary to our menu, Just cookcar- rots in boiling salted water until tender, then drain. Serve which ever vegetable you prefer w|th a thyme butter sauce for a different touch. To m ke the butter sauce Just melt 3/4 cup butter in saucepan. Stir in lemon Juice, thyme and 3 Tblsp. chopped parsley. Pour over vege- tables. Add your favorite German-style beverage and you have a very fes- tive meal I 3/4 cup rice I medium onion finely chopped 1 Tbsp. salt pepper to taste Here's a tasty ttd-bit sent in by Mrs. P. Blats of Route 2, Box 77C who will receive a year's free sub- scription to the MONITOR for shar- lug this mouthwaterlng pastry with US. Cheese Dainties %= I tsp. Soya Sauce I can tomato sauce or 1 16 oz. canned tomatoes 1 medium head of cabbage Remove the cabbage core and set cabbage in 2 cups water and steam for a few minutes until the cabbage leaves are easy to take apart. Re- move cabbage from water and let it cool until it can be handled. Then steam rice in the water which was used to steam cabbage. Cool rice, mix with hamburger, chopped onions, salt, pepper, soya sauce. Shape into balls a little bigger than an egg and wrap each in a cabbage leaf. Put a few cabbage leaves in the bottom of a heavy kettle or pres- sure cooker, set the little "pigs'~ in and stack them on top of each other, making sure they are all wrapped good. Pour the can of tomato sauce over "pigs", fill can with water and pour over again. If using canned tom- atoes, Just pour them over. Steam for about 45 mim tes in the heavy kettle under slow heat or 35 minutes in a pressure cooker. Cream 1/2 cup butter and 1 small package of Cream Cheese (yellow) well. Add 1/2 tsp. salt, 1 Tblsp. milk and 1 cup flour. Prepare this mix- ture as for pastry. Roll out quite thin and cut into rounds. Spread one round with I/2 tsp. pineapple marmalade, cover with another round and press edges together. Bake in a hot oven till lightly brown- ed. You will find this a very different and delicious treat to serve. Mrs. Blais says the rounds may be cut larger, if desired, putting mar- malade on one half and folding over and pressing the edges together as above. Other types of marmalade can be used depending on taste, however, she has found pineapple goes best. We invite you to continue Joining in the cooking fun by Jotting down your favorite recipes and ideas and sending them to Laurene Pysson, The Monroe Monitor, P.O. Box 399, Monroe, Washington 98272. The MONITOR is unable to test every recipe published. We try to indicate to you those that are tested, otherwise they are printed as sub- mitted. Buck Morgan Now In Everett Well Child S.F. (Buck) Morgan Morgan moved to has been named Ev- Monroe 18 years ago erett wholesale dis- with his wife Betty C lin tributor for Standard to begin work for R. Margaret Btderbost Oil Company of Caltf- S. Francis, dlstrl- The monthly Monroe and Graham Swensen ornta division mana- butor for Standard Well Child Clinic will of Monroe earnedper- ger W.E. Grier an- at that time. Hework- be held at the Valley fect 4.0 grades to nounced, ed for Francis up un- General Hospital Jan- place them with high- Morgan, presently til the time of his uary 18 from 9:30a.m est honors on the fall distributor for Stan- retirement 2 years to 12:30 p.m quarter honor roll at Everett Community College. Other students from Monroe who qualified for the honor roll were: James Baker, Virginia Baxter, Har- dard at Monroe, will ago. act as distributor for The Morgans' and both plants Grtersald. their two children are The Everett plant is now located in a new located at Pacific home in Everett. Avenue and Hill. Monroe School District ry Bloor, Edward Busch, Irma Cabe. January 15-19 Lunch Menu Laurie Cotterill, John Davis, Jeffrte Dean, Laurel Hensley, and Monday: Spanish mon, Hash Brown Neta Welever. Rice, Green Beans, Potatoes Broccoli, Bread and Butter, Pudding, Milk. Three Monroe stu- dents at Eastern Washington S t a t e College, Dayna R. Brown, Douglas E. Elledge, and Ronald S. Manoske, have been named to the EWSC fall quarter honor roll. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert E. Spada, 495 W. Col- umbia, is a freshman Journalism major. EUedge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene V. Elledge, Box 147 is a freshman with an undecided major. Manoske, son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Manoske, 15012 181st Street, is also a freal man who has not de- clared a major. $10 For information or return of sample Book "Van Waters & Rogers" c DAY' UPHOLSTERY & FURNITURE 794-8039 Hot Corn Bread and Butter, Fudgies and Milk. Tuesday: Meat and Gravy onWhipped Pot- atoes, Buttered Corn, Bread and Butter, Goofy Cake, Milk. Wednesday: Chili, Carrot Sticks, TIot Rolls and Butter, Ap- plesauce, Milk. Thursday: Pigs In A Blanket, Succatash, Pickled Beets, Apri- cots, Milk. Friday: Baked Sal- - Yes Sir " I told you to always Curley-Johnston for good service. These clinics are held on the third Thursday of each month and are con- ducted by the Snohom- Ish Health District for the purpose of examination, immuni- zation and health supervision of well infants and pre-school children. Call 794-7497 for ap- pointment with Dr. Helen Cook. Above Board There is a good reason our office doors are always open to persons seeking factual infor- mation about funeral service. Today, because of increased longevity many people reach maturity without any personal contact with a funeral home. But vague stereotypes and myths do seep into their consciousness. We want them to know the truth about a modern funeral establishment and believe that answer- ing any and ALL questions openly and clearly, at a time when the questioner is not emotionally involved, is the way to do so. We perform services at the place of your cho'ice. "It's Better to Know Us and Not /Need Us Than to Need Us and Not Know Us." I {Home Owned) 701 First Street Snohomish, WA. Dial 568-4126 Choir Visits Snohomish A program of sacred choral literature will be presented by the Concordta Teachers College A Cappella Choir of Seward, Neb- raska, January 13 at 8 p.m. at Zion Luth- eran Church located at Avenue A and 4th Street in Snohomish. The 60-voice choir, under the direction of Dr. Paul Rosel, will provide a varied mus- ical program including motets by Bach, Sweelinck, Brahms, Praetortus and Ben- der and recent works b y contemporary American composers. A brass ensemble, guitars and oboe will accompany the choir on several composi- tions. Arrangements f o r this Choir's local ap- pearance have been made by the members of Zion Lutheran Church Choir of Sno- homlsh with Ted Rex, director. The Rev- erend Charles S.ym- mank serves as the pastor of Zion congre- gation. The public is invited to attend. Monroe I.O.O.F. and Tolero Rebekah Lod- ges will hold Joint in- stallation of officers for 1973 at 8 p.m., January 13 at the Mon- roe I.O.O.F. Hall. To be installed as Noble Grands of their respective lodges are Luther Lamm and Mrs. James Pate. The installing team will be officers of District No. 6. The public is invited to attend and refresh- ments will be served. Henry Bosch's Host Many Holiday Guests Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bosch of Mon- roe had a house full of company for the holidays. Guests included their son, Fred of Othello, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nicholson of Longview, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Bosch, Lisa, Kevln and Kyle of Yakima and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bosch of Monroe. After a late Christmas Eve dinner, the family attended Candlelight Ser- vices at Christ the King Lutheran Church. A high point on Christmas Day was watching their niece Lisa perform on television with the Seattle Univer- sity Choir. Lisa will also tour Hawaii with the choir later in the school year. On the evening of December 29 Mr. and Mrs. Bosch hosted another gathering of friends and relatives. Those attending were: Mr. Gene Drugge of Sunnyvale, California, Mr. and Mrs. George Brand of Everett, Mr. John Boyes of Vancouver, Wash- tngton, Mr. Fred Bosch of Othello and Mrs. Ada Drugge, Mrs. Ltl- 1Jan Boyes, Mr. and Mrs. Reg Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bosch and Tim Weaver all of Monroe. We dellver presto logs upon request Appliances Kelvinator Hotpo int Whirlpool Monark Stereos & TV's Packard Bell Motorol la Sales & Service Monroe ,pping Center 794-53~11 Inventory Men, Women & Children On Items On Selected Racks Hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Man - Sat Second & Cedar Snohomish 568-4233 We care that you get the most out of your electric heat service. Efficient use in home heating begins with proper insu- lation. Insulation should be installed above ceilings, in attics; in all outside walls, or walls that face unheated areas; under floors, in crawl spaces. Forced air heating systems should have insula- tion applied to all ducts in unheated areas. Windows should fit tight or be weatherstripped and caulked to avoid drafts. Double glass or storm windows can reduce heat loss through glass by 50%. Forced air system filters should be cleaned or replaced regularly. Base- board and wall heaters should be vacuumed often to be kept free of dust and dirt. Thermostats should be mounted on in- side walls, away from drafts; set at a single most comfortable setting and then left alone. Remember that each degree above 70", will add about 3% to your annual heating bill. Setting the thermostat back a few degrees at night or when you're away for several hours will help hold heating costs down. Care should be taken to make certain that heat flow is not impeded. Furniture, doors, and drapes should not block ducts nor be placed so close to base- board or wall heaters that air circulation is impaired. Keep your fireplace damper closed when you are not using the fireplace. Use your kitchen and bathroom fans only as long as necessary to remove odors and moisture. Each of these sources can remove much heat from your home.. We care that your home heating is efficient. We want you to get the most out of your electric service. Your PUD is concerned about the quality of your llfe. The good life is electric.