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t_'agc l"our. Monitor, Monroe, WA, January 18, 1973 inar Monroe School District ( Th ght Snohomtsh legislature andfaeulty January 22 26 Lunch Menu o u s Fo r Fo Cooperative members fromWash- - Extension Service is ington State Unlver- Monday: NO SCHOOL Chicken Salad Sand- | By I.AURENE PYSSON " conducting a seminar sity's Department of Teacher In-Servlce wich, Cookie, Milk. I Monitor Recipe Judge on "Know Your Wash- Economics. Dr.'s Day. tngton .Tax Program" Bruce Florea and Tuesday: Sloppy Joe ! Degmnmg January 16 James Barron, Ex- on School Made Bun, | and 17. tension Economists, Green Beans, Pickle I I WOULD LIKE TO | Meat, the mainstay of man's diet, The seminar is de- will lead much of the Slice, Fudgies, Milk. | TH^ .,v ^,, ,,v l is also the most expensive Item in CHUCK ROAST signed to acquaint discussion. Wednesday: Chili, ] [ our food budget, peOple with the fun- The seminars will Carrot Sticks, Hot [ ic us AP u .u3- | Edgar H. Allen of P.O. Box 28, damentals of tax be held Tuesday and [ Monroe will receive a year's free flavor out of this world. A real programs and to keep Wednesday evening Roll and Butter, Ap- [ TAMERS FOR THEIR | subscription to the MONITOR for treat, them abreast of cur- for four consecutive P F%uMsUka' Hambur- I WONOERFU, suP- ] sending us this fantastic budget- Mr. Allen also suggests using rent tax issues and weeks beginning Jan- ger on uttered Bun, [ PORT IN HELPING [ stretching idea for cooking roasts, other vegetables with the onions legislation. One of uary 16 and 17 at two Relish Tray, French [ ME GET STARTED ] [ He claims you can buy the cheap- such as celery, green peppers, etc. the primary purposes locations. Fries, Carrots, Fruit [ IN BUSINESS [ eat cut of meat and it will turn out We think this would be a good idea of the seminar willbe The Tuesday even- Jello, Milk. I " I [ as tasty and tender as the choiest and well worth a try/ to provide enough ing sessions will be Friday: Soup: Split l I l cut available. Give his recipe a ... background on tax- held at the P.U.D. [ try and you will be in for a rare ation so people might Building in Sno- P e a or Tomato, I Di (Iggk)'S surprise! Let this "California Crunch Sea- more intelligently in-homish while the ,BARBER SHOP food Casserole" be the highlight of fluence tax programs. Wednesday sessions | your meal. It doesn't take much The resource people will be conducted tn Budget-Stretching Roast Idea time, Just mix it all together and appearing on the sem-the meeting room at / tnar program will be the Bank of Arling- you have a different and flavorful main dish. members of the state ton, Arlington. Sea- l 1 3 to5 pound roast (chuck or Mrs. John Weber of P.O. Box 267 stone will start at ' DINNER 5PEC At in Monroe will receive ayear's free / any cut) " Goodwill Truck subJect8p'm' matterand the samewtllbe Fried Breast of Geoduck ' renewal to the MONITOR for send- Tender and More F lavorful presented at both lo- p H than Abalone, Fresh from the / l mediumsizedonton ing us this change of pace idea. TO St0 ere cations. Registration forms Waters of Puget Sound. 1 clove garlic (if desired) California Crunch and additional in- Served w ith Baked Potatoes Clothing and house- formation concern- o nd Cole Slow $2095 I 2 cups black coffee Seafood Casserole hold articles whtch tng the tax seminar Christmas gifts re- can be obtained by SIL R'KIN6 CAFE 1 cup vinegar 1 pup chopped celery placed will make ex- calling the County F i rat Street Snohornish, 558-4589i ] Place meat on cutting board and 1/2 cup chopped onion cellent contributions Extension office -- | with thin sharp pointed knife punch 1 can shrimp to Goodwill In- phone 259-9422. | holes at random completely through 1 can tuna dustries, reports lo- [ meat. Peal and sltce onton in thin I/2 cup cashew nuts cal representative GREAT GIFTS | long slivers, pushontonsllversdown 1 can cream of mushroom soup Mrs. Margaret Skog- | deep in holes punched in meat. (gar- I small can of canned milk lurid. | Itc may be used with onions if I can chinese noodles The Goodwill truck 1 | desired), wrap meat seourely in foLl, will be here January FOR SAVERS | leaving top open but with enoughfotl Mix all ingredients together using 24 and contributors | to wrap on over and cover toplater. 2/3 can of the chinese noodles, then may cad 794-7405 to | Place wrapped roast in container, put the rest on top. Cover casserole make pickup arrange- OFFER EXTENDED THROUGH JANUARY 31 | pour vinegar slowly over meat, fin- and bake 30 minutes at 250 degrees, merits, ij J I Ji | tsh wrappiug entire roast with foil Easy and delicious, serve with a A leader in the field ] tightly and place tn refrigerator ov, r crisp salad, hot rolls or french of p'roviding work- [ night, bread and enJoy l training and rehabtl- | Next morning place roast, still Ration for handicap- ii*ii i iii ! | wrapped, in roaster. Open top folds We invite you to continue your ped persons, Good- | and pour two cups of black coffee participation in our recipe section will's ability to fill I .... V / pepper to taste, refold foil, cover Pysson, The Monroe Monitor, P.O. pendent upon the ] ' ............. [ ,,.o00 [ lven, allwing about 45 minutes sol roaster and cook at 250 degrees in BOXThe,MONITOR is unable to test399' Monroe: 98272. amount of material_ *,OOOEPOS,T J ,30OOEPOS,T J ' OE,OS,T [ I I I I ] the pound cooking time. every recipe published. We try to era and businesses. SALT AND P PPE, M,L [ Our roast was a Gourmet's indicate to you those that aretested, mttted. ": I f I I I I II g SI h I W k h ' " I I o::O0] Co e e ates co or s op / o.o , o:; / I / co.. I Everett Community College will stone will be John Simpson, Everett hold apreschoolactivittesworkshop CC art instructor, who will talk % CERTIFICATE AND 4 MORE TO CHOOSE FROM January 18 and 19 in the Bookstore on "Creativity." ACCOUNTS Yes! You can receive a wonderful gift Conference Room on the college A video-tape production oftheco- el,000 minimum for saving now with First Federal Sav- campus, operative preschool program, 2 years or more lugs. Open a savings account of $100 The workshop is planned by "Imagine A Place," will be shown. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry % PASSBOOK or more or add $100 or more to your parents of the 22 parent cooperative Displays, with demonstrations, E. Jeurett of 629B, preschool groups in Snohomish ACCOUNTS County, which are sponsored by the Monroe, became the account. It's our way of saying "thank college. Three tdentlcal workshop ses- sions will be held, from 9:15 a.m. to noon and 7:15 to l0 p.m. January 18 and from 9:15 a.m. to noon January 19. Purpose of the workshop ts to give parents, teachers, and others inter- ested inpreschool children some ideas and skills than can be used will be presentee by parents en- rolled tn the program. - A r e a s covered will Include flannel board stories, creative art, science, car- pentry, cooking, collages music and Indian heritage. For further information call Mar- garet McNeil, Everett CC parent education coordinator, at 259-7151, Extension 217, successfully with this age group. Kindergarten teachers are invited parents of a babyboy, horn January 10 at Valley General Has- pital. The baby, named Jacob Edward, weigh- ed 7 pounds. Earn day-in to day-out COMPOUNDED DALLY you" to the thousands who save here and all the other families we hope to welcome. Come save with us... now! SAVINGS INSURED TO $20,000 FIRST FEDERAL SAVIN Main Office:. Colby at Everett Ave., Everett ~.:.~.~, Branches: Arlington, Edmonds, Federal Way, Marysville, Snohomish, South Everett to the evening session January 18. o Principal speaker at all three sea- ] [ SHOP SEARS Ill INSURANCE Complete GORDON InBur~oe SOMA AGENCY ]1] o..,,, / c. o; w,, PIZZA HOUSE I I P/"'" thank ,u,o Parts ] / """"""" Complete Line 'of I / 794-7411 sets = Come Try Our Pizza n5 l/2W. Ma= I [ HOURS: [ MONROE REALTY [ ring you. ClUI'DIDI MIMd =794-6500 '1 J 0.K. Elo(|r|( FriMn-Th'llam-1:30am-sat Ilam-2:30am ,'[ """'""=''103 West Main"="='==.'[ HIMI I,-nInv ' I l Wiring, Heating Sun. 12 am to 12pm I ,.-.-0 .-,., = hostess for the Feb- " Hand & Circle Saw8 ] ruary 6 meeting of [ Park Place Commun ! have just concluded one Brtgg & Stratton [ E .Mo;n Monroe .......... - of the mo t ,atizfytng ex- Lawson'Part8 Service ] r 112 N. Lewis 794-6133 794-5990 / The Lives We Save I tzy ,UD m De nero a m of m. life -- EASTMAN n [ PETRISOR'S Muroe [ Are In The Valley I her home " __ . :. . . of f= me mud met recen- office_. Although I wu not 494 W. Columbia [ [ ON IMMEDIATE CALL [ at the ...... home of Ruby mcceuful in my quest fro " 794-8296 / TIRE SERVICE BoWIIIIg / 24 HOURSA DAY [ wooszey .wt.m u =,,=t. z SEWING MACHNES [ / Complete Tire Sere. Sign Up Now [ Snohomish - Monroe [ neese asslsttng me New Viking - World's] / New, used & recaps For Spring Leagues hostess. , ! / Ambulance | E. Main 794-7105 Hl hwa 2 794-7473 The followin= mere- can t begin to tell you how gratifying it was fat me to 0nly Non Oiling [ [Phone 568-2444,568-313 hers were resent: learn how deep and sincere my friendshll~ were with Machine | / The Green House Diol Operator Ask / HARRY S SEPTIC Tina Ray, -Lenora hun&ex of people In the 39th dls Ict who lupported Salez-;'epairs-Rentol, --[ [ Growcock, A d a me both with hard work and monetary contdbuffom. 568-4044 TANK SERVICE Drugge, Eva Seaunter, [ Mo t cor~plete selection of Brn,, ,ht n It .., ,.c=, o... ch .. o=y Viking Sewing Center[ ~.~-'~1"~'n-m T.~tt-'~W,t_{z~.i recently |wAed by a recount. I would llke to take __ / Dried Flower SYCal[3-400sCllet M r,.,,,,Hu Tar opportunity to ,ay Thank= to all of you who 2709 Wetm0re. EverettI " " m c did c __ /in/SnohomishArrangement'county Right P'O. BOX 3 Sultan JN,ext to, nohoml=h Auto Parts seth. Gracella Kauf contributed, voted and worked in y an a y. 259-2930. / ] Licensed Child Care fman and MaryFed ertco - I want to wbh my opponent in the mace much ,ucceu DiMaggio s Barber Sh0p I in his tent~e and congratulate him on a clean and I I Ages 2 I/2 ** hard fought campaign. Hours: Tues-Friday ll-8 I I Kindergarden busing- BODY SHOP 6- [ Co , 794-4044 Put your money THANKS AGAIN TO ALL OF YOU WHO HELPED. Sot. 8-6 I GLASS WORK AUTO BODY, PAINT our mout where y Sincerely youm, h I is Say it with MeN- L or 794-6226 n 1/2 S. Lewis 794-8158 'Oa verttsing |ira Mitchell Located at Sm,tty's I [ ',