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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, WA, Feb. 27, 1975 Free Cooking Demo Given By Economists Monitor by the PUD home economists. \ Joyce Donaldson The PUD home economists will pre- sent a free cooking demonstration from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 11 at the Monroe PUD of- flee, 120 E. Fremont. The demonstration is called "An Easter Feature" and accord- ing to Joyce Donald- son, PUD home econ- omist for this area, "We've really got a great program with an outstanding speaker." Carol Baker, home economist for Dari- gold, will be showing Missouri Waltz Brown- ies Ida Hibbard Is Ninety The ninetieth birthday of Monroe's Ida Hib- bard was celebrated last Sunday by friends and 3/4 cup flour relatives without the guest of honor who was 1/2 teaspoon baking confined to her bed at the Convelescent Center. powder Mrs. Hibbard was born on February 25, 1885 1/2 teaspoon salt in Wisconsin and later moved to Idaho with her 1/2 cup Butter husband in 1908. After his death in 1931, she Carol Baker 1 cup sugar moved to Monroe with her three children whom Eggs she suported by working in the Savoy Hotel and 1/2 oz. chocolatethen in the Savoy Restaurant. new ideas and recipessquares, melted Both of Mrs. Hibbards sons live in Monroe. using dairy products.1 teaspoon vanilla They are Clarence and Alfred; the daughter is There will be a sneak1/2 cup cuts, choppeddeceased. She has nine grandchildren, eight preview of the new great grandchildren and six great, great grand- metric measuring children. system that will soon Sift flour, baking Mrs. Hibbard is a charter member of the be used in the coun- powder, salt. Cream Monroe Eagles Auxiliary, is permanentmother ty. "Come and see butter and sugar, for that organization and is a member of Royal what it will be like Add eggs, melted Neighbors of America in Sand Point, Idaho. to cook a metrically chocolate squares, Those attending the open house held at the measured recipe," vanilla and blend. AddEagles Club in her honor came from Idaho, says Joyce Donaldson, nuts if desired, and Oregon and several cities in Washington. "Call the Monroe of- mix well. Pour into Blue rice at 794-7280 for well greased 9x9x2" Cub Scouts free reservations." pan. Bake 350 de- The following is a re-grees electric oven for And Go/d B#nqus[ cipe from "An Easter 20 minutes. Serve feature" especially plain, cool and frost, selected for the read- or serve with pepper- Cub Pack 27, Boy Scouts of America held its ers of the Monroe mint ice cream. Blue and Gold Banquet last week for families of cub scouts and webelos. Reverend and Mrs. Ken Countryman were guests of honor for the pot luck dinner. Special awards given out during the evening were: the Bobcat award to Jon Harniss and Gregg Fleming, the Silver Arrow to Lewis Griggs, Wolf Badge to Steve Guptill, Billy Mar- .tin and Gary Gordon, the Bear Badge to Mark Harrington and Ricky Hunnicutt and Gold Arr- ows to Mark Harrington, Steve Guptill and Gary Gordon. Boys in Webelos receiving awards were Rob ALTHOUGH IDA HIBBARD was too ill to attend her ninetieth birthday party, the five generations of her family are shown above. The inset is Ida and her son, Clarence of Monroe, occupies the chair with her great great grandson Randy Moer- geli, Junior. Her granddaughter, Mrs. Shirely Moergeli of Renton is on the left and her great grandson, Randy Moer- geli of Enumclaw is on the right. --Staff Photo Hy-Lo 4-H'ers Tolero Lodge Wilcox for the outdoorsman and Dave Geobel p . id Of Trip Gives Donation for the naturalist and showman. In order to receive a commissioner award ,,e0r6an,ze~ a boy must have perfect attendance at all den and pack meetings, mustwearhisuniform at all Officers were elected Enh}rtD|ns 3 R's businessAlng transactedwith otherby \ events and participate in t wopack and two den at the last meeting of T olero Rebekah Lodge activities during the summer and advance one the Hy-Lo 4-H Club A recount of the trip at its last meeting was rank during the year. This is the highest year- which has been newly taken by Dr. and Mrs. the donation of funds 15 cu. ft. ly award a cub scout can receive, rerganized" The Cooley entertained to the Senior Center Those receiving Commissioner Awards were group met at the members of the Three Building Fund and the Refrigerator Jeff Wiedenmeyer, Jim Baxter, Ron Long, Lewis Beetchenow home. R's Club recently draping of the charter Griggs, Mike Ballinger and Billy Martin. The new officers are When they met at the in honor of Bea Boy- David Geobel, who has aow graduated into boy Vicki Beetchenow, scouts, recetved the highest award a cub scout president and report- home of President den, a long time mere- Sundry can attain, the "Arrow of Light". er, Colleen DeJong, During the business Up-coming events P $399.95Reg" ,," Winners were announced for the genius box vice president, Cathy part of the meeting, were noted such asthe contest January. They were Todd Rteman, Dan- Eppinga, secretary a donation was made meeting of the Tolero Kirk Misich, treasur- to the Corner Cup- Club which will be a pot nY Menninga' Mark Harrington' Tm Reule ' er and ArnId Fed- board, a place where luck lunch at noon, Reg. 95 Rob Wilcox and John Nelson. $428 pr. ' Honorable mention went to Steve Gupttll, Brian dema, historian, needy school children Thursday, February Anyone interested in may get clothes. 27 at the IOOF Hall Hensley and David Wagoner. having a 4-H dairy The Western States with a sewing session Jim Carwath was the guest speaker who told project may call 794- Convention of the Fed-to follow, and intt- how to construct and fly kites. He also showed 7466. 101 E. Hill Monroe 794-5208 slides of kites he had made. erated Women's Clubs iation which will be was announced and it held on April 17 with by Stonewear DU Only from The March pack meeting will be the annual Pinewood Derby. Mrs. Torseth Hosted Grandmothers Club Gurid Torseth hosted the last meeting of the Associated Grand- mothers on February 18 with Edna Amstutz as co-hostess. Ladies Baby Doll Style 7852 / // Sizes S,M,L U 4.50 / // Those enjoying the luncheon were Edna Amstutz, Olive Bris- tol, Rosean Cauffman, Elsie Coon, Gracella Kauffman, Sally Knee- land, Bertha Lemke, Goldie Pye, Gurid Torseth and Elizabeth was also stated that all members are dele- gates. The convention will be at the Wash- ington Plaza Hotel in Seattle on March 18, 19 and 20. Verlinde. The next meeting will Three guests were be on March 17 at the Ruth Allison and home of Mrs. Alf f Eloise and Tamar Steigen. Pilichowski. I I Monroe Community Chapel 23515 Old Owen Road Sunday School 9:45 Worship Service 11:00 Midweek Service 794-4440, Church 794-4302, Residence SULTAN COMMUNITY ME THODIS T James Ulxlike, Pastor 793-5901 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. SULTAN ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. J. Flasche, r, 793-7731 Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Wed. Bible Study, 7:30 p,m. GOLD BAR OPEN BIBLE STANDARD Rev. Ralph Sieg, 793-5755 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Service, 6:30 p.m. Thurs. Bible Study, 7 p.m. This Space Available 794-7116 BETHEL CHURCH 1405 West Main Street Rev. H. M. Gering,794-7708 Sunday:Church School. 9:.45 Morn. Wor$hip 11, Evening 6 Wed: Family Night, 7 p.m. First Congregational CHURCH Lewis & MacDougall Streets Morning Worship and Church School: 10:30 A. M. Larry S. Baker, Interim Pastor 1-329-8647 FAITH CENTER Assembly of God Rev. R. Anderson, 794-8598 Comer Lewis & McDou~al Sun., 9:4.5 - 11 a.. na. - 7 p.m. Wed., Bible Study and Mt~lonettes. 7 p.m. Monroe First Baptist Church Sunday School 9:45 Morning Worship 11:00 Evening Worship 7:00 SULTAN BAPTIST Rev. John Sloan. 793-1541 Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Evening Service, 7 p.m. STARTUP BAPTIS T Rev. F. Ewert, 793-2042 Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Evening Service, 7 p, m. Wed. Bible Study, 7 p.m. MONROE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CH~H Sabbath School, 9:15 a.m. Church, 11 a.m. Tues. Prayer Meeting, 7:30p. m Welfare Center. 10 - 3 Wed. Monroe United Methodist Church Family Worship 10 a.m. Followed by Church School Rev. Ken Coua yman 338 S. Lewis 794-8863 practice sessions scheduled for March 31, April 7,11 and 15 at 7:30 p.m. The next meeting will be held on March 6 and the officers are to wear formals. aJen The World Day of Prayer wil be ob- served by the Chris- tian women in the com- munity at 1 p.m., Fri- day, March 7 at the First Congregational Church of Monroe, Lewis and McDougal. Anyone interested in participating is invit- ed to attend and child care will be provided. The Lutheran Wom- en's Missionary League of PeachLuth- eran Church will meet at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 4 in the parish hall of the church. A Lenton devotion, "Mediate for a Change", will be led by Pastor ElmerWen- zel, who is pastoral counselor for the lo- cal L.W.M.L. Society Coffee, tea and des- sert will be served by the Dorcas II Circle. Members, friends and guests are wel- come. *** The public in invit- ed to hear the Kirk- land Junior Academy choir and band at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 1, at the Sky Valley Academy, Academy Way in Monroe. 108 W. M a in Monroe Ladies Gown Style 7848 Sizes S,M,L t