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I I JI "houghts For F by NELLIE ROBERTSON Monitor Recipe Judge The sweet tooths (or is it sweet teeth?) of our valley have some toothsome tidbits in store for them if they try the recipes printed in to- day's column. The first tasty delight was brought in to us by Lucyle Warren, 15125 179th S.E., Monroe. She will receive one year's free renewal of her Mon- itor subscription for this spicy applesauce cake. Applesauce Cake Beat together by hand or mixer: 1 cup oil 2 cups sugar 2 eggs Add: 2 cups unsweetened applesauce Sift together: 3 1/4 cups flour 2 teaspoons soda 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1 teaspoon cloves Add the second mixture to the first reserv- ing a small amount of flour to sift over the following: 1 1/2 cup raisins 1 cup candied fruit mix (optional) 1/2 cup chopped nuts Add and mix. Bake in an angel food cake pan or 2 medium loaf pans that have been reased and floured. Bake at 325 degrees mr one hour or until done. Lucyle tells us that by adding all the nuts and fruits the batter will hold, you will have about 6 loaves of the most delicious fruit cake you can imagine. The other succulently sweet recipe was brought in to us by Esther Fischer, 335 N. Mad- ison. Not only did she bring in the recipe, she also brought some samples to show us Just how tasty these sugar cookies really were. Es- ther will receive one year's subscription for her contribution to this column. Sugar Cookies Mix until mealy: 1 cup shortening 1 teaspoon baking powder 4 cups flour 1 teaspoon salt Beat: 2 eggs 1/3 cream 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup sugar 1 level teaspoon soda r DEBBIE RAYMOND, a Monroe High School Future Farmers of America member, readied her 900 pound steer for the April 26 Enumclaw Junior livestock show. Debbte has raised and cared for the antmal since birth. Several other members will also show hogs and sheep at the Enumclaw event and yet others are planning to participate in the June 7 Marysville Junior Live- stock Show. --Staff Photo First Mutual Tops $50 Million F o Kemper Freeman, president and chair- man of the Board of First Mutual Savings Bank, is pleased to an- nounce the Bank has gone over $50,000,000 in assets. First Mutual Savings Bank is the only fin- ancial institutioh w th a home office on the east side of Lake Washington. "First Mutual's growth is attributed to the phtlosphy of offer- ing its savings cus- tomers high interest rates on savings ac- counts as well as com- petitive terms on l ans," Fl eman said. Mix well and add to flour mixture. Roll out and cut with cookie cutter. Bake at 350 degrees until brown. Since time does not permit the testing of most recipes, they will be printed as submitted. If they have been tested, it will be so indicated. If you want to share your favorite recipe with our valley readers, send It to Recipe Judge Nellie Robertson, c/o the Monitor, P.O. Box 399, Monroe. For every recipe submitted and printed, its donor will receive one year's free subscription to the Monroe Monitor. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. W BAKE SALE * LUNCH & DINNER SERVED W PIE & COFFEE SERVED ALL DAY Sultan IOOF Hall Sponsored by the Startup Baptist Women's Missionary Society Keeping dashboard lights dim at night helps you see the road better. Auto Insurance Costs Save money with Farmers... the best auto insurance buy in America today! As you save, you get mod- ern, broad form coverage, fast, fai r, friendly service ! BRMERS INSUP NCE GROUP F.r in/.rm,di.n c.ll George Sandbak 522 E. Main 794-8581 He Never Overbought, He Never Sold At A Loss. He Was Always Competitive, He Kept His Store Modern, His Clerks Were Friendly, He Stocked Excellent Merchandise, He Kept Good Books, And, as a result, his business never was what it could have beenl Businessmen must lettheir cus- tomers and potential customers know that their merchandise is good, their store is modern, and prices are competitive. Nothing tells this story better -- in this area -- than the pages of the .... :~::~:i~i!iii~i~ii::::::::i iiiiiiiiii@iiiiiiiiiiiiiiil Service Held April 24, 1975, Monitor, Monroe, WA, Page Five Funeral services were held Monday for Ruby V. Leedom at the Purdy and Kerr Chapel with Reverend Father Donald Miller officiat- ing. Cremation follow- ed. Mrs. Leedom, 70, died April 18 in an Ev- erett hospital follow- ing an extended ill- ness. She was born in Cal- iformia July 20, 1904 and had resided in the Monroe-Everett area for many years. She was a member of the Trinity Episcopal Church of Everett. She leaves a son, Mil- ton J. Leedom of Ev- erett; a daughter, Pat- ricia Ramey of Arling- ton; nine grandchil- dren and four great- grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, do- nations may be made to your favorite charity or to the Cancer Fund. HEARING AID On the spot on most makes and models. $4.75 plus parts. Complete overhauls available. 20 percent discount for Senior Citizens and children. Free estimates. 2805 Colby Avenue Everett, Wash. 252-8762 Monroe Swiss Colony ANNUAL DINNER Sunday, April 27, 12:30 to 4 p.m. All You Can Eat---Ham, Tripe, Bratworst, Swiss Dumplings, Swiss Past.ry and more hildren under Tualco Swiss Hall Adults: 3.00 6: Free Children: 1.50 recapturing and circulating normally wasted heat. Works on furnaces and anything with a chimney pipe. Torrid Air freestanding fire- places with built-in Heat Saver units heat up to 1,000 sq. ft. beautifully andat a real savings. Adaptable to gas. Installation and financing available. Bank cards accepted. Save now on equipment that can save you fuel and cash next winter. Economi- cal, install-it-yourself Torrid Air Heat Saver saves up to 40% on heating bills by Realm Soles andAss mbly 5448 Shilshole Ave. N.W. Seattle, Washington 98107 (206) 789-1700 Send free literature to: Name ....... Address ...... City Zip Sale ends May 23, 1975. 56 oz. Snow's 15 oz. Tin Nutter Butter 13 1/2 oz. pkg. Sunny Jim 18 oz. Jar In handy Bags 100 ct. "II.IEM THE Hand rubbed wax beauty... every time you dust. lb. packages REGULAR LEMON reg. retail sale price Fresh Oven Cleaner MR. MUSCLE 16o:. $1 3S Hefty LAWN BAGS 10 ct. 1 69 Box I House & Garden RAID 13 1/2 oz. $ Aero 149 DELIVERY SERVICE Purex DETERGENT Oscar Meyer..- ;$Bulk Style lb. Bulk Sliced by Bar-S Boneless WA Reliable Brand Half or Whole Boneless Pork Shld. lb. Sandwich Sliced Bulk Style Sliced Bologna WE SELL THE BEST MEATS FOR YOUR FREEZER