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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., May 11, 1972 Engagement A Mr. and Mrs. Bert Toler of Skykomish wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Cynthia Kay, Monitor Recipe Judge to Randolph Frederick Bertrand, son of Mr. Here's a molded salad we con- sider a must for you to try. The response to our salad recipe at Easter time was so good we're sure you will like this one too! Mrs. D. C. Nauman of 13412 Fair- view Drive will receive a year's free renewal to the MONITOR for taking the time to send us this favorite of hers. CURLEY JOHNSTON FORD INC. Jellied Lime & Avacado Salad 1 (3 oz.) package Lime Jello 1 1/2 Cup Water 2 Tbsp. Lemon Juice 1/8 tsp. Salt Marachino Cherries (Chopped) Small fiat can crushed Avacado or Calavo 1/2 Cup Miracle Whip 1/2 Cup whipped cream pineapple Dissolve jello in 1 1/2 cups water. Add salt, lemon juice and pineapple juice. Let set till partially thick. Fold in pineapple, diced Avacado, Miracle Whip, whipped cream and marachino cherries. You'll find the subtle Avacado and chewy marachino cherries com- bined with the tartness of the salad dressing make this an interesting and delicious salad. It's also very easy to make. This salad would be excellent for any holiday and will compli- ment that special Mother's Day dinner. As with all molded salads, it may be made the day before and re-, frigerated, leaving you time for other last minute preparations. We wish to remind you that the recipe section will continue only with your participation. So, continue to get out those fav- orite recipes and send them to Laurene Pysson, The Monroe Mon- itor, P.O. Box 399, Monroe, Wash- ington, 98272. Zeta Kappa Slates Tea We//Child Clinic Set The monthly Mon- roe Well Child Clinic will be held at the St. Mary's Parish Hall, in Monroe, on Thurs- day May 18, from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The clinics are held on the third Thursday of each month. They are conducted by the Snohomish Health District and are for the purpsse of exam- ination, imm~mization and health supervision of well infants and pre-school children. Call 794-7960 for an appointment. The clinics are sponsored by the Sky ValleyWan- derers Club and local commtmity groups. Fun Day Planned At Sultan Sultan United Meth- be released and there odist Church will will be sandwiches, host a Family Fun coffee, pop and home- Day highlighted by a made pie and cake parking lot auction on available for lunch. Saturday May 13. There will be a rec- Some of the items ord and book room for sale include fire- for children with five wood, picture frames, cent records for sale dishes, clothing, kero- and a turntable to try sene lamps, tires them out on. suitable for capping, All proceeds will go bottles, jars, paint, towards college tui- plants and etc. tion for seniors of this Throughout the day year's graduating balloons containing class, chosen by the prize coupons from Scholarship Commit- local merchants will tee. Jaycees Set Tuesday Meet Father Desmond McMahon will be the main guest at the May 16 meeting of the Mon- roe Jaycees. The meeting will be held at the P.U.D. Auditorium beginning at 8 p.m. Father McMahon of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Monroe will give a talk on Public Speaking. The panic is invited to attend. Following Father McMabon's presentation the nor- mat business meeting will be held. Zeta Kappa's second Girl of the Year" annual Mother's Day award at the Found- Tea will be held Sat- er's Day meeting urday, Mayl3 atFron- April 26. tier Village with Husbands apprecia- special entertainment tion night was cele- and installation of brated May 6. This officers for 1972-73 night is set aside to highlighting the event, thank the husbands for Donna Robertson, their help and sup- Zeta Kappa's treas- port of projects and urer this past year to initiate new huS- and "Girlof theYear" bands into the so- went on to capture the rarity. covetted "All City New Arrivals 1 at Valley General Hospital. The baby, named Jeremy Lawrence, weighed 8 pounds, 13 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ericksen of Route 1, Box 264, Monroe, be- came the parents of a baby girl, born May 7 at Valley General Hospital. The baby, named Fawn Anu, weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces. Take Mom Out On To St. Mary's Pancake Breakfast Sunday, May 14 8 a.m. to 12 Noon St. Mary's Parish Hall Adults $1.25 Children 75 (Under ]2) Mr. and Mrs. Jerry : Kaptein of 421 South Blakely Street, Man- :roe, became the par- ents of a baby girl, born April 28 at Val- ley General Hospital. The baby, named Debra Lyn, weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces. *** Mr. and Mrs. David E. Johnson of Route 2, Box 352B, Monroe, became the parents of a baby girl, born April 27 at Valley General Hospital. The baby, named Rachel Marie, weighed 7 pounds. * ** Mr. and Mrs. David R. Mergenthaler of Route 1, Box 257A, Monroe, became the parents of a babygirl, born May 2 at Val- ley General Hospital. The baby, named Tana Jean, weighed 7 pounds 8 1/2 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick L. Harvey of Sultan became the parents of a babyboy, born May CATTLE AND LIVESTOCK -BUYERS We want men in this area. Train to buy cattle, sheep and hogs. We will train qualified men with some livestock experi- ence. For local interview, write today with your back- "ground. Include your full address and phone number. CATTLE BUYERS, INC. Sponsored by Family $5.00 St. Mary's Men's Club Monroe and Mrs. Barney Bert- rand, also of Sky- komish. The bride-to-be is a pre-nursing student at Pacific Lutheran Uni- versity in Tacoma. Her fiance is en- rolled in the Olympic Helicopter Flight Training School at Boeing Field in Seat- tle. Wedding date to be announced. nnounced 0 CYNTHIA TALER = @ AND RANDOLPH * BERTRAND Central Plans Music Festival The Central School rected by GeorgeOeI- Spring Music Festival rich, the vocal groups with some 340 band and by Mrs. Becky Cline music students par- and the flutophone ticipating will be held players by Miss Friday, Mayl2 at the Sheran Fiedler. Frank Wagner Multi- The event is free and Purpose room be- all are invited to ginning at 2:15 p.m attend. The band will be di- Are you ....... ' e paying too little for auto insurance? Why spk=rge on a car and then get stingy with thd insurance ? You could be left holding the install- ment coupon book. No-gap Safeco Auto Insurance costs less than you think Call /94-8771 Whitfield Realty & Insurance 118 S. Lewis 794-8771 SAFECO INSURANCE ~mm= Hours: 9:30 - 5;30 Daily JCPenney The values are here every day. F irst Street Snohomish Sue Bettger PUD Home Economist will feature recipes using common small appliances and such new ones as the smokeless electric rotisserie and electric fondue pot. The super-fast microwave oven will also be demonstrated by your PUD home economist. Come hear guest speaker Reta Olney, Cudhay's Director of Consumer Educa- tion, discuss the various meat types and products, preparation tips, and how to cook on a budget. See her special meat recipes demonstrated. All of the foods prepared will be available to sample and the recipes for them will be included in the free booklet you will receive. ij featuring Reta Olney from CudahymBar S Coil now for free reservations, seating capacity IS limited. Phone: Time: Date: Place: 794- 7280 I 1:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon Tuesday, May 16 PUD Auditorium 120 East Fremont Monroe, ~(/ashington The .good life is electric. PRESENTED BY Read Monitor Classifieds For Best Results oo-0-ooo o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o o o~ o-0-oo-o o o-o-o-o-o-o-o o oo-o Co-o-o-Co-~ 0 For Guaranteed SA TISFA C TION Have Your Car Or Truck Serviced Or Repaired At ' Maln & Madison Monroe , 794-5200 Q ooo oo o o ooo_oo_o o o o o o o ooo o o_oooooo_o_oo o ooo o o oj Penney~; Bag Sale Just Part of What's g For Morn Sale 499 Reg. $6. Casual bags of leather- look expanded vinyl, dressmaker looks in patent vinyl. Fashion styles, most wanted colors. Free PUD cooking program here in Monroe