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The Melnicks were married at Our Redeem- er Lutheran Church in Ballard and lived in that community until they moved to Monroe four years ago. They have three sons, David who is fishing Teri Packebush Hallie Waggoner is staying with her brother in Alaska, Bryan, also in Alaska and Kevin Chris Shultz during one of her many visits of the home. Two Monroe High School students will be go- Spiced Prune Cake to Monroe. She actually has two homes, one Clifford is a floor layer by trade and his here in Monroe with Chris and one in Spring- mother, Nellie Huseby, lives in Seattle while ing south of the border this summer to partici- Mary's mother, Harriette Hill lives on Vashon pate in an exchange student program entitled 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour field, Oregon. the Iberoamerican Cultural Exchange Program 3/4 cup white sugar Besides visiting with her brothers, Clive Island. tn Monroe and Bill in Snohomish and her sis- All of the Melnick's friends and relatives are based in Sequim, Washington. 1/4 cup brown sugar ter Lavina Love in Snohomish, she bowls with invited to join them in the celebration at 2:30 Teri Packebush, who will be a senior next 1 teaspoon baking powder year, was born in Monroe and lives with her 1/2 teaspoon soda the seniors in both towns and renews many p.m. on Saturday. parents Lyle and Ethel. She first learned of the 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon opportunity to participate in the exchange ex- friendships. The Schultz family moved to Monroe in 1921 and Hallie moved away after she married. When asked if she had attended the class reunions, Hallie said, "I 'quituated' instead of graduated." But she did attend school here Elsie Day is back in town after a tour of the Orient which included stops at Tokyo, Kyoto and Hong Kong. The trip was a professional tour sponsored by "Girl Talk" magazine and was accompan- ied by two hair stylists from New York who gTave shows at different stops on the itinerary. he show put on in Hong Kong was the first one in that city since they have no beauty schools and those wanting to learn the trade are involved in an apprentice program. Hong Kong, according to Elsie, is crowded with refugees from Red China. The older apartments are overflowing including several generations with 120 feet allowed per family and only one bhthroom and kitchen per floor. The newer buildings have facilities for each apartment. Elsie noted that the way you could tell the new apartment houses from the middle-aged ones and the old ones is that they had no laundry hanging out of the windows. The rent was, as the cost of everything, astronomical. Leonard and Jean Manoske, former Monroe residents now living in Port Angeles, have been in town visiting relatives and friends. They stayed with Leonard's mother, Laura Manoske and visited their kids, Georgene Bump Bob Manoske, both of Monroe, and Frank who lives in Everett. According to Georgene, thei-e's always a fam- ily reunion whenever the Manoskes are in town. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Leland areat home after a honeymoon trip to Eastern Washington. They were gone for four days (not long enough, says Cliff). Mrs. Leland is the former Irene Stansfield and both are long time residents of Monroe. 150 AUTOMATIC Designed specially for the weekend woodsman. Simple design and construction means easy serv- ice and less of it. You get many big saw features like automatic bar and chain oiling (standard equipment), hemispherical combustion chamber, for extra power, positive action easy to operate controls, vinyl coated Sure-Grip handle bar, and larger fuel and chain oil capacity for fewer refueling stops Specially priced for the oc- casional user. Extra Free Chain 95 SIIOHOMISH + CO-OP, INC. Where the customer is the company FATHER'S DAY The out-of-doors will be the setting for the "Bible Nature Nook" open to all youngsters of Monroe and the sur- rounding areas. Hik- ing, nature crafts, scriptures, parables from nature and fun will be featured. The first session from June 23 to 26 will include two year olds through those who have finished the third grade. The second series from June 30 to July 3 will be f or those entering the fifth grade through those entering the seventh grade. Golden Wedding The youngsters will gather at the Monroe Church of the Naza- Anniversary Set rene, 322 West Main, at 9 a.m. for trans- portation to the nature Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nard Witte will cele- brate their golden wedding anniversary at a no-gift reception from 2 to 5 p.m., June 22nd at their home in Startup. The couple was married June 22, 1925 in Faribault, Minnes- ota. They moved to Rochester, Minnesota in 1947, and in 1952 moved to Startup. write was postmast- er in Startup and re- tired in 1971 after 15 years of service in that office. Their children are Don Witte of Startup, Lois Sandgren of Ken- newick, and Lt. Col. Duane Witte serving with the Air Force at Fort Walton, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Witte also have seven grand- children. sites and will return at 12 noon. Bob Stevens of the U.S. Forest Service in Skykomish will speak to those participating in the second session on July 2. "Jesus, Touch Me" is the theme selected for the bible school scheduled by the Christian Reformed Church at 1012 W. Main Street in Monroe. The classes are scheduled for 9 to 11:30 from June 16 through 27. Children from four to fourteen are welcome to participate in the school which will in- clude Bible stories, mission stories and crafts. \ so much about that "funny fruit" -prunes- and as they are so healthful, one can be quite sneaky about serving them. Here is a very nice moist cake made from the wrinkled little things. You can use them already strained but I did cook my own a time or two and the recipe turns out just the same. This is fast and easy as all the ingredients are just about thrown together--but it is all from scratch." Mrs. Barton will receive one year's free re- newal of her Monitor subscription for this spiced prune cake. Oael Gable perience from her Spanish teacher and finally made application. She will visit with her aunt and uncle in San Francisco for two weeks during which time she will visit Disneyland and then fly to Mexico City where she will meet with the others in- volved in the program for orientation and some sight seeing. She will then spend five weeks with a family in Acupulco. Teri, president of the Rounders 4-H Club in Machias, sold two of her horses to finance the trip, which must be paid for privately. No shots or passport are required to visit Mexico, according to Tert, and she will not know which family she will be living with until she reaches Mexico City. Gael Gable, son of Thomas Gable, Monroe, will be going to Quito, Ecuador where he will also live with a family. He has already receiv- ed most of his shots and his passport is in order. A 1975 graduate of Monroe High School, Gael was on the basketball team and the golf team. He has had three years of Spanish. After meeting with the other participants in Mexico City, he will fly to Ecuador to meet his temporary family. Gael will attend Shoreline Community Col- lege in the Fall majoring in political science or Spanish. When asked if he were a little apprehen- sive of living with a family that speaks no English, Gael replied, "About as apprehen- sive as they feel about having me around." Both Teri and Gael have been students of Jeanne Van Ochten, Spanish teacher at Mon- roe High School who pointed out that two years of Spanish are required to participate in this exchange program. She recommends this par- ticular one because she knows the director, Gerald Aurand, personally and' the students live with a family 'ather than in a dormitory with other English speaking people. Before coming to Monroe to teach two years ago, Ms. Van Ochten taught high school Span- ish for two years in Michigan, spent two years in Costa Rica with the Peace Corps then came to this state and earned her Masters Degree in Spanish from the University of Washington. Besides the sights they will see, the people they will meet and the culture they will be ex- posed to, Teri and Gael will gain a depth of human understanding. harmon's features the best selection in leisure suits. Brand names like Lee, Days, Farah, Levi Finish the suit .with nylon sport shirts in modern prints Also featuring Slacks, Knit shirts, Accessories for men of all ages. I 2nd & Cedar Snohomish Community Enjoys Picnic 1/4 teaspoon ginger (or allspice) 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup cooking oil 1 4 3/4 ounce jar strained prunes (or your own) 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 cup walnut meats Sift together the first 8 ingredients. Add the oil, 1/2 cup water, the prunes, egg and vanilla. Beat 1 minute. Turn batter into well greased 9 x 9 x 2" pan. Sprinkle nuts on top. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Make frosting of 1/2 cup powdered sugar, 1 tablespoon milk and a little cinnamon and drizzle over cooled cake in pan. Here is another "scratch" cake, chocolate this time, sent to us by Nellie Van Brocklin, Route 3, Monroe, who will receive one years free renewal of her Monitor subscription for her contribution to this column. Dutch Style Chocolate Cake Sift together: 3/4cup Ghirardellt ground chocolate 1 3/4cup sifted flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt Thoroughly cream 2/3 cup butter or mar- gerine with 3/4 cup sugar. Beat in 2 eggs and 1/2 teaspoon vanilla. Add the flour mixture altern4tley with 1 cup milk beating until smooth after each addition. Turn into 2 greased and floured 8" cake pans. Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees} about 30 minutes. Let stand 5 minutes then turn out onto a wire rack to cool. You might like to top this chocolate cake with an icing whose recipe was also sent to us by Mrs.Van Brocklim . Instant Chocolate Frosting Combine 1/2 cup butter or margarine, 3 table- spoons milk, 1/2 cup Ghirardelli ground choco- late in saucepan. Stir over veylowheat just until butter melts. Remove from heat and add 2 1/2 cups powdered sugar and 1/2 teaspoon vanilla. This recipe frosts tops and sides of two 8'j layers. Mrs. Van Brocklin thought the following might (Continued on Page 5) Penny Drive Over The annual penny drive, sponsored by the Orthopedic Hospi- tal Guilds throughout the state, is over for this year. Monroe' s Maude Gray Clark Auxiliary to the Children's Orth- opedic Hospital spear- headed the drive here and older members report that it is the most successful penny drive they have had. Mrs. George Valen- tine, Jr., secretary of the auxiliary, said that $395.59 was col- lected in the area. Vacation School Scheduled The Monroe Corn- munity Chapel is scheduling a vacation Bible School from 9:30 to 12 noon, June 16 through 20 at the Chap- el, 23515 Old Owen Road. The theme is "Clap Your Hands, Jesus is Here" and children from four years through the second grade are welcome. For futher informa- tion phone 794-4440 or 794-8616. The Park Place Com- munity Club met at the home of Florence Broughton for the an- nual picnic on Tues- day, June 3. Those enjoying the afternoon of visiting were Matilda Bronscl% Mary Federico, Ruby Woosley, Loree Sem- onds, Gracella Kauff- man, Myrtle Vannoy, Helen Horton, Pauline Law, Luctlle Stemps, Lenora Growcock, Inez Gorson, Ann Wal- den, Geraldine Leitz, Genevieve Stubbs, Florence Broughton and Olga Reese. 000000000000000000000 OO 000060-00--0--0--000000000--00--0--000-000Q 0000 60 O0 00b - [' ,, JJ 9 - 12 noon June 23 - 26 2 yrs thru finished ' 3rd Grade TU fun-in-the-out-of-doors June 30 - July 3 finished 4th Grade thru finished 6th Grade Church f th azarene 322 West Main Street 794-8059 Monroe SPECIAL Second Lincoln Snohomish 568-2104 a I ql Q C @ II G 0 @ 0 @ I @ O ~oo~oooooooooo~ooooo~o,o~oooo~ooooooo~ooooooooooooooooooooooo+ /