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r Thoughts For F d By IAURENE PYSSON Monitor Recipe Judge Picnics, patio dinners and old fashioned cookouts provide lots of good hearty eating for young and old alike. Here's a welcome addition to the traditional picnic style menu called "Five Bean Casserole". It is easy to prepare, can be made ahead of time, and it has flavor out of this world. It will go along, keep well and pro- vide an attractive and nourishing dish for any outing. Mrs. Fred Walser of P.O. Box 237, Monroe will receive a year's free subscription to the MONITOR for sharing this summer fun cas- serole dish with us. Five Bean Casserole 1 16-oz. can pork and beans 1 16-oz. can kidney beans (drained) 1 16-oz. can wax beans " 1 16-oz. can garbanzo beans " 1 16-oz. can green beans " 1/2 medium bottle catsup 1/2 cup brown sugar Saute approximately six slices bacon and one medium onion. Addto above ingredients. Place in large casserole dish and heat through tn 350 degree oven. If your family likes good home- made baked beans they'll go forthis casserole. The recipe makes an ample amount and if there are any leftovers it tastes good cold or could be frozen. If you wish to serve a smaller casserole, such as for 2 to4people, you might try using the 8-oz. cans of beans and Just cut the other in- gredients In half. Whichever size you desire, give this one a try, it'll be the hit of any cookoutl Strawberry season ls here and now Is the time to "pick" your favorite recipes and ideas for using these luctous berries and send them tous. Get in on the fun by taking a minute to Jot down your favorites and mail to Laurene Pysson, The Monroe Monitor, P.O. Box 399, Monroe, Wa. 98272 The MONITOR is unable to test every recipe published. We try to indicate to you those that are test- ed, otherwise they are printed as submitted. Monroe Girl J Gets Teaching Position B e t t y Zylstra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zylstra of Route 1, Monroe, has Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Champeauz of Sul- tan became the parents of a baby boy, born June 9 at Valley Gen- eral Hospital. The baby, named Daniel Ray, weighed 7 accepted a teachingpounds, 12 ounces. position at San Jose Christian School in *** San Jose, California. Mr. and Mrs. David In her new positionL. Cranmore of 620 she will be teachingWest Columbia, Mon- Grades four and five roe, became the par- for the 1973-74 school ents of a baby boy, born June 2 at Valley year. She is a 1969 grad- General Hospital. uate of Monroe High The baby, named ,School and ts agrad- Timothy R o b e r t, weighed 9 pounds, one uate of Dordt College half ounce. in Iowa. Sk Couple W d The Wayside Chapel, Monroe was the setting for the June 1 wedding of Sharilyn Autumn Gib- son and Richard Carl Shepardson of Skykomish. They are the daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. Don G. Shep- ardson, all of Skykomish. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the banquet room of the Dutch Cup Restaurant in Sultan after which the couple left for Canada. Thenew Mrs. Shepardson is a graduate of Skykomtsh High School. He is a graduate of Skykomish High School and is employed by Josh Chevron Station. The couple will make their first home in Sky. (Crown Portrait Studio) Senior. nter A t,v,tJes Activities at the East County Senior Center for the coming week Include: Monday, June 25: 11:30 Bowling--Monroe Bowl. Center closed till 1 First Aid Class for all. Tuesday, June 26: 12-2 Senior Lady's Tea P.F., 10-4 Cards and Games, 10 Pinochle (Here), 12 Lunch. Wednesday, June 27: 2:30 Food Stamp Cer- tification, 10-4 Cards and Games, 10-3 Handi- crafts (Thelma), 12 Lunch. Thursday, June 28: 10-4 Cards and Games, 12 30 Lunch. Friday, June 29: 10-4 Cards and Games, 9-12 Free Massage by Appointment, 12 Lunch, 1 Stitchery Class. Valley We deliver presto logs upon request MIDNROE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 103 Monroe, Washington The Board of Direc- tors of Monroe School District No. 103 will hold a special meet- ing June 25, 1973 for the purpose of review- ing architectural drawings. The meet- ing will be held in the Board Room of the Administrative Office 480 West Columbia, Monroe, Washington. William Boyden Chairman Board of Education Monroe School Dis- trict No. 103 Published June 21, 1973 Monroe Community Chapel Lewis and McDougal Sunday School 9:45 Worship Service 11 Sunday Evening 7:30 Midweek Service 794-6713 Pastor Rin SULTAN COMMUNITY METHODIST REV. C. Lurid, 793-5901 Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Momlng Worship, 11 a.m. SULTAN ASSEMBLY OF GOD MONROE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST C HURCH Sabbath School 9:15 a.m. Church, 11 a. m. Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30 1~ m Welfare Centez 10-3 Wed. Monroe First Baptist Church vonday School 9:45 minK Worship lhO0 ening Worship 7:00 BETHEL CHURCH 1405 West Main Street Rev. H. M, Gexing, '194-7"/0B Sunday: Church School, 9..45 Morn. Worship II, Evening 6 Wed: Family Night, 7 p.m. ,Monroe Church SULTAN BAPTIST Rev. Iohn Sloan, 793-i541 Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning womhip, ii a. m, Evening Service, 7 p.m. STARTUP BAPTIS%' Rev. J. Flascher, 793-7731 I Of The Nazarene Rev. F. Ewen. 7 -2o42 Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. I Sunday School, 9:46 a.m. Morning Womhip, II a.m.ijSunday School 9:45 Mo~ning Worship, Ii a. m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. ] Worship II a.m. ' 7 p.rn I Evening Service, 7 p.m. Wed. Bible Study, 7:30 p. m.I 322 W. Main 794'8059 [ Wed. Bible Study, 7 p.m. GOLD BAR OPEN BIBLE STANDARD Rev. D. Mtu~hy, 793-57F~ Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Womhip, 11 a.m. Evening Service, 6:30 p.m. Wed. Bible Study, 8 p.m. FAITH CENTER Assembly of God Rev. R, Andenon. 794-8598 123 Noah Blakely St. Sun. ,9:45 - 11 a.m. - 7 p.i~ Wed. , Bible Study and. Miulonev~es, 7 p.m. Wagner Community Church Bible Classes 10:00 am - Morning Worship II:00 am Episcopal Church Homez Smith, Vicaz 794- 0e Holy commtmicxl, 8 a. m, Church School, 9 a.m. Family Service, 10 a.m. Sunday Service, 10 a, rr~ - Youth Rap 7:00 pm One mile N. and E. of Community Hall Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. John Korf of Monroe an- nounced the engage- ment of their son Louis to Flortne Pra- amsma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Praamsma of Zee- land, Michigan. Louis and Florine both attended Reform- ed Bible College in Grand Rapids, Michi- gan. He ts a 1969 raduate of Watson teen Christian High School of Seattle. No wedding date has been set. FLORINE PRAAMSMA June 21s 1973, Monitor, Monroe, WA. Page Five Calendar --The Dorcas Society of the Evangelical Covenant Church will meet at the home of Olga Reese June 28 at 2 p.m. --Members of LilJan Lodge of Monroe will attend the annual Mid- summer Festival at Vasa Park, LakeSam- mamish on June 23 for the traditional Swedish-A m e r Scan holiday. Eric Carlson of Mon- roe is a delegate. Metro Bus Change M e t r o Transtt's Seattle-Skykomish run which operates each Wednesday, will be changed to July 3due to the Fourth of July holiday falling on a Wednesday. The following week service will be back on the regular sched- ule July 11. Lease A New For as little as you are now paying for that so-called economy car at- Poier Olds 568-4181 2nd & B Snohomish "It's better to know us not than to need us and not know us." 701 First Street Snohomish, WA Dial 568-4126 (Home Owned) Giant size Pillsbury and 7 I/2 oz. Pkgs. arine B lu I BO Ibs" Fisher's 13 oz. Tin A Real Breakfast 18 oz. Pkg. Stokely's Fruit 17 oz. Sunshine 16 oz. THEM THE 4 Roll Large Bunches Boxes Bleach Starch Clorox Niagara I/2 gal. 15 oz. Aero Scott's Confidets 24 ct. Cleaner Spic & Span Thrifty-bulk style - lb. By Bar-S It can't help but be good lb. Fresh--Broil or Grill Spll t Broilers or Rotlsserl e-styl e Fresh Wash. Grown lb. Breakfast Dellght Bulk Sausage Properly Seasoned lb. Sandwich sliced Fillet Snapper We Specialize-Custom Cutting We Sell The Best Meats For Your Freezer All Meat i