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Pa e Four, =--.--===Mnttr' .--.-=--Mnr% WA. June 281 1973 houghts Fo . . Monitor Recipe Judge While still warm dissolve berries in it, or if using fresh berries add the berries and whipped cream when Jello is syrupy. Place broken Lucious red strawaerries are in full swing and here's great way to take advantage o~ these tempting red Jewels which our area has in such plentiful supply. Mrs. Roste Batcheldor of 11927 20th Street, Everett, has sent a mouth-watering recipe for "Straw- berry Fluff", a delectable treat to serve family and guests on hot summer days. A year's free subscription to the MONITOR will be her reward for sharing this timely dessert with US. Strawberry Fluff packages strawberry Jello 1/2 cups hot water 2 10-oz. packages strawberries or about 1 quart fresh berries, sliced 2 cups cream-whipped 1 angel food cake, broken into fairly small pieces Dissolve Jello in hot water. angel food cake pieces in bottom of pan about 9 x 15 and cover with Jello mixture and smooth down. Let stand in refrigerator until set. This is a nice cool summer-time dessert which will highlight any meal and also be a real treat for lunch- eons and parties. It's easy to make and especially handy as it can be made a day ahead of time. Mrs. Bacheldor also suggests us- ing raspberries and raspberry Jello or peaches and peach Jello for a change of pace. Give it a try and hear shouts for morel There is still an abundant supply of strawberries and new recipes are fun to try. There are many, many different ways these Juicy berries can be used. Why not share some of your favorites with others? Just take a minute to Jot thefn down and send to Laurene Pysson0 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. ) Church Hosts Kentucky Trio The Nazarene Church, at 322 W. Main will host a special ser- vice July 1, 7:00 p.m. with a young ladies' trio from the moun- station. The high school, the Bible Institute, and the radio station, besides a number of churches tn several eastern Kentucky counties are tarns of Kentucky Marily Self of Ken- operated by the Ken- lucky, Pamela Thomp- lucky Mountain Hell- son of Maryland, and ness Association, Barbara Turner of which the group repre- Tennessee, are 1973 sents. ~ raduates of Mount For faith-lifting re- armel High School, ports of answers to Jackson, Kentucky prayer in Appalachia, Accompanying the as well as music and trio on an extended heart-warming testa- western tour are Rev- monies, the public is erend and Mrs. Louis invited by Reverend Bouck of Vancleve, Gary Nelson to attend Kentucky. Mrs. Bouck the July 1 service. is a teacher at the Ken- lucky Mountain Bible hmtitute and Reverend Church Sets Bouck a staff member of a Christian radio liaxter's Are Mr. and Mrs. O.D. Baxter of Monroe be- Young Adult ~,~ Film Program AutumnWeddingSet "A Thief In The Night", a motion pic- ture about a Bible A SEI~TEMBER 1 wedding lsplannedbyKathleen prophecy is scheduled Marie Cummings, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. to be shown for high Wayne L. Cummings of Monroe announced. The school and college 1971 Monroe High School graduate is engaged to age audiences July 3 Gary Eugene Holscher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo c a m e grandparents June 14 when a daugh- ter was born to Phil at 7:30 p.m. at the R. Holscher of Lake Stevens. The bride-to-be and Gall Sharpe of Monroe Community attended Northwest Nazarene College wl~erener Forks. The baby, Chapel, located on fiance also studied following his graduation from named Ginger Dawn, Lewis and McDougal Lake Stevens High School and attendance at weighed 7 pounds, 4 Streets, Monroe Yakima Valley College. She is employed by ounces and measured The plot includes a Associated Sand and Gravel. 20 inches long. young man confron- Paternal grandpar- tation with a deadly ents are Owen and Bet- Asian Cobra snake. ~a Sharpe of Startup. Filmed in Iowa, the ternal great-grand- story portrays the ~r rents are Mr. and Bible's prediction, s. R.C. Kielmeyer "There will be no License Office To Close On 4th of Leavenworth and place to hide." paternal great great- The fUm presenta- randfather is Mr. lion is part of a ser- W. Kielmeyer of tes of Summer youth Fairbault, Minnesota. programs being=pen- tn Everett will be Maternal great grand- sored by Monroe area closed July 4. rents are Mr. and churches each Tues- Regular operation rs. O. K. Dahl of day evening during will resume on July 5 Bothell. July and August. at 9 a.m. The Department of Motor Vehicles, Driv- er's License Division For Men, Women, & And at HARMON'S Swim Suits by Jantzen Tank & Knit Tops Hour=: 9:30 - 5:30 /Vbn- Sat. by Jantzen White Stag Graft Offers a Complete Line of Auto Parts 115 1/2 W. Main 794-6500 ed6 pound,s,8 ounces. Monroe Boy Mr'. and Mrs. Roy A i I On Honor R011 rrvos onroe came the parents of a baby boy, born June 14 Jerald Lorenz of at Valley General Hos- Monroe a horticul- pital, lure student atWash- Mr. and Mrs. James Walsh of Route 3, Mon- roe, became the par- ents of a baby boy, born June 22 at Val- ley General Hospital. The baby, named James Eric, weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Micell of Baring became the parents of a baby glrl, born June 24 at Valley General Hospital. The baby, named Christine M a r i e, weighed 8 pounds. Sportswear by Jantzen Levi Ship 'n Shore f 2rid & Cedar Snohomidl 568-4233 Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Langdon of Bellvue became the parents of a baby girl, born June 24 at Valley General Hospital. The baby, named Morning-Star, weigh- IIIIII Reel & Rot~'y Mowers Hand & Circle Saws Briggs & Stratton Lawson Parts Service EASTMAN The baby, named Buck Guy, weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Zierman of 128 Charles Street, Mon- roe, became thepar- ents of a baby boy, born May 26 at Val- ley General Hos- pital. The baby, named Jason Lee, weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces. tngton State Univer- sity was selected to the 1973 Dean's honor roll at the 14th an- nual Agawards Ban- quet recently. Thirty-one students were named to the honor roll with a minimum accumula- tive grade point aver- age of 3.25 and at least 45 semester hours of study. 494 W. Columbia 794-8296 Sewing Machine 20" 2 Speed Porl k Fan., ;99 Masks F:ns sk:; $1.15 &up VERSATILE LOUNGE .~,~ ~,~:~ A handsome, pr,ctical piece of j ~ ~;~i~ furniture for your yard, patio " Am ~ ! or at the belch. Am ~ Use it all year around in your ~ ~ den or family room. ~ ~ ~ $il~e~.i~!,q,,~.~,, $14.99 /-- ': ; ";; s'.:iJiii iiil/ii ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ; iiiiiiiii : " Kick Balls Variety of Colors New Viking - World's Only Non-Otllng Machine SALES-REPAIRS- RENTALS Viking Sewing Center 2709 Wetmore,Everett Kids Inflatable Outdoor Rag. $5.00 Now $3.99 Reg. $3.00 ~1 ,!.n]rlll}y 6 Foot Colored Air Moffresse$ ~'I~''~W 69 ~Swim Boards $1.50 I"'h' zrm, Easy Catalog Way 115 E. Main St. 794-7411 MoRroe, Wash. Gold Bar. Index, Snohornish Sultan, Sutrmp call ZEnith 9689 Dick's Tire Heus (Petrisor's) Complete Tire Serv. New, Used & Recaps E.Matn 794-7103 Wiring, Heating Air Conditioning 112 N. Lewis 794-6133 The Green House 568-4044 Mat Compldm Selection of Fresh, Dried, and Potted, Plants in SnohomishCounty [Weddings & FunerabJ Next to Snohomish Auto Parts &L BODY SHOP GLASS WORK AUTO BODY, PAINT ~],1 1/2 S.Lewis, 794-8158 ,hn's Restaurant & Pizza House Come Try Our Pizza Visit Uur Cocktail Lounge HOURS: Mon-Th Ilam-1:30am Fri-Sat Ilam-2:30am Sun 12 amto 12 pm E Main, Monroe HARRY'S SEPTIC, TANK SERVICE Call Collect SY 3-4092 Pr.O. Box 3, Sultan Trombley Towin Freemont & Ann St. MONROE All Types of Towing From Light To Heavy Hauling Gordon Soma Insurance Agency Complete Insurance 103 I/2 West Main Monroe, Washington 98272 PHONE: 794-8759 MONROE REALTY FARMS - HOMES - ACREAGE 103 West Main Res. L0-8-4737 Phone 794-7487 SNOHOMISH g & F T.V. 421 Main St., Sultan 9-3:30 pm - Mon-Thurs 9-5:00 pm - Friday 9- Noon - Saturday Service is our business After Hours Call' 794-4256 RUDAN KENNELS ALL BREED GROOMING - BOARDING ' 1007o Beef Pet Food Sales Stevem Pm Highway. 794-5236 : i