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f I Thoughts For Food... By LAURENE PYSSON - Monitor Recipe Judge Desserts are an important partof any picnic or patio fare. Here is one that is easy to pre- pare and fun to eat which was sent in by Mrs. Clifford Foxton of 445 S. Blakely Street. She will receive a year's free renewal to the MONITOR for sharing this tempting taste treat with us. Dump Cake 1 can crushed pineapple (same size as cherry pie filling) 1 can cherry pie filling 1 package white or cherry cake m','.x 1 1/2 cubes margarine 1/2 cup chopped walnuts Spread pineapple evenly in bottom of a 9 x 13 inch pan--Add cherry pie filling, spread evenly, sprinkle cake mix over all. Top with cut up margarine and nuts. Bake in 350 degree oven for about 1 hour. This cake is delicious served warm and especially good with ice cream. A real fatally pleaser, you canput together in just a few minutes. A perfect ending for any meal or scrumptious with coffee. Mrs. Charlene Rylie, an out of town recipe collector from Route I, Box 1746, Bremerton, will receive a year's free renewal to the MONITOR for sending us this unusual way to use the sour cherries which will be ready for picking soon. She claims this is one of the tastiest and most orginal recipes she has ever found to serve with all meats. Her only problem is having enough! Kippered Cherries Pit sour cherries, use hand pitter or by hand (don't use old fashioned wheel type pitter as they get torn up). Put pitted cherries into a bowl or crock and cover with cider vinegar. Cover and let stand 3 days, then drain and measure cherries. Add cup of sugar to each cup of fruit and let stand 3 more days. Be sure to stir it well each day so sugar melts completely and pre- meats the whole thing. Put 1/2 stick of cinnamon into each fresh washed pint jar. Add the sugared fruit and seal. No cooking and keeps in refrigerator. Let age a few weeks before using. We feel Kippered Cherries will be fun to m~ke and especially fun to eat. A request has come in for recipes and ideas for using the new ground turkey, sliced turkey breasts and diced turkey thighs. Thumb through your files and join in the fun by sending your recipes to Laurene Pysson, The Monroe Monitor, P.O. Box 399, Monroe, Washington, 98272. July 27, 1972, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Page Three Calendar The Dorcas Society of Evangelical Coven- ant Church will hold a meeting at the home of O lga Reese at 2 p.m today, Thursday. *** Seattle's a n n u a 1 North Dakota Picnic will be held July 30 at Norm's Resort. Races will begin at 1:30 p.m. Coffee and ice cream will be served. *** A special nomina- tion meeting of Can- nery Workers Local #788 will be held at the Union Hall, 2112 Riverside D r i v e, Mount Vernon, August 2 beginning at 8 p.m. Nominations Will be accepted for a one year term for a trustee. PAINT SALE! 2 Gallon Cans of BEST Latex Outside White Regular Price - $19.98 NOW $9.99 (While They Last) CAL'S HARDWARE 120 W. Main St. Monroe 794-8449 VALLEY GENERAL HOSPITAL GUILD PRESIDENT Mrs. Pat Elmore slices up a cake that was served during a picnic Danz Named Trustee For First Mutual -Freeman, Sr., to hospital volunteers last week. The social get together was held at the home of Mrs. Joyce Stuart. =~ --Staff Photo First Mutual Savings Bank has appointed Frederick A. Danz of Mercer Island to its Board of Trustees, an- nouneed K e m p e r Chair- man of the Board. Danz fills the posi- tion vacated by L.A. '"Bill" Williams, who passed away recently. Danz is President of Sterling Recreation Organizations of Seat- tle. The Sterling Or- ganization the largest redreation and enter- tainment company in the Northwest and operates theaters, broadcast facilities and bowling centers throughout four west- ern states. Danz is President and on the Board of *** I think that I shall never see, a thing as beautiful as a tree. But---we must befree of smog and smoke in ,order that we can see. Keep wild fire out of the forests and off the range lands. Keep Washtngt o n Gr e en. Directors of the Na- tional Association of Theater Owners of Washington, Interna- tional Ambassador of Variety Clubs Inter- national, and Chair- man of the Mayor's Film Committee of Seattle. He was also on the Board of Di- rectors for the East- side Comraunity Development Health Center. First Mutual Savings Bank is one of the fast- est growing savings institutions in the state of Washington. It has offices located in the Bellevue Square, Crossroads, Issaquah, Mercer Island, Mon- roe and opening a new office soon in Wen- atchee. FAIR FN|NNDLY J You Can Swiss 'Em or Broil 'Em CHUCK STEAK 'b. 69 By BAR-S-it',s Got To Be Good SLICED BACON Thrifty Skillet 691 FreshDRUMSTIX& Fryer THIGHS Parts - Washington lb. Grown 59 l] Fryer Breasts Jilgs Smoke Roasted Sandwich Sliced SLICED BOLOGNA. Freshlb. 69C Hygrade - W.A. Oven Ready Boneless HAMS - 631 ] 98 lb. whole lb. Chicken - Beef - Fried - Herbs or New Orleans 6 OZ. PKGS. MJB Rice Mixes 4/'1 2-LB. $1.59 LARRY'S F00D STORE ILL FREEZE DRIED COFFEE TASTERS CHOICE ~ :~*" ~ I Ul'l'rr 3.'B. $2 29 TIN INSTANT 10 OZ. $1.39 Save 50 $1:79 With Tllis Coupon Large 8 oz. Size Value - 1/20th of one cent BIG ROLLS 168 Sheets 4~ O O Scott Towel Faest~ewrViCoeaFalorns;2lre~;ent of claim.Friendly Serve Hot or Iced 48 count p You can't buy better protection. Or broader coverage. Or greater peace of mind. LIPTON TEA BAGSJ I And you save money, too! Lower rates because ~ Farraers insures careful drivers. Campfire..6 oz. Bag @l rarmers MARSHMALLOWS ~ - Insurance ^u,o..,,,. BANANAS NO. 1 CHIQUITAS .Johnson's RAIN BARREL George & Vern Sandbak 522 E. Maln Monroe 794-8581 Snohomish County and the Skykomish Valley (Includes Baring, Index, Skykomish, Duvall, Carnation & Snohomish), "SPECIA L one New or one Renewal (On up to date subscriptions) Regular $5.00 Offer Good July 13 '2.50 Thru Friday, July 28 U.S, U.S. NO. 1 SHAFTERS Very Handy SPRAY-N.WASH 79 CASH ONLY HURRY! 5:00 p.m. Only. 2 Days Left Monroe Monitor WALLA WALLA CORN PEAS CUT BEANS 16 oz. Tins 5/$1 26?Z.Bt, 79 I ) Lawrey's Mix I I/2 oz. Pkgs. ' SPAGHETTI 9/9o SAUCE "-/,J~ , ~ ~o.~h~oe ,, oz. ,kg. ~hmJF t 1]~"VANILLA WAFERS~i#" JUMBO RANCH Sol id EGGS FREE DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE: 794.8404 AIRWICK oz. 69 Hefty WASTE BAGS 39 Size With This Coupon 9 Reg $l .69 good only. at Larry's 'alue - 1/20th of one cent I.