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July 31, 1975, Monitor, Monroe, WA,Page Five II (From Page 4) Pineapple Up-side Down Cake Combine a #2 can of crushed pineapple, a 3 ounce package of instant vanilla pudding and I/2 cup milk in saucepan and bring to aboil. Stir so it is mixed good then pour pineapple and pudding mixture into a buttered 9 inch square cake pan. Chill until firm Prepare I/2 package of white or yellow cake mix and pour over the chilled pineapple pudding mix. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 350 degrees for 3 minutes. Cool on wire rack for 15 minutes before turning over onto plate. Serve with dream whip or whipped cream. If you have some equally delectable recipes to share, send them to Monitor Recipe Judge Nellie Robertson, c/o the Monroe Monitor, P.O. Box 399 and receive one year's free sub- scription to the paper. r 670 square feet, Ample Parking Ideal for insurance Agency, Accountant, Attorney, Etc. Adjacent to Vantage Realty (Formerly location of Farmers Insurance Agency) Ask For Bud Busch I I The June report of the Snohomish County Dairy Herd Improvement Association shows the county daily average per cow was 44.8 pounds of milk and 156 pounds of butterfat. These of- ficial records were compiled in accordance with the rules and regulations adopted bythe Snohom- tsh County DHIA Board, Washington State DHIA, approved and supervised by the United States De- partment of Agriculture and Washington State University. High herd honors wentto Bartelhetmer Broth- ers, Snohomtsh, with an average of 2o13 pounds of butterfat per day. Others with high herds in the 100 cow and over category were Heimdal Farm, Stanwood, 1.86; Frank Bueler, Snohom- ish, 1.85; Craven Brothers, Everett, 1.84; Ric- ville, Snohomtsh, 1.80; Henry Graafstra, Arling- ton, 1.77; Hansen Brothers, Everett, 1.76; Gale Wallace, Snohomish, 1.76; George Klein, Marys- vtlle, 1.74; William Stach, Snohomish, 1.74; Case Lanting, Arlington, 1.73; John Misich, Snohom- ish, 1.71; Institutional Industries Y 10 Monroe, 1.70; Duane Kuhlman, Snohomish, 1.70; Royce Carlson, Arlington, 1.65; Diamond M Farm #1, Snohomish, 1.64; A1 Steiner, MarysvUle, 1.63; John Hansen, Monroe, 1.62; Start Faber, Arling- ton, 1o61; Diamond M Farm #2, Monroe, 1.58; and Dan Bartelheimer, Snohomish, 1.57. High herds in the Under 100 Cow catergory were led by Elmer Klein, Arlington, with 2.05 pounds of butterfat per day. Also high in this category were Gerald Klein, Arlington, 1.87; Hank Breekveldt, Arlington, 1.76; Wilbur Eppinga, Monroe, 1.76; Normanna Farm, Stan- wood, 1o75; Ulrich Brothers, Snohomish, 1.74; Fred Steen, Marysvtlle, 1.72; Don Steffen & Son, Monroe, 1.66; Barr Farms, Inc., Monroe, 1.64; Richard Hartzell, Monroe, 1.64; Peters Sybrandy, Arlington, 1.63; and Carleton's Milk Barn, Everett, 1.58. Top producing cow completing a 305 day rec- ord this month was in the Four year old cate- (Continued on Page 6) change They get darker as the sun gets brighter, And vice-versa. In stylish colors. Photo Gray and new Photo Brown. ........... In you r choice of fashionable frames. In plain lenses or in your prescription. Get glasses that change. Sun Sensor Glasses.. At Vista Optical Center. Look Into It. Everett Mall 355.14OO J Monroe Chamber of Commerce is planning a Frontier Days par- ade in conJunction with the opening of the Evergreen State.Fair opening in Monroe on August 23, Co-Chair- man John Heichel said. Community clubs, service organizations and youth groups are encouraged to partici- pate, Heichel said. For further inform- ation and registration contact Heichel at the Bank of Everett. All Men's & Boys' Men's Printed Women's Name Brand Women's Famous Maker 00000000000000000000000 Children's sizes 3-6X, 7-14, infants Special Selection Men's & Boys' short sleeve Special Selection Men's & B6ys" Special Selection 2nd & Cedar Snohomish Sale limited to stock on hand \ / A $1,996 bid was awarded to Devers Furniture of Monroe to supply window cur- tains for the new city hall building. The only bid receiv- ed for the job, the price included instal- lation. On a motion by Coun- cilman Harry Donovan the bid was accepted by a 4-1 vote with Councilmen Donovan, Donnetta Walser, Lloyd Helm and Mike McCloud voting ' 'yes' ' and Ewalt Schrag, ~ crlO"o patentee 0riiinator of Jet Pumps i( Of |h8 fll| l Come in or phone: Monroe Hordwore & SPORTING GOODS Monroe Shopping Center Dining Room and Bath One of a kind items at ridiculous prices In Old Safeway Shopping Center Snohomish 1 lb. Tub Pkg. Sliced Cut Beans Spinach Mixed Veg French Beans Peas & Carrots II 16 oz. Tins Pure Vegetable 48 oz. Jug Nalley's 15 oz. Tin $779 Kraft American D.L. Darigold 6 oz. Pkg. Purino New Beef or Ige. size THEM THE FINI Ea. 4 lb. Bag Ige. bunches juicy Valencia Ibs. Detg. Spring WlSK Jug 50 ClothesPins Regular Soap Confidets Box ,0 DELIVERY SERVICE Irish Spring Bath 29 Size Thrifty Sliced by 99 Hygrade Bulk Type Avg. 9 to lb. Lb. iii Fresh Frozen 3# Avg. Lb. WE SPECIALIZE - CUSTOM CUTTING Boneless - Swiss or Broil Steak Full Cut - Flavor Delight Lb. /