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P._age Four, Monitor, Monroe, WA. Au mst 1973 Senior Center A tivities Monroe Man Married In California August 2, Activities at the East County Senior Center for the coming week include: At home in Imperial Monday, August 6: 12 Potluck Lunch; I All Beach, California, Member Advisory Board Meetlng;12:30 Bowling. where the groom is Tuesday, August 7: I0 Pinochle; 10 Mini- stationed with the Bus to Everett; 12 Lunch. Navy, are newlyweds Wednesday, August 8:I0 Cards and Games; Mr. and Mrs. Scott 10-3 Handcrafts-Thelma; 12 Lunch. R. Cedergreen (An- Thursday, August 9: I0 Pinochle; 12 drea Carole Skipper). Lunch; 12:45 Health Department. The ceremony unit- Friday, August 10: 9-12 Free Massage-- tng the daughter of Ray Connet--Appolntment Only; I0 Pinochle; Mr. and Mrs. Macy 12 Lunch; AUGUST 12 -- FREE SALMON, G. Skipper Jr. of 1 P.M. Eagles Park. Memphis, Tennessee and the son of Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Cedergreen of Monroe, took place Baptist Church the evening of July 21 at the First United Sets Vacation Methodist Church, VBS Chula Vista, caltf- Plans Bible School or.,.. Attending the bride First Baptist Church as matron of honor on Valley View Road "M y Wonderful was Mrs. Ron Brig- in Monroe will hold Lord" is the theme none of Imperial vacation bible school of Wagner Commun- Beach, California and Double Knit Slacks ,ro August 6 to 10 lty Church's vacatton Marv Harbin of between 6:30 and 9 bible school scheduledFresno, California p.m. each evening, from August 6 to I0 stood as best man, Uncut Flared Cords O en to youngsters between 9:30 a'.m. andFollowing the cere- from four to 14 years 12 noon. mony a reception was old, registration will Songs, stories, hand- held in the garden icrafts and games will courtyard of t h e -- be held August 4 at 10 highlight the week's church. a.m. activities. The new Mrs. Ced- Teachers are Chest- ergreen is a1971grad- er Haugland, Renee uate of MemphisCen- Mon.-Fri. Open Til 8 Hearing Aid Repairs Bradley, Mikki Ful- tral High School and cher and Bob Thomas is employed at the assisted by Karen Palm Avenue Pet Sun 12:30-500 Curnutt, Dan Coffman Clinic in Chula Vista. and Brock Bradley. Scott is a 1968 grad- The church is located uate of Monroe High on the spot on most makes and models $4. 75 plus parts Complete overhauls available 20% discount for Senior C ltizcm and children Free estimates 2805 Colby Avenue Everett. Wash. 252-8762 a mile North of Wag- ner Community Hall and East on 116 Street Southeast. Youngsters needing transportation should call 794-7588. School and is serving with a Navy Helicopter A n t i-S u b m arlne Squadron HS-8. rThought I1[ r d By I_AURENE PYSSON Monitor Recipe Judge Love those Summertime snacks, beaten eggs to creamed mixture and And nothing beats fresh, home- stir in oats and milk. made cookies for a refreshing break. Sift flour mixture over dates, Mrs. Jeannte Wilson, Route 2, coconut and nuts and mix in Box 316, Snohomtsh, supplied an thoroughly. Add to other ingred- ideal suggestion to gap those hot tents and mix well. Drop by small afternoon breaks-- "Date, Coconut tablespoonfuls on lightly greased Oatmeal Cookies". cookie sheet 3 inches apart. Bake| They are a scrumptious, moist at 350 degrees 10-12 minutes. J cookie that's chuck full of lots ofIts not too often you find such an ] good-for-you ingredients that's a easy-to-make, yet nutritious, snack| great take-along for hiking and treatl camping trips, picnics or Just plain When busy summer activities call nibbling from the cookie Jar. for snacks, these "Date, Coconut A year's free renewal to the Oatmeal Cookies" are perfect MONITOR will be sent to Mrs. Wtl- energy suppliers. son for sharing thtsfavorttewtthus.Give them a try and you'll find! them high on your favorite cookie Date, Coconut Oatmeal Cookies listl 1 1/2 cups sifted flour We wish to remind you that the 1 tsp. baking powder recipe section will continue only! 1/2 tsp. salt with your participation. 1 tsp. soda So, now is the time to give other 1 tsp. cinnamon homemakers a chance to try your 1 tsp. allspice special dishes and desserts. Es-i 1/2 cup butter or margarine pectally welcome would be yourfam- 1 cup sugar Uies favorite raspberry, blueberry 1/4 cup milk and blackberry ideas and recipes. 3 eggs well beaten Just take a minute to write down 2 cups quick cooking oats your favorites and send to Laurene 1 cup chopped dates Pysson, The Monroe Monitor, P.O. 1/2 cup angel flake coconut Box 399, Monroe, 98272. 1/2 cup chopped nuts The MONITOR is unable to test Combine flour, baking powder, every recipe published. We try to salt, soda and spices. 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A honeymoon trip along the Oregon Coast and to C al lfornia followed the July 21 marriage of James Brian Cabe of Arlington and Alice Bergstrom of Mount Vernon at the Little Church on the Hill in Sylvania. Pastor James Nyberg performed the ceremony. Cabe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cabs sO roMOmnr? 1 Thmp ib:t::d roW toefrLB::egy: The bride, wearing a lace gown and floor length veil, and carrying a bouquet of pink roses, was given in marriage by her father, in the double ring ceremony. The bride's mother wore a mist green dress. Mrs. Cabe wore a blue suit dress. The attendants were Susan Sanchez, maid of honor, and Judy Bratnerd, bridesmaid. Leah Fallts was flower girl. The best man was Allan Retner. Richard and Ronald Cabe, the groom's brothers, were ushers. Randy Cabe lit the candles, and Darren Cabs was ring bearer. They are brothers of the groom. The couple will make their home in Mount Vernon. AUTO Offers a Complete Line of Auto Parts 115 1/2 W. 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