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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, WA. Sept. 13t 1973 Cheryl Lynn Zurfluh became the bride of cake. Robert James Eastman August 18 In an even- Both graduated from Monroe High School in tng, single ring ceremony at Peace Lutheran 1972. The new Mrs. Eastman is employed by Church in Monroe. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zur- fluh, Route 2, Box 14A, and he, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Eastman, 494 West Columbia, all of Monroe. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a long white satin gown with a long chapel length train. Lace and seed pearls edged the full length sleeves and scooped neckline of her unusual gown and also bordered her long floor length veil. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses surrounded by large white daisies. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Sylvla Meyer of Seattle with Helen Petrlck, Carol Hamilton and Janet Eastman all of Monroe as bridesmaids. Two attendants wore white sheer flocked with yellow daisies over green crepe and two wore white sheer flocked with yellow datstes over yellow crepe. Richard Eastman served as best man for his brother and Gary Kolrud, Steve Johannsen and Glenn Hamilton ushered. . For her daughter's weddin , Mrs. Zurfluh chose a long beige gown with an orange, yeUow and brown design and the groom's mother wore a long two piece dress with a white top, blue and white skirt and blue and white Jacket. Each wore a corsageofyellow roses and daisies. Mrs. Cam Coon was organist with Georgine Sandbak, Sheryl and Pam Frombach singing the theme from "Love Story". Following the ceremony a reception was held for 200 guests in the Monroe I.O.O.F. Hall where a three-tiered wedding cake was cut by Karen Brtttatn of Monroe and the bride's Aunt, Pat Raben of Forks. Punch was served by Leslie Johnsen of Mon- roe and Pam Axtman of Granite Falls and the bride's sister Carol Zurfluh was tncharge of the guest book. Presiding over the gift table was Connie Zurfluh and Barbara Eastman, sisters of the bride and groom respectively, with Kerrte Hetchel, niece of the bride passing the groom's Trt Valley Drugs and her husband by Hand D Glass in Everett. The newlyweds will make their ftrsthome at 209 Dickinson Road, Apartment #2, in Monroe. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT EASTMAN (Crown Studio Portrait) 1327 Avenue D Snohom|sh Stldeuts Welcome Home Ec For s e.. off on all Fabric You., YOll WOM The Coordinated Look Ask for Mary or Barbara Senior Center Activities Activities at the East County Senior Center for the coming week include: Monday, September 17: Bowling -- Center Closed. Tuesday, September 18:I0 Pinochle, 10 Mint Bus to Everett, 12 Lunch. Wednesday, September 19: I0 Cards and Games, 10-3 Christmas Bazaar Crafts; 12 Lunch. PANCAKE BREAKFAST - 7 a.m. to I p.m. Thursday, September 20: I0 Ptnochle, 12Lunch, II 21:Lega1 -12 Aid Interviews. Friday, Sept'ember Free Massage, I0 Pinochle, 12 Lunch. of ew em Loun Saturday-September 15 Live usic ancin, inner houghts For ZUCCHINI: A summer squash of bushy growth with smooth slender cylindrical dark green fruits. And with summer drawing to a rapid close, Zucchini is really at the peak of its harvest. If you were luck-y enough to have planted Zucchini in your home gar- den, you should have plenty to try ,many different varied uses that are available for this vegetable. They are also readily abundant in local supermarkets. Mrs. Roberta Clark, P.O. Box 26, South Prarte, Washington, has been awarded a free subscription to the By I.AURENE PYSSON Monitor Rec~Ipe Judge Zucchini Pickle Relish I0 cups ground Zucchini 4 cups onions ground 5 tsp. salt MONITOR for sending along these two unusual Zucchini ideas. Let stand overnight in water to cover. Drain, rinse in cold water. Sweet Chunk Zucchini Pickles ADD: l cusp vinegar Peel squash and cut in chunks 4 1/2 cups sugar as you would for watermelon pick- 1 tsp. each -- nutmeg, dry mus- les. Cover with warm water, al- tard, tumeric and corn starch lowing 2 Tbsp. powdered Alum for 2 tsp. celery seeds each quart. Heat gradually--do not 1/2 green pepper boil, only to boiling point. Let stand I/2 red pepper at room temperature two hours. Re- move from Alum water and chill in Cook 30 minutes, put in pint Jars ice water, and seal in hot water bath for I0 SYRUP--BoU 5 minutes minutes. Sweet pickles might be a little extra work but are a real delicacy. The relish will add zest and sparkle to mealtimes. Schools in . . . and now is the perfect time for some backto school lunch box ideas. Any new recipes for cookies, easy to make cakes, sandwich spreads, after school snacks -- all will be welcomel Also recipes using apples, blackberries and pears will be timely now, so take a minute to Jot down your famUy favorites and send to Laurene Pysson, The Monroe Monitor, P.O. Box 399, Monroe, Washington 98272. The MONITOR is unable to test every recipepubltshed. We tryto in- dicate to you those that are tested, otherwise they are printed as sub- mltted. 2 pounds sugar 1 pint cider vinegar 2 Tbsp. whole cloves 2 cinnamon sticks (spices should be in bag) Remove squash from ice water. Cover with boiling syrup (cold pack in canner or crock). For 3 days drain syrup from pickles, scald and return to pickles. On the last day bring pickles to boiling point then pack in Jars. A little green coloring may be added Just before sealing if desired. For a large quantity: 30 pounds Zucchini yields 26 pints. This amount' would require: I0 pounds plus 4 cups sugar; 2 1/2 quarts vinegar; 1 pkg. cloves and 1 pkg. cinnamon sticks. Garden Club Meets Fern Bluff Grange tn Sultan will be the scene of a free dance for area senior ctt- izens September 21 beginning at 7:30 p.m. Music will be pro- vided by Ray and Olive Connet, long- time active members of the East County Senior Center tnMon- roe. All senior citizens are invited to attend and free refreshments will be served. Persons needing transportation may make arrangements by calling the senior center at 794-6359. Snohomish I Daily d Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30 Monroe Garden Club welcomed Mrs. Jack Bradshaw, formerly of Seattle, as a new member when it met Monday at the home of Mrs. Clarence Peters. New officers for the year were introduced: Mrs. George Ness, president; Mrs. William Faulds, vice presi- dent; Mrs. Steve Zarana, secretary; Mrs. Vince Nelson, treasurer and program chairman Mrs. Clarence Peters. A horticulture report and demon- stration of drying fresh plant material was given by Mrs. Palmer Olson. Comments on arrangements brought by members was given by Mrs. Peters as well as a demon- stration of arranging dried mat- erials. It was decided to attend the Alder- wood Manor Garden Club luncheon and program on Driftwood and Flowers" which will be October 10. Each member is to bring a bazaar idea to the next meeting, October 8, at Mrs. Cecil Kerr's home for the Flea Market which will be November 17. Dessert and coffee was served by the hostess. Never i UnderI