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Page Eight, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Oct. 22, 1970 Of All Things by,J.J. Steiner ARENA LIGHTS: Things are turning up radidly for our happy horse people at Monroe's sparkling new Sports Arena. Busy nights in- clude an "Open Ride" event with owners com- ing in for practice, working colts and all kinds of horsy chatter. A token fee of a dollar a horse takes care of the tab for the evening. Friday nights are booked for steer roping, the rodeo classic, with promising young topers getting in valuable practice sessions., It's the Half-Arab Club of Washington on Saturday nights with owners getting in both riding and training time. Upcoming is a probable "Family Riding Club" night with an invitation to all valley residents for general riding and games. Emphasis here would be on the family unit or riders regardless of the type of horse owned. All in all it's a neat agenda being handled by Manager Steve McCulloch. ***.** COLOR HIM RED: Kris Kringle will come early for Monitor-Valley News readers this year. We're putting a handsome, pre-Christ- mas tabloid section together, in living, color, for delivery prior to Thanksgiving carrying im- portant news on all that's new and gtvable ~or the festivities of Christmas. With the increasingly fine selection of goods and gifts being offered by retailers of the area, you can look for much bright "ad-news" in the section. We'll cover the total valley markets, using both of our publications. ***** AND THEN THERE WERE GROUSE: He really hoped for a horned trophy, but Clyde LeMaster settled for a nice bag of grouse from the Methow last week. The husky boss of the Snohomish building materials firm found the eastern Washington country "powder dry" with mule deer few and far between. There are game counts, official and unofficial, but Clyde says he's buying a little of both: ***** CLUB WILL COME TO ORDER: Nice thing about our healthy oldsters is their ambition to maintain an active life. Nothing so heart- warming as a foxy Grandpa who'd rather pitch a horseshoe than yak about his miseries. So is there anybody out there with a spare club house waiting for some real action. Young Ross Young has his sights set on an East County Senior Center, a meeting house where all his activists can set up a program for daily action. They could spend a little money, but Young figures a no-dues club with members running the place each day would get the show on the road. Monroe's Methodist Church fellowship room will be the scene for an organizational meeting Tuesday afternoon, October 27. Whiz kids can talk to Young about the whole thing as per a complete news story' elsewhere in this issue of the Monitor. Some Golden Age enthusiast could now come forth with a head- quarters facility. Let's hear it for RoSS Young and his "let's live lively" set. , ***** KILLOWAT KAPER: Keeping those wires humming is the theme of the day for Hizzoner Jack Law, Monroe's keeper of the keyS. The city's headman roams the valleyS in asteady beat to tee that P.U.D. lines guffe.r a bare: minimum of power outage . ItL not a revenue los% concern, the big power firm just doesn't want you heading for work with a cold ahower: ***** SNOHOMI,%H ~IORGA'~BORD: If you've got gourmet fare in mind take a look at the Granada Inn', tas.W new addition to their choice menu at the bnohomt&h food house. You'll 5tart with Chicken Ktev, a Rusdan entree of bone- le~5 dreuBed capon with a luciou~ butter ~e&%oning. Or ~kip to their Cordon Bleu, the famous French dish of veal %-teak s~tffed with ham and cheese. And for eafood palate plea ure you'll trea ure abalone steak grilled in a tasty egg batter. Busy banquet room at Ran Bedford eatery weekly host Kiwanian , Lion and the Chamber of Commerce in a de- lightful atmosphere. , ***** YOU DON'T MELT IT-YOU DRAW IT. But- ter that t8. Place one or two cubes of butter (depending on what hat, to be dre~ed} in an iron tktllet. Keep heat on fairly high. After the "-tuff t$ nearly melted take a wire whip, hold the "skillet on edge lightly and start to whip. You'll beat for at least 20 mtnutea. Then you'll have a thin. almout like water liquid with a light caramel taste. Just great for fish, corn or anything el~.:e calling for a= drawn butter dr~tng. All amateur chef~ NROTC Scholarship Program Announced Two Boys, Girl Are New At Valley General The 25th annual nat- ional competition for the Naval Reserve Officers Training C o rp s (NROTC) Col- lege Scolarship Pro- gram has commenced. The NROTC College Scholarship Program prepares a young man for a Navy or Marine Corps commission while he is studying at one of the many civilian colleges and universities w h e r e NROTC Units are e- stablished. All tuition, fees, uniforms, and books are furnished by the Navy, and the stu- dent receives $50 per month subsistence al- lowance f o r four years. During t h e summers bet w e e n academic y e a r s, the student participates in interesting a t-s e a training periods as a Midshipman. Aft e r successfully complet- ing a baccalaureate le- vel college course and all military require- ments, he is commis- sioned in the Regular Navy or Marine Corps. Applicants for this program will be con- sidered based o n scores obtained o n either the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT} of the College Entrance Examination Boa r d (C EEB), Princet o n, New Jersey, or the American College Test (ACT} of the American Co 11 e g e Testing Program, Iowa City, Iowa, in lieu of the Navy Col- lege Aptitude Test (NCAT) previous 1 y utilized. Applicants for the 1971 NROTC College Scholarship Program must: (1) Apply for and take either test specified above at their own ex- pense prior to 31 Dec- ember 1970. (2) Arrange with the appropriate test, n g agency for the submis- sion of their scores to the NROTC College Scholarship Program. (3) Apply for the NROTC College Schol- arship Program be- tween 1 April 1970 and 1 December 1970 in accordance with the 1971 Bulletin of Infor- mation. Eligible high school students and graduates should submit their applications before 1 December 1970. Ap- plication forms a r e available from high school couselors, the nearest Navy or Mar- ine Corps Recruiting Station which is listed in your telephone di- rectory. Bar S Picnics Sweet Smoked 6 to 8 Pounds (Sliced lb. 45') Rib Steaks Two boys and a girl are the newest occu- pant~ in Valley Gener- al Ho~pttal~ nuruery. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey R. Jordan of .Btartup celebrated Columbus Day by becoming par- ent of a baby boy. They cho~e the name Mark Anthony for their little son who weighed 8 pounds, 15 1/2 ounce&. A We~t Main treet couple, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald P. Girard, had a baby aon on October 16. Named Terry James, he weighed 8 pound, 2 ounces. Mr. and Mr$.Gerald Tajchman of Route 2 had not chosen a name by Tue%day for their little glrl born Octo- ber 18. The baby weighed 8 pound , 15 ounces. U.S.D.A. ChoiceBeef$117 Cut from Small End, Aged for Flavor! lb. Boneless Roast ~sD,'Cho,. 8eel Chuck Beef Short Ribs U SD, Cho,.. Delicious Boneless Stew u:s.D.*.Cho,. Beef. 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Wednesday, 0ctobar 21st throush Saturday, Odober 24th in M on roe. ehclous Apples Fo.~y Wa reserve the right to limit quanttias, no sales ta dealars. Fresh Spinach B.o.,.o, 2 ,,h,. 29' Pomegranates ,id,,.s ~o.eThem Eo 19' Caramel Apples Ri~ To,,y ,,.o,2 For29c Yellow Onions s--, ~,~ Spanish Bag 29c ~'~COPYRIGHT 1960. SAFEWAY STORES. INCORPORATED