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Antique Lace Hank>, Carried By Bride |1 I f Thought r .o by NELLIE ROBERTSON Monitor Recipe Judge Holiday time means speciP" recipes, es- pecially in the beverage catego.'yo Two of our readers have sent in recipes that will warm the cockles of your heart and give you that holiday glow. The first contributor is Rosalyn Marriott, 179th S.E., Monroe, who tells us how to make hot buttered rum. Hot Buttered Rum then cook without stirring until syrup reaches the soft ball stage (238 degrees). Remove from heat and add brandy along with walnut halves. Stir until the nuts are well coated. Four on- to waxed paper and separate the nuts. Makes one pound. Rosalyn Marriott and Marie Trapp will re- ceive one year's free delivery of the Monroe Monitor for the recipes printed in this week's food column If you have a special recipe that your friends rave about and you want to share it, send it to the Monitor Recipe Judge, Monroe Monitor, Box 399, Monroe. For every recipe received the son of Mr. 'and Mrs. Floyd Fugier, Monroe. Mr. Van Moos gave his daughter in marriage and the double ring ceremony was performed by Pastor Paul Wietzke. The white carpeted aisle was lined with pink and cran- berry colored ribbons at the pews and the bouquets of pink gladioli and cranberry carnations were garnished with the same ribbons. Mr. Don Good was the organist, Dianne Hiette, the soloist, Mrs. John Lee played the flute and the guitarist was Dave Herivel. They rendered several selections. The white wedding gown was princess style with a ca- thedral length train trimmed with scalloped cut lace around the bottom. The bodice was enhanced with cut lace and bead trim with traditional sleeves featuring bead trim. The veil was double tiered and was held with a Victorian head- piece. Mrs. Jerry Small of Stanwood designed the gown. Cascading willie carnations highlighted the bridal bou- quet with miniature pink and red roses and stephanotis. Julia Gilmore, Stanwood, and Janet Miller, Bellingham lit the candles and were attired in gowns having pink em- pire tucked bodices and cranberry colored full length skirts. Sister of the bride, Marita Van Moos was maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Barb Edwards, Marysville, Annette Anderson, Tacoma, Anne Tinkham and Carol Rygg, Stanwood and Cindy Fugier, Monroe. The maid of honor wore a long pink gown with an empire tucked bodice and the bridesmaids had similar dresses but in cranberry. They all wore haloes of miniature pink carnations and carried pink candles surrounded with miniature pink carnations. Pearl chain necklaces, gifts from the bride, adorned them all. Tina Marie Floe was flower girl and Todd and Tyler Floe. twins, carried the rings. They are all the children of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Floe of Lynnwoodl The best man was Terry Walsh of Monroe and the ushers were Gary Fugier and Ran Matlock of Monroe, Brian Van Moos and Lonnie Anderson from Stanwood and Don Martin, Arlington. They wore black tuxedos with black vel- vet lapels, pink shirts with black trim and pink bouton- nieres. The bride's mother was attired in a long winter white dress with a matching short jacket while the groom's mother chose a long powder blue gown with a short jacket trimmed with gold. They both had cymbidium orchid cor- sages. Hostesses for the reception held in the church were Mesdanies Dick Floe, Jerry Small and Ray Rygg, all of Stanwood. The three tiered cake, white and cranberry colored, fea- tured a fountain and was topped with a bride and groom. Those helping at the reception were Sue Van Moos, Ann and Mary Floe, Dabble Matlock, Terry and Audrey Fugier and Mesdames Eddie Riche, Gordon Clauson, Joe Van Moos. Don Cunningham, Gerry Campbell, Ran Matlock and Wayne Fugier. A second reception was held at Viking Hall in Silvana with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Edwards of Marysville and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Moos of Seattle as hosts. The new Mrs. Fugier graduated from,Stanwood High School. attended Central Washington State College and is presently attending Western Washington State College ma- joring in elementary education. The groom is a Monroe High School graduate, served in the U.S. Army and is presently employed at Twin City Foods, Inc. in Stanwood. The couple is at home in Stanwood and plans a Christ- mas honeymoon to the Washington coast. and printed, one year's free subscription to Soften and mix together (it will look the paper will be given to its sender. very lumpy): 1 pound butter ,, ; ; 1 quart vanilla ice cream A d: VISITTHE NEIA' YARN 1 pound brown sugar 1 pound powdered sugar . IN SNOHOMISH! $ Mix well. You can add 1 tablespoon of ctn- Great Christmas Buys namon, 1 tablespoon of nutmeg and 1/2 tea- -- "~| Ill v M~ .. _ ' IB Yarns Accessories ~[~ Put a Jigger of dark rum in cup, add hot rewel Needlepoint water and 1 or 2 teaspoons of batter. 'e Rugs Looms Keep frozen and enjoy!" Instruct,ons -- Classes .. .....i Register Now "When you make coffee, make it Irish," ,,., , ,our=: , s:3o . for Crochet Classes writeSand here'sMariehowTrapP'to do tt.115 Sam Street, Monroe, I 121 Union Ave., Snohomish Phone 568-7700 $ Irish Coffee fcg lt ,hPttfPqfJ -k,h Into Irish coffee glasses, pour 1 jigger of Irish whiskey and 1 teaspoon sugar. Fill the glass with hot, black coffee to within 1/2 inch of the top. Stir well. Add fluffy peaks of lightly whipped cream taking care that the cream doesn't mix with the coffee. Sip the brew through the cream. If desired, sprinkle ererald green sugar over the top. Marie's contribution also includes a recipe for brandy iced walnuts which seems rather special for this particular season. Brandy Iced Walnuts 1/4 cup corn syrup 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup water 3 tablespoons brandy 3 cups walnuts (halves) Combine corn syrup and water; bring to a boil over medium heat stirring constantly, ,. Many choices at special prices and special terms for flood victims. ISculptured ". ........... ~-" " ~t~ ....:..:':.: ..... "" " "" "'" "'"'""'"'":"'i '"" '"":" '" ".'.'.:'.... ::.~.~' ~i~ k'., r. ~t, ~.~:,ri I:.......:.. Ore-- M u,t, C0,o;N:l} 2f] -;-::* ....... "::: ........ ::" I+; Rubber back pad LG. DISCOUNTS ON KITCHEN VINYL I 2nd Ave. C, Snohomish 568-9O65 The Tualco Grange Christ- mas party will be held at 8~ p.m., Saturday, December 20. i Members are asked to bring[ sandwiches and cookies. TIlE GENERAL SlOl|, by Days - Lee - Levi - Farah by Days-.Lee - Seafarers -Levi - Fa.rah by Van Heusen- Munslng- Pendleton- Campus - DeeCee - Jantzen Houri: Mon-Frl 9:30-8:30 Saturday 9:30-5:30 SECOND & CEDAR SNOHOMISH 568-4233 Betty Crocker Mashed Shortening Carnation 16 oz. Jar NBC Asst. Golden Ripe All Flavors e//o 6 oz. 22 oz. Gnt. Btl. Sandwich Sliced LB. From grass cattle Dec. 18, 1975, Monitor, Monroe, WA, Page Five Make The "GREENHOUSE" Your HOLIDAY HOUSE! We Have Arrangements & Gifts to Mak Your HoUS;oG l;uWl,w i27v i:l i Cheer . tr ee: S 044 Lge. 16 oz. Box 3 lb. Tin Planters reg. 15 Bar Peanut Block Dry Fry Lge. 13 oz. Can Purina Satsuma z pper skinned Ibs Bango Popcorn 21b, Bag 50 lb. Sk. Pillsbury Cake I Bow Decorators [ Handi- Wrap 4 1/2 oz. J 100 ft. Aero I Roll %, DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE: 794-8404 50 oz. Box IU BUTTERBALL- BELTSVILLE POP-UP TIMERS PLUS A FINE SELECTION OF QUALITY HAMS AND POULTRY Skinned and Boned LB II Hygrade- variety meats 12 OZ. PKG. i=