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December 28, 1972

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_Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, WA, December 28, 1972 m i f- Thoughts For Food... By LAURENE PYSSON" Monitor Recipe Judge Hot Spiced Punch With most of the holiday hustle, bustle over it's a grand time to relax and enjoy a roaring fire on New Years Day and stay out of the kitchen as much as possible. You can have a good old fash- ioned family meal by just planning 4 cups hot water ahead so there's no muss or fuss. Mrs. Robert F. Wall of 15520 182rid Avenue S.E. will receive a year's free renewal to the MONITOR for sending this prepare 3 cans water ahead Jetlo Holiday Salad whichwill be especially complimentary to the 1 tsp. whole allspice traditional turkey or ham. Jello Holiday Salad 2 packages "(3 oz. each) Orange Jello, 1 1/2 cup boiling water, 2 Tbsp. grated orange rind; 1 can (16 oz.) jellied cranberry sauce, 1 can (8 3/4 oz.) crushed pine- apple (drained), and 1/2 cup diced celery. Dissolve gelatin in boiling water. Add orange rind and cranberry sauce. Chill until thickened. Stir in pineapple and celery. Pour into 1 1/2 quart mold or bowl. Holiday Salad is very easytomake and will lend a different flavor plus a colorful touch to the table. Give it a try and it's sure to become a holiday tradition at your house! Hot Spiced Punch can be aperfect companion for all those holiday cookies, candies and goodies. Try it anytime -- when there's a snap in the air and you want a change from coffee or tea, you'll find it especially refreshing. Mrs. Joyce Pearce of 711 W. Main will receive a year's free subscrip- tion to the MONITOR for sharing this thirst quenching idea with us. 1 package cherry or raspberry jello (4 oz. size) 1 large can frozen orange juice (12 oz.) 3 sticks cinnamon Combine all ingredients in large pan and simmer for approximately 30 minutes. Remove spices and serve warm Mrs. Pearce says this recipe may be doubled or trip led easily. She stresses do not use Tang as it separates in heating. Now is a good time to send in your favorite budget-stretcher recipes and ideas for those leftovers of turkey or ham. Tasty new recipes will be fun to try so, take a minute to jot them down and send to Laurene Pysson, The Monroe Monitor, P.O. Box 399, Monroe, 98272. The MONITOR is unable to test every recipe published. We try to indicate to you those that aretested, otherwise they are printed as sub- mitted. Jeannie Sue Rainwater (Crown Studio Portrait) Engagement Announced Mrs. Lila St. Aubin of Everett and Mr. Ernie Rainwater of Snohomish are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter Jeannie Sue i Rainwater to Dale Herbert Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Schwartz of 210 S. Madison in Monroe. The bride-to-be is a 1972 graduate of Cascade High School in Everett. He is a 1971 graduate of Monroe High School and is presently a student at Everett Community College while employed at Safeway in Monroe. A February 2 wedding is planned at Bethel Assembly Church. .Auditions Set Open auditions for roles in "Man of La Mancha," the next production of the Ev- erett Community Col- : lege theatre depart- For Musical and scripts are aVail- able at the Playhouse, telephone 259-3355.. Community Club ment, will be held Jan- uary 4, 5 and 6 at the Slates" ";-meeTing . j ,~ College Playhouse, Gr'anrimnhAv o ' i1917 Calif0~ia Ave-... The Park Place Com-club will hold IIHUIIIULH~IIO nue in Everett. '~ munity Audition hours areits next meeting Jan- Set Meeting Plans Laid For Mobile Home Show i]7to 10 p.m. January uaryMrs. 2Charlesat the homewoos_Of 4 and 5, and 2to5p.m. January 6. The musical playwill be presented at the Playhouse in Feb- ruary. "M~n of La Mancha'J has a cast of 20 to 30, including five or six female roles. Persons of all ages over 15 years are welcome to try out, Director Ar- den Flom said. Those auditioning should prepare a vocal or dance num-- ber. An accompanist will be provided. Further information ley. The club met re- cently at the home of Mrs. Florence Broughton for their annual Christmas Party and gift ex- change. The following Mes- dames were treated to Christmas organ music and a pot luck dinner: Robert Grow- cock, Pauline Law, Dora Bloor, EthelM. Guptil, G e raldine Leitz, Harold Kauf- fman, Gurtd Torseth, Art Broughton, Sylvia Bagley, Ernest Akers and Olga Reese. T h e Associated Grandmother's Club will meet January 16 at the home of Lenora Growcock. The grandmothers met recently at the home of Mrs. Ethel Guptill for a turkey pot.luck dinner and gift exchange. The following mes- dames were present: Bertha Lemke, Le- nora Growcock, Eliz- abeth Verlinde, Grac- ella Kauffman and guests Eva Seaun- ier, Maude Spafford Brown and Lanah Snell. The second annual Mobile Home and Recreational Vehicle Show will be held at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Mon- roe February 14-19, director Ray Dobos announced. The show, sponsor- ed by the Washing- ton Mobile Home and Recreational Vehicle Association, will draw together exhibits of mobile homes, travel trailers, campers, motorhomes and ac- cessories to give the public a complete pic- ture of the outdoor way of life. Also represented will- be land develop- ment companies, camping groups, and financial institutions. Show hours will be 1 to 9 p.m. daily. Last years show drew almost 13,000 spectators, and the 1973 show is planned for even more. With the grandstand seats removed from the Sports Arena more room will be pro- vided for exhibits, and if enough dealers par- ticipate, the area under the grandstand will house additional exhibits of recrea- tional vehicles. Tickets for the event will be 50 cents for children, $1.25 for adults, or a special family rate of $2.50. New Arrival Mr. and Mrs. How- ard J. Davis of Sno- homtsh, became the parents of a baby girl, born December 21 at Valley General Hospital. The baby, named Sheryl Dee, weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces. We hope you like it. May every day unfold for you a world of joy and happiness. Dever's Furniture N. Lewis Monroe 794-7505 Let Us remem good days of yesteryear and welcome the future that is ours to share. Schrag & Meeds Shell Service Highway 2 Monroe 794-8630 May your life, your world be filled with the mm~th of ~ips and the treasure of love. Shopping Center Barber Shop Monroe Shopping Center Monroe Barber Main Street. Monroe HappyH0l aay I May the New Year bring only joy and peace to everyone. Livio & Mary Pork Place Grocery 794-8209 Boston Pizza House 117 E. Main Mon roe 794-5990 That's right, Happy New Year! Thank you ]:or, your friendly patronage in the past. .We will continue to serve you with our friendly service in '73l (S.F.) "Buck" Morgan Standard Oil Company Distributor " Ann Street Monroe 794-7303 :Z::OZi.DA : IiV~ send our best greetings to our many friends and neighbors. Have a good year. M onroe Auto Parts 115 I/2 W. Main Monroe 794-6500