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:@ UW Degrees 00tU00.&apos;,M00mebwle,00: T, Streissguth Feb. 11, 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE FIVE OUNTY AOENT] Go To Three Valley League Results Funeral Was Men. L00od, Hem. Town Beauty Three Mourveites were among Visit ProgramFor The outook iofoation f  University of Waingten stu: WOODS CR_K LEAGUE Past 4 S Private funsal ervices were Peace Lutheran Guild Contest Started Karl I:lobsen indicates that the price of hay for the next three months will depend on the kind of weather we have. If the winter stays mild there should be very lile change in prices. If the weather should turn cold and it be a late Spring then prices could go up even higher. The price for hay next stunner looks like it will be somewhat lower than this past year, but still a good price for pro- ducers of the hay. There is slightly more acreage in the hay producing areas which should mean a .better buying situation for county dairy- men. Probably of equal importance is that selection will be better and dairymen can get quality hay if they watch and demand quality. FERTILIZING FORAGE The story of forage fertilization will be the topic of the Winter Da&y meetings for February 16 and 17. Darrell Turner, Extension Soil Specialist in outhying testing will be here for the two days. Turner is nmning some test plots in almost every Western Washing- ton cotmty including Snohoish to come up with some of the answers. Because quality forage is the back- bone of the dairy industry in the county these meetings will be of great importance to thooe raising grass and legumes. The 16th ses- sion wig be in Arlington at the American Legion Hall from 10:30 to oon and on the 17th they will be in Snohomish ,at the City Li- brary from 10:30 to noon."If you have questions on fertilizer for quality and tonnage come out for this meeting.  MASTITIS Dr. Phlip Hinze gave some good information ,last week at the two meetings on the importance of good equipment on control of mast2tis. He pointed out that action of the milking machine is very im- portant and they must be con- stantly watched in order to milk efficiently and control mastitis. Some of the pointers were to watch dents receiving degrees at the con- clusion of [:he autumn quarter, an- nounces Mrs. Ethelyn Toner, uni- versity registrar. Winning a bachelor of arts in business administration from here was John L. Bunge. Joseph M. Quaranto and Vito O. Quaranto earned a bachelor of arts in his- tory and bachelor of science in pharmacy, respectively. There were 463 bachelor's'de- grees, 147 advanced degrees and 56 certificates awarded. ,the vacuum to make sure the ,Rits were working at the vacuum they are supposed to be; fast milking and not leaving the machines on after the cow is milked was an- other point he made.'The action of the pulsator is very important and these should be checked often. In stmmng up his talk. I would Say to work with the men who sold yen your machines to get the best pos- sible nfilking job. BEEF PRICES The price of beef is a very im- pertant item to dairymen in that they mually have many cows going to market each year. The outlook for prices is down some from last year. How low the market goes will depend a .let on moisture con- tions in the midwest this year. If we have a dry season and they start to sell large number of breed- ing stock to reduce their herds the price will go down more than if moisture conditions are good. It is quite important that dairymen watch the 'beef price in order to do a top job of culling at the right time to take advantage of the price. Cull cows can average from 5 to l0 per cent of the gross in- come on a dairy ranch. When you combine this with the selling of calves R becomes an importaut part of dairy managemen.t. When using stocking-foot waders, la.ce your brogues tightly to pre- vent chafing of heels.--Sports Afield. Eagles No. 1 18 Bill's Union 13 Liquified Gas  11 Clarke Shell Co. 10 Carlson Welding 9 Wolfkill shur - Crop 8 Newt's Chevron 7 Schilaty Bros. 3 STATISTICS H. Fischer 204-223 Pocednik 204-211 Art Boyle 223-209 Eldon Furlong 239 Ralph Millbach 201 Cal Prentice' 222 Roy Jellison i 200 Jim Pope  205 Eagles No. 1 ', 996 New high scratch series Merrll`l Kern 212 Ernie Verlinde 201 Reg. Owen: 201 Bill Davis ... VALLEY LF, AGUE for house 522 513 S07 504 Sportsmen's 12 8 Monroe Motel  12 8 .Larry's Food - 12 8 Monroe Realty ' 10 9 Eagles ' 10 10 SullJvans , 9 II Rcbh)ns 8 11 ' Crowell I,og. 6 14 STATISTICS Emmet Sterne 219 512 Dale McCarty ml 527 IVfom-oe Realty 866 Mom'oe Motel ,... 2457 BUSS LEAGUE Campbell shoes  12 8 Cts Bros/} 12 8 Sultan Jaycces : 11 9 Coast to Coast I0 I0 Ingalls Realty 9 11 Minor Motors ! 9 11 Duvall Motors 9 11 Valley Feed 8 12 STATISTICS ! Jim Wallace  231 Earl Akers 235 HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE Darigold , 14 Monroe Motel :12 Monroe Sporting 11 Flynn's Towing I0 Bubble Up 7 610 6O2 601 588 John Hubbard i 219 553 Len Carr 213 548 Al Hagghmd ; : 204 545 Dale McCarty 201 539 Bill Davis i, 2 2840 Mel Kast 220 Wagner r LllIIr 923 2 STATISTICS 6 B.J. Prentice 192 9 CASCADE LEAGUE 9 N.W. Trophy 17 11 Gene's Service 15 12 Pastime Tavern ! 14 13 Flickner's Drive In 13 17 Eagles No. 3 13 Wagner Lumber ,11 Don Chevrolet ' 8 GoAl and Sen  4 STATISTICS MERRY MIXERS LEAGUE 585 572 N. W. Breeders 14 Sky Tree Farm 12 Odd Fellows  12 Roesler Log " I1 ROckL, H J Ranch I0 Sno King Dairy I 9 Pilchuck 6 Charles Refrig. 5 STATISTICS Waily S'th 202 A1 Dearie ... Ed Boetchenow ... BOb Blomster . Joe Redfield ... STARLITER$ IAUE 13 12 ii 10 8 7 4 Monroe Lockers 3ummings Bros. Monroe Bowl, Price Rite : Bill's "76" Union Monroe Eagles Drift Inn First Nat',1 Bank 6 7 8 9 13 Were Wells STATISTICS Carolyn Boyes 199-192 .Irene Gibso= 176 Joan Cedergreen  178 Peggy Young 176 Monroe Eagles 802 Bill's "76" Union ... Cummings Bros. ... JUNIOR LEAGUE, Pythons 12 Banjoes 12 10 held last Monday for Theodore C. 514 Streissguth, 68, of Monroe who died Friday, February 5, at Mon- 7 roe General Hospital alter an ex; 8 tended illness. 10 Services were in Purdy and Kerr 10 Chapel with burial in the !00F 11 Cemetery east of town. 13 Born in Arlington, Minn., Febru- 16 ary 14, 1891, Mr. Strelssguth had 20 been a' reside of Monroe for the ast three and a half years. He 568 was a veteran of World War I. 0 Survivors include a stepdaugh- 500 ter Mrs. Jules S. Gillette of Salt 543 Lake City, Utah; three sisters, 582 Mrs. Ida S. Dasher of Moroe, Mrs. 520 Harley Trowbridge of Snohomish 2,.6 and Miss Ella Streissguth of Seat- , ,tle; and two brothers, William C. Streissguth of Monroe and George H. Streissguth Minn. 5 8 8 8 10 11 14 15 522 508 .S08 500 6 7 7 9 I0 12 13 15 568 501 513 2204 2268 wow G-E HI-SPEED s149 DA.IOS DRYE HIGH SPEED DRYING SYSTEM--Fast-moving properly-warmed air flows through tumbling clothes ADJUSTABLE CON- TROLS- Select hlgh or low heat . . . push the start button! That's all Money saver.., time saver.., wife saver* G-E's Automatic Clothes Dryer fluff dries clothes more quickly . . . naturally, at safe, low temperatures. 'Big capacityholds ten pounds of clothes! Hurry! G-E's hottest Golden Value buy available at this close-our drying them naturally, you do! Clothes ome out ..... Clothes are never baked dry or damp-dry depend- price now In limited ouantides only against hot clothes basket ing upon the selected * .," or by direct heat. ettng. h:rYs'e'P2*'eJ Price nw m i'mited quantities nly" : J 11.f. UPRIGHT 30" RANGES F R E E Z E R '149" up '229 -..,.,o WASHER SPECIAL! Calrod Units Famous 0-: automaUc activator wash- Calrod Broiler Element flexible automatic control, big 10- Push Button Controls pound capacityl 6root,' " cola, V=lu, Sp,ci=l 41AAa= Removable Door For ... only ........................... i Easy Cleaning Need a Larger Freezer ? Take Two l l.foot Uprights $458.00 MONROE 8 8 10 Scorpions Vampires A program on home visitation was led by Rev. Martin C. Stuebe for members of Mary-Martha Guild of Peace Lutheran Church.. Guild members met February 3 in the church social hall wih Mrs. George Sabin and Mrs. Vern Coon as hostesses. Refreshments were served to I0 men of ,the church council and to two guests, Mrs. George Seippe and" Mrs. Robert Seippe and to the fol- lowing members: Mrs. Henry Bosch, Mrs. William Maser, Mrs. Vern Coon, Mrs. George Sebin, Mrs. James Pope, Mrs. Martin Stuebe, Mrs. Rudy Be.ringer, Mrs. Ernest Zabel, Mrs. Jacob Weber, Mrs. Werner Lang- her, Mrs. Ran Earlywine, Mrs. of 'Minneq@olis,' Mauvice Sneezy, Mrs. (aristine Neiffer, Mrs. Den Roasu and Miss 10 10 Frieda Persehau. 9 11 I Under the signature of Mayor Robert H. Follis a challenge was issued to all county rmcipalities, excluding Everett, to a beauti- cation contest in honor of C,eury 21 Exposition. In the challenge, Foilis poiuts out that the firm of Sears Roe- buck, through its urban renewal plan, is offering a first prize of $100, a second of $25, and, ff enough communities enter a third prize. The contest, Follis Says, will be held under the auspices of the r. ergreen District Garden clubs. Judging points will be '<xx]ed as fOllowS: General area improvemeut, 40 per cent; good choice of pant ma- terial, 35 per cent; color hamm, 15 per cent; originality, 10 per cel. V'dgs '7 13 I AVALON , STATISTICS ! Lowell zaaten 201 ' 509 M ,. onroe eatre John Bascom '164 371 I : W S R MIXED LEAGUE ] Aristoera 16 3 I Phone PY 4-4517 Roers 15 5 l Missiles , lO 10 I THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY Tigers 8 12 [ Februday 11-12-13-14 Sleepers 5 14 ] THIS FEATURE ONLY ADULTS 75c StOkers STATIST 15 I NO CHILDREN WITHOUT PAITJNTS Low Rollers 634 1855 | Aristocrats 634 1821 ] Dennis Parsons 191 554 ] Dick Osborne; !192 535 [ Hank Zandarski ... 529 ] Bill Snyder ... 516 [ Margaret Bjorling 157 437/ COFFEE TIMERS LEAGUE | Carlsons : 15 8 [ shari Lyn 15 9 / Johnson s Bakery 14 10 ] Main st. Barber 13 n i Monroe Floral 13 11 ] Eagles Auxiliary 8 16 | Monty's Evergreen 8 16 | Al's Cafe 6 17 l STATISTICS. / Myrt DeRooy 183 506 Eileen Court 211 487 Ardelle Kern 200 r.,c a m o .o ,, ..u. EVERGREEN =AGUE C McGUIRE" UEE. i'ENNEDY. DO00A'HUE Stormo Shake Mill 16 4 ............ 5 Please Remeber ADULTS ONLY 7 9 10 11 15 19 Monroe Pack 15 Union Oil 13" Scott's Trophy II Bob's Auto Repair I0 Index Redmen i9 Lions 5 Ken's Auto Rebuild 1 STATISTICS Wes Smith 244 588 Harry Sherman 217 570 Fred Geyer 201 551 Francis Jellisen 212 533 Dick Osborne , ... 532 Rick Drivstnen ... 523 Noel Absher ... 512 Hank Zandarski ... 503 John Danhof 500 Sterne Shake Mill  2536 110,000,000 $nericans hold pli- cies with 1,300 life nsurance com- panies. The governor of only one state, J. Hugo Aronson of Montana, was ,born outside he U. S. (in Sweden). THURSDAY and SUNDAY Feature 7:45 Only -- Cartoon 7:15 FRIDAY and SATURDAY Feature 7 and 9:40 ADDED SHORT SUBJECT.- Color Travelogue "Assignment South Pattie" also Magoo Cartoon KIDDIES MATINEE..- Saturday Open 1 pam. "Abbot and Costello LOST IN ALASKA" 2.3 Stooge Comedies -.- Magoo Cartoon All Seats 35 February Specials At... Monroe UNICO NYLON TRUCK TIRES PYramid 4-5511 600 x 16 6 ply ................................................ $29.95 6,50 x 16 6 ply ...... , ............................................ . 33.65 670 x 15 6 ply .................................................. 32.45 700 x 15 "6 ply ...... .' ........................... - .............. , 35.95 825 x 20 i0 ply 82'50 1000 x 20 12 ply 13 i.85 ALL PRICES INCLUDE EXCISE TAX AND MOUNTING ALL PRICES SUBJECT TO STOCKS AVAILABLE FOR -- PIGS --- PETS --. POULTRY SINGLE LAMP BROODER Reg. $2.90 = Speml r '1" im Batteries-- Regular Price 6 Volt 24 Month Group I ...................................... $12.6 12 Volt36 Month Group 24S ............................ 18.75 February Spe $28.21 30.75 30.98 33.13 74.22 121.70 $11.95 17.95