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Page Six, Monitor, Monroe, WA, April 24, 1975 i 24 Hour Answering Service Service - New & Used Sets for Sale 113 E. Main Monroe With a pair of one run victories, the Mon- roe Bearcats baseball squad catapulted to the top of the Northwest AA league charts last week with a flawless 3-0 slate. The Cats squeeked out a 5-4, 9 inning tri- umph over Lake Stevens last Friday and earl- ier in the week downed MarysvUle, 4-3. Tomorrow, Friday, the local swingers journ- ey to Pilchuck for a 3:45 p.m. contest and on Saturday, hit the road to Arlington for a 1 p.m. twinbill. On April 29, Monroe is slated to host Stanwood for a 3:45 p.m. match. Jeff McDowell sallied forth the winning punch during the Lake Stevens encounter when he stroked a two-out single in the bottom of the ninth to send in the victory margin. Tim Stansberry led off the frame when he made it to the bags with a walk. Lonny Dannar poked a single to advance Stansberry to third. Following two outs, McDowell marched to the plate and slapped a hard drive up the middle which was stopped on a diving effort by the Lake shortstop. He beat the throw to first and Stans- berry raced toward the plate with the winning rune "It was really a great effort to come from behind and win," coach Dennis Coates said. "Dan Gilbert did a fine job when he relieved Ray Maw in the fifth and our defense really tightened up after the fourth inning." Lake Jumped off to a quick 3-0 advantage in their first turn at bat and Monroe answered with a run in the bottom of the second. The Vikings added another tallie in the fifth and the Cats sent a score across the plate in the sixth, but were still down, 4-2. In the bottom of the seventh, and still behind The "TELL-A-TALE"i...... ing device designed to detect by tWO, Stansberry gained a free trip to first tire trouble on trailer or any mounted pneumatic tire. Simple to install All-vehic,e metal bracket attaches to spring U bolt, and scored when Dannar pounded out a long adj .... tic ti .... protected interior side When troubled tire ball triple, narrowing the margin to 4-3. Dan- switchStans deflatingand causing ..... buzzerltant bulgeor horndeflectSinside dowel,vehicle actuatingto sound A WARNING device designed to detect tire nar tagged up the tying run on a wild pitch, canal .... save lives,lng beforepreventtireinjuryb ..... and avoidflatdamageEarly .... to tire,ing featUrewheel, trouble or under inflation on a trailer is a new sending the game into extra innings. tra,era.dca,go ......................... invention created by Bill Laz of Monroe. The McDowell was three for three at the plate "Tell-a-Tale" consists of a metal bracket, and Eldon King contributed a double to add an p========m==i==i====m==========mnimmmmmmq which may be attached to the trailer spring r.b.i. ul IATV~nDmEr= #'A name ..... Sw.chg ....... dforllfe Im shackle bolts or the axle, and a wood dowel Gilbert was credited with the mound victory =~ IVV~ ~I mu~. ~., II1~. for workmanship and matedaL BI Route2 Box171 Snohomish WA98290 IB probe, set within a quarter of an inch of the as he tossed five strike-outs and boosted his I] " 'Sirs P~ ...... dmeTellA-Taleasindicatedh .... II tire and halfway between the rim of the tire win - loss record to 5-1. II ,jr m ..... andmai,o II and the ground. As a tire begins deflating, Earlier in the week the Cats posted another II . .............. II the buldging effect deflects the switch which tight win as they edged Marysville 4-3. =, ............ ,m I m~ 5% s~es ta~ m ................. c,, ........... I causes a buzzer or horn to sound. Laz hopes Bearcat sticks combined for seven hits to gain L., to make the new items available through retailthe edge. Singles were posted by Dave Witt- s ............. z,. _ outlets in the near future, huhn, Mike Dickinson, Dannar, McDowell, Dwight wwe! (Sendcheck ...... yorder I" --Staff Photo Bickler, Maw and Tim Trombley. with your order) A-7 j mm . I Sound unimportant" now? Well, it can only work against you.., later! "[his message sponsored by the following Milady's Frock Shop B & E Hardware Larry's Food Store Aunt Martha's Antiques & Stuff Wolfkill's Garden Store I merc zants: Irving's Market Monroe TV Service Used Furniture Mart Tri-Valley Pharmacy Jerry's Men's & Boys' Wear onroe In Monroe scoring action Dickinson reached first on an error in the fourth stanza and dusted home plate after Bickler cloutted a triple. In the sixth, Dickinson tapped a one bagger, McDowell followed with a long single to center, which the center fielder bobbeled allowing both Dickinson and McDowell to score Btckler made it to the sack on an error and rounded home on Trombley's double. Witthuhn gained the hill victory and maintain- ed a clean hurling slate at 3-0. BEARCAT PITCHER Dan Gilbert tossed warm- up pitches after relieving Ray Maw in the fifth inning during the Monroe - Lake Stever s en- counter last Friday on the local diamond. The Cats hung on to win theduel innine innings, 5-4. Coach Dennis Coates looks on. --Staff Photo Eppinga, Barr Among Top Dairy Producers WUbur Eppinga and Barr Farms, Inc., bothof Monroe, were among dai mert receiving honors in the under 100 Cow Category iorbutterfatp :o- duction throughout Snohomish County during March. The report, Snohomish County Dairy Herd Im- provement Association, shows county daily aver- age per cow was 42.2 pounds of milk and 1.58 pounds of butterfat. The records were compil- ed in accordance with rules and regulations program was owned by Pete Zylstra with 19,634 pounds of milk and 778 pounds of butterfat. Also high in this class were Frank Albert, Jr., Sid Andringa, Bartelheimer Brothers, FrankAlbert, Sr., Frank Bueler, Bill Smeenk & Sons, Case Lanting and Dan Bartelheimer. High four year old on the three time milking program was owned by John Hansen, with 23,054 pounds of milk and 827 pounds of butterfat. adopted by the county DHIA board, Washington Monroe Schools Sports Schedule State DHIA and supervised by USDA and Wash in,on State University. Following are athelt- April 26, high school High herd honors went to Hank Breekveldt, ic events scheduled forboys track at Sedro Arlington, with an average of 1.96 pounds of but- Monroe School Dis- Woolley relays. terfat per day. Others high in the under 100 trtct teams: April 29, high school cow catefory were Normanna Farm, Stanwood, April 25, varsity boys and girls track 1.86; Daniel Bagtnskt, Bothell, 1.78; Sid Andringa, baseball at Pilchuck, with Lake Stevens, Stanwood, 1.72; Elmer Klein, Arlington, 1.71; Wilbur Eppinga, Monroe, 1.69; Barr Farms, Inc., Monroe, 1.64; Ulrich Brothers, Snohomish, 1.63; Paul Cox, Arlington, 1.60 and Robert McGuire, Stanwood, 1.58. High herd honors in the 100 Cow and Over Category went to Craven Brothers, Everett, 1.93; Bartelheimer Brothers, Snohomish, 1.88; Gerald Klein, Arlington, 1.86; John Misich, Snohomtsh, 1.71; Institutional Industries Y10, Monroe, 1.70; Stanley Faber, Arlington, 1.69; John Hans.n, Monroe, 1.69; Heimdal Farm, Stanwood, 1.66; Gale Wallace, Snohomish, 1.67; Hansen Brothers, Everett, 1.65; A1 Stein.r, Marysville1.65; Frank Bueler, Snohomish, 1.64; Diamond M Farm #2, Monroe, 1.63; Henry Graafstra, Arlington, 1.62; Duane Kuhlman, Snohomish, 1.62; Diamond M Farm #1, Snohomish, 1.61; Stanley Faber, At- 3:45 p.m. here, field events, 3:30 April 26, varsity p.m., running, 4 p.m. baseball at Arlington, April 30, junior high for a 1 p.m. double- boys track here, with header. Arlington and Snohom- April 29, varsity tsh, field events, 3 baseball, with Stan- p.m., running, 3:30 wood, here, 3:45 p.m. p.m. April 24, high school April 30, Junior high golf at Marysville, 3 girls track at North p.m. Whidbey. Building Fund Hits. $7,439 Donations to the East County Senior Center buUding fund continued to trickle in last week. Brown, Bertha Lemke, Rose Stub.r, Lillian Arnold, Onaita Dew- bre, senior center art lington, 1.61, Jim Mistch, Snohomish, 1.61; Frank Contributions were Albert, Jr., Stanwood, 1.58, and Ricville, Sno- received_ from 12 homish, 1.58. sources for $177, Top producing cow completing a 305 day re- boosting the total to cord this month was in the Five Year and Old- $7,439. er category on a two time milking schedule, The local Center is a grade Holstein owned by Bartelheimer broth- attempting to raise ers. The cow produced 30,919 pounds of milk $20,000 to remodel and 965 pounds of butterfat, new facilities at the Others high in the class were BaUand Farm, former Vasa Hall Ulrich Brothers, Frank Albert, Sr,, Case Lant-building. class, Julia Gregory, Gtl and Anne Knosh- aug, memorial to Al- ice Broughton, mem- orial to Olga Bradley and memorial to Frances Gable. Youth Topic tng, Duane Kuhlman, Fred Steen, Craven Broth- ers, Elmer Klein, Stanley Faber, Hansen Broth- ers, Richard Graafstra, Royce Carlson and Frank Bueler. High two year old on the two time milking program was owned by Bill Smeenk and Sons with 22,174 pounds of milk and 818 pounds of butterfat. Others high in this class were Bartelheimer Brothers, Ulrich Brothers, Frank Albert, Jr., Duane Kuhlman, Richard Graafstra, Heim- dal Farm, Daniel Baginski, Stanley Faber and John Mislch. The ECSC purchased the partially burned " "Satans BidForYour buildin about a year Child", will be the ago ann is in the pro- topic of an April 27 session delivered by cess of remodeling the interior to provide expanded room for numerous senior citi- zen programs and ac- tivlties. The organizatiOn serves over 200 active members from the Pastor Roy Anderson at Faith Center As- sembly of God Church on South Lewis Street, Monroe. "As pastor of Mon- roe's fastest growing Sunday School, I am High two year old on the three time milking communities of Sno- concerned about par- program was owned by Diamond M Farm#1wtth homish, Monroe, Sul- ents who do not know 22,204 pounds of milk and 755 pounds of butter- tan, Startup, GoldBar, what's reallygotng on fat. Also high was Diamond M Farm #2. Index, Skykomish and in the battle for their High three year old on the two time milking surrounding areas, children," Pastor An- program was owned by Bartelhelmer Brothers with 23,476 pounds of milk and 841 pounds of butterfat. Also high in this class was Frank Albert, Sr., Jim Misich, Stanely Faber, Hansen Brothers, Richard Graafstra, Craven Brothers, Norman- na Farm, Comte VerMulm, and Institutional Industries 1'10, High four year old on the two time milking The drive is being derson, who was re- headed by former cently appointed to Monroe Mayor Jack the Snohomtsh County Law and the East Sheriff's Department Chaplin squad, said. County Senior Center Board of Directors. The service is set Donations were re- to begin at 7 p.m. and cetved last week from the public is invited Harvey Palmer, Leon to attend.