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Cummings Bros. the... MONROENEWSITEMS Girls e Monroe Divot Diggers. . anO . ao o,o. a Wei, *o. a*,.  Mrs. Marie Mortensen, and Mrs. a sister, Mrs. Cris Anderson. She Bowl Champions Grand Champion at Monroe Bowl aRer play-offs last week m'e the Cummings Bros., girls team. The first place trophy and went to this team. Second place winners were the team from Charles* Refrigeration wlto received $50. Al Al's Tavern team from Startup won third place and $40. By Harley Henrickson With 26 men taking part in last Sundays team match Monroe came home with a 43-35 victory over Leavenworth. These men were winners in spe- cial events: low net, Jim Hart; low gross, a tie between Vern Fmhauser and Leonard Schrag; long drive, Gardner Taylor; close to the pin, Cecil Kerr. A return match is tentatively slated next August in Monroe. Last Wednesday winners in the Men's Day competition were first, Fritz Johnson and a tie for run- ner-up between Cecil Kerr, Harley Henrickson and Leonard Schrag. Signe Thomas of Monroe visited plans to go on to Beatrice, Ne- Sunday afternoon, May 15, with the Paul Pitzinger returned Tuesday, Paul McClellans of Rt. 3, Snoho- May 10, to Camp Hueneme, Calif., mish. after a 10-day leave visiting his Mrs. Bill (Marilyn) Love md Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pit- and Mrs. Paul Easterly motored zinger, Rt. 1. The younger Pitzing- to 'Seattle Monday evening, May er is a member of the U. S. Seebee 16, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bob Foy. Reserve. Mr. Love joined them there later. He works for the Northwest Steel Rolling mills. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Andrews and sons, Dan and Mike, of Snchomish, visited Friday evening, May 13, with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Morten- sen of Monroe. Mrs. C. O. Jones left last Sat- urday, May 14, by plane for Den- ver, Colorado, to visit  brother, Mrs. Ben Boyden, 315 S. 'Madison St., spent the past weekend, Thurs- day through Monday in Vancouver, B. C., accompanying her sister and brother-inqaw, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sanders of Seattle and his sister, Mrs. N. Van Dyne of Port- land, Ore., to visit friends and rela- tives. A majority of existing driver li- censing programs present no op- portunity to check on the most im- portant factors of driver fitness, driver stability and driver skill. Comments From - COUNTY AGENT From the looks of some of the grass I see around the county that a second application of nitrogen will be called for after the first cutting. Sorhe of the grass is rath- er light yellow green which is one of the indications of low nitrogen. Where there is a good. stand of clover in the field along with the grass this may be corrected some by warm weather and better clo ver growing. Even so there may be a need for additional niwo,en on many fields to give best re- sults. By adding 30 to 45 poands of nitrogen after first cutting or grazing the plants should' respond with growth at the time the pas- ture usually gets in short -upply May 19, 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PACE THREE ' . i , i li + Republicans Set County Conv. Sat. Republican candidates for gov- ernor, Lloyd Andrews nd Newman Clark, will speak this Saturday, May 21, at the Snohomish County Republican convention. The meet- ing is slated to begin with regis- tration at 10 a.m. at the new Ma- "and -_ quote" "Taxes are going up so fast that Government is likely to price iLself right out of the market."--Dan Bennett. "If the cost of a college educa- tion continues to snowball for ninny more years, a person can make in July and August. One precau- a profit by remaining ignorant." GET THF B[G ONE THAT SAVFS UKE THE SMALL UNFS! tion in this, however, is the fact--Grit. that adequate moisture is a must  'attl w  bui p e if nitrogen is added. Without mois- commercial herds. ture nitrogen may actually reduce   ormonfh the yield of forage. Sod Webw0rm The sod webworm Cause may Oat Silage irregular brown spots in the lawn. Because of the loss of many These are the larvae of a small grass and clover stands some gray or whitish lawn moth or mill- dairymen are going to be forced er. They can be identified by buy+ #he touse oats as silage this summer, breaking apart the brown dying I was talking *co Dr. Tim Blosser sod and they will be located in last week about the value of oat small light tubular webs just at silage and the proper stage of cut- ground level. They are three-fourth ting. He mentioned that usually to one inch in length. A control the oat silage is somewhat below good grass and clover in feeding value. He did, however, say that it is possible to make acceptable silage if time cutting is correcE The best time to cut oats is in the dough stage. The time'for cut- ting is rather short so an early start may be necessary in order that the silage at the end of the cutting be of high quality. Guernsey Type Conference I had the privilege of attending the Guernsey Type conference up in Skagit County last week. This conference was for Idaho, Oregon and Washington to get thinking to- gether on the type of Guernsey's they are looking for in the show ring. I mention this because I think it important to commercial dairymen as well. What they are looking for are the kind of cows that will carry the type that has been proven to give production over a period of time. For instance, they were looking for the type of udders that will be well tucked up under the cows to facilitate milk- ing with modern roachines. They want an udder that will be up off the ground for a long period of time so that the cow won't have to be culled for this reason. All the things they looked for were along the same lines so that pure- for them is to use aldrin, hepta- chlor or toxaphene applied as a dust or granules. Use any one of these chemicals at the rate of five pounds of five per cent material per 1000 square feet of lawn area. The chemical should be applied in the late afternoon or evening and the lawn sprinkled following the application. A repeat treat- ment in about a month may be neded for complete control. sonic Temple in Sn0homish. The business meeting is sched- tiled to start at 10:30 a.m. Busi- ness will include election of county delegates to the state Republican convention next June 4 in Spokane. Additional special guests will be candidates for the legislature and county commissioner posts. The public is invited to attend this con- vention. The Order of the Eastern Star will serve luncheon at the Temple at noon. Cost will be $1.7S. ,,,,,,, i DANCING EVERY FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS PASTIME Tavern Sultan LIVE MUSIC SPECIAL JOIN FRIGIDAIRE EXTRA VALUE DAYS NOW THROUGH MAY 31 9.10 Cu. R. Refrigerator with 37 lb. freezer, section ,m FORD FA! 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