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THE MONROE MONITOR CONSOLIDATED WlTt_ tIE MOI',,B INEPENDENT JANUARY 5, 1923 i TWENT¥-STH YEA MONROE, SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON  FIDA¥, JUNE 13, 1924 NUMBER 13 GRADUATION i ASSIST NATURE EXERCISES rains of last week have bene- fitted the berries and tree fruits to i a large extent, The long dry period Fine Audience and a Fine Pro- gram Constituted One Fine Evening of Entertainment And Melody. One of the most edifying events at the comencement time in Monroe was that had in connection with the graduating exercises of the class of 1924, last Thursday evening, in the assembly hall of the school. An estimate of 400 to 500 people is a conservative measure of the crowd which filled the main floor and the balcony to overflow and many rows of extra seats had to be arranged to seat at least a part of allwho sought admission, for many found standing room only in the corridors on both floors. The :stage settings were artistic to a very fine degree and the general arrangements on the platform all that could be desired. It was about 8:10 p. m., when the processional march was played, with Miss Sherrill at the piano, and the students, eighth grade pupils and members of the senior class followed for the last time as such, for when they left the platform they were graduates {vith diploma in_hand as their much covet- ed credential. Rev. P. H. Raymond, Rev. Kleihauer, Profs. Terpening and Rhode, and Whit H. Clark of the board of education, followed in order named. The first number was the invocation by Mr. Raymond, a vocal duet by Misses Orlena Young and Olive Green, and an encore from them finely rendered and very finely ap- preciated. The address by Rev. Kleihauer was a most interesting one and beau- :tifu!ly.apprgpriate to such an de- : :casion. The :speaker stressed much in May was having its ill effects on the berry fields, especially the berry fieldg in upland soils. Having profited by the rains of last week, it is up to the fruit grow- er, and extremely imperative that he cultivate his soil and conserve all the moisture he can. In the cane •fruits, it is not only this year's crop that is essential, but also to take care of the new cane growth which helps to determine the crop for next year. Plenty of good, healthy, vigorous canes are needed. They should receive their growth early so that they can go through the winter in a mature condition• Cultivat'e and con'serve the mois- ture for this year's crop of fruit, and for the new canes for next year's crop. The rains have also helped to in- crease the trawberry yteld from 10 to 15 per cent at least. AMERICAN PACKING CO., C. O. Weiss, Field Manager. BEGIN WORK ON WOODINVILLE ROAD , Wangsmo Bros. and ]rick Oein, contractors doing business as Wangs- mo Bros. & Co., began work Wed- nesday morning under their contract for constructing 6.9 miles of new road between Snohomish and Woodin- ville, known as the Woodinville cut- off. In the initial stages they will employ about thirty men swamping ancl clearing, their contract also calling for grading and graveling. The road which will begin at the Bicycle tree, will be graded 22 feet wide.--Arlington Times. MARY ANN CONNETT Monroe, June 9.Mary Ann Con- flett, 73 years old, a resident of Gold Bar for the past four years, died Sun- day morning at the home:of her: daughter, Mr.s.i C:: M. Whitel she: i6n SERVICE, what i!ment for was born in Stratf0rdshiie;:Xngind, sel.and society, and to e Of. service, _;  1 'Q. 1,c; ,;,"• ;, was the real and gleat Taotlve of . . " . . { l Vies. Eliza Fielder" Of St. iJoUis, M0., education, to tram the mind into [The funeral services were held Mon- ways of usefulness so that natiC-e • [day afternoon at 2:30 o clock from talent and acquired knowledge maY lthe Purdy chapel. The Rev. Glen be directed in behalf of God's glory, IBmrd. of the Eplscopa" 1 church at our country's good and socxety bene ] • - Snohomish offffieiated. The body fitted in a corresponding degree. During his talk the reverend gen- tleman told a few Teal good stories fully to the point he had in mind. His closing words to the class of 1924 were grand and we believe will not be soon forgotten by those to whom his words ere pincipally directed. Rev. Kleihauer may well lay claim to the distinction of being the first speaker in that hall to fully master the accoustic peculiarities thereof. He has a magnificent voice and we can Teadly understand how he was able to essay the role of the Wayfarer in that wonderful pageant of that name given in the University stadium a few years ago. He is dynamic, he is eloquent and in phys- ique a splendid embodiment, a man behind the speech. Miss Marian Funk to a piano ac- companiment played by Miss Cather- ine Clancy, sang beautifully and was roundly applauded for her two fine numbers of the program. Prof. A. R. Terpening, "who we regret deep- ly to say is about to leave Monroe, spoke at quite a length on the Torch society, the workings of the schools generally during the past year; paid considerable reference to a large class of eighth grade pupils seated just at the foot of the stage, a lot of boys and girls about to move. into high school. The pr'esenation of the class of 1924 was made by Prof. E. G. Rhode and received from him by Mr. Clark for the board of edu- cation and his duty of conferring the diplomas was prologued by a short and very suitable talk to the students about to receive them and of corresponding interest to the pat- rons present. Thi ended the ses- sion of the evening, and was follow- by a social while between class members and the many friends who stayed to congratulate them. In con- nection with this final story of the Monroe Union high school for the year 1923-1924 mention must be made of the conferring of scholar- ships on two of the class: Miss Bailey at Whitman and to Frank Kennon at Pullman,' sa4utatorian and valedic-, torian, respectively. Newport  Security State bank having its vault equipped with a mod- ern burglar alarm system. was shipped to Fort Wayne, Ind, for interment. CULTIVATE AND CONSERVE The rain that fell was a good one, it did a great deal of good. No part of the county was missed, and it was worth many thousands of dollars to every part. Dairymen , poultry- men, berry raisers, and in fact all people connected with agriculture, :were glad .to see the rain. The only coment was that it should have come a little earlier. However, to get he best results from this moisture, it is necessary to keep it, and as much of it, for as long a time as possible. Good sur- face cultivation will do this. Cultiva- tion of the surface does not mean that it is necessary to stir the soil very deep but it does mean that at least two or two and'one-half inches of the top soil should be stirred. .This breaks up the capillary action by which water is brought from the subsoil to the surface, and from there it is lost by evaporation. On crops which are just showing through the ground nicely, such as corn, pota- toes, and the like, the harrow may be used to a good advantage. In the cases of row crops more advanced, berries and the like, it will be neces- sary to use a cultivator. Just a light stirring of the soil is all that is necessary to accomplish the desired results. This should be done just as soon after each rain as the ground is dry enough to permit working. ARNOLD Z. SMITH, County Agent. MORGAN VNS SACK OF FLOUR While Billy Morgan, 3rd district ommissioner, did not take the entire bakery at the county employes' pi nic at Lake Stevens last Saturday afternoon, he did succeed in getting a sock of flour for winning the fat man's race, 2oo pounds and better. Billy came under the wire away ahead of all competitors and even at that he had not opened the throttle to near his capacity. The best thing in connection with the win, Billy says, is that coming events cast their shadows ahead so we opine from that he takes it,as a hunch as to What the September ides will do for him. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Convention to Be Held in Wenatchee June 19 to 22. Five Hundred Already Registered as Coming. Five hundred and fifty Christian blONROE 9 SNOHOMISH The Boys from the Antiquated City Go Down Before the Masterly Work of our Old Town Boys. I SUMMER REGI____ STRATION 1t Registration for both the first and -11 second terms of the University of Washington summer school will be held Tuesday and Wednesday, June 17 and 18. Blanks will be given out at the office of the registrar frSm 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 4 u. m. on June 17. All students who intend to register for the two terms should enroll for both at the same time to A pretty fine" game of TOWN COENCIL HOLDS SESSION In Police Court Room Of City Hall With R. L. Billings, Mayor Pro Tern, in The Chah'. baseball i avoid paying extra fees for the sec- The Monroe town council met in Eneavorers throughout> the sta*e was pulled off on the home grounds ond term at the later date. regular session Wednesday evening and the northern part of Idaho have Sunday afternoon with Snohomishl No one will be permitted to reg- in the police court room of the city • ister by proxy. Persons of legalhall building: Meeting called to 'egistered for the state Christian and Monroe clashing for the second age who cannot submit satisfactory i order at 8:15 p. m., with Council- Endeavor convention to be held in time within a week, Monroe taking tcredentials for admittance, may en- man Billings in the chair. On roll Wenatchee June 19th to 22d. The both games by such a scor that has/roll for provisional college credit call the following answered present: Wenatchee district was the first to put the quietus on the Snohomish, by giving evidence of being pre- Billings, Brady, MacDougall, Streiss- reach its quota of two hundred and baseball club from manager down to pared to take college work. guth. J. J. Reardon was appointed fifty registrations and will receive clerk of the meeting, the clerk, W. their little mascot, l Instruction will begin June 19. from the state organization a refund The battle opened with SnohomishtThe first term ends Friday, July 25. H. Clark being out of the city. of 25 cents on every dollar it has blanked and Monrve led off in their]the second.term beginning immed- Reading of minutes of previous turned in in registration fees as a half of the initial go with one rea,[iately afterward. The University meeting was passed over until a prize for winning the registration un which was the work of BenneWs]will close for the summer on Fri- later sssion. contest. Outside of Wenatchee Se- clean base hit, the seco'nd were both/day, August 29. The following bills were passed on attle has the largest registrati°n]:lanks, and in the third Snohomi,rh  from the finance committee, okeyed with seventy delegates already signed went around the bases with its first, ] ARLINGTOI MILK by them and passed by council for up. Registrations have come from last and only man in the entire nine[ GOES TO ENGLAND payment, the list: every corner of the state and north- frames. Monroe blanked in this, and --  Alex McClurg, labor on works ern Idaho. both sides drew blanks until the The Snohomish County Dairymen's at Bucks' spings ................ $73•87 The Convention numbers many at- second half of the sixth when Monroe association has recently shipped from John Lovgren, ditto ................ 88.12 C. A. Hunter, ditto ::-: .............. 93.12 tractions. The speakers include A. opened its siege guns and sent ten its Arlington condensery two car- Axel Carlson, ditto .................. 28.87 J. Shartle of Boston, treasurer of men to the plate to call for pie and loads of milk consignel to England, C. A. Hunter, ditto ............. : .... 14.25 the United Society of Christian En- bagged six big perfectly good runs, which country has absorbed previous E. L. Llyod, ditto .................. $36.00 deavor and manager of the publica- which started with a safe hit by liberal shipments from the local Carl Thomas, ditto ...................... 90.25 tion department; Dr. Cleveland Bennett and the rest of the boys plant. The condensery now is get- Dan Wolfe, sundry items .......... 18.75 Thedinga Hdw. Co. Inc ........... 148.59 Kleihauer, pastor" of the University seemed to become inoculated with the ring out an order of two carloads Monroe Monitor, publication of Christian church of Seattle and the, slugging virus--it was murder pure of milk to be shipped to Camp Lewis. notices ...... ..- .......................... ,. 4.75 "Wayfarer" in Seattle's pageant; and simple, premeditated, planned, The above we clip from the Arling- Mrs. W. E. Wright of Portland, for and perfectly executed, every man hit ton Times and the Monitor is pleased Total ................................ " ..... $596.57 man:¢ years a Billy Sunday wgrker; the babies as they came along. In to note such editorial pride. The On motion by Streissguth seconded Hey. David Ferry of Yakima Presby- the seventh Snohomish had a fine Arlingtonians, however, have nothing by Brady that the bill of Ed. White terian church; Paul C. Brown, famous big goose egg handed them and, oh on Monroe, for the milk product of in amount of $43.50 be made part of Endeavor worker and general sec- boy! how the Monroe battle axers our local factory goes everywhere the records of this meeting and re- "retary of the Pacific division, United wanoped the hide of the sphere in --follows Old Glory around the globe, I ceipt passed on to him for said Society of Christian Endeavor, an(t their half, piling up another brace for the sun never sets on a Carna- amount. This for labor, etc,. in con- Dr. Joel Harper of Spokane, pastor of runs and sent seven men up to ,tion can but what it rises on another nection with water main extension of the First Congregational church ........... he- l in some other section of this planet. Motion that city treasurer be request- accep loron s (lellverles, ann  y - - - - " c  --- and pastor counselor of the state surely gave him a warming up Ths  e o make report m ae oruanc union. Rev. George Redden of Se- , • • " • ": I rnN'T FORGET with laws and ordinances governing ended the afternoon s s.mggmg and 1  I t:: r::f ...... t:: : ntw :llb g :g attle, formerly a co-worker with was a case of blanlety-blank. There THE BIG GAME P "th c h ld Mrs. Wright in Billy Sunday cam- was a fine crowd attending. The box -   ........  : ...... " :: paighs, will"be in Charge of the music ,score. : , To be pul!ed.pf:f Sunday in Monroe, I wa. ordered to, be procured :aln: f'or:the:'convention. •:: : • Sn0hmoish AB R H P0 A E with the: Wo0clma.:team of Everett and_. appned, that = ne e a... |i X:i{eature )f the evefli:is:a trip 0tturson rf : : 4 0 1 3 0 01Pitted aihst'i:Moni:oe . The home pe£rblastie, Cement, that the b rre ; • . to'Lie Chelan on: :MondaY, June 23, McPhers0n 3b : 4:0 0 1 2 0 team:has had:: ::fine run of suceese due th city: from i, E..Tay.lor b .... ;,: at the close of the convention, it Knapp If 3 0 0 1 0 0]_ ,__  .... ,.. ._** ,, ..... ,h;, urocured and all extra material be Anderson cf 4 0 0 4 0 0o a ,, - ................... , - hasbeen arranged to take the En- Tronsrud c 3 0 0• 5 1 0 very diffictflt next Sunday Which purchased; O. J. Lawrence being en- deavorerS on a rem/arkable scenic Sarff ss 4 0 0 1 2 0 will make the contest one worth gaged to do the work. A. B. Spra u, trip to the head of the lake, the Holcomb 2b 3 0 1 0 2 0 while. A.C. Strandberg, Vernon Hage- entire trip to cost not more than Harvey lb 1 0 0 7 0 0 Come out in larger numbers and dorn and T. Van Asdlen for the fire four dollars. Many will go by auto Hallock lb 1 0 0 2 0 0 and will stay at the Wenatchee McClanahan p 2 1 0 0 1 1 give the boys 'hhe upport which department were present in behalf tourist, park. Room for everyone Norton p 1 0 0 0 0 0 means pep and determination to of a motorized fire truck for the win. Fill the bleachers and grand- department and C, L. Jobe of Se- will be arranged for in private Totals 30 1 3 24 8 1 stand to overflowing. You'll see a attle representing the A. C. Long homes. A special rate of a fare and Monroe AB R H PC A E game that you'll say was well worth Co. of that city, who are coast agents a half for the round trip will be Bennett 2b 5 2 3 3 1 1 the price of admission, for the American La France Fire granted by the railroad if as many Brandt cf 5 1 1 1 0 0 Engine Co., of Elmira, New York, as 100 come by train. Weddell ss 2 0 0 0 3 2 Malone 3b 4 2 3 4 0 1 SAFETY HABITS IN MOTORING was present and gave a long talk on Pearsall c 4 1 1 7 4 0 Safety in motoring is a habit, like fii-e protection, hazards, require- MAINE PICNIC Kratzenberg rf 2 0 0 0 0 0 The native sons and daughters of Jones rf 2 1 1 1 0 0 any other desirable habit, in the ments of various boards as regards * the state of Maine, as well as others Burgett If 4 1 2 3 0 0 opinion of J. W, Maxwell, president i insurance.rates, etc., and which was of those who once lived there and Hawks lb 4 1 1 7 1 0 of the Automobile club of Washing- highly instructive and informing. who are now within a reasonably Anderson p 4 0 1 1 1 01ton" If all drivers would practice Mr. Jobe promised to be here with- in the next two months with such close range of Snohomish county are Totals • 36 9 13 27 10 4:doing the gafe thing when they are planning on a grand, get-together Eearned runs, Monroe 5; first base at the wheel, accident prevention, he a truck as the city needs and give- time at Blackman's lake, a short on errors, Monroe 1, Snohomish 4; says, would become a habit and a thorough demontsration of this distance west of Snohomish. on the Two base hits, Brandt, Malone Jones; evryone would have an opportunity machine, its approximate cost being paved road, Thursday, June 19th. A Three base hit, Tronsrud; left on to put more conscious effort into the $6250. Councilman Cook took his seat at 9:20 p. m. A motion to en- real fine time. weather permitting, bas Monroe, 5, Snohomish 5; first work of driving intelligently. !force city ordinance governing sprin- will be had at this gathering of the base on balls off Anderson 1; hit "The more safe habits a driver kling privilege for lawn and parking men and women who once upon a by pitcher, Tronsrud by Anderson; acquires," Maxwell says, "the sooner lstrip sprinkling was authorized. time lived•in the old pine tree state struck out by Anderson 5, McClan- he reaches a point where the funda-/Adjournment" .: and nohing will be wanting, wea- ahan 5. Sacrifice hits, Anderson 2, mental acts of safety become auto:l "" th6r permitting, of having a rare Harvey.' Everett Woodmen at Mon- matic, leaving his conscious mind,HAUL  good time. P. H. CalJigan of this roe, Sunday, June 15th. free to cope with t!e exceptional problems which arise in one's daily MILLION BY BANDITS city, is taking a very active inter- , his event WAGNER CHOOL GRADUATION est for the success of t " ,, motoring. NEW YORK, June 11. -- Ten and from whom you can have first I The graduation" exercises" at the "Most drivers permit bad habits to Iand information about it. Wagner school a few nights ago creep upon them, and this explains bandits today held up a United .... brought out a fine audience to witness why so many motorists are unable State ,customs truck, knocked he PICNICKED. AT LAKE STEVENS I the intresting program incidental to to handle any situation that is a driver unconscious and escaped with " The high school of Monroe held its [ the presentation of diplomas to eight little more complicated than usual• twenty_seen packages of' precious annual picnic at Lake Stevens Sat- boys and girls who made a fine finish They find it necessary to break the stones which were being transferred urday, a day of jollification which of their eighth grade work and will habit first. marked the end of a glorious school move up to high school next year. "The motorist, for instance, who from the general postoffice in West , year. Davies' beach was the mecca Friends and relatives of students neglects to sound his horn at cross- 33rd street to the appraiser's stores of this collection of boys and girls, and many others educationally inter- ings is totally at a loss if his brakes on Washington street. teachers and friends and where they ested were attending, and beautiful suddenly fail him when another car An unofficial estimate placed the had a wonderfully pleasant day and flowers ere presented the girl gract- comes dashing out of the side street• loss at'S500,000. staged a fine water carnival. There uates. A splendid good time was had He isn't even prepared to stop. If As the bandits hurried to their , were about 40, all told, in the party, by all participating. Through some he had sounded his horn and were machines, they picked up Edward error of a reportorial nature it was prepared to be surprised his foot Foy, the truck driver, and bundled COLI, EGIANS RETURN HOME would be resting on the brake pedal him into a taxi. At 148th street i made to appear in an Everett news- The following young ladies and lpaper that these children were before the other car appeared. If and Broadhurst avenue, about seven gentlemen, students in the various through with school. The Monitor anything went wrong with the brakes miles away, they threw him from higher institutions of learning in I knows well that this is not the case he would have his conscious mind the car. the state, are registering in at the  for that district has had representa- ready for the task at hand. Patrick H. Keahon, vice president old house at home in Monroe after tire s in the Monroe Union high "Analysis of the majprity of de- of the trucking company which was a year's good work in school. From school for many years past, and will cidents reveals the fact that the driy- i transporting the gems, who was on Ellensburg normal, Misses Elizabeth next year, please God, and will keep er failed to cope with an exceptional the truck was badly beaten. O'Dell, Jeunesse Bartholomew; on stepping these boys and girls up, situation because his mind was taken Fifteen packages, it was said, con- Washington State college--Ealmest many of whom we hope will not stop up with the fundamentals of safety tained diamonds, ten contained other . • and William Cowell, Burton Mack, even with a four years' course in which should have been purely auto- precious stones and two contained Ernest Phillips, Herbert Bailey, Monroe, but keep on with the good tactic. The more safe habits the Watches. David Campbell and Minerva Healy; work of acquiring an education, driver acquires the less opportunity Tacoma -- $500,000 buildings for from the University--Lucile Nichols, taere is for trouble. Annie Wright Seminary will be com- Coe iV[alone, Keiron Reardon, Grannis Longview -- Doty Fish Co's. plant pleted by beginning of fall term. Austin, Webster Augustine, Nels recently destroyed by fire, will be First five months of 1924 have Lindh, Hart Bascom, Phillip Stueky, immediately rebuilt, seen building activities representing Contrat awarded for 9 miles of Lillian Stphens; from Gonzaga--Geo. Seattle -- Permit for $1,000,000 investments of $2,615,000 completed Navy yard highway between Por P. Herley. Eagles' temple has been issued, or under way. Orchard and Gig Harbor at $80,795.95