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PAGE, SIX Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Sept. 22. 1960 Counci Extends Becky Brady Is McCormack Funeral Set For Friday " '" "i cOUNTY AGENT i Dump HourSMonroe, Kerr ]CommentsFro m TownClerk eunner-Upl. TELEVISION Mcormack, 88, pioneer" Monroe and Katherine York, Arlington; Post Now '. Cty. Golt Play se00i00s .for Laurena Mu00let00 ora00 Oovish, Everet* Closure hours of resident, will be held at. the l:hlrdy two brothers, Alex McAllister, Sno- IUIDI0 I For Full-Tzme cipel garbage dump, located north Becky Brady of Monroe was chapel Friday at l p.m. homish, and Fred McAllister, Calff; George LM and Bill Kosters families were honored last week as North and South County Dairy Fanxlies of the Year. Dur- ing the day the state judging com- mittee visited the places laiong with many interested dairymen and town people to look over the nice places (hey have. The rea- son for all this is to honor dairy families who have done a top job and show consumers where dairy products are produced. The visits really showed just how important good management is on a mod- ern dairy farm. The operator has to not only know his cattle but soils, crops, marketing, buildings and many more. The modern The office of town clerk', current- ly held by C. C. Campbell of Men- roe, was made a .full-time job by action of Monroe Town Council here last week. Passage of Ordinance No. 372, introduced and passed September 14, created the full-time clerk post and fixed the salary at $250.00 per month The press of clerical duties prompted the council's action. "and I quote" "Most of the men running for dairy farm is a complicated bs- offices are not politicians. They're iness in itself and this was ap- ,commuters."--Lleweliyn Mitstifer. parent during .the visit to these two farms. SOIL TESTS of town, kave been extended for two hours, .from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monroe Town Coundl last week ordered the two-hour extension be- cause of numerous complaints voiced over the earlier closure hour, and at the suggestion of Sno- homish County officials who are helping to defray th6 cost of the disposal facility. SPORTS AFIELD Perforated Hardboard is a fine backdrop for hanging portrait pho- tographs because new photographs can be added quickly and easily. For a decorator effect, try mixing frame sizes and shapes. Mats can range rom wallpaper to drapery fabric, rich red velvet or matboard to pastel silk shantung. championship runner-up with a 240 General hospital Monday after a children "and  great-great-grand- gross in the Snohmnish County Golf Association three-day medal championship play last week in Monroe. Monroe women golfers were hosts to the group September 13-15. Champion is Leah Reece of Ev- erett Municipal with a 235 gross. Dorothy Smith of Everett was low net of the field with a 62 net and she received the medal trophy. The Hutchings trophy was won by Leah Reece. The first, division wdnner 'ere Helen Odegard and Aun Bo.gum of Everett. Dorothy Smi'a and tiel- en Kent f Everett were second di- vision winners. hird division was won by Dorothy Fisk of Wellington Hills and Betty Piestrak of Everett. brief illness. Born in August, Kansas, Dec. 2, 1371, Mrs. McCormatk came to Mbnroe in 1896. She was a mere. ber of the Church of ,the Naza- rene. Survivors include one son, Archie McCormack, Lowell; three daugh- ters, Mrs. Elva Gregory, Everett, Mrs. Aria Morris, "Marysville, and 'Mrs. ladys DeRycke, Carnation, three sisters, Jennie Hardy of Mrs. McCormack died in Monroe 10 grandchildren, 27 great-grand- Repadrg a.d Service children. Rev. Joseph Sharer will offici- ate. Burial will be in the IOOF Cemetery. E-- ,i CHARLES REFRIGERATION SALES ad SERVICE 24 Hour Service A. L. (Ame) CHARLES Monroe-PYramid 4-2436 Phone Residence PY to Wanda Isler of Wellington Hills and Bess Schrag of Mollroe. The two-ball foursome awards went to Leah Reece and Helen Ode- gard cf Everett with a low gross of 35. Low net was won by Phyllis Itenricksen of Monroe and Marg Putting trophies were awarded Rasmussen of Everett with a 33 net. l,I Change to cozy comfort and WHEELER I Radio and Television PYrahdd 4-3852 Monr.a, Monroe Realty Glen Gupfill Harold Fanldmuser Farms --- Homes Insurance PYramid 4-3401 JI Now is a very good time for "farmers to take soil samples so they can plan next year's crop. Usually the fields are in good shape to get on at this time of year and soil samples can be taken easier than during the win- r. Also this allows the retorts to be processed at the tab earlier with less time detay than during the spring during the rush. With the reports back, the farmer then has a chance to plan his program for next year's crops in muet bet- ter shape. By planning the fer- tilizer program ahead of time the farmer is then in shape to take advantage of a good buy on .fer- tilizer any time during the winter. Most tertilizer dealers have the soil boxes on hand along wih the information sheet. If not, contact our office as we have a supply. SOD WEB WORM 'Many lawns in the county are showing many brown sppts due to damage of the sod web worm. These worms get into the grass and lay eggs (.lm, t hatch into the small worms that eat the grass off at about the soil line. This caused the lawn to look brown and dry even with proper ferti- lizer and moisture. They can be controlled by applying, either diel- drin or afdrin as a spray or pow- der to the affected tarea. These two compounds come in many dif- ferent strengths so directions should .be ollowed. For easier figuring either should be applied at the rate of 1]/4 ounces actu per 1000 square feet of lawn area. If it is a 25% formuhtion this would mean using $ ounces of the material. VHrPE PINE BLISTER RUST During the recent campaign for finding pine shoo n'Rh in the county we were lucky that orly one possible spot of the moth was found. The survey did turn up quite a few cases Of white pine blister rust in the area. This rust affects he five needle pines zt is caused by a rust that has s the intermediate host rite wild currant or gooseberry bushes. In the for- est areas ey have tried to elim- inate the Lust by g-:tiag the host plants Of currant and gooseberries. In Our area this isn't possible so a spray of the affecte'J trees ig called for. If you have some af- fected areas on pines you cm spray ,dth tictidione. This is a very good material and works as a systemic. George Downing, builder of the 10 Downing Street home of British Prime Ministers in London, was the nephew of Governor John Winthrop of the Massachusettn Bay Colony and was educated at Harvard. NOTICES IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF ,SNOHO- MISH IN PROBATE' No.  -- NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIRUTION In The Matter of the Estate of SAM WrMSETr, ,aka Sam Winsett, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that W. A. BOURDAGE, Adminis- trator of the Eate of SAM WIM- SE'IT aka Sam Winsett tms (fled ha the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report ,and petition for distribution, ang the Court to settle said Report, ute the' protmety to the heirs or persons thereto entitled and to discimrge said Administrator; and that Report and petifio will be heard on the 21st day Of October, 1960, at 1:30 p.m. at the 0ourt Room of !ae Probate Dep of said , at whtoh time and phce an,@orson intm'est in said Es- e eto and contest the same. : :ARY C. ANDgRS'  ,({Ic Of eaid Court. modern dependability-go First Class with NATURAL GAS t Wayne L. 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