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March 11, 1948

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Page Twelve 'l~-IZ GOLDEND.ALE_.SENTINE~oldendale, Washington Thursday, March 11, Horticultural Practices Are Meeting Theme size of fruit is largely up "to the grower. Following Keintiolzs talk on problems of ferti/ity and control of diseases o:f ~t.-uit, both Kein- lholz and Roy MeCuG District I Horticuiturist, showed slides on Voters Approve White Salmon School WItITE SALMON (Special) THE M~ETHoDIST CHURCH !Local F=rms Offers llnsulating Service Goldendale Lumber & Mfg. Co. I~: are now offering home owners].~ ~throughout Kiickitat county a :,:, complete home insulation service, : ,1. "The application of 4 tons of dry chopped legume and grass hay is worth 10 or 12 tons of barnyard manure in my or- chard," said Ha~;y Card at lhe annual ItortieulturM meeting held in the White Salmon Grange hail last Tuesday. Sixty-fc, ur ~rowers attendvd the meeting. Torn tie!seth, Soil Conse~'vation- ist, encouraged the practice be- cau~f it increases the water j the State Horticultural meeting hob~iin~ earmcitv cii the soil and'at Wenatehee Iast winter. Among h,Aps "(,Ma})lish' good eowu- and the~:e ~,ere: Cra;cking o cherries green manure crops On eeverc* ieouia oe contronefl ~ltn a soiu- sl'opes it might be'advisaffle ~to[tion of hydrated lime; that hand ~'2se "some meci, anical means pollination on sterile varieties ofI fr ~its is the only practical means i such as terracing or' basin listing iof pollination; artificial that bees[ cultivation. used in pollination should prefer-p Several slides were shown il-]ably be grouped in four to five ]u~.t~a mg soil conservation prae-Iswarms per colony. Synder fur- I various fruit dlseases and the l eontrol of little cherry. Voters of District 405-17 turned: Dave Brannon, Extension En- out in numbers Saturdav, March Bruce B. Groseelose, Minister !tomologist, dlscu, sed insect 6, to sanction the 30 mill special Church School, 10 a.m., Warren control in vegetables." Later he levy for the purpose of building Flanagan, Gem Supt. !heId a special meeting with cam- a new $400,000 grade sci~ool iMorning Worship, 11 a.m., F