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THURSDAY, JANUARY 19,1933 m i i Team Loses to Seattle College The high school basketball team played the Seattle College Tuesday night and lost, 46-11. There was no second team game, but the second team played a portion of the game, scoring seven of the eleven points. The first team line-up was as fol- lows: Pedigan and Pcterson, for- wards; Mergan, center, and Hogan and Cowles, guards. Second team Castagno and Linde, forwards; Read center, and Stonebridge and Shew guards. ---- The Board of Control "ache( champions" lost their title to the sophomore class basketball team last Wednesday, 10-3. The junior class has now organized a team and will play the sophomores in order to dethrone the new champions. THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON ii n l i iiis i Galapagos' Formation Bread, From Prehistoric Nearly everywhere on theGala- Times to the Present pages, one walks over fresh or weath- Science Club Experiments I Several interesting experilnents [ were carried on at the Science Club imeeting Monday. Underclassmen were astounded when, upon pouring a purple fuid into a bottle a white fluht resulted. Magicians nothing- chemists. The demonstrator of a fire e:~tinguisher was almost extin- guished when the experiment became too active and blew up the container. The girls' basketball team played their first game Wednesday night in the ~ym, playing against Tolt. The girls on the first team were: Esther Erickson and Dorothy Castagno, for- wards; Bernice Lindsay center ,and Doris Lewis and Virva Day, guards. June tIoye, Katura Selland Elin Peterson are substitutes. Miss Emily Fink, Miss EleanorI Redmond Sunday. Fischer, Norman Diam~'nd and Car-I * * * son Williams spent Sunday at thet Miss Ann Donlan of the Summit Summit. * * * valley.iS visiting at her, ,hme, in the upper Mr. and Mrs. attract Finney andI S. E . Anderson is spending thisl daughter and Miss Alta Jones wereI week with the North Bend Com- Week-end visitors at the J. W. Finney I home. munity Chureh~ Marvin Perrin returned to his Mrs. Johnson, daughter Ethel and]home in Tacoma Wednesday after a Miss Mather called on Miss Willis at lvislt with his cousin, Phiilip Watson. ered hive. It was natnral that Dar- win took for granted that the islands had heen Imilt up from the sea bot- tom hy their voh'anoes wilhin com- parativ(ly recent tinms. Wallace and. other followers of I)arwin accepted this view ihat the islands "have been formed by submarine eruptions" and have never been Joined to continental America. According to this oceanic theory, animals and plants reached them by various fortuitous means: by the wind, which conld bring fern spores, seeds provided with pappus. spiders, insects, hirds and bats, or seeds nmy be Parried adhering to the plamage or the feet of birds, or even in their crops. Such stragglers are apparently still reaching the islands, and stand a chance of becoming rest- "(lent if they find suitable conditions, mates, and so on.--I,'rom "To tile South Seas." by ~lfford Pinehot. Fly Plague in Eastern Lands Flies of death must swarms of east- ern flies be to the people of those oth- erwise heaven-blest lands, where sani- tation is still almost unknown, and proper drainage is yet frequently ab- sent. It speaks eloquently for the dis- ciplined care of old Rome for the coun- tries it conquered, that in the New Testament the annoyance and dangers of swarms of flies are so little in evi- dence, although the malaria so fatal to those who spent their summers in Rome itself, a(~ording to nmny writ- era, was no doubt spread very consid- erably if not mainly by mosquitoes and other fly pests. However It came about, it seems THESE PRICES ARE EFFECTIVE FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY, JAN. 20, 21, 23 AT EBA'S MUTUAL GROCERY IN ISSAQUAH, WASH. DRY SUGAR CURED1 HALF OR WHOLE SLAB PER POUND ................ EBA'S Bi 19c FRESH GROUND _.t. A WONDERFUL BLEND English GELATINE 3 10c TALL CANS Pure Refined. Cane 0 LBS. B&M SUCCOTASH and LIMA BEANS CAN RIBBON A FINE MALT SYRUP--CHOICE of LIGHT or DARK at THIS PRICES I I I Spredwell ................................ 29C A .WASHINGTON PRODUCT--VACUUM PACKED toRETAIN ITS FINE FLAVORI ~i -Pound z~ -Pound GREEN BLACK CUP for CUP it COSTS as LITTLE as the CHEAPEST TEA! I I I 18C JAR LIBBY'S SPINACH DEL MONTE CORN WHITE KING GRANULATED SOAP at a new low price[ LARGE PACKAGE CHEESE 15c American, Pimento, Brick, Limburger and Other Flavors! SYRUP 19C The Lowest Price in Twenty Years for This Fine Syrupl I Seedless Raisins 19C itl t t Cocoa 2 19c Especially Healthful During this Kind of Weather / I 50 : 29c Yakima Gems l I l II LBS. VAN CAMP'S PER CAN PAGE THREE likely that some ages after the discov- ery of fire, prehistoric ;nan In his hunt for food fonnd that by picking and eating the beads of the grain, that grew In the fiebls, he could satlsfy his hunger. To avoid eating the whole plant, he learned to grind lhe grain a bit between stones, nnd it is appqr- ent from the worn off teeth of mum- mies that he also ate some of the ground stone along with his grain. Itowever, there we hqd the first flour. To ln::l;e t]:o t.ra~q;cr train go df~wn boiler, some (ilia th,n.~vht of 'lddirlg water, and, ergo, the first dough. A few generations later one of the youngsters grew~ careless and dropped some of his grain and water mixture on a hot stone. Every one looked and tasted--and started dripping more dongh on mSre hot stones. They had discovered that bread was good. Then one day a careless cave lady forgot nnd left her dough sitting out over night. She didn't know it, but In that time It picked up some wihl yeast floating in the air. In the morning when she started to nmke up the day's dry, flat pancakes, she dis- covered that the hatter bubbled and rose on baking and the bread was, de- llglltfully tender and moist instead of hard and dry. Then dough was left out over night--and leavened bread was born. ssaqua Shows Start During May, June, July and August at 8:00 P. M. Balance of Year at 7:30 P. M. lOc 7:30 P.M. 25c THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JANUARY 19- 20- 21 (Tom Mix) NEWS -- COMEDY -- KRAZY KAT SUNDAY and MONDAY, JANUARY 22- 23 "AFRAID TALK" (Eric Limten- Sidney Fox) NEWS -- COMEDY -- SPORT PEOPLE'S EXCHANGE FOR SALE, on account of moving: 1 kerosene stave with oven, 1 baby carriage, 1 bone grinder, 1 push cart and 1 one-horse riding disc, all very reasonable. R. Gerber, across from Clyde Darst f~rm. City of Halifax Linked With American History Halifax claims to he one of the most strongly fro'tiffed cities in the world. Its citadel, or Fort 'George, standing on an eminence above the city, took ................................................ nearly thirty years to build. Its splen- WANTED-- Housekeeper for home did harbor is spaclous enough to hold with father and four children. Apply the whole British fleet. Point Pleas- at this office. ant park is reserved by thb crown for FOR SALE--Standard make pi- purposes of defense, but Is leased to lhe city for a pleasure ground for the ano near Issaquah; will sacrifice for sum of a shilling a year for 99 years, nupaid balance; a snap; easy terms; its Martello tower was built under the write Tallman Piano Store, Salem, 5irectlon of the duke of Kent In 1796. Oregon. The Northwest arm, famous for Its ............................................. PIANO--Sacrifice at Issaquah. Beautiful bungalow style like new. Most any terms to reliable party. Write George R.obison, 435 Washing- ton street, Portland, Oregon. scenery, and its facilities for all kinds af aquatic sports, also boasts a memo- rlal tower, built at the time of the ad- vent of representative government in 1758. St. Paul's church, Halifax, Is the old- est Protestant church in Canada, and contains memorial tablets to such hls- toric figures as Sir John Wentworth, a governor of New Hampshire before the Rettolutlon, and afterward gov- ernor of Nova Scotia; and Right Rev- erend Charles Inglls, D. D., first Protestant Bishop of British North America. Vaccine's Beginning It must have been at a date almost coincident with Jesty's and Jenner'e experiments with vaccine that Lady Mary Wortley Montagu brought to England the Turkish method of inocu- lation for smallpox, writes a corre- spondent to a London paper. The inoculation was not with vaccine, but with the poison of smallpox Itself, as stated on her epitaph in Llchfield cathedral, In which Henrlelta Inge, danghter of Sir John Wrottesley, wishes to express her gratitude to Lady Mary for the benefit she her- self received from this "alleviating art which softens the virulence of thls malignant disease." Lady Mary llke Jesty, first tried the experiment of inoculation on her own family. The epitaph is dated 1789. For a time, one supposes, the two methods of In- oculation went on side by side, but the Turkish method, proving Injurious In too many cases, was dropped.--De- troit News. Happy to Oblige Two Engllshmen In India spent their leave shooting bear. Their first day they had no luck until sundown, when one got a chance of a shot and killed. tt transpired, however, the victim was an old native woman, and no bear. As they were discussing the matter the headman of the village appeared. They pointed out how sorry they were such an accident had happened, and offered to make a reparation. The headman suggested the sum of 200 rupeeS---or Just over $60. Three years later they went to the Same district again shoot- ing hear. They arrived at the bunga- low at night, and once again the Same headman appeared. He made a simple request. "If you sahibs have another 200 rupees, I have another old woman for you to shoot." Social Handicap Awkwardness is a more real disad- vantage than It Is generally thought to be; It often occasions ridicule, It always lessens dignlty.--Chesterfield. Mways at Your Service for Printing Needs! BEAUTY ------ -SHOPPE SPECIALS- Wet Waves .......25c Finger W.aves ..... 50c Many a single quarter invested in Press want-ads has come back married. For Thur. Fri. Sat. January 19, 20 and 21 FRESH CREAMERY POUND SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN SYLVIN DILLY MONDAY A surprise party was given Mon- day evening at the Dilly home in hon- or of their youngest daughter, Sylvin. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dilly and family, Robert Evans, Pinko Brolio, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Watson, Phillip Watson, Marvin Perri,, Hazel Hammersberg, Ida Holn: :s, Mrs. Ira Rounds, Mrs. Sara Hildebrand, Elizabeth Arnt, Pudgy Adair, Beryl Crosby, Gordon Crosby, Elinm" Sell, Edwin Jarvin and Bob Jenks. Simple Mus'cal Instrument The concertina was invented by Charles Wheatstoue in 1829. It Is a small musical Instrument on the prln- ('lple of the neon,allen. FRATERNAL ORDERS ISSAQUAH VALLEY GRANGE No. 581. Meets second and fourth Mon- day of each month, 8 p.m., Granger Hall. W.V. Bradley, Master, Mrs.~. L. Olson, Secy. ISSAQUAH CHAPTER No. 39, R. A. M. Meets fourth Tuesday of each month at Masonic Hall. Visit- ing companions welcome. Ernest Picketing, E. P. H., Thoz. F. Drylie, Secy. I TRIANGLE LODGE No. 46, K. of P. Meets first and third Tuesday of each month. William H. Jones, C.C., George H. Johns, K. of R. and S. MYRTLE LODGE No. 108, F. & A. M. Meets first Saturday in each month. Ernest J. Lindman, W. M.; Thos. F. Drylie, Secy. CENTURY CHAPTER No. 66. O.E; LIPTON'S s. Meets second and fourth Wed- YELLOW LABEL TEA nesdey in Masonic hall. Hazel Ek, ~i-pound can W. bt., Minnie Schomber, Secy. 37c I- " ' GILMAN LODGE No. 09, I. O. O. F. MeAs every Friday evening. Thee. Kinnune, N. G.; L. H. Smart, Secy. GILMAN REBEKAH LODGE No. 59 I. O. O. F. Meets first and third Wednesday of each month, at I. O. O. F. Hall. Mary Kinnune, N. G.; Ruby Lindman, Secy. GILMAN ENCAMPMENT No. 43, I, O. O. F.Meets every second Sat- urday at Issaquah and every fourth Thursday at Redmond. Visiting Pa. triarchs welcome. R. G. McKee, C. P.; ~ J. Lindman, Scribe. Seattle.lssaquah.Easton Exprsss (minimum) .......... 25c , LEAVE ISSAQUAH 8:10 a.m. 3:50 p. m Extra Saturday, Sunday 6:40 p. m. LEAVE SEATTLE I):30 a. m, 5:18 p. m. Extra Sundays and Holidays I0 p.m, HAPPY HOME CORN 2 cans 25c LIMA BEANS 3 pouods 25c CANS 19c (Limit) CHILl BEANS 4 pounds 19c BLUE RIBBON MALT per can ' 49c SMALL WHITE BEANS 6 pounds 25c CALIFORNIA HOME CATSUP bottle 19c One Way Fare ....... 90 Round Trip ........ $I.85 North Bend Stage Line, Inc. 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