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February 9, 1933

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PAGE TWO THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON ii i m i ii I SSAQ UAH P I(ES - t --OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF ISSAQUAH--- I ublishe(t Every Thursday at ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON Subscription Rates : One Year, in advance .................................................... $1.50 Six Months, " . ................................................... 1.00 Three Months, " _ ................................................... 75 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1933 i iii i ii ii promote all kinds of business activity. We should do what we can in the rarely every inch of the Mt.Everest way of charity. If all that is implied in these two words ccmld be put region, securing a perfect survey of ....... mountain, glaciers, ravines, every- ate operatmn, not only would our economic cond]tmn begin stea(hlv to ........... tnmg on ~ne surlace el ~ne grea~ improve, but our destitute wouht secure ample relief. I can think of no mass. What the flyers will do in three bettel lesolution fm the new y~ar than to we k in these d" e(t on~ " _ .... h~,, ,~ ,~ .... :~ nan ~ ,~ ' " ' ' ~ ' " ': " ' : "" - ........ ane ..~rs, s-ms ~. ~5 .... fee., .. thou- That thought came from a master mind after due delibcartion, as his 07 ~rtnuF ~1"15~ I sand men , crawling, climbing, slip- idea of what was best for the nation today. To be best for the natior ........... i ping, could not do in many years. , ~ . ] (t~ontmuea Ires I]rst page) I That is technocracy, which geese call it must be best for the state, for the county, for the town, and H)r tne[ "the modern curse." I individual, in importance just the reverse of the order in which we name]about it, "out of sight out of mind," * * * them. For, to be effective, there must be action by the indlvdua], as alllbut Paraguay and Bolivia are still At Cresson, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Sal- divisions mentioned are made up of individuals, through whom alone isl fighting, a few hundred killed now vadore Guido have a baby born with Entered as second-class matter on October 27, 1916~ at the post- office at Issaquah, ~King County, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. M. A. BOYDEN .................................................. Editor.Publisher IT HAS BEEN SPOKEN In another column we give an account of an attempt by the fire de- partment to get an expression from the public on their attitude on the securing of the playfield for the town. The reaction of the towh was discouraging. We do not know the next step the boys contemplate, but we cannot believe that the attendance last night is a correct indication of the feeling of our citizens. We b~lieve they realize the value of a community play- field. We believe they realize the part that field may play in the main- tenance of an efficient fire department of young men. We believe they realize, through late accomplishments in saving of insurance premiums, that the department, in its present efficient condition, is a very desirable attribute of our city life. The department feels it can handle the playfield deal, without cost to the city, if they can have the goodwill of the citizens and their patron- age at the different activities. We believe the present solution offers the last opportunity to save this particular playfield. We believe they would have the support of the citizens in that way. We reach these conclusions through the further belief that the Issa- quah Bank holds clear title to the ground. We think the dead past should be allowed to bury its own dead, and the city unite in a participation in those last sad rites. Selah! TO HIM IT SEEMS INCONSISTENT Monday the senate adopted a measure cutting wages of the enlisted personnel of the army, navy, marine corps and coast guard, receiving $1000 a year or more. The cut would also apply to retired pay of enlisted personnel re- ceiving more than $1000 a year. The two provisions are said to save nearly $8,000,000 a year. When one considers that these men all receive board, lodging and clothing in addition to this $1000 a year or more, it sounds like pretty fair wages in this day, when considering what is being made (?) by the people who pay the taxes with which these salaries are paid, the wonder is that this $8,000,000 has not been "saved" before. action possible, and then. Each of those few hun- six teeth. Legends concerning great Cooperation and charity! Not alone in a financial way but also in dred, with stonmch ripped open, leg (Continued on page 3, column 5) blown off, or other casualties, knows justice, love and humanity would make a better country of America today, lthat war is hell, even on a small Applied individually, it would rapidly transform the nation, with the first scale. Chinese and Japanese, fighting f -~ results becoming evident in the home and the hamlet, and we would see in northern Manchuria, know also ATTORNEY i its operation in a better Issaquah. Are you ready to do you," part? I that war is hell, especially at forty J. LAEL SIMMONS ] The first month of the new year has already passed, but much can be degrees below,zel,o. * In Issaquah Evenings - Saturdayst accomplished in the remaining eleven. News for technocracy worriers. Phone 593 Evenings | [U[~_.~~Itl ! Men~ for centuries have tried un-I Phone 43 Saturdays J I successfully to climb Mt.Everest, theI - ----- highest peak on earth Many lives. -~ I have been lost in the attempt. [ I Now ..... pilots will take their airplanes I ( .~'~ u,~t~llO~J' Iw,~~'lll~ 4, I and cameras, scientific ooservers,[ over the great peak and surroundingI /O---~///['~ mountains, and, let technocracy wail.|'~$[//ll[~_~J~ : I Within three hours from the timel. ~ /~I.~IX'X . they start they w, ll ha e photo aphs, ' that willTHiS-- enable them tOwoMA, map aceu-~~~ ~$!~~"~~',']-~-'//~'f~~ ". 1~ a , LOST 35 LBS d ?EATEST OF FAT O O Another provision that no retired officer who has an income of $10,000 I , or more, shall receive retired pay from the government, is an eye-opener ........... Bowman. to the average laynlan, who is dumfounded at such liberality with men, l HOBART i ~. Mr. and Mrs. George Fish of Ta- many of whom have not seen action, in comparison to the treatment ac-I Mildred Pakka and several fr'~icoma visited Mr. and Mrs. Gug Fish corded the men who entered the service just long enough to "do the fighting" and now find themselves unable to earn sufficent to feed and clothe their loved ones. To them these reductions seem tardy. NOT TOO LATE TO HELP For a suitable New Years resolution for 1933, Calvin Coolidge gave out the following, just about his last word to the nation: "For the year 1933, it seems to me that we need cooperation and charity. The resources of our country are sufficient to meet our re- quirements if we use them to help each other. We should cooperate to F. k. FISHER. FUNERAL DIRECTOR FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES Our most considerate attention is at your disposal at all tlmos Calls answered day or night Phone M212 ISSAQUAH, WASH. @@@ enjoyed roller skating at Enumclaw Wednesday evening. Evelyn Anderson decided that Tao homa is the best school, after all, so ehe left Broadway and came home again. Your Business A surprise party was giwen Edna Thompson and Ed Jett at the Paul Smallers ranch ~p in Suicide Gulch. Refreshments followed dancing Patty Turner stayed over the week end with Sylvia Aaikari. A mole trapping demonstration was given Tuesday at the Strawberry Johnson ranch. Many farmers at- tended. At least the little girls of Hobart are old-fashioned, for they still their babies (dolls) to school. Stina Grinbourg visited Edythe Howatson Sunday afternoon they later went to Mrs. Martin's where the Happy Tithers' Club wm holding Rs weekly meeting. !Saturday and Sunday. Bill Bailey of Selleck stayed with his cousin, Harold Helfinger, at Mar- tin Anderson's house Sunday night. Hobart Spotlight ' Harry Thompson motoring about town in a new Hupmobile .... Gil Soderberg, second Randolph Heart, PGasting newspapers about town.. u~ Fish taking life easy while t~is son is home .... Bill Peacock doing his spring plowing. # PEOPLE'S EXCHANGE FOR SALE--Guernsey bull. In- quire Wm. Maunns ranch, next to ~tefani Poultry Farm. FOR SALE--Young Jersey bull. Will sell cehap. E. Nyberg, Route ~, Box 43. FOR SALE--Four-room house and The unemployed meeting was held on Wednesday evening instead of Friday. The grade school girls of Hobart are giving a Valentine party in honor of their big sisters on thati vne acre ground, $225. Terms. In- date. . . quire A. Galbraith, Mine Hill. FOR SALE--Double tractor plow; pigs for sale. Mrs. Bogden. WANTED--Farm horse, 1300 lbs., cheap, coming fresh soon. 3. W. Ekdahl, R. F. D., or this office. FOR SALE -- S. C. W. Leghorn eggs, 30c doz.; also chicks The 4-H Cl;b * * held its meeting at FOR SALE---By Mrs. W. Ander- Mrs. Reumlins' home Wednesday ~on, pieced quilt tops $1; quilt pieces, evening. They cut their patterns ~Ib bag 25c. At Brady's. and .began work on their first 4-H~ WILL BUY all or any part of Club project. Maple Valley, Ra-i4,000 1932 hatch white leghorn hens. vensdale and Hobart girls attended. :Must be good. Write or telephone George Sidebotham is planning to file for the school board election next week, he says. Would Earn Licenso Strict enforcement of the game code is promised by Ben Paris, Seat- tle game commissioner, who declared that poachers and non-license hold- ers would get the limit. A petition was being circulated asking the com- mission to allow unemployed sports- men to work out the license fee on some eonst~ctive game or game fish restoration @ork. A. G. Elder, Bothell, Washington. Including MACHINE WORK f. Cedarholm FRONT STREET One-half block south of Hxghway Issaquah mlUlBIIIlUlIHHIIBUlll m Mr. and Mrs. George W. Roberge of Seattle were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson. The Andersons returned from San Fran- cisco last week. The Misses * * Dorothy and Helen Johnson came home to spend the week end. Elmer Moline returned from Cal- ifornia, where he reports the olive crop very good. Mark Bowman motored to Seattle Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Rome We confess it. On the other hand, we know we are justified in thus asking your patronage. We not only offer our depositors every fa- cility to be found in modern in- stitution, together with courteous consideration and the best of ser- vice, but we also assure you of Se- curity for your money, Strength and Stability in management and methods. We will appreciate your business .......... Per Cent Interest Miss M. Katner of Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: "Have used Kruschen for the past four months and have not only lost 35 pounds but feel so much bet- ter in every way. Even for people who don't care to reduce, Kruschen is wonderful to keep the system in a healthy condition. I being a nurse should know for I've tried so many things, but only Kruschen answered all purposes." (May 12, 1932). To lose fat SAFELY and HARM- LESSLY, take a half teaspoonful of Kruschen in a glass of hot water in the morning before breakfast---don't miss a morning--a bottle that lasts 4 weeks costs but a trifle--but don't take chances--be sure it's KruschenI --your health comes first--get it atI Brendel Drug Co., or any drug storet in America. If not joyfully satisfied after the first bottle--money back. A STRONG BANK Issaquah, Washington Mutual Groceries prices are lower yet/ When you read the toed ads, just say to yourself, "I can buy it for less at Mutual Groceries." First! BUTTER, (Meadow Dew), per lb ............. 21c EGGS, Standards, per dozen ........................ 15c COFFEE, Maxwell House, lb ....................... 28,: SOAP, Liberty White, 10 bars for ................ 19c CHEESE (Full Cream), 2 lbs. for ................ 2Sc MILK, Darigold Talls, each ........................... 5c SUNBRIGHT CLEANSER, 3 for .................. 10e SUGAR, Pure Cane, 11 lbs. for .................... LOG CABIN SYRUP .................................... 44 And Package Pancake Flour FREE! ore in -- on OW --from the hundreds of *poultrymen who entered the NOPCO XX 2000 lbs. FREB FEED TEST to help hnprove flocks and profits. *'1~, ~d~ 4-H Club rumbas trod tarlt~ O n tell you what they write-yet But, if you are one of the few who didn't enter for one of the PRER FEED award ask your neighborwhat hewrote.We know you'll get mn ~ of Interesting resul~k IMPORTANT TO POULTRY MEN AND T~ GRO~RS This b FBED TI~BT--NOT m Lemr Wdtinl ~mts~ ~HE PURPOSE--t0 s~flmfy youmelf, tn your way, on youe_ flinch, regarding NOPCO XX t~sulcs. Then ils~ your resu~ ---on w~appinB paper, i| You llke. Fore is el~ no eon~luen~, Sign up with yot~r dealer for the FEED TEST wlu~hef you wr/m s l~,er or not, You can do u vou pleas~ abOut that. I ' | NOIN~O, 465 CMi|orn,a ~.. ~n F,ae~:Isco lasa I .... n . . UlUU