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FEBRUARY 9, 1933 THE I~$AQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON PAGE THREE hN[~ Pl~.R.~f~N2k|. led by the gasoline tax, under theI George Ek attended the Chapter One hundred" .... seventeen'-" ......... people at- i bill'. ...... * * * II meeting at Fall, City, Tuesday, night.--HIGH --POINT q U a RI nded the mole demonstration ~utI l~lrs. J. H. ~yree unaerwent a ma-] Mrs. Ralv]n White entertamed Norman Hjort - V .... . • • by the county agent, Mr Lovett, IJ°r operation at Harborvlew hospital[with a stork shower for Mrs. Melvm Following an illness of several ; the C. W. Peters farm Tuesday• iWednesday of last week and is re-ms[ Krumbach on January 27. The hen- months, Norman njort passed away THURSDAY----~:~R_AND_Ho~':-- _. $ 9 10 11 © • , , , . IPoneu convalescing., • • I°rif guest received many beautiful at his. home, February 4. He was ....... 10¢ ~RIn;:::A:!rT;I~' ~'FEB 25¢ Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs.I Mr and Mrs C W Peters visitedlg ts. born m Halma, Montana, February elvin Kr mbach m c tt]e on Sat ..... * * * . u , "S a -I last week at the home of the latter's The Sidelis class of the Commun 9, 1923, and moved to High Point at Z[ay, February 4, a girl .~+~. ~o et..~l~.. R .... ++ ;. Wl ] • - an early age with his parents tie Was roadshown in Seattle at $1•50 Mrs. Charle; D~'am*ond visited in ~:nsb'ur~~ Mr. Bennett is just able ietnYjoChblreCh eSv::d:gy s::oo: vPa~::ti:: hadwJhSotsrttlr:edafrbmf:rh: H:~.:bor_i NEWS -- ~PORT Moses at the home of her aunt,] tc:,be ab;;th:sgal:eilthi:hbl:dd sOfnc:lparty Monday :venmg,. Funeral Pservices Y•ere hel::t t:c SUNDAY- MONDAY, FEB. 12-13 • ~. t~uss, on ~unaay • -- .... - • " ' i • • • being shot in an attempted robbery l City Clerk Schomber announces .,gn ro,n c urc., weynetaay te[- "THE MASK OF FU MANCHU" 'C. W. Peters went to Olympia last of his gas station several months ago. that 12 o'clock noon, February 14, noon a~ z o c.oe,:, v,'~th t~ev. u. J.i ~dnesday in the interest of the bill . . , ................ Bloomquist officiating. (Boris Karlaff) . ~ .......... ~ . . . I lv,~ is ~ne ueau tree zor nlmg zor NEWS -- BERLIN TODAY -- Ethel Manning singing "You Try,, ':h'adfiPp::ede~inlltslT~llb~a~i:~a: to l~l;: L~e~l:;t~eW~i:s:M:t::::s tif:ice:f tMabrec:ll~4~ lt3:e TtYs:le:o Missionary Gus* Bostrom left onI Somebody Else --- Slim Summerville in "Officer Save My Child' .......... ]Club of Century Chapter onWednes-I ..... " . Wednesday for Wiley City, where heIl~e~16-17:lS--"Riders Of Deat-h ValieY" (Mix): ............ day afternoon, February 15, at two De eJectea are a treasurer ior one wilt conduct several services. I Feb. 19-20--"Fact Life"---(Wm. Itain._,s). I , • • year and three councilmen for two • • , I Feb. 22-23--"They Just Had To Get Married"--(Slim). attle.lssa.uah.East0n,o one Is asked to bring] ear terms scissors, thimble and needles•Iy . • • • ~ Mr• and Mrs• John Halvorson en- Feb. 24-25--"Yenderfoot"--(Joe E. Brown). Feb. 26-27--"Red Dust"--(Jean Harlow). Technocracy. ' , . . i ~enalneu a number oi zrlenas xnurs-t March 2-3-4--"Pack Up Your Troubhs"--(Laurel and Hardy). PRESS (mmlmum) 25c erGerf~l:mThhi:mP::;nth~l~nfe:llY:;7:s[faS:ua:ttDavr:tll:~s 1Ma:ed:rh:er?°h:' day evening • • • March 5-6--"Flesh"--(Wallace Beery). -- employment driving truck up near l is now living there, plans to movet Miss Mildred Lovegren spent theI [the border ]to Fall City• week end with her sister, Miss Enid cordlngly, the prefect of pollce stopped I FRATERNAL ORDERS LEAVE ISSAQUAH * * * [ * * * ]Loviegren, of Seattle. I these herds at the city gates andI ............... 8"10 a m 3"50 p m Mrs. Emil Cedarholm and Mrs. Vie-] The Pickering-Peters bridge is now , , , ] ra Suns" Hol'-s'8"l() ~" nl ]tor Massett were Renton visitors on/under reconstruction• A span is be-1 Llyod Tallman and S. Tallman and] turned them back to the country and ISSAQUAH VALLEY GRANGE No. ' ' ~ " IJ" "]Monday afternoon. !ing put in. The road will probably Mrs. Gus Johnson and Mrs. A. Sund- for five years the.city, residents strug- l uay" 581~o~ MeetSeacn mon¢n,Sec°nd and~ P fourthm, tirangeM°n" gled for their goat s milk under digS- . .............. • • . .. -- * * * ]be closed for another week. ] quist visited with relatives in Monroel culties. A company was formed to I, ~:. " ~• • • I Charles E Kinnune, who went tel • • • FrO.h,, rtat~ w v t~raa~ey, mas~er, Mrs handle this article, but its operation t .............. LEAVE SEATTLE ]the aval Hospital at Bremerton fori Mrs Frances Knowhs Smith ofi ..... • • • [• t~. uson, ~ecy. Mr and Mrs Ed Ol~on and Mrs 9:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m. ]treatment last Friday, was operatedlEverett visited from Friday evening1 ' • ~ •l was very unreliable and the quality IMYRTLE LODGE No 108 F & A Vzctor Holm spent Frzday a~te noon of the product unsatisfactory• In re- / ........ ." . ' ." ." Sundays and Holidays 10 p.m. on Tuesday. until Monday morning with her sis-. ..... . ~. [ " ~v,. ~v~ee~s nrs~ ~a~uruay zn each • * * I+^,. Urs j ~ O.r~^. la~ mrs. donn r~e~son's home in Issa-I spouse to repeated protests the police ~ .......... monrn ~rnes~ d unuman, W ffl , -^ ~,,_. ~ .... , [ Mrs. F• E• Allyn is entertaining the] ........... ,'~,'°~'" t quah. / were compelled to rescind the order ]r " • • " " " O''= "ay r~r~ ..... ~ F , ~ , and the goat herds returned, but In ]Thus. F. Dryhe, Secy., • Odao club this afternoon r .... * * * Round Top ........ $1•35 • • • / M s. G. P. Moun.ce ws~ted m NorthI Miss Elien Pearson visited ~er sis-1 limited numbers, however, and under I -~ ........ ha b C TURY CHAPTER No 66 0 E -- Mesdames R. J. Schneider, Leon-IBend Tuesday mght and attended/ter' Miss Edna Pearson, of North] strict police regulations• It s ten/ .... of herds S Meets second and fourth Wed t ~ . o. .. • lard Miles, Charles Diamond L. R.]the regular meeting of the Ladies of lBend over the week end ] promised that the number / ' • " n aena tage Line, Inc. . " ' • may be increased later if there is any nesday in Masomc hall. Hazel Ek, [Hephr, Dan Dawes, C. S. Beers, and]Woodcraft. I * * * demand for them. W.M., Minnie Schomber, Secy. " ~ * * * I Mr. and Mrs. John Halvorson and/ ~[ The Valentine dinner to be given t son , Harold wdre Seattle visitors on[ ~ GILMAN-LODGE-N0:-69:LO.----~. F. • ]by the Ladies' Aid on February 13,1 Sunday. ~ Trunceon Only Weapon { M,~ets every Friday evening• Thee. i|advertised last week, has been can- * * * " A wooden truncheon, or staff, made I Kim une N G L H Smart Sec ~~ • ~F ~ •/celled on account of other activities. Mr. and Mrs. A. Malmstrom of St- ' ' " "; " " ' Y' of cocus wood, 15 Inches long, with a I ............................. ~ A~ ~.41~ m,. ~ #nqk~ IIm~ [] | , , , atth were visitors of Mr. and Mr. leather strap to secure it to the wrist, I GILMAN REBEKAH LODGE No 59 ~ilUI~ ~Fl~aL~ I~ The ladies of Community ChurchlA. Swanson on Sunday• is the traditional weapon of the met- I I O O F Meets first and third B ]have formed a missionary study class, I ~ * * * ropolitan police of London Revolvers| Wednesd " "° ...... _ t .... ~ _ __ I Mrs Ed Olson and Mrs A Sund- are kept only at the stations, to be O F Hall M -" "" """ m umeeung ~unaay eveningsat tne~ " . . ay oI each montn, a~ x u • . quist called on Mrs Nels Nelson on issued in special cases where there is .~'. " .. " ary l~lnnune, P~. u.; ................. • ~church, under the hadershp of Mrs. IM SPECIALS THIS WEEK mm/Jessen ! onday aftern:on. • reason to believe that encounters with ]r~uDy unuman, ~ecy. " • " * * * Mr armed criminals are likely to occur GILIVI,~-~,~,~?~',.~.~-..m--.-.----~..-'-$ • | . and Mrs. Vzctor Holm were av Ion er trun" ,~a ~*rz~x ~o. 43, I. •/ Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell of St- Sen'tie she ers on Mon-a Mounted _police. h e._ g .. I O. O. F.Meets every second Sat- • ~ PP ¢1 y • [urday at Issaquah and every fuur~t, • /attic were in town Tuesday. Mrs. • • • • cneons 'me metropo.tan prance or- -.-,~- y . Vz zt n P . GROUND BEEF, pound ............................ 10c •|Powell called on friends while Mr. Missionary E. A. Beck of South ders provide that truncheons are to be Thursda at Redmond "s'i ~ a _ _ ~ |Powell attended the mole exterminat- America held an interesting meeting used only in extreme cases, and when l triar:hs welcome. R. G. McKee, C. ever used by a constable must be sub I P.; E. J. Lindman, Scribe• LITTLE PIG SAUSAGE, 2 pounds for ....... 25c | }ing demonstration at the C. W. Pe- at the local church Tuesday evening, mitted to the station officer for subse- ] ........ l/ters farm. * * * quent Inspection. _2~" VEAL STEW er ound ............................ 5c . . . Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson and ~--PuI~ I~AW MILK" ' P P Mrs. Olive Bayh spent Sunday in daughter Marion were Seattle visit- City~tion i| AND CREAM BOILING BEEF, per pound ..:................... 8c -•]Seatth at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ors Wednesday. i Karl Bayh, where Gibson has been *. * * . . . A melancholy interest attaches toll Phone F244 LARD, home rendered, 2 pounds lSc n l . . Henry Fosse *s on the szek hst th,s Martinique, the "Queen of the Carib-II MORNING DELIVERIES .............. • n convalescing , . " n n . . . , weex. bees•" What was previous to May 8, I I Issaouah Valhv Dairv LEG OF LAMB, pound 15¢ M .............................. i l r. and Mrs. J'. E. Powell were: ~ 1902, a beautiful and prosperous Is-|~ --- a # -- ~ • CARD OF THANKS ~llssaquah visitors on Saturday. ....... land Is now half desolate. It was onI [[I * * * we uealre I;o ex~enu our sincere that date that the eruption of Mt. Pe ~-----~----- -- ~] Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Krumbach thanks to our many friends for their lee, plainly visible from the ship's t~,~ , .... ~, ,, , are rejoicing in the birth of a daugh- assistance and sympathy during the deck, utterly destroyed the charming HI =--'----- BEAUTY miter in Seattle on February 4. illnem~ and at the funeral of our be- cry of St. Pierre with its 80,000 In- till -SHOPPE SPECIALS- ~ m ~| * * * loved husband, son and brother, habitants. The city and its people lie |m ............. II ~ ~l ~1~ !] This morinng's P,-I., tn its list of Charles Theodore Ek. Also for the buried beneath a thick blanket of lava ],l For Relaxed Muscles -- . v~ , ' "~" i[marriage licenses issued, included floral contributions at the funeral, ashes.loving creoleIt Is recordedwomenofthatst. Pierrethe gayetY-were I.IHIIII el naDDy" "" SKIn---'" nave" a that of Miss Mary Rusnak, Issaquah, We wish to especially thank the the most beautiful females to be found IHI facial once a week and • m n land John Krall, of Kelso. Knights of Pythias and Eagles ord- in the entire West Indies. Empre~s |Ill ~. • -- ---- " ; /m ......... .... ~ ~ . . MRS. CHARLES EK and Family, Josephine was born In Martinique• /W see ~ n e marvelous re- MRS. SARAH C. EK and Family• Osprey Export Fisher ]Ill - HOME ------- More Brisbane The osprey, or flshhawk, as its name Illl - BEAUTY SHOPPE - Implies, lives entirely on fish. It Is an I1! -- ~ i ~ ~ '| '~ heroes often describe them withfull expert at h°verlng ab°ve the surface 1~ ' '"'" x~'~ I I,dPl~[~4 |~ ~11"~ sets of teeth at birth. Thegrandfath- °fthewateruntllaflshisseennearl~ the surface when the osprey dives In I [ ................ // ILl ill tiff L/IL er of Henry the Fourth, who rubbed a swift, powerful rush which often I~ "It P ..... IOOL "HI" ~, ........ garlic on the lips of his new-born carries It a foot and a half beneath I ~ " I. "! grandson and gave him a sip of the surface, but whlch seldom falls to '. ¢ , n ~' CT~'~ ~t~ strong Burgundy before he was 12land its prey. Unfortunately, in areas I 1PAUL'S BARBER SHOP ~ ) I ~ ~L--m.~ ~ hours old, would have been delighted frequented by eagles, the osprey is } -------'----- 7 had the child appeared with teeth, often robbed of its catch by the larger I ~ Special attention to bird which seizes the fish while the " , " ' • l Ladles and Children s • Result ffOIT~ S~rol~g Chi~k~! Secret of Face Powder osprey IS In flight away. ]~ haircutting Taking No Chances I~ --o--- Known to Greek Ladiel, "I shall not Journey in an airplane," I t Shaving Material , For many years archeologists have said Ht He, the sage of Chinatown. 1~ ---o-- havebeen searchinguncoveredforthe"psymithion."ruins of ancientThey "Its dangers are but small, but on my I | Sunset Highway, Issaquah cities, and excavated tombs full,of gold own doorstep there are no dangers at t ~ and ether treasure~, all In vain. No- all."--Wasbln~to~ Star. /~=====--===== ........ ===== 50 Ch ks Brooder and Water Fount During our, Window Disp/ay at February 8 to 18- Register at our You may be Power Less loss--less labor-- less worry--less cost--- that's the story of chick brood. ing by electricity. Exact records at ninety.two Western Washington poultry farms, brooding 114,900 chicks, showed an average cost of two cents per chick for electricity during entire brooding period. Get all the interesting facts about brooding for profit from & Light Company ''0 U R E L E C T R I C I T Y I ! " ¢ H ! I P'' . I where did they find so much of a thim- blefitl of "psymlthion." Ar!stophanes, Pliny and other writ- era referred to this substance, and from their writings it appeared that it must be some kind of cosmetic. And this plainly appeared from an old Hel- lenic poem warning the reader "nev- er by the use of psymlthlon can you make a Helen out of a Hecuba." But this merely excited the curiosity of the archeologlst~ and caused them to dig deeper Into the earth, and at last they foulrd what they were looking for. Prof. T. Leslie Shear of Princeton nnlversity, while excavating the tomb of a Corinthian lady, found a terra- PUtts box containing "psymlthion," Which the lady, before she entered the tomb, used in powdering her face. &nalysl| showed that it was a carbo- nate of lead manufactured along the t~ame lines as white face powder that modern ladies use. This shows that the ladies of an- cient Corinth did not have shiny nose~ and indicates they were Just as skillful in makeup as those of the present gen- eration. Helena use '~psymlthlon" as freely am the Hecubat Parhiam in Long Fight for Prked Guard Milk Until a few years ago, one of the picturesque features of Ufe In Paris was the early morning vialta of the Sat herdL Theme animals were .drip. en around In fioclm and the milk was tulsa from them at the door of tho patron, who wall |ummoned by the ms- ale Of Pan.pipes played by the herds- man, Persotm who were not Interest. ed in goat's milk or the picturesque features of the visitation, raised some objection to the tousle, which come t~ dist-drbed thai2 alu~bers. AC. F- .I I Speaking of VALENTINES --Someone will be thrilled to hear your voice come winging over states and rivers, mountains and prairies. It's easy'to place an inter-city call. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPII COMPANY 1 i ~ i ¢