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0 ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASH., TIIURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1933 SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR t Reflation, Not Inflation l AgglqTANT FfllINTV i REnEKAHS ENTERTAIN PAST Insurance Company Money l ilkJU|k$|lllll ~JVUiI|| t NOBLE GRANDS LAST NIGHT ......... AGENT SVlNTH HAS ( ,mao eo 0 a o Franklin D• Roosevelt has one ilr~|l|/~ qp/~ ]r?.ArDlNl~l~ied last night with a party to honor plan already announced. At govern- ~V~l~ 1U rl~|U~Ithe Past Noble Grands of the Order. ment expense the Tennessee valley ~Fourteen Past Noble Grands answer- would be made over, reforestation ed to roll call. The evening was spen-~ in the highlands, flood control basins, huge water power development, re- clamation of flooded bottom lands, elimination of unprofitable marginal~ lands from farm pursuit, back to the farm movement, improved navigation• $ $ * The success of this plan would be followed by similar plans in Ohio and elsewhere. If the Tennessee plan, which could hardly get started for a year, worked rapidly and well, it would employ 50,000 to 75,000 people• That would not make a big hole in the twelve million unemploy- ed. Some idea bigger than an en- gineering plan to a hire a few thou- Gave Lecture at Grange On Monday Evening of Much Interest to Poultrymen; New Members Come In. With considerable general business up for consideration, degree work by the degree team, an interesting pro- gram, climaxed by a talk by Assist- ant County Agent, the regular meet-I ing of Issaquah Valley Grange ses- sion Monday evening extended well up toward midnight• Foul" candidates were elected to become members by initiation• They playing games. The supper tables were decorated in a Valentine motif. Each honor guest was presented with a beautiful handkerchief. A delicious luncheon was served• MORE COOPERATIVE DIVIDENDS ON WAY Good News for Poultrymen Members Of Organization; Many Farmers In This Community Will Share Inithe Distribution of Dividends• that TAXPAYERS' TICKET IS ONLY ONE FILED A caucus for the nomination of a city ticket was hc:d at Town Hall Friday evening• Henry Auguston was elected chairman and Dave Morgan secretary. The nominations made, and filed the same evening with the city clerk, follow • Councilmen L. J• Harris P. J. Smith Andrew Thompson Treasurer Frank Day Mr. ttarris and Mr. Day are now serving and are asking re-election, as their terms expire this season• Mr. Smith and Mr. Thompson have served city before with such efficiency general satisfaction is heard C. J. SWEEN ATTENDS SAN FRANCISCO MEET C. J. Sween left this morning for San Francisco to attend the conven- tion there of the Pacific Egg Pro- ducers' Association, representing the the cooperative associations of the !RELIEF WORK WILL START IN ISSAQUAH MONDAY MORNING states of California, Oregon and All Workmen Are Required Washington. ] To Register Saturday At Mr. Swecn has been chosen as 0ne1 of two delegates representing thel Washington Co-Operative of this state• He will be gone about ten days• FOX RIVER BUTTER OPENS NEW BRANCH J. S. Barager, Former Manager Here, Goes to Auburn Branch, With Glenn Farrar Taking Charge Of Business Out of lssaquah. Town Halo Pay Will Be In Grocery Vouchers. Beginning next Monday, relief work for the unemployed will be giv- en out in Issaquah, on the school grou~lds and the streets of the city. A]] men desiring to participate in this work will bc required to regis- ter a~ the Town Hall Saturday. Mrs. Ruby Lindman has been appointed secretary and will handle all clerical work of the organization, she having for their nomination. • un: r:=e d::d:,ofndi~l?t :Uotfpufb~i ~: OjOhhY CdstMg::~nJc=taMg:: been appointed by Mr. Brown of n c e The Washington Cooperative Egg • Wheabove t~cketwas des~natedas Th~ Fox River Butter Company, Renton,~superintendent of this divi- • . . " p . • • zne Taxpayers HCKe~. _NO otner • called for in thin sltuatmn. Three members Hettie Bergsma, Bill &oultry Association held its 16th ..... active here for the past ~everal years, sion. Mrs. Lindman will be at Town • . • - • , I;ICKeL was nameu .... That there is any brain bxg Castagno and George Isotalo, were:annual meeting at the Seattle Chain- ]is opemng a branch m Auburn. J: e to formulate the 1den is ~ be~ of Commerce, Tuesday The As S Baragel, who has b~en manager nough " •" conductedthrough th~ third andI " ' "t- ~v I• ' " doubtfulIt must come of itself and socmtmn is pre armg checks for its r-numclaw ls$aquarl |n i fol the t few e~rs has e • • " fourth degrees by the degree team " " " p ' • " j here ' pas y • , be n possibly in some unpleasant way af-after an-appreciated exhibition of'members in the total amount of An Interclub Meeting transferred to the Auburn branch ter unpleasant experience. ]floor work by the team. I$235,314"60 as an addltl.onal pay-i _~- land Glenn Farrar, who has been as- * • * .......... ~ .... ment for eggs shipped during the T~sa~uah Kiwanis Club en%-ed an sisting Mr. Barager for several Every"plan" involves more money .~" '" wase~ as ae~eg:r~an~.: :nu year 1932, amounting to 20 centsli t:rciqub visit from the EJn~mclaw months, takes up the management to ~ sh veledout from ..ublict~range, repor~eu on ~ne g a~mn ..... i n~ ....... ve o ~, ........ .~ _~ .... per case. xnls zarmer-owneu cooper-~ .... ~ ~ve here OI" the orancn opening, Gne ... • I oz r~ne welzare ~omml~ee ~o al~ in ....... I clu~) yesteruay noon, a group o~ n , • fu.d~. And the government ~tsetf,, a~ve assocmGmn repor:s a ne: sur-" in the first seven months of this fis-'unempl°yment" eal year, finds itself with a deficit Announcement was made of the of one thousand two hundred and Masters' Council, to me~t with Mer- seventy-one million dollars, idian Grange next Sunday, and of • I~ m" a rich country,, with. credit Pomona at White River on March 16• strong as ever. But already Mr. Master Bradley announced he Rainey of Illinois, a conservative by would be unable to attend the com- flatz n must come mg State Grange sessmn, and Ruben choice, says that in "o • " " We need a new idea, a big one, and Paulsen was elected as alternate. courage to adopt it even if unpleas- Frank Klein suggested an effort ant. * * * ~be made to lease the vacant spaces Two days after his inauguration, on the advertising curtain, and was President Roosevelt will have a meet- made a committee of one for that ing of Governors of all the States, lpurpose. in the White House, to discuss "wha~l The literary program was opened to do?" I with the sing of "Hard Times" by To let the Governors come in, lthe congregation. This was followed express their opinions, get acquaint-Iby readings by Theodore Erickson, ed with the President and each oth-IRuben Paulsen and R. I. Case. er, is a good idea. But forty-tight[ • Two trios by Florence Paulsen, opinions would mean no opinion. If Evelyn Anderson and Marie Western anything is to be done, it must be constituted the musical program. done by one man with the right idea The concluding number was a talk and the power to make others ac- by Mr. Svinth on the under-floor Hall Saturday between the hours of 8:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m. This list will be used by the cen- tral committee, Messrs. Thomas, Har- ris and Gregory. They will select a crew of from twenty to thirty to start work Monday and notify those selected. Work will be given out in Auburn Globe Repubhcan say including two ladies, - ~ • two-day shifts and the men rotated "The Fox Rxver Butter Company, plus or earning for the year of $758,- ~~ attending. One of the " . through the program. Six-hour days handhng feed and buying eggs, has w b 479•82, a decrease of only 2.69% ~~ number was John " ill e worked, the wage yet to be from the previous year. ~~ Silknitter, lieutenant- opened a branch office and warehouse set by the state. Pa-y will be made The volume of business handled ~ governor of this dis- in Auburn in the old Borden Condens- with vouchers, good %n any desig- for the year, while reflecting a de- ~ trict, who gave a talk er building. . _ hated grocery store. No cash will cline in the monetary value, held up at the close of the program. "J. S. Barager ~s manager of the!be given in change and only grocer- local concern, whmh ~s a subs~dmry exceedingly well in actual volume, Mr. Silknitter stated that with the .... ies listed with the stores. Clothing of the Borden Co, and one of the 1 the decline in egg receipts amount- depression, the almost universal topic • cos and shoes will be arranged for ing to 14½%, while the Associa- of discussion these days, he chose to largest institutions of its kind in the as needed This is the program on tion's feed sales declined only 3.19%. talk on some of the things we should The reports show a total of 1,176,573 I be thankful for, and that there are cases of eggs and 173,050 tons of i few situations so bad that there is no feed sold w~th apprommately the us • " -Isilver lining to be found• He called ual volume of poultry, turkeys, can • -lattention to the increase last year in ned chicken, etc v • ]the number of depositors in the sa - The feed department operations l ings departments of banks; and to reflected a net earning above divi-I the fact that while many thousands dended requirements of $253,202.63,1are made destitute by the depression, or the equivalent of 5•29 cents on ithere are still four or five times as each dollar of purchases. This is re-]many still in comforttable circum- turned annually to the producer in stances. One thing he thought we the form of preferred stock in pro. should be glad for is that taxes here portion to purchases from the de-i are four or five times less than across partment. ~ the border, he having formerly lived Egg prices for the year were re- in Canada. He closed with a tribute ported as 12.55% lower than for the to Lincoln. year 1931, while feed prices declined Announcement was made that the 11.10%. , ]date for the meeting at the Summit Financially Stron~ had been definitely set for March 8, The Association closed the year with an invitation extended to the in a very strong financial position,] Ele Elum and Snoqualmie clubs. and after having paid top market l prices to its members each week in Rusnak-Krall Nuvtials the year, made the following extra ¢, ~ . --~ ~ payments" ! ~memnlzea unuay Deferred payment on eggs, Feby. 25, $155,221.90; Stock retired at With relatives and friends in at- par July 1, $675,775.00; Dividends tendance, the marriage of Mrs. Mary on above retired stock, 4%, $27,031.; Rusnak to Mr. John Krall of Kelso, Dividends on all stock outstanding] was solemnized Sunday afternoon at Dec. 31, $244,727 40 tthe home of the bride's parents, M~r• Total cash payments to members, and Mrs. Joe Spak. The bride was at- (Continued on page 2) tended by Mi~ Mildred Spak, her sis- ter as bridesmaid, and Mr. Steve Fire Department Holds Krall was best man. ' The ceremony, which was read at Regular Monthly Meet The monthly meeting of the I. V. F• D. Monday evening was brief, the only issue of important being as to whether or not the department should purchase the Playfleld. Basing their actions on the mass meeting held re- cently' there are probably not enough people concerned to warrant three o'clock, was followed by a din- ner. The afternoon was spent in danc- ing, with the music furnished by the Misses Poll and Dan Poli of Rent0n. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mike $ountry. It was originally organized whic-, the work will be started. With- in the Fox River country of Wiscon- in a ,~veek or so two investigators will sin and Illinois and is now nationwide be sent here by the state to judge in its operations, the conditions of "all given work, and Many Branches |n Northwest all applications thereafter will be "The company has branches in the governed~ by the findings of this northwest at Lynden, Bellingham, committee. The program will be Issaquah, Snohomish, Arlington and in direct charge of Messrs. Brown Ferndale. Their main northwest office and Shannon of Renton, and Mrs. is at Seattle, where they have a feed Lindman, with the Issaquah central mill. They also have their own poul- eordmittee acting in an advisory ca- try farm at Everson, where they have paci~:y• 18,000 laying hens. Arrangements will be nfade to take" "Here the principal business will care of widows and indigents, but be the selling of feed and buying of no able-bodied man will be given help eggs. They Will also handle butter, without work cheese and associated products .... " ........ • ~x man ~o oe ellgl~le ~o recewe "Mr Barager says they will have trucks for pickup and delivery serv- of~tt(e:~y-~or-six m-ontl~s and-th'e ~ce, and come to Auburn with the ex- - - - • • . , • sm~e ior a year. peetatxon of hawng as ~arge a pmn~ • . . ,, The communities of Preston and here as any m this terr]toy • " High Point have withdrawn from this district and have cast the~- lot with Income Tax Assistant the North Bend districL w~ieh may In Issaquah One Day mean that much more work to be I given out here. A deputy collector of internal rev- enue will be at the postoffice or hotel] Stockholders Re-Elect Monday, February 20, to assist tax- I Grange Merc. Directors payers in preparing their income taxI returns. There is no charge for this, The annual ~g of the stock service. Taxpayers are invited to holds-- -f "h ....... "" bring data with them so that the col- Asso"c?atmn =:s ~d~?ga; t~ee~::nt= lector may complete the return. Or, hall Monday forenoon he will give such information as is needed for the taxpayer to make his own return. The taxpayer's return should be made out not later than March 15th with Collector Burns Poe in the post- office building in Tacoma. If your net income is $1,000 or Krall, Mrs. Katherine Pilot, Miss Hel- over, or your gross income is $5,000 en Krall and Andrew Krall of Kelso; or over, and you are single or not Mr. and Mrs. Louis Podkranic and living with your wife or husband, family of Enumclaw; Mr. and Mrs. you are required to file a return. If Bud Elder and Ed Somek of Black married and living with husband or Retiring members of the board of directors were C. W. Peters, A. V. Howell and Andrew Thompson. All three were re-elected for a term of three years. A complete report was made by Eisworth Pickering, manager, of the business of the association for the past year, which was considered a favorable ~ showing under present conditions• ROAD WORK HELD tiP cept it. You can't run a newspaper with an editorial conference, or run a government with a conference of Governors. There is no substitute for ideas and will power, in the indiv- idual. * * * Political talk and prophecy deals largely with inflation• You hear solemn men say, as does Mr. Rainey of Illinois, "infla- tion of some kind seems inevitable.~r' "Inflation" in the usual sense of the word, blowing up and inflating one dollar until it becomes ten or a thousand dollars, is not inevitable, and would be stupid folly. To say we must not discuss "any ~noney not protected by a gold base" is foolish, if you take "gold base" literally. * * * There are now outstanding more than twenty thousand million dollars worth of ~Jnited States government bonds, printed on beautiful yellow Paper, all "payable in gold•" And there does not exist in all the world twenty thousand million dollars heating of poultry houses to preven~ wet litter, and the feeding of baby chicks, of much interest to poul- try raisers• He showed by charts, the general annual variations in the val- ue of eggs at different times of the year and told how hens could be brought into their laying peak when eggs are at high price, instead of at low tide, as at present, a condition that would go far toward carrying the poultryman over the present con- dition of dwarfed profits• Sour Cherry Pruning Near Renton Thursday The State College will assist Coun- ty Agent Lovett in the holding of a pruning demonstratio~ on young sour cherries on the farm o£ J. E. Idd- ings, 1 mile north of Panther Lake school house and ~-mile w~st of paving on the O'Brien•road. Cherry trees one and two years old will be pruned and methods of pruning older trees discussed and demonstrated• The demonstration Will tak~ place at 9:30 a.m., Thursday, Febrtmry 23rd. All fruit growers of the coun- ty who are interested are invited to worth of gold. Our savings bank depositors are entitled to payment of their depos- its in gold and in the whole world there isn't one-quarter enough gold to pay the savings bank depositors, attend this important demonstration, its purchase. However, the depart- Diamond; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krall wife, and your net income is $2,500 Bill Trigg announces that owing No gold, but sound credit, is t;he _- ment authorized Remo Castagno, and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mike or over, you are required to make to a breakdown of tl~e county gravel foundation of value• MEMBERS OF STATION KVI George Reini and Jim E. Watkins Lazor and sons of Hobart; Mrs. proper report, bunLers and the ~continued cold wea- * * * I WiLL GIVE SPECIAL SERVICE to continue investigating various or- Chernick and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ' ther, no attempt has been made at • The Georgia Real Estate Loan Asso-i ganizations and business concerns in Sedlacek and son and Mrs. Selawich Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Groves and any road work this week, aside from elation, including fifteen of the larg-1' On Friday evening, February 17, that regard, of Renton; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sore- family of Seattle were dinner guests sanding some icy slopes on gravel est life insurance companies doing la special service will be held st the The department wishes to call ate sak and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Alex- roads. ~ business in Georgia, has declared a[home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bonnar tention to th~ dance they are giving Somsak and family, Mr. and Mrs. ander. SILVER TEA THURSDAY moratorium on all Georgia farm[by Mr. and Mrs Hagman of radio February 25, honoring Washington- Smith~ Jack Elves and grandson mortgages, unless the farmer has!station KVI, Tacoma. ton's birthday. Judging from advance Brownie, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ose- ful and useful gifts. They left Tu~s- The Ladies' Aid announces a silver abandoned his farm. I All who wish to hehr these singers sales, a record crowd will be there, peek, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krall and day for Keiso, where they Will make tea to be held at the home of Mr~ A generous spirit of co-operation are welcome to attend this service, so why not go down and dance to a family, Miss Helen Lapsansky and their home. Their many friends in Walter MeDanold next Thursday, and great good will has been shown Under the management of A. Gal- great dance band, on a good floor Alolph Muich of Issaquah. Issaquah wish for them a very suc- Feb"uary 23, at 2:00 o'clock. All are (Continued on page 2, col 3)braith, and with a peppy crowd. " The couple received many beauti- cessful and happy future, cordially invited to attend. ~- . u I FI imln U ~ n qnmau n in . By Osbovnm . * • '" THE FEATHERHEADS ,.................... Sparing Her Feelings ! ] , . ).r/ G. ! II You /I I!VllmY OTHer. -"-D ,= ow WH T av LOu. [ [ I \ F: ts ( L:. 7 / II /7" II "*= sr=L - • , "-"" MOF:t 'AI/ I " 1"O '-'- H V I / i