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THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 19~ THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, lSgAQUAH, KINg CO., WASBINGTON PAGE THREE ii I"1 I if[i I r)'lnili I~i~ "" "i r~imh'ir~-- ii I ...... I ' -- ---- .......................... ...... __ ................ at . n t'~ Igarding the ~roject We wonder wh ......................... ~ ...................... rtOW ~OOUI raving un t v ~] ll~][l}n-" Ifn'PIItll I~ 1no primary aim el tne political ............... ,.... ,.. ...... 4 The late legislature left so little |U~JI~ aLIIUIL LLOo scientist," Dr Martin declared, "Is | I.V. ! A O A L I H L A R L Redmond-lssaquah Road funds for road eonstrutcion that butI O~|Ili~TJ l~' hl~.UlMn!t produce a good citizen, to disc ssJI .... z:30 P. M...... About two month~ "t*o "renounce ]llt!le ne~v work can be handled this] ~lUl/l li~ Ur.lIl l l/!and .explain his relation to .the com-[I ..... ~-IIiJ~A-~,--MA-R-(iH--i-6~5-~ .... ~ . . -IYeal lnis paiticuiar piece ot paving] ~_ Imumty, the commonwealth, the]n ,~ssrr. a*tra*amv~9 raent was made that an "qq)roprlatlonlis very iml)ortant to this part of the lD_n:t:__t -:e-t:-" of t rnlversit-" ~ite-I country and the international corn-II 11"11~ I1UI~ I111 of $40,000 lind been m'lde for pavinglcountry and it might be in order to[ Newest Trends In Government-}munity. II (B,,is Karh if) this season (,n the east .~i( c of l.ake look into the nmtter to see that the Chan e Must Be Rooted to Ac' Old Orders Fading Toy Parade Taxi Comedy Sammamish, on the Issa(luah- Red-I work is not forgotten cumulated Experiences ~ About politics he seeks to find mend .... ,t ................. I ~ It tRIDAR-SATURDAY, MARCH 17-18--2oc s ...... omce unat tln]C ~net'e[ ~ I ----- tthe truth. Of candidates for public} ,6IIIAr~V'V T"~L"~rWlO~,, eems to have been no act v tiy re-IFire Department dance Saturday , ....L--..--~., ----2 ....... :----t ~ ....... 11 L,O~,I~I OlmVln-O __ " ~e~ ~.ouga~ ~.u mo~e acLmnlomce ne oemanas a pnnosopny oI]I (Bill Boyd, Rosc.)e Ares) I I seems to be the new American atti-]government which will give him qual-{I Nexus I ouis Fazend'~ Com(,d Baron Munehausen IIIIIIIBIIIIIIIZIIIIII|mlmII~I~IIIIIIBIInIIIIIIUII|B~/tude toward government, Charles E. J ities of statesmanship so he will op-/I '" ._ ~ ~ .... . " i ..... -. ~.- I m/Martm, professor of poht,cal sc,ence,/pose folly of ~;evern,nent. Of legis-/I SUNI)AY and MONI)AY, MARCtI 19-20--25c N ~ ~ ~ ~ I][~ ]~ ~ ~ ~ ~--~ ~ ~i~ ldeclared in an address in Seattle this~lative pro-~'am:; he demands sound-/I "SON DAUGHTER" II ~!~ )1~1~ ~ ~ )L~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~'~ ~_~ Ilweek, ]nes.~ in theory., for anything theoret-II ,t~ ...... ~c ............ I - []l The common citizen would like to ically unsound will be unworkable' Xrews Kl"z ..... ' ...... ":Sc(~'~(""(aur ......................... , be reneve{l oI ~ne Joe oi making up in practice . | /~'-'/.~ .... k~. .... _~,~ ihis miad on governmental problems. I "T|me, technology and creative-II WEDNESDAY TIIURSDAY MARCH 02 23 25c m ,' . ( ' '~ ~3~.~ NI He also insists that someone do hess are bringing constant chan e in l I "LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE" i .... ~ ':'. " ~- ~-~ ~lsomething about everything, and do l political ideas. Nationalism, impegrial-I I ................ I ~~~!~ Fit immediately, Dr Martin declared, lsm and equality of commercial oIn ,+~ I ' ' " t ~ P m i Duck llunte~sPara(hse Footbal, Footwork ..... ~, ...~,.. I ~~~ ~j~ l]eiting the popular approval of Pres- portunity have displaced soverignty,[I Rio the Magnificent | ~~ .~J~]i!~ IIident Roosevelt's recent vigorous ac-liberty and equality of men. II I 72 !Ii) /tlon in support of his statement. I "Old forms of government are]m -~ ~i~l~!!~. N I Sh,,4. 1. W ..... 1.! l yielding to economic and social real-~- , I -~~~~..~ I I l it,es. Canada, a member of the Brlt-, ........... I II ~ I_ I t I I ~~~:~3~ I I Public apathy and the activities/ish Empire, is also a soverign and l HIGH POINT I I~I ~l I ~~~ ~~ : of special interests have broughtlindependent state:Voters stil1 deter,t .............. ~YI II~O I ~~:~:~-~'_ IIJabout another signifieent ehange in mine governmental policy but onlyI Mr. S. Tallman Mrs Gladys John- _ .... I : I our government which has lessened the -ualified may administer these]son and Mrs A1 Sundquist journey- FRIDAY- SATURDAY | P tpohczes. The Kellogg pact hasted to Monroe Thursday to visit with --SPECIALS-- I ...... t -~ .... : ........ ---~'~ the re resentative character of our[ '~ " I, I A~,,+,~,,~,+ T-T,,,-1 iI~/law-making bodies and has increasedlehanged wholly our attitude toward Mrs. G. Walberg. 1~- { ~o~a~~~:intA~Pr;rtm:e~:eHa~te~ {[~:ni!~nul!ili'ti~i~:t~xth~i;i!J:D!ilh~'~i~iII1!} I i .I Hotel Rooms with Bath from $1.50 Single, $2.00 Double ]not necessarily nrogress, the sneaker " [ " ' ~ "y ' g" I I I I i " r ~ , . ! W thout Bath from $1.00 Single, $1.50 Double. /outlined the complexities of --odern ............... / Mr. and Mrs. G. Grundquist of Se- I :~ I ~o-/(..~ .K~ ~l~l | Completely Furnished Apartment with Hotel Service, from ~l[government and stressed the" neces MORE ABOUT BANK lame spent Saturday at the Ed O1- I m l $2.50 Single. $3.00 Double .... {Isity for understanding these complex" " (From first page) Ison home. , I ~ {i~~{~]I ! Low weekly and monthl~ rates l lities. A proper understanding can . , -- ] Mr. and Mrs. John Halverson were I --} IR\~.~~-'IwI~/!~lI " - - " I| ..... ~,,,,+ ..h. +h ..... h +1,o o~,,-+~ lmmectiate present at least, and anY idinner #uests at Mr and Mrs l~il I I ,.~ ............... ~ ...... ~ ............. changes will be subject to its super ~ , ....... " " ~ I.a ,,y ,, of political science in charting the ....... , ding Halverson shome in Seattle~ 0 OU WILL LIKE THE CLAREMONT I] ......... i~i .... nC I_ i FOURTH AT Vln'~'~''* ~..-~-.~. ............ {courses oI events anu stuay by tne .., " ....... {bu my. I C~ I l~W~a'~l~l~,n b'/~||I~e2~l ~J . aua~,aa or~Ptlll~r~, W/-~IrlII~I~aIUDI l} .... ~ -# *L .... ~r*-~ *re-ds he be ~ne bank wishes to use all possiblet _ . I -- Ik~.'.a~IJL~U ~t.~'..~2~l ~=~ i/Veolal= O~- b[le~ ~11~ b~U b 11, " _- , _ , ........ Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson and I I,? I ~_~'~,,**~*"~]1 IIIlIlnIlIIIIIlnnnlllnnnlllmnllillilllllllillllillli|lieves meznocts I;o :tacnlr.al;e zne transaction ],,~n,, , T ...... h ...... ~ ...o x~o,. I / " of business in the eomnmnity, will ~'~':'"'Y ...... "1 .................. .......... fill I I " iiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiIiiiiiiiiiIiIiiiiiIiiIiIiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiIiiiIiiiiIiiiiliI .b: oglutdoTt:nke:ohdbg:nZShn3hh:kS1 bi:t:;a;tpahrt;, home Sunday wltha Happy Home Gldn Bantam 1 to bridge over I~he gaps until it ~{ Nels Hjort left Sunday for the St. CORN can I IIlIIlIlnIlIIIIIIIIIIIlIlIIlIlllllllilllIllliIIIIIIII --O..--i. e e economlc e 1S way tO get ua ,rent or to TELEPHONE 332 I I II I I I I possible to operate on a broade~ Paul Logging Co. near Tacoma, where basis, he has secured employment. Mr and Mrs Harry Anderson el" MORE ABOUT KIWANIS i ' r " (Continued from first page) 0 ympia we e dinner guests at the Henry Fosse home Sunday. President Wold reminded the mere- The Young People's Society of High bers that Issaquah was to take the Point conducted a meeting at Pasco bell to Snoqualmie tomorrow Upper Preston under the ldadership and asked all to attend who could, of Gut Bostrom, Tuesday evening.. Annocuncement was made that the Many local people attended. club was working to have Joe Nei- Mr. and Mrs. H. Fosse, Mrs. M. vinski come out to talk to those in- Erickson a~d Mrs. John Halverson terested in answering questionnaire~Icalled on Mrs. Nels Nelson Monday. in connections with their income tax ................... -- ...... reports. In Probate, No. $~838, Notle. To Cr~litors In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for King County. In the matter of the estate of Frank Appelskog', deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as e2zecutor of the estate I of Frank Appelskog, deceased; that ~all persons having claims against the said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said executor or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with tbe Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication, March 2, 1933. Gust Henrlkaon, executor of said estate, address Rt. A, Box 56 B., Issaquah, Washington. Elder & Niovin~kl, attorneys for estate, 705 Dexter Hereon Bldg., Se- attle, Washington. 3-2-16 Seattle.lssaquah.Easton EXPRESS (minimum) Commutation Rat s Effective March 1 to May 31 Good for 30 days Round Trip Rates ........ $1.20 One Way ........................ 90 HOBART John Lundberg and son Clarence went to Seattle Sunday evening to visit Mrs. Lundberg at the Columbus Hospital. Mrs. Martin Anderson, who has been caring for her mother in Bal-1 lard, spent the week-end here. ] A senSe r play, "Mummy of the[ Mumps," will be presented at the Ta- hems high school auditorium on the twenty-fourth of March. I Oscar (Raspberry) Johnson is ex-/ pected home from hospital sometime/ this week. He had been laid up fo~/ a month due to an accident in the North Bend woods. Chester and tenure Anderson o~ Seattle spent the week-end at home. Sylvia Aikari and Mrs. Wallace Scott visited Ida Mattila Sunday. Brs. Carl Anderson visited her sis- i ter Antonia in Seattle recently, George Fish and family visited Fish over the week-end. a North Bend Stage Line, Inc. IT PAYS---To read and use Is: saquah Press want ads. , =, Happy Home PEAS " Happy Home STRING BEANS " ',ial for Happy Home SPINACH " Happy Home " HOMINY " Happy Home SWEET POTATOES " Happy Home PEARS 9, Happy Home APRICOTS Happy Home PEACHES " Happy Home PINEAPPLE " Happy Home GRAPE FRUIT Happy Home(Ige. glass jar) PEANUT BUTTER Happy Home (large jar) Str .wb'y Preservel .... Hapvy Home (3 pkgs,) Gloss STARCH .......... Johns' --- Home- Owned Store--- Suit Cleaned and Pressed AND Cleaned and Blocked FOR ONLY LEAVE ORDERS AT HUME'S BARBER SHOP SERVICE LAUNDRY