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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS! ISSAQUAH, KING CO.,WASHINGTON i i { ........................................................... 0 (tJ I Garden Club High School 0 o Twenty-five members and friem;s ............. iof the Garden Club met with Mrs. L. Over 25 high school students turn-,'points, or a 95-100 grade; "B", 3~--'I[eretofore only two days have li' Smart for one o'ch!ck luncheon ed out for track Monday during theI points or an 88-94 grade; "C", 2"been given fro' spying vacation, gvn-~ yesterday. S. Tiffany and W. A. sixth period, under their new coach, points, or an 80-87 grade; "l)",t orally the Thuv:~day and Fivday be- Mr Ho att Since filst eriodwas point, or 't 75-7q grade; 'tl~ "l)-l",Ifove Ea~te' Easter f~lls ol AprnSlurrck served hot breads maoci gg " P .... 4 .... ~t'rom Stonc Buhr flour. Mr. SlurvocK[m changed to sixth, many more students' (minus one point), or a 7(1-74 gradc, j 16, during the time of ~acation. ! have turned out. The Sophomores hold the record[ Most of the tecabev> al'e goin~:~ entertained with character readings. Mrs. Johns won the prize for bcs~!E Mr. Hoggatt immediately put the lthi~, . S-weeks' period fro' the number lhonm, i duvin~ this time and . many or bowl of flowers. ! boys to work and told them that they of students on the honor Roll with i the students have been talking about; Next month the Garden Club will i must work hard in order to get mill. The Seniors came next with 10,1spending their vacati(,ns away :fron, lvisit the Newell Gardens on LakeI I home. One is ~zoing to Portland, an-]Washington. Date to be trim for the S. V. I. A. meet here In then the Freshmen with 7, foilwetS, announce(! a few weeks, tie helped each stu- by the Juniors with 6. Seven stu-[other to Vancouver, B. C., another later. dent to his particular job and toId ldents received a straigth "A" aver. !one to Spokane, some to Seattle, and him the best way to do it. ManyI age These were Orrin Cowles and at least one is going to slay. home an0. i []I new long distance runners were be-i Helen Hendrickson, Seniors; EL-n plant his garden, m ing developed as well as the sprint-[ Peterson and Ragnhild Zingmark, i era, jumpers, and weight men. Bad!Juniors; Juanita Barker, Sol)homorei! Baseball Tomorrow [] weather has set the squad back a few]Edward Cowles and Edna Cowlcs, I The high school boys' baseball notches, but Mr. Hoggatt expects to! Freshmen. team will play Lhciv first schedule have them in the best condition byI Vacation Next Week g m~e a~ainst Meridian on their home the time of the the first meet. I No school will be held next week, i due to the fact that the legislature In order to be placed on the honor lshortened the school term by tw. roll a student must receive an aver-lweeks, and instead of dismissal on age nf "3.00" points or a total of 12J June 1, one week of vacation will be I points "if taking four subjects, and given from April 10 to 17, and school] Ote Petcrson, pitcher; Tyner Thomas, i . without a "C" grade. An "A", 4twill dismiss June 8. !first base; Dan Dawes, second basej bl Arthur Brisbane (Continued from first page) for babies. Houses, cribs, bedding, sums in cash, many inducements at- tract "first 10 brides and grooms", and the "first 10 babes," etc. Thanks to Hiram Johnson of Cali- fornia, there are bills before Cong- ress to protect American investor.~ from "get rich quick" finance that has sold worthless foreign bonds In the United States If you read this column, you know that it has been warning Americans for years against buying foreign bonds without know- THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1933. pecials on 0 BUT BIGGER MUSCLES AND BETTER HEALTH ARE TO BE FOUND IN EATING OUR QUALITY FOODS; SOLD AT MOST REASONABLE PRICES ALWAYS. LB. SACK SNOW LIKE BRAND -- GUARANTEED MILLED BY CENTENNIAL MILLS SCHOOL BOY BRAND HEALTHFUL AND ECONOMICAL LB JAR THE PERFECT SHORTENING FOR YOUR FINEST COOKING AND BAKING Best Foods Gold Medal Completes an excellent salad PINT JAR Granulated Condensed Soap Safe for Finest Fabrics LARGE PACKAGE i f PLAIN OR FOR IODIZED FULL 2-LB. SHAKERS DURKEE'S FAMOUS BRAND TESTED AND APPROVED 2-OZ. CANS I II I L OILET POST'S BRAND I HEALTHY TASTY DRINK I W ASSORTED FLAVORS Mission Bell or Whito King PKGS. LB. CAN PKGS BARS Yours For A Good Morning ATION A vitalizing hot cereal to Help the Youngsters !'Up Growth Hill" LARGE NO-PREMIUM PACKAGE FRESH ROASTED FRESH GROUND lb. SOAP CHIPS "INSTANT SUDS" LARGE PKG. FULL CREAM MEDIUM MILD I MALT QUALITY SUPREME II CANS--MEDIUM RED PUGET SOUND PACK lb. L.4 CAN CANS ii I I I I I ANSWER TO LAST WEEK'S AD---THE FIRST SHOT WAS FIRED AT WESTMINSTER, VT., ON THE NIGHT OF MARCH 13, 1776. I I I --EVERYTHING IN--- WINESAPS PER BOX PER LB. TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE, PLUS 1 CENT! | Here are but three of the more than 350 items offer- | ed at GREAT SAVINGS (luring this sale . i 50c KLENZO DENTAL CREAM ........ 2 for 51 | 25c PURETEST ASPIRIN .............. 2 for 26e | 50c DUSKA FACE POWDER .......... 2 for 51 | 678 | The Rexall Drug Store | ing about them. -- .......... Reaiiy-"Jazz"~- ........ i ........;nd--Vice Versa Haram Johnson's bill will eompm An etlmologist reports that the so- ] As a rule, the men who could say international finance that gets It, called gypsy music of Ihmg,try is not I the most interesting things do the least " rake off" on these bonds, to letI truly Hung~wian nor truly gyi;s.v, but i talklng.--Toledo P, lade. our government and investors know corresponds somewhat to American !- .......... : ........... . . i -- what zt as that they are selhng, be-[ Jazz. FRATERNAL ORDERS fore they can be allowed to distribute l ......................... ' ............................. .,.-~ ~ ....., ... ,, . [ Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Real,MYRTLE LODGE No. 108, F. & A. ......... geu secum~les nero. ) Shezif:~'s Offf:etat~tate f M. Meets first Saturday in each " , o Wash- - l~[/'~DI7 I"llIl~Ir, ll tin'on County of Kin~ ss month. Ernest J. Lzndman, W. M.; ..v.~*.. ~.,,,.~.~t~.,*.-o- ,. ,, ~" " Thus F Drylie, Seey ,~--~:-- -~ ..... By wrtue of an order of sale issued hom,e~,O,N:,U:u, xrom x,rs~ paget out of the Honorable Superior Cour~ ...................... ~ner applications were of King County, on the 14th day of CENTURY CHAPTER No. 66. O. E. those desiring it after the lecture. March, 1933, by the clerk thereof in S. Meets second and fourth Wed- received and after considerable dis- the case of Annie J. Adams, Plain- nesday in Masonic hall Hazel Ek, tiff, versus H. R. Christy, Edward W. M., Minnie Schomber, Secy. cussion the Mayor suggested the ma~- M. Manning and Margaret M. Man- ter be left for consideration by the ning, his wife; D. I. Burkhart and G~O~~ 0~-~. council in executive session a week Algie B. Burkhart, his wife; and the Meets every Friday evening. The. later. The council, however, thought Western Loan & Building Company, some action should be put under way to legalize the sale of the beverage, and discussions were on as to permits and licenses and modes of sale. The ordinance covering the sale as ad- opted in Renton was read, as was al- so the Seattle ordinance. Council- man Auguston exhibited a short ac- count of the manner of handling to be adopted in Tacoma, with the city handling it and distributing to the dealers through a central agency, and the collection of a percentage on the sales in lieu of licenses. He receiv- ed no support, however, on this plan for Issaquah. After considerable discussion,. Councilman McQuade moved that the Renton ordinance be adopted, amended by articles' 3 and 14 of the Seattle ordinance. The motion carried with four votes. Councilman Auguston declining to vote, owing to his preference to the Tacoma plan. Mayor Alexander called a special meeting for April 12 to discuss the proposition before it comes up for further reading. The Mayor suggested the comm~t- tee on sanitation look after having the alleys and backyards cleaned up, and hoped to see work given .to those desiring to work out their water rent when unable to pay it in cash. ST JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. Father Carey, Pastor Services the first Sunday of each month at 8:30 a.m. All other Sun- days at 10:00 a.m. Cateshism every Saturday afternoon at 1:30 for the children. , , , r John Castagno, shortstop; Harold Stonebridge, third base; Orrin Cowles [ in right field; Vincent Nelson in cen-[ ter field; Leonard Hogan, left field.[ The fa~ that this is the first base- ball game to be played this year in Issaquah, as well as being a schedule~ game, should encourage everyone to come out and support the Indians. IT PAYS---To read and use Is. saquah Press want ads. i Including . MACHINE WORK I=. Cedarholm FRONT STREET One-half block south of Highway Issaqmih a corporation, Defendants. No. 253583, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered: i Notice is hereby given That I will :proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for i Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At Ten l o'Clock A. M. on the 29th day of i April, 1933, before the Court House door of King County, Jefferson Street entrance, at Seattle, in the State of Washington, the following described property, situated in King Kinnune, N. G.; L. H. Smart, Secy. 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. O. O. F.Meets every second Sat- urday at Issaquah and every fourth Thursday at Redmond Visiting Pa. triarchs welcome. R. G. MoKee, C. County, State of Washington, to-wit: P.; E. J. Lindman, Scribe. West 48 feet of lot seven (7) in ISSAQUAH VALLEY GRANGE No. block eleven (11), Supplementary 581. Meets second and fourth Mon- Plat of Edes and Knights Addition day of each month, 8 p.m., Grange to the City of Seattle, according to Hall. W.V. Bradley, Master, Mrs. C. plat thereof recorded in Volume 2 of L. Olson, Secy.. Plats, page 194, records of said coun ...................................... tYLevied: on as the property of all of the said defendants herein, to satis- fy a judgment of a foreclosure of a mortgage amounting to Two Thou~- ,and Two Hundred and null00 ($2,200.00) Dollars, attorney's fees of $150.00, $20.30 paid for insur- ance, the cost of suit and interest in favor of plaintiff. I Dated this 15th day of March, 1933. " I Claude G. Bannick, Sheriff, by L. E. Anderson, Deputy 3-23 4-20 D. W. HUME BARBER SHOP Cleanliness, Civility Good Workmanship SHOWER BATHS FRONT ST., ISSAQUAH I I~G~INE a,UB$ Don't wait another mlnutel Never before and I~rhaps never spin, can these woadm|ul ms~zlnes b* obt, ln~J with yow home news. roper st such prices. 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