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..THURSDAy, APRIL 9. 1931 THE lSSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON "-----''"'''"LYc'---lemenclmbig'phneles'"'kBuildi HO 170 (Continued from page 1) at vb," ng me r think I never drove before, PAGE FIVE A PREMIUM GASOLINE AT NO INCREASE IN PRICE General Ifth,siso'tooosfordivorce -,-,- Hi way Care " we don"t know our coffee. An east- Mr. Stevens, teacher in the " ,-' BLAcK$iTH elm paper, in telling of a wedding, an-high school journalism class at ! = " nounced that the groom was a collec-' the high school, reports one of New building, across from tor of antiques, his students spelled pneumatic city hall, should be finish- --t--t-- 'newmatie' because the 'k' on ed within next month. Including what happened to MacTavish did- the keyboard wasn't working. MACHINE WORK .'t become known until after his fu- --T--t-- G.Y. Baker is building a new neeal, w{hen an inquiring reporter John Holmes: "! miss the old home for his Hi-way Cafe. He has i learned that the Scotchman had been cuspidor since it's gone." leased ground just across the fail- 'ill told he could have hi. pants prsed Charlie Clark: "You mis.ed it be-road track from his present and,, Cedarholm informant had neglected to tell him --t t--  The building when completed will t.. to first remove his pauts. A house-to-house solicitor says he be 30x36, with a thirty-foot glass l FRO REET A woman who thinks no man is words he uses when a woman comescity hall. The main dining hall will good enough for her may be right to the door---- "Miss, is your mother be 30x20, with booths at the front , but more often she is left. in?" windows and two lunch counters back HELLO, LONDON "S .... tandd Gohne Is such an ira- -t-t- --t--t-- of the booths. The kitchen will be at HE/.JO, MAMA". The world is provement- in every way a new block south of Talk about a tough break. Then there was the colored man the rear in the center, with rooms truly your% by telepb.one. Year after and finer motor fuel-with all the How about the woman who tried who, after alighting from the plane, on either side, providing aeeomoda- year improvements in communica- skill and capacity that 3 year of tions for the family. 1 tionandtransportation_refinements Standard Oil Company refining ex- Issaquah ailmentt cure byher*elfreadingf aandailyimaginarYhealth i "WhatthankedaretheyouPilttMkiugfr theabout,,,two rides.ask. The work is being done by Bill you perhaps haven't considered en perience represents. On sale every- talk really becoming ill, suffer- ed the aviator. "You only had one." Day and is to be finished by the lab- possible--continue, where. ter part of next month. Mr. Baker's ing from a typographical error. No, sub," returned the passenger, !"Ah had two--mah fuss an" mah last." lease on the property he now occu- pies expires June 1. He has a 5-year Paul Wilfo t --t--';'-- . . tt 1 ! " holiday wi, . - ] .... *--- ;,-hwa., and saw several i A backwoods mountaineer one day ease on tne Jmson property, wits I --/'"/'-g Izl /'/--I __ ,  o o,s p,ren,. , ....... . ...,.. - op,ion for extension i 777/4YzTW ! //7r'/,, h.. : : . : The building will be a marked ty'/ f/t/L-4///'/ (t/// './j/{.///''J// "J I |mzm,,,,,m,mm, []HjmH]WWHmmmWWWW[HuW]jj]]HjjWj[]]]H]]WjWjjj]j]HHni7rpsr.m:hnet C:;:, tha:::Teteq;a:ii  / ! gfthe town. I AT STANDARD STATIoNs, INC., AN 1, RED WHITE AND "  IIIIIIIIlllll ...... I fl h A L  P  n lPll  A IL Jll O [ lfound a mirror a tourist had left IllllJlllllllllllllllllll ............. t l[ IIIJ A IILIlill- Ikln"ill ",1 Illll r - -.oH. ,f .t ain't m old man,"-- ... . _ /:""""'Io ---- IJ 00aPK/-qkl00qgL ff ILSLAi "q/ILL --------i: ivdera;nh:elsk:dhia t.: itT::;  00Iate Outlook 2 Local Church News J took.' = by = St dos---'- ,['"-- ,L ^. . o Association  fie took the mirror home and 8tolei.  R. M. Turner and Robert Cowan Rev. Father Carey, Pastor O--' , Services the first Sunday of each ' into the attic to hide it. But his ae- Both of the Washington State --imonth at 8:30 a.m. All other Sun- e 552 We Deliver  tions did'nt escape his suspicious College Extension Service -'- --------i wife. That night while he slept she-'llllllllltlllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllillllllF, days at I0:00 a.m. Catechism every ----;slipped up to the attic and found the i .PLOW GARDEN EARLY HIHllmmImmIIlllllmllllliH  Saturday afternoon at 1:30 far the mirror, l "Hum-urn," she said, looking into! FOR GOOD SEED BED i children" gDecials [or mit, "so that's the old hag he's beent i COMMUNITY CHU;CH !ehasin' around with." I Early plowing of the gardenl Reverend Whittier, secretary of THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ----- ,'makes. for an ideal, bed by makmg younf people's work in Seattle, will , .... l avadable the maximum amou = Woman,. .dt aln t, white ...... male in plant" food,- bringing about nt of preach both mornin and evening _dat bottlMt am psuto watan, xo fiei " a bene- and assist will all services of the day. Arii 9: I 0: I I ---- hip', ,..na drink, .. ,0' :" a, eomp=tn.s, of the sol and - helping in *he control of weeds. Tho NEW i boy, 1 ain't swish do nothin' first day the garden is dry enough to """......,,,,,.....,.,.'"'"""""'""'-"""""'""'"'"'""'"""'""'""""""""""""""""'-I-,,:Y? YORK WOMAN LOST -- ray- no-- cn:-'e crumble or break up readily is the |' 0U[]S OF- FAr ehe _- "Yet yo' is, hone,; deed yo' ir' day to plow. -------_ S i MORE ABOUT COUNCIL MEET To maintain the proper amount One 85 Cent Bottle of of plant food in the soil, fertilizem No 2i Cans id  A 'Blue Rose' Brand 1-- (Continued from page 1) Kruschen Salts Did it 'Ha " ' ----  -  must be a lie ' -------- Ca.. appy Home Brand --K -- :! ........... Zg --1 ..... Pp d to supply deficient! _ ", rR ltll  V ruuu r ................................... v  enorm fund I elements and the soil ...... "I am startin.- on ........ : k ...................................... -- ,  r tus. De Kept. ' g Hly secona DOttle . . " 5 [; Shr.e.tt'..attrney ":7$ 250"00iin aphysieal condition favorable tol[eaK(iuschen Sa!ts and am real : tk 11 --"  el _ mille __..,taramer, t, aramer & Fraser the bacterial life whiO, --.... ----"i wnn resu. I take it for = J Engineers .  2 ! " . ,, ,:, .... v,anL eoucmg aria so Iar have lost 14 oalnlon - 10llet 1 Issue =!Gardiner "" ''" ..... V=:":-" 16.3 food available. Commercml fertiliz-poun v and I think it is doing won- -- . [m__  , aromer , rmner ,to;.4 ers are usuall a " . .  lers or me. I d " d A G. - 'Waldo.,' Brand ., Grade --  Coluccio ontr ....... ,0. : . y !pl,od after plow ove.iog. hon o n%2o,2:o i=e L- 9gtlll = IIL. --- .... ,.e tor 5 7 58!rag and -orked well mto the soflt work." g om __ NS FOR .... '11 PER ROLL ,--',  i::G.a:n:,[;;e r k ........... ] i.i}, !i!::]t: 7 :Uldr b e!? r ;epl:L?:ly wr?rd I Stffs i!u{ ?ot:ls of 2 h ! ln CANe .^_ ln]l  PER PACKAGE llJlll[lllt  ..... " ................. _ .| . Y a shallow rooted[;? .y --go light on potatoes, I,  ..... ruK ...................................... igg ---- ...............................  1. l)ryite, treasurer ............ lO.O0]erol and especially the maorit., oPu [er' eregm and sugar--that will i  : ............. M Andv Castle labor 32 00 }rd ......... .__ _ . -  - ne/p ruselen take off your :fat i" "" ---- a -- " "--- - J: "" r is'c l .............. ""'| .... -,- require a cermam I , Befj>re the bottle is erupt snr. i: LID_  - = ,f'.  ....  L. . taa r., oa ................ a.o ieompaetness o the seed bed, for ! plus za is leaving you  inolen I uunch lurnlDS _= ;trlng Deans _-L Wold Co., supplies ...... 258.551their best growth. It is therefore cnanges to activitv.-TYou'll feelmu  t- --- ..... ., A. J. Peters, bonds ....... 14.90 important that the garden be nlow  younger---eyes will brighten--teps . lalo.  ans  . .  r - OW S r ' " i ._ A. = 9 St*ehtl 9KJ =iIssaq uah Pre.% pubheatmn.. 18.15led early enough so that subse ........  .... *P y" Mut!ons Know thm---you ,u,,iougn 1.o Know It KruseBen SaiLs i "IKR*IIUNCH W --- i CANS FOR " LIII  Issaquah Press, publication 15 57 t cultivations will restore the soil roche ideal trea*----'- ....... s ............................................  . "  " ..... mn L xor constipation, i  "i ............ ],[" ......... ,  .................. ---- Issaquah Press, publication.. 20.501a compactness favorable to seed matgestmn, neadaenes, nervousne Potaww00OeS ._. I __ cH .......... =--==::.7.= .......................  . PER SACK ........................................ VVV _A. Willig, salary ...... ]i]]i ........ 60,00 dener to destroy most of the weeds! - _" ,-- 1  ---- .............  ._ u..a;., 1.or 800 before ,qantin his zar a ........ a ..1 . i  g I'_/I r , : ,xl',e_  --T Drylie, treasurer .......... 25.00 the calitivation is repeated two or I _-wramm &   _ . . . aDle byruD = Wlllte Deans =P. Koss, labor ...................... 8.00 three t,mes most of the weeds m the lL.ll_m i ! A = .....  Joe Favm/, labor . 8.00 surfac layer of soft will be destroy-i qF dS   ' e " " 17 qO. m d A A Willig, gas and oil ........... 6.60 ed so that weed control will be a}  q CANS FOR LIII  I POUNDS FOR -]IF A'L Wold Co, supplies 1.70 comparatively simple matter when k ..... =_- ......... " ............... 7,:,,,7 ....... 7 -- John'Carsom iavor ........ :::7:: 4.Oithe garden seeds come in. ! so - Bacon ;HeM1: =t0M:u;:l:e'Rogerson and ThthsewceetttklT PRalv::2ad: two [ Stmial AA - Plenty of Lean AA -- family spent Easter with relatives " qu" " ey a e g " g t gi e! . _ " " : P/,- - --IA _-- "D  Seattle as prizes on 10e tickets. They are TOAKTFR Mg'MTH |:; .- ,t PACKAGE .............. 11 _---- PER POUND - i"V --------1 " * * * ! now on display in the window of the --' 't t;tli'O' ! ' ............. n.vv -- " ....................................  ..... I a ae [ _  --- ' , ' ' "" "  Mrs A. E. Livmg'ton m still con- Eaves Sts, le Shoo.  ?////I//////////// ! __-ifined tr two i heart attack of i i1  Ill  [ L:l --.x..._ , ,-, a ,:: ............ .... ..... ,,A} rYStal Whnte oap - /'runes !. , |nl tIIA  I No. 2,, Can, 1__ ---I Mr and Mrs. Edwin Peterson ofli ................... | I,v ARs OR ................................. 0/1 -- :/ CA,S H;7" "*''i 7"d [0 ----mlSeatt/ were  of *. an  !l "i'h I%%A THFATRF. ' [  ................  ..... ""5 "'" .............. 1C' J" Boyden over the Easter hohday. I H " "" ""'"'-'"'1'"" " ""-=" .u.., !B--- - =I "'" - i llara - i.ULI, II]''b&'" -----'I.__M Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miles andIs / 10c 30 7 30 P M Am = , , i children were guests of frionds in e- A RaM Bnrgain AA --- Frh Creamery Ad _iattleTuesday evening. / [rIUNDS FOR -- ....... - , , 00-ti Thursday, April 9 ................................ VV ----_ PER eovro ...................................... vmv MI Jl ....... "" " = ......  66 99 ._ - . --tl 1/11 "The Great Meadow" "00otfee . -Baking Powder ___--=I[- Get Your-- Ill Children a#d':ud=s-d'm]i:ed"Te: on Thursday h l .... _- .... .... _----/ "3"" ""P"'"  ItS "'nsp--a'ion"l .rt _ read | Cheese =l/ , IIII --msp,rauon .... - |l/. .. !t111 EAast Lynne I =-  " "E " oiled Oats - Seaport Pea ,,w. Save Your ld' " " st Lynn;" : ;,=:,, ;;;;;;a;;, ,,, ,=:,, .,,,,.,,,,,,, , M All Wm.lmu. as, Mat ,.._, _. _ . .... , t__a.- ^..t  e,,a. ==//.';'.2,'.';..,. " !/i "'It Pays to Advertise" I :"00'umm Mne ol ua,uc- auu,,, u. ---I[_ "" " ..... " ........ [[[1[1/ (Norman FosterSkeet Gallagher) [i '""MiMHHMHHHMIt ,,,, ............. ,, ,, ,,,, ,, '1 ..THURSDAy, APRIL 9. 1931 THE lSSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON "-----''"'''"LYc'---lemenclmbig'phneles'"'kBuildi HO 170 (Continued from page 1) at vb," ng me r think I never drove before, PAGE FIVE A PREMIUM GASOLINE AT NO INCREASE IN PRICE General Ifth,siso'tooosfordivorce -,-,- Hi way Care " we don"t know our coffee. An east- Mr. Stevens, teacher in the " ,-' BLAcK$iTH elm paper, in telling of a wedding, an-high school journalism class at ! = " nounced that the groom was a collec-' the high school, reports one of New building, across from tor of antiques, his students spelled pneumatic city hall, should be finish- --t--t-- 'newmatie' because the 'k' on ed within next month. Including what happened to MacTavish did- the keyboard wasn't working. MACHINE WORK .'t become known until after his fu- --T--t-- G.Y. Baker is building a new neeal, w{hen an inquiring reporter John Holmes: "! miss the old home for his Hi-way Cafe. He has i learned that the Scotchman had been cuspidor since it's gone." leased ground just across the fail- 'ill told he could have hi. pants prsed Charlie Clark: "You mis.ed it be-road track from his present and,, Cedarholm informant had neglected to tell him --t t--  The building when completed will t.. to first remove his pauts. A house-to-house solicitor says he be 30x36, with a thirty-foot glass l FRO REET A woman who thinks no man is words he uses when a woman comescity hall. The main dining hall will good enough for her may be right to the door---- "Miss, is your mother be 30x20, with booths at the front , but more often she is left. in?" windows and two lunch counters back HELLO, LONDON "S .... tandd Gohne Is such an ira- -t-t- --t--t-- of the booths. The kitchen will be at HE/.JO, MAMA". The world is provement- in every way a new block south of Talk about a tough break. Then there was the colored man the rear in the center, with rooms truly your% by telepb.one. Year after and finer motor fuel-with all the How about the woman who tried who, after alighting from the plane, on either side, providing aeeomoda- year improvements in communica- skill and capacity that 3 year of tions for the family. 1 tionandtransportation_refinements Standard Oil Company refining ex- Issaquah ailmentt cure byher*elfreadingf aandailyimaginarYhealth i "WhatthankedaretheyouPilttMkiugfr theabout,,,two rides.ask. The work is being done by Bill you perhaps haven't considered en perience represents. On sale every- talk really becoming ill, suffer- ed the aviator. "You only had one." Day and is to be finished by the lab- possible--continue, where. ter part of next month. Mr. Baker's ing from a typographical error. No, sub," returned the passenger, !"Ah had two--mah fuss an" mah last." lease on the property he now occu- pies expires June 1. He has a 5-year Paul Wilfo t --t--';'-- . . tt 1 ! " holiday wi, . - ] .... *--- ;,-hwa., and saw several i A backwoods mountaineer one day ease on tne Jmson property, wits I --/'"/'-g Izl /'/--I __ ,  o o,s p,ren,. , ....... . ...,.. - op,ion for extension i 777/4YzTW ! //7r'/,, h.. : : . : The building will be a marked ty'/ f/t/L-4///'/ (t/// './j/{.///''J// "J I |mzm,,,,,m,mm, []HjmH]WWHmmmWWWW[HuW]jj]]HjjWj[]]]H]]WjWjjj]j]HHni7rpsr.m:hnet C:;:, tha:::Teteq;a:ii  / ! gfthe town. I AT STANDARD STATIoNs, INC., AN 1, RED WHITE AND "  IIIIIIIIlllll ...... I fl h A L  P  n lPll  A IL Jll O [ lfound a mirror a tourist had left IllllJlllllllllllllllllll ............. t l[ IIIJ A IILIlill- Ikln"ill ",1 Illll r - -.oH. ,f .t ain't m old man,"-- ... . _ /:""""'Io ---- IJ 00aPK/-qkl00qgL ff ILSLAi "q/ILL --------i: ivdera;nh:elsk:dhia t.: itT::;  00Iate Outlook 2 Local Church News J took.' = by = St dos---'- ,['"-- ,L ^. . o Association  fie took the mirror home and 8tolei.  R. M. Turner and Robert Cowan Rev. Father Carey, Pastor O--' , Services the first Sunday of each ' into the attic to hide it. But his ae- Both of the Washington State --imonth at 8:30 a.m. All other Sun- e 552 We Deliver  tions did'nt escape his suspicious College Extension Service -'- --------i wife. That night while he slept she-'llllllllltlllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllillllllF, days at I0:00 a.m. Catechism every ----;slipped up to the attic and found the i .PLOW GARDEN EARLY HIHllmmImmIIlllllmllllliH  Saturday afternoon at 1:30 far the mirror, l "Hum-urn," she said, looking into! FOR GOOD SEED BED i children" gDecials [or mit, "so that's the old hag he's beent i COMMUNITY CHU;CH !ehasin' around with." I Early plowing of the gardenl Reverend Whittier, secretary of THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ----- ,'makes. for an ideal, bed by makmg younf people's work in Seattle, will , .... l avadable the maximum amou = Woman,. .dt aln t, white ...... male in plant" food,- bringing about nt of preach both mornin and evening _dat bottlMt am psuto watan, xo fiei " a bene- and assist will all services of the day. Arii 9: I 0: I I ---- hip', ,..na drink, .. ,0' :" a, eomp=tn.s, of the sol and - helping in *he control of weeds. Tho NEW i boy, 1 ain't swish do nothin' first day the garden is dry enough to """......,,,,,.....,.,.'"'"""""'""'-"""""'""'"'"'""'"""'""'""""""""""""""""'-I-,,:Y? YORK WOMAN LOST -- ray- no-- cn:-'e crumble or break up readily is the |' 0U[]S OF- FAr ehe _- "Yet yo' is, hone,; deed yo' ir' day to plow. -------_ S i MORE ABOUT COUNCIL MEET To maintain the proper amount One 85 Cent Bottle of of plant food in the soil, fertilizem No 2i Cans id  A 'Blue Rose' Brand 1-- (Continued from page 1) Kruschen Salts Did it 'Ha " ' ----  -  must be a lie ' -------- Ca.. appy Home Brand --K -- :! ........... Zg --1 ..... Pp d to supply deficient! _ ", rR ltll  V ruuu r ................................... v  enorm fund I elements and the soil ...... "I am startin.- on ........ : k ...................................... -- ,  r tus. De Kept. ' g Hly secona DOttle . . " 5 [; Shr.e.tt'..attrney ":7$ 250"00iin aphysieal condition favorable tol[eaK(iuschen Sa!ts and am real : tk 11 --"  el _ mille __..,taramer, t, aramer & Fraser the bacterial life whiO, --.... ----"i wnn resu. I take it for = J Engineers .  2 ! " . ,, ,:, .... v,anL eoucmg aria so Iar have lost 14 oalnlon - 10llet 1 Issue =!Gardiner "" ''" ..... V=:":-" 16.3 food available. Commercml fertiliz-poun v and I think it is doing won- -- . [m__  , aromer , rmner ,to;.4 ers are usuall a " . .  lers or me. I d " d A G. - 'Waldo.,' Brand ., Grade --  Coluccio ontr ....... ,0. : . y !pl,od after plow ove.iog. hon o n%2o,2:o i=e L- 9gtlll = IIL. --- .... ,.e tor 5 7 58!rag and -orked well mto the soflt work." g om __ NS FOR .... '11 PER ROLL ,--',  i::G.a:n:,[;;e r k ........... ] i.i}, !i!::]t: 7 :Uldr b e!? r ;epl:L?:ly wr?rd I Stffs i!u{ ?ot:ls of 2 h ! ln CANe .^_ ln]l  PER PACKAGE llJlll[lllt  ..... " ................. _ .| . Y a shallow rooted[;? .y --go light on potatoes, I,  ..... ruK ...................................... igg ---- ...............................  1. l)ryite, treasurer ............ lO.O0]erol and especially the maorit., oPu [er' eregm and sugar--that will i  : ............. M Andv Castle labor 32 00 }rd ......... .__ _ . -  - ne/p ruselen take off your :fat i" "" ---- a -- " "--- - J: "" r is'c l .............. ""'| .... -,- require a cermam I , Befj>re the bottle is erupt snr. i: LID_  - = ,f'.  ....  L. . taa r., oa ................ a.o ieompaetness o the seed bed, for ! plus za is leaving you  inolen I uunch lurnlDS _= ;trlng Deans _-L Wold Co., supplies ...... 258.551their best growth. It is therefore cnanges to activitv.-TYou'll feelmu  t- --- ..... ., A. J. Peters, bonds ....... 14.90 important that the garden be nlow  younger---eyes will brighten--teps . lalo.  ans  . .  r - OW S r ' " i ._ A. = 9 St*ehtl 9KJ =iIssaq uah Pre.% pubheatmn.. 18.15led early enough so that subse ........  .... *P y" Mut!ons Know thm---you ,u,,iougn 1.o Know It KruseBen SaiLs i "IKR*IIUNCH W --- i CANS FOR " LIII  Issaquah Press, publication 15 57 t cultivations will restore the soil roche ideal trea*----'- ....... s ............................................  . "  " ..... mn L xor constipation, i  "i ............ ],[" ......... ,  .................. ---- Issaquah Press, publication.. 20.501a compactness favorable to seed matgestmn, neadaenes, nervousne Potaww00OeS ._. I __ cH .......... =--==::.7.= .......................  . PER SACK ........................................ VVV _A. Willig, salary ...... ]i]]i ........ 60,00 dener to destroy most of the weeds! - _" ,-- 1  ---- .............  ._ u..a;., 1.or 800 before ,qantin his zar a ........ a ..1 . i  g I'_/I r , : ,xl',e_  --T Drylie, treasurer .......... 25.00 the calitivation is repeated two or I _-wramm &   _ . . . aDle byruD = Wlllte Deans =P. Koss, labor ...................... 8.00 three t,mes most of the weeds m the lL.ll_m i ! A = .....  Joe Favm/, labor . 8.00 surfac layer of soft will be destroy-i qF dS   ' e " " 17 qO. m d A A Willig, gas and oil ........... 6.60 ed so that weed control will be a}  q CANS FOR LIII  I POUNDS FOR -]IF A'L Wold Co, supplies 1.70 comparatively simple matter when k ..... =_- ......... " ............... 7,:,,,7 ....... 7 -- John'Carsom iavor ........ :::7:: 4.Oithe garden seeds come in. ! so - Bacon ;HeM1: =t0M:u;:l:e'Rogerson and ThthsewceetttklT PRalv::2ad: two [ Stmial AA - Plenty of Lean AA -- family spent Easter with relatives " qu" " ey a e g " g t gi e! . _ " " : P/,- - --IA _-- "D  Seattle as prizes on 10e tickets. They are TOAKTFR Mg'MTH |:; .- ,t PACKAGE .............. 11 _---- PER POUND - i"V --------1 " * * * ! now on display in the window of the --' 't t;tli'O' ! ' ............. n.vv -- " ....................................  ..... I a ae [ _  --- ' , ' ' "" "  Mrs A. E. Livmg'ton m still con- Eaves Sts, le Shoo.  ?////I//////////// ! __-ifined tr two i heart attack of i i1  Ill  [ L:l --.x..._ , ,-, a ,:: ............ .... ..... ,,A} rYStal Whnte oap - /'runes !. , |nl tIIA  I No. 2,, Can, 1__ ---I Mr and Mrs. Edwin Peterson ofli ................... | I,v ARs OR ................................. 0/1 -- :/ CA,S H;7" "*''i 7"d [0 ----mlSeatt/ were  of *. an  !l "i'h I%%A THFATRF. ' [  ................  ..... ""5 "'" .............. 1C' J" Boyden over the Easter hohday. I H " "" ""'"'-'"'1'"" " ""-=" .u.., !B--- - =I "'" - i llara - i.ULI, II]''b&'" -----'I.__M Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miles andIs / 10c 30 7 30 P M Am = , , i children were guests of frionds in e- A RaM Bnrgain AA --- Frh Creamery Ad _iattleTuesday evening. / [rIUNDS FOR -- ....... - , , 00-ti Thursday, April 9 ................................ VV ----_ PER eovro ...................................... vmv MI Jl ....... "" " = ......  66 99 ._ - . --tl 1/11 "The Great Meadow" "00otfee . -Baking Powder ___--=I[- Get Your-- Ill Children a#d':ud=s-d'm]i:ed"Te: on Thursday h l .... _- .... .... _----/ "3"" ""P"'"  ItS "'nsp--a'ion"l .rt _ read | Cheese =l/ , IIII --msp,rauon .... - |l/. .. !t111 EAast Lynne I =-  " "E " oiled Oats - Seaport Pea ,,w. Save Your ld' " " st Lynn;" : ;,=:,, ;;;;;;a;;, ,,, ,=:,, .,,,,.,,,,,,, , M All Wm.lmu. as, Mat ,.._, _. _ . .... , t__a.- ^..t  e,,a. ==//.';'.2,'.';..,. " !/i "'It Pays to Advertise" I :"00'umm Mne ol ua,uc- auu,,, u. ---I[_ "" " ..... " ........ [[[1[1/ (Norman FosterSkeet Gallagher) [i '"m"MiMHHMHHHMIt ,,,, ............. ,, ,, ,,,, ,, '1