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Ill PAGE P0UR T~.II~. |~>SAQUAH PRESS, iSSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON i II i i I i i i i, i I i.n i ................................ i ......... dren, Arnie anti Mayme of Raven.~-.ty School l)irectors at their annual[ HOBART Ildale v sited Mr .... and Mrs Sippila on meeting. Vrivnds wme .,ngratul ,t-i SHOWALTERr RELATES ........ ~ Sunday ling her this week. t A farewell party was given for Takes "Ghost" Ranch l)an Korpe is seriously conisde,'ing[ e~uaaleo~.uw.a,PROBLEHS Don Hanga on Sunday evening. Don Bill Watson, the l)rospector, and a mean watchdog, preferably w thl leaves Thursday on the U. S. L. H. T. his family have moved from Biliy-lsharp teeth, as a result of several Luxury Cedar for Alaska. ]ville to the old Housdonk ranch on raids on his gas tank. A large crowtl attended the P.-T.i. Goat mountain. When questioned Oscar (Raspberry) Johnson has A. dance Saturday evening at the[in regard to ghosts in the vicinity, been home for several weeks from! gym. Three plays were presented!Bill declared the story false. "Just the hospital and is now visiting with l prior to the dancing. ]a case, of . Mr. and Mrs. John Kovash and Joel bill, 'Bill misrepresentation," says his friends. Oscar expected to have Knott said there were a new foot hooked up by fall st) there Stopnich of Ran]on were visitors of[goats--not ghosts-- on the place, is little doubt of his being as good a~ the Gradys last week. i Last week Juliet Blickfehtt was new again. Mr. and Mrs. Eric ,Sword and chil-[elected secretary of the King Coun- Free seeds were distributed by SWIFT'S PREMIUM HALF OR WHOLE PKGS. 1 Royal Chocolate Pudding 01c The Deal of 4 pkgs. - 24c PER LB. THEY ARE OVENIZED PURE CANE FINE GRANULATED PRICES ARE SURE TO ADVANCEI LB. ~ 95C MILLED BY CENTENNIAL AND GUARANTEED I _ I II 9 LB. SACK LIMIT A LOW-PRFCED FAMILY FLOUR III III I II I II I I ANSWER TO LAST WEEK'S AD--The fallacy probably arose from the account Of Samson and his hair; ~:body hair, or the lack of it, is caused hyfunctloning of the adrenal glands. J I[ I[ [ [ I I II I | [ I J FIRM .RIPE CRISP AND TINDER BERRIES Of Education, Poverty Of Education, Sought to Be Elimin- ated Through Balancqd System. tit, re are some high lights on the schools of Washington, disclosed by Dr. N. I). Showalter, state superin- tendent, before t h e Montesano Chamber of (h)mmerce, it] one of the first addresses since the adjourn- r meEt of the legislature. Or, e-I!ourth of our population--i 355,000 chihh'cn--are in school this year. n~ .~pite of an actual increase orr 6,000 students, the schools are be-I Jag operated this year with 1,144 fe~er t(>achers than last year, and at less cost. Compared with a period which ha,: 11,000 fewer students, costing $29,- 000,000, the schools today are cost- ing $23,000,000. hnportant savings are being made through consolidations, Dr. Showal- tar said. Originally there were 2,900 districts; now there are 1,739. 1hi the last two years ,42 high schools i/ have been closed, 150 other schools. i Sixty-two thousand children are hauled to school every day over, 1,844 busroutes. Reduced property valuationsand stow payment of taxes have been creating a serious problem in school finance.~ "For the first time, every school district will be operating on a strict budget and every district will know exactly what it will get from the state. Within two years, I expect to see 90'.~ of the districts on a cash basis," Dr. Showalter declared. "Last year there was a charge of $823,000 interest on the school war- rant indebtedness in this state. This will amount to $1,000,000 this year," he stated. "Unjust inequalities have been a serious difficulty, some d~s- triers having forty times more val- HOSPITAL'S ANNUAL FLOWER SALE SOON Will be Held at Seattle Orthopedic ttospital N e x t Wednesday and Thursday, April 19 and 20. Over at the chihh'en's Orthopedic ltospital the Garden Committee now nmintains a hospital bed known as the Garden Bed, as well as caring for the garden, and pays all bills in-i cident to itsmaintenance. Spring !and fall, the committee has a sale! of plants andshrubs to provide for this work. Donations freE] many ofI the beautiful gardens bring rare and lI unusual things in the reach of the gardening public. Seeds are beingl saved and the public has the oppm 1 tunity to purchase home grown seedI of unusual merit. A special feature this spring ,~ flowers for a white garden. Also plants and shrubs which arc win'~er blooming. Plants for window boxes may be had in variety and annuals to fill out the perennial border. Many people love the home-like old friends of all gardens: daisies, pinks, hollyhocks and the rest. There will be a five- antl ten-cent tab:e with all these old standbys, and to vary the interest, a surprise packet l ]of newer things. There has been a great loss of plants this season from freezing, es- pecially among the primroses and rock plants. A fine selection of these will be found in the Rock Garden section. The beautiful blueberries, which are decorative and supply de- licious berries as well, will also be on sale. The sale dates are April 19th and 20th. Donations will be received the 18th or any day of the sale. Receiv- ing depot will be announced in daily papers. Go to the sale; take something; buy something. You will buy beauty aria give happiness and health to those helpless little ones, whose only hopv uation per capita than others." lies in the warm-hearted support of "We have had luxury of education the Children's Orthopedic Hospital. and poverty of education," he con- ~, ~ ..... tinued. "Now we are striving for UPPER $OUAK what I call a well balanced taxatmn ..... " -~ system " . The I. V. L. Club met at Mrs. Snyder's last Thursday with all bu~ Norman Conover last week. Seea one member present. oats ~s expected soon Mrs It " Wi sie and children of Se- An extra big meeting of the Fish attle are spending their Easter ca- and Game Club is scheduled for to- cation on the ranch morrow (Friday) evening A prize Mr an Mr " " d s.D. Ludwig and chil- of one can of salmon eggs and two dren of Fall City were Sunday visit- leader hooks is offered for a new, ors of Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Snyde .r snappy name for the club. Mildred Cammon left on Monday morning for Bend, Oregon, to visxt Plague of Beggars friends and relatives. She will be It has bebn stated that at tile latest gonefor some time. twelfth-year fair at Madras. the road Oscar Leaf came home from Brem from the city to the bathing place-- {or]on last Wednesday He ghent a distance of 2~ m as--was lined with ...... "" "- " I~un~ay in Ule ~lum. religions beggars, sitting Shoulder to ; Mr and Mrs Nible an ch shoulder. Each had an attendant sit I " " d fldren of Seattle spent Tuesday w~th Mrs ting in front .oliei|ing alms for Iris I . master. I Nible's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sny- [ der. Drawback / Paul Wiltsie spent the week end w~th frmnds m Seattle "De trouble about de man who sings at his work," said Uncle Eben, "is dat I Vick Maranokas of Seattle called he makes everyhody knock off and on the Cerumen family one day las~ Jine in de choru~." -W:,shin,at,m Star. !week. MAGA21NE CLUBS Don't w,it another minutel Neve~ before *rid I~rh*ps never 09*in, c,n these wondeduJ msg*zJnes be obbined with yow home news- mP~ at such I~iCt~. Subsalbe nowl SUCCESSFUl FARMING OUR RURAL SPECIAL. PER DOZ. LARGE SIZE---SWEET AND JUICY LEMONS PER DOZ. SUNKIST---FULL OF JUICE THURSDAY, APRIl, 17, 19b8 IRY AFo The Most Foods You Can @ iIn Butter makes the sandwich--use ;t on both sl;ces. Our heritage of taste demands but~er in cooking. Any food is belier when pre- pared wlth buffer. I Drink glass of milk with every meal. For thrice its price the (ood- energy value of milk can not be duplicated. Health Autho~t~m Agree -- Milk a;,d Milk Products Ate Not Fattening Fit for the taste of a King and the Purse of Peasant. The ~;nest climax of any feast. Solves fee childhood sweets problem. Ever-ready and ever- tasteful. Help balance your budget by u,lng lots of this distinctly, and eco- ,~, nomlcal food. PRO I)fll