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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY, JUNE .8, .1933 m NOTHING DOES SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE AS YOUR TELEPHONE \ I .... _J[ _Jl All within reach by Telephone FRIENDS for the fishing trip--the man for whom you have a job--the sudden crisis that demands a doctor, the fire department, the police--- The telephone is ready. For only a few cents a dayl THE PACIFIC TELEPtlONE AND TELEGRAPIt COMPANY ~-- " II It's Not All re.,. MORE ABOUT BASEBALL Let the other fellow have his half (From first page) Commencement Program High School Auditorium Thursday Evening, June 8, at 8:15 p.m. toO-- Selection from "I1 Trovatore"--Verdi .......................... ..................................................... High School Orchestra Invocation ................................................ Rev. R. I. Case Salutatory ..................................................... ttelen Peters "The Value of Chemistry" Violin Solo ................................................... Rhodie Olson "Romanza Andaluza" Tivadar Nachcz "Old Folks at ttome"--Fritz Kreisler Class Representative .................................... Orvema Clark "The Schools of Yesterday and the Schools of Today" Vocal Duet __: ..................... Isabella Alila and Betty Roye "I Sing Because I Love to Sing"--Pinsuti "Love's Old Sweet Song"--arranged by Parks Valedictory ........................................ Helen Hendrickson "Underlying Principles of Cooperation" Commencement Address .................................................. .................................. Attorney Lewis B. Schwellenbach President Board of Regents University of washington Presentation of Class ................ Supt. Maurice J. Thomas Presentation of Diplomas .................... Ronald C. Johnson President Board of Directors ,, Benediction ................................................ Rev. R. I. Case PHOENIX HOSIERY with A perfect fit for every leg*. This com- fortable stocking top stretches both ways--up and down and round and round. Feels better, looks better under your frocks. It may be gartered to varying lengths without fear of of the road. Remember you didn't build it. neither are yo,, paying all the ....... byArthur Brisbane '7 5C runs. Made of Certified Silk for taxes on ft.- d:lnr!dn Timo,~-Unitm. ratt t.tty-- ao r n o a e ......... / greater beauty, longer wear. (uon~muea zrom zirs page) . .. ..... . . ----~ Moses, cf .... 2 0 0 0 0 0 , , ann Ask to see J~II~bIA~ ann otaer In the Superior Court oftheStatelBrneman' ss ...... 5 0 2 3 2 2 S.D. SANI)ERS,the United States, and that ought 1 00 Phoenix Desert Tones--slnartest of Washington, for King County. B. Nelson, 3b ...... 5 1 2 3 2 1 general manager i of the Washlnlr- touCo-Operattve [to be a good enough dollar, with or ~ l hosiery shades for Spring. In the matter of the estate of Hat-IW. Nelson, rf ...... 4 1 0 0 0 1 tie Or~ Terry, Deceased. II. Nelson, c .......... 4 1 2 5 0 0 ~.zm sndPoultrrwithout gold behind it. In Probate. No. 57058. }Kidder, lb 4 0 0 6 0 3 [isAssoelatla'arraeglugWhtllt * * * Notice to Creditors ]Spudt, lf-p ...: ...... 3 0 0 3 2 1 board moetlas,e -New Jersey's "nature colony," I~D~]'~ ("I TQQAF TM Notice is hereby given that the un-lGouchnour' 2b 4 0 1 3 2 1 Yaktma June '/, land stookholders practicing "nature healing," believ- 1" JL ~t.L~LJ k...~k.,Jk.J~.~t-~k.,, dersigned has been appointed and haS,Martin ,~ ""0 0 0 0 3 O :msotlos tn Spo- ling in nudism (going naked) although nUALITY FOOTWEAR qualified as executor of the estatetu xT~,'.^~ ~" ......... A . . . ^ . ksae #uee lO. it does not practice that, says its of Hattie Orr Terry, Deceased; that ....................... " " v v v [ all persons having claims against/zumwalt, rf ........ 3 O 0 1 0 0 members hope "to live for centuries,"ISSA UAH : WASHINGTON said deceased or against said estate[ ...... not merely for one hundred years. Q : : : : : : : : : : are hereby required to serve the Totals 38 3 7 24 11 9 same, duly verified, on said executor/ ............ _' [ Their rules include "no meat, no lsoap, no romance." Under such con- or his attorneys of record at the ad-]lssaquah-- ab r h o a e Iditions, why live for centuries? dress below stated, and file the same ~Reini, rf-3b 4 3 1 1 1 0 . with the Clerk of said Court, togeth-[Casta-no ss ........ 5 2 2 0 2 2 o.H. rxsmzn, ]islGid:t tthtlesi;:r :hies, lal:Phug:a ~ ]Hotchkiss, Theodore Wenzel and er with proof of such service, within/s ......... six months after the date of first!Evans, cf ............ 3 2 2 1 O 0 president of~.,- / , "l TAYLOR jHenry Krall lla~ham State [dreds of years But what of it. [ r " " publication of this notice, or theIKoss, lb-p ............ 6 2 2 5 0 1 Normal Sehool,~ returned reeeat-:: q: * * I ~] M. Miller of Seattle, Bob Kehoe same ~dll be barre& i Clark, 3b ............ 3 2 2 1 0 0 lz from Mlnno-:, ] ............ ] Anna M. Krall visited in Issaquah]of Maple Valley and Alice Wate of t~nanul, tne sincere, enus nls ZI- . . . . Date of first publication June 8,]Morris, 2b .......... 4 2 1 1 3 1 spoils, where he :: [ ........... ] over the week-end with Katherine Seattle wslted Mr. and Mrs W Knott 1933. Wm. J. TerrF, ]M.~. 14~ o t . . . . addro,sod the luay zasc welgnmg ~o pounus. Toe ...... Executor of said Estate. ,,~,,, ,- .............. o x v v v &merlesn &tie- Address 1382 Dexter Horton Bldg.,ILazor, c .............. 3 0 2 7 0 1 elation of Toseb. /western world cannot understanalr~ram . ..... ]~unuay. ets' Conesss. ~ ......... , ..... I ~ar. anu :wrs. r rea ~vlerus have Violet Wilson of Lake Francis and Seattle, Wash. [Lewis, p .............. 3 1 1 0 2 0 lwna~ goes ~c sees ~nula s mnnons oz .............. h, . ~ ~, ,, ~ ~ ,~ l movea ~o /~UCgley. ~enevleve Turner 0I ~vlaple Valley Lucas C. Kells, Revelle, Revelle &lHircho, rf 0 0 0 1 0 O I uncoucnaoles re nave an om man .............. ~ .......... | ............. F ~eona i)ewmter oz ~ea~tle VlS~Zeu ws~tea Anna ~rall ruesuay. Kells, 1382 Dexter Horton Building, Iwalen If ............ 1 0 0 1 0 0 ,rlSK oeaen oy starvatlon, ouc onan-i ........... I~ _ ,, ,, ttemee ann t~oy~ewln~er overtne Seattle, Wash., Attorney for Estate I ............. [di and the untouchables know [~ i!{~!:'a~:c i i i i 000 ' ~'a -iLTn na says ne .... uoes no~ Know" ]week-end. ,[ In the Superlor Court ofthe State. 6-8-22i .... ; ..... what fu-~her or ....... I Mr. and Mrs Adam Lefeosky of of Washington for the County of E|mEB|||E|mn||||||EIWM|M||I ........... 1 01 ~eattle and Mrs.Balmert of Rentonl " but whatever~tm~ght be, he is .. In the matter of the estate of ....... Monti, If .............. 2 0 0 1 0 0] Uuilding Material Bargains] ....... I ready. ........... It is to be hoped that the old tSunday.Vlmted Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McKay GeorgelnE.ProbateHerpick, NoDeceased'55769 Large stock of new doors and wind-ITotals ............ 42 19 14 27 9 51 ~ manen, w]Ji., oe._aHoweu_ . ..~ rest,, ea~.ana~ ~v~rs.'" t~urns~" en~ermmeu ........ rne ~nlm- I Notice of heaH'n~ final re~ort~, and ows must be sold at once at low Next Sunda the Issa uah team ~:!:~.nw,, o,u- heJ~Ys:es;:dnd:at~ bne~::::n .wnmlble Club at her home last Saturday I;petltmn for dmtr,bution..... prices. 10,000 new and used sash,I ..... Y , q .... ] i~iii:BE~t' auuze of I , a a zur-I .......... I ~O~lCe is nereby gwen tnat ~aar- ~ur aria lvirs warpen~er oz van a l es 0 0 feet ne n e Will oe away zrom nome, laying ene l ,iz ; SO , O0 w a d us dl p ] @the Sapotlae ther sacrifice is called for ] " -Igaret D. Herpick, Executrix of the l~mber, finish and moldings at verytLundeen Park team at Silver Lake. j ~i Court, Wbat~om , , , /couver, formerly of Taylor, visited Estate of George. E. Herpick, ha~ : couatr. M "i ........ there Tuesday ~ filed in the office of the Clerk of said specsai pr,ces. [We were in error last week in our l eanwn le, you no~ce ~na~ tne Mrs W R Stiles Mar-Masini and Court her final Report and petition ,.Bargains on paint, plumbing sup- /statement that Fall City was a mem-I /British, who never starve themselves,!.. ".~. " ". ' ~ Ifor distribution, askinc, the Court to i ~ar~e wenzel attended the 4 H club re pt;es, etc. " ]ber of the County League. They are :represent the power that has dimin- - [settle said Report, distribute the p p- MATHENY & BACON, Inclplaying independent ball. I ;~a ~ ....and fam;ne in Ind;a to]meeting at Tolt to decide their pro-,erty to the persons thereto entitled Yard No. 1--1710 4th Ave. So. [ "-"----~ i ..... ,w..- ^~ ~; ...... ~ ...... gram at Pullman. Marie Wenzel will and to discharge said executrix, and Yard No. 2~611 Ellidt W. [ Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miles made ~,,: ......... ~ ......... ~.s.,,,~ ;-~,- that said Report and petition will be riages of little 10. year old girm to heard on the 6th day of July, 1933, MNMMM|MEMMEMEMEMMMMUMMMMMM/a business trip to Seattle Tuesday. old men and burning young w~dows at 9:30 A. M., at the Court Room of alive with the corpses of their old the Probate Department of said husbands. Civilization is better than Court. Other Hauling at Right Price [ O&SSlU8 lm., GATES, Seattle tttorno~ and prostdent of the |onttlo Chambo~ *f Oommoree, yho Is tormolat- tNr plans for the geatest. Fleet eek :rot stulred ~n t he Paslfle orthweet. Exchange Ads are result- getter~ -" and are inexuensive. Use them. Phone 392 starvation. When President Roosevelt sent out his peace message, a copy went to Russia's Soviet government, and Sen- ator Borah said that was official recognition of Russia. Now former Senator Brookhart of Iowa will go to Russia as "agricul- tural envoy" from the United State~. Apparently this nation is recognizing Russia, sensibly, but unostentatiously. Buy---and save, in Issaquah. Members from Taylor yere Mary Masini, Delbert Carpenter, Alber5 Dated this 5th day of June, 1933. Abe N Olson, Clerk of Said Court. By Lewis Abraham, Deputy. 6-8-22 , DO YOU WANT TO HAVE ~ 50 CURLS ! WAVES ! RINGLETS ! | " ! Soft, natural oil waves, complete, as low as .................. We use genuine supplies and guarantee our work. All experienced operators. Not a school ..... : ......... 4th at Pike Street, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON Telephone SEn~ce 1070 was in 17 The accompanying photograph shows a hen 1S months old which, until the moment this picture was taken, had never been outside of a 17-inch cage since the day she was hatched. Beside her on the scale are the eggs whicl she produced in the month of March. Her production since last August has been over 70 per cent. and many others like her were devel.op.ed at the All ers Poultry Research Station, rece,vlng in their small cages nothing but Albers 1933 Paks, gravel, shell, and water. Hundreds of demonstra- tions of this nature have shown that Albers Paks are a thoroughly balanced ration. For best results feed Albers 1933 Pullet Grower Paks. AND BEGIN TODAY. | SPECIALS THIS WEEK PER LB. Boneless PER LB. Little Pig Pork ,-. 10c LBS. FOR See US. GOOD VARIETY LUNCHEON MEATS r|SC