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----By ARTHUR BRISBANE--- Would Canada Join Us? She Ate in the White House VOLUME 17, NUMBER 41 ISSAQUAH, KING CO.,WASH., THURSDAY, JUNE 15,1933 "'"" KIWANIANS STILL ON 3 . T.,... WELFARE PROGRAM ua The honorable Gus Kasch, repro- - --~ senting Summit county in Ohio's .... "-~ ,. lAne,her Seattle City . n syiDeMlay' Boys' Order, ~eneral ~ta,e ~onaitions ,nterpreted rwe Laddies ~u House of Representatives, suggested I League Team Sunaay Has Reached lssaquah that England pay her debt to Uncleby Speaker, Reports Given on Sam by giving us Canada. This col-Work in Progress and Proposed. umn suggested thatCanada would say: Frank J. Barrett of the Portland "No." Cement association was the speaker Mr. Kasch writes that Canadians at Klwams~" " luncheon yesterday, his,, might decide that "a great union oi subject, 'YPublic Works Program. the English speaking people on th~ His talk was along tbe lines of what be worth more to them, with trade the state may be able to do, and barriers removed, than to be tied up probably would do, in the way el wth God and the king and they may road building with the money they eventually decide to come in with were expecting from the federal guy- us. They can teach us considerabIe ernment. He considers the Snoqual- about how to operate a state owned mie Pass ranks first as a major proj- railroad and a decent banking sy~- ect and expects to see more than tern; we really need them more thah eight miles paved this season. they need us." Canada could teach us, no doub~f Ray Schneider reported on the meeting in Seattle for the interna- for no depositor has lost a dollar in ltionaI president Monday evening, a Canadian bank for many years, lwhere Issaquah carried off the at- while we have had bank failures in]tendance banner over all except two thousands. The question is, do we lSeattle clubs. want to learn? I Rem Castagno gave a report on the [work being accomplished by his cre~ Mrs.Pattit Willis South, 81 years lat the Playfield. He announced they old, of Nichola~ville, Kentucky, al-I had received 31,000 feet of new lure- ways wanted to eat one meal in the iber from Wood & Iverson at Hobart, White House "to compaare the preslin return for their work last summer ident's cooking with my own." Mrs. i South, called "Ma" South, ran a ho-fat the fire, giving them the lumber needed for finishing the building, tel for many years, land the Pearson-Erickson Lambex Mrs. Roosevelt invited her. "Ma"!company has offered the use of their South wishes she could have taken planing plant for dressing the lum- the White House bill of fare for a souvenir, and told reporters that having been invited to the White House "now my aim is to get into heaven." In Heaven she will meet many that have never eaten in the White House, and will have inter- esting things to tell them through SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR (Continued on four) TIME OF MEETINGS HOUR IS CHANGED BY LOCAL GRANGE Issaquah ball tossers lost at Lake Committee Achve In Mak- Issaquah was the scene of a ver~ Mt mbers Tender. Greetings Stevens Sunday, 11-6. The game was ing Arrangements for Old lunii ue treat Saturday night, which t To Master Bradley And lost through errors Issaquah outhit . Time Real Cel-brltion lin all probability will affect the livesl Brid-" /ul-- .H ...... , u_,, their opponents 10 to 8. c tt of a large number of teen age boysl .~o y L.vactmtct-a. tvscct Bob Evans came through with a . - ~ .... 'of Issaquah and vicinity in the fu-I at Hobart, Here In Aug. " " " r r lSSaquaFI i srequesle(, ro ge~ reaoyl " ,, ,," perfect day at theprategetting a ...... re " ( ,~-~lu - d-ublc and threesin,des in for the b ggest St'tr Spangled bombltu. (,e)rge Dad Monroe of Seat*: Thele wer sc .... ' ' " e erie at the met,in .... , - - . s burstin,~ Fourth of ].p....r.~_+i... tie brought the University Chapter $ g five trips. Lazor accounted for three , ofDo M~)lav to the 1 c M' nn:e, the G~ange Ylonday evemng very "is tit'" n't .............. [ ................. o_al __as .... runs, homing in the second witn l--= ~ :.~ .~-, m .ye~[s... t Hall where they conferred the De mu-h in accoret with the proverbia! . ~urpasslng even the Driitiance an(f n " " s t Mack aboard. He got on m the ninth ........... IMnluv clo~rroou unnn o~,h* lnenlh~v~I1 a~ ,7~, .eason, .he month m which through an error and came around on~gmmr o~ one om lssaquah Volunteer --~,7 --~'~" ~'~'" -~ ..... "1- ....... !mo:e weddings are celebrated than in ~. .............. i Fire Department celebrations are theI these ooys oecame menmers ell ....... , ...... ~. ........... nll~S oy ~asLagflo anti r~vans. " " ..... "theRen'on h " r --f ....... laitYoLner i,,tlr~y-tlay perloa OI ~ne ,, .... , ..... .. , gigantic pens oemg mxd ~y thet c c apte . A ~er m~mtmnt xn~.~orton, l:ne OppOSlng plLcner, ~ . . t . , o , . - lyear. " " c " "" i " " e ~ " ;present e~f~cmnt department, de- la generous ooys ~eet~ was enjoye(~ m~" ~ssaquan Ia 'co tne r tmgn s~ oox ~ At the o e i " ..... [signed to express the newly awaken-lboys fashmn. I . , p ~.~ ng of the sesmon the asslgnmen[~ el Ll|e scD.son a lllan oI maste- ~ ' ' ~ ' 3 na i n " " . ~ s .tand was brought m attic- coast league experience Norton alsol.e: 1.t3, to I confidence and g~ve! The De Molay ,s a non-see,arran tically decorated in Grano~ coloru ~,~n . .~ ......... n .+ .u...~.+. . :.~. tne commum~y a real tnoepenuence organization ~ormed in Kansas City . . ~'~ . ' ,..~ . ,:,~a, ,'ec,,,~, ~ --e p,~e w;-- ............ Old shoes and other trappings deem- . . troy celeoratlon, in .lVl~ gnu has grown to a membe~-- three walks and two smgles m f~w ........... I .... ....... ed by nunsters as essential to a nro~- A~ tne meeung o~ the ueparCmen; stop oz over zuo,uou ooys Its sole ,~-r ....... ~- "~ trips. *" "a evenin Chief Casta~o wa~i l s " ~ .... .... . er ~ose vance oi Enls marital evenL ......... .... luonu y g . g . Ipu 'po.e is ~o ios~er 1me quallles oi ~ex ~unaay ~ne team ~,Vlll pray ........ " . ,... named chairman of the celebration'living in boys of the teen age The Tat first action after opening was a nome w~tn ~ne wommerca~ r~re i committee with George Reini, George'aim of the organization certainly ful- the remstatement of Mrs. Vmla Ks- team as oppos~tmn, anomer ~eattle ) re ._ . " _ .... iClark and Bill ttayward able assis~-~fills the desire of any well-thinking ]a Bradley, when she was duly ev- c~ty league ~eam..iney nave prayed ants in the work. parent. Issaquah may well be proud corted in by the lady assistant stew, ~wo seams ~rom nls league, lOSing , md and seated at the left of the ma~ . . . ..... Definite plans for a baseball game, to get the foundation laid for such ' ' _ ' to one an~ winning from ~ne oLnor. . * er " ' ~. . , ..... races and other atlaletm events, and an orgamzation, t . Durmg the lecturer s hour the ~unaay s game snoulu De good. . .. ent e membership marched around similar events for the k~ddies, au~- ~ , ,': s mented with added attractmns thro- ~w~#~t~ ,~~ llr the hall, greeting the couple in pas~ mg Crunfl nflADn ASK oo~ promise a full day of continuous l'lIUrll blWWl Ill " t~|lUq/It~ S~U/'/tlMt/ t~ ~,+,~ During the session Lecturer R. I. 7 can wav CCTIm "-The'baseball game alone justifies FIR~. IWPAi TMFNT ,, Cas and Frank Klein reported on the ~0|~tJUU 1|Ul~i[~k OL|UI the event being adverised as a home- ~ ....... u~,a~*a masters' council session and said the nex~ sessmn would be held at the coming, as it is to be between t.m ' " farm of "Strawberry" Johnson near Hob,r,, where a complete report of the recent State Grange session would be ~eard. Mention was made that the men folks would be required to pick the strawberries and the ladies to arrange to serve them. 'Members are invited to attend. It was also all eternity, stated that th'e invitation of Issaquah for the council to meet here in Aug- A remarkable lady is Mrs. Frank- ust was accepted. gin D. Roosevelt, remarkable for en- A number of farmers reported ergT, kindness and good judgment, they could not educate their chickens Planning a trip to California, to vls- or cows to the daylight-wasting pro- : it her son, she was advised to fly gram and ~t was decided to change by day and rest at night She de- rorK'~( the. hour of meeting to 8:80 during tided to fly day and night to save ann I the time the change was in vogue." time. one mile to foot of Vaughan's Hill. wa--es would be -aid in cash insteaaI .... The secretary was requested to , ~ P ~own ~o ~oln you. In this saving of t~me, and m her Attendance was low yesterday ow- ~ w,,~, ~t. i~ tn h~_ hau~_d that[ IWash. Coop., pumped water write retiring state master A. S. Gos~ constant ~ravet vy a~rptan , ~u s (Continued on last page) the ~roject will be accepted I I from basement .................... 7.50 and express the thanks of the Iss~- Roosevelt sets an example of great- . . ~ ' ,, SEATTLE TO CELEBRATE t Dance, Nov. 24, 1932, hose f'd. 72.1blquah Valley Grange for the work he est value to the nation's airin-I ' i FOURTH.. ISSAQUAH. . TOO Football game, Dec. 2, 1932.... 2.10 has done for the Grange and wt~h+ ' dustry, l~'~,ftrkI...,.o....~.~. I~,,,~,~ The American Leg,on is sponso,- B's'ketb'l game, Dee. 3, 1932_. 3.251him the best of luck in his new yen- : llity I ]CDp{:1~.$~:~1 IUL~liOIi~io A.~AIIII~.,t ing a huge celebration for July 4and B's'ketb'l game, Dec. 10, 1932 315 ture. Violently interesting is the queer t~ -- i-- --. v ! rm li have asked the Press to announce the Dance, Dec. 24, 1932 .............. 18.00 Announcement was made that the deep sea fish husband that lives ~ I||g~_.~.~ H rh rw w [-Io. n tal l'rldav fact, and we do so, gladly They are Ben. show, Jan. 5, 6, 7, 1933.. 2.00 local Grange had stepped up in t~e fastened to its huge mate. If it lets go ......... "~'~"-- ........ Iv ...... J I arranging zor a great paaraoe, con- Dance, Jan. 14, 1933 ................ 15.16 Grange News advertising contest and certs, ~mpress~ve eeremomes, base Dance Feb 18 1933 the practical wife eats it, and lives ~ I " ' " - , . , ................ 8.1b took first prize, or $20, in the month a widow until another husbandat- Through the courtesy of the tru~- per plate. At this dinner, attended ball, etc., in Seattle Dance, Feb. 25, 1933 .............. 16.5'# of February. A prise of $10 wad taches itself to her - tees of King County's big three-mll- also by the trustees, Messrs. Bowen, Really, though, we believe youcan Dance, Mar. 18, 1933 .............. 32.701also turned in as second prise in the This deep sea fish, called photo- lion dollar health center on Capitol Hall and Harley, and Dr. Van Nor- have more real fun right here in Is- Dance, April 1, 1933 ................ 21.71 sale of Nopco. corynus spiniceps, is more pathetic Hill, Seattle, about fifty newspaper man, the scribes were given an in- sapuah and ha~e a chance at winning Refund County League .......... 14.45 1 Durmg" the lecturer's hour a coupL than the husband of the deep sea men were permitted a thorough ln- sight into the methods and costs of lsome of the prize money Dance, Apr. 15 (B.T.), Game of vocal duets by the Misses Florenca parasite crab, fifty times smaller spection of Harborview hospital on management and maintenance, with ~~-- Apr. 1~, 1933 .................... 37.441Paulsen and Evelyn Sween were en- than its wife, living under one of Friday evening comparisons with other large hospi- BILLIE EVANS TRYING Baseball games, Apr. 23-30 .... 3:0~#ljoyed Ruben Paulsen reported on her flippers. The group was in the building four taIs on the coast. For instance, inFOR DANCING PROGRAM Dance, April 29, 1933 ............ 19.10Stare'Grange meeting and stated the wife s wide mouth, it fastens, with institutions of this kind, from a pre- Harborview: Nurses 157, patients Billie Evans practiced for a show ---~l " its sharp teeth~ on to some part oflmature babe in an incubator on the 450, ratio 1 to 287. Igiven in(the Music Box by the Mer-I Total receipts $592.22t i~.~|~ ~ ~ilo~,Iml the body, lives on her blood, which top floor to the morgue in the base-' (Continued on Page 4) I rick Dancing School.. i Dishurslm~mts i .... ~ .... "~ ...... she does not miss, and they begin ment, containing one body then un- ' .. ., . .., ... 11932: t A nartv honorin~ Mr a,~d M~ housekeeping, identified. [ == Io%l l, John Babiok (peddling 52 Lyh: Burns, who ~" spend ~e =m'- New York- Natural History Mu- Outstanding among the interestJng scum will soon show one of these incidents encountered was witness-I Nkgb 1 strange couples, from the Atlantic ing through a glass partition, an op. [ and Carribean deep waters, the hue- eration for appendicitis, with the band hanging on just above the mind of the patient in a normal con-I wife's eye. dition. Fully aware of what wasI I taking place, able to speak, but with- Mother Nature, d~etermined to out feeling in the region treated.I perpetuate ev~ery species, manages I All wards, whether of children orI it somehow. The female spider,[ adults, held interest, including the I many times as big as her mate, de-gone for feeble-minded, where was ex-I yours him when he approaches with[hibited the bath in which the violentI the best of intentions, unless he is are now treated, locked in with a can. very cautious. [vas slip over and under the patiens~ Nimble, jumping backward and 1 in lieu of the old straight-Jacket forward, as fable tells you, he stud- I treatment. The water, always run-I ies the fat creature that awaltslning, is maintained at any requiredt him. Woe unto him if he comes too ltemperature. On this floor is a[ close, when her mind is on luncheon I court room wherein all such casesI and not on matrimony, l are handled by transporting the[ I"court" to the patient instead of the[ Senor vincente Murill Gonzales lpatient to the court, l of Managua, Nicaragua, is not rich[ The beginning nurses' room, wher~I and when thieves robbed him, { graduates are given final instructionI "leaving ,me with only the suit I in handling equipment "with "dum-] have on, he issued a newspaper my" patients was Interestmg and a~[ front page advertisement. The first evidence of the management to fl'i businesslike appeal to thieves on nally make Qf Harborview the health recur& center of the Northwest. In the] "Prayer to the thieves in Mana- basement is also situated the refrige~- i gut. I earnestly request the thieves ation plant, filled with large ntores( of Managua that they do not stea! of meats an do,her perishable food.~ from the poor, like me. If thieves And with stocks of groceries large,! steal from the poor, these will have than the average city grocery stor~, I to become thieves 'also, and the it is evident that food, aa well as[ thieves' business wll be ruined m all other purchases, are held to mini-[ the end." mum prices through volume pur-] i | eh , 1 Recently, at Boulder Dam, Uncle After the inspection, dinner was) ~am, pro~lng that he ean do things served in the dining room, equalingi In s big way, if "best minds" and the but ~if~y cent dinner available[ ,in the ett at s cost of thirteen e0ntsI K E mer in Eastern Washington, and T Iss, High (basket balls) ...... 21.38 Miss Mar~ Ro~e wh-lee+ +~i, w~ob ~o~. z~, Jonn ~mener vrur~ey to spend the summer with her pa~ xor ra~te)~_ ~, ......................... __ , 3.17 ents in Fairbanks, Alaska, was given 13, ,a~s.rrees (,p.rinting~... 15.52 by several friends at the home of rug. ~ u. r'Iremen s Assocm- . Miss Rogge~ in Preston last Friday ten (dues) 5 02 e l ........................... evening. Thos present inc uded Dec. 22, Postoffice (stamps Mr. and Mrs. Burns, Miss Rogge, and envelopes) 1 75 , " ................... . " Mr. and Mrs, Win. Fritzberg, Mr. and Dec. 27, Iss. Val Grange No [ ~8 II " " Mrs. Phll Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Art 1 (ha rent) 7 52 I ..................... Holmes, Mr. and Mr~ Manne Berg~ I ...... (Continued on Page 2), strum, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ander~on, ...................... I Mrs. Bess Wallace, Mrs. Bill Edwins, I MRS BEAN TO CHICAGO ...... . ann mrs. J~. ~'rytcman. ..... !0~- I Mrs. Bean, one of our'H~gh school _ [teachers, has been appointed delegate FLOWI~.R ~14nw aT Tr~v~ Ifrom the State Educatmnal Assoc a ..... i ......... HALL SATURDAY.SUNDAY ttion to the ~a~ionat ~auca~ionas I,~,o=+i,~ t., ~,i .... ,~h~h ~ll ~,~ The Issaquah Garden Club is spun- ' o ing a flower show in Town Hall [held the first week ~n July. The ........ ~aturaay and ~un~ay Those des~rmg [delegation from this state has about, I IR .t~i.I d~i~c,t,~n programs may get one from eithe~ I I M s. C. W. Peters or Mrs. C. S. Beet~ [ IN DANCE RECITAL of the committee. To one contempla~- j ~r ~tot, eb~k~ ~.,n ~ ~ r, i ing entering flowers a program i~ es- IKasil " tt e;ded= a sential t at the governt eu- r~ a tr~es may be understood North Bend F 'd y evening, wherei ' Patricia, Roberta and Barbara Jean lPL--'~-~-*~!AYFIELD GYMNAS Kastle and Barbara Jean Sellers, who lY ELI) MNAS UM :~ M s Work is progressing nteadily on are pupils 0~ i S Gladys Rees, par-l.. _ "_' t i! . i.u . "~ ~ne ,'ire t~epar~men~ gym in ~ae pray- ticipate& The rectial was repeate~ ~ .; .............. ~..~ :'~ ., c~ ..... .,1...I., l~.ll, i.,.. ..... .,_-- rieJd. 'J'ne $]rs~ iloor 1B laid ~Lntl Isle ~Lb ~llVl,~iltltlil &" llillll IHl~ ISV~|l~l. ~ I -- ~ --. -- ,. --,. _ , ooys hope tO oe anle to open 1~ W~t]~ SPRINKLING REGULATIONS a:&a,ce on Labor Day. ~-- , Effective from this date sprinklinm ~AKE SAL~ ' regulations from the municipal war- M.e. Branson'e class of the ~om. er system will be as follows: munity Sunday school will hold am~ All users east of railroad track other "bake ~le", at the cormrr oi[ .' from 6 to 7 morning and evening. Wold's store next Saturday, be~u~ Went of track from 7 to 8 morning ning at 10 a. m, The proceeds will and evening, be added to the Song Book Fun4 T STELLA ALEXANDER, Mayor. started by the Christian Endeavol~ -'