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THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1933 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON PAGE THREE a i I II I I I IIlI It~r,A! AMn DUD~AL summer in Alaska, returned home on,0 - 0 "" THE ISSAQUAI I THEATRE L.U~/'U.~ nA,aJ ai.da~,,o~l.lAlz-s, i A ,. t~. s i OE'('~plE'~o~ E'%rt'~UAl~lf'E I __ Thursday and joined Mrs. Nixon a~[ Uommunlzy t, nurcn I sa~J a,,--~ ,'-~a~L-,s~.~ I Mr Clark of Calgary, Alberta, was the B. A. White home The NixonsI 0 ~ ---------- 0 .... a week end guest at the L. J. Harris left for Spokane yesterday. Mr R. I Case will be guest speak- FOR,RENT--Lower story of Odd -ibc- ..... 8i00 P"M. ....................... -----2S-~- | * * * "" " " i - Fellows hall A large mercantile home .......... er .--! l er next ~unaay morn ng at eleven ' " I , , , Ins .~atsses ~s[ner t, arnck ana ~e e-l|> o'clocz." " The pastor has his~ vacation room in choice }ocation. See Dr. THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY, AUGUST 17.18-19 I A marriage license was issued m anor Fscher and Betty Be of S a ],h .... h~o .~,,-A--s r-, ..... i.. . Gibson, Issaquah. "~'Lean ~ aa~rus-Jer" I' Seattle Saturday to Walter Vance tle left Saturday afternoon for Sea- ~ ......... "_" .~":--'" ....... ~ ~" --- ............................ Thomas of Snoquahnie Falls and El- side, Oregon, where they will spend his pulpit ~ep~emoer ~. , FOR SALE--Your choice of Jersey --NEWS-- n len J. Isotalo of Issaquah. their vacation. ] Sunday school meets at ten o clock; or Guernsey bull, 10 months old. H.B. Warner, Evelyn Brunt, Ned Sparks, LeT Cody, Marceline Day| . . . * * * J everyone is urged to bring his guests Victor Tuomala. Miss Ferol Tibbetts underwent an Mrs. Neal Lee, Washington Chil-land week end visitors .................................. I operation for appendicitis at the Co- dren's home worker, was over fromI In the evenin~ we meet at the FOR RENT--6-room house, large "Hell's House" I lumbus hospital, in. Seattle.. linquentSeattle Tuesdaygirls Mrsin theLeeintereStis a Ofsisterde- mPlavgrund" grandstand for the Sal-garage': 1 lot, . on Mine. street. $5 In Pat O'Brien, Junior Durkin, Bettie Davis 1 I -. -- ro am a* "'"^ advance. Inquwe at this office. Douglas Crane visited in Seattle[of Mrs. GoodhueShe was engaged[patron .~rmy p gr ~~u. i ........................... I last week the guest of relatives, in the same work a number of years[ The enrollment at last week's I State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance SUNDAY - MONDAY, AUGUST 20-21 n , fin Spokane {Young People's conference reachesI State Farm Life Insurance Miss Evelyn Coutts of Seattle was * * * ~125, with 20 or moreto~additinal vis-I Legal Reserve Insurance "The ~:;n-'s Vacation" ! a guest of the Ralph Darsts last week.! Mr. and Mrs. Nell Cooper and their[itors who did not regist.r. A splen-/ Avs;lshl~ o an,, one at L~w Cost I * * * [daughter Pat of Tacoma visited last|did time was had by all. [Ph'o'ne'6-~:2 ~C W ~e*e~s A~'en (George Ariiss) ] Mrs Anna Hilton of East Stun ~ ~ , s ' " "[week at the Frank Castagno home. [ S.E. ANDERSON, pastor, t " - " " NEWS -- "NOW YOU TELL ONE" (Charles Chase) [ wood arrived last evening to visit[ * * * [ ~ [ ....... "TRAIL OF THE SWORDFISI1 .... FORGOTTEN ISLAND"] with her cousin, Mrs. Nina Tjerne. George O'Brien,William, Oliver [ ab ~ ai ~ [ Growth of Bamboo * *_ * [~a a~hur Talus and E Mattila[ ~~ ~ ~ I~l In tts ear y stages timber bamboo L. A. Nixon, fter spending thelreaehed home Friday afternoon afterl~, m i~ |~~ resembles many of our common having spent the fishing season in~ - ~i ~~[. ] grasses The leaves are long aml nar- i Alaska. They report a poor run of ] ~ p ~-- ~~ ~'~ i row and the canes or stems are green- [i [ ' ... . . .. , salmon tins season.. . I' &.&m.lh..m lgt~.|..l~.~...i .r~.....~. .... ..-.*..... . grasses the timber bamboo has creep- ]|.,. THR C LA aR ONT I |~.tltt SOOn De here again I miss....... ~irtcKa mastman anct Leslie' ~ tl lng underground stems or rhizomes. II " Ida and Oliver' ' " They ~pread from the parent plant in I t ]GOOD GRADES depend Re,n, of Seattle and [ (Continued from f~r~t page)[ all directions, new e-es or buds de ] ~= ~ ~= ~ ~ I Kanamen of Preston are camping at ____ I re" on t: ' , " - .. : I ..... i ', I I.~. I~-- If~ (~ I'~ .- v s- ~ m t I I .rap ne rmz( mes, from wmcn , / I" " v ....... l [Firwood Park this week. ]the fact that the United States At-[ spring new plants. After a few years 1~. ~,!( " "'"!~~ I I Fo~ Years of-rescribinff l [...,r - miss ..... l~atflerme*" *""*'williams...... O.L ~al[rangements that will make kidnap-[ the grve has increased In area and ! l- . ] -(~~~~ [ I __J z:~..._- -1 ..... : ...... 1 [ ....... [pmg hereafter extremely dangerous, I its 70-foot stems 4 to 5 inches in di- .1 I an., utu.g $ ,~s~s ~s Vuut It~o..Alberta was ~ne gues~ o~ U~l t I " I .. _. / ~---a, , , . - IwJth robabilitvof conviction in- ameter waving In the breeze pres- ! assurance tnat sere, your I[uncleL J Harris, Weanesuay tol P . , - I . ' .- - '.., I| = .-- . -- t , tcreaseo at least 1000 per cent I ent a u~agn;tlcem: appearance. /vner. // chdd's eves wall receive 'Sunda I " I , y. / . . . " [ever cotton ,viii grow bamboos will // ireful ex ere attention * * * / ' thrive sa s the C ~ P s " " ' " in , , y Department of Agrl- I so v,t. tO Good Grade, I IM,ss Eve, Le s ,s--,st,ng / The,earths greatest wealth is inl cuitore I/ I and Health. Give your boyI ]the Issaquah St:t:a?:~ik,n while Mmslnature s fertility. Everybody knows[ ........................ " ] / " I I ...... I ,Garner is on he " |that half a dozen shad, if all their' ]I ~~1~ ~ ~ ~ 15J~N~...~ l or girl an even cnancewtm , , , ~:~ 1 I their classmates . Arran-el.I II Mrs . G . F . Goodhue, Mrs. = Chas~. _'E' [yung nee grew uP and raised faro" IFRIDAYlilies, would fill the oceans solidly full| o,~c,r~aascand SATURDAY I Ill I now for a complete exam,I I Settle of Seattle, and mrs. r~. A. [,f ~hoa ~ o ........... a +ho+ th. [ --orr4"t"~L-- / I " -: '~7~-'~-'~ -~'z ::~" ~ I - ......... izemate oyster lays millions of eggs. I [/ e # ' "~ ination of their eves 1 IShearer and Gwynfin Brown of R n-~:" ~';" ...................... [ l1 . I | J ton, are guests oz mrs. ~. A. ~oyuen/ /T..T..... ~-T .... |/ A artment ] .... ~ l~j ~xu~Hu P Im t a a T v- e, Itoday at a b rthday d,nner, hers=ty-/ When destruettve sharks and otherf _ P [i --- Hotel Ill U i IZD [fifth anniversary. [fish are killed off, as wolves have[OVEN BAKED BEANS l/ " I ............... :1 I ~ Sheen killed in sheep raising countries,[ Just like home baked. I/ Seattle's ]~inest Downtown Apartment Hotel i IOPTI~L ~OMPAIqYI I .., . ithere will be more fish of the finest[ rla'~r ~h~-" I/ ONE BLOCK TO STAGE DEPOT / I H.C. MORRISON.SUCCUSOa I [ ..... s arr;~a~fled b- a stran-e [kind than ten times the present pop-IT _x~J~ ~'~--.__ n .... !/ Close to the Shopping Centers and Theatres I e m ~ ~aruraus[ y g z 1 -" f tl~e e rth could use i~g. ~-OZ. C~tIIS ...... ~ IOI" ~CI/ I /410 UNION STREETI lash washed up from the ocean. A[usan a " I l/ / L$b ~ ~ A T T / I~ Jd~ I tentative theory Is that someone has [ A dispatch from Baton Rouge, La.,/Hanm~ Home Fine- / Daily with bath---beginning at $1.50 single, $2.00 double 1 =,,, .~ b r, -- . =-- ~ ~s~ dumped his bridge prizes at sea.--De ltells of the "crawfish run" in milions,[_ r~g ........ 'Y_ I/ Daily without bath--beginning at $1.00 single, $1.50 double I ,om~szax us SECO~ avm~m [ trolt News. Iblackening of the highway for a dis-[ anta Clara I~KUNL:~ I/ Apartment suites with full hotel service, daily--/ ~ ~ ]tance of five miles, with natives shop-12 pounds for .................... 21c I/ beginning at $2.50 for one person, $3.00 for two persons / ~ .~ II [eling the crawfish into bags and pass- [ [ ] . Low Weekly and Monthly Rates / V~ ~ .... "-----1 II/i"g automobiles crushing thousands/Happy Home | / II P~F II ~I II[of them. * , . I MUSHROOMS ',/ "YOU WILL LIKE THE CLAREMONT" / iI " Dehclous on steak Ir~J ~ ~4~..1~ ~ij[i~l l! in the last twelve months the world ~. " __ / FOURTH AT VIRGINIA SEATTLE, WASHINGTON J II 112 . . I Illhas used 24,725,000 bales of all kind.~] t'er can ............................ loci[ " " i II[of cotton, against 23,007,000 in the .. vv I IIIllillllllllllillllllllllllllllllllIIlIIIIIIlIII I ~ ~ ilipreeeding twelve months Amerlcanl nappy r~ome 1 We Do All Kind. of Hauling Business Every Business DayI __ __ -~m=- II[cotton used in the last twelve monthsi LARGE RIPE OLIVES ] S[[ ERA M i'liAt FIRST! III"''~"'~""~"~'''''' _~.,w..._ ,, m of 1,620,000 bales over the preceding Per can ............................ 10c Seattle and Coalfield, laaaquah, High Point, Preston, Monohon, I I"-- ...... .............. Illr'. Happy Home Elliott and Cedar Grove, and all way places[] ' III Thl~ i~ good newm for Americanln~a~,e~,~,.,o~ ! : T., .N-,T OOO VAL.II'oot=--owe. -- UES IN TOWN, BE SURE TO i. ~ ~t ~t , s ; L...-. A Ill ' IPmts ...... 2So, Quarts...... 43c G I SEE MUTUAL G R O C E R I E S t.l I I A. ,,-,, ,,.s, ,.,, Aquality Mayonnaise at issaquah Transportation Co., In. GAINS WILL APPLY FOR FRI- a " tXI~ SATUROA .ONOA II/,nto the city of Denver, following 1 a very low price. AuTo FREIGHT AND TRANSFER I ' ' ' IIIcloudburet. The damage, thanks toI NORWEGIAN SARDINES Seattle Depot--Railroad Ave., Dearborn St. and Railroad Way I' I ~' ~ ""'=" I|[instant precautions, was comparative-[ Packed in Olive Oil | ~~ ~ BEST FOODS H|ly slight, althou~gh considerable sec-]~. . tions of the city were flooded.~'er can ............................ bc U.S. ~ I . lsaaquah 1 Telephone Main 394 Washed Sand and Gravel B Applications for bus driving post-,Johns Openfront Grocery ,................m........--..... PINTS II/tions, in writing, will be accepted[ ......... = " "_ _ ~-- ...... Hlby the clerk until Thursday evening,[ W DO OUH E " QUARTS -H/Auzust 17. All driverSwholemUSt be will- ,,llling to drive the term or as STALEY'S I.LB. PKG. ~[long as the busses run, and will be so li[bonded. Bids for supplying coal to the Is-i PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT COMPANY VAN CAMP'S PER CAN Pork & Crescent Vacuum Peeked 1 -LB. CAN NO'21 CANS LB. BAG QUART Old English PE,, PKG. o.,,o Italian Prunes CANS Cocoanut White Soa ' BA. Libby's Deviled Meats i i Pure Cane LBS. White King Soap "" HORMEL'S MINNESOTA PER LB DUNBAR LITHO CAN 2.~" 2, saquah Schools will be opened at the special meeting to be held August 17. Olive Bayh, Clerk School Dist. 212. FRATERNAL ORDER5 ISSAQUAH VALLEY GRANGE No. 581. Mo~t~ second and fourth Mon- day of each month, 8 p.m., Grange Hall. W.V. Bradloy, MMter, Mrs. C. L. Olgon, Secy. GILMAN ENCAMPMENT No. 43, I. O. O. F.Meet$ every second Sat- urday at Imquah and every fourth Thursday at Rodmond. Visiting Pa. triarchs welcome. R. G. McKee, C. P.; E. J. Lindman, Scribe. MYRTLE LODGE No. 108, F. & A. M. Meot~ first Saturday in each month. Ernest J. Llndman, W. M.; Thos. F. Drylle, Secy. CENTURY CHAPTER No. 68. O. E. S. Me~;s second and fourth Wed- nRday in Mmtonie hall. Htzel Ek, W. M., Minnie Schomber, Secy. GILMAN LODGE No. 69, I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday evening. Theo. Kinnune, N. G.; L. H. Smart, Secy. GILMAN REBEKAH LODGE No. 59 I. O. O.F. Meat~ first and third Wednesday of each month, at I. O. O. F. Hall. Mary trinnune, N. G.; Ruby Lindman, S~ey. -- BEAUTY -- -SHOPPE SPECIALS- Shampoo and Marcel ........7So Shampoo and Fingerwave .... 75c Facial .......... Wet Wave ........ 25 Henna Pack ...... 1.00 -- HOME -- - BEAUTY SHOPPE - THE PEOPLE HAVE NOT BEEN ROBBED DE THEIR HERITAGli| July 3t, t93~ To our CMtomer~ : No. the people have not been robbed of their heritage. True, the waters of the State are God-glven-~o is the land the farmer tills--m are the great forestt--~ b gold and coal, f~h and beef, butter and esgs. As matter o| fact, all b~ineu originates from a utilizatlon ol natural resources. Now just because the idle waters of our rivers have been put co work through the investment of the savings of thousands of folks, it does not follow that the public has been robbed of its heritage, li this were true, then anybody who spent his savings and devoted his energy and bility in making neturai remurces avaihble for the common good would be guilty of the ~ame charge. Rw waterin s river is one thing, but the tame river pm to work to ease the burdens of mankind and turn the wheels of induttry k something entirely different. A~ e matter of [act, the water k otilized only adman- tartly for power generation and is then turned back into the river where k is a~till available for many other useful purpm~. It takes milllont of d011ars to hsrne~ river for power development. In the.early day, apeclally when elactrictty wes in im experimental stage, something to be afraid Of, it took courage and vldon to put lutrd-etrned dotal into concrete dam~ and mytarinu~ electr;cai equipment--to erect pole and string wlr~ to remote are~, and tO acquire lands and flowage rights. The real question is, are the people better off as a result of the development of this natural resource? The enswer is e big YES. Certainly rivers utilized for power development constitute more of an asset than if permitted to run on pnharnessed. Thus electricity has been made a valuable servant at a low cost over wide areas, bringing to the people tangible benefiu from their heritage. Sincerely, m PltlIIDINT P. S.---Ovar ~100,000,000 hu been put into the Puget Sound Powe~ ~ Light Company.by people who had faith ia the fairness of thc fo~ks who llve hers and in dm (utur~ of thi ~reet country. 0