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November 16, 1933

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JRSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1933 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS. ISSAQU~=~, " .... ~ CO., WASHINGTUt~ PAGE THREE Jordan River bed of the Jordan river ts be- level in Palestine. From Lake h, which is a few feet above sea , tile flyer falls nearly 700 feet Ike Tihorias, and from tllat point s:~ ,, f?l:s ,.,Oil, f e? AND CREAM ] Phone F244 MORNING DELIVERIES / ss tquah Valley Dairy ! :t Pays to Look Well" UL'S BARBER SHOP Special attention to and Children's haircutting Busy these daym testing the 40-mill bill Is ARTItUI{M. BARE,chief deputy prosecutor of KI.g (?ounty, who I~4 hall-. By Art Banfill dl|ng nil the im- portant tax cnse~ arl~Ing from tll~ new laW. Many (Continued from first page) ch,e, are before tlie 4.t,urt~ te~ting t he The Bulldogs' offense was sparked', thelnterpretntiun"bm, at by Langesforce, who is one of the l outstanding backs in the valley. He l carried the ball for most of Snoqual- mie's yardage and also did the Bull- ~ne eu*euth'e seere. tar)' of the newly dogs9 passing and punting, organized ~'ashlng- The Indians' line was weakened by the loss of Darst, an end, who was in- jured in the Bothell game, and Carl- son, center, who was injured in the first half of the game. The Snoqualmie encounter marked ton Automotive T rs d Association. which eomprl~eM tl,, automobile denlerx ILOCAL AND PERSONALI ! Mr. and Mrs. Willian Tattersall of I Eugene, Oregon, visited Sunday and I Monday with the latier's sister, Miss/ ) Isabel Eaves, leaving Tuesday morn-! !ing for hmne bv way of Yakima. I I ,', ] The main/lees of (;ihnan l{ebekah[ l,odge entertained at a nfiscellaneousI [ shower for Mrs. Robert Ferguson i ] (Florence Trigg), whose we(hlingI !took pla