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r + PAGE TWO THE ISSAQUAH PRESS ---OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF ISSAQUAH-~ Published Every Thursday at ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON Subscription Rates: One Year, in advance .................................................... $1.50 Six Months, " _ ................................................... 1.00 Three Months, " . .................................................... 75 Entered as second-class matter on October 27, 1916, at the post- office at Issaquah, King County, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ~M. A. BOYDEN .................................................. Editor.Publi=her THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON TIIURSI)AY, t)'''bA I,,MBER ...... l .......... +he+ew ..... ...... i i A,O,.,T N,GHT 1934 Ford V.8 Model + Announced _. (Continued from first i nccd a class in arithmetic ship. Certain vocational sub i so listed, as agriculture, J repair or other branches i making, etc. i Issaquah could have such !in operation next week if !persons could be secured Fill in the following leave it with Mr. Thomas at' School or with Mr, J. H. the postoffice: Date Supt. Thomas: The is over 16 years of age, to enroll in your adult SO, LET IT GO. procedure, is not to be questioned, and perhaps the whole matter profit- study. The lynching of two alleged kid- ably may be laid aside with the ob- 1. nappers in California gives rise to a servation that what has been done i2. variety of thoughts. First, there is cannot be undone. Refinements In the design of the radiator and hood and more luxurious interiors feature the appearance of the 3 the obvious theoretical comment that new Ford V-8 for 1934. The de luxe Tudor is shown above Dual down draft carburetion and dual Intaks ~ . the lynching was wrong, even though An American film actor has been manifold give the engine greater power, the car increased pickup and speed. A clear-vision body ventilation (List your first choice of the entire countryside may have par- arrested in Mexico for appearing in l + system also Is introduced in the new Fords. Signature : ....................... tieipated in it, and that the regular public with nothing on but a blanket, f ' ' I If you haven't time to .... ity of the people want the common ~ ~ .......... administration of criminal law must which .... he shpped off during his ac- 'wealth to obtain from the liquor traf-;-: ~ pupils the prevailing tendency is to the school house, you may be respected, conformed to, and up- txvttles,, whence tt appears that thel .......... ! C~ | I rr~ _ ._ * t compare the achievement of each pu- Banfill at the Reading le every posslole D]~ oi revenue an+~ held. standard of conduct expected in Mex-I " j ~('rlNil"tl INI~IP~ ~ i ........... at the same t~me kee aJ~as,,],J$ a~ i~,~ p J w~n ms own capacity ~or acmeve There is, however, another and ice is a grade above that which char-] " p the retail price! lVi~'~ t _!the Bank, Thursday, Fr With= ment and not, as in earlier years, urday forenoons of this practical side to the situation, acterizes some American motion pic- within reason so that bootlegging can-I the two kidnappers dead, and withltures Inot flourish again. Discussions by State School with the achievement of other pupils, understands the plan and the body of one of them reduced tel " _~...- .... ~_ However, those opposed to the l It is now recognized that there are to explain it more fully. a cinder, the vicinity of San Jose SHOULD NOT RETAIL state or any other municipality going and Civic Leaders, syndicated aspects of school life other than will be noted carefully by criminals - into business, also oppose the stateI through the Washington Educa- scholarship which vitally affect the HIGH POINT of the kl na er Motorman of the state pay a sates "d pp type as a poor place " . . going into the liquor business; or the~ tlon Association. individual's chances for success andi A birthday surprise was m whmh to earr on tax of 40 per cent on their motor ' y their operations, ice business, or in fact the retailing t happiness. Therefore newer mark- Mrs. W. Anderson of High ing systems provide for the marking Friday. Those present San Jose will probably enjoy a de- fuel. *, or wholesaling of milk, butter, eggs, THE MEANING OF" SCHOOL of cretain character traits such as Peterson of High Point and gree of peace not known to other The question is now raised why cheese or any other commodity. parts of the country, ithe users of alcoholic drinks should MARKS initiative, industry, cooperation, and Cedarholm and Mrs. F. not be willing to pay a similar tax trustworthiness. Each of the traitslIssaquah. * * * California laid the basis of its civ- on hard liquors. Chinese pirates renew their activ- By W. H. Dunn, principal of the is given a position on the report cardI Another birthday itles. Perhaps piracy is the only Junior High School, Vancouver.equal in prominence to that of schol- held Tuesday for Miss Elan ilizatiOnof vigilanceand ordercommittees,On the whoperatintook This should be the way out for the game in which the Chinese have any -- -- t arship. Thus does the modern schooll of High Point. Those things into their own hands, and left state, as many of those now in Olym- chance of coming out ahead, when Marking systems vary with locali- avow its interest in and responsibil- i Mr. and Mrs. C. evil-doers dangling at the end of rope pin, studying the liquor control prob- foreigners are concerned. in short order. The success of the lem, believe, ties and, in some instances, even with lity for the development of the whole]children, Mr. and Mrs, E. schools in the same district or sys- child and not as in former years, and sons and daughters a western civilization, founded on that There is no question but a major- Distinguishing Pearls tern. Usage ranges from the tradi-]his intellectual life only. I Mrs. F. C. Manning, all cf Pearls of culture generally possess atonal percentage system to the ex- a finer structure than those of accl- GIVE A BOOK THIS CHRISTMAS dental growth, or the naturals, but it tremely progressive idea of no marks Is almost impossible to distinguish be- at all. Best and latest non-fiction; also fiction (Zane Grey, Temple Bailey, twsen the two kinds except by cutting The modern idea of school marks and others), Children's Books, Boys' and Girls' Books..:..Also Xmas the pearl and examining the cross, has three outstanding characteristics, New Cards, Calendars, Bibles and Framed Pictures. Leave your order section, a general estimate of the child's work at THE READING ROOM,' Issaquah ........... -- ............................... and the marking of some things oth- / er than scholarship, and measure- ing cold, w~ rhent of each child's achievement in weather terms of his individual capacity. In 30e]o more DIRECTOR place of the old percentage system' F. k FISHER, FUNERAL Saturday, Dec. 16 in which pupils were marked on the startedoff FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES -- at -- basis of how nearly they reached a common standard of prefeetion (100 an extra Our most considerate attention is at your dispmal at all times GRANGE HALL per cent), the majority of schools for buying Calls answered daYwAsHOr night lssaquah favor a system of letters or figures GooDYEAR C.oody,=, == I, AQUAH -- such as A, B, 0, ,:,, and E or F; or Phone M212 , -------" WALLY'S 1, 2, 8, 4, 5. Each letter or figure TfactionTire' has a general value which is usually Cente~.~t Si, gzi)W~ EVERSTATE BAND defined on the report card. Because pA~ttyt~vr~ |., ~ O0 grip and Admission 25c of the varying abilities of individual S~S~ ~VP 4af ~ br1"Eo yRg~ ~ Mou Center .+. n _,.,.+,,..,,o. ..... m A., co.=l treads durint t 9.re ,,+ + ; Other Haulin at Right Price "/c. Pho.o as2 S a l e s Service Issaquah Phone 412 /i,(" j + OVENSERVE New and attractive. Guaranteed to withstand oven heat. A real qualit f at a low price. Modern shapes for table service. Beautifully embossed in Orange color. e CHROMIUM CAST IRON SKILLETS Ready for instant use. Will not discolor. Easy to clean. Handsome and durable. Priced-- 6.inch .7 7-inch .85 e-inch 'J.9 ELECTRICAL GOODS. Always Useful and Prachcal ELECTRIC IRONS ................................ $1.3 to $6.95 ELECTRIC TOASTERS .................... $1.45 to $8.80 ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS ............ $2.98 to $9.90 ELECTRIC WAFFLE IRONS .......... $3.49 to $11.85 ELECTRIC CURLING IRONS ................ 7,9 to $1.9S ONE BURNER PLATES .................... $1.00 to $3.55 TWO BURNER PLATES .................... $2.25 to $7.95 ELECTRIC POP-CORN POPPERS ........ 98c to $2.10 Zenith Marvel WASHING MACHINES ........ Zenith Maid WASHING MACHINE ........... $79.50 CROSLEY REFRIGERATORS, No. 35 .... ,...$99.50 Call and see these gifts, as listed, together w th" many other attractive and useful gifts. Make this a practical Christmas I | BERET and SCARF GIFT STOCKINGS I BOXED I Lso rne " t I SETS All Silk Chiffons, or, HANDKERCHIEFS, J A gift to wear Service Weights , Fresh and New 95c and $1.49 Specially priced at-- _ .. , .... ; 49c 59c 79c 89c I ames Three m a l a:d $1 iS a P:ir 1 Spcial at 19c to $1.50 t CHILDRENS' PUP- 1 10o. 25(: and 49c UNDERWEAR GIFT BA2"H PANT t FINE SILK LINGERIE l IES AND VESTS ...... ; ..... SETS ] ........ | a ;lns ann repes DRESSES All sizes I PANTIES AND SETS t LUNCH CLOTI ._ "' $1.95; Others, $1.00 79c and $I.00 1 $1.2S . } _ and .SET$1a Choice Selection of PAJAMAS } Slips, Gowns, Pajamas } Beautiful patter I APRONS $1.39 a Pair | at $1.95 and $2.95 42-inch to 54-inC Perfect39 -69cfitting'- $1.00full Eachsizes l 59c to $1.59 End rAN] LADIES' SILKI OBES . SCARFS $2.49 $2.95 - $3.49 49(: 69c - 79c mm