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PACE FOUR THE NEW YEAR WHY do we greet thee, 0 blithe New Year ! What are thF pledges of mirth and cheer? Come.t, k~lght-errant, the wrong to right ? Cosiest to scatter our gloom with light? vWhsrefore tlm thrilh the sparkle and shine in heart and eyes at s word of thine? The Old was buoyant, the O',d was true, The Old was brave when the Old WaS new. He crowned us often with grace and gift; His sternest skies had s deep blue rift. Yet straight and swift, when his hand unclasped, With welcome and joyance thine we grasped. 0 tall us, Year--we are fain to know- What is thy charm that we hail thee so? Through the ether clear, from the solemn sky The New Year beckons and makes reply: "I ~bring Fou, friends, what the Fears have brought Sine* ever nee toiled, aspired, or thought~ Days for labor, and nights for rest; And I brlna you love, a heaven-born guest| Spa~ to work in, and work to do. And faith in that which is pure and true. i W --ASPiRAT NS .......... "I would be true for there are those who trust me; "I would be pure for there are those who care; "I would be strong for there is much to Suffer; "I would be brave for there is much to dare; "I would be friend to all the pool anti friendless ; "I would be giver and forget the gift ; "I would be humble for I know my weakness; "I would took up and love anQ laugh and lift." i, /, )ALBERT BALCH THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON This study in vertical lines has been widely pictured throughout the architectural and building fra- ternity due to its unusual deslgn. Built before the World's Fair, the Hotel Edmond Meany in Seattle, Wash., is an example of modern architocture, new in the U S. Each bay window denotes a corner room. Western exports are deflniteIM' upward states Chester E Roberte, president of Imperial Candy Co, who this month shipped 60,000 pounds of candy to the Orient, Thle is the second large export order this month and the largest ilngle order in four years, These shin are pulling at their lines ready to clear for foreign ~orta with sn- larged cargoes. ~,, After a s--~=;~f about three year~------~ !!iiii!!!!i!iii!!ii!ii!~ii!iiiiii!iiii!!i!i!i~iiiiiiii!iii!i~!~iii~!~: :,,~,,~. ~ "::::: ......... working in Alaska, Hjalmar Berglund .....~iiiiiii:iii!!i!~ ........ "~ .... . .................... !: returned to High Point Tuesday eve- .:. ~ ..... :- ...-:::::~:i::V!~ii~:~: ning. He is staying with his broth- i ::::!. i~ ...... :.:::!:* .....