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February 18, 1933

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i: ::i T &gt; -% 7: % all i ]FOR SALE--Team of draft horses, l weighing about 1500; heavy farm l wagon and harness. Located two MEN VeAWTEDfor Rawlelgh Routes na one half miles north-wet of i Kirkland on Slator road. Van Horn. Price reasonable for immediate sale- I Also small farm machinery, culti-[ rater, plow and Fresno scraper. I B D. 816 Second Ave. Call Sunt i 4414. with d op s " " " :rd'] yor home for $2.50 each complete, $5.00. Phone 37-S-2, Mrs. Clara G " I for 2 or more waves. Work done by 15-1-c. expert on tandard machine, sati- --I faction guaranteed. Phone Botkell VALLEY GEM BAILIFF, Guernsey[ 14-S-4, or w. ite Laura V,'ebr. Be- Bull for service. Sired by the faro_ i theii, Route No. 2. ous CHICONA ][i.,O,-'wr, the out- i .... -- -- standing Guernsey of the Northwest I FOR SALE,---Young Guernsey coWS, with five champion daughters in I you pick of ten- Jersey family cow the two years on the MISSIOW I $13.00, Remstedt, ate 1, BotheU. FARM alone and scores of others .... His Dam SHEILA of Valley Gem. FOR sALE GEL'RNSEY cow 4 years Farm, Grand Dam, GA]NA, of VaN old. L. Imhof, Bothell Dairy Farm. Icy Gem, made 17.000 pounds of 15-2-p. mig :.n :,-ear. V. l: h:.m to your HO%VER HONORS BRIDE ...... v r,' for $3. Residence at OF LAST bIONTH Fish pond on Hollywood road. J. B. l Clyde. Red. 1391 Kirk!and. ! Mrs. Dan Hall, Mrs. M. V. Has " I Brouch, Mls. Fred Lathrop and Mrs. of -- Consumers in and near Coun- ties of North King .North KitLtas and C:.ty of Seattle.Reliable hustler can start earn:rig $25 weekly and increase every month. IWrite im- mediately. Rawleigh Co.. Dept. W H-33--, Oakland, California. , e :00SCHO00QL, , Bathell Junior HI Bothetl 38 Snoqualmie 17) %Va!ters 9 , Fea=on 1 By Jack Ha Brouch Clearer 22 F Blood 3 i M '. Main were hostesses at a m:s- i ellaneous shower at the home of Mrs :Hall Saturday evening February llth. The shower was given in honor of Mrs. Ed Gorlaski (formerly Doris Chambers) whose marriage was an event of last month, l Mrs. Goralki was the recipient of! many lovely gifts which will be use- I ful as well as ornamental in her new 1 home .NEW NEIGHBORS CLUB MEET FIDAY, FEB. 17 The New ,Neighbors Club of Ingle- wood Heights will meet at the home of Mrs. AI Simmons Friday, February 17th. All ladies invited. FOR SALE--Singer Sewing machine, first class condition. Sell for twenty dollars. Homestead Grocer)" :Holly- wood, Wash. S-ER MAI'--Age 40 would like to correspond with young woman, ob- ject matrimony. Ezra Miller. %Vood- ir.d %Vash. '%VILL T.E--.umDer or - value n exchange for car repa:.ring. Guy Ebee, Bothe:l. Phone 2-S-5. I 15-tf-c. ]TRADE--7 H. P. Deisel engine for cow or what have you. mutn, ,,, & G!avel Co. I-S-If. 15-tf-c. i COMPICTET LADY--experienced in practical nursing or work of any kind by the day. Mrs. Underhill, Bo- thell. 15-4-p. The Bothell Junlor Hi school will .M:.g:ore 2 C 2 put on "Gypsy Rover" a very interest- Cranson 1 G Mayran 4 ing operetta February 24. Dakers 2 G Brown 5 I.tdfmg C'hataters Subs: Briggs (2 for McBaine; Pear- Kenneth Morley is playing a "Bypsy son for Miglore; Funal for Cranson. ! Rover". Peg, Feldhousen is the lead-Bothell Plys Redmond .e0t Friday: 0II lecti00 ing lady playing as "Constance" For the second time this year, the Notice Jack George as "Lord Craven" George cagy Bothell Team will meet the Red- i Shaskey as "Sir George Mortingale'" mcnd Indians next Friday. Februa" Earl Taylor as "Captain Jerome" 17. on the Redmond floor. The Cou- The following officials are to vote I Mary Rodgers as "Nina", Herbert gars will have a great disadvantage on by The Town of Bothell at tke Davies as "Matte", Delores King a playing in that gymnasium, especially election to be held March 14, 1. "Zar", Calvin Devere u "Sinfo", with Old Man Flu cutting down the Two Oouneilmen for two yeLr teI. I Hen Anderson as "Meg". strength of the quintet. The Redmond  Trmurer for one y@Lr tern. I The "GYPSY Rover" will be given Seeonds, however, are preparing to: Any cStl$n wiing t  for &my i at the Hi School auditorium, tumble the Cougar pups from the of these officN must do io with the It will be one of the most colorful throne of the Second Team Division Town clerk on or hefore February 12, operettes that the Junior Hi has ever League, and that game should be the i1933. presented, th:iHer of the evening. Because the: VAUGH BOS$.EY, Championship is at stake, the Bothell Town Clerk Cougars Defeat Kirkind Seconds are expecting to p:,ay their' __ best game this season. Little can be The Bothell Cougars chalked up two expected, h6wever without the sup- more victories last week-end, out- port of the students. la.hin the Kirkand Hornets 25-18 ............ on Friday night, and out-:unnin the .eends Le in Overtime Period Snoqualm:e Eul'.dozs ?-17. the fol:ow- In a ".vi!d and de.=pe, ate basketball ing ni:ht F, oth a:n were f:ecely game. the. Couzar pup on Saturday fought with indivlduai p:a:,'ers show- were defeated by the Snrtualmie ing pmsonat antagon:sm. Bothe:i'.-: S,-cond 22-21 It wa:-" ]n the five min- fai'.tne to h:t the .baqcet !n the K:rk- "ate eve:irate pe:io.'t that the contes t lar, d 'mn kept that .-r:o;e close all was dec:ded. Providing the fans with the way. E..hib:tir.g for the first time one of those hair-raisers in which an Oregon State zone defense. The f:rst one team and then the other was HorneL appeared to be a very ira- two points ahead, the two quintets proved ball team. with Cook showing played bang up ball. Outstanding was the largest advance. According to the basket-eye of Neal of Snoqualmie Coach "POT," Keeney the Snoqualmie who accounted for !3 _po_!n Valley tournament will be between Coming back with a vengeance in Bothell and Kirkland. the second half. the Kirkland second Hampered greatly bv the loss of - team defeated the Bo'h,,ll hoopsters Johnnle Mlgioe and "i,,m C,th.-,,n at- at)or they" had pried up a lead of 1-7. ter the first qua!te, the Sr.h, ol Mr;t r,f the sra!:,ng for the (:ouars bad, erects, led by .l:,ck C;,.a',o:. a,!,t,.d w- :=t:d em the' houldo: of Jim Hun- one mere "o b,..: :i-" .Z ":i ;:hi,ha. .: who k-p' th,, K.:k'.'n,l ,basket busy CD-;dot a!,,':'" !,,fra',.,l "h,. .i,:" :. "a "" 11 .-'.'.'l-h,.: "r. ho:::.' won the l,'l'.'.,Iogs. I:iK;I]'-' ,r, 22 ;,c,:nL: ;n tho u;.. o ".,u.-'.':" in ',he ]a::t (lll::e. 1 , ,f th,':q .n "!.,' "-' i:'lf. ... q ,.;,..?. 'in,. 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Clearer 12 F }lepfe: t{,.:m 1 F lV':]'n:s Miglore 3 C (%ok  M,',hn 2 F Neal 13 Cran.on 2 G Plummer 4 l-:dward 7 C landsberry 1 Dakers l'oton 4 Hunter 3 G Holstine 2 Subs: PearsOn for Miglore; BJork- Campbell 2 G landforc@ ,and 4) for Hepfer; Yanat (2) for Sub: ,2) fo Hunter Dav:es ransom 2 for Landberry, Annual Chicken" Dinner i - We make We make, M I B. and [, Guarantee TREAT Y( URSE TO THE BEST Special Offer Five l'ounds Smoking ()l)a ,co $1.00 Kentucky Burley Leaf Smoking Tobacco. pipe, cigarette or The cream of the crops. Fine and Free from all chemicals other adulteratioYs. No cy packages, no deeoratic just quality and lots of Five pounds will make large sa,.ks of sniol:in at twLts of ehewi]l (-II'o to eonsmu(-r. (:nd us 8] and we will promptly you a 5 lb. package of tuekv Burley Tobacco." t F ' Entertalnmen _ ARMER S COMPANY Old Time Dancing 207-208 McOlure Bid Frankfort K( Kenvaore Community Club PAKS Friday, February 1 Correct UNSANITARY Feeding Habits When v()u feed Pak II)ere's no da.ger'of h)fecled I)ird- ,I-pl)i"" Feed in hol)Ir-m lilh'r. ,.r *.ah.r ILl be l)i,'ked up later I) a),,?h,'r. Earl* bird gets il- I)rOl ;rr .hare -f I l ee.tial t'rrd r.nlai.,'d in l'ak ,j mh'r "to. t r.lh'd-lmlam'e.'" &llr are the .lanufarhlrer ,)f l)ak,. LBERS CHICK STARTER PAKS ALBERS PULLET GROWER PAKS ALBERS EGG MAKER PAY':: WOODINVILLE MERC INC. Dinner 6 to 8 p. m. kdults 25c All for Kids 1 PR