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Saturday. Sept. 16. 1933. The Bothell SeaOnl t ! ! 1 :j i -[ :+ :+ i+ + :! t v BOTHELL SENTINEL WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE BEST L-&apos;TERESTS OF BOTHELL AND VICINITY. Kntered as second class matter September 15. 190& at the Post Office at Published l'eekly by The Gregory Publishing Company Ed. F. Gregory, Editor r. and -is. Phil Marsh sailed last Subscription-$1.(J0 per year Payable in-Advance- Tuesday On the S S. Santa Rosa for - California where the)" will stay for a month. True economy is that which ut)tains the largest pos- sible return for the dollar spent. Truer economy is to pend that dollar at a time when it will I)ring tlh. nl,,st. We have had a number uf years ,,f extreme depres- sion. I)riees have dropped t<, mlima'=inal,lv l,,w h,vels. Buying power has been ,.h, set,, n,,n-t'xish'nt. Tll,.it. was money in the country--but l,ersmc< wh,, had surpluses were afraid to spend. They went withuut needed articles in order to keep their sax4mgs intact. They pernfitted property to fall into costly disrepair. If the)" pursue that timid poli,.y any 1,,nger. the)" are going to be literally out (,f lu,.k. That hoarded m,,nev is going down in value now. The wvrth ,,f the d,,llar de- pends entireh" upon what it will buy. Six m,,nths from n<av it will hue mu,.h less than it will 1,uv t,,dav. In (,ther wor4s, if you kee l) m,,nev in a n,m-pr,,du,-tive tate at present it anlomits t,, thr,,win,_, a ,'eltain 1,t.r,-entazo of it away. '1)1l call g'et llla.illllllll vahle frt,lil \\;,,111' lll, ql+v Ollly by putting it t,, use. There was never a 1,etter time to in- stall a new heating l,lant, t,, tel,air ,,r rel,la,., a r,.,f, t,, build or rebuild, to paint or do a th,msand similar things. Every dollar so spent will appre,.iate in value, and what it buys will. in a very short time. have a market value mm.h in ex.ess af what y,m paid. Think it over! True saving now is tlu-ough wi spending. Miss Eileen Wheeler ts now attend- Miss Clella Jacklin was a guest last !ing .Vilson's Business College She is week-end of her cuusm Don Jacklin making her home with her father J. O. Wheeler in Seattle. :the building formerly occupied by the Bothell Land Co. to the Bothell Hotel Building next to Caspell's barger shop. .',Its. Aznold Mohn entertained at her home last Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Lloyd F. Gates who left Sunday for Chicago. Mrs. Gates was accom- panied on her trip by Miss Marvel Hennesey. at Cosmopohs Beach. The L. E. Gardner family visited ma Sunday. Mrs. C. C. Graham, her son Richard and Miss Clella Jacklin made a trip to Vancouver, B. C. last Thu;sday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tallman and family visited in Ellensburg with rela- tives over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. F. :ft. C'nsman of Ed- monds accompanied by Mrs. Robert Meyer and her brothm Frank Hogan made a trip to Yakima Tuesday. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Certo, while it lasts ................................................... 22c Genuine Ball jar rings, per dozen ........... 3c Presto Quart Jars, per dozen ....................... 95c Made-Rite Pudding Powder in assorted flavors, 4 pkgs. for 30c (and 2-oz. bottle Vanilla extract free. Crystal White Soap Chips, 2 for ................. 23c Liberty White L'dry Soap, 12 lg. bars 25c Toilet Tissue, 6 rolls for ..................................... 25c Purina Dog Chow, in bulk, per lb .......... 10c Danish Squash, 2 for ............................................. 9c Chinese Egg Noodles, 3 for ..................... 25c Gamble's Cash & Carry Miss Josephine Nims visited with Miss Bern;ce Enge:. former member her parents Sunday. of the faculty of Bothell high school, was a guest at ",he Lloyd F Crates Mrs. Margaret Meyer of Seattle s home severa: days ias t week visiting with her son. Robert Meyer and family here this week. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Terry have the:., two gtandchihhen stayln ith tb.em while their daughter. M:s. Frank Max- well and her husband ate at:en,l:ng the World's Fai. C. E. GREASON. M. D. [ Physician and Surgeon [ I Corner First and Fir Sty. / / Bothell Telephone Co. Loc and Long Dlsmnce Service to all P01ntal "USE  TEIAEHONE-- IT'S FASTER" Loyd F. Gate, M4r. BotheE Wash ngz. c  Announcemen t! ....... 1 f.+ d "I) 12..;,,I ............. .,,a. t*t,t, +,,. .... ,,. t.,,,_,,..,t a, txaaauuiic tll olin. ins of The llome Town Bakery, in the Hanna ll,ihli,9, ,,n Saturday, September 16th. On that day from 9 a. m. to 6 ],. m.. they invite you to call and ro,.oix'e Free Coffee and Cake (< 'llihlren must be a,.,.Oml,anied by their parents) cr Home Town Bakery to o u r rt " On August 1st of this year, Chevrolet announced a blanket wage increase as well as the adoption of a 71 -hour 5-day week and the employment of 12.000 additional men. This age increase'was the second in the last 4 months. Chevrolet having been among the first to put a blanket wage increase into effect. We feel that the President's recover.v program de- serves the whole-hearted support of every citizen and manufacturer in America. It is a bold, swift, coura- geous plan to start the ball rolling tm, ard econ.mie recovery. Its sincerity is unquestioned. Its ol,jee- tires are admiral,lP. And the direct, forceful steps the Presi,l,.||t an,t his asswiates are taking to make it a ,'U,','e-,. ,h,mht stir the pride and admirati,m t,f e ere Anlerican. W are pr<md an,I glad to do our part. And we are deeply gratefid to the American pcal,lr for the patronage that has enabled us to anticipate the present recovery program and to play our part today. After all, the immense number of men era. ployed by Chevrolet is a direct resuh of the con. tinued preference America has shown for Chevrolet. "7"ITH President Roovelt's acceptance of the W NRA Automobile Code. Chevrolet, the world s largest builder of motor ears, officially begins operations in acc,,rdance with the administration's recovery program. Ahhough the oflMal code was signed onh- a few days ago. it u ill be of interest to Chevrolet's many frienls to learn that the Chevr,,let Motor (2ompan.- started to carry out the spirit of today's recovery program ooer three )'ears ag." At that time. e pm into operation a "share-the. ork'" plan, whereby + =r orkmen cooperated in spreadin the w,,rk t,) ,*i ,- m,re men jobs. Bv means of thi plan, as s,'ll a, I,s re,:uatin,, h.,ur, "of ,,rk per week t,) nle,'t r,'ta, ,w:,iand. at,tl by l,uil,lin up parts sl,,vks in lean ,-, - n-. it +as 1,,,.+-il,b. l,, carry 33.000 men on ,,ur l,.,?r,,tl thr,,t,h t+w ,hT;.,.,si,m. For eleven nt,mth. of each year ,ince in20. we have kept our emplo:.ntent ,iti,i,t l+l per cent of this average. We are ju.tl.v proud of that record. We are also proud to say that (,hevrolet workmen did not, at any time during the depression, become a burden on public welfare departments. CHEVROLEI" Mt)TOR COMPANY, DETRIWF, MICIIIG.,N, Dirision of General Motors CHEVROLET U Y O!" ,,pF:/ I.I-  IilMJll IgLIEK'T IO. tneettr-g ')f the .eg- f [ q:.t r:ct N,:, t ,- e:I t[:g:: S.-t-,,-+,i : ...... '26t.': (i" ,'f -<"["7:':': (tettq.l :.:, Z "7.,- .-+': -' -' nxil= t,J r.-v ;'; : f:al yrar 193,-1'2-! t p.m Dated -+r.:- 1::+ tember. 1933- ,Rj./E i i (11 Y I +"T Ciyd L. 1 lLlwr Church :h,,: 9 t5 Ig. Ntms. Mo/ntng ,Vor'htlp. -! 1 music; sermon  tl Evenit hour--'t..- Epworth Lag'u e tudy. Church ser'.:-:o ,Make . u CHEEVER Home of tligh grade years old : For W, ,, ,I invil b-. Table globe. 8quart Large BOX . U.,. Bike 26 and 28 Pioneer Ol White 100