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(  ,j PAGE TWO Till. B+flltl;l_l. t_IIlZI;X WVI1XESliAY, N(IVI.;MiII,] 15, l.t .... The Bothell Citizen I iil&apos;ll Wi'll lloctl:ly> A. 1'. Ill'llltilWS SI'I;.I'RI l>Tll IN IIATI"S ( lap ye;ir $1,i1 Six lilJnl ti ,llll 'I'll i'l.t, ililill It> .3,3 Invariahh, in ;idlalice. l)i.lJiay adverliMn ralt,s Oil appli- eillilrl ('olty Mlaihl he ill by ll) The Chronicle Bothell High :,,,, School Events i'i',dil llaliliR lhlrt';lll iq'7;iliizvd. l*t'lll. l',llllflli'V .%i1,'. ltie st,l,rt.lal'.v. i't. ',iD, >qi 1,, illnotln'l. lti;tl N(,Vt,lilln,r lilti, l!i;lil Ihdlh,ll Kirkl,ind tjeal if> in ltw a!iie ];i,-I l",i hall ll,:illl itlliyed IVenzth'htq. liliirday ljli| ll,#? iae lirl aiiiJb-- h, ',11 I, Yi,nlill'hee. oI]er. Kirkhlnd ,,!llldayed it- ;1!] NliVellllieF ltlh- Earl Nt!hlteyer's llir/lllTli lhe Idlillie, li did lotjk :i Itirtitday, lholiTh wt llad tin-in unlil ltte last a. ill. liVedncsda.vs.  tcn sevlqlds of play when Kirkiand NiiVelllher 151h, 1931 Rliberl I,r,,ke lol,st, lind pill lhP bali (I;er i i | hillli l h s 1 1 c lge el  vt'lr > I i 1 nblic Markel llner. are h'. pel' is, ,, ; , , ".., .s. f(ir a ittlt'hdowll, l hlni Jer ,f t% ) . "% lll l ]iOlli i. it is i 1 )ltct el tile 't rd for each i, lie. :linimuni I- . ' ;, ; , i p '" Kirklaild i. lhe >t+llrqt|il)n i,f 1he ehLll'Te 2;-e IBolhell ill'ell. ,le;lkqle. lie wit. the one that did Ii ()llr re;lder; ar0 inviled 1o stilt- the (Iainat,e t+ fllr lealli alllrdav Enleled as seeOlld-(,l;l.S InalleF May ilnit anniver.ary dales tel' I his de- BEAT K I IlK LA N 11: 11, 1!i;I;I, al lira IM ollice atlparlllenl, llliles froln Nip,ell]ller' liolhell, IVa.hinl.rllm, undeF lhe!illl h Io 22 inclusive will be u>ed l/olhell ha. really won the tro- A(,I iq" Mal't!h 3, 179. i phy this year Ijv 5paltlin7 Rule. next week " " I Editorial Department ', S(,l,le day 3IF. Bower will write a !Morv altoul tire B,ithell Band and !ilsliall which was Mill unfinished "Uncle Shylock" i,,he., ea...e .. lil'leen armistit'e days have pasll It was lhe scene of the ]ot.al since the great w a r endetl and <lances of the period. Dances in . I niany wrllel'S ol note life sure that ;lhose days were Masquerades, Europe is now giving tnore indiea-:Grand Balls or informals. Tile tions o f appFoaehing hustilitiesi31asquera(les need no explanation I, han wpFe to he noted previous to:and exeepl for the mask feature the great catastrophe of 1(.)14. Wewere equivalent to a grand hall. ntost sincerely hope that theiMaking the arrangements for a but it has been deci(le(i between Mr. lh)de and PrO Keeney lha! if Kirkhind i, reillty llw best team ttii yeiir e will tire tlwm a chan('e 1o win it Thllnk>ffi,itlff. The teanl that in ThanksTivin will lie tim proud p.,ssessor of the silver footl)all. Ilowever, if Both- :ell win. it. it ill be ours perman- ently. The game will start at 11 o'eloek Thankst,,ivin morning at onr own iiekl. Let, sh,)w some pep and have a real turnout to spur ,the t)jvs on. tit ire I States t ever again lnixes:grand hall included hiring mtisiel in Europe's lrouhles, unlil four a in., arranging for a BEAT KIRKLANI)'. dinner to be served at mklnight This Saturdav afternoon at two Adeqtrtle prep'iredness i s one and ordering the printing Theo'elock Bothell ill play Sedro- ' -. ' '' " , nlitlnic.ht dinners were a eompe- WoollevatSedro-W)llev Thishas plec'autAon llie 11nerloan Legion S " " . - " " " " " protlouneentent tirol welllh as wellititin between the American all tlle indieati-ns of teint a real as nianhood be eon.,eriptetl for the IIItel and tim Bothell tlotel wtth football game as each team has won . I lmnors aliout evenly divided. Jos-:and lost the same number of zalnes. : IlaliOll'S defense in another safe- i ti.a,,i, ,,00nes orchestra was a fa-i00edro-Woo,,e, ,,i,, ha,e a h,,ge Whit gnar<l. Andlo the above iniglit! ' . eside lie a(hled that all belligerents who voriteat that time and as the ttsu-ltnrn out with a tliirtv lieee hand. *'--* seek to pnrchase nmnili,,ns in this !al program carried a square dance Let's all get itetdnd ,;ur team. Given Surprise eonnlry sh(utd lit! compelled topav: fr eveFy third number Floor in gohlon tleliverv. " ,Manager R. I). Spinney foun(l  BEAT KIRKLANI ;plenly to do. The printing re- The first State League debate of II ;quired hwhitted 12 x 18 inch post- the sea,n will be held in theB-th- I'i('ture if yell i.all lhe press re ers a )out ll) tiekets and oO or 60 ell Auditorium Titurlay at "2::') l, hal, lnunilion li ntfiettrers .  . . Salln r tt in oaflTeS. These with Duvall. Th(lue.-lionis"Riitt- might have brtluhl iohearal the hadges carried the name, date of 'iC+nltrl''" ThG has proved t-t,o l, inle William I1 had t|le Allied:thedanee. th e names of the eom- :an lnterestin que,tion and one arnlies on lhe run. The eollapseJmittee, anti were ahout 2 1- 9 . x . that all radio t,vner, should be in- of Ihe AIIietl nations would haveihlehes. The ladies eollected these terested in. Tt!e members of the ruint'd many American manufae-:hadges from their escorts and took ThurMay team will he two of the tiu'ers. If they had heen gelling eonsiderahle pride in the numbers following., necative squatt: Dorothy gold for their output as it was they wore ahle to gather in. I be- Pit.man. Franc'i, ('asey. Ronahl nlade, lhey wouhl lit leasl nol he liev'e they afierwards made their Green. Pearlsantteriin. The public nndet'suspicion, appearance as tops for sofa pillows, is invited to altend this (lobate. the admission will be l-x-. for stud- i ents antl the publi+.. "' '"' '" "+ '"" ""' "+" Theatre'l .,.,,: o,,,; ,+,+.o ,,<, ,,+,+ ,,,,, B0thell ,+=,T K I"KLANIr. prepared. And nol all o f our nn- An intereMinT,i;eeeiiw,tsdeliver- pl'el)aredne<.., was of a nil]lai'y nat-! tll'e. IhiF I l'ea.ul% depili'lnlenl failed to properly bal't'uaFd our IOali |o o/if' allie.-. That is one reason why otir naliort may have to elint,el all war Ioan,. So today, our ]oad of taxes is squeezing the life out o f industryl and eonlmeree while our erstwhile! allies are spending the money they  should have paid us, in preparingl for another war. And we arel "Uncle Shylock." Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. C. L. Walker, Pastor Sunday, November 19th. 9:45 a.m. chureh school, 3Irs. W. E. Nitns, superintendent. Ill00 a. m. morning worship. Sermon by tile pastor SCHEDULE 3 Shows Every Week Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday THURSDAY, IOIVo II Claudette Colbert in "THE TORCH SINGER" licardo Cortez ..... Baby LRoy Pop Eye the Sailor"l YAM WHAT I YAM" SATURDAY, ll/OllVo II Bruce Cabot in "FLYING DEVILS" Arlene Judge ...... Erlc Linden An Edgar Kennedy Comedy aod A Cubby the Bear Cartoon Special Kiddies Matinee at 2:30 TUESDAY, lllOllVo 211 Barbara Stanwyck in "BABY FACE" with Ceorge Brent 2artoon Comedy ed hy a FireCaptain of Seattle. tte Notice of heriff's alo of aeal state State- of Vi'aMir:gton County of King. ss. Sh0.riff's Lili,:i-. BY virtu*- ,>f an Or,l,-r ,f :-:a].: i:c<u.-d out ,)f the tfon- r,V;il.- ,uD..ri,,r [',.!:rt ,,f King (]llln- ty, on :h*: 7th day ,if N,.venlber. 133, b-- th,- el.-rk thr.:of n the case ,,f O1" Zackrisr,n, t'laintiff, vs. Flor Zant ., a bachelor: Polson Irnplm.-nt Co., a eorporati,,n; H. Ioody and .l,>s Crispin,, and First National Bank of I-dmond, Dofendants. No. 260709, and to m,-. as Sheriff, direct-. etl and d,:liver,.d: Notice is hereby given that I will prr,eeed to sell at public auction to th,: hight-st bidder for cash, within the h(,urs prescribed i'D" law for Sheriff's sales, to-wit: at ten o'clock a. m. on 'the 22rd day of December, 1933, before the Court House door of King County Jefferson Street entrance, at Seattle, in the State of VCashington, the follow- ing described property, .ituated in King Count)', State of %'ahington, to- wit: PARCEL A. That part of the north 95 acres of the northeast quarter of Section 15. Township 26 North. Range 5 East W. M. described as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner of said north 95 acres; thence north along the wpst line of said northeast quarter to the southwest corner of the 26 acre tract convoyed by Claude E. :Stevens. individually and as executor of the last will and testament Haro Special lnusie by the clloir, riett E. Stevens, deeea.ed, to Tony :00 Intermediate League in the  Z:m.assi and Joe Baranzini, by deed re- ccrded tinder auditor's file No. 112192, so(qal lialh ,if King County, l;Vashington; :(i). tn. Evening ttour Bible ,%udy, Genesis 12-23. Epworth IL, eague (lius.sion, sermon by the pastor. Special tousle. Free Methodist Church Ib'eaehing, 11 a. m. Sernton hy the pastor, "Where ilwelleth God?" Young people's meeting,  p. in. Preat'hhlg, :45 p. m. NeFlnon, "l,'he Ways of ('ommit- l,hl l,he 1,rnpardonallle Sin." ll]veryone weleome'. We are per etml. ftmdiilneliatisls. "Come and see." BOTHELL CLEANERS @ TAILORS Pressing Laundry Phone 781 Brings Our Driver to Your Door !thonee east al,,ng the .outh line of said tract ;0 foet; thence south par- iallol t, and 0 f,:,t distant frm the ! west line of said n,)rtheast quarter and ;along the west nne of an eight acre : tract conveyed by said Stevens to said ,Zansassi anal Baranzini by de'd record- ed undor auditor's file No. 1612191, rec- 'ords of said countY, which conveyance was + orrtcted by cloud recorded under auditor's file No. 1623079, records of said cotintv, to the- southwest corner of said oilght-acre tract, said crrner * '.,'I' i. ,l.," i,%],i.l 1tl !:il{t' ;i i'arl,flil -,lii. ,i aii l,--ildv lily li;i;cirlls lt:il ;l t.rft-,'t re+-,,l(l ira- been kepl -,, !iF ttA> 31{-at ", Lt+['. kl.ep lhis 7,,,1 ,,,rk tip f, ff ilia: reliiain/tt-r iJf ltit. ye;t r. IIEAT h:IIIKLA N Ii'. .% pep a-:-enthly v;is }it, hi for the Kirktanll Idan/e la>l i"ridliv. We bud st..<,rt talks hv Mr. t'i:llers. Mr. Boslevand Mr. Eri,k,ln. Their .,peeche, alll,ough sh(,rl were right to the point and the boys felt lhlil they w(Jii]d not |lave SllOh an easv time win!litil l!:e IZalii( afler ;ill. Tiien three hiizh ..lioo] Mliderils (,f Kirkhlnd It,re tl,o, ln all llie work done by lhe l't,lhell .Slmlikers, by shying +ft.at il wJuhl be a t-inch for iJ,tilell. Pop Keeney and Frilz Knoel had to t.onvince tile team aain thai it wouM nol be a cinch. l'rehaI tlmt liatl mwliiitig to dll with the losing of the lnune. BEAT KI RKLAND'. This item will appear ea('h week for your convenience The St'ore each week will be added until all the game.-, have been played. Botlie]l lq Poulsbo 0. Bothell 12 Snohomish 0. Bothell 6 O'Dea 0. Bothell 46 Bainbridge 14 Bothell :',1 Snoquahnie 0. Bothell 31 Issaquah 0 Botiiell 13 Fosrer 0. Bothell 71 Kirkland 13. Last Ttiurday night a surprise as given Br,,. Whiteside. the pas- tor of the mission held in the K. of P. ilall. If you had seen lhe smile of appreciation on ills face, you would have said it is more blessed to .dve than to receive. The stir- prise was in the order of a iiarvest home offering in which the people: of Bothell. Bellevue and ttunts l'oint took part, not only iJringing their offering, but that smile, the spirit of love arid fellowship that oheered our hearts. We extend our thanks to the people of Bothell who do .,t at!end our rnisMon, with the Mllingspirit in hieh lhey gave. t;l love> "l t.heerfut giver. ,% Member. Pentecostal Meetings at K. of P. Hall Rev. Wnl. Whiteside, I'astor. Sunday School at 3:J p. in. Preaching at :3c) p. m. Workers from Seattle every Sun- day. Everybody weleome. First Lutheran Church O. Ellingson, Pastor Saturday, Confirmation Class at .10 o'clock. ! Sunday morntng, Sunday School fat 10 &clock. t Service at 11 o'clock. No evening service, i 00Communicltion i from Lotta Sickles On the evening of May 16th, i iwhile I was at Lodge, some one removed tile following articles from ;among my goods which I waspaek- ing: Eneyelopedias, three xolumes; Great Events of Last Century, one ivlume: a lrl atlas and my field: glasses. If tiiey are returned to !my home. now occupied hy ])r. E.! "ltl'l'l"/Ilrl411 ir/g being 60 feet north and west of the I A" Rinehart. any time during this ICev. C. Norman Petrv,. pastor, a point of boginning: thence east along Sun(lay School, 10 a.m. the south line of said eight acre tractlmonth no questions will be askedl to the .q,)utheast corner thereof; thence ; .....  ..... . - or aceution made" or leave them: norr_n along the ea. t line oi sale .lgnt ,+ - a( re tract to the south line of said 26-  with ,Mrs. Rodgers next door. I am acre trace above referred to; thence: least along tho s-uth line of said 2e,!ver.v sure either of diem will take! The New and Later House of Israel Bothell Telephone Company [,,'iit and Il,ri< llislan(,e Service l(lall lhtinls "Use the Telephone-- Its Faster" IAoyd F. Gates, Mgr. l;,,ilwll, Ya-I,. Will h,, ,_'la(I 1, wt.ll.tnil! ),hi ;il llit Inilllh' l,lxi.t,s Iwhl ',il I.'l'edrik Miller'< tillllW i)ll llw t>l hill, Ihdtwll. "l'ltv-t' llil,t,lili2> ;llt' til,!d lln . ,,l iI lllill;I , I t,ill'li Illlqll i ;1 /;:i +t II. lr. fit. X., -i I!il+'ll, -<,I1'.2"- ! :l li <1 :# ,l,+,..t i,,li },,,I}l. "i'(IMlq i itii<l :-1']I'] ' " tract t.i the C. L..Morris county 'road: thence snutheasterly along the west lin+, of said road to the south line ,,f sa d 95 acres: thence west along said south lint t,} th+ + point of t)egin- ninfr +s;lid p:tre-lj I,.ing otherwis, + d+-- soribvd ls all ,f th- n,rlil ;5 &,"r.:s c,f the r+,l'th+-;tst tll:trt-r of .ai,] .eetirn 15. "l,,wnship 2*; N,,rth, tlang.- .5 East, x,V..%I, lyintz w.-y ,,f  L. 3I,rris c,lin- t 3" !">::1, -g'+l,tiI I:-" :t _"i ;+t.r+ J tF;i"t all| :,tl x ;,,,! . !r:,,.r ,',,ri;. v,-d t,+ "D,ny Z,,n- ;tSSi ;nd .l+,,. t,;tV:I2zil]i b'." l'"'] < r ,+- c,!'d, d :lnd,.r atldit,,! "s ti],. ',,. lgl21 ,2 :!ld 1,:L'ZllT:++ r,r',,r,l ,.f l(iniz ,,,:rt:.. "i%,';I : !} } II IZ D ,T) : t'.'ltH'[+:L l;. :G,'h .|1 f.+.r ,,f th+. y,llih 115 ;tf''. - ,f l}l' !ll'itD ;+ I!ll el- i"!" ,,f N.-'!i,,h 15. "V,,;vnMil, 2'; .N',.rtL. li:irii:, 7, f.:: -'. XV 31, lyin ".,st ,,f {, ]. M,,l+i. ,-,,:lrir:. l,,+d. IZiri i',,ll!lt-.. .<:,t .... f t,V:, :kTr:k" .,,; '. \\;i, 11 ',l: ; tti.- i,l,'l, !v ,,f :,t! ,.f tt,. :ii,I d. f, n,];nl* ll,.r, ? t,, - ,ti-f'. : j,lchzr:,rr ,,:, f-r;-- I'T,>I <. ,f "i +i.,," 'L* IZ+ ;iy!,'Jtlti!L  'P', l"it ," "Fh,.i- +hal I'" ,'l! il'ir:,]r, ,1 ixtz- !i,. +r;i 7", I (''' ,17, !;775! !'];7:r'. l|+ ,-' , f -'i:l :',rt Jh%?'t iri f* (JF +.1" Td , ir!r :. fI" 'l,Al'l,l: ; l',\\;7",'ND'f,7 .<riff. t; . i, l: .'} .... r< ! ,, : :;'7 ',, 5. .':,.', i-,---'-'-+, I) , -l'. ;care of them for me, till my return' ,about December 1st. But if not re- turned I'm thinking tim person who took them wi]l be as sorry as i I was when 1 nissetl them. Ver- non. Mit.h.. Nov. tti. 193"1. adv. RADIO REPAIRS Vincent K. Hohman Certified Radio-Trician First House East ,if Phone Office or PHONE 19S 11 Phone 353 DR. G. E. RICKETTS DENTISTRY -- X-F, AY Ilothcll Washington Insurance that Insures Chas. V. Beardslee Pioneer Insurance Man in Bothell Representing the Oldest Insurance Company in America Phone 485 Bothell, Wash. Our Specialty: Your Daily Milk Merrym0unt Dairy a Division of Charmed Land Dairies Phone 8211 -:- Bothell, Wash. Sign Writing Eben A. Burrows Phone 713 or Call at The Citizen Office Phone 711 Wholesale and Retail HOME TOWN BAKERY C. R. Erickson, Proprietor Bread - :- Pastry Drug Store Bldg. Front Street Bothell, Wash. Wiring - Repairing i Motors - Apphance00 ! W. E. Nims, the Electrician Phone 39 S 13, Bothell, Wash. Moths eat felt and this season has been favorable for moths. Your piano is in danger. De-toothing, Cleaning and Tuning Extra tor Players and Grands $3.50 J. B. FOLK Piano Tuning and Repairing Phone Red 929 Route 2, Kirkland Guaranteed Combo-Ringlet Permanent Waves by appointment Alice's Beauty Shop Phone 712