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PAGE TWO THE BOTHELL CITIZEN D, EDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1933 ........................................................... L ..... SUBSCRII)T1ON RATES One year $1.00 Six months .60 Three months .35 Invariably in advance. The Botheil Citizen Lakew00d Villa Road Lettermen Issued Wednelays A. l'. BURROWS ; The Bible study class will meet :with Mrs. Moulout on Lemm's I road Thursday, December 14th, at 11 p.m. Mr. Ritz of Seattle will i conduct tile class. in the near future, definite has been arranged so far. Sunday, December 10. Later--Banquet is to be held at gram will consist of 50 handicap Will be glad to welcome you at l.l,o pul)lie services held at Fredrikl Miller's home on the west hill, I ik)thell. These meetings are held the second Sunday of each montl at 7:30 p. m. (d. v.) sermon, songs a,t,(I a question hour. "COME a pd SEE." Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. C. L. Walker, Pastor Sun(lay, l)eeeml)er 10 9:45 a.m. chu-ch school, Mrs. W. E. Nims, superinlendent. I1:00 a. m. morning worship. Stlecial music l)y the choir. 4:00 p. m. Junior League in sor.ial hall. "I:() p. m. Inlerme(lial,c League in Lhe swial hall. "I:(X) p. m. Evening Ihnn" Bilde study. I'an-American conference is in se:ion this week at Morner,dec. It will try to smooth out the dilli- culties between Paraguay and Bo- livia. Its first action was to pre- vent Culls from takiug a verbal .swat at Uncle Sam. Progress alters business. Before] the gasoline era no member of the. I conilnunity ',',"iS more important or prosperous than the I)laeksmith. Mr. Read who has operated the local shop for t.he past four years, ha. moved io Cottage Lake where his rent is cheaper and where he takes afternoons to go to jobs he- cauge a (.at' will take him and his 03o1. to t.hc job I)etter than some jol)s can be brought to him. 3It'.: [ead is carrying an advertisement ill allo[hel' c0hlllln for the cOllven- ,once of his (x)stolners. 'l The Woodinville JtmiorChfl) will; h,fld atoll.her (lance at the vroodin - ville Gym Saturday, I)eeeml)er 91h. There will I)e special enlertainers duringinlermission. Music willl)e furnished by Peggy and her Pals. Come and bring your friends. THURSDAY, IO]F. 7' Edward G. Robinson in "I LOVED A WOMAN" Kay Francis . . . Genevieve Tobln "Bosko's Picture Show" and A Musical Comedy with Dick Powell SATURDAY, lll:. 9 "HER FIRST HATE" Zazu Piles . . . Slim ammcrvill "Union Waile$" with Louise Fanda Kiddies Matinee tt 2:30 TUESDAY, IBDiICE. 12 "CURTAIN AT 8" VITIt AN ALL STAR CAST Cartoon Comedy Souvenir lk O-1 B1 lIl[ 4:OlI IlIDllf A. E. READ Blacksmith New lex.ation at Cottage Lake Four miles east of Woodlnville on Ilvall Highway StlOI' IIOI;RS 8 to 12 daily and every Saturday from 8 to 5 Afternoons Suhjeet to Apvdntment Anywhere HORSESHOEING, ACETYLENE WELDING AND BRAZING, CAR A X L E S STRAIGHTENED BUMPERS A N D FENDERS REPAIRED Phon .  141 December 2nd, 1931--A g n e s Rogers elected oracle of the Royal Neighbors. I)ecember 4--Birthday of Eslek Ormhrek. Free Methodist Church Rev. C. Norman Perry, pastor. Sunday Seho)l, 10 a. m. l'reaching, 11 a. m. Sermon hy the pastor, "Where Dwelleth Gtl'' ' Young lx.ople's meeting.  p. m. l'reaohtn. ;:15 p. m. SerTI}oll. "Five Way. cJ (',,mnAt- lill} r ?1" l'rlp'.rdr,n:dle Sill." Ever.v,,rw w,.l,',,m-'. We are 100 [er eenl fund:tmetztaliMs. "Come ;tlld SPP," Insurance that Insures Chas. V. Beardslee Pioneer Insurance Man in Bothell Representing the Oldest Insurance Company in America Phone 485 Bothell, Wash. Milk that is Fresh Cream that is Rich Merrymount Dairy a Division of Charmed Land Dairies Phone 8211 -:- Bothell, Wash. Sign Writing Eben A. Burrows Phone 713 or Call at The Citizen Office and you will receive 2 regular 25c tickets to see Octavius Roy Cohen Detective Mystery "Curtain at 8" Tuesday, December 12th Good Only On This Picture 4 Phone 353 " ,, 4, 4 DR. G. E. RICKETTS - . ,# t DENTISTRY -- X-RAY  4 Bothell Washington ,, ,, 4- ttttttttttltttttttttttttffttttttttttt Clip this Coupon--Save Money PAL 5C NIGHT Present this coupon and 30c in cash at the box office of the Bothell Theatre Distinctive Personal BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS Greeting Cards From Alice Burrows Citizen Office Seattle Product 63 Designs to :Botheil Gun hb *1 Wiring - Repairing i Banquet Honday Turkey Shoot " " " " A football banquet is to be heldi The Bthell Gun Club wtll hld I Motors - Appliances 1 future, but nothing its annual Christmas Turkey shoot been arra Sunday, December I0. The pro- nquet is t( :gram will consist of 50 handicap today even itarget. Prizes will be distributed ':on the first four series of ten tar- We E. Nims, the Electrician gets if you do not shoot clay tar- !geL there are dice, beano or splat-  Phone 39 S 13, Bothell, Wash. Display advertising rates on appli- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Munger en- Kirkland Monday evening. eati(in--Copy should I)e in I)y 101 tertalned to dinner Thanksgiving[ at. m. Wednesdays. :day, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Munger, First basketball turn out Mon-gets. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Reasoner, Mr. day night. l'uhlie Market liners are lc. per; Ben Munger of Woodinville and Miss Harsch Is.seen wearlngapalr',ter cards. Shooting starts at 9 a. word for each lsstle. Minimum Mr. Louis Munger of Wenatehee. _ ..... , ..... ',m. and lasts all day. Lunch will charge 25c. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shaver had The Juniors and .Seniors will belb served on the grounds. F,iteredasseeond.ch, ss matter May aS their guests on Thanksgiving showlng off their rlngs and plnsln Personal Items I1,1933, at the post ofliee at day, Mrs. Margaret Grove of Se- a day or so. Bothell, Washington, under the attle and Mr. and Mrs. Phtllip Bothell has been awarded the] Act of March 3, 1879. Jacobson and family of Alderwood three-year football trophy and It tst . .. Manor, the ladies are sisters of now permanently ours Mr. and blrs. R. E. Lee spent ..... " ..... *Sunda in West Seattle as guests vtrs Shaver. m  n la " Bothell Town uea "1 p Yi " Editorial Department Mr.Clvde Smith passed awayTues- Pheonix Athletic Club basketAralli f Dr. and Mrs. Orlon. And we have the state legislature day morning at a Seattle hospital: Friday night at  p. m. at Bothell[ The Junior Club of Kenmore will wilh us in special session. Should Tile funeralwillbeaprlvateoneat2!lligh school Io.'m. Admission 10c. hold their regular meeting Friday, i " I December 8th, at 8 p m we say this week or this month? p.m. Friday. Mr. Smith was 54 i The Girls Club Is carrying out a i _ Kae Calhou; of Tacoma years of age and had lived In ourinew Idea. Every .girl tn school all Mrs. t comnmnity about four years, tle!some time or other hastotake part spent the week with Mrs. M. M. ." ' nment Clark and Mrs Ilartsook The Kirkland alibi for not win- leaves to mourn his loss Ins wdo,ltn the Girls Club entertal . - " Ring the recent foothall game Is IMrs.RoseSmith,andoneson,Clydie;:Come on girls let's have something] Mr. Chandler tIlcks of ,attle that Bothell pla)'erswere too heavy, ltwo sisters, Mrs. Maude tlaney ofloriginal, lspent Sunday In Bothell with his iSeattle and Mrs. Bertie Robinson,! The Letterman's Club lssVmsor-!mother, Mrs. Alice tlicks. Mr Ilarr Smith' the land one brottmr, . ." ing a card party to t held in i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elliott were Radio progl'amsin tlm daily press of Ferndale. i Junior tligh .hc'd auditortumiguests of Mr. and Mrs. George are pae. At last tim dailies have i December 8th at  p. m. Admis-Buck in :attle for Thanksgiving retlized that the radio is a business' co,,ipetitor To Attend ma,, ;sion 2:x . Everyone invited. Re-dlnaer. v,w= freshments. '. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Ferrall of I . " " , e--brence A spirited debate will take place Sedro-Wtmlley spent the weekend "Singing warms tile blood" says Boys .---- . . Thurlay evening at ,:30 tn the 1o- at the home of Mr. arid . lrs. E. II. a. Scotch doctor. That explains cal auditorium on the question of Severance. why it is such a popular Scotch Leaving Friday afternoon a Radio 'ontrel, Bothellvs. Bellevue. Mr. a,d Mrs. N. L. Manners i)astime. IL isn't often you can group of ten local boy. will attend Our debalors are Francis Cay. enlerlained Mr. and Mrs. Andrew coral)iRe fuel and entertainment in the ()lder Boy. Conference at Ta- Bill Sennett and Ronald Green. Krone and son Wilbur at Thanks- the same bill. coma. The fortunate ones are Two of the precceding will hechos- giving dinner. Milton Worley, B U d Ericksen, en for this debale. If you ward a bigger, betler arm -- lh)bert Wailers, Cornet,t> Askren, Christmas is less lhan three Bob Chrislensen, lit'k llasBrouck, This item will ap[,mr each week centrally located library p!eae w,*e . . ., for VOllr conVel|ierlt'e. Tlie ..ore ves at tile tond eleclioll to be to-ld weeks ahead. This is not a special l{ona]([ Green, 11 o n l,e,lrtl,ee, rcmilder for Christnms shoppers. El]gene Berto and A rl Darliltgton. ear'h week will be added until all "Decernber:,/th" _Conlribued. We were juM hopin!r lhat our legis- Thev will Im act.mnpanied by Mr. the ,ame, haw: berl played. Mrs. E. II. Ilart.,.oc,k. Mrs. M. M. htl,rs wouht lind lhat aeonvenient C. V. Beard.qee as their leader and l',,lhell 12 Snr,hr,rnish 0. Clark and Max %'ell,,r, uere dale to conle home. will return Sundayafternoon. l',thelt 6 O'lwa O. Thanksgiving Day ffueMs of Mr. __ : Bohcll 46 t'ainbridlze 14. a,d Mrs. C. G. 3h.31illan r)fSeattle. The O. E. S. dance that had been l'c,thell 31 Suoqualmie 0 3Ir. and Mrs. Victor (Thamters, lx)ts of talk about the new nm" planne(l for le(.ember9th, imsbeen Bolhell 31 lssaql,ah 0 Miss Mary Chambers and Mr. and hie,pal buikling is lleing heard.: Mrs. Ed Goralski motored to Kent this posponed to take place on Januaryi Bothell 13 Foster 0 There are three more issuesof . - :Thursdav to eat Thanksgiving din- pa.per I)efore the l)ond election. So ;61h' Bothell Kirkland la we invite partisans to discuss the Bothell ) Sedro-Wolley . her with relatives. i.sue through our columns. Bothell 0 Klrkland 0 Bids were called for last week Bothell 0 Enumclaw 30. .for theimprovemeut of the Both- Bothell Telephone :ell-Lake I%rest Park roa d. It The party planned for by theilooks as if Bothell's long fight for Company Raln,.w Girls for December 8th]this Improvement was coming to a has been indelinltelv l,sponed. !successful close. Local and Long l)islance Service i The KenmoreClublsgivingthelr 1o all Points Pentecostal Meetings last dance of the sean Saturday "Use the Telephone-- ,, t, nlght, December 9th, at the com- Its Faster" at K. of P. l'lallmunity hall. A five piece orches- t tra from Seattle will provide the Lloyd F. Gates, Mgr. Re,'. Wm. Whileside, Pastor. imusic. Come and have a gcxl time. Bothel], Wash. Sunday Schcl at :;:tf) p.m. ! , Preavhingat ::',p.m. E Iy T B -- Workers from Seatlle every Sun- ar own 00sters dav. Evervi,(lv welcome. o . . : The arab,lion of every small town in 1:: was to become an induslrial BOTHELL FIRE LIABILITY AUTO center and Bothell was n,, exr.ep- CLEANERS  INSURANCE tic,, t,, the rule. Of ,.o,re i, ,,as felt 1hat shingle timber wc, uld be TAILORS used up metime but the es, at,- Eslek Ormbrek lishment of a hroom ha,,dle factory : was regarded as a step loward.- ill- Pressing Phone 6,811 Bothell dustrial permanence an,l its sl/m- Repairing rs, IL ll. Bot,:hford and George .Turple, were important r,itizens REPAIRS Uowever, for ome rea,,n, t h e Laundry RADIO ifactory failed to secure a perman- Phone 781 Brings Vincent K. Hohman ent foothold a n d after several Our Driver to Certified Radio-Trician 'mntis struggleit waselosed. Mr. and Mrs. Botchford moved away Your Door First House East of Phone Office or PHONE 19S 11  after making friends here whoslill keep in touch witi them. Mr. Turple was related to the Morton Guaranteed Combo-Ringlet and ater moved hs family to a ut of Red- !farm in tlappy Valley o The New and Later ...... I Permanent Waves m,,,,d. House of Israel Bothell Theatre[ byappointm November 30--Birthday of Mrs. entr,  SCHDUL I Alice s Beauty nop rsek Ormhrek. 3 Shows Every Week [! Phone 712 December 1, 1904--Rev. O. It. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday " Calder succeeded Win. S. EIdridge --------------" as pastor of Bothell M. E. church.