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VOL. I, NO. XXXII The Bothell Citizen WIL IK) OUR pAJmr BOTHEI, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1933 $1.00 Per Year. 5c. Per Copy Closes S00iao0ii0000tbaii for ,,,0,r .,,,,..,,,.o,,.: Green M,)tor (,o.. (.'lilt ]lall's Ser- bigger and l)etter titan last year, so be sure to have the date. 44 or 45 seniors have been check- ed for graduation if they pass in all their subjects this year There is a total of 223 enrolled in Senior I vice Station, Bothell Service Sta- Tim Junior lligh School iourna- ilion, Ericksen's Store, Bot hell men( will be held l)ecember 12 to Pharmacy ' and the Co-Operative 21. Good luck, boys. !Mere. Co. Mention sitot, ld be giv- Unsatisfactory work slips tmveen to those thatdid tim work in been coming out lately. Let's try[order that it might be a success. to make the numl)er smaller next Bob Waiters did a very fine job as grading perkni, chairman. Tim refreslments were I)ecember 20 will he the annual!under the direction of Mrs. Walt- Grade Setmol Operetta. It will be[ers and its her committee was Bob Campbell, llugh I'rentice and Dale !t[Ynderhill, Mrs. Erickn was in ichargeduring tim evening. Bud I Wegner, Jack ('leator and Bob i Briggs sold tickets. Tim boy clear- ,e(I $27,X1. Pop Keeney proufiestwo lligh School at the present time. very snappy (lre.ed basketball Girls Club kids day will be Thurs-i teams as a result of the party. day at the Senior lligh school. If I The All Valley first and ('ond you see grown up girls in short  teams as picked by the teams of dresses a n (1 bow ribbons, (Ion'tlthe Valley League. think they a re in their second l Players childhood as they have to or bel First penalized. I Blood Snoq. E Bud Ericksen was chosen center iMigliore Both. on the Western Wasldngton All lWhitman Kirk. Star football first team for the '33i season and Bob Waiters in the tFors Fost. T backfield of the second All Star. Gillis Fost. G Second Soren.m Kirk E Baker F(n,t. T Worthington Ik)th. l)hil p Snoq. Shelton Both. I team. Only one other school placed l Jolmson Both. G Cts)per 1.-,. two men on these teams and that!Ericksen Both. C Ormbrek Kirk. was Enumclaw. iFunai Both. B tlipfer Kirk. I The name of Ilue Monday should Landstrua Fost. B Cleator Both. be charged to Sleepy Monday. ln iLandforce Snoq. B all classes Monday one woukl see i Waiters Both. B Macarty Kirk.. yawns as well as droonv eve lids i Wegner Both. and Stonebridge ls. . " . .'-" o -. "'fall tied for this place. me very good example oI tins was strewn hy Mr.Lloyd in the cafeteria The All Valley first as picked by After he had finished his hmch he the coaches of the Valley teams. Coaches Team began to feel like a nap so he pro- Miglior e Botlmll End ceeded to take it. Now this can Simmon s Kirkhtnd End be explained by one of two things: Whitman Kirkland Tackle either lie was out late during the! Underhill Bothell Tackle week end, or school causes a deft -',Julmsn lk)thell Guard iCooper l.saquali nite fatigue. Which, we wonder?,Perre n Kirkland tied for Guard Debate has done much in the] Ericksen Bothell Center Landforce Snoquahnie Back past to win honors for our school Funa i Bothell tied tor but little support has been given tlipfer Kirkland Back Landstrom Foster tied for Waiters Bothell Back Stonebridge lsaquah Back them. There is to be a debate at ! l Tolt at 7::0 this Tlmrsday evening i and a large turnout will be greatly l appreciated. This will be the last debate of the season and the team needs pepping up in order to win this debate. Bothell debated Belle- vue last Thursday and Bellevue won 2to1. Frances Casev a n(I Ronald Green were the Botilell de- bators. Basketball season opens l)ecem- bet 14. It looks as thougll the and it's trying to give you your money's worth. The schedule for the next two week is: Skykomish there l)ecember 14 Redmond here l)ecember 19 Quackenbush and Becktol a r e Redmond's big scorers of last year and they intend to give us a run for our money. I)ecember 22 we play a practice game here with Enumclaw. They were the win- ners of the Puget Sonnd League Local Screen News Thursday, l)ecember 14. 31ae West, America's lmrd eoiled hotcha al will be at the Bothell Theatre n "I'm Nu Angel." Mae play the 3art of the lh)olchy Kootchy dan- ceron a carnival and .shows the boys a "new way tn go to town." sclH)ols of the league will have very Saturday, l)ecember 16. Warren good teams. It should be a very lBaxter and .lanet Gaynor will tse exciting play off. Let's make lhislfeatured Iogetiler again for the season go down in history for pep first time in two )ears it, the ro- and support. The team will need mantle Irish Comedy. "'l)addy The all the help it can get from you Nexl Best Thing." Janet is an al- luring little imp, a .-('amp, with a fiery temper, yet a big heart, who does and says what she plea_,ses un- til the handsome stranger, Warren Baxter tames imr. Mr. John>on has arranged to give autographed pho- tCs of Warren Baxter to every lady attending this picture with an es- cort. Tue.,lay, I)ecember 19, Joan Blondell and Warren William will be with us in a farce comedy that will have the folka laughing Calendar of Events for the Coming Week THURSDAY-- Bothell Theatre Mae West in "'I'm No Angel," Lions Club, 6:15 dinner at M. E. social hall. Royal Neighbors with Mrs. A. R. Bailey at 8 p. m. Riverside Circle with Mrs. Bicking at 1:30 p m. FRIDAY-- Lutheran Ladies Aid apron and food sale at hall. Kenmore Club Social. North Creek Grange Clwistmas party. 8:30 at 101. SATURDAY-- Library open 3 to 5. t;othell Theatre. "l'addy. The Next Best Thing." Dance at (/race Community Club. Junior Kenmore Club, Balloon Ball. Firemcn's dance Highway Pavilion. SUNDAY-- See Church notices for services. MONDAY-- City Council TUESDAY-- I'othell Theatre "Good-Bye Again" and "Race Night." Rebekah Lodge at Odd Fellows Hall at 8:00 p. m. WEDNESDAY-- Library open 7 to 9. Rose Chapter, O. E. S. 8:00 p. m., I. O. O. F. hall Knights of Pythias, K. of P. hall. North Creek Valley Grange. Christmas Operetta, High School Auditorium. Personal Items A. A Tyler. formerly a re.qdent of Bothell but now Iooated at Win- thrope, Washington. was a Bothell visitor a few days last week. While flotls are prevalent in .',(,me districts the lthell area is not subject to direct injury. The river has fire, led the flat.', anti is hirher than it l,as been for years. shipper. are inconvenienc- ed by the delays ari.-ing from high water tetween Seattle and Tacoma and Tacoma anti Portland. G. H. t'rf-, s Ires renled the Graves blacksmith .-I(p and ,llers his ser- a. a bla(.k-milh to the puhlic. lie stales that i)e has had eight years experience and (ltes the usual line of work tltat is ,ffered includ- ing a(.elylene weldimz, lte is a fornleF lneln|ler nf l'nt'le .'4alrl's navv Imving been dir4harge(l ;ilk)tit a )ear ago. Tids Ciwist mas sr.a,n sees a new and impr-ved salesroom at the Ikt hell |qtarmat'y. For several weeks past 3Ir. Crawford has Ien installing and arranging new di. play racks, shelves and rahinets. Many of tlese pieces are tlc work of I. B. Graham. If you haven't visited the Botlell Pl'mrma('y re- cently you have nni....e(I .mJctidng. Mr. Degneau of Seattle wan in Bothell t(xlay Christmas Cantata presented at the 3I. E. church by a choru of twenty-five voices. December 17th. at 8 o'ch-k. 1. llark'. What 31usic Fills the Sky--,'horus. Solo- Verna.rim- sher. 2 Timre Came Three King.--31ens chorus, solo--Geo..Martin. 3. Recitative--And There Were Shepherds--Solo -31erlin Freak. 4. GocM Tidings of Great Joy-- (/horus. 5. And Suddenly There Was With the Angel Ladies choru.-.. 6 Bethelem Chorus. . Mary's Manger .,'mg - Ao Mildred Martin. u. On This Niizht. All Night, Ex- celli ng--Cl,,rus. 9. All My Ileart This Nit Pe- joices--Men's Chorus. 10 Joy lo tte World ,1,, Lil- lian tlarlow. 11. tlark, llark My Soul Ladies chorus witl ,l,,'by Viola E-:n- bu rg 12. Ilail to the Lord's Anoint,l Chorus. Contracts for the irnprovemeo of Ihe |)thelI-Lake Fore.t Park road are ..leduled to be let "l'ue- day. l'rompt action on the lrart ol the contractors will get the w,rk The Lions meeting Thurlay under way ffore .January lt. night will inelnde election of 19M The im[xrtance to Bottell of officers. Last meetintz they heard this improvement can -an-ely be a most interesting lalk by a 31r. over eslimaled. It .,r, eans thai Mitchell who lind spent many tiffs (.numunity (.an now goto work years in Russia. The Lions Irassed to improve all existing roads to ti, George B0sley, B0thell Shingle Hillman At I'oint Austin, State ()f Mlch-this course he come into tim Botl- igan. April 19th, 17:', George came ell bank an(! in 1932 became ;resist- to the lome of Oliver and Rosmna ant caslder and director. In 1925 the bank wits held up twice. The Mam) BoMey. In his youth he ifirst time Vauglm was alone when attended the grade and high .hools. two men walked in and demanded lie (ame to Bothell with his mother and got the cash. The next time in November, 18$S, his father hav- the cashier was with Vaughn and ing arrived in the spring of the:two men came in after securing tim stme year lie worked in the Ilur- money in sight walked out but on Lumber (k)mpany's store the following winter, then worked in their mill two years. The next year hc worked in a Ballard shingle mill. lie then returned to Bothell and worked in the Clipper sidngle Ross Worley, the cashier followed them with his rifle and dispatched two of them and wounded the third st) he was secured litter, lie :is a member of tim Bothell Com- merchtl Club and was president for mill about three )'ears, then for a one year. llas been city clerk since short tirue worked in Botlmll Broth- 1925. Is Comumnder of the Ameri- er's shingle mill. Then lm return- can Legion. In 1920 he was mar- ed to Seattle and worked for the Amerkn mill company two years. The Co-operative shingle mill was huilt in 1898 and George look stock in it and worked there seven- teen )ears when it closed clown. In 19"r;he moved to Seattle and after one year residence there he returned to Bothell and resumed an a,x.iation with William L. EllL, in the Bothell Land eomlmy where he operated until 1931 when they (.Iosed their office. 3Ir. Bosley has done more or less real estate business since and built and ld veral homes. lie was married to Miss Citrrie Renehy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P,oert Renchy, 3lay 22nd, 1895, she was born in Michigan. Five ried to Miss Fannie l)onnergaard and they have two boys, George and .Jerry. ! Bla, nehe was born September 13th, 18it, she passed through Bothell grade and high .hool md then i took a course in tim Success Busi- '.ne college, after finishing this course she was employed iu John Davis's real estate office a while. In 1912 she was lnarried to Mr. Jay Dootson of Everett, they are living in Seattle where he operates four cigar stores. They have two chil- dren, Robert etght years old and Beryl two and a half. Beryl, born in l.q01, was marrie(I to I)r. R. R. Gillespie, November 3rd, 1922, she died in Los Angeles August th, 1929. Vera was born children have come to this union. April ith, 1906, she went through Flward Voyle, who was killed on the Bothell school and Succesa the Northern Pacific railroad Octo-Business College, after which she her 4th, 1S97, age one year and ten;was with the Travelers insurance montlus. Vaughn Oliver born iu Company two years, titan wits era- Botheil December 31st, 1897, he attended the Bothell grade and high ,hools. then took a course in Wilson's Business college, before he had finished this course the ployed by the Wldte and Bollerd Mortgage Company five years. At the present time she is home with her parents. Mr. Bosley has one sister l)elvim World War came. In April, 191, married to R. R. Lempka, they he entered the 2nd Washington live in Bay City) Michigan. Infantry, but soon changed to C()m- pany D, 161st Infantry, 41st l)ivi- .,.ion. Was at. Camp Murray train- 'ing three months, then at Camp Mills. N. Y.. then went across in November. 1917. landing in France just after Christmas. lie was pro- moted to ('orlxral in June, 1,ql, and at'ted as Iraining officer In May. 1919, he was discharged and after reaching home worked in the hipyard four months then for In 19(F,) Mr. and Mrs. Bosley vis- ited their old home In Michigan two months. They both belonged to the Good Templers while that Order operated here, lie belongs to the Commercial Cluband was presi- dent one year. Is an Odd Fellow an(IRel)ekai, lias beencity council- n]an three terms and mayor two terms. Was a director of the l;ot, i- ell 1tank al)out ten years. Mrs. Bosiey is a Rebekah and I)e- about .,.ix m,mths was superinten(l- longs to lixe Auxiliary to tim en! of the ('dun(y-City braiding, iAmerican Legion. They are now Afler this he went I)ack and living in their fine modern h()me finished lhe course at Wilson's[ou Wilhlw street which they ('on- Busine college, when he finished ]strutted iu 1929. I last year. To make matters worse t.hrough out. The title of the pic- they have all five regulars hack ture is "Good Bye Again." There a re.,Hution at a recent meeting north and east rind to get newones is financed, is now in progress. I .... . . - . - . Me.,dames Cluck and Scrimsher  . ) s l (nlned cartoon end,)rlng an lnltrn ttlonal hlghax this vear. What a tombmatmn 1( s also a mu,aca ' .', " " " ' - established.  ........... m " face. and race night comedv with prizes which would have its northern ter- Boil elis road eonne tion will, favored ille ('IUD wl[n lnelr USl(' I .. r ........... .. r,,, ..... , .... ,, ]for lucky patrons on this program, minal al Fairhanks. Alaska. Lions l,ints .,,uth and .,utheast leave wl.h was hghl) apprecmte(!. ! Thv ut=l[cutv.. S ........ ' .... t34,,,. ,V "  " ('bib's. g, reneraltv. ,'Ire p ltting their ittle'to" be" ueqrel' ' "OuI- iu lhe- lotto-" lllree visil()rs .iessers., . ,lclxern- was a hu-e suctess and lhev wsh ...................  " " .. ev. l'rentiee and ,/oolr(Ige eaci[ +, .,,.,,.,n h,).. qr, .'eq(led I Miss Marie Imh,f of Irvinkqon.[>reng.u oemn( ,u_..),,e . er group there is a large tcrrnory rbu,nded to an invitation from  t, v,,;,,,a ,,,, .....  t ,,t ,  - I " . . a projecl 1,)17 al)s4)rp/ic)l! itll IdlllI . o * r . r i ( t]ll()rnlt is t uest It Ihel'hl]h )) xaltlng for more direct .ser),e t,, lhe (halrnlln to l,l k Fhe tudlt heir alrona re. They a I s,) ; ' "i, . i  . i ti [awl as a tinished prrluct that "" ..... ' " ' - Ior t p g ] , ( .eittle In commlltee re )rtcd on the,  1 be ta,-tm I tneti,  il B )(hell and g P( lo]lo','ln r i)llSl I nes home th %tek out wish to(hank the ' " g '"'t " ' ' "' ' -" I " " .- _ ".'i . . , ; . mg o S'MATTER POP-- It Began As An Educational Talk Presented Weekly Though the Courtesy of Paul's The ('mnner('ial ()lub session lfinan,'ial condition of the club. Monday night transacted importJ II. J. Mohn reported on the work ant business, and though not as of the drainage comnittee and ask- largely attended as .some sessions'ed for its discharge. Mr. B. E. it fully made up in interest whatl Boone was voted a letter of appre- it lacked in numbers. Iota(ion for the elh)rts he had made Messrs. E. C. Berto and Mark in behalf of the project Election Keeney had charge of the program, of officers was declared in order I)r.L. R Friend gave a talk on,and C. R. Wailers was duly elected tnbercuh)sis which was not only' president; Mark Keeney, vice-presi- informative but very timely, as dent and (:. V. Beardslee, secretary- the annual sale of Christmas seals, treasurer. A contest for the office by which the fight on this disease of vice-president enlivened this part of the proceedings. A lengthy discussion of the C. W. A. activities from several ang- les was indulged in and l'resident Crawford nau]ed a c,)uple of com- mittees to meet the prol)lems pre- senled, l)r. Friend drew the free ticket for the next meeting which will be arnmged by E. F. Gregory and Eslek Ormbrek. By C. M. PAYNE