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t PAGE FOUR THE BOTIIELL CITIZEN WEDNESDAY, DECF.MBER 13. 1933 Cottage Lake Mr.. S. W. R.,:ers, 31r. 31. ,I. Grades in /x tt .,,,,,s a., .,, ,... ,;u ,.:r,,.,,. i,.' uperetta has .,i.,,,..i...ers.,.i i,.. ,,,.,,,..T,., .,I.,,. e:.'" ".: ,,,-,.,a. Water Problem Wel'e hPl'e frolll Aberdeen for a l'ek )[x.relta ',viii bo present(at hy lee days. They expeel 1o lm at holllC tirade >oh(..d Wedne,day leceu> her 20th. at  o'et(.k. TEe ,.ast I'y a ,,,t, rt aetiorl ht,t week the perlllallelltly very sOOll. inolude vhil{lren from trade, ,ne W,.tinville ..i:,,l district was all- Mrs. hla .laektin, son, SlanleY:to .-ix. The story i, of tee iaptacn - alld lliece, l";ty Marie Rogers, spent ing.s it| ;t family livintt r,,,m ,m rect,l t, witiMraw fr,,nl tiJe water tile weekend at Vash(m Island vis-:christlnas eve. Wit}: tim S:th(l:lia.rl b'P-ille,r-. It apt/ear- l},at tim dis- iting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gra- and l)ream Man t- makelt,,-ir vav tri,'t Lad been .,4:_Ilia& a water set- ham. '.,afe, Santa Claus and I..i_- :neen- rive t,, [/eopie ivine along il pipe atte, %i.l.: t ,!c;i,'i,,,,- .::-:. :;,:. -:,. :.:,:. - , .. :: :.::A .ri,JnJ. Ad- l)(q'millvd I() :) int() >(,l'ql. ::.i--i :: ',. : r D. ,.,> ki';] ],.'. ll,l" btl:ill('>\>. tile waler Many b)('al egg producers will ,hare in the W,'lsliillgton ('o-()per- alive Egg &: l'oultry Assn. eight percent (lividend 1o be distribuled on or before l)ecenlber 30th. The a.4soeialion has 3,132,404 .,dmre of a! 'par value of $1.00 outstanding. A (.ivic action brought in lhe] i superior court asking $20,000 dam- I' ages from Deputy SherilI Frank] Elliott and Sherilf Banni('k result- e(I in a verdict for the aboe de- CHOOSING GIFTS--is perplexing, yet it is a very satisfying pleasure, because of the knowledge that each selection will be your private messenger of good will--and what would Christmas be without that? Each article in this list of Christmas remembrances will strike the Chord of the Christmas Spirit in the heart of every recipient. Picked up at random on a stroll through this cheery Christmas store, are these:-- FOR MOTHER House Slippers Bath Robe Pajamas Hose Night Gown Silk Bloomers i Silk Scarf Shoes Handkerchiefs Boots Electric Toaster Leather Jacket Electric Iron Wool Jacket Apron Silk Dress Wash Dress Sweater Skirt Purse Wool Shoulderette Clothing Hangers Bed Lamp Kid Gloves Wool Hose FOR DAD House Slippers Shirts Garters Suspenders Belt Ties Sweater Handkerchiefs Purse Key Holder Bath Robe Pajamas Underwear Kid Gloves Rain Coats Rubber Boots FOR THE HOME Blankets Silverwear Bed Spreads Electric Clock Silk Comforter Bath Rug Dinner Sets Table Linen Bath Towels Linen Towels Fancy Pillows Pequot Sheets Magazine Rack Hand painted vase Framed Picture Curtains Drapes -Stamped Goods FOR BROTHER Leather Gloves Games Sweater Slippers Shirts Ties Sox Fountain Pen Foot Ball Wool Blazer Cord Pants Tweed Pants Oxfords Logger Shoes Handkerchiefs FOR SISTER Silk Scarf Purse Hose Lingerie Handy Case Bed Pillow Perfume Atotnizer Dresser Set Stationery Handkerchiefs Powder Compacts Gloves Games House Slippers o=Op. Mercantile Co. lhe tore of the Christmas pirit After All the Kiddies Are the Ones That Gets the Big Kick Out of Christmas 1 BOOKS ................................................... 25c to $1.00 A Quality Selection GAMES ................................................... 15c to $1.00 SEWING SETS ...................................................... 25c h Real Value HAWKEYE BOX CAMERA ............... 89c Takes Good Pictures FOUNTAIN PENS .......................................... 29c PING PONG SETS .......................................... 59c FOOT BALLS ....................................... 39c 3 BOTTLES of PERFUME ..................... 25c In a Fancy Box For the Little Girl TEDDY BEARS ................................................... 59c REGULAR FELLER Paint Set ......... 25c TREE LIGHT SETS ........................ 49c & 89c Bothell Pharmacy Gift Headquarters I Public Harket LINERS Rates: Ic. per word per issue. Min- imum charge 2Sc. Tablels in bundles, your (.hoice of bundles for 10e. The Citizen. For Sale Weaned pigs. phone Mrs. ForreM Watls :lad liIlle daugllter. Joy. of Yakima are visit- ingwith Mrs. Watts parents. Mr. alld Mrs. (;oo. Essenhurff. Pentecostal Meetings at K. of P. Hall Per. Win. Whiteside. Pastor. Sunday Scllool at 3:1 p. m. l'reael,ingal :30p. m. Workers from Seattle every Suit- day. Everyho(ly wel(.ome. 4n. r_,_.,i, Christian Science Vor Sae.--a moder,, s. oo., Society, Bothell hotlse and oIle k)t. Citizen office. A Ilrallt.h of Tile Mother Clmreh, lligh. The Fir-t ('hurch of ('briM, .ien- For Sale-- Acreage paved on fist. ill 1{O>tOI1, Massachusetts. way. Inquire Citizen olliee. lloMs servi(.es every Sunday at, 11 a. m. B. E. Boone please call al Tile ('iti- Sun(lay School at 9:45 a. m. zen office for two tickets to the Wednes(lay evening services at, Bothell theatre. :00 Cclock, include testimonies o[ healin,,.,. Get your Thanksgiving Goo.e or Duck from Goring's, one mile north on Everett llighway. l'hone 21S4. 12-20 For Rent--One and two room ('ab- ins, light, water and heat fur- nished. Inquire ;it Citizen office. Scrap books made to order. Two sizes and pernlallent or loose leaf styles. 50c. and up. The Bothell Citizen. Slumpage For Sale Old growth cordwoo(1, hop-l)ole timber and cedar poles. Write .I.E. Van- Brunt, R. No. 1, Box 4, WocxI- inville. 12-20 HOLIDAY SPECIAL Ringlette Permanent Waves $2.50 $3.50 $4.95 Phone 712 Alice's Beauty Shop RADIO REPAIRS Vincent K. Hohman Certified Radio-Trician First [']()use Fast of l'hone Office or i I'II()NI: lq S 11 Rea(ling roolns in the ehur(.|l e(li- rice are open frolll 2 to 4 p. nl. oil We(lnesday. also after ea[.t service. The public is cordially inviled to atten(I our church services and to use our real(ling r()oln. Theatre SCHEDULE 3 Shows Every Week Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday rUSDAY, mOW..4 Mae West in "I'M NO ANGEL" arch of Champions & Betty Boop SATURDAY, DIS. l Janet Gaynor & Warner Baxter in "Paddythe Next Best Thing" Autographed Photo of Warner Bay ter Given FREE to Every Lady Coming with an Escort