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WEI)NESI) ',Y. DtLI;Mtff:R 13. 19"]3 TIlE BOTltELL CITIZEN PAGE FIVE Only Nine Shopping Days Left Until Christmas Meats- Lard North Creek News i.r,.,,; ,,,,, ',e,'e.,,,r '-'",,d, .',r. an,, ,lr. .,,a,', ,, Wa,,s. ,,r. ,, ,r,,,,,,,, men l"' ',, "," the -i ..... i ill hold i[. Ciristmas and Mrs. Fred h:emmrd an(t Mr.ll'au}  work Monday oil lhe ;,vhoul ground.- ,.,,,,,.o,,,,o,, ,,,,,,,,, Give Him Permanent Gift MelfTronlal left Monday for Mrs. Jamem and Mrs. Van!eveningat I'arkers llighway Pa-ltheplav-field. Thework is being a wi.onsin. " Lierop spent Saturday afternooll vllion, idone under the C. W. A. govern - Jane and. Sandra Bawl. pent the with .',Irs. Joe ,,ilnatlmrhome',..r, . ..... ,, .................. .- . . ..'ment relief, for His Car day V riday with .Mrs. Bertha The old timers of North Creek ogrie'a;'ldg(to;l'aLha;f ;act,'t'h;;'; Mr and Mrs Vodder 'rod .Ii. r heever. \\;'alley and Bothell regret to hear  regular custom towards the Chrlst- M:---   "',- " ' " :" . .- .......... " . - • .,ar,e Lou,se t,org were around, We Surest the Following Miss Mary lacob.-on of Seattle m the tragic oeatn oI .lr. uuv mas treat for the children of the those who ,tttend d - '" * * * * ' " ! t • ' • cu a lanlllV re- spent the weekend visiting relatives Green. dlstrict school. [union dinner at tim home of" Mr. and frmnds Mrs Sam Christensen attended  r IMrs and II • "" • - :" '" ' ' " " ! Gregory , andell, Jr. and Miss,,* :. ' ans Vodder of Maple Sportlight Heater • , . . - . a one o'clock bride luncheon atl •  , ,. .Its. O.,'ar , xlder spent Ttmr. g Vlrglnla Vandell were among thel Valle), Saturday, December 9th. Anti-freeze Radio dab" in Seattle at tim home of Mrs. t!m home of .Its. I eter X udder Onieouples of Bothell who attended] .. : Seat Covers Battery i iiiiii i I ! ii!i iii ii ! Luggage NEW Carriers 1934 Tires Cigarette Lighter Clock STAND BY FOR THE ": " ' " " "" " " ," " 'John announeed the possibility ofis(iationwhk.hwassponsoringthe CHEVROI£ET Mrs. I.C. llumphrles of Seattle Tronal. startlngatradessehoolhere, ifthe'.expositlonheklthere, lasting ,,e " O Display Soon • was  weekend mest at the home Mrs. llackett of lloquiam who patrons wish, under the C. W.A.idays. • •  . . of Mr. and Mrs. G. Vandell. has spent a fortnight at the home.government plan to help theunem-! M.ndMsAWinesfRe-fMrs.(arStonereturntoheripyedteachersaseIasthestud- Miss Rowena Sanders and four Bothell Motor Co round were Sunday dirmer ffuests home last week. ents who wish 1o enroll, tiffs takes ottmr yotmg ladies of the neighbor- at the Ralph Winters home. Tim new home of Mr. Ned And-in adults as well as the young folks. :hood acting as hostesses entertain- • ed lth a shoer for Mrs E(! Anyone interested in advaneementi '" ' "' ' - .'.  • erson ,mar 101 sx, hool is rapidlvl .- ........ Carlson at the S'mders home Mon Chevrolet Sales and Service Free Methodist Church nar*,, completion and will. be an- pmasejlms called"°-°perate'a meeting,'mSSfor m.Monday,dOnn da', ..... een,ng," " Deeember 4th, ,Mrs:. other beauty spot on our iilghwav, i C * December llth, to discuss phms arlson was the recepitant of many Phone 034 gothell Rev. C. Norman Petty, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Christensen; beautiful gifts. The rooms were attended the letterman's bridge Sunday 'hool, 10a. m. lun(.heon Friday evening in thel First Lutheran Church decorated with large ehrysanthe- Preaching, 11 a.m. - mums and refreshments were serv- #4444444444444444.444-#4M4$.4.4q4.4444 1 edtotwenty-onelmests. : CHINESE GIFT SHOP Sermon by the pastor, "Where Junior lllgh .hool auditorium in I ! Mrs. Ralph tlawlev was in Seat- l)welleth God?" Bothell. 1 O. Elllngn, Pastor  . Young people's meeting, 7 p. m.. Tim Grange ]adiesof groupl, un-i Saturday, Confirmation Class at tie Tuesday attending the Girl €. at Women's Exchange in Annex Building '* I)rea('hing, :45 p.m. der lhe supervision of Mrs. Ralphil0 o'elock. }Scout Council whiel convened in  D ...... = ; Sermon. "Five Ways of Commit- Winters will sponsor a Christmasi Sunday morning, Sunday Seimol!the White Building. Mrs. Ilawlev  ta t, aquer . ting the Unpardonable Sin." virt.v, Friday evening the 15th atat 10 Cclock. [as chairman of the Girl Scoot Met-  Linens Bridge Prizes 2 Everyone weleomC We are 1001::. l'r,:s'eeds to go to the flo,,r Services at 11 o'clock, ieer Island weekend camp, made  Jewelry gm,li lnvolf|ae i per cent fundamentalists. "'(_ome[ftlnd. AdmL.;lon 1;(.., supper 10c. i Luther League pro,ram at 7.30,her report on the camp which ha ............. . and see." [ " ." . " ' • 1o'(.. ok. ' "' ! "." • t" Girl Scouts  • •   nscmcne gtls lor eery purse, open only Eerb( el(ome o been lslted b for  ............. 'wi,ospent t',i .igfit thee and  Monday and Thursda afternoon and ............ [ ei',ht'-li,e 1,o went on da,'" "  Y B ." ' , , " rrll @ ..... '.r • 41 d ' • __ __ " _ to see tim lodge, during No,:ember  evenings, baturday all day. 1 iYafhnll Miss Virginia \\;'andell celebrated "lttltltltttttttt?ll'ltlrttt!l'1tt'''''''''''''"'''''''3 11111111"7,11 tlAIII/iql/W 11111141-'1 tmrbirthdavSalurdav eveningat --. J------,m--, t,#',V.m,lltl,,41,L J Jk₯ m41,JL lllkVJ., :Iltth;,m|;roI:t::rvPrt:n:[:,%|t;l:,j,::e Phone 072 ,. •  . • , "n • • . • of "Travel" wasenjoved the drN prizes going to l"hwenve llongve 1 • " • ]" ma A 1 ..... • --- -- 1 SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "" "prizes lie lento  B u dTuniS'w e g nl'°v" le'r, .0 rrlt:Ksen lilt. II doimnv Meglore. Guests prescnl ,,'ere Ruth Bear(lslee. B(.atri,'e Lie- THRIFTY ARMOURS SHORTENING Po=00s ..................... 17c 17c 2 Pounds ..................... ROUND or SIRLOIN, 17 Pound ....................... C BEEF POT ROAST Pound ' llc KRAUT ........................ 10c 35c 2 Pounds ..................... CHEESE, / lb. Packages All Varieties ................. 15C DANISH BONQUET Pound ........................ 25C SWISS CHEESE 35c Pound ........................ Our Saturday Feature 3 Pounds ..................... BUTTER 2 Poun ..................... 53c Get your tickets for our FREE Box of Groceries 49 lbs. Fishers Flour--3 lbs. Reliance Coffee and many other good items MOTHERS VANILLA 35c 8 Ounces ...................... LAVA SOAP, Large 19c 2 for ......................... FELS NAPTHA 2 for .......................... 9C PILLSBURY BUCKWHEAT 45C FLOUR, 2 for ................. GOLD MT. FLOUR 10 Pounds ................... 43c GO. MT. TISSUE 19c 4 for ........................ BREAD lt/ lb. loaf 10 Sliced or unsliced .............. C 1 POUND LOAF 7 White, Wholewheat or Raisin .... C PAN ROLLS 5C Package of 12 ................. seki. Shirley Ricketls. Ilelen Tunis Florence Rongve. Bud Wegner Leon Glidden, Ronahl Green ,lolmny 3Ieglore and Ja(.k l'tt and the hostess Miss Virginia and her brother Gregory. North (:reek \\;'alley Grange held its annual election last We(Inesdav at the emmmmily hall. The fol- lowing were reinstated and elected: Ernest Langlois. master: Alfred Jollnson, overseer: Mrs. ,Iudson Cheerers, Lecturer: Warren Win- ters. steward; Ed Kennard, assist- ant steward: Mrs. Harry Wilkins. chaplain: Ralph Winters, treasurer: Mrs. Win. Olson, secretary: Mr. Will Welhnan, gate keeper: Miss Marie Louise Borg, Ceres: Miss tlazel Winters, l'omona; Elhm Mae Olsen, Flora Miss Ness, lady assistant stewerdess: executive committee, Ralph Ilarbeck. A good number attended and a de- licious supper was served by Miss Nalley's Salad St. Joh,, and .llss .'ess. " Time Dressing 0000thodi00t Episcop.00 TWO TALL Church • .................. 25c Rev. C. L. Walker, Pastor Sunday, I)ecember 17 Vegetables Fruits 9:45 a.m. church school, Mrs. W. . E. Nims, superintendent. 11:00 a. m. morning worship. 35c Celery, Med., 3 10c Spuds, Yakima, 50 lbs. 49C Lettuce, good, heads 5C Cabbage, per lb. lc Oranges full juice, 3 doz. Lemons, doz. . 19c Special music by the choir. 4:90 p. m. Junior League in social hall. * Ii p.m. Intermediate League :00 in the social hall. 7:00p. m, Evening IIour Bible study. 8:00 p. m. Cantata, "The Angelic Choir." by the choir of our church, under the direction of Mrs M,'Jude Erieksen. TImrsday, December 21st. Rev. Michener, former pastor of this church and al preseqt superintend- ent of the Goo(I Will Industries of IDAHO RED BEANS 3 Pounds ...................... l, POPCORN 2Pounds ...................... lle Gra e Frui" "" "" Ta,,,,,,,a, ,,'ill l,e with us and deliv- p t, o Ior zac er m uldr, ,t s , ,,, l,,,t,, CINDERELLA GROUND €il  ;  = ' 1- • "' .'. -- # I ..... •:I)e('elnber"n(I the Sun(l'v S(l(. • CHOCOLATE, 2 lbs ........... Lllo I • .... , • I L  ...... kA.. A*^_J I" ..... • will k'ivea series of l)arlie> Io t}m velyuouy ttttenu rlreman [ PEETS WASHING OJ [ " lchillren in lhc chllrcl, In lh,' | POWDER .................... /-tic [ Legion Ball, Kenmore, Saturday. 1 ,m,,r,,,,,.;, ,.,...,"..,.,.,.,.,.,.,, ,, ibe vrHerlaillcd. ;l[l(] Jli I]LU o,ol)Jll roll,' j [,r th,lri fl ii1 ill. ' SPECIALS Gold Shield Coffee always good 1 lb. tin 27’., 3 lb.,tin 75c. • A Northwest product Sperrys Pancake and Waffle 4 a% Flour, 2 1-2 lb. pkg.. 1 0C Happy Home Pumpkin for 41 best Pies, No. 2 1-2 tin • l ZC Soap- Cream Oil, 5 bars, 23c ' Buy a new CHEESE i BROOM Full Cream ! For Christmas 15c. per lb. I 49c. to $1.15 Asparagus, Delicious No. 2 Just like the new fresh Can 2 I C Coffee Brazil No. 15 per lb. i 5C Sweet Potatoes N°'I 5 lbs. 19c Potatoes Finest U. S. No. 1 29e in shopping bag, 15 lbs. Sugar, Pure Cane, 8 lbs. 3 7C WHILE THEY LAST Women's Storm Rubbers,sizes 2 , to 6. 39c