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airy Cream &apos;l"a, te Bettet ;,:t it at NITARY MARKET FARM, R. 1, BOTHELL Grade Dairy Produc00 "me to ul Tidings ,nderful preparations good old San- ,ne his work can only tristmas shopping will cceptable gifts may be ,. Santa has given was that many of Lses immediately and just at Christmas Eve. such service--and rchase you care to beautiful displays of ladden every heart. make it a "Merry :antile Co. Spirit GHT COMPANY BE.r . or a bin, or put on a rack, to order to meet the particular we must have and maintain other facilities. requirements of our customers, periods of prosperity ate thriving. Failure to build be without power just when of course, we would be severely ibilities as public tervanu. plants, poles with his stock of salable goods. and wait until business picks up. plants curtail or stop produo operating and maintaining our thi.. because of the nature furnish you service when you in fixed facilities you expenses which must be taken output, or any other condition. of our gross income is necet " This, plus the fact that no fat to carry us through lean and results in an infle::bility with commodity prices. Sincerely, PRESIDENT pushes the button at any hour amguisbmaybe blankety f NgwsPAPEIt I)E% o! "1;1) TO TjE plgOGR]E% O!: B()TIIIEII. A 1 ADJACENT , ICINIT l"ll()ltOt(,l[ ('0" IltA(,l': %VI'IEKLY. A I'.%PIEK ]["Olt AIJ. IIOM]I':,. IN rile BOTHklLJ. TILkDLNG AKk2sk VOLUME XXVI. B()TIIELI., WASIIINGTON, SATURDAY, I)E('EMIII,:I 16, 1933. NUMBER 6 Special Bond Election December 30th W. A. PUTS HUNDRED MEN TO WORK I Hollywood Citizens ON LOCAL PROJE( ',I IS --- COMMUNITY Organize New Club BEING IMPROVED BY FEDERAL AID With tile inauglll'ati)ll t! tlt, ('. \\;V. A. I,r,,rall }.'n" a decided diang'e is ll,,ted iti every a,.livil.v ,,( ,,Ill" ,,,lli- munity. It is a .luille for the l)eltel', l,,ll"j h'hiv,.,l. A t t "  . " r Ofl : ('onlnlunity chlb was .,':.:r:.ze' at a :t:h*.in;4 held t,y the ,.t.z..r.- ,,f thxt di,t:ict :*t the Hol, ly - w.',,, ! ,. :,,o! ?i,,use FIi,t'Lv ni:.:t': T'.. f,,Aowing offi('els wcle ehcte,.l "., gz.,.q- l.>e lest.n:t- t,f the n-w Work proje,.t.s wllieh never w,,tlh[ ]lave I..,.li att,'llll,t- .::.:...::: on: ,; c ..,t.:, l,,esdent: ,dare going on at a rate that is slirl,rising ali,l ,q'ati frill'.' , . '. A l;,,:,:hald*. S('('llt:lly allti tie'is- in the extreme. :,: : Ch:;st Lawty, (1. C. Martin and Work on the river has been stopped f0r the time being on account of the high water which makes it almost im- ssible to clear more right of way, but the men so employed have been temporarily transferred to the high school grounds where much improve- meat is needed. The dredge not being on hand as yet, the river work will not suffer for the shut-down. Local School Girl Wins First Place In Violin Contest A I3. ltoard, trustees. Tke /,copSe of that pro;gressive com- rnan:ty have worked hard to obtain i-'edetal funds for the remodeling of the school house which they intend to con;-e:t into a community center. The gzounds ate being improved with the ai-I of C. %V. A. labor for a play :,:sand. A tennis court and a swim- rrAng pool will be provided. Favorite Bothell Sport Under Way As Season Opens Town Will Vote On Building Project --- One-Story Unit Planned For the Present 'l'l.. l:lle for llw Sl,e,.ial I.,l.l eh','li,,ll is ,lrawill It'az'. i'hllts l',,v tile tiew ,.ivi,. I,tlihlili' aw. -,,lll,h.te mi,| tl., re- "l'xv,, b:ketb',]l g3`,ws ue on the u,.,:,'.t .f,,.. si,,,:t f:,",: he, e next week. 'IlU'Sl  l',,r sl;lle ;ill[ ,q,\\;i,l'lllll(qll ;li{[ lllll[s 1, t'iliall,'e the ()n T:e,u,y evenin: l:othell meels ll'.j('l }1;1\\;'[' X(tllC lit. lledm,,,>i and on Friday they meet It was t',,lll[ tlial it, ;I ni, undertakilig within the the tough l-:nuuwlaw aggtlegation. Th,- '.,st,-, n,atch wm no doubt he' l'oavl 1! llle taxlmyel's was attmlil,ted, a two-story bl|ild- excit:na. Ehunlclaw won the Puget' ilig t,, ac,.,mmlo(hlte till auditorium would I)e impossible Sound champaonship last year and has I th ....... e ean, ,,n the l:oo," again at tliis tin,'. 'l'lie l,lals a,.,.epted by the council call fin' a this set:son. Hothell always shines on 'IHI('-stIH'V aid basenlent building whi,:h would house the an}" pavilion flc,r so here is a chance :,',, ,.[ulnil)ers. liln'ary, fire department, jail aud a to dope out the resins st m,s year's l worl shop and storage space for the street departnlent. race in advance. The baskebn o.,,t pa, ty last F,.i-:This curtailed lW,.je,.t w, mld satisfy the greater teed of da3 n:aht .ettcd $27.05 for the Let- tlw t,,\\;\n. (,vl.n. though it is n,)t all that is desired by a re, men X a ,esut the frst and,o.reat many of the citizens. The construction is to be of st,end teams have been de,Red out in con, ple'e new outfits, tilt, first ,l'der, without lavish touches, and the unit is s,) The drainage of the school grounds is one of the most important features being taken care of at this time and the recent heavy rains have brought mny needed changes to light. It was found that when the water level of the creek raises, the basement of the high school was bothered by slow drainage and many of the old tilings were in no shape to take care of the excessive demands. The workers are busy instaliing new drain tile at the athletic field and building a companion field and track. The lake at the lower end of the grounds is being cleaned and the ter level will ,be lowered to aid in draining the whole project. At the grade school grounds much landscaping work is already done. On the west slope terraces are being con- gueted end this area will be seeded to lawn. The playfield ,below is being improved at the same time. Fifty- five men are employed on these jobs la ountion with the school district work a crew of .fifteen men is busy at the Hollywood school where a recreation field, tennis courts and picnic ground are being completed as a sort of a gathering place for cit- izens of that part of the district. The faculty it,self has been benefit- ........... ; de sis'ned to lake care ()f an additional st,,ry at some fu- FIREMEN WILL BENEFIT ..uv LARGE ,,,,,, ,b,t,, witll,,llt llm,.ll a,hliti,,nal ,mtlay. ,, rl'lu' ,.,,mer ,,f l:irst and Fir streets, f,,rmcr l,,,.ation FUNCTION ATTENDANCE AT DANCE :'": '"'"' :Ires lw(,n lakml lldm' el,lion by the ,.itv f,,r tile 1,u,:p,)se .... I Pa:k,-:s Pavilion is the lt|Igest in' '}1' slits llllildilla" ill ,as, tlle })0n/ls CdI'I'V. This fine 1,1,,t af A: ::::.'-'-m-nts for what is expected ! ths .:,:,: : :;5 the county and ",',ill ac- ' " " ,,, ?.-:>,- :z:,-ae:t soc'!al affair of the lc,.,mm',d ,: .... .n,,::ste: e:,,w,t. There' gl',,mld is .elitrall\\;" lo.ated and nieets all the rl.,luire- ted by the program. For the past did playing and her winning was an featJres to guarantee a good time to all. Parker's Bothell Hiway Pavilion at Kenmore has been secured for the event- Music will be by the Legion Whizz- [bang Band which has performed with Oladye B/inks, VloUnt }much popularity at the Legion dances First prize winner in the Seattle-King[this fall. All proceeds go into the County Music Festival. held Friday I firemen's fund. the Legion participat- evening at the Chamber of Corn-ling only in the work of making the merce, Seattle. ]dance a success. --- [ One feature of the evening will be Gladys Binks of Bothe!l won firsta "turkey shoot" and other diversion place in the Class B contest, for 7th.!:s planned for those who do not care !8th and 9th grade contestants, the se- :to dance. lected solo being De Be,tot's Scene de Ballet. She received many fine com- ments from the judges for her spten- Waiters President ' .'-" -e',',n h,:,-. ;:e completed hvt :.s ple,-ty of l,a:l::ng space ',:'hich is i Y.:: !O:'. ,J-*:l.*liitI(-e: a of the Atlle:ic:tr= ,.'-][ ::zhtod h::.i i,olieed. ;-:z ,-. -'d Hell,i! Fi,e Departnzent. Kin:z ('ount.v Voltu,e 75 of the 40 a_.-- r.-.:e..t dance which the:e o:- et S is a!so eoope,ating to make the I g':r..zat.or.s are :iving Saturday night ,:lance a knock-out. After the "wreck" Des-,robe, 16. will offer various new whtch takes place in Seattle early in the evening, the whole contingent is e:vpected to form a caravan to attend as a friendly gesture to the local or- ganizations- llWlllS. All ,ivi,. ai,l ,.rvi,.e ,,rgalizati, qlS ,,f th,- t,,wn have l,hi,'v,l l]wir slmll, ,,f altproval m lhe ]lr,,p,,sal and are 1,h.dael t,, w,,rk t,\\;val'd its realizati,m. As public spirited citizens it is the duty of all people within, the city limits to turn out Saturday, De.ember 30 t,, vote for the hands. The town will have to build soon in any event, and probably never again will we have an By supporting these affairs people of this section are participating in[(qw)rtunity to get our civic center for fifty cents on the activities which are inexpensive and dollar. You'll have to vote if you put this over. at the same time supporting a tax- free fire protection unit The record ]made by the department by saving [ [property in the outlying districts is Methodist Church ManyAll-Stars Are ! I commendable and all the reward the volunteers ask is support at these Will Present Xmas Picked From Pop 'functions which supply the funds to [operate their efficient organization. Cantata Sunday l Keeney's Gridsters Dairy Herds ! The Christmas Cantata, an annual The annual football banquet was faw months teachers have been tak he was corn tm in ," achievement as s l g fir g cre of an added number of stu n ,ohnzs .. ".with many talented you g .... " 00_-.C0mmercialClub aenm unoer a very severe teaching I There were four separate divis:.on- ehule, but two librarians and study [ for the violin contestants, primal'. hall teachers were supplied by the t elementarv, junior high school and government this week easing the sit- :high school classes. AI1 four first uation considerably. I prize gold ,nod.! w:.nn,.r are '.'.:s;. Superintendent Hodge stated that if students of Ethel-Ann Y', SeatCe. mothers of the district are faw)ably' inclined, it will be possible to (btair, ! ,r.-,ke ,,r: "'Tube,culosls". The ',bi.,'" Bethel! Commermal club met Mon- !av nlgE: for election of officers and *. zr.:a: meetir.z, a representat:ve -ro-.,.'d b-ing present. ASset ,E,. dinner Dr. L. F. Fr!end Given High It[Ig00a"n00 event of the M. E. church, will be pre- sented at 8 p.m. Sunday under the dir- ection of Mrs. Carlton J. Ericksen. The monthly repo of the Snoho- Everybody is invited to attend this m:sh County Dairy Herd Imp,'ovement : cantata which is the most colorful and assoiatlon has just been compiled elaborate event of the ehurch year. 5, ore the reports submitted by the The chorus consists of: I.illi:.n Ha,'- testers. Blaine N,.-ison and Dan Howell ' low. Verna Schrimsher. Mihh'ed Martin teachers to inaugurate a l ,le--;chool II.;TI'RNN FRO.%I EAST . . - Mrs. L!oyd F. GAS,.: e'u:r.:.d :'=" t:r,:,r:7," :v.'Z t.hc- Ch:'i:tm Sea! class as a result of the C. V. A. pro- [M(,ndav fzom a:: .>:',..:.!e! ;-.::r :n th,- ",, on :n ful! ,w n2. D,: to: gram. The federal employment con>. mission has signified its willingness to supply the needed help for this activity. The pre-school class would help to prepare the kiddies for reg- ular school work next next year and would cost the district nothing. On the city streets a crew of 25 men are making new scenery, espec- ially in the Woody Addition. Street which have never been cut through ace now fast becoming modern thor- oughfares. The Town of Bothell is being im- proved In many ways, mot projects being those which would not have been touched for many years to come. But this is not the main part of tbe good which is being aceomplished ']':ast. She att,.nded "L ('.'-.":y :,f P,',,gzes., ftir' at Chic.a- anl [ate: spent several nlon'ha with :e:tt'."-= at Columbia City. In4. Th.- :epo:t shows that there were 1315 13everly Beckst,'om. Viola Essenburg. , .,we on t::e -,ok ,of :he association ' Mrs. Essenbu,'g, Marion Ca:u. Jean ],egion Entertains With Italian Dinner Judging by the crowd which at- : tended %Vednesday night's Leion i ?, . , meeting, one woul,l almost _rank an- i other distzict conic' er, c, "a'a ::ne: way. he hall w3s tax,.d to :ta c- pacity to take of the large nurn- Under President Roosevelt's plan. !bet" of members and ,u ' ;.e=e.-t The human element enters into this and Con,man(ler Vauhr, !:;,el;.:; had to a greater extent. Men with de- n fine prods'am which w, tun off pendnts who have been on tbe relief rolls for months or have been strug- like clock work. glin during this time to kep off The conference committee reported that a p,ofit was made by the post them, are now busy at gainful tasks, at the recent district gathr:ng, a Their spirit is changed. They a,'e "he inten" to carry on c:vi2 benefit p:off:ams. The Iection of officers was the next or:ier of business and balloting pro- "--.ed .;2 a b:l:lness ke :%'?,','. Cha:",cs H %Va:t-:s :, the neW preside.",*. Ma:'k K,-n?: v::.o-p,e.-:dent a::i (" %" I;,a: t-:e/? "A'3s le-e,ecte,l "o the :...- :"a:ysh:p E:lek On,b, eek anl ti. F. ;rezory we, e named by P, esid'n: .C:awford to arrange the proaram for the next meeting at which time th,' , newly-elected officers will be installed Matters pertaining to work project now be!ng carried on were taken nl, held at Kirkland on Monday night. Kirkland playing host to all teams in the S. V. I. A. conference Superin- tendent Campbell of Renton schacls was the principal speaker of the eve- ning. P, othell and Kirkland tied for" the championship this year and althouzh P,:iz'kland got the t,ennant for the sea- son. Bothell keep "he t.n'ee-year ?'::::.i o'::'.ine,t "he f!zht azai:::t th , ,i'.;:::t--:h,. n:-,:::h The :vevae produc- %Valke,'. Marion Nims. Frances Gain- trol)hy. :..,-:. !,-i disc-ate ,.p.d ,iefinc.-I th,. ca,:- .... v,- } < I " ]'"" " ] ( f ] ]; k ad a6 b:e. Virginia tal.lFro xA'S. Marion Ig.rame, Picking of all-eta`re f the con5er- " ] = = * i" " ''; a :  +" ':" r " " O "' " ;  *  } '''V' ! :" .... : " ' : .......... .la.rjo "V Con "el" Merlin Fro:,tee. (?ho- ,nee was !he ,)f {he events of the ...................... . ' I I  [ < )  r'l*:+-I  " , O" ('0%%'. { " "*''v''e re h .... bo'  ........  'ter Vfilon Mark Keenev, George Mar-levening. Bud Ez'icksen of lothe[i _. - r...,, ---s " '" "" /  "r'e '('t o J"-- }{'iN<on F, othell .... _. . P,,;--" Pnt co k%'iNian %%':. '..e, ............... :tin Bud Ericksen Charles alartln. was honored by be:.n" chosen as a- "'' ..... [:]i ........................ ,,)us:st:n:, of 34 g,a,te Holstolns. was '  .... :,. .... 7k:/o,?: .:=h :n he l :If%On;o" Z Cg:lt:vf00;' .o. en c,#;:2 :oT:00:e,,co a. sta,s as pi00ked .. t: ......... . .%- a,-e:ae ; : " 'tl) ,; t ' r ' " g " I  ,d -n oO'" and a-kd the n .q- "" . ..... ttarlc' Vhat Musc Flls the. k.x--Cho -,bv the l avers we'e En,l -Mezlore. " ..... : '" " " '' o" n,k and 353 I'' ntis o! tat A..t. " 4 ?,,-"  o" "he e i) to atten.1 the "- n-,. " ....  " , ,le Hol te ns at us Solo-Verna Sehrimscher. t-', )theII" 13, sod. Snoqualm e. Tackles " " " . " "" '(',)oks ,,ex.1 )f 3) :r:: s .- . ' o , and ' :n.z+ and )o:n the o,aan;zatien whi,'h t(i ,comb xa oonJ :n th  divi-on The,'e Came Three Kings--Ch 'ts %Vitman. I',: rkland: Fore. Foster. , -.v-o'% - pa,'iot,e and fo,'m.t w+'h  g" " " "  ' . ' " . " ..l olo by George .Martin. Guards Johnson. F.othell; Gillie. Fo ...... " ......  - " with an avelae of 8. tmunos st nlllK " "" ' " e d * " - " -' - _ ..... Rec;tat,ve--And There %% e,e Sheph r s ter. Center Er ek.-en I,othell. ,,acks. and 34.1 pounds of fat "lne l-cow ner( .... He!steins. belonging to the Anderson Solo--Merlin Frease. IFunai. Bothell; Landstrom. h:irkland: Estate at Stanwoo,i. stood third in this Good Tidings of Great Joy-Chorus Landforce, Snoqualmie and Vtalters, division with an average production of And Suddenly there was with the Bothell. 75,; pounds of milk and 297 l)ounds of Angel - Ladie/ Chm'ns. ' On the socond team wero the f,):- Y',ethlehem Chorus. .lowing local plav,.s: %Vo,'thington. as fat. In the small i,',,l dh'i:ion, the held Ma,'y's Manger Song. sots -Mildred tackle; Shlton. :is :lar,l: IVener of 14 :a.:!e ;'.mzn:ev:. be!on,tim to P. Martin. 'and Cleats, as hacks. .M. Johns,),:. Sih'ana. 51oo,t high with On ",hi: Night All Nigh{s Excelling. Those picked bv the coaches we,,.: ',n averaae poductionof 59R pounds of c'}o,'us, l':nds. Meglore. Bothell; Simmon,L% mi;k and 322 poun,ts of butterfat. All My Heart This Night Rejeices. ;Kirkland. Tackles. Vitman. Kirk- Ralph Cook's herd of 7 mixed breed Men's chorus. Iland; Underhill, l,othell. GuardL cows averaged 592 pounds of milk and Joy to the VorId, solo Lillian Har- i John, son, Bothell; Cooper, Issaquah; tow. Perron, Kirkland. Center, Bud Erick- t2A.l poun,:l. of fat. J.A. Carlson of[Hark. Hark. Mv Sou! %Vomen's chor-lsen. Bothell. P, acks. Landforce. So- ; .t::;'o:o,.* had ?he rhir,t hi2!l hor,t in this