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December 20, 1933     Bothell Sentinel and Citizen
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December 20, 1933

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I'AGE FOUR WASHINGTON NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST Brief Resume of Happenings ol the Week Collected for Our Readers Spokane--The annual meeting of the Northwest Potato Growers' association at Spokane voted to request federal regulation of the national potato crop next season. Snoqualmie--I,'ourteen inches of mmw is reported on the Snoqual- role Pass and Naches Pass high- ways. Crews are keeping the highways open, but if the snow continues Naches will be closed. The Satus pass has six inches. Pullman--Pullman has been se- lected as the place for the 1934 convention of the Washington State IItroicultural association. l)rofes.or O. M. Morris of Pull- man llas beea chosen president. Snoqualmie--Thc paving of tile Snoqualmie Pass highway has been discontinued for the season, to be resumed in tee spring. Three miles at tile eastern end of the 9.1-mile sector from Lake Keechelus to Kachess river has bees finish,d. Hoquiam--The .state of Wash- ington has moved to obtain its share of a $10,000,000 fund set aside by the federal government for lse in the construction of a national network of airports un- der the civil works program. Topenish-- Official authoriza- tion o[ Fort Simcoe as the site of one f the nation's three Indian foresfry schools has been received at Toppenish from the commission- er of Indian affairs. Pullnmn--The city of Pullman Personal Items Amusement l't,)ne the nev of your holiday travel and entertaimnent to ,l:I. The lk)thell Citizen. II. M. Norton recently arrived from Philadelphia to spend the holiday. with his family here. Our river has atlained several new records during the Btst week 'but the damage it i, doing i. neg- ligible. I}ean and Ri,'h Worthingt,,n t,)k delivery -Monday l a new P.rl4 X'- Ford deluxe tudor from the Green 3l, m,r (".. The ('oIYllt)uni|y Sunday-ehool at Kenmore will h,dd t heir ( 'hristmas part.v at tile ('lul hcme Thurlav evening, lh.t.eml}er 21M. A now elul. is uivin- a freedan(.e aud refreshmentat the K. (ff P. halt I-'riday niuht. Morley'- l;lu( Mebly Boy will furni.qi the Ins>it.. Vaughn B,,>ley. W. (L Kpmpin- ski and E. I-'. Gre,ry "',,T the w,,rks'" Saturday that o itlt in- ilati,n lille ILp 40 aim '% :orvi,.e n]en' orkqlniza t ion. Tile Kenumre COltmnlnity (.hll will kdve a ('hri:tmas party t,) lt;e kid(ties of their (.mmmni?y at their cluh hou-o F'rid:ly evening. tile -n(l. ;it " -'.h,ck. The Fire lop;lrt ment-L.inn dan(.e at lhe Parker lli;qwa.v Pa- vili,n was lareely attetlded and a c,,tty >11Ul ,f uloney %va- nettefl for the tire deparlment. All ('OUll'ilu)ql weft" prer.Plll lit the regular meeting of 3l,nday night, but ('iLv I'lvrk Vauhn tl)r.- le.v re,rtsa blank a> far a Iran- wilt ask the legislature to author- :,'ted lul.,.ine wa ',)n,'crnvd. ize the issuance of municipal bonds for the proposed national guard A.G. W,rtlAnet,m 1]a jIIM tt.t.[I armory on the site donated by the Pulhnan Community Memorial association. Hoquiam--Faced with a deficit in the state general fund, the state finance committee has authorized the giving of the fund an over- draft status and borrowing from other funds to meet general fund warrants. Wenatchee-- .Meyer John Moon- ey has solved the problpm of what police officers here will wear this winter. He will have the uniforms once worn by the city band made over for the policemen, whose uni- forms are getting shiny. There is no money in tile budget to buy new OlleS. Hoqui.m -- The VCa:hington Water Power company has budget appointed l,'al afloat for lhe Gen- eral ln.,-uranee ('o. af Anlerica. Thi ('gm]p;tny ha- .olDe stx)eial fea- tllre llJ;l| :II'P %%*)rth illVe>tikr:ltin. lr. G. E. Ri,.kett- who ha- 1,een >ervin,,z for ,everal month- a s %velltller cd,erver, ret)orts lhat thus this nmnth 11 inehe.-of rain ha fallen and that the record for tile 3ear i>43io(.hes. A(.tinff for the B)thell Lin. Electrician Walton Sin). Ilasde'of ated the tree at Dr. Friend'... cot tier with cobwed li,_'ht, ac('(mtin,.[ t- the annual ouM,m. The Ire(" i rovinz bier ;l rlt| ];;llldr.,qner every year. o, 0,:,0 SEASON '$ In view for 193-t opcraions in the REETINGS .fromthe.. Bright Spot TIlE Bo'rtlELI. CITIZEN WEDNESI)AY. I)ECEMI]EI{ 13. 1933 state, according to the bud;:et filed with tlm state d(,partment of pub- lic works. A new ruling of the utate reqnires that utilities file budgets in advance of the ca!endar year. Raymond  Tile 36-foot life guard boat formerly in use at North Cove was lifted from Wil- lapa waters at the port dock to a railway flat car for a ride to Portland. Tile boat has been bought from the government, and will be converted to a pleasure yacht by O. L. Markham, Port- land photographer. Seattle--Peeling an eel caused Mrs. Angellna Burro all kinds of trouble. The eel, a seven-pounder three feet long, was still alive, and took firm hold of Mrs. Burro's finger. Her screams aroused neigh- bors. An ambulance arrived and attendants treated her finger. Then Patrolman Daniel Driscoll dashed up. He took care of the eel. At the Intersection -: Bothell :- :tly tak,'- I,!,'t" il, a nudi,t c,,;,,n) "l'lmr,d;ty and lw, evening shows lflue and Lila Lee ill he see, il, :tll,I y,q -.-,- al,I Iear lheir ,i(h' ,d f,,r e%t.ryt,llt, a| :15 add !t p. Itl.""(Hlioer 13." the t,x.ilill stor 3 ,,I Attractions '"' '" '' '' "' ,t i,..,,, ,lU, ',,,ele ,,ill a,,, I,e a B,,,, Sleele;llw life ,,f a m,il,,reycle ,'op ,,n It.. li(,ll, tf tl,e lre:-ellt day. Ae('u'(I- We,lern "The (H(lahoula (v('h)lle" ielnergellcv squad. There wilt als. in t, tl,e ..attle PalX*r a nu(liM on this program, ibe a lllusie;ll ('(mledy wilh lh, l l.e- Tlmr.tay. llecember21."Elyia" e,l,,ny i- t- be e.tabli.qmd on Saturday, l)evemller23, lhe out-!roy and 311tzi Mayfair, a Boko the tory of the adventtlre, of t;il ,Vhidbv l.-land lhi.- ,tlnllner so Man(linl ].'ox prtxluolion "The eLl'loon ant another of the oollmdv " [ Brown. a Los Angele, neap,palter this picture will ive the pe, q)le of I'ower and the Glory' will beiraees wilh prizes fro' young and reporter, in the Camp Ely.-ia nud- this di.triet an inside .-tory that shown. (?olleen Moore and Silencer!old. (;lip the eoul)on in t(xtay's ist colony will be shown at the sh,)tlld make it easier to (lecide Tra(.y are featured in this story. ! paper and bring your pal or lie.,,l B(thell Theatre. PermL-si(,n av hether to join tile moveltlent or Autographed photos of Speneerigirl h) see. lids show I'm" jusl a ziven by the leader of tile cult to not. T- ave-ate(late the crowd Traey will lie given every la(ly at-;nh'kel. pilot.graph this pi'tures, it i ;ill and a.-ure -eat for all there will tending this show with an eseort.] authenti(, anti p^,rlrays what ;,'tu- be a ladie. matinee at 3:15 p. at. Tue.(lay. 1)ecentber Li, 3hnltei The ('ilizen is $1.00 per year. Bothell Pharmacy Last Minute Christmas Christmas Greeting Cards 12 cards 19c Gift Suggestions 1-3 Off on All Kodaks $7.50 Kodaks $5.00 $5.00 Kodaks $3.35 $15.00 Kodaks $10.00 $9.00 Kodaks $6.65 m Five Pound Box Chocolates 98c Ioilet and 10 Piece Toilet Sets $6.95 3 Piece Toilet Sets $4.75 3 Piece Toilet Sets, cheaper quality, $1.00 Manicure ets 11 Piece Manicure Sets - $15.00 value marked down to $9.95 Beautiful Roll Up Leather Case 7 piece manicure sets - $7.50 value, $5.95 Playing Cards Gilt edged cards - Fancy backs 29c Men's Leather Bill Folds See them to appreciate this value $1.00 Pipes A large selection 50c to $1.00 Electric Clocks These are exceptional value $1.98 Cigarette Cases 29c and 69c Vacuum Bottles 98c and $1.50 Lavender Gift Shaving Sets, $1.29 Other Gift Shaving Sets, 79c to $2.25 Stregis Electic Heating Pads, $2.98 Guaranteed Cigars - By the Box Gift Wrapped, $1.00to $3.75 Christmas Greeting Cards A Large Assortment at 21 price Razor Blade Sharpeners will pay for themselves in 6 months 98c Perfumes in Gift Bottles, 50c to $5.00 Combination Pen and Pencil $1.50 value, 98c Christmas Tree Light Sets extra globes 2 for 5c Glazo and Cutex Manicure Outfits 50c t o $2.00 Hawk Eye Box Cameras 89c takes good pictures Lord Baltimore Stationery 48 sheets, 36 envelopes wh,00t co00or 49c do you want Parco Pen and Pencil Sets $1.95 your name in gold free Made By Parker Perfume Atomizers 59c and $1.00 Flash Lights Everready complete with batteries 45c Electric Curling Irons 49c to 69c 49c Fountain pens 98c Guaranteed - Assorted Colors with Pencil to match $1.25 Cara Nome Face Powder $2.00 Perfume Free In A Gift Package Parker and Sheaffer Fountain Pens and Pen'cils Your Name In Gold Free S'MATTER POP--His Tummy Is Always Ahead Of Time By C. M. PAYNE , ,   1 W'Y,'.., Vr,:) anunn / ! -" 0 0 00o OgO Presented Weekly Through the Courtesy' of Paul's (Bothell) Service Station