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February 16, 1933     The Issaquah Press
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1933 TAYLOR Jim Junevich has retm'ned home from Seattle where he has worked as a carpenter for several months. Tom Whitchouse of Kanasket an(l Homer Parks of Selleek were week- end visitors of Mrs. S. Patzek. Mr. McConnell, daughter Louise and son DonaM were Renton visitors THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON ii i i ill Mrs. C. E. Kinnune spent Wednes- day visiting Charlie at the naval hos- pital at Bremerton. tie has been very ill but is now on the road to recov- cry. * * * W. W. Brooks is going to the Tay- lor th)spital in Auburn tomorrow, ~*here he will undergo an operation. C. L. Olson, who has heen confined to bed for two weeks with a severe Saturday. attack of rheumatism, is able to be Mr. and Mrs. D. Donckers and at)out again. fanfily visited their son-in-law and Mrs. Catherine*13n~iwn of Seattle daughter, Mr. and Mrs. P. tturley, of was a guest this week of Mrs. An- Selleek. drew Erickson, Tom Babchoniek, whu has been] ,timekeeper for Gladding, McBean &l Miss Myrtle Carey, who has been Co., has returned to his home in lworking in Tacoma, is ill at her home Black Diamond and is taking a post lhere. * * * graduate course at Tahoma. ] Mr. and Mrs. William Trigg were Mrs. F. Beaman and daughter Mrs. iSeattle visitors Wednesda:. ~I. Lotto of Renton were visitors of! Mr. and Mrs: G['~an?M. Gibson and Mr. McConnell and children duringi family of Sultan called on John tt. the past week. -IGibson Sunday~ The Senior 4-tI Club held their ~aonthly meeting Tuesday and made Mrs. Charles Sellers and daughter Plans for future work. Barbara of Juneau, Alaska, arrived Mr. and Mxs. Louis Krall and Mr. this morning for a visit with the and Mrs. M. Lazor attended the wed- former's mother, Mrs. Barbara Your- ding of Mary Rusnak and John Krall glieh. * * * ia Issaquah recently. Mrs. O. A. Finney and daughter of ~" Bremerton are the guetss of Mrs. H. Seattle Issaquah East0n w this week. * * * Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schneider, Mrs. EXPRESS (minimum) 25c A. Wilson and Mrs. J. tI. Sehomber were Seattle visitors Tuesday. U PPE R SQUAWK Mr. and Mrs. V. Riehards and ehil- ! (2::;;i,~ge];; dh: n: llmgS::t f a,T h;:sd a Y Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nible and chil- dren of Seattle visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Neilson and children were callers at the Hallworth home Thursday evening. Hard to Tell LEAVE ISSAQUAH Mesdames Gee. Ek, L. R. ttepler 8:10 a.m. 3:50 p. m Dan Davies, R. J. Schneider, A. Wil- Extra Sundays, Holidays, 8:10 p. m. son and J. H. Schomber attended a special meeting of Union Chapter at LEAVE SEATTLE North Bend Monday night. The W. 9:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m. G.M., Hester Brown, was the honor Extra Sundays and Holidays 10 p.m. guest of the e:eni, ng., One Way Fare ..... 90 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Legg and son of Round Trip ........ $1.35 Seattle visited here Sunday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. North Bend Stage Line, Inc. and Mrs. Jack Legg. J , __ \ By MARY MARSH by McClure Newspaper Syndic&to. ~,VNU Service IT HAD been a dull executives' meet- lng. Mr. Stewart, the t)resident of the concern, was going to Europe. and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dahlquist and Mr. and Mrs. E.* E. Carlson, all of: Tacoma, surprised Mrs. Cammon onl called to IJ~:'.l~+ linal ;trrailg