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7 THURSDAY, MARCH 9, i933 I ~ II III II Ill I( II THE ISSAQtJAH PRESS, IS AQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON i I i| ii i i PAGE THREE NOTMING DOES SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE AS YOUR TELEPHONE . .~...,~r~,,~ ..,. ':.\ Its ring may open a new chapter in your life THE TELEPItONI~ gives your friends straight access to your home. Friends with tidings, with messages of lm~)ortance. Big in usefulness, small in eosi, even more conven- ient with an exten.sion--the telephone] TIlE PACIFIC TELEPIIONE AND TELEGRAPII COMPANY Ole Nursing left last WednesdayI Tuesday morning where she was up- for a visit with friends in Seattle. crated on for appendicitis. John Daniels of Maple Valley is a Miss Ferol Tibbetts is spending a guest at the home of his niece, Mrs. Dan Davies. Primo Filippi returned last week from a visit of three weeks in Port- land, Mrs. E. B. Egerton was rushed to the Providence hospital, Seattle early few days at her home here. Mr. Joe Diamond of Ketchikan, Al- aska, was a guest at the Charles Dia- ~mnd home yesterday. Mrs. Hugo Berg entertained the Agenda Club on Thursday evening of last week. Special for Suit Cleaned and Pressed AND Cleaned and Blocked FOR ONLY LEAVE ORDERS AT HUME'S BARBER SHOP SERVICE LAUNDRY e want to @ 15 t~ TELEPHONE 332 PRESTON Mr. and Mrs• E. Hoglund and fam- ily of Seattle spent Sunday with rel- atives here. Mrs. Frank Toth and son of Seat- tle visited at the Art Holmes home over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hodgson of Seattle were visitors at the August Erickson home Sunday. Miss Astrid Johnson of Seattle spent the week-end with home-folks. The Misses Florence Anderson and Lill|an Huss were Seattle ~istitors Sunday and Monday. A large group of friends honored Mrs. Agnes Stphenson with a party at her home last Saturday evening, the occasion being her birthday an. niversary. Refreshments and a so- cial time were enjoyed• Mrs. Phil Nelson and baby daugh- ter visited relatives in Seattle sev- eral days tl~is week. Several Preston people attended a Baptist conference in Seattle dur- ing the week-end. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson and daugh- ters, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson and the O. Nygren family. 0 0 0 Community Church 1 0 "Ideal Family Life" is the sermon topic for next Sunday at 11:00. This is Family Day and we want whole families to come to church together. The adult choir sings• "Personal Glimpses Into Two Kinds of Families" will be related at 7:30. The C. E. choir sings. Rev. W. A. Phillips has come ann gone, but the church he loves is still here. We love and appreciate him very much, indeed• He is happy ove~ the church loyalty shown by so many people in Issaquah. Let us grow even more before he returns to us again. Sunday School at 10:00, Sunday, C. E. at 6:45. Adult choir practice, 7:30, Friday at the church. The school for young Christian~ will be held at the church Saturday, 10:30 to 11:15, and at Monohon on Saturday from 2:00 to 2:45. S. E. ANDERSON, Pastor. The officers and members of Cem tury Chapter enjoyed a party fol- lowing the meeting last night. Th~ evening was spent playing games, Mrs. W. C. Holland and Mrs. Leon- ard Miles being prize winners. W. W. Brooks, who has been con. valescing in the Taylor Hospital a~ Auburn following an operation, re- turned to his home Sunday. Roy Pickering is serving on the jury in Seattle for the next five weeks. ant way to get , rent or to HIGH POINT HOME DESTROYED BY FIRE A roaring fire which could be seen for miles around, completely destroy- ed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed el- son Thursday evening• It started at 6:45 and in fifteen minutes was out of control. The origin of the fire was believed to have been from either defective wiring or an over-heated chimney• All movable things in the home were removed to the house re- cently occupied by the Swan Sund- quist family, where tim Olsons will live uutil theiiI hew house has been erected• -Misses Jean and Marion Nelson were dinner guests of Mrs. Ed Olson Wedensday. Mack Soderlund and Miss Bertha Soderlund of Seattle visited relatives here last Saturday. Grant Lovegren and Sam Walberg of Seattle spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lovegren. Mr. and Mrs. John Halverson and son Harold visited the Gus Malmgren family at Kirkland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. Hoglund and fam- ily of Preston spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Holm• Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cedarholm ann family of Issaquah spent Sunday with the Gus Johnson family• Mrs. Nels Nelson and daughter re- turned home Monday from the Vir- ginia Mason Hopsital. Both are do- ing fine. THE ISSAQUAH THEATRE 7:30 P. M. Wednesday and Thursday, March 8- 9 -- 15e "PAYMENT DEF•ERRED'' Friday and Saturday, March 10- 11 -- 15c "THE OUTSIDER" Sunday and Monday, March 12- 13 -- 25c "NAGANA" Wednesday and Thursday, March 15-16 -- 15c "THE MUMMY" Frid'~y and Saturday, March 17-18 --- 25c "LUCKY DEVILS" Sunday and Monday, March 19- 20 -- 25c "SON DAUGHTER" Wednesday and Thursday, March 22-- 23 -- 25c "LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE" Friday and Saturday, March 2~:,- 25 -- 15c "TEXAS BAD MAN" Sunday and Monday, Ma~ch 26- 27 -- 25c "THE SECRET OF MADAM BLANCHE" Wednesday and Thursday, 5larch 29-30 -- 15c "THE CONQUERORS" Friday and Saturday, March 31, April 1 -- 25c "WHAT[ NO BEER? SOUP NO CURE FOR OUR UNEMPLOYMENT Dr• Howard B• Woolston, Professor At the University of Washington, Points Out Importance of Finding Facts About Unemployment. Ten nfillion dollars worth of soup wont' cure unemployment. It may sustain the patient but it won't stay "We shouhl not trust a man with- out expert knowledge of boats to buih: a ship, assemble a crew, em- bark passengers and sail to an un- known port," Dr. Woolston observed. To avoid doing this socially he ad- vised making the products of our schools socially literate. One way or (loin;,+ this is to start them "off with a course in sociology, he advised. "Students have found it less ardu- ous than football, as interesting a~ algei,ra, as useful as Greek and a.~ i " broadly cultural as chem stry, he concluded. Exchange Ads are result-getters and are inexpensive. Use them. home last Wednesday afternoon• Mrs. Sorrenson and daughter of Seattle visited with Mrs. Neilson Monday. Mrs. Cammon and Mildred were in Tacoma one day last week. Th~ Tiger Mountain Bible Class met at the Knoernschild home last Monday. John Mason called at the Hall- worth home last Wednesday. Otto Neilson is trying out on his new job as engineer in the new Fed- eral building in Seattle. Mildred Cammon a n d Glady~ Brown spent Wednesday evening in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wood Jr. are staying at the Neilson ranch for a while. Mr. and Mrs. Hallworth visited Mr. LeCour and Nelson, Sunday. Mrs. Knoernschild 'and daughter. Ella Katherine and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lynn were Sunday callers at the Cammon home. The I. V. L. Club meets this after- noon with Mrs. Knoernschild. John Kelleher and friends spent the week-end at his cabin on the Richard ranch. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hepler, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miles, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schneider and Jean and Jack Schneider were among those who en- joyed the auto show in Seattle last week. Mrs. Oscar Anderson entertained Mary Sellers, Mrs. Jenny An- derson, Mrs. Yourglich, MrS. Charles strengthen them, he appointed a group of scientists to survey recent social trends in the United States. FRIDAY- SATURDAY This group was headed by Dr. WilI ---SPECIALS-- liam F. Ogburn, former head of th~I department of sociology at the Uni-I ~. ve.rsity of Washington and now atI I:lll! IC f'fll~'l~l;'.l;'. the University of Chicago. Associate(! ~'~-+~'+ ~" ..... with him was Dr Jesse F Steiner, l, -/+'0UFItl ....................... present head of the department at CIIT ~ACARf~NII the University of Washington." ],.,v ...... ~ ........ More Solid Than Soup [ a pounas ................... These men didn't advise soup, Dr. BEANS, Small White Woolston pointed out. They recom-, l~ nnl]nC]m H_LII~ mended that men of science combin¢,l ~ ~ ......................... ~lw,~ their efforts to plan a more reason-I SUGAR CORN able way of collective living. And a~l 2 cans • @tp a foundation for such a plan theyl" " ...................... ------ . presented enough facts to fill twolTOILET PAPER large volumes. 2 rolls ........................... More recently Governor Martin re- quested suggestions for relieving un. PINK SALMON employment in this state. University Tall cans ...................... social scientists spent their Christma, holiday assembling data for the legis- lature. Some of their suggestions aI- SUGAR-- ready have been incorporated into -~- ^ ..... 1., A new emergency laws, Professor Wool- . ~tlt: '~l~£1u ¢t~u stun stated. '(0 ms. ............ In answering the question, "What[ is a Sociologist?" Dr. Woolston citeuI the work done in correlating thai OYSTER SOUP findings of special investigations s~] Heinz large cans whoIe "~ " .... that a picture of society as a ! ' + was presented. Without this general picture, he asserted, we cannot de- A Real Bargain termine'how the various parts shoula IN VEGETABLES be adjusted. It is by doing this that the sociologist serves society in a Rutabagas ....lb vital fashion• Carrots ........ lb Johnson and Mrs. Ira Rounds at a Experts Needed Onions ........ 11b luncheon Friday Striking at certain popular mis- Mr. and Mrs. "William Hannis and concepteions, Dr. Woolstoni state: Potatoes ...... lb daughters of Enumclaw were guest~ that s,oc~omgy Is,,no mo:,e ~iKe ,,:_- mmI~I ......... F Mc ,c,,a.sm +,:+nan are ra,:,o,++ ,,e ,,.- ~ munaay ox ~ar. ann +~rs. w. . - , ......... ~. .. i oies "" The Turns omy are slmuar. uonala. ' 1 -- -- ............. i Those who associate socio ogy with l~ancelot ~vana VlSlteu wltn ~isl,,~], ~...~,.,, also are in error he as | L parents, Mr. and Mrs• Thomas Evans, serted Althou h overt and crime onns' I " g P Y Saturday and Sunday. t do demand attention as social fac~I Mr, and Mrs. Ellworth Pickering tors, most of the sociologist's time]'--" Home- Owned Store -- entertained v~th a droner for Pastor ~ s normal • " is spent in study'ng trend in 1 and Mrs. S. E. Anderson and Rev. living 1 ~ ~ ~ ~' ~ ~ .... ~ Phillips Monday evening. • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding oZ llllllIllllllllIllll~llilllIIIlllllIllllIl Snoqualmie left last week for an ex- tended visit in California. Mrs. Leila White is visiting with THE CLAREMONT her daughter, Mrs. Lon Hunt, in Wenatchee. + "~+~ I ~ ++.'m.. ~P'" k" + "'h, ~aWu~,,~ Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miles and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hepier attended &" :£ "'+i"~',t. a play given at t~e Masonic Temple in Seattle Monday night. 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