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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUA~, KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1933 i i i s i, i i ii, ii tit illl~ ,i ill i National-Grange -Favors. - ....... [FARM COMMUNITIES ] --:..: .......... ..-_:: :: ................. Promotion Of Baseball .................... [ PROVE RESOURCEFUL Notes r----- ....L T Ulll tldll Newlyweds Make Home Here -- q I ShifLs and a(t.iustments which men' A recent circular' letter from Na- tional Grange headquarters com- ments on the interest shown among the Granges in sponsoring baseball teams from their membership. Hun- dreds of Grange teams were active during 1932, with county leag~e~ arousing keen intecest, and in one state at least, a state-wide series was carried through, with a pennant offered by the State Grange, and the finals played off at the ,.state fair. Norman Gladys Ulery of Snobomish, who were l :and fight their way through present! married last week, arrived home Davis of Preston snail , ianu womeu urn making to carry on:Survey Shows Subject Preference , i diflicult times are a tribute to their Sunday and are making their" nome, Fled, " - I 1 (surcefulness" !! in the house owned by Mrs. B. ! Farmers are trading all manner: eirckson. -- l of produce at stores in return for Improvement Club Entertains ]goods and professional services. The! The Preston Improvement Club farm women have traded milk for held a program and dance at the music lessons,fruit for household Vasa Hall in Upper Preston last Fri- help, walnuts for newspaper sub- day evening, with a large crowd! smqptions and sewing for use of aI telephone. Exchanges of labor, ira- In the membership of the lunar Grange there is material that could Manual Training, English, Home Economics and Typing are the best- liked suhjeets offered in the Issaquah high school, according to the result~ of a survey hehl Friday by the Jour- nalism class. Out of the 228 votes cast, 125 went to these four sub- jects. Manual training received 37, English 35, ttome Economics 30, and Typing 23. The remaining 103 ":otes were divided among approxi- present. Music was furnished by the Gust IAndstrom orchestra, and a be rounded into a real keam, and if good time was reported by 'all at- a start was made there would doubt- tending. less be other Grange teams organizes in this county. I Several basketball fans from Pres- It has been demonstrated as an I ton attended the Fall City-Gilmore excellent means of holding the in-lgame at the Civic auditorium in Se- terest of the younger members. WhyI attle yesterday evening in which the not a Grange team in Issaquah? ilion-tamers were victors. Mr. anti Mrs. Gust Johnson of Se- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Klinefelter or stale, who were married last Satur- Tacoma were Issaquah visitors Sun-day, visited the former's parents, Mr. day. ,. and Mrs. L. E. Johnson, here Men- Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kregbaum day evening. plements, horses a~d other consider-!mately twenty other subjects. Re- ations are becoming common. !gardless of the fact that only boys column~!~ake manual training and that the Our ~&pe~)plesq Exchuuge" offers and ideal opportunity for just lboys' constitute only about one-haD this kind of business. From its cir-if the enrollment, it took first place. I rhe same is t~ue of home econonncs culation throughout the community,' "~' ' and the reasonable prices for which] but it also placed among the best- it reaches the people, it is in a classI liked subjects. The number of stu- s f ( dents who have taken m are takmg ~by itself for exchange u.e. I' yruI '. . "" ' " ' ) I t s I b the dlffment subjects shouhl also be ] are in the mark ~t t( t '~ de, :el ,uy i "~' " ' " : " , rs n,) t ~ken ate consrdmatlon !or exchange anything, there ': ~" " "" ' " .l)etter way of locating the second[ ~i I; ,l party to the transaction than through lAnnual Junior Prum Announced of her' parents in the upper valley. *, Portuguese Idea Use of ease for chuir seats and hacks is Sill)posed t0 have (.urea fl'OlU the Orient thr,mgh l'm'tUg~ll. A probelm which now confront: the Boys' Club is the completion of the work started back of the grade school building by the men who worked there under the system ot county relief which was in effect at the time they went on strike. The boys will probably do the work on Saturdays in order to complete the left last Friday for their l~ome in Lo.~ Mrs. Sophia Swanberg, who suffer- Angeles. They are motoring down. ed a stroke last Saturday, is quite Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Woodring and seriously ill at her home here. Her family of Tacoma were Sunday din-I son, John Swanberg of Seattle, has ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. ibeen staying here all week. lfepler. I Rev. J. P. Sundstrom of Seattle Mrs: Mahlon Settee, who is visit-i conducted services at the church here ing at the Herman Settem home, wasl Sunday morning and evening. He the honor guets at a shower given lwas accompanied here by Mrs. Sund- last week by Miss Bonnie Settee. , strum and their daughter. grounds. Had the men not gone on strike the straight-away couht have been finished by this time. It was hoped the track would be ready for use when the boys started to turn out for" track, but the grounds were left incomplete and now it is up to the Boys' Club to pnt them in shape. Juniors Defeat All-Stars, 40-10 The junior basketball team rose to its heights Thursday night to take an easy victory over' the All-Stars. Get- ting a slow start the juniors were unable to get into scoring territory. The all-stars played better in the first quarter than they did in the rest of the game. In the second quar- ter the juniors piled up 11 points to their opponents' 1. Playing hot ba~ i ketball the juniors got started in the l second half to pile up 2t points and hold the stars to 5. With Legg at center, the juniors got the tip-off ev- ery time and succeeded in working many of their plays. Thirteen points were made by Vincent Nelson of the junior's to take high point honors while Tucker made five for the stars. Seven Girls Attend 'Play l)ay' Seven high school girls represent- ed Issaquah at the Play Day held at the University last Saturday. This Play Day is an annual event, and girls representing the various high schools of this section meet for a day of sports and athletic competi- tion. The program for the day began with an individual posture parade, with swimming before noon. Aftra lunch, entertainment was offered in the form of exhibition dancing and swimming by university girls. This was followed by the school posture parade, the last event of the day., in which Stadium high school, Tacoma, took first place. One of the school busses provided transportation, leav- ing her~, with the girls at 7:00 a.m., and returning at about 6:00 p. m. Second Team Trims Soph Five What started to be a tight battle in the first quarter turned out to be an easy victory when the second team drubbed the sophomore quin- tet, 38-12, at the gym Thursday. The sophomores started out strong ann took a 6-5 lead at the end of the first quarter, but the second team rallied "n the second arrd slowly climbed in- to the lead. In the second half the second team began to click as they (lid in their league games and the sophomores were unable to stop the scoring. High point honors for the second teams went to Linde with 14. M. Knudtson was again high point nmn for" the sophomores with 6. Student Body Hears Broadcast Last Thursday morning the high school student body was given an vpportunity to hear the broadcast of the opening of the first session of the seventy-third Congress of the United States, a special session call- ed by the new president immediately following his inauguration. A radio set placed on the auditorium stage brought the voices of the House and Senate clerks calling the roll o1" senators and representatives, and the descriptions of happenings rela- tive to this special session by sever- al political reporters and announcers. The reading of the president's mes- sage, asking for unlimited powers to deal with the banking situation, end- ed the program for the students, since a longer period could not be taken from classes. Nationally Known Foods at a Saving for Fri. & Sat., Mar.17-18 But there really are many star values at the 'Money Savers. ev- ery day. If you would bring greater pleasure to your family and greater economy to your grocery bill, shop at 'Money Savers.' For Extra Specials Not Listed Here, Just Money Savers Lead the Way! I i i ii i i 'Snowlike' Braud. Mille' by Centennial 85C Guaranteed by Us LB. SACK 'Maxwell House'--Try it 1-pound can ............ = ................. 28c "GODS t. the Last Drop" 2-pound can .............................. 54c 'Yellow Label.' World's Largest a,~. ib 39c Seller. "Tea Drinkers Know" CAN FOOD. ii 'T. and H.' Brand. It's iodhEed Packed In Washington 10c CANS 25C PAPER 'Ambassador' Brand. 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MORE ABOUT GRANGE (Continued from first page) The lecturer announced that Ki- wanis members had approached him in regard to a joint Grange-Kiwan- is meeting next month. It was de- cided to accept the suggestion and Mr. Case was delegated to make ar- rangements for the meeting, to be held some time in April. 0 "0 ] Christian Endeavor [ 0 0 What is the public estimation of lives? The estimation the pin-brainea b/Arthur Brisbane hit-and-run driver has of his neigh- bur's life is "just another less hu- (Continued from first page) man." Ruthlessly countries plunge in- ............... I to wars, mercilessly battering down ~ne wnlversrsy OI Nallionrla is uolng, the~]ess humans " Mr. Neylan's formula for this ~.' . " . _ . I Tnese ana many muraers, lloml- country and the outside world is . . redes and deaths by recklessness and srm'~?rh; United States is the eatest[carelessness all tend to bring about .......... gr. . I the conception that a fellowman's coum:ry in ~ne worm. IAalriornla ISI ,.. __- _.. .. hie amounts ~o no~mng more (nan a the greatest state in this country, drop in the bucket. For instance, San Francisco is the greatest city in California or anywhere else on this earth, and the University of Cali- fornia is the culminating glory of this planet, the universe in which it rolls, and the distant unseen nebula- universes also, for that matter." For that plain statement of facts, as he calls it, Mr. Neylan will argue or fight, preferably both. One thing that Americans should ask themselves is this: Why do we organize our lives on a basis of permanent worry? Master Bradley stated that six lI In other countries, England, Ger- members from the Issaquah Grange, ir.mny, France, Italy, men map out a who had taken the first two degrees, lbudget of life as well as financial accompanied the degree team totbudget. White River Grange last week andI They plan to work hard for a cer- were given the third and fourth de-itain length of time, then enjoy greeN I peace, the real life that comes with Exchange Ads are result-getters and are inexpensive. Use them. FRATERNAL ORDERS GILMAN LODGE No. 69, I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday evening. Theo. Kinnune, N. G.; L. H. Smart, Secy. freedom from anxiety. In this country the farther we go into old age the more we plan, the more we reach out and the more we worry. SILVER TEA WEDNESDAY The Ladies' Aid will give a silver tea at the home of Mrs. Jessen nexti Wednesday, March 22, between the hours of two and five. GILMAN REBEKAH LODGE No. 59 I. O. O. F. Meets first and third Wednesday of each month, at I. O. O. F. Hall. Mary Kinnune, N. G.; Ruby Lindman, Secy. GILMAN ENCAMPMENT No. 43, I. O. O. F.Meets every second Sat- urday at Issaquah and every fourth Thursday at Redmond. Visiting Pa. triarchs welcome. R. G. MeKee, C. P.; E. J. Lindman, Scribe. ISSAQUAH VALLEY GRANGE No. 581. Meets second and fourth Mon- day of each month, 8 p.m., Grange Hall. W.V. Bradley, Master, Mrs. C. L. Olson, Secy. MYRTLE LODGE No. 108, F. & A. M. Meets first Saturday in each month. Ernest J. Lindman, W. M.; Thus. F. Drylie, Secy. Zangara did not want to endanger the lives of any one, he just didn't like capitalists and executives and rulers. I wonder if we know what Jesus' estimate of human life was? And could we live up to it? If you do not know, come to C. E. this Sunday evening at 6:45 in the Community church auditorium. The devotional period will be led by Eth- el Johnson, while the discussion will be under leadership of Phyllis Lahar. See you at C. E. DR. WILLIAM HOLLAND "] DENTI____ST / Office Hours----1:00 to 6:00 Daily[ Also Evenings and Sundays / Phone 602 Issaquah, Wash.) D. W. 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