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THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 193'2. .... THE ISSAQUAtt PRESS, |S~AQi.IAH, l(IN(2 WASHINGTON ..... PAGE ~[~I4REE LOCAL AND PERSONAl, Mrs. Robert Beach (Mildred aind-iwhere Gihnan Lodge will put on the 0 .... 0 [~1| ......... b I - * __ say). Mr. and Mrs. Beach were se- mltlatory work. f Commumty Church [|l | ....... !(retl married in the early fall andl ~ * * ~0~ .0[II TI41~. IR,A~IIAI-I THF. ATRIT. l mr. and 1ms. ()an ~all anti daugh- ,~ ....... ~ ......~,,~t --,.entb" an Mrs. A. J. Peters and Miss Pauhne Easter is soon here! Christ arose/II / tel' Sally "of Shelton spent Tuesday n'oun'ced .... ~he=""al~:"~mal~in~ Jtheirlt|ead enjoyed a performance of "Of the first (Pay of the week We cele-/ll .... 7,do P. M ...... I :n Issaquah. :~ ...... ,~ ,h,, piol.:o,i,~, ~.~,,J whore'Thee I Sing" at the Metropolitan in brate this great event each Sunday/11 " -- .... I * * i ......................... - ..... , ..... i Seattle last week 52 times a year Ill THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY, APRIL 6-7-8 / Mr. and Mrs. Charles DockendorflMr' Beach is 2mpl,o:~e,d. i * * * Sha,o our Eas,er HUdson nex /ll "STRANGE INTERLUDE" I of Stanwood visited M~.~. Nina ............ ] Mrs. Delia Hunt, Mrs. Florence Sun(tap at Community Church Ser-]ll ........... le" I T;..I*.., -n Sands" afternoon , or. anu lvlrs. ~m. l Llgntourne ,,.., , ., ~,, ~ ,, . ~ "" ~ " Ill (~orma ~nearer and ularK, tiao) / j~'.e . , Y ' ~ '4- small dan hter Mar Jane old.tiles ann son, l~orman uarK, at~ ox vices of song and sermon at ll:00/ll I . . , and . .... gl i'riendsYhc, e Sun !Seattle, called at the J. W. Gregory and 7"30 Sunday school at 10.0o,111 NEWS KRAZY KAT . / M,' and Mrs. Vivian Bates and[d:ynUlst ca,,eu n ..... [home Sunday a:ter, no(:n, and C. E. at 6:45. III -: .... / Mrs. tlarry Fngleman of Seattle v s-I * * * ] r and Mrs Francis Mannin le The Easter Day exercises will in-tlI SUNDAY - MONDAY, APRIL 9-10 / [ted the litter's cousin, 3h's. Arabel- .I M . "" " g " " eludethe beautiful ordinance oltll / I Mr and Mrs. Dan McEachern oil 1 last Thursda f " ' C' " la Wilson, on Monday. : ...... Iturned to Seatt e ' y a ter ho,.tism ;. ch ..... i .... na ..... ,~, III RRING EM BA ~K ALIVE / . . , Seattle were droner guests oI lur. ~ .,~o~ .f several days at the J E -,-v ............. ...... v .... ~!ll ---- ~ u a o v.~.... ~ / ...... i" I n R " " land Mrs P J Smith on Sunday I ......... " prog=am in the nmrnin,~'. Detailz t(,lll x,~xce,en~ ,-,ram. -1 ..... ~ , / tne memoers oI t, in a eoeKan] .... ~ Cedarholm home be announced I|l NEWS KRAZY KAT- "STRAN( E INNNERTUBE" (Comedy) I Lodge entertained with a miscellan- ,, ' ,, ~ -- eous shower last night in honor oi"I Mr~ and Mrs,. F:.M. aRyerSOant thd! Mr. and Mrs Sam Klinefelter of the Th:t,e~hSY callri~tafYrb:s %n17sill -" " / .... son ~esne o~ ~ea~tte cm eu elTacoma visited from Sunday to Tues- .. v f . . ' . II WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY, APRIL 12.13 / ~_ .-,IDr. W. EGibson home Sunday after- ~a- at the R J Schneider home zi. we are u'ymg to answer nmtll . / lii I]l noon u y " , . . " prayer by bringing all Christians in- II "PRIVATE JONES" / III II1[ " * * * I Alec Strnard, who was unable to to a Community Church. Will you[ll (Lee Tracy and Gl,,rm Stuart) / III ....... = III lvenb Mrs ~Lahal, in honor w]:kYf'Fs tTae'Fn*albdaa~Ldt:t?k'a wi~st not do YOsu.rEP.aANDERSON'~ Pastor .,!1 III ~. a III dinne g" Y " "' [ Mrs E J Lindman spent Monday TAYLOR ~~ bna.mpoo ano I of Mrs. Wiley, on Sunday. evening in Renton, attending a meet- ~ --" ~-- F.mgelwave .... 75c [][1 Mr and Mr: S*E *Thompson and ing of all those employed by the Mr. and Mrs Girand of Coat UPPER SQUAK Ill[llJllllllillllllllllllll Ill ac, m xr:: :, ....... ,H, Mrs J E. Cedarholm were Seattle[Welfare Board in this district. Springs visited Mrs. Girand Sr. and[~: ~'~'~ III VVt~b vvctvtc ........ ~-IIII , " " ~.- ' ...... ~'~'~"~--also Mr and Mrs. Clarence Girand~ ~vn'. an~ ~wrs. Lee tlal~wortn, de- mm~m mm~ *~ IIl enn ac 100111/ per r.a. Sunda JeompaniedbyMrsBernstenandht-IO !I ------- HOME ------ Ten members of Gilman Rebekala .-~s~.~ PRESTON y. , "'. . "" the meetin ,):~ FatherLawrence, pastor of Holy ~l:n:d' v~l~tedM~thllth:nHdal~w?r~y Ill- BEAUTY SHOPPE- [[[/Ldge are attenamg . . g t Mrs Tom Barbs and baby daugn- Cross church of Taylor and John[:St ,' . ....... , '. ' 'I/District No. 25 m Redmond toady, ter returned home from the hospitm Welshnik and Tom Welshnik of Black[famuy on tne rancn weunesaay ai~- ,~,-,,,,, ............ ...... ------- (Tuesday and she and (laughter are Diamond were Sunday dinner guests[ernn" . ............. ~l~I - ~l~)A tllllllllllllllllllIlllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll t eported' ass doing' nicely, of Mr. and Mts'~. Lewis. Krall''. granddaughter"Patricia~Vtr ana mrs tu l~aaeVBrabant,ana nttleot --SPECIALS-- Jean Osgood Called Mr and Mrs. J Arko and son Hat- [] CA. 0 Ibs 41 Fine granulated Seattle, spent Wednesday night witia Jean Osgood, daughter of Mr. and old visited in Renton on Sunday. the Hallworth family. Mrs. 0. Osgood of this city, passed Miss Helen Such returned home ~o Otto Neilson spent Thursday ano away at Harborview hospital in Se- Tacoma after a few days' visit with Friday with his family here attle early Friday at the age of fir-iher aunt and cousin, Mrs. S. Patzek Mildred Cammon, accompanied by her mother, visited with Mr. and teen. The funeral was held froml and Ed Such. the Osgood home Monday afternoon, . ] Rose Marie Evans visited Helen Mrs. T. Maletta in Taylor last Fm- Rev Case of Issaquah officiating " "]Shimmel of Ravensdale Thursday. day evening. Classmates of the dead girl acted as ~._ __~ ~_~ ~_~_^_ o ..... ,. - ~ mr. ann mrs. ~nur~w ~o.,~a~ ann Frank Millard of Seattle is spend,- pallbearers and also furnished the t .... ,, ....... ~. :_: .... , .... , uvtt .~ x~saqua[t visit.eta l)lr. ann mrs. ing a few days with the Hallwortn singing. Interment was made in the IM, Lazar and Mr and Mrs AmeI family. Preston cemetery. [Lapansky Sunday." " Paul Wiltse, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cam- WAXED PAPER-- 9.11 il ~~ homeMr" and Mrs. Carl Andersonell. Leona De Winter of Seattle visited, men and Howard and Mildred Cam- | Large rolls, the sanitary wrapper, mtumm Everett spent Sunday at the Nygren!her father and brother, R. DeWinter men attended the theatre in Renton here land Roy DeWinter on Sunday. Thursday evening . m ASPARAGUS-- Ihe ............. / Mr. and Mrs. E. Mattila of Hobart', Mr. and Mrs. Leaf visited Mr. zurs. An(one Stir(well ana cn]larent ......... , e "s "'r I | Fine, tender, fresh and crisp... L ms. of Everett were wmtors" " at the Art~Wsl~e(l ..... the ia~ter s par nt , ~u . ana I Leaf's sister-in-law, who is seriously | ...... I Mrs. Jr. ~asml on ~un~ay. l ill in the Virginia Mason hospital, on -- ORANGES-- nfl7 r~otmes, nome ~unaay. . [ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sachetta have:l Monday afternoon. Mms Evelyn Jones, who m attend i Sunki t--Ripe, juicy fruit ........ ~w-, ing school in Tacoma, is spending the [bought a home. [ -kmoved to Renton, where they have l Mr. and Mrs. Fisher visited at the Hallworth home Saturday evening. | GRAPEFRUIT-- I[~ 'far Easter vacation with home-folks Mr and Mrs Hastings of Hobar~ . Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Leaf were | Ripe, golden, juicy and fresh.. I]I .at ---~ Iv[sited Mr. and Mrs. McKay Sr. on visitors of Mrs. Cammon on Tuesday _ Buy--and save, in Issaquah. Sunday afternoon. n cocoA-- 9 Ih -- ~ ---" A. Evans visited Mr. and Mrs. ~. Miss Eleanor Swartzer of Renton | Rockwood--in sanitary cans..~= ,ua. -- ----'~w--~ ---- Balint of Kanasket Sunday. and Mildred Cam,on spent Wednes- HILE'S BARBER SHOP Miss Grace Quinn and A. Savidge day evening in Seattle. i RAISINS -- of Ballard visited Mr. and Mrs. S. Fresh and sweet ....... 1/I u,-. ~n~. ~ O- Savidge on Sunday. The County 4-H Club elected three SOAP CHIPS-- Dlm 1 Efficient Tonsorial Service members of Taylor as officers. The Scotch, Packages ........ mn . m for all pep rally held at Tahoma was a very interesting event. A demonstration i SOAP-- ars Members of the Family on "How To Skin a Rabbit" was pre- Liberty White, a dandy soapl 0 b 190 o.re SYRUP-- lua 9 1- -*- Satterford. The newly elected o.,. Nalley's, in quart jugs ........... Front St., -- Neat' BankMasini,eers are Johnseeretary.treasurer;MeKay, president;Dona dMay McConnell, song leader. ROYAL JELLO-- fnr lira For the best desserts ...... mum AND CHOCOLATE UDDING With the Jello, ONLY. ...... . ...... | SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS --- IL Eastern Sugar Cured ........ 10. l l}( CORN, PEAS, BEANS-- fnr Large cans, quality goods..@ ms _= | Maxwell House, in I-lb. cans ..... L . -15 i OATS--Peacock, in 9-1b. cloth sacks .... Each 29c LARD-- I Swift's, in 4-lb. packages ........ Pks. 29c TOILET TISSUE-- fnr Madrona, soft tissue in rolls... I]I 9 Ibs.-39 The better breakfast cereal... VANILLA-- Hamilton's, fine flavoring... bottles 29c STARCH-- Pkg. 70 Amaizo, Corn or Gloss BULK TEA-- DG r t . FLOUR" k : ...... o.. 890 BUTTER-- 1 Meadow Dew ...................... CANNED MILK-- Can 50 Darigold, Tall Cans ............... MATCHES-- Searchlight, by the carton .......... CANNED SALMON-- Each 90 Seaport, tall cans ................ FRESH' EGGS-- Standards, by the dozen ............ CHEESE-- Full-cream, medium mild ....... ..... immmmmI WHEN split-se ondscount, who shM1 measuretho telephone's value? But your telephone's value goes far beyond emergencies. It brings good tidings, news of im. portance. All through the day it saves steps, ener /. A telephone does much--costa little. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 4 mmummimilummmmiiiimmmmmiuimmmmiiiuiimmiimmmmmmIimmIlllliiIl We Do All Kinds of Hauling Business Every Business Day --- between -- Seattle and Coalfield, lssaquah, High Point, Preston, Monohon, Elliott and Cedar Grove. and all way plaeos Issaquah Transportation Co,, Inc, AUTO FREIGHT AND TRANSFER Seattle Dspot---Rallroad Ave., Dearborn St. ~nd Railroad Way ~' " r Leave Seattle I~00 P. M. 0tl;I Leave llsaquah 6tO0 A. M~. Telephone Main 394 Washed ,Sand and Gravsl Or. Chance Only To Buy Gold Shield Coffee, lb. Thiz offer in 3-lb. tins only No limit--offer good only while present stock lasts Happy Home Mayonnaise-- Fresh shipment this week Pinta ................ 27c Half Pinta ..... . ...... 14c Bulk Rolled Oats-- More Chemistry 2. pounds .......... 10c (Continued from first page) Sounds like a page from Sherlock Bulk Corn Meal--- Holmes, doesn't it? It isn't though. It's just a sample of the kind of calls 4 pounds .......... 10c University of Washington chemists ............... get by the hundreds. Good Flour-- The "detective" in this case was a 49-Ib., bags ........ 95c chemist. He knew that mercury ~s 24-Ib. bags ...... S0c the only substance which can crumble gold. The woman must have hanu- 10-1b. bags ........ 29c led mercury. Therefore she was probably a nurse. Grads Win Honors "A Washington fur farmer Com- plained he was losing thousands el --- Home- Owned Store -- dollars through the death of his baby mink. He appealed to university ,, ,i chemists, who discovered the insect~- IlI~|llIIIi~IIlIIlImIlll~ cide powders he was using were too ........................--------" ......... field, Professor Beusehlein said In strong ior ~ne youngsters ann ~nexv mothers knowing they were doomed medicine they have discovered an el- 'to a painful death, mere[fully killed fective treatment for pernicious ane- l them t~e--selves" Professor W. L. mm, produced synthetically the. thy- I Beuschi'ei '; University of Washing-::,d h:lO.~:n;n:u:::::~:d eortm, a I ton chemist, revealed in an address " P'e g l in Seattle this week Pvople in Everett and Tacoma get '~ ........ : .... :~.l cheaper illuminating gas because of ] rlne mlnK case l~ ~yp, ~, of our~the studies o ,, f Gemge Whltwell, a ,inquiries, he continued,and sun- t " ' ' [ " s former member of the University oa , stances brought m to us for analysl I"i I Was ngton facultyDean Charle~ [ cov~r a wide range of which polishes - ^~ ~u aoo.~.~,~^.o ~h.~+~ +.~ W Johnson, as state chemist, guaran ~* ~-- ~--w ..... , .......... , .__ and ota~,,,s: ....... v,,'~'.,~,,a~ ~.,~o+^~ ~"oa.. and hatr' tees "he~ . puriMt. ~ of our foods, drug(,, ,, and fert~hzers tonics are but a few~ Graduates of the University of Pay for: Their Keep Washington chemistry department William M. Dehn has reduced rod- have won recogn'~tmn" m" almost ever~ termqy", the cost of stumping powder Seattle.lssaquah.Easton EXPRESS (minimum) Commutation Rates Effective l/Iarch 1 to May 31 Good for 30 days Round Trip Rateg ........ $1.20 One Way ........................ 90c North Bend Stage Line, Inc. throngh his studies of explosives. H. K. Benson, head of the University of Wasl-ington's department of chem- istry, recently returned from Wash- ington, D. C., where he directed the development of a process for lengt~. entng the life of paper records, books and newspaper files. He has survey- ed the soils of ths state, and aided tn the creation of the first nitrogen fix- ation industry here. "The monetary ineoms from any one of the industries ehsmistry has founded, of which aluminum, nitro- glycerine, alizarin and rayon are rep- re.el '~tive, would subsidize all the chemical laboratories in the world for the n~xt fifty years," Professor Beu~- chlein declared. Fo~' Washington, he pictured a bril. liant industrial future which the chemist will create. Other Haulinl at Right Price Phono 392