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II PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, 1SSAQUAH. KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY. AP .. - . II 0. G eater Val.e eO,to 0 .tart e.joyi.u} all the eon.&apos;enic.ees and economy that modern eleetrle cookery ran rln to ot, and your family. Smart new model, of electric ranges are telnt alspl,yed hy all dealers. They offe .... cooking speed, new (re(lom from labor and worry, / new'beauty for ,'our kitchen ! We will h pleased to show you all the / skillful improvement ..... Westl.d ....... CraMord and l-lotpoint / / eleetri ..... e .... J aeuaint v .... ih tile vrlees and t ..... that make /. / it most profitable for you to start enjovln electric cookery rilfl now// 7th and OLIVE, SEATTLE "ELECTRICITY IS CHEAP i N WASHINGTON" HOBART Mr. and Mrs. John Lundberg and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Olson in Se- attle Sunday evening. Miss Ethel Fenell spent the Eas- ter holidays with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Fenell. Mr. and Mrs Chris Johnson and family spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson. Sunday. Miss Korter and Miss Boock local teachers, were guests of Mrs. An- drew Tekel Thursday evening. A large number of kiddies attend- ed Sunday school at the Highline church Easter morning. A program was given, after which they went to Tahoma high for an Easter egg hunt. All had a wonderful time. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Trigg were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKinnon Saturday evening. Lawrence Trigg spent the week-; Mrs. John Lundberg and Mrs. end at home with hi family. Carl Anderson were Renton shoppers Miss Viola Paaka. who has been on Tuesday. working in Seattle, is non at home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arko of Taylor Mrs. Hagen was a (idler of Mrs. were vtsltmg riends here Sunday. Jack Hynes Thursday afternoon, i at: MhZ eThdeul m: IV:h:OE,a o h;a?ai:,enn [ lt:l:r LyUt:;ln[e:7 t: 1 :D:he s gt:lrS n s pc , g E . i dance here Saturday night. The was a SCHOOL visitor Friaay. . . __a ,,__ T ....... t pnze was a lovely wrist watch. ul. allU irlti, d. 2"k. QlChlnnon apfl S " Mrs. John Anderson and family mo-] Mr. and M. Rozinka of eathe lwere dinner guests Sunday of Mr. tored to Seattle Saturday on bus*-; "  - hems. land Mrs. Andrew Tekel. Rudolph Kochevar of Renton was lt Mr. and 2rs. Frank Kochevar were a visitor of his brother Frank, onlRenton shoppers Tuesday. '1 %Ve h" e ..... a in stock i A complete line of Chevrolet Parts and Accessories I Four-Hour Service on parts for other cars IDEALAUTo SERVICE Phone 313, Issaquah Illlillllllllllilllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllillil Anay Grams HOWDY, FOLKS-- And just as we were making up this column, Lew Lundberg dropped in to remark that once upon a time there as a wo- man who took an ocean voyage dur- ing Lent and gave up more than she intended. 0 Awful thought while tending the furnace--- Think of the ashes that must be toted out of Hell. -o And here is a pleasant thought for today: We have a fresh stock of Snappy New Wallpaper. Now is the time to get yours. -----o----- Doe. Thompson: "What kind of service is this, my plate is wet." Blonde Waitress: .."Pipe down, what's the matter with you, that's your soup." O It just occured to us that John Lotto ought to be a good card play- er. He shuffles when he walks. o Temperance Note--Moonshine may shorten s man's llfe, hut he sss! twice as much in the same timeh 0 USE -- AND INCREASE YOUR YIELD 0 How doth the little picmcker Improve each shining hour? By plucking buds, uprooting trees And every kind of flower. -0 Please stand by for the correct time It is now 12:03 by the clock at the depot, while the clock at Steve's drug store says 12:02. But at our place it is always time to buy Sper- ry's. -----o----- And with that we will slla off, |lying three cheers for the red wlne and blue. 4) h. L. (ANDY) WOLD, Editor.:, IIIIllillllllllllllIlliIItllIilillilllllllIIIIIIllil I SLAT'S DIARY Friday--well ma went to a bridge party toda:.- and Ap, t Emmy was load- ed up with p.ewralg.v s) I and pa \\;elt to a ltStV;.{!l fOF a!'o supper. We didn't think so }figh of the servus we gt at tee restrant be- cUZ \\;%'',t*I] i.he'f :\\;'e US are toffy why they didn't scl'\\;e no sossers and we had a hard cllle a d: lrltlllg t}l,2 toffy wi+.hout cm. Saterday-- Ma sent. n:e to the drug store for sum medisine for Ant Emmys newralgv and pa give lne tvcl]- iy 5 eIs tO 7et stlnl medisine for the (tog who all so is sick. I made the druggist mark both pack- ' ices very plain becuz I wooden( have ; nuthing happen to that dog fur noth- ing. l tll ttiV---- J:ln(, }!ire a tea l)al'IV toiilte kip ;it tier house bectlz site had ('o. wit.h 5t,e wanttd to t!,on(r Teusday--xe had Co. for supper 'smnway and I had the Co. out in the' tonite and wen I put my_ Napkin in i libary and finely i thee mebby I mite my neck ma pinched my leg and {try and kiss her mebbv, and she slaps when, I spilt supe on my cote ski !me three times and finely she black- i grinds my toe with her ft. Sun !cd nD" eye and I am ahnost sure she itime s I wish( I was a Bride groom i did not want me to kiss here or uther ! so nobuddy woodent pay no tension iwise why wood she do that away. !to me. .Munday--the ceecel-,r ass are class I WensdayElsys ma says she has why was the days longer in the sure-:got to be vaxinated nex week and met than the nites is and aake sed lnow she says she is in a pikkle be- that wen it cooled off the nites con-'cuz she dussent know where to git track becuz cold eontrac' and heat vaxinated at on acct. of the stiles Xpands. I think Joke will be pritty change so rapid here of lately. Look th P e art.... Jl Your Appearance Speaks for Itself I Don't let it tell the wrong torv Faded, oiled a unpressed garments are sure to create the wrongl I l impression, i [ It's easy to keep yore" clothes lookina" at their b ' with our cleaning and pressing. We not mlt I freshen and renew theirappearance but we act%l | a!15 make them wear longer through careful ser' [ vice. " on. /ou ll find it an economy "in the lolgl I run. | I n -' [i SUNSET CLEANERS - !' . . 11 ] go,d in kemistrv mebbe. Thlrday--well I am lookmg :er word to I)eckorashun day.and !l : sorry fro" little bits of kid witJ I too .rung to o to skool o ha,': ! II! days frum. Each & evry hollVlll i a non disgized blessing and e.] i this land of the brave & the i :of the free. i ', Irony of Fate "Bobby" Leach was q daredC'a went over Niagara falls in li barrel in 1911. tie died 15 yeSr# in New Zealand, as a result of [,ing on a piece of i ! Specials for FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Bread Butter l-lb. loaves . light or dark O i Red Shield ,..<. Per lb. 30c Guest Ivory 19C Tomatoes Peas No. 1 Del- Monte sol- id pack 4 :::" 39c No. 2 PrimaVera sweet variety canSfor 29g " Per Dozen Cans ...... $1.15 :... 41b,.87 Potatoes Cheese a No.2 Yaklma netted gems FIFTy POUNDS 49c 17c Grapefruit fancy large 48 size Asparagus green and tender 3 for 250 3 Ior 250 Lettuce ..,zo..,.o,,,.., 2 for 15c Tomatoes fresh and firm Perlb. 15o Carrots, Celery, Rutabagas, Parsnips, Peas, Onions, Spinach Store No. 26 JOE. H.'BUSCH.. M,,,,., Issaquah I q l I l i i 7 [ i [ I I I ! i i i | < II PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, 1SSAQUAH. KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY. AP .. - . II 0. G eater Val.e eO,to 0 .tart e.joyi.u} all the eon.'enic.ees and economy that modern eleetrle cookery ran rln to ot, and your family. Smart new model, of electric ranges are telnt alspl,yed hy all dealers. They offe .... cooking speed, new (re(lom from labor and worry, / new'beauty for ,'our kitchen ! We will h pleased to show you all the / skillful improvement ..... Westl.d ....... CraMord and l-lotpoint / / eleetri ..... e .... J aeuaint v .... ih tile vrlees and t ..... that make /. / it most profitable for you to start enjovln electric cookery rilfl now// 7th and OLIVE, SEATTLE "ELECTRICITY IS CHEAP i N WASHINGTON" HOBART Mr. and Mrs. John Lundberg and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Olson in Se- attle Sunday evening. Miss Ethel Fenell spent the Eas- ter holidays with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Fenell. Mr. and Mrs Chris Johnson and family spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson. Sunday. Miss Korter and Miss Boock local teachers, were guests of Mrs. An- drew Tekel Thursday evening. A large number of kiddies attend- ed Sunday school at the Highline church Easter morning. A program was given, after which they went to Tahoma high for an Easter egg hunt. All had a wonderful time. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Trigg were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKinnon Saturday evening. Lawrence Trigg spent the week-; Mrs. John Lundberg and Mrs. end at home with hi family. Carl Anderson were Renton shoppers Miss Viola Paaka. who has been on Tuesday. working in Seattle, is non at home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arko of Taylor Mrs. Hagen was a (idler of Mrs. were vtsltmg riends here Sunday. Jack Hynes Thursday afternoon, i at: MhZ eThdeul m: IV:h:OE,a o h;a?ai:,enn [ lt:l:r LyUt:;ln[e:7 t: 1 :D:he s gt:lrS n s pc , g E . i dance here Saturday night. The was a SCHOOL visitor Friaay. . . __a ,,__ T ....... t pnze was a lovely wrist watch. ul. allU irlti, d. 2"k. QlChlnnon apfl S " Mrs. John Anderson and family mo-] Mr. and M. Rozinka of eathe lwere dinner guests Sunday of Mr. tored to Seattle Saturday on bus*-; "  - hems. land Mrs. Andrew Tekel. Rudolph Kochevar of Renton was lt Mr. and 2rs. Frank Kochevar were a visitor of his brother Frank, onlRenton shoppers Tuesday. '1 %Ve h" e ..... a in stock i A complete line of Chevrolet Parts and Accessories I Four-Hour Service on parts for other cars IDEALAUTo SERVICE Phone 313, Issaquah Illlillllllllllilllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllillil Anay Grams HOWDY, FOLKS-- And just as we were making up this column, Lew Lundberg dropped in to remark that once upon a time there as a wo- man who took an ocean voyage dur- ing Lent and gave up more than she intended. 0 Awful thought while tending the furnace--- Think of the ashes that must be toted out of Hell. -o And here is a pleasant thought for today: We have a fresh stock of Snappy New Wallpaper. Now is the time to get yours. -----o----- Doe. Thompson: "What kind of service is this, my plate is wet." Blonde Waitress: .."Pipe down, what's the matter with you, that's your soup." O It just occured to us that John Lotto ought to be a good card play- er. He shuffles when he walks. o Temperance Note--Moonshine may shorten s man's llfe, hut he sss! twice as much in the same timeh 0 USE -- AND INCREASE YOUR YIELD 0 How doth the little picmcker Improve each shining hour? By plucking buds, uprooting trees And every kind of flower. -0 Please stand by for the correct time It is now 12:03 by the clock at the depot, while the clock at Steve's drug store says 12:02. But at our place it is always time to buy Sper- ry's. -----o----- And with that we will slla off, |lying three cheers for the red wlne and blue. 4) h. L. (ANDY) WOLD, Editor.:, IIIIllillllllllllllIlliIItllIilillilllllllIIIIIIllil I SLAT'S DIARY Friday--well ma went to a bridge party toda:.- and Ap, t Emmy was load- ed up with p.ewralg.v s) I and pa \\;elt to a ltStV;.{!l fOF a!'o supper. We didn't think so }figh of the servus we gt at tee restrant be- cUZ \\;%'',t*I] i.he'f :\\;'e US are toffy why they didn't scl'\\;e no sossers and we had a hard cllle a d: lrltlllg t}l,2 toffy wi+.hout cm. Saterday-- Ma sent. n:e to the drug store for sum medisine for Ant Emmys newralgv and pa give lne tvcl]- iy 5 eIs tO 7et stlnl medisine for the (tog who all so is sick. I made the druggist mark both pack- ' ices very plain becuz I wooden( have ; nuthing happen to that dog fur noth- ing. l tll ttiV---- J:ln(, }!ire a tea l)al'IV toiilte kip ;it tier house bectlz site had ('o. wit.h 5t,e wanttd to t!,on(r Teusday--xe had Co. for supper ' smnway and I had the Co. out in the' tonite and wen I put my_ Napkin in i libary and finely i thee mebby I mite my neck ma pinched my leg and {try and kiss her mebbv, and she slaps when, I spilt supe on my cote ski !me three times and finely she black- i grinds my toe with her ft. Sun !cd nD" eye and I am ahnost sure she itime s I wish( I was a Bride groom i did not want me to kiss here or uther ! so nobuddy woodent pay no tension iwise why wood she do that away. !to me. .Munday--the ceecel-,r ass are class I WensdayElsys ma says she has why was the days longer in the sure-:got to be vaxinated nex week and met than the nites is and aake sed lnow she says she is in a pikkle be- that wen it cooled off the nites con-'cuz she dussent know where to git track becuz cold eontrac' and heat vaxinated at on acct. of the stiles Xpands. I think Joke will be pritty change so rapid here of lately. Look th P e art.... Jl Your Appearance Speaks for Itself I Don't let it tell the wrong torv Faded, oiled a unpressed garments are sure to create the wrongl I l impression, i [ It's easy to keep yore" clothes lookina" at their b ' with our cleaning and pressing. We not mlt I freshen and renew theirappearance but we act%l | a!15 make them wear longer through careful ser' [ vice. " on. /ou ll find it an economy "in the lolgl I run. | I n -' [i SUNSET CLEANERS - !' . . 11 ] go,d in kemistrv mebbe. Thlrday--well I am lookmg :er word to I)eckorashun day.and !l : sorry fro" little bits of kid witJ I too .rung to o to skool o ha,': ! II! days frum. Each & evry hollVlll i a non disgized blessing and e.] i this land of the brave & the i :of the free. i ', Irony of Fate "Bobby" Leach was q daredC'a went over Niagara falls in li barrel in 1911. tie died 15 yeSr# in New Zealand, as a result of [,ing on a piece of i ! Specials for FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Bread Butter l-lb. loaves . light or dark O i Red Shield ,..<. Per lb. 30c Guest Ivory 19C Tomatoes Peas No. 1 Del- Monte sol- id pack 4 :::" 39c No. 2 PrimaVera sweet variety canSfor 29g " Per Dozen Cans ...... $1.15 :... 41b,.87 Potatoes Cheese a No.2 Yaklma netted gems FIFTy POUNDS 49c 17c Grapefruit fancy large 48 size Asparagus green and tender 3 for 250 3 Ior 250 Lettuce ..,zo..,.o,,,.., 2 for 15c Tomatoes fresh and firm Perlb. 15o Carrots, Celery, Rutabagas, Parsnips, Peas, Onions, Spinach Store No. 26 JOE. H.'BUSCH.. M,,,,., Issaquah I q l I l i i 7 [ i [ I I I ! i i i | \