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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY. APRIL 20, 1933 0 ........................ ! HIGH POINT ! CARD PARTY ...... ....222-[.---2f.-f-.-..-2~2 ......................... ; Community Church ...................... =---i Eight lablesofcardswereinplay I T. --" " " High . , Mrs. M. Bennon of l"all City vis-lat the n, ilita,'y whist party given or, y l otes rom tlae lssaquah A great day last Sunday[ Lvery-iited Mrs. Nels Nelson on Friday [Monday night by the ,1-H Club an(] body came haplry, stayed happy andi ~cnt away happy. Easter c,ames each Sunday of the'. year to every Christian, for it wa.~l 'on the fw~t clay of the week" thatl Christ won tfis greatest victory. Next Sunday morning's sermoni will be on the text "Go Tell My Brethren," Matthew 28:10. I Sunday school at 10:00; C. E. atI 6:45 o'clock. ~ I A presentSeattle grOUPeveningOf yo:ng ll)eopI~ i ~iil the serv'ce t'o'[ us at 7'30 [ NexT. week a potluck supper willI be held at tile church at 6:30. Dr.I J. F. Watson of Seattle wilt be the speaker. S. E. ANDERSON, Pastor. Trade in Issaquah The M:sses Enid an(l Mihlre(l Gihnan Rebekah Lodge. Those a I I,ovegren visited friends in Seattle i Lhe winn:ng table were Mr. and Mrs. the latter part of ghe week. iW. fl. Wood, Mrs. L. Miies and Missl Grant Lovegren and Miss Beth el-: Myrtle Bre:mahan. i i iver of Seattle and Miss Gracei I Vaughn of Bothell were dinner Seattle, on Sunday. guests at the Emil Lovegren home: ltarold Ila|vorson, Mrs. N. it jerk.,I here Sunday. ~ and Mrs. G. .Johnson ~ ere Seatt:e Mr. and Mrs. Arvid I,ee ofKirk- shoppers on Mon(hly. land spent Sunday afternoon at the l The High Point Sunday schuol; Tom Lee home here. iheid its annual Easter program at Mr. and Mrs. Martin llanson and the local church Sunday evening an(1 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Itanson were din-!several of tile local peotde attended ner guests of Mr'. an(/ Mrs. Carl as weil as those of Pre~.ton. i Pearson of Issaquatl on Sunday. Mrs. E. Ecks of Montana and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. Swanson weru!and Mrs. A. Ecks of Bremerton were dinner hosts to Mr. and Mrs. A. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. VicLorj Swanson of 1ssaquah, Mr. and Mrs. ttehn on Sunday. ] I Axel Swanson el Seattle, bh'. an(1 Axci Swanson of Seattle is doing, !Mrs. Fred Hendrickson of EvcretL, the electrical work in the Ed Olson land Mr'. and Mrs. C. Mahnstrom of~hpuse, now under construction. Fri.- Sat., 21- 22 AND SERVICE IS NOT ALWAYS A MATTER OF HIGH PRICE. COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT AND PROMPT SERVICE, AS WELL AS FINE QUALITY AND FAIR PRICE ARE YOURS IF YOU BUY YOUR GROCERIES AT THE MONEY SAVERS, INC. SPERRY'S DRIFTED SNOW 49-1b. sack Recipe Tested for All Family Use GOLD MEDAL PER PACKAGE L~ght, Fluffy Biscuits in a Jiffy LB. JAR SCHOOL BOY BRAND ---- A DELICIOUS HEALTH FOOD i i e_. mmut LB. BOX RED ARROW -- SALTED WAFERS CANS PACKED IN WASHINGTON PER PKG. THE FAVORITE OF MILLIONS PER PKG. APPETIZING AND WHOLESOME BAKER WASHING POWDER THE PERFECT SOAP FOR EVERY USE NEW CROP CROWN MUSCATS II LIMIT 2 PKGS. TO EACH CUSTOMER FOR10 CANDY BARS---MILK CHOCOLATE AND NUT PER LB. FRESH ROASTED--FRESH GROUND LARGE BOTTLES GOLD MEDAL MAKES FOODS TASTE BETTER No. 2 CAN TRACTI)N STANDARD BRAND -- EXCELLENT QUALITY I SUPERTWlST Fruils and Vegetables APPEARANCE Lifetime [Guorantee FOR LARGE, CRISP HEADS LBS. FRESH LOCAL PER DOZ. SWEET AND JUIC~ Meal Deparlmenl LB. PKG. SWIFT'S filLVERLEAF ~PER HALF OR WHOLE--WASH. BRAND PER LB. LEAN AND MEATY--WASH. BRAND Valley Relay i ti(m. i tion to attend. The Snoquahnie Valley Relay! '['he lmlians took first Ill'ice In Girls Lose Carnival will be hehl here Saturday[t, R.! t events while North Bend place(lI The l.~sacluah givlC has(.ball tean afternoon. Athletes from dill'trent first in four. Reino Mattila too.~.llost iheir ol,t, nin' game of the sea.~- schools of the valley will compete. [li~st in the 100 yard dash, 220 ann ion t( Tel( by a ch se score ,,f (;,-5 on Slowly the Issaquah track Is be- l ,he broad umt). Re nCs leap in the [ tht hem( gr.r n ~ Tat ~ 'iv a 't(r- i lg put at) sha e t~ the wolkmen , . ' .) . ' "' ...... P , . "ibl(,ad mini) was-0 feet 8 mche~ Inoon l~saquah held 'l 5-1 lead un- ~I~u(lenLs WflOwere here uLIr ng the il 1 r " " " ' " " ' " ' " i' u e t~t,g~ won the (n~cuswith altiltheninthinl'Jillt, when Toit ral- c'i.;:t c:;Tlt:Ye~V;rnet ~17r~hedt;Sc;t:i)lhce. heave of 90 feet. The 440 was won]liedto tieth( .... "ore. Inthe tenth g . P , ..... ~ hy OrrinCowle~,with Legg takingiinningr a Tel( plav(,l' sin~zh'(I, sl(,/e lasL year. lssaqaan nas won 1L both a ' ()S ' ' ' ", " "" ' " " "i .......... i (l .e s~(on(I. K.ltsoms ,lntl[second and lhlrd, and then scored t c?~et:nbte '~tefa~ttt(~en ate;;; ai'/a.a'e Stonebri,ltze tied for First I)laee :nEon a ,,'ild )'tch Is~aquah tried ha,'O' Y '~ ~ ~ ~(hana the l)(,Ie vauh w en they )(th char-to ~('ore in the s(('ondh'df of lne wil probably have as c (neat r ,'a s ...... " . .. ' " " 12 x T~'' ~ , ' r~ '.i' ,,\ " e(l Lilt' l)al" tit lllllt' lee/. in EDe r't-- nit lit." a 1 bueceet (,~ in ~etti lg I'[lll~ r ester lklrKlan(l (It I[$oLn il, DUL ~ ,~ ' ' ' [lay the ls.;aquuh team won easflyi ner~ ( p I~;l~;t,~ )ut faile,l when the still an under-dng may surpmse them.I ,vith Legff Cowh, s Kritsonis and b'tller hit into 't (h,uhle play and re* Win League Game [Mattila comI)osing the team. [tired the side. The battery for l.~- The Issaquah Hig~h school base-,, Junior Prom ball team won a hard fought 10-9i !victory over the Bothell nitre here! last Thursday afternoon. Issaquah was dead until the ninthI inning, in which they rallied to score l six runs and tie the score at 9-:f. i Johnny Castagno led the hitting withI four solid hits. Merle Pedigan ana Ole Peterson received the longes~ drives with a triple apiece. The 10th inning remained scoreless but in the llth Pedigan tripled and Davies1 singled to send Pedigan across thu plate with the winning run. Peterson pitched the whole game, and allowed only nine hits. Bothell received good pitching from Cran- son until the seventh inning in which i he was replaced by Clearer. Issa- quah soon sarted a barrage of hi~s that could not be stopped. Meet North Bend During the spring va4ation last Wednesday, the Issaquah High schom track team visited North Bend and defeated them 63 to 49 b~-. It was North Bend's first year at track and they showed unexpected opposi- Fifteen Rubber Trees Give Four Tires In Year The entire latex or rubber output of fifteen rubber trees for one year is required to provide tires for any one of the popular priced automo-I biles, according to L. R. Hepler, to- cal dealer for Goodyear tires. The average size tire requires el- even pounds of rubber and about four pounds for the tube. The approxi- mate grand average of latex yeild per rubber tree per year has been placed at five pounds, consequently fifteen trees contribute seventy-five pounds. 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If you want Ilood Ikl, Goodyear l: about the heedsomest tire on the toad. t ANSWER TO LAST WEEK'S AD~-She was a Greek. Daughter Ptolemy. The of Ptolemles I~or ..ffij =.d th. Gr..k Dy. ..... '" HeplerpHoNEMotorss2 CO. IlmlUlillllllIlllllllllll I saquah was Elsie .larvie. pitcher, and The annual Junior Prom will be Esther l'h'i(kson, ealcher. ,Lt'ht i"riday n:ght, April 31, in the Cro~s Country Run , Issaquah tliR'h school gynmasium. An~'le, of l"(m~et', won an easy vie- The gy~ will be adorned with large,tory in the (.r:)su country run, which streamers of purple and goht crept-~was }~e!,t ut b'sltquah lhe l)ast Thurs* palter and streamers of red, white]day afternoon. Foster l)laced more ai~d blue lights. Silhouettes of runners than :my other school and i prisone/'s and war(tens cover the end x~alis and part of the stage. The floor has heen dragged completely with soapstone and corn meal whicta makes a floor quite slippery, a boon to good dancers. I)ancilag will star~, at nine and will last until twelve o'clock, with the Racketeers, a six- piece orchestra, furnishing the mu- sic. Punch will be served to the l thirsty and a check room will be pro-iI vided free of charge for those who l wish to check their wraps. Thei prices have been set at 75 cents per couple and 25 cents for .each extra lady. One need not have an invita-I made 21 t/oints. Kirkland was close hehind with 20. Last year's cross- country vict.ry went to Issaqu:th, but the Indians failed to place this year. Ahout 3(I l'UllllOl'S fl'on] schools lined up aC 4 o'clock to start off on the lon~ mile and a half grind. The boys ran on a gravel road which started up a shmt hill. Mosl of the runners tried to get in the lead at the start and many succee(ted, but to- way(1 the finish, Angle b(gan to push himself into the lead. Snoquahnie and Tel( each scored 7 points to tie for third place, in the placing of run- ners. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII T. 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