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hisWeek &apos; E ]'H ISSAQUtkH PRESS ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASH., TttURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1931 NUMBER 33 Ti.. Pacific and Peace Slitter Days and Weeks  VOLUME 15 A Stalin Story oo. Showalter And ARTHUR BRISBANE-- i r s ---=-. it iurrows Coming g the Japanese prince, of the Mikado, Dr. Nicholas Butler spoke,tactfully and ini State and County Super-I vein of Japan s achievements, intendents will speak at me of good augur given toi Grange meeting Monday. great ocean that separates and I America with Japan. The t Lecturer W. W. Pickering is or- Will be to the world in future lranging for an extra interesting pro- the Mediterranean was once,!gram for Grange meeting next Mon- .:aAtlantie is now, the world'slday evening. It is to be the last Portant body of water. I meeting that will be open to the name should be typical of re-ipublic for the lecturer's hour. between the Japanese andi For speakers Bill has secured nations. All eompeti-] State School Supt. Dr. Sholwalter ha . them should be compe-iand County Supt. Burrows. sei.ence, in more efficient l The balance of the program will oI mcreasing human happi-lb e taken care of very nicely by the ProsPerity. high school with selections from the l a generation the flying ma- I band and girls' glee club, a piano have made the Pacific as iselo by Virginia Smith and a violin i as the English channel of Isl by Frank Forstrom, accompanied I ago, and Japan will De i by Mrs. Bean on the piano. ! from America than i This is a program that should be was from France when No- lof interest to the entire eommunityl sat waiting for a chance to and a large crowd should attend, l There will be the customary 10- cent i Gre*en,*he:d of the Fed-i lunchmeeting.arranged` for all after the i says the working be reduced to five days, . i loo00-uah Wins At is no doubt that machinery JtootA. faster than consumers can[ r- ! Products under our social T I l00elay Carnival IIIIToPNoTc"ERS by g III School Building lndi, ,s Lose First Bids Awarded Sch00 lul00 Game General contract goes to Poor base running and er- Walter & Brady, Seattle, rors prove downfall; out- for $38,694.97. hit Kirkland; score 7-9. The School Board held a meeting i Well, Issaquah's baseball team last night which extended an hour ihad their first practice game Sun- or so into today, at which bid:+ were day; the Kirkland team had one al- opened for construction of the new so, but the difference between the high school building, two is that' the Kirkland team will i" There were about s xy present at be credited with a win in the league the meeting and contracts were schedule for the game while Issa- awarded for the greater part of the quah does not. work, as follows: It was not such a bad game at General contract, Walter & Bra-that and on the showing of the two dy, $';8,694.97. squads Sunday, the team getting the Heating, plumbing, ventilating and breaks should win. And they did Sun drainage, Bassart Brothers, $8,096. iday. Issaquah outhit Kirkland, made Coal stoker, Rion Sa,es Corpora. lonet tess errorand two runs les:, tion, $535. 9-7 being the final count. Issaquah Vault door, Norris Safe & Lock earned five of their counts, Kirkland Company, $125. three--that was the margin of the Considerable time was devoted to l"breaks." the discussion of bids for the elec- I Kirkland counted in the first inn- trical work, with five or six bids in, ling, without a hit. Moore go on thru but no award was made, as further l an error at third, second on a pa:, consideration was deemed advisable, ball and counted on an elror : After the opening of bids Miss Wa- Issaquah got that back and ,, ger and four high school girls served to spare in the third. Castagno, Lew,: a light luncheon to those present, and Stonebridge singled, Rera go :  out at" the plate on Ed's hit. Hir,h J Pl drove in Lewis and Stonebludg. I unior ay H all until the ascension ere , in the fifth. With the first two d ,.'., iN W kEd t Mr singled Bright w= an t no doubt that in ordinary] elLinery, with men working Local lads win total of 49iNew Officers Nominated Kent Youths Connected ext ee - n lout but got a life on a backstop e- PrOduces too much, makingl points Saturday againstiAt Community Church With Issaquah Burglaries .................................................... lror, and the fireworks were on, a '-  I 'MI, ..... o,,A +L_ t ...... twalk, two singhs and a tri le send --  -,xt high with 18 pomts.  .... -Z777--, --=oers nomin Through the sheriff's office, J.J.t *,,-.,.v a,., .e mumps ; .... ;' " . P ". " 141er -- o --  The unoay sCnuo o., " . . , " mg in nve. or good measure the e m no doubt that men ---- _ ....... Lewm has recovered the articles stol-I will be presented May 11 ........... ,_ .. j -- . . _t *h e lssaquanl = , t_- +t. e annual election next ." ..... , . :visitors took tnree more In 1Hie sixth : - rive. No nation could! The track eam ot - . iatea t,, ,, _ en lrom his store receritly lne par-I and z st ,-.s;-,  ..... ff -.- . 1 .... eas'" winner m_. . " .... e as follows" Su- . ...... " . _.  - e,a ..... ---. on tnree stogies and another triple, narvecl and hl' d Ihi,h school was au # . lnursaay night n " ties WhO rose into the store and tne ......................................  ., . t ...... t'"" - " Issa uan I . . au earnea runs. :.he human beina, s on earth, lthe relay carmval hela at q t,ntendent, Paul Benson; assmt- Bakery were two young men from The junmr class of the Issaauahl ...... . a .... ints being won, e--  . . . .   t)urmg tne next tnree innings oltimg,,to Paris and from Pa- last Saturday, wlthp?ls entering asiant, Mrs. Branson- Secretary, JohnKent. ........ lhgh school is preentmg ,the. play, iDave :anned six of the opposing me, had all they need, by the different cnv - assistant, Miss Berry. lne clew was pcea up at etie-? ummy anu ne tumps, at tne nin batters not a -- .-.+-; ...... Othes Nettelton, }  , ma,, ,,,t; - , automobiles, radios, follows: '" " --- Mo..n Librarian, rue, where the same two had engag-Ihigh school gymnas:ium May 1 and,._a .u..: .........  .., " aachines ,h .......  ^ _^ v ...... h ............ 49 iTreasurer , ooc "-'/ "- :---a ed in a irnilar escanade 2 It is the tvre of rdav rhnt msk.l "u .c*r uexen;e oecame WODDIy, , ate woulu oe ltu laqua* ............... .. .. Ver s- assistant, r.tctmru . " " i " "' " -- ............. allowinf, Ino.nh t. ,...+ . action, in fact not nearly Bothell ........................... xa Iriet-en-.*=.--'- ,--Branson Plan-' When apprehended the two de-!dignified old professors jump up and ....  S-I .... .  .ve runs .... 9 ush tdnorlB1;er, tsm " . . i . ;[JU[, the visitors naa neen s ol;eu But, while consum,tion Foster ............................. I B :. ,k Cu, Junior de- knowledged breakmg Into both the down with glee. People who have'- - , P ' " .... 8 ist orvema t..-. , t.* . , ', . . . , too great a leas. eases, some plan must be Kirkland ............................... .,. t '. - *,-- Benson; assistant, Bakery and Lewm store, but not to seen this play are still talking abouti T. ,, ........ - ,.....a ,..+. eep workers fed and con- Tahoma ................................ :. t Pa ................ Mr Shobert. the second vslt to the Bakery. Both It  ....... s this nati _ . . ,,. ..  i Miss wms. mc,=,,,.#, " bo's were hi h school aduates a' !no got on tnrougn tne error route, on wmcn nas too Tolt ................................ ":" --e I =-'-*endent Primary aeparment, y g gr ', The cat for the play follows: Lewis filling, the ba with a sin le everythmg,,, expt, per- The meeting was staged on ,. :upcrm ,, gs g Mtss Mitch privilege afforded them b hard work "rs. o,,,.,e'"rt', assistant, " -i " "  " Sir Hector Fish, Watson Grimes. Here Stonebridge fanned and the in- .... It t. the school ground, which was   ---+ .a'e Roll Mrs 'of their widowed mother Their case r ..... :_ t_: .............. "" -" - ...... dtlon," " the students' eu. au"-'"v=,,--nuc" ,,,i hobert' " ' is" " m" the hands of the county" officers I ,,e rmco,. nm ergsma. wt- field lost their bearings when short day, shorter week, and in excellent con -" - - *-^m Anderson; assistant, Mrs. S liam Laidlaw, Tom Races. James dropped Monti's pop-up, letting Cos- aa Mr. Ford suggests, a having hauled tOnSor surlacmg.l" cmaer;j:in i -- i - ----- _ Slammon Racker, Jim Watkins. Per- tagno and Clark in, Lewis being out Year of- ten working months, the Creamery f ........ rd I ': ---;ons Hear Talk On  Issaquah Ice Cream Now On kins the Sheriff, Tovio Nikko (Fri- at the plate. In the eighth, doubles lines, :ill be necessary, lsa=g::::jn:dn;t  on tne ,,,u- -, , I,wtta*, alia i ' Jd?In P":ntr:a nFera)ka=?;:d: hvaa beings would be ey were all filled Legislature Roads Sale At Lew Place by Clark and Koss, singles by a- 1  roni and Evans and an error in the theWrSeearthfr ona littlewhichleisurethey fOrwinnersthe 100-yardfor thedaSh'Issaquah sc 1 State Representative Charles M. ! R. L. Stevens, distributor for Is- tie Durable, Lillian Huss (Friday.) box, gave the locals three more, and in * * * in the different events were: h;;. Dial gave an interesting talk at thesaquah Creamery products, has this Agatha Laidlaw, Violet Kangas, ;he scoring was over. s which has survived [yard dash, R. Mattila, first. Shot noon meeting of the Kiwanis club week arranged for the local ice (Friday.) Phoebe Beebe, Carolyn Kiridaud--- ab r h po a e hour day '-" - [put, Soash, first, A. Mattila:,second" yesterday, on conditions as he view-, cream to be sold here at Lew's Place. Neukirchen, Perkins the Sheriff, Fred Williams, 3b 5 1 1 0 3 1 --,, ainougn somel - "urn- R Mattila, nr. "- "led them at the stat capitol, and on. This will be the first iountain sale Liefhelm (Saturday.) Dulcie Dum- Moore, ss 4 3 2 1 4 1 not roaa J P' " the proposed program for road build- of the local product in Issaquah. ble, Esther Hendrickson (Saturday.) Bright, lb 5 2 2 9 0 0 ard low hurdles, T. Erickson, first, Agatha Laidlaw, Greta Liefholm, Mayhew, cf 3 I 0 1 0 0 be done, could also ly fi ........ ar Of s-e- They have a free Saturday offer --aay week. T.. oecond 440-yard relay, . ing for the next :ew y e __ t. -ave-in their advertisement this week that (Saturday.) - . . ..... , " " R . was the pan u= ,, Gardner, rf 5 1 2 1 0 0 tw.,, ne ....... w ma,,,= Castagno, pruessmg, ." eial mterest. - " ier t-ar" ' uu-s--'-- ,**e all should avail themselves of. Many This play is a story of a talented Warner, c 5 1 2 8 0 1 au-- - as expelled from ..... , first 880-yard relay, Jarv, for roads m ltam .... * -ro Issaquahns will appreciate this op- Englhhman .who has a mummy and Warren, 2b 4 0 1 3 2 1 * She W'rot aL%ttt, " sec- Ine governtu p -, Y, wh^ -- - e about a ctaeno, pruessing, A. Matt!Is, , next sx years. .-- .'=rovementslportunity of securing the local con- also the mumps. Brooks, If 4 0 0 3 0 0 in o.^, avea a man xrom '-: D^ vault, Wheeler, seeona, iposes some exl;enslve ,v Ifectiom There is another very interest- Singer, p 4 0 0 1 4 1 --'"= tack Sea. The man- ! ona. z,. ':le relay, Anderson, l there during that time. i o the i a thira. ,u . ing feature on the *program called ..... -- tl'.*-- stor:y, whmh ]s, pre-i!h, rp,  -iekson, Nikko, seeoneL/ At next week's meetmg the .UblTHIEVES LOOT GARAGE AT "The War Whoop Walkathon." If 39 9 10 27 13 5 . rue, said:  -mpp, r. r:,.  ,---'^n Pren- I : ..... in the Issaquan txri } ..................... Une in  ...... I,-. ;i relay. - rc- , - will enera MARliN tt)uu-r ttm.r rOU have never seen a walkathon Kirkland, hits 0 0 1 1 4 4 4 0 0--10 -- orann, t am powerlul, t **'" .... . --'. .... con& Meal-I_ ._ ] You like a ....... Itice , Soash, Anaerson, -'; . .... cou- -  -- contest don't fail to see this one. It Runs I00053000 9 till 1 Will gran in I  ormer memner, lie., relay, R. Mattila, pruess" g, " Reverend Maness, f er: Thieves ransacked Martin Bog- has all the attractions of any other is,aquah ab r h po a e . tittle  _ . _  ----n first !__a Lee Monohan, a veteran roaaden, s ranch up the valley one night contest of this sort, such as singing, E.Stonebridge, ss 4 1 1 2 2 2 ewisn b " KO, sucm, , " astu - We-oa oy ts supposed i Iuilder of the county, were wstors.!during the early part of the week, dancing, etc. Monti, rf 4 0 0 1 0 0 ur na ...... HIGH SCHOLARSHIP LIS  l practically cleaning t out. ,Among YOU d;:, e ? .fitalin, all I as k u ....... Walen, a graduate l .... ,zr TELEPHONE LINE I the loot was a battery, headlight and The program will start at 8:00 o'- Ilircho, If 5 0 2 0 0 0 " eu anybod that julia taxu,,,,, naZ.v,,, . . . clock. The prices of admission are Koss, lb 5 1 2 10 0 0 You." Y ' _ . L i-h School, appears o io,,sT INTO UPPER VALLEY Idashboard hght, automatic air-pump, ot lssaquaa  t " " "i- list I .... ! .... five -al 50c, 35c and 25c. Maroni, 2b 5 1 2 4 1 0 little v ...... ...... t.man high scnotarsnis t -- , two gatmns o cup grease, g " Forget your troubles by seeing Evans, cf 4 0 2 0 0 0 ewn would t)e the r_.".ed by the registrar at sidents of the Upper Valley have lons of gas, and all tools, this,play--May 1 and 2, Clark, 3b 4 2 1 1 1 1 o mae sucn an recently w,,. , Stalin would be too the State College of W_ashiogtthe constructed two and a half miles of Mr. Bogden is of the opinion that Miss Klaus is in charge of pro- Castagno, c 4 1 1 8 2 1 freshmanThe list includeSclass carrymgthe tenthlTrs.th '' wor. ;ne wfor naes,telephne --L--- twoline: adding;ulten more=, a littlethe workacquaintedWaS done by someone not 1 *Stonebridge, rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 husband, a capable en- who rank highest m sncota, Miss ranch, giving t acre " o eration of everything. EAST SIDE LOCAL MEETING what is more important, the first semester of 1.93o-L _, the second to be put m p There will be an interesting meet- 40 7 13 27 11 4 has a gigantic -surplus Walen is enrolled in the couege ox as soon as the telephone company Mrs. William Heffernan left yee- coal, acres upon acres, sciences and arts. can take care of the necessary con- terday for Seattle to spend a day at ing of the East Side Local at the *Batted for Monti in ninth. Grange Hall on the evening of May Issaquah, hits 0 0 4 1 0 1 2 4 113 nections. of it, and the plan i the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Har- all the coal on the Uni- Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Lightburne I risberger before leaving for her 5th. Mr. Shafer of Tacoma will give Runs 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 3 0 7 , drove down from Everson Thursday ! The Cedarholm shop has turned t home in San Francisco. Her father, an illustrated talk on egg qualities. Summary--Stolen bases, Evans. ml construe will have it hard and spent the night with Mr. and John Drylie, accompanied her to Se- The public is cordially invited to lTwo-base, hit, Koss 2, Bright, Clark. [tion this week to be used m handhngl attle, attend. with cheap oil, pow- Mrs. C. J. Boyden. They re turned]nut a truck body of spec . .. "I Three-base hit, Bright, Gardner. Coal, that makes no Friday, Mrs. Boyden acompanyinglmilk in the case in Renton traffic. I . . . Struck out, by Iwia 8, Singer 5. They are now working on a truck l About one mile of forms have The County Game Commission has Base on balls, Lewis 3, Singer 1. quite an anthracite them for a week's visit.  mix- an article on page three of this issue Passed ball, Castagno. Our own. :a : : that will be of interest to fishermen Next Sunday Mercer Island will In the exca tin f basement of body for Everett Harrington. beentlaid for the sidewalks, the . . . , t er arrived today and" spreading of :n:ver*heard of or are the Co-Op. huilding Cn.trac..L,f:n Mrs. C. S. Beers is spending a I concrete will be started by the first of this immediate vicimty. It per-be the home team at Issaquah with lives in the ocean mud luccio has st ruel wae_rh--m -is ,iving few days this week with relatives I of the week. A temporary pipe line rains to fishing in Issaquah Creek Taylor as opponents. Isaaquah will a scientific title a name for the septic tanK, wB ..... and friends in Seattle. l is needed to supply sufficient water, and tributaries, play Edmonds. page 5, column 2) some trouble. Be -I.O-I<-! t - o m v, THI S, FANNI e II hisWeek ' E ]'H ISSAQUtkH PRESS ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASH., TttURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1931 NUMBER 33 Ti.. Pacific and Peace Slitter Days and Weeks  VOLUME 15 A Stalin Story oo. Showalter And ARTHUR BRISBANE-- i r s ---=-. it iurrows Coming g the Japanese prince, of the Mikado, Dr. Nicholas Butler spoke,tactfully and ini State and County Super-I vein of Japan s achievements, intendents will speak at me of good augur given toi Grange meeting Monday. great ocean that separates and I America with Japan. The t Lecturer W. W. Pickering is or- Will be to the world in future lranging for an extra interesting pro- the Mediterranean was once,!gram for Grange meeting next Mon- .:aAtlantie is now, the world'slday evening. It is to be the last Portant body of water. I meeting that will be open to the name should be typical of re-ipublic for the lecturer's hour. between the Japanese andi For speakers Bill has secured nations. All eompeti-] State School Supt. Dr. Sholwalter ha . them should be compe-iand County Supt. Burrows. sei.ence, in more efficient l The balance of the program will oI mcreasing human happi-lb e taken care of very nicely by the ProsPerity. high school with selections from the l a generation the flying ma- I band and girls' glee club, a piano have made the Pacific as iselo by Virginia Smith and a violin i as the English channel of Isl by Frank Forstrom, accompanied I ago, and Japan will De i by Mrs. Bean on the piano. ! from America than i This is a program that should be was from France when No- lof interest to the entire eommunityl sat waiting for a chance to and a large crowd should attend, l There will be the customary 10- cent i Gre*en,*he:d of the Fed-i lunchmeeting.arranged` for all after the i says the working be reduced to five days, . i loo00-uah Wins At is no doubt that machinery JtootA. faster than consumers can[ r- ! Products under our social T I l00elay Carnival IIIIToPNoTc"ERS by g III School Building lndi, ,s Lose First Bids Awarded Sch00 lul00 Game General contract goes to Poor base running and er- Walter & Brady, Seattle, rors prove downfall; out- for $38,694.97. hit Kirkland; score 7-9. The School Board held a meeting i Well, Issaquah's baseball team last night which extended an hour ihad their first practice game Sun- or so into today, at which bid:+ were day; the Kirkland team had one al- opened for construction of the new so, but the difference between the high school building, two is that' the Kirkland team will i" There were about s xy present at be credited with a win in the league the meeting and contracts were schedule for the game while Issa- awarded for the greater part of the quah does not. work, as follows: It was not such a bad game at General contract, Walter & Bra-that and on the showing of the two dy, $';8,694.97. squads Sunday, the team getting the Heating, plumbing, ventilating and breaks should win. And they did Sun drainage, Bassart Brothers, $8,096. iday. Issaquah outhit Kirkland, made Coal stoker, Rion Sa,es Corpora. lonet tess errorand two runs les:, tion, $535. 9-7 being the final count. Issaquah Vault door, Norris Safe & Lock earned five of their counts, Kirkland Company, $125. three--that was the margin of the Considerable time was devoted to l"breaks." the discussion of bids for the elec- I Kirkland counted in the first inn- trical work, with five or six bids in, ling, without a hit. Moore go on thru but no award was made, as further l an error at third, second on a pa:, consideration was deemed advisable, ball and counted on an elror : After the opening of bids Miss Wa- Issaquah got that back and ,, ger and four high school girls served to spare in the third. Castagno, Lew,: a light luncheon to those present, and Stonebridge singled, Rera go :  out at" the plate on Ed's hit. Hir,h J Pl drove in Lewis and Stonebludg. I unior ay H all until the ascension ere , in the fifth. With the first two d ,.'., iN W kEd t Mr singled Bright w= an t no doubt that in ordinary] elLinery, with men working Local lads win total of 49iNew Officers Nominated Kent Youths Connected ext ee - n lout but got a life on a backstop e- PrOduces too much, makingl points Saturday againstiAt Community Church With Issaquah Burglaries .................................................... lror, and the fireworks were on, a '-  I 'MI, ..... o,,A +L_ t ...... twalk, two singhs and a tri le send --  -,xt high with 18 pomts.  .... -Z777--, --=oers nomin Through the sheriff's office, J.J.t *,,-.,.v a,., .e mumps ; .... ;' " . P ". " 141er -- o --  The unoay sCnuo o., " . . , " mg in nve. or good measure the e m no doubt that men ---- _ ....... Lewm has recovered the articles stol-I will be presented May 11 ........... ,_ .. j -- . . _t *h e lssaquanl = , t_- +t. e annual election next ." ..... , . :visitors took tnree more In 1Hie sixth : - rive. No nation could! The track eam ot - . iatea t,, ,, _ en lrom his store receritly lne par-I and z st ,-.s;-,  ..... ff -.- . 1 .... eas'" winner m_. . " .... e as follows" Su- . ...... " . _.  - e,a ..... ---. on tnree stogies and another triple, narvecl and hl' d Ihi,h school was au # . lnursaay night n " ties WhO rose into the store and tne ......................................  ., . t ...... t'"" - " Issa uan I . . au earnea runs. :.he human beina, s on earth, lthe relay carmval hela at q t,ntendent, Paul Benson; assmt- Bakery were two young men from The junmr class of the Issaauahl ...... . a .... ints being won, e--  . . . .   t)urmg tne next tnree innings oltimg,,to Paris and from Pa- last Saturday, wlthp?ls entering asiant, Mrs. Branson- Secretary, JohnKent. ........ lhgh school is preentmg ,the. play, iDave :anned six of the opposing me, had all they need, by the different cnv - assistant, Miss Berry. lne clew was pcea up at etie-? ummy anu ne tumps, at tne nin batters not a -- .-.+-; ...... Othes Nettelton, }  , ma,, ,,,t; - , automobiles, radios, follows: '" " --- Mo..n Librarian, rue, where the same two had engag-Ihigh school gymnas:ium May 1 and,._a .u..: .........  .., " aachines ,h .......  ^ _^ v ...... h ............ 49 iTreasurer , ooc "-'/ "- :---a ed in a irnilar escanade 2 It is the tvre of rdav rhnt msk.l "u .c*r uexen;e oecame WODDIy, , ate woulu oe ltu laqua* ............... .. .. Ver s- assistant, r.tctmru . " " i " "' " -- ............. allowinf, Ino.nh t. ,...+ . action, in fact not nearly Bothell ........................... xa Iriet-en-.*=.--'- ,--Branson Plan-' When apprehended the two de-!dignified old professors jump up and ....  S-I .... .  .ve runs .... 9 ush tdnorlB1;er, tsm " . . i . ;[JU[, the visitors naa neen s ol;eu But, while consum,tion Foster ............................. I B :. ,k Cu, Junior de- knowledged breakmg Into both the down with glee. People who have'- - , P ' " .... 8 ist orvema t..-. , t.* . , ', . . . , too great a leas. eases, some plan must be Kirkland ............................... .,. t '. - *,-- Benson; assistant, Bakery and Lewm store, but not to seen this play are still talking abouti T. ,, ........ - ,.....a ,..+. eep workers fed and con- Tahoma ................................ :. t Pa ................ Mr Shobert. the second vslt to the Bakery. Both It  ....... s this nati _ . . ,,. ..  i Miss wms. mc,=,,,.#, " bo's were hi h school aduates a' !no got on tnrougn tne error route, on wmcn nas too Tolt ................................ ":" --e I =-'-*endent Primary aeparment, y g gr ', The cat for the play follows: Lewis filling, the ba with a sin le everythmg,,, expt, per- The meeting was staged on ,. :upcrm ,, gs g Mtss Mitch privilege afforded them b hard work "rs. o,,,.,e'"rt', assistant, " -i " "  " Sir Hector Fish, Watson Grimes. Here Stonebridge fanned and the in- .... It t. the school ground, which was   ---+ .a'e Roll Mrs 'of their widowed mother Their case r ..... :_ t_: .............. "" -" - ...... dtlon," " the students' eu. au"-'"v=,,--nuc" ,,,i hobert' " ' is" " m" the hands of the county" officers I ,,e rmco,. nm ergsma. wt- field lost their bearings when short day, shorter week, and in excellent con -" - - *-^m Anderson; assistant, Mrs. S liam Laidlaw, Tom Races. James dropped Monti's pop-up, letting Cos- aa Mr. Ford suggests, a having hauled tOnSor surlacmg.l" cmaer;j:in i -- i - ----- _ Slammon Racker, Jim Watkins. Per- tagno and Clark in, Lewis being out Year of- ten working months, the Creamery f ........ rd I ': ---;ons Hear Talk On  Issaquah Ice Cream Now On kins the Sheriff, Tovio Nikko (Fri- at the plate. In the eighth, doubles lines, :ill be necessary, lsa=g::::jn:dn;t  on tne ,,,u- -, , I,wtta*, alia i ' Jd?In P":ntr:a nFera)ka=?;:d: hvaa beings would be ey were all filled Legislature Roads Sale At Lew Place by Clark and Koss, singles by a- 1  roni and Evans and an error in the theWrSeearthfr ona littlewhichleisurethey fOrwinnersthe 100-yardfor thedaSh'Issaquah sc 1 State Representative Charles M. ! R. L. Stevens, distributor for Is- tie Durable, Lillian Huss (Friday.) box, gave the locals three more, and in * * * in the different events were: h;;. Dial gave an interesting talk at thesaquah Creamery products, has this Agatha Laidlaw, Violet Kangas, ;he scoring was over. s which has survived [yard dash, R. Mattila, first. Shot noon meeting of the Kiwanis club week arranged for the local ice (Friday.) Phoebe Beebe, Carolyn Kiridaud--- ab r h po a e hour day '-" - [put, Soash, first, A. Mattila:,second" yesterday, on conditions as he view-, cream to be sold here at Lew's Place. Neukirchen, Perkins the Sheriff, Fred Williams, 3b 5 1 1 0 3 1 --,, ainougn somel - "urn- R Mattila, nr. "- "led them at the stat capitol, and on. This will be the first iountain sale Liefhelm (Saturday.) Dulcie Dum- Moore, ss 4 3 2 1 4 1 not roaa J P' " the proposed program for road build- of the local product in Issaquah. ble, Esther Hendrickson (Saturday.) Bright, lb 5 2 2 9 0 0 ard low hurdles, T. Erickson, first, Agatha Laidlaw, Greta Liefholm, Mayhew, cf 3 I 0 1 0 0 be done, could also ly fi ........ ar Of s-e- They have a free Saturday offer --aay week. T.. oecond 440-yard relay, . ing for the next :ew y e __ t. -ave-in their advertisement this week that (Saturday.) - . . ..... , " " R . was the pan u= ,, Gardner, rf 5 1 2 1 0 0 tw.,, ne ....... w ma,,,= Castagno, pruessmg, ." eial mterest. - " ier t-ar" ' uu-s--'-- ,**e all should avail themselves of. Many This play is a story of a talented Warner, c 5 1 2 8 0 1 au-- - as expelled from ..... , first 880-yard relay, Jarv, for roads m ltam .... * -ro Issaquahns will appreciate this op- Englhhman .who has a mummy and Warren, 2b 4 0 1 3 2 1 * She W'rot aL%ttt, " sec- Ine governtu p -, Y, wh^ -- - e about a ctaeno, pruessing, A. Matt!Is, , next sx years. .-- .'=rovementslportunity of securing the local con- also the mumps. Brooks, If 4 0 0 3 0 0 in o.^, avea a man xrom '-: D^ vault, Wheeler, seeona, iposes some exl;enslve ,v Ifectiom There is another very interest- Singer, p 4 0 0 1 4 1 --'"= tack Sea. The man- ! ona. z,. ':le relay, Anderson, l there during that time. i o the i a thira. ,u . ing feature on the *program called ..... -- tl'.*-- stor:y, whmh ]s, pre-i!h, rp,  -iekson, Nikko, seeoneL/ At next week's meetmg the .UblTHIEVES LOOT GARAGE AT "The War Whoop Walkathon." If 39 9 10 27 13 5 . rue, said:  -mpp, r. r:,.  ,---'^n Pren- I : ..... in the Issaquan txri } ..................... Une in  ...... I,-. ;i relay. - rc- , - will enera MARliN tt)uu-r ttm.r rOU have never seen a walkathon Kirkland, hits 0 0 1 1 4 4 4 0 0--10 -- orann, t am powerlul, t **'" .... . --'. .... con& Meal-I_ ._ ] You like a ....... Itice , Soash, Anaerson, -'; . .... cou- -  -- contest don't fail to see this one. It Runs I00053000 9 till 1 Will gran in I  ormer memner, lie., relay, R. Mattila, pruess" g, " Reverend Maness, f er: Thieves ransacked Martin Bog- has all the attractions of any other is,aquah ab r h po a e . tittle  _ . _  ----n first !__a Lee Monohan, a veteran roaaden, s ranch up the valley one night contest of this sort, such as singing, E.Stonebridge, ss 4 1 1 2 2 2 ewisn b " KO, sucm, , " astu - We-oa oy ts supposed i Iuilder of the county, were wstors.!during the early part of the week, dancing, etc. Monti, rf 4 0 0 1 0 0 ur na ...... HIGH SCHOLARSHIP LIS  l practically cleaning t out. ,Among YOU d;:, e ? .fitalin, all I as k u ....... Walen, a graduate l .... ,zr TELEPHONE LINE I the loot was a battery, headlight and The program will start at 8:00 o'- Ilircho, If 5 0 2 0 0 0 " eu anybod that julia taxu,,,,, naZ.v,,, . . . clock. The prices of admission are Koss, lb 5 1 2 10 0 0 You." Y ' _ . L i-h School, appears o io,,sT INTO UPPER VALLEY Idashboard hght, automatic air-pump, ot lssaquaa  t " " "i- list I .... ! .... five -al 50c, 35c and 25c. Maroni, 2b 5 1 2 4 1 0 little v ...... ...... t.man high scnotarsnis t -- , two gatmns o cup grease, g " Forget your troubles by seeing Evans, cf 4 0 2 0 0 0 ewn would t)e the r_.".ed by the registrar at sidents of the Upper Valley have lons of gas, and all tools, this,play--May 1 and 2, Clark, 3b 4 2 1 1 1 1 o mae sucn an recently w,,. , Stalin would be too the State College of W_ashiogtthe constructed two and a half miles of Mr. Bogden is of the opinion that Miss Klaus is in charge of pro- Castagno, c 4 1 1 8 2 1 freshmanThe list includeSclass carrymgthe tenthlTrs.th '' wor. ;ne wfor naes,telephne --L--- twoline: adding;ulten more=, a littlethe workacquaintedWaS done by someone not 1 *Stonebridge, rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 husband, a capable en- who rank highest m sncota, Miss ranch, giving t acre " o eration of everything. EAST SIDE LOCAL MEETING what is more important, the first semester of 1.93o-L _, the second to be put m p There will be an interesting meet- 40 7 13 27 11 4 has a gigantic -surplus Walen is enrolled in the couege ox as soon as the telephone company Mrs. William Heffernan left yee- coal, acres upon acres, sciences and arts. can take care of the necessary con- terday for Seattle to spend a day at ing of the East Side Local at the *Batted for Monti in ninth. Grange Hall on the evening of May Issaquah, hits 0 0 4 1 0 1 2 4 113 nections. of it, and the plan i the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Har- all the coal on the Uni- Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Lightburne I risberger before leaving for her 5th. Mr. Shafer of Tacoma will give Runs 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 3 0 7 , drove down from Everson Thursday ! The Cedarholm shop has turned t home in San Francisco. Her father, an illustrated talk on egg qualities. Summary--Stolen bases, Evans. ml construe will have it hard and spent the night with Mr. and John Drylie, accompanied her to Se- The public is cordially invited to lTwo-base, hit, Koss 2, Bright, Clark. [tion this week to be used m handhngl attle, attend. with cheap oil, pow- Mrs. C. J. Boyden. They re turned]nut a truck body of spec . .. "I Three-base hit, Bright, Gardner. Coal, that makes no Friday, Mrs. Boyden acompanyinglmilk in the case in Renton traffic. I . . . Struck out, by Iwia 8, Singer 5. They are now working on a truck l About one mile of forms have The County Game Commission has Base on balls, Lewis 3, Singer 1. quite an anthracite them for a week's visit.  mix- an article on page three of this issue Passed ball, Castagno. Our own. :a : : that will be of interest to fishermen Next Sunday Mercer Island will In the exca tin f basement of body for Everett Harrington. beentlaid for the sidewalks, the . . . , t er arrived today and" spreading of :n:ver*heard of or are the Co-Op. huilding Cn.trac..L,f:n Mrs. C. S. Beers is spending a I concrete will be started by the first of this immediate vicimty. It per-be the home team at Issaquah with lives in the ocean mud luccio has st ruel wae_rh--m -is ,iving few days this week with relatives I of the week. A temporary pipe line rains to fishing in Issaquah Creek Taylor as opponents. Isaaquah will a scientific title a name for the septic tanK, wB ..... and friends in Seattle. l is needed to supply sufficient water, and tributaries, play Edmonds. page 5, column 2) some trouble. Be -I.O-I<-! t - o m v, THI S, FANNI e II