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, S. qVA, ,'. 9 ISSAQUAH I~.,~aqluth, ~'a~hingtoll i. PubllshNl Every Thorl~lay at II by Chatie Cathie ISSAQUAH, KING CGUNTT. WASHINGTON Telephone EXbr~)k 2-6434 I Mr. and Mrs. Carl PearsonMr. and Mrs. Leo Healey JOHN L. FOURNIER, Publisher JACK YEAROUT, Managing Editor CHARLES C. KERR, News Editor Member Washington Newspaper Publishers Association, Inc. Member National Editorial Association ]n Kin~ O~unty . $3.50 Outside Kin~ County $4.00 Entered as second-class matter on JanumT 1, 1900, At the Post Office at Issaquah, King County, Wash,, Under Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE CITY OF ISSAQUAH OFFICIAL PAPER OF KING COUNTY celebrated their 53rd wedding anniversary with a luncheon at the Space Needle Restaurant last Wednesday. The Golden Agers Club will hold a regular meeUng May 16 at II a.m. in the Fire- place Room of the Community Baptist Church. Jerry Buck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Buck, is now in Adana, Turkey with the air corps. and children leg Sunday, the Healey wedding anniversary, for a two-week vacation in California. Mrs. Tony Rich helped Mrs. Mary Sellers celebrate ber birthday last saturday. of Columbia Falls. Mont.. are visiting their son and family, the Gary Bergans this week. There were two birthdays in the family, Gary Jr., 13 on Saturday and Gary St. 7 on • Adams ÷o Overdale .... by Mrs. William Par~ons PI.me JO 6-4S23 The May 2 * * * Overdale Park Mr. and Mrs. BenThomas and On Sunday MeArthur and a 10- Club" was held at Mrs, Philip Tolley drove to year-old nephew, Greg Darr, Hayes home. La Conner Saturday for the joined his parents, the Arthur Possible annual Skagit Valley Tulip McArthurs, at their summerschool bus through Show. They drove through place at Lake Offut, near Te- and installation the area to see the fields of nine, and went fishing there• Lions were discussed, tulips and stopped in Conway The Frank Kendalls and Election of to call on Mr. and Mrs. Gust daughters went to Wenatchee held. Lindstrom. on Friday to the Apple Blossom Ken Adams will On Sunday afternoon, the Festival. They stayed with Mrs. from the outgoing Thomases were among guests Kendall's parents, the H.N. Fred Lind. at a tea honoring Clyde Mat- Kalanquins, and also visited Bob Meyers will ters, assistant superintendent her sister and family, the L.L. Chuck Powers as dent. of schools, and Mrs. Matters, of Hedmans. On Sunday, Kendall Issaquah. went fishing at Blue Lake. Tbe Mrs. Paul Janes the Job of secretary More than 70 women were family and the Kalanquins Mrs. Aurthus Wolf guests of the Preston Baptist joined him later for a picnic Women's Mission Society at at Sun Lakes Park. McGrew. Sunday. They all visited Mrs. their annual spring luncheon The Charles Elvens and his Mrs John on Thursday at the church, mother, Mrs. Essie Elven, visit- replace Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Larson, Gary Bergans mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boren and Blanche Haynes and her Guest speaker was Mrs. Mike ed the younger Mrs. Elven's treasurer. The New Trustee NATIONAl. EDITORIAL MEMB~.'R Mr. and Mrs. Lea Yelsley brother and his wife, Mr. and Martin of King's Garden in father, Nels Nelson, in Men- three yea/" term is~ -----r'----a , r'x /"TI_'~N WASHINGTON Mrs. Jerry Haynes Sunday. Seattle. A women's trio from roe Sunday afternoon. %,~ ]]A~OCp~ G~ NEWSPAPER had dinner at Kingens in Dearmin. ~ -~ I ,=J ~J ,J PUBLISHERS Renton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hayes the Issaquah Community Bap- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoial- Mrs. William Dear~ ASSOCIATION Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zehm, entertained el! the Bergans at test Church sang "Christopher men drove to Everett on Satur- be the reporter. formerly of Issaquah and now a dinner party Tuesday before Robin, is Saying His Prayer" day where they visited his Mrs. JohnMcGrew~ .......................................... of Enumclsw, announce thatthe Louis Bergans return and "The Silent Voice." relatives, Mr. and Mrs. War- Robert Johnson serve their son Stanley J. Zehm home Thursday. John Skoglund was admitted ren Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Ray & donuts. ,,L.wna[ s u, ,"o;no! " ,o Veteran's Hospital in Seat- Anderson, and their families. The next meeting' w Pine Lake News will he ord=ned s p est in Mr. and Mrs. JohnMedley tle on Friday. August Rutberg of Upper June 6. at the Fre the Parish Church of St. Rose attended the Ice Follies Sat- The Donald Silbermans Preston, who has not been well home. ............ ~ I By Louise M. Treharne of Lima, Ephrata, May 25 urday night in celebration of drove to Wenatchee on Satur- for some time, was admitted to On Heret J PhuneEX,-67. at l0 a.m. On the secondof their 20th wedding an- day toseetheAppleBlossom Harborview Hospital in Seattle Awards Prh, June at 10:30 a.m. Fatherniversary, the tickets apre- ~ Festivalparade. on Saturday. • The names of Bruce Burr and Zehm will celebrate a l-ligh sent from thelrchildren. On Sunday Miss Linnea Berg On Saturday night, the Carl tO Essayis÷s "" -" ~ from Pa-e One" John Pielemeier were uninten- Mass in the Parish Church and her niece, Mrs. LoraLeaKeldermans attended a ban- (Lontmueo g ; • . tionally omitted in last week's of the Sacred Heart in Enum-- Three Aprll birthdays were " turnout to prove once and account of Pack 604's trip to claw. A reception and Firstcelebrated last week at Kelley, drove to Puyallup and quet given for employes of the for all just what the senti- Nisqually. Blessing will be in the Parish lssaquah Cooperative Pre- AND MRS. MARVIN A. MATILLA Merton Frost began a two- Hotel in Seattle. Sunday din- and Cheryl Ball were nt is of a large majorit Mr. and Mrs. Lance Mifflin Hall from two to four o'clock School. Corinner Burr, • had dinner. Safeway stores, at the Olympic Karin Hansen, Ril me _ Y . week vacation Monday. ner guests of the Keldermans patriotic essay centS: of the workers who all have of Pine Lake announce the in the aRernoon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .............. m birth of their first daughter, Robert A. Burr, was five; BEVERLY EDGMON WED On Thursday Mrs. Thomas were her eousins, Mr. andMrs, of $15, $10 and $5 at tt a olg stake m the ~u~ss~u- _ Ambrose was a guest of Mrs.Robert Hegewald of Monroe. night meeting of the .... bisa Marie, at Maynard Hos- Mr. and Mrs. E. G. KnightDeborah Lindquist, daughter mgeiectlon, pital May 5. She weighed 8 are now living here. Theydaughter of Mr. and Mrs. TO MARVIN A. MATILLA Frank Noland at the meeting On Wednesday, April24, Mrs. auxiliary. Mrs. Ray I ft. D.. • n . pounds, 4 ounces and measured are the new managers of Grant Burr, was five; Deborah A 4 o'clock ceremony the nations, of the Fall City Study Club. Lyman Noyes, with Mrs. Bruce contest chairman, ~,, uvemg rOOT -- 21 inches. Her arrival at home the Issaquah Theatre. Llndquist, daughter of Mr. and afternoon of April 7 tn the Paul Matilla, brother of the On Sunday Mrs. Ambrose's Clark of Lake Alice and Mrs. presentation. District I I • I is awaitedbybrotherMarkwho Marine Lance Corporal Mrs. RobertA. LlndquistwasFirst Methodist Church in bridegroom, was best man. dinner guests were the ReD-Howard BaltzoofSeattle, spent president Ann Puml~ I I n I~[~ I n is almost three. Grandparents Robert H. Buzzard, son of four and Lucy Mohi, daughter Lebanon, Oregon united Miss Ushers were Lloyd Lyons and erend and Mrs. Richard Libby the day at the Yarn Barn in there. Mr. and Mrs. HarmonF. Buz- of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mohl Beverly joan Edgmon and Mar- Norman Blair who also lighted of Lake Retreat and their two Poulsbo. VIIIVII III areMr, andMrs. DonF. Gran- zard is serving with the wasfour. ston of Seattle and Mrs. Wesley Din A. Matilla in marriage, the candles. ' w "din sons, Fred and Dick, and the The Marshall Moore family Auxiliary preside I~ • I fm Mifflin. The children have Special Landing Force of the Diane, Suzan.,.and. Mike The Reverend Herschel Hall For her daughter s ~o g, Henry Ford family, spent Saturday at their place Sellers introduced K I~ ~m ~ three great grandmothers, Mrs. Seventh Fleet in the Western Medley led the Opening Dayread the service for the daugh- Mrs. Edgmon wore a rose- A dinner guest of Mrs. Eric on Whidbey Island, getting it ward R. Fish Jr., IU I~I Emily Rouse and Mrs. Frank Pacific. Parade of Boats Saturday, ski- ter of Mr and Mrs H L. colored suit and white access- Frykman on Sunday was a ready for the summer season, school director, who Granston both of Seattle and Carla Hendrickson, daughter ing from the Seattle YachtEdgmon ~d the son" of" Mr. Dries. Her flowers were pink cousin, Carl Elvstrom of Upper With them was Joan Moore's the special levy mea ~• i~ - Mrs. Eugenia Healea of Long- of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. CAubtoMadtson Park. and Mrs. Arnold J. Matilla. carnations. Mrs. Matillachose Preston. guest, ValerieSorensen. school district will Hendrickson, is among newly Baskets of pink-and white a turquoise sheath dress with Mr. and Mrs. Einar Lindstrom Spending Saturday afternoon May 21. Coming evenl 15111 vote view. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Manicketapped members of the Lin- Saturday morning at 6 a.m. gladiolus and two-tier candel- bone-colored accessories. Her entertained guests from Seat- and evening with Olof Carlson the May 17 installbti~ _ ~ __v ~ were Sunday dinner guests of field College chapter of Spurs, Mrs. Howard Smith and Mrs.abra decorated the altar. Klyle corsage was white carnations, tie at the Western buffet at the were his son and wife, the Gun- cers and the May 2 natinal sophomore women's Gerald Peterson*s Junior High Calahan played the organ sol- At the reception following Riverside Inn in Fall City dor Carlsons of Seattle, and poppydays. An all-out effort was underMr. and Mrs. L. A. Lefier. The service organization. Miss Camp Fire groups attended a ections. William Chandler sang in the church Mrs. Jeno De- Saturday night. ;Phey were Mr. their neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. way today by officials of the Leflers' grandson, Roger Wris- Hendrickson is a freshman kidnap breakfast In their honor 'The Lord's Prayer" and Piero cut the three-tiered cake and Mrs. Harold Draper and Ed Johns. Carlson and Johns Local members in Acre Mechanics~ Union to get ten, a UniversityofWashington at Linfield majoring in rood- at the John Medley residence. "Because". decorated with pink and white Mr. and Mrs. George Deutsch. played golf in the afternoon, the llth district coa~ their 22,000 members a't student, wasalso aguest, ern languages. Surprised hostesses, also Escorted to the altar by her roses, topped with a miniature The Ed Moultons went rock Recent callers at the Ed Ny- Burien Sunday were Boeing's Renton-Seattle plants Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pogue Major and Mrs. T.J. Craw- kidnaped, were members of father, the bride wore astreet- bride and groom. Mrs. Robert hunting near Ellensburg Sun- berg home were Mr. and Mrs. Rich, district into Seattle's High School and children, Karen, Danny ford, St-. visited Sarasotathe TA-WE-KIMA Horizon length dress with white bodice Joslin, sister of the bride, day. With them were Mrs. Moul- Elmer Carlson of Snoqualmie, Mrs. Joan Ma Memorial Stadium Friday and Leslie of Pine Lake andJungle Gardens In Florida, club. Mrs. Garth Lipsky and and three-quarter sleeves. The poured assisted by Mrs. Carl ton's brother, Bob Williams, Mrs. Albert Dahl, Mrs. Fred bearer. Mrs. afternoon to vote on the corn- Mr. Pogue's parents, Mr. and April 23. Miss Diane Medley assistedskirt was of white lace panels Schmele. Miss Sally Edgmon, two friends, Jack Holt and Granstrom and Linus Rute, president, was pany's latest labor-contract Mrs. Wendell Pogue of SeattleA 3/c Richard R. Goben, the leaders in abducting the over organza. Her shoulder- sister of the bride, had. charge Stuart Pickford, all of Seattle, allofSeattle, cer. Ledo Malmassari offer, enjoyed Chinese dinner at the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth girls from their homes, length veil was caught to a of the guest book. and Duncan Moore. Six persons joined the stalled as junior Theget-out-the-voteemphasis South China Restaurant on Goben is now stationed at CARD OF THANKS pearl crown. She carried a For her wedding trip to the Spending Sunday with Mrs. Skogsblomman Vase Lodge in mander of the 11th stemmed from the knowledgeBeacon HilISunday. Bitzburg, Germany. that it was failure to get a large I wish to express gratitude white Bible and white orchids, coast the new Mrs. Matilla August Lindstrom were the Upper Preston Saturday night. turnout of Renton-Seattle Ralph Ruggles IssequahCo-operatlvePre- and appreciation to allmyfri- Miss Linda Edgmon was her wore a baby blue wool sheath William Milhollands of Ken- TheyareMr. andMrs. Vincent Thelssaquahauxi] union members to vote on a School parents will meet at ends for klndnesses shownme sister's maid of honor. She dress and white accessories, more, Mrs. Elvira Burrouf and Brundage and Mr. and Mrs. team received the previous proposal April 24Once Residenf 8 p.m. Thursday, May 16, in so many ways at the time wore a two-piece suit of mint She wore a white orchid cor- Miss Mary Hanna of Honolulu, Manfred Wicklund of Seattle, the outstanding teallt that led to its defeat and at the Marvin Mold home south of my great loss. It gave me green with white accessories, sage. Mr. and Mrs. Matilla Hawaii. and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Borg district. brought the union to the brink a~ Hobart Dies of the city .... great consolation. Her corsage was white car- will live in Bellevue. .--drenKip ofandDr.KimandHUghes'Mrs, ehil-Eric Mrs.°f VasaMannePark.ElvenHOStesSeSand wereMrs. ~A reminder of a nation-wide strike of Funeral will be at Enum- Mrs. Carrie Beach, PineLake Hughes of Seattle, spent Satur- Edward Hogback. Ben Thomas, lssaquah Garden eae e s day with their grandparents, district member of the school V r w =lugs. the Arthur Pendells, and stay- board, spoke at the coffee hour claw Funeral Home at 1 p.m. Saturday for Ralph E. Ruggles. 68, formerly of Hobart, who died Sunday afternoon at Enumclaw hospital.Burial will be at Enumclaw. He was born in East Jordan, Mich., March 29, 1895. He came with his parents to the Hobart area when he was 13. He grew up there and attended schools in the areas, farmed worked in logging and before his retirement was main- tenance man at Pacific Car and Foundry, Renton. Survivors include the wid- ow, Hattie B., Enumclaw; three sons. L R. Rugttles, Renton; Robert, Kennewick, and Norman, Salem, Ore.; four daughters, Mrs. Nedra Erickson, Mrs. Jerrine Wilson, and Shirley Witte,all of Black Diamond. and Mrs. Mary Anne Cool, Sumner; two brothers, Floyd, Cordova, Alaska, and Lawrence, Aber- deen; three sisters, Mrs. Blanche Greunes, Maple Valley; Mrs. Lila Perry, Twisp; and Mrs. JeanneReed, Alderwood Manor; 16 grand- children. The date for the coming East of the Lake Day Camp at Hans Jensen farm has been set for June 17-27. according to Mrs. Louis Kemerer, site director. The East of the Lake district includes girls from Iseaquah, K1rkiand, Redmond, Mercer Island, and West and East Bellevue. Non-members of scout groups may now also register. Mrs. Jerry Malone. Box 458, lssaquah, is the Iseaquab registrar. The fee is $4 for eight days from I0 a.m. to 3 p.m., and includes milk, program costs and accident insurance as well as careful supervision. Day camping is for mothers and high school girls, also. The Day Camps are staffed by mothers an.~ high school girls who enjoy the out--of- doors. Day Camp E~dards | N] gR WINNERS - ~ I~nr, left scald, newsI ~d of the l.aquah Press, and Winifnd Carter, news editorl the Kent New=-Journal, receive con~r~ulaflons from John L. ( Fournier, publ/sher of both newspapers, for awards they won [ for news-writing for weekly newspapers during 1962. Kerr won l first place in the feature-news division for an m'flele be did as a | special walter for the News-Journal. The contest was sponsored by Sigma Delta Ch/, men's professional journalism frttemity, and the University of Washington. Awards were presented at a banquet Saturday night in Seattle. Boeing installations. Union officials said a special edition of the Aero Mechanic, the union newspaper, would be issued today to explain to mem- bers the revised proposal on which they will be asked to vote. Advertising also was to be placed in other media urging a heavy vote. Terms of the revised pro- posal so far have not been disclosed. Simultaneous Vote Tbe Friday vote will be simultaneous at Boeing instal- lations from Cape Canaveral to Seattle. The vote in Memorial Stadium will be at3 p.m. The proposal voted on here April 24 was rejected in the nation-wide balloting by 877 votes. The union then called a "rolling strike" which was to have started at Cape Canaveral last Thursday and reached the company's Renton.Seattle com- plex Tuesday. The union called off the planned strike at noon last Wednesday after pressure from top government sources was brought to bear and the Boeing Co. offered certain adjustments ed overnight. Calling on the and answered questions about Mrs. Irene Schimelphining By ViJohnson Pendells Sunday were his the proposed school levies. of Bremerton, was a guest at EX2-3572 niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. the Roy Sherman home, for a ~ ~ Don Stern and three children. few days last week. ritt cohostesses. Since the re- Mrs. V.V. Hall came home sale this Friday at and Sunset Way 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. In The GOOD OLD DAYS 40 Years Mr. Clyde Darst is now state Patty and daughters Martha On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wil- We received quite a com- highway superintendent for the and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- liam Parsons drove to Yakima pllment tlds week. We were district between Renton and neth Tallquist, Lisa and Scott. Leigh Wllsonofthelssaquah where Mrs. Parsons modeled a told that this column ia read Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sullivan FFA cbapter has been eel-- dress in the state sewing con- more than any other news- Mr. Fred E. Allyn attended a don't want to hear anymore ected as the King Countytest at the State Federation paper, since it is mailed to convention of Chevrolet deal- about tbe fun of camping -- at Future Farmer to attend the of Women's Clubs. Mrs. Par- every single home is East- ers in Portland Monday and least for awhile. They spent Western Washington Resourse sons was the winner of the Fall gate. The speaker went on Tuesday. the weekend at Graylands, and Management camp held an-City Study Club and King The prospect tunnel being after bedding their daughter nually at the Hemlock Ranger County District. Emt Shore run by Tom Hyde near the Jan and her guest Arlana Station of the Oifford Pinchot Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holmes: Grand Ridge, has been aban- Adams down in a tent outside, National Forest near Carson. went to Marysville on Friday ~ G doned on accountofencounter- it Started to rain -- ~only it One Future Farmer boy from and on Saturday. Holmes went Chu (lIDS ing quicksand. The work will poured. The two g~ris were each of the 19 Western Wash,- fishing at Lake Sixteen, with Mr. and Mrs. James O'Steen probably be attempted from a soaked and so in all the rain ington counties will attend., his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. higherlevel, they paraded outside to rescue The Hemlock Ranger Sta- Russell Holmes. On Sundaythe~ and Mr. Wayne P. Paschal of Floyd Bush went to Maple them. After bedding them down tion is a research and train° Holmeses and Mrs. John Skog- lasaquahhers of theareEastam°ngshoreneWunitarianmem- Valley Tuesday to drive on the inside, which is no easy trick ing center of the United States lund visited Skoglund at the Church. Others include Mr. stage run between that place in a camper -- especially ifyou Forest Service. The campVeteran's Hospital in Seattle. and Mrs. Leslie Ackley and was organized to give a eel- and Seattle. already have two other girls in ect group of'high school boys The Ronald Johnsons were Mrs. Carson Hunt, Mercer Is- The coal miners of Eastern bed - Kay Sullivan and Sharon Washington have accepted a Adams. Everyone was just basic training in the product- dinner guests of her sister-in- land and Mrs. A.O.Arm~trong, cut in wages of seventy-five going to sleep again when the ion and wise use of renewable law, Mrs. Albin Hedberg, of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lyle, cents a day and returned to camper just above Buds head natural resources. Instruc- Seattle, Sunday. They also call- Mr. Richard Maca, Mr. and tore are specialists in the ed on Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. Andrew Rybar, Mr. and worklftera30-daystrike, sprung a leak. 'Nough said. forest and conservation ser- Mrs. AxelEngstrom. Mrs. James N. Turner, Mr. Many of the Camp Fire Girls Beaver Lake Community vice. Their teaching will On Thursday, Mrs. Gene and Mrs. John Wielick0 Mr. have joined the canning club; Club met Monday at the home present national resource McArthur's mother and her and Mrs. Martin Poggi and we hope they are all prize of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mahnken, management from the viewhusband, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mr. and Mrs. Sam Peoples, winners, with Mrs. Ed Stocklin, Mrs. points of private, state, and Haugland of Vashon Island,all of Bellevue. Ed Merritt and Mrs. Jack Mer- federal agencies, came to visit the McArthurs. Attending the bowling ban- quet at the Fall City Inn on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Herold. Barry Roberge played a very convincing Indian in a play at the Fall City Methodist Church on Friday night. Enjoying dinner at Cliff's in Bothell on Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. Neal Fraker and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Bailey. Weekend out-of-town guests at the Elmer Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Harold Devises at their home orly at ended. Then after Saturday night, all the votes have been counted Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwins the stay-at-homes sound off and daughter, Joan, of Seattle, about the "cliques chosen to called on relatives in Preston run the Club". So you are on Sunday. hereby given fair .war~.ngl The Lawrence Fredeens are A well qualified slatenasDeen receiving interesting letters chosen by the Nominating from their sons, Wayne and Committee. But if you know i Melvin, who are on a worldof any hidden talents that can tour. Their next stops will be do the Joh as well or better° Cairo and Rome. Spending Sun- please speak upl Additional day with the Fredeens were nominations are sincerely their son and daughter-in-law, encouraged. And do be sure the Bruce Fredeens of Belle- to vote next Tuesday. After vue. all, this is your club. Bualness and Women of America. Hawaiian fashions shown by the pert Show of Bellevue. will Ralph Horn, and Paul Petersen. George of provide the Mrs. Oscar Redmond, will sing, ted by Mrs. Louis A supervised at the Bellevue Church, 1720 100th N.I~. Reservations may be to Mrs. Redne~ Rick-'~ 9112 or Mrs. Wil [tam J tot GL 4-0620. .-. DR. LLOYD A, OPT OME I , : Confecf 2341/2 Wells Stt Renfon, Washin! ' HOURS: " Mon., Tues., ThurS., 9:00 to 5:30, Wed. and Sa,- 9:00 to 1~0 Telephone Mr. and Mrs. Ed Merritt zoning for the new club house from the Virginia Mason Hos- require one adult to every entertained their Wednesday has been turned down, thepital on May 1, after spending eight to lO girls. Each unit night bowling league, with a building committee has been three days there following sur- of 8 to I0 girls needs one dinner party on Saturday eve- forced to await the outcome gery. Mrs. Hall is improving to say that be felt the adult coun~selor and one pro- nlng. of appeal before going anyrapidly. By JOYCE PLOOF were mighty lucky gram aide and both adults and Visiting at the Roy Sherman further with their plans. Mar- The Albert Olsons of Upper $H S-~tg such a vast publicity program aides are needed in home on Monday were Mr. and tin Emrick of the King County Preston were in a group of With this thought special program fields also. Mrs. Dave James of Seattle. Health Department gave a talk relatives who were dinner we again extend Free nursery care ispro- Mr. Diek Anderson journeyed on the perils of using lake guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hope still exists for that to you to take vided for children from 2 to to Underwood last week to water for drinking and madeCarlson of Redmond on Sun- ldghiy--controverslal Eastgate this unique service. 6 years old whose mothers are take movies of the nine mile several suggestions for rectify- day. entrance slgn. According to it is an organizational counsellors and occasionally logging flume. To do this neces- ing the situation. Mrs. Carl Thirty-six relatives andclose a letter from Gary Grant, a personal news br. special arrangements can be sitates riding the flume your- DeChard won the attendance friends of Miss Marcella Lar- member of the House of Rep- provocative opinion--it' made for boys too old to be self, Anderson's comment, pot, which had grown to $16. son and Douglas Schley whoresentatives, to Community seen! Just call uS happy in the nursery. "What a ride!" After driving the West Shore will be married at the Metho- Club President Bob Sample, "~-- 2518 and we*ll Two or three training seas- Dinner guests at the Ken Road, everyone was impressed disk Church in FallCityon May a permit for the sign Is ions are held for each camp MacKenzie home on Saturday with the need for a better road 11, were guests at a party and possible. Though Williamfrom therel for both-adults and program were Mr. and Mrs. John Peter- on that side. It's almost a one- bridal shower in their honor Bugge of the Washington State Church Wc Highway Commission turned aides, son. Later in the evening all way road and no room to turn last Saturday. The party was down the request the matter fO Hear Lea To help with the cost of attended the dance at Vasa out if the need arrives, with at the home of Schley's aunt has been brought to the at- transportation, counselors Park. huge stumps and big holes in and uncle, the Ed Samuels of tention of State Senator The Eastside receive al0dollarhonorarium Quite a few members of the the road. One of the worst fee- Kirkland. Among the guests Warren G. Magnuson. And Women's Club will for attending training and eight first place men's bowling team tures is the fact that all the were his parents, the Orville it is known that Mr. Bugge's national l, days of day camp. Programliveon Beaver Lake. Sponsored children down this road must Schleys of Preston, his grand- decision can be overruled. So 16, at 12 noon in the aides receive a 3 dollar hun- by the Cardin Construction walk out to the main road to mother, Mrs. Anna Conners of all we can do now is walt Kitchen restaurant, II orarium for attending training Co., they are Ted Howisey, get bustransportation--andit's Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and hope. and eight days of day camp. Herb Thomas, Jim Roberge, a long and dangerous walk. Sanviedge and Miss Irene San- 8th, Bellevue. They Mary E. Clark, nation Milk is furnished forprogram Walt Williams and Vic Viney. There is room for lots of im- viedge. Next Tuesday the Eantgate man of Christian we aides. Those who can comeDining at the Hong Kong provement here. The Theodore Burnhams en- Community Club holds elec-Clubs of America, and he a counselor or pro- Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. tertained the Lawrence Fre-Lion of officers. At timesHelen D. Baugh, gramKemerer,aldeGLCal14_1279.Mrs. Louis Roy Sherman. deens, the AlgoL Bergs and the these meetings have been po- the associated group,