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Elaine Williams of the faculty cooked pancakes, GE 2-4627 bacon and eggs while the women Junior High Faculty teachers assisted in serving was a bigger success together with four girls from Year than previously, each of the junior high grades. $136. Breakfast for Mrs. Freda Law, secretary, was served from was cashier. After breakfast l~ra. with some people teachers did the clean-up work. ~tlng at n0arly II. Men The car-wash was also a TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND FUTURE FRIENDS WE WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS MAY 31, 1963 Pa and Cleo McNeal IL (Former Issaquah Valley Dairy Location ) EX 2-6697 THE PERFECT GIFT SUCCESS. Tom Petrin and Jane Boyd will co-star in the Tahoma All-School play "Our Kissin Cousins" which will be pre- sented May 9 and 10 in the high school auditorium, The play is a teen-age situ- ation comedy=drama concern- ing how a group of teen-age "northern" girls plot to keep their boyfriends from being completely enamoured by a visiting "southern" belle. IUNG COUNTY PUBLIC LIIILAIUE$ Others in the cast are: El-. leen Hennessy, Joan Schiller, Mary LOU Clement, Henry Yeackle, Danny Petchnik, Mike Rodwell andGary Maynard, stu- defit director. Mrs. Harriet Judge is director. Everyone is welcome to at- tend. Tickets are on sale now and will be available at the door. "My Fair Lady" is the theme of the Tahoma High Girls Club banquet being held this evening (May 8) at the Taboma Ele- or huddled in a m3untain cabin waiting for the rain to stop. Because it is illustrated with small precise drawings, this volume will sharpen the eye as well as the wits of all bird watchers. It is divided into three parts: For the Amateur, for the Ad- vanced, for the Specialist. An English publication entitled Wing to Wing was written by an amateur ornithologist, E. H. Ware, whose RAF exper- iences brought opportunity for field trips in five countries, ---Scotland, Algiers, Tunisia, Sardonia, and Corsica. Ex- cellent photographs and line 'qn bird watching you will find the same adventures that take big game hunters to deep- drawings depict many rare est Africa....The thrill of seeing birds. an unusual bird or capturing Tools in the library for local its image on film is as great bird watchers include: Birds as bringing home a trophy of the Pacific States--Hoffman; head." So says Mary Pettit Our Beautiful Western Birds-- in the opening chapter of her Congdon; Field Guide to Birds book-My Hobby is Bird Watch- of Puget Sound --Larrison; ing. If it is also your hobby, Common Birds of Olympic Nat- you may enjoy this and other ional Park--Wilhelm, and How books recently sent to the Is- to Attract the Birds--Lemmon. For juveniles the library has saquah Library. The Bird Watcher's Quiz a small Audubon, a book on Book by Henry Collins, Jr., our state birds and flowers, a 1961 publication, can be used and a fascinating practicalbook for games at home, in the car, on how to build the right bird- stretched out on a sunny dune, house for the right bird. ON MOTHER'S DAY OI C Gift That Will Be Appreciated - - - A ! iff of Beauty in Any Amount You Wish. FREE COFFEE Served Always CALL , I SALON OF BEAUTY EX 2-5567,00A " Y E L L 0 W OTHER FIXTURES 30 { OFF Post Office Block EXbrook 2-3370 $ GIBSON Every MOTHER Loves a LIST FOR MOTHER'S DAY SHOPPING [] BROWN & HALEY CANDY COSMETICS BY MAX FACTOR AND YARDLEY [] HAIR DRYERS BY UNIVERSAL ROGERS CANDY LARGE VARIETY OF CHOICE PLANTS , yoUR HEALTH IS OUR BUSINESS arid , .._.-----~ -- ~ ACROSS From The 'ssaquah Funeral Home 4 SUNSET WAY EX 2-6441 Downtown Issoquoh OUR Gi-FT S-UG,GESTIoN--- 'IJ I Aluminum W, ,F V,,l'i il i.SIIIIEEII . ;, gs I "WINDOW ,, ....... PATIOe DOOR . [ 10% Discount I PAY WHEN YOU WANT ii~'- I DELIVERY DOWNTOWN. ICALL ~IN~IM:~. EX 2-319Q ISSA )UAH r'REE ESTIMATES ! mentary School. This is the 33rd annual Mother-Daughter Banquet honoring mothers of the members. Vickie Bennett is Girls Club president. On the program are a fashion show of clothing made and mod- eled by the students of the Home Ec classes, and installa- tion of officers. president; Carol Byers, vice Mrs. Dorothy Walsh, C.o-Ar~- president. Nancy Weber, sacra- Chairmen of the recent Cancer tary, and LindaBell, treasurer, Drive in the Tahoma area, have and LaDonna IDufenhorst and announced that total collections Carol Wilsco, hostorians, here were $242.56. More do- Red and white corsages will nations are expected. be worn by the senior girls' Squak IVlL Realty was head- mothers and yellow and white quarters for the Cancer drive. by the mothers of other classes. Most successful in the drive Green is the general color was the Hobart Saddle Club, Joyce PoncharL vice presi- scheme, covering the Hobart area. Mrs. dent, is in charge of the in- Mrs. Emma Herrin is Girls' Mabel Duren, Hobart district stallation. Being installed are Club advisor, chairman, was assisted by 1963-64 officers: CheerlSheets Mrs. Anita Satterleee and Arline Duncalf, VivianStickley, Dorothy Walsh, Laura Ulmer, Darlene Goedsel and Joe Hodgson. Some members can- vassed the district on horse- hack. The collection here was $87.4o. Coming in second in success- ful donations were: Mrs. Lil Lancaster on the Maxwell Road and Mrs. Calvin Marlatt and Mrs. K. IV[. Romberger at Lake Lucerne. Others who worked on the drive were: Ellen Wall, Dorre Don, Millie Foss, Shadow Lake. Jean Walstrand, Lake Francis, Sybil Fern, Morris Road, Susan Snope, Lake Wilderness, Mrs. Nelson, Sigurd Amble Road, Mrs. Stroscbein, Spring Lake. The Pro-Bond-and-Levy ComEdttee will enter a float in the Tahoma Day Parade. Working on the float will be Sylvia Stusser, Delores Neer, Esther Hart and Ouayne Cher- ry, teacher. "YES! This Week We Are Featuring RIBBON WINNING FFA BEEF FROM AUBURN LIVESTOCK SHOW! FIESTA OR HOLIDAY FRENII I.EAN BI,AI)E CUT WHOLE OR HALF BONELESS POUND RATll'S 12 OUNCE PA(~KAI;E~ ESS WE NERS each 39c FRESH FROM THE OCEAN Itt FRESH WASHINGTON GROWN WHOLE BODIED POUND FRESH WASHINGTON (;ROWN BREASTS. THIGHS, LEGS S... lb. 49' OR SHUR FRESH 16-01. TINS SWIFT'S 12-0Z. TINS SHUR-FRESH 29-0Z. SLI. & HALVES CAROUSEL LICORICE ALL SORTS CAROUSEL CUSTARD NUGGETS A.B.C. SODA CRACKERS N.B.C. FANCY VANILLA WAFERS N.B.C. LORNA DOONE SHORTBREAD ALL VEGETABLE 16-oz 49c SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING 3tBT,NS 16-0Z 49 LIBBY'S DEVILED HAM OUNCET,NS6 /q 1POUNDBOX29c LIBBY'S POTTED MEAT S'*OUNCETINS 6 /'1 n-oz.Box 3 /$1HUNT'S TOMATO JUICE , -OUNCE.Ns 4 /$1 3/'1 DOLE SLICED PINEAPPLE 0-oz.nNS 3 /q SWANSON'S MEAT PIES -oz ,OZE,5 /$1 BEEF.CHIX. TUItKEY SHUR-FRESH CELLOWRAP POUND CAKE 39c SHUILFRESH 3 PACK MAKE HORNS 29c ~d~UI.FRESH l~OZ, FAN TAN BREAD 25c KRAFT'S 32-0Z. " DRIP OR REGULAR LB. LB. SALAD DRESSING .,c...c.,v. TINS 2 TINS MAY 9-] 0-11 RIGHT TO LIMIT