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Issaquah, Washington
May 9, 1963     The Issaquah Press
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LID GOES ON - - Work of puffing a metal roof over the old East Side city reservoir, was nearing completion this week. New pumps have been purchased for this station of the city water department. About $240,000 will have been spent by the city for mains, reser- voirs and other water department installations when contracts now let are completed Issaquah Press Photo IL=LAY CAST - Issaquah students to appear in Theatre East Production of 'Mr. Roberts' include from left, Jack Ardussi, who took part in the high school production of 'Our Town': Director Ed Siemens, a teacher at Issaquah High School and John Hardaker, who had appeared in 'Seventeen is Terrific' and 'Our Town.' Seated is acting novice Bill Long and next to him is Rik Holley, who had the lead role in 'Our Town.' The first production of 'Mr. Roberts' will be May 30, at the Creative Arts Center in Kirkland. CONGRATULATIONS - - Bob Alexander, right, Issaquah, is one of four University of Washington freshmen Alcoa scholarship holders who were honored by Alcoa Foundation officials, left, fat a dinner recently at the University. Alexander is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Alexander, Issaquah. ISSAQUAH P R F,8,q. Issaquah, Thursday, May 9, Mohers This Frida' A fashion show school els and music bythe girls nonette will of the mother's tea to 3 p.m. Friday ~i school cafetorium. The decoration a Japanese to the increased ment the affair is for mothers of juniors and seniorS. SWEDISH MEAT BALL DINNER UPPER PRESTON SUNDAY MAY 19, 1963 1P. M. to 6 P. M. ADULTS $1.50 CHILDREN UNDER 12 75c LAKE SAMAMMISH -. The rolling country adjoining the Sammamish Valley seems to flatten out in this view of the Lake from the top of Squak Mountain. A part of Lake Washington near Bellevue can be seen at far left. THE PERFECT GIFT FOR IT'S A PLANE - - Kim Cow an indicates to Carl Gallegher a part of the Transportation exhibit their first qrade had on display in the hall showcase at Clark School this week. The children are from the class taught by Mrs. Ruth Colingham. Issaquah Press Photo DOWNTOWN ISSAQUAH HEINTZE Center at EASTGATE GENERAL CONTRACTORS P. O. BOX 348 BELLEVUE . GL 4.5077 - 12880 N. E. BELLEVUE - REDMOND ROAD 11812 - 108 N. E. QUALITY DRYWALL Rt. I, Box 4243 - Issaquah EXbrook 2-5S I 0 STANLEY ROOFING 00. JERRY McAULIFFE LANDSCAI)IN6 Specializing in Native Plantings VA 2-8761 HI-LINE PLUMBING & HEATING, INC. 1044 - I 16fh N.E. Bellevue GL TU 5-4192 OLYMPIC MASONRY, INC. 16139 - Cleveland Avenue ,,11 S i|i|m|I ~|/ SUNSET GLASS CO. 4001 - 148 S. E. SH 6-0500 11660 N. E. 8th Bellevue GL WALT'S FLOOR COVERING 10323 Main Street Bellevue R.C. OSTREM CUSTOM PAINTING GL4-4133 VA 2-1811 EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVES FOR TI RETAIL SPACE IN THE HEINTZE BLDG. NOW AVAILABLE SH 6.1661. Next Door to Easlgale Branch Sealtle First National Bank