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..~HURSDAY, MAY 16, 1935 TH~ I$$AQUA~ PRESS, |~Q~ ~|~G CO., WASHINGTON PAO~ T~E pnnmnu m un m mmm n n nn -' -" -' I John Strum Passed Away ImmEammnunumHmmmmmmunumm [ q m r' I i ' f A Z E A | N U T E I At FamiLy Home TuedaylTh-, I SAnnnaa THrATiI I , l P I I i t SCIENTIFACTS .... BY ARNOLD / After a iinge ness Mr Johnlu"J W ~ i I I I i I ............... "- .......... -- ' " 10 Cent --- Plus Tax ~ ~ ~==-- Strom passed awa a~ his no ( ' ) ~= 2S Ceuts I .......... [ , -ooI .... n i =!= n ~ n t,l ' I , i ~ -----i" ]East Mill street Tuesday night at W~kde , 7:30 m -FoR-sALE ....... N 'M UU-~!~ !!A~M!~;!: .... SING OUT--Talmadge Es- FILMS E OPED, PRINTED- + [] [ ['~_ ~ ~ ~a. i ~':/._ ~ | John Strum was born in Finland, [(Edna May Oliver- James Glouo'n) ~te. See A J Peters for bargain on 8 prints, 35c coins. Fast Service. Re- B I "~-% | ~'~(|~~nAI 7/J~ N IDecember 25, 1892 and came toI ........ " I ~ t I_ ~ ~ x ~mpm~ml ~1/ m~ ~ guns cornea an u Will like it mad east of White' Swan. Iprints 4c. Titon Service. P. O. Box ~. mm I -'1 \- ~ ~l /~ +i [America at the a~ ~.-~ -..1~ ~,,=~.. ,,,,,y,--.u..l y a yo . -X:C_ ~-~ ........ ;=11406, Tacoma, Washington. r~ -i ] t"---%~/ /,i came to Issaquah eight ears a o and DARTMOUTH DAYS - IRELAND "+~ ~AL~--P'am.y cows +us+ __~ r ~ " N~~+~+ ~+ :: y g I ........ Y 1"r g I C OMEDY fresh, p. Holma, Squak Creek Valley, AT STUD--Registered Bel~isn . ~- I ~,z~~. ~-- "~-\.~4~y //fl i |n.ougn+yneIr presen+ aurae. ~e m sur- | ..... I+ miles south of Issaquah stallion. Hans Jensen. Inquiries solici- ] ~ ~ LJ---~I~%+~+ // U |vxveu Dy tn.s w!dow, M. rs. Hannah [FRIDAY SATUR ........... ~~ [~o,~ I] I ~-- ~'~ i [~trom, and daughter, ~ms ~rances. V ' --,-~., ,,~. s.-so 'zOR SALE--Full blood Jerseyi .... - ~ h ~% ~~7~ ,~ ~:~ ~ | Funeral services will be held at the[ ,,t~ m,~,t~,o a,~ ~^,, ~_~ll, I0 months old Can be regis-] LEGAL PUBLICATIONS ~+~,Jl~"~Ip~i~Z~~ m ;Johnson & Son Mortuary, llth and| "-,rJ~ z~...J~,+~.tl,~l+ el .... a i x ~, ~ t:..~ ~as~ mauIson, oea~ue, ~a~urdayat / "~F0-ROR :,,-:--= +==---~I JOHN W. DOBSON ~ ' ~ 13 P.M. | CHARLIE CHASE COMEDY Andr:w ~p~::~-~:ry~, foc per IVl Suite 3-.4, Srende! ~ulSdlnl 6[.0~'S ~LL~I~ ~'~\\ ~~ ~ / ~ | ZION CANYON IN COLOR ......... ::., p,+u::~+'ffi. "--I .enton, ..sums--.- T.eme A me ~ome me~ i +++%~+++~+~"~. "~.~-~ | Miss Viva Ferrell, accompanied by|-- ...... +'OR SALE Light farm wagon f (.ELLS iN ONE. 0moP OP BLOOD I~,~ witt . , -- . ~ . [In the Superior Court of the State o_ me ?po? SLOOD - + -- - - [a friend, Roy Marsh, was over fromi SUNDAY, MONDAY, MAY 19-20 - attacnment to spread tars zer-lw+oh+~+... ~,, Kin~" County ~HAN THORF ~EODI.E IN~ ]~ ~,~+ +. /I xx IEII~'~+~" .... ~..--~--- ~ ..... ;~++ ,,+~hl tilizer ......... ~ ........ THE bRITISH ISLES ,- ...... m +..ua.v .u. ,~ v, ......... N+ ,, C. W. Peters. l Elaine Gertrude Marts, Plamtiff, __ ~ [s~es~~/.~/~__.~ ~ / lher mother, Mrs. Lona Ferrell at the GOLDDIGGERS OF 1935 ___ vs James M E Martin, Defendan~ ~) ~~-..~fl \~ D~ck Poweh G o _. V= ........... l " ~~e-~. / ~/ / |Pickering farm ~ ( " - i ria Stuart) WANIED INn. 280,856. o.. ....... ~. ?;~.~.+: [ ~.L / l ~ , , I E S .. WANTS- ....-C~-tob~oa~.} Summon;f ~aPshbJ~:~Oto the ," ~O~~" ~+~~e-r ~r,~r~. +.,~' // I Mr. and Mrs. Allan Thompson ofl N W -- SPORT ~eferences given and required. In-I The Sta~e o ...... in.g~efendant. ~ ~ ~:/~/// ,,,~q~r /\ |Toppenish spent the week-end withi u~vr~nav ..a T~,m,~av said James m ~ ~,-=~ , ~ ~,) th ' "'~-""~ ........... "~----- q~tre this office. You are hereby summoned to ap- e latter s mother, Mrs. Nora Par- ~===~- T ............... lpear within sixty (60) days after t the " J}LO~ ~/// ,x ~ A Itrott. * * * I MAY 22-23 O$ AND FOUND ]date of the first publication o " / ~ ~--- ~ I..~,~'+?~ ./ ~ | Miss Orvema .... J .... =~-../summons to-wit: within sixty (60) / /~-'-~' ~ ~ |/~-~\~ / -osition ..... ~larK+nasaccepted aI "lIVING ON VELVET" ~t~---t~etween t~aquan and tneldays after the 25th day of April, ./ / ..,~,~~, m mr., ^ I; . ..with. ~ne ~. w. Mutual Firel(Ka,. Francis - George Breat - War- I~W]~ n.~.h o ! ........... + ...... ] hob~ ~,.~ ~o e d the above entitled / ( ~(~-~ // / ] ~O~.RING .~ssoclauon in Seattle and started to . . 1~. Finder may leave at Dr Gibson's /action in the above entitled Court,t K ..... ~ / [ , ~ / H.~.bmOGf=N- Iwork Monday morning. / ren Wllhams) -~,iae" .... + "', . . ".. land answer the Complaint of the X,. ~ HVD~o6EN S * * * } RADIO STARS -- BROADWAY lice and iCCelVe lewaId our ~Plaintiff. and serve a copy pf .Y.~ A~L Tse~~ / ,::'~Z~, U+.+e, I Mr. and Mrs. F M. Ryerso, and BREVITY --- RAPP,S ORCHZSTRA RADIO SERVICE l~~int!ffaesU!:l~i:~elu~r~!3r ~:~ ~/o:;;v~+i~:.~-.u+- -J~ T:A2 A'P" , . . ~:ndG:hi:dr~y'eS:::r a~d~a~eYat~ld "lllllillllllllllllilillllJli +Two G o o d Numbers---P. O. Box]to do, judgment will be rendered '+" " ...... [called at the Dr. W. E. Gibson home{ ~O..22--Phone 223. Valley Ra~rm/against you according.to the demfi~ndd . "ISunday afternoon. I Here's More About ~'er~. ce, Fall City, Wn. Guaranteed[of. the compla!nt, whi.ch ~as~ n n CARD PARTY AT WHITE I ISSAQUAH GARDEN CLUB I , , , UPPER VALLEY PARTY ~ork on all Makes of Radio. Genuinelw~th" the ~IerK ot_sa.m ~ou i's to ob SWAN MONDAY EVENING1 HOLDS DELIGHTFUL TEA[ Mr. and Mrs. Pat Harrell spent[ -- Sbl~try replacement_,~+ ,parts'~,,',o Reason-].tainTnea divorceP'UrpseXzromm[Sae~mn-dan+~nv uv,=, ~ on -- ,[ __ lSaturday night and Sunday at the P [ (Continued from page I) ~ges, pro ...... e..l~, the grounds of cruel treatment and Remember the card party to be A very small crowd attended the[S. Gensler home. [--~ MISCELLANEOUS ........ [abandonment and to be. awarded the given by the Young People's Club ofldelightful tea given by the Issaquah[ Several mem~ * "* ...... ~Mr. and Mrs. S. Tall[an, Mr. and ...... care, custody andof thegUaraIanSmPartms here~Z ~no St.. Joseph's Parish.. at White Swan Garden Club ............ ,~ +ho w .~ T~.~..,,,~ lah Lod e FerN" oz ~uman l~eDeK- I Mrs. Ed~ Olson. Mr. and Mrs. V ~nlm NOTICE--Will the party takmg minor child ..... Po.o,oo,aA~ next Monday evening, May20. Bridge home Wednesday afternoon The/.. ge met rldayat the home of!Mr, tnd Mrs. Nels Nelson, Mr and and ior suppor~ muxt~, ,+,, ....... . . " mrs J +t-J. c "~ " " , ~ nomver ior a da of sew- ItOund Dog from Edwms Park at! ....e .... fees whist and pinochle will be played andlguests enjoyed the Jenks garden[ ....... Y IMps. J. Halvarson, Mr. and Mrs. A. ~ .... ~ - ] InK zor a neeay oca zami~y Pot luck ~eston please notify J. D. McFar-I John W Dobson, Attorney for luncheon served. The young folks in-.which is very lovely Mrs Mueller of/ .... " IHedberg, Mr and Mrs. J. Hanson, " mncneon was served a~ noon land, Preston Reward IPlalnhff." " " vlte" you. Ithe Dahlia Gardens of North Bend| . ,- ,- IMr. and. Mrs. J. Holmlund, Mr. and ~| Office and post office address--Suite ~ Iwas the speaker of the afternoon and] Mrs E. R. McLaughlin of SeattlelMrs" Erlckson, Mr. and Mrs. J. NeI- F 3 4, Brendel Build[g, Renton, WaSh DENTS CALL 1 o +son Ml RATERNAL ORDERS [ " ...... 25 5 23 FORMER RESI Ishe gave bu bs t each member pres-lwas a guest last week at the James~ , ". and Mrs. M. Hines, Mr. and .-----___ .... ington. ~'none ~~ ~- " " " M Hines Mr ~RTLE LODGE No 108, F & A --~ Dr and Mrs. Warren Gamble of ent. ~ |Miles home. Mrs. Remo Castagno en-I " , . and Mrs. O. Wicklund, M Meets first Saturday i; eaehlSuda. Grass Favorable Seattle and Mr and Mrs. George Big-| PAST MATRONS CLUB |tertained with a luncheon on Thurs-IAMdat:ndrM:: J. Bonnar, Mrs. A. rIends here s day in her honor , d Mrs J Tyree, Mr ~Onth Leonard Miles, W M, Thus I ~ ~- ~,~ . I-, low of Olympia called on f " The Pa t Matrons Club of Century|" " r rdn ~ount rarms "he ' .. - - - , land Mrs E Erickson, Miss Ida Udd, r. .. ,., " " "l PO g Y Friday afternoon enroute to ~ ir~Chapter win mee~ at the nome ox ......... i ....... "..+" ......... ~rylle, ~ecy. I - . ..... . .. I ....... ~ .. .. * rmann ol ~ea~le!Wllllam pad, Wilson rosse, Harold I .. homes after a zrlp ~o XaKlma xurs. Mrs. J,)nn ~usn ~r. on PrIaay, may z ""-- ~ ~ " + ...... ~ILMAN REBEKAH LODGE No. 59[ Sudan grasshas proven a sazls- Gamble and Mrs. Biglow will be re- 24th at a one o'clock luncheon, mrs. r. reuegana rearson, mr. and r~rs. M. rlanson, I. 00 F Meets first and third]factory hay crop on King County membered as the Misses Ruth and ~ Arcbie Adair Jr. and Tom Lee. ~ednesday of each mo~th, at I. O.[soils when planted June 1st to 15th. Edith Sylvester I Mrs T Cubbon, Miss Edith and -~- - - -- 0. F Hall; Anna Brooks, N. G., Ruby[This grass is a southern plant and ........ INelson Cubbon of Seattle were visit- "' ~ Lhldman, secretary. [will prove unsatisfactory if planted ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED +ors at the Leonard Miles home Sat- l~Ad.~,m,~..~...~.. ~0 ........ ,',v ,,,x,~_, ~^ ]before the soil is warm. It is a dry Mrs. Clara T. Bean entertainedflhelurday. ~~~]~l :?~ v~,~. ~.~ .... ~-f"lland crop we can plant at this late +.a~ n~ th~ school faculty ,~ ai o ...,,. .................. . a 81. M~ets second a#xd fourth MOrt- ..... . emod in this section ,, ,, m ~Ir of eaeh month, 8 p.m., Grmagelp "~evera," farmers in the Auburn- Cootie party. Friday eve m.ng. at rlIOTITOUIMO tlll Jllq 11 11 ~tll Ruben Paulsen Master' Mr~ [ ~ ........ the J. W. WIlfong home. At thls +[me r HWii =llllllnllllql + FM ~li I'~LIL a,." ' ' "IEnumclaw district nave grown znls ....... + ~+.._ Henrietta a'|||V|||e|s||l~t# -- wmm~pp~ mm '~etti,~ nl... ~o,+'~. I . . tne engagemen~ or. ~,,~ ~-Z.7 ...... ' "~ " Igrass for two or three years and nave Stevens to Mr. George Mac Dowell ~ f _ _ ~ILMAN ENCAMPMENT No. 43,l obtained from one to four tons oz of Seattle was announced ll~ .~. PER i l" l~a .... J---J_ ----'----YARD n i.alv~v ~ U~ILIIU /. O. O. F. Meets every second Thurs-lgood hay per acre. --~ --~lw I . _ Y_ ~Y at Issaquah and every fourth "U ~ I .~ I N place to havu a real . ' ER Earlnest Industry zn S. ~aursday at Redmond Visiting Pal MOTHER S DAY DIN rlse was -- ~i " , Tile first lndustriul enterp " Crochetting and _. ,. . archs welcome Henry Johnson, Mrs C S Beers entertained Sun o tle factor erected tn the s ono - ~.P.; E. J. Lind[an, Scribe. Iday with" a'dinner in honor of her ~lrggl~:lSa ~tlony soon Yafter 1607. The Embro,derng D bme goodmusic - P~ ~ mother, Mrs. Jennie Usher, and Mr. works were about one mile from ......... ll . tl NTURY CHAPTER Ne. 66. O. E. I , - ......... lass house li,, Ill 1 n..,a., an excellent rloor - Beer s mother, Mrs. ~eers o~ ~ea~te. Jamestown. 'xne secon~ g nn~L- s m Rmummumm S. Meets second and fourth Wed- . .............................. 2 for the manufa~ ffllO, U. J. ndPU|UI/II _l_l" * O 1 | llesda,, in Masonil Hall Ada Davies ~aa3or and mrs. winlam ~aulrneau o~ was ~r~u ~-_~,,_- . ......... h " aellClOU$ oanawlcn- W ~ " 'Portland were also guests mre O[ glass eeads [or [raum& w,~ Dnre~tly East of Pisydd "" ---- .w~., Minnie Schomber, secretary. " the Indhlns. " ~ILMAN LODGE No. 69, I. O. O. F. Geets every Friday evening. M. , N. G., L. H. Smart, Secy. Four Round Trips Daily FIVE ON SUNDAYS RAINBOW ASSEMBLY Issaquah Assembly of Rainbow will hold initiation at their regular meet- ing Monday night, May 20th. All Eastern Stars and Masons are invited to be present. A marriage license was issued in LAMB STEW .................... r5 10c PORK STEAK .................... Ib 20c PORK ROAST .................. ~ 20c CORNED BEEF .................. ~ 12c LITTLE PIG SAUSAGE .... 20c LARD .............................. 2 VEAL STEW ...................... I"6 10c HAMS, Star or Puritan, half or whole ............................. ,Ib 25