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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSA~UAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY MAY 16 195~|] I ~ .... I. ,, . I i, ' ' ' ,i .......................... HERES MORE ABOUT ENTERTAINS ODAO CLUB I ,00 DOGS VACCINATED ! , | UPPER SQUAK OAQCOA// OAUC [ HIGH POINT Mrs William Boyes entertained the In answer to the call to have all! / I / ~ .................... IIJi~l-I~Ml--1-- Ui~l|ll- ........................... ;members of the Odao Club at a bridge dogs in the community inocmateq | ~, o~h,,.~ .~ ~ The I. V L Club was entertained .... .... I Mr. and Mrs. E. Lovegren spent luncheon Thursday Mrs D R Hil-/for rabies, about 100 dogs were vat-'| f ~~-~[~f-{'~-'~*~-~ 1 by Mrs. George Snyder, Thursday. (uontmuea Ii'om page 1) ISunday visiting their daughter, Enidilery won the first'prize, the consola- cinated at the City.Hall Wednesds1| ......................... ~ Delicious refreshments were served ......... [and Mildred Lovegren, in Seattle ition going to Mrs J. D Walker Mrs. lby the county health department. | lOWing score snows [o wnat extent .... j Mr. and Mrs. McGmre spent Sun- . . . Neves of Kanaskat was an additional .......... COMMUNITY CHURCH ........ the boys fattened tip their batting Mr. and Mrs. Art Ahnqumt of . If------ ~'~1 S E Anderson, Pastor any: uomers l)ay, ner e: . . ~ averages: IEnumclaw and Mr. and Mrs. BenguesL [I PURE RAW MILK/! lvlrs uammon spentlvlonaay inDe- . . ,., " , Toh ab r h po a e Sundqu~st of Seattle visited with Mr. __ [[ - A~T~ gnl~A~ ]| attic on business ......... l ....... .... ! IN APPRECIATION [i --~lJ~, ~x~,~ i| ~orup, c~ o t U v v anu lurs. ~1 ~unoqmst here~un(lay. "The Wonders of Faith" is the Mary Hayward has gone to Seattle ..... 5 ..... I The 0. D. Berglunds of Hoquiam[i Phone F244 ll ffilller, ss u 1 z v v MI Mls rth " to work for her old em-loyer, Mrs ] and Ed Olson of No demre to thank the eo le of H~ h MORNING DELIVERIES sermon for 11:00. Special singing, P "" ........ ~ 5 1 3 .... " " P P g I I ] l1 ...... Wahlstrom ...._~., o, " ~ ~ ]Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew ErickPoint for the fit the received on ziowers and welcome zor you. ~unaay a ....H, 5 1 1 q 1 1~ - g y J[ Issaauah Vallev Dairy iI .................. Mrs Johnston s~ent Saturdayin -~-,-~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ^ son, Mr. and Mrs. Erick Erickson, leaving there A rfl 20 ~ ~cnool at iu:ou; ~. r~. a~ ~:u, wt~u ~ o I ........ .T o 1 ......... P I~,-- | ,, ........ ' .... Mr and Mrs O Wlcklun Issa uan Rev. 7 as B~ble Study. The Simple Seattle. Brickner If 5 0 0 ; ; 01 " . d of q ~ | ....................... ~ "co"~ transacted businessin' visited with Mrs M Erickson Sunday ~lUElllli~llll~nll~l~~$~~l ~ospel wm ve tom a~ o:uu, w~n m~s *'*'" ~" "" Riley, 2b 3 2 0 2 1 2 " " " of singing, to make an old-fashioned Sunday evening meeting. Say "Our Church" instead of "Their Church" and see what a differ- ence it makes. Say "We" and not "They" when talking about Chris- tian people and you'll be surprised at the warm thrill it gives you. A church should BE a church, not just another society or club. Our church is chartered by the Bible, de- scribed by it, and is devoted to a study of it. The church is God's or- dained "Holding Company" on earth. Are you learning about it from its enemies or from its friends? Everyone is cordially invited here always BETHEL YOUNG PEOPLE Bethel Young People's service con- tinue every Sunday night at 6:45. Next Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Kent will have charge. Come and enjoy the service with us. Everyone welcome. ST.JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. Father Carey, Pastor Services the first e.nd third Sun- days at 8:30 a. m. Second, fourth and fifth Sundays at 10:00 a. m. Catechism every Saturday after- noon at 1:30 for the children. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Third St. So., Kirkland Washington R. Janssen, Pastor Sunday School at 9:30 A. M. Services at 11 A. M. BETHEL MISSION Lois Hines, Pastor. Sunday School at 9:45. Preach- ing service at 11:00 a. m. and 7:45. Young People's meeting at 6:45. Midweek service Wednesday night at 7:45. Choir practice Tu~day night at the Arndt home at 7:45. Friday night devotional service held at Mr. and Mzs. John Bonnar's at 7:45. FRATERNAL CONGRESS MEETS NEXT MONDAY The sixth annual convention of the Washington State Fraternal Congress will convene in business session at 10 A. M. next Monday, May 20, in the A. O. U. W. Building, 1409 9th Avenue, Seattle. Delegates representing the fratern- al benefit societies doing business in Washington will be in attendance coming from all parts of the state. Save on your daily purchases by reading Press advertisements. Reed's Ice Delivery QUALITY ICE DALLY SERVICE Phone 53F14 - ISSAQUAH Garments that have lost their youthful color and freshness can be renewed here. Cleaning and pressing will restore the lines of shapeliness. If colors are faded, we retint or dye to any shade preferred. With torn places mended and buttons replaced, your old gar- ments will come home looking like new. It pays to use our service your clothes will last longer and look better. Seattle Monday ~" " ~ n f ~ummons, c 2 2 1 5 0 0 Miss Ruth Hedberg spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. N~ble and ehfld'e o ..... . wuuams, p 2 O 1 0 0 0 visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Seattle, Mrs. Miller and children of ~. . Kennydale, E. A, Snyder and son ofiDaws' p 2 0 1 2 5 1 Hedberg, here. Aberdeen, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. KellyI ...... Mr. and Mrs. A. Swanson and chil- of Puyallup, Mrs. C. Rankin and chil- 39 8 11 24 9 6 dren and Mrs. A. Mulmstrom of Se- dren of Puyallup spent Sunday with lIssaquah 7b r h po a e attle spent Sunday with Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder. ~Reini' 3b~ . 3 3 2 1 0 Swanson here. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson spent Sun- ,.vans, rz, In 1 3 0 3 0 2 Mr. and Mrs. H. Halverson and son day in Arlington loss, lb 4 2 1 3 0 0 Harold spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hanson of Sioux Falls re-ware, ss 7 3 3 1 2 1 Mrs. John Halverson here. turned with Mrs. C. Kelly for a visit. Morgan, c 3 4 2 8 1 1 Mr and Mrs. Carl Cedarholm and Alberta Hansen is spending a few Thomas, lb 7 2 3 4 0 0 daughters of Issaquah spent Sunday days in Seattle. Hireho, rf 6 4 3 1 1 0 visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. Tallman. Mrs. Zellar and family spent Sat-IWalen, If 6 2 3 2 1 I The High Point Young Peoples' urday in Seattle. IMonte, 2b 3 1 2 1 1 1 held their Mother's Day program IMack, 2b 3 0 1 2 2 0 here. Dr. Jepson and Miss Dickson ~uppressln| Emotions Lmdsay, p 6 3 3 0 3 I were the speakers. All testa of emotions indicate zha~ more women than men suppress their 53 27 24 27 12 7 emotions, although, as in all traits, There were several extra base hits you find some women who are bubbling during the game, Harper getting two over with expressiveness, especially doubles, Ward a double and triple, sorrowful emotions, declares a writer Koss a triple and Lindsay a four- bag- In the Detroit News. Some women are only happy when they are letting off ger;ext Sunday the team will play at steam about their own troubles. Some men, too. Curiously enough actresses--tKent and should win. On the 26th the one profession in which women !they play at home with the fast Rich- have equaled and probably surpassed mend team in ~u meeting of two un- men--while expressing a thousand emo- [defeated teams. Save that date--it tlons of others are tlmmselves usually|will be a hard game. rather introverted. The Evangelical Free Church of [Seattle will conduct the meeting here next Sunday. Everyone welcome. & Cleaners PHONE $ .... RENTON i i A 3-ACT COMEDY To Be Presented By The JUNIOR CLASS 'c a F, Ma 18 In The I. H. S. Auditorium Ths play was postponed from May 10. Tickets purchased for that date are good on the 1Sth. llnlllllll S. . o r r FOUR OF DEGREE TEAM ~omacn ~urre e IN HARNESS MANY YEARS ~ ~/~ , Finds Prompt Relief --- ~-~,~ ~ . Here s your chance to salve real money on soaps and Reminiscent of an earlier day, four ~ ~- _~ /[ /~1~ cleansers and stock up with everything you will need Formerly On Liquid Diet, members of a degree team conferring x--'t ~-.4.~.~ ~ to make your home shine with new cleanliness. Prices Salesman is Now Able an initiation on two candidates of the ,J~ -~ ~(~~~'~4x~f-/~~-~" for three big days! To Eat Anything Odd' Fellows lodge Friday night, ........ started doing the same work thirty ~ ":x-~~ ......................... 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