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PAG TWO THE ISSAQUAH PRESS -----OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF ISSAQUAH-- Published every Thursday at ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON !,ube,i p ion Rates : Ohe Y(ar, in adva,ce ................................................ $1.50 Six Months, _ ..................................................... 1.00 Three Months, . .......................................................... 75 Entered as second-class matter on October 27, 1916, at the post- 1 office at Issaquah, King County, Washington, under the Act of 1 March 3, 1879. M. A- BOYDEN ........................................... Editor-Publisher The Kind of Letters We Like to Read-- Issaquah, May 25, 1931. Dear Editor Tile Press: Your invitation to the readers of The Issaquah Press to write their opinions prompts me to record by first impressions of the town. Issaquah is a friendly place. We have found more cordial and hospit- able people here o in six weeks than we found in Chicago in two years. Folks here are tolerant. We love that attitude in anybody. Tom, Dick and Itarry may disagree but they always ready to listen to the other fellow's opinions. Then we like the cheerful disposi- tion that most people here seem to have. While other towns are gloomy, everybody crying over hard times and all that, Issaquah keeps whistling and hustling. No one seems to com- plain in spite of the depression, may- be because it wouldn't do any good. We're glad we're here; we want to bring up our children here; and we want to do our part to make this town ideal in every way. Sincerely, S. E. ANDERSON. JOHN MAHANNA , John Mahanna, a pioneer of Sno-; quahnie Valley, died in Seattle Mon- day, May 25, aged 70 years, 11 months and 4 days. He was born in New York June 21, 1860. tte came from that state direct to this -alley, 35 years ago, laboring for Moore Bros. and R. W. Vickery on their farms near Fall City. Known rela- tives are t.hree nieces in California and one in New York. tte leaves a host of friends in this vicinity. Funeral services will be held in Fall City M.E. church tomorrow, Friday, at 2 p.m., interment in Fall City cemetery. F. A. Fisher funeral director. St. Joseph's Catholic Church Rev. Father Carey, Pastor THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, |SSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON WORLD WAR . . YARNS LIEUT. FRANKE. HAGAN The Corpse That Came Back Battery i) of the One ttundred and Twenty-fourth artillery, Thirty-t'bird division, was moving up toward the front by train from Besancon. Dur- Ing the night journey a horse became frightened, broke its halter ropo and proceeded to make things lively in that car for all concerned. Private MeAItister tried to catch the horse. whereupon the wild-eyl antrum planted its heel in Private MeAllis- ter's ehe.t, gave a mighty push and Private 3lcAllister went sailing out through the side door into tile night. It was some time before the acci- dent was reported to the nmjor who stopped the train and sent teierams back, directing searching parties to look for the corpse and give it proper burial. Eighteen hours later Battery II passed that way and saw the body still lying along the track, whereat there was much indignation at the negligence of the French who would allow the body of an ally to lie un- cured for. But that night a bedraggled soldier appeared in Battery D's camp, stag- gered up t,; Lieutenant Plantz and saluted. "Sir. my name's MeAllister," lie said, "l have the first sergeant's permission to say that I didn't go A. W. O. I,. A blr)ody horse kicked me out of the (ar. I kinds got hurt and stayed in the ditch all night, but I flag:ed a era, q) train this morning and came in. And, and, lieutenant, (and here the speaker's tone was abjectly Services the first Sunday of each l apol\\;)g eric) I'm sorry about it but I month at 8:30 a.m. All other Sun-couldn't help it. I sure tried to take days at 10:00 a.m. Catechism every care of it. but I didn't know the home Saturday afternoon at 1:30 f,r the was going to boot me. I'll sure pay you for it, lieutenant. .... Pay me for children. what?" asked the puzzled officer. "Why, you see, when that bloody horse kicked me out the door and I landed In the ditch I broke the globe on your flashlight." replied Private McAIlister: (, 1930. Western Newsltper Union.) Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Neukirchen of Seattle called on old friends here Friday. Language of Italy The laziguage of Tuseally, more par- tleularly of Florence, is the classical language of Italy. It was established as such by grammarians, wh,) chose It chiefly bee.rose the "'Tlaree Crowns" --D'mte, Petrarch and tloecaceio-- used it. dlilillHliHiilllllHlllim- = - == i GRANG[ "[flCAI00TILI: j Phone 552 Association eDeliver |III|||IIH|III|II!IIIII'|IH|II!!IIIIII|IIII|III|||IIII||IHIIlIIIII|HIII!HI||II|II||I|HI|III|II||I||||IlI|II||IIII||I||||l|||| i _ __ il Specials for WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY May 27 28 2 9 iiiii.i"|"|I|IIII|"|lim"i|i."IIIIII-"IIIIII"|III|I|"I|II|||||I-uI|||I'|IIIII|III|"IIIuIIlII|I|IIIIII|II|II|II|IIIII|I"IIIII|IIIII||| Landscaping Not A Difficult Art Simple principles guide in plantings around home for beautification. Landscaping plays one of the most important rolls in home and yard beautification. Although com- monly thought of as an involved and intricate art. it is based on compar- atively simple principles which can be mastered by anyone possessing a little patience and an enthusiasm for their task. t The focal object of the landscape t picture is the house and the central t feature of the home grounds is the l lawn which should be maintained as II a dense turf of a suitable grass mix-I tare. The lawn should always be l kept open directly in front of the' house and should not be broken by: plants or beds. Group plantings should be used to soften the bound- aries. The trees, plants and occasional flowers which are used in the devel-' opment of the home grounds all have their definite purposes, the first of which is to hide the unsightly foun- dation. In hiding the foundation, the house is tied to its location and the straight lines and right angles of the house are softened. The plant-| I ings should be highest at the corners I and lower in front of the windows, i Medium shrubs should be placed in l front of tall shrubs, and low shrubs or flowers in front of medium shrubs. Border plants should be informal l in effect with curved boundary lines to soften the straight lines of the yard, fences ,drives, lawn, etc. Undesirable views from the high- way or unsightly buildings may be hidden by screen plantings. Final touches are added by having trees to form an appropriate back ground, framing pretty views of the house from the highway or other points, and placing a specimen tree for the sake of its own beauty or rarity. Lists of trees, shrubs, and flowers Route of the New North Coast Limited THURSDAY, MAY ,," xcurslo Fares East May 22 to eel 15 Round Trip from Seattle . To Yellowstone (June 1-Sept. 13) $40.20 S;nt Paul-Minneapolis . . . 75.60 Chigo ......... 90.30 Dulu-Superior ...... 75.60 New York ........ 151.70 /ashington ........ 145.86 SC Louis ......... 85.50 @ Kansas City ........ 81.55 Omaha ......... 75.50 Denver .......... 72.45 Finsl Return Limit Oct. 31 Special Rates to Other Points Ask About Them C. L. Townsend, Anfstant General Passenge Agent K: gatz, Traveling Passenger Agent Seattle, Wash. Travel by Train A Full Line of Fresh Vegetables at Reasonable Prices Fresh Milk and Cream ii James Watkins, leader. Report on life of Robert Browne, Congregation. 'l alist. Booster band meets at 7"15 I D.W. HUME Mrs. Lockmiller, leader. " ' Barber Sho "Second Coming of ChristWhen, I P How and Why?" sermon theme at I 8:00. Orchestra and congregational'  Cleanliness, Civility singing featured. Good Workmanship Bible study Thursday nights. We use the Bible, the whole Bible, and SHOWER nothing but the Bible. Free and Sale Starts Friday Morning Eaves' Style Shop J - Pabst Ma!to=00 - Uneeda Crackers - Raw Milk &Cream-- L'mit two to u 41  2-Pound Caddies  I ISSAQUAH VALLEY DAIRY I SPECIAL, PER CAN ........................... q0 == SPECIAL ............................................ ZO ] Pho., Fz,, 11 HILES BARBER ' i I Beginning May 1, 1931-- " l Wheat Flakes , i Mil" lr qnart ............................ 9. ----o--- White King " " [Efficient Tonsorial - i Memorial Day sev,ees n e= Sun- i  , day at 11:00. Come and pay your I Shoret M., ,___ L?? 8899 1 for all Carnation Brand. No Premium illt - Larg. Size" qOtl " lot 3899 II, MeLIren & Shu t SPECIAL, EACH .................................... ZZC -== VERY SPECIAL .................................... VOIF tribute to your loved ones who have' 0". leLa, & Shur*tt t , Me h.r M oI Ye b" These Stones?" " r.orney at ,, o,, ,,_ . 2 I  IIl ...... , ,,,.,.., passed on. Sermon on What Mean ! --rorley at L.w tt Milk " i Butter .......... ' ' unaay scnooz ac u :uu, classes xor } Sea,_ ... . -'" I I all ages. Christian Endeavor at 7:15, L , Wasllington ! I On Fr-* o, "T^--,. 3 :.. ....................... 22000P00. POUND ......................................... C  "'----------- Mayonnaise i Corn Beef Spec,al Bargains In "" Summer Coa EACH. PER PINT ..................... i .............. IL  SPECIAL ...................... : ........................ ZOO ts and Dresses Cookies ...... ! Salmon These Coats are equaID smart "" " - Fresh and Tast dl P =-- - rroci m Gay Prints PER POUN D ............................. , .......... la0 ---- 2 ,., ................................ 32o o, Polo Cloth, Tweed, Broadcloth and or Chongoleen New Sporty Shantungs -- Chiff 00omato Puree - Sp "'9 Whit -=- Cheese - _ In all new colors ozu, Polka Do., Tub Silks  White, Black, Navy or Mixtures =-_ c_o 190 ' 490 ecially $8 "" eorColors . . . ---= PER POUND ......................................... - CANS FOR ...................................... --- priced at . . . , "" $5o00 Bread Coffee _-=- ALL SUMMER HATS REDUCED -- Saturday Only. 1 ,!i lb Loaves. White  p Chase & Sanborn s. It s Dated . 2 7' Whole Wheat. 2 LOAVES FOR ........ I 36 " SPECIAL, PER POUND ...................... Shp-On Sweaters i" Voile Dresses . Plain or Fan:y Weave ! . New Baxley Models Shorten!ng Jams and Jeiiys m L;7.;:h:rt :e?2tyle ! m Long or Short Styles Swift s Jewell A 1-Quart Size .---  POUNDS FOR ............................ IZ -- sPECIA, ........................ ; ..................... 4 0 . o ...a /. $1.95 . $2.95 IlIIlII|I|I|lH|IlIi|l|Il|II|Illii|iH|ll||'|||||I|IIIlll|||li|lllll|lIll|||||||||||l|I"|il||iiI|l|||IIIlI|ll|||l|l||ll|||l|H|||||iH|lllIH|! Sunset Highway, IssaqUl COMMUNITY CHURCH BEAUTY PARLOR All lines of work Evening appointments if desired MARION GUNDERSON Marinello Operator i1 DR. J. C. THOMPSON i I Dentist Reduced Prices  Quality Work I Open Daily 9:30 to 5:30 Phone 402 Issaquah, Wash.. adapted to your locality and further]frank discussion open to all. S. E. ANDERSON, Pastor. Local Church News t O Front St., lssaquah PAUL'S BARBER ---o--- Special attention to . Ladies' and Childre haircutting Pitch's ShampoO For Dandruff ----O---- details on landscape gardening may be secured by getting in touch with your county agent or writing to the Extension Service, Pullman, Wash. BATH S PAG TWO THE ISSAQUAH PRESS -----OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF ISSAQUAH-- Published every Thursday at ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON !,ube,i p ion Rates : Ohe Y(ar, in adva,ce ................................................ $1.50 Six Months, _ ..................................................... 1.00 Three Months, . .......................................................... 75 Entered as second-class matter on October 27, 1916, at the post- 1 office at Issaquah, King County, Washington, under the Act of 1 March 3, 1879. M. A- BOYDEN ........................................... Editor-Publisher The Kind of Letters We Like to Read-- Issaquah, May 25, 1931. Dear Editor Tile Press: Your invitation to the readers of The Issaquah Press to write their opinions prompts me to record by first impressions of the town. Issaquah is a friendly place. We have found more cordial and hospit- able people here o in six weeks than we found in Chicago in two years. Folks here are tolerant. We love that attitude in anybody. Tom, Dick and Itarry may disagree but they always ready to listen to the other fellow's opinions. Then we like the cheerful disposi- tion that most people here seem to have. While other towns are gloomy, everybody crying over hard times and all that, Issaquah keeps whistling and hustling. No one seems to com- plain in spite of the depression, may- be because it wouldn't do any good. We're glad we're here; we want to bring up our children here; and we want to do our part to make this town ideal in every way. Sincerely, S. E. ANDERSON. JOHN MAHANNA , John Mahanna, a pioneer of Sno-; quahnie Valley, died in Seattle Mon- day, May 25, aged 70 years, 11 months and 4 days. He was born in New York June 21, 1860. tte came from that state direct to this -alley, 35 years ago, laboring for Moore Bros. and R. W. Vickery on their farms near Fall City. Known rela- tives are t.hree nieces in California and one in New York. tte leaves a host of friends in this vicinity. Funeral services will be held in Fall City M.E. church tomorrow, Friday, at 2 p.m., interment in Fall City cemetery. F. A. Fisher funeral director. St. Joseph's Catholic Church Rev. Father Carey, Pastor THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, |SSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON WORLD WAR . . YARNS LIEUT. FRANKE. HAGAN The Corpse That Came Back Battery i) of the One ttundred and Twenty-fourth artillery, Thirty-t'bird division, was moving up toward the front by train from Besancon. Dur- Ing the night journey a horse became frightened, broke its halter ropo and proceeded to make things lively in that car for all concerned. Private MeAItister tried to catch the horse. whereupon the wild-eyl antrum planted its heel in Private MeAllis- ter's ehe.t, gave a mighty push and Private 3lcAllister went sailing out through the side door into tile night. It was some time before the acci- dent was reported to the nmjor who stopped the train and sent teierams back, directing searching parties to look for the corpse and give it proper burial. Eighteen hours later Battery II passed that way and saw the body still lying along the track, whereat there was much indignation at the negligence of the French who would allow the body of an ally to lie un- cured for. But that night a bedraggled soldier appeared in Battery D's camp, stag- gered up t,; Lieutenant Plantz and saluted. "Sir. my name's MeAllister," lie said, "l have the first sergeant's permission to say that I didn't go A. W. O. I,. A blr)ody horse kicked me out of the (ar. I kinds got hurt and stayed in the ditch all night, but I flag:ed a era, q) train this morning and came in. And, and, lieutenant, (and here the speaker's tone was abjectly Services the first Sunday of each l apol\\;)g eric) I'm sorry about it but I month at 8:30 a.m. All other Sun-couldn't help it. I sure tried to take days at 10:00 a.m. Catechism every care of it. but I didn't know the home Saturday afternoon at 1:30 f,r the was going to boot me. I'll sure pay you for it, lieutenant. .... Pay me for children. what?" asked the puzzled officer. "Why, you see, when that bloody horse kicked me out the door and I landed In the ditch I broke the globe on your flashlight." replied Private McAIlister: (, 1930. Western Newsltper Union.) Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Neukirchen of Seattle called on old friends here Friday. Language of Italy The laziguage of Tuseally, more par- tleularly of Florence, is the classical language of Italy. It was established as such by grammarians, wh,) chose It chiefly bee.rose the "'Tlaree Crowns" --D'mte, Petrarch and tloecaceio-- used it. dlilillHliHiilllllHlllim- = - == i GRANG[ "[flCAI00TILI: j Phone 552 Association eDeliver |III|||IIH|III|II!IIIII'|IH|II!!IIIIII|IIII|III|||IIII||IHIIlIIIII|HIII!HI||II|II||I|HI|III|II||I||||IlI|II||IIII||I||||l|||| i _ __ il Specials for WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY May 27 28 2 9 iiiii.i"|"|I|IIII|"|lim"i|i."IIIIII-"IIIIII"|III|I|"I|II|||||I-uI|||I'|IIIII|III|"IIIuIIlII|I|IIIIII|II|II|II|IIIII|I"IIIII|IIIII||| Landscaping Not A Difficult Art Simple principles guide in plantings around home for beautification. Landscaping plays one of the most important rolls in home and yard beautification. Although com- monly thought of as an involved and intricate art. it is based on compar- atively simple principles which can be mastered by anyone possessing a little patience and an enthusiasm for their task. t The focal object of the landscape t picture is the house and the central t feature of the home grounds is the l lawn which should be maintained as II a dense turf of a suitable grass mix-I tare. The lawn should always be l kept open directly in front of the' house and should not be broken by: plants or beds. Group plantings should be used to soften the bound- aries. The trees, plants and occasional flowers which are used in the devel-' opment of the home grounds all have their definite purposes, the first of which is to hide the unsightly foun- dation. In hiding the foundation, the house is tied to its location and the straight lines and right angles of the house are softened. The plant-| I ings should be highest at the corners I and lower in front of the windows, i Medium shrubs should be placed in l front of tall shrubs, and low shrubs or flowers in front of medium shrubs. Border plants should be informal l in effect with curved boundary lines to soften the straight lines of the yard, fences ,drives, lawn, etc. Undesirable views from the high- way or unsightly buildings may be hidden by screen plantings. Final touches are added by having trees to form an appropriate back ground, framing pretty views of the house from the highway or other points, and placing a specimen tree for the sake of its own beauty or rarity. Lists of trees, shrubs, and flowers Route of the New North Coast Limited THURSDAY, MAY ,," xcurslo Fares East May 22 to eel 15 Round Trip from Seattle . To Yellowstone (June 1-Sept. 13) $40.20 S;nt Paul-Minneapolis . . . 75.60 Chigo ......... 90.30 Dulu-Superior ...... 75.60 New York ........ 151.70 /ashington ........ 145.86 SC Louis ......... 85.50 @ Kansas City ........ 81.55 Omaha ......... 75.50 Denver .......... 72.45 Finsl Return Limit Oct. 31 Special Rates to Other Points Ask About Them C. L. Townsend, Anfstant General Passenge Agent K: gatz, Traveling Passenger Agent Seattle, Wash. Travel by Train A Full Line of Fresh Vegetables at Reasonable Prices Fresh Milk and Cream ii James Watkins, leader. Report on life of Robert Browne, Congregation. 'l alist. Booster band meets at 7"15 I D.W. HUME Mrs. Lockmiller, leader. " ' Barber Sho "Second Coming of ChristWhen, I P How and Why?" sermon theme at I 8:00. Orchestra and congregational'  Cleanliness, Civility singing featured. Good Workmanship Bible study Thursday nights. We use the Bible, the whole Bible, and SHOWER nothing but the Bible. Free and Sale Starts Friday Morning Eaves' Styh Shop J - Pabst Ma!to=00 - Uneeda Crackers - Raw Milk &Cream-- L'mit two to u 41  2-Pound Caddies  I ISSAQUAH VALLEY DAIRY I SPECIAL, PER CAN ........................... q0 == SPECIAL ............................................ ZO ] Pho., Fz,, 11 HILES BARBER ' i I Beginning May 1, 1931-- " l Wheat Flakes , i Mil" lr qnart ............................ 9. ----o--- White King " " [Efficient Tonsorial - i Memorial Day sev,ees n e= Sun- i  , day at 11:00. Come and pay your I Shoret M., ,___ L?? 8899 1 for all Carnation Brand. No Premium illt - Larg. Size" qOtl " lot 3899 II, MeLIren & Shu t SPECIAL, EACH .................................... ZZC -== VERY SPECIAL .................................... VOIF tribute to your loved ones who have' 0". leLa, & Shur*tt t , Me h.r M oI Ye b" These Stones?" " r.orney at ,, o,, ,,_ . 2 I  IIl ...... , ,,,.,.., passed on. Sermon on What Mean ! --rorley at L.w tt Milk " i Butter .......... ' ' unaay scnooz ac u :uu, classes xor } Sea,_ ... . -'" I I all ages. Christian Endeavor at 7:15, L , Wasllington ! I On Fr-* o, "T^--,. 3 :.. ....................... 22000P00. POUND ......................................... C  "'----------- Mayonnaise i Corn Beef Spec,al Bargains In "" Summer Coa EACH. PER PINT ..................... i .............. IL  SPECIAL ...................... : ........................ ZOO ts and Dresses Cookies ...... ! Salmon These Coats are equaID smart "" " - Fresh and Tast dl P =-- - rroci m Gay Prints PER POUN D ............................. , .......... la0 ---- 2 ,., ................................ 32o o, Polo Cloth, Tweed, Broadcloth and or Chongoleen New Sporty Shantungs -- Chiff 00omato Puree - Sp "'9 Whit -=- Cheese - _ In all new colors ozu, Polka Do., Tub Silks  White, Black, Navy or Mixtures =-_ c_o 190 ' 490 ecially $8 "" eorColors . . . ---= PER POUND ......................................... - CANS FOR ...................................... --- priced at . . . , "" $5o00 Bread Coffee _-=- ALL SUMMER HATS REDUCED -- Saturday Only. 1 ,!i lb Loaves. White  p Chase & Sanborn s. It s Dated . 2 7' Whole Wheat. 2 LOAVES FOR ........ I 36 " SPECIAL, PER POUND ...................... Shp-On Sweaters i" Voile Dresses . Plain or Fan:y Weave ! . New Baxley Models Shorten!ng Jams and Jeiiys m L;7.;:h:rt :e?2tyle ! m Long or Short Styles Swift s Jewell A 1-Quart Size .---  POUNDS FOR ............................ IZ -- sPECIA, ........................ ; ..................... 4 0 . o ...a /. $1.95 . $2.95 IlIIlII|I|I|lH|IlIi|l|Il|II|Illii|iH|ll||'|||||I|IIIlll|||li|lllll|lIll|||||||||||l|I"|il||iiI|l|||IIIlI|ll|||l|l||ll|||l|H|||||iH|lllIH|! Sunset Highway, IssaqUl COMMUNITY CHURCH BEAUTY PARLOR All lines of work Evening appointments if desired MARION GUNDERSON Marinello Operator i1 DR. J. C. THOMPSON i I Dentist Reduced Prices  Quality Work I Open Daily 9:30 to 5:30 Phone 402 Issaquah, Wash.. adapted to your locality and further]frank discussion open to all. S. E. ANDERSON, Pastor. Local Church News t O Front St., lssaquah PAUL'S BARBER ---o--- Special attention to . Ladies' and Childre haircutting Pitch's ShampoO For Dandruff ----O---- details on landscape gardening may be secured by getting in touch with your county agent or writing to the Extension Service, Pullman, Wash. BATH S