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__DAy, MAY 28, 1931 TH ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON PAGE THREE "rHAT ARE YOU DOING?" was asked of some workers. "LAYING BRICK,"one replied. "MAKING TWELVE DOLLARS A DAY,'answered the second. But the third, gazing upward at the rising majesty of the mighty pile, replied: ! ....... - EW RO(K ISLAND PLANT "Building a Great Cathedral!" THE HUMBLE WORKMAN VISIONED THE GLORIOUS WHOLE; SUCH IS OUR IDEAL IN BUILDING OUR ORGANIZATION FOR BROADER AND MORE CONSTRUCTIVE PUBLIC SERVICE By FRANK McLAuGHLIN, President PuGrr  Pow & IJGHT Co. ' too, are carrying bricks; we, too, are engaged in the usiness of earning a living, and like the third workman, we feel that we are also building a great cat edraL Ours is an ever rising structure of public service that brightens lives, increases happiness, multiplies man.power and motivates industry throughout the rich and rapidly developing territory which it is the privilege of the Puget Sound Power & L/ght Company to serve. Not alone for today, not alone for next year must our plans be laid to meet the electrical needs of our domestic, commercial industrial and agricultural customers. Far into future years must this program be charted to care adequately and efficiently for an in- creasing population, growing industries and a greater public service. We in this organization fully recognize this responsibility, which is placed squarely upon our shoulders.Our management must become the active, vital force which takes men, money and materials and puts them to work m render a useful service for the benefit of the public who buys, of the investor who advances the money, and the employe who labors for the success of the enterprise. Recent changes in management add new points of view and new ideals of public servie to the experience of more than 30 years. Successfiy fulfilling our obligation means that: T people we serve should obtain courteous, prompt, reliable and ffieut wrv;xe at the lowest possible cost; Those who put their money in the enterprise should receive a fair return on their investment; We should have employees who are fairly compensated for the work they do, who have the necessary technical skill, who are in complete sympathy with our Meals of public service, who are good citizens and whom you will be delighted to have as neighbors and friends. This/s the cathedral we would build. And as we build we join with the people of the entire state in constructing another cathedral ---a greater state of Washington---a mighty edifice of rich resources, of great industries and of useful institutions, the home and play. ground of a happy people. Power PUGET Light Company IORE ABOUT GOLF MEET Continued from page 1 bill fold, Cha. Kinnune. drive, ladies, rug, F. A. Family prize (largest num- from one family) one Castagno Bros. 8. Hole in Playing privilege, manage- Blind hole, men, box cigars, Central Care. 10. Same for A. L. Wold Co. 11. 1st, $24 playing privi- 12, same, 2nd, $12 playing 13, same 3rd, $6 playing SPECIAL PRIZES Department Members score, $5 dental work, Dr. 2. Best score putts, job, Issaquah Service drive on No. 6, Lew's Place. 4. Blind hole, hair cut and shave, Hile Barber Shop. High School Boys (Numbers designate events as above) 1. Hair cut and shave, Hume Barber Shop. 2. neck tie, Fred Cus- sac. 3. box silk sox, Chas. Kinnune. 4. half soles and heels, Henry Kin- nune. High School Girls, 1. Marcel, Marion's Beauty Shop. 2. Box soap, .Johns" Cash Store. 3. Cleaning and pressing suit, Sunset Cleaners. 4. Vanity ease, Brendel Drug Store. Merchants Group I 1. Oil change, Lewis and Cedar- holm. 2. Half soles and heels, Hume Shoe Repair. 3. Duro oil change, Ideal Auto Service. 4. Box cigars, Chas. Clark. Merchants GrouP I! 1. Ten gallons gas, John Fink. 2. Six auto grease jobs, Hepler Motor Co. 3. Golf club, Issaquah State Bank. 4. $6 playing privilege, man- agemenL Married Ladies 1. Table lamp, L. Mile& 2. Box candy, Honeysuckle. 3. Hair cut, Benson Barber Shop. 4. Five Isea- quah Theatre tickets. Fltrl@rlt 1. Ham, John Fischer. 2. Sack feed, Washington Co-op. 3. Sack feed, Fox River Butter Co. 4. Three pounds coffee, United Groceries. Tench*n 1. $6 playing privilege, manage- ment. 2. Ten theatre tickets, Issa- quah Theatre. 3. Auto grease job, Nelson Service. 4. Year's subscrip- tion The Issaquah Press. Young Men Under 20 Yrs I. $6 playing privilege, manage- menL'2, Two dinners, Hiway Care. i i ,t , ,,, ,,i , MORE ABOUT SIDEWALKS Continued from page I were used for embankments, all tak- en from locations which benefitted !gravel, necessitating the using of 1,722 cubic yards of sand and gravel from the local garvel pit. A total of 4,300 feet of expansion joint material was used; over 1,000 the town, as follows: 1,500 yards pounds of lampblack was used in from Mine street; 1,800 yards from the mix, which will take the glare or Hill street; 500 from the school prop- shining effect out of the walk. To erty; 800 from Third street, and 2,-insure proper curing of the walks, 000 yards from the Co-Op. basement. 3,000 square yards of burlap were This was all used for grade and era-lused. bankment work. l An exceptional ecord in sonnet- "The mixture used was one part oration with the contract is that but lement, two parts sand and three oft one single crack has appeare d in the ,, ,,, 3. Ten theatre tickets, Issaquah The- atre. 4. Auto grease job, Carter Ser- vice Station. Men Over 200 Pounds 1.,Steel tool chest, J. J. Lewis. 2. Auto grease job, M. H. Clarke. 3. One load planer ends, Preston Mill C. 4. Leg of lamb, Finney Market. entire project thus far, one near the Hiway Cafe. This faulty piece will be cut out. Work on the contract started on March9 and will be completed by June 9, or in just ninety days. In effect this work will add more to the general appearance than any one project yet attempted; it will be a great convenience and aid in loco- motion for residents /or all time; it will eliminate the necessity for eo- stunt renewal of walks, and absolve the city from all future danger of damage suits from dilapidated board sidewalks. Mrs. John Ranko was a Seattle vi itor Tuesday. Mr. and Mr& Grant M. Gibson and son of Sultan arrived yesterday to spend the week-end with J. H. Gib- son. Mi Frances Wood has been spending the week in Tacoma, the guest of an aunt. Mrs. S. W. Hobb& and MrL May C. Williams are entertaining the Optimo Club today with a I o'clock luncheon at the home of the former. __DAy, MAY 28, 1931 TH ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON PAGE THREE "rHAT ARE YOU DOING?" was asked of some workers. "LAYING BRICK,"one replied. "MAKING TWELVE DOLLARS A DAY,'answered the second. But the third, gazing upward at the rising majesty of the mighty pile, replied: ! ....... - EW RO(K ISLAND PLANT "Building a Great Cathedral!" THE HUMBLE WORKMAN VISIONED THE GLORIOUS WHOLE; SUCH IS OUR IDEAL IN BUILDING OUR ORGANIZATION FOR BROADER AND MORE CONSTRUCTIVE PUBLIC SERVICE By FRANK McLAuGHLIN, President PuGrr  Pow & IJGHT Co. ' too, are carrying bricks; we, too, are engaged in the usiness of earning a living, and like the third workman, we feel that we are also building a great cat edraL Ours is an ever rising structure of public service that brightens lives, increases happiness, multiplies man.power and motivates industry throughout the rich and rapidly developing territory which it is the privilege of the Puget Sound Power & L/ght Company to serve. Not alone for today, not alone for next year must our plans be laid to meet the electrical needs of our domestic, commercial industrial and agricultural customers. Far into future years must this program be charted to care adequately and efficiently for an in- creasing population, growing industries and a greater public service. We in this organization fully recognize this responsibility, which is placed squarely upon our shoulders.Our management must become the active, vital force which takes men, money and materials and puts them to work m render a useful service for the benefit of the public who buys, of the investor who advances the money, and the employe who labors for the success of the enterprise. Recent changes in management add new points of view and new ideals of public servie to the experience of more than 30 years. Successfiy fulfilling our obligation means that: T people we serve should obtain courteous, prompt, reliable and ffieut wrv;xe at the lowest possible cost; Those who put their money in the enterprise should receive a fair return on their investment; We should have employees who are fairly compensated for the work they do, who have the necessary technical skill, who are in complete sympathy with our Meals of public service, who are good citizens and whom you will be delighted to have as neighbors and friends. This/s the cathedral we would build. And as we build we join with the people of the entire state in constructing another cathedral ---a greater state of Washington---a mighty edifice of rich resources, of great industries and of useful institutions, the home and play. ground of a happy people. Power PUGET Light Company IORE ABOUT GOLF MEET Continued from page 1 bill fold, Cha. Kinnune. drive, ladies, rug, F. A. Family prize (largest num- from one family) one Castagno Bros. 8. Hole in Playing privilege, manage- Blind hole, men, box cigars, Central Care. 10. Same for A. L. Wold Co. 11. 1st, $24 playing privi- 12, same, 2nd, $12 playing 13, same 3rd, $6 playing SPECIAL PRIZES Department Members score, $5 dental work, Dr. 2. Best score putts, job, Issaquah Service drive on No. 6, Lew's Place. 4. Blind hole, hair cut and shave, Hile Barber Shop. High School Boys (Numbers designate events as above) 1. Hair cut and shave, Hume Barber Shop. 2. neck tie, Fred Cus- sac. 3. box silk sox, Chas. Kinnune. 4. half soles and heels, Henry Kin- nune. High School Girls, 1. Marcel, Marion's Beauty Shop. 2. Box soap, .Johns" Cash Store. 3. Cleaning and pressing suit, Sunset Cleaners. 4. Vanity ease, Brendel Drug Store. Merchants Group I 1. Oil change, Lewis and Cedar- holm. 2. Half soles and heels, Hume Shoe Repair. 3. Duro oil change, Ideal Auto Service. 4. Box cigars, Chas. Clark. Merchants GrouP I! 1. Ten gallons gas, John Fink. 2. Six auto grease jobs, Hepler Motor Co. 3. Golf club, Issaquah State Bank. 4. $6 playing privilege, man- agemenL Married Ladies 1. Table lamp, L. Mile& 2. Box candy, Honeysuckle. 3. Hair cut, Benson Barber Shop. 4. Five Isea- quah Theatre tickets. Fltrl@rlt 1. Ham, John Fischer. 2. Sack feed, Washington Co-op. 3. Sack feed, Fox River Butter Co. 4. Three pounds coffee, United Groceries. Tench*n 1. $6 playing privilege, manage- ment. 2. Ten theatre tickets, Issa- quah Theatre. 3. Auto grease job, Nelson Service. 4. Year's subscrip- tion The Issaquah Press. Young Men Under 20 Yrs I. $6 playing privilege, manage- menL'2, Two dinners, Hiway Care. i i ,t , ,,, ,,i , MORE ABOUT SIDEWALKS Continued from page I were used for embankments, all tak- en from locations which benefitted !gravel, necessitating the using of 1,722 cubic yards of sand and gravel from the local garvel pit. A total of 4,300 feet of expansion joint material was used; over 1,000 the town, as follows: 1,500 yards pounds of lampblack was used in from Mine street; 1,800 yards from the mix, which will take the glare or Hill street; 500 from the school prop- shining effect out of the walk. To erty; 800 from Third street, and 2,-insure proper curing of the walks, 000 yards from the Co-Op. basement. 3,000 square yards of burlap were This was all used for grade and era-lused. bankment work. l An exceptional ecord in sonnet- "The mixture used was one part oration with the contract is that but lement, two parts sand and three oft one single crack has appeare d in the ,, ,,, 3. Ten theatre tickets, Issaquah The- atre. 4. Auto grease job, Carter Ser- vice Station. Men Over 200 Pounds 1.,Steel tool chest, J. J. Lewis. 2. Auto grease job, M. H. Clarke. 3. One load planer ends, Preston Mill C. 4. Leg of lamb, Finney Market. entire project thus far, one near the Hiway Cafe. This faulty piece will be cut out. Work on the contract started on March9 and will be completed by June 9, or in just ninety days. In effect this work will add more to the general appearance than any one project yet attempted; it will be a great convenience and aid in loco- motion for residents /or all time; it will eliminate the necessity for eo- stunt renewal of walks, and absolve the city from all future danger of damage suits from dilapidated board sidewalks. Mrs. John Ranko was a Seattle vi itor Tuesday. Mr. and Mr& Grant M. Gibson and son of Sultan arrived yesterday to spend the week-end with J. H. Gib- son. Mi Frances Wood has been spending the week in Tacoma, the guest of an aunt. Mrs. S. W. Hobb& and MrL May C. Williams are entertaining the Optimo Club today with a I o'clock luncheon at the home of the former.