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' lqUll .... ,a ua., n 2 GasLCalr" _ ..Girl Ges Published Every Thurulay at ~;'1"~. I--I,=IA I-I~.r~ "mFany ,=SA*UAH. K,NG COU.TV. WAS.iNGTON ............. "--- cho Telephone EXbrook 2-64. for Sfonebridcje Sjenn r, larship JAC YEAROUT, Mana.i.. Ed,or Rehred Trucker I , e ee i. :o ,,v.:e JOHN L. FOURNIER, Publisher " dietorian of the 1963 Issaquah High School class, has been CHARLES C. KERR, News Editor A funeral was held Saturday awarded the June Holladay ~-- at Issaquah Funeral Home for home economics scholarship Member Washington Newspaper Publishers Association Ine Geor e Stonebridge Sr 79 ..... ' " g , -, , by Washington Natural Gas Member National Edttorml Association retired fuel and trucking firm Company ~ ~ operator, who died May 21 at j in vkmg t.~lnty .................................................................................. ........ . a two.weeghis home.vacBUrialation nere.Was Swa_With i The~ scholarship~is awarded 3o I~ Sucelty," ~Redmond, will be held Austin heele Outside King County .................................................................... $4.00Masonic rites at the Enumclaw annually to a high school sen- Entered as second-class matter on January 1, 1900, Cemetery. . .... ior in the gas company's ser- At the Post Office at Issaquah, King County, Wash., .~ar. ~tonenrtage was horn !n vice area who will major in Under Act of March 3, 1879 uswego, ore. tie home economics in college It Franklin in 1902 where he he- provides up to $400 peryear for OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE CITY OF ISSAQUAH came superintendent of mines four years. In addition the win- OFFICIAL PAPER OF KING COUNTY until 1926 when he moved to nor has the opportunity of M E M B E R Issaquah, He operated the working in the Company's Home =, * ~, ^ =, ........... MEMBEt trucking-and-fuel business there m~t tutti.tAt ..,=o...;j).,~=, until his retirement six years Service Department for a sal- ]A~"~)C~TION NWEet~/~P~ER~ ago, ary between her junior and V=-~.~J[ [ ~ ~) .~ PUBLISHERS Mr. Stonebridge was a mere- senior yearsincollege - )~'~ " -s~ -.~ . =--. s ASSOCIATION ber of the Crescent Lodge No. Jennifer is the daughter of -- 109, F. & A. M., Enumclaw. Mr. and Mrs. John Kindle, Jr., -- Surviving are two daughters, 14419 S.E. 128th Street, Renton. ' E Mrs, Ruby Armstrong of Seat- I . I All A,LA...,.,.i...,.w tle and Mrs. Ainer Mattila of Her father is a supervisor at the Boeing Company. Jennifer l I11/ sl #% | I"%U /"%/UUII~IUIIt Issaquah; four sons, George, i wnai $ u01nn i ,-,. ,.,, Edward and Harold all of Is- is the eldest of four children. ~, | ~ | k.,/TTers ~.,lasses saquah, and EvaD St~nebridge, She will attend Western Wash- [ ,, , ..... remoto i i I l IM IMAMAI| arboretum classes m propa- Stonebridge of Cumberland; ham, majoring in home eeono- ]i" I ~kl|| ||1[~|1[~'- I gation will again be given by three sisters Mrs. Harriet mics education and plans to ]L I .... Lawrence Michaud. There wall Richardson, Cumberland, Mrs. become a home economics I[ : (Continued trom rage one) , be four sections of four hours Lottie Fleming, Coeur d'Alene, teacher. ]~ come to be a part of theeach. Each class will be limited Idaho, and Mrs. Laura Green In addition to being class "-- .:~ Memorial Day observance to ten pupils and will be held of Portland; nine grandchi!- valedictorian, Jennifer has ~ -,o,, ~o,,,~ ",,~;r -,o-,~ h,.in tho P~trivia ('~lvert Green aren, ann tourteen great granD- .... a ,;.'-'- ..... v-= ........ . ..... children, been an active participant in log l we snored not gloss over nouse. . .. . school projects She is student Ill 1 ...... ~"-*'e o----or*" n;t- Afternoon classes: aeetion l, SWIMMER CITED body secretary, recorder of Ill ~ .....~ ....... ~Ur.n~June 12 and 27, 1 to 3 p.m.; the student traffic court, and l~ ~ to pause someu_ e uu i g Section 2, June 19 and July 10 Paul Perkins, 15 son of a section editor of the school .................. r ' ' " vl "irecfor as I~ aay to pay, nomage_ tO. ltoJ-mv. . ' ur~" ana-''Mrs, framer'" "L,. ~'erK-~" - apn?~la::eS i?ol~ ?~mber of ~l::/b bL.;I-1L.)LAKJMII" - - denniTer r'lome ~er ce i.s , mrs nation s war aeau. Evening classes: Section 3, ins, Issaquah, received the Q ' e , e Home Lee Kindle, 18-year old Issaquah cipienf of fhe June Holladay Their sacrifice has made June 12 and 27, 7:30 to 9:30 YMCA Athlete of the Year E.eonomics Club, Future Tea- Hiah School valedictorian, accepts Economics Scholarship aWi possible a carefree observ- p,m.; Section 4, June 20 and award for his swimminglead- cners ot America, me ~'rencn= .......... ~.~ ante; to them we owe more July l0, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. ership at the Downtown Y's Club and Future Nurses of a silver bowl from June Holladay, annually .by Wash~nqfon n than a moment of reflection. Those interested should con- May 9 laymen's recognition Amer ca. Was~ngton Natural Gas Company s Gas Company. $be ~, , ~ ~ tact the Arboretum Founda program. She served as the Issaquah " " Jlml~ "' ...... " tion, University of Washing ........ representative to the Seabeek ~~ii~'.J i'lUS aug Minus -u -- ton Arboretum Seattle 5 for ~ ~II m| ~ Youth Leadership Summer ~tl/ ~ --|-[----- ISS/5~QI,jA~-~ ~llr, Greetings and salutations further information.' W~IIJ~41 ~ ~# camp, was the Issaquah Labor ~fornen , olzers ..... .... to Seattle Center, the self- lll1~ll 1 ~ VIII Day princess, and was selected ..... ~ ~ /) ~w~i;~ styled permanent heritage -- _ as the Girl of the Month last ors. iom tnor.e.son? scormg " - -- .h~U~ of the World's Fair. On SWITCHBOARD GIRL ..... Sentember Jennifer w~s *he 33t led the first division in the II ~. ~'j-y~ _ 2r _ _ ( ~J'L% __ 'J~ . D, "', Saturday, June 1, the OF EARLY ISSAOUAH ||m |m~;=mvut Issaquah representative to the May 21 Odd or Even competi- ':1-'-~~/" ~/~[~al~#/,,b.~:~` Seattle Center will open as Ri=TIIRNED FOR RITE -~meriean -,~.r~'~'~ ,~,~,~o ............. .v.u, ,~v,,- lion., ot ...... MOUnt ~iwomengotmrs.~~ , a Ii /~'~ #'/~r/ ~'~qll~l~"" ~ a permanent cultural and ~un~rai services were held Ja~nes S waz!ekof.Chic.agoa.r- terence wws. ~. w. ~tacey, wztn oo, ~eu I t/ e/ ~. " " the second Division. Herscore I bv Chafie Cathie raven on friday with his six recreational center, which, here May 18 for. Miss Louise month-old daughter," Cheryl, for" I- of 30[ won Mrs. J. W. Maskrod I "-'7_ ~ ............ ._~_._ should benefit the entire Trigg, 81, beheved to be Is- - i::n'llneerlnci first nlace In the thirddivision. " _ , "" 'e "^ o--ra ~ e" In the week -day competition Mr~ 9:30 a.m. during t.~] state as a tourist attraction, saqu.a, s nrst ~e, pnune r,~ - ~,^~ .,. ,...~_ ,_ ~.. ^_~ wxtn .......... me scmnce center, tor. -................ -"'- ...... k. roup I-orms Mrs. Lloyd Desler with '33 ~h r of~une, J.ul.y and.Au~=~ Mi~. Tri.. died Ma,,14 at an brother-m-law, Arthur and tJ. I ~- ! I headed the first division while ~oyrS~C~a~1 the space needle, the opera . =.. ~ _. ,.s~_.~ ~^... ~ ="r"-~ James Pendell, and a frieod, s ............ s ............ In r"llCjn 3cnool Mrs. Ray Charles, with 33, 1~~. egraduated and Mr. and Mrs.,**~] house and the cohseum ...... -~ "~m'" --lo- in Hill Glenn Oaks of Seattle, left for , , wa~ m c.~ to "y v ~ - Formanon of an Is topped the second, with distinction in Biology and son spent the weeKe~,d forming a base of interest, side Cemetery ..... Nlmpo Lake, B.C., for a week . ....." saquab was named to the dean's list. at Lake Sidney. near .~ . Phi Delta Fraternity fo g . . ........................... o v....,,, o ..... .~_ _ " .. Sammamish Road North on Fri- to Leavenworth Sunday to visit . ' . ......~j .. ..... , .............. . ..v... . No 8~ KiugCounty "" " "~" ' of fishing Cheryl remams they rinsed their family Mr an e b h of the center should become She was born August 31,1881, nere" with" her granclmother" rixgn. ~cnnoi chapter ?f .jETS. He also received an award from Altogether 23 fish w~ a permanent attraction that in Pennsylvania, and came to . .. " ..... , ~jumor ~ngineering tecnnical ' r beinwith Mrs Powers ca~ ,,,;n a.o, ,......~ o.a m,,r,~ this area with hor narents~rs. vencxeu, until the arrival ................. ~m,'." .'~ Mr and Mrs "~'radv Tri-~: of her mother on Wednesday Socmty) by Dale (3. Fmtz,.as7 RECITAL FRIDAY top senior member. Mr. and landing her first tv~i tourists to the area ~nls ~s . . j ~ ............. sistant pro~esso.r.otmecnamca.t. Pupils of Genevieve Bradley Mrs Glen Bowerman, Larry's Rainbow trout. _,d -- -alan u t. .,, -I..~ MISS Dlllle tern, urine elect 'l on "~'e --I"'~ side anout lo~u. ~er wo.~eu engineering, university o1 " w" The George Fallstru~ ,. u, p u~ . ~- ,~ .... ~ .~-o~ ~o,'o~orman- of Mr. James Nelson of Car- ~va=~,~,, .... n r.~.~ ~o ~will entertaan parents and grandparents, also went ~th ...... ~t! On the ne ative" side" it ,- ,'.'- "-'~" ...,-'-o ".~-'-- s natzon wa ....... e-".., =,,u "~'~"~ =" fr'i#nd wirh ,an ~v~nina nf m~=. the Pedevanas is nOWllvinglnKaplo ~] g ,,ears ~bout 1900 he o,~ned " , s honored at a bridal Sawhfll, regzonal coordinator, .,.. ..... ~,- . a ......... Mr and Mrs Kenneth C Dakota He was tran~a~ appears that the effort and ti~e Gilm'an Hotel near where shower on Wednesday night, zs announceD ..................... ny the SChOOl acl P ............. Ellsworth" Azr" Force~l~ the energy and the vision the Lawwill Drue Store now The party was at the Preston .... - Bradley Studio, 2804 East Lake johnson and daughterKaydrove mlmscratlon Boeing that was utilized to con- stands. Thehotel was alsothe church vnth more than thirty lne cnapter, spons.oreanya day at 8p.m. Asocialhourwill the campthat Kaywill attend a Mr: an,a Mrs. ~,~m_u"t gueSts Out of town guests m ceive and to create Century site of the telephone exchange . . . - " . ~ " .- group ot t~oeing engineers, is ....... w -k thi- - tamer anu ~amiiy ann um~., ...... . a a- a "-oun- w-man Miss ClUOeU the Iuture oriaegroom-$ ...... xox,ow me program, lne young ec n uu . . ~ mtenaea to Ioster znterest In and dau hter Ytckie t~ zx, somenow went out me an~ s Y g v ...... _ . _ _ artists will include two from Dropping in with ice cream_ g _ _ .... mother, Mrs t~eulan dacobaon, window m relation to a Trzgg served the switchboard. ana supp*ementary stuay aria l~,=a,~,,=h ta~H n,.,~ ~,=.,~v'r'~,.-~. and strawberries for Mrs at Grahams =,arson~ .... s ...~....]o ~,.,~,,~ ,~ ...... he and his grandmother, Mrs. Sar- observation ofengincmring. The ton-'~.~. - Eldon Larson's birthdav May 21 Mr. and Mrs He~ con6numg natlonwtae pro- - ~*.vv ............... ~' = as q~.,.~ ~,..= . ~ - - / ...... a~, r,.=.- h.~mo ~th a ......... ,-...n Ot c.vexett, chapter receivesthe JETS ---':.. war,~ Mr and Mr~ C~ mn,~,=, Chance have had aS~ motion program The fact .......... "~.- :'- "..'" _ , ...... to ""'ate will sister at Ona~asKa. rot the journal, publications and infor- LEGAL NOTICE I'l~l~ Larann k4~'~ tohn llnd,=~- Mr. and Mrs. Clare~.. tnat wasnmg n ~t " t - at "he past 20 years she had lived in The Ronald Johnsons visited marion sheets on fields of en- Mr~ Do" ~bson and children well of Colfax C~l~ not De represen eo t Seattle Survivors include one her sister, Mrs. Axel Eng- gineering and physical science, " - - Mr and Mrs Eric Marshalland the cousin of Mr. L~ World's Fair in New York brother, William Trigg, Issa- strom, and sister-in-law, Mrs. may borrow engineering films ~NGCOUlVrcq~mSSlONER'S ,-h~a,-,~, ~,-~ nob,~rt McDiar- Mr. and Mrs. JerrY.,' in 1964 is almost un- quah, and several nephews and Albln Hedberg, in Seattle, Sun- and will have visiting speakers n~scmPrmx~D~s~imArZ m'i'd"-l.~ne",,"L~-son ~ and son had their 12th w~I~ believable. It must take a nieces in this area, - day. On Monday the Johnsons from colleges and technicalso- N~tce Mrs. Ray ~/~ilkins, Mrs. George niversary May 28. -'l lot of fortitude to look the Issaquah Funeral Home had were dinner guests of their cieties. "-- -- at .... P~'~ .... n ch~dron and Mrs The senior class o~* ,~ y is c y..a lsor SeatUe. May13.1983 Le$ Yeisley. tllgn ~cnool mane t,;i exhibitors in the eye who charge of arrangements, ~nL:tgecrelJ~hntOt, hOisL~; Dan "o le" fa ult o~v ........u ,a.~... ....- ........... ., ...... l~ for the new rou v a ~ were sold on Century 21 -- h~ay of theirgrandson, g P" ~RrlpU,u.CKW&E~ Dan Thorsen, son of Mr. and isit to Victoria M Y-II and to tell them that Wash- Granoe Deoree Mark " Mrs. George Thorsen was 8 ing early in the mv,~ RlsoluUouNo.~ May 25 The birthday partythe Princess Patrlclam, ington's dynamics were dis- ...,. ~ . ~-,.~ * * * * - " - . I) ' Ehzahefh lee .a~eo, P,o~oot,s,. ..... Southcon- started at the Mount Sx pooland greeted m Victoria solved or dissipated as ~lwen 1"o [N~lne Mrs. Philip Tolley was a ..... nectiontoDesMoinesWay, ended with a barbeque at the presentatives of the ~ soon as the fair was over.The I uah " ~ patient at Nelems hospital in Funeral Sec.31Twp.23N.R4EWM. Thorsen home. Guests were Parliament Buildiag,dl c.. ,..o..~a ,.e -"o;-toi";n- ssaq L, range aegree Snoqualmie from Tuesday un- 7 teff Diedrich Bill Ruebsman toured the building ou l~t~=~ ~,l ,,at, = ,t b team conferred the first and"~' ~-'da'"M"~ "roPe-was Description of Work: Preliminary en- J.. .. ' ...... ' .... ~1 "ch was "" ~" Y" "" * " y the impetus whl second degrees on nine candi- back at work on Tuesday ...... gineering plans and right of way acquisi- jim jonnson anu jac~ anu Matt art anu cmmre o~ ~, A long time resxdent oz l~ar~- tion (Project started under CRW&E 23- Wolf. plained bypaintings generated throughout the dates Monday night. A vocal * * * " land, Mrs. Elizabeth C. Lee, szs). Mr and Mrs E M Gtberson They attended a lectU~ nation in developing inter- solo was sung by Linda Nikko. On Thursday Mrs Charles .... -- ,-- .... . ..... died Thursday, May 23, in a Approximate Length 0.5 miles. Esti- and children went to Tacoma Canadian governmen~.~ est in the State of Washing- . Chaplain Elme N~kko con- Elves s guests for lunch were Kirkland nursing home. mateorCost:SZ,S00oo. Sundav to see her sister Mrs the archives of the t'~ aucted a memomal service for ter Mrs Dou lasTorell ton, we now bow out and .. ..- ~ " , ." her sis , g Mrs. Lee was born m Es- Puhlished in the Issaquah Press May Melvin Geving receive herLibrary and theNatur~ rest upon our reputation! ~r~gers ule~ aurmg me past of Edmonds, and Mrs Glenn telline, South Dakota, jan 30,~, bachelor of arts degree from Museum. The rest o~ Y~" 28, 1884 aria moves to t~.xrk wa ent seexn the to "Jr"k "k The " a ..... Carlson who is visiting from , - .... Pacific Lutheran University. s sp ' g .. . t~r. nge lumen the Montrose, Calif. David, Bryan land in 1911 with her hushand U~GALNOTICE Mrs Gevin~ is a ~randmother r~awams cmn m paying the ex ththe~r - and jane Torell were wi " w" e m " ~ - " " - F'r air' penses of a delegate to 4-H mother .Le ,s. C. Le~ Th y.. ade No s=- ~uscouuly F.V. Churchill has attained t amp i e ]s camp. . . On Friday evening, the Junior their nome on Rose rlih wnere ..... ~ ...............the rank ofcadetflrstlleutenant Mr. and Mrs. walte D...,Ik.. I".,__.| .... Fomona master Cliffora Charles Elvens came from To- " DESCRIPTION AND ESTI~TEat the Citadel Military College nounce th lrt "i rail E.lll IU b Lewis announced that lssaquah holah to s end the weekend with y ~.~ y P Lee died in December, 1952. _ in Charleston, South Carolina. ter. Lori Lizabeth. M I- / "1"/ Grange won first place in at- his parents On Sunday the Mrs. Lee was an active David Fallstrom, son of Mr. Nelems Hospital. S~ member of the Rose Hill Pres- OfflceofCounty~oadEnsineer, and Mrs. Charles Fallstrom, seven pounds eight r'rencn Ineme tendance in the recent gavel Elven famili'es spent the day in byterian Church and the Kirk- Seattle May13.1963will be confirmed Sunday at Lori has a sister, Litad! contesL Wenatchee with the seniorMrs land Chapter No. 176 Order IDeser|ptlomCRP~MMI-NSt Andrews Lutheran Church 3, and abrother, Guy,t' A French sidewalk care was On June ll Lecturer Lela Eh,,~-'=,- ,,~ ca,.no, rS,~ , .................... , ---- of Eastern Star. ResolutionNo.2SB~l ~II's grandmother, Mrs. Cari parents of the children~ the scene May 23 as the Chesk- Bracken will present a Father s Donald Ceder~reens. She is survived by two Holdener of Tacoma, will come and Mrs. Thomas LarVv Cha-May Camp Fire Girlsgave Day program. ~ * * daughters" Mrs JackBer~sma,Name of Project: 3rd Ave. N.W. (Rich- ,.._ .t. ....... ~.s~..~. ,~...,~ i~,,,~h ~ I and Mr friendsa partYatforGLbson34 relativeSHall Candlesand The . Kenneth Beebe family tssaquan," "~ -- ' ann-" Mrs'" . ~ussell"" round Beach Rd. to N,W.E lg5th St). .t~.Fallstrom.~ ~'='~'will return'*'~afrom"'~ V,~her Alex ......... Dixon' ""~"of-"Font~r . . " . . .r .... spent the weekend at Ocean City ~enl~e S~i:~leu2 S~ne:Itl;gSec. ITwp. 26NR3 WM. firSt year at Washington State Law is employed~ toppea tablecmtn-coverea cars Yaca[lon ulnner and came home withtheir limits tables under a gmly striped June ]3 at Church of razor clams and sunburns. . , aq ; " - Description ef Work: Clearing. grub- University to see her brother s of Omaha Insurance ters, Miss Ida Reuter, Kirk-bing, drainage, andaddingcrushedstone ..,.~ ....... ~'~- ~'' 9 nov~d Weekend maests of &wning. * * * d " base and top course ann tmisn with me- ,a~ ~.,~,,,,.,u~s,,,, j-,~. .... ,~- P~ri~ street sicrns and wall "Start the summer right with ~,- . a ~,-o , .... ~J .... land, Mrs. Frank For , Kirk- diumty~easpheltpavement, has been president of the Jun- Chevaliers were Mr, .... - ,-'-. ~','~ -,-o- "-'],"~" "'"~"~ lanu Mrs. ~.lsie lowae, AD- i~v ~4t [,,ho.-on t aa~.aEddte Counts of Br( murals completed the decors dinner out, . says Mrs. j.E. ~"J~]~ntnw~l ,,~.a u,~.,*~'vn) ~ ot v~..~,=On, rin~' v~.nn erdeen, South Dakota" SIX" Approximate Length: 0.40 miles. Esti- " ................ "'~" r Mr and IV s rton~ The iris served re-Haldeman, ticket sales chair- c~,,,ao, o t==Id t,-ir~ tn l~h=~-rwnn ....... ' mate ofcost: $14,780.00. Church and Sunday School0 e,, . : . ,] -- -" ~md nose a s ofman for the Vacation Dinner, ..... ~' ......... v .......... granachz~oren ano elgnt great ...... Issa uah P - services of Christian Science of Centralia and Mr, freshments g Y ..... i^ from 6 o with the Bellevue CameraClub. t'umisnea in tne q ress May grandchildren W r painted daisies from rolhng ~nursaay, june ~, t The ~,rou,, r,'~o tho little rail Services were held Monday' carla. Refreshments were cafe* 8 p.m. in.,the ParishHall of car whicl~ ia~'above the flume at the ,Rose Hill Presbyterian (coffee), canapes (sandwiches), ~. Micnael s ~piscopa~nurcn0 which brings water to the hydro- Church Burial was in Kirk- dessert (fruits and cheeses), ~tnana oar st, !ss~l. uan. electric olant of Puget Sound land Cemetery. punch and petit de fours (de- .mr. $. l,t.v.~cnemosisgenerat Power a~ Light at~Electron coral--~ cakes~ The nro"ram cnmrman assistea ny Mrs ............ i_ .,__'~ /. v ~ ........ A~xer tne rmlroaa rlue meyn~ consisted of the girls saying ~eorge r ey an aMrs..Atveters, a picnic lunch the Camp Fire Law in French, ~rs. t,eorge t.ron Is in cnarge Louise's Salon a of w 11ot ma~zng caps ann aprons zor French son s, tour e g the waitresses Among callers at the Ed Ny- Has 5 Z4-,,I; * known Paris monuments, acan- r.=r,~ r, ..... e~,.ao. ~ov lo *~.7,;S.S can dance, and a Punch and Judy Reservation may be made by w%re "t~'"and M'~r's"'2"~=d'Nor~"-' puppet show, which the girls c~j~ngMrs..~ataeman, ~ ~" strom o[ Mount ~ernon, Mr 11111111111 had made end decorated them- ~o~; tv~rs, j ona L~..wry, ~A, z- and Mrs Nels Nordstrom of selves ,~on,*; mrs. KUel WOOOS, ~rl O- __ .. " ...... l in Arlington, Mrs. rre~aa ~ricK- The girls in the Chesk-Cha- 2785, Mrs. Bery . Sitterd. g, son of Seattle, Mr L Erick- May are Debbie Collins, Sberrl CA 2-4555; or Mrs. Alan son and Art johnson of" Seattle, Fancher, Cheryl Febus, Linda Nourse, TU 8-4364, and the Elmer Carlsons of The Lawrence Fredeens and Everett Risen, Robert Hoist- Gallagher, Beverly Jones, Linda LewiS, Pattt MacLame, Annette McNabb, Carlene Pear- son, Charleen Peterson and Nancy Rushing. Their guardian is Mrs. Earle H Jones. LEGAL NOTICE NO. 8S? - King Ce~uty KING COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S DE~CRIP'YION AND F.~I~MATE NeUee No Picnics Given by High School Oflle of Couut~ Read Eoglneer, Seattle, May 13, l~ Deseript|on: CI~JP $7~L~-N lssaquah Senior High School R~elutleuNo.lSSO, I does not sponsor school-end Name of Project: North 155th Street picnics, Principal Charles M. (Greenwood Ave. to 150th feet west of Ist Ave N.W.) Fallstrom reminded parenta to- day. Fallatrom s~id students Sec. 13Twp. 26N.R.3EWM attending picnics as classDescription of Work: Roadway prepa- groups do so on their own in- ration for application of bituminous itiative and reaponslbillty. The plantmix. school will not provide chap- Approximate Length 0,25 mile. Esti. eronage lot any unscheduled mateofCost$2,409.50. after - school affairs off the Published in the Issaquah Press May campus. 3o, 1~s3. Snoqualmie. A dinner guest at the Glenn Preston home was his father, V. G. Preston of Seattle. On Tuesday, May 21, which was Mrs. Albert Olson's birth- day, dinner guests at the Ol- son home were Mr. and Mrs, John Lindqulst, Mr, and Mrs, Olof Falkenstrom and Mrs. August johanson. Other neigh- bors had called during the day to wlsh her a happy birthday, On the weekend of May 19, Mrs. Thomas Ambrose and Mrs. Alice Moreau were guests of the Buford Ambroses for a trip to Pearrygln Lake near Winthrop. The Robert Elledges were also there, having started their fishing trip on Wednesday, the Algot Bergs dined at a men, Algol Berg and Lawrence "luau" at The Farm on Sat- Fredeen attended a "Fun in the urday night. The Leonard Davidson fam- ily was at the home of his brother and family, the Frank Davldsons, in Seattle for din- nez' on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis called on the Cory deJongs of Avondale Sund, ay afternooa., Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hoial- men and daughter, Miss Bar- bat'a, of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, were overnight guests of his brother, Robert Hoialmen, Sat- urday. Mis s Hoialmen enplaned for California to vislt her sis- ter. They called on the Everett Risens on Sunday and vistted the Louis Traversos of Renton. Sun Cook - n - carve" De- monstration at the St. Louise Parish School in Bellevue on the night of May 23. * e* The Charles Hulls, who are members of the See Gull Trail- er Club, were with the group of 15 trailers Who spent the week- end at Schafer State Park near Elma. Manne Bergstrom was ad- mitted to Swedish hospital in Seattle on Monday, May 27. Mr. and Mrs. Einar Lind- strom spent Saturday evening with the Charles Gilberts of Mercer Island who have re- cently returned from Arizona where they apent the winter. LO[IISI~ ,WALL (PILCHER) Among the numerous bus- inesses located in the Heintze building in Heintze Center, Eastgate, is Louise's Hair Styling Salon, which opened there in December and now has live hair stylists. Mrs. Wall, the owner and manager, is former manager of styling salonsin Seattle and has done television dem- onstrating and styling for fashion models JETS CHARTERED - - Inspecting their chaffer as a unit of the JETS (Junior Engineering Technical So- ciety) at Issaquah High School are, from left, Ed Bond, nctinq presi dent, and'Dick Freihelt, Eva'ns chal, Jerry Hansen, Mike B. faculty advisor Dan Coyle, Jc rich and Ken Cox. Press