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c~.o,F c,Lt,~ oc~on ,,.~,,,.. o,,o~ / :i?i ff/e Salute Our Graduates ISSAQUAH BUILDERS SUPPLY SEATTLE 1st NATIONAL BANK ISSAQUAH FLORAL & GIFT SHOP MAYS' ISSAQUAH UPHOLSTERY ISSAQUAH 10c STORE LEWIS HARDWARE ALPHA'S BEAUTY SHOPS EVANS SALON OF BEAUTY E & F AARKET GRANGE SUPPLY INC. WESTERN AUTO ISSAQUAH SIGNAL SERVICE FISCHER BROS. MEATS HENDERSON'S DRUG JERRY MALONE FORD MAULSBY'S GRANGE SERV-U JOHNNIES FOOD CENTER LAWWlLL'S REXALL DRUGS JOHNNY'S ISSAQUAH BAKERY A & M TV and RADIO ISSAQUAH THEATRE CHUCK POWERS AGENCY MOM'S LAUNDERMAT Preson Girl ,'o Wed June 7 i ! i i!:!: iiii iii!ii Farland, Bellevue, spent last Lake Resort. BILLIE MARIE FERN Mrs. William Fern of Pres- ton announces the engagement ISSAQUAH PRESS 5 l~aquah, Washington O 0 0 Dash, EX 2-3677, will take re- Mr. and Mrs. William Bar- by l.ouise Treharnr gistrations and answer ques- rington, East Lake Sammamish, ]']lone FX 2-6],51 and Mr. and Mrs William Mc- noon each weekday" at the Pine tiGriS. The fee will be S0 cents Mrs. Wallace per pupil. weekend skiing in Oregon. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dewey at Lake Oswego. Lori Paterson, daughter of the Ron Patersons, celebrated her second birthday with aparty May 20. Guests were Karen, Steven and Tammy Tanska and their mother, Mrs. Robert Tan- ska, and Sheri, Carla and Steven Erickson and their mother, Mrs. Frank Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Stubbs and son, Steven, visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Njos at their home in Longview last weekend. Mrs. W. J. Wristen, Omak, arrived Friday to visit her par- ents, Mr and Mrs. L. A. Lef- ler and to attend retailers' mar- keting week in Seattle. Her son, Roger, a University o~ Wash- and forthcoming marriage of ington student, also spent the her daughter, Billie Marie, and weekend at his grandparents' Mr..]ames Rodney Nelson, son home and planned toacconqpany of Mrs. Beulah Jacobson ofMrs. Vristen to Omak this Everett and Mr. Carl G. Nelson of Bellingham. Miss Fern is a 1963graduate of Issaquah High School. Her fiance graduated from Washing- ton State University and is in research for Albers Milling Company at its farms in Car- nation. The couple will be married at the Preston Baptist church on Friday, June 7. Thursday for the holiday week- end. Mrs. O. C. Scott, president of the Pine Lake Garden Club, invites all local women to a garden party at the F. E. Ham- mort home on the east side of Pine Lake from 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 12. Children in this area are asked to save the last two weeks in June for the swimming school cosponsored by the Pine Lake Community Club, the Red Cross Boys' State is held at Pacific Lutheran College, Parkland, from June 9 through 16 OF 1963 Let A Professional Hair Style Be The Finishing Touch To Your Graduation Costume Make Your Appointment Early - We Are Open 9 to 9 Monday thru Friday FREE COFFEE ALWAYS ' | SALON OF BEAUTY c.,, EX 2-5567 and the County Parks Depart- " .................. ment. C/asses will be offered for beginners through junior For the Turning Point of Their Lives.. lifesaving from 9 a,m. to 12 Easto' the Lake We took a cook's tour of the Eastgate construction area this week, courtesy of Ron Jepson. And we learned first-hand of the problems and psuedo-prob- lems of the Eastgate residents. Naturally, it is frustrating to drive your cars over heav- ily-pitted dirt roads. And it is equally annoying to be sub- jected to one-way streets and roads clogged with heavy-duty trucks. But the end result should be worth all the incon- veniences. How wonderful it will be to have sanitary sewers instead of stopped- up septic tanksl And how much better the streets will look with curbs and graded streets! We know the transition period is hard to bear. But if you think you have troubles, con- sider the poor man who listens to all the community prob- lems -- Ron jepson, project engineer. We had been in his office less than three minutes when the phone rang. Ron listened po- litely and sympathetically, while a woman told of how her driveway had a "bad lump" in it. Immediately after he hung up the phone, Ron jumped in his truck to investigate the prob- lem. (We were invited along.) When we arrived at the scene of the complaint, we saw a driveway raised from the level of the road. Ron shrugged his shoulders and remarked, "How do I convince this woman that when the road is completed, this hump will be automatically taken care of?' Then he drove us around to other areas to illustrate his point "Three quarters of these problems will clear themselves as soon as the work is completed", he com- mented. (You might think of this remark before you pick up the phone to dial Ron's office!) Back at the office we learned why paving did not start last By Joyce G. Ploof SH 6-2518 week. Because of the short work week due to the Memorial Day holiday, the contracto~ s decided to move in their equip- ment next week. But on Mon- day, paving will start on S.E. 37th St. and will continue until 143rd Ave. S.E. is completed. Curbs are now practically all in on 146thS.E. Fromthere, the curbing crew will go to S.E. 40th St. and S.E. 41st St. For the rest of this week and the next, storm sewers will be installed on 42nd, 43rd and 44th Streets S.E. Vandalism still plagues the contractors. This week some fun-loving delinquents dumped the water pump into a creek. No damage -- but a heck oi a lot of extra work] And for the benefit ol you people who now ha~e yourcurbs in: Do not drixe o\er thecurbs for five or six days after they have been poured. TRUSTEES TO MEET Don Ricchio tells us that the newly-elected trustees plan to meet several times this sum- mer. Topics on the agenda include park areas, landscap- ing, and that eye-sore corner intersection on 150th across from the Flying A station. Look for these new boys to reall.~ start things humming Eastgate! PRETTY IS AS ... Hail the new officers of the Eastgate Spadettes Garden Club, elected last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Helga Koskio The president is Gloria Mal- tese; vice-president, Phyllis Seitz; secretary, Virginia Wal- lace; and treasurer, Eleanor Condon. These gals will be installed at the annual June banquet at Pantley's on June 18. ews.. SURF KING 17 jewels Water- proof" Shock-re- sistant Unbreak- able mdmspr,ng Handsome expan s~on band Famous Bulova quahty and craftsmanship $2g 75 / DIAMOND DREAM A iewel of a watch w~th 2 spar klingd,amonds Shock res,st an! 17.iewel JET CLIPPER Rugged as all out- doors !Waterproof', selfwindingshock resistant Luminous hands and d~al All steel 17 jewels Also available w,tb ' charcoal dial - f S4~.ss ye :,w orwh,te S39,95 BRADY'S ISSAQUAH RADIO and TV Hi- TEN BOWL COAST- TO - COAST FIESTA CAFE VALLEY PHARMACY COCH RAN'S J EWELERS BLUE STREAK ELECTRIC CHUCK'S MOBIL SERVICE STONEBRIDGE CHEVROLET HI LO SUPER MARKET THE ISSAQUAH PRESS Beaver Lake Orthopedic Guild installed officers last Thursday a: the home of Mrs. Carl Mahnken. The officers are Mrs. Gordon Adams, pres- ident; Mrs. Lou Knowles, vice president; Mrs. William Mahn- ken, treasurer, and Mrs. Herb Thomas, secretary. The Guild Not Pictured: collected nearly $400 on its LELAND FAY LEETCH JR. Penny Drive. Bryan Crawshaw's parents arrived in England last Monday ELIZABETH ANN PRESSLEY and will visit there for a time.. Mrs. Fred Herman attended the Arboretum Council meeting .................... on Thursday. Seen at the Cake demonstra- tion at the Odd Fellows Hall on Monday were Mrs. David Bracken, Mrs. Elmer Johnson, Mrs. Chuck Bailey and Mrs. Herb Thomas. It was hot more ways than one Thursday at the Neal Fra- ker home, when a fire started in the kitchen. Damage was minor due to the quick think- ing of Mrs. Fraker and her use of a fire extinguisher. Mrs. Terry Fraker of Fall City hosted a demonstration party on Thursday. Present from the Beaver Lake area were Mrs. Neal Fraker, Mrs. Chuck Bailey and Darlene, Mrs. Fred Herman and Mrs. Chuck For- clef. Mrs. Fred Herman toured Ohme Gardens and the Rocky Reach Dam on Wednesday with the Pine Lake Garden Club. Miss Darlene Bailey ~whose single days are numbered), was honored with a shower by her co-workers at the Washington Mutual Savings Bank on Thurs- day. by Vl Johnson Phone EX 2-3572 Attending the V~alther League Birthday Party at Christ the King Church in Eastgate on Sunday were Scott Co.vle, Mary- lou and John Johnson. t'0t'1111 I'S DOWNTOWN ISSAQUAH "as long d'; cas~ cr~sta~ d'~Cl crown are ,ntact DEVELOPERS OF MT. PARK ESTATES