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st 'th Lak umme ,o+ o0 ,oo.O,o has a street fin- main purposes. First, a young- tion and stimulation in books On 136th Avenue the By Joyce G. Ploof ster finds real enjoyment in wlrich is so necessary to get- e installed, the grad- SH 6-25 [ e the printed word which heting well-rounded formal edu- pleted, the curbs are in can savor without a deadline cation. , and the road is actuailaYt to is this, "You ve got to ac- of school assignment and when For these reasons as well as Imaginel This is wh t centuate the positive, eliminate a young reader begins to enjoy the "Fringe Benefits" the King ~te streets will look the negative (thoughts) and let reading he will continue to; County Public Library system the entire project is 136th Avenue be your guideF' grow mentally," says Bernard is beginning its annual vaca- RaN REPORTS... Poll, co-ordinator of Children's tion reading clubs throughout Sometime this Fall. Project Engineer Ran Jepson Services of the King County theentire area. Swan, president of the gives us a tentative schedule Public Library system. This year youngsters will Community Club, was of what we canexpectthisweek. The second purpose ofvaca- "Read and Roam" and have a the construction By this coming weekend, 136th tion reading is to continue the Gold Medal to prove it when with me this week- Avenue, 37th Street and 136th ...... Ls quite apalled at the P1. S.E. will..all be paved. In pla~ to give you a complete they have completed eight books to the satisfaction of demands andcom- fact, barring unforeseeen diI- report next week. It is known parent and local librarian. made by some of the ficultieS," the paving should be that the subjects of park areas, Granted these peopleup to 140th Avenue. Also, Curbs the loudest number should be in place on 40th St., a handful -- but often they 41st St., and 147th Avenue. to obscure thevast ma- That, my dear gripers, is real' wait patiently, progress! the entire project TRUSTEES TO MEET erge, so "messy" and so The newly-elected officersof that residents oftenthe Eastgate Community Club realize the vast amount were scheduled to hold, this already done, the Ire- week, their first Board Meet- advances made daily,ing. Since details were un- less what it boils down available at press time, we We Bake Cakes To Order for Those Special Occasions WIIl'rl': ~A'III':AT B R E A O ..... 25c dOHNNY'S ISSAQUAH BAKERY I~S.XQI'All I'iX '.'.3:.I . community landscaping, and en- trance beautification were to receive considerable attention. IT'S YOURS FREEI Again we want to remind you that space in this column is available to all you readers. We are interested in anything that interests you . . . group !activities, club projects, per- sonal achievements, all kinds of parties, compliments and criticisms. We're always hap- py to hear from you at SH 6- 2518. .2 ATTEND CONVENTION Two members of the Issa- quah Lions Club took part in the 42nd annual district con- vention of Lions in the Olym- pic Hotel, Seattle, last week. Harold Erickson, Issaquah sec- retary-treasurer, was on a sec- retary panel on keeping good membership records. Rod An- derson, l.ssaquah program chairman, attended a session on Sharing the printed word is "Habit Forming" and such a habit will benefit the child. Vacation Reading Club begins when schools close. ' POPPY SALE Thanks to the community for its support of the Memorial time poppy sale was expressed by Veterans of Foreign Wars auxi- liary officers. Nearly 2000 of the red reminders of the signi- ficance of the day were sold by the 12 people who handled the campaign. Exact returns have not been determined. President Mary Sellers re- ports a busy month, helping in- stall officers of the Issaquab, Lake Washington and Enum- claw auxiliary. The local group will send delegates to the June 19-22 department convention in Aberdeen. The VFW and auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m. Friday in the Grange Hall. u LEGAL NOTICE No. Sgl - King County King County AT THE CLOTHES RACK . . Drapes 8 lbs. or less - Use our fast (25 min. or less} SPEED-QUEEN coin- operated dry cleaner. Then try the drape hanger and pleater. Attendants are al- ways available for help and demonstra- tions. $2.00 per 8 lb. load. Individual drapes weighing more than 8 lbs. can be dry cleaned professionally in our commercial equipment at just 25c a lb. Use our drape hanger & pleater. Unlined drapes professionally cleaned & pleated by us 35c a Ib! Lined drapes 40c a lb. 4. Unlined drapes professionally cleaned finished and pleated by us 7c a sq. ft. + 5. Lined drapes professionally cleaned, finished and pleated by us 8c sq. ft. ITEMS 2 THRU 5 AVAILABLE MeN. THRU SAT. 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. ASPHAL rlC CONCRETE PAVEMENT DATE OF BID OPENING, JUNE 1'7, 1963 Invitation To Bid Sealed proposals will be received by King County Commissioners, 402 King County Court House, Seattle. Washington, up to 9:30 A.M., JUNE 17, 1963 for the furnishing of: ALL LABOR, MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT FOR ASPHALTIC CONCRETE, MACADAM, PAVE- MENT AT KING COUNTY AIR- PORT, BOEING FIELD, SEAT- TLE, WASHINGTON - as per Plans and Specifications on file at King County Purchasing De- partment, 60t5 King County Court House, Seattle, Washington. See Mr. Davis. 100% performance bond will be required of the successful bidder, urless the sum of the Bid is under $1000.00. No Bid Bond required. The King County Commissioners the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any informality in bids. Submit proposals on bid form and envelope as provided by this office at 606 King County Court House, Seattle, Washington. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COMPLETE PROFESSIONAL CLEANERS PLUS COIN-OP LAUNDRY & CLEANERS Crossroads Shopping Center UELLEVUE 156th AVE. N.E. & N.E. 8th ST. SH 6-8228 BY: JOE LOBBEREGT, Purchasing Agent Published in the lssaquah Press lune 6, 1963. LEGALNOTICE No, g82 - King County King County INSTALLATION OF WATER LINE DATE OF BID OPENING, JUNE 17, 1963 ~" ~:~i/~~ ~i~ ..... "~[ ! Invitation To Bid Sealed proposals will be received by King County Commissioners, 4(~ King County Court House, Seattle, Washington, up to 9:30 A.M., JUNE 17, 1963 for the furnishing of: ALL LABOR, MATERIAL EQUIPMENT AND INSTALL , WATER LINE AT HAMLIN PARK REST ROOM - as per spe- ciflcatlons on file at King County Court House, Room 606, Seattle, Washington. See Mr. Davis. D A n 100% performance bond will be required of the successful bidder, unless the sum of the Bid is under $1000.00. No Bid Bond required. The King County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any informality in bids. Submit proposals on bid form and envelope as provided by this office at 606 King County Court House, Seattle, Washington. I BOARD OF COUNTY I COMMISSIONERS POTTED IN CONTAINERS READY TO BLOOM IN YOUR GARDEN BY: JOE LOBBEREGT, Purchasing Agent Published in the Issaquah Press I PRICED June 6, 1963. FROM , n AUCTION PLANT iN GARDEN OR TUBS " FOR COLOR ON THE PATIO S A L E EVERY SA30AP NITE TUBEROUS BEGONIA PLANTS 6: . Ms LARGE PLANTS IN 4" POTS READY TO BLOOM 85c EA. 895 DOZ. NEW LOCATION 15801 WEST VALLEY iiBi117vn i7eait] HIGHWAY "" COMPLETE SELECTION OF ,Op~osite LongAcresl Suburban King County's BEDDING AND POTTED Oldest Furniture Auction NEW & USED Ranges, Refrigerators, TV's PLANTS Bedroom Sets, Dinette Sets Bunk Beds, Rugs, etc. Items Sold on Consignment SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION For Further Information OF REDWOOD -- CEDAR TUBS CALL AL 5-7122 AND CEMENT PLANTERS BENTON ACTION FOR THE PATIO Company Issaquah Youh Will Affend Resource Camp Thursday, June 6, 1963 II~AQUAHIs~um.h, W=hin~l~o.PP"~ 3 Lee Wilson, Issaquah High ington State University Agri- The manager of this year's School agriculture student, cultural Extension Service and camp is George Curtis, county lard, Stevenson; E. Reade LIBRARY HOURS SET will be among the boys from the State Department of Voca- Extension agent, Montesano, Brown, State Department of Issaquah Library will be West Side counties who will tional Education and other Wash. Keith Sarkisian, voca- Game, biologist; Barney Fur- closed Saturdays starting this attend a resource management groups. The camp gives two tional agriculture instructor, seth, Keep Washington Green week and will be open on Men- camp June 9 to 15 at Hemlock well-qualified boys from each Snohomish, is assistant manager, Committee; Fred Pratt, State days instead, Librarian Dora- Ranger Station, Gifford Pin- western Washington county a and Joe Buhaly, Washington Department of Natural Re- thy Carter said. Hours Monday chat National Forest east of full week of close-to-nature State University Extension for- sources; Casimir K. Visminas, will be 2-5 p.m., Tuesday 2-9 Vancouver. study ofsoil and water, fish and estry specialist, is program Shelton, industrial forester, p.m. and Thursday2-Op.m. Wilson's fees were paid by game, power, timber and other .director. Simpson-Olympic Tree Farm;, the Issaquah FFAchapter. forest products ofthe region. Instructors will include Ivan Donaldson, Bonneville The camp is sponsored bythe Participants will live in dor- David Brannon, WSU, ento- Power Administration, biolo- Drive Carefully Washington Resources Council mitories provided by the U. S, mologist; Dr. C. B. Harston, gist; and Frank Mauger, U. S. in cooperation with the Wash- Forest Service. WSU, soil scientist; Win Gil- Forest Service, district ranger, and Save A Life 3 BIG DAYS OF SAVINGS JUNE 6-7-8 R,G.T TO LIMIT OPEN TIL 9PsM. WEEK DAYS Fresh, Leon Lb. U.S. Choice. Verifine 7-Bone Cut LB. Boneless U.S. Choice Verifine Easy Carve Lb. Sufifiee 2 OZ. Lean Tender Cubes Sunnee 12 Oz. Pkg. Eacl Verifine Jumbo by the Piece ,oz 3/ EACH FREESTONE SLICES OR HALVES 29-OZ. TINS 11-0Z. TRAYS FROZEN CHICKEN * BEEF TURKEY OR CHOPPED STEAK BLUE BONNET "EASY SPREAD" I-LB. CTNS. TASTEWELL 4/ 89C6-OZ. MIX OR MATCH A.B.C. BRAND 1 LB. BOX SHUR LAC 14 QUART SERVE-U MED. SAVES-U sizeSHURFRESHDoz. 2/69c IX)LIARS! GREEN CREAM STYLE 16-OUNCE TINS SWIFT'S 24-0Z. WHOLE KERNEL California Jumbo Whites 'c S II Fresh Local Red Leaf i! or Romaine Sweet Dark H California Bings E [ .... 2i 9c L',39c WALDORF ASST. 4 PAN .--READY NOW!" VOLUME Comp/etely New POPULAR MECHANICS Illuslro~d HOME HANDYMAN ENCYCLOPEDIA & GUIDE