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JUNE 15, 1933 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Lacey and Miss Elsie Davies of Tacoma were callers at the E. J. Lindman home on Tuesday. !They are motoring to Scranton, Pa., and to the Chicago Fair. Mr. and Ml's. h'a Smith and fam- ily spent the w(Yek end over the l~ountains. Mrs. Anna John,;on and Miss Ethel visited over the week end Cafe, in Seattle, wa~ home for a vis- it on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Car()] Lewis are re- ceiving congratulations on the birth of a (laughter on Tuesday, June 1:~, at their I~ake Sammalnish home. Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Jones and 3u- nnita and Miss Owenna Clark left o~: Sunday im,rninw for Crescent City,~ California. They expect to be gone three weeks. E. J. Lindman attended an organ tiarohl Byrd at the home of Mr. recital at St. Luke':; church in Ren- parents in Yakms. ~:ton on Wednesday night. Edwin Among those who received their'Fail'bourn was presenting his pupil, tees at the comnlencement exm-~Miss Priscilla Jane Whitel The as- of the U. of W. Monday 'Ntter-sisting artist was Mrs .lack Browne. I was Itoward F. (Joe) BuschMiss Vfhite has many "friends here. 'I known here, who received his] who wish her every success in hm in business administration, i(areer. John Yourglich is substituting ati Ferol Tibl)etts spent the week end Mutual Groceries while Martin isI at home. THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON I I I I afternoon, Clifford receiving his de- gq'ee as Bachelor of Science in com- mercial engineering. Miss Evelyn Anderson left Men- (lay afternoon for Spokane, where she will have employment for the summer. Miss Ida Holmes and Miss June Rounds went to Seattle Wednesday and Ida will keep house while Mrs. HIGH POINT Miss Phyllis Vamzn of Bothell was a week end visitor at the Nels Nelson home here Ingoff Peterson, Arthur Carlson, Myrtle Pearson and Mddred Love- gren were the representatives of High Point at the commencement ex- ercises in Issaquah last Thursday or- Whitney is in the hospital. Mrs. A. Wilson and Mrs. J. H. cuing. Schomber were business visitors in Harold ltalverson of Seattle visit- Seattle on Friday. i ed his folks here over the week end. ! Mrs. R. J. Schneider, Jean ana John Swanson and daughter Mar- Jack, spent the week end in Eaton- tha of Everett returned home Sun ville, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam day after a stay of two wemks at the Klinefelter. A. Swanson home here. Mrs. M. S. Moss and children of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson and faro Seattle visited from Friday until Sun- ily were Seattle visitors Sunday. PAGE THREE THE ISSAQUAH THEATRE 10c 8:00 P. M, 2So THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY, JUNE 15-16-17 --NEWS--- "Raspudn And The Empress" (Lionel, John and Ethel Barrymore) Come early, as the Feature allows no room for Short SUNDAY - MONDAY, JUNE 18-19 --NEWS ..... Morton, Downey & Vincent Lopez' (lay evening at the home of F. E. AI- H. Fosse ,.,el.he ,o,eb, ate. '"ookingL r warueor------~'' lyn. , ]his seventy-ninth birthday anniw, c- . Mrs. Russell Wilson and children sary at the home of hi~ son ltenry his vacation, l Mrs. W. Asker of Vancouver, B. returned to thmr home m Pearson Fosse, here last Friday. Several of' (l,ionel l,arrymore, I.ewis S~,)ne, Philip ttolmes) on Friday after a two weeks' visitihis friends attended I Harry Preussing, who has been at- C., is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. lding Washington State Colh'ge at[P. J. tIenry, with relatives and friends here.] Mrs J Benson a t~;,.h ....... ! t~ ..... h l llman is visiting at the A l Pet- Mr and Mrs George [ faff of So- Mr and Mrs. Wm Booth and Mr _ .............. t L- ' ' " "'' I.*+1 ..... :~:*;~..~+u.T... , ...... '-.~ ....... .~pent ~unoay at the home ot l)al' and Apt 25 Iss Press (p)slevs lllllllllllll~lllllllllllllll home this weeK. [home"'~*~ ,,', v,.~,--,g ,~ --e .,,, ,om~, drovean ~vlrSto Wilkesondames ,Vxl~eSsundayanu xamlly J~rs .=~,AI mun(lqUlst~ " " nero" ...... ~ne"" was [ and" tickets' ...... ) ...................... 1 ', 22' ~" ....... " .... Mrs. Thomas Evans was robbed on~ " [formerlyMiss Myrtle Paulsen,and Athlet;c Su~,,q" Co d).tt-' The Past Matrons club of Century ..................... . i ~ ,',"., : ", today mght, someone taking all oft " , .... ~rlrt~t r,,oI~V~I! It ltl~ln Ireslded here about nine years ago l balls eta ) 27 7~r Ii ~ ~ bk | ~m,~ r Chapter will meet at the home o~ ' " .......................... I ! canned goods. ] ..... o "'"" " ][a~OrL~-a ~ ~l'/l'l~l{]~]~ ] B. Gulhcson of Seattle spent the May 2, Iss Val Grange No ~ll l l-1 I~LI,-"~I 111.s. Anna dorms n on weonesaay i . " " I .... ~_ ~ im ~ 1 1 ~mr 1 The Misses Betty Jo and Ethel Ma-[ ~_ l ne 21 " 2 ' " l ................. -~- -.. - ~week end w~th Tom Lee at his home~581 (hall rent) .................. lo.02~i.W" "~.&~ 1 1 I ~1~,,~' .a~ternoon, , u , a~ o cmc~ FRYERS FOR SALE -- Anarew I , I - Isotalo returned home Thursday M ss Phyllis Lahar was hostess to Thompson there" May 27, Cash (Shobert fund).. 1.0:: FRIDAYa-d e,-,-,tt~r~av om bnoqummie, where ency. na(t ]tt,~'~ , ,~,~,~" ~ '~,,, ,~a,'~.~u~" .,. -, ,,,g= ta. ;a..~ ~,~' ~ ,,~-* " " .................... t.~ The High Point ,.Sund,.~v .s(hool will May 31, Athletic Supply Co, ~ ] ~ ,a~-~at.~lxi.a/.,~ It en visiting then" aunt, Mrs Edwqrd ......... ~.. FOR RENT 4-room house, large hold its annual ~)ienic at Lake Sam,(bats) ........................ 9 VVl- SPECIALS . tl " the tlepler summer home on ~,~,~ - ' ' ....... . or. i Sammamish on Monday afternoon, garage, 1 lot, on mine street, $7.00 mamish next Sunday. .hl2e 8, Iss. Vii. Grange No. ]m -- Marx, Corra, who ha~ been emph)y-I Mr and Mrs II M 'Pederson and per month. Inquire this office. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. th'pler am~ o~l (hall rent) ............... 7.52 ~ ~_ uv ~"~'~' ~he past month at the Full Moo daughter Barbara of Seattle visited WANTED To Bu- 1200 oun M ss Phylh Lahar atten led the c m,- ".l ..... II y-- -p a ' ......... i ", ........ " ,, , " " --~ ....... mencement exercNes ,,fStadium Total (lisbur.ements$453 861 l-lb. cans ...... 27c II .................... igllll ;re~ac~ves nero ~un(xay. horse, reasonaole, r~. ~x. zunin, llyaK, . ' ' ' ' i l a I~ ,~a I Ulllllmllllllllllllllmlimllmllmm Monte (l'~rnmand Miss Naima ,,,- -- ...... ' High in Tacoma on Wednesday nig,'l~ ill -~--ID. cabs , . . q~c "" WV ~tSDl IIgLOH, , " ~ e e" 2 .... ...... ,- ~ , Total R apts ................... $592.2 aldm Materml Bargains i Skoqmst of Seattle. spent Sunday at .................................. of last week. Elleen W oo(h lUg Iim t- T ............ t [] o FOR SALE 3 "ear old Guernse ~ .....: .... ~__ ~v__~ ...... aota~t~suoursements ~t~a.oo :the W I Garner home . -.v - . y our~, a mete o* mr,~. nepLer, was a ......... ~ @_ f~ ~r'~AD . 'go stock, of new doors and .wind-I lfar~)ld" Griep, of Arlington, chum"bull, guaranteed good stock. Inquire member of the g,'aduatin~ cia,~s. ~ -- ~.~ ~. o~J~a----- ,, mus* ne sum at once at *owI ~ -~ ........... ithis office .......... IBalance in Bank to date $138.36[ "~ CaKeS IOl" . ....... Iq.~ :es. 10,000 new ano uses all, ]oi I aul wnIong in COllege (lay,% ' r..~..-..-..... ....... ~,,~ ] I ............. size; 500,000 feet new and used[spent the week-endat theWilfong ...... PIRI2, DP.,I"ARIMP.,Fql ] -ff .............. ~ W/~XI'.D t'Al"l:.N ~her fm~sh and moldm at ver [ In 1~ne ~upell()l LourL oI ~lle ~at( , " " g Y home PRESTON (Continued from first pa e) , * " ' ' ' p , :ial -rices " .. ........ tel \gashington, for Km~ County. i el Roll, 125 feet .... 19c , ~. " .... i Mrs. L.C. Lundberg and Gem'ge[ - ~-'~~ t~ee. ~,, xss..ransp, we. tcom ' In the matter of the (/slate of tlat-112I(2_ DAD~ I~rg~lns on pain[~ plumnlng sup AA%A A~x~IklL~,~J ":~"-"--'r,- were in Seattle Mends'"M~ and Mrs. Art Holmes and faro-for gymnasium) . . 12.0X tie err Terry, 1)eeea~ed I s, etc [~,unuuc g ~ ' ~l " *" ;" a,~, ~,.,xr n r~',~'~, , afternoon :fly attended a hlrthday droner hen- Stephenson Dru~(Env. 1 In Prohate. No. ~,0oS. I 2 lbs. for .......... 23c %It r.,INI ~Z: D/AL.UIN, lncI, ~ ....;M,s ~- t4 .t,,h,,s ,t,o,A,,,~]oring Art's father, Ole ttolmes, at his and stencil) 72 Notice to Creditors I T ................... r .......... r.' ............ ' ........ ' .........................., ..... GINGER SNAPS . xarq ~o. l--~lu ,~en ~ve; be. [the commencement exe,'cises of thorhme in Richmond Beach on Sunday.1933: ! Notice ~s hereby given that the un-[ t; A,~,~n +*~, 1A~ lure ~o. :~--Oll J~lllOI~ W. , ..... . *.a ~tx~,z~aa a.t~,a . . . . . at--w~ ................ m [University of Washington Monday School Picnic . Jan. 9, Town of Issaquah, (le, s{~nt'(t has been al)pOl~te{! and h~t.~[ .... t~r~, ,mmmmm ............. "Ph ..... ;l. . h~ P.a~t ..... A~ hose 00 02 qumlneu a~ executor or ~ne.es~atelrlappy r~ome ~,u~ls ............................. v,~,. .................. ~ .... . .~ "~- ...... ;2.- '2 .......... ; .....',of Hattie urr Terry, t)eceaseo; that[ o .... .... ,)e_ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllmm~lill~lllmllllllmill| I school enjoyed their annual picnic oan. ,z, eostmnce (stalnpeu lall persons havin claims againsvI ~a Lanm *UL .......... ~aia~ , lit the schoolhouse last Thursdav A envelopes) ........................... 2.73~sai(1 deceast( (r alzainsL sa d estateilDI7 :KIIIT ll:tllT't'l;'D I/large number of parents and friends Jan. 16, Iss. Val. Grange No. lure herel)y requu'ed to ~wr','e tl'.c "- 1-- "~' -r ,.. Ill .... * " 581 "hall renO 7 5~!same, (h,lv verified, on said execut~.rl Z'i~. L~Iass ,Jars ......~-lc were present A picnic supper wa.~ , ~ ~ " -- ...... ." ......... ; ......... ',or his ~lLl~)rneys of re'em'd at the ad- ID...o A----I.. P'~I^-- m,.--~ served, .... the PT A furnishing free A. ~palomg UaaLs etc ]or :d~ ~{ ~s belov sga~ ted, and file'the, ,,sllne ~u~ r~lalJ~ ,..,~u~:a ice cream for everyone. 1932) .................................... 15.421with the Clerk of said Court. tog'eth- VINEGAR LBEYTER FOODS LOWER PRICES Mrs. John Skoglund left Sunday Feb. 7, Stephenson Drug (old er with 1)roof of such service, within 2-K-OZ. bottles ........ 13 evening for New Britain, Connect-bill, May, 1932) .................. 1 77!six months after l,he date nf firs~ ~',,~ lmblication of this notice or the LU~ TOILE T~OAP Cash (stencil, envelopes) .... L.,o cut, where she will spend the sum- 'samc will be harred, ] .r oakp. fal- What You Want When Yoo Wont It mer. Mrs. Skoglund also expects to Feb. 21, Iss. State Bank ~ Date of m-st puhlication J,lne ................ 19 visit the Chicago Fair enroute. (down pay't, on Playfield).. 25.0. 1933. Win. J. Terry, ] Ill~lllll~lll~ll ~ll~llS~d~l~l~ lift When you buy at Mutual you get what you want when you want it. Mrs. Fred Lind and Mrs..Perry Apr. 8, Iss. Val. Grange No. Exe('utor of said Estate. llll311U%,'x lilL~lll,LIU I 581 (hall rent) ................. 22521 Address1382 Dexter IIorton Bldg., UUI]I10 UliUULI1 You will not be forced to wait while some over-zealous clerk tries to Huff and daughter of Seattle callea Apr. 15, Paul Koss (charge " Seattle, Wash. sell you a mediocre brand becaues it yields his boss a bigger profit, on friends here Tuesday. for dance) ......................... o a~ I Lucas C. Kells, Revelle, Revelle & 1 __ Home - Owned Store -- ................................ Kells, 1:182 l)exter Ih)rton Buihling, I At Mutual you wait on yourself. Everything is in plain sight. Ev- |('-- DR.~D Apr. 19, Iss. Va]. (;range No. I So'title. Wash., Attorney for Estate. I ................ erythlng is fresh and clean. You make your selection, no waiting. At Mutual you'll ~ind the het known brands of foodstuffs, sold [ DENTIST ................ at the lowest prices in lssaquah. / ' ..... [Office Hours---1:00 to 6:00 Daily HUTUAL Fl~t! ~ Also Evenings and Sundays Prices Apply for FRI.-SAT.-MON., June 16-17-19 LPhone 602 Issaquah, Wash. i BORDEN'S PROCESSED PURE RAW MILK AND CREAM Phone F244 FIVE VARIETIES MELLOW'D MORNING DELIVERIES Issaquah Valley Dairy Our MASTER ELECTRIC PKG. --J ,, HOT WATER 'LIPTON'S ORANGE PEKOE l-LB. enables you to bare Hot Water CAN 2-LB. for such emergencies--Day or night/ 1-LB CAN ~f no time Is it as important to have hot PKG. wafer as al~jusf fhe moment you need It. b That is exacf/y whaf Our Masfer Service utchIT[i]] i"='0nna:se "" " """ "" " o, ,., o. Maid nighf Hot Water is required, you can be assured you will have /f, w/fhout wait- EBA'S LB. /rig. Every little duly fbat requlres hot BIG VALUE BAG wafer can be taken care of and every ~ wash day lightened, because if is pos- Su,shine 2. LB. I 9C sible fo have from 90 to 200 gallons of A CASH BUYERS STORY "*' "" "' '" ., : period. All this conven/ence is cheap, Libb Meat 3~-CANS 10C toe. with our /ow rate for this Master '. Deviled husband and I, like many other Service. ., , couples, know the value of a dollar Equlpmeaf fhat Is bullf rlghf for our and like many wise and thrifty folks Fish Flakes 2 HALF in the Northwest a]ways buy our new wafer heating rate--preperly/nsu- CANS home furnishings at Tinney's, where /ated fo save heals--is a permanenf ad- . , , we are sure of quality merchandise dlflon to your home. An addiflon as Ira- at low prices. Mother's Milk 1 ~" 25c ,ooo beautiful mohair day- porfant as ally ofher,elec,rical servant CAN rupert and chair, best guaranteed yOU may have. :::::: " construction, 100(,4 mohair, rever~- Electric dealers, plumbers and our y .. eact-es 2 25c ible cushions, and for both piece. CANS we only ~0 ~7~ representatives wlil 91adly explain this new way fo have an abundance of hot had to pay ........................ q/OJ./O water. BROKEN 2 2~ 29C "Or we coutd have had several to SLICED CANS choose from in tapestry q97qfl .................... ' ....... .... ......... '"::":::": ....... FEDERAL or homespun at ............... q~LI.OU ................... ~:]:~:~: :!;i;!!!!~; CANS C . "Of course a davenport just natural- ....TALL ly calls for an end table and we were ~" pleased to find just the kind ~P . ~ ::::, ~{~ WATER MELONS -- CANTALOUPES --- STRAWBERRIES ill we wanted for only ................ ~)C ..::.~~i:,'" " "~:::.:!:~:~]:~ ---- AT LOWEST PalCES | We needed a co~ee tahle, too, an~ ~,~:: ::ii;i~iii~i!ii PURE WHITE CANE i found a beautfiully constructed tile ,'~i~ii!!ii,~i!:i;}!i::!iiiii};!!! SUGAR ,o0 a~ll | ~r~ ~ ~ for only .............................. W x.,w,,, i~,~:~:!:,:i,i:i.:,!:i:~:!....{ ..........{~i!!!iii~ii{! .... ii!i;'-" ~:~