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PINE LAKE BRIEFS Mrs. Arthur Stolle and Mrs. L A. Lefler attended the State Federation of Garden Clubs con- vention in Bel!ingham from Sun- clay to \\;Vednesday of last week. Mrs. Stolle v:as the delegate from the Pine Lake Garden Club. Mrs. Larry Mark of Pine Lake was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins of Bellevue when they saw "Fiorello" at the Or- Pheum Theatre Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Veelch Watched their granddaughters, Marcie and Michele Podkranic Perform then they danced at the Seattle Masonic Temple in the annual Ivan Novikoff School of bance recital, Friday night. Sat- urflay, the girls went to Port- land to take part in the first Novikoff School of dance recital held at the new Lloyd Center auditorium. Among the dances by Marcie were two solo per- forrnances, a Spanish dance and a toe dance, others were Petit Classique, Pink Roses, a Polka, Kamennoi-olstrow. Michele danced a Can Can Miniature and a Bluebird dance. Mr. and Mrs. Welch, Mrs. Jim l%dkranic and daughter, Marcie and Michele of Maple Valley, and Mrs. Alice Herney and daughter, Mary Alice of Bremerton, made tip the party that went to Port- land. They visited Mrs. Clara Collins while in Portland and on fle return trip Sunday they took a Side trip to Spirit Lake and found it a very beautiful area for Camping. N by Louise Treharne Phone EXbrook 2-6754 Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. O. G. Treharne and granddaughters, Cecelia Anne and Deanna Hauck, were luncheon guests at the home of Mrs. Dan Gould last Wednesday. Pine Lake Garden Club held its regular monthly meeting at the new Richard Anderson home at Beaver Lake, last Wednesday. Mrs. Arthur Stolle gave a report on the State Federation of Gar- den Clubs convention and Mrs. A. P. Patten installed the new officers for the coming year. They are: Mrs. Arthur Stolle, president; Mrs. Phillip Frink, vice president; Mrs. Joseph Moushey, treasurer; and Mrs. Lawrence Mark, secretary. Mrs. Richard .derson, the retiring president, was assisted by Mrs. Patten and Mr. Mark, when ser- xing lunch. Raymond Olding, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Olding of East Lake Sammamish Road, accom- panied the Ed Parker family, also of East Lake Sammamish, when they camped in the Deception Pass area for several days last week. Mrs. W. J. Wristen of Omak is staying at lhe home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lefler, while she is consulting a special- ist in Seattle. Mrs. Jack Forbes, Deborah, Daryll and Dean, and Mrs. Larry Mark, Carol and Kenny, went picnicking at Denny Creek on Tuesday. PUBLIC AUCTION SUNDAY, JUNE 25 a'r I:00 O'CLOCK OF FURNITURE AND MISCELLANEOUS " We Sell on Consignment REDMOND AUCTION TU 5-2791 SIDNEY V. DECKER GRANGE SUPPLY INC. Kills Brush, Weeds, Vines ,o00o. JULDER More Preston . . Continued from page 2 Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. A1 Sly, parents of Mrs. Lloyd Larson. Father's Day dinner guests at the Charles E1ven home were his parents, the Manne Elvens, and her father, Mr. Nels Nelson of Monroe. The junior Charles E1- vens who spent most of last week in Preston, left Friday to attend the American Baptist Convention in Portland. The Lawrence Fredeen family observed Father's Day with din- ner at the Weathervane in Belle- vue. The Einar Lindstroms spent part of the second week of their vacation on a trip to the Olym- pic Peninsula. They left Tuesday and returned home Wednesday, spending the night at Port An- geles. On Sunday, the Lind- stroms were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Draper of Seattle in a belated celebra- tion of Mrs. Lindstrom's birth- day. Spending the weekend in Port- land were Mr. and Mrs. James Skagen. They had a picnic din- ner with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher and son, David, whose house guests they were, and on Sunday, they were dinner guests of Miss Jean Hebert. At the Paul McNamee home. dinner guests on Father's Day were his parents, the Alfred Mc- Namees, and his sister and fam- ily, the John Furstnows. Gary Peterson and his sister, Miss Janet Peterson, are spend- ing this week at Rimrock Bible Camp near Yakima, working as counselors. On Sunday evening, their parents, the Lloyd Peter- sons, visited with the Joe Davis family in Seattle. The Davises are parents of Miss Margaret Davis, who is Gary Peterson's fiancee. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson were guests of their son and family, the Roger Johnsons of Lake Meridian, for dinner on Fa- thefts Day. Others completing the party were the host's sisters and their families, the Algot Bergs, the Leonard Davidsons, the John Hubbards and Miss Edith Johnson. Rev. and Mrs. Dean Miller and Mr. and Mrs. John Hubbard din- ed on Chinese food at the South China Care in Seattle, Wednes- day evening, to celebrate the Hubbards' 14th wedding anniver- sary. Spending the week at the Mil- ler home was Sharon Bell, friend of Janis Miller and daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Bell of Kenmore. Mrs. Einar Lindstrom and Mrs. A. L. Fritzberg were among the guests at a baby shower honor- ing Mrs. Erling Egge of Everett. It was a family party at the home" of the Gerald Fritzbergs in Seattle, Friday night. Nick Kelderman, son of the Carl Keldermans, who is at home for the summer working in this area, has his first teaching as- signment which is at Union High School in Fowler, California. Spending Father's Day at the Kelderman home were their son, Nick, their daughter, Miss Irene of Seattle, and another' daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barker and two sons of Issa- quah. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis and Miss Laurel were among guests at the wedding of Miss Sharleen Brockway and Mr. Jack Nell Do- herty at the Bethany United Presbyterian Church in Seattle. Mr. Gene Davis was a member of the wedding party. On Sunday, the Davises were dinner guests at the home of their son and wife, the Gene Da- vises, who also entertained her parents, the Dwight Feltons. On June 4, guests at the Frank Kendall home were her parents, the H. N. Kalanquins of Wenat- chee who were overnight guests, Mrs. Kendall's brothers and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kalanquin, Gordon and Debbie, of Renton, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kalanquin, Cheryl, Sharon, Trina and Tara of Everett. The family gathered to see their parents, who left Monday via plane by the polar route for Oslo, Norway for a visit. The Kendalis drove her parents to the airport for their departure. The elder Kalanquins plan to visit Prance, Switzerland, and stop in New York City, Chi- cago and Minneapolis on the way home, with a scheduled return at the end of July. After seeing her parents off on the first lap of their trip, the Kendalls had dinner in Renton before return- ing home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lundquist and daughter, Susan, spent last weekend in Vancouver, B.C. They were celebrating their 20th wed- ding anniversary and meeting her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rowse of Prince Ru- pert, B. C., who had just returned from a trip to Montreal. They also visited a cousin and wife, the Myron Balagnos in Vancou- ver. The Duane Hoiaimens of Seat- tle spend Sunday here with his parents, the Robert Hoialmens. Spending three days with the senior Everett Risens, were their grandchildren, M a r k, NanCy, Frances and Jenifer Risen of Ed- monds. Their parents joined them for dinner on Sunday. On Wednesday, the Everett Risens were guests of the Harold Da- .. Continued an page $ McCain-Chester Nuptials Solemnized T H E At Pretty Church Ceremony June 10 On Saturday evening, June 10, Bellevue Methodist Church was the scene of the marriage of Miss Diane Rosalie Chester, daughter of M:r. and Mrs. Stuart Chester of Lake Sammamish, and Mr. Lawrence Calvin Me- Cain, son of Mrs. Georfle Brown of Lancaster, California. Rev. K. H. Undemvood performed the double ring ceremony in front of two large standards of mixed flowers with touches of lavender. Organist for the ceremony was Mrs. \\;Villiam Everhart of Belle- vlle. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown with a white lace bodice, three-quarter length sleeves, and a short bouf- fant skirt held out by a hoop. IIer waist length veil of ilk il- lusion was held by a hat of tiny seed pearls. The bridal bouquet was made of carnations. IIonor attendant was Miss Lynda Castagno of Issaquah, who wore a gown of lavender nylon with cap sleeves and short bouf- ISSAQUAH fant skirt. She carried white carnations and lavender stock, tied with lavender ribbons. Bilt Sharratt was best man and David Waggoner of Seattle, cousin of the groom, was usher. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Chester chose a gray and white silk organza dress and green orchid corsage. Mrs. George Brown, mother of the groom, was unable to attend the wedding. The groom's grand- mother, Mrs. Mark Waggoner of Issaquah, wore a blue lace frock and an orchid corsage. The reception was held at te home of the bride's parents over- looking Lake Sammamish. The three-tiered wedding cake, top- ped by wedding bells, was cut by the aunt of the bride, Mrs. Ro- bert Sprague, and Mrs. H. L. el- sen, Jr., of Seattle. Mrs. Robert Sprague of Seat- tle poured with Mrs. Paul Bar- tholomew of Issaquah, assisting. Mrs. Norman Peery of Kennydale Issequah, Washington ,,,,,, I/PPER PRESTON NEIVS After the Vasa meeting Satur- day night, friends gave a fare- well party for Mrs. Elsa Nyberg. The Nybergs have sold their home in Bellevue and aremoving to Rockford, Illinois. Mrs. Ny- berg is leaving Friday for Rock- ford, her husband is already there. Mrs. Nyberg visited her daughter in Stockholm last year. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Elfving of had charge of the punch bowl. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sprague and children of Salem, Oregon, aunt and uncle of the bride. The bride's grandfather, Mr. Robert Wyatt ;prague of Seattle, and the groom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Waggoner of Is- saquah. The young couple spent their honeymoon at Lake Chelan and are now at home at the Lake Shore Apartments in Seattle. P R E S S Page 3 Thursday, June 22, 1961 by Mrs. Thomas Ambrose Phone JOhn 6-4233 Seattle visited the Olof Falken- stroms Sunday. Friday, the Fal- kenstroms visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gust Aronson in Willow- ridge. Visiting with Mrs. P. G. Pear- son Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Anderson and Dale of Issaquah. Ross Nyberg spent Saturday night with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nyberg. On Sunday, the Nybergs and Ross went to Issaquah and had Sunday din- ner with Ross' parents, the Er- nest Nybergs. . . Continued on page 6 S-T-R-E-T-C-H YOUR DOLLARS Mark Bellows AIT fAIm mtl GL 4-2429 IlliSIIIMICMIPNIY hllevue Realty Bldg. TONY & JOHNNI['S" FREE PARKING PHONE EX. 2-6717 PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY  JUNE 22 - 23 - 24 PEACHES"'** GARDEN 2V2 SIZE BISQUICK ou.= Darigold Dry Milk Wesson Oil . . PACKAGE 12 QUART SIZE o FRESH PRODUCE 5 LB. CELLO BAG Orancjes EACH SANTA ROSA POUND Plums..... 19' FRESH LOCAL Romaine 2/17' CHOICE MEATS HYGRADE'S FIESTA POUND Skinless Wieners. 49' BAR-S Sliced Bacon POUND . $9' HENRY HOUSE -- 8 LB. AVERAGE POUND IIII I I I III FOLGER'S COFFEE Rump Roast Lb, 65 2 lbs. 1.29 Smoked Picnics . 33' INSTANT, 10oz..... 1.29 Nabisco Thins I BORDEN'S AMERICAN SWISS PIMIENTO VERASHARP Sliced Cheese POUND 69' I . 3/Sl WHEAT, TRIANGLE, RYE, SESAME, BACON, CELERY, CHIPPERS, SALT TANGS AND VEGE- o TABLE OREO Ib.45' Snowdrift SHORTENING 3 POUNDS 69 Baked Beans B"". o, ,.s 4//,I Pineapple Juice s""g4: " ""s 4/001 Issaquah Bread"W'"' L,e..3//89 New Hours-- Men. thru Fri., 8-8 --- Sat., 8 - 6 CLOSED SUNDAYS -- Our hired help likes to go to church and spend " the day with their families PINE LAKE BRIEFS Mrs. Arthur Stolle and Mrs. L A. Lefler attended the State Federation of Garden Clubs con- vention in Bel!ingham from Sun- clay to \\;Vednesday of last week. Mrs. Stolle v:as the delegate from the Pine Lake Garden Club. Mrs. Larry Mark of Pine Lake was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins of Bellevue when they saw "Fiorello" at the Or- Pheum Theatre Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Veelch Watched their granddaughters, Marcie and Michele Podkranic Perform then they danced at the Seattle Masonic Temple in the annual Ivan Novikoff School of bance recital, Friday night. Sat- urflay, the girls went to Port- land to take part in the first Novikoff School of dance recital held at the new Lloyd Center auditorium. Among the dances by Marcie were two solo per- forrnances, a Spanish dance and a toe dance, others were Petit Classique, Pink Roses, a Polka, Kamennoi-olstrow. Michele danced a Can Can Miniature and a Bluebird dance. Mr. and Mrs. Welch, Mrs. Jim l%dkranic and daughter, Marcie and Michele of Maple Valley, and Mrs. Alice Herney and daughter, Mary Alice of Bremerton, made tip the party that went to Port- land. They visited Mrs. Clara Collins while in Portland and on fle return trip Sunday they took a Side trip to Spirit Lake and found it a very beautiful area for Camping. N by Louise Treharne Phone EXbrook 2-6754 Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. O. G. Treharne and granddaughters, Cecelia Anne and Deanna Hauck, were luncheon guests at the home of Mrs. Dan Gould last Wednesday. Pine Lake Garden Club held its regular monthly meeting at the new Richard Anderson home at Beaver Lake, last Wednesday. Mrs. Arthur Stolle gave a report on the State Federation of Gar- den Clubs convention and Mrs. A. P. Patten installed the new officers for the coming year. They are: Mrs. Arthur Stolle, president; Mrs. Phillip Frink, vice president; Mrs. Joseph Moushey, treasurer; and Mrs. Lawrence Mark, secretary. Mrs. Richard .derson, the retiring president, was assisted by Mrs. Patten and Mr. Mark, when ser- xing lunch. Raymond Olding, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Olding of East Lake Sammamish Road, accom- panied the Ed Parker family, also of East Lake Sammamish, when they camped in the Deception Pass area for several days last week. Mrs. W. J. Wristen of Omak is staying at lhe home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lefler, while she is consulting a special- ist in Seattle. Mrs. Jack Forbes, Deborah, Daryll and Dean, and Mrs. Larry Mark, Carol and Kenny, went picnicking at Denny Creek on Tuesday. PUBLIC AUCTION SUNDAY, JUNE 25 a'r I:00 O'CLOCK OF FURNITURE AND MISCELLANEOUS " We Sell on Consignment REDMOND AUCTION TU 5-2791 SIDNEY V. DECKER GRANGE SUPPLY INC. Kills Brush, Weeds, Vines ,o00o. JULDER More Preston . . Continued from page 2 Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. A1 Sly, parents of Mrs. Lloyd Larson. Father's Day dinner guests at the Charles E1ven home were his parents, the Manne Elvens, and her father, Mr. Nels Nelson of Monroe. The junior Charles E1- vens who spent most of last week in Preston, left Friday to attend the American Baptist Convention in Portland. The Lawrence Fredeen family observed Father's Day with din- ner at the Weathervane in Belle- vue. The Einar Lindstroms spent part of the second week of their vacation on a trip to the Olym- pic Peninsula. They left Tuesday and returned home Wednesday, spending the night at Port An- geles. On Sunday, the Lind- stroms were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Draper of Seattle in a belated celebra- tion of Mrs. Lindstrom's birth- day. Spending the weekend in Port- land were Mr. and Mrs. James Skagen. They had a picnic din- ner with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher and son, David, whose house guests they were, and on Sunday, they were dinner guests of Miss Jean Hebert. At the Paul McNamee home. dinner guests on Father's Day were his parents, the Alfred Mc- Namees, and his sister and fam- ily, the John Furstnows. Gary Peterson and his sister, Miss Janet Peterson, are spend- ing this week at Rimrock Bible Camp near Yakima, working as counselors. On Sunday evening, their parents, the Lloyd Peter- sons, visited with the Joe Davis family in Seattle. The Davises are parents of Miss Margaret Davis, who is Gary Peterson's fiancee. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson were guests of their son and family, the Roger Johnsons of Lake Meridian, for dinner on Fa- thefts Day. Others completing the party were the host's sisters and their families, the Algot Bergs, the Leonard Davidsons, the John Hubbards and Miss Edith Johnson. Rev. and Mrs. Dean Miller and Mr. and Mrs. John Hubbard din- ed on Chinese food at the South China Care in Seattle, Wednes- day evening, to celebrate the Hubbards' 14th wedding anniver- sary. Spending the week at the Mil- ler home was Sharon Bell, friend of Janis Miller and daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Bell of Kenmore. Mrs. Einar Lindstrom and Mrs. A. L. Fritzberg were among the guests at a baby shower honor- ing Mrs. Erling Egge of Everett. It was a family party at the home" of the Gerald Fritzbergs in Seattle, Friday night. Nick Kelderman, son of the Carl Keldermans, who is at home for the summer working in this area, has his first teaching as- signment which is at Union High School in Fowler, California. Spending Father's Day at the Kelderman home were their son, Nick, their daughter, Miss Irene of Seattle, and another' daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barker and two sons of Issa- quah. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis and Miss Laurel were among guests at the wedding of Miss Sharleen Brockway and Mr. Jack Nell Do- herty at the Bethany United Presbyterian Church in Seattle. Mr. Gene Davis was a member of the wedding party. On Sunday, the Davises were dinner guests at the home of their son and wife, the Gene Da- vises, who also entertained her parents, the Dwight Feltons. On June 4, guests at the Frank Kendall home were her parents, the H. N. Kalanquins of Wenat- chee who were overnight guests, Mrs. Kendall's brothers and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kalanquin, Gordon and Debbie, of Renton, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kalanquin, Cheryl, Sharon, Trina and Tara of Everett. The family gathered to see their parents, who left Monday via plane by the polar route for Oslo, Norway for a visit. The Kendalis drove her parents to the airport for their departure. The elder Kalanquins plan to visit Prance, Switzerland, and stop in New York City, Chi- cago and Minneapolis on the way home, with a scheduled return at the end of July. After seeing her parents off on the first lap of their trip, the Kendalls had dinner in Renton before return- ing home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lundquist and daughter, Susan, spent last weekend in Vancouver, B.C. They were celebrating their 20th wed- ding anniversary and meeting her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rowse of Prince Ru- pert, B. C., who had just returned from a trip to Montreal. They also visited a cousin and wife, the Myron Balagnos in Vancou- ver. The Duane Hoiaimens of Seat- tle spend Sunday here with his parents, the Robert Hoialmens. Spending three days with the senior Everett Risens, were their grandchildren, M a r k, NanCy, Frances and Jenifer Risen of Ed- monds. Their parents joined them for dinner on Sunday. On Wednesday, the Everett Risens were guests of the Harold Da- .. Continued an page $ McCain-Chester Nuptials Solemnized T H E At Pretty Church Ceremony June 10 On Saturday evening, June 10, Bellevue Methodist Church was the scene of the marriage of Miss Diane Rosalie Chester, daughter of M:r. and Mrs. Stuart Chester of Lake Sammamish, and Mr. Lawrence Calvin Me- Cain, son of Mrs. Georfle Brown of Lancaster, California. Rev. K. H. Undemvood performed the double ring ceremony in front of two large standards of mixed flowers with touches of lavender. Organist for the ceremony was Mrs. \\;Villiam Everhart of Belle- vlle. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown with a white lace bodice, three-quarter length sleeves, and a short bouf- fant skirt held out by a hoop. IIer waist length veil of ilk il- lusion was held by a hat of tiny seed pearls. The bridal bouquet was made of carnations. IIonor attendant was Miss Lynda Castagno of Issaquah, who wore a gown of lavender nylon with cap sleeves and short bouf- ISSAQUAH fant skirt. She carried white carnations and lavender stock, tied with lavender ribbons. Bilt Sharratt was best man and David Waggoner of Seattle, cousin of the groom, was usher. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Chester chose a gray and white silk organza dress and green orchid corsage. Mrs. George Brown, mother of the groom, was unable to attend the wedding. The groom's grand- mother, Mrs. Mark Waggoner of Issaquah, wore a blue lace frock and an orchid corsage. The reception was held at te home of the bride's parents over- looking Lake Sammamish. The three-tiered wedding cake, top- ped by wedding bells, was cut by the aunt of the bride, Mrs. Ro- bert Sprague, and Mrs. H. L. el- sen, Jr., of Seattle. Mrs. Robert Sprague of Seat- tle poured with Mrs. Paul Bar- tholomew of Issaquah, assisting. Mrs. Norman Peery of Kennydale Issequah, Washington ,,,,,, I/PPER PRESTON NEIVS After the Vasa meeting Satur- day night, friends gave a fare- well party for Mrs. Elsa Nyberg. The Nybergs have sold their home in Bellevue and aremoving to Rockford, Illinois. Mrs. Ny- berg is leaving Friday for Rock- ford, her husband is already there. Mrs. Nyberg visited her daughter in Stockholm last year. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Elfving of had charge of the punch bowl. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sprague and children of Salem, Oregon, aunt and uncle of the bride. The bride's grandfather, Mr. Robert Wyatt ;prague of Seattle, and the groom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Waggoner of Is- saquah. The young couple spent their honeymoon at Lake Chelan and are now at home at the Lake Shore Apartments in Seattle. P R E S S Page 3 Thursday, June 22, 1961 by Mrs. Thomas Ambrose Phone JOhn 6-4233 Seattle visited the Olof Falken- stroms Sunday. Friday, the Fal- kenstroms visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gust Aronson in Willow- ridge. Visiting with Mrs. P. G. Pear- son Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Anderson and Dale of Issaquah. Ross Nyberg spent Saturday night with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nyberg. On Sunday, the Nybergs and Ross went to Issaquah and had Sunday din- ner with Ross' parents, the Er- nest Nybergs. . . Continued on page 6 S-T-R-E-T-C-H YOUR DOLLARS Mark Bellows AIT fAIm mtl GL 4-2429 IlliSIIIMICMIPNIY hllevue Realty Bldg. TONY & JOHNNI['S" FREE PARKING PHONE EX. 2-6717 PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY  JUNE 22 - 23 - 24 PEACHES"'** GARDEN 2V2 SIZE BISQUICK ou.= Darigold Dry Milk Wesson Oil . . PACKAGE 12 QUART SIZE o FRESH PRODUCE 5 LB. CELLO BAG Orancjes EACH SANTA ROSA POUND Plums..... 19' FRESH LOCAL Romaine 2/17' CHOICE MEATS HYGRADE'S FIESTA POUND Skinless Wieners. 49' BAR-S Sliced Bacon POUND . $9' HENRY HOUSE -- 8 LB. AVERAGE POUND IIII I I I III FOLGER'S COFFEE Rump Roast Lb, 65 2 lbs. 1.29 Smoked Picnics . 33' INSTANT, 10oz..... 1.29 Nabisco Thins I BORDEN'S AMERICAN SWISS PIMIENTO VERASHARP Sliced Cheese POUND 69' I . 3/Sl WHEAT, TRIANGLE, RYE, SESAME, BACON, CELERY, CHIPPERS, SALT TANGS AND VEGE- o TABLE OREO Ib.45' Snowdrift SHORTENING 3 POUNDS 69 Baked Beans B"". o, ,.s 4//,I Pineapple Juice s""g4: " ""s 4/001 Issaquah Bread"W'"' L,e..3//89 New Hours-- Men. thru Fri., 8-8 --- Sat., 8 - 6 CLOSED SUNDAYS -- Our hired help likes to go to church and spend " the day with their families