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= Congratulations Darigold and Dr. Milk ,., from one old-time  business to another!  Puget Sound Baking Co. Miller, since 1888 Bakery Tea Room Hi-Lo Center 355 Gilman Blvd. 392-1341 392-1700 I Congratulations Darigold on your 75 years of service. sS.00 OFF ALL BATTERIES We are proud to sell your fine products. Olewon Bill's Chevron PMIRIE M]KEET. ,oo. 25 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 392-3020 m N.W. Gilman Blvd., Issaquah TIME WISE I 1- 3 GROCERY-DELI 0000Io,t9,, 9, :.: , ' " 8109377 & .,,O(.t 7 dr/.,. J U N E IS Congratulations Darigold Workers load cottage cheese into crates A massive storeroom keeps dairy products cold DAI RY MONTH On Your 75th Anniversary . FESH nLK..Z%...$U ga,on in Issaquah/ Journey through Dangold c.,c00c.00.c0.s " " 1scoop...55' 2scoops...$1.00 195 FrontSt. N., Ct. B, Issaquah "'""' " Happy 75th, Oarigold 454-5388 222-7114 392-6401 to a king-sized electric government as well as one- milk. scorching on the bottom, them in red crates, are packed for shipment to chum. From a,tubecoming pound blocks for one- In still another room, When the process is Finally, cream and skim grocery stores. off the churns side drop ounce pats for grocery skim is poured into: five through, the whey will be go to the mixing room. BB blobs of butter as big as stores and restaurants, fifty-foot vats. Steam rushed drained and the curd rinsed. There, they are blended to All Darigold products end COllgTatu|atlOll bread loaves. The blobs ac- Buttermilk, a byproduct through the tanks double A cream dressing is added specifications and become up in one of two enormous cumulate in a vat, produc- of the churning process, walls, heating the skim until to the curds and the mixture either sour cream or yogurt, refrigerators located near DARIGOLD ing a chunk of butter the squids out of the side of the it begins to separate into is pumped into plastic Dari- Both are exposed to the rear of the plant. These On Your 75' Year! sizeof a sofa. An eight-inch machine and " is held in curds and whey. Men and gold containers by an bacteria cultures and allow- monsters are the size of rotating screw forces the another, smaller vat before women dressedincompany automatic packer. Around ed to ferment in special, high school gymnasiums, :o butter into tubes where its finding its way back to the white walk up and down it, workers move as fast as temperature-controlled with hundreds of dairy " taken to the packing sec- evaporator. The company the floor, stirring the bubbly the machine, grabbing up rooms. Later, fruit flavoring crates lining the high steel  tion. There,blocksDarigoldformakesthe produces both powdered mixture with rake-like tools, the sealed cottage cheese is added to the yogurt and walls. Overhead, three-foot_   68-pound skim and powdered butter- keeping the curds from containers and stacking both itandthesourcream ContinuedonPgge7 Congratulations . DARIGOLD. THE ISSAQUAH PRESS 1305 Gilman  : Blvd. .rs6419761 WecarryacompleteDangold. lineproductsOf Issaquah . Hi-Lo: Center 392-,6414 recording Issaquah's00 history of its people, its growth, and its industry since 1900 Notable dates: 1862 L. B. Andrews takes up first coal claim here. 1864 First scowload of coal taken out by way of the lakes and Duwamish River. 1867 Thomas Silas Sloane, first paid teacher. 1867 or 1868 Farm produce shipments start. 1868 Original Wold hop plan- tings. 1869 Seven votes cast here in county election. 1870 William Pickering ap- pointed first postmaster. 1874 Alpha Grange organized 1881 George W. Tibbetts builds store, hotel and starts Newcastle stage line. 1887 Isaac Cooper saloon, first frame building in town. Seattle Coal & Iron Company is formed to develop mines here. 1888 First townsite platted. Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern Railway built. First coal shipped. Issaquah Water Company organized. 1889 Odd Fellows Lodge organized. 1890 First church built here. 1892 Gilman incorporated. Ci- ty Hall erected. 1900 Issaquah Park townsite platted. W.W. Sylvester bank opened. Issaquah Independent founded. Telephone exchange organized with two subscribers following year. 1903 lssaquah Mill Company incorporated. 1908 Northwest Milk Condens- ing Co. founded. 1911 First graduating class of two at Issaquah High School. 1914 George Wilson Tibbetts opens first auto agency. 1915 First Issaquah brick school buiding put up. 1917 Issaquah High School ac- credited. 1923 City takes over water system of 339 taps for $16,000. 1925 Front and Mill Streets paved.