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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1928 The ISSAQUAH PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY TttURSDAY All papers are continued untll an expllatt order Is received for discontinuance, and until all arreatages are rmld. M. A. Boyden, Editor-Publisher LOVE DESFROYS FEAR : There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear; because fear %hath torment. He that feareth is not made in perfect love.--1 John 4:18. PRAYER :--Lord, we will tyust thee and not be afraid. Why should we revere the Crea- tor?- --Rev. 4:1]. Community Church Sunday morning bject: Looking into the personality of the "loved" disciple. ...... Sunday evening subJgct: Balanced Christian life. : Ten have been asked tohave part in the mid-week service this ening. How many will respond? . St. Joseph's Catholic Church Rev. Father Carey, Pastor Services every first and third Sunday at 11 o'clock; every second fourth and fifth Sunday at 9 o'- clock. Sunday school immediately after services. Community Church Rev. Geo. S. Maness, Pastor Sunday Services: Bible School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Jr. Young People 3:00 p.m. Sr. Young People 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:80 p.m. Mid-Week Services: Ladies' Aid Wednesday aft.rnoon. Prayer Service Thursday 7:30 p. m. Girls' Club Friday evening. " 1' ' i,. J ID4i, lr  gh'l thinks tile ll,.'{yllwlsaom of Solomon I| Inslgnlflcant when l|compared wlth the t=, - e .,  smart Sayings of her first beau. 'Notice To Members Of Sammamish Yacht Club There will be found an important meeting of the Lake Sammamish Yacht Club this Thursday evening at the office of the Hepler Motor Com- pany. The principal business to be considered is to arrange for the Re. !gatta to be held on Lake Sammamish July 22. Among the speakers at this meet- ing, three members of the Queen City Yacht Club of Seattle are ex- pected. Every member of the club is urged to attend. The installation of officers is also on the programm. Contractors Are Moving Big, Shovel To Kirkland G. H. Galloway, contractor on ,the Issaquah-Hobart new road, has finished all work with the big steam shovel and is taking it over be- tween Redmond and Kirkland today, where he has secured a contract on a piece of road two and a half miles long. Castagno Bros. have taken a con. tract to gravel the road being fin- ished up here and now have four trucks hauling gravel from the gravel pits north of town. O WEEK-END PAR;rY" ENJOYED AT SULPHL]R SPRING POINT The following parties enjoyed a dance Saturday evening and a pic- nic Sunday, with their children, at Sulphur Spring Point: Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Crawford the Misses Mary and Katheline Lar. osy, Ehner Rudstrom, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Patchins, Mr. and Mrs. Franl, Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rudstrom of Riverton Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sprague of Seattle; Mrs. Or- ton E. June, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Skogman, Mr. and Mrs. John Rud- strom, Mr. ;and Mrs. George Haus- auer of Lake Sammamish; Ms. E. V. Sprague of Seattle. [ Renton Ice Cream Quart Bricks 50c Pint Bricks 25c Cigars and Tobaccos Light Lunches Soft Drinks Lew's Place L. C. Lundberg, Prop, I I II @ Alone or A Loan ? Napoleon, master strategist that hewas, needed an army behind him. You, too, with an army American Dollars fighting for you, can work won- ders. Talk over your plans with our advisor. SAVINGS AT 4 Per Cent \\; Issaquah State Bank, . A STRONG BANK GEORGE M. D. GRAVES DIES i -mi AT HIS HAPPY VALLEY HOMEi=-- Mr. George M. D. Graves, for years I=_. a prominent resident of Happy Valley i -- (tied at his home Monday. [= r--- Mr. Graves was born in Michigan December 29, 1847. In his home state, at Fort Huron, he acted as _= chief of police for twelve years and -__- as U. S. Marshal seventeen years. He took a prominent part in community life in Happy Valley Grange. Surviving relatives are his widow, Mrs. Annie L. Graves, a daughter, - Mrs. W. R. Symmonds of Hollxwood, ---- California; a son, Bayard S. Graves - of Ohio, three grand children and a great grand daughter. . Funeral services will be held at 2 ()'clock this afternoon at Happy Val- _ - ley Grange hall, interment at Kirk-.  land cemetery. O AGED RESIDENT OF SAM- MAMISH DIED SATURDAY Mr. Peter Benson passed away Sat- - urday at the home of his grand daughter, Mrs. Olaf Anderson, at Sammamish. Mr. Anderson was born in Sweden, -=-- June 20, 1952. He came to America forty-eight years ago and to this val- ley about thirty-eight years ago. He, is survived by his grand daughter, Mr.s Anderson? and two grand sons, his wife havmg preceded him ten (ears ago. Funeral services were held in Com- munity Church Tuesday afternoon, Rev. G. S. Maness officiating. In- terment in the family plot at Red- mond, F. A. Fisher, funeral director. o MRS. ALEX MCKINNON DIED IN SEATTLE LAST MONDAY Mrs. Alex McKinnon died in Se- attle General Hospital Monday even- ing, following an operation about ten days ago. Mrs. McKinnon was in her fiftieth year and is survived by her widower and one son, Daniel T. McKinnon. The funeral will be held in Belling- ham this Thursday afternbn. o Buy your boy tools. Always let him find out what he won't be when he grows up. Mid Summer Specials p[rl , Ladie's point house dresses, size 1 to 3 ...................... $1.06 Ladle's tub silk dresses ...... $4.95 Ladie's rayon vests, cblors orchid, pink, peach ............ 2 for $1.00 Ladies; rayon bloomers, green, orch- id, pink ...................... 98c New Summer Hats, just arrived for ladies, in all color combinations.. .............. $1.95 to $2.95 Childrens' Kute Kut Playalls in Kahki and Blue ............ $1.25 Men's Athletic suits, special . .$69c Boys' wash suits in two cohw com- bination, price ...... $1.25 to $1.95 81 by 90 Seamles, Sheet,, free of dressing, special ......... $1.00 each Pillow case, 42 x 36 25c and 35c ca. Men and women's cool bathing suits for hot summer (lays, all prices froln ................ $1.00 to $6.95 n Men's 220 Denim Bib Overalls .... ........................ $1.29 Blue Cambric work shirts for men, guaranteed to weal" .... 59c and 89c Men's sox, priced from 121/c to 49c a pair  While one-half of the world is out looking for old horseshoes and four- leaf clovers, the other half is doing the world's Work. .________* Patronize your local merchants MADE OVER SHOES A pair of shoes back in service again! May we not repair some )f your shoes that now look as if they were ready to discard? Good quality leather plus first-class workmanship results in'a pair of shoes that are practically new. Let the shoes you have now do more work FRED CUSSAC "The Home of Good Shoes" i ,, ]Low Summer [:ares at4 Good on the North Coast Limited yOU will enjoy your trip East through the historic ,Land scenic Northern Pacific country on this luxuri- ously appointed train, now on a new, fast schedule to Chicago. Low round trip summer excursion tickets permit liberal stopovers. Return limit October 31st. May we help you wlth your plans? Northern Pacific Ry. ## "'First of the Northern Transcontinentals m , ,, ,+ ,+, ;: :: %;+: : : . . ....... ] _ VERYBODY in the Northwest is in- vited to Seattle the second week of August. That's Exposition Week, Fleet Week, the "Big Week" of the year for Seattle and the entire Northwest. During that week Seattle prepares a spcclal pro- gram of entertainmenLfor her thousands of visitors. The Exposition, now in its fifteenth year, is the chief attraction. This yearit is held in the new University of Washington Athletic Pavilion, with nearly three acres of floor space--300 colorful, interesting booths of products manufactured and .sold in the Northwest. The Exposition is staged primarily for the Merchants of the Northwest and tickets to all attractions are issued to them--free. But M/are invited to share in the pleasures of this gala week. Come/Join with us in this great Festlval of Progress. Merchants! Meet the heads of concerns and depart- ments you do business wigh throughout the year. Special discounts during Exposition week. Plan now to be with us. / PROGRAM MarhteShow-Marine merchandise, models, etc. British Royal/lit" Force Band-(Sun- day, Alg. 5)-only U. S. concert. Nawal Display by warships io the Seattle harbor. Boat Races on Lake Washington. Swlmr:s'ng Race. Yacht Parade. SO'le Shows--In test styles, bathing girls, etc. Over 40 models. Noo v L/tnvheons -Educational talks and cn tertaitluet. 17he Cncert Orchestra, Baseball-Seattle vs. Oakland. Boxing Boztts- Fleet Championship. Horseshoe Pitching Contest for State Championship. IVhippet Races-- 40 of the West's fastest dogs, and--as a climax-- The lllnminated Oriental Pa&eant concluding with big Fireworks Display. You Can't Afford to Miss Itl A certain national directory, de- scribing the products of the town of la Elon College, N. G. says: "College! town; tobacco." the tobacco. Good Glasses for Less Money Many a house falls to pieces when creditor takes a lien on it. Well, that explains Aviators are supermen: they rise abov othr motorists' troubles. Buy Your G:asses From the Maker Pahlon%l It's biill for 'our liealih to gii Latest I+ without llliislelt when needPd or Vogue in IEll'ililll, Prlild It, wr glassl.s thai nil IonFer 81)eetat'le Oi.iuglinal fit vonlft, llably. 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