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THURSDAY,: JULY 27, 193:L . ............ ,,-r,- ....... ,, T~iE i~SAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KIN~I CO., WASHINGTON __ , .......... _ .... .... ,, ,, PAGE THREE LOCAL AND PERSONAL honor Thursday. at a beach party at Ailed Stagg and Ed. Kreuger, all or'1 Sunday School Picnic .............. " ..... I !Lake Sammamish. Among the other Seattle, were dinner guests at the Dr. ,, ,. . . ~. ..~ ...................... | ,~,~sv. Ba~h left last evening, t ,r'-;h ~., , ~, oi, guests, were ..... Rae and Shirley Castag- W E Gibson home. last evening. , nero ____at Larme t.amp II'tL IbSA~UAH IHI~AIRI< | be the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. no, Gloria Armstrong, tlelen Grimes ...... * * ..... I The Commu~i'-- o~...o~ o.._.,_..I .............................................. [ Joe Mueller, at Canyon Creek Lodge, and Raymond King. ,aeK. P~uK,renen ,so.n the ~.r:l~.lschoo1 held its ~n~ua~"~'ien'ie:tu~[ fOe ~ S'00 P M 2Se | Glanite I alls fm a couple of weeks I , run wnue vern llOWell is on vacation., r~ v I 1 .... m " " "' i ........... * * * I Pine camp % ednesday. Nearly two[ ................................................................... l * * ~m's. hew nmwwm an,t mrs. i~arry - [ ........ ~1 ~'HURDAv FRIDAY an~ S--TUn~AY JULv ...... m Mrs William Trigg is visiting rel-Nixon s .......... i With seventeen members in attend- nunoreo people attenaeu. xne lssa-I ~ o z. u a au , x ~i. ~o, ~ ! -, ~ ~ :. .'l)ezlt ~unuay at iVlt Ka ner [1 m drives in Portl md this week ~. ... . .... ance, the Seattle Orthopedic Auxil- quah Transportation Co. again kind-, 1 66r~ T Itm , t9 l ~- ' [IYIIS. iNIXOn recently reT.urnetllrom a . . , . , , * : .., . ..... " ....... lary held thmr annual meeting at the,ly donated the use of their trucks mi line iron l1aster I The force fromthecounty treas- V::~:2 vmt wlt,~re:drives In mtLenhart home up the valley Fridaylbringingthe children to and from the' 1 (Reginald Denny-J. Farrell McDonald) | urer's office has arrangedto picnicI " . of last week. Mrs. Lenhart is a mem-lLake. [ __ _ _ I ,,, NNI,EI~; i O N a:t ecru2 :~::t ed l . ~~:!:i~l'~ [ Miss Ella Schwarze of Bellingham TOO MU~ tl GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY! 1 ...... .I, lS a~ gu'est of irja iaunus at,,herove " p G S UNDY"/*' ER ' TCOM N" 1 ' g~~,l~l~i~ |l' ' J STRANGER IN BAD SPOTII Renew Divine Contacts [ | " [~~ItH~!~ Ilfather's farm in the west arm of I[ ....... / u _~~~Uil~;:'.'wzail I, . ,, , . , ~ |l Keeover Spn'ztual Life [ 1 lithe vauey, l Marshal Legg experienced diffI-/I Res-cet the I ord's Da.. [ 1 '~~~~ |[ A group of six girls, Ethel Johnson, t 1 v " m " ~, th ..... ~ a~' R p ]1 v ~ ~ ] . t . ,ca t In akln~, ..... r: .......... . . . . " r n Recharge Spnltual Batteries Midge Thomas Beatrice Neukl che , es 1 ~~,; I] " ' " [Jam , a stranger here, who dropped [/ " [ | ~'~11~~ ][Ruth Haines, Margaret and Mary Ann|into town Saturday evening under// Re,,onsecrate Your Perssonality | Gmmes, enjoyed a week's camping at zn c ' 2 | r-~~ '_ . -- ~-~ - -_~-_-~:! ....1[ " " ' [the " fluen e of drink. He resistea[ " ....... ::_Z_-:2-- ,__:::.::V-- 2______ , . Sunset Grove, zeturnmg home Men es 1 , ~ ~ I/ " " "tarr ~t and showed fight and Jack[ K= day They were chaperoned by Mrs .... 1 ": ......... |[ .~used his billy quite effectively in] 1 ~ . J lrT . |[Pepkee, who with her infant daughter[subduing him. tie was later turned[ Away on Vacation / :xparzmenz l-JtOlel Ills the guest this summer of her par-lover to deputies from Seattle [ . ~ yet as near to you as your | ~ -- _ I|ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Ilume. / | ~lil~ ~ ~ !" ~ ...... l Seattle s Finest Downtown Apartment Hotel I/ * * * / PROHIB~ZATION I ~ "l" ~ ~4~ l~ ~'~ ~ ~i~ l n~atr nlnrw TO STAGE DEPOT h A marriage license was issued in] ............ [ / v**.-- ~..v,....~ II ~ .~ ~. 'n + A.~h uo,,,,~ | A meeting OI pronlmtlon leaoers| | Close to the Shopping Centers and Theatres I] a~':d~Wi:infred'"cYrmn:"~AU[,;'mZa'ny /Was held at Renton Monday evening| l"~~ A'~~ 1 ............ 1 50 sin le ~2 00 double |lfriends extend heartiest congratula-[t ~"gamze this 31st D,s.tmct, and/ ~~#.~[/~t~~l / l~aity with ~atn--Degmnmg a ~ . g ' ~ " | tio~- |.the ~wo dry oemgates wut oean-| ~~l~d~a~l | Daffy without bath--beginning at $1.00 single, $150 doubl It , , , Inounced shortly. | 1 Apartment suites with full hotel service, daily-- II l,v to 'D d v"i od " g I ~ / ~~'-'~]lJ~l . _~ne_t~ Me_onal_ _is t__ m _eat- - / beginning at $2.50 for one person, $3.00 for two persons I/ ........... [ LEAVE~ FUR VISIT IN UTAH I :~i~iil~- - -I/ I"/I | 11 tie last weeg as ~ne gues~ oI l~everly ~. v [ ~ II~ ~--~-~li~.l1 l Low Weekly and Monthly Rate. I/Moss. * * * Mrs. C. J. Boyden left Saturday for~ ~.d~.. |~i~J '~ ill[ ~/I .................................. |] The Misses Lorraine Darst and a visit with her pai'ents and other[ " . .]ll~, -~?'~!~l / "'*oo WILL LIKi~, 1121"- CLARI~MUINI'" |tMarie Western, with Ivan Darst andlrelatlves' " m" Ogden, Utah. She pan,|l IL%~// /'~11 | FOURTH AT VIRGINIA SEATTLE, WASmNGTON II ill Castagno, drove to Mr. akerlto be away four or We weeks. | .~ _ |lSaturday. They then ferried to Portl .... ~ ............. l ...~i~';~. ~"-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'~[ I~t~, ,,~L~b,'~.I/O . Jill ....................................... |Angeles where they spent the week-[ HIGH POINT [ ~]~,~~. ]~,~'~;~"~/~//l[ lillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I end with relatives, returning home by l~' PK[/MIII | -- [iway of Hood's Canal. I Ed Husby and Pete Pilquist left on/~'~. k /~ ~lrAI/~l~ br~Jil / I .. ..... I l i ..... * *, * , . [Monday for Sumner, where they ex-,~ " - ~-I~'x~~~li,.tJ~ ~i~l| l l1 U~~V~I II. xnea. t). narrm zamny are spena-lpect to work in the berry fields" ! :~.'~i~,~$1~~ lng the week camping a~ ~unset " ~,~ / Ir~~ KAI I l l 17I 1 II 1[ , , , Wallace Nelson of Seattle is spend- ~~~t~[~'~/~l~" /, I~ ~ Wl _ ' - - | I[GrM Ro- Westb" and Miss Lau i ing a few days at the Nels Nelson'/~.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.~~~1~"f~" "/ i lie 1 :reen Westby of Auburn were the nose tn s e . | I[guests of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Reese Several of the young people or ~'/- ~'~, . .- .... o -. | | i at their Lake Sammamish home las[High Point are camping at Lakel ~ Chat today wzm zarnuy /~ ---d maad f llweek The Westb s lived in I lSammamish while attending the B,-i ~l~/J _ y ssa- " " " /small t;nange is Ilquah-fifteen years ago. ble Conference there. .i and friends m / _ I I , * , I Lloyd Tallman spent the week ena/ ~]~'~' " I . i . . ,~ "'~ " / 1~11~- ~...~o.. ~, Eh= I, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Haflstone, lw~th home folks before returmngto/ I~'~"I ~ ~ I~1[ ~rIL'~'T 11" .i ~r~'~ / ,ii,,~,i,~,,~ JLy..ii.Vml~ ~ ~ ~ | ] Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson and son ]Lester, where he is employed. [ .~. J -/-I 1 11 .iL4 ~ J~ii J~ l ..... ....... I IDuglas attended a large family pie-I ~rs. #. rorsberg and children 0f/ ~--. ....... l Are you small-change consclous, we at] are, mese I hie at Cottage Lake, Sunday. Aberdeen are snendina a few days at] It means a lot to them, and to you. And when you go on | days. And that's why you'll find EBA'S MUTUAL i[ " [the O. Berglund homehere. " I your own vacation, telephone hed for rrngements. 1 vaiues to your liking. For your loose nickels, dimes I I MORE MUST CURTAIL [ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hogback of Pres-] u" ano" quarters" ,~r"lll ........ cove, a multitude of worthwhile ,,11 (Continued from first page)" ton spent Monday evening at the A.] . _ " ", ..... ' ..... Just come and see I lbe able to issue relief vouchers zn[Hogbaek home here. | The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company oargalns at lvtu u 1 f " | [the same amounts as during thel , ......... . / for yoursel .............. Ilmonth of July, those on relief will,[ ........................ ::-~~= ~'next week, be faced with the prob- == l These nrmes annly for FRI., SAT. and MON. i, . I / =- ~ I]lem of finding other means to sup-I ceive for the next two months. 0 , , 0 /I I I Blend I) IPEOPLE'S EXCHANGE II 0 ..... 0 | I, Ii I FLOUR I]state Farm Mutual Auto Insurance[ YOU SHOULD KNOW THE FACTS' / ,u ................. i ~ v I 1 ...... I/ State Farm Life Insurance I ~ "~ ~ * /I _ .. AO I I l/ Legal Reserve Insuranee , 10 our uustomers. I ...1 I/Phone -F-2 c.W. Peters, Agent[ You hear a lot these days about public utilities. Maybe too much about them that isAvailable to any one at Low Cost 1 ~ 1 ~ I/~-~-~~ presumably bad and not enough that is good. Of course, politicians must have issues; | Borden's Processed 1 10db. Bag ...... I'i I[ er story of Odd Fellows Hall. A largel some require imaginary monsters to fight and hound dogs full of fleas to kick around; l CHEESE ~A i| mercantile room in choice location. ] somebody must be blamed for the depression---some evil influences must have caused / 1 1 5-lb. Bag ......... ][See Dr. Gibson, Issaquah. -] it; $omebody must he the goat, somehody must be pilloried in the markez place. 1 Pkg. I [ i III D~' ~tt~v [ And so today we find public utilities "on the spot," the objects of attacks. They / Sea Breeze MINCED CLAMS, 2 cans................ 25c I III ~-dP~"~P'E'OX-~- Iill ",. being bombarded with charges of high rates, tax dodging, for having robbed the l .... ooo I llll s-ffa oga h-"":"- Ill p.opl, of theirheritage and for almost everything else imaginable. Public utilities, like 1 IIIII ~"~a~c~] ..... ~s~lll all other business, and governments as well, are run by human beings, subject to ' Itlll ................. Lge. 2 Cans Broken Slice PINEAPPLE, 2 for 25c Sh'a mpoo in 2_m .... frailties and, of course, mistakes have been made. OVALTINE, 50c size for 37c -- $1.00 size for 77c |[111 FJ 2gerwave .... I will frankly admit that this company has made mistakes, it is not perfect by any / .... . ...... I llil ...... ~o,. lli means, but I also feel that the good it has done to advance the social and economic / MILK, Carnation Tall Cans, 4 cans for 21c IIIII we~ wave ........ g,~lll ................. . ................ m i ul v.,- .,,-,, .,, . -., m weizare oz our people zm~outwelgns its aelinquencies, it is dmgent;y striving to correct ~enna I~aCK ...... l.t~ . . " . . V'O C--p' POR~ ~O ~~pe~ can ......... ~o,,,,oo~,,~.----"O~O~o..~~------ III "--" ~'o''d'~" ~,,.~..v~. ~oo ~.w ~. ~o~ o,,~..~.~,.,,o. ~ II m ~e~n~ _.. .... e - ~..~.~-.,~a-- w ...... _ railing gain~t th;- or that is quite pastime, but if you know the other fellow, get hiSK~ KIPPERED SNAC , p r can 5c omt of view see what he m u a amst well he ma not seem to be such a bad sort / , :............................. I1~-~Las-,.,.~,, ,., ...... - p . , . P g" --- , Y I I ~ after all Aad so I hope it is wkh this company / Pure Cider Bulk VINEGAR, per gallon .............. 19c ' | BULK SALAD- OIL, per qu art 23c , l,nnlaUaldMLi I have faith in the fairness of people once they know,the facts. It is up to us to 1 ...... "........................ :." 1.2Jlll Y - .C Hml. [urnish you with the information to enable you to intelligently decide on the merits of .[ Lge. Pkg. RINSO, for more suds ........................ 19c --s~lll our ~m~ and as to whether you would be better off with or without us. The dech must I ~,~,r v,~.nz~ nr q' q'r E 12 it. #.... llW'~d/// I1 be cleared of passion and prejudice. Therefore, I am going to wr'te you from time to / - tune mrougn me memum ot me press on matters wmcn t teet are ot vlta~ concern to you | Assorted CANDY BARS AND GUM, 3 pkgs ..... 10c l~i~a\ ~ I as customer of this company and a user of electricity. Regardless of who has the privi. i ~ , ~ ~ I lel~ of ate-ring you, we fully appreciate that you are entitled to the best service at the / Staleys I\v lowest po bh **t, / CORN STARCH I , /;,ID tlUi s,o.,,,,.. / OLD HEIDELBERG - - m . [ Pure Refined Cane , ISSAQUAH_ 342 P. $.--About 16,000 of your frtend~ and neighbors have over $20,000,000 of thek 2 SUGAR We Dehver .vln~ iav.t~d h~ thi~ company. . / 10 ' 'for' 47o Entrance Issaquah Park ' "ii i FOR" RETAIL iCE STA?ION " Hours 7 a. rn, to 8 p. In. Manufactured by : American Labor V . [] __ Everett s ICE Dehvery =