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August 3, 1933

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PAGE FOUl{ THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO, WASHINGTON ( DR WILLIAM HOLLAND ~ More Budget ] Community Church q DENTIST |! (Continued from page one) 0- ----------------~ 0 ~ w..:.. .. ~ j[ __ Last Sunday was an 1deal church l I ~,xamlna~;lon ~ree , [ Free Exhaction with Plate J Computator, Corn l Dept ..... 246.00 day; good Sunday school profusion l | or ~ridge Work J lTypewriters' rental ............... 96.0, of flowers, splendid music and de-i ]Phone 602 Issaquah, Wash. [I -- lightful services. : k. J $ 542.00 In the evening a group of Seattle i ....................... "~ - Warrant Account young people presented the service, i DR. D. R. HILLERY |!Interest ............................ $1300.00 after which all pre~ent (nearly (:)nell PtlYSICIAN and SURGEON | |Balance due on new ttigh |hundred) enjoyed a social hour with i __ J! School ahove bonds voted 2478.00 i refreshments in the church parlors, i $' 7 ] Office In Bank Bufldmg | | ~OI "The Romance of Ruth," a book[ ~,~-- . " review, will be given next Sunday at! j Phones: Ofllce 142 Resldence 143[ Budget Account ........ ! \ ....... ~ ) . [ l 1 :uu. Drlng your guesgs, bun(lay ', .... General control .................... $ 380"00'school at 10. No evening service as ATTORNEY Cost of instruction ............ 22,700.00 we want to attend the camp meeting| Cost of operatmn .................. 4105.00 at Lake Sammamish. ' I I J. LAEL SIMMONS / In Issaquah Evenings - SaturdaysJ Phone 593 Evenings ] Phone 43 Saturdays J "It Pays to Look Well" PAUL'S BARBER SHOP Special attention to Ladies' and Children's haircutting ---o-- Shaving Material -~-o-- Sunset Highway, Issaquah. Cost of maintenance ............ 2258.00 ................. I Cost of auxiliary agencies....5450.00t There will be a basket picnic o;,i Capital outlays ..................... 542.00 the grounds. The committee on av-j Warrant account .................... 3778.00 .. rangements will furnish ice cream,[ $39,213.001eoffee, sugar and cream. There w#ll Pioneers' Picnic Of Renton And Vicinity Sunday, Auguest 13th, the ninth annual gathering of the pioneers of Renton,, Newcastle, Issaquah, Black Diamond, Maple Valley, Taylor, O'- Brien, Bryn Mawr, Renton Junction, Kent, Cedar River Valley and Oril- lia will be held at Henry McDon- ald's Park on Cedar River, one mile be old time music, sports and danc- ing, and prizes will be given to the oldest pioneels on the grounds. i Prominent speakers will be on the program, which will start at 12:00 noon at the pavilion. Attend and meet old friends you haven't seen for twenty years. Pio- neers who have resided in King County twenty-five years or more are eligible. Come and bring your friends. Exchange Ads are resmt- getters east of Cedar Mountain. and are ,inexpensive. Use them. PRICES you may never see again ! Everything's going up In price. Hereare theattrae- tively low prices at which you can still buyGoodyear Tires today. GOODYEAR PATHFINDER 4.40-2:1 $5.55 4.50-20 ALL.WEATHER 4.40-21 $7.20 4.50-21 Specials for Friday & AUG 4 & 5 Another Chance. 15-lb. Boxes Eastern Washington, Sun: Ripened Lbs. 6.00 4.50-21 6.30 4.75-19 6.70 5.00-19 7.20 5.00-20 7.45 7.99 4.75-19 8.4O 5.00-19 9.99 5.25-18 10.00 5.50-19 11.50 TItURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1933 MORE SAFETY in the tread The safest tread is the one that can stop your car the quickest. Goodyears stop quicker than any other tire. 10% quicker than the second best. Up to 77~ quicker than others. Tests on wet pave- ments prove it. Why not buy the safest tire ? MORE in the plies Goodyears give you safety in every ply--because every ply is built with patented Supertwist cord--and every ply runs from bead to bead. Ask to see a Super- twist demonstration and see for yourself why it means more safety in every ply. MORE MILEAGE Bus fleets know mileage. And bus fleets using Goodyear Tires re- port 97~o more mileage than they got five years ago. Goodyears for your car have the same improve- ments that made this extra mile- age possible. PATHFINDER Sales Service Issaquah Phone 412 Washington WE DO OUR PART New tds Mad. size---For Juice Sugar at Whole- sale Prices! Per lb. e, doz. 10 . ~o~.~ error, in that the defend- i with the thirty-cent boy driving a ant was not represented at the time [five thousand dollar automobile, is he petitions were checked. Mr. tpassing out of the picture. That we Case gave notice that a recheck would | must work to use humanity as effI- |. lAllJl/dn ~lbe made within the prescribed ten ciently as we do the machine and ~|day,s but the defendant sent no rep-[bring for ourselves a decade of ord- :2HIresentative to this count, though l lorly prosperity And nowhe, do. Nailey's Best Quality, in Bulk, Per Pint ..................... ..qijothers interested were present, l he see a better field for this work ~, And thus the case is again mark- than right here in Issaquah, and the ling time until Monday's hearing, tprincipals of Kiwanis is a stimulus SP/ IT| ~lwhen it will beuptthe curt tifrbuildingtheprperbackgrund .... ! itlrlll! ) ~m, ~ ~ I"~, Oz. ~fsay whether or not the proceeding[ or what he terms the gold within our. INl:LLI -- Pkgs. |[shall be continued. [selves. ~j The court hearmg Monday will be| Hans Forster passed the cigars on Imported Style Salad Macaroni, Seashell, Alphabet, ~J through affidavits only, from which lthe strength of the new heir recently Egg Noodles, etc. -- ~[the judge will decide whether oz" nOtlcoming into his family . condltmns justify an electron ~[ " [ President Wold announced that the ~l ~ [next meeting of the Sunset Highway More Dame Picnic [association will be in Ellensburg on ~' (Continued from first page)I Labor Day County and state officals will also| be guests for the day and plans a~' FIRWOOD PICNIC Soaks Clotlms Vghiter, Large Package........................ sure a worthwhile and interestingThere will be a picnic at Firwood day. "Record" Pack, 5-OZ. CAN ........... ,,Miller's" , and 3 PKGS .... .... I Cream I.e. ,,tIF| Maxwell House", 4-LB. CAN ................. , FiLA Labor, Time, PER PKG.. 97% Caffeine Extracted, LB. CAN.. Buy Nowl Before Taxl SNOWLIKE 49-1b. sack ..... III s,,..,,: 1 49-1b. sack : .... I I }peeial Prices by the barrel till milled and guaran- teed by Centennial Mills I I ! Ambassador Brand; Excellent Quality More Recall i MORE ABOUT KIWANIS Park, west side of Lake Sammamish, (Continued from first page) i Sunday, August 6. Good swimming (Continued from page one) j if true, are not sufficient to warrant simple life as there is no background beach, sports, eats. Finnish Nation- the recall election. They also claim for humanity in the jazz age, which, al Club, free admittance. l-lb. Can Best Quality; Yellow Label Orange Pekoe Pkgs. The meeting is to be in the form of a huge picnic All will bring their lunches----there will be free ice cream for the kiddies and free coffee for everyone. There will be dancing and the usual picnic features. For fur- ther information, call Leo Reed of !Redmond. Buy--and save, in Issaquah. PURE RAW MILK AND CREAM Phone F244 MORNING DELIVERIES Issaquah Valley Dairy Greenwood Cemetery Greenwood Cemetery has single graves as low at $10 to $20, not perpetual care, but some care. Perpetual care graves, $25 to $50. Concrete markers furnished with each grave, free. Telephone Retnon 55 RENTON, WASH. F. A. FISHER, FUNERAL DIRECTOR FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES Our most considerate attention is at your disposal at all times Calls answered day or night ISSAQUAH, WASH. KING COUNTY WELEARE BOAI 1935. ..... L ,,. -- " ,,.i , ,| ,, i ,. m- Fruit Flavored; Very Popular (3 L Answer to Last Week s Ad--The vmce of a ventrfioqumt ]s l)roduced in his ' ............ ,' ' ' MARCH. "" App-.IL. MAY. : ...... JUNE. JULY. ~] Welfare Board since the state administration took over relief work in February. The peak in the county was ~,|tl|dlt~l|tl~l~l~ilh~l|ih~ll]t|tbhll~t|~l~l~d~bh~ld~lllll~|t[jh|~i|sl|nl.|l~[ l|t|t0|llh~lhh|ll|t|tS|l|~llllllLiLlllll[t~| reached March 25 when 70,947 unemployed, families were being served. Seattle reached its greatest number --57,670 on the same date, but districts outside Seattle did not reach their peak until April 9~9, when 16,649 persons ":ere on the rolls. Large reductions since June 1 for this community were announced yesterday.