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The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, August 10, 1983 - Page :3 Old library takes a second move The old library building spent its last moments on Memorial Field Monday morning, but at 6 a.m. movers were busy tow- school, but when It was no longer needed, 12 local men including Bill Flintoft, John Brady, John Peters, Albert Jensen ink the building to its new home about a half mile away. Left, the building rolls its first few inches, with the new library in the background. Center, it rounds the corner onto Sunset and right, makes a very tight squeeze over the Sunset bridge before reaching its final destination on Newport Way. The building was first used as the cafeteria at Issaquah High I more time for gracious dining rooms used to be pride and here that her were most en- Was here that her were dis- good china that a wed- silverware and tablecloth that Years to make. Y meals were m the kitchen, holidays, sat down to more in the dining was something and extravagant a room which once a week. It of Victorian .use the dining anymore; not a Week. I guess .ilding them in- but it of space to me. changed so in front of mostly, or on take-out from a Kentucky specials. a lot too. or chicken on the used to be event of the week. was company, but even Fred Marler when the family dined alone, it was a major event. Pre- parations began as soon as Mum got home from church, and dinner was served in the early afternoon, around one o'clock. Menus for Sunday dinner were as varied as the diners themselves, but roast beef or fried chicken was always a good bet. The even- ing meal was a light supper, like sandwiches made of the leftover roast beef. Sunday dinners usually be- gan with grace. The kids were rounded up, scrubbed until they shined and herded into the dining room. The whole family sat down to dinner, all at once, all at the same table. It was sort of a family hour, heerstaff wins superior ratings it gave fathers a chance to get re-acquainted with their kids, to take an interest in their grades, or their projects, or their baseball team. It gave mothers a chance to do a lit- tle bragging about them. It gave the kids fits! There was no way you were going to get back to the ball field until the thing was over. You were trapped, and the only way out was to clean up your plate. The only bright spot was the hope for lemon pie for dessert. Those Sunday dinners were a little bit of gracious- ness in an otherwise tough life. We don't have them much anymore. We feel de- prived if we're denied access to the television, even to eat our meals. You can barely pry the kids away from them, even to eat Thanksgiving din- ner, and when you do, they behave as if you had denied them their birthright. It seems that our hunger to feed our cultural enlightenment is more intense than our hunger to feed our bodies. I'm not so sure those Sun- .... day dinners would work any- more, anyway. Who would cook them? Most housewives are so busy on Sunday, get- ting ready for work on Mon- day, that they don't have time to prepare a big dinner! High cheer- 25th Annual Washington superior ratings, one of lO r" desig- Cheerleader Conference held schools which received this lg and last monthin Ellensburg. award. and an "ex- The group also received a Girls attending the con- technique leadership pennant for win- ference were Sharon Dean, skills at the ning three consecutive Jennifer Decker, Dawn Gildenuan, Heidi Kayler, Rhonda Kutz, Shannon Ode- - card, Debi Sammann and Lori Saunders. .ANTIQUES*ART*CURIOS and HOME FURNISHINGS DIRECT IMPORTER cERTIFIED APPRAISALS ESTATE SALES HourS: Tuesday-Saturday 10-5 45 W Sunset Way 2O6-392-8OO0 T ad(, irlt r hal)Dual of I,,Jqc),h irl Generation ;lrd ,YOUr child like to belong to a unique IRa) ens performing group which entertains ' aUdien N hd,-- ces twice a month with SI GING like,'USlCAL THEATRE DANCE? Would you Your child fl. to develop showmanship and self- t', 'uence, without the pressure of auditions or ruts wE.. l t' nile learning and having fun? I is available to children age 3 to 12 in the LONpA FI & EASTSIDE area at a remarkably VllablRICE of $12 a month. Family rates are ENROLLMENT IS LIMITED REGISTER TODAY-392-2864 $15.OO L RACK to 50% 0 F F b Leisure wear, terries, resort fashio , louses, nightwear and more. Sale starts Aug. 11 THE Elizabeth D Shop Gilman Village, Issaquah Hours: Mon-Sat 10 to 5, Sunday1 to 5 1 ,: and Chuck Kinnune, went to SeaFirst Bank, were loaned a total of $1200 to buy it for the library. It is now owned by the Church of Christ. The church paid the citY $1 for the building -- and assumed all the moving costs. Photos by Debble Bruslus. 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