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Serving Issaqoah, High Point, Preston, Upper Preston, Hobart, Coalfield, Pine Lake, Beaver Lake, Lake Sammamlsh, Newcastle, Wlllowrtqie Vol. 63 -- No. 36 Single Copy 10c Issaquah, King County, Washington Thursday, September 5, 1963 iiiii e AND NEW - The outgoing queen of Issaquah's Celebration, Vickie Baima, stepped down from her night in Firemen's hall as Queen Patsy Bartlett queen for the 1964 Celebration. Queen Patsy, a at Issaquah high school, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O and comment by "-John L. Fournier bSuburbia State - and heal- Llation growth fac- s being maintained State is he- Herbert Bartlett. She is also the yell queen for the high school. The queen's reign began Monday and will end when a new queen is selected at the conclusion of the 1964 Celebration. At left is Princess Hannah Carmody. -Issaquah Press Photo KIDS' KING AND QUEEN - Winners of the top awards at Sunday's Kiddies' Parade were Steve Krigbaum and Jerri Gentry, shown above as they received prizes from parade chairman Larry Galloway of the Lions club. The youngsters also rode in Monday's main Labor Day Par- Drive chairmen for five divi- ".f ~ siena of the United Good Neigh- , ..... ~ ........ ~ bor campaign in the greater Is- saquah area were announced this week by Robert A. Lind- quist, general campaign chair- man for the local drive. Lindquist also announced a "come see" tour has been scheduled for Sept. 11, date for formal kickoff of the cam- ,~ paign. This tour will give divi- r~ sion chairmen and other volun- 7~'~"[,j.. ii/j~wy~t~'''~ teers the opportunity to visit two or three of the agencies which benefit from UGN funds, Lindquist said. Campaign goal for the Issa- quah area is $6,733. Chairmen named this week for the Issaquah drive are Mike Shain, advance gifts and employes; Don Cochran, dis- trict business; Dr. Richard T. SWEEPSTAKES WINNER - An intricatel--~erforming entry helped 'he ~laarching unit win the top award. The Filipino unit Andersen, professional divi. from the Filipino community in Seattle ca~"Jred the sweep- also we,t first place in the marching units category of the pa - sion; Dick Williams, public era- stakes award in the Labor Day parade. Fron'~ Filipino Youth ade. Second plat,' went to the Championettes, a baton-twirling ployes, and Mrs. Marilyn An- Activities of Seattle, the group won the admirat!on of the crowd unit. - lssaquah Press Photo derson, residential division. with its fast-stepping, rhythmic performance. C' Iorful costumes Cochran was general chairman for the local drive in its 1962 campaign. Lindquist also announced ~~~ ~ the appointment of Mrs. Hal ~'~ ~ ~ Lichty to the post of community secretary. The campaign's North Coun- ty Division will seek to raise $165,136 as its share of the over- ~'t~ ~l ~ all King County campaign goal ,~ ~ of $5,574,019. The goal, 3.5 per- J. . cent higher than last year, re- flects increased cost in opera- tion of agency services and the extension of existing services, Lindquist said. Much of the spadework for the in-plant-employee cam- paigns in the Issaquah area is being accomplished with the help of a corps of "loaned exe- cutives" furnished free to UGN and paid by some 30 organiza- tions in King County. In addition to the many coun. ty-wide agencies, such as the King County chapter of the Red Cross, the Salvation Army, the YMCA, United Good Neigh- bor funds also go to support : :" ~ " " the District 411 Community 'LOW BUDGET' WINNER - Issaquah Junior Chamber of The float bore the caption, "low-budget float." JayCee members Chest here in Issaquah. Commerce members went all-out to present this entry in the are seen in background above towing their prize-winning entry, The kickoff pertains to all parade - and took first place in local floats category with the -lssaquah Press Photo phases of the Issaquah UGN effort. "Float" featured a toilet bobber mounted on small wagon, campaign except the residen. tial drive, which will be start- t- t"a-sy " " said. ed later this month, Lindquist li ade. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Willard L. Krigbaum, Jr., Lake Sammamish, and Mr. and Mrs. and more concen- Francis Gentry of Issaquah. -Issaquah Press Photo in Suburbia - in ities and areas im- Ra in Bothers Few Another Labor Day Celebra- Horse Show Popular in. . lag unit. One of the outstanding high- tion drifted into the pages of Some 250 horse-lovers turned Chuck Powers, parade chair- Toilet Fioat Wins lights of the parade was the !lyadjaeent tthe 1 insi : aradehist r N ndaynight sm ny t und yf rthefirst ssama d ew uditsfrma hrealsh w`t erth .gh. mberand ua ty fy uth nletropolitan area. I celebrants danced away thequah Saddle ctub horse show concerned for his efforts in was the lssaquah Junior Cham- bands, marching units and igllificant that the t evening to the music of Jackie at a brand -new arena on the putting together the Labor Day ber of Commerce's "low-bud- drill teams. Judges had a diffi- census report re- Souders' band in Firemen'sChick Hollenbeck ranch. The parade. The crowd, although get float." Their "float" was a cult time in selecting winners by the State Census s e Su hall. arena was built by youngsters down somewhat from last year's real one - of the type found in in these categories. Shows little or no Hundreds of parents, broth- place, Jerry Gentry as a gyp y, Historical - First plac, - It was a three-day ball.in the local club. " centennial throng of l0,000, was most toilets - mounted on an The complete parade results: ti~ I increase within era, sisters, aunts, uncles and and third place, Cindy and Artie san Hendrickson as Marie An- al's four largest just plain curious onlookers re- Galloway as Hawaiians. toinette; second place, Jill Climaxed by Monday's bigBill Lawrence, president of extremely enthusiastic in their imaginatively decorated toy Local community and ser- "~ ;t of the growth is fused to let a drizzly sky Baton twirlers - First place, and Sara Nowadnick, and third parade, which drew an esti- the Chamber of Commerce which approval of many new entries wagon. Eleven husky JayCee vice floats - first, Issaquah mated 8,000 onlookers, and the sponsored this year's celebra- in the parade, members towed the "float" JayCees; second, Beaver Lake ~e in the areas and dampen their enthusiasm Sun- Adrienne Brady place, Karen Krigbaum. coronation dance Monday night, lion, announced Tuesday the with strings. Community club, and third, ra~ edi~ lely adjacent day afternoon for the annual Comic - First place, Bonnie Storybook - First place, Dara the big event was filled with three-day show "broke even," One entry new to the Issaquah Labor Day Celebration Kid- and Randy Teasdale, and Chris- Petersen in Mary, Mary," sec- interest and unusual happen- according to preliminary re- parade, the Filipino Youth Ac- The JayCee "float" as jud-club.Overdale Park Community ~1 dita ~ areas, dies' Parade in downtown Issa- tine and Kitty Coyle in "Hill- end place, Randy Sorensen as ings. .ports. Lawrence said a full fi- tivities group, took the sweep- ged number one in the local Local church and youth floats ~r cul; r interest is quah. billy Wedding;" second place, a pirate. Patsy Bartlett, a senior at nancial report would be forth- stakes award with their rhyth- community and service float _ first, Issaquah Creek 4-H !a to the smaller The parade, efficiently or- Sheila Ondras as a clock, and Judges for the Kiddies' Par- Issaquah high school, was se- coming when all returns were mic, brilliantly costumed march, category. Tadpoles. 1~ the Seattle met- ganized and carried out by the third place, Steven Krigbaum ade were Mr. and *Mrs. Jack lected Monday to succeed Vick- areas. Seattle Lions club with Larry Gallo- as Popeyethe sailor. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards ie Baima as queen of the cele- Here*$ Your Chance Redmond Winners of only 2,000 way as chairman, was completed Vehicles - Larry, Laural and Fish, Jr., Jackie Souders and bration. Queen Patsy, daugh- Non-local community and as compar- in less than an hour - just be- Carol Tongue won first place. Mrs. John Freeborn, chairman, ter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert service floats - first, Redmond I1 increase of 1,701 tweentwo heavy downpours. Bartlett, promises to be one of Bicycle Derby queen's float; Terrace, Kent Topping the list of prize-win- the most radiant queens in second, Redmond Chamber of to 10,457; Lynn- nets were Steve Krigbaum and manyyears. Commerce, and third, Odd Fel- Edmonds Jerri Gentry, selected as King The queen was selected on lows and Rebekahs float. and Queen of the parade. The the basis of booster button II la Adult marching groups - ,775, Auburn, 688 to royal couple then took seats sales. Her princesses are Kathy J first, Bremerton Veteran's of Renton, 675 to in the main Labor Day parade Nikko, Sandy Palmer, Susan Foreign Wars Auxiliary drill and Mercer Island on Monday, representing all Collins andHannahCarmody. team: second, Seattle Eagles Town gained 825 the youngsters. Prince Attends marching club, and third, lssa- of 14,625. Only The Lions club presented A real Arabian prince re- quah's Albert Larson VF.W. ~rnmunity in the en- prizes to all participants in the portedly arrived in the area post marching unit. metropolitan Kiddies' Parade, with trophies in his own air liner. Prince Seattle Center is spreading Admission to the Seattle Cen- with its garden setting which Junior marching groups and !Dotting a loss of going to first-place winners in Faisal rode in the Labor Day the welcome mat for residents ter is, of course, free. The includes a 250-foot lagoon with twirlers - first, Filipino Youth was Bellevue, each category. Parade through the courtesy of the South King County area special coupons in today's unusual "water sparkler" foun-Activities of Seattle; second, Winners by category included: of the Issaquah Junior Chain- Saturday and Sunday, Septem- paper will offer two-for-one tain, the fabulous new Food Championettes baton corps, )ed 643 to a low Infants and toddlers - Ter- ber of Commerce. her 7 and $ in a special Valley prices on the Monorail, admis- Circus and International Ba- and third, Starliters baton corps. esa Blackburn and Rhonda An estimated 1,500 personsDays salute given through the sion to the Pacific Science Cen- zaar Drill teams - first, Ark As- Federal Way Kuntz as"The Little Devils." visited the state fish hatchery five newspapers of the Valley ter, and two-for-one admission The coupons offer special sembly, Rainbow girls; second, areas all show Decorated bikes andtrikes - building where the annual Publishing Company. on nearly 20 rides in the v.ewly price concessions on many of Seattle Chinese Community gains with the First place, Glen and Ken Dud- Hobby-Art Show was being This tremendous event - a designed Fun Forest. the unusual items offered on girls' drill team, and third, School District ley, Eugene Batdorf, and Doug ..... :: staged. Many beautiful dis- pilot program which may be In addition, you'll find cou- the menu in the Food Circus, Ballard girls' drill team. ing the state in Hobbs in a hay wagon; second plays and artists doing on-the- made available later to other pens in today's issue offering and unique imported articles Drum and bugle corps - of gain, with place - Mark WaRt and David spot work had crowds"Oohing" areas of the state - offers read- fabulous specials in the Food from many countries of the first, Seattle Buddhist church District next D. Harrington as pirates, and and "Aahing" all three days of era of these five newspapers Circus and Internationalworld in the International Explorers; second, Seattle Percentage of in- third place, Gary Anderson on the celebration, in Renton, Kent, Auburn, Issa- Bazaar. Bazaar. This three-level build- Buddhist church Boy Scouts, apurple andgold bike. An off-duty reserve sher- quah and Federal Way, their The Seattle Center folk are ing includes the "Bubbleator" and third, Fourth District V. Dance groups - First place, iff's deputy, employed by a opportunity to sample the wide looking forward to entertain- Elevator to carry you between F.W. Grenadiers. lring the 1963 State dancers Darcy Petersen, Cherie local tavern to keep the peace variety of entertainment lea- ing a host of Valley friends, and floors. Bands - first, Keith High- of April) with the Foley, Pat Chase, Susan Be- on Labor Day, found himself tures at the Seattle Center at are making plans to make this The Food Circus and bazaar landers pipe band, andsecond, census figures of secker, and Joan and Ann Fraas. hatless and badgeless after a extra-special prices the best weekend of the year are open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Nile Temple oriental band. find that Washing- Floats - First place, Debra, daring mid-day theft. He went Coupons Offered on the 74-acre site of last year's both days. Horses and riders - first, Population growth Ricky and Russell Peery, and home with his bared head bow- In today's issue ofthis news- great World's Fair. In addition to the special Issaquah Saddle club; second, offers in the coupons there is Berna Magnuson, and third, 'roximately 8 per Karen and Tim Bartholomew ed, his hat still missing,paper, you'll find dozens of SpecialPrices OLDSTERS SEE SHOW - Included in the huge crowd at Turner's Electric turned the a variety of free entertainment 4-H Banditos. three years, as cannibals; second place, coupons - your invitation Holly and Julie Middleton in Monday's Labor Day parade were many residents of Issaquah tables on Log Tavern, summer to participate in the special This is your opportunity and activity programs to occupy Trophies were presented to lip from 2,750,000 to "Slick Cargo," and third place, Villa rest home. Villa residents got preferred seating at the par- softball champions, by defeat- two-day affair, to see one of the world's great your attention at fhe Seattle all first place winners, with in that period. Mindi Engelstad in "Hadda ade, just below the reviewing stand. It was the first time they ing them in the first game of Feature of the Valley Days regional cultural and enter- Center. second and third place getting total population Bring My Kids." had come as a group to the show. Included in the group were the Labor Day softball tourney, celebration will be a Plaza pro- tainment centers - the grand Free Programs ribbons. Bill Love acted as reside within the Children of foreign lands - Keith Baxter, Mrs. Edith Tangen, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tondreau, and then went on to take the gram on Sunday afternoon, to landscaping program that has On Saturday about 1 p.m., master of ceremonies at the limits of towns First place, Tammy Gentry Mrs. Josephine Tuomala, Mrs. Marie Layne, Dave Lewis and tournament championship bybe directed by Gene Kasper of replaced temporary buildings there will be a children's sing- awards presentation ceremony On Page 2) representing China; second Mrs. Adam Sell, all of the Issaquah area. -Issaquah Press Photo dumping the Firemen, 6-0. Auburn of the fair, the new Fun Forest, (Continued on Page 2) on Memorial field.