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2 )ssaq?ah PressThursday, September 5, i iess ' '3Unique Fib Published Every Thursday at ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON Telephone EXbrook 2-6434 JOHN L. FOURNIER, Publisher BOB WATKINS, Managing Editor JOHN EDINGER, Jr., News Editor kast ornpany Here Moves Plant, Expands Serv!ce 0neofIssaquah'smostunique berg pointed out. Applying fi- the most important facets of industries is moving to a hew berglass surfacing to sundeck this unique business, location and will hold an open floors, shower walls and floors, The Nierenbergs'will contin- house this weekend to intro- plasticizing doors, molding ue to do industrial work out duce local residents to their vats, kennels for small ant- of their new plant, Mrs. Nier- new shop, as well as a new mals and boat repair have been enbergsaid. Member WashingtonMember NationalNewspaperEditorialPUblisherSAssociationAsSciatin' Inc. owners.Service to he offerod by the Pine Lake Garden Club Wins The Fiberkast Company, for In King C_,(xmty ................................................................................ $3.50 the past three years located Outside King County ................................................................ $4.00 at 525 12th Ave. North, will Award for Sunny Hills Work Entered as second-class matter on January 1, 1900, move into new quarters at Jun- At the Post Office at Issaquah, King County, Wash., iper and 17th Ave. North this For their landscaping work vision was the Sunny Slope Under Act of March 3, 1879 840 Legals .--- . atth ~unc LEGAL NOTll sire No. 1-36-11 - Kl~ Oops A ehoo A ;trip, King Coo She'Iv. MATTRESS C0~nter~ ' rs, F( ~Pill be a DATE OF BID 0Pl~rperi( SEPTEMBER, lmlhvlrl~ Invitation Sealed proposals by King County week, according to owners Ed at the Sunny Hills elementary Gardeners club for their work 402 King County .... attle, Washington, and Julie Nierenberg. school, members of the Pine at the May Valley school, t~ETROTHED-The engagement SEPTEMBER 16, OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE CITY OF ISSAQUAH The local firm, which until Lake garden club have been Third prize of $7.50 went to and future wedding plans of nishingof: OFFICIAL PAPER OF KING COUNTY now has been involved only in awarded first place in 1962. the Robinsglen Club for land- Miss Sharon Leona Edgar and350 Plastic Ti M E M B E R industrial aspects of fiber- 63 civic beautification cam- scaping at their community en- Kenneth R. Castagno have been cove~s - as per NATIONAL EDITORIAL MEMBER glass work, is planning to of- petition for East Lake Wash- trance, announced by her parents, Mr. on file at King I A~'~OC~TI~N WAk~HINGTON fer Issaquah residents lessons ington Garden Clubs.Other awards presented re- and Mrs. George A. Edgar of Ha,Be, Seattle, W-" r-~di~-~-7] [ --~'~ U J NEWSPAPER in how to laminate, mold, pins- Mrs. L. A. Lefler, director cently by the East Lake gar- Bellevue The groom-elect'schasing Departrt ~--~l~ ' v ~ . :--': PUBLISHERS " taws. ticize and cast beautiful hand- of the East Lake group, said den group included first prize parents are Mr. and Mrs, ..,. ASSOCIATION made articles from fiberglass the first place award carries for the content of district chair- William C. Castagno of East 100% performance ( ~, w~S and resin. Handsome objects with it a prize of $30. Winning man reports, Mrs. William E. LakearentsSammamish.,.r - ..His grand--., umessreguired' f the succe~ime sum of the P:I for the home, such as jewelry, second prize of $15 in this di- Sieverts, Lake Hills and third ~ are ~ . anorvws. Kemo SlOOO.O0. No Bid B0nd~ tables, pictures, lamps, vases, place, Mrs. Norman W. Rek- ~astagno of Issaquah. Caste-- J bwls' rm dividers' trays and LhM | - -- ........ ~ I WANTED: Respectable lady to share many other items can be craft- Unc e n u lev of Lake Sammamish. gAD was graduated from Lake The King County C0~ For their work on the cover WashinoVon hioh st-hoDl on,~ . reserve the right to rel~'t o- ~, ....... a~-- bids and to waive anYlL. of district reports, awards went tenaed El Camino college in tyin bids. ll~ [ ~1~__I I _ B I nice home with widow. Free room, ed with these materials, ac- Monday, Sept. 9 - Spaghetti, to Mrs. R. G. Biddle, first place, ] [ in nora[ I salary -- return partial care of baby. cording to Mrs. Nierenberg. Celery Strips, Hot Buttered __ andMrs. J.K. Blendheim, third, the wedding has been set at SubmitprpsalsnUZI / y|| II I1~11 ~1e [ SH 6-4004. 1-36 Classes Due French Bread, Milk, Water- place, both of Lake Sammamish. FUN AHEAD - Clowns, calliopes and rides are just part of the OctoberSOUthern19California" Date for envelope as providedc~b@li~ |(Continued from Page One) [ 3 BEDROOM apartment at Good's Daily classes in morning and melon. rice at ~ ~lng~ounty~'( ..... ~_ . Corner. Teen-agers o.k. $50 per afternoon will be offered at the Tuesday, Sept. 10 - Scalloped More About -- entertainment available at the Seattle Center -- and you are in- ~ Seattle, Washington. _~ ant cities, an~ anotner Large mo,th, s~. Lawrence, Realtor. EX 2- plant's new location. Also, Potatoes with Hamburger & vited to enjoy the many special features on Valley Days, Sep- S ttl C temberTand 8, through two-for-one price coupons which ap- Birthday Club Meets A ?sVo suburbanSegment liVeSareas ofwithinthe state.the ~37 1-36 eveningand ThursdayinStructinis On~cheduled,Monday Butter,Cheese'Milk,TmatBrownieWedges' Bread/ ea e enter pear in today's edition of this newspaper. The special Valley Ten women were guests last King County, asb~ WashinmonoT is fast becom.. SLEEPING807 146ROOMcrescentfr Drive,tent" WritessaquohBOX Mrs. Nierenbergsaid. Wednesday, Sept. 11 - Ham-(ConUnued from Page One) Days program is being sponsored by the five Valley Publishing Wednesday at the home of Mrs. uv. ~Av ran I~ftP ing an uroan population " I-3B Attheopen house Friday and burger on Bun, Buttered Corn, along in the music and danceCompany newspapers in Benton, Kent, Auburn, Federal Way Alex McLean in Issaquah for Pu*rchas'~ng~ ~nt state despite the wide open ~ Saturday, handcrafted articles Fresh Vegetable Salad, Milk, center. There are free musical smdIssaquah, a barbecue-birthday club gath- sa~ ~~ erin It was Mrs McLean'~ Published in The s done by thq Nierenbergs will Banana Cream Pudding. and dance concerts at 2:30 and g ..... spaces of the East Side, and FOR SALE: 3 bed.... Gold Medal- be on disptey at the Fiberkast Thursday, Sep:~. 12 - Swedish 7:30 p.m. both Saturday and Electricians Down Log - 6.1st birthday. Sept. 5, 1963. , the trend to Suburbia be- lion Home, wall to wall carpets, aomo mor~ nronouw'~d from firepl .... factory pre-flnished cabi- Company's. new location The Meat Balls, Whipped Potatoes/ Sunday; displays by leading 6 14'estern ~ .. -~S ......... nets. 1118 sq.ft., located midway firm will alsC offer all~ acces- Gravy, Bread &Butter, Milk, craftsmen in the Northwest Turner's VVin Title year to year. between Renton - Issaquah. Easy sories necessary for working Fresh Grapes. Craft Center and Gallery; a ~ ~ Terms. BA 6-2675. 1-36 with fiberglas., and resin. Friday, Sept. 13 - Split Pea hobby corner and collectors' This ....... is Public Opinion! ........ HOUSE FOR SALE by owner. V3 Acre Since 1960, ~he Fiberkast Soup, Tuna Salad Sandwich, center, a photography center Turner's Electric turned the Log hurler Marty Clark's num. Jt'UDilC Opmlon. . . . is .a two story early American.' 4 bed-' industrialCmpany haSjobs,,ConcentratedMrs. Nieren-n CarrOtApplePie.Stix, Milk,, Deep Dish with exhibits ofsalon pictures; tables on their arch-enemy, Log ber, collecting seven hits off deeply pervaswe organic 2 baths den dinlng..... .... SiS M 'and a Wrld's Fair MuseumTavern' early in the Labr Day the ace righthander' Mel Gim" force intimately bound upfamily room, F.H.A. terms. $23,8.501C with selected items from the softball tournament and then make led a five-run fifth inn- with the ideological and 2915 Mtn. Park Blvd., EX 2-3567. aunt ets eat ' t various foreign and domestic went on to register a 6-0 vie-ing for the Turner nine with a emotional interplay of the ~-36 exhibits at the 1962 World's tory over the Firemen to take three-run homer. Carl Nordli social groupings in which ..................... Issaquah city councilmen t s of city cl~ .( and city at- Fair. These features of the the tourney championship Man- was three for four at the plate since earliest time ~revar FOR SALE OR TRADE: G.E. automatic were scb,:duled to meet next torney appointiqe. The change Festival Square are open from day evening, forthewinners. ..... ~ , _ "~ ~" washer in Clood condition. Trade IOUS lncIIVIOUalS nave comefor boat ower tools or ? GL4 1456 Monday after missing their reg- would make it possible to ad- noonto8p.m, bothdays. In addition to their 5-1 vie- Charlie Brown scored the ,P - ularly scheduled meeting this just salaries for these two jobs The Science Pavilion will be tory over Log and the win over only Log run after singling in SEPT 14-22 together; It articulates and ~-ss week due to the Labor Day on a yearly basis, the mayor open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and the Firemen Turner's also the second frame. Turner's Mc- formulates not only the de- holiday, pointed out. the Fun Forest from 1 p.m. on, dumped Issaquah Signal by a Kay was the winning pitcher. liberate judgments of theFOR SATE: ~951 Plymouth, depend- Most important item on the The change from an elective with the Monorail running from score of 7-4 on the way to the Bob Hillis was the big hitter rational elements within the oh~e transpo,~atlo,, $95. Rt. 2 Bo~ agenda for the meeting is fur- to an appointive clerk or at- 10am. to 12:30a.m. tournammtchampionship, for Turner's in their second collectivity, but the even- ~9~i ~-36 ther discussion of the city's torney must be made through The famous Space Needle, The Firemen defeated Union game against Issaquah Signal. escent common will, which'~0 CHEV hard top, metol,~ p~rple, budget for the 1963-64 fiscal the passage of a new city or- with its observation deck and Tavern, 11-6, and the Issaquah Hillis collected four hits in somehow integrates and mo-f.II lead lob, Hoar shift -- $125 year, according to Mayor J. W. dinance, restaurant, will be open both Merchants, 11-2, in eight inn- four official plate appearances mentarily crystallizes theor best offer. GL 4-6625. 1-38 FlintoiL The mayor has el- Ag days. ings, before succumbing to the and drove in six runs for the sporadic sentiments and -- ready indicated to the council 40 Years O So be sure to take advantage Electricians. Electricians. loyalties of the masses of FOe SALE: 195~ C)od9e - ~onu whee~ that several city departments of the opportunity being made In the first game of the meet, In the championship tilt, the population, base, wide box, new tires, steel are in line for pay raises. Blain Boyden played with the available by these Valley Pub- between Turners and the Log, Turner's pitcher, McKay, limi- - William Bauer canopy. ~otor just overhauled, new The mayor has also proposed Barbell ball. team ar Snohomish lishing Company newspapers- Electrician batters finally got ted the Firemen to three hits brakes and cylinders, full rear bump- that city fathers make the post- Sunday, clip the coupons, and make Freely translated, that er. $1,2.50. North Bend Auto Parts, The logging camp of the High your plans to take the entire ......................................................... means: "I have thought this TU B-~872. ~-38 Boy Born Point Mill Co., closed by a family to the Seattle Center EAST SHORE UNITARIAN CHURCH through, and I just can't put strike called hy the Interne- this Saturday and Sunday. my finger on it either." FOR SALE: 19 ft. 1961 Nomad Trailer. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen John- tional Workers of the World, 12700 S.E. 32nd Street - Factoria - Bellevue - GL 4-5121 700 - 15 H.D. Tires, self contained, son of Issaquah have named propane refrigerator, instant water heat, walt ~urnoce. Wi|| take troche. Terms, $2,250. NorthBend Auto Parts, TU 8-1872. 1-38 resumed work Monday with a UNIQUE RIGHT full crew. Part of the crew The postmaster general of was formeremployes, butmany the United States has the were new men. unique right of negotiating The last blocks of pavement, postal conventions without the which will connect Preston with consent of the U.S. Senate and Seattle, are being laid at Front he may conclude such convert- Street today. The road will lions with the advice and con- be opened in 30 days. sent of the president. Worship Services... 10:30 a.m. Sundays Sunday, Sept, 8 SERMON TOPIC: "The Philosophy of the Unitarian Church." Minister: Chadb0urne A. Spring Church School and Nursery Care During Service *" " ~**** ~*~** ~e*e~e****~e*eee**e*eeee*~ee*ee*e*ee***~! 3 BEDROOM apt. at Goods Corner. Teenagers ok. $50 per month. Bfl| Lawrence Realtor. EX 2-3700. 1-36 MORE WANT ADS FOR RENT: One bedroom cabin, bath, carport and country living. $55. Lights and water. Non-drinker boche- or or elderly couple preferred. (Coalfield district). AL 5-6819. 1-36 1 BEDROOM HOUSE, appliances fur- nished. EX 2-3142. Coil after 3 o'c lock. ! -38 N~V 2 OR 3 BEDROOM furnished house, washer, dryer included. Gn Pine Lake. Available Sept 1 to June 15. $85 per month. EX 2-7391 or EA 5- 6735. I -36 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX near city cen- ter, $95. EX 2-6739. 9-5-63-tf 3 BEDROOM HOUSE available Sept. 15. EX 2-3142. Call after 3 o'clock. 1-38 FOR RENT: Modest country house, 3 bedrooms, unfurnished. Available until May 15. $40 per month. EX 2- 5281. 1-38 3 OR 4 BEDROOM house, unfurn ished or partly furnished; under $100. Prefer with acreage; Mr. Thomas, Fields Shoe Store. EX 2-3254. 1-38 WORK WANTED -- Child care in my home either by day, hour or week. 146 Cre~ent Drive, Box 807. 5-23-tf WANTED: Child care for 1 or 2 small children. Days at my home. EX 2- 6225. 1-37 FOR RENT: l bedroom apartment with carport, Furnished. EX 2-6631. 1-36 WANTED: Experienced counter help; apply in person Foothills Drive-in. 1-36 BOOKKEEPER, 2-3 days per week. Ap- ply by letter to Box HH. Issaquah Permanent. 1-37 CHILDREN'S DANCE CLASSES start- ing Sept. 19, Gibson Hall, Issa- quah. Now enrolling. Donna Dee Lind Studio, GL 4-21.58 or EX 2-3156. 1-38 PRES-TO-LOGS. Open until 9 p.m. High Point Service. 2 miles east on Highway 10. 1-36-tf KENMORE SEWING Machine with wal- nut cabinet; 1 twin size bedspring; Eg 2-3756. |-38 their first boy, born Aug. 28 at Nelem's hospital in North Bend, Douglas Gerald. The boy, who joins a sister, Cynthia, 6, weighed in at 6 pounds, 10 ounces. Grandparents are Elan Hokason, Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Koster of Spokane. seeking new gas reserves for your future comfort These geologists at left, examining terrain near Shiprock in northern New Mexico, are part of a team of modern explorers search- ing for new gas reserves. They travel by jeep, helicopter and afoot in this con- tinuing program to seek out new supplies for your future comfort. Natural gas, formed millions of years ago, is a resource which will serve the West far into the fu- ture. Each year new reserves are found, keeping well ahead of the growing demand for America's most modern fuel. Heating, cooking, water heating-and scores of payroll-building commercial and industrial uses-are among the benefits brought to the West today by natural gas. If you're now enjoying the benefits of natural gas it's partly because of the team of highly trained people who bring it to you. If you're not a user of natural gas, it is easy to become one.* DR. W. J. McKENZIE Member of Washington Opiumetric Assn. SERVICES AVAILABLE Eye Examinations Prescription' Hearing Glasses Contact Lenses Prescription of Lenses Modern Eye Wear Repairs And Adustments FRIDAY EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT BELLEVUE SQUARE Next to The Theatre EL PASO NATURAL Through its pipelines, El Paso Natural supplies wholesale gas service to relail natural gas distributors in WASHINGTON OREGON * IDAHO ARIZONA CALIFORNIA COLORADO NEVAOA ' NEW MEXICO TEXAS UTAH WYOMING *In Washington retail gas distribution companlesare: CASCADE NATURAL GAS CORPORATION NORTHWEST NATURAL GAS COMPANY THE WASHINGTON WATER POWER COMPANY WASHINGTON NATURAL GAS COMPANY