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Scout Troop Due Here Beaver Lake ~$eattle King-County Girl attending the tea. COuncil has expressed One week later on Sept. 18, desire to form new Girl mothers are invited to attend Vi Johnson troops in the Issaquah the Troop organizing meeting EX 2-3572 at 8 p.m. in the multi-purpose Strips will be shown at room. At that time, a Brownie The fourth annual Neighbor- Wednesday at 3:45 Girl Scout and one Junior Girl hood Barbeque was held Sept. )urposeroom Scout troop will be formed, l at the Jack Miller home. Interested mothers and Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kramer and five child- Following the show- Family Counseling Service, a ren, Mr. and Mrs. William tea and question- UGN agency, provided services Lycette and four children, Mr. tperiod. Babysitting will to 3,822 families in King County and Mrs. Louis Knowles and by Senior Girl lastyear, four children, Mr. and Mrs. the mothers are 25% SYLVANIA TELEVISION & STEREO PORTABLES -- CONSOLES EVERYTHING GOES -- HURRY! DON'T MISS THESE BUYS! AND SALES & SERVICE ISSAQUAH -- EX 2-3031 -- CROSSROADS -- SH 6-0380 ThursdayI September 5, 1963 Issaquah Press 3 Large Crowd Votes For 4-H Member Wins Trip Most Popular Artists Ma~y Emrick, a seven-year winners from county fairs member of Issaquah's 4-It throughout the state. Winner Dick Guisenheimer and two couver B. C., with Mr. and children, Mr. Frank Kooferand Mr. Rex Olmsted of Pack- An estimated 1,500 persons ing of owl, and Mrs. Jane Coff- Scorchers. club, will be head- of the state contest at Yaki. his mother, Mr. and Mrs. wood. They enjoyed visiting attended the three-day Labor man, dried flower plaques, tied. mg for Yakima next month to ma will earn a trip to Chi. Howard Turner, Mr. and Mrs.Fisherm'an's Cove, the Gave, Day Hobby-Art Show in the Needlework - first, Mrs. Carol compete in the state-wide 4-H eago for the national 4-H con- Coley Watson and their two where they viewed Minskyts fish hatchery building, accord- Haldeman, sweaters; second, recreational leadership con- gress. grandchildren,and Mr. and Follies and dining in the Royal ing to Mrs. Joseph Mattes and Mrs. Reada Lewis, sweaters, test. Third-place winner at Enum- Towers. Mrs. Erland Pearson, co-chair- and third, Mrs. Paul Benson, Marty, daughter of Mr. and claw was another Issaquahgirl, Enjoying the Monroe Fair men for the show. afghans. Mrs. Martin Emrick of Issa- Linda Kilby, daughter of Mr, on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. About half that number cast Cake decorating - first, Mrs. quah, recently won first place and Mrs Gene Kilby. James Roberge and family, ballots for theirfavoriteoieces Reada Lewis. m the leadership contest at Recreation leadership con- Dinner guests at the Car- in the show, Mrs. Mattes said. Collections - first, Peggy the King County fair in Enum- tests are judged on youths' don Adams home on Monday The "popularity contest" ha Evans, miniature horse collec-claw. In Yakima, she will be ability tolead unfamiliargroups were Mr, and Mrs. Jack Da-been a feature of the show for tion; second, Kris Jarvela, cock- competing against first-place in a series of songs. vies and Barbie, Mr. and Mrs. manyyears, elburrs, and third, Donald ' - Peter Loran, Mr. and Mrs. There were over 100 entries Gregg, arrowheads Mr s. Robert Kramer from Westport. After a dayofgames and food, Frank Koofer offici- ated at the barbeque grill, they ended the day with a big song- lest, with Robert Kramer at the piano. Seen at the Ellensburg Ro- deo during the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Neal Fraker and Patty, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sullivan, jan and Kay, and Mr. aad Mrs. Robert An- derson and Susy. The Arboretum Group met last Wednesday at the Pine Lake home of Mrs. Page Bal- lard for a plant cutting meet- ing. Present from the Beaver Lake area were Mrs. Chuck Bailey, Mrs. Fred Herman, Mrs. Coley Watson, and Mrs. Bill Adams. Congratulations to Mrs. Ken MacKenzie and Mrs. Gordon Adams, who in three days had an entry in the Issaquah Labor Day Parade, and came home with second prize. Bryan Craw- shaw was the "deer hunter" and Clay Stock/in and David Roberge were his victims. The idea was carefully carried out with "people tags" in the ears. Float was sponsored by Beaver Lake Community Club. jay Walen was a weekend guest at the home of John john- SeEr. and Mrs. Ken MacKen-1 zie spent Sunday visiting at thet home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom[ Hulbert in Bremerton. [ Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Bailey spent the weekend in Van- the Thrifty, Nifty HONDA "50" Dewey Headley, and Mr. andin the show, ranging from paint- Mrs. Bud Jones and Judy. ing and wood sculpture to flor- al arrangements. Don't forget the Beaver Lake Results of the "popularity Community Club meeting Sept. contest" follow: 9 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Painting - first, Boyd Mc- Roy Sherman, with Mrs. Fred Cracken, "Mountain Man;" Herman and Mrs. Neal Fraker second, Mrs. Esther Pearson, co-hostesses. "The Alps," and third, Beth Eberhart, "The Sod House," SAtL."~ SALUES and Mrs. Esther Pearson's fin- gerpainted flowers, tied. Floral arrangements - first, Mrs. Catherine Engel; second, Mrs. Blanche Freed, and third, Mrs. Harriet Fish. Crafts - first, Geoff Lund- quist, wood carving of deer; second, Mrs. Dorothy Freed, decorative tin work, and third, Carl Freemanson, wood carv- "His game has improved but his langua.ge hasn't." Social Center for the Blind, a UGN agency, provides rec- reational and club facilities for the blind. THEATRE SEPT. 6th, 7th, 8th FRI., SAT., SUN. SANDRA DEE PETER FONDA IN- TAMMY AND THE DOCTOR PLUS IAN FLEMING'S DR. NO TECHNICOLOR SHOW TIMES Fri. & Sat. 7 P.M. SUN. 5 P.M. Sign up today For Women's Day Time Leagues Spots still Available in Men's and Mixed Leagues HAVE A BALL BOWLING AT -- |"- EX 2-5333 --- ISSAQUAH RIGHT TO LIMIT RESERVED @ HONDA "SO" MARK 100 NOT A MOTORCYCLE- NOT A SCOOTER- AMERICA'S FAVORITE NEW RIDING HABIT! you are: workingman, housewife, or student...Wherever you go: to work, to or to school.., you'll find the perfect answer with a HONDA "50". For the HONDA "50" is the ultimate in economy, convenience and dependability. You it anywhere. It's safer than a bike. It cruises all day at a whisper-quiet 40 miles It delivers up to 225 miles on a gallon of pump gas] Electric starter optional. See it and try it today. You'll love everything about the HONDA "50". 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