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September 7, 1933

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HURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1933 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTOJ~ PAGE THREE | I SPECIALS THIS WEEK PURE HOME MADE LB. LITTLE PIG POUND ;h Side Pork ,oo.o Fisc POUND LBS. 10c 12c 10c 10c ...... Monday. LOCAL AND PERSONAL{but will probably be confined to the bed a couple of weeks yet. F. E. Jones was taken to ttarbor-! view hospital yesterday, where he! Mrs. Ted Burke and son Teddy Ray was operated on for appendicitis, of Bremerton are guests this wee?; * of relatives. Mrs. John Derby of Hartford, Con-i * * * neeticut, Mrs. Frances Smith of Ev-i C. J. Olden xw;~ taken to ttarbor- erett and Miss Lulu Johnson of Se-:view hospital Wednesday, where he attic, all sisters of Mrs. J. E. Carl-underwent a fourth operation. son, spent the week end at the J. ]L'. I * * * Carlson home. Miss Margaret Lindsay and WiI- * * liam l)oherty of Seattle were married The Northern Pacific has an ad iin Port ()rchard on Saturday, Sep- in this issue that makes interesting,tember 2. The young couple are historical reading. !both well kn.wn here; the bride ts * * * ~ the daughter of Mr. and Mrs William Miss Doris Lewis entertained the lLindsay. girls of the "Club of Hearts" at hert * * * home Tuesday evening in honor of[ Ray and Maxine Wilson of Pearson Miss Jan Schneider, who will leave are visiting relatives here this week. next week to attend the State Col- Mrs. Russell Wilson is on a trip to Los Angeles. lege at Pullman. Jean was present- ed with a traveling-size electric irom * * $ Mr. and Mrs. Scott of Banff, Al- berta, Canada, are visiting at the Jo.~. Morgan home. Mrs. Scott is a sister of Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Tin] Evan.~. Clem Stei~ani, who had his left leg amputated above the knee about two weks ago, was brought home on He is improving nicely, ,lli i Always at Your Service for Printing Needs! RY lEO ing l kND ~ and by Pure area wkolesome---many varleti~ to choose froml GRAHAM CRACKERS They're f'eeh baked, ~eet tasting and healthful/ NORWEGIAN SARDINES Two rOWe of fish in pure ollv~ oil--Imported! BORDEI 'S CHEESE All varisttjs for making dai~y cheese sandwichs#l ANGIA) BRAND It slices e~ily ap.d without etucabling! PEANUI BUTTER 8UN2~Y ,'IM---Th kiddlea lt~ it, and it's good for thoml FRESH HG BARS TASTy Fresh baled a~,d fine for lunches or dessert! FRESH AKED BREAD BUTTEIKRISP--Whole wheat or white; silted or plain! SWEET PICKLES ROSIt]DAL1EBRAND As azeel~t grads of trlsp, sweet pickles! HAZELWOOD MILK 4% fres~ milk--lt" s healthful, serve it o/tent WHOLE WHEAT FLAKES EELLO(O'S--The k~ddi#s u,Cdl llks ~ for breakfast/ FANCY DATES FINIS, ST QUALITY A eonOdnrated ~orgy food--flee for ehtldrra/ WAX RQLLS WRAPPING Clea*t acdeanitary for ~'applag kldd~es' lutwh~l PURE NUSTARD DUTCH ~fAID brand---It has a flavor all tt~ ow~/ FINEST FARINA 8erie it ~r Breakfast--Ire eco#om~ccd! SALAD 9RESSING Jsr DUTCH ~.41D--Add~ purity and flavor to salads/ 5 43C pound per ca/l pound 6-oz. J~ quart bottle 2 PF 17c LIBBY'S -.f fi,s deviled .;oat at a ~ price/ It's very tasty for sandwiches/ Advance Tickets on sale by L. C. Lundberg, Issaquah, Washington THE ISSAQUAH THEATRE 10c 7:30 P.M. 25c THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY, SEPT. 7.8-9 NEWS -- BIG GAME OF THE SEA "Gold Diggers Of 1933" . : :o SUNDAY - MONDAY . TUESDAY, SEPT. 10.11-12 NEWS -- THE BIG DITCH OF PANAMA "Tug Boat Annie" (Marie Dressier, Wallace Beery) HIGH POINT Tom Lee and Marguerite journey- ed to Woodinville and Edmonds on Sunday, where they visited with rela- tives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson and fam- ily spent Sunday in Bothell at the Roy Vaughn home. Mr. and Mrs. Y. Calanius and fam- ily of Renton visited at the home eli Mrs. M. Erickson here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. Grundquist and family of Seattle spent Sunday at the Ed Olson home. The Misses Enid and Mildred Lovegren and Mildred Holm visited friends in Seattle over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. John Halverson jour- [neyed to Wiley City, near Yakima, and spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sellin there. America's First House? The first ho;lse it] America of which there is au authentic record Is the Barker house at l'embroke,Mass., built In 1~]2~. Painter's Fame The unique honor of painting the first group In the history of American art is usually given to John Smybert, who painted "Bishop Berkeley and His Family." ,L BEAUTY ------ -SHOPPE SPECIALS- Shampoo and Marcel ........ 75c Shampoo and Fingerwave .... 75 Facial ..........75 Wet Wave ........25c ttenna Pack ...... 1.00 HOME - BEAUTY SHOPPE- THE CLAR O T (',i.. .... I Seattle's Finest Downtown Apartment Hotel ONE BLOCK TO STAGE DEPOT Close to the Shopping Ceaters and Theatres Daily with bath---begihning at $1,50 single, $2.00 double Daily without bath---beginning at $1.00 single, $1.50 double Apartment suites with full hatel service, daily-- begianing at $2.50 for one pe~son, $3.00 for two persons Low Weekly and Monthly Rates "YOU WILL LIKE THE CLAREMONT" FOURTH AT VIRGINIA SEATTLE, WASHINGTON i I I i q