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r ............. PUGETPOWER L THE ISSAQUAH PRESS Isuquah, Washington .... The results of the Hi-Ten Riddel's Cty. Clerks 1 Bowl's Ist Annual Labor Day Grand Central Hotel 1 an n n • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •--m • • i Tournament will be posted in R. DeSmith'sTeam 1 • This coupon II''NIIUFAIIIJlJl II next weeks issue of the Issa- .HI IND. 10 • i quah Press. This will give us time to audit all the scores " AC " and tally the winners and the • 3U • prize money won. On The Purchase Of Any Pair Of Men's, Women's or Children's Shoes At I • SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY • • ISSAQUAH SHOPPING CENTER l CASH VALUE 1/20c EXPIRES OCT. I, 1961 I TM look for a new WORLD of WORTH Coming Soon! STONEBRIDGE CHEVROLET In The BOWLING Spotlight.. LITTLE STOE[ES OF THE WEEK i Jerry Croft 557 Orv Knudtson 549 Major and Mrs. T. J. Craw- in this locality. After visiting er took their geJB Phone EX 2-3886 or EX 2-3333 I III I II Jim Roberge 221 Coy Chittenden 220 Harold Brock 213 HI IND. 30 AI Nyberg 587 Coy Chittenden 561 Harold Brock 544 HI TEAM 10 Carpenter's Local 895 Carpenter's Local 883 Athletic Supply 879 HI TEAM 30 Carpenters Local 2543 Tigers 2458 Carden's Const. Co. 2408 Al Nyberg, 195 Coy Chittenden, 187 -Harold Hi Average AI Nyberg- 195 Coy Chittenden -- 187 Harold Brock -- 181 SUNSET LEAGUE BOWLING Team W L Swanee Grocery 3 0 Lakeside Gravel 3 0 Subourbon Music 2 1 Highway 10 Lumber 2 1 J & L Advertisers 1 2 Issaquah Auto Parts 0 3 Northwest Trophys 0 3 HIGH TEAM 30 Swanee Grocery 2576 Subourbon Music 2526 J & L Advertisers 2368 HIGH TEAM 10- Subourbon Music 874 Swanee Grocery 870 J & L Advertisers 857 HIGH INDIVIDUAL 30 Chuck Kriskovich 581 DEPARTMENT ScQle S POR SALE and For Renf • There are still openings in Leagues at the Hi-Ten Bowl. • There are opening s for be- • ginners in the Wednesday • Nooners league. This is a mixed league and caters to the lower average bowlers. It is on Wednesday at 11:00 P.M. A new Women's Trio league is taking shape to be bowled on Thursday afternoon at 1:00 P.M. This league will bowl four games instead of the usual three, that is common on teams with five bowlers. Also the Men's Trio League to be bowled on Saturday at 1:00 P.M. is still looking for members. Any man or woman that is interested in joining any of these leagues can do so by either signing up at Hi-Ten or by calling in their reserva- tion. Now is the time to sign up for these leagues before they are completely filled. The Hi Ix) League bowling at 9:00 P.M. on Monday is also looking for new teams and bowlers. The Issaquah Men's League opened their bowling season last Thursday. Valley Distrib- uting rolled a high 961 scratch, 2495 for high series. Jim Holder was high with 231-585. Vern Anderson, 200- 566; Roy Shultz, 209-527; Lar- ry Totten, 510; Rein Castagno, 201-505; Bill Carey, 500; Red Anderson, 220 and Elwyn Car- ey, 202. JR. BOWLING PROGRAM Attention, all Junior Bowl- ers -- there will be a meeting at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Sep- tember 16, at Hi-Ten Bowl. All interested parties who can- not attend, should contact Bill Evans at the Bowl, or Brian Brown, junior bowling chair- man, at EX 2-6770. The regu- lar session will start Septem- ber 23 at 9:00 A.M. ISSAQUAH ALL STARS Team W L Carpenter's Local 3 1 Tigers 3 1 Athletic Supply 3 1 Issaquah Floral 3 1 Carden's Const. Co. 1 3 HENDERSON'S DRUGS KIDS LOVE THEM BECAUSE THEY CAN CHEW THEM! MULTIPLE VITAMINS 6O TABLETS 89 c ZIPPER SUIT BAGS REG. 1.29 9 C WHILE THEY LAST :ili:!:> ':iii! 35 TEAR-OFF 612 X6 INCH FREEZER BAGS : ,.,. .-- .. *r.v.' 39 ° For Sandwiches, Leftovers 4) Holds Moisture, Fhwerl ASSORTED SIES PICTURE FRAMES 9 C TO 1.98 We Help your Decter Keep you Hijtky! STORE SUMMER CLOTHING SAFELY! Henderson's Drugs ISSAQUAH SHOPPING CENTER HIGH INDIVIDUAL 10 Earl Davis " 222 Chuck Kriskovich 213 Roy Shultz 206 LAKERS Team W L Pine Lake Oil 3 1 Swanee Grocery 3 1 Manolides Bros. 3 1 Kusah's Grocery 3 1 Squak Mt. Quarry 3 1 Beav. L. Boilermakers 3 1 Fischer Bros. 2 2 Leo's Automotive 2 2 Jim's Realty 1 3 Team No. 7 1 3 Team No. 11 1 3 Cochran Jewelers 1 3 Valley Pharmacy 1 3 Team No. 4 1 3 SEASON HIGH Pine Lake Oil 1957  741 Douglas Anderson , 228 Jerry Croft 590 Leona Croft 216  500 NIIIII ford, Sr., made the Skagit Tour on Wednesday, Aug 30. They drove from Issaquah to New Haven and joined the tour party of approximately one hundred persons. On their return they stayed overnight in Mt. Vernon with Mrs. Crawford's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lin John- son. The question brought up by this tour is: "Why go to distant states for scenery when there is so much unsur- passed scenery right close to home in our own state?" Mr. and Mrs. John K. New- comer of Issaquah, had as guests for last weekend Mr. Newcomer's sister, Mrs. Dale Johnson and her husband from Alameda, Cal. Both Mr. & Mrs. Johnson had been born in this state, but left when small chin dren and had not visited here since, so wre very interested I  FENCING SPECIAL! IX6 ROUGH CEDAR • I C 5 Y2 LIN. FOOT DOBBINS LUMBER 14440 SUNSET HIGHWAY Phone 8; .'02M(m''SUNDAySat" EASTGATE s. ,,. EX 2.5151 spots in Washington on this to Victoria, Coast, Mr. and Mrs. Newcom- and also SHOPPER SPECIAL! I/2 ACRE WOODED TRACT ON BLACK-TOP ROAD -- GoOD NEIGHBORHOOD -- Close to Issl u $1250 CASH PETERS AGEN Uptown - lUacluah EX 2-64.S Eve. SH Com Elec Repair Hit Records & A TV Antenna Install Appliance Rqlab' i ELECTROC FORMER ISSAQUAH FLORAL LOCAT[0$1 HAROLD KEITH - OWNER El( The unseen ingredients aresupplied by a good cook and Puget Power Y . :::::::!:: : :! ?.!: It has been said that a perfect cake has four "unseen ingredients": the mixing, the timing, the heat and the cook. Puget Power supplies the first three by delivering dependable electricity to run mixers, clocks and ovens. There is an "unseen ingredient" in Puget Power, too. It's called private enterprise. It means we are a local, investor-owned company. As such, we pay our full share of taxes to support local government services. We pro- vide payrolls for 1600 families. We work closely with local communities on industrial development. And, we use private investments rather than tax assessments to improve and expand our facilities to better serve almost a million people in 270 communities. PUGET SOUND POWER & LI6HT COMPANY r ............. PUGETPOWER L THE ISSAQUAH PRESS Isuquah, Washington .... The results of the Hi-Ten Riddel's Cty. Clerks 1 Bowl's Ist Annual Labor Day Grand Central Hotel 1 an n n • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •--m • • i Tournament will be posted in R. DeSmith'sTeam 1 • This coupon II''NIIUFAIIIJlJl II next weeks issue of the Issa- .HI IND. 10 • i quah Press. This will give us time to audit all the scores " AC " and tally the winners and the • 3U • prize money won. On The Purchase Of Any Pair Of Men's, Women's or Children's Shoes At I • SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY • • ISSAQUAH SHOPPING CENTER l CASH VALUE 1/20c EXPIRES OCT. I, 1961 I TM look for a new WORLD of WORTH Coming Soon! STONEBRIDGE CHEVROLET In The BOWLING Spotlight.. LITTLE STOE[ES OF THE WEEK i Jerry Croft 557 Orv Knudtson 549 Major and Mrs. T. J. Craw- in this locality. After visiting er took their geJB Phone EX 2-3886 or EX 2-3333 I III I II Jim Roberge 221 Coy Chittenden 220 Harold Brock 213 HI IND. 30 AI Nyberg 587 Coy Chittenden 561 Harold Brock 544 HI TEAM 10 Carpenter's Local 895 Carpenter's Local 883 Athletic Supply 879 HI TEAM 30 Carpenters Local 2543 Tigers 2458 Carden's Const. Co. 2408 Al Nyberg, 195 Coy Chittenden, 187 -Harold Hi Average AI Nyberg- 195 Coy Chittenden -- 187 Harold Brock -- 181 SUNSET LEAGUE BOWLING Team W L Swanee Grocery 3 0 Lakeside Gravel 3 0 Subourbon Music 2 1 Highway 10 Lumber 2 1 J & L Advertisers 1 2 Issaquah Auto Parts 0 3 Northwest Trophys 0 3 HIGH TEAM 30 Swanee Grocery 2576 Subourbon Music 2526 J & L Advertisers 2368 HIGH TEAM 10- Subourbon Music 874 Swanee Grocery 870 J & L Advertisers 857 HIGH INDIVIDUAL 30 Chuck Kriskovich 581 DEPARTMENT ScQle S POR SALE and For Renf • There are still openings in Leagues at the Hi-Ten Bowl. • There are opening s for be- • ginners in the Wednesday • Nooners league. This is a mixed league and caters to the lower average bowlers. It is on Wednesday at 11:00 P.M. A new Women's Trio league is taking shape to be bowled on Thursday afternoon at 1:00 P.M. This league will bowl four games instead of the usual three, that is common on teams with five bowlers. Also the Men's Trio League to be bowled on Saturday at 1:00 P.M. is still looking for members. Any man or woman that is interested in joining any of these leagues can do so by either signing up at Hi-Ten or by calling in their reserva- tion. Now is the time to sign up for these leagues before they are completely filled. The Hi Ix) League bowling at 9:00 P.M. on Monday is also looking for new teams and bowlers. The Issaquah Men's League opened their bowling season last Thursday. Valley Distrib- uting rolled a high 961 scratch, 2495 for high series. Jim Holder was high with 231-585. Vern Anderson, 200- 566; Roy Shultz, 209-527; Lar- ry Totten, 510; Rein Castagno, 201-505; Bill Carey, 500; Red Anderson, 220 and Elwyn Car- ey, 202. JR. BOWLING PROGRAM Attention, all Junior Bowl- ers -- there will be a meeting at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Sep- tember 16, at Hi-Ten Bowl. All interested parties who can- not attend, should contact Bill Evans at the Bowl, or Brian Brown, junior bowling chair- man, at EX 2-6770. The regu- lar session will start Septem- ber 23 at 9:00 A.M. ISSAQUAH ALL STARS Team W L Carpenter's Local 3 1 Tigers 3 1 Athletic Supply 3 1 Issaquah Floral 3 1 Carden's Const. Co. 1 3 HENDERSON'S DRUGS KIDS LOVE THEM BECAUSE THEY CAN CHEW THEM! MULTIPLE VITAMINS 6O TABLETS 89 c ZIPPER SUIT BAGS REG. 1.29 9 C WHILE THEY LAST :ili:!:> ':iii! 35 TEAR-OFF 612 X6 INCH FREEZER BAGS : ,.,. .-- .. *r.v.' 39 ° For Sandwiches, Leftovers 4) Holds Moisture, Fhwerl ASSORTED SIES PICTURE FRAMES 9 C TO 1.98 We Help your Decter Keep you Hijtky! STORE SUMMER CLOTHING SAFELY! Henderson's Drugs ISSAQUAH SHOPPING CENTER HIGH INDIVIDUAL 10 Earl Davis " 222 Chuck Kriskovich 213 Roy Shultz 206 LAKERS Team W L Pine Lake Oil 3 1 Swanee Grocery 3 1 Manolides Bros. 3 1 Kusah's Grocery 3 1 Squak Mt. Quarry 3 1 Beav. L. Boilermakers 3 1 Fischer Bros. 2 2 Leo's Automotive 2 2 Jim's Realty 1 3 Team No. 7 1 3 Team No. 11 1 3 Cochran Jewelers 1 3 Valley Pharmacy 1 3 Team No. 4 1 3 SEASON HIGH Pine Lake Oil 1957  741 Douglas Anderson , 228 Jerry Croft 590 Leona Croft 216  500 NIIIII ford, Sr., made the Skagit Tour on Wednesday, Aug 30. They drove from Issaquah to New Haven and joined the tour party of approximately one hundred persons. On their return they stayed overnight in Mt. Vernon with Mrs. Crawford's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lin John- son. The question brought up by this tour is: "Why go to distant states for scenery when there is so much unsur- passed scenery right close to home in our own state?" Mr. and Mrs. John K. New- comer of Issaquah, had as guests for last weekend Mr. Newcomer's sister, Mrs. Dale Johnson and her husband from Alameda, Cal. Both Mr. & Mrs. Johnson had been born in this state, but left when small chin dren and had not visited here since, so wre very interested I  FENCING SPECIAL! IX6 ROUGH CEDAR • I C 5 Y2 LIN. FOOT DOBBINS LUMBER 14440 SUNSET HIGHWAY Phone 8; .'02M(m''SUNDAySat" EASTGATE s. ,,. EX 2.5151 spots in Washington on this to Victoria, Coast, Mr. and Mrs. Newcom- and also SHOPPER SPECIAL! I/2 ACRE WOODED TRACT ON BLACK-TOP ROAD -- GoOD NEIGHBORHOOD -- Close to Issl u $1250 CASH PETERS AGEN Uptown - lUacluah EX 2-64.S Eve. SH Com Elec Repair Hit Records & A TV Antenna Install Appliance Rqlab' i ELECTROC FORMER ISSAQUAH FLORAL LOCAT[0$1 HAROLD KEITH - OWNER El( The unseen ingredients aresupplied by a good cook and Puget Power Y . :::::::!:: : :! ?.!: It has been said that a perfect cake has four "unseen ingredients": the mixing, the timing, the heat and the cook. Puget Power supplies the first three by delivering dependable electricity to run mixers, clocks and ovens. There is an "unseen ingredient" in Puget Power, too. It's called private enterprise. It means we are a local, investor-owned company. As such, we pay our full share of taxes to support local government services. We pro- vide payrolls for 1600 families. We work closely with local communities on industrial development. And, we use private investments rather than tax assessments to improve and expand our facilities to better serve almost a million people in 270 communities. PUGET SOUND POWER & LI6HT COMPANY