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FOR THE WORLD PEACE is an impossi- through human and material it must be through spirit- POwer. -- Baha&apos;i Writings tion write P. O. Box 55 or Call EX 2-3988 or EX 2-3500 DAHA'IS OF ISSAQUAH Baha'i Temple Wilmette, Ill. STARTING SATURDAY! |FING THE FAMILY! "an now to see it all! 'iy'nating exhibits, grand agricultural dis-. s, pure-bred livestock, sports and wildlife, tiZe-winning poultry, etc., etc. IE 1900 than ever granlstand show! Sensational of :ional fame. Plus horse racing, rodeo, six-horse hitche etc., etc. 6RAND OLD FAIR SINCE 19OO BEAVEll Visiting at the Bryan Caw- shaw home on Labor Day was Glennie Robson of Vancouver, B.C. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brown, enjoyed dinner Satur- day evening at the Gay Nine- ties in Tacoma. Grouse hunting over t he weekend were Larry Coling- ham and son Neal and Mr. O. C. Scott and son Alan. John Scoilard and son John were guests at t h e Elmer Johnson home on Sunday. Hosting a coffee and lunch break after bowling were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Howisey. Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. James Roberge, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Colingham and Neal, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sullivan, Mr. an d Mrs. Dick Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. H. Herold, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bulerton, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Maggard, and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Bailey and daughter Darlene, and Howard Landdeck enjoyed a weekend of sailing on a 64 foot schooner belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prothro on Labor Day. Gary Hoodless left Satur- day for Whitworth College in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Bailey visited at Fort Gamble this weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pyatt. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sherman spent a week visiting in Omak. Conconully and Republic. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Anderson left Monday for a three week hunting trip to Idaho. Want to square dance ? ? ? There will be an open dance on Thursday at the Pine Lake LAKE MORE COALFIELD . . Continued from page 2 Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Shaaf and daughter, Betty, returned September 5 from a week in Lapwai, Idaho, where they vis- ited friends. They also visi- ted in states, Idaho, and the group, together with two oth- er couples went to Missoula, Montana for an overnight side rtip. Upon their return to Idaho they went fishing in nearby creeks, with astonish- ingly satisfactory results. Mrs. Theresa (Grandma) S h aa f, who makes her home with them. also went on the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Case Van Kooten and four children, re- cently from California, a n d formerly from Holland, have leased the May Valley Dairy, formerly operated by Dick Colasurdo, and are living on the place. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gam- bini and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Parhaneimi returned Septem- ber 11 from a weekend at Sauk Mountain, near Con- crete. These ambitious folks are now recuperating from sore muscles sustained in a five mile hike up one side of the mountain and down tie other to beautiful Lake Sauk. They report seenig some ab- solutely fantastic scenery. NEIW$ . . by Vi Johnson Phone EX. 2-3572 Community Club. An old fash- ioned Box Social will be a high light of the evening. Anyone interested in the possibility of joining a square dance club, is welcome. Further informa- tion may be had by calling either Mrs. Steinauer at EX 2-5147 or Mrs. Pickering at EX 2-3458. Our Sultan (Ken MacKen- zie) in the Labor Day Parade, came home after four hours on his feet, complaining his feet hurt. Close examination re- vealed in the rush to dress before the parade, Ken had put his shoes on the wrong feet. Enough said!! ! A big bunch of onions to whoever keeps knocking down the road signs. Someone could be seriously injured if a stop sign were left dowxt for very long. This past week- end, four signs were mali- ciously pulled up on our East Shore road alone. PINE NEVFS ilIlIEF bf Louim Trebar Phone EXbreok =.47S4 A reminder to anyone who has news items. Please call them in before Monday eve- ning for the following Thurs- day publication. Thank you. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of East Lake Sammamish Rd. returned 1 a s t Tuesday after spending the Labor Day week- end as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nichols in Pen- ticton, B.C. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Evans of Pine Lake were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Graves and daughters, Wendy and Karen of Ferndale, Wash. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lewis of Seat- tle. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brixus of Riverside, California arrived Saturday and are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Daverso of Pine Lake. TerrY Dill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dill accompanied Mr. Clarence Rohrer and son, Kurt, and Leonard Kronsley on a hiking trip in the Mo,mt Rainier area over the week- end. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moss and sons, Robert and Larry, of Pine Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ames and daughters, Gwenny and Fanny, picnicked and saw the sights in the Woodland Park Zoo Sunday. Mrs. Percy Stanley returned to her Pine Lake home Tues- day after spending two weeks with friends in Spokane, Wn. and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Miss Sharon Jenkins, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jen- kins of Pine Lake, left Sun- day for Everett where she will attend Everett Junior College. Mr. and Mrs. R. French of Pine Lake Resort left Sunday to visit relatives in Calgary, Alberta. :<c ()nly ENC0 adds FREE Humble Tank Anti-Rust for 00-vear protection against rust and replacement costs! Why take chances? ]Rust can pit and corrode  og tank, cost  about $115.00 in replacement bills. But Foo Heating Oil protects your tank-and your uxd/et-with a nzffi anti-rest a titlw_ Right before your Enco man  your tank with high Fco Heating Oil, he'll add Humble  Anti-Rust m rust .. t pt rotted. "1 extra ervio, sivm you free anti-trot pmteo- ,,qo for 3 full year A! your ]Bate man b m cmu] about his cle- -Ve m=idem d your , hn ami  that '11 hary know he'J been theml He s like an  maaX And qxacuy when to refill your tatar., rot u,mmn'ee home all hinter long, it's mart to rely on Enm Honm Hmtt ENCO HEATING OIL The Bud Jenkins family have purchased the former Hedges' Pine Lake home and are living there now. The home formerly owned by the Jenkins, which is also on Pine Lake, has been bought by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Erickson. The Ericksons moved here from South Seattle. They h a v e three children, Cheryl, aged six, Carla aged four and Steven aged sixteen months. They are very happy to be living at Pine Lake. Mr. Iuis Bartling of North Surrey, B.C. and Mrs. D. Bart- ling of Burnaby, B.C., who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Tre- harne, returned to their homes in Canada Saturday. Community Club Nows The first regular monthly meeting of the Pine Lake Community Club, opening the fall season, will be held in the Pine Lake Community Hall, Wednesday, September 20 at 8 p.m. There will be a review of summer activities and a look at plans for the coming season. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY RIDE WANTED  Seattle vi- cinity, 2nd & Pike by stu- denL EX 2-,3876 9-14-2t USE THE WANT ADS THE ISSAQUAH Issaquah, Wlshingtofl ISSAQUAH SCHOOL LUNCH MENUES Monday, September 18 Hamburger gravy on hot biscuits, carrot sticks, milk and chilled fruit. P R E S S Page 7 IIII$$IltlIIIBIHH$ff Thursday, September 14, 1961 NICEST STREET rots and peas, grapes, milk and baked custard with choco- IN TOWN late sauce. Thursday, September 21 NEAT AS A PIN Baked potato with butter, cottage cheese and pineapple, Two Bedroom Ranch egg salad sandwich with ba- Tuesday, September 19 Beef and noodle casserole, con, milk and jello. vegetable salad, peanut butter Friday, September 22 Type HOme Big Sep- sandwich and peaches. Toasted cheese sandwich, erate Dining Room- Love- Wednesday, September 20 green beans, melon wedge, Weaner in bun, buttered car- milk and chocolate cake. SPECIAL! Sl.99 CITRON YELLOW FLAME RED DESCOWARE CAST-IRON PORCELAINIZED Made in Belgium Cochran's JEWELRY Downtown Issaquah EX 2-3564 ly Bright Kitchen - Lots of Windows - Beautifully Landscaped Yard - Easy Walk To Shops and School - on Dead End - A Fantastic Value Af $14,950 $550 Dn. FHA Terms ROWLEY AGENCY EX 2.6407 WlllUlllllllHlllllllllllllllllillllllltltlllilllllitltllllllliilit TONY & JOHHHi S FREE PARKING PHONE EX. 2-6717 PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY  SEPT. 14 - 15 - 16 U. S. CHOICE GRADE! THE FINEST T-Bone Steak ,b. 98 SIRLOIN STEAK lb. 85 GROUND BEEF FRESH LEAN Ib, MAYONNAISE ,O,OEN'S - FOR Of. 59" TASTIER ",U.ERS q Tomato Soup00'00'::00LsIO D Milk 0089 Dog Food Sl HUNT'S o.46 / APRICOTS... 2V2TINS4 oo STANDBY PINEAPPLE J U I C E .....o... Oz. TINS SUNSHINE ORBIT COOKIES 11Y4 Oz. Pockage HYDROX COOKIES 11 Oz. Package CUP CUSTARD NABISCO PREMIUM CRACKERS 1 - Lb. 'lc Pkg. L;,/ LORNA DOONE Shortbread 10v, o 33 Pkg. LOCAL CABBAGE lb. 4 HEAD LETTUCE CRISP 5 c 2/I lb. 10 o UICE ORANGES CROP I i ii ii i ISS.00Q00UAH read LARGE LOAVES 3/89 * i ii B"Shake-the-can" SPECIAL COFFEE 65 2 - Lbs. $1.29 M.J.B. RICE .......... 28 0z. Pkg. 35' M. J. B. R I C E......... 42 Oz. Pkg 5S * Instant Coffee . s .,0o. 1.19 Hours MONDAY THRU 8 TO 8 SATURDAY, 8 TO 6 CLOSED SUNDAY FRIDAY FOR THE WORLD PEACE is an impossi- through human and material it must be through spirit- POwer. -- Baha'i Writings tion write P. O. Box 55 or Call EX 2-3988 or EX 2-3500 DAHA'IS OF ISSAQUAH Baha'i Temple Wilmette, Ill. STARTING SATURDAY! |FING THE FAMILY! "an now to see it all! 'iy'nating exhibits, grand agricultural dis-. s, pure-bred livestock, sports and wildlife, tiZe-winning poultry, etc., etc. IE 1900 than ever granlstand show! Sensational of :ional fame. Plus horse racing, rodeo, six-horse hitche etc., etc. 6RAND OLD FAIR SINCE 19OO BEAVEll Visiting at the Bryan Caw- shaw home on Labor Day was Glennie Robson of Vancouver, B.C. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brown, enjoyed dinner Satur- day evening at the Gay Nine- ties in Tacoma. Grouse hunting over t he weekend were Larry Coling- ham and son Neal and Mr. O. C. Scott and son Alan. John Scoilard and son John were guests at t h e Elmer Johnson home on Sunday. Hosting a coffee and lunch break after bowling were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Howisey. Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. James Roberge, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Colingham and Neal, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sullivan, Mr. an d Mrs. Dick Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. H. Herold, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bulerton, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Maggard, and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Bailey and daughter Darlene, and Howard Landdeck enjoyed a weekend of sailing on a 64 foot schooner belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prothro on Labor Day. Gary Hoodless left Satur- day for Whitworth College in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Bailey visited at Fort Gamble this weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pyatt. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sherman spent a week visiting in Omak. Conconully and Republic. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Anderson left Monday for a three week hunting trip to Idaho. Want to square dance ? ? ? There will be an open dance on Thursday at the Pine Lake LAKE MORE COALFIELD . . Continued from page 2 Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Shaaf and daughter, Betty, returned September 5 from a week in Lapwai, Idaho, where they vis- ited friends. They also visi- ted in states, Idaho, and the group, together with two oth- er couples went to Missoula, Montana for an overnight side rtip. Upon their return to Idaho they went fishing in nearby creeks, with astonish- ingly satisfactory results. Mrs. Theresa (Grandma) S h aa f, who makes her home with them. also went on the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Case Van Kooten and four children, re- cently from California, a n d formerly from Holland, have leased the May Valley Dairy, formerly operated by Dick Colasurdo, and are living on the place. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gam- bini and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Parhaneimi returned Septem- ber 11 from a weekend at Sauk Mountain, near Con- crete. These ambitious folks are now recuperating from sore muscles sustained in a five mile hike up one side of the mountain and down tie other to beautiful Lake Sauk. They report seenig some ab- solutely fantastic scenery. NEIW$ . . by Vi Johnson Phone EX. 2-3572 Community Club. An old fash- ioned Box Social will be a high light of the evening. Anyone interested in the possibility of joining a square dance club, is welcome. Further informa- tion may be had by calling either Mrs. Steinauer at EX 2-5147 or Mrs. Pickering at EX 2-3458. Our Sultan (Ken MacKen- zie) in the Labor Day Parade, came home after four hours on his feet, complaining his feet hurt. Close examination re- vealed in the rush to dress before the parade, Ken had put his shoes on the wrong feet. Enough said!! ! A big bunch of onions to whoever keeps knocking down the road signs. Someone could be seriously injured if a stop sign were left dowxt for very long. This past week- end, four signs were mali- ciously pulled up on our East Shore road alone. PINE NEVFS ilIlIEF bf Louim Trebar Phone EXbreok =.47S4 A reminder to anyone who has news items. Please call them in before Monday eve- ning for the following Thurs- day publication. Thank you. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of East Lake Sammamish Rd. returned 1 a s t Tuesday after spending the Labor Day week- end as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nichols in Pen- ticton, B.C. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Evans of Pine Lake were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Graves and daughters, Wendy and Karen of Ferndale, Wash. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lewis of Seat- tle. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brixus of Riverside, California arrived Saturday and are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Daverso of Pine Lake. TerrY Dill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dill accompanied Mr. Clarence Rohrer and son, Kurt, and Leonard Kronsley on a hiking trip in the Mo,mt Rainier area over the week- end. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moss and sons, Robert and Larry, of Pine Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ames and daughters, Gwenny and Fanny, picnicked and saw the sights in the Woodland Park Zoo Sunday. Mrs. Percy Stanley returned to her Pine Lake home Tues- day after spending two weeks with friends in Spokane, Wn. and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Miss Sharon Jenkins, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jen- kins of Pine Lake, left Sun- day for Everett where she will attend Everett Junior College. Mr. and Mrs. R. French of Pine Lake Resort left Sunday to visit relatives in Calgary, Alberta. :<c ()nly ENC0 adds FREE Humble Tank Anti-Rust for 00-vear protection against rust and replacement costs! Why take chances? ]Rust can pit and corrode  og tank, cost  about $115.00 in replacement bills. But Foo Heating Oil protects your tank-and your uxd/et-with a nzffi anti-rest a titlw_ Right before your Enco man  your tank with high Fco Heating Oil, he'll add Humble  Anti-Rust m rust .. t pt rotted. "1 extra ervio, sivm you free anti-trot pmteo- ,,qo for 3 full year A! your ]Bate man b m cmu] about his cle- -Ve m=idem d your , hn ami  that '11 hary know he'J been theml He s like an  maaX And qxacuy when to refill your tatar., rot u,mmn'ee home all hinter long, it's mart to rely on Enm Honm Hmtt ENCO HEATING OIL The Bud Jenkins family have purchased the former Hedges' Pine Lake home and are living there now. The home formerly owned by the Jenkins, which is also on Pine Lake, has been bought by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Erickson. The Ericksons moved here from South Seattle. They h a v e three children, Cheryl, aged six, Carla aged four and Steven aged sixteen months. They are very happy to be living at Pine Lake. Mr. Iuis Bartling of North Surrey, B.C. and Mrs. D. Bart- ling of Burnaby, B.C., who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Tre- harne, returned to their homes in Canada Saturday. Community Club Nows The first regular monthly meeting of the Pine Lake Community Club, opening the fall season, will be held in the Pine Lake Community Hall, Wednesday, September 20 at 8 p.m. There will be a review of summer activities and a look at plans for the coming season. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY RIDE WANTED  Seattle vi- cinity, 2nd & Pike by stu- denL EX 2-,3876 9-14-2t USE THE WANT ADS THE ISSAQUAH Issaquah, Wlshingtofl ISSAQUAH SCHOOL LUNCH MENUES Monday, September 18 Hamburger gravy on hot biscuits, carrot sticks, milk and chilled fruit. P R E S S Page 7 IIII$$IltlIIIBIHH$ff Thursday, September 14, 1961 NICEST STREET rots and peas, grapes, milk and baked custard with choco- IN TOWN late sauce. Thursday, September 21 NEAT AS A PIN Baked potato with butter, cottage cheese and pineapple, Two Bedroom Ranch egg salad sandwich with ba- Tuesday, September 19 Beef and noodle casserole, con, milk and jello. vegetable salad, peanut butter Friday, September 22 Type HOme Big Sep- sandwich and peaches. Toasted cheese sandwich, erate Dining Room- Love- Wednesday, September 20 green beans, melon wedge, Weaner in bun, buttered car- milk and chocolate cake. SPECIAL! Sl.99 CITRON YELLOW FLAME RED DESCOWARE CAST-IRON PORCELAINIZED Made in Belgium Cochran's JEWELRY Downtown Issaquah EX 2-3564 ly Bright Kitchen - Lots of Windows - Beautifully Landscaped Yard - Easy Walk To Shops and School - on Dead End - A Fantastic Value Af $14,950 $550 Dn. FHA Terms ROWLEY AGENCY EX 2.6407 WlllUlllllllHlllllllllllllllllillllllltltlllilllllitltllllllliilit TONY & JOHHHi S FREE PARKING PHONE EX. 2-6717 PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY  SEPT. 14 - 15 - 16 U. S. CHOICE GRADE! THE FINEST T-Bone Steak ,b. 98 SIRLOIN STEAK lb. 85 GROUND BEEF FRESH LEAN Ib, MAYONNAISE ,O,OEN'S - FOR Of. 59" TASTIER ",U.ERS q Tomato Soup00'00'::00LsIO D Milk 0089 Dog Food Sl HUNT'S o.46 / APRICOTS... 2V2TINS4 oo STANDBY PINEAPPLE J U I C E .....o... Oz. TINS SUNSHINE ORBIT COOKIES 11Y4 Oz. Pockage HYDROX COOKIES 11 Oz. Package CUP CUSTARD NABISCO PREMIUM CRACKERS 1 - Lb. 'lc Pkg. L;,/ LORNA DOONE Shortbread 10v, o 33 Pkg. LOCAL CABBAGE lb. 4 HEAD LETTUCE CRISP 5 c 2/I lb. 10 o UICE ORANGES CROP I i ii ii i ISS.00Q00UAH read LARGE LOAVES 3/89 * i ii B"Shake-the-can" SPECIAL COFFEE 65 2 - Lbs. $1.29 M.J.B. RICE .......... 28 0z. Pkg. 35' M. J. B. R I C E......... 42 Oz. Pkg 5S * Instant Coffee . s .,0o. 1.19 Hours MONDAY THRU 8 TO 8 SATURDAY, 8 TO 6 CLOSED SUNDAY FRIDAY