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OCTOBER 5, igg~. T Hk ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KIN~ CO., WASHINGTOL. PAGE THREE More Football Continued from Page 1) at the try-for-point after both failed. No Game Tomorrow Indians will rest tomorrow as outside competition is con- On Sunday, the Kinnunes LOCAL AND PERSONAL1 1, Community Church II DEATH OF T. J. WHITE I .... News was received today by J. J.l Miss Ferol Tibbetts spent part of 'The Second Degree" in Christian Lewis, of the death of Mr. T.J. THEISSAQUAH THEATRE this week in Seattle. I efficiency will be given Sunday at White of Edmunds, a former resident Mr. andlMsrS. Frank Obo::hof~ a:d111:00. There are 12 degrees in this I fhasISSaqUahrelatives andandOfmanyKennydale.friends Hein 10~~ .... --- ::-+ :+- ........ ::--:= :::: --~~--2S-- Mr. and h -.. Charles ' d " , "" i sesries, each one educational and ca- I this neighborhood. Week Days 7:30 P. M. -- Sundays and Holidays 6:30 aud 8:30 P. M. of Stanwood, spent Sunday afternoon sential to intelligent Christian living. or they have no game sche-!wlth Mrs. Nma Tjetne. Sunday school at 10:00; Christian Bothell and Kirldand willI Mr. and Mrs. William }tannis and Endeavor at 6:45; both with helpful represented by strong teams two daughters were guests Sunday oZ subjects, r and Snoqualmie's outfit will1 Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McDonald. ~ " " ....... ne - set ~osed al ' "b n s " ~unaay evening a~ :ou a w - : most entn'ely of for-! Mrs. W. E. Gl so .pent Friday at- its of sermons begins, "The Names ermen, thus presenting a stiff ~ternoon In ~eatue. ~ .....' The first name studies I OI wnrlsL ce scbedu]e for the Indians. John Holmes left Mon.day by ,auto will be "Jesus," defined for us in for Arizona, wnere ne wt1 spenu ~ne .. _ -- .. ~. . 'RIENDS V- ~winter [Matthew 1:21.The *dung reop,e's M ISIT ON I " [choir will sing. PUNT RAINIER SUNDAYI Mrs. G. Y. Baker, who has been atI This is a Community Church; do and Mrs ~r ~..~,~,.l~,,,tthe home of her sister, Mrs F J Hat- . . ......... ..L .............. . .... . " " l no~ iorget k is ~or yuu. :r. and Mrs Ral-h White ofIris, in Seattle,tne past two weeks re- o ~, *~rn~,~eO~r Pastor ;na, Californ'ia, an~d Mrs. Freatceiving medical attention, returnedt ~" ~ .....~ .... )erlain of Puyallup were dinner home Monday mornmg. 1 .~.-...*,~,~,~, Friday at the C E Kinnune Mrs C. E. Kinnune was a Seattle l l~lKIP.,~lt/l~ shopper on Monday. guests drove to CarhonI on Mount Rainier Charlie+ Chamberlain worked to- on the mountain several years ~-BEKAHS TO BOTHELL members of Gilman Rebekan attended the semi-annuaI of Distirct No. 25 in Bothell, ly. They enjoyed an after- evening of instruction and ~inment. PER YARD Mrs. Dan Davies, Mrs. Olive Bayh, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Burns enter- to wit: within sixty (60) days after and Miss Meta Mitchell visited Home rained the Misses Ethel Martin, Dor-ithe thirty-first day of August, 1933, Chapter O. E. S. at Georgetown Tues- othy Swanson and Mary Ro~r~,e atIand defend the above entitled action lastS:., tin the above entitled court, and day evening, dinner at their home here ' we'tanswer the complaint of the plaintiff, Mr. and Mrs. William Trigg were nesday evening, and serve a copy of your answer up- Seattle visitors Tuesday .... St ne formerl- of Oak Ion the undersigned attorney for t~ev. ram o , , . .y -Iplaintiff, at his office below stated; Mrs. R. Berman of Seattle was a land, California, conuuctea a service and in case of your failure so to do, guest of her mother, Mrs P. Pedi- at the local church last Wednesday[judgment will be rendered against gana, this week. evening. Singing was furnished by Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Gibson, E. E. the Sunday school choir led by Mrs. Pickering, Mrs. L R. Hepler and Mrs. John Skoglund. i R. J. Schneider visited Palm Chapter 'O. E. S. Tuesday evening, where the The Ladies' Aid society held their Associate Matrons and Associate Pc- frist meeting of the season in the i trons of King County were being church parlors Thursday afternoon. The hostesses were Mrs Ronald John- honored. ST JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH son and Mrs. John Skoglund. Rev. Father Caxey, Pastor A baby girl was born to Mr. and Services the first Sunday of each Mrs. Ole Person at their home here month at 8:30 a.m. All other Sun- days at 10:00 a. m. Catechism every Monday. 'Mother and daughter are Saturday afternoon at 1:30 for the reported as doing nicely children Carl Lindstrom, Gust Lindstrom OLD TIME FRIENDS MEET and Albert Carlson, all of this city, Mrs. Henry Bell of St. Charles, I1- yd linois, Mrs. J. F. Mongerson and Ed- left Tuesday for California via auto- . mobile, to visit relatives in Long Mrs. C J,,B0 en ith Lundgren of Seattle were guests Beach and San Pedro. Directly East of Playfield of Mrs. Emma Hazelhurat at the ....................... Read home last Friday. The ladies ....... FRATERNAL ORDERS Phone Issaquah 385 were former neighbors in the Illinora town. "NO HUNTING"--Signs at The THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5-6-7 ~,~',. _ r?_ * ,9 Press office, 3 for 25c; 7 for 50c; :state fair 16 for $1.00. (Janet Gaynor, Will Rogers) NEWS --- SILVER SPRINGS Use Issaquah Press Printing -:--~~ :- ~T--~ SUNDAY (ONE DAy), OCTOBER 8 ING COUNTY, WASHINGTON "The Sign Of The Cross" The City Mortgage Company, a Corporation, etc., Plaintiff, vs. Hans NEWS -- CARTOON Ulevog and Samuel Inch, Defendants. - :~~" SUMMONS. No. 264951 MONDAY - TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9-10 The State of Washington to the "Mama Loves Papa" said Hans Ulevog, defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear with- SCREEN SONG -- SOUVENIR -- COMEDY in sixty (60) days after the date of ................................................................ the first publication of this summons, October 12, 13, 14--Farewell to LArms." October 1~, 16- "Song of Songs." October 19, 20, 21--"The Stranger's Return." October 22, 23--"This Day and Age," October 26, 27, 28---"An- other Language." October 29, 30--"Turn Back the Clock." November 2, 3, 4---"Her First Mate." November S, 6---"The Rebel." November 9, I0, 11--"Moonlight and Pretzels." Novem- her 12, 13--"Beauty for Sale." November 16-17-18---"Broadway To Hollywood." November 19-20-21--"The Penthouse". you according to the demand of the l complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. In this ac- tion the plaintiff seeks to recover a l judgment against the defendant in the sum of $275.00, with interest on same at 8% from February 2nd, 1933, and $100.00 attorney's fee~, upon a promissory note and the fore- closure of a chattel mortgage given to secure the same, and that tbe said chattel property be sold to satisfy such judganent, and that a receiver for the same has been appointed. H. E. Foster, Attorney for Plaintift. P. O. Address 209 Lippy Building, Seattle King County Washington. Date of first publicatibn: Augus~ 31, 1933. 8-31 10-5 GILMAN LODGE No. 69, I. O. O. F. i Meets every Friday evening. Theo. iKinnune, N. G.; L. H. Smart, Secy. :GILMAN REBEKAH LODGE No. 59 I. O. O. F. Meets first and third Wednesday of each month, at I. O. ORDINANCE NO. 548 An Ordinance of the Town of Issa- quah, Washington, licensing and reg- ulating the sale, or other disposition of beers, ales, porter, wines, or sim- ilar fermented malt or vinous liquor and fruit juice containing more than one-half of one per cent, by volume, of alcohol, and not more than 3.2 pet" cent of alcohol by weight. The Town Council of the Town of Issaquah, Washington, does ordain as follows: Section 1. It shall be unlawful to sell, give or otherwise dispose of or deliver to any person under the age mllllnlllllgllllllllllllllllllllll EBA'S MUTUAL GROCERIES CONSISTENTLY MAINTAIN THE BEST VALUES IN TOWN. MAKE IT A POINT TO SEE EBA-MUTUAL FIRST ALL DURING OCTOBER~ m~ OUm ~ Yhese Values Apply for FRI. - SAT. and MONDAY C.&H. " ,q,IJ! 17 " 9c _____ mmI, [()]NE' p E A N U T CLOVERDALE -BUTTER O. F. Hall. Mary Kinnune, N. G.; of twenty-one years any beer, ate, Ruby Lindman, Secy. porter, wme or similar fermented ............................ malt or vinous liquor andlor fray, --Being without a telephone is such an unnecessary hardship DRUOSTOae GROIRV OEPARTMEL*T STOaE CLEANERS A TELEPHONE i$ found in the thrifty home, for it saves the nickels, dimes and quarters of constant errand-running. It increases personal effectiveness. UAH VALLEY GRANGE No. juice containing more than one-half i 581. Meets second and fourth Mort- of one per cent by volume of alcohol. and not more than 3.2 per cent of al- i day of each month, 8 p.m., Grange cobol by weight. Hall. W.V. Bradley, Master, Mrs. C. Section 2. No beverage dispen- [ . . - . , T. Cqson Seer sary as hereinafter defined shall be! Insavmgs and m services it's a wa e- ['~" ~ ' " ...... situated within a radius of within two " e ., , , . ., ~ENT No. 43, I. hundred feet of any ~ade school or earner .or me wnoJc ,amny. n n ~' ~[oo+o ~,-~, ~c,~n,~ -~a~ high school grounds, or within a ra- .... dms of ]thin two hundred f t or urday at lssaquah and every fourth any church Thursday at Redmond. Visiting Pa. Section 3 It shall be unlawful to ] TilePacific Telephone and Telegraph Company i triarehs welcome. R, G. MeKee, C.. sell, barter, exchange or distribute} P; E. J Lindman, Scribe any of the aforementioned beverage l ,. , ,,, ,. , '-:-; -. ~ .......... "~; ......... containing more than one-half of one[ lssaquan, wasnlngmn MYRTLE LODGE No. 108, F. & A. per cent by volume of alcohol, or} first -~aturdav in each[more than 32 per cent of alcohol by ~x " M. Meets , . Y.. " :7. .. Iweight, without having a license so -- - '"" ' -- Th::nF?~;;I~e; Se~:y?man, w ~a, to d:~ta:nher:.]naf~e:st~:a~d~f and[or .Section I" "DlstrlbU~erS:ra Tsh%Pr~ lrerde~ver~:: tb:e~yoliqtUw~ntt any ----~---~--------Iplaces where meals are served and vnege ot o s~mDu.ung ev g I P s g y- CENTURY CHAPT, ER/; 6rt61~ %e~.l:31edd: t: byVe/itg::~::tS:n~Yr bp~ ~ b:rSybaJe?t~ ~i:tiic:~nu~e/Tayfse$#0a0~l (21~ y~qa2Sperson ho,dlng a beverage S. Meets seeona a u . . a. , .... a..mo~ih, +~ l~ .... ra~es -nb" t- the[license authorized by this Ordinance where meals are serveu and solo, wltn ~.~- ~-~ -~-~. ~ ~ s neaday m Masome hall. Hazel Ek ....,+ ..... ,,if,, ~' ~ l~,~t to,,I~n~ trade (that is, licensed places) or to Ishall, sell or serve. or compensation W M., Minnie Schomber, Secy. ~,eo~fe-%~h'~-i~[ts~)eJn'~n'oJera~o~ residents of the city having a dom,-Iany. oevera,ge liquor, or oz~er to ao "~ ~orVa "eriod of at least one (1) year tile. No distributor shall conduct ls, m any place, or at any omer um~, v ............. be interested in an,, store main lot otherwise than authorized by thin prior to ~ne appllca~,]on Ior ;;fie l}- v. ~ " J Ordinance' Standard Time cense. The license fee shall be Fifty tained for the retailing of beverages. , n uncitl (d) No person shall sell or sup- Dollars ($50.00) per year, payable Section 8. The Tow Co -1-- " * "' + SUNNY JIM ,~AnltAt/ PRESTON and HIGH in advance may, in its discretion, issue a twenty- ~'oy a:Yn,?ev~[agejlaqurt.~ ia~ eP:~'~ z-LB. GLASS .... -~--.~--~,~-: ....... No draught beverages shall be sold four hour permit for the sale of bey. '~f ...~w~...:.,~,.,.~,^f~ .... .~, JAR from such places, Bottled beverages " , ~ "'i Section 12. Beverage linuor h- POh~, to ~r~.~ e~ages, the license fee to be not less v ,,.~,~,~,,,~ .q.,,. ~, ,...~,~o. One Way R. TriP[shall be kept in sealed cartons or thanFive (,$5.00) Do!!ars, and no!censes shall be granted, suspended de twenty iour nour pelmlt, oi license, rev Eba S -UIg"" =,,.._,, v~I||R . ~. PKG."l--9, - -- " ............. - ..... ~ma,, ho sold in cases or cartons cot,-to se[I D-everages ...... said Town Council in the manner " 1 LB lssaquah ...75 1.2S cases, and such bottled beverage,~ "'" un'~er this Ordin " oked in the sound discretion of the High Foint ............ 1.OO 1.SO [tai~in~ one or more bottles ance shall be issued except upon ap.!provided by law and this Ordinance. S-'-- MAPLE ' PINT ,~ ~ Preston .................. 1.05 I.SS I No"beverages shall be sold from plication of. lodges.or other org.aniza-I Section 13. This ordinance shall (All Round Trips Bear 00-Day Limit) such places between the hours of on~ tions, desirmg to nave tne prlvu.egeibe in full force and effect five (5) yrup TREE BOTTLE 1 UC V IS A U H (1) o'clock a m, and six (6) O'ClOC~. to sell oeverages Ior speeml occasion, days from and after its passage, up- LEA E S Q A l a m " " only [proval and legal publication, as pro- 8:10 a.m. "12:20 noon 3:50 p.m.[ Section 5. Beverage dispensaries: Section 9. It shall be unlawful for vtded by law: ........ Extra Sundays, Holidays, 8:10 p. m. lA beverage dispensary ~s defmed any person to drmk any beverage tnI Approved zms z~ro any oI ~eptem- tine O~%GLISH 3 PKGS. 10c ....... " l as a place where draught beer or beer i any public place not licensed under i ber, 1933. . . ~ . ~LAROE 9:30 a.m. *h3S p.m. S:lS.p.m. lsold to the customers, to be consumersi Section 10. Any person who shalllthis Ordinance i a invalidity): IWl irnIL--~I~" --d~.HAPPY ~ ~I~ LEAVE SEATTLE ]beverages in uncapped bottles may be the provisions of this Ordinance. Signe~ under protest ass nehevn I,~b,l~,l~ V.ALE !-., CANS n-"4~- Extra Sundays and Holidays, 10 p. m.}Wh!!e they ,sit at tables ther.e~n. Or!be guilty of violating any of,theI Stae2~:.~A~i~a~t~r,da~Yo~r~e..tembe~ , . wnue s~anulng a~ a oar. , FIgUVILI- I provisions"" OI ~nis or(finance snail De l *a. a u ~ o a ~ ~, , --,~ I_e Daffy except Sunday lED:. That all beverage..d~spensarlea i guilty of a misdemeanor and shall, 1193_3% .... .~. ,_ t MAGIC TALL a~h EXPRESS (minimum) 25ci~u~: ;e p~o[igeath~l~u~o~a~iupon conviction thereof, be fined ~.I ~" '" ~as., ~I~y ~er~. O Juice v~kYY %]~s ~C Icnalrs Ior U Dy Ia sum not less than Ten Dollars anal ...... as mm R s ~s s /desired. Not more than five such ll-not more than Two Hundred Dollar.,/ ~~ ~ EBA'S SPECIAL .. at Nflr[ ]r ff$ Iln$}eenses for beverage dispensaries shall[or shall be imprisoned for a period oi"I { +,If Ic~ ..... I----l. "~i~--Ii" | ! IlUi tlI I~ViIg ~Lg~U LIIIU] be i=o,,ed The fee to be One Hund-pnot less than five days nor more tha~ } } st r~tya tu ,,--uu~ ,, ~u } ~i~_ai~a QUALITY -]~ """ /'~ --~" - ~ I - ~'- ' - ..... r ear !sixty days, or by both such fine an~[ I "----------- ........... rea Twenty-live l)ollars pe y , ' 9 ----.-., lmnr,sonment. I {PAUl S BARBER sHnP{ ayable in advanc ~' ~l@lll~ STANBY CAN ~l~Ai~ T%l['} rt ~ VTTTTT~T)'~r |[P " I ~ection 11. General Prohibitions: } , $ b ~op Flavored PER ~ ~ 1~J~. IJ. I~. nl~i |l Beverage dispensaries may sell~ (a) Except as provided andrsoa~-I~ ~peclat" " " at~entlonT" ~o" "-~. ~ PHYSICIAN mad SURGEON |l cigarettes and light lunches Bottled~thorized by this Ordinance, no pe n ~ ( 1~ NAVY--RED ~ LBS ~ ~ |lbeverages in cartons may be sold to shall expose or keep for sale, or dlr-] | ~,~r]~' ~wrl C~.hHrlt,~'~ ~O MEXICAN ~ " ~l~l~ Office In ~ Building, |ltake out. [ectly ~r indirectly sell or offer toI { ...... . ................ I I Beverage dispensaries shall be op-]sell, or supply for a consideration,|} naircutting ..... ~ ..... ~[len to the view of the public at all[any beverage liquor. [ } ---o--- ) EANS -- - "- nones umce,. ..... l~esluenceia~l n doors shall be LARGE " : ~ }times and noswi" ging .... { (b) Except in the case of liquor,{ ~ Shaving: Material | LIMAS ~ -A~UC I permitted. ~ucn ~laees ,snan .re]given Ida person under the age Off| "-" 0--- ' ~]closed between the nours ox one ~i)| ......... ; --- - ~ ~~,^,-~^~.- .- a,,~ six ~6t o'clock am /twenty-one tzi) years ~y ms pro-I} ~ .... + w;~.~,,~o.. ,.o ..... ~ } ~'=~~'t~Ti []~'~"~'ion"6" "13evera~,e'stores" "~entorlegalguardian, no personsha~l , .......................... DENTIST "be~verage" "or "be~r" store" shall/sell, give, serve or otherwise supply i/.~~ i 2 ;,,21c Office Hours, gto 5, and /]meanaplaeewherenlybttledbe''} .................................................. ' ..................... V n KRAFT ~unuays anu evenings Dy I . .. ..... .'erages are s01d The license fee~......................,..,.,m..,.....m...'~ I shall be Twenty-five Dollars per yeax-. / ! II l[ Appointment |!Bottled beverages shall be kept mtl We Do All Kinds of Hauling Bus;hess Every Business Day g u ^ / U 4[IRACL| Phone 602 Issaquah. Wash.[sealed eartons or eases, and such bot- , . fled beverages may be sold in casesll -- between ---- + bottles. No draught beverages shall I~ Seattle and Coalfield, lssaquah, High Point, Preston, Monohon, I 1 1 WHIP .... or cartons containing one or more |i ! ATTORNEY be sold from sUCh places and no bey- Eihott" and Cedar Grove, and all way places " " ++.PINT JAR 17c I erages shall b. opened or consumed]I | QUART JAR=~9~=C==m InIn ~i~h~:~