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OCTOBER 12, 1933 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTUI~ PAGE THREE kL ORDERS CHAPTER No. 66. O.E. THE ISSAQUAH THEATRE second and fourth Wed- in bIasonic hall. Hazel Ek, Minnie Sehomber, Secy. I~/~"~ ......... ~.~: ~ .. . 10c ..... ==-=-:= ............................ ~- ........... 25c kN LODGE No 6q, I O O_F~. - ~ Week Days 7:30 P. M. -- Sundays and Holidays 6:30 attd 8:30 P. M. :s every Friday evening. Thee. [ .~.: THURSDAY - FRIDAY - S-;TURDAY, OCTOBER 12-13.14 I ~N REBEKAH LODGE No. 59 " " + +" ' ' "A Farewel To Arms" O. F. Meets first and third (Helen Hayes, Lary Cooper) Lindman,sday of each month, at I. O. Secy. I~~ ~/~ NEWS -- THE SINGING PLUMBER thdl.Mary Kinnune, N. G.; ~!ili;:: .....:..~ ;:A~,~ SUNDAY - MONDAY, OCTOBER 15-IS UAII VALLEY Meets secondand fourth Men- ]~~}i!::: (7 ine aong ur dongs kN EN('AMPMENT N,* 43 I. :i::i ....... ~iv~Li!: ,L l..~.,.,~,}:,jx ar ,i ,ou:'th /~~ ii::!i~:::i::i::::::~:~:i:~!:i~ ! "SonR of Songs." October 19, ZO, Zl--'The Stranger's Return. ay a: ;{,'dm,,ad. \ i~itm~ Pa. I~i :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i: October 22, 23--"This Day and Age." October 26, 27, 28---"An- :" wc~(.,,,,:,e. R. (; \l,'b:~'e, C. [~~ ::::!i~.!~:i!~-~i~i| t= other Language " October 29, 30---"Turn Back the Clok." J. Lindman, Scribe. , Lttv~'rva v Ro,:e ,t:s .... i,.n,, ~-..~..,._.:.'~(~::~?i ~1~1]1 li Nowmber 2 3, 4-- Her F,.rs, l%ate.' November 5, 6---"The LI': LOI}(;I,~ No. ]0h, F, & A. at the hn:,.ria, C, ,v C n nanv | i ~~ ; Rebel. November 9, 10, 11-- Moonlight anal Pretzels. Novem- Meets first Satu,'dav in e.xchIWa~ e.,e,qed ~ha{ ........ ;f the /',Lugi |~~[ bet 12, 13---"Beauty for Sale." Novemher 16-17-18--"Broadway I ", ""X: ,Y. .... "" ...... I ll!l To Hollywood." November 19-20-21--"The Penthouse". F. Drylie, Secy. Ing made t,, keep |_ :" - I I ~~i + I +VeMern eanily far- I - -.-+-> ~~ I ouMv.tOr'.... , ........ ,i .... I I ..... ': , [ " " I ~~::}~ ] As NIgA expenditure of SSO.00O 1, belag made by the Vnnee Hotel, i John o)~ - ?,*~,..,~.,;ll,~ xHuH-pA xr;f~ ~P'I llllr~l~l~l"lr' t'tt%aR~l~.l-tr. D. R.andHILLEF YsuI C;EO i ................ :: ........ : ....... Sea,t,. ..... ,a ..... ,a,,h O' .. (.',, o.. I - ......... o ............................ ____....__...u ..................... .-- v.............__ ~ :~:~::::: :~ : !.,,, .......... , c.A,. W. IIU~'LOCI~ (lea,. It ..... .er. Many .Mr. at d Mrs Henr.. Fosse at the,r, I ii;!;;::i}:;::;.::::: :~ Itlti~ complete moder.lzlitloa program, coma vcre dinner guests ~unaay at I :!:~ :: .~t~ ....... Inow enemployed will find moeh-needed employment as a resnlt of I ': 'Y "~ . (From first page) :!;;:;i!:..!:..:.:. . ~.i>~!~i~::~:ii ..... ~!:.:!:~:::;i!}: the L R. Hepler home I:::: ~ iill , ,................... ~ " and ,.)ara l e belongs to the past All )ffice In Bank Building I i::::::ii::" ~:~ "::: ~iil I~~~:~i [ I~~ [ Gordon Tjerne of Stanwood s,)ent!hands have before them the seriou~ ~s:Offlce 142 Residence 1:~3t I:::::::::: ::~. : - I [~~i! [~~ Sunday afternoon with his me;her business of doing the plowing. ..... :: :: : ~~?::-:: - , ~~:.::." , i ~ii:/:.:;~ Mrs Nina rjerne That the public has turned its eye : ::" ............ h " ' ....... '- " ...... I ~:i.~ * * * Ire th~ actual economic working of the R. WILLIAM HOLLAND "~ l~:::~ [~X~;k: I~:~:[! I the V. of w.. af,er I ~~ii~ ! M,ss Sylv,a Talus, who is employed Act in practical operation, is evidenz ! l~~1~ ]r~e~rn~y:h~t~tio~e~l~e~ l~}~ ~ B:eT:r~:n~e;pent the week end ~ro=h the venreWSpaper reports eta DENTIST 'i' I I . ". - I ~:~!i~ ..... per, del" ed by a h'gh offieal in Ffice Itours, 9 to 5, and. I~"~[~l ]~~ " "xel * A;derson of Sea~"eIthe American Federation of Labor. undays and eveningsby ! ..... : .... Key. ~ , ~u I l[[~~ l l~!~ l held a meet',,- at the High PointIHe sees, as beneficial results of the Appointment ! ........... ~ g I ! I - ' :( tmimml i ...... evenin- measure, a large number of men re- e 602 Issaquah. Wash. it :: ...... ~ ~. cnurcn ~unuay g. . . . I I I - ~~-------:-_- - I ] P I , , , employed, an mcrea~e m buyang pew- - l I I llllll ;/: : I I Mr. and Mrs A. Erickson and faro-[er, and the abolition of child labor. l I I lily of Lake Sammamish spent Wed-l On the other hand, he warns that MILK--/ ,1~~~:~, I~~~1 eo-gres.toaal a|stelee nesdav evenin with Mr and Mrs.}when the prices of commodities rise, ;~'i ~ eommltten of the -- " , AND CREAM / .... II ~~~BII -o.American Carbon.tea 1 .... 1~0,,l . . Beveta- -- ..... t [ Nels Nelson and family }Into ~ wageSevery oftenbranch remamand at phase a standstill, of hit- " " ~ ~ Seattle last week, where they are now /~~:~!:!1 I ~~ I " : " . "IThe satisfactory and complete solu- " "~ MARTIN nonces, t employed. -- ~ ,,el, above) E .... ' It,on of those problems Will be tim lls.~nlER1DDEI.LoI --I "~L"IIM of El Monte California and CARt ItLACKSTOCK redid ~aves .un.,t~, [ Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Nix of Bu~-ttin lies almost completely in the 1 lndl ~ " "~ u ' ' " ne ontalns relle~ ey ~mo t an of Seattle carried off most of the national recot'ds for amoteur ...... .H,,. I~t--,~l ,.~ I hn~rton snent gn,,~,r ot *h~ 14~,~,,} future. .~t-,tt~~lon la be- --,o~:e- --.wbo~'~ In the lPaeifle Coast Ou(board Chaml)tonuhlpsJnst ~'~'=~"~ie'~-'~h~=~ |~ ~.- v ....... .~ ............ ,~j * * * . I~1~. ~e b~ t.!~eonl he~;l'h~'$ea(tle. They won the all ..... I S .... II .... petition.I'n~o'ii--cofl'ee ce~B-~ I~cnomner home. t ...... , - - . ., . r o ave I i lall F racial enKieell. * A wasnln on woman WhO nwta ~.~ ~ ~t" ":s " ~ and the national ehampionsh p n C wster | * * t ~t~ ~ent C " ..................... -- .............................................................. --) Mrs Wm" McCagne f Vlct~ia' B'ibrken a saucer' wished t buy ar~t~" n~f~L1 . t.~--w --ffi,t-~ ....~-''---lstrom visited with home folks over home Tuesday evening /C., a sister of Mrs Wm Brooks, is er to match it A crockery dealer aU LU~At- AInU rI~IK~VNALk ": ~ , , ," . " " " the week end They are employed |visiting at the Brooks home }had a saueer, but no corresponding i l tellin ft. PER YARDc, ]. B0yd ell" of M :s:dejessMr and Mrs P-~71Paulsen f Rich I near Lester .... hB~s Powershat:r~;*ea ~:vten~'hnandY George;" GibsonHenry t dinMn~her ~ ~:stEoTii:f" ! :vening.*JPe:TN:lS:S a~ I Grant and Enid Lvegren f Seat'/] ~l~kspentDan Daviesthe ts:overe? 7neard w~thEllensburgl the' home m ~aa3or~e~:!: ~ *' * ~!" !~i "1cuP' and the rules f the hus]i fi"home.ofherst , uars~hHse:tspen~ srome Mend,a n in ~neBrem:lWeeKie~i~ On' ent ;f her cup, and then buYo rena t !~t~l%ttoSeemlcliaunLat a~da~irTt~r';Shs!e c ; 1 I Directly East of Playfield of Seattle- visited Wi/h friends hereI "' " " I'on a prospecting trip, in the intereststMonday of last week and saucer from him, but her offer ,v| -- ~, ,a~,, I Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Wo