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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON L' : : .' !2'~ ' ' LOCAL MEMBERS ATTEND MORE FOOTBALL championship when it defeated the DES MOINES STAR MEET (Continued from Page 1) Youngstown outfit 13-0 here las~ I Sunday The Youngstown team wa~ Mesames L. R. Hepler, E. Lindman, goal line The extra point was tal- lheralded as one of the strongest ag- George Ek, R. J. Schneider, T. H. lied by Frank Castagno, who carried gregations in the league but the Fire- Lewis and J. H. Schomber, the Misses!the, ball over on a line plunge, linen found little trouble in defeating Meta and Eloise Mitchell and E.E.] Vincent Nelson, high school full-]the steel workers. Pickering attended a meeting of theiback and captain, intercepted a passe Issaquah made its first ialty when Juanita Chapter at Des Moines Fr]-Iand raced for the Indians' first toucn-Ia pass from Castugno to Reini lflaced day night. The Associate Matrons down Stonebridge booted the ball them within a few yards of Youngs- were the ~ " ( and Patrons of King County over for the extra point The Indians I town's goal line. Line bucks a ~- honor guests, have improved greatly since their]vanced the ball to the one yard line Mrs. Lorraine Fissell of Chehalts, first encounter with the'Firemen bulland Reini plunged the ball over on Associate Grand Matron of the have many rough spots to iron out the fourth down. The try for the Grand Chapter, was in attendance, before they become serious contend- FINNISH NATIONAL CLUB The Finnish National Club will meet tomorrow, Friday, with Mrs. Oscar Koski, in the Andrew Thomp- son cottage on West Main street. Old and new members welcome and the officers are urged to attend. era for the championship. They will meet Kirkland in the first scheduled game of the season tomorrow on the local playfield. FIREMEN WON HOME GAME; PLAY IN SEATTLE SUNDA'Y The Issaquah town team took an- other step toward the Class B league Look over the Exchange column. Other Hauling at Right Price extra point failed. The Firemen scored their next touchdown on a pass front Castagno to Pedigan. Pedigan caught the pass and galloped over the Youngs- town's goal line. Issaquah's passing and running at- tack worked strongly while they, in turn, showed gTeat defensive work, quelling a last quarter passing attack of the Youngstown bunch. The Firemen play the Taiyo Ath- letic clul~, a Japanese team, next Sun- day, in Seattle. BETHEL MISSION Sunday school at 10:00. Preach- mg service at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 Young People's meeting at 7:15 Midweek meeting Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. A. GALBRAITH, Pastor. Exchange Ads are result-getters! Phone 392 and are inexpensive. Use them. ill TOPNOTCHERS Tolde~,rad,~, ~g/~ZZ~, Acto.~ oPjff(~.~ Yor/