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PAGE SIX lll|lllllllllllllllnllllllllllllUllllllllllllll I • u :." The Issaquah Theatr I n ADULTS 23c- STUDENTS 18c ms CHILDREN OCCUPYING SEATS Iic i B Wednesdays and Thursdays, Adults or Students 18c n Children Occupying Seats 11c m m Shows start 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. Sundays, Wednesdays, July 4th, • Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day. i Shows start other days at 7:30. Dark on Tuesdays. IlIIlIIIIBIIIilIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I TONIGHT, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23 • "DIVE BOMBER" • (Errol Flynn, Fred MacMurray) • NEWS | ilmllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll [] FRIDAY and SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24-25 i • 'RELUCTANT DRAGON" [] (Robert Benchley in a Waiter Disney production) [] [] OUR GANG -- YOSEMITE -- BOB HOPE COMEDY [] • BBIBBBIBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBBIIIlIIOilIIIIIIill • SUNDAY and MONDAY, OCTOBER 26-27 • "HERE COMES MR. JORDAN" • (Robert Montgomery, Claude Rains, Evelyn Keyes) • Feature starts at 7 and 9 p.m. and should be seen from first NEWS -- THE BATTLE [] IBBBBBBBBIIBBBIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIBIIIlIIIIIIIII [] i [] WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29-30 [] [] "BARNACLE BILL" [] [] (Wallace Beery, Marjorle Main, Virginia Weidler) [] [] NEWS -- CARTOON -- PASSING PARADE M IIBHBUIBIBIBIBBBBBBBBIBBIBBBIBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBI THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING III IIII FOUND--Near Catholic church boy's leather jacket. Owner may have by identifying and paying 25 cents for this notice. ISSAQUAH CITY LOTS on Highway No. 10, residenie, busi- ness, or auto cabins. Sacrifice for cash. Inquire Press office. FOR SALE-- Gourds of all kinds for Halloween. Bob Bush. FOR SALE--Gasoline donkey engine, almost new, in good coN- dition; 80 horse power, suitable for loading and hoisting, $300, with 500 feet good % cable. See Frank Lesher. CHRYSANTHEMUMS-- Eng- lish, Korean and others. See them in bloom. Orders taken now for spring delivery. Gardens at south- west corner Lake Sammamish. Mrs. George M. Clark. FOR RENT--7-room furnished house at Preston. See Ivar Larso, Preston, Washington. FOR SALE--7-room house on 2 lots 90x20 for $1500. Inquire at Press office or call evenings, East 6992, Seattle, Washington. £ PER YARD EMBROIDERING CROCHETING Mrs. C. J. Boyden Directly East of Playfield @ You may be your town's first ranking wit or classed among the best, but these will avail you nothing, iJ you jail to pass this test. Indicate your choice o/an. swer to each question in the space provided, then check the an- swers jor your score and rating. (I) An amnesia victim: (a) lacks red blood corpuscles, (b) suffers loss of memory, (e) can't sleep nights, (d) is easily duped by swindlers. L-..] (2) This famous artist painted 50 or 60 pictures of himself: (a) Raphael, (b) Millet, (c) Bing D N Crosby, (d) Rembrandt? m WANTED--Dead Stock: horses and cows. Prompt free service. We buy old and crippled horses. Phone collect--we pay phone call. Seattle Rendering Works Inc., plant phone Glendale 3166; office phone Melrose 7264. W A N T E D--Bulldozer work. Claude L. Harding, Phone Lake- side 694-J-5. P. O. Box 907. FOR SALE--Choice red fryers. Charles Tucker, Pine Lake. Tele- phone 51-R-12. F O R RENT Musical Instru- ments. $1.50 per month, applied on purchase price.. Teachers sup plied. We feature electric guitars. "Joe Petscbe's Orchestra for Dances." Renton Music Store, 214 Wells, St., Renton, Wash. AUCTION every Saturday at 1 o'clock at Morey's Auction House. Bring what you have to sell--buy what you want. Phone Dial 247, 1 mile east of Redmond. AUCTION SALE -- Farmers' Auction Market, midway between Auburn and Kent, every Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. IN APPRECIATION D.A.V. chapter No. 12 wishes to thank the Issaquah Press, the mayor of Issaquah, the business men, the V.F.W. and Auxiliary, and all who helped us with our Forget-Me-Not sale. It is very much appreciated and we will try to reciprocate whenever possible. Julia Jenks, Commander; Jen- nie Kuhn, Adjutant of Ladies Aux iliary, Valley Chapter No. 12, Renton, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. E. Massett and family of Cedar Mountain visited Mr. and Mrs. F. Massett Sunday. George Armstrong was an over night visitor at the home of his son John in Seattle Saturday. s $ $ Mrs. D. E. Brown and Mrs. E. Cedarholm ere Seattle shoppers Thursday. Sometimes after you answer my bell, the call is trans- ferred to an exten- sion and I am left "off the hook." At times books, ash- trays and other things hold me up. Whea I am left %ff the hook" your number shows "busy" at the een- :tral office. People can't telephone you until I am back in place. I l/ks to work for you. Please keep me on dutyl THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1941 (3) Surely you know that the state Indicated by the question mark isn't Utah, hut: (a) Vermont, (b) Rhode Island, (c) New Jer- sey, (d) Kentucky. L_.J (4) Your favorite dog has a prob- able life span of: (a) 10-15 yrs., (b) 18-20 yrs., (c) 7 yrs, (d) 4 yrs.? ! I (5) Florida has the longest coast- line of any state but would you guess that this state has the second longest: (a) North Carolina, (b) California, (c) Texas, (d) Utah, (e) Minnesota? I ! (6) When your doctor tells you that you need additional protein you'll concentrate on: (a) vegeta- bles, (b) stepping out nights, (e) cereals, (d) meats? I I (7) One of these modern games was originated among the North American Indians: (a) whist, (b) cricket, (c) lacrosse, (d) blind ['---] man's buff, (e) "post-office"? I I "GUESS AGAIN" uy Sore ANSWERS Here 1. H you don't have it (b) 15 pts__ 2. Art students score 20 p. (d)__ 3. (b) for 15 p. 4. (a) is worth but 10 pts .... 5. (a) again for 15 6. Butcher-boys, 15 pts. (d) . 7. (c) for 10 pts. HERE'S HOW YOU RATE: 90 and up. TOTAL -- excellent; 80.85. good; 70-75, average; 65 and below, better luck next time. .... v -o- ENTERTAINS FOR DAUGHTER Mrs. D. R. Hillery entertained with a children's party Thursday afternoon, complimenting h e r daughter Joan on her eighth birth- day. Games were enjoyed during the afternoon and refreshments served. .... V --- DAD'S DAY AT PULLMAN Five thousand Dads have been invited to attend the annual Dad's Day celebration at Washington State college October 25, features attraction of which will be the Oregon State college-WSC foot- ball game. INJURED IN SEATTLE While working on the Yesler Hill housing project in Seattle, Charles Berg fell from the second story of a building Wednesday, October 15, sustaining a fractured vertebrae. Mr. Berg is in Provi- dence hospital where he is improv- ing nicely and expects to be home in the near future. Mrs. Nick Hogrnan of Puyallup is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. An- drew Thompson. Mrs. Sadie Cook left for her home in Los Angeles Thursday af- ter a two-month visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Hugo Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Skamfer attended a reunion dinner at the Mel Odegard home in Everett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Gjendem and son and Mrs. K. Gjendem of Se- attle called on Mr. and Mrs. E. Cedarholm Monday. $ $ $ Maxine Albert of Dell Rapids, South Dakota, arrived last week for an extended visit with her uncle, T. E. Albert. ISSAQUAH FUNERAL HOME YOUR COMMUNITY MORTICIANS MR. and MRS. J. W. FLINTOFT DEPUTY CORONER PHONE 6 THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANT ! SQUAK VALLEY I By I Special Correspondent ] Mr. and Mrs` Floyd Erickson and family visited relatives in Se- lttle Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cumming of Eatonville were Sunday din- ner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Favini. Mrs. Lottie Bonnar spent the week-end in Seattle, the guest el Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Cart Pearson an(t Mrs. Magda Erickson enjoyed Sunday dinner in Preston at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bergstrom Mr. and Mrs. Archie Adair hr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Adair and daughter were Seattle viszt- ors Saturday. Eric Erickson was the dinner uest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Erick- son. in Seattle Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dontan anti daughter of Seattle were vaca- tioning in Yakima last week, and visited the M. H. Donlans Sunday enroute home. Lawrence Hampton will arrive home from Nome, Alaska, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crosley and Miss Jackie Favini visited tne Orval Seils in Selleek Saturday night. Paul Maroni, son of Mr. anu Mrs. Charles Maroni, celebrateo his fifth birthday Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gleason anu . • ISSAQUAH'S LARGEST COMPLETE FOOD MARKET . . Stevens ORDERS OF $2.00 OR MORE DELIVERED FREE IN TOWN Meadowlark Jam Assorted ...... 2 23’ Pineapple o.-. ............ 2 largetln. 35 ’ pki Packed In Inavale Pum n 2 '-'.- 19€ .... tins Flour Swans Down 49,00,.179 Coffee Hills Bros. 2 tlit 59€ Buttes' Creamery l00.39€ Sunbrite Cleanser ............ 3 .o. 13€ Waffle Syrup Staley's Finest ......... 5 "lbtiu 49’ Peanut Butter-oo,00,- .......... 2 -00ja, 32’ daughter Mary of Renton called at the Leo Gleason home Sunday. Pancake ₯ 1 o u r ,oo... ....... 4'7 € Miss Eleanor Wieklund of Sun- FRESH Inspected MEAT Fresh and Tasty-- Black Cod 17 ’ Carsten's Sno-Cap--- Shortening 2 ,,,.. 31€ Fresh, Lean-- Ground Beef 18€ From Swlft's Tender Beef-- Washrite Granulated Soap large 19€ package Mince Meat Reliance Brand Honey nyside attended a swedish show in Seattle Sunday with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wick- lund. Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Patterson,, Mrs. Bill Patterson and Thomu Peoples of Sumner visited Mrs. Annie Adair Friday night. Mrs. L. P. Campbell and daugn- :ter Marge and Mrs. Lawrence: Campbell Jr. were Seattle busi- ness callers Tuesday. Roy Hume of Minot, N.D. spent Thursday to Monday here visiting his family. Mrs. Leo Gleason an son Dan were Renton callers Monday. Mr. and Ml. Erland Pearson entertained Saturday night for Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wallace of Snoqualmie, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Howell and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Welcome of Fall City, Bob Johan- son of Preston and Miss Betty Dallier. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wilston and son Raymond of Seattle visit- ed the Mike Prospecks Saturday evening. Frank Prospeck spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson -is- •ted in Seattle Tuesday. Peggy Mattson, ill with scarlet fever, is much improved and Is expected to be out of quarantine this week. The Archie Morrisons narrowly missed losing their cow last week when an apple became lodged ia her throat. Luckily it was discov- ered in time and with the able as- sistance of F. A. Klotz, it was re- moved. Mr. nd Mrs. Erland Pearson and Miss Betty Daffier visited in Snoqualmie Sunday with friends. OUT OF THE PAST Mrs. Timey Cooke, nee Flour- White Clover 5--49’ Round Steak • 33’ .* Fresh Fish and Oysters BUY Defen;e Bonds and Stamps Mrs. Ben Harris enterta yesterday afternoon for memberS of the Odao Club. Mrs. Wallace and sons of It0" bars visited Mr. and Mrs. A. BsP ker Friday evening. Issaquah Auto Frei@ht I | I WE DO-- All Kinds of Business Hauling Every Business Day BETWEEN SEATTLE anJI Coalfield, Issaquah, Hi,h pomt, Preston, Monohon, E1]'iott a ! Cedar Grove and way-places. Seattle Depot Railroad Ave., Dearborn St- and Railroad Way Leave Seattle 1:00 p.m. only Leave Issaquah 6:00 a.m. Telephone 39 UPPER SQUAK Greater Defense Chest Drive Starts Next Week Under the leadership of A. J. Peters, Issaquah next week will conduct a campaign to raise its quota of the Greater Seattle De- fense Chest, goal of which is $865,469.00. A1 has selected a committee to aid in this drive and has asked them to meet at his office next Tuesday evening, October 27, at 8 o'clock. Col. W. E. Priestly, heading the all-county campaign, will be present. The amount raised here will go towards the funds being estab- lished for the support of the na- tion-wide united service organiza- tion and China relief. It is to be turned over to the Defense Chest and will be forwarded to national organization. COMMUNITY CHURCH LADIES SPONSOR TURKEY DINNER A turkey dinner will be served at Community Church Tuesday, October 28, at 6:30 p.m. by the ladies of the church. Mathew W. Hill, well known Seattle attorney and a world war veteran, will be the speaker. Mr. Hill is a very interesting and en- tertainlng speaker. I Since the ladies are not hav-[ ing a dinner each month, they l hope for a large attendance. 1] "'' V --- ] Mrs. Hugo Johnson shopped inll Seattle Saturday. 11 By Special Correspondent i BUS SCHEDULE 7:20 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green of Dryden and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Bower of Bryn Mawr were Sun- day guests at the Jack Hynes home. J Park Farrington and son Ron- nie and Arlpw Vance spent the week-end in Wenatchee visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Donlan, Mrs. Mamie Donlan and Jim Hines of Seattle were callers this week at the Martin Fahey home. Fred Malmassari returned home noy, of Taylorville, California, one week ago Sunday from the and two sons, Robert of Rend and island with a deer. Rowland of San Francisco, were Mr. and Mrs. John Kapolski and surprise visitors of Dad Boyden son of Enumclaw were callers a Tuesday. Mrs. Cooke and Dan the Bill Hynes home Tuesday. were kids in the same district ann Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gardetti this is their first meeting since and Mr. and Mrs. John Bonomt back in the eighties, and daughter Arlene were visitors at the John Bonomi home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. McKean of Se- attle spent the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waggoner. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sundell of Seattle called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Malmassari Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Zipp, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Pierport of Seattle and Miss Ines Campbell of Chics- BUYS FOUR ACRE TRACT AI Peters reports that William R. Davis of Seattle has bought about a four acre tract, a part of the J. J. Waddell property west of creek on Williams avenue. "Mr. Davis expects to build a home there next spring. Mayor Thos. H. Gibson is build- ing a two-car garage at the rear of his building on Mill street. s • go called on Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Ai Garner spent Johns Sunday. NEW SEATTLE EFFECTIVE AUG. 1, 1941 WEEK - DAY SCHEDULE Leave ISSAQUAH for Seattle-- 8:10 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11:35 a.m. 4:20 p.m. Leave SEATTLE for lsuquah 7:15 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 2:15 p.m. 5:10 p.m. 5:50 p.m. 8:10 p.m. SUNDAY and HOLIDAY SCHEDULE Leave ISSAQUAH for Seattle--. 9:10 a.m. 12:10 p.m. 4:20 p.m. 6:40 p.m. 9:20 p.m. Leave SEATTLE for Issaquah..- 8:15 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 5:10 p.m. 10:10 p.m. TRAILWAYS Seattle Bus Depot: Third Avenue and Virginia Street the week-end in Arlington visiV ing relatives. Mrs, Dave Lewis entertained the Sewing Club at her home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Olive Bayh spent the week-end with Mrs. Nina Tjerne of East Stanwood. 81ot Machine Chances You have one chance in 1,000 of getting the Jackpot in a slot ma- chine, according to the late Dr. E. E. Free, scientific consultant and member of New York university fac. ulty. He discovered this after an extensive investigation. The aver. age slot machine pays out, on the average, only about three-fifths of the money taken in. You have 1 chance in 500 of getting 18 coins or slugs; 1 in 83 to get 8; 1 in 16 get 4; and I in 11 1-9 to get 3. There are various ways of fixing these ma- chines so they won't pay the Jack. pot, or to inerease or decrease the odds against the player. EVERGREEN Issaquah Bus Depot: Honeysueklo Confectlonmw • i:!i