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I~IURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1"~ THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQU,:;_~:, ~.~ CO., WASHINGTOI~ PAGE THREE )CAL AND PERSONAL for Seattle today, where she will vis- 10. 0 lit before returning to her home. HIGH POINT I [ Community Church I ! and Mrs. Melvin Krumbach J0- ~ ~ 0 e called to Pullman. esterda-I ,L" It. Smart recived word. last. A .serious accident occurred last ~L ,,,x~.~;-*h ~1~(, .... ,e,, ,,The ....... heel..._ ...... _,.,,t J )unt of the death ofY the la~e'~ W;dT:~a~q:l~i:h~adm:?bhllf his~l:] Friday afternoon when Mrs: John/wot:k of the I~oly Spirit", will be Ier. t , . . ,. ~ - -- . "' Halversou slipped on the we~ slcle-lgiven Sunday at 11:00. All those', . . . services were nolo in ~eattle rrluay walk at her home anu iractureu ner,. ~ ". , . .. . , .. , . ._ , ~, .... , , , . ,wishing topal'taKe O[ tne Lor(l's Sul3-! lr. and Mrs. Manning are visiting]Mrs- ~ampDen m also survlveu oy leg. After first aid had been adnnn- ,, . ~.~ .... 1,1 ,a .... +- -ttend " ~J ,cattle this week two children, Mrs. Alberta Empm and,isterd, she was taken to the Snoqual-i S m'a school at 10 00 Chits~ ! " " . . . ~u ry : : ; , ".uanl lr and M-"* "'* * .... (Howard Campb:ll.. mle Hospital and is now resting at]Endeavorst 6:45. i ,s. rlowaru vaugnn ano[ . ~, , ,.Iher home "Working My Way Thru School"! dren and Mr Barney White, his brother t~on or - r nson and dauThtte~h:f Chothl:l] Soap Lake, his brother-in-law Fred Emck Brod:[r:fT:fmS~::tlhe:~eas nils the suluect for the eve mng see-! e Sunday dinner ~uest~ - M,. jHastings and three others from Mt.[week ena gu , vice, in honor of Nauonm V~ducationI Mrs. D. J. Horroeks Vernon left Friday for a hunt of aI Mrs. B. Isaacson, Mrs. C. ndbelg, Week. * * " Jweek or ten days east of the moun-Jand daughter of Seattle, and Mrs. J'l Churches are institutions of higher lrs. John Harrisber~er dau~,hter I _:-. Erickson of Montana spent Friday a~'. education. ~ , ~ a,,~. * * * ternoon at the Victor Holm home in' S.E. ANDERSON, Pastor. ~ra and son Billy of Seattle ant ...... Harry Mansfield of San Diego,I Mr. and Mrs. J. n. ~cnomber, Mr. High Point. ~and Mrs L R. tIepler, John Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pearson ant MrS.sco, calledWm'ontteffernantheir brother,f SanT. Bud Moss and Hans Forster spent thejMrs' M. Erickson journeyed to Clin- )rylie, and friends Tuesday after-I reek end bird hunting in Grant!ton Sunday and visited friends. fl i * * , Irs. L. J. ttarris spent the week in Bremerton, a guest of blr. and Ted Burke. ,. * * * ass Marie Western was a guest of county "'o The many friends f Miss Mamie Werley will learn with regret of the death of her mother in Seattle on October 23. Funeral services were Helen Peters in Seattle Friday held on Thursday of last week. They attended a mas- Miss Ann Donlan was down from p~ dance given, by the school!the Summit from Tuesday to Friday e~ers is attending. ]last week for a visit with home folks 'S * ,F . * * * m,~thoeha~,b:rhnm:t of Astoria, Mr. andMrs. J.D. ttarrisandL. J. Carlson hole st-- guest at thelHarris attended the Stanford-Wash- ,ce ~un(lay, !eIt[ington game in Seattle, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Johnson honored their daughter Phyllis and Lloyd Tall- man with a double birthday party at their home Sunday evening. A num- ber of friends and relatives attended. Elmer Bloomberg recently return. ed from Yakima, where he had been employed. He is staying at the O. Berglund home. UPPER SQUAK Elmer Thomas of Renton called on Mr. tlalhvorth Monday. Mrs. Win. Johnson and (laughter Joanna Mac and Mr. and Mrs. Sherry visited the Gammon family Tuesday ' even ing. : Mrs. Bahtwin and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs ttogan on Wednesday evening. Thomas Gibson was a caller at the "Father of Medicine" Itallworth home Friday evening Ole Neilson and (laughter, Mrs. V. In art Aesclflapills is (lslmlly repre / sented as a bearded man weariug a/Weed' spent Monday at the Neilson mantle which leaves the cizht simul-Ihome. der and breast bare. "Martin and Howard Gammon and ........... Paul Wiltsie were Seattle visitors on or Class Lessons Koski, assistant teacher of A. Miller, opening a A. VIOLIN CLASS Private lessons 75c - $1.25 Class lessons 50c Fame Were not this desire of fame very ~ strong, the difficulty of obtaining it, t" and the danger of losing it when ob- tained, would be sufficient to deter a man fromso vain a pursuit.---Joseph Addison. Tuesday Miss Mary and Ella Knoernschild [XCHANG and Mrs. If. J. Lyne were Seattle shoppers Saturday. George Bill called at the Hallworth RATES home Sunday. Minimum charge, 25 cents. Per Mr. and Mrs. A. Gammon and line, estimated six words to the line, IMr" and Mrs. Jim Sherry visited Mr. 10 cents. Three insertions for theland Mrs. Sherry of Maple Valley on price of two. Friday evening. Bring your rental problems to the one bureau which is constantly ln l Not Too Hish . . ] Silly Sadie wonders If a solo flight contact w~th the entire community, i THE ISSAQUAH THEATRE 10c 25e Week Days 7:30 P. M. -- Sundays and Holidays 6:30 and 8:30 P. M. "HER FIRST MATE" (Slim Summerville ard Zasu Pitts) News -- Daughters of the Sea -- Should Crooners Marry? .......... SUNDAY : MONDAY: NOVEMBER 5:6 "THE REB~:L (Lewis Trenker and \.ilnla Banky) News --- Krazy Kat ~r- Alias the Professor November 9-10-11--Moonlight and Pretzels. November 12-13--The Solitaire Man. November 16-17-18--Broadway to Hollywood. November 19-20---Beauty For Sale. November 23-24.25--Down To Earth. November 26-27---The Penthouse. November 29-30--Tess of the Storm Country. December l-2--The Torch Singer. December 3-4--The Way To Love. December 7-S-9--Too Much Harmony. December 10-11--The Golden Harvest. December 14-15-16--Night Flight. December 17-18---I'm No Angel. BRIDGE LUNCHEON Mrs. F. E. Allyn entertained the Odao Bridge Club at a bridge lunch- con Thursday of last week. Addi- tional guests were Mesdames Maur- ;itz Johnson, J. D. Walker, C. E. Kin- nune and L. R. Hepler. Mrs. R. J. Schneider held the high score, consolation going to Mrs. C E. Kinnune. Indian Wampum John Fitzpatrick says that wampun was made "'of a co nparative v rare shell of great beauty, which was pierced longitudinally and strung apon deerskin thongs. These strings were 3 Ibs. 55c It is Mellow'd 2-lb. tin 49c woven into bamls or belts, and tim size of the belt was generally proper. tloned to what the Indians considered I he significance of the occasion."-- Washington Star. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION -- Report of the financial condition Cake and Candy SALE SAT., NOV. 4 at ,vlutual Grocery STITCHING PER YARD Lost Vlorida Times Union. ' , -_ ___ .,cans the av, ,or 0,es ,ust so ,ow-- of the ,ssa uah State Bank. located ........... at Issaquah, State of Washington, all --L~OST--Lady's Illinois gold wrist ~TS TURN COMING '~' the close of business on the 25th day! ~d o, oo,o o , j Mrs. C. J. B0,.en It's ~ [this office. .............. [ r-~ Resources Directly East of Playlleld i ---- .......E~" Sale ] l ~.='~ ~.0~ ~k~ Loans and discounts ........ $49,291.10 I ~ Y,a'~/"q Overdrafts .............. 100.14 Phone Issaquah 385 II PlfS---For sale. M. R. Martin, J I~ 5~/I ~ I u.s. Securities owned 2,689.38 ~B~Y.u.r Coffee ~here the most good Coffee is sold--that meant at U'on E. J. Anderson Farm. / | ~l~j-/(~/~)~ rt/~J~ | Other Bonds and Warrants Exchange Ads are re.it-getter. ~x"..a ~, mUtual---Coffee Headquarters. Here you'll find a Coffee El/ ......... For Rent l I ~'~ (6"-~ ff[~* ~ [ Securities, etc., owned._ 68,281.86 and :xre inexpensive. Use them. aXa~euY suited to your taste. Try one of these fine blend, today, m I/ ~ ~:'J~---\ I Net balances due from ap- ~ ~ ~"~"~ ~~ changesPrved reserVefor clearingagentS'house,ex- [ na remember, the Coffee you like best is the best for you, no matter I[F~(~R RENT Lower story of Odd what ,t costs! ................ ~1%~ I1! Fellows' Hall. A large mercantile _ _,-.=---:. and cash on hand .............. 25,420.16 AND CREAM EBA'S BIG VALUE room in choice location. See Doctor Fresh Ground PER LB. 19C Gibson, Issaquah. S. &W.- CRESCENT Coffee' ... 3-lb. tin 83c HILL'S Famous Red Can Safety Sealed M. J. B. CHASE & SANBORN'S Every can Dated 27C I-LB.TIN 29C I -LB. 31C ,.,B. 29 TIN 1 -LB. TIN EXTRA JUICY --- SWEET DOZ. EASTERN SUGAR CURED 15C Seattle Stages One Way R. Trip lssaquah ................. 75 1.25 High Point ............ 1.00 1.50 Preston .................. 1.05 1.55 (All Round Trips Bear 90-Day Limit) LEAVE ISSAQUAH 8:10 a.m. "12:20 noon 3:50 p.m. Extra Sundays, Holidays, 8:10 p. m. LEAVE SEATTLE 9:30 a.m. "1:35 p.m. 5:15 p.m. Extra Sundays and Holidays, 10 p. m. *Daily except Sunday First Crltie~--That performance Waa pretty raw. Other Critic It wasn't well ~ona but it will be tlioroughl~ route1 in the morning. Always at Your Service for Printing Needs! F. A. FISHER, FUNERAL DIRECTOR FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES Our most considerate attention is at your disposal at all times Calls answered day or night Phone M212 ISSAQUAH, WASH. FISHER'S 49-LB. SACK FLAGSTAFF LOCAL CLEAN GEMS Banking House $9500.00, Phone F244 less incumbrances, none .... 9,500.00 MORNING DELIVERIES Furniture and fixtures ...... 6,076.98 I saquah Valley Dairy TOTAL $161,359.62 ............................... Liabilities Capital stock paid in ........ $25,000.00 Surplus fund .................... 5,000.00 Undivided profits less ex- penses and taxes paid ........ 6,438.67 Demand deposits (except bank deposits) .................. 65,519.53~ Due to banks, certified and cashier's checks, etc ......... 688.04 Time deposits .................... 58,713.38 LB. TOTAL $161,359.62 State of Washington, County of King, ss. I, Thee Kinnune, Cashier of the above named bank, or trust company, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. THEe. KINNUNE, Cashier. " to Look " tt Pays Well IPAUL S BARBER SHOP Special attention to Ladies' and Children's haircutting ---o--- Shaving Material ----4)---- Sunset Highway, Issaquah. ,ATENTS AND TRADE=MARK~ C. A. SNOW 4~ CO. Correct attest: F. M. ROBERTS, Successful Practice since 1875. J. J. LEWIS, Over 25,000 patents obtained Directors.1 for inventors in every section %' Subscribed and sworn to before[ of country. Write forbooko line this 1st day of November, 1933. [ let tellinghow to obtain ' C. BEADON HALL, - I a patent, with list of cli ts Notary Public, in and for theI in your State. State of Washington, residing 710 8th St., Washington, D. C, at Snoqualmie. h PURE LBs. 19c PINEAPPLE DOLE'S FANCY NO TINS I Oc or QUICKcooKER 2LBS I ARDINE NORWEGIAN, IN PURE OLIVE OIL CANE I 0 LBS. SPECIALS THIS WEEK Beef Steaks, B--E--AN$ RED OR WHITE QUICK COOKERS LSS. I 9C BAR DO[} VICTOR BRAND 4 CANS RAISINS THOMPSON SEEDLESS 4 LBS. .----.-_____ FIG BAR5 FRESH MAD]g LaB. I De Little Pi Pot Roasts Lb. Fresh Side and Salt Ground Beefand Pork Sausage ,-b. OC Veal Stew, From Reynolds Coal Mine We are now prepared to furnish all domestic sizes. BEST FOODS MAYONNAISE ADDS FLAVOR AND PURITY TO YOUR SALADS---SERVE IT OPTEN--IT'S HEALTHPULI PINT QUART JARS JARS Other Haulinl at Right Price Phone 392 Our Lump is ideal for furnace or heater. Try a load. Order Through Your Dealer