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November 7, 1963

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4 Issoquah Press ........... Thursday, . Nov. 7, 1963 for comfort on a budget! our budget plan that enables you to make easy monthly pay- ments for top-qual- ity fuel oil . Call to- day for details. rn EX 2-6469 CALL US FOR PROMPT OIL DELIVERY RADIO DISPATCHED INC. ISSAQUAH 2101 NORTHERN LIFE TOWER - SEATTLE WHY NOT CALL ABOUT THAT WELL YOU'VE ALWAYS WANTED? -- RELIABLE. Met 3-2762 ENTER -- FOR THANKSGIVING THIS YEAR -- AND ENJOY YOURSELF DOING FT! HI-TEN'S TURKEY SHOOT (NOW IN PROGRESS) HERE'S ALL YOU DO - 1 - BOWL 4 GAMES - TAKE BEST 3. 2 - BOWL WITH A HANDICAP (YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A GOOD BOWLER TO WIN.) 3- BOWL AS MANY TIMES AS YOU LIKE. 4- ONE OUT OF EACH 7 ENTRIES WILL WIN A TURKEY. ENTRIES CLOSE 6:30 p.m. MAN., NOV. 25th TURKEYS WILL BE AWARDED TO WINNERS MONDAY, NOV. 25th AT 9 p.m. HIGHWAY 10 -- ISSAQUAH - EX 2-5333 Top Painters Selected In Adult Open Exhibit Pat Wagoner, Woodinville, has been awarded the $75 first prize in the Cellar Gallery's Second Eastside Adult Open Exhibition for, her painting "The Other Room." Second prize of $50 was.award- ed to Fred Griffin, Bellevue, with third prize of $25 going to Evelyn Alexander, Kirkland. Receiving honorable mention were Ronald Ho and Geri Mar- tin, Bellevue, Kay Ballard and Phillip Moore, Bothell, and Glen Foster and Anne Coriander of Kirkland. The show will continue through November 24. Issaquah Schools to Close Toy Party Slated Briarwood Pre-School PTA will hold a toy party Tuesday, November 12, 7:30 p.m., in the multipurpose room. Orthopedic Meeting Slated Orthopedic ttospital Round- table for Eastside Guilds will be held at the Educational Ser- vice Center, 310 102nd N.E., Bellevue, November 13, 10 a.m The meeting is to be over by ll:15a.m All Guild presidents are urged to attend and to bring as many members as possible. COCHRAN'S" JEWELERS FRI., SAT., SUN., NOV. 8, 9, 10 DOUBLE FEATURE HALEY MILLS, BURL IVES IN WALT DISNEY'S "SUMMER MAGIC" PLUS ROBERT TAYLOR AND JOAN CAULFIELD IN "CATTLE KING" BOTH IN COLOR SHOW TIMES QUALITY AT A LOW PRICE #s,, JIG DOWNTOWN Fri. & Sat. 7 P.M. #517 RECIPRO SAW ISSAQUAH -- To Observe Veteran's Day SUN. 5 P.M. ,I BRASS, COPPER,PULL CATCHEs.CABINET HARDWARELj,A -- J I WROUGHT IRON Issaquah Schools will be ram,.., .m. I GUARANTEED QUALITY HINGES closed on Monday, November I HINGES, KNOBS, BLACK and COPPER 11, in observance of Veteran's [ Ir]Tc VALUES to 85c Pr. Day. State law provides that no FREE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE , WEEK ONLY A STEAL AT l CHROME FINISH school shall be held on this date when it falls on a school SUBJECT: "Christian Science: The Transforming Power f day. Pupils and staff members LECTURER: will have a long week-end extending from the dismissal of classes on Friday afternoon until they are convened on Tuesday morning, November 12 at their regular times. OES to Honor Several Century Chapter 66, Order of Eastern Star will honor con- ductresses and associate con- ductresses Wednesday, Novem- ber 13, 8 p.m. in the Masonic Temple. PLACE: TIME: The public of Divine Love" Charles Louis Reilly, C.S.B. Los Angeles, California Member of The Board of Lecture- ship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston, Mass. Mercer Island High School Auditorium, 4131 92nd. S.E. (Follow lecture signs from Mercer Island Business Center) Friday Evening, November 8th at 8:00 P.M. Under auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Mercer Island, Washington. is cordiolly invited to attend this Free Lecture Core for small children is provided IL (BETWEEN VALLEY FABRICATORS AND DR. BENTLEY) OPEN 8 to 5:30 DALLY -- SATURDAYS 8 to Ill FOR A GOOD DEAL. MNEAL Busy Baker Fig Bars p2nr lm IUIJv KITCHEN CRAFT 4-lb. lidlllolfllllU III IA Bake Waffles too! Pkg. Pack Tram Table SyrupFlavorMaple Bottle22"oz" Lucerne Canned Milk 8 Pooch Dog FoodCoseReguJororLivero'48,~3.59 13",.., .... Scotc! Treat Orang.e Juice Bel-a r F0rtlhe0k Uma Beans 5 Bel-air Fancy Green Peas 7 i i i LUCERNE, Assorted Flavors Half Gallon in effect only until contest ends Nov. 23 ~ IL.~I~ .au, ,dlu. ~lk,dL. ~,- .,dU.~i,,,alL~ )p AU~ ~U. A..au. ,au. AU..~ AU. A ,au. AU~U. ,aU~,A. ,au. ju. A. A dl ), 4 I, 4 ' 2nd PRIZE " 3rd PRIZE ' 4 i, 4 i, i, ~ ;1011' ,i :c 1)1: ! ~:,v, ,,'h,'h : ' I ,D E I t 11''I,' , ,,, OU Fourth Place. In addition to regular commissions, winner of fourth place will receive 15% commission on all subscription money turned in. Fifth Place. In addition to regular commissions, winner of fifth place will re- ceive 10% commission on all subscription money turned in. Next Five. In addition to regular commissions, winners of next five places will receive 5% commission on all subscription money turned in. 10/6 commission will be paid to all contestants for subscription money col- lected during the contest (either new or renewal subscriptions) Enclosed please find $ _ for _ years subscription to The Issoquah Press. Subscribers Name ................... Address ................................ Please credit votes to: Contestants Name ...................................... SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION RATES WILL BE IN EFFECT ONLY FOR THE DURATION OF THE CONTEST Subscribe for I year, $3.00 Save $.50 Subscribe for 2 years, $5.50 Save $1.50 Subscribe for 3 years, $8.00 Save $2.50 Don't miss this chance for a new or renewal sub- scription to the ISSAQUAH PRESS at a generous saving. Add $.50 per year for out of King County and out of state. KITCHEN CRAFT, Regular or Self Rising, 5-1bs. 49c Regular TO-lb. Big Days Left, Through Saturday, Nov. 9th. Right to limit quantities. No 25-1bs.$1.98 Bag sales to dealers. CREAM O' THE CROP Guaranteed Fresh LUCERNE, The very finest _ you can buy: Pint 1 Quart 38c , . II Half Gallon 76c I.arton I SNACKBAR SPECIAL Franks & Baked Beans, With Salad, Choice Of Dressing, Hot Roll And Coffee Extra Large Doz. 54c LARGE Medium Size 2 Doz. 85c SIZE 1-lb. Can 59c 3-lb. Can $1.69 4-lb. Can $2.25 Can Only TOWN HOUSE Case of 24, $2.95 16 -oz. Cans PRICES EFFECTIVE AT THE SUNSET VILLAGE SAFEWAY.ONLY Assorted Flavors TOWN HOUSE Assorted Fruits Pkg. HOT SPOT BAKERY SPECIALS! Banana Cake Cake Donuts Cinnamon Rolls Each $129 12 6 fo, 2Y Whole or Half All cuts included GOLDEN or RED STARKINGS, Extra Fancy Grade Low Price PINK, Famous Indian River for tokes Fresh Firm Hearts ;h Each 39c Green armed C Lb. Tender, fine grained meat lb. RIB CUT, Thick or Regular lb. COUNTRY STYLE Serve baked Fancy No. 1 Sliced 2-lb. Pkg. $1.15 MANOR HOUSE, 3-4 Ibs. USDA Grade A and Inspected CAPTAINS CHOICE 2-lb. Pkg. $2.39 18-22 Ibs. MANOR HOUSE, USDA Grade 'A', 1963 Crop (10-13 Ibs. lb. 43c) lb. lb. lb. lb. lO-oz. Pkg.