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:URSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1933. THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQU;~.~, "~ " ' CO., WASHINGTO~ PAGE THREE _.... ~'~ J i ii ii m t i|. i I I II t .lit C 0 A Pitiful Condition COUNTY OFFICERS GUESTS $750,000 IS Available [ ommunity Church ] ak --- . m. I OF LOCAL STAR CHAPTER For County Highways ~-~--- 0t We t e the following Item xneI __ __ low Are We Saved?" is answer- i Grange Monthly, published in Spring-~ Century Chapter No. G6 entertain-l Should the cooperation of the 39j *,unday at 11:00. The Bible )s field, Mass., this month. Comingl ed the presiding Matrons and Patrons icounties of Washington be given the] )nly authority, from the source indicated, it is an- of King County at its regular meeting lstate llighway I)epartment, it will 'he Redeemer" what the name[dubtedly correct, and is evidence ol'ilast night. Eleven Matrons and de-[be possil)le for then, to obtain at Is--is discussed at 7:30. Do'an alarming condition: t ven Patrons were honor guests. ~Ieast $750,000 more funds for use belong to the G. A. R.?--the Army of the Redeemed? school at 10:00; Christian at 6:45. :'s increase the strength of our church. S. E. ANDERSON, Pastor. FINNISH NATIONAL "On the basis of incomplete re-I The evening was spent playing .n secondary roads, according to J. ports recived from various s'tares !Curt Whist w th 16 tables m play. iWebb Ih)over, State Engineer, who the United States Bureau of Educa-~ Itigh scores were held by Mrs. Altai is handling such projects. This is tion estimates that approximately[ Samera and Garland Queen or possible because of willingness on 80,000 teachers in the United States North Bend, the consolations goingI the part of the federal government will be unemployed during the pres-to Mrs. Margaret tIallworth and Geo.,]to give a 30 per cent direct grant to eat school year. Unpaid teachers' Morton of Fall City. ~!the counties for this purpose. salaries total more than $40,000,000 l Guests included visitors from Se-[ "Counties are to receive 3c of each In some states, teachers who taugh~lattle, Bellevue, Renton, North Bend, 5 cents collected by thestate Ease- 1oc THE ISSAQUAH THEATRE se Week Days 7:30 P. M. -- Sundays and Holidays 6:30 and 8:30 P. M. "MOONLIGHT AND PRETZELS" (Mary Brian, Leo Caril!o, Roger Pryor) News --- Comedy ...... SUNDAY : M0mS-A , NOVEMBER 12-13 "THE SOLITAIRE MAN" NEWS-- (Herbert Marshall, Elizabeth Alien) --SPORT "Moonlight FantasY_, and "Twice Two" (Laurel and Hardy Comedy) 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. Finnish Nabional Club will eight months last year, received pay Kirkhmd, Fall City, Kent and Cordo-Iline tax," said Mr. Hoover. "This is November 29-30--Tess of the Storm Country. marl )w, Friday evening, with for only two. In a number of state~:~va, Alaska. Luncheon was served tolthe money they put up to obtain the December l-2--The Torch Singer. Emma Kopra. The location l~ more than half of all the teacher~seventy-five. [federal grant." December 3-4--The Way To Love December 7-8-9--Too Much Harmony. econd house south of the Stun- employed will receive less than $40~i I There is but one stipulation to December 10-11--The Golden Harvest. Oil tanks, formerly occupied by this year." OSCAR SHOBERT IMPROVING [the agreement, and no strings. The December 14-15-16---Night Flight. nd Mrs. L. H. Smart. -AC~BSO-~RET----- 1 The many friends of Oscar Shobertpcounties must submit to the State December 17-18--!'m No Angel. and new members welcome. J RETURNING I will rejoice to learn that he is ira-I Highway Department a list of con- "--~-~-~- Tommy Gibson is remodeling the iproving slowly but steadily. Recent i templated projects, with estimates of high school team needs your old hotel building just north of tne';letters state that Oscar is now able !costs. and plans and specifications. .,, tmo~:r0w.. _Help them along. Miles store, putting it in shape for to sit up for a short time each day, [ Tl~e larger counties are. already -- ' ......................... 'i ...... ~_~ ..... -~ the use of Carl Jacobsonasa bakery and is much stronger, i)nakmg up then" requests m qu,ck ~" A D'I%Hb'R D'IINYRA! I|IRDI'IIiH I .... ~ ~--^~-son fir~* ..... ' :- _" I ~-- .------------ ~time while the smaller ones are very t. ra. = aa t) aul~ut~u uaauauav. 1 Lye, or Class Lesson ]o':,~h~i~n'tOhis build~in;l'v,~, 'L,:,s~[ Mr and Mrs. Jake Jones left Mou-[back~'ard about asking for the men- FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES I ~?s~, assistant teacher of A.]onto" Front street then a"}::. =:tnh~ida" to drive to Ocean Beach, Calif-'eY ~ Our moat considerate attention iz at ,our disposal at all tim, I Vi6" 'le f~7~g [ago to Auburn. 'He will=retu"rT"t'o !orn'ia, where they will visit thew;~ Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and Calls answered day "or night I )rivate lessons77cr~.~$~ 25]Issaquah as soon as the building ~s!daughter, Mrs. W. L. Krlgbaum.i tim, fly have moved ate the Henry |00 g,lV || !I[ t ~|| I Class lessons 50: " ready. Tommy aml George Arm .......................... Johnson place on Hill street. Phone M 212 I~3AIIUAIt WA~fl. l "--~'-'~-~---~'strong are handling the improvement L[9 A whale eta dance Saturday nigh,:. I ~ ' J ............................ "" ............. l)[0P S [ ................................. "'''''"""'""""m'=2""m""':': F [XCHANGL .... UPPER SQUAK .- HIGH POINT -') l lll[ ll l ll l !. ........ R~T~ piaMl:':Y H:Y~are returned t Olym" FLOOD DAMAGE I ~ "-'AN5 C~'I~EAM / ,~YlN'41~7iv~I ll I l[,lll l! ....... char"e 25 cents Pe~ "- "" ~ 'Y" During the heavy rains last Thurs-I Phone 1244 | [~ ~ ~g~..~"~P~.~t~~l l ~]~'~ ~JH ~I ivlm~mum . .~ ' ': . "" "1 ~v~r. and Mrs. Sandbe~g and son,[,t.~, hic, h waters a~,a;~ ,~;a .... ia~ [ MORNING DELIVERIES | ~ /~m~mla~l m i line, estimated mx warns to the line, Mr and Mrs Rebated and son Gar ..a, , . .............. - ~ . P~'-~~L0~- ' ~| Btl0 cents Three insertions for the[an.~ .... '~" . ' .... " .. Y']able damage. Traffic was held up [ Issaquah Valley Dairy | " " " ~| i i-rice of two I Johns::" h~~cnm~s v,s,ten at the ~_r~lfor hours as the water swept across k. - . - / ~ ~p [ . ome ~unuay. I*~e hF'hwa,, and a hear,, cement ........................................... a~mmmammm~ ..... *-~ -roblems to the ' -- . . [~,, s ~ iREpS ~" i M ' T ' M ~s 11 ::~::b:{r~;tlii!h:;l!:reC-~:ntlYni~; r:fi:Th~HdlaHhy~;:frna~;'~I::e'~::k'iId il::dgd:;i~ille'iii~n:ikI:iu~ t~?! DAWEHUoMpE \ Novem'e, k : =. m =.= m m II For Sale A M~a,:nd)nM~eJi:'aS::[:~aand Mrs. way and railroad crews to get the Cleanliness, Civility n r s coo, crisp nays suggest warming roons I .................... P . y m aa- roans into snaps ........ for hun r cb, r eil FOR SALE Young black Jersey coma tiooa worlmmmUalp g y "ld en and men folks.Now's the tim , , -- " " ' " ....... to do home baking and serve steaming pumpkin pies, ~icow, good milker, and gentle. Frank l cakes, rolls, tarts and other goodies.And Eba.~ISchroeder. Mutual greets November pumpkin time with a host el I ~ Rent modestly priced suggestions! I'~ ............ ~FOR RENT--Lower story of Odd IAN SPLIT Jl d~ A Ill Fellows' Hall. A large mercantile [I~F~ NEW ~ LBS. 1 ~[~l~ ]room in choice location. See Doctor , . s!oc_K _ [IGibson, Issaquah. C ED FLAT ............................... , 2CANS 2Ae | Seattle Stages --- ,=-,~ w ----' ..... Tri- =-- --- l une way ~. p t~t~ 2 I~ LB. -~lll~l, =ll..u.h ................. 1.5 I1~ PAIL llll~[U mmlHigh Point ............ 1.00 1.50 -- I Preston .................. 1.05 1.55 LBS. real(An Round Trips Bear 90-Day Limit) !I LEAVE ISSAQUAH ~ 8:10 am. *12:20 noon 3:50 p.m. ~P~'R Extra Sundays, Holidays, 8:10 p m. --'" . LEAVE SEATTLE P~R 9:30 a m. "1:35 p.m. 5:15 p.m. LB. Extra Sundays and Holidays, 10 p. m. PKIN ,SEALED LB. CAN CANE tasty new salad one-third less I White ............ Mrs. M. Erickson spent Thursday ~vl~'s. v..l~,:na.r(~sano enimren are at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. SHOWER BATHS ws~t]ng zr~enos ]n ~eattle this week. Wiobl,,,~,~ i,~ T~uo,~.nh M s. Otto N flson and children ws- Mesdames O Ber-lund Nels Nel ited relatives in Seattle and Hoo~s son .... " g~ ~ , .. ." FRONT ST., ISSAQUAH " , ~ust #onnson, ~ ~unoqulst aria Canal the latter part of the weekS Tall ....... man were enter~amea Dy mrs. Mr~ .... A Bogden was a Seattle." vls- John Nelson at her home in Issaquah r ....................... -? itor last week. Thursday. "It Pays to Look Well Mr. and Mrs. F. Nible and children Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson and visited Mr. and Mrs. G. Snyder last family visited Mrs. S. Soderlund aria' PAUL'S ~ SHOPt week end. family in Seattle Sunday Miss Schaller and V. P. Braugh of Mrs. S. Tallman reecived the sad Special attention to ~ Seattle visited at the Horrocks home news Saturday that her mother, Mrs. Ladies' and Children's Sunday. M. Walberg, had passed away a~ Mr. Pahl, Mr. F erguson and Mr.[Monroe. Funreal services wer6 held ha~nff 1 Millard and mother spent Sunday at at Monroe and several relatives from the ][allwol'th home. Ihere attended. Shaving__MMaterial Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson spent Mrs. N. Jacobsen of Seabold vis- Sunset Highway, Immquah. the week end in Olympia. t ited at the Nels Hjort home over the Mr. and Mrs. Settem and daugh-lweek end. l ters Bonnie and Dorothy spent Sun- Mr. and Mrs. D. Nesset and family *Daily except Sand ty .................... ~ _ day visiting at the llorrocks home. /of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. A, Lee ~ - DOZ. - . ........... _~ Aof Kirkland were visitor~ of Tom Lee~l I .~~f~e~ I ~vilss ~atncrme ~oguen, WhO }s now, .... li ~..~a ~,~,aa ~ v~.~,~ . I and MmgueHte, Sunday afternoon -- rlIOTITOUIMO cmployed at Port Townsend, spent a/ ..... " " ~ . | EACH i rlIIO/I/UlllIIU few days with home folks last weeR. __. . . . . . II L.emeterv I ent, Wednesda Advert,s,ng Mistakes II G~::t~-(aa sim~e I Mrs. Hallworth sp y . n evening visitingat the Masonic ~ . . . .: ....=^ I L A Home A QUESTION before many OZ tl~ I gr.ave~ ~ lOW a 10 .~O IFZV, I NO. 2 I fl |1 " a ls what change of advertlslngpol l i no~; perpetual care, Dtl~ome I CAN d b ~ icy, if any, should ,be made in view oi l i care. Perpetual care graves, I YTRD Administering Mediczne present financial and business condl g2S t~ ~S0. ~,oncrata marker~ | LB. PE , Never trust tO me,aory In givingtions. It 1o perfectly natural for Ua t( t l ~;-~--~.5~&: I CAN i label ire consideration to some degre~ o) doses of medicine. Read the g i ..... - .. I IUIrc O I Bnudan at least three times and if you are retrenchment, hutRisdangerouatole: II ~~?P22Y?. ~P.oL I TALL I IVlIO. U. $, UU]Ufillf not sure the dose is correctly mess- reduction In expenditure be such all ~:N'mN) WASH. I CANS I ] ured throw it away rinse the glass to bring about a real gap in the con I~ I Directly East of Playfi Id ] with cold water and measure over tlnuity of the advertising. It Is a con: t LB. I [ again. You nay save a life by be~men mistake for some advertisers t, ~ n. r.s _. BAG "" n Issa uah 385 ] Ing careful when measuring medl- think that they can turn advertisin more ,aucauon rno e q I clues on and off, like water from a lance', (Continued from first page) and expect it to become immedlatel i Washington's Tomorrow" has been effective whenever they are prepare suggested as the theme for Educa- Granulated Soap at a Eargain l LARGE -:o. 29C White King or Mission Bell l PER BAR to resume operations Advertisin does not work that way, Temlmrar conditions should not influence ul t make too serious inroads on the pr(, gram of advortlsing, which ean b, wisely conceived only on a long tern basts.--Francts H. Sisson, Presiden American Bankers Association. tion Week in Washington. This thing the schools are attempting to ao by holding fast the fundamental skills, knowledge, techniques, appre- ciations, and attitudes that make for wholesome living irrespective of phy- sical environment. WI ~ OUR PAR~ TREE TEA For a delicious hut economical Tea, try either of these two blends HALF-POUND PACKAGE HALF-POUND PACKAGE GREEN BLACK 33c Cane and Maple Syrup of It has that real l 12-OZ. JUG Say PEARLS | of WHEAT | and save money!i FREE Circus---Mail to Carlo t'h i Clown at 1060 Stuart Bldg., Seat- tle, I pkg. top for 12-piece Circus] I LARGE PKG, SPECIALS THIS WEEK All Beef Steaks, Little Pi is, 2 Roasts Fresh Side and Salt Pork Lb. Ground Beef and Pork San sage Lb. OC Veal Stew, per From Reynolds Coal Mine CLOSING OUT FOLLOWING BRANDS AT BARGAIN PRICgl IMPORTED BEER GERMAN NORWEGIAN 1 Other Haulinl at Right Price Phone 392 We are now prepared to furnish all domestic sizes. Our Lump is ideal for furnace or heater. Try a load, Order Through Your Dealer a go