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NOVEMBER 2:~, i9g~ THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, igSAQUA i, Kih (20.+ WASHINGTON , j + PAGg V COME AND SEE OUR LINE YOU BUY STAR CHAPTER OFFICERS RECEIVE DINNER HONORb Mrs. George Ek was tim guest of Mrs. L. R. tiepler at luncheon at the Sorrento ltote] in Seattle on Friday, when the King County Associate Ms- LOCAL AND PERSONAL The L. J. Itarris residence is being greatly improved in appearance, be- ing painh'd hy Mr. Frederiekson of Preston. Mr. Kusti Koski, father of Waine trons' Club entertained the Worthy l,:()ski, an uncle of J. Oscar Koski, Matron~ A~ the same time Mrs" arrived from Montana last week• R. J. Schneider had Mrs. Dan I)avies! her guest at the Associate Conduc-~ Miss Lucille Mattila and Evan tress' Club luncheon at tbe Bergonian ; Stoncbridge were week end gutsts of * Hotel. The Conductres:~es were the : Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Trigg at their honor guests at this affair. .home at Miami Beach, Hoods Canal. Miss Fsther Garner and Miss ltelen UPPER SQUAK ISmith atte,,led the U. of W. and W. IC. I~. football game Saturday after- Mr. and Mrs. ttaro]d t]ammers- ' noon. burg and Marie Western visited with! friends in Tacoma on Wednesday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Carlson of Ren- i Miss tlelen Bogden spent Saturdav it°n moved into the Ivar Sale cottage " ,on White street, formerly occupied i and Sunday in Enun~claw. • .by Lawrence Johnson. The house Mr. and Mrs. Neilson an(t family has been newly painted anti papered. i attended a wcd(ling reception for i Miss Ann Neilson and Earl Lewis al Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Garbe and chil- the Neilson home at Elliott Satur- dren silent the week end in Centralia. day evening rl Mr. and Mrs. Waldo, "Spike" Ken- Mr. and Mrs. Peacock of Itobart ki are moving into the cottage re- visited Mrs. Zellers Sunday. I('ently vacated by William lsotalo on Mr. and Mrs. Nible and chihh'en'White street. of Seattle visited Mr. and Mrs. G. i Snyder last Sunday. i Mrs. ()live Bayh and son Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sherry spent the :were Seattle visitors Saturday after- It was reported that it was found in Tacoma on Monday. Miss Elinor Sell visited Miss Ber- yl Crosby on Thursday evening. Oscar Leaf is visiting home folks his week. day Sunday with relatives in Tacuma. : noun. Mr. am] Mrs. Vera Ri('hards wereI Mrs. Nina Tjerne has fully recur- !dinner guests of June and Florence ered from her recent illness and is !May Wednesday evenin;r in Seattle. inow able to resume her duties in the M"- Mr. andMrs. I I, .1: Ijyne and l~auljBcauty Shop, at the same location. oRE WAS . JKnoernscmla attcnoed the hockey HINGTON a psypatholog]c term for split person- , ...... " JMatt Niemi of Seattle formerly of - • ',~ame in ~eattze zylon(lay evel21tl~ Ix , " -- [ality merely furnishes a divergmgt° .. " "*rs hvi -,., .', ,l~ssaquan and Mr Kinnunen of Ren- ~ontinued f • . ~r.ann tw .'. " n lr~gg wsited ' ' . rein first page) tpath for a man already lost m theI " - n Sunda tton and Emil Makela arc all staying - - " r j home IOIKS O y. " .... - ..... Jwoods. A ay of sunshme pmrces theI ............... ]at the Oscar Alila residence at Lake wno can . . ~r.dounsonwas ,t ,~ca~cle on l~rl- , . h " tell off hand whether gloom, and is in the form of a state- "a I Sammammh. Mr. Makela used to ~, e has been up to schizophre-]ment that schizophrenic is something a y~ - "" and dau-h'e ..... ]live on the east side of the fare some lhe mov lvlrs. Lellers g L r r'nylllS • ement may spread to[that happens to a man who gets ......... Jyears ago. OUntry, and what can - -' _, t ............ spent rmoay m ~eatue. | . a slmpLel urunK zoo oI1;en, lnaT,helpssame. ." o- ' / Mrs A ..... - - I uo if th, .L .... I,~ , • uar ~olen *, nnal-In(on, wee nan been • - ~-arge oi scnlzo- for snort and sire le words, let us . , • , . le is lod,-ed ..... I ..... P ..... Otto Nellson s car was stolen ]ast l w(th her cease, Mrs. Nma Wjerne, • s agalnsr~ Ulm, or ~enuer numo|e an(1 near~y thanks, his face durin-a ~ -- I .......... Wednesday evenmg from the front Jthe past three months, left for her ,,.. ~ nea~ea arg.-leven ~noug ~ne annual rnangsgq~ng ...... ~ "' '"• - --' ~home in East Sta ..... lne ex~l~-.-*: ~t . I ..... Ol the l~eoeratDUll(ling In ,-~ea-~le. : , nwooa l~lon(lay. • ,,~,,,,~,on ~na+ it is ~ proclamation is no~ ye~ ]n prm~. Mrs. Ida Kananen and son Oliver moved from Preston last Monday to a newly built cottage at the Rey- nolds Coal Co. bunkers at the foot of Vaughn's Hill• Mrs. Rankin and son spent last (eek visiting Mr. and M:'s. G. Snyder. The county is straightening out the creek channel on the Hallworth place this week. Mary Knoernsehild entertained girl friends on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hallworth and Mrs. Neilson visited Mrs. D. J. Horrocks Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bayh of Seattle spent Sunday at the Dr. W. E. Gib- son home. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davison of Se- attle moved to Monohon Friday of last week. Mr. Davison is employed in the Monohon mill as a setter. Mrs. F. M. Ryerson, Mrs. Alice Mc- Eacheran and Mrs. Celia Hunt of Se- THE ISSAQUAH THEATRE 10c 2Se .Week__Days 7:30_P. M. --su~aa_~_, and Holi d+,_a.ys____6-30 sledS:30 P. 1~t. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 23-24-25 "DOWN TO EARTH" (Will Rogers) NEWS -- SPORT -- TRAVEL and WORLD'S GREATEST THRILLS Sunday and Monday, November 26-27 "THE PENTHOUSE" (William Baxter) NEWS --- COMEDY Wednesday and Thursday, November 29-30 "TESS OF THE STORM COUNTRY" (Janet Gaynor - Charles Farrell) TWO TRAVELS and a COMEDY 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. Decen~ber 3-4--The Way To Love. LADLES' AID BAZAAR 1 AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL/ PRESTON Tuesday, December 5, is the day/! ........ "~*~" .. ~" ,| *~e r.-t. ~. mon~nly mee~mg was to go to the Bazaar in Odd Fellows jheld at the schoolhouse last Wednes- Hall. ]day evening. The business meeting The ladies of Community Churchlwas followed by a short program of say they are prepared to serve youtsongs and readings, after which re- lunch throughout the day and even-lfreshments were served, with Mrs. ing. Fancy work, foods, potted M. Elven and Mrs. William Edwins plants and candy will be displayed for ! as hostesses• sale. There will be a fish pond for Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hogman of the the children. Radio Gospel League of Tacoma con- O 0 [ Community Church [ O. 0 "Prayer" is the sermon+au~bject for next Sunday at 11:00 Ev~yor~e prays more or less; therefore, "everyone m interested in prayer. "We Have An Advoca~" is tie topic Sunday evening at 7:30. Christ is our Lawyer, our Attorney for the Defense. At the Judgment Day, He will be the Prosecutor of those who now scorn His defense. • Sunday School meets at 10:00, Christian Endeavor at 6:45. The Reading Room needs moret books. ODD FELLOWS ENJOY JUNIOR DEGREE WORk Odd Fellows who attended regu- lar meeting here Friday evening en- joyed the degree work of the Junior Odd Fellows order, put on by the Fall City lodge. duelled a service at the local church, Friday evening. Visitors were pres- ent from the Bethel Mission of Issa- quah and also from High Point. Mr. and Mrs. Art Holmes enter- ;ained several friends at an informal )arty at their home Saturday eve- sing. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Johnson of Issaquah, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fritzberg, Mr. and Mrs. Manne Bergstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ander- son, Mrs. Bill Edwins and Miss Mary Rogge. HIGH POINT MrS. M. Erickson and Ellen Pear- son were guests at a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson Wed- nesday evening in honor of their daughter Marion celebrating her tweltth birthday anniversary. Miss Bonnie Follet returned home last week after spending a few weeks visiting with friends in Har- • evening• attle and Mrs. George Miller of Por~- Through a misunderstanding, the • Miss Mary Bogden and Mike Kacis Orchard, all former residents of Is- candidate at Redmond failed to get Eha-Mutual first for your holiday needs--we've vlmted at the Bogden home Sunday. I_• uah s~e'nt Saturda'" afternoon at hm notice and was not present. In pricedYthing ? cranberry sauce--and Mrs. Eugene Hogan, who was W'E" Gibson home his stead Gordon Smart was given the • verely burned two weeks ago, is re-]"~n " "" degree, becoming Issaquah's firs+ LI .re'covering rapidly. Joe Campbell of Seattle called on jumor' " member• - ~ ~ Mrs A CammOn entcttaln a[flleuds here Tuesday afternOOn On .. • "'' ed "' " " Refreshmentswere enjoyed by number fr] s I h ~ ~ xv home flom Elmira of 'end, at dinner Tuesday .' "~." ' " ' • about seventy, representing four diS- evenmg. / ~ ferent subordinate lodges. Mrs. P. W. Knocrnschild anti Ella IN APPRECIATION Mrs. W. J. Lewis Sunday afternoon.[friends, members of the Finnish Con- • ILIJqrlLL 0 IL Mrs. Sorenson and daughter visited g~-egational church and the young ~ at the Neilson home Tucsday evening, people for the lovely party which 1 F~fH~N~~ Mrs. A. Bogden spent Sat~trday Inlwas given on the evening of Novem. -- i--/~.~l e t a~ ,~ ~- ,RONI, Elbow, 3 lbs.................................. 21c Seattle. 'lber 4th, in our honor. Also for the ............................... Mrs. A. Cammon and Mrs. Shem'y}beautiful gifts which were received. RATES BEANS, L- rge California, 3 visited Miss Gladys Brown Thursday.~ Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wiksten. LIMAS, 3 lbs ........................................... 29c iMALL WHITE BEANS, 5 lbs ......................... 23c WHITE BEANS, 7 lbs ......................... 31c ROSE RICE, 4 lbs ................................... 27c RICE, .................... 4 lbs. 18c; 7 lbs. 29c CORN, Yakima Pearl .... 3 lbs. 17c; 5 lbs. 27c RAISINS, Thompson Seedless, 3 lbs ..... 19c PRUNES ............. : ...... 3 lbs. 19c; 5 lbs. 29c Choice Johnathans, per box ............ 49c Winter Bananas, per box .................. 53c RUIT, Cal. Seedless, Juicy Quality .... 5c tRIES, Fancy Qhality, 2 lbs ............. 25c Y Strikes pkgs. THE POPULAR TOASTED CIGARETTE I BAKING 12-oz. POWDER tins THE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKINCa POWDERI Staley's Starch FOR MAKING PIES, PUDDINGS, DESSERTS1 'S GOLDEN SYRUP--2y/ .Ib. can 17c CRYSTAL WHITE, 2 -lb. can::::lgc" FINE FOR COOKING OR CANDY MAKING! MANY FINE FLAVORS TO CHOOSE FROM! THE FINEST FRESH COFFEE YOUCAN BUY I EVERY CAN IS DATED I F. A. FISHER, FUNERAL DIRECTOR FULL LINE of UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES Our most considernte attention is at ,~our disposal at all times Calls answered day or night Phone ISSAQUAH, WASH. Minimum charge, 25 cents. Per line, estimated six words to the line, 10 cents• Three insertions for the price of two. Bring your rental problems to the one bureau which is constantly %~ contact with the entire community. • . You are no longer a strang- er when you register here. And remember, the Claremont Apt. Hotel is your assurance of a maximum of comfort and en- joyment in Seattle. .. Special attention to the care of children or elderly guests. Wanted WANTED---A few Guernsey cows or heifers. Brand, Sunset Grove. For Sale FOR SALE---Young black Jersey cow, good milker, and gentle. Frank Schroeder. Miscellaneous FOR TRADE--Milk cow for laying hens. Mrs. Anna Auguston, 3 miles south of Issaquah. )er. Mrs. A. Swanson has returned home after a stay with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Swanson in Seattle• Rev. A. Anderson of Seattle held a meeting at the local church Sun- day e,~ening. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hanson of Se, attle were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanso~. at their home here Sund%y. Mr,. R. Bloomquist of Seattle vis- ited with Mrs. J. Halverson at her home the earlier part of the week. Rev. Fritz Hjelm of the Swedish Tabe:'nacle of Seattle will present a program and conduct a meeting in the High Point church next Fr~- day evening, November 24, at ,7:30 p. m. Everybody welcome. Mrs. Frank Castagno and Mrs. Henry Kinnune entertained with a shower for Mrs. James Miles on Fri- day evening at the Remo Castagno home. There were thirty-five guests wesent. Seattle Stages One Way R. Trip lssaquah ..: .............. 75 1.2S High Point ............ 1.00 1,50 Preston .................. 1.0S 1.515 (All Round Trips Bear 90-Day Limit) LEAVE ISSAQUAH 8:10 a.m. *12120 noon 3:50 p.m. Extra Sundays, Holidays, 8:10 p. m. LEAVE SEATTLE WILL TRADE--Or sell, automatic[9:30 a.m. *l:3S p.m. $:15 p.m. electric range, A-1 condition, for eoal l Extra' Sundays and Holidays, 10 p. m. and wood range. Call this office. I *Daily except Sunday WS DO OUR SPECIALS THIS WEEK Beef Steaks, Little Pi Roasts Lb. Fresh Side and Salt Lb. Ground Beef and PorkSousage Lb. 0C per lb. ++