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2 ..... I ssc~cjuah Press Thursday, Nov. 28, 1963 aqua0 Published Every ThurRlay at ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON Telephone EXbrook 2-6434 JOHN L. FOURNIER, Publisher BOB WATKINS, Managing Editor JERRY GILMER, News Editor Member Washington Newspaper Publishers AasociaUon, Inc. Member National Editorial Association In King County .............................................................................. $3.50 Outside King County ............................................................. $4.00 Entered as second-clans matter on January 1, 1900, At the Post Office at Issaquah, King County, Wash., Under Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE CITY OF ISSAQUAH OFFICIAL PAPEROF KING COUNTY MEMBER N ATIONAL EDITORIAL MEMBEm I A c~")~ ¢~--ATI ~:~N WASHINGTON I" _") NEWSPAPER _'._ __ _ etnsusnK . ~" ...... A88OCIATION - - I I (Continued from Page I I [ -~ strengthaswellasourgrief, tribute to a fallen and and to unite in a common courageous President and :,.._..,jm~w~ / bond of unity, of faith, and his family, we must relegate SANDY WORK -- Julia Salem observes the sandbox play of one in a regeneration of the to him a special place inof the youngsters in a Washington State University ehild devei- fundamental principles of history .... and we must opment class. Miss Salem is a junior home economics major. righteousness and justice remember and maintain founded.Up°n which this nation was plesthe idealswhichandhe theso bravelyprinci" TWO Local Girls Learn From Children at College Finally, as we pay solemn pursued. Funeral Service More About -- Conducted For CLIMBER - Marlys Dalbotten helps a youngster down from a set of "monkey bars" during a Washington State University child development class. Miss Dalbotten is a junior elemen- taD, education major. Preston -- Prestonites Cancel Many Plans In Wake Of President's Death By Mrs.WilliamParsons.lup Baptist church at which ses, Cheryl, Gall and J06-4323 President Carl Lundquist of visited with her Because of the national Bethel College in St. Paul, August Lindstrom and tragedy of last week, many so- Minn., and the Reverend Was- guest, Mrs. Alice L d cial plans were cancelled or ley Lindblom, secretary of the Alexandria, Minn., J postponed in Prestonand there Coll~mbia Conference were ening. was little week-end activity, guest speakers. Attending were At the next mee 1 As in most churches, a period the Messrs Ray Watson, the Preston Community E of silent prayer was observed Reverend Howard Rekstad, cember 4, at the C ) and a tribute was given to the Marshall Moore, Randal Nel- Hall, a guest speaker memory of our late President, son, Charles Elven, Arthur cuss the proposed site1 John F. Kennedy, at the morn- Holmes, Don Broeker, and John Martha Washington and L ing service at the Preston Bap- Hubbard. Burbank schools at tist Church. The Bruce Fredeens of Bel- Interested persons levue spent Sunday here with area are cordially Minor Surgery Mrs. Everett Risen was in Se- his family the Lawrence Fre- attend this meeting. attle, Wednesday, for minor deens. ~iiiii::::iiiiii::i!ii~ nasal surgery and is nOWe~t Study Club Meets home and much improv • Mrs. Einar Lindstrom was co- Attend Conference hostess with Mrs. John Sroufe On Wednesday night, eight of Fall City, at the litter's home men from the Preston Church for the Thursday afternoon there is attended a meeting in a Puyal- meeting of the Fall City Study ~ Club. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Frost _E t Sid spent Sunday in Fall City at as e the Snoqualmie Valley Gun Club Turkey shoot. Frost is an Federated Clubs officer ofthe club. Attends Funeral Elect Officers Saturday, Mrs. Charles El- van and her husband's mother, Welcome Wagon Mrs. Manne Elven, attended over 5,000 hostesses, has The Federated East Side funeral services for Miss Laura than thirty years fostering good will in Clubs annual election of of- Allen of the Baptist Rest Home community life. For more ti0n about., . ricers was held at the regular in Seattle. meeting November 19 at the Sunday callers at the Elven Marlys Dalbotten, daughter which serves as a laboratory Gallwey, assistant professor informal enough to allow the Sherwood Forest Elementary home were Mrs. Charles El- of Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Dalbotten, for coeds as well as serving the of child development. "Human student teachers to cope with School. van's brother and wife, the Vin- lssaquah, and Julia Salem, Pullman community, behavior, although lesscompli, unusual situations, such as the Peter Gulick of the Lake cent Nelsons of Monroe and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. cited in youngsters, is much one or two youngsters a year Heights Community Club, Bel- their son, Richard. L Salem, lssaquah, are stu-The child development cour- thesameat anyage." who can't speak English, us- levue, was elected president. Mrs. Brian Brown ofIssaquah Phone EJ 2 8_7_2 -.. dents in a department at Wash- ses are designed as a study of Students at the sophomore ually children of foreign ex- Other officers are Paul F. Sand- and three daughters, the Mis- ington State University where human relations to help stu- level begin their work in child change professors, ers, vice president, Crestaire WZLCOIE NtWCOM~S' Anna Sa[mi, 81 (Continued from Page One) the "profs" are a group of three dents understand behavior, development by observing in Community Club, Bellevue; Ed- FamiliestoGather For hsr..U" .... to ,at us k,o, Fdneral services for Mrs. also been a big help, Fish re- a'nd four-year-old children who "Students planning to go into the nursery school. Upper- Dr. Gallwey said early day ith Lunge, recording secretary, Thanksgiving in Seotl[e Anna Salmi, 81, the last woman ports, educate the college students fields such as recreation and classmen serve as students' nursery school emphasized Juanita Community Club, Kirk- Going to Seattle for Thanks- to leave the USS Titanic when Mrs. Tom Lewis is doing the with their uninhibited behav- social work, teaching and re- teachers, good habits. But now more con- land; Mrs. Richard P. Rising, giving dinner are Mr. and Mrs. city. it sank in 1912, were conducted same thing with the Pickering tar. search can gain valuable infor- The nursery is set up to show cern is placed on building self corresponding secretary, High- Wednesday, November 27, from and Lewis families, early Val- The department is the child mutton from working with the what a good nursery school confidence and understanding land Community Club, Belle- Chester Pihistrom and son Scott, []HostessPlease haVeca#f onthemeWelc°me the lssaquah Funeral Home. ley settlers, which Fish has development nursery school youngsters," explains Dr. Mary curriculum is like, yet is kept others, rue; and William L. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harte [] Iwo01d like to subscribe to Mrs. Salmi, a young woman consulted, treasurer, WillowcrestCom- and seven children, Frank Harte i,~oh p~,, ~ ~ [] I already subscribe to ths bound for the United States "There are so many old folks g S ~ and two children, and Dana l,..~.h e,*, from her native home of Fin. already gone since I started TWO usa Titanic Sinkin urvivors Die More About munityClub, Issaquah. Harte and Kevin. Their hostesses Fm out coupon and msi, to J i Cl Trustees elected to three-are Mrs. Kathleen O,ConnorDept., land, was aboard the USS Ti- the work, Katie Gregory, Hus- ~~ tunic when it sank and it is ky Prue and Eva Coutts to name Within a week, Issaquah has or. ur~ or ass year-terms were J. Wayne Mis- andMrs. HelenCave. enar, Eastgate Community Club, ~ ~ ..= ... reported that she was the last a few," Fish said, "and with lost two residents who were Mrs. Salmi is reported to H0[d$ Short Meeting (Continned from Page One) Bellevue, representing South person to be pulled from the them is going much of the in-survivors of the historical sink- have been the last woman to S ig y V water before the life boats left formation about the Valley." ing of the USS Titanic in 1912 leave the ship and the last To nPa ouchers Orzechowski, Dehbie Peluso, District', Gerald H. Jacobs, Nor- Now! First Time in RENTON! Karen Pierce, Gerri Reini, Les- wood Village Corporation, Bel- the ship. "There gets to be a fascina- in the Atlantic Ocean. person to be pulled from the Issaquah School Board Mem- lie Russell, Elizabeth Schaaf, levue, Central District; and Vic- Joseph Tondreau, 73, who water as the life boats were Mrs. Salmi passed away No- tion to it. You get information hers held a short business Judy Schmoe, Betty Small, Bar- tar E. Olson, Five Corners Com- vember 25 at the Issaquah Villa from here and there and piece died November 18, was one of leavingthe area. Nursing Home where she had it together and compare ac- the survivors and Mrs. Anna Tondreau moved to the Is- meeting Monday evening, No- barn Studebaker, Pam Sutter, munity Club, Kirkland, North resided for some time. counts and pore over old pic- Salmi, 81, who passed away No- saquah area in 1920 followed vember 25, to sign vouchers to **Terry Sweeney, Nancy TeeS- District. Born March 12, 1882, in Fin- tures and by and by it all be- vember 25, was another surety- by Mrs. Salmi in 1921. enable the teachers to be paid. ers, Eileen Trainor, Vicki Vol- Holdover trustees are John before leaving for the Thanks- wiler, Amy Wilson, JulieWoods, S. Cantrill, Lake Hills Cam- land she arrived in Seattle in gins to fall into a pattern. It's giving holidays. Lisa Wyatt. munity Club; John C. McGraw, 1912 and moved to the Issaquah amazing what can be discover- the early farming-mining-log- a list of names as long as my The members also discussed Sophomores Overdale Park Community area in 1921. ed with care and patience,~' ging days which do not belong arm to see that have told us a possible timeto meet with the Jim Bond, **Scott Coyle, Bill Club; Lewis B. Scribner, Ames Her husband preceded her Fish said, looking partly lost to us but to the people and they have something that may teachers' salary committee. Crosby, Dan Deranleau, Dave Lake Community Club; and Ed- AT A "- in death. ~ in his own thoughts about the should be placed in a museum, be of help." She is survived by one niece, work. Issaquah's own museum, but as It's Your's Parents Without Pflrlner$Fallstrom, Norm Erlandson, win S. Whitney, South Mercer Tom Harle, Mark Haugen, John Island Community Club. Mrs. Ida Johnson of Hempstead, Museum Items yet there is no suitable place Fish turned from the fire- Slate Mooting Decombor 4 Hemmingson, Ran Hillis, Ken , , , N. Y.; one nephew and three But something else has come where they can be displayed." place and firmly and sincerely Parents Without Partners, a Maynard, Alan Moen, Guy Or- FROM REGULAR LIST PRICES nieces in Finland; and a great out of the search into the MoreToDo repeated, "This isn't my book, sometimes hidden past, Har- But winter is almost here and it belongs to the people of Is- national organization, has zechowski, Dennis Palmer, DR. LLOYD A. WHITE nephew, Kraus Vanska of riet Fish said. "We have re- bsaquah's historian will be- saquah, they're the ones mak- slated a meetLng for members Colin Peters, Greg Rose, Danny Bothel. ReD. Russell Hendrickson calved many, many old items gin to organize the book, check ing it possible." and all eligible solo parents Ryan, Jim Steinauer, Jim Sub ~)PT~)~ETR]ST officiated. Interment was in such as street signs, minercaps the facts once more, taking ar- tobeheldDecember4inBelle- tar, Stanley Vasek, Shawn Wy- ~Ol~@f,'~' the Hills and tools and mementoes of ticles from the paper and ex- ANNOUNCING NEW MANAGEMENT OPEN DALLY SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER and QUICK SNACKS SPECIAL HOT LUNCH DISHES MOTTO: "'Good Food & Friendly Service.'" (OPEH SUNDAYS NOON TO 9 P.M.) Hi-TEN CAFE ON HIGHWAY 10 AT Hi-TEN BOWL WE WILL BE BEGINNING FRIDAY, DEC. 6th 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. MONDAY Thru SATURDAY OUR SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION WHILE STOCKS ARE COMPLETE -- $1.00 WILL HOLD MOST ANY GIFT IN LAY-AWAY BE AN EARLY BIRD SANTA! EX 2-6413 ISSAQUAH SHOPPING CENTER IYs Easy to PIo¢o o Wont vue at 1,24 104th N.E. in the hos- man. pand them and bring the book Ad -- Coil EX 2-64,14pitalityroom. Linda Atkins, Eileen Ball, into form. But still, "I have A coffee period will follow Ann Barlow, Joan Bartlett, the 8 p.m. meeting and short Nancy Battema, Joellen Ben- program. For further informa- ton, **Jerri Brown, Judy Burn- 840 tegols 840 Legols tion call Mrs. Eunice Kempt, ett, Elfrieda Carlson, Kristy LEGAL NOTICE SH6-1408, evenings.. Catching, Cathy Darby, Krista OF THE STATE OF WASRINGTONNo. !-48.14 - King Connty JUST, JOSEPH VIRGINIA SUE NELSON, 2[ Mor. .$ [ Durst, Jackie Fasano, Donna IN THE SUPERIOR COURT NELSON, HAROLD A. and W~[t= Febus, Kathy Feeny, Sharynn FOR KING COUNTY . his wife 4~9 Preheit, Peggy Gallagher, Car- NO. ~$~$0 OSTER, H, L. SUMMONS FOR ROBERTSON, JOHN D. and 900 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYKaren°line Goldsmith,Hetland, CamilleKris HaneY,Hill, PUBLICATIONsEATTLE SCHOOL DISTRICT wifeRUBERTA. ROBERTSON, his 22 I WOOLD like to thank everyono who Doris House, Karen Husby, NO. 1 (King County) a municipal ROSSI, ANTOINETTAGUISTI helped me in the is~mquah Press Eunice Irwin, Jill Johnson, ROSSI, JEANETTE 2 contest by buying subscriptions in my'Charlaine Keleman, Jean Lung- corporation, vs Plaintiff, SHERVHEIM,DAGNY TWIToDAGNY'sHERVHEIMa/k/a 14 homo. lOW, Sharyn Lindsay, Holli Ma- BALDWIN, GRACF. MARIE 22 SWICK, JOES. and DORISE. JoeCoyle her, Louise McEwen, Janet BALZHISER, JENNIE B., also SWICK, his wife 22 1.48 Mutschler, Christine Nachiem, known as JENNIE B. THOMAS, CHARLEST. 73 Nancy Nyberg, Kathy Stude- WATKINS 85 URSTED, BORGNYTWITO 14 BARBARUS, MARY 2 UNITED STATES OF FOR RENT: 1-year-old 3-bedroom home baker, Lynn Wilson. BOSI, ELIZABETH 2 AMERICA 22 with dining area, fireplace, wall-to- **Straight A CITY LOAN CO., a corporation, VOGEL, ELIZABETH A. 16 wall ca,pet~ throughout, h, soquah Foreign Visitor at Library d/b/a LOCAL LOAN CO. 73 VOGEL, MARILYNJ. 16 ~hool district, n~r Lake McDonald. Adolphus Ofori, a librarian CITY OF SEATTLE, A VOGEL, WILLIAM 16 $99 per month, call BA 6-2675. 1-50 in charge of the National Li- MUNICIPALCORPORATION 50 WASHINGTON MUTUALSAV- DE SISTO, ANGELO and INGS BANK, a Washington JANE DOEDESISTO, corporation 24 FOR RENT: Two-bedroom house two brary System of Ghana visited hiswife 51 UNKNOWN PERSONS, if any, blocks from post office. EX ~-~65. the Issaquah Library recently FIDELITY SAVINGS & owners or claimants I.,lg during a tour of the King County LOAN ASSOCIATION, a All Pareels Library System. He also was Washington corporation 49 UNKNOWN HEIRS AND DE- GIMINEZ, ANTONIOand VISEESofanypersonsinter- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnishod house; reported to be intrigued by VIRGINIA GIMINEZ, his ested in all parcels, if deceased automatic washer and dryer, near the Thunderbird at the All Parcels-Fall City, water furnished. CA 2- Library. wife 5~2 Defendants. 4125 evenings and weekends. 1-48 GIUSTI, ELISABETTA 840 tegols GIUSTI, ELIZABETTA 2 THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: ..... THEABOVE-NAMED FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnished GIUSTI, FLAVIANO 22 LEGAL NOTICE GIUSTI, GUISEPPE DEFENDANTS: home; 3 appliances, center of Isso- No. !-48-20- King County GIUSTI, MARIA 2 YOU, AND EACH OF YOU, AREquah, water, sower paid. $90. EX 2- Franchise Application No. 3358 GREENWOOD SAVINGS & HEREBY SUMMONED to appear 3347. 1-48 In the Matter of the Application of LOAN ASSOCIATION, a on January 24, 1964, at the hour of the Pacific Northwest Bell Teie- Washington corporation 73 9:30 A.M. or as soon thereafter as HANSEN, MARVIN G. and counsel can be heard, in the depart- PORTA-SHOP; chaln saw; band saw on phone Company, a corporation, for a franchise to construct, operate GLADYS HANSEN, his wife 26 ment of the Presiding Judge of the stand; jointer; jig-saw; mi~ellon- and maintain an underground teIe- HERSHEY, JOHN ELDON and above.entitled court, Room 915, eous tools; GE refrigerator, $35; phone cable, under a portion of Pri- ELSE M. HERSHEY, his wife 24 King County Courthouse, Seattle, glrl's 26-inch bicycle; GL 4-9767. i-50 mary State Highway No. 5, in King Washington, at which time and County, Washington. place the Petition attached hereto FOR SALE: 1958 Kenmore automatic NOTICEOFHEARING will be presented to the Court to- washer. Needs some repair. $25. WHEREAS, the Pacific Northwest gather with proof of service of the 1.48 Bell Telephone Company, a car- notice and petition on the defend- Carl EX 2-6955. " poration, has filed with the Wash- ants as above described, and the ington State Highway Commission, Court will be requested to find that G.E. STOVE, genmore washer, Stagier under the provisions of Chapter 21, such real estate sought to be taken heating stove Silvertone floor radio, 1st extraordinary session, Laws of is required and necessary for voca- ' ' 1961 and Chapter 13, Laws of 1961, purebred Guernsey healer, 1F months an application for a franchise to andtorti°nal atechniCalcommunitySCh°°lcollegePUrp°Seand to old, good condition. Carl EX 2-677:0 construct, operate and maintain an enter an order reciting such find- underground telephone cable un- ings and fixing a definite date for der a portion of Primary State High- trial by jury, unless a jury is waived TIRE SALE -- Winter treads 6,70xl5 way No. 5 in King County, Washing- by all parties interested in this and 7 50x14 Two for $27.78 plus ton, for a period of twenty-five (25) condemnation proceeding. - -, ~ ~ ." ,--or^e's R:-=F-Id years, at the following locations: That the property to be taken is a ~f- No.rra.~e-~ns. ,.,-h= .... ~=~ Beginning at a point on the parcel of land inwhieh the defendi zlza ~m~ r~., ~,aqua • "~u West side of Primary State High- ants above named claim an inter, way No. 5, Krain to Black Dia- est, more particularly described as lADY'S size 8 boots and clump, and mond, as now located and on follows: skis with automatiC release, ski record in the office of the Direc- Lots 1-3, Block 1, SeeondAddition poles and goggles -- $48 take all. tar of Highways in Olympia, Lots 1-3, BlockG, Second Addition Call evonings. EX 2.6130. 1-50 Washington; said point being East ½ Lot 26, all Lot 27, opposite approximate Highway Block 1, Second Addition Engineer's Station 180+92; Lot 22, Block 4, Second Addition FOR SALE: Dry, seasoned fireplace Lots 17-19, Block 4, Second Addi. wood, U-haul. $15 cord. EX 2.3970. thence Northerly along the West side of rrimary S~ate High- tion 1-50 way No. 5 to a point opposite Lots 7-8, Block6, Second Addition approximate Highway Engin- Lots 1-2, Block 4, Second Addition Lots 11-12, Block 4, Second Addi. 1986 OMC, Vg, trailer-tractor with eer's Station 190+20, all in Gay. tion duals for smaller pick-up of eqUalr ernment Lot 4 of Section 1, Lot 19, Block 7, Second Addition value. EX 2-3970. 1-50 TownshiPw. M. 20 N., Range 6 E., Lot 9. Block 4. Second Addition NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS Lots 4, 5, and 20, Block 6, See. FREE to good owner: Trained, spayed, HEREBYGIVEN and Addition 1 yr. old beautiful, intelligent collie That a hearing will be held on 2341/2 Wells Street Rehtoh, Wesh;ngton HOrrid: 9:00 to 5:30 Wed. and S~t. 9:00 to 1~0 Telephone Al ;ne $-3788 With Electric Rotisserie MONDAY, n all said real property being lo- cated in the City ofSeattle, Coun- and Airedale mixture -- loves child- said application by the Washington ty of King, State of Washington. roo. Nt.~rvelous companiot~. DA 5.1834. State Highway Commission at its CHARLES O. CARROLL 1-48 office in the Highways-Licenses Building, Olympia, Washington, on Prosecuting Attorney ...... ByJAMESJ. CAPLINGER FOR SALE: Doberman pup "3 months, the 20th daY of January, 1964 at 1:30 o'clock P.M., or as soon there- ~ -" Lilly'8 Insulin i Chief Civil Deputy See at 923 Rainier Way N. or write: after as hearing may be had. I R*g. U40 Rag. URO J WILLIAM L. PAUL, JR. DATED at Olympia, Washington, t $1.13 $2.17 I AssistantChiefCivilDeputy Mrs. Ralph Jackman, Issaquah. I-4S this 18th day of November,'1963. I NPH & lamte NPH & ~ | RICHARD M. FOREMAN ~ ~ /s/C. G. Prahl Deputy Prosecuting Attorney 1952 CHEVROLET 4.door. StandardDirector of Highways [ $1.27 $2.43 .1[ Published in the !ssaquah Preas transmission, tow miles andrunsPublished ~ the Issaquah Press Nov. 28, Dec. 5, 12, 19, 26, 1963, and good. EX 2-6962. 1-80November 28 and December 5 and Jan. 2, 1964. 12, 1963. • AMERICAN MADE TUBES • LEADING BRANDS • STOCK FRESH FROM FACTORY • FULLY GUARANTEED PLUS: FREE SELF-SERVICE TUBE TESTER! BRING YOUR TV TUBES TO: (ELKS CLUB 226 MAIN BUILDING) RENTON, OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS TILL 8 P.M. A MONDAY, NOV. 25 Per Day Reg. 9.99 n .TUESDAY, NOV. 26 4 Asstd. Colors Metal Frame WHILE THEY LAST Reg. 4.88 WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27 Upiohn LIMIT 1 Vitamins PER CUSTOMER FRIDAY, NOV. 29 90 Capsules Reg. 3.38 Hallmark Box,d SATURDAY, NOV. 30 25 on the String NOV. 25 to SATURDAY, NOV. 30 44b. Po~esterFiber Reg.$16.99Dag for Sava$5on2 Bags Open Daily 9-9 Open Sunday 10-6 Issaquah Shopping Center Phone EX 2-5151