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Lake -- dic Guild Meets Roger Firth's Home , By Vi Johnson Attend Musical EX2-3572 Attend the all-school musi- cal on Wednesday were Mrs. Lake Orthopedic Dick Anderson and Mrs. Doug met Thursday at the Anderson. Enjoying the show Roger Firth, with on Thursday were Linda and Lea Knowles and Mrs. Ron Barry Roberge. as co-hostess. Main top- g style show at Bread-Making Subject were the Mesdames For Homemakers Club k Anderson Ted Howisey, A demonstration on the art O. C. Scott, of bread making was presented Adams. Bud Sullivan, by Mrs. Sharon Shein and Mrs. Vidonis, Wes Burleton, Waverly Holden of the Sunny Herold, Herb Thomas, Suburbanites Homemakers Elmer Johnson, Club to the members of the Carl Mahnken, Ken Merry Homemakers of Issaquah and Larry Colingham. at their regular meeting No- vember 20, in the home of Mrs. at home after Leo Hutchins. surgery Tuesday at Mrs. Willard Murrow, presi- pital isChuck dent, presided. Two weeks ago Mrs. Stan Jack Merritt, who re- Grimes presented a demon- birth to a baby stration on creative art for Diana, revealed this youngchildren. event happened on her The collection of material, old nylons, yarn and many other items for the Issaquah Villa, guests at the James the club's community project, home Saturday were was the main topic for discus- and Mrs. Ken MacKenzie, sion. These items are used by 'and Mrs. Elmer Johnson, the Villa in their occupational aad Mrs. Herb Thomas, and therapy program. and Mrs. Ted Howisey. Several new chairmen ap- at the Chuck Bailey pointed were Mrs. Ronald the weekendwere Barnet, safety; Mrs. Gary La- ~nd Mrs. Harold Keniston Chance, scrapbook; and Mrs. family and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCandless, community . Fraker. project. WITH OUR FLATTERING : HOLIDAY PERMANENT SOFT AND ~ LASTING TO GIVE LIFE AND BODY TO YOUR NEW HAIR STYLE. LOOK YOUR BEST THIS HOLIDAY SEASON. 4 STYLISTS TO SERVE YOU. OPEN EVENINGS MONDAY thru FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. CALL EARLY FOR YOUR HOLIDAY APPOINTMENT Evans Salon of Beauty DOWNTOWN ISSAQUAH -- EX 2-5567 THIS THE YEAR TO... THAT GIVE PLEASURE FOR YEARS May Valley-Briarwood News Roxaine Reynolds Fischer, Debby Mathison, Mary AL 5-5849 Lou Nesper, Rita House, Wendy Officers were electedNo-Bass, Dorothy Shower, Anna vember 14 at the firstmeeting Cheney, Diane Ridgeley, Julie of the newly.formed St. Ther- Phillips and Kim Cramblet. esa Guild at the home of Mrs. Any second grade Briarwood Leslie Brokaw. Chairman will girl interested in joining the be Mrs. Brokaw, vice chairman, group may call Mrs. Bass at Mrs. Edwin Bentley and secre- BA 6-3223 for information tary-treasurer, Mrs. A. Nash. About 500 people were fed at The next meeting of the group the May Valley PTA smorgas- will be December 12, 8 p.m. at herd dinner November 18. The .the home of Mrs. A. Nash, 17220 PTA group wishes to thank all S.E. 128th St. An invitation is who helped to make the dinner extended to all women who are a success, including parents members of St. Joseph's par- who donated food; room moth- ish to join the guild iftheyhave ers who helped plan, prepare either an Alpine or Baldwin and serve the dinner; the telephone number. Maple Hills Garden Club, who Maple Hills Garden Club decorated tables with flower members are justly proud of arrangements; the Girl Scout one of their group. Mrs. Cliff- group and sixth, seventh and orc[ Greene, 20422 S.E. 145th eighth grade girls who cleared St., took second place for her tables and, of course, the clean- entry, a double African violet, up committee. in the horticultural division at Mr. and Mrs. John P. Maas, the East of Lake Washington 18249 S.E. 147th Place, are get- Garden Clubs show. This is the ting acquainted with the son first year the Maple Hills Club born November 18 at Renton has entered the stiff compe- Hospital. tition of flower arranging and horticultural divisions. The Local Couple show was held November 18 at the Bellevue-Redmond Cov- enant Church. Three other en-Among Parents tries of the group were not awarded ribbons. Thursday, Nov, 28, 1963 Issa uah Press 3 ............. q! ........ JANUARY NUPTIALS - Lieutenant Comdr. and Mrs. George E. Thomas, 14026 187th PI. S.E., announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon June, to Roger ttugh Tanaka, son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Tanaka. Sharou at- tended issaquah tligh School. Her fiance was graduated from Kent-Mer/dian High School in 1962 and attended Seattle University. Both have lived in Renton. The wedding is planned for January 4 at the First Methodist Church, Ren- ton. Sunny Suburbanites See Travel Film Grand Worthy Advisor Of International Order To Visit Rainbow .54 Sandy McLean, Worthy Ad- visor of the Issaquah Assembly 54, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, announced at the club's last meeting that Gayle Miller, Grand Worthy Advisor of the International Order of the Rain- bow for Girls of the states of Washington and Idaho will visit the Assembly December 2. There will be a buffet dinner before an initiation. The ottlce of the Grand Worthy Advisor is the highest office attainable by a Rainbow Girl. Gayle was installed into her office at the Rainbow conven- tion in Tacoma last June. She was elected by delegates from each of the assemblies in Wash- ington and Idaho. Miss Miller's home is in Kellogg, Idaho, and she will spend a year traveling and visiting over 150 Rainbow as- semblies in the two states of the jurisdiction. She will be accompanied to lssaquah by Mrs. Jane Tranum, deputy for District Eight. I LUNCH MENU Monday, December 2 - Wiener winks, Spanish rice, crisp vege- table sticks, milk and chilled apricots OH, I LIKE THAT - Mrs. OrvallC. Seott, waysandmeansehairmanoftheBeaverLakeOrtho- treatbags, and their Christmas William A. Helsell, board the film presented by Gary burger on buttered bun, but- pedie Guild (middle) exclaims, as she and Mrs. Gordon Adams, president of the club, inspect project is making Christmas president, and Miss Elizabeth Phillips, sales agent from Pan tared whole kernel corn, cel- a holiday fashion modeled by Mrs. Martin McDonald to be previewed in the Beaver Lake Ortho- wreaths out of newspaper. The Welty, executive director, will American World Airlines. ery sticks, milk and home- A charity luncheon and fash- made pudding. pedic Guild's Annual Holiday Fashion Show Saturday December 7, beginning at 7 p.m., at Pant- results are delightful They also address the foster parents, ion show with the proceeds to Friday, December 6 - Clam ley's in Eastgate. The evening, especia!ly planned for couples according to Mrs. Adams, will be- plan a skating party for Jan- Miss Welty said the board gin with a social hour at seven, a Western Polynesian buffet dinner will be served at eight foi- uary. Briarwood School sec- members look forward to thego to the Rainier School at chowder, carrot sticks, egg lowed by entertainment and the fashion show. The holiday fashions are furnished-by Molly end graders in the group are dinner as a way of honoring Buckley for therapy equipment salad sandwich, milk and deep Wasserman Apparelin Bellevue. For reservations call Mrs. O. C. Scott, EX2-3676or Mrs. Gordon Sandra Gillespie, Adrienne the foster parents. "Foster was discussed. A date will be dish apple pie. Adams, EX2-6794. Mortzall, Susan McLain, Carla parents provide a service that announced later. -IssaquahPressPhoto ~ we absolutely could not do It was also noted that all Homo From Howoii ~ Altar t uJJa blares without," she said. "They give Christmas gifts for Buckley Returned recently from a I r, h R d care and affection at a tim." should be at the home of Mrs. two week vacation in Hawaii er)ts eg * 7o R stered Nurses .ssonuo esl Christmas Ideas Tea that is crucial in a child's Paul Holder no later than De- are Mr and Mrs. Orville Knud- life," she added, cember 18. The gifts mast be son of lssaquah. Knudson won y Th ksg" * g H /'d To Hear Lecture The Altar Guild of the St. Medina Children's Service wrapped with the contents thetrip in a sales contest. Enlo an iwn el ay . . _ Michael's Episcopal Church is an adoption agency. All written on the outside. - T anks B Plashc Sur eon SpendingThanksgivingweek- have h giving dinner with Y g will hold a Christmas Ideas children who are in foster Mr and Mrs Oscar Dr Gilbert G Fade lastlc Tea Tuesday, December 3, 1 homes will eventually be adop- end in Seattle with Mr. and Mrs. . . Freed of " , p " Phil Erickson and family will the Pine Lake area. surgeon,will givean illus- p.m., at thechurch, ted. Former Shipmaster Together Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Firth of Beaver Lake will spend Thanksgiving at the home of Lt. and Mrs. Robert Nevin-of Lake Hills. The two men were former shipmates at Norfolk, Virginia. Annual Gathering Gathering for their annual family Thanksgiving celebra- tion and dinner at the Grange Hall are Mr. and Mrs. James A. Lewis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. An- drew Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Hook- er Hailstone and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Engle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beale and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hailstone, Mrs. Helen Faulken- stein, and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Faulkenstein and family. From Seattle Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Burleton of Beaver Lake will be Mr. and Mrs. Ken Eriks- son, Mrs. Peter Eriksson and Mrs. Theresa Gabriel of Seat- tle, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barry of Eastgate. To Visit Mother Mr. and Mrs. Augie Vidonis of the Beaver Lake area will spend the Thanksgiving holi- day in Portland with their mother, Mrs. Vidonis. Sammamish Demolay To Hold Swimming Party The Sammamish Chapter of the Demolay has slated a swim- ming party at the Mount Si View Park in North Bend No- vember 30, from 7 to 10:30 p.m. The Mother's Club will serve a lunch to the members and their guests after the party. Sp/5 Harta to California Sp/5 Walter Harte, who re- cently returned from a tour of duty in France and Germany, left November 24 for Fort Ord, California. ff trated lecture on "Plastic Sur- gery - its psychological as- pects and actual surgical pro- cedures" at a 6:30 p.m. dinner meeting for Registered Nurses of Issaquah and other King County areas at the Wind- jammer Restaurant, Seattle, Monday, December 2. Miss Annabelle Airth, presi- dent of the King County Nur- ses Association, will preside. Featured during the dinner hour will be Miss Inn Gaitonde, American Field Service high school student from Bombay, India, who will present an In- dian style dance. Miss Gaitonde is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Zinn for the school year while attending Renton High School. Nurses unable to attend the dinner are urged to attend the program at 0 p.m. Rev. Hendrickson to Head Ministerial Association The Rev. Russell Hendrick- son, Community Baptist Church, was elected president of the Issaquah Ministerial Associa- tion for 1964 at the association's regular November meeting. The Rev. Ernest W. Collard, Our Saviour Lutheran Church, was elected as secretary-trea- surer. Evangelist E. R. Burnette, here for a revival crusade at the Roadside Chapel, spoke at the morning meeting in the Chapel. Women of the church served breakfast. Son For Conrardys Mr. and Mrs. William N. Con- rardy of Issaquah became the parents of a new son, Craig, November 22. The baby, weigh- ing six pounds, three ounces, was born at Overlake Hospital. Waiting for him at home are brothers David and Tim and a sister, Maribeth. Tn Honored Members of the Sunny Sub- Tuesday, December 3 Swed- The Sunny Blue Birds, anew second grade group met for ,,v the first time October 19 at Mr. and Mrs. Richard Husby, urbanites Homemakers Club ish meat balls, whipped pota- the home of their leader, Mrs. Issaquah, will be among the held a special meeting Novem- toes and gravy, French bread Martin Bass The group's am- foster parents from King, Kit- her 21 in the home of Mrs. Ed- and butter, milk and peaches. bitten is to work with craft sap and Snohomish counties .gar Regis to see a film on travel Wednesday, December 4 - materials. They are now mak- to be honored by the board rn Singapore, Hong Kong and Chili, fresh apple wedges, home- ing song books for their Blue members of the Medina Child- Europe. made rolls and butter, milk and Delores Luekett of World fruitJellowithwhippedcream. Bird and Camp Fire songs. For ren's Service at an annual Halloween they made trick or dinner December 2 in Seattle. Wide Travel Service narrated Thursday, December 5 - Ham- KONA MARLIN - Mammoth marlins such as the 480-pounder pictured above are boated frequently off the coast of Kailua- Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. Residents who join the Valley Publishing Co. Hawaii Tour now being arranged by Where-To- (go Travel Service of Seattle will be able to arrange special tours to the Big Island if they wish. POWER z" SAW -- Special ........ $29" 1" SAW ................. 24" IIG SAW ................... 29" SAW ............... IL (BETWEEN VALLEY FABRICATORS AND DR. BENTLEY) OPEN 8 to 5:30 DALLY -- SATURDAYS 8 to 12 I FOR A gOOD DEAL-"0" MoNEAL be Mr. and Mrs. Grant Nelson and Mrs. John Nelson of Issa- quah;~. Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Frank North of Issaquah will attend a family Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mrs. North's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Kailstrom of Edmonds. At Pine Lake Mr. and Mrs. George Plant will NEW PERSONAL PORTABLE TELEVISION JUST 12 LBS. LIGHT! 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