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THE |SSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON PAGE FIVE DECEMBER 14, 1933. .................................................................................... THE ISSAQUAH THEATRE Oc 25c Days 7:30 P. M. -- Sundays and Holidays 6:30 aud 8:30 P. M. y - Friday - Saturday, December 14-15-16 "NIGHT FLIGHT" :John and Lionel Barrymore, Helen Hayes, Clark Gable, Robert Montgomery, Myrna Lay NEWS -- COMEDY Sunday - Monday, December 17-18 "I'M NO ANGEL" (Mac West) NEWS -- CHARLIE CHASE COMEDY HIGH POINT Mr. and Mrs. Nels ttjort are be- ing congratulated because of the birth of a baby boy born to them . Saturday morning at their home. Mother and child are reported as do- ing nicely. A. Swanson was taken suddenly[ UPPER SQUAK George Hayward of Tacoma spent a few days with the Hallworth fam- ily last week. Martin Cammon returned Monday after having spent several days m I Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Sherry spent last ill Saturday evening and was rush-Iweek visiting relatives in Maple Val- ed to Harborview Hospital. His con-iy.. dition was very grave for a time, but leA. Knoernschild and Mr. Miller of he is now improving. Seattle visited with the Knoernschild For the past three weeks a con-' siderable amount of work has been done upon the highway here at ttigh Point. About thirty men are employ- ed in this work. The recent floods and high waters had little effect up- on the town due to the efficient work done by the road crews in repairing damage done by the last flood. Several of the local ladies sur- prised Mrs. Walter Anderson at her home here Friday afternoon with a birthday party given in her honor. family Sunday evening. Mrs. V. Richards entertained the I. V L. Club last Thursday. Visiting ladies were Mrs. Landon and Mrs. Abbott of Maple Valley; Mrs. Switz- er of Seattle and Mrs. Sherry. Miss Ma~T Bogden and her fiance, Mr. Kacier of Enumctaw, called at the Hallworth home Sunday evening. Mrs P. W. Knoernschild, Mary and Ella, were Seattle shoppers Saturday afternoon. Mrs. V. Richards was a Seattle ABOUT NEW PARTY ~city police. The troopers would be Miss Della Jacobson of Seabold, visitor Tuesday. - - -- [stationed at central points, and re- a former resident, is visiting with i Mr. and Mrs. Wylie of Bainbridge (Continued on last page) die-directed from headquarters. ...... Cincinnatus was organized in Se- friends and relatives here this week. [Island were callers at the Hallworth Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson and son*home Tuesday evening. re to save them and our own attle several months ago and has Egon, Elmer Bloomberg and Ted OI- i grown so rapidly that posts are now son attended a wedding party in Se-'! Mrs. S. W. ttobbs Mrs. A. J. Pc- young men plan that the dis-lbeing formed in Bellingham, Everett, attle Saturday evening, given in hon-iters and Mrs. May C. Williams shop- be governed by an elected]Bremerton, Tacoma, Olympia, Long- or of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Soderlund Iped in Seattle yesterday of ~ive administrators, who :view, Spokane, Yakima, and Wenat-at the home of hm'.~ mother, Mrs.. I. Mrs. Jennie Usher returned home also serve as conservators to lchee, nd. after a three weeks' visit in Seattle. present indebtedness. The and executive committee receive salaries, and the other members would serve without nsati n. lluded as a major feature is a state police force to sup- the numerous sheriffs, consta- fire wardens, and eventually Raymond (Bud) Anderson left the first of the week for Spokane where he has employment. Twenty members of the Issaquah Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. [Biles last Wednesday for a Christ- i mas party and lunch. Miss Julia Lovegren of Seattle ~pent Sunday at the Otto Anderson home here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olson and fam- ily were Seattle visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Holmbcrg of Mr. AI Klatt of Long Beach Calif., was a ~isitor at the Mounce home Friday to Monday. In company with Miss Erma Dean Mounce he visited relatives in Arlington Saturday and ;ATUDAY. MONDAY VALUES Preston were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson, Sunday. Sunday. Miss Sylvia Talus left Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs. A. Malmstrom and[Bremerton for a visit of a few days. ......................................... family of Seattle visited with friends Mrs L J "" I. harris has been suffer- here at "fl'r [ Mr and Mrs L H Smart have Mrs Carl Cedarholm and cn'd enI .... " .... r "" nda ~ moved from their cottage at Sunset visited with remtlves ne e 1we .y. i.~ i t, rove into the large house on the .... i John Anderson farm The lake has Mrs E J Lindman was nostess to .... ". " ". ..... ,, ,~risen to sucn a ne~ght the Smarts the Odao Crop a~ a l:vv O CIOCK~ were forced to vacate luncheon last Thursday. Mrs. Leonard1 Miles won first prize at cards and[ Mrs. T. M. Getchius of Seattle is Mrs. Tom Getchess of Seattle the lspendingl the week with Mrs. C. S. second. ] Beers. FINE GRANULATED S. W. COFFEE ' ONE POUND 27c FISHER'S BLEND 95C SACK er's Honey Lie Ribbon marock FEDERAL LB. PAIL C(~OANUT WHITE Here Too Will Find Practical Oi[ta, Reasonably Priced for * * * * JUST A FEW OF THE MANY ITEMS WE HAVE ON DISPLAY MEN'S SCARFS, assorted patterns to choose from, each ............................ 98c MEN'S sex, all kinds and designs from .......................... : ........... 15c to 49c TALL CAN LIMIT BARS SHIRTS, large assortment of colors, from .................................. to $1.95 DRESS SUSPENDERS, varied designs and colors, pair ............................... JACKETS, for dress and work, real practical gifts ........ at Attractive Prices NUMEROUS OTHER GIFTS, pertain- ing to Men's Wear .......... at Low Prices Mince Meat 2 " 25C a y Son 3 15c .. VEGETABLE SHORTENING 3 LBS. OZ. PKG. 23C Sail Crab Meat 15c Value Matches USEFUL GIFTS FOR WOMEN AND THE KIDDIES Space does not permit listing the complete line, but here are a few items to help solve the gift problem: LADLES' AND MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS Large assortment at 5c to 25c Also Asst. Boxed Handkerchiefs at low cbst GIVE HER LINGERIE FOR XMAS You will find a good selection to choose from, such as Pajamas, Gowns, Double Sets, Slips, Step-Ins, eac. All attractive gifts. LADLES' AND CHILDREN'S GLOVES Novelty colors, at 49c and 59c PINT JARS QUART JARS DRY GOODS AND MEN'S WEAR Issaquah, Washington To Inaore tbe 8occeas DINNEM, Order Thanksgiving Turkeys sold fast. They may repeat at Christmas time. Order early and play safe. WANT YOUNG MEN FOR MARINE ENLISTMENTS Captain D. G. Oglesby, U. S. Mar- ine Corps, officer in charge of Se- attle Recruiting District, has an- nounced that young men are being accepted for enlistment in the Mar- ine Corps Applications are being taken at Room 433, Federal Office Building, Seattle, Washington. Applicants must be between 68 and 74 inches in height, not less than 17 years of age, and furnish two letter~ of recommendation. Upon enlist- ment, these men are transferred to San Diego, California, for a short period of training, after which they are eligible for transfer to foreign serv'ice, or to one of the battleships or cruisers of the navy. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Woodring and son and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hurlburt and daughter of Tacoma were guests Sunday at the L R. Hepler home'. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Harris and Mrs. Hugo Berg were Seattle shoppers on Wednesday. Mrs. Ralvin White entertained with ~a party Tuesday afternoon in honor of the third birthday anniver- sary of her daughter Donna. Twelve little guests enjoyed an afternoon of g~,mes an& the d~c~ous luncheon served by the hostess. The Issaquah Fire De- partment is a volunteer organization, serving without pay. They have banded together to protect property of the town--your home included. They are now buying FOR THE TOWN, a mighty fine Playfield equipped with a mighty fine Gymnasium. They stand ready to help you---they ask you to stand by them. They still have a debt of $500 to pay. Attend their dance this Saturday and each succeeding Saturday night. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution, No. 55360. : ............................................ in Probate PEOPLE'S EXCHANGE In the Superior Court of the State ........................................ of Washington for the County of FOUND --- White bird dog with King In the matter of the estate of Peter Szymonski, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Lucy Stockwell, executrix of the estate o~ Peter Szymonski, deceased, has fileu in the office of the Clerk of said court her final report and-petition for distribution, asalng the court to settle said report, distribute the pro- perry to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said executrix; and that said report and petition will be heard on the 9th day of January, 1934, at 9:30 a. m., at the court room of the Probate Department of said brown markings about head and rump. Is an intelligent fellow and came to this office Saturday to ad- vertise for a master Anyone wishing him will please call at once. For Sale FOR SALE--Standard make piano near Issaquah. Will sacrifice fez unpaid balance. A snap. Easy terms. Write Tallman Piano Store, Salem, Oregon. Miseellaneo~.s court. Dated this 1st day of December, ESTRAY NOTICE 1933. There came to my farm about No- Abe N. Olson, Clerk of Said Court. vember 22, one Jersey cow. Owne~ By Lowls Abraham, Deputy. may have same by paying for this no- Elder & Niovlnskl, 705-6 Dexter tice and small charge for keep of Herren Bldg., Seattle, Washingtor,, Attorneys for Estate. 12-7-211cow. Louis Sutter. DOWN r-on PHOENIX SOCKS Other Grades .................. 19c, 25c and 40c Gift Box with $1.00 Hosiery Purchase QUALITY FOOTWEAIk