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)AY, DECEMBER 28, 1933 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON AND PERSONAL Seattle with relatives son's parents in Everett. [ "~'~~~~"~ * * * rlN.I~IUIN ' i Monte Garner has accented a post-! Mrs. C. S. Beers and mother, Mrs. i ~~-~-~~ ,tMttl:. John We.sling and ltion with the Money Savers Store mlJennie Usher, are spending the week! The P. T. A. met for their monthly spent Christmas at lRenton, opened last week i in Seattle. bmeeting last Wednesday evening at Schomber home . . . ~ * * * . . . ..... . ......... i the schoolhouse. After a short bus- [ Mrs. ~ glues entertained the Odao~ Miss lwatgaret ~anim oI lacoma Lundber~ who teaches a ...... '= .... iness seamen a Christmas program ~' ~ Club at a bridge mncneon last Thurs- E was tne guest oi net parents over ] ~ ..... ~. en b,, the ,)u-ils of the school herh~lrdn,ae:s ~atSh[d:y after ~:Ye aMnds MLrs. ~ S:h::o:(:he f~::t Chitin:: ..... ~ .......... Mrs* W* E*Gib'on had .is (t)l::U;gastcS::;':lO i;:h::h~ent:t?etr: Mrs. L. H. Smart and son,~nd" . . dinner guests Christmas Day, W. E. served. dinner guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Garner and Gibson Jr., Mrs. Olive Bayh and Rev Axel Lindgren of Tacoma Paul Empty in Seattle. family entertained at dinner Christ- Gibson Bayh, J. H. Gibson, Mr. and conducted a Swedish Julotta service M* *..* .... man Day for Mr. and Mrs. Hans iMrs- Wm. Karl Bayh and Mr. and fat the local church at 6 o'clock on lt~hehrtol~3r ~nenu.oi Pedersen and Barbara, of Seattle, iMrs. F. M. Ryerson and Leslie RY-iChristmas mo~ning. . .. ays wltn tne Ed Peterson of Hobart, Mr and Mrs t erson of Seattle I . ._ wonts, Mr. and Mrs Jake ...... ~ . . '" * * * ] ~ ~nn Mrs Carl Olson ana tnelr ~eorge r,K, ~armen aria Fatrlela, and ~ .~ , . , I ........ ' - , . . Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Krumbah and Mr. and Mrs t; ~eumno, m ~md daughters were dinner g ueStSs:tnd:e ~d Mrs Hugo Ber~ and small daughter Phyllis. daughters,. Mr.. ano ires: ~. t,e(mr-IGust Forsberg home m ,oLt ~ y were guests of the~form [ , , , nolm ana 1amUy,l~r. ana Mrs. r. t~. ]evening " Miss Evelyn Lewis is the ~uest th~s Manning, all of Issaquah, attended[ . . ts at Preston on Sunda,, ] ...... o .... -~U^ol "ro~ram at Hi-~[ The Upper Preston Sunaay scnool , , , "" I week oI z~r ano ~ars yorrest NIx tne ~un(lay ~c,,- v ~ K,,! .... -,-,- -,l0oqam ot ~ ...... ~ ..~t. ~..~ Mon.lav night ] pl'o,~Ollte(I a t~fll'lSLlna,~ t' ~-" ~r was given bv Mr and[in Mount vernon. ~ar. and Mrs Nix rust cnurc- ~,,,'* ~ " ~ .... ]s ....... ,! ~.o " ions at the Vasa -- ~ -- ..... " ~ ~ * I ' (.-~s a .... cltat ~ ,darholm on Christmas DayIwere'dwn for the, ho)tdays. Evelyn The suit of Jack Leggagaints thelthdl at Upper Preston Fmday eve- were laid for re~urnea nose wt~n tnem. Mr. and] . . , city for back salary as marshal was[ nmg. called for trial last Friday, when a ~, and daughters, Ellis Smith of Seattle is spending ....... I The Sunday school gave tnew an- Mrs. F. C. Manning, anda few days with his sister, Mrs. Nina postponement was taken untu oa~-! " - uat-11 nual Christmas program at tne m- uist. Tjerne. Y " , . , Ical church Tuesday evening with aI P. ~Iounce and Miss Er- * * * Mounce are spending the Mr and Mrs. E. J. Lindman visited Gordon Tjerne of Stanwood spent large crowd in attendance. Seven..] L relatives in Bremerton. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Sahlstrom at Christmas.. T'erneDay with his mother, Mrs. [with I teen Ofgiftsthe forPUpilSperfectWereattendance]presenteal * , Woodinville on Sunday. l~ma J " . [during the year S. Beers and Mrs. Jennie * * * spending the holidays inGuests at the Dr. H. R. Corson Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Genster had as " | .... stmas Da- Mr and Mr I Among Seattleites who spent the guests ~nrl y, - " s. " --- __ home Sunday for Christmas dinner Ira Smith and small daughter Elean-] Christmas holidays here were .Mr. D. R. HILLERY | daughter, Miss Vera Lawrence, all or anu mr. ~, ................ ~,, u~ -~ Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Felix IIart-! Mr. and Mrs. Lud Fritzberg and chfl- of Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Es- strum dren, Oscar Fritzberg, Algol and [CIAN and SURGEON / ray and two sons, Mr. and Mrs De- * i EinarNygren, Emil Michaelson, ~e In wy Runnels and small daughter of Blaine Boyden was out from St- Pearl Carlson, Lillian Huss, Florence Bank Building | / Bow, Washington, Mr. and Mrs. attle for Christmas dinner at home,:and Betty Andreson. :)ffice 142 Residence 14.qJ Kenneth Corson, Mrs. May C. Wil- remaining from Sunday till Tuesdayi $ * * " S - ____~ llama and Corson Williams afTh:;1;od is ended but the devas-dreMnrvandedM;:l:hi~sN~ ;:at~ld 2- I ing Christmas. ~--~LLiAM HOLLAND ) A marriage license was issued on tation lingers an., ] Joe Ha el Saturday to Miss Louise Kelham of ......... g of Bellingham norma~ DENTIST [ Seattle and Joseph Lapsansky of Is- Mr and M~'s u l) woourmg analis s endin ........ " " ." p g tne Dnrmtmas vacatmn Hours, 9 to 5, and | saquah. , son and Mr and Mrs Ray tturlburt with his are '" : " p nts, here tys and evenings by / and daughter were Christmas guests " Appointment | Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Stephenson and at the L. R. Hepler home. Bu a~d ~ = )2 Issaquah, Wash.J Jimmy spent Christmas Eve ann , y-- , ssaquah. Christmas Day with Mrs. Stephen- Mr. and Mrs. H. E. King of Sno- qualmie, Miss Mickey Long of Ren- BILL, BOOSTER SAYS: ton, Mr. and Mrs. L. Trigg and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold King and son, the Misses Lucille and Elsie Mattila, Einar Mattila, Evan Stone- bridge and Ed Gullicson were guests of Mrs. Johanna Mattila at a Christ- mas Eve party. HEP.~, W~ ~Ug"~ HAVE PAGE THREE [ Community Church [ pi 0 .... 0 School To cs "New Men for the New Year" is the sermon theme for Sunday at 11.Di*eussions b~ State School Sunday school at 10:00; Christian and Civic L~der~, syndicated t Endeavor at 6:45. through the Washington Educa- Evening service at the church attion Association. ~ t 7:30. Following this the Parsonage will be thown open for a Watch-Night ~" .....- ........... - ..... " social. Everyone invited. ADULT EDUCATION'S GREAT The Reading Room needs a few DAY more librarians, also many moreBy Frank F. Nalder, Director of books.Bring them in this week. General Extension and Radio Pro- The Young People's Institute at grams, State College of Washington, Redmond yesterday was a real suc- cess. Over one hundred registered. Pullman. Conferences were held on "Present Day Problems", "Beliefs That Mat- "Keep on learning while you live" ter", and "How To Study the Bible". is the inescapable admonition of our Christian joy is genuine, perma- times. Never did civilized man ever nent and wholesome--but it loves know an era so full as ours of the company, promptings to grown people to con- S. E. ANDERSON, Pastor. tinue their educative processes. Thls is a dynamic age. Overnight it ab- olisl:es old standards, gains many new Chatham Isles Shepherds viewpoints a:~d avenues of thought. First to Greet New Year Social sanctions are changed, poll- Shepherds of the Chatham islands, tics and economics rewritten before New Zealand, welcomed the New Year our very eyes. Our sons and daugh- while milkmen in the United States tern tell us that the data of science are making their rounds on the last day of the old year. we learned a generation ago are now The British colony of 200 personl obsolete, forgotten. In the southern Pacific is the first We have more leisure and upper- place in the world to welcome the tunity for continued study than ever. New Year. When the bell In the llttlo Whether the coming age is to be one church on Hanson island peals out of increased economic nationalism or midnight, the chimes of Big Ben In some other form of "bootstrap ec- London sound 12 noon. and It is 7 a. enemies", it has one clear meaning: m. in New York. The Chatham Islands are the nearest An increasing amount of human on- point to the starting line of time. The orgy, displaced by the machine or starting line Is the admiralty's date itechnical process, must expend itself line. It Is made to curve east and in other means than earning a lie- west of the one hundred and eightieth ing. Also that means must be eith- meridian In such a way that tt Ile.~ al. er self-developmental or it will be ways in the ocean. The Chatham Is- lands are Just to the east of the lin~ self-destructive. The one profitable The New Year begins its race from use of this leisure is study toward a the islands westward along the equator definite end. Only by systematic at a speed of 1,000 miles an hour. By study can men and women in middle the time New Yorkers gather to wel- life either understand or keep pace come it, most of the Chatham Island- with progress iu scientific learning era are ready for their New Year's and our swift social or eeonomle dinner, movements, and understand thmr profound implications. This fine More Successful Dances objective, which so many vaguely AMU~E~E~1~, ~0 I h~ VO~. pi~TI.)~ $140W~GOLF sense and wish for, cannot be attain- 3LU{~, W~c-~J~JIS L-eOUP--~ (Continued from first page) ed by desultory effort. That sound ,~VIIv~MIM~- {:~OLg, AUllb~,ing the community with a well-equip- old maxim, "Plan your work, then FM~OIOS~ PUgLI~LIgP-ARIE~ pod playfield, the equal of any in work your plan," is the only one PEOPLE'S EXCHANGE ~vr~,~ "rt-lAT" this part of the state. It is a laud- that applies effectively. ..................... .~A~ES LIFE ~O;::~E SaleI For Sale I[ EMJOYAGt-~~'I"4J.I "~] able ambition and one in which an Several excellent means are avail- ........ true friends of the community ca~ able whereby adults who wish to, ~FOR SALE--Alder and maple [ ~ ~(~ ~.~J greatAy clean.up sale, featuring hundreds of bargain prices responsible for the success of the young. Home-gtudy courses in a and SATURDAY, -- Due to late of space we are dances. In another column we are wide variety of instructive subjects ~-------~----------- ~ ~ ~ ' publishing an account of the pr ?:hut a few of them here.GRANULATED, . FEDERAL TALL CANS IA[~N!!'!A~RD~ 'NG : f~~l I esent may be pursued by marl under our ~ M~ml~K-=~ standin~t f the taxes and interest State University at Seattle' the three now due on the grounds. It is gra- state normal schools at Bellingham, dually being whittled down, and It lCheney and Ellensburg, and the 3"'-- "- should reaeh the vanishing point dur.IState College at Puuman. 1)escr~p- ii~ / i~~ ing 1934~ Page) ~tive announcements of these courses land I I m ,+,.,, gl , . ................. 5C . " ~may be had for a postal card request. MORE ~ YEAR /They furnish excellent means of in- llllll ~l~ ~ ~ CALLOPED ........1Oc | dependent advancement in knowledge (Continued~First thinking. For those who live in IM." g I 1~~2"'~ [ .......... Icenters of poulation where class- re._ J B0yden ,,+ ,+, them go on with a warning ,organization is possible, many ex- about s Bed "--zc- _ lc 1DirectlyEut fPlaYfiehl I ~~1 P " tension classes give added stimulus __ nes - ..+,,, + you are, Rlta. And land interest to studies. la u .ou ..r.... .,, ,o -oo0' .oer + mo.o..o.o, oo=.ooo. how my grandfather would have loved ....... Phone l**aquah 385 ......... time. and a lawyer standing ongthe [education than ever; more people of 'XYDOL +,:o 11 I stepstseewedldlt' Hap" New ' adult years are prmpted t aiscern Year. darlingI" ~" [the need, better, more varied facili- ment was the trick in it. I must look ]than ever existed I~efore. )COAl t4[ALT i F. FISHER,,., o, DIRECTOR= ,= . "Perhaps,"fright.,, she smiled, the time ele- ~Ities for adult~education are at hand "You look divine. Kiss me . . . | .~-+- a ~ ~ Our most considerate attention i, at your disposal at all times drat the lawyerl" She kissed Ms. ~ THE DUMMY! Calls answered day or night ~ | ~ -- P' kRIN, k INBULK 4 LBS. |l 5~ Phone M212 lt]lOkl[~tlM[l "t~tOll orthwest is in demand for the manu-| ~ *~t~_~ - ~m~ ~U. 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Special attention to the CAN I LB. 27e I0~ 25 care of children or elderly Week Days 7:30 P. M. -- Sundays and Holidays 6:30 and 8:30 P. M. guests. HAS THAT REAL OLD THURSDAY- FRIDAY - SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28.2~-30 MAPLE FLAVORI . . Hotel :or apartment accom- "DUCK SOUP" 12-OZ.all ~1~__ White King or Mission Bell modatiorm as desired. Daily, (The Four Marx Brothers) JUan ,L~C weekly, and NEWS --" TRAVEL -- KRAZY KAT 2BARS Coffee Shop -: :- SUNDAY, DECEHBER Sl "COLLEGE HUMOR" BEST FOODS (Muslcal Comedy with Sing Crosby, Richard Arlen, Jack Oakie) NEWS -- COMEDY MONDAY, JANUARY 1 BEST FOODS has that r~d old mapl. flavor! "THE WORKINGMAN" PINT QUART (George Arliss) JARS JARS CLASSY COMEDY -- MUSICAL -- COSTUMFS OF WORLD Comin| Soon: "ALICE IN WONDE'..ANL ;i i"~ ?:! /( . t