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I Bread ih from st qual- all the 1 sliced 3c lge 10c kg. 9c lag 55c ind 25c Ige 5c 5a:- 3c Ian 5c l‘in 5c lge So why Only .10 ramsvwimse-W «.{h , m». ,‘ is can also be} or chicken ‘— m _. plenum , CHEDULE- 3:40 p.m. (7 5:50 p.m. '7 2:15 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 8:00 p.m. r; HOLIDAY JLE L..— 5: 8: 50 p.m. 15 p.m. 1 5:15 p.m. ‘, [0:00 p.m. 3 STAGE ml: Well” 31' Shop m given lhildren’s “8' . Issaquah _> \ I . l ."'verin8’s new gymnasium a try, ‘- . meet the Indians here on Febru- ‘sfiu Slow Coming In , t. -M°ney ‘making such deductions it is im- ‘1 35110 I :21“ that contributions are still ‘ THE ISSAQUAH PRESS VOLUME 40, NUMBER 3 ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1940 Rainbow Girls Install Officers at Meeting At a regular meeting of the Rainbow Girls Monday night, in- stallation was held. Geneva Gar— ner, retiring Worthy Advisor, act- ed as installing officer, with sev- eral P.W.A. assisting her. 'Those installed were Barbara Sellers, Worthy Advisor; Ruth Swanson, Worthy Ast. Advisor; Anna Marie Jacobsen, Charity, June Day, Hope; Virl Tucker, Faith; Betty Ldu Fritzberg, Chap— lain; Lynette McDonald, Drill Leader; Marion Mitchell, Maxine Young, Faybelle Harrington, Hel- en Hailstone, Blanche Perrault, Ferne Sandberg, Gloria Strom, all color stations; Shirley Castagno, Confidential Observer; Bette Si- verson, Outer Observer; Marjorie Harris, Choir Director. Following the meeting Mrs. Day, Mother Advisor, esrved a lunch to all present. 0 Kiwanians View Pictures of State Issaquah Kiwanians were pleas- antly entertained at yesterday’s noon luncheon at the White Swan Inn with pictures exhibited by Mr. Henry J. Gille, manager of industrial and agricultural devel- Opment of the Puget Sound Pow- er & Light Company. Pictures are Gille’s hobby and he is collecting views of the state. in colored moving pictures. He has been gathering them for two years and expects to devote two years yet before completing his collection. He brought out several rolls yesterday of Washington scenes of different kinds, includ- ing mountains, streams, fishing on land and sea, fruits and flow- ers of the farms, fair and carni— Finnish Benefit Dance Planned for Sat, Feb. 3 ' There is every evidence that “1? People of this community are F°lng to do their full duty in aid- “12 Finland in the herculean task She has thrust upon her, the pres- el‘vation of her liberty as a nation Which the great power, represent- ed by the Russian Bear, is at- tempting to destroy. ,TO Swell the fund now coming throuch individual donations, a benefit dance is being arranged, t? be held in Grange Hall on the “1.31112 of Saturday, February 3. R1118 that date on your calendar. _In addition, some are contribu- tmg clothing, for all ages and b0th sexes. If you have any you can Spare, notify Mr. C. H. Kin- nune- He will take care of it and “311181 shipments will be made from Seattle. Finland has the sVirillfidlhy of the world, but sym- pathy alone will not enable her to 10118 exist as an individual coun- try- She must have physical aid. scout Court of Honor At High School Tonight .This evening the ‘Boy Scout district Court of Honor is to be had in Issaquah at the school au— "d1t°1‘ium. Remember, in the final contest judging, attendance of §dults at the meetings aie taken “no account and the boys are de- pending on you to aid them to thls extent. You will enjoy meeting with them this evening, at the High S°h001 auditorium. A short pro— gram will start at 7:30, the Court Bro . botger at 8' Be m tlme to see val parades, salmon running In ' streams, closing with Snoqu‘almie BO . . Falls and a beautiful sunset with Old Sol dropping into the ocean. He is gathering a world of won- derful views, all colored movies. Announcement was made of a Kiwanis silver jubilee meeting in Tacoma next Wednesday, 24th. A delegation will go from Issa- quah for an interclub meet, leav— ing here at 4:45. All Kiwanians are invited. Van Brand ldecame a member of the club and was welcomed in by past Lieutenant Governor A. L. Wold. Members were reminded of the program and dance at Grange iHa'll Selturday evlening for the football boys. ’ NEW ASSISTANT AGENT MiSS Grace Engelsen, for the p31“ three years employed as As- lnstant Agent in Home Economics m King Cou'nty, is to go to Clark 9°unty in the same position efl’ecl- five January 22nd. Miss Helen M. teiner, aSSistant agent in Benton Comm is being transferred to King County to succeed Miss Eng— elien. Basketball Cam Tomorrow Night Once again the Kirkland Kang- aF°°S will meet the Issaquah In- Shans 0n the basketball floor, com- .mg here to la on Friday the not}, p y - ’ The Kirkland team has so far ad a fairly good season, winning “fer Issaquah, Lakeside, losing to ODFE, winning from Bellevue. hlle the Indians were losing to -—————-0 NEW STAGE SCHEDULE Remember the new schedule go ing into effect on the North Bend Stage line next, Thursday, Janu- before the schedule is shown in The Press, the changes Thursday will be the morning stage, leav- ing at 8 o’clock instead of -7:25, .Rellevue, Kirkland was also los- the other faur trips the same as “18 to Redmond, While not hav- at present. The present schedule ing the skill of the Foster team, is effective up to Thursday morn- they play good basketball, and this ing next. should be a very exciting contest. Although the Indians have lost ‘0 Kirkland, Bothell, Foster, Red- m°nd. and Bellevue, they are a leam that is always in there pitch- mg: and will have the advantage mg ' 0f their own floor. The game will trip to Ammna' begin at 7:30, “with the second ‘ team game being played first. ; Last Tuesday night the Indians went to Bellevue to give the W01- 0 \Leave for Month’s Vacation Mr. and Mrs. J.‘ J. Lewi5, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Bookter and daughter of Snoqualmie are leav- today for a month’s vacation l"mi were defeated 33 to 24. In first half they looked like a '3°°d team and were able to hold a 131-9 lead at the half. In’the sec- ond half, the game developed into "‘03‘9 or less a wholesale scramble It is estimated that Washing- ton has? within its boundarles approximately 95 per cent of the potential oyster lands of the Pacific Coast. This state has supplied the. Pacific Coast with oysters since‘ 1850. During re- cent years much experimenta- tion by the State Departemnt of Fisheries and the University of Washington has not only greatly increased the «produc- tion of the state through de-. vising' new planting methods, but has r e c .e 11 t1 y deVeloped areas where the Pacific oyster spawns naturally and produces very high quality‘ oysters of large. size. The Olympic oyster is a native to Puget Sound wa- ‘W 16th. 0 Christmas Seal Returns 8 spent for Christmas £9518 may be deducted in figuring ,lederal income tax returns.‘ In ‘ffil‘tant to specify on the report 9 Organization to whom the “we? went and for what pur- .p0!e.r ,r 1 “The An i-Tuberculosis League ,‘t Kin: ‘ounty is still short of “lining its $31,000 goal. All M who have not bought the m‘e‘l‘fi are reminded by League of- 1“! received at headquarters, 106 Arcade Building. for many years- ary 25. For thdse using the line- ters and Has been harvested. Banderet Dairy l-lerd Tops InAssociation Mr. J. H. .Banderet, Issaquah rfd, with dairy farm in Lower May Creek, has just_received a report of his herd for December, issued by the Dairy Herd Improve *ment Association. His thirty cows tested led the entire list in milk and butter fat production. Their milk produc- tion averaged 1,155 pounds, but- ter fat 44.3 pounds. Nine cows had produced over 40 and ten over 50 pounds butter fat. Of twenty-six member herds the average milk production was 693 pounds, and 29.6 po'unds but- ter fat. The showing of Mr. Band- eret’s herd is’ therefore outstand- ing and an evidence of the grade of cattle kept in this neighbor- hood. —-—---———-0 Auxiliary Members Visit Other District Posts Members of Albert Larson Aux- iliary have visited other Auxiliar- ies in the 11th district the past week. Last Thursday Mesdames Helen Falkenstein, xTom Brinkley, C. D. Sellers and J. H. Schomber visited Bellevue when the Depart- ment President made her visit there. Mrs. Brinkley and Mrs. Schom» ber also attended the official visit at Enumclaw, Mrs. Brinkley, In- specting the books of each Auxil- lary. o COMPLETES STUDIES FOR BACHELOR OF ARTS. DEGREE Frank W. Walen of Issaquah, student at the University of Washington, has satisfactorily completed studies for a degree and graduation, the registrar’s office announced today. Approval of Walen’s work, completed in December at the end of the fall quarter, gives him a bachelor of arts degree from the ,College of Arts and Sciences. __-__.———o—————_———— DAUGHTER’S BIRTHDAY HONORED WITH PARTY Mrs. Hans Forster entertained Monday night with a 'dinner [,in twelfth birthday. The ‘evening was spent playing, games and the showing of motion pictures. Those present, were Maxine Thompson, Shirley Peterson, Joan Forster, an the honor guest Bet-, ty Rae. Win10ck Pickering, Ray- mond King, Donald Nelson and Edwin Lewis. , l , _..__.——————o . LADIES AID SILVER TE Issaquah Ladies Aid silver tea will beheld at the home of Mrs. afternoon“, January 24, at 2 o’clock. All interested are invited to attend. ‘ _________._._o——‘-————-—-—-- Camp ,Firo Girls Enjoy Hike The Otakywa group of Camp Fire Girls enjoyed a hike to the playing games. They aré, planning a skating‘party for Tuesday eve. ,. ACCESSIBLE BEAUTY Photo: Washmgton State Progress Commlsslon and Washington espaper Publishers Associatlon Washington State’s fine highways make its scenic beauty accessible everywhere. This scene is typical, showing Mt. St. Helens from Spirit Lake Highway near the Toutlc River in Southwest Washington. honor of her daughter Betty Rae’s . Edwin Lewis, v Dickie R. J. Schneider next ‘Wednesday - Sportsman’s cabin on Saturday where they spent the ateruoon In- The “Passion Play” ls Wonderful Productidn Those from Issaquah who haye attended the Passion Play in Se- attle are unqualifiedly recom— mending it to all who have any respect for Biblical history; and who has not. ,Scenes of this tragedy of the ages, the most momentous decis— ion the world has ever known, are followed faithfully through the Lord’s supper, His last hours on earth, His betrayal, the crucifix- ion and resurrection. It remains at The Moore, matinee and eve- ning, through this week. 0 Wild Life Pictures at Church Dinner Program About‘fifty people enjoyed the church program and dinner at Community Church Tuesday eve— ning. The principal entertainment was an exhibition by the' State Game Department of pictures of wild life in the, state, including scenes of fish, wild animals and feathered beauties native in this state. Musical numbers were banjo selections by Chas. Bakovich and accordian numbers by one of his pupils. ‘ .—_—A——————O___———— TWO ISSAQUAHNS ENJOYING WINTER WAY DOWN SOUTH From two wandering Issa- quahns away down south, comes this bit of news, under date line of Key West, Florida, January 8% Dad and I are about as far from home asiwe can get, and surely enjoying the trip. It is beautiful down the Florida coast and the Keys. Dad is feeling fine and is gaining Weight. Sincerely, -, John Goode and'Bea Lasson. _________._o__.._————-‘—— MRS. NELSON ENTERTAINS FOR SON’S BIRTHDAY .Mrs. John Nelson entertained a group of youngsters at her home Thursday in honor of Donnie's twelfth birthday! After many en- joyable games, delicious refresh— ments were served. Those present were Shirley Pe- terson, Joan Forst’du', Betty- Ra-c Forster and Donna Lee Hines, and Swanson, Raymond King, Herbie Holder and the honor guest. ‘ ——————-——-—o ORTHOPEDIC MEETING Issaquah Orthopedic Auxiliary will meet tomorrow, Friday after- , noon, at 2 o’clock at the home of Mrs. Allan Peterson. All “interest- ed are urged to attend. -—-———-———o . . ‘I To VISIT CHAPTER Jessie Bolton Hedges, Worthy Grand Matron, O.E.S., will make her official visit to Century Chap- ter Wednesday. evening, ,January‘ — 24. All members are urged to at- tend and all Eastern Stars invited I -—-—-————-—-o Recovering Nicely Mrs. Walt Ek, suffering‘with a severe case of flu, was in Provi- dence Hospital Thu sday to Sun~ day. She is recover ng‘ nicely. Committees Named at Garden Club Meeting A representative crowd enjoy- ed the first 1940 meeting of the Issaquah Garden Club at Com— munity Church yesterday after- noon. Principal business centered around naming of committees to act during the year, with the fol- lowing being inducted: Sales and Exchange: Mrs. J. Hailstone, Mrs. H. Garbe, Mrs. A. Hailstone, Mrs. C. J. Boyden. Civic Committee: Mae Williams, Mrs. C. S. Beers, Mrs. M. John- son. Show Committee: Mrs. Garbe, Mrs. A. McLean, Mrs. C. W. Pe- ters, Mrs. J. J. Lewis, Mrs. Boy— den, Mrs. Beers, Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Garbe was elected Secre- tary-treasurer for the club. Light refreshments were served during the afternoon with Mrs. Beers and Mrs. Johnson acting as hostesses. Footballo Dance Saturday Night Remember the entertainment and dance at Grange Hall this coming Saturday night, January 20, complimentary to the football players and their ladies. Bobbie Morris, now famous football and basketball referee, will be the speaker of the eve- ning. Bobbie’s reputation reaches over several states and his talk will be interesting, as well as in— formative. i The dinner, a full course turkey dinner prepared by the ladies of the Grange, will be a real feast. This will be followed by the pro~ gram, then the dancing. The affair is being sponsored by the Kiwanis Club but all friends of the boys are invited, and this just about includes everyone in Issaquah. The dinner Will be one dollar per plate, which includes the‘program and dance. Come out and show your sup- port of the team) _______.._.o.___——————- THREE VISIT DETROIT; DRIVE THREE CARS HOME Wednesday of last week Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Sutter and Mrs. Agnes Maroni returned from a ten—day auto trip to Detroit, hav- ing left here January 1. In Detroit they enjoyed a trip ‘through the Dodge factory and brought two new cars home with them, this being the principal mo- tive of the trip. They encountered some real winter weather through the mid—west states, where they found the thermometer as much as fifteen below zero. o.___—————— WASHINGTON WILL PLAY - OREGON THIS WEEKEND University of Oregonlbask‘etball team, defending champions of the Pacific Coast Conference, face a crucial two game Series in meet- ing the University of Washington at Seattle Friday and Saturday nights, January 19 and 20. . Although the Orgonians started the season in a slightly’more im- pressive manner than did ‘the Huskies, the games this week-end should prove thrillers. _ Describing the play-by-‘play ac- tion both nights will be Associated sportscaster Leo Lassen, with the games to be aired over Station KRSC, Seattle, starting at 8 p.m. ‘ Jack Voelkner is another of the' three brothers who have played basketball at the Univer- sity of Washington. He’s back‘ for his Second year of varsity competition, playing at either guard or center. Stands six feet four inches in height. " \ ball team Recreational League, and if the results of their first two games are any criterion, they will do all right for themselves during the season. Issaquah Enters Basketball Team In County Group Issaquah has entered a basket- in the King County Monday night they succeeded in subduaing a stubborn Kirk- land team on the Redmond floor by a. 45-49 score, but only after playing five overtime periods-— which leads one to believe that when the local their minds to win, they keep th0se minds 0n the work at hand. lads make up Players participating, and their scores, were Louie Monti 23, Ed Harris 10, Joe Hircko 6, Elly Croston 3, Mimpy Hume 5, Elly Walker 2. The team defeated. Redmond 50-27 in a practice game Friday night by scoring like this: Monti 24, Harris 14, Hircko 4, Croston 5, Hume 3. The above scores seem to indicate that Louie Mon— ti might be sent in to play some of the second-division teams and win single-handed. Issaquah plays a practice game with the Mantle Club in Seattle (tomorrow night, and will meet Lake City in a scheduled, game at Redmond next Monday. The team is handicapped in not hav- ing a home floor but Manager George Reini reports that with roller skating at the Playfield gym‘ and the high school floor being under full schedule for the season, Redmond hall must be used for all Issaquah home games. The six players named above have been carrying most of the assignments thus far, but addi- tional talent is expected to re- port soon for regular- play, those from here to include Tony Walen and Jack. Haggart. Teams comprising 'the league represent Issaquah, Lake City. Kirkland, Juanita, Lake Forest Park and Redmond. The league is sponsored by the WPA. ——————-——0 Redmond Lodge Installs Officers, A libral representation of four different lodges accounted for an attendance at Odd Fellows Hall Friday evening which crowded the rooms to comfortable capaCI. ty. The‘ occasion for the meeting was the installation of officers for the local Rebekah and Odd Fel- low lodges by the Rebekah and Odd Fellow lodges of Redmond. Rebekah officers installed were: Noble Grand, Loretta Lewrs; Vice Grand, Doro. Lyne; Record- ing Sec., Ethel Layne; Financial Sec., Avis Yourglich; Treasurer, Naomi Cussac; Past N.G., Mildred Paulsen; Chaplain, Velma Chevax lier; Warden, Ann Thompson. Conductor, Marion Eastlick; R.S.N.G., Lulu Smart; L.S.N.G., Lena Schneider; R.S.V.G., Emily Clark; L.S.V.G., Anna Johnson; Inside Guardian, Joan Boni; Out- side Guardian, Mary Sellers; Mu- sician, Ruby Lindman; Dist. Dep- uty Pres, Ma'bel Miles. Odd Fellow officers are: Noble Grand, 'Walter Layne; Vice Grand, Arthur Carlson; Re- cording Sec., Harold Lyne; Fi- nancial Sec., Wm. Flintoft; Treasn ‘ urer, E. J. Anderson; Past Grand Cliff Porter; Chaplain, W. E. Gib. son. Warden, Harvey Yage‘r; Con« ductor, M. A. Boyden; R.S.N.G., E. A. Livingston; L.S.N.G., E.'J. Lindman; R.S;V.G., Wayne East- lick; L.S.V.G., Gust Soderstrom; I.G., Fred Cussac; O.G., Frank Johnosn. ' Following the installation lunch was served to about ninety. Thursday of this Week, tonight, January 18, Gilman lodges will re- turn the compliment, installing the Redmond lodges, _.—_———-—---—O ATTEND JOINT MEETING Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. L R. Hepler, Miss Meta Mitchell, Mrs. ,Maxine Maulsby and Mrs. Oscar‘Fritzberg attend- ed a joint meetingof Union and Palm chapters at Fall City when the Worthy Grand Matron made (her official visit,“ '