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Y, JAN. 18, 19; TIMEle Engebretsen 3w ‘Mike’ . . :lass of ‘39 left . . gift, a new mi, rill be used for 1 the Kirkland-I re Friday eve ' broadcasting so many occa nefiting from , irely appreciat ' “i i 'Iuckleherry . . i . a member of '1 taking the part 1‘ inn in the fam y F. Lewis. T Lde because Ed: diner “Huck,” M T i White . . . Eirls, at a. grog y, unanimously formals for th ume. T T ‘ nd Tomorrow . -’ ester examinatio today and tom0 : cards, which ' week, will mir . these tests. 1‘ T Ith Box . . . ' Friday, the Gi 1th box, into whi. suggestions 8 will help to it is appearance a r T T lssaquah Hi extend our gra :iation to Mrs. *7 for participati )hristmas Conce T T [ton . . . 7’ representative gh School for t: 1 Pilgrimage . 3.” contest, whi the Daughters I‘ Revolution, to 1 yesterday he pilgrim for t, gton. T T C u . .sketball turnou itramural spor are enthusiast The first fe used for practi. are able to p1 ; minute quarte NLYUSEI) l EXCEPT WSPAI’ER‘ I) As A TY ASSET [uah [ht miness Hauling , Day BATTLE and ‘ ah, High Point, . m, Elliott, and . I all way-places ,3 Depot if Dearborn St. )ad Way — :00 p. m. only lh 6:00 a.m. T, THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1940 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON R no YOU mow wmr These Prices Effective Friday; S DO ‘IOU HHow THERE‘S A FOOD STORE IN THIS _ TOWN THAT GIVES PERFECT Q SERVICE; THAT HAS THE FINEST QUALITY FOODS; TH AT you CAN COUNT ON , fOR coco VALUES? you CAN BE SURE THAT CORNER MARKER WILL GIVE YOU YOUR MON E‘IS WORTH.’ IT Is THE DEPENDA’BLE FOOD aturday and Monday, January 19, 20 & 22 OUSEHOLD FAVORITES i , LUX 't Rinso £654117%gior39giixli57 ____ 7.19 ______ .11 .LUX Phi??? _______ .17 Lifebuoy 3 for 17 SPRY an an ALL-VEGETABLE 53c 21¢ SHORTENING CRACKERS ' O i Q “£5535? ____________________ .19 MAXWELL HOUSE hf}? VVVVVVVVVV -266 4-Ib . ____________ .9 9c “GOOD TO THE LAST DROP” A Special New Treat for Breakfast! NO OTHER CORN CEREAL LIKE IT ANYWHERE! New Looks—New Taste— New ’Crispness— New Nourishment PKGS. 0 COFFEE e BISQUIC Failure-proof Recipes On Package GRAHAMS 2 lbs ....................... RIPPLED WHEAT Package ................... for Better. Lge. Size Waffles and Pancakes 29c All Flavors— JELL—o Campbell’s Tomato— SOUP Seedless— RAISINS Fresh 2 Tbs Rhubarb 25 Fresh '3 tbs Parsnips lo Snow-white Each Cauliflower . 10 pkg. 0 5 3 25 41b. pkg..25 Each SUNSHINE Solid Heads Lettuce 05 Large Bunches Each Carrots o4 Winesap Lug Apples 37 um,T WHITE STAR— the Finest 11 mm 3 ~21 7-01. Can 17 3 35 -oz. can FREE DELIVERY l MINE HILL B ' i sgliiecial Correspondent f Ml" and Mrs. J. Earlywine and amlly of Kirkland were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Garner l"Ome. Mrs. John McPherson and Mrs. “"65 Yates went to Seattle Mon- :fy t0 visit Mr. McPherson who IS x—o G The Misses Vivian Benson and vl‘fd'ys Miles spent the week-end tésltmg their parents, returning Bellingham Sunday night.« ' l Mrs. Ben Harris entertained m“fibers of the Odao Club Tues- 33’ afternoon with luncheon and 0Birds. COALFIELD P.-T.A. DANCE A dance will be given Saturday evening, January 20, at Renton Hill Grange Hall, under the aus- pices of the Coalfield P.—T.A., pro- ceeds to go to the hot lunch fund. 0 Enjoying Short Trip Mrs. Henry Kinnune and her father, F. R. Heric, are enjoying a short trip. After visiting in Kelsey, Alta. B.C., they have gone to Reno, Nevada, and will stop at Salt Lake City and other points. Miss Bea Neukirchen entertain- ed the Bachelor Girls Tuesday evening at her home. ‘ I- I: t Mother and Dad Boyden at—n tended the initial performance 01 the Passion Play Sunday evening. spending the night in Seattle. .. Iv!- HIRCKO 5v WHLEN ' CPHONE 72 POST QFFICE PRESTON B Special Correspondent Monthly Business Meeting Preston Community Club held its monthly business meeting at the school house last Wednesday evening with a large attendance The new constitution and by-laws were read and voted on, and sev— eral other important business mat- ters discussed. A definite date for the opening of the new hall has not been set, but it is hoped that it' will be completed at the end of January. fter the meeting a so- cial hour was enjoyed, the host- esses being Mrs. John Skoglund, Mrs. Art Pendell and Elsie Ny- gren. — Entertained Thursday 'Nighters Mrs. W. G. Edwins entertained members of the Thursday Nighters club at her home last Thursday. As their working project for the present, this club, together With the Craft club, are arranging to' furnish drapes for the windows of the new Community Hall. SQUAK VALLEY By Special Correspondent Mrs. J. H. Tyree visited in Se- attle Friday until Sunday with a sister, Mrs. Grace Beall. She at- tended Bethel Temple church on Sunday and saw the broadcast of the service. Mr. and Mrs. W; H. Shain were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Bailey at a bridge party in Seattle Friday night. Miss Abbie Paterson and Guy Sanders of Sumner visited rela- tives here Sunday night. Mrs. Pete Donlan of Seattle vis- ited ’her father, Martin Hynes, Monday till Wednesday this week. Mrs. Ed Tierney, also a daughter from Seattle, visited him Tuesday. Mrs. Magda Erickson and son Eric visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed 01- son in North Bend Sunday eve. Reier Erickson of the West Side called at Udds’place Saturday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Favini and Jackie attended the basketball game at Bellevue. Mr. and Mrs. Erland Pearson and Harold Pearson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marinokos in Kanaskat. Mrs. Jack Hynes was a Seattle visitor Tuesday. Floyd Erickson, accompanied by Roy Hume, attended the Eagle’s district meeting in Seattle Sunday Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Dicer of Seattle visited Mrs. Prospek on Monday. Mrs. Charles. Maroni arrived Wednesday from Detroit, accom- panied by Phyllis Blakey of Fargo North Dakota, who will make her home with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hume. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Erickson and son were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Harris in Se- attle, Saturday. Mr.’ and Mrs. Gordon Crosby have moved from the Hart house to the Marquis home on Hill street. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson were in Seattle on business Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shain en- tertained with dinner Saturday night for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Car- son of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Maroni, son Paul and Bill Day motored to Centralia Sunday to visit Mrs. Ma’ roni’is' aunt, Mrs. George Fora. As they were about to have din- ner, Mrs. Ford received a phone call informing her of her daugh- ter’s death in a traflic accident. Mrs. Maroni and Mrs. McDiarmid drove down again Tuesday and Mrs. McDiarmid will remain with her aunt until after the funeral Friday. 0 Fruit and Vegetable Schools Next Week-End County Agent A. E. Lovett has made arrangements for two fruit- and vegetable growers’ meetings. One meeting has been arranged at the Kent City Hall on January I 26th and one at the Bellevue Com munity Hall on January 27th. Opportunity will be given for answering.all questions and the program is tentatively outlined as follows: , 10:00 Practices Proven Wo,rth While, 1939 Results and Plans for 1940—A. E. Lovett. 10:20, Recent Developments in Small Fruit Va- rieties—Dr. John C. Snyder. 10:- 50, Fertilization of Some Fruits, Including Green Manure Crops and Rotation Programs—Leonard Hegnauer. 1 1 : 2 0, Strawberry Root Weevil and the Cherry'Fruit Worm—7L. G. Smith. Afternoonsessions will be deo voted to questions on fertilization of truck crops, spraying and dust- ing equipment, pruning fruit and nut trees, round table discussions and field pruning demonstrations. Both fruit and vegetable growers will find these meetings of bene- fit. . 0 New ‘Rubber' A new rubber-like material, pos- sessing many of the properties of natural rubber, is not' attacked by oils and grease nor affected by Visits Grandparents Little Miss Joan Hillery was the overnight guest of her grand- parents, Dr. and Mrs. O. E. Hill- ery of Hunts Point, Saturday. Move to New House Mr. and Mrs. Robert Evans have moved into the house recent- ly vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Coryell. Back at Blacksmith Shop C. S. Alvord is now back at work in the shop after being laid up over a week with an infected hand. Mrs. Thos. H. Gibson has been detained home with illness the past week but is reported about ready to take her place in the Style Shop again. it I! I! Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Stephenson and Jimmie drove to Olympia Sunday where they spent the day with the former’s mother. # t t Miss Irene Mercer is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Mercer, in Montesano this week. as s * David Evans has been confined to his home this week with an in- fected leg. * >l‘ * Mrs. C. W. Peters left yester- day afternoon to spend two weeks with her daughter, Helen, in San Diego. MOTHER can KRIGHI “ ‘ PAGE THREE The lssaquah Theatre ADULTS 27c — HIGH SCHOOL 16c — GRADE SCHOOL 10c Shows start 6:30 and 8:30 pan... Sundays, Wednesdays, July 4th, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day. Shows start other days at 7:30. Dark on Tuesday‘s. III-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 “NEWS IS MADE AT NIGHT” (Preston Foster and Lynn Bari) NEWS -——— SANDHOGS THREE BEARS -— LEW LEHR llIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JANUARY 19-20 “THE COVERED TRAILER” (The Higgins Fami y) “FLIGHT AT MID GHT” (Phil Regan, Jean Parker, Robt.\Armstrong) IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIII SUNDAY and MONDAY, JANUARY 21-22 “HONEYMOON IN BALI” (Madeline Carroll and Fred MacMurray) NEWS — MARCH OF TIME IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII WEDNESDA‘Y and THURSDAY, JANUARY 24-25 “BLONDIE TAKES A VACATION” (Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake) BOOK OF BOOK — NEWS — BUILDING OF BOYS Visit Home Chapter Mr. and Mrs. William Evans and Meta Mitchell visited Home chapter at Georgetown, Tuesday evening. Mrs. A. Wilson is spending a few weeks at Port Blakeley where here daughter-in—law, Mrs. Russell Wilson, is recovering from a re- cent operation. ‘ II It ‘C Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allyn of Seattle werev dinner guests last night at the C. J. Boyden home. II II! * Rev. J. S. Umberger is serving on the grand jury this week, com- muting via auto stage. I II I! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Benson and family attended a wedding in Se- attle last Saturday night. # * * Miss June Rounds is going about on crutches as the result of an accident to her left foot. “It Pays to Look Well” Paul’s Barber Shop Special attention given Ladies’ and Children’s haircutting __0_ Sunset Highway, lssaquah M _. ‘3. T i I I r l- i 1e 4 J I Mr. and \Mrs_ Fred Lind and many acids. and alkalis. Process ' a family of assassin: «j R visitors at the G. Soderman home. grees F-éhrenheit. M place of tang MrS- Oscar Touey afcomp'amed oil, the patent states that soya‘bean . them home for a Week 5 “Slt- oil and other vegetable oils may be . 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