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May Valley. Maple Hills Briarwood Roxaine Reynolds (255-5849) Liberty boosters working on projects, Liberty High School special week-long services, through sales at the'r football cosseTs Club members are orking to fund and con- ruct several projects at the ',heel. They plan to erect a fader board on S.E. 128th I.. to advertise school ac- Ivlties, surface the patio area tside the home and family i'ing classroom, buy a locking chute for the foot- r team plus equipment and for the football team, team and track They also plan to provide a shed for P.E. equip- They try to give assis- to individual clubs, and the ASB if possi- They welcome assis- materials, and ideas. this year are Reeves and Harold May Valley Alliance members are com- annual y Conference. will be from January through February 6. Mis- will Assigned missionary person- nel are Craig Bundy from Ar- gentina; George Wood from Thailand; Linda Pace from Columbia; and Andy Bishop from Lebanon. The Washington State Pa- trol recently presented an as- sembly for Liberty High School students regarding teen-age drinking and driv- ing. One of their suggestions was that parents form a "Care Cab" group that stu- dents could call for help if a student driver had been drinking. Adults may enroll in an aerobic dance class at Apollo Elementary School on Tues- days and Thursdays at 4:15 to 5:15 p.m. The classes started January 11 and will continue until March 10. In- structor is Kathy Early. The class will be limited to 40. Coalfield Five-Star Athle- tic Club disclosed that more conduct the ..---than $2700 was earned & fire concession stand and their candy sale. The profits will be used by the club to pur- chase needed supplies for their youth athletic program and to help keep young players registration fees as low as possible. Thanks were also extended to the Emergency Medical Technicians from King County Fire District 25 for "standing by" at games played at the home field. home police are investi- ng a burglary at the home ohn and Joan Blincoe of Sycamore Drive. On 6 the house was between noon and and various pieces old jewelry were taken. to Joan, the were careful not to Sturb anything in the bedroom, where the olen. John JL cam.e,home early ,and noticed back door open. Police notified immediately. Stolen SOmeone snatched a tool box from the of a Ford pick-up truck 9 while the car was at Fasano's parking lot. The owner, Lee Ann Bromley, reported $50 worth of tools missing. Police are investigating. Gas guzzler A woman driving a dark blue Chevy pick-up truck filled her tank at the Chevron Station on Gilman Boulevard and then took off down the street without paying. Owner Doug Kerney called police immediately but she had already gotten too far with her $14.88 worth of gas. Boots were .... " made for walking Police arrested Connie Markee of 420 S.E. Andrews Street on January '8 for allegedly walking out of Brandt's Western Shop with boots worth $137. She was stopped as she left the store. 'Ain't no flafland ear." Serving the Cascades community )m BeUevue to Ellensburg. Freeway .v.int T, ke the 124th Street exit l Highway 520 in Bellevue. 13817 Northup Way N.E., Bellevue, 643-4544 PTSA sponsors workshop The Washington State PTSA will sponsor a work- shop on Saturday, January 22, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Community Baptist Church in Issaquah. The workshop will offer several classes, including an all-day class on "Laws and the Non- profit Organization," de- signed for all who work in any volunteer association. Other classes will last two hours each and include "Ef- fective Meetings" by Margaret Harto, Service Area Six Vice President, "Newsletter" by Liana Nakamura, PTSA newsletter editor, "Awards and Recog- nition" by Mary Ann Lara- more, Westside Vice Presi- dent, and "Committees" with Ann Olson, Service Area Four Vice President. The afternoon will also in- elude a sharing time with PTSA council presidents. The workshop is hosted by Issaquah Council PTSA and is open to all PTA/PTSA members. Those interested in attending, should contact lo- cal school PTA/PTSA presi- dents for more information and registration, or contact Issaquah Council President Gayle Morgan at 747-7278. Registration deadline is January 17. The Community Baptist Church Women's Fellowship will provide lunch. Retirement talk Pacific First Federal Sav- ings and Loan will host a free retirement account seminar Tuesday, January 18 from 1 to 2 p.m. at the bank, 1195 Gilman Blvd. For more information, call 392-5000. KATHY'S STORY: Diet Center changed my life! LET DIET CENTER CHANGE YOUR LIFE TOOt BEFORE AFTER I went from being 70 pounds overweight and no energy-- To feeling great and having so much energy that everyday I'm thankful for Diet Center. That's me in the pictures above, can you believe it? If not, please come by to see me at the Issaquah Diet Center, and I'il tell you how l've kept my 70 Ibs. OFF for over 2 years. I will help you win at the losing game! Kathy Ebsary 1982 Diet Center, Inc. 1105 12th N.W., Issaquah 392-9559 NOW OVER 1,650 LOCATIONS U.S. CANADA! Call today for a free introductory consultation! FOCUS ON MARRIAGE AND FAMILY e SUNDAY WORD MINISTRY By Pastor Jack --"Sub- miLLing Husbands," "Family Harmony," "Why Marriages Fail," "Hope for The Separated" (During January) e MARRIAGE GROWTH RETREAT .- For couples who want to grow in marriage. Jan. 21, 22, 23. Call for infor- mation. * TEACHING TIME FOR MEN -- Sat. Jan. 15, 9-10 a.m. with Pastor Jack -- "Living With Your Wife In An Under- standing Way". (Also, men's teachings every 3rd Sat ... And every Sat. men's prayer at 7:30 a.m.) e COUNSELING ALWAYS AVAILABLE- Personal, Marriage and Family Counseling through Neighbors Who Care. Call for Information. 00Th, cN,00/go00bd G/..,d. gdlmm, 1121H 40th gellllgNdd lut tmmquedVPlatnu O,O a.m. Communion Sir. Pastor Jack V, gwmll LBI Providenoe Hghts 8:15, 9:45 Worship 11:15 & 6:00 p.m. Worship 747-3445 9:0o. lun BIb Ed. 10.00 am Worship The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, January 12, 1983 - Page 7 It's been said that money has wings. Funny thing . . . all I ever see is the tailfeathers. Smart shoppers see more of their money at Mark-It Foods. Pick up your copy "NEW" WEEKLY HOT SHEET right inside the door. 625 N.W. Gilman Blvd., Issaquah - Hi-L0 Shopping Center '""''"" Jan. 12 through Jan. 18,1983 GROUND 1 BEEF ,, 97* BEEF STEAK PORK SHOULDER BUTT ROAST BONELESS $138 LB. I HOT DOGS TOP ARMOURS SIRLOIN REGULAR OR USDA BEEF, 1 LB. CHOICE LB. BOLOGNA TURKEY ROASTS JENNIE-O HYGRADE LITE AND2 LB.DARK $ 248 12-BZ. EA. " ..... CHIPPED SLICED BACON ?133 or SAMI EA. $1 12 MEATS ARMOURS COUNTRY 1LB. EA..11 ? " CUPBOARD =1, 2-OZ. EA 0/" SHA'RE IN A LITTLE WORK... AND LO SAVI I GRAPEFRUIT TE00S 97 PINK 5 LB. BAG GREEN CABBAGE AVOCAOOS CALIFORNIA GROWN 5/95 WESTERN FAMILY PEELED TOMATOES 46 WHOLE, IBZ .................... WESTERN FAMILY TOMATO CATSUP 32-BZ ......................... 98 ORANGES ,0,,, 97 MANDARIN 3 LB. BAG -: TIDE POWDERED DETERGENT $598 $1.00 OFF, 171-0Z ................ ,NUCOA MARGARINE 54 1 LB .......................... WESTERN FAMILY 3 SIEVE PEAS 44 17-0Z ......................... MRS. SMITH'S APPLE, DUTCH APPLE PIE 8", 26-0Z ..................... A.G. RUBBING ALCOHOL 70% 16-0Z ......................... 20-10 WINDSHIELD *139 59 GREEN BEANS 30 CLEANER $199 CUT, SLICED, 18-0Z ................ WINTER FORMULA, 32-0Z ........... CHUNK LITE TUNA CHICKEN OF THE SEA WATER OR OIL, 6.5-0Z ............... WILD BIRD SEED 10 LB ........................ $179 LOOK FOR THE GREEN TAGS... THEY MEAN REDUCED PRICES You'll find over 500 Green Tag specials throughout our store. Each one indicates a temporary price reduction. Look for the green tags and you'll save money on every item. 68 :, ESTERN FAMILY : APPLE JUICE 56 ! __  64-0Z ........................ WESTERN FAMILY 59* PINEAPPLE IN JUICE, SLICEO, CRUSHED, CHUNK, 20-OZ. WESTERN FAMILY ffLzENI] APPLE SAUCE 42 WESTERN FAMILY IBANQUET _ STEWED TOMATOES _[DINNERS 16-OZ ....................... tidli=, I 11-12-0Z., MEX., CHIC., TURK., SALIS ...... WESTERN FAMILY 34 ,.0 44 TOMATO SAUCE SOUl] DRESSING 15-OZ ......................... 160Z ......................... WESTERN F MINUTE MAll] m TOMATO PASTE ?n  ORANGE JUICE Og 6-OZ ............  12-0Z ......................... I, JlU