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Issaquah Alps hikes January 14, 9:30 a.m., Cougar Loop, Class 3-B, Leader: Betty Culbert 641-6451. From Red Town to Far Country Lookout is the start of another loop on Cougar. After hopefully viewing Mt. Rainier, drop down along the Shy Bear Trail, past Muldoon Cave hole, back toward coal country and the ghost company coal town. January 15, 12:30 p.m., Preston to Issaquah via the powerline, Class 2 plus A, Leader: Bill Longwell 255-1295. Hike the ups and downs along the lower slopes of Tiger, through meadows and by some old farms, past Lake Tradi- tion, ending at Sunset (Street) in lssaquah. Requires a car switch. January 16, 8:30 a.m., Rattlesnake, Class 3-C, Leader: Larry Hall 325-9034. The ledge is the most spectacular of the mountain with a cliff so tall and steep it would give a moun- tain goat vertigo. The trail is safe and short, though very steep. Views of North Bend plain, the fault scarp of Mt. Si, a lake and several river valleys. January 17, 9:30 a.m., Grand Canyon of 15 Mile Creek/Hobart RR .Grade, Class 3-C, Leader: Laurene McLane 392-0204. Hike the Grand Canyon, ascend the mid- dle Tiger RR grade side tracking to 15 mile Creek, pass the site of the famous Horseshoe Trestle, looping back via either the railroad grade or the Tiger Mt. Tr. Elks' hoop shoot this weekend All Star 'lie Henrlch, 14, was one of six players selected to the f the Burnaby Bantam A International Tour- December 27-30 In Burnaby, B.C. HIs Bantam from the Seattle Chiefs Hockey Club competed fifteen other teams from the U.S. and Canada during tournament and finished as runners-up in the B Divl- Henrich is a student at Pine Lake Junior High. homes discussed The Washington Energy able to use the roof as part of (tension Service will hold a the yard. on"earth-sheitered There are many special usirg,,, on ,,Thursday, considerations involved in an 13 at Issaquah Com- earth sheltered house that Hall from 7 to 8:30 would not apply to standard homes. The house must be strong enough to support the st people think of hdditional weight of the their homes on the earth. It must be thoroughly but a surprising waterproofed and well drain- of families are think- ed to prevent leaks. Proper of putting theirs lighting and ventilation must Some reasons be designed to meet building this include reduced codes. tting costs, greater For more information on less building the class, call the Extension reduced noise Service at Seattle University the outside, and being at 626-6225, The Issaquah Elks Lodge will host local competition for the l lth annual Elks Hoop Shoot, the national free throw shooting contest for youngsters age eight through 13. It will be held at lssaquah Valley Elementary School on Saturday, January 15at 10 a.m. Almost three million youngsters from throughout the country entered last year's competition for boys and girls in age categories 8- 9; 10-11; and 12-13. Each contestant has 25 shots at the hoop. The boy and girl in each age group with the best scores advance through four tiers of competition to quali- fy for the national finals at Indianapolis, Indiana. Local winners will compete against other contestants in the Metro District event at Seattle on January 29. Names of the national win- ners will be inqribed on the Elks National "Hoop Shoot" plaque on permanent display in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. All interested contestants must bring proof of age as of April 1, 1983. This will allow proper placement in one of the three age groups. Last year, of the six na- tional winners, four were from Washington. Come out, join the fun and maybe you can go to Indianapolis. Signups begin at 9:30 a.m. WINTER SALE FOR THE HOME _ custom-bi!t.. Levolor Mm Blinds 30% off -% Woven Woods 30% off - : Wood Blinds 25% off Verosol Bhnds 25% off ---=" Custom.bdt sale ends Feb. 21, 1983, Louver Draperies 20% off Ameritone Paint s...,,o $3 per gallonl Wonder-Speed Our Wonder.Speed Our Quality interior Pmmiu.._..___m Quality Interior Latex Flat Wall Paint LatexSem,-GlossEnamel Soap & Water . Fast Offing  Water Thinnab lean'up Soap & Water Clean-Up  llllm='r==v'J L] For Use On Most Interior I lll[l Sale Price SalsPri9 5 9 s1' 3 PER GALLON PEn GALLON -- cusTOM COLORS PRICED HIGHER CUSTOM COLORS PRICED HIGHER SUGGESTED MFG. RETAIL $16.49 PER GALLON SUGGESTED MFG RETAIL $12.95 PER GALLON Armstrona Floor Coverings Sundial Solaan $11.50 sq. yd. sme'=aq.yd. Designer Solarlan $18.95 sq, yd. s,w,a .y=. Designer Solarlan il $21.65 sAve, aq. yd. Soccer champions The Issaquah Bears are the North Division Champions in the under 13 category of the Issaquah Soccer League. Front row, from left, David Georg, Nick Rebhuhn, Tyler Dlon, Mark Hanken, Scott Haler, David Schneider and Greg Olson. Se- cond row, from left: Ran Hanken, Ass't. Coach, Charles Imperatorl, Phil Glover, Doug Boeschen, Matt Engle, Craig Lemley, Steve Brown, Tom Hawley and Coach Lou Hailer. Missing: Steve Woodward. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, January 12, 1983 - Page 9 Gallery exhibits amethyst Nature's Gallery of Gilman Village is turning purple January 15 to 30. The shop, which specializes in natural history gifts, is sponsoring an amethyst exhi- bition -- the largest ever Northwest display of ame- thyst crystal specimens, jewelry and cut stones. Of particular interest to collectors will be specimens of crystallized amethyst from notable Northwest localities. Gallery owner-geologist Bob Jackson last year mined spec- tacular amethyst specimens from Denny Mountain, near Snoqualmie Pass. Examples from that find were acquired by the Smith- sonian. Sunday Buffet Brunch 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.  $7.95 adults -- $4.95 children Seafood Poultry Choice Locker Beet LEAN GROUND BEEF .............. .'1.49 00FRESH MEDIUM OYSTERS ..... *1.59 'ooz,a, TOP SIRLOIN STIAKS ........... .=.3.79 LOCKER HINDQUARTERS SIDES '1 39 ....... .................................. lb. Includes cutting& wrapping, .... ...... 85 Front St. N, ,...qu.. 392-3131J SOLVE DRIVEWAY DRAINAGE PROBLEMS BEFORE AFTER CRUSHED ROCK * GRAVIL * SAND 10%OFF WlTII TIllS 1| HL, TNROU|N JII, 31, I|U * Offer does not apply to concrete or cement SAND BAGS YOU BAG IT $250*.0. *Plus 10% discount If you bring In this od before I/31/63. (Approx. 100 Ibs.) Wi BAO IT ,3oo,..o SAND & GRAVIL COMPANY, INC. 6600 230th Ave. S.E., Issaquah ...... 746-5660 T' CHURCH or JESUS CHRIST or LATTER-DAY SAINTS (THE MORMONS) 1100 6th Southeast -Vidton Welcom,- ISSAQUAH 1st WARD Sunday services beEin at 2 p.m. R. Morris, Bishop 392-]053 Issaquah 2nd Ward "Sunday services begin at l ]:30 a.m. I. Budge, Bishop 392-5721 COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 9:45 a.m. Church School 11 a.m. Worship 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship 205 Mt. Park Blvd., 392-6280 (Parsonage) 392-6447 (Church) Dr. E. Wayne Roberts, Interim Pastor TRINITY EVANGELICAL CHURCH 26729 S.E. 761h PI., Hiqh Point Independent, N0n-den0minational Three worship services: 8:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. John M Shacks, Pastor 392 7371 ' ' tq r - I" h ' 'Pine Lake United Presbyterzll Churc fl ", ." Celebratlon * Olaooue."Community Services: Sunday, 10 a.m: at Lutheran Bible Institute at Providence Heights Nursery Office 392-5968 Pre-School Bob Gray, Pastor 160 N.W. Gilman News of Church activities every week in THE ISSAQUAH PRESS Isquah chmStln church No clad but Christ, no book but the Bible, no name but Christians ) IS,-%IUAH-HOBART RD. 826846 ;ervlce ................... 8 a.m. ................. 9:15a.m.  ,qa, Mkt" 10:30 a.m, Ka//h BOK AO: .................. 7 p.m. J You D ..................... 6p.m. Isssaquah Church of the Nazarene E.E. Miller, Pastor -- 392-3138 -- 641-6009 Temporary lOCation- Sunday School .......... 9:30 a.m. 14916-239th Pl, S.E ' Worship .............. 10:30 a.m, Issaquah (formerly he Roadside Even ng . 6:00 p.m Chapel) .... " tllcrsery attelldatlt all services St. Joseph Catholic Church 220 ML Park Blvd., Issaquah P.O. Box 200, Issaquah Parish Priest House 400 Mr. Park Blvd. S.W. Phone 392-5516 Sunday Masses: 8:00, 9:30, 11:15 Saturday Evenings Anticipation Mass 5:30 p.m. Seventh Day Adventist Church 425 EAST SUNSET WAY Saturday Church 9:30 a.m. Sabbath School 11:00 a.m. PASTOR ROBERT FETRICK 392-4256 CHURCH PHONE 222-7i51 Pine Lake Covenant Church Presently meeting at Lutheran Bible Institute 4221 228th S.E., Issaquah Worship 9:30 a.m. Pastor Eric Josephson Class for Children Phone 392-7115 Nursery We're now.,. @ FAITH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH ...,...,ou..., 10... SUNDAY WORSHIP 10 a.m. Nuae/-Activities for Children HOUDAY INN - tSSAQUAH William B. Price, Pastor 392-5387 Attend the Church of your cboice this week the Ba'iFarth niti .n9 the world... une heart at a time o,,.o,....,o.co,, 392.4343 I Our ulor Lmhan Church 745 Front Street S. Issaquah Famdy Worship ..... 8:00 &l l:00 Family Study ............ 9:30 Informal W0rshp ..... 7 30 pm Richard L Wt, ndt, Pastor 392-4169 392-3101 SAMMAMISH HILLS LUTHERAN CHURCH The American Lutheran Church Corner 228th S.E. & S.E. 8th 455-5285 Worship: 8:00 & 11:15 a.m. Sunday School 9:15& 10:15 a.m. Nursery available Norman L. 0rth Pastor 392-8643 i I FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIS T, SCIENTIST--ISSAQUA 10:30 Sunday Service at Issaquah Community Hall--180 E. Sunset Way 10:30 Sunday School at 1250 N.W. Mall 7:30 We(nesdav EveninqTestimony Meeting at 1250 N.W. Mall All Are Welcomed I Public Reading Room I Mon.-Sat. 10.1 Wed, 10.4 I 1250 N.W. Mall Behind McDonalds T.,HE EPISCOPAL CHURCH WELCOMES YOU ST. MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS EPISCOPAL PARISH 2nd S.E. and S.E. Darat, Isaaquah, 392-3215 Rev, Dr. Laura Cameron Fraser, Rector Sunday Schedule: 8:00 am Holy Eucharist 10:30 am Holy Eucharist 9:30 am Adult education and Nursery from 9:15-12:30 church school Wednesday: 10:00 am Holy Eucharist THE NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP ..... HERE IS NEW LIFE IN CHRIST" Worship Service Pine Lake Comm. Club Wednesday Sunday 212th S,E. & S.E, 20th St. 7:30 p.m. 10:30 a,m. & 6:30 p,m. Issaquah Home Fellowship PASTOR R,D, MARTIN, 222-7079 i Faith. Hope &Love #El ',4 World Vision With A Local Concern BJORN BERGMANN, Paetor"-', ' Nursery provMed B SUND& IS:00 ,,in, PrtlN and Woldp . 'i'. " *" I B, TeneMUl & Suudsy ebooi * Home feUowJipu IU week ,ll,-:-l[kl:llt'x I I WEDNID& "/:30 p.m. IMble Imlltale "Sa: Me.',. Wo...'s, ,,,,. ,e.,.. ".k,lB . 4ez21mPI.S.E.(V, mBeea=lolhumqaebnolld=.vma,) 392-81 II I