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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, January 19, 1983 ul Around town Clubs Women's Aglow The lssaquah Women's Aglow will meet Friday, January 21 at 9:15 a.m. at the Lutheran Bible Institute. The January speaker will be Peggy Huff. For more in- formation call Marjorie Birch at 392-0518. Rainbow Girls The lssaquah Assembly Number 54 Order of Rain- bow Girls will install new of- ricers Saturday, January 22 at 2 p.m. at the lssaquah Masonic Hall. Renee Marshall will be in- stalled as Worthy Advisor; Cathy Frost, Worthy Associate Advisor; Loree Slater, Charity; Tami Rieke, Hope; and Becky Marshall, Faith. Pine Lake Community Club The Pine Lake Community Club will hold its regular meeting Wednesday, January 19 at 7:30 p.m. at the club- house, S.E. 20th and 212th S.E. The program, to start at 8 p.m., will not be on the Pine Lake restoration, as pre- viously announced. It has been postponed until Febru- ary. This month's meeting will feature a program on the history of the Pine Lake Community Club and the East Sammamish Plateau. Orthopedic Auxiliary The lssaquah Orthopedic Auxiliary will meet Thurs- day, January 20, at the lssa- quah Elks Club, 765 Rainier Blvd. N. The meeting will start at I l a.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Wayne Busby, Mrs. Ernest Nyberg, Mrs. Elmer Quis- torff, and Mrs. Austin Wig- gins. University Women The lssaquah Branch of the American Association of University Women will have its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, January 20, at 7:30 p.m. at Our Saviour Lutheran Church. The program will be presented by Emilio Adams, Executive Director of the Seattle Business Bureau. Valley Seniors The Golden Age Club will meet Thursday, January 20 at 11 a.m.Call 392-6819 or 392-7438 for more informa- tion. On Friday, the 21st, there will be a planning meeting for the Issaquah Valley Seniors. There will be no bingo Saturday, the 22nd. Births Julie Fraback Alan and Karen Fraback of 19209 S.E. 46th are the parents of their second child, Julie Elizabeth, bern January 5 at Overlake Hospital. She weighed eight pounds, four ounces. Her brother Ryan is three. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wanless of Van- couver, Wash., and Mrs. Eleanor Fraback of Rose- burg, Ore. Melissa Hay Ron and Chris Hay of 20101 S.E. 23rd Place are the parents of their second daughter, Melissa Anne, born January 12 at Valley General Hospital. She weigh- ed seven pounds, eight ounces. Her sister Amy is six. Melissa's grandparents are Rog and Dee Hines of Ren- ton and Mary and Ken Hay of Renton. Quality Tax Service • Serving Issaquah residents and businesses for 15 years • Open year around 165 Front St. N., Issaquah 392-3650 Open Mon.-Thurs. 9 to 6, Fri. 9 to 5, Saturday 10 to 5. Call for an appointment. [ Intern welcomed Students and staff at Maple Hills Elementary greeted their new intern from Japan, Katsutoshi Urano (seated) with a special breakfast Monday, January 17. Urano is a college student from Nagaski interested in becoming a teacher. As part of the Japanese School Internship program coordinated by the Washington State Superintendent of Public Education, Urano will work with the school until June to broaden student's cultural awareness of the Japanese. Arrangements for the Internship were made at a Fort Warden wOrkshop financed by the Maple Hills PTA. Pictured are the host family, Pat and Rollln Hogge and their children Stewart, Lanl Ann, Leilanl and Scan with Maple Hills principal Lois White. UP00ast Start the new year with a new PERM s30°° Reg. $50.00 OJJer expire= 1/31/83 40 N.W. Alder PI. Issoquoh. WA 392-2515 TRANSMISSION TROUBLE? Slip on in ... Ca/I Mike today. He takes time & effort to repair your car's transmission right. We do all our own work! 15 years experience in transmission service. COMPLETE TRANSMISSION REBUILD SERVICE AVAILABLE South End May Valley'Maple Hills'E Roxoine Reynolds (255-5849) Preschool has openings May Valley Co-op Pre- school has openings for chil- dren who were age three by August 31, 1982. The pre- school is affiliated with Belle- vue Community College Ear- ly Childhood Education Department. For informa- tion, telephone Maureen at 226-1936, or Trudy at 271- 5413. Phase two planning for Liberty High School's remodeling and new con- struction is continuing. Architects are into the work- ing drawing and will present them to the necessary agen- cies for approval soon. East Renton Plateau Com- munity Council annual elec- tion meeting will be on February 8 beginning at 7 p.m. Six of the board of directors positions will be on the ballot. A slate of candi- AMETHYST THE ROYAL PURPLE GEM Amethyst, the purple variety of quartz, and birthstone for February, has historically been associated with royalty. Modem discoveries of extensive South Americ..an deposits have made this rich purple gem available to everyone. Nature's Gallery will be showing the largest selection of amethyst ever in the Northwest -- crystal specimens, jewelry, and cut stones from around the world, priced from $5 to $10,000. Join us as we "turn purple" January 15th thru 30th. Free evaluation of your heirloom amethyst jewelry. dates has been prepared the nominating and additional will be accepted during meeting. Coalfield Five-Sta Athletic Club member elected officers for the 198 activity year at their 9 meeting. President Myre, vice president Bernhardt, treasure Ramona Poitra, softball chairmen Glenn Whitten Larry Peters, hall chairmen Tom Cochran Rick Peery, and committee chairman Pe Hoffman were voted term in office. New elected are football commil tee chairman Bob Tut secretary Bunnie and assistant baseball man Dave Ebbert. The and means committee manship remains unfilled. Anyone wishing hall may telephone eithe Tom Cochran at 255-6601 Rick Peery at 255-9360. The Five-Star tree sale was reported to made more than a dollars, but it did not do well as in previous years. The King County ing Library Center three stops in this area on second and fourth of each month. The stop Lord of Life Luther Church is from 12:45 to p.m. on the second +''- SERVlGE v,,...,...+.,, .^..,.,,,, ..woo, ,.n,o,., School is from 2:30 to 3:1 + + All Western & Sadd[e 20% OFF | ----.1 .. ,-, on the second Monday an, 1655N.W. MaIISt. Issaquah 392-5241 ''., 0: 5PM 'SUN.NOON.L5PM from 6:10 to 7:15 on th r 1 fourth Monday. The stop e Briarwood School is fret 4-Doy Cleoronce Sole i Weight Loss Class APPAGALL0 SALE 4:45Monday.tO 5:45 on the fourt]  The Traveling Librar: Jonuory 19th--22nd | Do it begins magazinesCenter carries andl'000 boOksoth¢ Everything 15% Off & More / NOW! Thursday, Jan. 20. materials to be checked out. i w Men's & Ladies' Down Jackets .......................................... 675 / ?"' approachA Christianto Churches I Men's & Ladies' Selected Shirts ..................... 20% to 50% OFF [  /-/ \\;' _j weight loss Christian Fellowship Men's & Ladies' Selected Boots ............ t, rpS0,,aio,20%o to 50% OFF [  -  - and control, hosts drama Men's lenny Rogers & Wrangler Dress Jeans .................... 50% OFF [ (I) U +,] Begins Monday " FellowshipThe New Lifewill Christilhost  Jan. 24th. All Big O All American Winter Blankets ...................... ,n. ,7.- $77.50 i dramatiCGospel ofpresentati°nMark on SundaY°f tl' All Big D Nylon Blankets With Wool Lining ................... ,,e.,s.s0 s42.50 [ Classes held Monday Nights.  January 23 at 10:30a.m. The solo performance 0 All Big D Canvas Blankets With Wool Lining .................. ,°= u3.zs $34.50 [ Issaouah geventh.Day Dr.livingGeorgerepresentationS. Good bringSlof tB 4 Gospel of Mark. The fellow English ................................. / Advent,st Church ship meets at the Pine Lak 4 Leather Equitation Chaps ............................... eeg.$l12.0Oto$12§.00 s75 i 425 E. Sunset Way J [ ;0)U /O and accessories Community Club. . For more information, ca] 222-7079 or 392-4249. English Man-Made Leather Riding Boots ......................... b$75"°°s45 [ Issaquah, WA. ( GllmanVlllage. Children's Selected English Riding Caps ........................................... s10 [ ! I  .,, English Velvet Hunting Caps ..................................... ,.r ,o.oo *40 1 For more information call: (4 .  392-0257 Selected English Hunting Coats .................... 50% OFF l MORE | 392-8671 art display SaddleseatDerbies ...... , ....................................... Rn'""00S20 ! It's class time! ot library .i Saddleseat Jodhpur BOOts ....................................... eos.,,.o0 $35 / A .6 4O During January, 26 pi¢¢, Men s Wrangler Dress Slacks ....................................... 10.50 l TOLE & DECORATIVE o, international art fro' /" UNICEF wdl be on display the Issaquah Library. T Men's Brush Lee Cords ...................................... Rn.m.00s14.50 ' [ PAINTING CLASSES young artists come from t Men's Leather Vests ....... 20% to 40% OFF  [ Start Jan. 26 & 27 O 6'  /k'( areWideagedrangefrom°fsixC°UntrieSto 16. attt! Men's Levi Straight Legs No. 505 ...... ,,=.m.-*12 f  -. ] Jan. =e i Jan. 27   Saturday dividually,While theeXpressedthemes foutqi Men's Pendleton.Wool Shirts ......... ,.g.,0.00 s35 i L(.._ ' )1  / 7-9:30p.m. ] 10-12:30 I 1-3:30 Jan. 22, 10 to 5 in children's art reveal ma. I 7-9:30 common interests and e Ladles' Velvet Suit Jackets ..................... s50 '- } / $30.00 8lessons periences linking the worldt Pre.RegistratlonRequired depicts a milkman fro Lad|es Velvet Suet Vests ....................... 35 (: t,  i FRIDAY SPECIAL: incredibleinfant and preschoolSaVi ngs ! ! ! ! !toys, people.Bangladesh;One another fourth-gradqsho Child's Levi Bell Bottoms ................ s5 to s8 ] / i l Macrame Cord ,.o.s,.,, s2.99 do_s,II stuffed animals, the Picasso-like figure Congolese gardener. A tire Child's Moccasins .............................. 65 ////x [ adult games, de-cast vehicles, but smiling postman is ALL STRAW HATS .......... 20% to50% OFF /(5 : > / ' wmleSupplylut., musical instruments, .-. contribution of ayoung'l  pu.p.P.O, ty I, greeting cards,  jian.minently '  ' Farm work features pro ALL STABLE SHEETS ....... 20% to 50% OFF (rt activt books and more! in the display. O of the more onerous table ' ? w°men and children perf°Pl ($astht tbm00ertoys ,s the transporting of wate' 2- 23 These chores have a theme il , | 19-1t Place N.W. contributions from childr €1 Sunday 12to5 the Sultanate of Oman, CY' 1  Hun 'ssa- a L , 392-6774 -:1 II l Downtown Isuquah Monday-Saturday l0 to 5:30 as far afield as South Afri dE' 1 95 Front Street N . - prus and Yugoslavia.