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Page 6 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, January 26, 1983 141-LO "NEW" WEEKLY HOT SHEET Pick up your copy right inside the door. 625 N.W. Gilman Blvd., Issaquah - Hi-Lo Shopping Center Prices Effective Jan. 26 through Feb. 1, 1983 PORK RIB CHOPS i ARMOURS 1 4 "7 0 VERIBEST t11 1 / O LB. I [ GROUND BEEF ,!Tfl o+ i ,+ qG LB. UIJ PORK LOIN QUARTER SLICED, __ ..= _. M,XEOCHOPS g, rill i 8 STEAKS T v v LB. - , HILLSHIRE SAUSAGE SMOKED, BEEF ARR " 0RPOLSKA TJvv LB.   PORK SHOULDER    BUTT ROAST   BONELESS TURKEY mENERS ,e JENNIE-O . ,- JL &apos;F7 SAUERKRAUT ' .'w.t FLANAGANS m .-JL , EA. L l i. DINNER FRANKS ARMOURS MEAT OR .1  q R BEEF, 2 LB.EA.TL vV SHARE IN A LITTLE WORK... AND LOTS OF SAVINGS FRESH CAULIFLOWER : FRESH! II LARGEHEADS EA. 77* CELERY CRIPS, GREEN STALK 3/99 TANGERINES HONEY SWEff 54 FROM FLORIBA LB. NAVEL ORANGES, SWEET. P 4 " SEEDLESS OLB| RADISHES-GR. ONIONS O'"OE" 4/88 FRESH BUNCH GREEN CABBAGE SOLID HEADS LB. 19' ADAMS PEANUT  KRAFT BUTTERo,omH,Om $O9VELVEETASPREAD $341 CREAMY, CRUNCHY, 36-0Z ........ U  ............ ;-00TOP RAMm NOODLES 1l$1 I, BUTTER SANDWICH $1081 TD F. LAVORS, 3-OZ .......... IIl II  NUTTER BUTTE!,13.5-OZ .......... ii' I NALLEY CHILl 1-- + FRISKIES BUFFET J  ACssATPPAS CAT F001] .... 32001 IL:  POTATO CHIPS $128i  CHEETOS RRI ',iA VAN CAMP ___ BANQUET I "i" i ]PORK 8 BEANS ]/] I[ _OOK!N'BAG qAl '.Z'r;:7 ' 21-0Z .................... w .  ASSTO.,4TOS-OZ ................. I,U I TASTERS CHOICE  JJ3 COFFEE ,/18e17 BvURBITOS 1 j LUNCHEON MEAT $138 ' ..MT P!ES 4hl REG OR SMOKE 12-0Z I : '='i/ BIG G CREST [ CHEERIOS $1481 titf0000I00'/TOOTHPASTE $1 891 j 15-0Z ........................ II ./" REG.. MINT, GEL, 8.2-0Z ............ | _2_PLY TOWELS JiRI [J AoL $9481 __ ........ -,,, KRAFT PHILADELPHIA ii:::ii:: ': MENS _ l \\;'\ ' , " CREAM CHEESE 791,.. JERSEY GLOVES '1281 PLAIN, 8-OZ ..................... I   1 PAIR ...................... il .. ,, - South End May Valley'Maple Hills'Briarwood Roxaine Reynolds (255-5849) Drug seminar held at Briarwood Briarwood Elementary School PTA will sponsor a drug and alcohol abuse in- formation night for parents only on Tuesday, February 1 beginning at 7:30 p.m. Areas to be covered wil include drug paraphernalia, drug recognition,signs and symp- Bus routes between Apollo Elementary School and Maywood Junior High School will change when con- struction begins in February on S.E. 144th St. (Gun Club Road) between 156th Ave. S.E. and 164th Ave. S.E. The narrow two-lane road will be Grunstad, i Mclluaine 'Oli to wed "-" Joy A. Grunstad of q ay a Mine Hill Road, will rnl 'Ey a Richard K. Mclluaine all 'Che I S.E. Andrews January 29 zcnt wi Our Savior Luther tcntof Church. The ceremony ,n, S take place at 1 p.m.  nitte< :'+:'!'+: Grunstad is the daug Larm a '\\; of Mr. and Mrs. Jo el'Inn Grunstad of Sheridan, ssaqt Mclluaine is the son of Cmmis William J. Mclluaine of d=d tl ver Springs, Maryland esthc Mrs. Mary F. Mclluainlespond Georgia. . the h toms, effect on the total paved, have eight-foot Grunstad and Mclluam tote family, things parents can shoulders, and new drainage both attend the New la:rs as do, a resource list, and a cur- facilities. Completion is ex- C  hristian Fellowship Bie]tt. riculum which would be both pected in May. + Training Center in IssaqU[]+ire ( useful and practical to use * * * * * * * * He is employed at Contin 3s he with children. The public is The Liberty High School ....  ...... talAirlines, lr(Linan< invited. Booster Club will meet They plan to make th COur ******* Wednesday, February 2 at home in Issaquah. tul omat Beginnning meetings in the 7:30 p.m. in the high school ntnl at] ,,I " oIs. annual May Valley Alliance library. The group has many Cher Encks Church Missionary Con- projects underway to benefit F Y ob, ference will be on January the school. All parents and marries ,seol 30. Special services and boosters are invited. Jay and Tammy Paxman. meetings are planned to be * * * * * * * * Cheryl Lynn Erickson,[e cha y Paxman marries High,1973 graduatemarried Of RobertlssaqIi;ady held all week through Liberty High junior Robin la. February6. Wright will become the dlk.l unty. * * * * * * * school's second American Lord of Life Lutheran Friends Service foreign ex- Tammy Varney of California AmyPaxman of Issaquah. Church members observed change student when she ar- and Jay Paxman of Issaquah The couple attend Brigham were married December 22 in Young University in Provo, the eighth anniversary of the rives in New Zealand for a theChurch of Jesus Christ of Utah, where the bride will organization of the church as one-year stay. She will fly to Latter Day Saints Temple in graduate in April. The groom a congregaton of the the small town oflnvercargill Geystel of Vashon  esto January 7 in AnchorSl Alaska. s  recc Erickson is the daughter,s 3onsi Frank and Patricia Erick 0 alted of 22513 S.E. 20th in lr tthre on American Lutheran Church following orientation in Los Oakland, Calif. Their is majoring in electrical quah. Van Geystel is theSanty on January 23. Angeles. parents are Robert and Daile engineering and is employed of Merge and Cecil Van 01, ;uish * * * * * * * * She will live with a Varney of Rancho Cordova, by the school's engineering stel of Seattle. Maywood Junior High Presbyterian minister and his California and Ross and department. The couple is tempora! i. 11 ren D S c h o o I c h e e r I e a d e r s wife and three sons aged 7 to living in Anchorage. ?he presented the colors at the 12years. She will receive high Painters and Decorators of school credit for her study in Cindy Southwc .red "e no America national convention New Zealand and will in Seattle on January 21. graduate with her class after O say vows le bi Six sets of twins are enroll- returning and completing her oth ed at Maywood Junior High senior year at Liberty. Cindy Southward, a l k $2( School. Four sets are girl , , ,, , , , , graduate of Issaquah Hid will marry Robert Stone] twins and two sets are boy The Liberty High School Tacoma this spring. No w twins. The twelve students Drill Team will be the host ding date has been set. ] are Cheri and Karl Britt, Car- team for the "Third Annual Southward is the daugh| rie and Carrie Cooney, Deb- Invitational" on Saturday, of Roger and Barbara So bie and Naria Nelson, Kevin January 29 at 6 p.m. Fifteen and Todd Stubbs, Gary and teams representing schools ' : ward of Issaquah. Stoni Greg Whisler, and Barb and all around Puget Sound will / the son of Eldon and Ph Lynda Wright. perform. The event is open to / Stone of Tacoma. * * * * * * * * the public. They plan a rose gel wedding at Point Defiance 'Doubler' on sale, Teri Ann Mille twinseatured in ads Boll .... to mar in Ticketsgame no. 2 of George Miller, owners of the " ' '+:7"! the Washirn State Lottery Puget Sound Baking Cam- Teri Ann Miller, a go on sale this week at pany. graduate of Issaquah H.!]l 11 local businesses in Issa- The twins have already ap- Will marry Robert Micll quah. They are: Anglo- peered in three local news- Crisp of Boise April 23.1 mania, Art's Gull, Ben papers and might soon be wedding will take placll Franklin, Market Foods, seen on billboards promoting Boise. II Liberty Lanes, Prairie the double winnings game. Miller is the daughter.,['. Market, Safeway, Timewise Mr. and Mrs. Richard Milll Grocery, siate Liquor Store, Class of '73 of 12027 200th Ave. S.] F Front Street TV and K.C. Crisp is the son of Mr. Foods. I looks for own Laurie Staples and Rick Benak. Mrs. Robert Crisp of Bois ieholt T h e ' ! W a s h i n g t o n Miller graduated frt u Tit= Doubler" offers a chance to Issaquah High School class )J"l" Inll' '1"It Wl_d University of Idaho in 1 ,aT0 win doubl money in the of '73 is preparing for its 10 =%n%..1% li.i n,..i, .v "" "' with a degree in architectU Iholl "instant inner" game. year reunion. Rick Benak, a 1976 grad- of 4420 S. 156th Street in She is a member of Kal SVsrb Local twins Molly and Class members, relatives Hate of Issaquah High, will Seattle. Benak is the son of Gamma Sorority. dlni Bridget Miller have been and friends that can help up- marry Laurie Staples of Seat- John and Ambe Benak of Crisp is a 1982 graduate chosen to alvertise the game date the mailing list are asked tie in May at St. Louise 680 Ellerwood Drive. the University of Idaho. ] in local print media. They are to call Kim days at 392-1348 Church in Bellevue. Staples and Benak both received a bachelor's de r L venm s Staples s the daughter of the daughters of Merge and o isa 392-1106 e " g " M " work at Boeing. They plan to in history and is a rfiembet $ r. and Mrs. Robert Staples make their home in Bellevue. Kappa Sigma Fraternity. ISSAQUAH I i- Let us - l I Convenient RECYCLING II "'ans'wer I TAX SERVICE CENTER II l Appointments available I Co, Operated by C.Ei I I  ,o,-.,o;, 1 in your home. . I 0 OpenMon..Fa. I I lea.l ,oo-,.",",.'oo 1 Individual & Small Business I ,,,-==.,.,,...._. /Pleas00321 _ ...N+xP I I I JY..k-- 195 Front St. N. I-oomnlsHestaurant I 04 J Dormant k e D Spray Now Wilton Ca ecorating + CLiss b,:gi s Feb. 15 Tuesdays 10 a.m. to noon, or 7 to 9 p.m. Class begins Feb. 15 10 a.ln. to nton,  r 7 Spray roses, fruit trees and deciduous shrub: 5 lessons $15.00 to stop diseases and insects which w atta I( your plants this spring if you do not control Easter Workshop Mar. 19, All day, begins 9 a.m., $15 them now. Spray peach trees to prevent pea+P leaf curl. Sugar eggs, Chocolate E,, Marzipan Molding  ORTHO -- Pre.Regis trat/on Required-- I FRIDAY S. PECIAL J | Christmas Bead,ng Kits 1/2 off I DORMANT w.,,o.+,,.,. Disease Contro I I & PPPi': /cpur?Iv.en cnt r' f , (00raft 7 FIRS . ==,,,,,,, .- -I, Do;ntown hmaquilh H ' L pS:nPpoln gsCa n .r.'  : q j ht; n3dg:y7. 657