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January 26, 1983

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-" Gymnasts lose two by a hair lssaquah&apos;s gymnasts found ' out that every point counts as they lost to Bothell by five ''11 Iw|SScIrlUc]' I one-hundredths of a point "" January 20. The score was i Bothell 122.9, lssaquah Sports i 122.85. i The team also lost a very close meet to Redmond, 122 to 118, on January 18. Rich Hallstrom The Indians record rtv dropped to 4-3 despite all / around scores of 7.5 and 7.1 from Meredith McRoberts &,,, '1I and Laureen Moore. In Vaulting, Kim Ditmarr took a first with a score of 8.0 and Adams, pin at 5:53; Paul Although the Indians got off Pauline Neault was second Werner pin at 4:33; Arnie to a fast start the game was Y _li 6.7withon7"9"theNeaultbars. also scored a Pelluer, forfeit; Rob Rusi pin never in doubt as the NOirll I at 3:19. Islanders gradually increased their lead to 37-17 and never i Wrestling Boys' basketball had to worry from that point The Issy wrestling machine lssy continued winless as on. Ran Evans and Jeff i COntinued to roll as it they were trounced by both Indians Johnson led the with I an defeated Redmond 48-9 and Bellevue and Mercer Island. 11 and 10points respectively. Horse sense Joanna Herrigstad listens to coaching from Mella Van Bruggen, former dressage coach of the United States Olympic Team, at Rockmeadow Farms last week. Van Bruggen made a special appearance at the stables for three days, giving 45-minute lessons to the area's top dressage riders. He also coached at the 1979 Pan Am Games and the 1982 World Championships. The clinic was organized by local resident Kim Beardsley, nationally recognized dressage rider. Orca swimmers in Jr. Olympics The area Aquatics of Issa- quah will be among 31 swim teams scheduled to compete in the McDonald's Junior Olympics and Pacific North- west Swim Association Age Group Short Course Cham- pionships. area Aquatics head coach Jerry Johnston will join over 400 young swimmers from throughout Western Washington.' The two-day event will be held at Seattle's South Central pool, located at 4414 South 144th in Seat- tle, on January 29th and 30th. The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, January 26, 1983 - Page 9 TRANSMISSION TROUBLE? Slip on in ... Call Mike today. He takes time & effort to repair your car's transmission right. L<:, We do all our own work! 15 years experience in transmission service. COMPLETE TRANSMISSION REBUILD SERVICE AVAILABLE 00TRANSMISSION SERVICE 1655 N.W. Mall St. Issaquah 392-5241 Meat Produce-Always Is. [ then shut out the Bothell The Indians had a chance for ;orers I COugars in a 68-0 victory victory against Bellevue, but Girls' basketball 4, )oints; Winners against Bothell w poor foul shooting and weak Laura Lavine continued to I I  I ' aas wit ere: Chris Speed, 13-2; defense down the middle en- dominate the boards and toss | nine;[Shawn Medved, 10-3; Ed abled Beilevue to win 70-49. elsen,  Carlton, pin at 3:54; Jim Later in the week the In- Mercerin lots Islandf pointSand (3114 VS.vs. " newold,| ree, 14-0; Blake Carlton, dians found out why Mercer Bellevue) but it didn't help as I 13"0; Jeff Jyce' pin at 2"32; Island is ranked fifth in the Issy lst t Bellevue 57-27 I I [ , ; :' Rich LeFrandt, 9-5; Scan state and why they aren't, as and 75-44 to Mercer Island I Neison in t 1 57, Barr the lndtans lost their tenth :: lerl Paxman,Ppinaatt 5::01": Kevi y confere, ce game, 75-45. The Indians are now 2-8 in the Kingco conference. -'- ' - Men's Winter JturkeyWJngslRound: ml Tomatoes ,o_00l Issaquah Alps hakes ,Basketball Standings 'AA & "A" Division W L startint- Runnin'Rebels 30 PrGFevaoi!enSY UTi!!i'te $ 79 Fresh January 28, 9"30 a m, Beaver Valley via Silent Swamp, GaslampTavern 2 0 e Large Size Class 3-B, Leaders: Ursula and Leonard Eisenberg 392-4034. Sea-Port 2 l High. Park at the trailhead to Silent Swamp and enjoy this quiet Solomon Log 1 1 31, SesSi YPass to Beaver Valley The 18 dams are still there, some old CentraIConnection 1 2 Raiders 12 lb. lb. lb. and some new. Beavers' engineering, plus the climate in this ,dvancel Ool corner of Tiger have resulted in an Ecotone where Sitka Southeast Glass 0 2 TNT Roofing 0 2 Beef ilu,, Skinned. Deveined 12-oz. Sl 19 -- Sot. Texas I'lliSiced Frozen ............... Ib, 79 Sliced Bologna so,.woy ......... Pko White unions u..,ed .............. ,b. 39' t Pruce and Pacific Silver Fir mingle. 29 witl .January 29, 12:30 p.m., Lake Tradition, Class 2-B, Leader: "B" Mountain Division W L Ground Turkey,re.. ............ ,b 99' Sliced Bacon A,,.ou, ........... ,,'"b Sl- Fresh Eggplant ............. b 49' ll_Daly 392-1405. Leaders have their favorite route through Hovlands Inc. 3 0 , ' .... Lquah n.e lssaquah City Watershed and choose from the 1000 year Data I/0 2 o Beef Cube "- , Quickto Ib $2" $219 1,4.,i. .... Cotifornk] 3TeaK ,i,, ............. True Cod Fillets Fresh ......... ,b. Head M,, IIUbiB Iceberg... ........... Ench 59 i Old Big Trees of the Lower Plateau, century-old cedar pun- Unisea 2 0 __e SfRLO,N 6 L eo,e,ess $26, .o, 1269 or"odin,,, , 1 ,.ea U.S.DA. Choice. ..... lb. Crunchy Lite Batter ....... Pkg. Green Onions ....... Your Choice r Bunches ;ssion 4 ,che.on skidroad used by oxen, trail around Lk. Tradition, the Group "W" 2 l Bern ,,P Fish Fillets MR AO,, ro,,n i Cirque lake" at the base of West Tiger, Round Lake and lssaquah Merchants I 1 , much more. lssaquah Automotive 0 I  January 30, 8:30 a.m., Middle Tiger, Class 3-B, Leader: Machinistlnc. 0 Turkey Ham Bali Park Franks Roasted Peanuts ;mentat t  Sanford 241-1190. One of the favorite viewpoints in the Sammamish Totems 0 2 Union Tavern 0 3 Bulk 30_9:30 ,.lps. A very alpine feeling summit arrived at via a steep trail.[ LONGMONT $149 HYGRADE $169 79 un a clear day, you can see Mr. Rainier. Whole or Half ,. January 30, 12:30 p.m., Coal Creek, Class 2-B, Leader: Steve Williams 232-8072. Steve plans to touch on the geology ClampittsCleaners 2 0 lb. Pkg. lb. SAVE 61' SAVE 20' Per Ib "B" Competitive Division W L l-lb. Star Bow Builders 3 0 of the area which is rich in deposits of coal Visit the cinder Cats Meow 2 1 ! mine with many examples of rock deposits, some fused and Knowles&Associates 1 1 ..... ,, s,e ibti'ified Wood. Explore the mouth of Mary TOnnei. Mr. Si Golf Course Restaurant 1 1 [ maybe a side trip to the old town of Newcastle. Rocket Research 1 1 I January 31, 9"30 a m, Rattlesnake, Class 2-B, Leader: Della Bee 1 488 7536 Walk a little used service road through RowleyAgency 1 1 s.c.s, o , ann,,;, I the old clearcutand up to the high view of North Bend, Mr. Sammamish Clippers 0 S Si, and great sweep over the Great Western tree farm set L,.''IILII..I ttg.ainst the Cascades Plan on a drive to Snoqualmie Falls Ex- "B" Valley Division W L Blue Devils 2 0 Pine Lakers 2 0 Ruby's Unleaded 2 0 Craig Smith Const. l 1 iAIso, 6-OZ. Gourmet ] 3 Sieve Peas or Cut Green Beans, (;ream or Whole Corn or IS.2S-oz. Red Kidney Beans Fortunate Products l 2 o* *,n 0, Yogurt lagu Vegetables A.S. Design&Assoc. 0 2 No Dunks 0 2 Lucerne $ Spaghetti Sauce S'W WARD CO. Cartons Jar Can faced with over 100 changes in the tax Authorized Representatives mtl ,..  -Uarnar;ne Cub.sR" ........ PA,A 2 ,.,h, 1 . Did you know that working married S.M."SAM" WHITAKER ....... Pkgs. may deduct up to $1,600 for the first time? 11619S.E.284th Street ( Monterey feweyChunk $/)49 even a new entry for charitable deductions on Kent, Wa. 98031  --- I Cheese ................. lb. dlb 040A nhort form. And that's just the beginningl (206)631-2149 ( kmA Lucerne IndlviduallyWrapped ovary change on every form. q qullgl;eiB S iced, American ............. 12.OZ.pkg. $ 1 49 BEHIND nlF. SOUl) NORIIIERN WlflT; ==, t= wx,, ,,vts, w.., l)-, =,.,r Mazola/rggrlneCrnOi' ,-lb. I RQ HAPPY HOUSEHOLD ...................... Pkg, v mn BLOCK ,m you read,*o,,, ,,,,,ou.nO, 0, . il_..e new tax laws othel, who have found a new, carefree way '- :,.rarer,a,/;rine .... orTW8"z'Tubs'11ft(O. I-lb. Tub 17- Ibis ylm$ numrone reason 14 94 t4 H&R Sleek. of i,n=r .... If you are, you will find what you am :look- [Town House greMkfalt Prunes, 2-15. *2.19 I B--aNnas No. I Lunchbox Treat lb. Russet No,  69' Potatoes w.h ....... 5 Baking Squash [..,r .............. ,b 12' IP__.j, Simply Kiwi ,,,, .,,=, .................... 5 , s 1 Mandarin Sweet 0ranges,o,.y ........ ,. 39' Sunmaid Raisins IceCream $ 19 Half Gal. Carton Ice " .... ,u,.,,,., o,,,. $2" Ik=BqlUglB I.ksyl, Vonillo ...... dP _--L__-- WELEH'S, Frozon 12-oz. $10' ,ronnerry Jue Co.ktoll ........... Con "'ri 0RE-IDA 24-u,. Potatoes u is en,o, ...... po 99  eL* l. ldqQUET, Frozen 12-oz. $2S9 nlCKOn Potties, Sticks or Nuggets ..... Pk 9. ..... t-"'e'* 0o, s] , j Brussels o..u = ro. ........ ,. 00.0000o00.,,on,nlSSAQUAH c OpenMon..FrL ga.m. to6p.m., Sat. 9am. tohp.m. all torah appointment or come in at your convenience. Evenings by appointment Upstairs in the Mercantile Building 485 Front St. North 392.4323 \\; WINE AND BEER VARIETY DEPT. Jay Berry ins for in a WARD Cedar Loll Hornet The warmth, friendliness, informality and trouble-free characteristics of Ward's Cedar Loll Homes are your answer, [] SNd - Wad'n PnbUoa S (FW which $G iS tndld) [] S=nd - FFee, fulcdo brochure mE ADORESS Open for lunch starting Feb. 1 Introducing our 8" Luncheon Pizza and Luncheon Pasta Specials New hours will be: Sunday.Thursday 11:30 a.m.. 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday D4z. Igs Peanut Butter 199 1 28-oz. $ SUPERMAN ....... Jar Cream Cheese o= 7C WHITE OR KRAFT. Philadeiphia PIglB dl r WHEAT l[] Brownie Mix I JJ[J PILLSBURY m. l -- -- II'lux" Fudge  19 Ovenioy  *Jr Unsweetened 46-0z. IrapelrUlt,.i.. LIBBY'S... ........ Con 99 * j MJB Rice " * Butter 6-oz. White or Brown ........... Pkg. 5 9 t Calrose Rice,',**o ............. ,.obg $2" Maxwell  " House co,. ........ Con $6" Hi-C " '" Drinks .o.o. .... 46-0,. ........... Can 79' read $ 22.5-4z. Loaves Style Shampoo ;,,,n,... 16-OZ.Boffle $ | '9 lLi ,B.o. s, stermint ,h.. ............ --., j Cl ,, ,, ,4 ose-up Toothposle ................ rue -| Loving re-- Heir .2  $5 %, lib Color ................ ,,,=.,, 1,30.m 000n0h, ! I CallaheadforReadyOrders  MulL! Meal Bread r,h,',...'::* 79' ISSAQU AH 185 N.W. Gilman Blvd., Issaquah o,o.,ooo 392-0808 Raisin Bread '/rSlo:inghdu ....... '.6Ldf 8 91 000000,0000/Orange Juice ..J Bel-air  m Dog Chow ;ql99  SO,lb, PURINA, Donus PackBo 9 / Mayonnaise Cat Chow = .u.,....o, '' -- 39 PepsiCola Diet Peps|, Pepel Ught, Pepel Free, S'Bar Free A $1 Pwpel Free 7 9 32-0Z. o, at. o, 12-oz. Jar Jk Con, t Dishwasher All .... so.. $2" .......... g. Paul "" '  ' $5" masson,,. ............. ,.,  Taster's Choice.......B. $4" Inglenook ,.=,B.,, ,.s. $,., t Soft Scmb.. ....... " '14' ............. bnk 4 ...... Bott Heidelberg Beer * $3" ....... :6.7.,. ,,,.,.. 12 d, 1 Dill Chips r_'". ..... Sl,, Miller Beer .... 12 '.'s4'g  9 " k.,,, ,.,. s3 . .............. Lives o, c.,  ................. = Prices effective Wednesday, January 26th thru Saturday, January 29 1983. Sales In retail quantit es on y. BAKED GOODS