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COuntry living at its 3rlvate lot surrounded by mountains sets off this cozy home. $59,500. 392-3193 03 02 IG (24x48), easily Realty, 747-9480 03 02 FALL CITY SI VIEW efficient 3 bedroom Jrlng heat pump and lng stove. Lots of ed yard. All for Rowley Agen- or 455-4781. Eves., 03 02 ISSAQUAH 13/4 bath home. kitchen with fire- : room, lots of storage tard. Priced to sell at WIRy Agency, Eves., Carnie, 03 02 ER TRANSFERRED PLATEAU room rambler so near park Is ready for a 1/3 acre, fruit thee, garden area from the large Call now for a Only $79,950 at The 392-6407, eves., 03 02 RENT TO DOWN :E & MOUNTAIN VIEW See for 6 months with down payment. 1 irooms, 3 baths & rec view deck. Asking Owley Agency, es., Barbara, 03 02 SALE ,LEE outdoor hottubs plus Custom Buchan decorated. 3 baths, 2 fire- ultlmatell Asking owley Agency, Eves., 392-7889. 03 02 Three bedroom large two story. Excellent pasture, I. C-21 Colburn Real- WA 99156. 03 02 Solar and e acres, surveyed, ,100.00. Good terms. 486-2585. 03 02 FORMS drafting sup- office machine t Book of Maps. SUPPLY 392-2412 tf 83-25 will be received by 1983 for the g automotive uat be in a sealed sad marked "OII Bid 2:00 P.M., March 17, may be obtained Administration Of- cl Street, lngton 98027. The of the Issaquah No. 411 reserves the zny or ell bids and to itles in the bid- p /a/Harold N. Skew Harold N. Skew Director of Business e Issaquah Press DN the provisions of finance No. 1449, given that the City on February 22, Declaration in accordance tel Policy 43.21C RCW and a City proposal to :ldition/alteratlon to Y Jail/Police Station Sunset Way. aggrieved by the may ap- rminatlon to the Issa- =nell. Such an appeal Vith the City Clerk this publication. negative threshold become the CI- tion of non-Big- unless a request for a received )ursuant to (7). ssaquah, Carol le Issaquah Press FLINTOFT, S ,,.. Issaquah fUNERAL HOME ince 1938 E SERVICES 222-5503 392-6444 Tom, Michael & Alberta FLINTOFT The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, March 2, 1983 - Page 9 when he returned to Issa- neapolis, two sisters, Beulah Troy McKee of Tulsa, Obituories quah. Helovedhunting, fish- CowleaofSnoqualmie, Car- Oklahoma. Host an Exchange Student ing, and thegreat outdoors, rie Getschman of Woodlawn Remembrances may be He is survived by two sons, and two grandchildren, made to the City of Issaquah Families are needed for European Donald Grant both of Issaquah, and his Ralph E. Schreiber of Aid Car Fund or the Cancer students who are coming to spend Oanielson parents, Grant and ldonna Pinetop, Arizona, and Society. a schoolyear in your community. Danielson of Bellevue. George Schreiber of Issa- Ai M. Garner Please open your home and heart. At his request no services Remembrances may be made quah, one daughter, Mary A memorial service for Ai were held for Donald G. to the Fred Hutchinson Lou Brown of Redmond, M. Garner, 68, of Issaquah , Share a wonderful family experience Danielson, 42, of lssaquah. Cancer Research Center. two sisters, Opal Bartlett of will be held on Saturday, Robert A. Myers .Build lasting friendships Private cremation was ar- Caldwell and Carrie Tidwell March 5, 1983 at 2 p.m. at . Show America at its best ranged by Flintoft's Issaquah Charles M. Schrciber of Boise, six grandchildren Flintoft's lssaquah Funeral At his request no services . Promote international Funeral Home. He died at Private family services will and two great grandchildren. Home. Private cremation were held for Robert A. understanding the Virginia Mason Hospital be held for Charles M. Remembrances may be made was arranged by Fiintoft's. Myers, 40, of Issaquah. in Seattle on Friday, Schreiber, 82, of Issaquah, toyour favorite charity. He died at Overlake Hospital Local arrangements were You can select your student now. February 25, 1983. formerly of Caldweli, Idaho, in Bellevue on Sunday, made by Flintoft's Issaquah Please call Catherine Laver,641-4709 He was born on January who died in Redmond Sun- February27, 1983. Funeral Home. Burial took or collect: (203) 629-2754 place at the Greenacres 17, 1941 in Sutherland, day, February 27. Burial will Iva Lesher Garner was born on Educational Foundation For Foreign Study Nebraska, the son of Grant take place at the Canyon Hill At her request no services February 6, 1915 in Issa- Memorial Park in Bell- and ldonna Danielson. He Memorial Cemetery in Cald- were held for Iva May quah, the son of William and ingham. Myers died at home a non-profit organization was raised in Seattle and well. Local arrangements Lesher, 80 of North Bend Mary Garner. He was raised in Issaquah on Monday, February 22. graduated from Shoreline were made by Flintoft's Issa- (formerly of Issaquah). She in lssaquah and on High School. Following quah Funeral Home. died at the North Bend Nurs- September 19, 1940 married He was born on November graduation, he attended He was born on August 30, ing Home on February 26. Josephine DeGrosse in 11, 1942 in Bellingham, the k'le 1'1" eYlllmald" Blff([t Blleh Western Washington State 1900 in Moorefield, Arkan- Cremation was arranged by Everett. Heworked as a meat son of Arnold and Dorothy .... College and the University of sas, the son of John and Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral cutter for Fischer's, Myers. He was raised in Beli- 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. -- $7.95 aduhs -- $4.95 ehildren Washington. Heserved in the Ruth Schreiber. He was rais- Home. Johnny's, and several meat ingham and graduated from United States Marine Corps ed in Caldwell, and She was born September shops in King County most Bellingham High School in Exit15 off l-90, Issaquah I[ Reservations suggested, 392-6421 Reserves for six years and graduated from high school 27, 1902 in Stillwater, Okla- of his life. He was an avid 1960. He lived in Bellevue for worked for PACCAR M.I.S. there. He attended the Col- home, the daughter of Gum fisherman. 12 years and moved to lssa- as Divisional Data Process- lege of Idaho for one year. and Minnie Leach. She was He is survived by his wife quah three years ago. He "  '  " '" ing Manager for lO years. He On October l2,1923 he mar- raised in Fall City and mar. Jo of Issaquah, two worked as a salesman for  'ir" 1 tt | ] i  ] :SI was a resident of Issaquah riedAnna Lou Madden. ried Frank Lesher in 1932. daughters, Karen Danbom of Alpha Computer Industries  , " w, r I m for six years and served as a He was employed by They moved to Issaquah in Seattle, and Judy Shriver of in Bellevue. He was a volunteer firefighter for the Folger's Coffee Company 1932. She was an avid reader Redmond, one brother, member oftheElks#194in llx == 4  " m' , city. for eighteen years. In 1970 he of history, "current events, Monte of Hawaii, one sister, Bellingham. . , I , iv M , He is survived by his wife moved to Issaquah and to and enjoyed the opera. Esther Peterson of Seattle, He is survived by his Cheryl,of Issaquah, one son Port Angeles in 1975 where She is survived by one son, one aunt, Mabel Brady of parents, Arnold and Dorothy Erik and one daughter Erin, he lived until October, 1982 Clarence Meldrum of Min- Seattle, and one grandson, Myers of Bellingham. I Tn, CHURCH or -Vi,ito.W,lc,m,- "xx JESUS CHRIST ISSAQOA, let WARD We're new... ' Sunday services begin at 2 p.m. or LATTER-DAY n Morris, Bishop392.1053  FAITH Issaquah 2nd Ward ALL VINYL SAINTS Sunday services begin at 11:30 a.m. t UN ITED GUTTERS- & (rilE MORMONS) ,. 8u., ,i,,o392-S,2] :100 6th Southeast METHODIST ,x,o 'x' DOWNSPOUT COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH  ,,Lr"..CHoU.RCH 3eea 9, ..... Reg. 4.99 ;h 9:45 a.m. Church School SUNDAY WORSHIP l0 a.m. NN] 599 11 a.m. Worship 10' Downspout 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship Bumq-Activities for Children CHURCH SCHOOL 9 a.m. Reg. 7.39 ;h for all ages NOW IN WHITE OR 205 Mt. Park Blvd., 392-6280 (Parsonage) 392-6447 (Church) HOLIDAY INN - ISSAQUAH /L, BROWN! Dr. E. Wayne Roberts, Interim Pastor William B. Price, Pastor All accessories in stock in 392-5387 /, white. Paint easily with Raingo Brown Spray Paint TRINITY EVANGELICAL CHURCH THE NE]GHBORHOOD CHURCH Assemblies of (;1 " 26729 S.E. 76th Pl. Hioh Point 747-3445 ndependent, Non-denomina[ional 5rvis al Two Lcalions 1 Three worship services: 8:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Imqaab/Pbteau, LBI Providence Hdgbli Bible Education 9:00 a. m. John M. Sheeks, Pastor 392-7371 Worship 10:00 ..... ldlevue, 625-1401b N.E, ('onlmunion 8:00 a.m, Pine Lake United Presbyterian Church Adult(c.ldr,,sWorshiPchup:h/Choir) 8:,L ,hi5 .... - Celebration Dialogue *'Community Bible Ed.cadon 9:45 a.m . Services: Sunday, 10 a.m. at Lutheran Bible Institute (Adult & Children's) at Providence Heights Eve.ing Wonhip 6:00 p.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Nursery Office 392-5968 Adult Electives, Royal Ransers, Mtsio.eues Nurser) Provided at all services Pre-School Bob Gray, Pastor 160 N.W. Gilman se, in, Pa,o, J,k v R,,e, Pastor of Youth Rick linh)e Pastor of Kid's Ministries Mike Berrst'o=d Adult Education Tom Neumann News of Church activities Poto, o, Adu,tM,is,,,,, Eafl(;o,d .... Director of Counling Hden K onyha Singles Ministries Dean KIr  . every week in t THE ISSAQUAH PRESS Uniting the world... One heart at a time " -'------.dlL  ;squ,h christian Chulh No cmed but Christ, no book but the Bible, no name but Christians 10300 ISSAQUAH-HOBART RD. 382-5848 FIBERGLASS PATIO COVER KITS sooo.,ss.,c00 ................... 8a.m. Bible School ................... 9:15a m Harvey PeRson, Mhster Worship ....... 10 30 a.m. Ke#hB,Assocte Evening Seice ". '.'.'.'." ............. ; p.m. 10'x12' kit includes all fiberglass panels, Youth Group ..................... p.. L lumber and hardware needed to build Isssaquah Church of the Nazarene this patio onto your home. per pkg. Our Sader 6' NIGN 6' NIGN Panas available in green, clear or white. E.E. Mi,er, Pastor -- 392-3138 -- 6,.-6009 Temporary location: Sunday School ........ 9:30 a m. CEDAR FENCE TREATED FENCE FIBERGLASS PANELS ONLY P' wo,,h,p .............. Lutheran Issaquah (formerly the Roadside Evening .............. 6:00 p.m. 28" --28" =,x, ........................ 64L. 26"X14" 1000a. Chapel) Churdl , Nt,,',v(.ry attendt.r all serv/( es Per 8' section per B' section ..... 745 Front Street S. Issaquah m  Includes: 16-1"x6"x6' Cedar Includes: (all treated) 16- 26"x10', ...................... 7700. 26"x16'. ................... 1179 St. Joseph Catholic Church :0000 boards, two 2"x4"x8' #2/btr fir 1"x6"x6' boards; two 2"x4"x8' ca. Parody W0rsh=p . rails, and one 4"x4"x8' treated rails, and one 4"x4"x8' post. 26"X12'. ...................... 94eDa. 220 it. Park Blvd., Issaquah P.O. Box 200, Issaquah Family Study ....... 9:30 Parish Priest House 400 Mt. Park Blvd. S.W. tnl0rmal W0rshp . 730 p m ,Pressure treated lumber. Phone 392-5516 Sunday Masses: 8:00, 9:30, 11:15 Richard L. Wendt. Pastor CONCRETE MIX , Saturday Evenings Anticipation Mass 5:30 p.m. 392"4'6' 3'2"3101 , ., Seventh Day Adventist Church SAMMAMISH HILLS 99 " : 425 EAST SUNSET WAY LUTHERAN -, Saturday Church 9:30 a.m. Sabbath School 11:00 a.m. CHURCH ' :-' PASTOR ROBERT FETRICK 392-4256 per 60 lb. sack " CHURCH PHONE 222-7151 The American Lutheran Church Reg. 2.69 , Corner 228th S,E. & S.E. 8th Lonestar mix-kwik concrete is ready to Pine Lake Covenant Church 485.8285 use--just mix with water. 3.Tab Presently meeting at Lutheran Bible Institute Worship:8:00 & 11:15a.m. Fiberglass 4221 228th S.E., Issaquah Sunday School 4"x4" TREATED POST Roofing Shingles Worship 9:30 a.m. Pastor Eric Josephson 9:15 & 10:15 a.m. Class for Children Phone 392-7115 Nurseryavailab/e 49 SALE N,trsery [ Norman L. 0rth Past0r 392-8643 PRICE Per Square FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST -- ISSAQUAH each WARRANTY, CLASS"A" at Issaquah Community Hail--180 E. Sunset Way I Public Reading Room 10:30 Sunday School I " FIRE RATING at 1250 N.W. Mall I Mon..Sat. 10-1 3 bundles cover 100 sq. ft. 1 7:30 Wednesday Eveninq Testimony Meeting I Wed. 10-4 4"x4"x8' treated posts, i Delivery at additional charge at 1250 N.W. Mall I 1250 N.W. Mall ,,, , , i -4 All Are Welcomed Behind McDonalds lib ii  RAILROAD BENDER Treated Treated TIES BOARD =- SLABBED LANDSCAPE '/"X 3'' Cedar PEELER CORES TIMBERS 49 00eD. 4 O 69 8 each 16 ,.,. | I ,.f. 595h 6 each ' Regular 9.99 V="x6" Cedar Reg. 6.55 Reg. 7.49 7"x9"x8' good quality Reg. #J) # t 4"x6"x8' 4"x6"x8' ' 28 I.f. ar.,11 I.f. THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH WELCOMES YOU ST. MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS EPISCOPAL PARISH 2nd S.E. and S.E. Darst, Issaquah, 392-3215 Rev. Dr. Laura Cameron Fraser, Rector Sunday Schedule: 8and 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist Sunday Nursery 10 a.m.. noon 11 a.m. Church School Wednesday: 11:30 a.m. Adult Education 10 a.m. 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. Issaquah Home Fellowship 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. PASTOR R.D. MARTIN, 222-7070 BELLEVUE HOURS 12600 BEL-RED ROAD eolstc,sc,ot " vm" ' Monday-Friday 7 am-5 pm Faith. Hope &,Love (,,,,, O OU4I ==- s,,...-= mm Saturday 8 am-4 pm "A World Vision WithA LocalConcern BJORN ERGMANN, Pastor mj..-v.?' | SUNDAY I0:00 I.m. Prlde lad Worship : Nurry provided Blble Te.ckn.&Sund, . 'R:, I ! " hool II ome rellowshipl ill week Sl al Men s Women s 't outh activities WEDNESDAY "/:30 p .... Bible .,.,.', " " ' ""1 t;] I I-.& I r. zz ,, m. s.r. (v, .,,,,, or -.q,,, .o,d, I..I 392-8188 I I IW | " _.3