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reation corner Issaquah Parks and Recreation Department is taking for the following classes. For further information 392-7131. boys & girls grades 1-3 1 -- boys & girls, grades 4-6 Open Gym -- Mondays, Clark Elementary, $1 per night, 7:30-9:30 p.m. nit Basketball Open Gym -- Tuesdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m., High, $1 per person per night. in the spring session will include: "se Aerobic Dancercise Fitness ,essons Basketball Class for Juniors Softball T-ball ym Open Gym Repair rn Dance ;wing ty Workshop for Teens for Youth Pictures g Seminar Classes night discounts available Lth annual Issaquah is scheduled for March 17 at Ski by the Issa- and Recreation coupons for a on the price of ski ire available in the Press and at the in City Hall. COupon, all lift cost only $5.50. ticket may be 17 only and bet- of 1:30 p.m. r BYU ny swims Morgan, 1982 of Issaquah High for Brigham Young this season. The freshman will is a junior na- in the 100 and backstroke. He 'irst.in the 100-yard :n Washington :second in the 200- married? Plan to be married next few months, let know about it. and wedding available at the office hours, through Friday, 9 P.m. and 10:30 p.m. The itinerary for the even- ing is as follows: 1:30-8 p.m., you're on your own to ski to your heart's content; 8:15-9 p.m., ski races; 9:15-9:45 p.m., drawing for prizes donated by lssaquah-area merchants. Join us for a fun- filled evening! Liberty athletes honored at Winter Sports Dessert Liberty High athletes were and Randy Smith was voted honored at the school's Sixth most improved. In girl's Annual Winter Sports basketball, PamPaysenowas Dessert on February 24. voted captain and shared Wrestling coach Chuck "most inspirational" honors Olson, basketball coaches with Jodee Johnson. Cindy Dave Johnson and Chan McBridewas most improved. Stubbs and cheerstaff ad- Tracy Jewett was named visor Chris McDade captain of the boy's basket- presented awards, ball team. Cam Addis was Rama Keating was named most improved and Jeff captain of the wrestling team Brown, most inspirational. Registration begins for Y camp in San Juans Registration for YMCA Camp Orkila in the San Juan Islands begins on Saturday, March 5 at the Eastside Family YMCA, BeI-Red Road and 144th NE in Belle- vue. Summer camping ses- sions, ranging from 8 to 29 dtys, run from June 20 through September 2. Located on Orcas Island, YMCA Camp Orkila offers a variety of camp programs for boys and girls ages eight to 17 years old. Hiking, nature study, boating, swimming and exploration of surround- ing areas highlight each ses- sion. Camp Orkila is the oldest camp in the Pacific Northwest and for over 76 years has served more than 90,000 boys and girls. A new Investigations in Science program for 6th and 7th graders is featured this year. This program combines the thrills of science dis- covery with the excitement of a traditional camp program. To register for Camp Orkila, call the Eastside Family YMCA at 746-9900. H&R Block preparers have received special training to help you this year. Did you know there are two different short forms, increased deductions for an IRA, and in- creased child care credits ... and many more changes? We've done our homework on the new tax laws, so you don't have to. H&R BLOCK The new tax laws. This year's number one reason to go to H&R Block. NewLocationlnlSSAOUAH Open Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call for an appointment or come in at your convenience. Evenings by appointment Upstairs in the Mercantile Building 485 Front St. North 392-4323 I I I I Issaquah Alps hikes All hikes are free and open to the public. They meet at the lssaquah Park and Ride lot. Hikes are co-sponsored by Issaquah Parks and Rec- reation. Friday, March 11, 9:30 a.m. High Point in Issaquah. Leader: Pat Kaald 746-8741. Starting from High Point off 1-90 avoids a climb up to the plateau but all the usual at- tractions are there to be en- joyed at the leader's choice. A view down to Issaquah is a must. Camp sessions fill rapidly, so Saturday, March 12, 12:30 register soon. Camp fees p.m. Grand Canyon of 15- start at $127. Mile Creek. Leaders: Kate RoundSteakl Beef $ Full-Cut Bone-In 79 Sirloin Tip **,.LBone'ess Bee, $269 uFIUI U,S.D.A. Choice... lb. Roast u s0A Ch0ice. lb. Beef Rump Boneless s 199 Salami ChuboBE,,o ....... B .... $299 ........ Pkg, 20 .... $329 Dinner Polish 0BERTO ............. Pkg. Corned Beef Sl Sa,.wo, 79 ISAVe 70'.-,b.l Ib and Bob Gross, 392-8292. Ascent Tiger Mountain's largest stream to teh slot ca- nyon sliced in sandstone and coal. Search for fossils and amber. A possible loop can be made to the Middle Tiger Railroad Grade which adds an extra hour to the trip. Sunday, March 13, 8:30 a.m. West Tiger 3. Leader Jerry Wheeler 242-9344. The 360 degree view from West Tiger 3 is always a great at- traction. This summit, though lower, is more isolated and alpine than the other summits with their forest of antennas. The climb Fryers Whole Fresh Ib. Salmon Alaska Silver Brite Keto $219 4 to 9-lb., Head Off, Frozen ......... lb. n_ster s Fresh 10 .... $1 "/9 Medium ,,r H,ETON ......... Jar Ground " Any Size $1=9 ueet Pockage .............. lb. Pork " -Bane,e. $149 KOaST Shoulder Butt .............. tb. Bar S Tasty Dogs c_ 59 c Franks 1 -lb. [SAVE 40'] Pkg. Loun,r, Detergent Box 12-lb. Sl .OMJ Yogurt  Also, 6-oz. " " kGourmet Ctns. g MPE,AL t-lb. o, Margarine Cube ................. Pkg . Parkay Light Spread .... .bTuh $139 Biscuits P,LLSBU,,. Bo.ermi,k .,S-De S, or Country Style .............  Tubes | G ,, .... $189 ! rape Juice SENECA ........... Bo,,'e j Tomato Sauce OIL MON,E ....... 4 B-o,; Sl GOING 0gT OF BUSINESS! tApple I";',,,,,,,e*wn.Hau,e .......... "' S139Bo,,o EVERYTHING GOES! =Pork&BeansvANcAMp.s ..... '!:n39' jCreamCheeseo%n; ......... %',99' Medium Cheese SFe7 ,b S249 THE HUOVAR MOTEL WILL BE TORN DOWN ON Canned Pop  .... . MONDAY, MARCH 14th TO MAKE ROOM FOR Cragmont = ! 29 = Mozzarella BalIK,A. ....... 'g'. $1" A NEW SKIPPER'S SEAFOOD 'N CHOWDER HOUSE! TOTAL LIQUIDATION SALE g 600:n00l m Chili & Beans ,own.o--Alac DOWN TO THE BARE WALLS!   ':;" i91 BAKED GOODS WINE AND BEER " BEDS TELEVISIONS MIRRORS DRESSERS STOVES _ REFRIGERATORS " LAMPS CARPETS PAINTINGS GoIIo hoblis B, .... Hearty Burgundy $3=9 or Pink Chablis ...................... 1.5-L LIVINGROOM FURNITURE HIDE-A-BED WATERBED ,__, e NavolleChoblis, NavalleRose' $599 inglenook or Novelle Rhine ............. 3.0-t -AND MUCH MORE ALL AT INCREDIBLE PRICES- Pabst BLUE Cons ,' R,BBON Beer ............... 6 -o, $229 SALE STARTS WED., MARCH 9th, 9 a. m. Miller,LEeR Beer i .......... 12%.'; $4 ?9 FIRST COME - FIRST SERVE ;A-i j-:i!!!  ALL SALES FINAL -- NO DEALERS PLEASE ...... : HUOVAR MOTEL =ANoShoulderssham,oo.. ...... " BathTissue VARIETY DEPT. l:ront Colgateroothposte. 4.6-0z. Street N., Isaaquah 392-2595 ]q ............... ube 99' Loving Care"r Cola ..... 2 For $5 MD Quaker t41, . Hvy. Dty. Motor Oil 99' , .,=30w, ............ Q,. Pkg. of I 4 Rolls ISSAQUAH - SKI NIGHT THURSDAY, MARCH 17th this coupon end $5.50 provides a night of fun st Ski-Acres, or Snoqualmie Summit 1:30 to 10:30 p.m. cash value 1/20ol One cent I ' ____.ZJ couPo, MUST  ACCOMPANY ORDER J Enlargements I S"xT" I 8"x10" /eEac Iv_-.L__ Good 3t9 thru 3 2 Only, Seattle lllE/ 5T'i;ionCoupon. Ca,h olue t/20' f T P.,., ,o,, 59 owelscoRo.,, ...... o,,,, ISSAQUAH The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, March 9, 1983 - Page 13 is steep in ples but not hard and the rewartls all along the way are certainly worth it. Monday, March 14, 9:30 a.m. North End of TMT Loop. Leader: Connie Dow, 392-2190. The newly rerouted end of the TMT makes a wonderful beginning for a hike which climbs from High Point through old fir to a bright open alder forest. Lovely stream crossings, on well made bridges, (one would make a picnic spot) lead to the intersection of the old TMT and the other side of the loop to the cars. Some steady climbing but not steep and the total loop 4tA miles. wEST COAST DEPARTURES LOWER COST CARAVAN EUROJET TOURS FROM $929 10 value-packed tours to all of Europe, incl. Scandinavia,/Ups, Ireland & Britain, Iberia, Greece. tO-22 days, escorted, all expense, First Class hotels, $929 to 51698, double occupancy, plus air. Departures May-Oct. For free brochure: =--  $_-- "We find the best price'" 48 front street north, issaquah 392.0330 Grapes White Seedless Chilean lb. Hawaiian Pineapple Jumbo..Each $1 s9 Fresh Tomatoes ..... 4 Coun, .... kg. 99' Kiwi Fruit 6 Count .................  79' Navel Oranges SUNKIST .......... 3,b, Sl Ruby Grapefruit *'xa' 4 88 Sweet Large For I Artichokes Fresh Jumbo C Sunkist Lemons ................ 5 For $ ! Calif. Avocados ....... 5 Count Pkg 89' Salad Onions n'e'ed wh,t ................. I 39' NO. 1 Yams Bic,,,, Flovo ................ 4,sSl Granny Smith Apples 5 ,. s139 Bag Juice O r$n;t:'hFBr:[en $ 'C':n  t Homestyle Lucerne. OldFash. HolFGo'. s29 Vanilla Ice Cream ....... Ctn. 1 m Assorted ce .ream s.ow Star. HaIFGol. s 149 ........... Carton jt Cool we.:. B,RO*E*E. Regular 8-oL ao 11111111/or X-Creamy, Frozen ....... Tub 01 .KeAFT M:racle Whip DUNCAN HINES 18.25-oz. Box D II Mrs. Wright's 48-oz. Cinnamon .o,,s o,o., ........ P,g S349 g. e R. Mrs. Smith's 37o,- s9 ]ii[BUTTER'I:gg Isreaaw.gh,s ......... too,.. Apple Fie Natural Juice. Froz ........ Pg: "2  SESAME . R __J Mrs 24-0, O0' g Corn or Peas r:;c ,u, ........ 3t::: '1 Gt,ND" Cookies === e BANQUET 17.oz *'S9 1 ManpleaserFraze.Onne ......... k' "1  1.5.o=.So.dwtch A m A Cremes or   -4[llJ Clam Chowder ..--.,o,,...,.om.,,,,...lll ,. I'"" L._j s.ow, S119 w,,.'-," lltll & Creamy ..... l-oz. Envelopes g ,On.. Ii jt Cocoa u,_ ,ES,LE Bi.h Pkg o,t,,,,, J Flickettes H,RAB0,LL, ........... !;,s 1' 9 j Safflower OiI H0tLYWO0O.,... Bottle37 .... s2o9  Moist MA'E" PUSS 'N BOOTS 12-OZ. eWllUlla Cot Food ........... Pkg. 87' Facial Tissue Truly ..o' ; 59' Fine .......... Beef Ravioli CHEF  BB I!I BOY-AR-DEE  I 17 40-oz. 1 Cake Mixes . Can -- Snack Crackers 'r B o, ........ B. 69 t Frosting ,u,., ,,.,..,. s I- HINES, RTS ....... Gin Prices effective Wednesday, March 9th thru Tuesday, March 15, 1983. Sales in retoij quantities only. t1 Saltines NABISCO, Premium 1-lb OO' or Unsalted .......... Box 11 1 Bounce SheetsFar'c So,,..e ........ o?g $2" Kidney n....- Red ,,a, ,-,voS s  w ........... coo 85 7.oz. $139 Peanut Butter SUPERMAN ....... Jar L