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Arsenal second in state Je Arsenal, Issaquah's under-17 soccer champions placed second In the state by losing 2-1 to North County's H&L Sports at Renton Stadium. It was the Year playing together under the direction of the coach John Sumpter. Ted and John Basacchl (bottom) became airborne during the game. Photos US. Downtown Issaquah 392-6923 ig prices are going upl Now is the to buy that building you need, with ING as low as $68.05 per month." and Storage, Delivered to your site. SUDDly only i ng  Price subject to differing county codes, plus tax, FOB job site. Job pie mum have normal acces. 31X68" Price ubject 1o change without notice. :} door One aluminum sliding Jrr, JL scre Hi-tensile galvanized _ and walls Many options to =m for a,, your ns 111 'x11,- $2844. I11=111111t X48'x11,. $3317.  X60' X 11' - $3633. (24'x48'xll'pictured/ proven themselves the leader in gned buildings at competitive prices. It takes a . eputation for quality that CEN EX has. With thousands of Jstorners, it's no wonder that CENEX is the number one supplier of ngs in the Pacific Northwest. For a professional approach to your local dealer, or call Toll Free. They plus quality and value that lasts. wide range of building= and imoeo=mde= In and oolom, ouom clmlgned to fit your nee building  for  oomitruoUon C EN EX t a licemvld and bonded contractor. Contractor licenN NO. (223"01 -FA-R M-EU-C 186K7 ) for qulllty and value that laMs. deigned bulkflng= It eompetve prk:e=. DIUI iPlicable islet tax, 36 motlthly wultallmentt. 30 down Iyment. 14' APR lot Iko1oKI Ct=ltomer| only CUSTOM BUILDINGS 200 West Mercer, Suite 305, Seattle WA 98119 area representative Grange Supply Issaquah 392.6469 to a getable Starts C:;'";w' Potatoes rb -21 rles re | cken Manu. getable Fertilizer -- lZJnon--tocontrolcutwormslnrootcrops Lime ' Hot Kaps SHOP YOUR COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER: At H&R Block we guarantee our work. ed Rhododendrons * Prune and Feed Roses Lawns for Cranefly --see us for information spr,ng savings t,me .=r 1 ga, ............................. S1.10 Urnum Davidii 1 gal ............... $1.99  rrnia shade, ga, ...................... Sl.99  NOW OPEN ALL WEEKEND! .' ,' 8E-VE-NF.N2OSOF 392-7657 Issaquah Alps hikes i Co-sponsored by lssaquah Parks and Recreation. No previous sign-up is necessary; just show up at the ap- pointed time and place. All hikes meet at the lssaquah Park and Ride Lot. March 17, 9:30 a.m., Tiger Mt. Railroad Grade sampler. Leader Dwight Riggs, 271-8398 or 772-1666. A complete circumnavigation of the West Tiger summits on a network of artifact-filled logging railroad grades. Go to Poo Poo Point the hard way. March 19, 8:30 a.m., Middle Tiger via 15 Mile Creek. Leader: Stan Unger, 283-7823. Ascend steeply to the Middle Tiger Railroad Grade and Tiger Mountain Trail to views of Mt. Rainier and West. March 19, 12:30 p.m., The Boulders. Leader: Barbara Johnson, 746-3291. In the valley of Cougar Mt. Wilderness Creek lie house-sized chunks of andesite which tumbled off the cliffs above. A short climb up to Big View Cliff is worth the effort and on a crystal clear day you can see Mt. Rainier. March 20, 8:30 a.m., Grand Tiger traverse. Leader: Mark Follett 937-2114. Ascend from the Middle Tiger Railroad to Fifteen Mile Pass and then descend via a new railroad trail to the Dick Heinz Trail to Preston. A fantastic one-way trip due to car switching. March 20, 12:30 p.m., Coal Creek. Leader: Steve Williams, 232-8072. Another section of Coal Creek will be explored on this hike which starts near Lake Washington and follows the stream through a more urban setting, bushwhacking in a few spots when not lucky enough to find a fisherman's trail. The termination is the Parkway where the January hike started. March 22, 9:30 a.m., Anti-Aircraft Peak via Lakemont Gorge. Leader: Harvey Manning 746-1017. A new trail starts at Lakemont Gorge. It climbs steeply after crossing Peltola Creek and passes some lovely waterfalls and seemingly virgin fir. The views of Lake Sammamish from here are smashing. Kids learn kite-making in library program "Regarding: Go Fly a Kite" is a free slide and tape show and craft program about kites sponsored by the Issaquah Library on Tues- day, March 22, at 4 p.m. All children ages 6 to 12 are invited to participate. The program will be held at the Issaquah Community Center. Speakers from Seattle's Great Winds Kite Shop will be on hand to show several different types of kites and teach youngsters how to make their own. All mater- ials will be provided. Participants must pre- register by calling or visiting the Issaquah Library, located behind City Hall. The tele- phone number is 392-5430. I III CASCADE TAX & ACCOUNTING =o,o,,_, 392-6549 Cascade Business Park 1045 12th Ave. N.W., Suite 6, Issaquah Opening Soon! In Downtown Issaquoh ISSAQUAH WATERBEDS ETC. Your Exclusive Outlet F II el" I! or LOVe Life Waterbeds Mattresses Frames Sheets Pillows Comforters Comolete Line of Accessories 55 W. Sunset Way, Issaquah 392.0179 This year with over 100 changes in the tax laws and forms, you have more chances of making a mistake. And that could mean an IRS audit. If H&R Block prepares your taxes and you're audited, we go with you at no added cost, Not as your legal repre- sentative, but to explain how your taxes were pre- pared. If we make a mistake and you owe additional tax, you pay only the tax. We pay the penalty and interest. II H&R BLOCK The new tax laws. This year's number one reason to go to H&R Block. owot,o.,nlSSAQUAH 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 Local Issaquah soccer teams will play at the Washington State "Soccerfest," the Lakewood Soccer Club 5-A-side Youth Tournament, to be held March 26 and 27. teams in 'Soccerfest' This year's event will be held at Fort Steilacoom Park in Pierce County. There will be 430 teams from all over Washington represented. 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 to6, Fri. 9 to 5, Saturday 10 to 5. Call for an appointment. ..... J " Fasano ,, , ;.; COFFEE SHOP, ",-, 4 DINING ROOM & LOUNGE the songs of the Irish. Irish Coffee *1 /ill day and evening, in the Lounge only Braised Corned Beef Brisket and Cabbage Special LOUNGEWEAR & LINGERIE FASHION SHOW by Patricia Joy's Friday, March 18 6:15 p.m. ::rch 16, 1983 - Page9 WANT BETTER QUALITY HOME PRODUCTS? Try WATKIN'S GOURMET SPICES -- no salt added; World's Best Vanilla Extract -- Zestful Seasonings. FULLER mops, cleaners and other household aids. IRV KRAMER, FULLER BRUSH & WATKIN'S DEALER 392"7022 .noanswerca// 392-2510 EOR ISSAQUAH ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS MARCH 21-25 Men.- Hot Dog Rollup, Vegetarina Beans, Peaches, Cookie Tues.- Hamburger, French Fries, Vegetable Sticks, Pears & Pineapple Wed.- Taco, Cornbread, Peas, Rosy Applesauce Thurs.- Turkey Gravy w/Whipped Potato, Roll, Green Salad, Jello w/Fruit Fri.- Pizza Boy, Green Salad, Apple Quarters, Chocolate Chip Cookie ;O. SECONDARY SCHOOL ENTREES Men.- Hot Dog Rollup or Tuna Fish Sand- wich Tues.- Hamburger or Fishwich or Bologna Sandwich Wed.- Lasagna or Egg Salad Sandwich Thurs.- Turkey Gravy over Mashed Potatoes or Meat Salad Sandwich Fri.- Pizza Boy or Turkey Sandwich court(?sy (d PUGET SOUND BAKING CO. in Mark-It Foods 392-1341 Tea Room -- 355 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 392-1700 Open II II Ill I Open Saturday 9:30 to 12:30 Bellevue 160 106 N.E. 454.8081 Totem Lake 12560 120 N.E. 821-6699 Issaqu 11 Front Street S. 392-7553