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SKI ACRES AND SNOQUALMIE SUMMIT Spring Spec00 A first-class campout ngst the tadpoles and cattails for these young Camp Fire Girls. Instead, group members "pooled" their candy earnings and celebrated In style at itln Hotel last Friday night. The group got a rather substantial break on the also treated to a hamburger dinner on the house. But mostly they came en bringing their own lifeguard. From left Is Wendl Wasley, Cathy Carlson, Lisa hristine Wolford and Kate Glover. Also along were Darey Emry, Laura Fulton, )er, Janny Taylor, Tori Vogt and group leader Jan Wasley. "It turned out to be a gger deal than I ever expected," said Wasley. Photo by Rhoda Donkin. ,oc horsemen organize vegon trail ride by Holly Hagen - U.W. intern For those who have dream- a "home on the range, the deer and the play,', it's time to those ponies and 'era out the John ;r Trail. Backcountry Washington are an April 7 wagon will ride on the Wayne Trail from to Othello, where the Will culminate in a COvered Wagons and will travel in the Yesterday to capture spirit and get the of the state tare, according to SUit. horseman Andy "We need to use the trail, or we'll have to forget it," Neault said. "It's the only place where you can drive a wagon," he said. The trail was purchased by the state of Washington in the 70's from the Milwalkee Railroad Company, and there are disagreements to- day as to what the trail should be used for. The Backcountry Horsemen want the trail to ride on. Bicyclist want the trail for cross country cycle trips. The farmers in the area own land around the trail and want to get rid of the horsemen. Stuart Andersen of Black Angus Farms said he will not give up his land to the horsemen. The trail stretches from Easton, Wash. to the Idaho ( ARNET A RAINBOW OF GEMS A family of related minerals, gem garnets ac- anthUS e.very color except Gallery blue. Nature 'S o_ o.Wmg the largest collection of garnets ever i,,'erabled in the Northwest -- loose gems, fr:rl d Specimens, and fine jewelry, priced , 2 to $2,000 Come introduce your rami- to. our family of garnets, in all of their au..tiful, natural colors, March 26th through "Prll 10th. border. It was bought for use of its mineral rights, transmission lines and the possibility of its use as a pipeline. It is a smooth, grad- ed trail, Neault said, and is ideal for use by the public. At this point there are 10 wagons registered for the ride and 60 riders. It is also being promoted as a backpacking trip, Neault said. Last year there were four wagons in a trip made such as this, and interest appears to be grow- ing. Families and riders of all ages are registered, with much of the interest being taken by "old guys", Neault said. The trip is well organized, with the horsemen serving as "trail bosses" for the trip, and a chuck wagon meal ser- vice provided for those in- terested. Patches and charter membership to the John Wayne Pioneer Trail will be given to all who participate. A donation of $10 per rider will be used for trail maintenance. All entries should be mailed to Jack Price, Happy Trails, 10719 142nd PI. SE, Renton, WA 98056 (226-7848). Make checks payable to The Pioneer Wagon Train and Riders. I LOST 30 LBS. AND AM KEEPING IT OFF! SAFELY! WITH DELICIOUS LIVING PROOF SUPER SLIM , DIET DRINK NATURE S GALLERY It costa lees than r,,_ _ eating, and you 'tLMAN VILLAGE 392-8115 w, feelgreatl HOurs: Monday--Saturday 10 to 5, Sunday noon to 5 392-151g lrhe 1983 Issaquah Map & l00U00lness Directory Is Coming! d ty local business with need of a listing in this year's lit on of the map/directory, or a quantity of 25 or more Qpu should contact The Issaquah Press by Friday, "Pql 8th. VARIETY DEPT. WII E AND BEER THE ISSAQUAH PRESS "Our business is helping your business succeed'" ro. Street South 192-6454 Vocal jazz group praised The Issaquah High School Vocal Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Bill Klein, made its first appearance at the 7th Annual Vocal Jazz Festival presented by Sound- sation 83 at Edmonds Com- munity College last Satur- day. The eight clinicians from around the state praised the group for their fine choral blend, their intonation and rhythmic concepts, the improvisation and the jazz excitement communicated to the audience. At the conclu- sion of their three numbers, the audience made up of thirty-five other vocal jazz groups gave them a standing ovation. Cheryl White, soloist with the group, received a cer- tificate of outstanding achievement for her per- formance in the song "Sun- day." Also mentioned by the judges was the outstanding backing provided by the in- strumental combo made up of Jim Shiner on piano, Liz Schmoe on bass guitar and Duane White on the d'ums. The ensemble remained for the evening performance pro- vided by the outstanding Ed- monds Community College Vocal Jazz Ensemble, the "Soundsations' ' and the guest artists, the amazing "Hi- Lo's." Former Issaquah High School Vocal Jazz members, Mike Hiatt, pianist and Dave Braun, guitarist, were impressive as they per- formed with the "Sound- sations." The Issaquah High Vocal Jazz Ensemble will be kept very busy in the weeks ahead as they participate in Vocal Jazz Festivals held through- out the state. Their next ap- pearance will be at the Viking Jazz Contest held at Poulsbo, Washington on Saturday, March 26. Those interested in hearing the Jazz Ensemble are invited to at- tend. Practice begins for Sonrise Service Choir practice is coming up for the Sunrise Service to be held Easter morning at 6:30 a.m. at the Issaquah High School Football Stadi- um. Practices will he held Sun- day, March 27 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. at Our Savior Lutheran Church, and April 2 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the football stadium. The community choir will be led by Bill Klein. Any choir members who have a copy of the Hallelujah Chorus should bring it to practice. The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, March 23, 1983 - Page 7 :;17.50 Lift Ticket & Bus April 6th or 7th 232-8210 Serving Suggestion 2-Breast Qs. 2-Lngc 2-Back Pieces 2-Hacks Fryers Fresh, Cut-up Thrifty Pack Wash. Grown Top Round Stea t- U.S.D.A. Choice s2 IlL Beet, Boneless .... lb. Beef %o,. u,o cha,c, s2" Steak Bon;,;s; ........... , Veal Arm Steak SD, Cho,. .... ,h *2" Veal Shank U.S.D.A. Choice ............ lb. $1 *' Beef Rump Roast Boneless $1'9 U.S.D.A. Choice lb. * Beef Steak Full-Cut Bone-In Round $ 79 lb. 12-oz. 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Chablis, Rose' S-Liter ilIU||Vll or Rhine ............... eottle $599 Andre' White or Pink Champagne, 750-ML S/69 Sparkling Burgundy or Cold Duck ...... Bottle r. Rainier ,o ,,-o, Beer,etur. ..... 24 s749 ...... Bottles Country Club 90 n " ,,-oz s2" V Liquor ....... U Cans Prices effective Wednesday, March 23rd thru Saturday, March 26, 1983.  JJ J Town House Musnrooms S,es  Pioces .... 24..co., $1 tt Spaghetti Sauce0, ...... ?. $1" t Spaghetti ,,,,ON or 12.oz. 92-ol. w,. E. Noo0,,s .......... ,0. 79' t Parmesan .':: B.,. s  9, ............... Ctn. Spag. Sauce Mixrow, ..... '.:kC;: 29' Sales in retail quantities only. Buttertop Bread ..oz. 69= Mrs. Wrights .......... Loaf ISSAQUAH