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.... ; 300 9FS scn, larship able The Is.saquah High Boos- accepting applica- for its annual scholar- Program. Three scholar- of $300 each will be according to J.D. idd chairman of the ittee. To be eligible, graduating lust have a cumula- of at least 3.2 and their educa- It an accredited voca- School, college, or tion forms and ad- i about may be ob- at the school office or department head at High. Completed must be submit- than May 6. Selection committee Scholarships to the who, in the of the committee, meaningfully apply funds to continuing their on and future voca- review S q'l' a d Issaquah High Boost- Club Will sponsor review in verbal and math or StUdents planning to cholastic Aptitude college entrance. will place an em- procedures, anxiety and self confi- as Well as reviewing Students will take tests. COUrse will begin on April 18 and run andays, including ,lay 2, 9, 16 and erb; review will be to 6 P.m. and will be Barber. Mar- teach the math 6 to 'p.m. The be held at lssa- :lent may take one or with a fee of $15 being charged. A which will serve classes, will be on the first meeting for y$7. 'gistration will be accept- )oi during the lunch the Preceding week, Make checks e to Issaquah Senior Club. The to S may also be 19101 44th Way, lssaquah, Class size is limited to will be ac- at he first meeting, t. These were the good old days? Students at Apollo Elementary try some simple chores the old fashioned way at the school's Pioneer Day Thursday, March 31. Top, second grader Craig Downs energetically saws a log with retired teacher Ken Lee, who was "caught in a weak moment" and agreed to help out with the event; left, volunteer Henrietta Wickham, a hairdresser, curls Patricia John- son's hair with an iron heated over a lamp, and right, Kammy Metzger pounds dirty clothes in an old fashioned tub. Photos by Rodi Shemeta Ludlum. SPECIAL "SUNDA Y LINE" ANNOUNCING THE FIRST TV SHOWING OF THE DYNAMIC FILM -"THE GOD MAKERS" The movie Christian leaders say is a must for every Christian/A challenging and most reveafing documentary of this hard hitting film which un- masks the myth of Mormonism from the family home evening through the actual secret temple rituals. APRIL 10, 1983 - 3 to 5 P.M. CHANNEL 12 FROM BELLINGHAM - EITHER CABLE OR ANTENNA BE SURE NOT TO MISS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO VIEW THIS FILM New Menu, New Management, New Prices! Go . . BREAKFAST SPECIALS on|ng - Steak & Eggs .................... 4.75  L.., '/2 LB. Ground Round & Eggs ....... 3.95 .j  Ham & Eggs ..................... 3.75 j;r]P' Sliced Bacon and Eggs ............ 3.75 'IL_...,d_ Diced Ham & Scrambled Eggs ...... 3.75 IM ----------------1--1 Country Sausage & Eggs .......... 3.75 . IIIl/--.v,.\\;\ I IA Ham orCheese Omelet ............ 3.50 //,:e:re.,%\\;\ I rO Hare and Cheese Omelet .......... 3.95 Illllm T_ "IIII'P' Shrimp or Crab Omelet ............ 4.95 tIk_ J/) Jl Two F..@gs any Style ..... , ......... 2.40  U HASH BROWN POTATOE , 610/.DEN WAFFLi= SPECIAL I SATURDAY & SUNDAY SPECIAL 1 Waffle, 2 Strips Bacon, 1 Egg I Bloody Mary or Screwdriver "Y $2.35 -- Waffle Only $1.25 $1.00 w/Breakfast 'P: FOOTHILLS RESTAURANT )P.m. ,.rn.. 10p.m. & Valley Room iiman Bivd, , FRESH STEAMER 392-6154 CLAMS * 1291b. dOHNNIE'S ,, SEAFOOD JOHNNI E'S FOOD CENTER .170 Front St, N., Issaquah Hurry! Offer Ends Saturday, April 9, 1983 NOW OPEN In Downtown Issaquah Issaquah WATERBED WORLD Your Exclusive Outlet For 'Love Life" Woterbeds * Mattresses Frames Sheets Pillows Comforters Complete Line of Accessor{es 55 West Sunset Way 392-0179 OPTOMETRY Contact Lenses Family Vision Care Walter V. Cassidy, O.D. Member American Qptometric Association 1505 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 392-8756 CASCADE TAX & ACCOUNTING ='=.n, 392-6549 Cascade Business Park 1045 12th Ave. N .W., Suite 6, Issaquah Clubs Valley Seniors For the next eight weeks, seniors can participate in gentle exercise classes offered for $2 a lesson at Community Hall. Classes begin Thurs- day, April 8, and continue on a weekly basis. Sign up at the Senior Center. On Monday, April 11, seniors leave for Bellevue Square at 10 a.m. There will be a board meeting on Tues- day, April 12, at 1:30 p.m. Seniors should sign up by April 7 for a trip to see the tulips in Mt. Vernon on Wednesday, April 13th. The trip costs $18, including transportation. Issaquah Christian Women's Club The lssaquah Christian Women's Club will present "Affordable Elegance" a fashion show and brunch at the Issaquah Holiday Inn, April 14 at 9:15 a.m. "Uptown" fashions for "down" home prices from Loretta Osborn of Stretch 'n Sew will be shown. There will be "Uptown" music by Bar- bara Emanual and "down" home reflections from Bron- wyn Wilson. For reservations call Patti Stelma at 392-3725 or Joanne Heater at 641-1022. University Women The Issaquah Branch, American Association of University Women will have a luncheon Saturday, April 16, at 11:30 in the Newport Yacht Club. For reservations at $7.50 each send checks to B. J. Livingston before April 8th or call 392-8120. Cathy Spagnoli of the Storytellers League will pre- sent "Voices of American The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, April 6, 1983 - Page 5 Women, A History in Stories and Songs." She is a profes- sional story teller who uses her training in drama and dance in her presentation. Mirrormont Community Club The Mirrormont Commu- nity Club will meet April 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the clubhouse. Elections will be held for the offices of president, vice- president, treasurer, secre- tary and director. Candidates for president include David Hosea and Jim Pavack; vice president, Harold Morrison and Douglas Gould; treasurer, Garden Larsen; secretary, Cheryl Young. Nominations for any of the above offices will also be I accepted from the floor. Call 392-0342 to nominate can- didates. Bruce Laing, represen- tative on the King County Council has agreed to come Civil Engineering will also be present. This issue is of major im- portance to all the residents of the Pine Lake area and anyone who uses Pine Lake or the King County Park on the lake. Pine Lake Garden Club Native plants will be the topic of discussion with an informative presentation by Jane Forbes for the April 13 meeting of the Pine Lake Garden Club. Each month the club has a short business meeting, a bag lunch, and a special presenta- tion dealing with gardening in the Pacific Northwest. Please feel welcome to join anytime. The club will meet at Jean Hurt's home, 21711 S. E. 35th St. at 10:30 a.m. For more information, phone her at 392-5824 or Betty Rubin at Property tax seminars held The King County Tax Ad- visor's office will resume property valuation appeals classes starting this month. Classes will be held for tax- payers who wish to learn the proper process of appealing valuation of property they think has been over-valued and over-assessed. These classes will be for appealing values of taxes payable in 1984 only. The fil- ing date deadline for 1983 taxes has past. Although the classes are set up to help peo- ple having residential proper- ty inquiries, the tax advisor and his staff will also answer questions on commercial property. Classes will be held in any area of the county requested to the meeting. He will open 392-5885. by groups of 20 or more his presentation with a 16 ............................. citizens, or community minute movie on the opera- tion of King County govern- ment. He will then field ques- tions from the floor. Pine Lake Community Club The Pine Lake Community Club will host a community meeting regarding the Pine Lake Restoration Project on Wednesday, April 6, at 7"30 p.m. in the clubhouse. The clubhouse is located at the corner of 212th Ave. S.E. and S.E. 20th St. This project deals with the restoration of water quality in Pine Lake. Representa- tives of Metro, the Washing- ton State Department of Ecology, the King County Department of Public Works, and King County Water and Sewer District No. 82 will all be on hand. Dr. E. B. Welch of the University of Washington Department of 'Lion, Witch and Wardrobe' plays Eastside's Family Theatre will present C.S. Lewis' "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe," April 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 28 and 29. The production will play at the Lee Theatre, Forest Ridge School, 4800 139th S.E., top of Somerset in Bellevue. The role of Asian will be played by veteran actor Don Dew. Cheri Adams of Issa- quah is the forbidding White Witch. Belva June O'Brion, also of lssaquah, plays Mrs. McReady. There will be Friday after- school matinees April 14 and 29 at 4:30 p.m., and Satur- day matinees April 9 and 15 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are available and information on group rates, call 455-4196 or 747-8307. organizations. The groups in- terested in forming a class must also arrange a meeting place. To make arrangements, please call 344-5205, or write: King County Tax Advisor, 540 King County Admini- stration Building, Fourth and James, Seattle, WA 98104. Hi-Tones hold garage sale The lssaquah Hi-Tones is having a garage sale at Gib- son Hall Thursday and Fri- day, April 7 and 8, 10-5, to help defer any costs of their annual spring concert tour. The Hi-Tones will be per- forming the week of May 9 in Los Angeles and San Fran- cisco. I Open a Capital Savings I.R.A. before you file your 1982 tax return. Lower your taxable income and Get tax deferred earningsll! OPEN A CAPITAL SAVINGS I.R.A. BEFORE APRIL 15 AND SAVE $600- DedUCt $2,000 from an individual return in 30% tax bracket. SAVE $1,200- Deduct $4,Q00 from a joint return in 30% tax bracket. YOUR MONEY GROWS IN A CAPITAL SAVINGS I.R.A. Deposit $2,000 annually at 9.00% and in 10 years you will save $33,914. Deposit $4,000 annually at 9.00% and in 10 years you will save $67,828 illustration only, rate may vary ' Call local 10ranch for current rates .. substantial penalty for early withdrawal 'i .... / " ....... ISSAQUAH -- 11 FRONT ST. S. -- 392-7553 AND SERVING YOU THROUGHOUT WASHINGTON AND NORTHEASTERN MONTANA