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PaBe 6 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, April 6, 1983 Time to get pet licenses Dog and cat licenses expire April 1. New licenses must be purchased by April 30. They can be obtained from Issa- quah City Hail, King County Animal Licensing (Room 403, King County Adminis- tration Building) or by call- ing 344-4195 and requesting an animal control officer come to your home and issue a license. No animal licenses will be issued through Issaquah City Hall to senior citizens using the lifetime license plan. To take advantage of this life- time license, call 344-4195. Liberty DECA winners On April 28 through 30, two members of the Liberty High Marketing and Distributive Education Program will take part in the annual state DECA conference at the Sea Tac Red Lion Inn. Jeff Brown and Scott Nazaflon qualified for state at the Area Two conference March 15. Students who participated In the area conference are pictured, from left: Nazarlno. Brown, Lenny Pyper, advisor Diane Dalley, Terry Shield, Chris Wilson and Eric De Shaw. \\; BladeRoast C U.S.D.A. Choice Beef lb. 7-Bone n__.. o s o A c,c. $1 " Rugs| Beef ............... lb. Cross Rib Roast u.so, Cha. B.., ........... ,h $1'' Pork Blade Steak ............. ,b Sl" Ground Turkey Fro,. ............. ,b 99' FLORAL DEPT. Pork Roast $149 Shoulder Butt lb. Ill II II I Serving Suggestt3n Turkeys 10 to I4-1bs. Frozen, Grade A Selected Brands lb. C 1Jb. $1. Sliced Bologna ofewo, ......... Pkg Sliced = .... 12.,b'S, ,-,b Sl" IuVlIII Smok-A-Romo ........ Pkg. Shrimp u..-= Cooked S4" m=OI Frozen ............... tb. Frozen Shrimp"RTH'R" $7'' STAR .............. lb. Variety Pack Beef OSCAR MAYER or S149 Regular 12-OZ. Pkg. I 6-OZ. GourflNIt, $ FerSl ] Lucerne Assorted Yogurt $ 8-OZo Ctns. M Corn0, -, 69 argarine cu.. PR ........ Pk, Mozzarella Bail.AFT ..... ':;: *2" g KRAFT B -oz. Mozzarella .. ........ Pkg s 1 ss j Pudding'W"S"s kR of, s Chat. ar Tapioca .... 4.2S-az. Ctns. 10, PI' Hot Loaf l00CI Truly Fine Roll of 119 Pinto Beans Town ,.,b Ha.. ............ Pkg 59 Yuban Coffee .,h .............. Con s7" ADC " __AXW. ,b s6=, 1.0flee .ousE ............ Con J Master Dr- -JIVUxwm HOUSE $5 99 DlJla Coffee ....... 39-oz. Instant Coffee soHR,. .. ,0, .... ,or s3" Olive Oil HA=EO. ............ .-aZBa.,. $4'0 ,[ Chili & Towo ,0.o, Beans ,,o, ........... con sl's Grape Juice WE,C., ......... 0o;; s l'S Strawberry Jam uc.,,s %z; '249 Cragmont Pop Spaghetti ,,o, ............. !;, s 2 ' Peanut Butter = ,.?2 s' WINE AND BEER VARIETY DEPT. ChunkTuna STAR-KIST 6.S-oz. Can SAFEWAY BAKED GOODS  Un|i=b English, Mrs, Wright's Plain, OJ14-oz, ea mui IllliSr. Dough, Wheat/Honey,.. 4. Pkgs. I'/ g Mrs Wright S o. Bread,0o .... i ..a, .,. .......... Loaf U7 WHEAT g 4.6-0z. Aqua-fresh Too,h.,. .......... Tube 99' g IPL  VIDALSASSOOH e-oz. $/1129 anompoO,r Finishing Rinse ....... Bottle ,It'. Motor Od Valvoline ,ow.,0 ............. Quart 99' Heater Fuel 2 Gallon SL99 J Keroseno ................ Can u I I ISS== QUAH Pine Lake Honor Society adds new members The Pine Lake Wolverine Chapter of the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony was held Wednes- day, March 16. Fifty-two members were added to the other 49 Pine Lake Honor Society members. The ceremony was lead by Mary Lou Krusic, Kevin Nagai, Steve Anderson, Mare Basacchi, Heidi Moel- ler, Allison Fraser and Michelle Frack. Larry Noel, Pine Lake's principal, ac- cepted the students. Diane Arasim and Leslie Patricelli performed clarinet duets and Katie Bell, Whitney Zaring and Mary Cushman, ac- Mushrooms I Strawberriesl Fresh $ 60 Fresh White California lb. Pint Don't Forget These/ Salad Tomatoes ..... .,h. ..... 2 Bos., s I" Cucumbers S.ed,.. English ................ Each 98' Fresh Mangos .................. Eo,h 69, No. ! Bananas Gift of the Tropics .39 c Bag g Fabric 64.oz, S2se Downy so... .................. Bottle Soft Scrub C,.ons. ..... ,3-o, ......... Be,t,. 99' g White ol,a, s 1 Cleanser Mog,c ................ ,, Cons Detergent ARM '"B:: S2 = ' HAMMER ............. Bon" Powdered 14-oz. dLn Aml Cleanser .................. Con UT  Electrasol O,hwosh., o-o,: s2=, Detergent ............. Box t Clorox Dry Bleach ..... ,0.o, ...Pkg. 99' DFresh Tulips ................ Bn'*; 98' I affodds .................... oU?o h 79J Sup'r Green ChiCken p Manure jj i co S.10OO illllJlii' I III I companied by Heidi Moeller, sang a song. The new members are: seventh grade; Corey Blake, Douglas Boeschen, Jenny Bolland, Broaden Bruso, Chris Budzius, Christel Cos- tello, Mike Cutler, Carl Drumheller, Darin Frutos, Dena Gazin, Janet Graham, Ellynne James, Brian Jeans, Krystal Kaald, Kristi Kahler, Dan Larsen, Steve Layman, Stacy Liebsack, Kristi Lind- quist, Jed Lin, Juanitrice Long, Karen Mahardy, Pat McDonald, Laurie Melton, Dan Nersveen, Tori Olsen, Tracy Pleiman, Katherine Powell, Aaron Putzke, Mischa Redmond, Karrin Robinson, Carl Russell, Scott Schaefer, David Schneider, Willie Schoen- trap, Kerry Simester, Jenni- fer Wall, Carrie Weiss, Monique Williams. Eighth grade; Mary Cushman, Kim Doughty, Wendy Kranz, Sharyl Nagai, Karla Nold, Karma Schibig, Shelby Swanson, Wendy Wright. Ninth grade; Bill Drum- hailer, April Fray, Debbie Pixley, Michelle Waisten. Seniors get free insurance information Senior citizens and other individuals can take advan- tage of a service offered by Valley General Hospital. Problems or concerns regard- ing health insurance coverage can be discussed with qual- ified insurance counselors every Tuesday from 9 to ll a.m. on the third floor lobby of the hospital. No appoint- ment is necessary for this free service. Medicare information, qualified help in filing claims, and medicare claim forms are all available. Senior citizens are reminded to bring their medicare ' ...= "''*.,I them.identificatin cards with -  ;'ef, ", t lt' :\\; Cancer patients ...... ;,  ;" -- need drivers , ,,,, ,, Have some spare time to ' volunteer to "Give Someone A Lift?" that is the theme of the 1983 Annual Driver Recruitment Campaign, sponsored again this year by Apple Juice ty.the American Cancer Socei- Volunteer drivers usually " TOP HARVEST Frozen 12-oz. Can  Orange I,,: Bel-oir 6oz. s 1. uiice Frozen .......... Con Peas or Cut Corn S*chBuy'vz$1Frozen. . t]) Pkgs, II CRA,. AppI "-" Fra,en -o,, s ls BERRY e Juice WLCH'S ..... Can Tater Tots ORE,OA .-,h s I * Frozen ............... Bog I-Ice Milk Lucerne...VGol,. V  Cocoa Puffs ,.o,. Sl  ................. Box oca-Cola Stuffing R CE-A'RON' 6.125-oz. Chicken or Wild Rice ......... BOX 89 Diet Coke, ,,.-.-, ST, , = ,.,,ow JOLLY Popcorn TIME .... 2-lb. .... Pkg. 95' Sprite, S.F. -- -F,,0- 'o, Sl,, Sprite  . Variety racK LAY ........... Pkg. Dorltos Tortilla  n -,A I 12"Oz"r  - Pkg. I Spam Luncheon Meat $ 12-oz. Can F .... 1_ Pink ar Golden Chablis 1,5.L $299 ronzla ar Rheinflur ....................... Btl. lL_.a.|----I Mtn. Chablis, Rhine 1,5-L S379 uUUalIUIII ease' or Burgundy .............. Btl, Beer Return.",. 1 Olympia .o  o. s3. .......  Bottles Beer Return. S749 Rainier No ,,,, ,a, .......... Leql' Bottles Prices effective Wednesday, April 6th thru Tuesday, April 12, 1983. Sales in retail quantities only. donate two to four hours per week and provide rides for cancer patients in their own communities who otherwise would not be able to go to the hospital for treatments. Volunteer drivers donate their car fuel costs for the trips as well as their time, but the fact that the patients are from their own communities helps to keep mileage down. For more information call Ruth Jerome at 392-1088 after 6:30 p.m. ell WEDDING DRESS OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY FOR SALE Size 7-8 beautiful ivory peau-de- sole fabric with applied lace and seed pearls. Fitted princess style with Mandarin collar, lens buttoned sleeves and detach- able train. Worn once --just deemed and pressed, reedy to wear. Like new but exceptional quality for an excellent price. $250.00. See to appreciate. Call eve after 6 p.m. Lynnwood 745-4591, FLINTOFT'S Issaquah FUNERAL HOME Since 1938 COMPLETE SERVICES iii i i Cremations Memorials Pre.Arrsngements 222-5503 392-6444 Tom, Michael & Alberta FLINTOFT Ad/mix Debbie Berto Landscaping materials at new Issaquah busi Puget Landscaping Materials on East Lake Blvd. opened a week ago for wholesale and retail trees, shrubs, flowers, bark, topsoil and sand and They are open seven days a week for pickup or orders. Delivery charges are $15 per load. Puget hard-to-find nursery stock as well as holiday gifts fuschia baskets for Mother's Day to Christmas treeS, also offer installation of any materials they are Issaquah residents Scott Hackney and Ed Berglund. Onkel Osmund's opened this week on Front Street, to the delight of croissant, cheesecake and dessert lovers. Onkel Osmund's is a dell-restaurant featuring only the freshest soups, sand- wiches, salads and desserts. Owner Camilla Brockway will do most of the cooking herself. She has been a bar- tender for some of Seattle's : ..... best restaurants and is now .,':::'i turning her cooking hobby Camilla Brockway into a dream come true. The lunch menu offers ,seven breads, seven cheeses for any combination sandwich. Eight salads on the menu. The everyday dessert menu features apple pot pie, boysenberry crisp, mousse pie, cherry cinnamon rolls, and Camilla's Colossal Cake, a of banana, coconut, raisins, walnuts and cream che# ing. Cornerstone Farms on the Issaquah-Fall City open for its second season, beginning April 8. will be in-season vegetables and citrus fruits from Frank Smith, owner, says they will also sell farm's own brown eggs and pure apple juice from Foothills Restaurant has new owners, but not reallY. and Louise Schulli owned the restaurant from 1971 Now they have bought it back again, along ley, a 1976 graduate of Issaquah High. Lezley is manager and has changed to new hours and a Welcome back, Schullis! Sharonrs Yarn Studio is moving to a new Gilman Village. The yarn shop will occupy the vacated by French Influence at the west end of the Cackleberry Galleries has also left the Village. antique store, Dorothy Nylin, says she will business and appraisals from her home. Bryce Horst has been named assistant general the Holiday Inn of lssaquah. He will oversee all restaurant and banquet activities. Horst's arrival coincides with plans for changes in and beverage service at the inn. The lounge will remodeled in a "Spirit of St. Louis" theme, ded to face the pool and provide a more open The restaurant will be extended to a deck with overlooking the glider airfield. All new menus will traduced, including a pub menu. Horst has a lengthy background in management. He worked for Caeser's Palace before his own bars and restaurants in San Francisco. recently owned a restaurant consulting firm in fore returning to Washington to settle in his new Beaver Lake with his wife Martha. Dr. Tom Cawrse, the kids' dentist, announces the addi- tion of Dr. Sherwin Shinn to his Issaquah office. Shinn graduated from the Univer- sity of Washington Dental School in 1974. He has been the staff dentist at a Seattle clinic for the past eight years. He also teaches in the children's dentistry depart- ment at the U.W. and is a staff dentist for Children's Orthopedic Hospital. Dr. Shinn is available by appoint- ment during the week, even- ings and Saturdays. Dr. Sherwln Shlnn Fibres International in Bellevue is now motor oil for recycling. They.also accept scrap alV aluminum cans, glass, and most grades of paper for \\; Old National Bank recently promoted Taryn operations officer. Hickok started her career with 1978 as a teller and has served as new accounts operations supervisor at the Issaquah branch. John L. Scott Inc. has announced the mrchase tosh Residential Inc., a six-year-old real estate firm rices at Eastgate. More than $18 million in are included in the sale including Vuemont at Cou =it tain and The Woods of Issaquah. Jack Mihok is the new manager of Rainier Bang quah. Mihok has 21 years with the company, branch manager in Bellevue. He replaces is now a personal banker in the Bellevue office, Mihok. The urban architectural firm of Hewitt/Daly h with William Isley Associates, an urban design merit planning firm currently working on the Picker Planned Business Development. The merger forms firm of Hewitt/Daly/lsley, P.S. Nina McFall will represent her business, Antiques in the Western Antique Exposition at School on April 16 and 17. The show is the northwest. Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, 6 p.m. Sundays. Welcome to new Chamber of Commerce members Consultants and Walter Cassidy, O.D.