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HIS.N-SQUAW LEAGUE Mobile Locksmith ..65~,,~ 52 ALL-STARS W L Fischer Bros ........... 62 65~ W L S & H ......................... 40 20 Swanee Grocery ...... 59 69 Cardens Const. Co. 43 I 7 Black Ball ................ 35 25 Issaq. Pay Less Gas 56 71 Tigers ............................ 35 25 Darn-Eals ................. 321~ 27'/~ Squak Mtn. Quarry....56 72 Grand Cent. Hotel 35 26 No Marks ............... 30 30 Issaquah Drug ......... 54 74 Carpenters ................. 28 32 Pale Faces ................. 28 32 Hi-to Market ............ 53 75 Athletic Supply ....... 27 23 to-4 .............................. 27 32%~Medley Insurance ....46'~ 81~/~ Riverside Inn ............ 26 24 Valley Fabricators 25 35Team No. 1 ................ 46 82 Lawson Disposal ....23~/,~ 36..V, M-T's ........................... 2"5 37 Ethel Wilkins 212, Betty Issaquah Floral ........ 23 37 Arlene Cox 211, Peggy Dar- Carey 500. Ralph DeSmith 214, Jim gitz 546; Paul BartholomewVic Viney 203, Ray John- Yates 559. 232, Art Trauth 638. son 553. Riverside Inn 1029, Tigers Valley Fabricators 741, S & * * 2976. H 2124. HI-TENNERS * * * W L CHURCH LEAGUE tAKERS Valley Plumbing .... 83 41 W L W L Ray's Service ........ 80 44 Preston Chapel ........ 31'/.~ 20}~ (Final Standings) Evans Salon .............. 62 611/:, Roadside Chapel ...... 30 "22 Combined Insurance 87 41 Eagles No. 1 ........... 61 63 Coy. Presby. No. 2....27 25 Pine Lake Oil .......... 85 42 Eagles No. 2 ............. 58 66 (lst Half Champs) Manolides .................. 78 50 Grange Serve U ...... 56V2 671.~ Coy. Presby. No. 1..26 26 Crossroads Care ...... 71 57 Carey's Shell .......... 531/2 70~ Sambica ...................... 22 30 Leo Sowers, Coronor 68 60 Coast to Coast ......... 41 82 Chapel No. 2 ............ 19~32U., Cochran'a Jewelers ..68 60 Edna Gochnour 204 and Libby Scolt 190 and 526. Valley Pharmacy ....67% 601A 533. Merle Kulbel 210, Paul Bar- tholomew 558. LOIN CHOICE GRADE CENTER CUT COUNTRY STYLE I a 11111 CHUCK WAGON OR BAR-S LI Id POUND POUND POUND FRESH FILLET POUND NIFTIES W L Examples .................... 77 43 Chumpions .................. 69~ 50L~ Tornados ................... 62~ 57~/~ Untouchables ............ 62 58 Four Drags ............. 58V~ 61~fi Idlewives .................... 54 66 Bawling Belles .......... 54 66 Lucky Strikes .......... 42~ 775 Carmen Krall 166 and 465. JITTERBUGS W L He's and She's .......... 74 46 Dew Drops ................ 74 46 Harry's Texaco .......... 72 48 4 Plugs ..................... 70 50 Untouchables ............ 54l& 651/~ Old Fogies ................ 50 70 Misfits .......................... 50 70 McNaughton's .......... 351~ 841~ Julie Palmer 202 and 492, John Torre 233, Dallas SeN lets 610. ISSAQUAH VALLEY (Second Half) W L Eagles ........................ 40 20 Ski Marina( 1st Half C~amps ) ................ 33 26Vs Issaq. Real Estate 33 26~ Kiwanis ........................... 31 29 Roy's Barber Shop30 20 Darigold ..................... 28 32 Grange Supply .......... 25 35 Lions ............................ 19 41 Don Congas 229, Bill De. Garma Jr., 557. HI-TEN MIXED DOUBI,ES W L ~ky Ranch ................ 38 22 J & R Concrete ....... 36 24 JD Plumbing ......... 35~2 241._, Mom's Laundromat 30 ~) Hi Way 10 Lumber..29~., 30~L, Stonebridge Const..25~ ,24~ Quality Drywall ........ 24 .~ Nick's Cafe ............. 23~ 36~.~ Jean Garner 174, Itarold Owen 211; Harold Owen 589, June Holder and Jean Gar- ner 436. Quality Drywall 690, Sky Ranch 1926. WOMEN'S LEAGUE It was an exciting season for the Issaquah Women'sISSAQUAH PRESS League ending in ties for Issaquah, Washington first and third" spot, so roll- Thursday, April 25, 1963 off was held to determine the winners. Chuck's Mobil won O fh p dl first place, r o e c w L T Chuck's Mobil ........... .57 36 our...amen.n Harry's Texaco ........ 54 Elmer's Ref ............. 50 Malone's Ford .......... 49 Johnny's Food Center ...................... 44 Lewis Hardware .... 43 Union Tavern .......... 36 Issaq. Valley Dairy 33 MEN'S LEAGUE 46 47 54 57 E 1 m e r ' s Refrigeration Johnny's Food Center and the VFW team were top three in the Issaquah Men's roll-off for the split season. The Issaquah Women's and Issaquah Men's League an- nual bowling banquet will be held Saturday. Trophies will be awarded at this time. $ * NOONERS W L St.)hers ..." .................... 35 25 lit Nc~)ners ............... 34t~ 25'..', This Is It .................... 34 26 Hit and Miss .............. 33 27 Splinters .................... 30 30 Snafu ............................ 30 30 No Gooders ............. 29 31 Rollers ....................... 141.; 45~b Maggie Fay]n] 199 and 550, Ralph DeSmith 192 and 542. ,WEDNESDAY NINERS W L Knights of Pythias 62 30U, Issaq. Auto Freight.59~ ?,3~ Sunset Tavern .......... 52 41 ]3ill's Texaco ............ 48 45 Issaq. Auto Parts....431~ 49L~ Scott Trophy .............. 38 55 Log Tavern .............. ..38~ 54!.,', Firemen ...................... 30 63 Doug Bratton 223 and 614. MEN'S CLASSIC 10 39 Raises $225 44 The Issaquah Orthopedic Auxiliary's benefit bowling tournament netted $255.44 for the Orthopedic Hospital, Mrs. William Anderson and Mrs. Rex Sell ot the trophy com- mittee reported. The co-chairmen expressed appreciation at the response from the bowlers and thanks to Hi-Ten Bowl for its co- operation. Trophy winners were: All Stars, Jack Jones 280 wilh han(licap. Bowl & Bawl, June Alto 20"/ with handicap. Jitter'bugs, Ruse Sellers 261 and Dallaz Sellers 233, both with handicap. Lakers, Leona Croft 228, 13~ug Keating 234. Women's I-A~ague, Carmen Krall 215. Wednesday Niners, Gordy Treharne 237 with handicap. Women's Classic, L,cnma Cr,,lt 551. Isuaquah Men's I,eague, AI Sulter 234. Kings and Queens, Aun Gritfilhs 231, Bill Grift iths 231, both wilh handicap. His-N-Squaw, Mable tlale 632, Bill White 621. Wednesday Nooners, Ed Rorvik 593, Maggie Favini 631. Pin Pals, Joe Trulson 236 with handicap. Ball & Chain, Helen tterold 232 with handicap, Bill Ber- ry 239 with handicap, Jim Tampourlos 210. (Final Standings) W L De's Glass ................. 57 33 Issaquah Besed Stonebridge Chev ..... 5(334 Northwest Drywall 52 in 3-Way Mee Foothills Drive-In ._47 ,~3 Larry's Signal .......... 411.~ 48~ Malone Ford ............ 41!4 48!.'., Rip's Construction ..34L~ 55]~ Preston Mobile ......... 30'~ 59L'_, Jerry Croft 242 and 614. TENNIS SCHEDULE IAI1 ,:talO dcl ndenl on g(xx1 weather) May l, at Mercer Island. May g, at I~tbell. May 15, at Imke Washing- May 22, at Sammamish. ton, May 29, at Bellevue. GARY NELSON WINNER ,Gary Nelson, 12, won the Old W~w~ly title lasl week at Clark School, pulling eight strike-outs througb lhe au- tomatic umpire in the con- test sponsored by the Sealtle Times and the Park Board. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Nelson, Route 2. R~I- ney Shillinger, with six strik- outs, was second. Tom Cur- rie was third with four. Frank DeLco's mile win and Vic E(don's first in the high jump had In console Is- saquah for coming out last in the tl'a'e~way meet with Ih~thell and Federal Way Tuesday of last week. I)t.L(,o slopped the mile in 4:51 aud Eaton cleared 5 feel 6 inches to win the jump. Federal Way anti Bt,thell practically split the other events between them, gl'()ss- ing 58 and 57 respectively to Issaquah's 33. Marks of the meet were wcll below county records ex- cepting in the 880 relay in which Federal Way turned in a lime of 1:36.4, less than time seconds from the Kin~,A~o mark set in ]958 by Bellevue. TRACK SOHEDULE April 26, Mount Si bare. May 3, sub-district qualify- ing meet al Lake Washington. May 7, non-qualifiers' meet at Mercer Island. May 10, sub-district meet NOW SEE WHKr's NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DF.ALER at Lake Washington. May 14, Fife and Seattle Prep here. May 17, district meet High- line. WOMEN GOLFERS Mrs. LaVon George won the first division play with a score o~ 34 at the Mount Si Women's Golf Club "points" match last week. Mrs. Dick Barrett, with 31, was see. ond. In the second division Mrs. Bill Maskrod was first with 33 and Mrs. William 'St~therland second with 28. In week-day competition Mrs. Joe Gallagher was first with 34. CHEVROLET IMPALA SUPER SPORT $ JOIN RAINBOW Traey Karvonen, Christy Cour and Marcia Caldwell were initiated into Issaquah Rainbow Assembly at the April 15 meeting. This Sun- day the assembly will give a dinner from 4 to 6 P.m. at ehe High School Cafetorium for families, friends and the public. Front buckets and Impala elegance. Solid, quiet Body by Fisher. With Powergiide* or the 4-q 1% Seven smooooth engine choices. Comfort]It* is what we call it. Super $I~4 equipment* is amilable on both Chevrolet Impala Co.~.~ib~ a~ 8,porl Co~ (shown ahoy). *OptianoA as extra oar "" - See four enHrdy different k{nds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's... Che rold, Chevy II, Corva{r and ew.....o ...... . ........... ... ....... * ...... . .................... . ..... .--.. ...... -- ........... "'''''''''''''''''''''''o..-' ............. ".--..--------~---- ............ ..--... PHONE EXBROOK 2-33:33 ISSAQUAH, WASH. TO0 LATE TO ~-- FOR SALE 2 CHOICE LOTS, on graveled school bus road, near Pine Lake. All utilities available. Priced right, these lots won't last. First come will get excel- lent buy. Phone EX 2-6786. 4-23-4t DR. W. J. McKi:NZIE Member of Washington Optometric Assn. SERVICES AVAILAELE Eye Examinations Prescription Hearing Glasses Contact Lenses Prescription of Lenses Modern Eye Wear Repa;rs And Adustments FRIDAY EVENINGS BY APPOI NTMENT BELLEVUE SQUARE Next to The Theatre OPENING DAY of the fishing season at Pine Lake saw many fishermen, both ashore and in their boats, take a record catch of Rainbows end Silvers. Old timers at the pine fringed lake said the opening day was one of the most perfect in recent years, es the weather, men gave his full cooperation with plenty of sunshine. FoOD cENTER PEDERSON'S FRESH CUT- UP POUND BEEF SHORT RIBS LEAN, MEATY POUND Fresh. Lean Pound HENRY HOUSE WEST BEST HUNT'S 20 - OZ. 5/ ! M. J. B. INSTANT COFFEE Oz. JAR ! lllelleel a eeemellulluoelm i N.B.C. aHoney Grahams : OR , [ *Premium Crackers , g | i -LB. i BOX TREE BRAND M,J,B, 2 Lbs. $1.17 - - LB. BAGS BORDEN'S PKG. BUTTERMILK or SWEETMILK rmlmim~i~ I CHECK OUR I Ii SHELF PRICES ll ,AND SAVE I i EVERYDAY I TENDER ROASTIN' EARS! FISHER'S 4 - LB. BAG PUSS 'N BOOTS 15 - OZ. TINS OR GREEN ONIONS Fresh, Crisp Bunches EXTRA FANCY WINESAPS i i i PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY -- APRIL 25 - 26 21 FREE PARKING o%% ou, LOT STORE HOURS' t.,,x.,,, SAT., l tO PHONE EX 2-6717 RIGHT TO LIMIT RESERVED