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and community go for Baroque On Wednesday, May 10, uah school&apos;s arches- will sponsor its Baroque festival will approximately 90 and singers from High, Liberty High community. idea for the Baroque came from Douglas the director of the and Liberty High orchestras. He plans annual event, hopes to increasingly it a joint school and 'effort. some extremely musicians who live says Longman. opportunity high school musi- perform with pro- people." program includes se- from Bach's Bran- ,' Concertos No. 3 and Vivaldi's "The Sea- Handel's Passacaille, Bach chorale works. chorus and the orchestra nade up of musicians both district high schools, and will include several district teachers. Soloists for the concert include Thorsten Hohage, a foreign exchange student from Germany who is at- tending Liberty High School; and Terasa Downey, who will solo on flute and also play violin. Since harpsichord was originally used in Baroque compositions, this concert will feature harpsichord. Playing the instrument will be Jenny Mullen, an Issaquah High School student, and community member Karen Janes. Janes will be the soloist in the Brandenburg Concerto No. 5. The concert will be held in the Liberty High School au- ditorium. Tickets are $2.50 for students and seniors, and $3.50 for adults. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Issaquah maps, updated this year, are now available at service stations, retail stores, the visitor center or The Issaquah Press. $1.00 each. Some of the featured musicians in the Baroque concert are, from left: Jennifer Mullen, Karen Janes, Thorsten Hohage, Todd Corbett, KJell Holmberg, Steve Gillesple, and Heather Hawley. ' ISSAQUAH MAY 9, 1989 we Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities ys ting. Ioes fun. #9350 25OFF COUPON Not good for alcohol or tobacco products. COUPON GOOD AT KC FOODS ONLY. ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER COUPON GOOD 5-3-89 THRU 5-9-89 KCF@@I00S .s00+uo 1/20th Qf 1 +. ,,,,<=, Large Thom less Gn .................. Ib.l19 8 Cream 21 .Flavors, 1/2 Gallon .................................... 1 lurt 8 F,avors, 6oz ......................................................... 2/100 iton Medium Cheddar Loaf 2Pounds ........ 3 99 ht Citrus Punch m oz. 139 .......... ,.,,. ........... ...... aid Lemonade or Limeade 12oz ............. .79 6 Varieties, 7.4-8.1 oz .......................................................... 99 Regular or. . ........ 29 Cool Whip Topping Extra Creamy, 12 oz. 1 Ilrl vm 1oo, 3s MM ........ ; ........................................................... 2 99 Double six-pack size withe rope handle ......................................................... 149 Fruit Tarts Assorted Flavors ,.,+ 1. 2s Pina Colada Salad Our Own Recipe No Preservatives Made Fresh Daily The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, May 3, 1989 - Page 9 F'reschool rummage sale Saturday The Raging River Co-Op Preschool in Preston is get- ting ready for its annual fundraiser. A combination rummage and bake sale will be held Saturday, May 6, at Gibson Hall in Issaquah from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. More than 15 families have combined their talents and efforts to bake a delicious variety of cakes, cookies and breads. They have collected a wide range of treasures from Obituaries Rosemary Chaput Rosemary Elizabeth Straf- ford Chaput, 62, died at Careage of Whidbey, Coupeville, Washington on April 20, 1989 following an extended illness. She was born in Seattle, Washington on May 13, 1926. Chaput retired from Belle- vue to Whidbey Island with her husband in 1980 after being employed at Boeing for many years. She was raised in the Issaquah area and had attended the Issaquah schools. She later attended Nurses Training at Seattle Univer- sity. In October of 1968 she married Edward L. Chaput in Seattle. She was a member of the Dorcas Society of San de Fuca, Washington. She is survived by her husband, Edward of Coupeville, one daughter, Robin Morin of Kirkland; two sons, Kenneth and William Brown, both of Redmond, two stepdaughters, Rosemary Chaput of Tacoma and Susan Chaput of Bend, Oregon and one stepson, Thomas Chaput of Jackson, Mississippi and 10 grand- children also survive. At the request of the fam- ily there will be no funeral services. Remembrances may be made to the American Cancer Society. Funeral ar- rangements were under the direction of Burley Funeral Chapel, Oak Harbor, Wash- ington. Silvino Grueiro A graveside memorial ser- vice for Silvino Grueiro, 70, of Issaquah was held at the Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California on Friday, April 14. Private cremation was arranged by Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home. Grueiro died at Over- lake Hospital Medical Center on Sunday, April 9, 1989. Grueiro was born on February 17, 1919 in Bauta, Cuba, the son of Cadelario and Flora Grueiro. He was raised in Havana where he married Hilda G. Marrero on July 3, 1945. They moved to Culver City, California in 1960 and to Issaquah in November, 1986. He had been employed as a shoe- maker. He was preceded in death by one son, Anthony. Grueiro is survived by his wife Hilda of the family home; four daughters, Marta Reed of Issaquah, Estella Cero of Los Angeles, Mer- cedes Lantz of Redmond and Lourdes Carothers of Seattle, one son, Lazaro Grueiro of Florida, 13 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. CRUISE THE NORTH CAPE Few places on Earth can match the natural beauty of Scandinavia. From the sheer cliffs and crystal deer waters I of Norway's fjords to the breetaking I view of the midnight sun at the North Cape, far above the Arctic Circle, these I are sights not be be missed. One of the I best ways to visit Scandinavia is onl board a cruise ship. Many North Cape cruises depart from the picturebook city of Copenhagen, sailing northward through the Skagerrak to Oslo, and then out around the western coast of Norway. The ship will sail into the larger fjords, surrounding the traveler with photo opportuniOes. Meanwhile, the ship's dining rooms serve local special- ties including seafood from the spar- kling waters of the North Sea. Rnally, the ship reaches Honnigsvag, the northernmost point on the Norwegian mainland. Traveler= can watch the sky all night while the champagn e flows. Our consultants at ISSAQUAH TRAVEL are extremely knowledgeable in the world of travel and look forward to taking care of all your personal and business travel needs whether they take you across the country or across the ocean to Scandinavia. There is never any additional charge to our clients for our services. We are located below the Clock Tower, next to the La Costa Mexican Restaurant at Gilman Station, 240 NW Gilman Blvd. 392- 8900 or 1-800-872.2720. Open Mon.- Fri. 8:30-6."30, Sat. 9.4. HINT: Even in summer, warm sweat- ers and jackets will be welcome as travelers head north. We have fresh flowers for +you ! And a FREE comm unity and cultural information packet mops., gifts. , .business, professional and medical introductions. All complimen:ry. Newcomers 'it Service o Seolde 4kli4.57, or 622-634 their separate nooks and crannies, including baby items, books, clothes, jew- elry, glassware and household items of every sort. Raging River Co-Op Preschool, a Bellevue Com- munity College-sponsored program, has been serving the children in Preston and Fall City for over 15 years in the Preston Commuinity Center. Proceeds from the fundraiser go to update, up- grade and expand this non- profit program's facilities. B&B inns on tour May 6- "Inn Celebration" is the theme of the second annual tour of the Suburban Seattle Bed & Breakfast Association inns. The inns will be open for the tour May 6 and 7, 1 to 5 p.m. Tickets are $5 a person with proceeds of the tour distributed between Friends of Youth and The Village Theatre. 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