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iots Jerry Isworth it put out a lot of soccer team by Mr. Rainier 26 and by Tyee Players continue to against Liberty, ac- to coach Chuck "wen( 1 for 3 last defeated Mt. on April Tahom:7(_l ere on and were 5-3 on April tke, Lon Shook, n each hit a last Week. Other extra base hits: Dan Martinez, and Pete ty's SCorers were: Shook, Tracy Jewett, Mar- and Christie. Pitched six innings 13 batters last Eastside Volunteer needs a volunteer In the art of to assist in corn- certificates. Will require just and may at the bureau home. Contact 2410. love a nice -for their equine nd one in the DIET FACTS -& FALLACIES 8y Kathy Ebsary SrdiSE YOUR $ PREVENT know that over ant of the suffers from disease--tooth that much of :ay Can be by simply =t You eat? h are covered !Cky: nearly LUS Ot bacteria :e. Plaque '= Sugars in acids which i enamel and )a. Each time aaert or snack )fined sugar, rmed that last Z0 minutes. tly, the hum- You eat these t.as important mt You earl tooth decay, .SUggests you )naumption of 1 in refined lad of a rich a delic ous Ooled melon Strawberries. Choose raw )gstables. For UPs, contact to 5:30, I.m. N.W. Liberty's Vern Nielsen jumps back to first base as a Tyee player tries to tag him out. Nielson's home run Wlih two on base gave Liberty Its only runs in the 6-3 game. Photo by Debbie Bruslus. ()1 00-tirne guide has cure for all ills by Jeffrey Ward U. W. Intern "Nervous and sleepless persons are often benefitted by sleeping on a pillow of hops." "The following is said to be a correct posture for walk- ing: Head erect -- not too rigid -- chin in, shoulders back. Permit no unnecessary motion about the thighs." "The best and most care- ful trapper of mice will find great difficulty in capturing the shrewder and older ones." --from "They Used to Say" At the turn of the century, no home was complete without its household guide, a book as common as the dictionary. From its pages, the woman of the house $14.95 at local stores. What began as a natural curiosity concerning past generations of her family has become a full time business for Issaquah publisher Don- na Sandvig. The original household guide was given to her by her grandfather and once belonged to her great- grandmother. A collector of antique books, Sandvig was so charmed by this particular book she wanted to share it with everyone. Because of her efforts, the original "Household Guide" is once again available as "They Used To Say... 1890's Answers to Today's Ques- tions." Some of the advice and ter- minology is dated, but that quality throughout will pro- duce peals of laughter in the modern household. For ex- ample: the cure for insomnia: -- "Lie with the head to the North, for there is no doubt something in the electrical ef- fects of the earth upon the body when in that position." For headache: "Walk back- wards for ten minutes around a large room with high win- dows." Baby care: "A child should never be weaned dur- ing the warm weather, in June, July or August." Muscular rheumatism: "Take a good dose of rhubarb at bedtime." Sandvig, her husband and their four daughters enjoy their collection of antique books, 50 of which are dif- ferent household guides. She is the owner of Memory Publishing and she plans a syndicated column on things "They Used To Say." Lest we laugh too loudly, Sandvig warns, "We laugh at things people said and did 90 years ago, but they'll pro- bably be laughing at us 90 years from now." Watercolor competition opens at Bellevue Art The Bellevue Art Museum bia and to be be eligible, all art director for the Weyer- . is accepting entries for the local entries must be hand- haeuser Corporation; and ud:graWetdVu:tt°toelele 43rd annual Northwest delivered to the Museum on Jacob Lawrence, an interna- .. , q Watercolor Society competi- May 7 and 8, between noon tionally recognized painter remeaes. " ' tion. Judging begins May 9 and 4:30 p.m. Shipped en- and Professor of Art at the ........ ., .,._ o .... ... ^ and all artists participating in tries must arrive the week of University of Washington They uu u oay  t "h .......... " republication of one of the t eexmmuon wm oecompet- May2 . . in ......... " For more lnformauon call more colorful 1890's house- g. [or aa,uuu m awaras aria This year's winners will be 454-3322. All of the winning hold encyclopedias. On every prizes, selected by a group of jurors works will be on view at the one of its 478 pages are The competition is open to that includes: Karen Guzak, Museum in a Northwest words of advice to produce any artist from Washington, a nationally recognized Watercolor Society exhibi- laughter, reflection or agree- Oregon, Idaho, Montana, painter and printmaker; tion beginning May 20 merit. The book sells for Alaska and British Colum- Marshall Johnson, former through July3., J .. hough Thursday, May 5 only. I F re(00 irt I • silk screened • on white shirt. I ' Free* with each 2-year subscription J J to the Issaquah Press. Subscriptions must be J • prepaid ($17.50)... I . New subscriptions only. I I *Additional t.shirls available for $7.50 each, by order. I I *Allow 3 days for deliveff. (Pick up at Press office!) / THE ISSAQUAH PRESS /' I 45 Front Street South 392 6434 J J ,.o..x...'..°.,.*A-0=, / The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, May 4, 1983 - Page 1 I, Sportsmen host hunter safety class The Issaquah Sportsmen's Club will host a hunter safety education course starting Wednesday, May 4 from 7 to 9p.m. The class, taught by members of the club, will be held at the club house rifle range and will continue for four Wednesdays through May 25. All four classes must be attended in order to com- plete the course. Anyone in- terested is encouraged to at- tend. Registration will be held at the first class, but students under 11 years old are re- quested to call for infor- mation. The free course is spon- sored by the Issaquah Sport- smen's Club and the Wash- ington State Department of Game as a community ser- vice. The course is designed to educate new and inexper- ienced hunters about safe gun handling, wildlife management principles, and good sportsmanship. The in- structors are community vol- unteers who have been certi- fied by the Dpartment of Game. All persons under the age of 18 wishing to purchase a hunting license are required to have completed a Hunter Safety Education course. Others, including parents or guardians, are encouraged to sit in on the classes. For further information call the club at 392-3311, or T. Wakeley at 746-4480. 'Toughlove' parent group meets A parent support group munity Baptist Church, 205 called Issaquah Toughlove, Mt. Park Blvd. S.W., Room meets every Thursday even- 102. For more information ing at 7:30 p.m. at the Corn- call 392-8605. STORE HOURS: M-W 9-7, Th-Fr 9-8, Sat. 9.7, Sun. 10-6 MEAT RADE BONELESS HAM Sl.39 0 Water added PRODUCE WASH, GROWN ASPARAGUS 64* ,o. LIKE GETTING MONEY BACK? WE'VE TAKEN THE PLAIN & SIMPLE APPROACH TO SAVING YOU MONEY. WE BUY AT BIG DISCOUNTS - AND PASS THE SAVINGS ALONG TO YOU. YOU'LL FIND OVER 13,000 ITEMS PRICED BELOW FANCY SUPERMARKETS THROUGHOUT OUR STORE. 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