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May 11, 1983

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Hills presents spring musical May 17th at 7:30 p.m., Super Kids." Finley, and David Carson as Hills Elementary will try out its new with a Musical and sixth grade will open our show musical invitation, of Welcome." The and afternoon kin- classes will share musical method of the alphabet, "The Advanced Band Members Nathan Logan, Scott Pen- ningroth, Chrissy Schrank, Pam Villa, Jenny DeGier, Holly Ferguson, Kristen Aus- tin, and Tisha Gordon will play solos, duets, and trios. Grades 1 through 3 will present a musical play, "Old MacDonald's Farm" with David Sancewich, Johnny Locke, Laurie Volkel, Matt Ward joins Press Ward, 37, a cam- student from the of Washington, his Fridays work- an intern at the Press :few weeks. worked for Airlines for the past and hopes to move area of training, )ublie relations or staff after graduat- his wife Cyn- Kim, 9, and on the Pine Lake he also raises vines and Jeffrey Ward the leads. The fifth and sixth grade chorus will return with a finale "American Heritage" featuring Jim Heilgeist and Thomas Wilson on trumpets, Kelly Dermody on drums, and Chris Johnson as narra- tor. Cande Striven is the ac- companist and Bobble Hayes is the choreographer. Christian kindergarten signs up The time for registering your kindergarten through sixth grade children in East- side Christian Academy is rapidly drawing to a close. Registration the fall classes will close on Monday, May 16. The school is located at 17700 W. Sammamish Rd. S.E. on the SAMBICA com- plex on Lake Sammamish. Contact the school at 746- 8797 prior to May 16 for fur- ther information. clinic promises udder satisfaction poisenous plants, and general veterinary tips. The speakers will include Dr. Anita Lorenzen, Dr. Robert Engestat, and Issa- quah veterinarian Bruce Bier- baum. The clinic will be held at the UGN Building at 305 S. 43rd in Renton (just across 14, 1983, there Health Clinic the 4-H Goat the King County sign Agen- Ibjects to be mastitis nutrition, ntive medicine, the street from Valley General Hospital). Admission will be $1 for kids over 18, $.50 for kids under 18, and free for kids under five when accom- panied by an adult. The Amish Quilt. Shop .... MOVING SALE! ANY QUILT 650 OFF IN STOCK We have a fine selection of hand-stitched quilts and hand- loomed rugs made by the AMISH women. In The Oak RefleoUone Bldg. 10146 Main 8L, Bellevue 453-3270 A00TTENTION NIOR ENS ;ago we had a Special One Day Garden )nlor Citizens and the response was had many many calls as to when going to do It again, so here It Is, don't ;SpF.CIL I ,Jl COUPON EL vr.c t w= _mr PETUNIAS kr..r.F "' - - Bg' ' kiP, St '  I ,,t. .O . d11110 ql .JI With this mlL Itt 1 r ==.coupon Uc  DI|. lBLimit4 ''=h,..lu, l/20c "V r i=n--';;k;";W OUF'ON  &COUPON Ij FUCHSIAS 1= j GLOVES ,.i: STARTS I White Cotton and R i win---- ell. 1.99 4 in. pots l [] Brown Jersey Rei ] 98 [] Withthis ' " CaSh valoe I/20 ( N  IICOUPON I, CORRY'S  m AZALEAS _ d- SLUG DEATH I Ass't. Varieties 5.95box I i Gnl.cnnRe3.95 With this X -- 'mt21?IDMff c0up0n .,.--j J) llr limit4 ) , I I c, vam.'/2o c.- IL_... I N fcouPo TOOLS Pink. Red 1 : Hsnd size chrome P ated, Wooden Handle l Witht"s 6 COUpon I Lirnit 4 PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 12,1983 ONLY. South End May Valley.Maple Hills'Briarwood Roxaine Reynolds (255-5849) Church schedules talent show Mother-son night at May members of the Bellevue Valley Alliance Church is Christian School Choir that scheduled for May 20. An went on tour to San Fran- amateur talent show will in- cisco during the spring vaca- elude acts of comedy, drama, tion week. music, puppets and pan- * * * tomime. Ice cream cones, The Liberty High Senior sundaes and banana splits Parents group has been will be featured refresh- working on the final ar- ments. Timeis7 p.m. rangements for the after , graduation party for the graduates. The date is June The Maywood Junior 14, cost is $30, and destina- High School stage band will tion is a secret. participate in the Bellevue Jazz Festival on May 13. , , , , lit * Liberty High School Briarwood Elementary graduate Daniela Erhardt is School students in grade six the reigning Miss Issaquah. spent last Wednesday She and three other area title- through Friday at Camp holders will model fashions Casey studying the environ- at a spring luncheon on May ment. Buses carried the stu- 17 to raise money for the dents to the camp on Whid- Miss Issaquah Scholarship bey Island. They slept in Fund. The event will be held sleeping bags in the old bar- at the Salahee Country Club. racks buildings. Miss Washington, Monica Hard, is expected to make an May 18 is the date for the annual Issaquah School appearance. District Elementary School * , , Patrol Day at the Seattle Five Star Hall rental chair- Center FunForest. man, Tom Cochran, 255- * * 6601. Telephone him to Karen Tulloch and Julie reserve the hall in advance. Brooks were two of the * , Save s3 per gallon FLAT WALL PAINT now s10.95 LATEX HOUSE PAINT now s15.95 LATEX SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL now s13.95 ISSAQUAH RECYCLING CENTER Operated by C.EI Open Mon.-Frl. 12 noon - 4 p.m. and Saturday 10 to 2 Next to Foothills Restaurant 2751at Place N.W.(Behind Rainier Bank) lssaquah 392"1644 SHARPEST PICTURE! CLEAREST PICTURE! RCA VideoDisc Aurthorized RCA SeleotaVision Video Players & Recorders 746-3381 Legend House Coop NURSERY SALE! HANGING BASKETS 20% OFF::L.t Fuchsias Begonias I Impatiens  AZALEAS, o., ...... ,S 1 1 0 Most in bloom -- good time to choose/ 'r We eyour Green Thumb Headquarters When it comes to plants and greenery ... we're the folks to seel We have a knack with plants ... offer a wide selection ... acces- sories, too! Our knowledgeable salespeople in- clude a Certified Nursery man and two Pesticide Dealer-Managers. Juniper Tams ar0e5ga, $7 S rfitzers .,=.s='. ............................................ : ....... s7" t.t00ishUur0tl;, i i ii i iiiiiii Seaireen Juniper.,.,., .,,o ........................... i ................ $1 * Noble Firs ,, s3oo (! NURSERY Sunday 10.5 392-7657 I , " The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, May 11, 1983 - Page 5 Maywood, Liberty win in Wenatchee The Maywood Junior High Drill Team marches at the Apple Blossom Youth Parade April 30 In Wenatchee, where they took first place in the drill team competition. Their advisors are Ann Baker and Terri Dairy. Also participating in the parade were the marching band, under the direction of Mlck Fenske and cheerleaders, whose advisor is Aljean Muncey. At the Grand Floral Parade May 7, the Liberty drill team took a second place and the band was fourth out of many entries. Drill team advisor Is Donna Kahn, and the band director, Carl Showalter. It was the first time either school had par- ticipated in the Wenatchee parades. Photo by Adam George. Good Selection of Begonias & Fuchsia Trees The biggest selection in the N.W. i IS00AO00AH GALLER proudlypresents the work of local artist KEN DOWD Ken's landscape paintings will be on display through the month of May. 392-4247 Rental Fuchsia Trees for Parties EMRICK'S FUCHSIAS & BEGONIAS 7303 R 49 Front St. N. , CAPITAL SA--00NGS CELEBRATES .......... " 63 OF BANKING SERVICE It's Capital Savings Founders' Day Celebration May 16-21. It may not be 1920, but you might think it is when you see the Capital Savings employees decked out in Roaring Twenties' style. Join the Fun. FREE coffee, cookies, and chocolate coins. Enter our drawing to win a fabulous prize!! Grand Prize -- Gas Barbecue Second Prize -- Regular Barbecue First Prize Each Branch -- Gourmet Picnic Basket Second Prize Each Branch -- Capital Coin Bank Photo courtesy of Jeffers Studios Free drawing / One entry per person / Need not be present to win Capital Savings Founders' Day Celebration Name Address Phone Enter between May 16-21 .... , It, 11 Front St. S. Downtown Issaquah 392-7553 AND SERVING YOU THROUGHOUT WASHINGTON AND NORTHEASTERN MONTANA