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May Valley's last toot th..,a nd MIckey Hass, 4th graders at May Valley Elementary pla ed recorders t,.',,lsprnates during the all-school spring concert May 19. This wYs the last hur- ytrllleey;tudents, parents and faculty. The school will not re-open in the fall. Contest entries due t i s are Clue Wednes- le 15, 5 P;m., in the mnUal 'Camera Photography con- s 13-20. All -aunty amateur are invited to Vent is sponsored by g C3unty Library Prizes of $60, $40 ._provided by the Overlake Friends of the Library -- will be awarded in three categories: color, black & white, and special effects. The awards presentation is set for Tuesday, June 28, 7:30 p.m., at the Bellevue Library, 11501 Main Street. For more information and an entry blank, call or visit any branch of the King County Library System. Tole Painting Summer Class Wednesdays, 7 to 10 p.m. $30 for six sessions: June 22 & 29, July 20 & 27, Aug. 10 & 17 Jr. Cake Decorating Class for kids, grades 5 to 9 $15 for five lessons 0a.rn.. noon, begins Tues., June 21 'rsglstration Required for all classes in every department NowI tags 50% off/Blue tags 30% off. All Long-stem Silk Flowers 30% off 00raft ,,,.,,,, (00etl00 ,( 1,.t,,..,w I --,-.-, I ,!io00M ,aOOO Oer expires53183 N'W Alder PI. ' '",ic WA 392-2515 DIET FACTS & FALLACIES BY Kathy Ebsary COULD YOUR DIET BE HURTING RATHER THAN HELPING? "Dieting" could per- haps be labeled the American public's most popular obsession. This year, over 40 million Americans will attempt some type of diet. The result for the vast majority is failure. In fact, only 4 percent of all those who attempt diets will be able to maintain their weight loss for more than one year. Consider these points BEFORE starting a diet: Is this diet one that your doctor would approve? If you have a health problem, is it taken intq consideration? Could this diet result in a dangerous health condition? Is this diet one that you can live with? Has this diet actually worked for others? Does this diet provide adequate, essential nutrients through a variety of foods? Does this diet teach you how to maintain your weight loss? A diet that cannot meet these criteria provides only a temporary answer. ^IH AT THE LOs/&, CALL FOR AFREE CONSULTATION M-F 7 to 1,3:30 to 5:30, Sat. 8 to 10 a.m. 1105 12th N.W. Issaquah 392-9559 , FIDAIRLESS PAINT SPRAYERS we make it simple, from start to professional finish. IZZles or tips to clog or rep lace. _ ,- I I hi'OgrnOf Paint not required- pour II i I tl,, ."' me can. 1 Ili on-co : 7eO no spray mist or mess I I[ tv r" ' = ' ' , 1 I 't,. on .m 1/2" to 15"width. I  I,1, I v io 1000 Latex paint pattern , III fflo'3000 paint pattern flows on   I . to 18"width. - - i h 'Coast toCOaS t ": .lng Center Issaquah 392.6100 Clubs Rainbow Girls On May 21, the open In- stallation of Rainbow Girls officers was held. Worthy Advisor is Cathy Frost. Cathy's theme was "A friend is always near" which was accented by a lovely song performed by Stephanie Brigier entitled "Friend." Cathy's colors are Blue and White and her flower is the carnation, with the Koala bear as her mascot. The junior past Worthy Advisor Renee Marshall was given her addenda by the girls, the Grand Cross of Color Ceremony was then performed, an award given to a girl or adult for outs,an- ' ding service and is the highest honor a girl or adult can receive in Rainbow. The award was given to Loree Slater. Issaquah Valley Rock Club The Issaquah Valley Rock Club will meet on Friday, May 27 at 8 p.m. at the lssa- quah Community Hall. The public is welcome to attend. Call H.W. Kennedy at 392- 6683 for more information. Births Deirdra Dang Diane and Donald Dang of 214th Ave. N.E. are the parents of their third child, Deirdra Chamonix, born April 30 at Swedish Hospital. She weighed six pounds, 12 ounces. She joins two brothers, Derick, 6 and Dar- run, 4. Her grandparents are Betty Tait and Ned Dang, both of Seattle. Ashley Sambrook Robert and Janice Sam- brook of 270 Capella Drive N.W. are the parents of their second daughter, Ashley Nicole, born May 16 at Ever- green General. She weighed eight pounds, four ounces. Her sister Kimberly is two. Her grandparents are Eva Gosch of Redondo Beach, Calif., and the late Arnold J. Gosch, and Mr. and Mrs. H.I. Sambrook of Ohio. Jennifer Nanthrup Michael and Vicky Nan- thrup are the parents of their first child, Jennifer Jean, born April 23 at Overlake Hospital. She weighed seven pounds, 15 ounces. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Victor Middleton of Dryden, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Earle Manthrup of Issaquah. Sunset hosts Sunset Elementary School will hold a book fair the week of May 31 to June 7 in the school library. The fair which offers a wide variety of new paperback books will be open during the regular school day. The public is invited to come and participate on Tuesday, May 31 from 4 to 6 p.m. Kindergarten parents and children are encouraged to come at this time to help in their student's choices. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 25, 1983 - Page 5 Plateau residents try to get cable TV service There are many ad- vantages a country mouse has over its city cousins. Watching cable TV isn't one of them ! With both the cities of Is- saquah and Fall City now connected to cable, residents living between the two cities are feeling very much like country cousins. Gerald Seiff of the Ridge Runner Community Club is spearheading a drive to ob- tain a television cable service in the general East Samma- mish area including Beaver Lake, Pine Lake and the Pla- teau. The Ridge Runner Club has been contacting other community clubs and they plan a large general meeting to discuss the proposal. The county is sending a represen- tative to answer questions and tell those interested how to proceed. Seiff is trying to determine if there are sufficient people actively interested to obtain hook-ups at this time. He asks all parties who could possibly want such a service, or would like further in- formation about it to call Ridge Runner members at 392-7455 or 392-1356. Without general demand, those in the East Sammamish area will still be country cousins. AVAILABLE ONLY AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS... Issaquah Kenmore 1871 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 17562 68th Ave. N.E. Skyway Family Market " Federal Way 12600 Renton Ave. S. 32945 Pacific Hwy. S. Bellevue 2208-136th PI. N.E. Burlen 236 S.W. 152nd Woodinvllle 17705 130th N .E. Bremerton 4173 Wheaton Way 2561 6th Street Renton 343 Union Ave. N.E. Juanita 9755 Juanita Dr. FRESH WNGLE WASHINGTON illlGWg OUT-UP FRYERS 71' lb. lb. LEG QUARTERS ......................... lb. 89 BREAST QUARTERS ................... lb. 99 TURKEY ROAST BONELESS Jennie-G, Fresh, Self Bastin|, 3 to 7 Ihs, lb. ,, II, BEEF RIB STEAK USDA $ GNGIGE BEEF Ib, II HAM Full Oooked, Water ! Added, Smoked, Whole, 4 to 8 Ibs. lb. GROUND PRHIRIE MHRICET BACON Old Faithful: $ Reg. or Thick Sliced 1 lb. Pkg. Bar-S Meat (Beef- $1.38) BIGGIE FRANKS ............... 1 ,.,,g. s 118 BAR-S, 5 Varieties Sliced BOLOGNA or SALAMI ..... 1 ,.p s 128 Lassco (Crab Cocktail- 88') SHRIMP COCKTAIL ............ ,oz ,or 7 8 Pau ly SLICED AMERICAN .......... ,2oz  9 8 Cache Valley Medium Cheddar or Colby CHEESE .............................. =,.o, $3 98 T= Franks BISCUITS Pillsbury Refrigerated: Butter, Country Style or Buttermilk Like F( 7% oz. KRAFT PARKAY Cube Margarine 1 lb. Pkg. ,.G,o.-, /138  .... .. c,... .... 48 Parmesan Cheese ........... = "/- Kraft Velveeta , s3 ..,.,a:.,.vor,.,. 138 .... ' ................. Soled Dressing ................ 16o'. t#' | $ tSad r leH i; g S;uTe  .............. 18o,.9 8 ( Im.r|.l White, ,4rich Size = 0 ( Ol!ves ........................ ,= 98 Paper Plates ................... ,oo7 0 F .... G .... Kolher, German $tyle, orGimui ..... Sprlngfresh white Paper,N.apki ns ............... ,,0. 6 9 ' vanDilIcomp'lPickles ................... ,,o,  I "" .=,'0'."0.or. : ,., -,o Pork R Beans ............ ,.= 39 27' Off t / 7 Ivory Detergent o., ......... 32 o,, I Frethie:mSmollShe11M ..... i ..... Blue Mt.$p:IIM .... B,Chld .... U'lr- .... f r Salad Macaroni .............. -= 84 ' Cat Food ........................... ,.,=.  Z" $""' ........ ge' ShlOBOY' ..... SothernStyl Farman's Relishes ........ ,,=2/$1 Hashbrowns ..................... 7 8 "''': ..... o,,,. ,o.. Mustard ............................ ,,=. 8 4 Family Favorite; Hamburger or Hot Dog Cluster Buns,..= ,=o. 48 ..,..u,. ............ Marshmallows ................. ,.= 74 BEEF FRESH ................... lb. Am=cld Tabl. ,: Reg, or A mtd. Flm'or. K raft Miniot ere Tums .................................. ,,,, $1 78 Marshmallows ............... ,0,= 49 SLAB BarS Old Fosh, $  .............. ---"^N ' 'ooed, Smokedl 1Q Dgkqwq= By the piece, 6 to8 Ibs.. lb. ' JJ  JJ IF' D.:::  SPARE Sql nal _ ,.Or CANTALOU H RIB. .3,bs.,u.der ............. ,b... --- , SWEET & ( HALIBUT --- - -- RIPE EACH ROAST 00re.h .. ,h "3.19 PERCH Fillets. 'b * 1.99 = Prices good through May $1st, 1983.