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VOlunteer with King Fire District 10 for 13 Years. He works with King Medical One and is a education instruc- medicine 10. Kiwanis John Whittaker Will often be @n call for days break. also awarded uist its Leader of the taught Sunday aish Hills Church for 18 is chair of the Education Cam- that church. She teacher training rs and Christian kshops and as America. o the winner m un ity s ervice swan of "The Partners for Nurture Award" given by three major Synods recognizing the top five leaders in the Northwest. She is also a member of the Issaquah School District&apos;s Instructional Materials Selec- tion Committee, a former member of the Language Arts Committee and last year's chair of the National Right to Life Survey in the Eighth Congressional District. The Issaquah Lions Club voted Bob Nissley the Citizen of the Year as someone who has "had his soul tried to the fullest yet turned around and made things happen." Nissley was injured in a gym- nastics accident while demonstrating for Issaquah High students many years ago, and has been a quadraplegic ever since. He has seen to it that the lives of PLAY Double Groucho wizard hams It up as "The Wizard of Snoquah" with It a recent awards brunch held by the Sno- of the Girl Scouts. Among those receiv- volunteering were Pam Weiss, Ann !ntgomery, Marti Oien, Sharon Miller, Vi- urner, Vicki Bates, Emily Muir, Mellssa Carol Gauntlett, Kathie Powell, Lois ng and Doss herself. Community service Presented to local attorney Pat Anderson, Church, Our Savior Lutheran Church, Elementary School, The Issaquah Press Valley Record. other handicapped people are made easier, said Lions President Ted Kadet. He has served on a Metro Advisory Committee to make buses available to the handi- capped and worked with the City of Issaquah to make its sidewalks and buildings ac- cessible. He has also been vice presi- dent, secretary and treasurer of Community Enterprises of Issaquah, a workshop for disabled adults and works 40 hours a week as its volunteer business manager. He also served as building chairman for the new CEI facility. The Senior Citizen of the Year was a unanimous choice, according to Senior Center director Tomm!e Troutman. The winner is Lillian Break, who "does everything she's big enough to do," says Troutman. Break took over distribution of government surplus butter and cheese for the seniors, sitting behind her little card table at the center for 20 hours a week. Troutman said she comes to the center even when her back bothers her, saying simply, "I'm going to feel miserable at home -- I might as well feel miserable here." The Issaquah Valley Kiwanis named Lorna Wil- turner its special Educator of the Year. She has been the Issaquah School District's administrator of special education for the past four years. She was described by Valley Kiwanis secretary Jim Seiber as "innovative, well- organized and empathetic." The Chamber of Com- merce named Issaquah Press managing editor Dabble Bar- to its Businessperson of the Year. Berto was chosen for her continuing concern for the future of Issaquah as it's reflected in the newspaper and for taking a stand even in the face of controversy. Bar- to is a former vice president of the Chamber of Com- merce, served on the city's celebrations committee and is a member of the Tourism Committee. The Chamber gave a special award to John and Mary Whittaker, founders of Villa Care Corporation. The pair began their medical work together as the "coun- try doctor" team in Sno- qualmie -- he made the calls, she ran the office. Eventual- ly, they began a chain of nur- sing homes that would ex- pand into eight facilities from Bellingham to Mercer Island to Renton. In bet- ween, they managed to raise Brake repair Special s99 s WINE AND BEER BIG O RIS PLUS POLYESTER BODY = 2 STEEL BELTS RIS PLUS SPECIAL 28335R PRICE EXCISE TAX JS Continued from Page I I l children. Speaker at the banquet was Chuck Langlois, a self- described "community motivator" who told the au- dience the way to promote a town is to "proclaim your uniqueness." He gave example after ex- ample of towns suffering from inferiority complexes who came to life after finding and promoting what set the town apart from others. He told of Springfield, Oregon, which was the target of jokes in the local newspapers as the home of "Velveeta, ribs and rednecks." Citizens decided to advertise the tacky white horse and rider statue in the middle of town. The town Kingsford WIZARD Char Lighter, ]2..z. '1.39J lO.Ib. Bag slogan became "Springfield -- more than a one-horse town." Horseshoe tracks lead to the historic homes in town and a huge horse parade developed around the theme. He told of Waitsburg, Washington, a town "so small, it only had five commandments -- and only obeyed three." The Press will sponsor a day with Langlois Friday, June 3, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Holiday Inn for $12 per person. It will be a brainstorming session of ideas for promoting Issa- quah. The fee includes lunch. For more information, call the Press at 392-6434. CHARCOAL BRIQUETS 64-0z. $41T 5 Grape Juice WELC.'s ........... II,, -- Chili & Town 15"0'.$1 Beans,oo. .......... 2 ca.s 21 -oz. Baked Beans II, M ............ con 89' Biz Dry Bleach ............ f%' $2 4'  Peanut Butter SKIPPY... 211-oz. $2S9 ...... Jar Safeway Will Be OPEN MEMORIAL DAY May 30, Regular Hours :< ....... Paper Plates c Zee Napkins Pk of $16' ............ 360 ' 3.5-1b. $1 T9 Pancake Mix KROS.AZ ....... flog m, lie LSweet, Hamburger or Hot Dog .. 1.2-oz KellSn Town House ........... Jo; 49 ` J Mustard Prepared 24 "O' m Town House ............... Jar 65 Lawn g Leaf Bags ,.w. o??o $14' J Cragmont Pop ....... L2oz ..... ,, cons 99 Non-Aerosol 8-oz. $ Flex Net Hair Spray ................ Bfl. !" Aim Toothpaste ........ II 2.OZTube $ ,1 29 C-110 126'  Kodacolor 111o, 1 s,,,,. ....... 24 EXP.Rol, Sdll=,L I)nlnen;A TIME ZERO = VN=eV|M or 600 LANDLANDFILMFILM ......... Each $49 Russell Gutbrod, Spanaway, s200 Alan Landerholm, Seattle, slO0 Debrs Morgan, Everett, s25 Melody S. Oliver, Federal Way, s25 Knthryn Shaw, Cle Elum, sSO Val Morris, Everett, s200 William Clark, Tacoma, sl 0 Edn Valdes, Suable, $100 geatdco Wilson, Seattla, s25 Cheryl Gray, Olympia, slO0 Alice L. Minidt, Port Townsend, sl O0 Tank= M. McMilian, Renton, s2S Charles P. Kidd, Kent, s200 Lois Grlfflth, Ellenburg, s200 'South Pacific' OPENS JUNE9 Village Theatre 120 Front Street N., Issaquah RESERVATIONS: 392-2202 1983 Season Tickets now on sale/ rl 392-7425 James g. Pezoldt, Rellevuo, s200 Mark Ford, Seattle, s$O Janet Charmichael, Lynnwood, slO00 Nancy Mason, Puyallup, slO0 Knthryn Scheidt, Tacoma, s200 geverly Rhoads, Tacoma, $100 Theresa Johnson, Seattle, s1000 Pntrlcia McMilian, Spanaway, $50 Carol Musial, Brsmerton, $100 Lyia S. genedict, Port Orchard, sl O0 Richard A. Fields, Kittitas, *50 Roy Rogers, Kirkiand, s25 Christine Hamac, Kirkiand, s200 Ronald L. Heacch, Rent, s25 Pepsi Cola Diet Pepsi, Pepsi Light or Mt. Dew $ 12-oz. Cans 59 Steaks Seafood Cocktails conveniently'located I block south of The Village Theatre FOR ISSAQUAt t EI.EMENTARY SCHOOLS MAY30- JUNE3 Man.- MEMORIAL DAY -- NO SCHOOL Tues.- Hamburger, Corn, Vegetable SUcks, Pears and Pineap- pie Wed.- Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Vegetarian Beans, Vegetable Sticks, Chilled Pears, Chocolate Cip Cookie Thurs.- Salisbury Steak w/Whipped Potatoes and Gravy, Whole Wheat Roll, Green Salad Cherry Cobbler Frl.- Hot Dog Re up, Corn, Apple Quarters, Cookie SECONDARY SCHOOL ENTREES Man.. MEMORIAL DAY -- NO SCHOOL Tues.- Hamburger or Fishwich w/Cheese or Salami & Cheese Sandwich Wed.- Cheese Pizza or Pastrami Sandwich Thurs.- Salisbury Steak or Egg Salad Sand- wich Fri.- Hot Dog Rollup or Ham & Cheese Sand- wich CourtOsy of PUGET SOUND BAKING CO. in Mark-It Foods 392-1341 Tea Room -- 355 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 392-1700 Fried Chicken FILL 4 CORNERS OF ANY CARD AND WIN DOUBLE WIN '2,0001 WIN '2001 WIN sSO| WIN S 1 O| ODDS CHART k d MANOR $ HOUSE Frozen  2-lb. Box French Frie orC,nk,.Cu, 2-,b. ,., llel-air. Frozen .... Bog 7 Eggo w.=,,.. Rue or 11-0Z. OO I/!/UIII1 Buttermilk, Frz.,. Pkg. g7 Apple Juice SNEC ,6.o,. Frozen ............ Can $ I 1 9 Lemonade Bel-oir 12-oz. Frozen .............. Con 39 Orange Juice Frozen ,2-oz. llel-air .......... Con 89  I Miracle Whip KRAFT $ 32-oz. Jar 49 LargeAAEggs Lucerne Dozer Soft 2/8-oz. Margarine 'ME,,AL ........... Tubs 93 IMO Dressing ............ ,6oz . c,. 59' Reddi WhipRO' ,o, $ Cream ...... Aerosol Con 1 19 Cube l-lb. I Margarine o,,h lla, .......... c,. OV l .or. Curd l-lb. j LUCERNE Cheese I,o, LOW Fat... COTTAGE ... Ctn. 1'1 Potato NALLEY 8-OZ. Pkg. MRS. 12.oz $1 t s Table Syrup IIUTERWORT"'S ...... B,, Cheez.lt Cr=kers 1oo, su.....E ................. Pkg 89 Tomato Paste,,w ........... 6&, 29' .... ll-oz. $1  Tomato Sauce s, w ..... 4 ca.. , A. 1. Steak Sauce ...... 'z $1g',,, I Wesson 011 lu!ce Boxes "'"'"'v OOc Pkg. of 3  LT,""_-dlWlIL 8.5 oz. IJ All v...__ S119 24-0z. 4k Btl. A.D.C. Coffee M,XWE, L ,b S5.. HOUSE ......... Con 8-oz. $A99 Yuban Coffee ,.ston, .......... Jar-, lnstan-" - XWUL ,0o. v ottee ,ous .......... ,or s4" ,b S7, Yuban Coffee Regular or Drip .... Can Ripe Olives s=,,. ,,,ed ,.oz Town Hose ............ Can89 Aluminum Foil ,'Y. .... Pk, $14 TAYLOR m lili Chablis, Rose', 1.S-Liter $569 CAL,F .eiiars llurgu, or Rhi., ......... o,, , Gallo ,o,o..i,., ,i,,,i., Chenin 1.5-Liter $169 lllanc, Fr. Col., Rose' or uv. lllom ...... Bottle J Rainier Beer ,u.o 12 ,,o. $4" ......... Btls. Samuel" .-[ Po,eA,. ,2oz 3mira NoReturn ......... 6 ll.s. $7 4e roe w/exchang e tire BF GOODRICH ALL TERRAIN P155180R13 $52.73 $1.50 P165180R13 53.75 1.64 P175180R13 54.97 1.63 P185160R13 55.90 1.90 P185175R14 56.98 2.00 P195175R14 59.63 2.13 P205175R14 64.62 2.34 P215/75R14 66.76 2.49 P225/75R14 69.67 2.67 P205175R15 64.94 2.44 P215175R15 68.69 2.59 P225175R15 70.99 2.74 P235175R15 76.85 2.96 Gabriel Red Ryder RADIALS SHOCKS Best Steel Radial PICK UP, RV, CAMPER ,20.,s SIZE P235/75R-15 s79900 Free Installation Plus $3.35 F.E.T. 60N.W. GILMAN BLVD. I " 1 ISSAQUAH 392-3831 L :: J ! I Beef Steak I00le FryerslStrawberries I Asparagus i!.eSll!si: h o ice $ ,,sru: :r n Re,eIhp e : ' ;kllem; Grown" Dry lb. lb. Boneless u.- SMOK-A-ROMA S to 7-1bs. glUllll Water Added ........ lb. $1 39 1-,b. s 149 Premium Franks ,.., ...... g Beef Roast ,.fla. $1" U.S.0.A. Choice .......... Ib. Beef Arm Roast u SeA $ I g' Choice .......... lb. lb. Ground Beef A.S;z. s I =' Package .............. Ib. Pork Spareribs ,.,b,.  u $1" Fresh ............. lb. Sole Fillets Fr.sh."r .................. , $2" Bacon, Sliced ,.wa,, ,s-,b .......... Pkg $2  i I Pint SAFEWAY BAKED GOODS [ j Hot Dog Buns __ ISSAOUAH or Hamburger 8 Ct. J[l Mrs. Wrlght's ........... Pkg. 1] i GRANNY i__l__ From Niw SMITH ppies Z.,on ................. lb. 79 ' Cantaloupe ....................... ,b. 59' Fresh Spinach T., ................. llonch 59' Select Carrots No., .......... 2 g 79' Fresh " Jumbo $1 =qP Apricots Ripe .............. lb. Sweet Corn Calif'ni ............... 4 ,=Sl Your Radishes or .n Onions .,. Choice 4 llahos $ I Navel Oranges *,NK,ST .......... '. 49' Prices effective Wednesday, May 25th thru Tuesday, May 31, 1983. Sales in retail quantities only. AMERICA00 SAFEWAY FAVORITE FOOD STORE