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uest? No, Issaquah was not invaded by renegade Norsemen over the weekend. Instead, it was the Society of Creative Anachronisms having a camp-out at Hans Jensen park. They were seen piloting their Viking boat on Lake Sam- mamish Saturday and Sunday while other costumed mem- bers were spied around town visiting such haunts as the local Safeway. s, Mariners tied for first place Plumbing to pace the Yankees offense. forced a tie The Press Mariners also Issaquah Press put together some impressive the Senior AAA offense, as Mike Finnegan, Little League Doug Thoma and Ricky :ees gain- Newton all had two hits in of first place by three trips to the plate. Bob the Mariners by a Clapsaddle lead the Mariners 12 to 11 and the by a score of offense wth three singles in four at bats. Both teams have one regular season game to play. If the tie remains after the end of the regular season, the teams will meet in a play- off game to determine the league champion. Issaquah Little League Standings Senior Final Scores W L Yankees 12 Mariners 11 aers game Hans Flag Program Indians 13 2 Engles II Athletics 5 up the Kiwanis Dodgers 7 8 Yankees 15 Federal Dodgers 6 for the Yan- Rotary Club Phillies 6 9 Mariners 10 Athletics 7 struck out Lawson DisposalRangers 4 11 Yankees 16 Eagles 15 up Scores Major Final and nine hits in Indians 21 Phillies 8 W L of work. He indians Ddgers 15 9 Dodgers Rangers 6 I Cascade Moving Cougars Astrs 14 9 61 on offense by go- Senior AAA Kiwanis Braves 8 7 five at the plate. ' W L LionsClub Lions 6 9 a single and Issaquah Press Mariners I1 4 SeafirstPirates 4 11 three official at Anderson Plumbing Yankees 11 4 F.O.E. Eagles 4 11 Gibbens had F.O.E. Eagles 5 9 Scores in three at bats Rolling Log Athletics 3 13 Lions 10 Eagles 4 Braves 20 Lions 4 Astros 10 Eagles 7 Coast Final IRWAY LAWN W L Quallt,'P'r*ess Bobcats 13 2 lssaqu'ih Mar tgage Eagles 12 3 " ' .  Traid Recording Angels Fischers Meats Yankees Steal & Sun Photo Cards 3411 121 I 4 Dodgers 2 11 LANDSCAPING soo,o, Eagles 3 Cards 2 Bobcats 9 Eagles 2 ii Yankees 10 Angels 7 Cards 18 Dodgers 10 , Sodding, seeding, landscape construction BASIC SKILLS Don't leave school and design ,,,,,,,o.,,,,,,,,, Individualized Reading ASnOs tPr uU t ?n garnec n and Math Instruction i a Jntenance Children & Adults *Free estimater =All work guaranteed* Cant, Lic. No. 222 02 37031 881-7924 REDMOND-ISSAQUAH I that Calf Course Touch to your Landscape Call for Tour 622.8896 James Erlckson, MSc Peter Evans, Jr. MA 4317128th Ave. S.E. Bellevue Just Ih Mile Soulh of Flctorla Square Dvd*O{ec'J tO the ')ucce,s of ou, Stuclents SINGLES ONLY! i DANCE00 / DANCEV00 DANCE '1 Friday June 4th at 9 p.m. V.F.W. Hall 4725 - 148th N.E. Bellevue Lake*Washington East Singles Annual Issaquah Chili Cook off aid in Memodal Field on July4th. lr the contest is sanctioned by Appreciation Society Interna- no-bean chili will be allowed. will provide everything they Cook their chili on location. $10 Leith pre-registration required. Issaquah Press, 45 Front St. :Ions? Call 392-6434. l'0:I B$t'RB88 MAILBOX & tm SHIPPING CENTER 4038"!] 128th Ave. S.E. (Factoria) EHIND "PRIME TIME" RESTAURANT Private Mail Boxes n UP.S, Shipping & Receiving Air Express Photo Copies (up to I I "x 17") Postage Stamps n Business Cards n Rubber Stamps 24 Hr. Message Center 641-6551 Issaquah Parks and Recreation Adult Slowpitch Standings Women's League: Division I Issaquah Honda Zetec Fall City Services Gaslamp Tavern lssaquah Merchants Men's League Big 9 League Blue Sox Darigold I Gaslamp Tavern SuperMarket Service Lakeside/Escon Rainiers Ruby's Area Fischer Meats One Way Plumbing Women's League Division II Foothills Restaurant W L 2 0 Green Streaks 1 0 Fearsome Foursome ! l Rolling Log Tavern 0 1 0 2 Men's League Mountain Division W Joim Ventures W L Lawson Disposal 2 0 Liberty Lanes 1 0 Sandstone 1 0 Funes&Calvo l 0 GaslampTavernll 0 1 Air Van Greenwood 0 2 Data l/O 0 2 Pace Invaders 0 0 Rolling Log Tavern 0 0 Darigoldll Deernad Construction Evergreen Mobile W L lssaquahGlass 2 0 South Cove Force hurls no-hitter Jay Berry's big league County team in a double- baseball record went to 4-5 header. In the first game Is- last week. Last Tuesday the saquah was hammered 14-2. team traveled to Bannerwood Zach Hausken had two of Is- 0 Park for a game with a saquah's3hits. 2 powerfulteam from New- In the second game, Issa- 2 port. The boys from Bellevue quah won 8-1, on a fine no- prevailed 18-10. The only hit pitching performance by L highlights for Jay Berry's Norm Force. He struck out 0 were both Eric Martinez and eight batters in the 7 inning 0 Paul Johnson each going 2 game. Zach Hausken was 2 0 for 3 at theplate, for 3 and Kevin Lake had 3 00 Last Sunday Jay Berry's runs batted in for Jay 0 entertained the North King Berry's. 1 ] Issy holds 50-year reunion 1 0 2 The 1933 graduating class 0 2 of lssaquah High School will 00 22 meet for its 50 year reunion 0 2 from 6-10 p.m., June 26, at the Issaquah Holiday Inn. A full program of events and a dinner are scheduled. Of the 52 graduates in 1933, 44 are still living, and 37 of these plan to attend. The four that can't come live too far away to make the trip. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, June 22, 1983 - Page 9 ................... CHEVEU: A simple name for extraordinary talent Jori & Terri are back in Issaquah feeling more creative than ever. For all of your hair care needs, please drop in or call br an appointment. 392-4900 640 N,W, Locust Next to the HI-LO Shopping Center Beef Steak IGround Beef Blade Chuck U.S.D.A Choice lb. Beef 7-Bone Roast gsgAe ,*1" Beef Arm Roast . ......... i$1 s' Corned Beef BRrliHet ............... ,J169 Pierre Rib B-Q .o... ......... ,,,oz S2119 Any Size Package lb. C Fish Fiflets =,,,,,,, c,u """ ,0.. ..... ,.o... ,,,. s 2  9 Half Ham ;'g,*;.fi! ........ ,. s2" Pork Rib Chops .(,!o !!;,! L=%. Sl" Pork Spareribscou.,r,,,. ...... , S!6' Cantaloupe CalifrnlaLarge Fresh Each Mushrooms Fresh ...... 12-oz. Cup ii s179 Leaf Lettuce Green, Local... Bunch 49 c Apples Delicious, Ex. Fancy Red or 'Golden ..... lb. 59 c ........ ".....-:.  ,;;:(, , , .... ....... .......... 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Geissler, 01ymple, s200 Helen Hymeyer, Bellingbam, Sl00 Robert Hnasmeier, Aberdeen, 2100 Jenice L. Pinkstaff, Lynden, s200 52 WAYS TO WIN! PLAY 4 GAMES AT THE SAME TIME! ALL PURPOSE ASSORTED REGULAR OR DIET gg Toss.n.SoftDetergentOU"'X"'v'o,,x" ' ........ P!Osg00= $l ,, Gold Medal Top Ramen Cragmont Liquid Bleach pu,x ........... 7%89 Flour Noodles 2-Liter Pop j Dial Bath Soap .......... 4;:;Sl" o::$1" 99 A[IAA Town House Who e 46-oz. a O I rllR,ll Dills or Hornburger Chips .......... Jar77 gl-. g g Bt,. Coffee MJB Aqua-fresh Toothls, ........ 8, ""ule * 14,  Pampers Cony. Pack with St. Dry Oolhers48.c,. Toddlers .., BOX $8 69 Noxzema Shave Creamt'Sl s' j Eveready Cor DSizeBotteriss ............... ,Pg2 *149 o.',=' Cheese ',;o% FoT! ........ '"o11.75' Dannon Yogurt ,., ........... o.. '' 49 Ricotta Cheese ,.,Go ...... !s $1" Shedd's Spread (.n,.ok 2' ' $16' Cream Topping 'uc'r...o.o, ...... '** $14 Seedless White or Red Flame lb. Green Beans Fresh ............. lb. 59 c Tomatoes Florida Grown ..... lb. 69 c Strawberries Be"" 98 DEL MONTE 32-oz. Bottle C Charcoal Lighter w,...o ".S24' Refried Beans ReguIrROSARIIA ..... 30Cn 99* t Apricot Nectar s. w ....... '':oo 45' [ Handi-Wrap 1T'Wide ....... 2% 99' Grapenuts $189 g Post Cereal... 24.oz. I Chicken "0000:i:ull $ 99 -- KINGSFORD I lll Ifdll Ib   Sag Box Ice Cream SnowStOtAssotsd ........... H,c'oo s 14' Orange Juice *:0"' ....... ,t;;s10, Meat Pies ,,",'-" ........... ,;: 39' t Lemonade r';= ............... '.:49 t Eggo Waffles ,'2:,." .... '.';;: 79' Prices effective Wednesday, June 22nd thru Tuesday, June 28, 1983. Sales in retail quantities only. Taylor 0,,0,..,,"""'""".., ,., , ."" 2:;sS" Almaden French Co,ombord Chenin Blanc. Rsisling or.. 1. :5; s3. Coors Beer [Y' ........ 12 "&*; $4" Hamm's Beer .......... 12'=;s3 ''