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Midsummer Fest Churches Price reappointed Faith United Minister The Rev. William B. Price, pastor of the Faith United Methodist Church in Issa- quah for the past year, has been reappointed for another year. The announcement was made by Bishop Melvin G. Talbert during the sessions of the l l0th Pacific Northwest Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church. The Pacific Northwest Conference is composed of some 270 churches served by over 250 pastors in the state of Washington and in nor- thern Idaho. In addition, ap- proximately 40 clergy are ap- pointed to ministries beyond the local church, including hospita.l and military chaplaincies, seminary and university faculties, mis- sionary service, and certain recognized institutions. Sammamish Hills holds Bible School Sammamish Hills Lutheran Church on the Pine Lake Plateau is holding a vacation Bible school, July ll-16 from 9 a.m. to noon. There will be Bible lessons as weF,. a music and craft pro- i:ole program is for child- ren age four through those who have completed sixth grade. A $5 donation per In the Nordlska Folkdancers troupe takes the stage at Vasa Park's Midsummer Fest, held last Sunday to child is asked to defray the n to the memory of the people who helped build and preserve the park. Photos by Debble Bruslu,. cost of materials. The public the kids to Y-comp " |e Family YM- skills, develop an apprecia- f .... ii GREAT FOOD BOYS FOR ) ng registrations tion of nature and the out-of- er day camps, doors, make new friends and l i INDEPENDENCE DAY I re offered for feel good about themselves. es 3-14 years, IN STORE DEMO Y ieh accomodate Sessions are also available i THU SDAY & FRIDA i ents and can be for preschool age children i ON FOLLOWING ITEM THIS AD EFFECTIVE THROUGH JULY5. i MY child care. and campers entering grades h ............................  i" ......................... .' In Preston pro- weeks beginning on June 20. , EarmM , , t I vu I I OpPortunity to For further information or i mm l,m,,lim,, I I I I I lmpi.ng, close to registration call the Eastside nleNIJrgwri il-JJIiilla t n,,'x r- ,/ i i  i,.,, t'  i ten learn camp Family YMCA, 746-9900. i 0[ t' t I"kJl'l rN LII] r%0 =-i i BIGGER, SMOKIER, , t  ! I ! co..s..o.oo.o ,, !1 e I I BUY3GETONE ' " ' 16oz. /11/_-"4' m   ; m I  , ,?----- I ' -" L' ,'. ' : "' Ii s4 I_' ....... I- ,: :': 1 :-t: "  ..... / I s 88 -= .... .I . ,,_ 1. , ',:: CUREMASTE UAILY ROUTE SERVICE  7,.,. ,ram_ " /Si":':;i!" HAM mm MADE FRESH DAIL Y!  . .:. ,m ,,,,;, Caa'tgetAwayFortuneh-- m ^,,AGE CHm'.e ,-: :-/,,,,,s, e @ V lb. m  ' k" r 96 Yo Lean No water added - m TRY USI 392-9890 vv, n v,,, .... , ....... ','. o -  m 11 OZ., 4VTYS. .... 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Squak Mountain REEN HOUSES Mile South On Renton-lssaquah Road (Hlway 900) Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. CIoaed Sundays Introducing Hair Now, downstairs (formerly Upside East) .W. Alder PI. Issaquah of Haberdasher Building) :515 Yn, Linda & Drena and Shelley is back/ s30 Get Acquainted Speclal $50. Offer expires June 30, 1983. Black, Sweet o?, CHERRIES lb. Remlinger farms- Coupon wOOh 1/20 I coupon pot customer V Your complete fresh fruit & vegetabt market I I I I II II II I I I I 'm I is welcome. For further information, contact Pat Blankenship, 883-8887 or Marcia Dion, 392-2340. Neighborhood Church holds picnic The Neighborhood Church, 625-140th I.E., in Bellevue will celebrate the In- dependence weekend with an all-church picnic on Sunday, July 3, from 2:30-6:30 p.m. The regularly scheduled evening service at the Belle- vue location will be can- celled, and the Neighbor- hood family will enjoy fel- lowship and recreation for all ages at the Lutheran Bible In- stitute (Providence Heights, Issaquah). The picnic at 2:30 p.m. will be potluck. Punch, coffee, and serving ware will be provided. The day will conclude with a celebration time of worship and praise. The Department of Licens- ing reminds motorists that all Driver Licensing Offices will be closed July 2, in obser- vance of Independence Day. The offices will resume work- ing hours July 5, 1983. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, June 29, 1983 - Page 5 Hailstone hospitalized Hooker Hailstone, St. head of Darigold's separator facility, fell off a tank truck last Saturday and landed on his head, gashing his fore- head and seriously injuring his back and hand. Hailstone was pulling the smokestacks off of a milk tanker so that the truck could fit in the unloading bay when he tripped on a metal bracket and pitched over the side. Hailstone said that sur- geons at Overlake weren't sure what to do about his back, adding that there had been damage to several verta- brae discs. "They had a con- ference with me about it," Hailstone said, "but they didn't really tell me a thing." Both Hailstone's hand and back have been injured dur- ing his thirty-year career with Darigold and Saturday's accident aggravated old in- juries. Now he's resting in relative comfort at Overlake, with nothing to do but wait.   Everything you will . need foryour4th July _. Picnic-Including 'j Farm Fresh Produce -,, AtltsBest '"   ' STORE HOURS: M-W 9-7,Th-Fr 9-8, Sat. 9-7, Sun. 10-6 DISHES & GREEN ONIONS CANTALOUPE A salad must ., .," Ready to eat 1 OC.o, SAVE 23 EACH 1 LB. CELLO ROMAINE Santa Rosa CARROTS LETTUCE PLUMS Great for relish trays Great salad Item Ripe, Sweet SAVE 26 EACH WALLA WALLA SWEET ONIONS Jumbo Size Sweet eats like fruit 4 il. 3001. 59' 4it. SAVE 16  EACH SAVE 26* EACH SAVE 30* LB. SAVE 24 = LB TIGER MOUNTAIN FRESH BAKERY -- PUGET HONEY HAMBURGER &  .,LUNCHEON CAKE ,, HOTDOG BUNSI iii:-: _ _ ::::" " zi PK @ I 1,99 6::'15  .... SAVE 14  ON 6 PACK SAVE 50* HYGRADE  RESH MEAT o,_o_c.o.c, BEEF II/,E}0NELESS HAM .. ,,,,, '--, . MID O/E/'t I g' -TIb. water added ,," !L: '!i " 00v38 " .......... " 2,98,00. --T ---- LB. SAVE $1.00 LB. USDA CHOICE i I HORMEL WHOLE FRESH SOCKEYE i TOWN & COUNTRY FLANK | PORK SALMON | THRIFTY PACK STEAK I TENDERLOIN STEAK | FRYER __ m StirtryrBBQ__ Caught in Alaska m Southern Grown 3m38 12.008 2.981 S8, SAVE60 LB. m SAV $. SAVE =1.00 LB. = s,v,11. LB. FARMAN'S  KINGSFORD DILL PICKLES CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES 1,-008 -- 2,4; Hn%eSn'#le --    10 'bs. Genuine Kosher SAVE 30' SAVE $1.18 SCHMIDT'S KRAFT MIRACLE MICHELOB and DARIGOLD BEER WHiP DRESSING MICHELOB LIGHT ICE CREAM 6/12 oz. All Flavors 12 PACK 32 oz. V2 Gallon 3.09 1.39 2.89 1.38 SAVE 26 SAVE 27* SAVE 3P Save 51 = 30 QUART FOAM SHASTA6 PACK POP WESTERN FAMILY CHEST LEMONADE WITH MOULDED SIDE HANDLES 12 OZ. /1.09 3001.00 1,66 Reg. Pink SAVE 23 = SAVE 56* ON 3 SAVE 63 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm IBBICOUPON SPEclALS,mmmm mmmmmmmmmmemmmmmmmmmm " ARIZONA BRAND CORN CHIPS 30 i -- Western Family 9351 :  - - ,-,.  GRADEAA EGGS i :C o*' 4 n  : r}jP- ir - imlr lll  Limit one : Limit one percoupon  -- percoupon Cash value 1/20 of one cent. Expires 7-5-83. Cash value 1120 of one cent. Expires 7-5-83. Prices effective 6-29 through 7-5 We reserve the right to limit 625 NW Gilman Blvd