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h AIps hik Philharmonic aqua es Intern plays at Debble L. Romano, 21, will ssaquah Parks and Recreation Department is taking work as an intern for the Bel Square :ior for the following summer programs. For further Press during the summer. tion call the Park Department at 392-713 I. She is a junior, majoring In )ic Dancercise Mini-Sessions: Clark Elementary, ity Hall, Pine Lake Jr. High, CPR Class: July 14 for &amp; older Wilderness Day Camps: For boys & girls 4-15 Intry Western Dance Night: Friday, July 8, Issaquah unity Hall 0rn Dance Night: Friday, July 29, Issaquah Commu- ,re the High Cascades on Horseback: August 13 & 14 Jr Football: Starts August 15, for boys 9-13 years up now! COUntry Youth Camp: For boys & girls 9-16 years ;Ion I  July 12, 13, 14 :shoe Tournament: July 4, 16 & older, Memorial Park s Lessons: aquah High School and Pine Lake Park, 31der, Session II starts July 18. : Issaquah High School, August 6 & 7, & Older I T-ball: Boys & Girls Grades K-2, Mondays & Wed- Memorial Park let Track for Youth: Boys & Girls grades 3-6, Issa- gh School, Tuesdays & Thursdays Theatre Classes: Call 392-1942 for further in- tab Alps Trails Club Hiking: Call Larry Vinter, 392- Jail Micai, 747-1457. Alps Hike Guide in the Issaquah Press for specific The Bellevue Philharmonic journalism, at Western Washington University in Orchestra will present a free Bellingham, and will summer pops concert at 7 graduate next year. p.m., July 29 at the Pacific She will write features Northwest Arts and Crafts and work as an editorial Fair in the Bellevue Square v assistant. Mall. Born In Rapid City, S.D., Highlights of the musical she has lived most of her program include "Big Band life on Vashon Island, and Sounds," "A Tribute to was a 1980 graduate of Vashon High School. While Romberg," "Selections from ; at college, she worked in E.T.," "Broadway To-  the reference department night," ;fMarvin Hamlisch of Wilson Lbrary. Her In- in Concert," and "Star  terests include reading, Wars." writing, history and wat- For more information call  chine hydroplane racing, the Bellevue Philharmonic IIIL ==. ..,,,,....,,,..,,.  business office, 455-4171. Free theatre tickets. Turn to the classifieds. If your name is there, you win two complimentary tickets to the Village Theatre. irle named a Milky Way All-Star Lavine of Issaquah 1974, is a non-profit or- " ganization established to pro- lied Issaquah HJgth e t,tP female atlam mote and encourage develop- :_de, Women's Sports ment of sports for girls and " dPp. Milky Way Bar women and to focus interna- lr Program. The tional attention on the ac- anne A [ Sponsored by complishments of female ,ars, makers of the athletes.,,, x sponsors Cragmnl 99 aY Bar, is given to =6 nt who best demon- I'around athletic, ex- i;krar,, and good citizen- 2-oz t;Lrs are nominated : School's athletic de- summer reading and receive a certi- by WSF found- King and Presi- de Varona. recipients become represent their re- the COUntry at the annual awards "A Salute to in Sports." Four ill-Star representa- be chosen by the Education Depart- Berkeley College. Will be made on the eSSays on each ath- by her school. Laura Lavlne The WSF award program will be held in New York Ci- ty. Great women athletes honored last year included Martins Navratilova, alga Korbut, Mary Decker Tabb and Sonja Henie, The Women's Sports Foundation, founded in program The Issaquah Library has planned special Quest Sum- mer Reading programs for school-age children ages 6-10 on Tuesdays, July 5, 12, and 26. All programs begin at 11:00 a.m. and admission is free. Participants must pre- register by calling or visiting the library located behind Ci- ty Hall. The telephone num- ber is 392-5430. Metric Radial VARIETY DEPT. Dual steel-belted Rayon body plies Smaller metriC'size coverage Performance tread design Popular 70 and 80 series izes TIGAR 20328R PRICE F.E.T. 1558R12 $34.89 $1.25 145SR13 34.91 1.35 155SR13 35.29 1.42 185SR13 38.83 1.84 175SR13 41.67 1.86 185SR13 45.19 1.93 165SR14 41.17 1.72 175SR14 185SR14 165SR15 185170SR13 175170SR13 185170SR13 185170SR14 195170SR14 43.75 47.15 43.29 41.04 42.39 46.47 47.77 50.85 1.92 2.08 1.81 1.88 1.72 1.91 2.11 2.15 Farman's Pickles Genuine Dill, Kosher or sis 9 Reg. Homestyle Dill, or g Cucumber 46-oz, Chips Jar b g 5_oz OQ Planter's Snacks ........ Cannister .. g Coos-Cola O'er Coke' Th' ,.,,o, s19 Fresco or Sprite ...... Igl Cons . 0, .... 69' Chunk Tuna See Trod ............. 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Cheese Lucerne, Mild, Med. orSherp 2-lb. $3" Cheddar, Monterey or Colby ..... Loaf g Lucerne, Asst. Flavors  B-o,. 81  I Yogurt Also, ,-oz. Gourmet ........... dons, KINGSFORD Briquets 10-lb. Bag m, =e. ue== Real 7-oz. $ 29 Keaal-wnlp Creom Topping ........ Con I * Gallon Frmt Drinks Lucerne .............. Jug 99 t00hn ennl ___ r___. Revlon P|'v Shompoor 15"z" $1S9 g riga Conditioner ......... Bottle g  / lee AII Wide Sheer or Pkg. $1 $9 uclna-Ala Postlcstrips ........... of B G.E. Miser L'ght Bulbs ok S2 49 55, 70 or 95 Watt .... g x 7 n POLAROID Two 81 399 "  Land Film, Time Zero . .. " .. ,Pack -I The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, June 29, 1983 - Page 9 BREAKFASTS Serving 9 to 11 a.m. Bring your own mug and we'll keep it full for 25 ! Monday through Friday Gilman Village 392-1209 Serving Suggestion '   [ If Sliced, lb. s1.59 _ ............... Whole Ham Smok-A-Roma or HYGRADE Boneless jP 5to7-1b.,W/A -- b. Turkey n..... AROUR Boneless $1 =9 IRLE/tlI II Froz.en ................ lb. Beef Rib Steak U S0A Cho,ce $299 5" Cut ............. lb. Qtrd. " or Split Broiler rryer Fresh Wash G ............. lb. 89 * 1-1b.u 9 Premium Franks sufewoy ........ Pk,*, Ice Cream Lucerne, al. Asst. g Half G Carton Totino's Pizza Frozen 9-0,. aO Party Style ....... Pkg. 11  PLUMP'N u,c, Chicken SWANSON 2-lb. $'J99 Fried, Frozen ....... Pk B, L g tlh.nnn e Imn-'. Scotch Buy 12-oz. VlI.III wveq Froze .............. Con 89 g J- MINUTE MAID Lemonaae Frozen ........ -oz. ......... Con 69' F Chenin Blanc, Zinfondel, French ranzla Colombord or Grenoche Rose'. ..... 3, s-t $ I 0 Iffill  / Chablis, Rose', Rhine ,,ll;llOOK or Burgundy .................. 34 $5 99 Regular 1 )12-oz. Rainier Beer or Light .......... i L Cons $4 99 B.er 12 ,,-oz Heidelberg NO Return .......... Bottles $3 49 < ,11 HAMBURGER OR HOT DOG Buns g Miracle Whip '*'*' Or'"'n' =.$149 KRAFT Pork and Beans vA, ,oz CAMP'S ........ Can 79' g 18.S-oz. Cake Mixes Mrs Wright's ......... Pkg. 69' Mac. & Cheese ,s,OH .,''''Pkgs $1 g t0-oz, Marshmallows F,R,,,0, ........ Pkg. 39' Small " . IIII Town House 22-0z. easnell Mocoroni ....... Pkg. 69'* J Large "" Town House 6-OZ. uuves Pitted Rip ........... Con 79  Hunt's Ketchup ,,ozSTS9 g Bottle PaperPlates Pkg. g of 100 Lean GroundBeef Raspberriesl Cherries :ffki;: $ O:OWl IhnY $ 8 N;ihn;e$t Salmon .uus."-- a. Silver BriteKeto. Fresh. ........... lb. $2 69 Bacon, t-'-.a (2-lb. ,3.17) 1-1b, $1 S9 dellllq*q;U Smok.A-Romo ......... Pkg. B Pork '""-"-- ,.,h,, Under $1 99 puu.rllBS Fresh .............. lb. Variety n--,- OSCAR MAYER 12-OZ. s 199 rO; Beef or ReR ........... Pkg. Full Flat Fresh Sweet r.... Tender $1 .--,, LorB. ....... 4 .rs Green nn;nne or Radishes A vululeveue ...... Your Choice"11' Bunches $1 Honeydew Melon .............. ,. 39 Granny Smith Apples ........ ,h. 79 * lb. $49 WALW'LL' Sweet Onions ..... 10 ,o , Romaine Lettuce race,, a ............ Eoch 49' Salad Tomatoes. 2 ' $1 s9 ........ 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