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The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, August 10, 1983 - Page 9 IHS athlete orientation Students athletes planning to participate in fall sports at Issaquah High this year will receive orientation on Thurs- day, August 18, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the school&apos;s activity center. The purpose of this pro- gram is to present informa- tion regarding eligibility, in- cluding medical examina- tions, insurance coverage, and the payment of required participation fees. Athletes are required to pay the $25 per sport participation fee to the district in addition to the associated student body card, which is $15. Coaches of the sports will be present to answer ques- tions and to give specific in- formation needed by the in- dividual planning to par- ticipate in that sport. Turnouts for the various sports begin with football on August 22. Cross-country, volleyball and girls tennis starts on August 24, golf on August 26 and girls swim- ming on August 3 I. Students and parents may also obtain further informa- tion by calling the school of- rice at 392-6418 from 7:30 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3:30 p.m. daily. Parks and Recreation Adult Slowpitch Standings Women's League Division I W L *Issaquah Honda 9 3 Fall City Services 7 5 Zetec 7 5 lssaquah Merchants 7 5 Gaslamp Tavern 0 12 Hole in one 77, of 205 Birch, was out with two friends s Falls Golf Course August 3 when he hit shot on the 17th hole. With his eight-iron, the ball just off the green, where it rolled and landed -- plunk -- right in the hole. Yeah, " his friends Jack Siles and Fred Frohs were Whole time. Two years ago, Hartstrom hit his first on the third hole at the same course. He's e ever since the course opened about 20 ;r=,ation corner Men's League Big 9 League W L Gaslamp Tavern 9 2 Darigold I 9 3 Blue Sex 8 4 SuperMarket Services 7 4 Ruby's Arco 8 6 Lakeside/Escon 5 7 One Way Plumbing 4 7 Fischer Meats 2 10 Rainiers 2 I I Women's League Division I1 W L *Fearsome Foursome 9 3 Green Streaks 8 4 Foothills Restaurant 7 5 Rolling Log Tavern 0 12 Parks and Recreation Department is taking for the following summer programs. For further tin call the Park Department at 392-713 I. s Wilderness Day Camps: For boys & girls 13-15 August 15-19 t, Football: Starts August 15, for boys 9-13 years Youth Camp: For boys & girls 9-16 years 5 starts August 16, Session 6 -- August 23. Theatre Classes: Call 392-1942 for informa- AlpsTrails Club Hiking: Call Larry Vinter, 392- ,747-1457 . ......... i ;,' 's needed: The Recreation Staff is seek- for fall classes. If you have a leisure hobby or rou would like to share with the community, please rice, 392-7131. S S Ebsary does not be expensive to food. The the important establishment Specials each may be an that the foods On the other there are many indicate Of t foods are ed and later a microwave. ,t to Prepare all of on a large menu, |(h day. Also, of Some salad be full of foods, or i be full of Light, heat and rot J to lose Value, and this as they sit tl are often vegetables color and ,'eggs used In are often If in doubt, to order a and a real or two. Sary can sup- informa- ling chemi- ati as. A FREE 1, 30 to 5:30, to 10a.rn. IZth N.W. Men's League Mountain Division w L Liberty Lanes 11 2 Joint Ventures II 2 SandstoneTwn& Ctry 10 3 Funes & Calve 9 3 Lawson Disposal 9 4 GaslampTavern ii 8 4 Rolling Log Tavern 7 7 Data 1/O 6 7 Issaquah Glass 6 7 Evergreen Mobile 5 8 Pace Invaders .i . 8 Darigold ii 4 '9 DeernadConstruction 2 11 Air Van Greenwood 2 I 1 South Cove 1 11 * League Champion Hair (00raplv'cs Now, downstairs (formerly Upside East) PERM SPECIAL s30 Regular $50. Offer expires 8-31-83. DIANNA--PROFESSIONAL NAIL ARTIST OFFERS A MANICURE SPECIAL--SAVE $2.00 Plain -- Now only $5.00 15 N.W. Alder PI., Issaquah 392-2515 k. (back of Haberdasher Bldg.) , BLUEBERRIES U-PICK OR WE PICK MT. SI BLUEBERRY FARM .s .,b 888"0821 ,.,.N,.. 42930 S.E. 92nd Street - North Bend, WA Located At The Foot Of Mt. Si iOn The Holly Farnd I .J % Issaquah"5 finest lunch place is now serving dinner/ 5:30 to 8:00 Wednesday- Saturday , For information call First year a success for girls Issaquah's first girl's big league softball team finished in third place this season with a 9-6 record. The big league offers a chance for 16 to 18 years olds to continue play- ing past age 15. Players on the team were: Carl Gosnell, Tina Mctzger, Becky Ginn, Donna Green, Kristi Hauff, Michelle Land- deck, Kim Mangold, Krystal Orni, Shannon Ryerson, Mary Ann Solvang and Lisa Wendt. The girls are coached by Howard Landdeck and managed by Les Ginn. Fraleys second in tennis classic Only one couple from Issa- quah placed in the llth An- nual Issaquah Open Tennis Classic last weekend. Madeleine and Larry Fraley placed second in the mixed doubles. Winner in the men's and women's singles and doubles were all from Seattle and Bellevue, with one winner from Snoquaimie. The competition is spon- sored by the lssaquah Parks and Recreation Department. Police & fire Flasher reported at Issaquah Valley Issaquah police are in- vestigating a report that a "slightly chubby" man, ap- proximately 5'-10" to 6' tall, exposed himself before young children at lssaquah Valley Elementary School July 28. The same man was report- ed among the many onlook- ers August l in the final prac- tice burn that destroyed the Cascadian Motel. According to Police Chief Dag Garrison, such incidents are rare in town. Witnesses to the July 28 in- cident say the man is well- tanned, bald on top but with brown hair on the sides, and wears glasses. At both sight- ings he was dressed in a white shirt and blue slacks (not jeans). He was further described by witnesses as appearing dir- ty and drunk. Reckless Driver Michael L. Hill of Carna- tion was arrested by lssaquah Police Thursday on suspicion of hit and run, drunk driving and driving with a revoked license. According to witnesses, Hill struck a vehicle driven by AI Lucas, of A & V Printery, 140 6th N.E., while in the Hi-Lo Shopping Cen- ter, and then careened down Gilman Boulevard. Thrown rider An 18-year-old lssaquah resident, Alan VanCamp, 425 244 N.E., received numerous injuries Saturday when a horse he was riding reared and fell on him. An employee of Sun Sparks Corral, VanCamp said he was out disciplining a horse for which the stables had recently received com- plaints. VanCamp broke his pelvis in two places, ripped muscles in his shoulder and back and suffered several bruises. FULL CUT, BONE IN USDA CHOICE BEFF ROUND STEAK $ lb. PORK LOINS FRESH -- WHOLE OR HALF Out from 14 lb. 11 ib, Loins (lut into Roast Chops, S Ooatr)' Style Spare Ribs'l" In Can PnokN[el) DRUMSTICKS YOUNg TURKEY Prey. Frozen Ib, U.S.BA. Choloe STEAKS BONELESS SIRLOIH TIP $ ib, NO MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED SLICED LUNCH MATS Armour - 12-oz. 8 Varieties Pkg. IILICED NAJVl Oberto Cooked 4-oz. 4 x 4" or 4 x 7" Pkgs. Pkg. FRiIN lUlIIIITOl Pinata; 5-oz. 4 Varieties Pkg. CNBDDAll CNBII$11 Bor-S Medium 2-lb. Wisconsin toof LINK SAUSAGE Old Faithful 8-oz. Skinless Pork Pkg. @1111 TORTILLAS Pinata Q-oz. Fresh Pkg. .VALUABLE COUPON DARIGOLD YOGURT Asst'd. Flavors 1 st 8 oz. 6 Cash Value 1/20th of 1 '. One Coupon per Customer. Good thru 8/16/83. No. 8801 NNIHIJli FOODS VALUABLE COUPON JUICE Hi- $ Country 1st 2; Addtl. 64 oz. at $1.28 Cash Value 1/20th of I '. One Coupon per Customer. Good thru 8/16/83. No. 8896 IS00IIUE IllUI00ET CUT FROM 14 LB. TO 17 LB. LOINS, FRESH PORK RIB UNOPS ..................... lb. '1.69 U.S.D.A, CHOICE BEEF BONELESS FLANK STEAKS lb. '2.99 FRESH COUNTRY STYLE PORK SPARE RIBS .................... lb. '1.69 HILLSHIRE FARMS; 3 VARIETIES SMOKED SAUSAGE ....................... lb. '2.49 SWIFTS INTERNATIONAL 6 VARIETIES, FROZEN CHICKEN ENTREES ................. 12 oz. pkg. 02.59 SWIFT'S BROWN'N SERVE 8 VARIETIES, FROZEN LINK SAUSAGES ........... s oz. pkg.' 1.19 BAR-S WISCONSIN MEDIUM CHEDDAR OHEESE .................... 2 lb. loaf o3.78 OLD FAITHFUL SKINLESS PORK LINK SAUSAGE ............... 8 oz. pkg.68 ARMOUR; 8 VARIETIES SLICED LUNOH MEATS ............... 2 oz. pkg. 98 Nabisco RITZ CRACKERS ............. 16oz. Sl 38 Assorted Flavors Natural Fruit Drinks; CAPRI-SUN 6-oz. Pk .......... 10 P=k S2S8 Finesse: Reg. or Extra Body, 11 oz. SHAMPOO or CONDITIONER $218 Frozen Fried ThighsCHIcKEN & Drumsticks $2 1 8 BANQUET ....... 2soz. Frozen Fried Breast Portion BANQUET CHICKEN'. ...... 22oz. s268 In a Country Crock 3HEDD'S SPREAD ............ 3,b. $138 Royal Oak Briquets $24 8 CHARCOAL ................... lO ab. Toasty-O's Cereal MALT-O-MEAL ............... 10oz. 68 14<I. Overnighl, 24.t. Newborn, o 18-t. Daytime O|=posable HUGGIES DIAPERS ....... ,,. Pkg. $29s Standby Formosan MANDARIN ORANGES ... 11 oz, 43 Banquet Frozen _..,,.. CnHq!CKEzN NUGGETS ....... 12oz. ;Z '0 CHICKEN PATTIES .......... 12 oz. s2 1 e Ore4da Frozen HASHBROWNS ............... 2 Jb. ^"YU Ore4da Frozen Heinz: Reg., Smoky, or Onion POTATOES O'BRIEN ....... 24oz. s18 BBC! S,=,UCE ........ SNOBOY Frozen Concentrate Nabisco Snack Thins APPLE JUiCE ................. 16oz. 98 BETTERcHEDDAi , ,  mmmmmmlmmml II I PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY, AUG. lOth THROUGH TUESDAY, AUG. 16th, 1983. _ LIMIT RIGHTS RESERVED. Sliced, Chunks, or Crushed Juice Pack DOLE PINEAPPLE ........... 20oz. 69 Springfresh Paper LUNCH BAGS ................ 40ct. 48  Raspberry or Strawberry . = 118 STANDBY PRESERVES ..laD,. BBQ SAUCE ................... 16oz. 88 BETTER CHEDDAR ............ 7 oz. 98 III I