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Route #D1 Route #D2 Route #D3 Mt. Olympus at Mt. Airies PI. 8:28 Mt. Olympus at Mt. Pilchuck PI. 8:29 Mt. Park Blvd. atMt. Olympus Dr. 8:30 Mt. Park Blvd. at Mr. Logan Dr. 8:31 Mt. Park Blvd. at Mt. Jupiter Dr. 8:32 Mt. Park Blvd. at Mt. Fury 8:33 Mt. Park Blvd. at Mt. Defiance Circle 8:34 Mt. Park Blvd. at Mt. Defiance Circle 8:35 Route #D5 Mt. Park Blvd. at Mt. Adams Dr. 8:36 221st PI., SE at SE 56th 8:21 221st PI., SE at SE 60th 8:22 /st Ave., NE at Holly St. (trailer park) 8:24 820 Idylwood 8:29 960 Idylwood 8:30 Greenwood at Highwood 8:31 925 Highwood 8:32 Highwood at Greenwood 8:33 630 Mountainside Dr. 8:35 Wildwood at Greenwood Wildwood at Fernwood Wildwood at Ellerwood 880 Wildwood Wildwood at Sunrise PI. Wildwood at Wildwood Apts. Wildwood at Gibson Lane Wildwood at Clark St. 8"28 8:30 8:31 8:32 8:33 8:34 8:35 8:36 9529 Renten-lls Rd.:  - " 8-" 15 Renton-lss Rd. at SESZnd 8:18 Mt. Olympus Dr. at Mt. Quay 8:20 110 Big Bear PI. 8:24 290 Dorado Dr. 8:26 175 Dorado Dr. 8:27 Dorado Dr. at Capella 8:29 12th NW at Firwood Blvd. 8:31 Newport Way at 11th PI., NW 8:33 Exit 20 off 1-90 (bottom of off ramp) 7:50 SE Preston Way at 288th Ave., SE 7:57 28423 SE Preston Way 7:58 29015 SE Preston Way 7:59 29318 SE Preston Way 8:00 29631 SE 82nd 8:02 29510 SE 82nd 8:04 30385 SE High Point Way 8:06 Upper Preston Rd. at SE 97th 8:09 10035 Upper Preston Rd. 8:10 10515 Upper Preston Rd. 8:12 10707 Upper Preston Rd. 8:13 Upper Preston Rd. at SE 110th 8:14 Upper Preston Rd. at SE 111th 8:15 Upper Preston Rd. at SE 115th 8:16 Upper Preston Rd. at SE 118th 8:17 312th SE at 316th SE 8:21 SE High Point Rd. at SE 87th 8:23 SE High Point Rd, at Jelsman Farm 8:26 SE High Point Rd. at 280th Dr., SE 8:28 SE High Point Rd. at 277th Dr.. SE 8:30 PHONE NUMBERS Issaquah High Interim Principal: Dr. Margaret Davis 392-6418 Liberty High Principal: Bob White 228-3050 i Issaquah Junior High Principal: Tom Bradley 392-6433 Maywood Junior High Principal: Larry Griffith 228-4133 Pine Lake Junior High Principal: Larry Noel 392-1251 Apollo Elementary Principal: Tina Butt 255-7800 Briarwood Elementary Principal: Patty Festor 226-5590 Clark Elementary Principal: Marry Budzius 392-3621 Issaquah Valley Elementary Principal: Fred Glandon 392-7537 Maple Hills Elementary Principal: Lois White 228-5363 Sunny Hills Elementary Principal: Dr. Boyce Heidenreich 392-5251 Sunset Elementary Principal: Bob Koontz 746-4700 N.E. 8th & 156th N.E. IN BELLEVUE $2.00 OFF" BASEBALLSHIRTS $1.00 OFF YOUTH SHIRTS Shirts in a variety :4 of colors. s.004P , Wor  J= C==ue bJe=" FREE BOOK COVERS. 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M-F, other times by appeintmmt ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED *rossroads MI BEHIND OLD NATIONAL BANK *SuiteQ1,Crossroads/vtJI, Bellevue, Back To School HAIRCUT SPECIAL ! 20% OFF 1  ! With This Ad  For Appointment Finishing Touch Beauty Salon HOURS: Mon.-Tues., Fri. 8:30-5 Wed. & Thurs. 8:30-8, Sat. 8:30-4 Crossroads Ma]] next to Pietro's 746-3663 TAKE COMMUNICATION T0 COLLEGE! '--, W"r.13CgR STUDENT PHONE Works with rotary or tone dialing systems Memory redial button Mic mute button Ringer off/high/low switch 14 foot coiled cord I year guarantee S249s go-corn Systems, Inc. TELECOMMUNICATIONS DICTATION SYSTEMS Crossroads Mall 747.9132 L Issaquah High Cheerleaders -- back from left: Lori Saunders, Debt Sammann, Rhonda Kutz and Heidi Kayler. Front from left: Dawn Gildenvan, Sharon Dean, Jennifer Decker and Shannon Odegard. L Issaquah Drill Brusco, co-captain; Windle, captain. L: Team Officers -- from left: Lara kesley Armitage, secretary and Betsi Issaquah ASB Officers -- back from left: Chris Engle, vice-president; Debt Sham- mann, secretary; Maryann Solvang, treasurer. Front left, Kerr Sandberg, activities coor- dinator; Sharon Cress, president. Issy will draw on experienced players passing from Issy this year. "We're not going to be as conservative as last year," said Saunders. Issaquah High Football Schedule Fri. Sept. 9 EAST CATH Thur. Sept. 15 BOTHELL Fri. Sept. 23 at Inglemoor Fri. Sept. 30 MERCER IS. Fri. Oct. 7 REDMOND Fri. Oct. 14 at Juanita Fri. Oct. 21 LAKE WASH. Fri. Oct. 28 at Newport Thur. Nov. 3 SAMMAMISH Thur. Nov. 10 KingCo at Memorial St. Game time: 7:30 Lunch prices School lunch prices will be the same this year as last year. Students in grades one and two pay $.85 for in- dividual lunches and $17 for 20 lunches prepaid. Grades three through six pay $.95 for individual lun- ches and $19 for 20 prepaid lunches. Students in grades seven through 12 pay $1.15 per lunch or $23 prepaid. i \\; by Debbie Brusius Issaquah High's football team is not short on exper- ience this year because most of the players will return for another season. Defense has three of five players from last year. Of- fense will have center, quarterback, and two runn- ing backs, and all the rest will be new faces, says Coach Gary Moore. There will be some hard decisions for Coach Moore to make this year about who will start. "The competition is strong. This junior class is probably as talented as any single class we've had. We have three linebackers for two positions," Moore pointed out. Issaquah does have its weak points. Moore wonders if the offensive line will perform as they have to, especially in the kicking game. Field goals and extra point attempts may be a problem. But Issaquah has its strong points too. "'The secondary is almost intact because we only lost one person. Defensively we should be pretty strong because of a lot of returning starters. Tight ends Ron Evans and Peter Erickson both are really good. Tight ends are really important to our offense." Kirk Kriskovich will again lead the team as quarter- back. Last year's center Paul Werner is returning, and so is running back Scott Schaeffer, who suffered a dislocated shoulder last year. Jeff Joyce, who replaced the injured Schaef- fer last year, will also be running back this year. Scott Saunders is returning starter on defense, maybe a wide receiver. Fans can expect more Issaquah Junior Class Officers -- from left: Nancy Sweatte, president; Michelle Lillibridge, vice-president; Kriss Jones, secretary and Jacquie Miller, treasurer. GRAND OPENING ISSAQUAH SCHOOL.AGE CHILD CARE \\; :xclusively for the older child, ages 6 to 12 Located at Issaquah Valley Elementary Serving Clark and Issaquah Valley students (other schools as transportation allows) 6:00 a.m. until school begins at 8:45 a.m. Hot breakfast available. HOURS After school (2:45 p.m.) until 6:30 p.m. After- school snack provided. Full day care when school is closed for holidays, con- ferences, etc. Organized indoor and outdoor activities Transportation available to and from school, to after school activities, sports programs, field trips, gymnastics, etc. COST Grand Opening Special--*1 per hour during Sept. only. Regular $].54) per hour. 10% discount [or more than one child per [amily.