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student cited for damaging fire truck "Year-old Liberty with lights and siren running, lssaquah Road. Fire officials The youth was cited for student has was traveling at 10-15 miles say the vehiclewas moving at failure to use due care and by the Washington per hour when the youth a high rate of speed, but the caution and failure to yield to in conjunction pulled out over the center line massive size of the truck an emergency vehicle. traffic accident that of tile highway to pass traffic stopped it cold. the youth&apos;s car and that had halted for the truck. A second fire truck had to District Fire Chief Butch estimated $1,500 be called out to the original Cedarholm says the damaged a Fire District 10 The fire truck, northbound fire site, but officals say the truck will be out of duty athe way to a call. on 148th Ave. S.E., struck minor fire was already out by about three weeks, but the small foreign car which the time the substitute truck reserve engines will assure no say the fire truck, was westbound on Renton- arrived, loss of service. Toddler school back-to-school night October S .Ik ,ll. . High School throughout theevening in the college entrance and other s,ory.me night for library, where principals, academic information and to A storytime program for Will be held Wednes- counselors and librarian will plan for senior events, toddlers is planned at the Is- 5, at 7:30 p.m. be available for informal especially graduation and the saquah Library on Wednes- a general meeting, discussion. Material will be senior party. The all-night day, October 11, at 11:15 their sons' on display both in classrooms senior party that follows a.m. schedules, meet and in thelibrary, graduation has been tradi- The programs, intended and receive in- At 8:45 there will be a tionally organized and for children ages 2-3 accom- programs, special senior parent meeting managed by parents of panied by an adult, will con- will be served in the cafeteria to provide seniors, tinue each Wednesday through December 14. Community Baptist's new pastor begins work this Sunday Community Baptist 1978. Eric and his wife, Vir Church, 205 Mountain Park ginia have served the Pirst Blvd. S.W. is pleased to an- Baptist Church of Ver- nounce that a new pastor, million, South Dakota for Rev. Eric C. Hohnstrom will the past five and one half begin his tenure this coming years. They have two daught- Sunday, October 2. Church ers, Heidi 2, and Bridgett, School will be at 9:45 a.m. one month. They will reside and Worship Service at 11 at the parsonage, 370 Mt. a.m. Baker Dr. S.W. Rev. Holmstrom, a native of Washington, graduated from Renton High School, attended the University of Washington, Seattle Pacific University and Vanderbilt Divinity School. He was or- dained into the ministry in Rev. Holmstrom is excited to get back to the northwest and this particular church. He says "I've been impressed by the caring and loving spirit of these people and the excitement about the future that they share." OPEN 9 AM to 9 PM DALLY 80 FRONT STREET SO. - ISSAOUAH PINK NORWEGIAN HALIBUT MEDIUM .EAr SALMON SHRIMP MEAT UEAK 0YSERS 005.49 003.99 TOP ROUND S,AK 0+c+,c0+ ..................... ..'2.28 HORMEL SLAB BACON +,+++ ..................... ..69 + LENNON'S LINK SAUSAGE ................... ..'1.79 SLICED BEEF LIVER .......................................... ,.69 + B.,. +2.99 00-00IER HYGRADE HOT DOG ,00 .............................. .'1.19 ARMOUR LINKS 0+co+, +2 29 HOT, KULBASSY POLIStt ....................... EA. a OSCAR MAYER VARIETY PACKS,o, ..... =. II.99 SLICED BACON +,+N+,+ + ,t.38 1202 ............. ;, .................. r. ii " HEINEKEN LAGER SIX-PACK CANS+,+4.69 COLONY CLASSICSN'ocM+++' :'NN ........ +3.89 EDELFRAU LIEBFRAUMILCH,+L ............... +2.49 ST. MICHELLE GRENACHE ROSE,+ ..... +3.29 SIX-PACK 16 0Z. B0ms OR , PRODUCE" 10, APPLES kf/,/N ' t CELERY CARMEL APPLE WRAP 0049' 'i'w.i BEEFSTEAK TOMATOES ........................... ,, 59 + IES & GREEN ONIONS 3 F,. +1 HASSAVOCADOS .......... iiiii ..... .39 + PEARS ........................................ .39+, "- CHUNK (_ GROCERY ") 2-PLY LIGHTTUNA  BATH w+,,+Y .nSSU,. w&;g??:o GREEN BEANS  ,w'?;.+Y 63 00,Y++p00O00WHT00 4, +OL,+L "lO+ ORCREAM STYLE, 160Z.  "I' -- i 10 LBS' FLOUR , o 1tl TOWELS ii H' R r " ' E5  M7LT' + APPLE SAUCEwEs+E,NFAM Lv, oz ............... 49 + IMITATION MAYONNAISE N[?Na2oz ...... +t.03 STRAWBERRY PRESERVES FAM,LY 320Z .. +t.79 APPLE CIDER WESTERN FAM LY, 64 OZ .............. +1.69 w.+. . TOMATO JUICE WESTERN FAM,LY ,60Z 119 + EGG NOODLES WESrRFAM,LY, ,OZ. 69+ ............. W,OE+ EX..A W,O, ,'RS.D .......... TOMATO CATSUP WESteRN FAMILY 32 OZ . + mpnou WE+E,, FA,LY, LOW .63+ ........... ,-.. w,.,. ORWH,E.. ............... TOMATO SAUCE WES+ERN FA.,LY. , OZ .......... 3Pt FABRIC SOFTENER .,.,.,.,.,u"=+ ,oc'WES'RN FAM,LY ,. , +1.49 STEWED TOMATOES WESTERN FAM,LY. t6o, ......... 51 '+ CASCADE DISHWASHER DETERGENT6 OZ. 2.49 KOSHER DILL PICKLESwEsTERN FAM,LY, 220Z ..... 11'7 + TIDE DETERGENT POWOE,,. 490Z .............. 2.09 99  CUCUMBER CHIPSwEsTERNFAMiLY, 220z i 117 + M ./ELL HOUSE COFFEECuR 3LB ...... t5.99 , EIJ SANDWICH SPECIAL _ t -DAIRY ( F-R0 FOODS ') CIAO REGULAR. DOGS ..'1.O9 2 LB. MEDIUM ........................................... 99 CHEDDAR LOAF BEEF & CHEESE OR SAUSAGE & MUSHROOM ...................... EA. WESTERN FAMILY SALAD ...... ? ............................. OF THE WEEK: es effective Sept. 28-0ct. 4.1983. We reserve the right to limit quantities. ...... .... TONY'S ITALIAN PASTRY PIZZA 6 VARIETIES '" +399 +199 17 OZ. ill C0UNTRY CROCK 'I 68 WESTERN FAMILY 99 + SHEDD'S SPREAD ................ ,". a ORANGE JUICE ...................... +0 PILLSBURY 99)i WESTERN FAMILY 79 + PIPIN' HOT LOAF ................ ,ooz PETITE PEAS ......................... .oz WESTERN FAMILY '1 S9 WESTERN FAMILY 3100+ ORANGE JUICE ................ "., 0, . SPINACH LEAF OR CHOPPED ........ II) OZ. DARIGOL0 3199 + WESTERN FAMILY 99 + YOGURT ASSORTED FLAVORS ....... IOZ. STRAWBERRIES ..................... .oz. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, September 28, 1983 - Page 5 Virginia, Heidi and Eric Holstrom I I ISSAQUAH GALLERY DIRECT KODAK PROCESSING PICK-UP ALSO CX STI)P IN' MiD ASK ABOUT '' OUR PROCDSING PROGR.IM FILM PHOTO SUPPLIES ART SUPPLIES 392-4247 49 FRONT ST. N. WAPATO POINT WILL ISSAQUAH, WA 98027 TREAT YOU TO A $65 MID-WEEK i ,. MINI-VACATION FOR TWO Let US SIMPLY FOR TOURING OUR BEAUTIFUL CONDOMINIUMS. answer VVt* warn 'vt ....... t hor,t. VVhel} "you I ...... 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