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Page 10- The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, September 28, 1983 ii South End May Valley'Maple Hills'Briarwood Roxaine Reynolds (255-5849) ii Barn red is the color of the Coalfield Five-Star Athletic Club's new paint coat. The Five-Star Junior foot- ball team will play a game against Kenmore in the Uni- versity of Washington Stadium before the Oct. 1 Huskies' game. The team is undefeated in season play so far. Coached by Ken Mar- tinez, Dan Martinez and Lon Shook, the boys are Dan Alley, Russ Cuvelier, Jeff Dion. Shone Evans, Blake Gustafson, Glen Hagerman, Match Hopkins, Joe Jarvis, Jan Johansen, Jason King, Rob Lemley, Brad Martinez, Rick Martinez, Mark Taylor, Greg Walker, Brian Watkins, Chandler Wilson and Steve Keppler. Lord of Life Lutheran Church families will have dinner "progressively" Octo- ber 8. Different courses will be served at members' homes. Maple Hills Elementary School plans a volunteer in- service and orientation on October 6 in the school library from 10 to 12. Each volunteer will be taught to use office equipment and du- plicating machines. Clinic volunteers will learn proce- dures and library voh,,., :, r will be taught the system. The school makes use of a large number of parent volunteers. Maple Hills School has ex- tended the fall paper drive and will receive newspapers from October 13 to 18. Hours of the Ma01e Hills Elementary School Curricu- lum Night will be from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Septem- ber 26. Maywood Junior High School's annual Open House is October 4. Parents will visit their students' class- rooms in an abreviated sche- dule of the students' day. Staff members will be on hand to give information about the classes and to an- swer school-related ques- tions. Stretch 'n sew fashion show held at library Fall Fashions for home sewing will be shown by Loretta Osborne from Stretch and Sew of Bellevue at the lssaquah Library on Monday,'October 3, at 7:30 p.m. Come and see the new fall designs, fabrics, and col- ors. This show is presented for all women of the area by the lssaquah Pine Benders Homemakers Club, a Wash- ington State Extension club. Displays of crafts will be shown and refreshments served. Millions Have Quit/ You Can Too! STOP SMOKING A Proven 5 Day Plan Free as a Community Illl Service Oct. 9-13 7-9 p.m. !ssaquah Seventh-Day Adventist Church 425 E. Sunset Way Issaquah, WA. For more information call 392-4256 SALMON DAYS SALE! OPEN UNTIL 8 P.M. SATURDAY & SUNDAY NEW! FISHER INSERT with glass doors LIST $1,089.00 SALE s88900 SAVE $200 CASCADE FREESTANDER LIST $725.00 SALE s62500 SAVE $100 TRADITIONAL INSERT Washington Stove Works OLYMPIC FREESTANDER with glass doors LIST $849.00 SALE s74900 SAVE $100 Over 10 lines to choose from including Fisher, Olympic, Cascade, Tradi- tional, Ritewood and Frontier. We barter and trade. "A family business owned and operated by Mike and Pat Faast and Ken Homer." Regular Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 36 Front Street N. 392-0772 Community Enterprises of Issaquah NOW IS THE TIME TO CASH In Your Cans ISSAQUAH RECYCLING CENTER HOURS: We also accept newspapers, M-F 12-4 P.M. card board and glass. SAT. 10-2 P.M. ............ .......... WE BUY ALUMINUM CANS FOR 30 c PER POUND (with this coupon) ISSAQUAH RECYCLING CENTER Cash Value 1/20' Expires Sept. 30, 1983, Located on N.W. Juniper St; behind Foothills Restaurant Thank you for your continuing support i Police & fire Knife-point robbery attempt City police have little to go on in the knife-point robbery attempt made in the early morning hours Sunday against an Issaquah woman. The attack was made in the Bavarian Village trailer park. The victim told police she had left the front door of her residence unlocked and a man suddenly burst into the room just after 1:15 a.m., brandishing a knife. The woman reported that when she began screaming, the man left without taking anything. King County police units, assisted by K-9 dogs, were unable to follow the man out of the park. Stolen guns recovered City police, working undercover on a tip from an unidentified informant, ar- rested a pair of transients in the Vip's restaurant at 2:15 a.m. Sunday, and charged both men with a recent theft of $1000 in guns and hunting equipment from an lssaquah man. Arrested were Randy Allen Pettit, 19, and Richard D. Wilier, 17. Both men gave no permanent address. Victim "of the theft was Greg L. Wilson, 660 Wild- wood Blvd., lssaquah. The day before, two shotguns, a rifle, a compound hunting bow and arrows, sleeping bag and some cash were stolen from his home. Most of tile items were recovered by police. Items Stolen A car, television and camera belonging to Janice Whitcomb, 245 N.W. Holly, were reported stolen on Sep- tember 24. DWI James G. Wornast, 18, 2920 252nd S.E., was cited by lssaquah Police Saturday for driving under the influ- ence of alcohol. Wornast was stopped on Newport Way, near the Fire District 10 headquarters near midnight, after officer Keith Hansen spotted him turning onto Newport at a high rate of speed and temporarily los- ing control of the car. T-BONE STEAKS USDA $ CHOICE BEEF lb. -:i:::i!!ii?;d?: !:,/ii ii,i!/, :: :i: :i;:il),; :L !Ji'i!/i! i);: )ili: ,Jllll illll i TOP SIRLOIN STEAKS James R. Lycette, 30, 14080 S.E. 17th Place, E-4, Bellevue has been cited for driving while under the influ- ence of alcohol, in Issaquah. Lycette was stopped at 1:43 Friday morning near the corner of Sunset and Front. Bike-riders attacked by dogs A 48-year-old Issaquah man, out for a Sunday ride with his wife and 14-month- old child, suffered severe in- juries Saturday when the bi- cycles were attacked by a pair of large dogs. Barry Hartman, director of the Mercer Island Jewish Community Center, was in Eastside Group Health Hos- pital Monday with a broken collar bone, possible frac- tured pelvis and several pos- sible broken ribs. Hartman's child, strapped into a protective bicycle seat and helmet, escaped with on- ly minor injuries, the father reported. His wife suffered no injuries. Elderly man survives heart attack A 96-year-old local man planning his seventh trip to California this year, w0.s re- ported in satisfactory condi- tion at Overlake Hospital Monday, after suffering a near-fatal heart attack at the Motel 6 in lssaquah. Harrison Tyler Martin, re- cently of Bellevue, had been in town visiting his daughter and her family, the John Hoffman's of lssaquah, when the attack came at 3:31 a.m. Monday. According to Mrs. Huff- man, Martin was living here pending a planned vacation. PRIIIRIE MIIRI00ET NO. 2 RUSSET CARROTS Fresh 2 lb, Bag S $ lb. Bag JONATHAN Fancy HOT Hygrade's Meat Literacy training offered A free training . those who would others read al English will consecutive ing October 1 The seminar is the Eastside cil, a group volunteers to English speakin$ Eastside. r : : The sessions from 9 a.m. to 3:1 the Barbell United Church at 18515 in Bothell. For 392-5539 or FOODS USDA OHOIOE BEEF Sd lb. (Beef Franks ea. 78 ') ] 2-oz. Pkg Armour Chub 2o Thuringer, S258 Sliced, Kro41 Sin lies Ame BOLOGNA or MOZZARELLA JIMMY Pl SALAMI CHEESE SAUSAI 5 Varieties l) 28 Brand 68 4 Varieties { l-lb. Pkg. 12-oz. Ball 12-oz. Roll Fresh GROUND lb. VALUABLE COUPON DCHIC Swanson's Frozen Plump & Juicy 1st 2 2 lb. Cash Value ]/20th of 1 '. One Coupon per Customer. Good Thru 10/04/83. No.8875 PRHIRIE MHRKET "''" FOODS VALUABLE CouPOI CRISO Regular or Butter Flavor Shortening lst2 * 18 3 lb. Cash Value ]/20th of 1'. One Coupon per Customer. Good thru 10/04/83. No. 8890 PRlURIE MlUmET : i  HYGRADE'S HOT DOGS Meat (Beef Franks at. 78') 12 oz. pkg. Jennie.O, Boneless, SelfBosting, Frozen '1 48 TURKEY ROAST ........... , Evaporated 1 3 oz. Macaroni & Cheese Mission Dinners 7 '/4 oz. LUX SOAP QUAKEIR OATS Regular Fresh, Washington Grown 89  CUT-UP FRYERS ............................... , Both Size ru Frozen 38 Bars or Quick ....................... oz * 14o Fresh, Boneless, Leg Of Pork =1.68 ,oz 42 PORK ROAST ............................. ,. Parade Brand, Fresh Park, Reg. or Italian LINK SAUSAGE .......................... ,b 00b0q00 P,e000 LO BRAUNSCHWEIGER .............. ., UO Fresh Fillets of =1 68 BLACK COD ............. ,b FreshFall, WholeorHolf, 4to6lbs.,HeodOff *2 38 SALMON ROAST .......................... , = Instant Powdered Milk; t4kl 12 Quartz ,498 FOREMOST MILKMAN ..... ,,o, Pure Vegetable CRISCO OIL .......................... 32oz, s 158 Frezhle; 100-el. TEA BAGS .............................. soz. s 1 ' Sprlngtresh 4-Gallon Plastic GARBAGE BAGS .................. o., 88 uncan Hlne Ready.to-Spread: ABorted 'I 1 R FROSTING ........................... ,,,,, o, " e - - uncon Hines: Choc. Chip COOKIE MIX ....................... ,,./, oz. $1 33 Duncan Hinez: Peanut Butter COOKIE MIX ....................... ,,v, = * 1 ' 6 SNOBOY Frozen Concentrate GRAPE JUICE 59  ,,IOBOY Frozen Reg. or Crinkle C'ui .................... 12 oz. FRENCH FRIES ........................ ,. 88 SNOBOY 'I e.v" Natural Style With Sk ins; Frozen SLICED POTATOES ............... .oz 88 SNOBOY 'N ew" Frozen COB CORN ...... $1 o8 Frozen Reef Sandwich Steaks ........ ' 4 Eors ,,oz S27a :) :: FRESH MEAT AVAILABLE ONLY AT THESE LOCATIONS... Issaquah 1871 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Skyway Family Market 12600 Renton Ave. S. Federal Way 32945 Pacific Hwy S. Bellevue 2208-136th PI. N.E. 1510-1451h PI. S.E. Burlan 236 S.W. 152nd Redmond 7370 170th Ave. N.E. =1.68 woodinville 17705 130th N.E. Kenmore 17562-68th Ave. N.E. Bremerton 4 ! 73 Wheaten Way. 2521 -Gth Street Ranton 343 Union Ave. N.E. juanlta 9755 Juanita Dr. F( CAKE MIXES Duncan Hines Deluxe Bount' Layer: Assorted Assorted or ,.o..68" 92 ct. High Extraction Ground HIGHLAND COFFEE ............ '*" Reg., Ddp, or ElK. Perk Grinds HIGHLAND COFFEE ............. ' Hi-Country APPLE CIDER ........ ' ................ ' *'' Rogu Traditional or Homeltyle: Plain, hlOt, or W/Muzhrooml SPAGHETTI SAUCE ............. "" Red or Tropical Fruit HAWAIIAN PUNCH ............ "' Y el Iow GENERIC POPCORN ............. ,,b S; Long Groin HINODE RICE ......................... "' Frelhie: Wk:, Fancy, or Exlro wde EGG NOODLES .................... '" Frethie Inltant Flavored CHOC. DRINK MIX ...............  Happy Cot Soft Dry PURINA CAT FOOD ............. '" Dry Cat Food PURINA THRIVE .................. ,v,,,. Reg, or W/Mini Morlhmollowz Mix; 1-oz. Env. SWISS MISS COCOA ....... PRIDES GOOD WEDNESDAy, SEPT. 28th THROUGH TUESDAY, OCT. 4th, 1983. LIMIT RIGHTS RESERVED.