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Page 10 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, October 5, 1983 South End May Valley'Maple Halls'Briarwood Roxaine Reynolds (255-5849) Scouts collect awards Apollo Club Scout Pack 498 took in six new cubs at the first fall pack meeting September 27. Adam Brock- man, Richard Cooper, David Johnson, Michael Paulson, Thomas Pugsley and Royce Repenn received their bobcat pins. Aaron Lukas, Paul Biladeau and Toby Anderson completed their bear badge requirements and were pre- sented Webelos scarves. Three boys earned scout- ing's highest award. They were Tommy Cochran, Jerome Peery, and Thomas Addleman, who graduated into Boy Scout Troop 498. Three adults assumed new positions in the pack. Ida Cuellar is assistant cubmaster and Linda Brockman is den leader and Tom Pugsley is assistant den leader. The Women's Missionary and Prayer Fellowship of May Valley Alliance Church will hold their monthly meeting at the church Oc- tober 6. Men from the May Valley Church will attend the Alliance Men's Round-up at Canby, Oregon, October 7-9. lit lit * The Maywood Junior High School PTSA is expect- ing to have a crowd at the October 29 Arts and Crafts Bazaar• Table spaces are nearly sold out. A wide varie- ty of items will be offered for sale. For information tele- phone Jackie Koeneman at 255-5749, or the school office 228-4133. Learn to communicate A four-week workshop de- signed to help couples better understand the backgrounds and needs they bring to their relationship, ways to nego- tiate for their needs, and ways to resolve differences is being offered by Eastside Mental ltealth. "Couples Communica- tion," led by Catherine Elder, M.Ed., will begin Thursday, October 6, and run for four successive Thursdays from 7 to 9:00 p.m. The workshop fee is $50 with pre-registration re- quired. The class will be held at" Eastside Mental Health, 1609 116th Ave. N.E., Bellevue. For more information on this and other classes and work- shops call Eastside Mental Health, Education Depart- ment, 455-9156. TIME-WISE Oo GROCERY-DELI *Oo ICE CREAM PARLOR Kristi Barnhart with Gogrs Doll. KrJsti Bar, pnart champ Jn practical, orse Kristi Barnhart and her members of the Ramblin' horse, Gogi's Doll, are Riders 4-H Club. They have number one Grand Chant- qualified for state competi- pions .for Washington State tion for the last 5 years. 4-H Practical Horse competi- tion for the second con- Practical Horse lakes a secutive year. She and her great deal of patience and Pinto Arab mare are cooperation between horse and rider. They must face several of the many obstacles a rider might encounter on a cross country trail ride. They are usually asked to open and close a gate without dis- mounting, cross a bridge, side pass logs, etc. +:SlOF N., OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 6 A.M. to 2 A.M. (Winter Hours) Celebrate Our 1 st ANNIVERSARY! START YOUR MORNING RIGHT? • FRESH COFFEE 0 BEAR CLAWS • CINNAMON NUT ROLLS • DONUTS HARD ICE CREAM CONES Several flavors to choose from: 1 LARGE SCOOP.. • 55 e 2 LARGE SCOOPS $1.00 SANDWICH BAR Let-tuce build you a sandwich? You select your bread, meat & condiments: BREADS MEATS, ETC. CONDIMENTS White Ham Lettuce Wheat Turkey Tomatoes 9 Grain Roast Beef Pickles Light Rye Pastrami Onions Sourdough Tuna Salad Ketchup Dark Rye Egg Salad Mayo Kaiser Roll BBQ Beef/Ham Mustard French Roll Submarines Sprouts MOST SANDWICHES TIME-WISE GROCERY-DELl COUPON BUY 1 SANDWIC H, GET 1 FOR 1/2 PRICE With this coupon only Cash value 1/20of 1€. Expires 10-12-83. OTHER GREAT FEATURES nOT DO(;S 99 c CHILI DOGS ....... $1.95 BBQ BEEF OR HAM ................ $2.95, LARGE SALADS .................... $1.75 BURRITOS, small 79  large ........ $1.29 HAM & CHEESE MUFHNS .......... $1.79 SCHAEFER BEER 1/2 RACK ........ $3.69 PEPSI 6 PACK CANS ................ $1.49 ' CALIFORNIA COOLER ............ 99 c ca. TIME-WISE GROCERY-DELl ICE CREAM PARLOR 392.9377 810 Front St. N., Issaquah To qualify for state fair, Barnhart was in the top 10 at King County. Then she was Police & fire Stereo stolen Rodger Boston, 18818 S.E. 46th Way, lssaquah, ' reported the theft of a com- plete stereo system, of as yet uncalculated value, from his home sometime October 1. King County Police K-9 units were unable to track the burglar. Kids sought in theft James W. Brusso, 4345 189th Ave. S.E., reported the theft of a credit card, sleep- ing bag and binoculars valued at $150 from his home. King County Police are seeking Bi'usso's son and two other youths for questioning in the case. , ChainsaW stolen A chainsaw valued at $350 has been reported :stolen from the pump house belong- ing to John Hbffman, 24760 S.E. Tiger Mountain Road. Minor accident Todd Frick, 17, of 13801 S.E. 21st, Issaquah was treated and released at Valley General Hospital Saturday after suffering minor lacera- tions and abrasions in a one- car accident on Renton-Issa- quah Road one mile south of town. Chimney ,fire ,.upped in time A chimney fire which spread into the attic of a single story wood frame house did an estimated $4,000 damage Saturday to the residence of Richard Lytole, 20124 S.E. 152nd, lssaquah. Fire District 10 officials say that a free-standing wood stove ignited where the stove pipe joined the ceiling, creat- ing a slow-burning fire which required less than 10 gallons of water to extinguish, but among the top five lo qualify which did extensiv damage , for c.ionl, ip .,,.tothete, fters.  ........ ' Puyalhfl')he themrTft ..... Fi?e''en ronc, rt thn'( th, to Puyall'ffOfl Selember 25' a%" .......  '" ..... ,  r ' qsla e as extinguis just in where she placed first out of time," apparently minutes the top ten chosen from all before /,it would have over the state of Washington• threatened the entire house CASCADE TAX & ACCOUNTING c.,,,o, 392-6549 Appointment Cascade Business Park ' 104512th Ave. N.W., Suite 5, Issaquah FALL PLANTING / SALE! BLOOMING MUMS ) "INC 4" pots, reg. $1•19 .......... i... I' ea. WINTER BLOOMING PANSIES "7/1¢ 3 plants per cup ............ :.. Iq, cup FLOWERING CABBAGE 8, KALE S-II 34 1 gallon ........................ I ea.  BLOOMING CYCLAMEN S"ll 47 4" pots, reg. $1.97 .............. / ea. . PERENNIALS :/ Candytuft * SnowCap Arabis • Aubrletia • English Daisies 1 gal. size ,,,_ ..,, • Canterbury • Delphinium Reg. $1.97 I 1 Bells Many Morel YourChoice I ea. RHODODENDRON SALE! 01101 mlll I IL'_ EV:RV'rHINO Lu/o urr INSTOCK[ REG. VALUES FROM $8.95 TO $19;95 • ASSORTED SIZES * MANY VARIETIES . PLANT BULBS NOW  FOR SPRING BEAUTY  Tulips, 12 cm & above ............ 5,93 tz.d.. Da.od,s ................... ' ...... 3!$1 • 9 o . Crocus ................... ....... $1  Also Available /  " • Hyacinths • Dutch Iris • Anemones •& More ".b Squak Mountain .,,. '' GREEN HOUSES & NURSERY . Exit 15 Off 1-90. I Mile South On Renton-lssaquah Road (Hiw y900) Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Closed Sundaym Windsock stolen from festival booth A fish-patterned windsock valued at $100 was reported stolen late Saturday or early Sunday from a booth at Salmon Days operated by Charyl Roy of Puyallup, It was the only significant theft of the weekend in town. Fish poacher caught on creek Rodney G. Zabel, 20, of Renton, was arrested by city police Sunday at 5 p.m., and charged with fish poaching and possession of marijuana• Zabel was caught fishing on Issaquah Creek, between the city garage and the school district administration building. Police had been on the lookout for a poacher reported in that area several times in past weeks• Guitar stolen A $300 12-string guitar belonging to youth director Dave Herivai was reported stolen Sunday morning from Our Savior Lutheran Church• Hansen arrested Edward A. Hansen, 23, 16523 lssaquah-Hobart Road, was arrested by city police late Saturday on a bench warrant issued by Issa- quah District Court. The warrant for more than $940 was issued because Hansen failed to make pay- ments on a fine stemming from an incident dating September 25, 1982, in which he was charged with drunk driving and negligent drivinag. Hansen was released from jail after relatives paid bail. Learning the rules - .,,.] Doug McClelland (left) of the Department of Natural Resources was one of s facials including King County Police out on the Tiger Mountain roads, telling u,% else they met about policies to be enforced on the mountain. The stat% anyone took control of most of the land on the mountain, which will eventually be us.eot forest. Consistent law enforcement in the area was one of many reasons tle over the land. About half of the land had belonged to Weyerhaeuser• Films on power failures, .,;afety availcnble P,,I" outages can be dered how to handle both - rrcra'bsome ...... W0"l]rng problems; •l:'uget -SOund around electricity requires Power & Light Company has caution, If you have won- a slide and a videotape Were You In The Salmon Days Parade? 1Lbcr h... p,w.zer on available for strates electrical ' useat no'cost  del;ails the The 14-minute sl'ide ' el6ctricalshock. " presentation, entitled "Be "If The Lights (3¢ Aware, Be Safe," is a the title of a thought-provoking and tape presentation somewhat graphic presenta- recommended tion on the dangers of being during a power careless around electricity. 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