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Page 6 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, November 11, 1987 s' w ..=.,°  ° @ You are invited to an Old Fashioned Holiday Open House of your favorite Downtown Issaquah ............. ...... s Sh,ops Merchant Sunday, November 15th, 11-5 p.m. Ballard Furniture Stop in so we can thank you personally for a successful first year in business! Our success has allowed us to add new lines in addition to our unfinished oak and hardwood furniture• We have a great selection of holiday gift ideas like entertain- ment centers, desks, bookcases and bunk beds. 170 Front St. N., 391-1111. Fischer's Meats & Seafoods A special thanks to all our faithful customers! "Everything '' will be specially priced for this great event• Free cake and coffee, Balloons for the kids. 85 Front St. N., 392-3131. Danielson Jewelers Season's greetings from our home to yours! Join us for holiday goodies galore and drawings for gift certificates• Don't forget those Christmas lay- aways. 149 Front St. N., 392-3000. Backpacking Equipment Inc. This Veteran's Day BEI honors all U.S.A. combat veterans• To celebrate this event BEI will pay the 8.1% sales tax for anyone on anything in our store during the open house• Complimentary refresh- ments. 45 Front St. N., 392-1134. City Lights Video Coffee, Cookies, Juice, Drawing for a free copy of "A Christmas Story," Non-stop holiday films for the family, 82 Front St. S., 392-6700. Tempo Fashions Need some great holiday gift ideas ? Stop in and see the latest new fashion lines from New York. And while you are here, enter 5ur drawings to win two $25 gift certificates. Refreshments. 38 Front St.'N., 392-0886. Issaquah Gallery Catch the holiday spirit at Issaquah Gallery! 15% OFF all artwork in the gallery. Door prizes. Hot apple cider and lotS of yummy refreshments. 49 Front St. N., 392-4247. Ben Frankli Holiday greetings from Ben Franklin/Enter our drawings for MickeY Mouse and Ted E. Bear (large stuffed animals) 50% OFF all boxed Christmas cards. See our large selection of toys, 10% off on your purchase of $10 or more with this ad. 90 Front St. S., 392-1288 Issaquah Natural Foods Drury, Dorothy affd Devin Pickering are the new owners of Issaquahl Natural Foods, and they invite you to enjoy fresh coizntry cider, toasted popcorn, 50¢ yogurt cones, and an expanded selection of vitamins, minerals and natural food supplements• 55 W. Sunset Way, 392-7142. TECH Carpet & Interiors Happy Holidays fr.om Alexa Cristine and Phyllis Lasichl Carpet your home for the holidays and enjoy an additional 10% OFF including sale items. Re- freshments of course. Parking in rear. 108 Front St. N., 391-TECH. Join us! There's plenty of parking in Downtown Issaquah! . ,m. mJ Police and fire Sideswiped An Issaquah man driving home on Klein Hill Road on November 1 was nearing the crest of a hill when a second vehicle came over the top of the hill across the centerline. The car sideswiped the man's vehicle and continued down the hill. Police were unable to locate the hit-and-run vehicle or driver. There were no injuries. Off the road A 27-year-old Maple Val- ley woman received facial cuts when her car went off the road on Friday in the 11000 block of Issaquah-Hobart Road. The woman told county police she was watching the car behind her in her rearview mirror and was not paying attention to the road when the accident occurred. House hit Some tools, a chainsaw and a television were taken from the garage of a home in the 14000 block of West Lake Kathleen Drive on Sat- urday. Police say the burglar broke a rear window to enter the building. Car prowls A stereo and radar detector valued at $1000 were stolen from a car parked outside condominiums in the 4100 block of West Lake Sam- mamish Parkway on Novem- ber 3 or 4. A car window was smashed and a purse was stolen from a car parked in the 800 block of Rainier Boulevard North on November 5. Issaquah police say the purse contained $50. A car prowler broke the driver's window of a car parked at a tennis center in the 2100 block of NW Poplar Way on November 5. When an officer investigated, an- other car was discovered with a pried window. Nothing was missing from the second car. A pick-up truck parked at a restaurant in the 1300 block SNO-VALLEY Sweet Adelines BE YOUR FINISHING TOUCH For any occasion SINGING four part barber shop harmony SONGS from the 1890's to 1980's CALL 222-7790 of 630-4475 of NW Gilman relieved of a $150 radar tor on November 3. truck's owner said the had been unlocked. No news Newspaper machines The lssaquah Press stolen from outside a off Interstate 90 and outside a restaurant Gilman Boulevard on loween. Chains were remove the boxes. The left other behind. Brush fire District 10 firefighters called to a home in block of SE Place on Sunday, small brush fire blaze was quickly guished. Purse snatch A purse was stolen woman as she walked the parking lot of a center located in the 11 block of NW Gilman vard on Saturday. The assailant was as a white adult male a red sweatshirt. the purse he left in a grey Toyota Celica. Chain saw gone A chain saw was from the display area small engine repair shop! Front Street on Nov, Police say an officer had i vest!gated an open door location late on November ' but was unable to locate problem. More pranks A homeowner living in 200 block of Mountain Boulevard SW was hit tricksters on night. A stained glass dow above the front broken, possibly by a gun, and the house eggs and tomatoes. Bear-y good Issaquah police were to SE Andrews Street November 4 when a bear decided to have dinner the road. According to reports the bear "refused intimidated by officers" would not move until it finished its meal of taken, no doubt, from Issaquah Creek. The Hair Connection PROUDLY INTRODUCES... The Nail Connection. with Susie Bloom. Grand Opening Specialsl on • Acrylic and Fiberglass Nails • Men's and Women's Manicures • Pedicures and Waxing Holiday Gift Certificates Available Please call for an appointment The Nail Connection 1250 N.W. Mall Street, Issaquah. 392-5999 '9 0 OF A Askus about SANO'S LflJ RESTAURANT holiday €" & LOUNGE party 80 Front St. N. 392-6923 Choice Top S Dinner For Two S1295 Includes choice of potato, fresh vegetable, salad bar and roll. Prime Rib Served Nightly Entertainment Every Friday & Saturday In The Lounge Enjoy 60's, 70's & Country Rock With "Sudden Impact!"