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Page 2 Home-styled fried chicken served at Fall City Palm Chapter No. 155, The Eastern Star ladies chased ahead of time from Order of Eastern Star, will will be serving their very Palm Chapter members or hold its annual dinner and popular home-style fried at the door the day of the holiday bazaar on Dec. 2 at chicken dinner from 1 to 5 dinner. the gall City Masonic Hall. p.m. Tickets may be pur- The holiday bazaar tables are featuring Christmas decorations and novelties, gift items, embroideries and a wide selection of home baked foods, candies and other goodies. The public is invited. iI Santa 'stilled our shop with lots of goodies! Wreaths Candy Crystal Garlands Copper China Poinsettias Candles Custom dried'and Christmas arrangements Ornaments Hummels Families are always welcome at Picks, but Christmas is a special time to eat out. We'll have a candy cane for all our young visitors through the shopping days. BREAKFAST-LUNCH -DINNER-COCKTAILS Only 26 sewing days until Christmas This week % specials, til Dec. h 15% off Velvets,e, ,950 t0,150 15% off Metallic holiday fabrics Reg. $3.79 to $7.00 Register for our winter ski wear class I JOIN OUR 50 YARD CLUB. Purchase 50 yards of fabric, receive a $10 gift certificate. Open Mon-Sat 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 709 N.W. Gilman Blvd. in the Hi-Lo Shopping Center, Issaquah 392-4885 FREE TIMEX Old-fashion Christmas on Snoqualmie train On December 2 and 9, Santa Claus will be visiting the restored station of the Puget Sound and Sno- qualmie Valley Railroad. Bring your family and friends to participate in the joys of an old fashioned Christmas at the 12th an- nual Santa Claus train. In the inviting at- mosphere of the Victorian era station in the town of Snoqualmie, hot chocolate and cookies will be served and the children will be able to have a private with Santa. Then it's all aboard exciting ride. the price of admission choice between a ride( old fashioned street the steam train. The price for all of t activities is $1.00 per son. Hours of operation be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m town of Snoc located ap[ miles east of Seattle on terstate 90. Holiday Bazaar at Clark Elementary The Clark Elementary gifts. Also a special PTA is sponsoring a Holiday for children Bazaar December 1, from featured. 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. The This section of the bazaar will be held at Clark is to give children on 2nd Avenue Southeast portunity to select next to the high school, their price range an On sale will be a variety them to be of Christmas decorations, Christmas. craft kits, home-made The proceeds from baked goods and many bazaar will go to buy other items that would books and make excellent Christmas equipment. Puppet show at toy store "Tinder Box," the classical holiday tale by Hans Christen Anderson, will be told with puppets several times in December at Thinker Toys in Gilman Village. The dates are Dec. 8, 9, 16, 22, and 23. It will start at 10 a.m. on the 8th and 9th Timex Offer OnlyAt , Capital Savings 26-WEEK MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATES Highest Interest Rates Authorized By Law CALL CAPITAL SAVINGS FOR LATEST RATES Minimum Deposit $10,000 Simple Interest Federal Regulations Require Substantial Penalty }-'or Early Withdrawal 'For Qualifying I)eposils ....... L,d,,- .... F--SIL-I--C ............. ,,,lllllll Serving You locally in ISSAQUAH 1 I Frrml ,%1 Issaquah. ')H,t )2"1 3'12 7553 Also Serving You at ABERDEEN BELLEVUE BOTHELL BREMERTON BROADWAY EVERETT FEDERAl. WAY GATEWAY GREENWOOD HOQUIAM ISSAQUAH KIRKLAND I.ACEY LONGVIEW MONTESANO MOUNTLAKE TERRACE NORTH BEND OLYMPIA t...,..,., OLYMPIA cM... PORT ANGELES QUEEN ANNE SHELTON SILVERDALE SOUTH BEND TACOMA TOTEM LAKE TUMWATER VANCOUVER COMING SOON: OLYMPIA iwo0,.. AND SNOHOMISH. and at noon the remail days. The show, which also includes a carol sing-along. lett i/i" %' i ,l'lal| ISSAQUa PRESS ]fan 45 Front St.S' | " 392-6434