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December 7, 1983

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Me and my Daddy ,, Illage Theatre of Issaquah will open "Annie on lay, December 15 through January 28. This holiday tl written by Meehan, Strouse, and Charnin plays Jay through Saturday nights at 8 p.m. and Saturday today afternoons at 2 p.m. Megan Hunt, who recent- seen in the ABC Television Special The Best "has Pageant Ever" plays the title role (except for ay matinees when Jennifer Freedman will play An- "he production is directed by Carl Darchuk, with direction by Brian Higham, and choreography by Harris. Settings are designed by Jim Berry and by Josie Gardner. ,--- \\; y dressing Poinsettias your holiday enjoyment CHOOSE FROM THOUSANDS GROWN IN OUR GREENHOUSESt 4" pots .... 2-4 blooms ........... $1.95 ca. 6V2" pots.. 4-8 blooms $4.95 ca. 8'/2" pots.. 9-15 blooms .......... $9.95 ca. HOLIDAY GREENS GARLANDS ........ 42 c ft. HOLLY & BOUGHS CHRISTMAS WREATHS "& SWAGS il0,, 12", 14"& 16" sizes from $7.37 to $11.97 (Larger sizes available upon request) LIVING CHRISTMAS TREES * Green Spruce* Alberta Spruce * Concolor Fir Blue Spruce Austrian Pine Grand Fir Norway Spruce * Scotch Pine * Noble Fir WE HA VE LOTS OF LIVING TREES THAT COST NO MORE THAN CUT TREES. t Squak Mountain GREEN HOUSES & NURSERY Exlt 15 Off 1-90.1 Mile South On Renton-lssacluah Road (Highway 900) )AYS The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, December 7, 1983 - Page 5 South End May Valley'Maple Hills'Briarwood Roxaine Reynolds (255-5849) Apollo hosts drug Apollo Elementary School will have a Drug and Alcohol Education Program on three consecutive Monday even- ings in January beginning at 7:30 p.m. The community is encouraged to attend free of charge. On January 9, Bar- bara Daugherty, State Pro- gram Action Committee Barn to several hundred members who more than fill the church building just off S.E. 128th St. on 160th Ave. S.E. The Mays will move to Minneapolis, Minnesota where Mr. Mays has accepted the position of senior pastor of the University Lutheran Church which becomes effec- tive on Jan. 1. An album is being put together with pictures and mementos for presentation to the Mays December 18. Any- one wishing to contribute should put his message on a paper 8xll or smaller and left at the church for Ginny Miller. uuu,.u,,un ..... ,, Lord of Life Lutheran Church is collecting items of clothing and shoes for the Seattle "street people" who visit the Compass Center. Other things needed are disposable razors and hy- giene articles, towels, sheets, pillow cases, women's clothes, coffee, cookies, and Adopt a pet The Humane Society, Inc. and SPCA has many furry friends, such as the ones in the photograph, all looking for a home. If readers are thinking of adopting a new pet, we suggest they bring it home before the Christmas rush. Christmas morning is not the ideal time for a frightened puppy or kitty to get acquainted with a new family. To adjust to their new surroundings, pets need total attention and their own "quiet place." The Humane Socie- ty has gift certificates which allow recipients to choose their own life-long compa- The annual Liberty High nton. Chairperson for Drug and food of all kinds. Donations School Holiday Variety Alcohol Abuse will lead a may be dropped off at the Show will be presented on . . :ztatlu discussin fr parents nly" churchmarkedfrCmpass Wednesday' December 16" Santa's VIsit  On January 16, Bellevue Center. The evening performance . Police Dept. Detective Little- * * * will be given free of charge benefits Heart THE john willtalktoparentsand Community members as for the community, o & ,--'-,F ""," Biggest $ their children. On January well as those belonging to the 23, a panel of young people Lord of Life Lutheran * * * Assoctation ? --=:  \\; THE u from EastsideYouth Services Church will gather at the May Valley Alliance  5- I will meet with parents and church for an evening with Church Youth Bible Quiz Through special ar- 0 . their children, the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Team will compete December rangements, the American   - -, Cuddliest Apollo Elementary School MaysonDecemberl8th. The 9-10 in a Quiz Meet at Heart Association of Wash- event, being called a Wenatchee. Theyoungpeo-ington is able to offer "- "==:JLi-ii r----:'-'='= ] THE , is conducting a food drive to help needy families in this "roast," will begin at 6:30 pie took two trophies at the schools, daycare centers, / community. Students are en- p.m. friends and acquain- first meet of the season ,ast nursing homes, private  "rI=,_.7:- / Most Moveable  couraged to take canned tances of the Mays have been month in Salem, Oregon. families and holiday parties a / u meats, fish, beans, soups or asked tosharethroughalet- There were 80quizzers from visit from one of the biggest T Walking, Talking  vegetables, flour, cereal, ter, apoem, asong, or apic- eighteen churches. May hearts of them all, Santa sugar, crackers, paper pro- turewhat Charlie and San- Valley Church took one first Claus.  Teddy Bear  ducts, or detergents, personal dy's ministry to the cam- place and one third place products, laundry soap, or munity have meant to them. trophy. In addition, Kevin For a $35 contribution to bleach to school. Holiday The Mays family will leave Donaldson took a third place the Heart Association, you food baskets will be put Lord of Life in January after individual award, Jeff Lint- get a visit from Santa and  ] in town ,- together for delivery before 9V: years during which time come took a4th place and in- help fight the Number One Christmas. the church grew from a few spirational awards, and Killer of Americans. Justcall  t --- -- " will be here I day only * * people meeting at Hagen's Brian Davis took fifth place.. ,, 632-6881and ask for Verna. 1:  -'2 ---_-.---'_- ---. 'L FRIDAY, DEC. 9 0 I o00rr CENTER :0 to 6:00 p.m. f TAX & ACCOUNTING r  Free CandyCa es 1 i, "Diet Center's helped f .0oo_ 00U2-6549 . for the kids ' |i me keep my ideal c,,,,o, "------ v weight for over 10 Cascade auslnessPark [)'4,d  @,'/4   e. , ears." 04 12th Ave. N.W., Suite 5, Issaquah __ ' started with 'Diet Center back in 1972, ., DOWNTOWN ISSAQUAH 392..6430 more than 25 pounds ' ......... overweight. 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Chip Cookie Wed.- Burrlto w/Cheese Topping, Green Salad, Pears, White Cake w/Raspberry Top Thurs.- PRE-CHRIsTMAS DINNER: Turkey Gravy w/Whipped Potato, Roll, Green Beans, Fruit Salad, Pumpkin Pie Frl.- Cook's ChoiCe Entree, Salad Maker's Choice Vegetable and Fruit, Baker s Cho ce Dessert I SECONDARY SCHOOL ENTREES Men.- Fish w/Rice Pilaf or TurkeySandwlch Tues.- Hamburger or Egg Salad Sandwich Wed.- Turkey Gravy w/Whipped Potato or Salami Sandwich Thurs.- Burrlto w/Cheese Topping or Bologna Sandwich Frl.- COOK, BAKER & SALAD MAKER CHOICE -courtesy of ..... PUGET SOUND BAKING CO. in Mark.It Foods 392-1341 Tea Room -- 355 N,W. Gilman Blvd. 392.1700 ii i )I/" Give a Gift of ews I Issaquah Press Gift Subscriptions HOLIDAY SPECIAL 1//2 price Through December 23 you can give 52 weeks of the lssaquah Press for only $6.25 when you subscribe or renew your subscription for a year at the full price ($12.50) Surely you know someone who would enjoy receiving the community news, opi- nions and events featured each week in the Press. We'll be glad to send a gift card announcing the subscription if you'd like. Gift subscriptions at this special price apply to new subscribers only. subscription and the gift subscription must be prepaid by Dec. 23. Bring to: 45 Front Street South or mail to: P.O. Box HH, Issaquah, WA 98027 PLEASE SEND GIFT SUBSCRIPTIONS TO: Your Name Address SEND MY SUBSCRIPTION TO: Name New [] Renewal [] Address New [] Renewal [] Enclose check for $18.75 [] Send gilt card [] No gift card needed [] Begin subscription immediately [] Hold subscription until issue of Dec. 23rd.