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180 CT NO. 3HING- ;SOLU- REATE "MENT IN that 83, on ard of lesolU- inten- ;loners Utility o. pL-1 fin the LaKe prove- of the is as 2g"X strut- sins to elna Dog In ake to pprox- Addl- main- 3seeS" of ao- vldlng ,r said m of if anY, )f the all of pro- mentS darles Local 1 and said :orms o Local -1 will rd of ict on at the cated :_. and lgton. lect to Utility must :h the 3fl or said ; of at s area Dosed qstrl0t ;ecre" sslon" sslon" ion of II be sll be nailed .d of f the th the Istriot srlng ray be ard of of tl. .n ;" OTI The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, December 28, 1983 - Page 9 Don't le gift plants suffer an untimely death Cyclamen, gloxinia ad chrysanthemums are dee very popular gift plants or the Christmas season. Untr- tunately for most folks, ey don't last as long as ly should because they're usd- ly not provided with the hd of care they need. Cyclamens should be gin a brightly lit, cool locam. They will not last very lorif they are maintained in dk- ish conditions orat temperatures above 65 degrees F, especially at night. Keeping them in a south or west facing window during fall and winter will not be too bright. The soil must be kept con- stantly moist for a cyclamen during the time it's in active growth. Allowing the soil to become dry will cause the plant to wilt, the leaves to yellow and the flowers and buds to wither. However, avoid allowing water to get on the crown of the plant since it may cause the whole thing to rot. Keeping the cyclamens too warm will cause some of the same things to happen as if they were not watered enough. They really do re- quire cooler conditions for long life. Pull the spent flower stalks from the crown on some sort of a regular basis or you'll Sunmy Buffet Bruneh 10 a. - 2 p.m. -- $7.95 adults -- $4.95 children Exit 15 off 1-90, le,aqw  , Reservations suggested, 392-6421 have a huge mass of dead material in the center of the plant. Don't just cut them off; give each one a twist and pull in away from the tuber. In spring cyclamens begin to produce fewer and fewer leaves. This should be a signal to begin to allow the plant to dry off. Let the en- tire soil ball dry out and store the whole thing, pot and all, in a dark area. At the end of August, repot the tuber in a new soil. Leave the top third of the tuber above the soil line. Begin watering the plant slowly at first, but when new leaves begin to pop out it will require enough watering to keep the soil evenly moist at all times. The plant will need a brightly lit situation again. It should also be given a house plant fertilizer every two to three weeks during this active period. If all goes well you should see flowers produced again during the Christmas season. Gloxinias (actually the genus is Sinningia) also re- quire bright light to thrive but unlike cyclamens they need warmer temperatures. They do well if they are given conditions between 65 to 75 degrees F. High humidity is also a requisite for floxinias so they might best be kept on a gravel-filled tray of water. Actively growing gloxinias I TeE CHURCH o JESUS CHRIS" OF LATTER-DA" SAINT; (THE MORMONS) :100 6th Southeast II -Visitors Welcome- ISSAQUAH 1st WARD Sunday services begin at ] 1:30 a.m. R. Morris, Bishop 392-1053 Issaquah 2nd Ward Sunday services begin at 9:00 a.m. H. Cutler, Bishop 641-7299 COMMUNI BAPTIST CHURCH Church School 45 a. m. Worship Servic(11:00 a.m. ' 205 Mt. Park Blvd., )2-6280 (Parsonage) 392-6447 (Church) Eric. ,Holmstrom, Pastor I TRINITY EVANGELICAL CHURCH 26729 S.E76th PI., Hiqh Point Indeperent, Non-denominational Three worship seres: 8:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Stday School 9:30 a.m. , John M. 9eeks, Pastor 392-7371 I III Pine LakOresbyterian Church Celebraths Dialogue Community ;UNDAYS 10 A.M. At Lutheran Bile Institute At Providence Heights Nursery Office 392-5968 Pre-School Bohray, Pastor 160 N.W. Gilman I ST. MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS' EPIOPAL PARISH 2nd S.E. and S.E. Darst Isaaquah 392-3215 8 & 10 a.m. Holy Euchartst The Rev Laura CamerorFraser, 11:00 Church School t r-, ,Th,D.,ector 9:45-Noon Nursery TheRev. Robert Beth61,;S't. WED.: 10a.m. Holy Eucharist I It i COVENANT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday School 9:5a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Nursery Provided 22116 S.E. 51stPlace, North of St. Regis Lumber WILLIAM J. SWEH$ON, PASTOR 392-5532 i NEWPORTPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4010120th SE, Bellevqe (west Of 1-405 at Coal Creek Pkwy, exit 10) 9:30 A.M. BREAKFAST 11:00 A,M. DIVINE WORSHIP Nursery care provided Dennis J. Hughes-M. DIv., Pastor Mime Gslbe L- M. DIv,, Ass't. Pastor 746-6111 __ III II Isquah christian church No cmed but Christ, no book but the Bible, no name but Christians 10300 IOUAH.HOBART RD. 392.5848 Sunday Set, Ice ................. 8 a.m. Bible School .............. 9:15 a.m. "* Hay Pearson, Mter Worship. .10'.30 a.m. Ke/th  Assoate Evening See'lee .................. 7 p.m. Jkn Eo,'ards, Youth D, tector Youth Group ..................... 6 p,m. -- -- lib II Isssaquah Church of the Nazarene E.E. Miller, Pastor -- 392-3138 -- 641-6009 TempoPry location: SunUay School ......... 9:30 a.m. 14916.219th PI S.E Worship .............. lO:30am. Issaqua (formerly the Roadside Evening ................ 6:00 p.m. Cha@ll Nllr.,t.r)'  l tt, lldutr r all s,.rv/ces I St Joseph Catholic Church 220 M. Park Blvd., Issaquah P.O. Box 200, Issaquah Parish Priest House 400 Mt. Park Blvd. S.W. Phone 392-5516 Sunday Masses: 8:00, 9:30, 11:15 Satuday Evenings Anticipation Mass 5:30 p.m. Seventh Day Adventist Church 425 EAST SUNSET WAY Saturday thurch 9:30 a.m. Sabbath School 11:00 a.m. PASTORROBERT FETRICK 392-4256 CHURCH )HONE 222-7151 I Pim Lake Covenant Church VARIETY DEPARTMENT WINE AND BEER Meetlngat Lutheran Bible Institute, Providence Heights SUNIAY: Bible Classes 9 a.m.; Worship 10 a.m. THUIDAY: Women's Bible Study at L.B.I. 9 a.m. ASTOR ERIC JOSEPHSON 392-7115 II We're new... p,T FAITH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH ...Jaitk..rc&..in loe... SUNDAY WORSHIP l0 a.m. Nursery-Activities for Children CHURCH SCHOOL 9 a.m. ,for all ages HOLIDAY INN - ISSAQUAH William B. Price, Pastor 392-5387 THE NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Assemblies of God 747-3445 ,rvices at Two I.ocalions Issaquah/Phteeu. 24326 S.E. Is.-F=ll City lid. Bible Education 9:00 a.m, Worship 10:60 a.m. Bellevue. 6-14h N.E. Communion 8:00 a.m. Adult Worship 8:IL 11:IS a.m. (Children's ('hurch/('hoir) Bible Education 9:45 a.m, (Adult & Children'sl Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Aduh Electives, Royal Rangers, Missionaries Nursery Provided at all services Senior Pastor Jack V. Rozll Pastor (If Youth Rick [!nloe Pastor of K id's Minislries Mike Beresford Adult |:ducation Tom Neumann Pastor of Adult Minislries Earl Goodman Director of Counseling Helen'Konyha Singles Ministries Dean Kimber Church Activities News every week in The Issaquah Press I the Bal00'f Faith Wage peace ,:,,,r, ...... ,,o,,C,,: 392-4343 Our Saulor Lutheran Church 245 Front Street S. Issaquah Worship Sunday morning ....... 8 & 1 ] Bible Study Hour ........... 9:30 a.m. Evening Worship Service ..... 7:30 P.m. ][ 1 ............. Jim Wilson, intern, 392-5533 Richard L. Wendt, Pastor 392-4169 392.3101 SAMMAMISH HILLS LUTHERAN CHURCH The American Lutheran Church Corner 228th S.E. & S,E. 8th 455-5285 Sunday Worship 8:30 & 11 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Nursery A variable Norman L 0rth Pastor 392-8643 FIRST ,HURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST -- ISSAQUAH 10:30 Sunday Service at Issaqlah Community Hall180 E. Sunset Way 10:30 Sunday School at 1250 N.W. Mall 7:30 Vednesdav Eveninq Testimony Meeting at 1250 NW, Mall All Are Welcome II I Public Reading Room I Mon..Sat. 10-1 Wed. 10-4 I 1250 N.W. Mail Behind McDonalds NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP , "THERE IS NEW LIFE IN CHRIST." Wednesday t Worship ervice 40-5th Ave. N.E. 7:30 p.m. i Sun0Y Issaquah Home Fellowship 10:30a.m.&:30p.m. PASTOR PAT VEACH, 392-9823 I -- I I Faith- Hpe &,L ve I "A World Vision WIh A Local Concern BJORN BERGMANN, Pastorl R ......-'= , :::D:7;:;.m. ;i|leTSendehlWn;h/Pue'laySeh' ' : ;luelrnr:rt:ndeeln Mnday .1 BlblJnslilute . Special Men's, Women's Youth ecllvllles. 1 " 56411121 st Pl. S.E, (V: mile ees! of Issaquah Holiday Inn) 392-8188 need the same sort of even watering technique as for cyclamens; no drying out un- til they have finished flower- ing and the leaves begin to yellow. Then store them ab- solutely dry in a dark place for anywhere from 2 to 4 months. You'll probably need to keep checking on them for signs of new sprouts at which point they should be repotted and started into growth much like for the cyclamens. However, keep the upper sur- face of each gloxinia tuber level with the soil surface. Some gloxinias, especially the miniatures, apparently do not need a dormancy period and if yours never shows signs of wanting to go dor- mant, don't force it to. Keep it growing constantly but do remember that insufficient light, low humidity and ir- regular watering can cause problems like legginess, bud blast and rot. When repotting the tubers of cyclamen and glosinias al- ways use a fast draining but moisture retentive mixture. They absolutely will not sur- vive in poorly aerated, com- pacted soils. Chrysanthemums in pots can be fairly long lasting in- doors only if they are kept in cool conditions (ideally 50-60 degrees F at night) and if they are kept moist. One wilting that any decorative foil will cause the blossoms to go around the pots does not pro- downhill fast. Plenty of vent excess water from drain- bright light will also help ing out. Either discard the keep themingoodcondition, foil, punch holes in it, or remove it at the bottom. After they've finished blooming you may wish to plant them in the garden. They are all perfectly hardy although some of them, once they're back on their seasonal track, tend to bloom very late in fall and may therefore never show themselves to advantage. Fall frosts and rains usually get them, if the slugs don't. No matter what sort of holiday gift plants you come up with this year, make sure Food bank closed for week The lssaquah Food Bank will be closed December 27 through January 2. Regular hours are Tuesday through Friday, l0 a.m. to 1 p.m. Frozen, Assorted 10.3-oz. Box Snow Star Assorted Flavors Half Gal. C A t Chunk" CHICKENOF 6.5 .... |una THE SEA .............. Con 69  =qn= ..,. Spaghetti" CHEFBOY- 15.oz. }auce AR-DEE ........ JOt 95 ._J Apple "" ,R. .o, s, =, uuer ToP ............... Bottle I ............ g '  MAXWELL HOUSE 39-oz. $m9 q.ottee Moster Blend ................. Con a Lucerne g  l ill DUNCAN 18 2S-oz Ae "awe wIIXH,NtS ................. :eoxa," Cottage Cheese Long Spaghetti Small or Lorgecurd. Also, A MISSION 1  ':i Low Fat 5900c 1pkg ." Ctn. Y, m , Dress,ng ................. Crn. 59 To atoSauce 00,MO ,0o, , 8-oz Ll j Cream Cheese Lucer.e ......... Pkg. U'/ Twn Huse5 8:; I Sour Cream Lucarne e-o,. g 16-OZ, 79'. .......... Ctn. 45  g " "  Kraft Cheese MidgetColb, 2-lb. s4. Longhorn .......... Loaf O Party Pride Reg. DIp or BBQ 8-OZ. Twin Pack Box Lucerne Party Dips g-oz. Tub... 55' Chips[Pop&Mixers A s s Co;tegTF(;: tvo r s clg c 2-Ltr. Bottle Notice,= g o.v**E ,0o, Popcorn REDENBACHER .............. Jot $1" Safeway's present 00Beer Nuts00anv,imaFavor", ..... '.!cz;S2=s g IlJJJl*i. Nocho Chipsor a-oz. $ 29 1 Double Cash Bingo g rlu"Sl|,Trnd. TortilloChips .......... Con -- Party Pride 24-0z. $I Peanuts Dry Roost, ed ................ Jar ak Will End Jan. 1 st, 00MixedNuts00':th:00:;e" ........ '.!;:,$24" 1984 or When All NATURAL m. LOAF ,neese Tickets Have Been Med00UCmernreMild00,00un00l00 Cheddar Given out. ,.,b. Pkg. ...) Egg Rolls C.UN KING 7.25-oz. $11 0' Assorted, Frozen .......... Pkg. I Tater Tots "''DA ,,.o,. Ovenioy Bread Frozen ................ Pkg. 69' White or "lLue''"Jl='''=em='PorryPridef6"oz' vo l/lflllllpVll& IIqVpIIIII  Frozen ...... Tub 99' . . Scotche. toz 22.5-0Z. urange JUlCe F ................ 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SlS, Onions Wo,a wo, ...... 5 sog Avocados California ,,-,o,-451 Fruit For BAKED GOODS ISSAQUAH PricesetfectiveWednesday, December 28ththruSaturdoy, December 31,1983.Salesinretailquantitiesonly. AMERICA'S FAVORITE FOOD STORE ,. o,p.