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January 28, 1981     Mercer Island Reporter
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! MERCER ISLAND REPORTER, Wednesday January 28, 198] Page B2 MADE IN ITALY n~llna ART. CULTURE. QUALITY. GOOD TASTE, achieved through cenluries of experience and history And the artistic furniture made ~n Italy reDresent$ One of the highest expressions of this vast heritage ,UROPEAN FINE FURNITURE ' ' Bel'ue Way"E a GIVI'S 4s1-, Bellevue Houri: Man-Sat t06 Sun: 12-S Off I'I tSTtIK! Only 1! tram krc Island QUALITY CARPETS direct from the mills in Dalton, Ga and other mill centers. NEW ITEMS Berber Nylon of Antron III yarn that Armstrong Vinyl-latest patterns i Bruce Hardwoods Sheet Formica Pre-lormed Counter tops lOOKS hke wool! CLOSE.OUTS AT DEALER COST - nothing over $5.00,yd. Low-level loop, commercial $2 75 yd. ~'-t~P=:-'i' ~. Multi-colored cut & loop 3.30 yd Short shag 3.30 yd. ~1#% Mixed prints 2.30-3.75,yd. Tone-on-tone plush 4.50 yd (white & silver color) SELECTED REDUCTION ON OTHER QUALITY MDSF. * C MPLETELY INSTALLED Sculptured Reg Our Special Patlerns Retail Reg Sale by Trend $19.95 $15.75 $13.75 "using 3/8 rebond pad L - -- -7-71 -IIllillll fillip. :lmm tim Clb. i It llll II II lili. i Ill ill ill !|. :i;: :!i:!L ;i :::;:+;-: :::::< :5: : . Rug accents elegant table A hand-woven rug, designed by Marcia Johnson, sits underneath a beveled glass dining room table in the Brotmar, home. The dining windows reach out to a sharp angle letting light flood the room (Photo by Dave Ekren) PINE, PRIMITIVES, PEWTER, COPPER & BRASS FOR THE COUNTRY LOOK 7831 $.E. 27t,% - Mercer Islomd (across #rom I~iry Queen) iuos.-$mt. I I-5 T324~76 I an.ques donations consignments 232-6561 7416 SE 24th Mercer Island Tue Fa, lo.i i 11-3 ANTIQUES Jewelry " Obiet d'ort Selected furniture 100"/0 ~oin Olde Main Square Bellevue 453-8853 10220 NE Isl Place I I-5 Tuck-Sat Aho~e The Christma~ House 45%9636 Belle~ uc 454-1579 The Main PI~: If antiques are St. Charles Place FURNIIURE RESTORATION 230 WELLS AVE SO IHREE FLOORS laWN RENION ~427 7Qrnono askttn, 329-5373 GILMAN VILLAGE ISSAQUAli 392-52(~t Franklin Antiques SILLING TOUII ANTIQUES? ~ocne tree ur Io~ tr~ best once We now buy ant~ues and ~otl~,l~es dady. Mor~lay thou Saturday. 11 O0 to 5:00 Lake Hilll Shopping Center 747- 4346 (~ Redmond AN IIQUE ORIENTAL RUGS 5655 Un vtrsib WahiNE S~tttl o II Purchased and . 4 pprai~ed Man. Sat. 12 6 iEditor's note: Islandwatch publicizes meetings and other ac- tivities in which Islanders are in- volved. The deadline for submit- tin~ information for the column is Wed[,esday before the publication date. Information should be dou- ble-spaced and include the name and hr, me pumber of a contact person for the event or group General MERCER ISLAND GARDEN CLUB will meet at 6:30 p.m Wednesday, Jan. 28. at the Mercer Island Covenant Cburch Fireside Boom, for tbe potluck dinner for members and invited guests. After dinner, at 7:45 p.m George Lucas. horticulturist, will lecture on pruning trees and shrubs The lecture is open to the public THE MERCER ISLAND UNIT OF LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF SEATTLE will dis- cuss the Federal Reserve System, a locally developed study, at 9:30 a.m Thursday, Feb. 5. at United Methodist Church. For further in- formation call unit leader Bobble Duvall at 232-4122 MERCER ISLAND WELCOME WAGON will have their February get-acquainted coffee at 7:30 p.m Monday, Feb, 2. at Mary Lou Hull's home. For further informa- tion call Barbara Hemstreet at 232-4939 or Peachy Baumgartner at 232-t~4S7. THETA CHAPTER OF DIA- KONIA will hold their annual bridge luncheon bazaar at 10:30 a.m, Wednesday, Feb. 11, at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. A dona- tion at $5 is requested For reser- vations call Norma Bennett. 232-8919. The monthly meeting of CAMP- FIRE LEADERS will be held at ,~1:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 5, at The Community Center at Mercer View. 8236 S.E. 24th. Janet ~,aurel will demonstrate Sumi painting at the general meetmg of the MERCER ISLAND VISUAL ARTS LEAGUE, at 1 p.m. Thursday. Feb. 5. at the Greenwood Galleries. Meetings are open to the public and car pools will be arranged. Call Char Meckle.v. 232-0805 or Sheri Fergu- son, 883-1144 for information. I ran Cohen. Seattle-area folk- dance instructor, is featured as February guest dance leader for CABARET TEL AVIV, from 8:30 p.m. to II :30 p.m Saturday. Feb. at the JEWISH COMMUNII~" CENTER (JCC) gymnasium. Ad- mission is $2.5O for center mem- bers. $2 for seniors and students and $3.5O for non-members. For more information call JCC Cultur- al Arts Director Lucille Almeleh Spring st 232-7115. BCC The Women s Center at Bellevue Community College (BCC) is spon- soring a lecture-diseusaion, "SU- PERMOM: MYI~! VS. REALI- TY." from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m Tuesday. Feb. 3. in room BI04 at BCC. Admission is $I. For more information call 641-2279. Child care can be arranged by calling 641-2240. $ % i