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Pase 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, February 2, 1983 Around town Births ii i i Alicia Jaragoske Michael and Karen Jaragoske of 200-B S.W. Clark are the parents of their second daughter, Alicia Marie, born January 18 at Overlake Hospital. She weighed seven pounds, three ounces. Her sister is Erika, 5. Her grandparents are Charlie and Gerry Crooks of Bellevue, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Mary Jaragoske of Wisconsin. Natalie Waiters Timothy Waiters, a 1975 Issaquah High graduate, and his wife, Monica, are the parents of their first child, Natalie Michelle, born January 13 at Swedish Hospital. She weighed seven pounds, six ounces. Her grandparents are Daryl and Mary Jo Sweden- berg of Bellevue, and William T. and Leone M. Waiters of lssaquah. Her great grandparents are William and Margaret Waiters of lssaquah and Lawrence and Lyla LaDoux of Renton. Nicholas Woehlbrandt Erwin and Marcia Woehl- brandt of 24515 S.E. 146th are the parents of their first child, Nicholas Erwin, born January 23 at Highli Com- munity Hospital. He weighed eight pounds, 10 ounces. His grandparents are Er- win Woehlbrandt Sr. of Florida and Shirley and Vern Koeppen of Illinois. Jonathan Pelchat Ronald and Sandra Pelchat of 25301 S.E. 31st Place are the parents of their third son, Jonathan Nicholas, born January 23 at Overlake Hospital. He weighed seven pounds, 15 ounces. His brothers are Christopher, 7, and Mat- thew, 4. His grandmother is Alice Pelchat of Massachusetts. William Louks Former city council member Kendra Louks gave birth to a seven-pound, three-ounce boy January 27 at Overlake Hospital. His name is William Heilig, and he is the first child for Ken- dra and her husband, John. The baby's grandparents are Kent Louks, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Wood Jr. of California. The Louks family lives at 645 Mt. Fury Circle S.W. New baby? If your new baby is not listed in the "Birth" section of the Press, let us know about it. Forms for birth an- nouncements are available at the Press during office hour. Joyca and Jon Graves 685 N.W. Gilman HI-LO SHOPPING CENTER iii ii I i Who's news Randy Harris Harris earns Eagle rank The highest award in scouting, Eagle Scout, was awarded to Randy Harris at a Court of Honor held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Issa- quah. Randy was born in Rex- burg, Idaho but has been an lssaquah resident for all but two of his 17 years. He is the son of Earl and Frances Har- ris. The family resides in Sycamore. He has attended Issaquah schools where he has excelled in sports in both junior high and high school, lettering in i 392-2035 HOURS: 10-6 iiii i Looking Good! [ Valentine Special! Sitting & 1-SxlO Only s15" With This Ad Offer Expires 2/12/83 Final Clearance of fall & winter merchandise We must make room for all the beautiful new spring clothes now arriving! 50 %to 70 %0. Jackets Skirts Dresses Pants Sweaters Select Blouses Pendleton, Jones, John Meyer, Prophecy, Asher, Joanie Char, Outlander, Braemar, Eagle's Eye, Geiger, Intuitions, John Henry football and wrestling. He will graduate from Issaquah High in June and plans to at- tend Brigham Young Univer- sity in the fall under a simul- taneous membership agree- ment with the Armed Ser- vice. After graduation from the university, he will become a member of the Army SpecialForces. He is a member of Scout Troop 625 sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon). His Scout Masters have been Dr. Paul Greenhalgh, Mike Ahlstrom, Russ WArnick, Bruce Rowe and Walt Haage, all of lssaquah. Randy's Eagle project was to build a nature trail and a bridge connecting two undeveloped pieces of property owned by the city. It will be incorporated into a plan for city parks in the future. The rank of Eagle is awarded only after contribut- ing a minimum of 75 hours of service to the community, meeting high standards of character and leadership and earning a minimum of 21 merit badges. Randy exceed- ed these minimum require- ments and has also been awarded a bronze palm. Bateman graduates Teresa Rosa Bateman of Issaquah received a bachelor's degree in December from Brigham Young University. Smith plays in 'Double in Diamonds' Tracy Smith of lssaquah is a cast member of the Valley Community Theater, whose production of "Double in Diamonds" opens February 4. The comedy will run Fri- day and Saturday nights through February 26, at Car- co Theatre in Renton. Bonner third in speech competition Susan Bonner, student at Whitman College in Walla Walla, won third place in junior dual interpretation and junior poetry interpreta- tion at the school's Forensic Tournament Sweepstakes on January 14 and 15. Whitman College forensic team captured its third sweepstakes out of possible four in the Northwest Foren- sics Championship compe- tition. Bonner is the daughter of John and Lorna Bonner of 3917 229th Place S.E. Weed completes basic training Army Pvt. Scott A. Weed, son of Paul A. and June D. Weed of 15471 256th S.E. FOR SALE GOVERNMENT PROPERTY Former Barracks -- Type Building For Offslte Removal A two-story, woodframe building of approximately 18,000 square feet located in Seattle, Washington. The building is offered for offsite removalonly. No land rights are included In the sale. SEALED BID SALE: 10:00 a.m. February 28, 1983 All bids must be submitted on GSA forms which contain terms and conditions applying to this sales offering Bid forms may be otalned at the General Services Administra- tion, Business Service Center, Room 440, Federal Building, Seattle, Washington 98174, (206)442-5556. Request Invita- tion for Bids No. GS-10-DRW-38980. ,,-, furtherinformatton and detall$,,contact: i, W /EVICES DINISTRATION ,/' .....  ; GSA Center , -..'' ' Auburn, WA 98'0 ' lk ' ' IPqBlll=, Wilton Cake Decorating Class begins Feb. 15 Tuesdays 10 a.m. to noon, or 7 to 9 p.m. 5 lessons $15.00 Easter Workshop Mar. 19, All day, begins 9 a.m., $15 Sugar eggs, Chocolate Eggs, Marzipan Molding Pre-Registra tion Required for all c/asse s i --- | 19-1st Place N.W. Downtown Isaaquah I I I FLORAL SCENTS espeeially for your Valentine. Valentine's Day is February 14th Teleflora's beautiful crytal perfume bottle with your choice of fresh flowers / FTD s Fragranee'n Flowers Bouquet     The beautiful look of    fresh flowers.., the   4 beautiful aeentofArpege. THESE.. AND MORE IDEAS ARE WAITING FOR YOU AT. ISSAQUAH FLORAL & GIFT SHOPPE 94 Front St. N. 392-'7566 Issaquah, has completed basic training at Fort Benn- ing, Ga. During the training, students received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tac- tics, militar courtesy, military justice, first aid, and Army history and traditions. He is a 1982 graduate of lssaquah High. Bon voyage Steve and Michelle Luther of 15409 263rd S.E. pose on the sun deck of Royal Caribbean's luxury liner, "SONG OF NORWAY," just before departing Miami on a week's vaca- tion cruise to the sunny West Indies. While cruising the Eastern Caribbean, they visited: Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic; San Juan, Puerto Rico and St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Students on Gonzaga Dean's List Todd Biesold, a sophomore, and Shawn Fin- negan, a freshman, all from Issaquah, have been named to the Dean's List for the fall semester at Gonzaga Univer- sity in Spokane. Singleton completes recruit training Navy Seaman Recruit Russell J. Singleton, son of Anthony J. Singleton of 12106 Issaquah-Hobart Road, has completed recruit training at the Naval Train- ing Center, San Diego. McElroy promoted in Dept. of Natural Resources Pat McElroy, manager of the Department of Natural Resources' South Puget Sound Area, has been named the department's new opera- tions deputy supervisor. McElroy will succeed Howard Stolaas, 54, the department's chief deputy supervisor who will retire March 31. McElroy, 44, who began his state service with the department in 1963, has been a forester in Forks and Omak, a district manager in southwest Washington, and an assistant manager of the department's Private Forestry Division. S.P.U. students make Dean's List Three local residents been named to the quarter Dean's List at Pacific University. Jodi S. Johnson a majoring in leadership, daught Gerald L, Johnson 245th Ave. S.E.; Marshall, a freshman ing in special daughter of Mr. and Marshall of 470 ME. Circle, and James P. a senior majoring in science, son of Bohrer of 4406 167th Pl were named. To make the list, and seniors must earn or better and receive a 3.25 grade average or above. Shiner nominated for U.S.A.F. Academy James Lawrence Issaquah has won a lion to the United Force Academy. The nomination was by Senator Slade who said he used "competitive method" deciding on his lions. The academies the actual a Gorton said he is each nominee has an lent chance for the academy of their 1 r , , t : silk screened on white shirt. Free* with each 2-year subscription to the Issaquah Press. Subscriptions must be prepaid ($17.50). 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