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years ago on the same day. Sheila had her baby at Rotary honors music students SoLth End Swedish Hospital at 8:15 a.m. and Jackie (Mrs. Tom ay Valley.Maple Hills'Briarwood Roxaine Reynolds (255-5849) I Community Council hears about public policy Renton Community annual general meet- will be at Lord of Life Church February 8 inning at 7 p.m. A from the Scientists i Citizens Organization on icy Issues (SCOPI) will k to the group at 7:30. 'I is a group whose pur- e ]s to assist community to understand and I with public policy issues technical infor- and finding prates- help for citizens. Council mem- will hear a report on a change request for on S.E. 128th St. it of 164th Ave. S.E. to the construction of a-warehouses. iii , , Valley Alliance 1983 Missions Con- continue through nday, February 6. for the rest of the are George Wood, mis- from Thailand, on February 2; Lin- Pace from Colombia on aruary 3 and 4; Andy from Lebanon Satur- day and Sunday February 5 and 6. Meetings and services are at varied times. Telephone 226-0741 or 226- 0772 for more information. Apollo Elementary PTA Board meeting is scheduled for Monday, February 7 at 3:45 in the school library. Maywood Junior High School PTSA is taking orders for the lssaquah PTSA Council's "Super Cook- book." The cookbook con- tains recipes from members living throughout Issaquah School District. Contact Chris Britt, 271-4172 or Shirley Pangburn, 226-5133 to order copies of the col- lection. Each book sells for $4. Maywood Junior High School student Kathy Koeneman will celebrate her entry into "Teen-age" with her twin cousin and May- wood classmates on February 18. Kathy's mother, Jackie Koeneman, and her aunt, Sheila George, gave birth to their babies in Seattle 13 Koeneman) had her baby at Cabrini Hospital at 7:44 p.m. Neither of the sisters was aware that the other had entered the hospital until the next day. Sheila's baby is Brian George who lives with his mother in Monroe. Kathy and Brian's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Cal- houn of Seattle will join in the cousins' birthday cele- bration. i lit Maywood Junior High School Associated Student Body has planned a Valen- tine Day Dance from 7 to 9:30 for students attending the school on February 11. It is to be a special dress-up oc- casion. Mapl e Hills Elementary School 'has a new music teacher. Doris Lund-Poppe has replaced Mrs. Barbie Jones who is on leave of absence. Mrs. Poppe worked at Maple Hills several years ago in the school's gifted students program. The Coca Cola Company has agreed to place a reader board for Liberty High School on S.E. 128th St. to advertise events at the school. As soon as the neces- sary permits have been ob- tained, the reader board will be installed. The sign will also provide out-of-area visitors with a direction guide to locate the school. Outstanding music students from the district's two high schools were honored as students of the month of January by the Issaquah Rotary Club. Jan Jarvis, a senior at Liberty Announcing the First Annual WAUGH BANGER Up to 75% reduction on selected items. Save big bucks on skis, bindings, boots, poles, ski clothing and other sports and outdoor wear. STARTS FEBRUARY FIRST! T.JWA, UGH Gilman Village, Issaquah, 392-7547 i Weight No Longer / This is the last weisht-loss program you'll ever need! Sound nutrition Private, daily counselin8 : Behavior modification Lifetime maintenance Low prices - no contracts If you could lose weight by yourself, you would have done so by now. C00LTODAY For a free, introductory consultation. 1105 12th N.W., lssaquah 392-9559 NOW OVER 1,650 LOCATIONS * U.S. CANADA! High, and Steve Showalter, a senior at Issaquah High, were recognized for their musical accomplishments. Jarvis, daughter of Robert and Judith Jarvis, is the president and student direc- tor of the band at Liberty as well as the president of the girls' service organization, Signets. She also serves as an officer in the Drama Club. She has been involved in the choir, girls' ensemble, soft- ball, the Student Senate and Jan Jarvis Senior Council, and Honor Society. She plans on attending Whitman College next year majoring in music and minoring in mathematics. She was introduced to the Rotarians by her music direc- tor, Carl Showalter, who, coincidentally, is Steve's F Steve Showalter father. Steve has recently been selected as a participant in the All-Northwest Band for the Music Educators Na- tional Conference to be held 'in April. He is the band presi- dent at IHS and also partici- pates in the marching and pep bands, the stage band, ........ ;,> '. '::..:::.:':, ?::. Crisco Shortening $ g 3-lb. Con 99 | IvorySoap Personol Size White lO-Ih, s43  Detergent OB, .................. 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In introducing Steve, his director, Glenn Lutzenhiser, commented that Steve exemplified the dedication and commitment to the goals and objectives of instru- mental music tha! any band director would want from his students. Each month, Rotarians honor a student from each high school who has made outstanding achievements in certain activities or pro- grams. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, February 2, 1983 TRANSMISSION SERVICE SPECIAL Col Mike today. He takes time & effort to repair your car's transmission right. i" ................. "l 21 _ s oa ' 3 ! $35.00 Value, Expires 3/1/83 I O Call for details I L ................. J COMPLETE TRANSMISSION REBUILD SERVICE AVAILABLE 00TRANSMIS$10N SERVlGE 1655 N.W. Mall St. Issaquah 392-5241 C&HSugar Granulated $ lO.Ib. Bag ChunkTuna Sea Trader Also, 12-oz. Apple Juice Orange Juice MINUTeEzeM?ID 12-oz. Can J Ice " Assorted .o.$1s9 .reom ,,,,e .............. GeliD, J French "" Be-or -, rrles Froze ............ Bog 89' Eggo Waffles Plain IT-oz. 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Sales in retail quantities only.