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r'HE ISSAQUAH PRESS Page 7 Wolngton Thursday, February 8, 1962 Indian Comeback Sinks Islanders by Bob Krleger Bouncing back from a 64- 48 defeat at the hands of Bothell on January 27, Issa- quah's Indians scalped Mer- cer Island 66 - 46 at Mercer Island Friday evening. Mel Gimmaka led the way with 26 points and 23 rebounds. The early going saw the Islanders hold a narrow lead, but the Indians moved ahead 22 . 21 with 1:59 left in the first half and never again trailed. The score a halftime stood 33 - 21. The Indians widened the gap in the second half to win going away. Sophomore guard Steve Anderson turn- ed in his best performance to date scoring 10 points and playing a fine floor game. The Bothell contest was a dark night for Indian fans .With the rangy Cougars dora- mating the ball game. The Tndians didn't get shots and rebounds were sparse. Glm- make was high scorer with 24 and Dan Bass hawked the ball well in scoring 13. Eagles Add 2 More Wins fo Records The Issaquah Eagles won two games last week to run their record to 4-2 in Seattle YMCA play and 7-3 for the season. The Eagles played to ex- tremes in the two contests. They turned in one of their poorest games of the year in beating lowly General Elec- tric 46-40, and then downed the strong Klamath team, 56-49, in a highly creditable performance. The Eagles led all the way against G. E., but they could never improve on the seven- point margin the.. held at the batf Ch:rli Bro,,n turned in a good perform. ance, bucketing 11 points to lead the winners, while Dick Garner backed him up with ........ 9. 4 JANUARY 27 Issaqueh (48) FG FT F TP Lundquist 0 ! 0 I Adams 1 3 3 S Glazier 2 O S 4 Gimmaka 10 4 2 24 Bass 5 3 3 13 Anderm 1 1 1 3 McKey 1 1 1 3 Bothell (64) FG FT F TP Joyce 5 6 0 16 Johnson 7 5 2 19 Lovold 0 2 0 2 Myerhm 1 0 2 2 Hanson 2 1 1 5 Gcmsolus 1 1 3 3 Moscrip 4 0 4 8 Strand 0 3 0 3 McKellips 3 0 0 6 FRIDAY luaquah (66) FG FT T TP Lundquist 1 0 5 2 Glezler 6 0 3 12 Price . 2 0 0 4 9 8 3 26 3 1 4 7 Grimmaka Bess The Eagles raced to a 29- 24 half-time lead against I Klamath, but fell behind by two points mid-way in the second half as hot-shooting Paul Nadon pulled Klamath into contention. The Eagles settled down and pulled ahead again on Garner's outside shOoting, and had the game on ice with two minutes remaining. Nadon racked up 30 points for the losers to lead all scorers, while Carl Erickson led the Eagles with 15. Also in double figures for Issa- quah were Denny Johnson with 11 and Garner with 10. JOINS FRATERNITY A mid-term pledge to Del- ta Tau Delta fraternity at Whitman College, W a 1 I a Walla, is Ned Qulstorff, a 1961 graduate of Issaquah Mint Salesgids Janlce Jarvinen (in front) and Dana Peterson, of the Lo-Ho-Ma Junior High Camp Fire grcup are shown handing Mrs. Beth Eberhart, well known NW artist and author of "A Crew of Two", a box of Camp Fire mints. The mint sale will continue through February 21. Beaver Lake News Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Bailey and Darlene enjoyed dinner at the Flame in Kirkland on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer John- son spent the weekend in Portland. Johnson attended sales meetings at the Shera- ton Hotel and Mrs. Johnson shopped in the Lloyd Center. by Vl Johnson Phone EX 2-3572 The Roger Firths are building an addition to their home. Barry Roberge is under the weather with a case of scarlet fever. Mystery of the week: Girls of the Elu Ta Kanl Junior High Camp FiTrsgriuP and their guardian, M . G?.b?n, and girls of the O De t Ya Junior High Camp Fire group, and the guardian, Mrs. Howard Smith, and guests, joined the Bellevue Junior High skating pari:i  the Vase Park Rol!er Tuesday after school Anderson  0 2 10 High School. He and his sis= Mr. and Mrs. Neal Fraker MCKey 1 3 5 ter, Nancy, also at Whitman, and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Mercer Isl. (4) FG FT F TP are the children of Mr. and Bailey journeyed to Port Aliameno 4 0 S 8 Mrs. Elmer Quistorff, Route Gamble on Sunday to visit Kqmdig Grmm I 2 1 4 2, Box 6174, Issaquah. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pyatt. 4 enberg 8 2 AsiingBurnottPlant 0 1 : t3''O: Eagles fo P!ay Issaquah Fr,day KOL by Bob Krleger Issaquah's Indians w I 11 host a rejuvenated Federal Way quintet this Friday night on the home court. The Eagles are fresh from an upset victory over league- leading Bothell and will be anxious to avenge a 78 - 67 licking handed them earlier by the Indians. The Eagles have jelled in this second half of Kingco league piay,rolling up big beads-up ball. With both teams looking to improve their standings a hard fought game is assured. W'hat young matron from the lake, on her way to church, landed in the ditch? Took three men and two jacks to get her out. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mac- Kenzie and family will be camping over the weekend-- they are going to have their hardwood floors refinished. Only room they will be able to walk in will be the kit- chen. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sullivan attended the Shoreline wrestling tuesday n i g h t. Mack Roberts was one of the wrestlers. Mafmen to Host Kangaroo Squad by Bob Krlogov Issaquah wrestlers will en- tertain Lake Washington at 7:30 Thursday evening in the high school gym. The Kanga- roos are undefeated in King- Co action and have one of the strongest teams in their long wrestling history. The Indians have been im- proving steadily and will be on the way up in their en- counter with the Kangaroos. Lake Washington, with sev- eral state tournament veter- ans among their numbers, will find the Indians no  pushovers. THE BOTHELL Cougars handed the Indians a 29-16 defeat last Thursday night at Bothell. The Indians found the Cougars strong and well- schooled as the Indians man- aged two decisions and two pins. Grog McKenzie in the 112 pound class came up with a 5-2 decision in a match with much riding. George Landdeck over- powered his opponent in earning an 8-1 decision. In the match, Landdeek suf- fered a shoulder separation which may shelve him for the remainder of the season. Vigo Anderson scored a pin in the second period af- ter being behind from the outset. Anderson bounced back after being slammed to the mat to earn the pin. Bob Krieger pinned his opponent in 1:03 of the first period to round out Issaquah scoring. VFW Auxiliary Admits Five New members of the Vet- erans of Foreign Wars Aux- iliary are Mrs. Ray Malmas- sara, Ml". Melvin Swanson, Mrs. Junior Brunner, Mrs. James Croston Jr. and Mrs. Jack Chalfa. Five women of the auxil- iary worked 66 hours at the Veterans tlospital. Puzzles and magazines were taken to the patients by Mesdames Rae Thorberg, Alberta Beardmore, Erie Jones, Mary Sellers and Ellen Lortie. ' The V.F.W. Post and Aux- iliary will have a pot luck dinner at 6:30 p. m. Febru- ary 16.  For further informa- tion contact Mrs. Mary Sel- lers, EX 2-6802. 4 Election Propositions LETTER TO THE EDITOR.... Win Backing gtene, g ood nutrition and proper supervision throug regular visits to a dentist. The letter concludes that fluoridation is not safe be- cause "75 U. S. cities" dis- continued using it. This oc- curred chiefly because of a desire for more information in the communities involved. Each year more communities find that fluoridation is de- sirable, and to date over two-thirds of all U. S. cities having more than 500,000 population have fluoridated water. Three cities in Massachu- setts recently voted for flu- oridation after studies made by the citizens themselves. An informed community can be depended upon to decide for itself when a matter of health is at stake. The opposition to fluorida- tion strnogiy resembles the tion strongly resembles the which flourished half a cen- tury ago. Most public health measures have, in fact, faced this same core of resistance. Eventually "the g r e a t e s t good for the greatest num- ber" 'has prevailed in most situations, and it is to be hoped that this will also be true in the matter of fluori- dation. DR. PAUL ANDERSON Eastside Health Officer Seattle - King County Health Department LAD IS NINE Fight playmates and a brother and sister helped Roy Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson, celebrate his ninth birthday on Janu- ary 27. The children had dinner at the Paterson home and attended a movie after- ward. Guests were Dennis Morrison, Peter Lind, Hans Fischer, Doug Obert, Brian Rhodefer, Sam Hobbs, Billy Currie, Steven Delaurenti and Roy's brother John and sister Lands. Many organizations in the Issaquah School District are supporting the bond issue and special levies in the Feb- ruary 13 election. Mrs. Ralph Heft and her Coordinating Council of Parents, have been gratified at support of the school issues from the Cham- ber of Commerce, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Lions and Kiwanis Clubs. In ad- dition, m a n y community chJbs such as Mountain Park Estates, Renton Suburban, Pine Lake and Preston are urging support of all four school issues. Parent- teacher groups from the Pro-school, Clark Elementary, Sunset Elemen- tary, May Valley Elemen- tary, Junior High and Senior High Schools have had pro- grams where the bond issue and each of the special levies was discussed and evaluated. Members of the School Board urge all voters in the Issaquah School District to vote on February 13. TO MEET AND EAT The Golden Agers will celebrate their seventh anni- versary February 15 at the Community Baptist Church. The business meeting will be at 11 a, m. Dinner will be at 12:30 p.m. Former mem- bers and guests are welcome. "LIFE IN INDIA" TALK AT EASTSIDE CHURCH "'Life in India" will be the subject of a talk, illustrated by slides, given by Mrs. In- der Dewan at 10 a.m. Tues- day, at the East Shore Uni- tarian Church. The program will take the place of the regular February meeting of the church women. The pub- lic is invited. Mrs. Dewan, a native of India, has been in the Seattle area about a year and a half. She makes her home on Mercer Island with her hus- band, an aeronautical engi- neer for the Boeing Com- pany, and her two children. If statements about fluori- dation in a letter t o the edi- tor published in the Issaquah Press January 25 were ac- cepted w i t h o u t question there would be cause for ooncern. When they ask, "Are the claims favoring fluoridation valid?" the writers ask the public to discount the find- ings of universities and of professional societies like the American Medical Associa- tion and American Dental Association and to accept the opinion of unnamed "in- dependent, experts". This is simply not logical. They ask, "Is fluoridation sensible?", stating that only 5% of the water supply is ingested by children (who will reap the greatest bene- fits). On the contrary, in the Issaquah area the 1960 census revealed that 26% of the local population were children under 10 years of age, while 43% were under 20 years old. This is con- siderably more than a 5% segment benefitting at the "expense" of the great ma- Jority. The letter also in- ferred that an adult require- meat would be forced on in, feats -- whereas actually, the recommended amount of fluoride in water is ! part to one million parts -- an amount geared to the toler- ances as well as the needs of children. In response to the ques- tion, "Axe there better ways to prevent dental decay?" it must be pointed out that fluoridation which hardens the tooth enamel, is only one phase of a four-part program which includes good oral hy- In The BOWLING Spotlight The Hi Ten all-star team pating in the Sunday evening Jerry Malone Ford .111 5 for the week featured the mixed sweepers, the compe- Clark Roofing ..... 11 5 excellent score of the women titian was not only close, but Hall's Auto Wrecking 7 9 bowlers. Betty Anderson lively and spirited. Booming Highway 10 Lumber 6 10 with a 237 and Maggie Fa- out a 1279 combined score, Skip's Care ............... 3 13 vini with a 236 outshot the the winners were Ray and New Team ............... 2 14 HI TENNERS W L Pine Lake News.... Warren Hobbs. now- with by Louise Trsharno the United States Geological Phone EX 2-67S4 Survey in VCasllington, D. C., - ............. spent a few day this week with his mother M. S. W. Hobbs. Mrs. Harold Whale's son. Mr. Edward Link and his guide dog, Tippy. flew frm their home in Weiser. Idaho, Sunday and spent f,ur days with Mr. and Mrs. White at their Pine Lake hmw. Link had his regular check-up at the Veterans hospital and they were very pleased with his progress. Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Roland New- man visited Mr. Link. He also called on friends in tim Seattle area. Jerry Uhren, son of Mrs. Amy Uhren of Pinc Lake came home January 25 for a 30-day leave. Jerry had been stationed on the Island of Crete and will be going to McClelland Air Base at Sacramento, Cal., when his leave is over After leaving Crete, Jerry visited Athens, Greece, Zurich, Switzerland, and Frankfort and Wiesba- den, Germany. Mrs. Virgil Genereux at- tended the first of four clas- ses on landscaping design at Local 2 Cited on Scholarship Two Issaquah High School boys have received recogni- tion and merit awards for their scholarship. Robert Alexander received an award of merit from the General Motors Corporation and an anonuncement that he has been selected as a semifinalist for the big Gen- erai Motors Scholarship of $2000 a year. Edward Holpuch received a notification from Michigan State University that he is an eligible candidate for the Michigan S tat e Alumni Scholarship. These scholar- ship opportunities are the re- sult of the boys high scores on the national Merit Schol arship search. There are 150 varieties of asparagus, 20 of which are purely ornamental. the University of Washing- ton last week. M and Mrs. Frank Eriek- son and family spent Friday evening visiting their ex- neighbor Mr a n d Mrs. Gordon Ttst in South Seat- tle. Saturday the Tists came out to dine with the Erick- sons after which Mr and Mrs. Wallace Dash joined them and Mr. Tist showed movies he had taken at the New Year's Eve Dance at the Pine Lake Community Hall. The Pine Lake Garden Club will meet Wednesday, February 14 at 11 a.m at the home of Mrs. Edward Erick- son. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Percy Stanley and Mrs. W. W. Steinauer. Mrs. Her- bert Pope will speak on "Propagation." Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill of East Lake Sammamish road enjoyed a scenic Sunday drive with Hill's son Pete and his family of Seattle last week. Later they dined at Smitty's Pancake House near the "World's Fair" site. Sunday visitors at the Vir- gil Genereux home were Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Harper of Seattle. The Frank Ertcksons had Sunday dinner at the home of Mrs. Erickson's mother, Mrs. Bernice Peterson in Se- attle. DR. LLOYD A. WHITE OPTOMETRIST Contact Lens 2341/2 Wells Street Renton, Washinqton HOURS: Men., Tues., Thurs., Frt., 9:00 to 5:30 Wed. and Bat 9:00 to I:00 Telephone ALpine 5-3788 Roadside Chapel 4 M;LES SOUTH ON HOBART ROAD Annual Missionary Conference SUNDAY, February U REV. WALTER OLSEN II a. m, MONDAY, February 12 MISS ANNA REMPEL 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY, February 13 MISS DOROTHY BRANT 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 14 Rev. ROY BOETTCHER 7:30 p.m SUNDAY, Feb. 18 Roy. RAY CHANDLER II a.m.. 7:30 p.m. For Further Information, Call Robert D. Mathe, Pastor, EX 2-3168 Evans' Salon .... 51 28 TIGERS PRESENT scores in their recent out- men's high game of 234 shot Ethel Wilkins. Second place Joe Santa 217, Mel Foster Valley Plumbing . 45 35 RQN HOLDEN ings. Rick Scott and Don by Ed Sell. Ralph De Smith went to Bob and Maggie Fa- 213, Bill Lawman 211; Bill Carey & Sons ..... 43  LOW PRICE I00DER? ,,..._ and Knutzen are their leading had the high series honors vini. Third place winners Lowman565, Bob Cowin 565, GrangeServe-U 42 38 WHO00J00E /he Vicerovs" scorers, both frequently in for the men with a 607, and were Jerry and Leone Croft. Mel Foster 561, John Work- Coast to Coast .... 41 39 double figures. Babe Needham won high ser- These mixed sweepers will man 559. Kit's Kate ........... 34 Nit 100.10 ies for the women with a be held every Sunday at7 Hall's Auto Wrecking 843, Eagles Aux. No, 2 33 47 WHO'S THE GAS CHAMP ? The Indian defense appears 597. Newcomers to the all- p.m. Anyone who bowls at Santa Construction 841, 835; Eagles Aux. No. 1 30 50 3Q el Fe ready to squelch the sizzling star team were Bob Ma- Hi Ten is eligible to bowl in Santa Construction 2486, Diane Watt 169; Norma 9- 12 P M Eagles. With improved de- honey Sr. and Doug Bratton this event. Hall's Auto Wrecking 2409, Cabe, Eudora Smuin and * fensive rebounding and a re- for the men and Grace WHO'S THE SAVINGEST? WHO'S THE FAVORITE? WHffS GOT THE UIXURY ? WHO'S GOT THE BIG CHOICE ? FALCON,THAT'S WHOI NEW OMPAIr$, OLD COMPACTS, ,,ME.TOO" 4OMPAArS--FOR THE THIRD IN A lOW FALCON BEATS 'EM ALL BY A O01/NllY MILEI COME IN-- 111E DIFIRIENCE--SAVE  DliqRBIEIgl Newest improved version of Falcon's record-breaking, gas4aving Sixl New choice of 13 models! New service. saving featuresl Lower prices Ill along the line. No wonder over one million hippy Falcon owners are bralnE 8tmut their shrewdness! Join theml YOUR FORD DEALER, THAT'S WHOI PIREMAN'S HALL vitalized zone defense the DOWntown Issaquah Indians are more formidable. They have been getting JS $l .00 outstanding board strength 40 STAG from Larry Glazier and Mel ADMITTED FREE Gimmaka and the guard combinations of Mike Mo- OR DETAILS ON Kay, Dan Bass and Steve ON YOUR DIAL Anderson have been playing Our Conversion Burner Rental Plan enables you to change your present furnace to natural gas heat without having to buy costly new equipment. There is no charge/or service, for maintenance or repairs on burner or controls. I/you live along the route o/a gas main, you are eligible. Free normal installation takes less than a day. Order yours now. 00nversin $1 burner rental, just ...... ,.m-a month  (I)lu a lew pennies in certain municipalities) Fuel of the Future--Here Today l Call your Dealer---or 6 WASHINGTON NATURAL eAS COMPANY Dick Hughes, bowling for the Grange Supply team in the Issaquah Valley League, had the distinction of pick- ing up one of bawlings unus- ual splits, the 7-8-9. Right after February 14, the team of the week event will again be held every Sun- day morning at 10 a. m. Any five men or women from a league may enter as a team. Last year it was restricted to the five high scorers. More information may be obtained at the lanes. The first Sundays events will be on February 18. High game and high series pots will also be held. Both men's and womens' teams will compete i ntheir own divisions. @ LAKERS W L Pine Lake Oil ....... 52 31 Leo's Automotive 52 31A Kusah's Grocery .. 47 36 Hi/Lo Market .... 47 37 Manolides Bros... 46 38 Fischer Bros ..... 43 41 Swanee Grocery 41 42% Combined Iusur 41 43 Team No. 15 ........ 41 43 Crossroads Care 40 44 By. Lk. Boilermsk 40 44 Valley Pharmacy 40 44 Jim's Realty ....... 39 45 Squak Mt. Quarry 34 50 Cochran Jewelers 34 50 Team No. 4 ..... 33 51 Helen O'Herin 233, Jerry Croft and Sam Klinefelter 210; Helen O'Herin 578, Jer- ry Croft 551. Pine Lake Oil 731, Fischer Bros 724; Combined Insur- ance 731, Pine Lake Oil 1957. Helen O'Herin's 233 - 578 were season highs for wom- en. Jerry Craft's 651 and Ted Timperio's 243 were sea- son highs for men. ISSAQUAH KEGLERS W L Holiday Cleaning 13 3 Santa 11 5 Holiday Cleaning 2360. EAGLE JUNIORS W L Highway Lumber .. 8 2 Rexall Drugs ..... 6 3 Fischer Bros ........ 6 3 Auto Freight ....... 5 4 10 Cent Store ...... 5 4 Powers Agency 4 4 Howard's Bakery . 4 4 Honeysuckle ......... 4 5 Tony & Johnnle's 4 5 Eagles ............... 4 5 Santa Const .......... 2 7 Shamrock ........... 1 8 Grog Wallace 198, Jody Schomber for the women. Men, Ralph DeSmith 181, 210, 216--607; Ed Sail 234, 178, 189--601; Bob Mahoney Sr. 201, 180,213---594; Doug Bratton 180, 211, 201--592; Ralph De Smith 190, 188, 212 --590; totals 986,967, 1031 2984. Women, Babe Needham 182, 214, 201--597; Maggie Favini 236, 182, 173--591; Babe Needham 181, 209, 189 --579; Betty Anderson 174, 237, 164--575; Grace Schom- her 155, 200,212--567; totals 928, 1042. 939--2909. The annual King and Queen of Hearts Tournament will be held over the week ends of February 3-4 and 10- 11-12. Four games will be bowled by all couples. En- tries will be restricted to league bowlers at Hi Ten Bowl or to persons married to them. A Prince and Prin- cess" of Hearts tournament will be held for the Junior and Senior High School bowlers at the same times. There will be, for the men only, a four-game series to determine the Ace of Hearts. Additional information can be obtained at the lanes. The next session of Moon- February 24. Sign up early fun-filled evening of bowling IRe bowling will be held on and reserve your spot for a and merriment. Any man bowler interested in bowling in a men's scratch trio league can do so by con- tacting the lanes. If enough bowlers are interested a new league will be formed to bowl on Monday night at 9 p.m. Four games will be bowled instead of the" cus- tomary three game series, This will be on the same for- mat as the men's trio bowl- ed in the spring league last year. With 14 couples Lindquist 187, Bill Macorella 183. Chuck Doty 509, Greg Wallace 501, Bill Mascorella 498. a IIrAQUAH WOMEN W L Harry's Texaco ... 37 20 Elmer's Ref ........... 36 21 Johrldrly's Food .... 30 27 Chuck's Mobil .... 29 28 Valley Dairy ....... 26 31 Malone Ford ........ 25 32 Lewis Hdwe ......... 23 33 Union Tavern ........ 21 36 Union Tavern 865; Harry's Texaco 2373, Chuck's Mobil 2373, Union Tavern 2317. Bernice McDaniel 202, Betty Carey 198, Dolores Busby 193; Bernice McDan- iel 560, Batty Anderson 552, Betty Carey 502. , $ ISSAQUAH MEN W L Valley Dist ........... II 4 V " F" W ................. 10 4% Union Tavern ....... 10 5 Park Inn ................ 7 8 I. V. F. D ............... 7 8 Auto Freight ........ 6 9 Johnny's Food ...... 5 I0 Elmer's .............. 3 11 Orv Knudtson 223, Elmer Haro 220, Bill Carey 215; Bill Carey 553, Vern Ander- son 547, Roy Shultz 544. Park Inn 966; Veterans June Nissley 442. Coast to Coast 902, 2600. BOWL & BAWL W L Hi Ten Care ..... 38 28 Brady's * 38 28 Bill's Texaco ........ 36 30 Preston Mobil .... 35 31 Valley Dist .......... 34 31 Highway Lumber 31 34 Swanee Grocery 28 38 Coalfield Grocery 23 34 39177; Brady's total pins Hi Ten Care total pins 34949. Fern Filippi 202 . 504; Joyce Hartley 186 - 493; Eleanor Kramer 186 - 472. LO-TEN MIXED DOUBLES L Valley Game Farm 12 4 J & R Concrete 11 5 Mom's Laundromat 1I 5 J. D. Plumbing 10 6 Buddy Webber .... 8 7 Sky Ranch Tavern 7 8 Stonebridge Const. 2 14 Nick's Care ......... 2 14 P a u I Shoemaker 256, Betty Hircko 196; Paul Shoe- maker 605, Betty Hircko 500. Valley Game Farm 722, J & R Concrete 611, Mom's Laundromat 657; Valley Game Farm 1942, J & R Con- c r e t e 1868, Stonebridge Const. 1866. 8 $ * VALLEY LEAGUE W L Lions ..................... 11 5 Grange Supply ....... 10 6 Roy's Barber shop .... 9 7 Iss. Real Estate ....... 8 8 Darigold ................... 8 8 Kiwanis .............. 7 9 Eagles ............... 6 10 Sky Ranch ................ 5 11 Ray Wilkins 221, Myles Llndsay 216, Jerry Chase 214; Lindsay 624, W'ilkius 605, Bob Horlick 545. Grange Supply 981 and 967, Sky Ranch 932; Grange Supply 2870, Sky Ranch Eagles 2613. Jerry Mefone FOR F.O.A. EX 2-6427 ISSAQUAH EX 2-6424