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PaSe 4 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, March 2, 1983 Around town iii i i i Oliver. = opens Sharon Dean as Nancy and Peter Darchuk as Oliver Twist In "Oliver!" playing at Issaquah High March 3 through 13. The show runs Wednesday through Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets, available at the door, are $4 for adults and $2 for students and seniors. i i m FINAL DA Y$ WAUGH BANGER All Ski Parkas. Bibs & Accessories 'gr. Head SL . ,Jr. Atondo World Cup Jr. Marker MIO Bindinp 40% Sweaters .,,.60% OFF Skis were SIN NOW ' 115 ,-.- .0w '77 -.m ,ow'40 Chris Craft Duck 'Moo' 50% off T..ZWAUqI-I Gilman Village, Issaquah, 392-7547 n a, Clubs Kiwanis sell Follies tickets Members of the lssaquah Kiwanis and the Issaquah Valley Kiwanis will sell tickets this week for the Kiwanis Follies at the Fifth Avenue Theatre March 5. The Follies star local amateur performers singing all types of music, from Broadway musical numbers to music from Barnum. Companies from all over Seattle are providing costumes and prizes. For more information call Issaquah Valley Kiwanis President Merlin Mclntire or Issaquah Kiwanis President John Whitaker. Welcome Wagon The Welcome Wagon will host a coffee at the home of Barbara Lind on March 3 at l0 a.m. Call her at 747-1850 for information. On March 10, the club will hold a potluck luncheon at Gibson Hall at 11:30 a.m. Felicity Lowe from the lssa- quah Historical Society will speak. Call Lyn Jones at 392- 9102 for reservations. Pony Club holds tack sale The Valley Green Pony Club of Issaquah will hold a tack sale Saturday, March 5 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Pine Lake Community Club, 21333 S.E. 20th Ave. Consignments of English and western saddles, bridles and clothing are welcome on Friday, March 4, noon until 7 p.m. For more information call Pat Roselund at 392-3999 evenings or 392-7084. Issaquah Christian Women's Club The lssaquah Christian Women's Club is happy to announce an Irish Rose Brunch March 10, at 9:15 a.m. in the Issaquah Holiday Inn. Ruth Prosise, a local resi- dent, will present a fashion show and wardrobe coordination seminar. Come and learn how to help stretch basic dresses into many lover ly outfits. Guest speaker is Leslie Kotke with words from an Emerald Gem'. There will be Shamrock music and no blarney! For reservations call 392- 0229. A free nursery will be available. Garden Club Due to a conflict in" schedule, the Issaquah Garden Club will hold its March meeting Wednesday the 9th instead of the 16th. It will be held, as usual, at Our Savior Lutheran Church. The business meeting will be at 11 a.m. followed by the salad luncheon at noon, and the program at 1 p.m. The speaker for the afternoon program will be Mrs. John Hunter. Her topic will be "Enjoying Wildflowers." i Churches 'Chariots' sequel at Foothills Baptist The overwhelming success of "Chariots of Fire," win- ner of the Academy Award for Best Picture of 1981, has created widespread demand for a film on the life of Eric Liddell. Taking up where "Chariots of Fire" left off, "The Flying Scotsman" i psi East Think spring!! .so- . " . Offer expires 3/31/83. 40 N.W. Alder Pl. Issaquah, WA 392-2515 sq mountain EARLY BLOOMERS! FLOWERING QUINCE White or Salmon Pink sag0 5 gal ..... ea, FORSYTHIA 1., ..... S 99 . , S699 3 gal ..... ea. WINTER BLOOMING HEATHER lga! ..... QdPZ 89 ea. PIERIS JAPONICA ANDROMEDA ,,,.o....,,.,,,0., ..... $2 00 . CHRISTMAS CHEER RHODoDENDRON s16" Start at ea. AUTUMNALIS FLOWERING CHERRY S17 99 5' to6', starting st ea. ISSAQUAH Just 10 minutes from downtown Bellevue Elt 15 Off 1-90. 1 Mile South On Renton-lssaquah Road (Highway 900). Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Closed Sundays Quality Tax Service Serving Issaquah residents and businesses for 15 years Open year around 165 Front St. N., Issaquah 392-3650 Open Mon.:Thurs. 9 to 6, Fri. 9 to 5, Saturday 10 to 5. Call for an appointment. @ O/ COUPON CLIPPERS TAKE NOTE! looks into Eric Liddell's commitment to mainland China where he went in 1925 as an educational missionary. Here, the faith and convic- tion that could cast away a chance at a gold medal would receive trials every bit as demanding. The public is invited to see this inspiring motion picture on Sunday, March 6, at 7 p.m. at the Foothills Baptist Church auditorium. Preacher visits Community Baptist Area Minister Robert J. Smith will preach at the Community Baptist Church March 5 at 11 a.m. Rev. Smith began an in- terim responsibility this week, serving the American Baptist Churches in King County and north to the Canadian border. He retired January 31 from a long tour of duty in a like position in Southern Idaho and Utah. In that capacity he was asso- ciated with Dr. E. Wayne Roberts, the interim pastor at the Community Church. Robert Smith Births Watch for some very big coupon savings in your March 9 edition. i, i iv i i James Roberts Larry and Susan Roberts of 20640 S.E. 127th are the 00DRESS THE ISSAQUAH Lose 1/2 to I lb. Per Day! I It costs less than eating, and you I will feel greatl I 4. / !!:  , ii:.  [, ;3! :-: ...... !/ Cookie time Issaquah Girl Scouts begin selling cookies March 4 and this group of last year's big sellers are all ready to hit thai Shown left to right is Brenda Thickett, Tina Huff, Laurel Van Brunt, Deanna Armstrong, Karen Van Brunt, Rustad and Stacle Rustad. Recently at a meeting of Junior Girl Scout Troop 631, Issaquah Mayor A. J. Culver March 6 through 12, Girl Scout Week. Scouts will be selling cookies in five flavors for $2 a box. It Is their maker. parents of their fourth child, - " James Benjamin, born at home on February 26. He weighed I0 pounds, I0 ounces. He joins Lucinda, 6, Armstrong wins Lynde, 5 and Michael, 2. His magazine contest grandparents are Helen and Missy Armstrong, 11, a Chet Wesman of Olympia sixth grade student at Sunset and Les Roberts of Portland. Elementary is winner of the BrianVan Winkle Name-the-Painting contest Gerald and Bev Van sponsored by Cobblestone Winkle are the parents of magazine. Her name and their second child, Brian An- winning title appear in the thony, born February 22 at March issue of the magazine. Valley General Hospital. He The contest involved giv- weighed 10pounds. His sister ing a title to an unnamed is Michelle, 19 months. His painting done by Frederic grandparents are Jim and Remington. A photographof Mary Van Winkle of Renton the painting appeared in the and Sam and Norma Hill of November, 1982 issue of Maple Valley. Cobblestone, which focused Gerald is a 1975 graduate on Remington's life and of Issaquah High. Beverly work. Thelast oil Remington was an employee of Issaquah painted before his death, Who's news Missy Armstrong around a campfire outside a log cabin at dusk. Missy's ti- tle was "Tales by the Night Fire." She is the daughter of Mr. Safeway. shows four cowboys sitting and Mrs. Club I I:,,,,o WITH DELICIOUS -::,,,  I LIVING PROOF FEATURING " ', L ..-" SUPER SLIM   DIET DRINK COFFEE SHOP, "v.,[.?//, DINING ROOM & LOUNGE I WOOD STOVES and FIREPLACE INSERTS Robinson is in WSU sorority Sheri A. Robinson quah has been elect# rant treasurer of Ka sorority at University. Sigma Tau cha pa Delta sorority social sororities on the campus. The chartered here in 1923. Robinson is a WSU and is business is a 1982 graduate of quah High School. She is the daughter and Mrs. Charles of 19732 S.E. 30th. The Issaquah also active at member of the Student Lobby and member of the 392-1519 I I SHADES ] LAMPS PARTS SALES  I REPAIRS i KENNEDY'S LAMPS & SHADES 454-4334, 10110 MAIN ST. BELLEVUE j Awarded manufacturer of the year, Western U.S. Innovative air wash draft system helps keep glass clean Built to last alifetime with 1/4 and 5/16" steel plate The Ultimate in energy efficiency Unique refractory baffle system Beautiful arched glass doors in brass, nickel or black Unsurpassed craftmanship WE CARRY A LARGE SELECTION OF WOOD STOVES, FIREPLACE INSERTS AND FIREPLACE ACCESSORIES Fasano's presen ts LOUNGEWEAR & LINGERIE FASHION by Patricla-Joy's 6:15 p.m., Friday, March 4 in the Lounge and Dining Room Come early! For Happy Hour 4:30-6 85' well drinks and complimentaff hors d'oeuvres J Breakfast for early birds! We're now open weekday mornings at 7:00, Saturday and Sunday at 8:00 Peter Evans Jr M..4. and EhzM)ettt l','tndt,tlt, t B S, :It Bellerue Syh'an Learning ('entt,r. James I1". Erlck.son. .IIS(" :rod .1h13 lh,V:tnt, .lhl','ilL B ..t ;it 't/tllO/Id. ,yll ;t/I Lt't/'Ill/I-' ("t'/ltt'l" UNIQUE NEW LEARNING CENTER OPENS ON EASTSIDE The Eastslde's newly Opened Sylvan Learning Center ( mile sOUth of Factorla Shopping Center), has announced the ap- pointment of Bellevue resident Elizabeth Vandehey, to be greeter and diagnostic test administrator. She will assist Peter Evans, Jr., Center Director, Sylvan Leaning Centers offer highly individual. ized and motivational instruction in read- ing and mathematics to children and adults in hourly sessions, twice each Week, Elizabeth comes to Bellevue from Lake Oswego, Oregon. where she taught in the district. She has a BA in Elementary Edu- cation from Oregon State University. Cen. ter Director Evans said, "I am especially pleased to have Elizabeth with us because of her acquaintance with and enthusiasm for our program." Evans is a retired science teacher whose last 12 years of service were at tiedmond High School, Lake Washington District. where he headed the Science De- partment. While at Redmond High. Evans authored all amendment to the Washington State Constitution (1073. that altered the validation requirements for tax levies in the state's various taxing districts, Iris busi- ness partner is James W. Erickson, also retired. Erickson was chairperson of the Mathematics department at Roosevelt High School, Seattle. Edmonds is the location of Evans' and Eriekson's first Sylvan Letaing Center. and they are pleased to extend their unique tutoring program to residents of the east- side school attendance areas. They plan to divide their time between the two locations, TheCenter is a privately owned corporation that does not rely on tax money or grants, "We hope to take our place among the other free enterprise endeavors that contribute to the quality of lile in our eommuniities'" said Evans, Sylvan Learning Centers assure account- ability to clients by doing diagnosite tests and, hearing and vision screenings prior to enrolling a student. You may call for a test appointment or tour of the Bellevue Center at 622-8896. For The Edmonds Center dial "/74-3922. Sylvan Learning Center Dedicated to the Success of our Students