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Page 4 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, March 9, 1983 Around town Who's news i Whitmore wins scholarship Kathy Whitmore, a sophomore at Cal Poly Pomona recenty received a $400 scholarship from the Arabian Horse Association. She is a student trainer at the school's Kellogg Arabian Horse Center. She is studying agricultural business management and is on the Dean's List and Honor Roll. Smith featured in 'Fiddler' Issaquah resident Linda Smith will play Grandma Tzeitel in the Eastside Theatre Company's produc- tion of "Fiddler on the Roof." The production runs March 11, 12, 18 and 19 at the Bellevue Community College Carlson Theatre. For reservations call 641-2415 or 641-2341. Ten on WSU President's Honor Roll Ten students at Washing- ton State University from Issaquah are listed on the fall semester President's Honor Roll. They are: Doug W. Free- man, Ann S. Helsper, Jonathon M. Musch, Marie i I L. Davis, Robert J. Con- dotta, Timothy B. Cole, Michael D. Nelson, Sheri A. Robinson, Rebecca A. Schroeder and Leslie A. Stewart. Favini retires from fire dept. Stan Favini retired this month from the Issaquah Fire Department after serv- ing as a firefighter here since 1948. Favini first joined the department in 1948 and left in 1965 to become chief of King County Fire District 10. He returned to the city fire department in 1975 and was a captain on the force when he retired. Favini was honored at the March 7 City Council meeting for his contribution to the community. of Issaquah High, and his wife Mary, of 13811 197th S.E., Renton, are the parents of their first child, Melissa Renee, born March 4 at University Hospital. She weighed eight pounds, 13 ounces. Her grandparents are Jim and Sandy Snyder and Palms and Merriam Coils, all of Renton. Her great grand- parents are Edith Coils of Renton and Frank and Fran Sprecher of South Dakota. Clubs B i rt h s Issaquah Gliders The Issaquah Gliders Christopher Danens Track Club welcomes all William and Marcia parents of youth ages six to Danens of 22905 S.E. 40th 18 who are interested in track Street are the parents of their and field to attend its mon- third child, Christopher thlymeetings. Kelly Schmldt Michael, born March 5 at The next meeting will be Schmidt finalist in Overlake Hospital. He held on Wednesday, March 9 weighed eight pounds, 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Boarding teen pageant ounces. His sister Kathy is House restaurant in Gilman Kelly Schmidt, 17, a 13, and brother Billy is nine. Village. Roy Stone, head sophomore at Issaquah high, His grandparents are Mr. coach, will demonstrate and has been selected as a state and Mrs. William Danens Sr. explain proper warm-up finalist in the 1983 Wash- of AnokaMinn. stretches and off-season ington National Teenager Pageant to be held at the Katie Darst training. Everett Pacific Hotel, June DebiandTim Darst are the The Gliders are also 11 through20, parents of an eight pound holding off-season condi- Prizes include cash and one ounce girl, Katie Lor- tioning workouts at Lake scholarships. She is the raine. Katie was born Sammamish State Park on daughter of John and February 24 at Overlake Saturdays at 3 p.m. All are Marilyn Schmidt of 749 Mt. Hospital, and joins her six welcome. For further View Place S.E, year-old sister, Stacy at their information, please contact home at 1443-247 Ave. S.E. Jerry Armstrong at 228-3785. _A41L Her grandparents are Daughters of the - ]/|  Clayton and Trudy Spencer A--Z.:^--- n_.._,. ,-__ . 1  tl l F 11 of Renton. DDnouglCa:UCU]aptIler ' ! " t[ I , " l|,l J Melissa Coils National Society, Daughters , / | 1 [ |"  ] /' Dan Coils, a 1978 graduate of the American Revolution, 'Gilman Village Issaquah 392-9190 , We .have I,',A/[ gifts for you.  I tROwer Farites .w lt. , lAY" I Sweetheart Roses .......... 950 .o, ,. ........... : ........... -_- ...... I Carnations ................. 50 .o, ,R,NGTH,SCOUPON 6[ [ Daffodils .............. s1.25 b.oo, O I " " S a%Fll '/'o  ): I Daisies ................ S2.95bun. U off any .  : I Mini.Carnations ........... . S3.95buoo. purchase "if [ ] : I Mums .............. $2.95 .,,oo. .x o i IllMnl   ...... i.-,lr bunch at The Village Men's Shop, through 3/20/83  I II Bill .... .................... Rerg:er to win o"e; ( I ,,,,,,,,,, ou dhday Presents. J _y.ildlffl [" laldi ; J Dawn wllllllllllh i r 0 1oa,, GIImanVilla 3923711 r l g be eaMach2, . ..G_nVillage 392-3711 TX 1 I . III I II II I had a tw s pine which caused severe colitis or inflamma- tlon of the large Intestine. For six or seven months I endured this pain and lower back pain. I also noticed I had a substantial lack of energy. Radiological diagnosis and their appropriate treatments did not prove successful. Treatments from Dr. Bober-Emery brought immediate results. I had less back pain, more energy, and my colitis was diminished tremendously. I recommend chiropractic care to anyone with back pain. Myndy Yiesley J Lower back pain restricted almost all of my movement. I l couldn't sit or bend, and sometimes even walking was painful. Muscle relaxers, pain pills and anti-inflammation drugs from or- thopedic surgeons helped for a while, but nothing really worked, until I went to see Dr. Bober-Emery. She had me moving much easier after only a couple of daysl I also had fewer sinus problems ! and headaches. --Teresa Windle J Call and make your appointment with Dr. Bober-Emery today/ 6424 East Lake Sammamish Parkway S.E., lasaquah 392-9490 I I II II Colleen Boyd and Anthony Musielak I ii ii i Redmond, will meet Thurs- day, March 17 at 10:45 a.m. for a business meeting, luncheon and program, at Mother Tucker's Restaurant, Bellevue. Frank Brockman, Retired Emertius Forestry Professor from the University of Wash- ington, will speak on conservation and show his slides on National Parks in Africa and the United States. Those interested in attend- Ul I i i Michael Shadow on persua- sion and attitude change for business, political and volunteer groups. Shadow is president of Shadow and Associates of Seattle, a specialized service corporation assisting organizations to assess and use effectively their resources in the area of persuasion and attitude change. 4-H showers Summer wedding planned for Colleen Boys Colleen Marie Boyd, a 1981 graduate of Issaquah High, will marry Anthony John Musielak of Kirkland on August 27 at St. Bren- nan's Catholic Church in Bothell. Boyd is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brian R. Boyd of 15826 266th Ave. S.E. She attends the University of Washington and belongs to Alpha Xi Delta Sorority. Musielak is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Musielak of 12600 142nd Ave. N.E., Kirkland. He attends the ITT Peterson School of Business and Accounting. He was a 1978 graduate of Bothell High. Jim Shearer and Lorl Bechtold Show." Of the speakers pre- sent, 54 scored high enough to move on to the King County competition to be held in Factoria Square on Saturday, March 26. Woman's Aglow The Women's Aglow Fellowship of Isasquah will meet Friday, March II, (one week early) at Lutheran Bible Institute. Fellowship will be Jomes Sheerer soys James E. Shearer, son of Ruth and Jack Shearer of Issaquah, was married January 5 to Lori Bechtold of Flushings, New York. The wedding took place in his parents' home at 2017 East Beaver Lake Drive, and was officiated by Rev. Robert A. Gray, of Pine The groom December fro Massachusetts Technology with an degree. The bride is at MIT. The groom  Sunny Hills School and Icthus Student in 1979. at 9:15 a.m. and the meeting Lake United Presbyter!an The couple ing, or in joining NSDAR, go to county . at 9:30 a.m. The cost is Church. in Cambridge, Mass., o ,rea Ilve 4 H pubhc $1 50 should c ntact Jackie . - . . The groom's brother, they will make their presentations were held at S w Daniels at 641-3049. . peakers ill be Richard Donald Shearer of Red- Shearer is presently Issaquah High School and " mend, was the the best man, viewing for jobs ther, ....... W " Sara M]chalskl. Come Valley hl anls February 24 with 113 par- and be blessed For more in- and the matron of honor was The Kiwanis club of Issa- tici ants ......... " ...... P formation ca. LU tJay, vz- former roommate of the The couple will rat quah Valley will meet March The subjects ranged from 1444" Eileen Pasker 392 bride, Val Reese, who now is Issaquah this summa 11 at 7 a.m. at Holiday Inn. "How to Groom Horses" to o47a: ,r 1,, A,, w,lt-," The speaker will be Dr. "What goes on at a Dog 3922 .....  ............... graduatestudent.a University of Washington recept]onatBeaverthe bride's parents = II  , A. |':i: "  = Gilman Village, Issaquah 392-6770 ..... . Movmg Sale: .  . dreary when [l, [] [ 2  i llX,   Pappagallo's around. ] [[ [    I I [!   o'llbohso  = = ' ='" Reduced prices on furniture  amid the showers." J i ! i I! I I  : :   w  ]" glass, quilts & collectibles.  A. Vinyl rain slicker. $21    =  B. Ny, lon rain hat. $10.    .  B 'C. Reindeer' molded rubber boot I :  , ,  " with Skid-resistant bottom. $33.  i i . When you shop for meats ,.,.)~ / !: and cheeses, !i ,o.ou Quality, service, price Gilman Village 92-0257 ANNIVERSARY SALE OF CARPET & VINYL In celebration of our lOth year of business, we're having our Biggest Sale ever.t Save *2 to *7 .... on thick, quality plushes and saxonies made of Anso IV, Ultron Z, or Antron Nylon. Bring this ad in and we'll give you another $1 off per square yard and throw in a free pad! Sale ends March 28 .. or convenience? )TS lit Place N.W. (Behind Rainier Bank) Imquah 392.1M4 Quality, service, price... The AuthoritY. Gilman Village, 392-5073