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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, March 16, 1983 Around town 1Nho's news Schlemlein named 'Leader of Month' Robert L. Schlemlein of lssaquah, a sales represen- tative for Benefit Trttst Life Insurance Company, has been named "Leader of the Month" for February. Tht; Leader of the Monlh ore- gram is an honorary) designa- tion for ottstanding per- formance 'eased on quantity of ix,,urance sales as well as quality in service to policy- owners. As Leader, Mr. Schlemlein will receive a per- sonalized plaque and will be recognized among past achievers with a plaque at the Chicago Home Office. Lawton cast in 'Miss Jean Brodie' CeCe A. Lawton of lssa- quah has been cast in the role of a schoolgirl in the Wash- ington Stale University Theatre's production of "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" set for March 17-19 and 24-26. Lawton is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis L. Lawton of 4538 194th Avenue S.E. She is a junior at WSU and majoring in theatre arts. Boyd joins Sigma Kappa Diana L. Boyd of Issaquah was recently initiated into the Alpha Gamma Chapter of Sigma Kappa sorority at Washington State University. Boyd is a freshman at WSU and majoring in ele- mentary education. She is a 1982 graduate of Issaquah High. Coate named to Who's Who Linda Coate, a student at Seattle Pacific University, has been named to the 1983 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. She is one of 37 SPU students selected from among the country's most outstanding campus leaders. Coate is the daughter of Larry and Jocile Coate of 5720 189th S.E., lssaquah. Since 1910 PISCIltl00'S NEATS Seafood Poultry Choice Locker Beef LOCKER [=-] HINDQUARTERS ....... *16s +. SIDES ......................... '14s ,, Includes cutting & wrapping Try Our Fresh Seafoodsl 85 Front St. N. [-392-3131 Issaquoh Smith picked for 'Saddle Straddle' Holly Smith of lssaquah has been selected from Totem Girl Scout Council by Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. to attend "Saddle Straddle," June 19 through July 3. This national event for 40 girls ages 14 to 18 will be held at Girl Scout National Center West, a 14,000-acre site bordered .by the Big Horn National Forest near Ten Sleep, Wyoming. Smith has been active in Scouting since second grade. She is a member of Senior Troop 116. Roy assigned to New Mexico Airman 1st Class Robert J. Roy, son of Robert J. Roy of lssaquah, has arrived for du- ty at Hoiloman Air Foce Base, New Mexico. Roy, an aircraft pneudraulic systems mechanic with the 49th Air- craft Generation Squadron, was previously assigned at Osan Air Base, South Korea. Nowadnick honored for dedicatoin George Nowadnick, former biology teacher and head football coach at Issa- quah High, will be honored for his years of service and dedication on Saturday, March 19 at the Ramada Everett Pacific Hotel in Everett. Nowadnick moved to Issa- quah in 1957, earned a masters and administrative credentials while teaching and coaching and was ap- pointed vice principal seven years later. He moved to Snohomish in 1968 and was principal of Snohomish High for 12 years. He is now Director of Per- sonnel Resources for the American Lutheran Church. Call 568-3151 for reserva- tions. --AND- ,. Authentic Irish, ,4 Soda Bread BAKERY BAKERY TEA ROOMJ HI-Lo Center Gilman Boulevard 392-1341 392-1700 Betty Godfrey Godfrey appointed postal superintendent Betty Godfrey, an employee of the Issaquah Post Office for the past 15 years, has been appointed Superintendent of Postal Operations. A life-long resident of Issa- quah, she has spent her entire postal career in Issaquah ex- cept for six months at the Black Diamond Post Office in 1977. She is the mother of four children and is past president of the Issaquah Alumni Association. Karch promoted Marine Lance Cpl. Michael E. Karch, son of Robert A. Karch of lssa- : ,FaithandBe/abbets! : it s a Great Day for the Irish/ at : Puget Sound Bakeries : In keeping with tradition, we feature: lip Irish Murphy Bread (green ln color) ,ll quah, has been promoted to ' (decorated Dy  his present rank while serving Blarney Cupcakes the LIttle People?) at Marine Corps Base Camp Irish Lookin' Decorated Cakes  Pendleton, Calif. : Nilsen completes Shamrock-Shape combat training Cookies _.. Air National Guard Air- Sprinkled ; man Kennon L. Nilsen, son wlthgreencoloroflreland 1 of Johan R. Nilsen of 1624 216th Ave. S.E., lssaquah, has completed one station unit training at the U.S. Ar- my Infantr,.hool, Fort Benning, .G::: OSU T is a 12week period You are invited to help support Community Enterprises of Issa- quah, a non-profit work training center for developmentally disabled adults, while enjoying a full evening of fine food, wines and entertainment.. .  -- Valet Parking at The Feed Store-- ,, --Elegant Dinner with Select Wines-- ** Appet',izers: Poached Salmon, Lobster Mousse, Duck Pat6, Brie en Brioche 111 , Chicken Picatte Consomme I , Sausage Stuffed Chicken Breasts with Madeira Sauce 11 I + Wild Rice Pilaf Saute6 of Carrots and Snow Peas N N *'' --Transportation to The Village Theatre-- M --Entertainment Extravaganza-- M Dessert Bar, Coffee and Appertifs Preview Coming Attraction:'"Grease" Broadway Music and Dance Review N M SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 7:00 P.M. s60 per person S100 per couple $25 entertainment  dessert bar only, 8:30 p. m. per person, Tickets available: . 4 The Village Theatre . . . 120 Front Street N . . . 392-2202 b4 The Issaquah Press . . . 45 Front Street S .... 392-6434 ira4 The Feed Store . . . Gilman Village . . . 392-5073 * Tickets are 75% deductible as charitable donations :IX I II II II I llxlII][IIlIlIIII] which combines basic com- bat training'and advanced individual training. Students perform in UPS concert Three area residents will perform at the Forest Ridge School in Bellevue March 23 with the University of Puget Sound's Adelphian Concert Choir. They are: Kathy Kamin- off, daughter of Max and Cilly Kaminoff, a 1982 graduate of Issaquah High; Lori Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby R. Jones, a 1981 graduate of Issaquah High; and Patty Meyer, daughter of Pat and Chuck Meyer, a 1982 graduate of Issaquah High. Geczi wins essay contest Jean Geczi, a junior at Liberty High, won second place in an essay contest sponsored by the Military Order of World Wars. The essay was on patriotism and personal freedom. Her prize of a $75 savings bond will be presented at a banquet at the officer club at Sandpoint. Births I I i Bailey Whipple Chipps and Judy Whipple of 22625 S.E. 16th Place are the parents of their second daughter, Bailey Kay, born March 2 at Overlake Hospital. She weighed six Sadie Ann is two. Her grandparents are Frank and Peg Davis of Seat- tle and Sherman and Ann Whipple of CleElum. Adam Veach Ciint and Roxann Veach are the parents of their third child, Adam Andrew, born March 8 at Overlake Hospital. He weighed eight pounds, three ounces. His sisters are Rhonda Renee, three, and Samantha Sue, 22 months. His grandparents are Rod and Laura Erickson of Issa- quah, Bob and Elsie Veach of Missouri. His great grand- parents are Reada Lewis of Issaquah and Lucille Erickson of Bellevue. Jody Loranger Georgia and Joseph Loranger of 325 S.E. An- drews Street are the parents of their first child, Jody Lynn, born March 2 at Eastside Group Health. She weighed six pounds, nine ounces. Her grandparents are Ed and Claire Loranger of Preston and Ulis and Jody Barfuse of Fall City. Jamie Higbee Jeffery and Anne Higbee of 25054 S.E. Mirrormont Way are the parents of their first child, Jamie Anne, born March 8 at Overlake Hospital. She weighed five pounds, 15 ounces. Her grandparents are Bob and Mary Higbee and Paul and pounds, 11 ounces. Her sister Carol Benishek of Redmond. Think sprmgl! PERM s30 Reg. $59,00 o...,...sm/ss .W. Alder Pl. Issoquah, WA 392-2515 Tuesday- March 22nd "Listening Session" King County Councilman BRUCE LAING will be at.the Issaquah L00brary 130 East Sunset Way (Behind City Hall- facing railroad tracks)" 7:00 p.m.- 8:45 p.m. i Come & talk with me if you have a problem w/th : King County ii:i:!il Government Call 344-3457 for Further Informatton (:hristine Hapke to Christine Lou Hapke, daughter of Donald and Carole Hapke of 14550 Tiger Mountain Rd; and Phillip Lee Forde of Kirkland will be married March 19. The wedding will be at the Redmond Assembly of God Church, officiated by Reverend Richard Strum. The bride will wear her mother's wedding dress and will be attended by her sister Cathy Hapke, the maid of honor, and bridesmaids Tami Conner, Robin Griffin and Kathy Forde. Best man will be Christopher Forde, and the ushers will be Darrell Herbert, Mike Griffin and Timothy Hapke. The bride is a graduate of Bellevue Christian High School and Shoreline Com- munity College, where she iiii I Churches ,11111,, Community Baptist hosts Linfield choir The Linfield College Con- cert Choir will present a con- cert Sunday, March 20, at Community Baptist Church. The choir of 60 voices is on a 10 day pre-Easter tour among American Baptist churches in the greater Puget Sound area. received an Degree and dental hygiene. She a hygenist. The groom also from Bell, School and attends Community engineering progra plans to enter ing program at of Washington. He the Automint, the business. Out-of-town elude the bride'S mother from Mrs. Earl Bunch, bride's aunt and California. Following be a reception at after which the leave for a hone Mazatlan, Mexico. way to Linfield. IZ years three members Richard Birdsall graduated from The service is at and the public is Wirt Speaks at May Valley Sherwood Eliot Presbyterian founder of Pt magazine and books, will speak at Valley Alliance Many young people from Wednesday, March I ssaquah have foun_.,.d theilr 6:30 p.m..,___.,_, ----, COME HOME FOR EASTER Evenings of Reconciliation Monday, March 8th. 7:30 p.m. St. Joseph's Catholic / 220 Mt. Park Blvd., SW., Issaquah Sacred Heart Catholic Church 9460 N.E. 14th, Bellevue St. Louise Catholic Church 141-156th S.E., Bellevue We_d_q_es_day__M arch 30t h._ 7A30p.m. St. Madellne Sophie Catholic Church 4400-130th Pl., SE., Bellevue COME HOME We appeal to all our families to 'reach out' to relatives, friends, neighbors, etc., who have been a long time away from the Sacraments and invite them to loin with us at one of our Reconciliation Services.