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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 4, 1983 i i i ,ll Around town Who's news i Schroeder wins $1,300 scholarship Rebecca Schroeder, lssa- quah resident and Washing- ton State University student, has received a $1,300 Frances Premo scholarship. Schroeder, a junior in food science and technology, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Schroeder. Bryce graduates Vicke Lynn Bryce, gra- duated April 22 from Brig- ham Young University. She was one of 2,722 graduates. Bryce received a bachelor's degree. WWU grads and honor students Several Issaquah residents • have graduated from Western Washington Univer- sity at Bellingham and others were named to the honor roll by that institution. Frank Glass graduated with honors and received a Bachelor of Arts degree. Also graduating with Bachelor of Arts degrees were Gretchen Amsbaugh and Clay Stenberg. Clinton J. Brady and Mi- chelle A. Pagan earned B.A.'s in education. David W. Nelson received straight A's. Also qualifying for the honor roll were: Joseph F. Larson, Malcom G. Lowe, Kimberly J. Payne, Catherine M. Silva and Alan W. Wang. Eichhorst earns biology, Spanish degree lssaquah resident Martha Eichhorst graduated Cum Lauds with a bachelor's de- gree in biology and Spanish from Concordia College in Minnesota. The degrees were awarded on Sunday, May 1. Knutson chosen resident assistant Chert Knutson of Issaquah was chosen as a 1983-84 resi- dent assistant at Dakota Wesleyan University. Chert is majoring in psychology and religion. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knutson. Births Danielle Bartholomew Donna and Tim Bartholo- mew of Maple Valley are the parents of their first child, Danielle Marie, born April 13 at Evergreen Memorial Hospital. She weighed seven pounds, nine ounces. Her grandparents are John and Marion DiMaggio, and Paul and Thelma Bartholo- mew of Issaquah. Her great grandmother is Dessie Bar- tholomew and Alpha Wag- lberty 'mathletes' Bell Lee, Terri Plischke, Lina Lee, Jeanne Geczi, Kiane Kallgren and Thanh-Dung Nguyen. ' The Liberty High School algebra. Liberty 'mathletes' win district competition "mathletes" successfully de- fended their title as High School Math Champions of the Issaquah Sehoo] District at the annual Math Qlympics held April 28. Liberty's mathletes defeated Issaquah High in a close competition which included problem- solving relays in advanced In another close competi- tion, Pine Lake Junior High retained the Junior High title against Maywood Junior High and Issaquah Junior High. The junior high com- petition included relays in arithmetic, algebra and geometry. DON'T BUY A MAJOR 3ME APPLIANCE'TIL ;K WITH KING AND BUNNYS • • . THE APPLIANCE PROS... 30-Inch  Microwave ..... 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Storage Capacity CHECK OUT OUR DISCOUNT PRICE • No-fingerprint Textured Steel Door • Durable Porcelain-on-Steel Interior Liner • Attractive Gold Trimmed Shelves • Color Coordinated goner. Tim Bartholomew is a 1975 graduate of lssaquah High. Breanna Giberson Evajean and Thomas Giberson of 700 17th Ave. N.W. are the parents of their second child, Breanna Rose, born April 22 at Swedish Hospital. She weighed seven pounds, 13 ounces. Her brother Rickey is two. Her grandparents are Richard and Bette Carver of Tacoma, and Bert and Dorothy Giberson of Issa- quah. Maude Olsen is her great grandmother. Allyson Slye Gregory and Mary Slye of 4327 193rd Ave. S.E. are the parents of their second daughter, Allyson, born April 26 at Eastside Group Health. She weighed six pounds, 13 ounces. Her sister Melissa is two. Noah Fitterer Gary and Janette Fitterer of 517 S.E. Andrews are the parents of their second son, Noah Adam, born April 17 at Overlake Hospital. He weighed seven pounds, 15 ounces. His brother Jessie is four. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Landdeck of Issaquah and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Fitterer of Kirkland. Churches Torchbearer speaks at Trinity Evangelical John Dyer, representative of the international Torch- bearer ministry and pastor of Eccles Evangelical Church in Manchester, England will be speaking the week of May 8- May 13 at Trinity Evangelical Church. The Sunday night service will be at 7 p.m. and the Monday through Friday ser- vices will be held at 7:30 p.m. each evening at the church. Trinity is located in the com- munity of High Point, three miles east of Issaquah. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Mormon missionaries return home Three lssaquah men have returned home after serving 18 months as missionairies for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. David Wiser and Eric McLoughlin both served in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Troy Hyatt served in the San Jose, Costa Rica area. All are members of the lssa- quah 1st Ward. LBI hosts concert of sacred music The Department of Crea- tive Expression of the Lutheran Bible Institute in- vites you to share in an even- ing of worship through a sacred music concert by the St. Mark's Episcopal Com- pline Choir, directed by Dr. Peter Halleck. It is to be given at 7"30 p.m., Tuesday, May 10, in the campus chapel. There will be a free-will offering for the choir to cover expenses. Faith United holds charter service Sunday, May 8, will be an important milestone in the journey of the people of Faith United Methodist Church. Bishop Melvin G. Talbert will preside at a 10 a.m. Chartering Service in which the church will be of- ficially named and recogniz- ed as a charge conference by the United Methodist Church. All those who have been working and worshipping together as the congregation of this church will be able to become charter members through profession of faith or transfer of membership from other churches during this service. Frank E. Brown, Superintendent of the Seattle District, will also participate in the service. Special music including selections by the children of the church school as well as instrumental pieces and an- thems will be featured. The worship area will be enriched with special banners cele- brating the birthday of this new church. The celebration will continue in a coffee hour Jennings, Monk engaged Richard A. and Bonnie Jennings of Iss, aquah are pleased to annouce the en- gagement of their daughter Jill Nanette to Michael Ellis Monk, son of Gilbert C. and Palma Jean Monk, also of Is- saquah. Jennings, a 1978 graduate of Issaquah High, is em- ployed by Sound Elevator Company of Kirkland as a computer accountant. Monk, a 1975 Issaquah High graduate and 1980 graduate of Washington State Univer- sity, has recently accepted a position at Commodity Sys- tems Development As- sociates of San Jose, Calif., and is pursuing his MBA in finance at San Jose State University. The couple plans to marry April 70 1984. Jill Jennings and Michael Monk after the service. Visitors and friends are welcome to join the congre- gation for this celebration, which comes seven months after the start of worship ser- vices. As usual, nursery and activities for younger children will be available dur- ing the worship service at the Issaquah Holiday Inn, says William B. Price, pastor. Clubs VWF Ladies Auxiliary The VWF Ladies Auxiliary No. 3436 will do cart service for bedridden patients at the Seattle V.A. Hospital on May 13. Volunteers are need- ed! Sale days for annual Bud- dy Poppy will be May 20 and 21. District 11 convention for Posts and Auxiliary is on May 15 at the Lake Washing- ton Post, Bellevue. 20% ALL SPRING COATS / & SELECTED DRESSES Girls sizes infants thru pre-teen / Boys sizes infants thru 18 [ New Summer Selections Arriving Weekly Come In today for quality line• and friendly •ervice! Sale End• May 8th Ratnbow00 End00 fashion for children LoohmJnn'e Pleura • 3710 E. 128th Ave. $.E. • Bellevue • 614.6000 Grand Ridge Community Club The Grand Ridge Commu- nity Club will have its next meeting at Dave and Jay Am- mons's house, 2618 271 St. S.E., lssaquah on May 10. Club members live along Issaquah-Fall City Road and Duthie Hill Road. Pine Lake Garden Club The Pine Lake Garden Club will hold a plant sale Saturday, May 7 at the Pine Lake Community Club from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Rhodies, veggies, shrubs, bedding plants, geraniums, fuchsias and much more will be available. Garden Club plant sale The annual plant sale by the East Lake Washington District of Garden Clubs will be Saturday, May 7 from 10- 3 at the Crossroads Mall. Many varieties of perennials, grout shrubs and be featured. Garden Club eluding those from local clubs, have many hours in for this popular eluding iings and many from their Come early for tion! This is a portunity, youngsters, to pensive living g Mother's Day, to the home or garden, Valley Seniors elect new leaders Vona Parks was president of the ls Valley Seniors, Elected as board were: Ed Cam Ilarris, Lee Middleton and Payne. Now you can get it at a newstand in Issaquah: 1250 NW Mall (behind McDonald's) ("The Monitor)is re the finest in independent, and unbiased American journalism Tole Painting Summer Class Wednesdays, 7 to 10 p.m. $30 for six sessions: June 22 & 29, July 20 & 27, Aug. 10 & 17 Pre-registration required. I Red tags 50% off/Blue tags 30% All Long-stem Silk Flowers 30% off CLEAREST SOUND! RCA VII)EO DISC 1)EI,IVERS 746-3381 Le,entiHouse 00stl’ 302-6123 f 10.1Bt Place N.W. / Downtown Iosatquah For Rent GIBSON HALL Parties * Receptions Rummage Sales Reduced rates for non-proflt organizations KITCHEN FACILITIES WE BUILD PARENTS • Do you recognize the early signs that ind your child may need special help in learninl = Do you know that the Isaquah SC District has a complete program for the learning needs of students age 3 to 217 The Issaquah School District will be FREE hearing, vision, language, developmental screening for 3 to 5 children living in the district. The scrbening take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. May 11, 1983 APOLLO ELEMENTARY 15025 S.E. 117th St. Renton, Washington and May 18, 1983 Issaquah School District 22211 S.E. 72nd St. Issaquah, Washington for an appointment, call