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. I screenings, check )r hidden disabilities Issaqu.ah School According to Joyce Rock- "'lLconclucthearing, well, Issaquah Preschool .anguage, and Childfind Coordinator, there ltal screening for is no need to wait until these am three to five children are in school to who live in tile begin dealing with their pro- will be con- l I at Apollo Ele- 15025 S.E. Renton and on :listrict admini- 22211 S.E. HOUrs will be 9 p.m. on both dates. children are ar acquire condi- mterfere with educational nt. Fortunately, conditions can Parents and :ognize the pro- enough to seek blems. Programs are avail- able now. Examples of early signs of problems for a three year old include frequent ear infec- tions or ear aches, speaking in a very loud or very soft voice, omission of parts of words or speech which is not understandable, difficulty walking up or down stairs, inability to enjoy playing 'alone with toys, and behavioral problems. Parents who suspect that their children may have speciet educational needs, are encouraged to call 392-0746 to make an appointment for the free screenings. autlful r erson ' backgrounds available'Groups $1.00 extra pe P ' I00EN FRANKLIN DOWNTOWN ISSAQUAH & FRIDAY, MAY 5 & 61 to I p.m. and 2 to 8 p.m. LAMPS f* , PARTS SALES REPAIRS ,  KENNEDY'S LAMPS & SHADES 454-4334, lOllO MAIN ST. BELLEVUE Come visit the Farm and farm store at Direct from the grower YAKIMA ASPARAGUS 20 lb. Box Time out for mini classes Issaquah Junior High students learn to build rockets, fix a bike, put on makeup, decorate a cake, fix beat-up cars and many other skills at the school's special "mini classes, short courses allowing them to explore subjects not offered In the regular curriculum. Top left, students take apart and put together Jim Sleber's '48 Chevy Fleetllne, an auto which actually runs, despite the fact it sat In a Spokane field for untold years. Bottom left, students sand and glue and paint model rockets, to be shot off In the school playflelds later on In the semester. Above, professional makeup consultant Rebecca Ray demon- strates makeup techniques on Robin Fuller. The non-credit courses are offered once a week. Photos by Rodl Shemeta Ludlum. We personally select our produce. We want yOU, our customer, to be able to buy quality produce that Is fresh, attractive and tasty. You con depend on us for quality. But If we make a FLINTOFT'S Issaquah FUNERAL HOME Since 1938 COMPLETE SERVICES Cremations Memorials Pre.Arrangements 222-5503 392.6444 Tom, M, ichael .... & Alberta FLINTOFT mistake, let us * 11.50 know --gently please. Other farm fresh Produce Open 10.6 Mon.-Sat, 12-5 Sun. 23728 Iss-Fall City Rd. 392-4763 . BB WhY go anywhere elset 1 ! dPL/' . A We offer a complete i i I i[ JUl_ i q l 1 k i I I 1 ! ml bulldlngprogremfor J;.t. ll" F 70 ' - ' ' ' your convenlence. ,mi,L Complete, easy and avallable t g expires June 30, 1983  Now is a good time to buy I1 I]  that buildina you need. CUSTOM BUILDINGS Choose f.rom a wide ran of buildings and accouodes In v..adou.s slze and colos,gcustom designed to fit your needs 200 West Mercer, Suite 305, t:xperlenced local building crews for speedy construction SeattleWA981 lg Call Toll Free local dealer 1-800-562-2873/Washington 1-800-426-2804/Oregon.idaho Roger Armstrong CEN EX is a licensed and bonded contractor K7 lmc. C.=o .. ,, orPeteLInd ContractorlicenseNo(223.O1.FA.RM.EU.Ct86 ) ' ' orTIm Wall CENEX. The name you can trust for quality and value that laatL GRANGE SUPPLY 81clallzlng in custom dulgned buildings at competitive prices. Issaquah 392.6489 'As low as 11.9% APR financing on amounts over $5000. for approved customers only. The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, May 4, 1983 - Page 5 i South End May Volley'Mople Hills'Briorwood Roxaine Reynolds (255-5849) Intern at May Valley Alliance May Valley Alliance Church has been assigned an intern couple who will serve nine months at the church learning through in-service training and developing ministerial skills. The couple are Bob and Cheryl Fugate, who earned their Bachelor of Arts degrees from Penn State University. They attended seminary at Nyack College. They have a goal of being missionaries in Colombia, South America. The young couple will arrive during the summer. May Valley Alliance Church choir will be a part of the Billy Graham Crusade Choir May 15 through May 22 in the Tacoma Dome. The meeting schedules are at 3 p.m. on Sundays, May 15 and 22; and at 7:30 p.m. on Monday through Saturday, May 16-May 21. The annual Apollo Ele- mentary School Talent Show will be presented on Friday, May 20. Two local area runners in the recent Seattle Marathon Race were Ran Irvine and Larry Williams. They both finished the 26 mile run. Father and daughter Ken and Sarah Horner rode their horses on the 80 mile John Wayne trail on a recent week- end. They rode from Ralston to Othello in four days. They were part of a 200 rider group. Two citizens of the com- munity are assisting in coaching spring sports at Liberty High School. Jack Lecoq, who has coached little league teams for many years, is assistant baseball coach under head coach Don Eg- gart, who teaches at Pine Lake Junior High School. Chuck Landback, who works for an insurance company, is head soccer coach. He is assisted by Dick Munro from lssaquah High School. Soft- ball coaches are Liberty teachers Tom Ingles and Chuck Olson. I trois them above and below ground -- so the weeds you treat won't send up new shoot.s qt. Also available in 1 gal. and 5 gal. sizes. 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