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,4 Page 4 - The IssaCluah Press, Wednesday, May 11, 1983 Around town i i i ii Clubs III I ii I Issaquah Garden Club The lssaquah Garden Club will co-sponsor "Enjoy Cele- brations of May," a standard flower show to be held Mon- day, May 16 at 10 a.m. at the district luncheon and meeting of the East Lake Washington District of Garden Clubs. This year's final meeting for the district will be held at the First United Methodist Church, 1934 108th Ave NE, Bellevue. The programs will feature David Barnhill of Twine Pine Landscaping on "Japanese Garden Design," and Mrs. Joseph A. Witt, world-famous iris specie hybridizer. The public is invited to at- tend. Reservations must be made to Joyce Nelson 883- 2472. Cost for the luncheon and programs is $4.75. The May 18 meeting of the Issaquah Garden Club will be a tour of the Rhododendron Species Foundation at Federal Way. The tour will be 10 a.m. followed by a potluck picnic at Steel Lake Park. There will be carpool pick- ups at Issaquah Park and Ride at 9 a.m. for those liv- ing in the lssaquah area and at the Thriftway Foods lot at .i I I I . i II I I Who news the Renton area. # New officers for the 1983- S 84 year are: president, Mrs. Richard Haynes; vice- Kathman honored student authors will work president, Mrs. Gene Dilley; for hospital work with professionals in improv- secretary, Mrs. Bruce Davis and treasurer Mrs. Roger Issaquah resident Denzil ing their skills and share their Kathman, Sr., will be hen- individual efforts with each Chandler. ored for his service to Seat- other. tle's Providence Medical Center at ceremonies Friday, Anderson wins May 13, as part of National news contest Hospital Week. Jeff Anderson, a student Kathman will be recogniz- at Pine Lake Junior High, ed for 25 years of service to was the local winner of the patients and their families as KING-TV Newsgame. The part of the Providence staff. Newsgame involves weekly He works in Providence's oral quizes on current events Distribution Department. as reported in the media. National HospitalWeek is He will represent his sponsored each year by the school in the final contest, to American Hosptial Associa- be televised May 21. tion and its 6,000 member hospitals to foster better Dowd paintings communication and under- featured standing between hospitals and their patients, employees at Issaquah Gallery and the communities they Local artist Ken Dowd will serve, show his work at Issaquah Gallery through May. Dowd Students attend young paints landscapes in water- colors, oils and acrylics. author's conference Most of his works deal with Issaquah elementary northwest and western schools will send 15 students themes. from grades one through six Dowd graduated with to a Young Author's Con- honors from the Art Center terence at Spanaway Lake College of Design in Los High School May21. Angeles, and belongs to the Students selected have all Puget Sound Group of written short stories or Northwest Painters and the poems and had their work Northwest Watercolor Socie- bound into book form. The ty. ISSAQUAH GALLERY DIRECT KODAK PROCESSING PICKdJP ALSO CX STOID IN/D g ,t4OUlr OUR PlOaElSl PltOiml .... ii . RIM PHOTO SUPPLIES e ART SUPPLIES 392-4247 49 RtONT ST. N. ISQUAH, WA 98027 I I i DIET FACTS & FALLACIES BY Kathy Ebsary ARE YOU A VICTIM OF THE ,,yO.YO,, SYNDROME7 Do you feel as though you are constantly on a diet? That, you keep losing and gaining the same ten pounds? That, no matter what you do, you will never be slim? If so, you may be a victim of what has been termed the "yo-yo" syndrome. People have been dieting for years, seeking every solution imaginable to magically burn off extra pounds. Each year, BILLIONS of dollars are spent on atet pills, foods, books, magazines and exercise equipment. Unfortu- nately, few of these so- called solutions work on a permanent basis. What is the secret for success? Diet Center believes the only solution is PERMANENT WEIGHT CONTROL. You can gain this control by becoming nutritionally aware of what, and how, you eat. Stop counting calortesl Instead, ensure your body receives adequate nutrients. Follow a diet that includes fresh fruits and vegetables, lean meets, whole grains and polyunsaturated fats. CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION M-F 7 to 1,3:30 to 5:30, Set. 8 to 10 s.m. 1005 12th N.W. Issaquah L009559 Kiwanis wine tasting a Success The Kiwanis Club of Issa- quah's sixth annual wine tasting and silent auction, which was held April 9, brought in $12,000, up over $I,000 from last year's event. Auction Chairman Robert Davey was gratified with the results and the funds will benefit community programs for youth, the elderly, the handicapped, and other pro- jects. Soccer Club The Issaquah Soccer Club will hold its regular meeting May 16 at 7:30 p.m. at Gib- son Hall. Registration will be discussed. Open registration will be held May 21 from I0 a.m. to 3 p.m. and May 25 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Issaquah Valley Elementary. For more information call 392-0414. Jordan plays Charlie Brown Issaquah resident Lara Jordan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jordan, will play the part of Charlie Brown in "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown," pre- sented by the seventh grade class of Forest Ridge School The performance will be at 7:30 p.m. on May 17 in the Lee Theatre at Forest Ridge School campus. Larsen, Makatsu win $I0,000 Two Issaquah residents were big winners in the Washington state "Buried Treasure" lottery game. Christina S. Larscn and Mcrilec Makatsu, both won $10,000. They were two of 65 players in the Seattle area to win that amount. Smith, Garletts 'ugly bartenders' Donna Smith, bartender at Fasano's Restaurant, and Dee Garletts, bartender at Foothills Restaurant, are or- ganizing a local Ugly Barten- ders contest to raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Both restaurants will be hosting bar promotions for the event. For more in- formation-call 624-3025 or the restaurants. I I II I ..... . .7#  i IN ISSAQUAH '! Pzsc,E00's MEA:s Seafood * Poultry Choice Locker Beef , FRESH HOMEMADE POTATO SAUSAGE Ourown special recipe *2.29 lb. BEEF LIVER ............................ 98* lb. I FROM OUR SEAFOOD BAR: . / FRESH MEDIUM OYSTERS I0 OZ. Jar ......... 11.49 ca. HALIBUT STEAKS*3.98 lb. LOCKER BEEF: HINDQUARTERS SIDES '1.69 lb. Sl.49 it). 85 Front St. N. 392-31: Issaquah Churches Students hollo Faith United hosts musical Faith United Methodist Church invites the public to a presentation of "The Story Tellin' Man" on Sunday, May 15, at 10 a.m. at the Is- saquah Holiday Inn. The show is a musical of parables about Jesus directed toward children. It will be done by the Sonshine II Singers and the Rainbow Singers from the First Methodist Church in Belle- vue. For more information call 392-5387. Jarvi speaks at Community Baptist Carol Jarvi of Bellevue will speak at the Community Baptist Church, Issaquah May 22, at the 11 a.m. wor- ship service. Jarvi is the President of the American Baptist Board of International Ministries, which is based in Valley Forge, Penn. Jarvi will give an inspira- tional address on "The Future of International Mis- sion Work." The public is in- vited. Leslie Fletcher, a junior at Issaquah High, and Terry Shield a senior at Liberty High, were recognized as students of the month for April by the Issaquah Rotarians. Each student was selected by the faculty of the respective schools as exempli- fying "service above self," which is the Rotary motto. Fletcher was nominated for the award on the basis of a person who always follows through and gives others responsibilities and support, but checks on them. She was described as a very depend- able person. She was pre- sented by faculty member Doug Simpson. Shield was presented by the senior class adviser Wen- dy Henderson, who com- mented that the primary reason for her honor was her work as a counselor of troubled students. Hender- son commented further, "Terry has been able to make a difference in young peo- ple's lives because of her knowledge, concern, and her skills in working with peo- ple." Fletcher has served on both the sophomore and junior class councils, was in drill team for one year, and for service / ' + / / / { ........ Leslie Fletcher Terry Shield tant editor of the school newspaper and has chaired a number of all-school com- mittees. She plans to con- tinue her education after high school at a four-year univer- sity with a possible major in communications or educa- tion. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Fletcher. Shield, a daughter of Maurine McCormick, is the ASB secretary at Liberty and has served as junior class president and an ASB plan Society, service She has been drama and the education for three years. plans man College n majoring in psychology. Next month the will participate munity Awards ISSAQUAH TAXI SERVICE City Limits S_(]10 one-way d* Seattle 0nway s20 round-trip s30 Airport s20oo onw+Y s3000 round trip other rates $1.00 minium $1.00 per mile 50' extra passenger 50' per luggage piece Seniors 20% discount (10 a.m.- 4 p.m.) 392-4316 , was a two-year letter winner senator. Sheis alsoa member year from each in swimming. Sheis the assis- of Honor Society, the Thes- schools. Seniors present thriller Swedish.d An all-senior cast will pre- "underground railway for sent the annual senior play at runaway slaves during the O VOSO 8 p.m., in Issaquah High Civil War. School's LittleTheatre. Liz Henson directs the Skogsblomman "House on the Cliff" by cast, including Stacia Hinds, hold its George Batson is a thriller, MarceUa Spence, Sally Mit- Annual Swedish complete with a Mrs. chell, Anke Busch, Chris Dinner Sunday,. Danvers-type housekeeper, Mahnken, and Dan Adams. the Vasa Hall secret panel, and mysterious Shawn Hagerty is assistant Preston from' 1 visitations-- possibly related director. Adults pay $4, to a long ago excursion boat 12 and under, $2. , accident? Tickets will be available at The play takes place in, the the box office which will For more present in a house used in the open at 7:30 each evening. 232-8233. HOME & IMPROVEM Alva High Quality J AtA COMPU'[E00. GENERA]ElOPe. 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