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Page 4. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 25, 1983 Around town Students attend Kahler wins ,,ll,, .."Sh"'= news writers conference Seafirst scholarship Ben and C t00t'a Suffer celebrate Fourteen students attended Gregory Allan Kahler, a a writing workshop at senior at Issaquah High, has Mr. and Mrs. F. Ben Sut- Spanaway High School in been named one of 18 Wash- ter recently celebrated their Tacoma May 21. The ington state high school 60th wedding, anniversary workshop, sponsored by seniors to receive the Seafirst with a dinner party at the Holiday Inn in Issaquah. Pacific Lutheran University, Foundation Merit Scholar They were married at her gave the students a chance to Award. mother's home in Seattle on share stories they'd written The scholarship will pro- May 16, 1923. and listen to writer Steven vide tuition of up to $1,500 The Sutters built and Kellog, author and illustrator to be used at any accredited several times remodeled the of"Island of Skog." four year college or univer- home near Pine Lake where Students from Clark who sity in the state of Washing- they have lived all their mar- attended were Steve Weed, ton. The award is renewable ried life. They raised a family Kathryn Warnick, Ann for up to three years, provid- here. And for nearly 20 years Marie Bex, Jenpe Pierce, Jeff Nye ing the student maintains they owned and operated the Mike Miller, Becky full-time status and a grade Langhans, Jenny Lyke, Julie Jeff Nye earns point average of at least 3.25. Issaquah Feed Company, /' which has long since moved Stutznegger, .Tony Fit- Eagle Scout rank The bankreceivedover 1,100 to become part of Gilman / zgerald, Leroy Maxwell, Jeffrey G. Nye was recent- applications for the scholar- Tiffany Russell Village. - Melissa Steffes, and Carl ly awarded the highest rank ship from outstanding stu-  .\\;, Stieglitz. in scouting, Eagle Scout, at a dents throughout the state. Russell tours Both Ben and Clara Sutter :, ..... Robert Zemke from Sunset Court of Honor held at the Cohen's kids with Girls Choir are charter members of the i: Pine Lake Community Club, and Denise Johnson from Church of Jesus Christ of Tiffany Russell, resident where they contributed many .... May Valley also attended. Latter-Day Saints in Issa- sing in Seattle of Issaquah and daughter of years of service. Still active in quah. Cynthia Cohen of Issa- Chuck and Carol Russell, the club and the community o Kuntz wins Nye is a junior at Issaquah quah will appear on the will tour the East Coast this in general, Ben says he has to High who is accelerating his Children's Stage at the Seat- summer with the Seattle Girls slow down. Clara retired ...... : merit scholarship high school work and plans tie Folklife Festival in Seattle Choir. from her bookkeeping job at Issaquah resident Kristin to graduatein December and Center on Monday, May 30 During their "American age 80. Kuntz was honored by Forest enter Brigham Young at 1:30 p.m. Heritage Tour" the girls will Ben and Clara Sutter Ridge School as a Merit University after Christmas. The festival takes place perform in Boston, New Scholar for 1983. He has excelled in sports and from May 27-30 and it lea- York City, Philadelphia and firm. She was selected as a result has played football and tures arts, crafts and enter- Washington D.C. Per- Dye, a resident of Issa- vice president of testing, school records and wrestled at both the high tainment from all over the formances will begiven at St. quah, has been with Conti- Les Chan, teacher's recommendation, school and the junior high. world. Cohen and her child- P a t r i c k' s C a t h e d r a l She will enter Forest Ridge ' nental for 13 years. He is a James Hanken, Pam Bohrer as a ninth grader next fall. The rank of Eagle Scout is ren will sing. Cathedral of St. John the graduate of the University of All reside in the awarded only after cam- Bannister helps D i v i n e, t h e L i n c o I n Washington and a Certified area. Memorial, the White House pleting 21 merit badges, WSU math team Ellipse and at the July 8th :: Public Accountant.continental Mills is best Stewart first year as a Mayfest Childs completes meeting high standards of Brent Bannister, a fresh-Mariner/Orioles baseball Bohrer to tour Dancer. basic training character and leadership and man at Washington State known for its Krusteaz pan- basic training game at Memorial Stadium cake and baking mixes, but it Army National with dance troupe The Mayfest Dancers, a Richard A. Childs, son of contributing a minimum of Uni,ersity from Issaquah, in Baltimore. Pam Bohrer will tour with semi-professional dance Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. 70 hours in community ..... . ser- was a member of WSU's Following the tour, the  manufactures and distributes Daniel R. the Mayfest Dancers, and group, perform in colorful, Childs of Issaquah, has cam- vice. Nye and h]s" troop mathematics team, which girls will have a chance to un- approximately 200 different Ronald V. and Scandinavian and German a u t h e n t i c co s t u m e s pleted Air Force basic train- cleaned, repa]red" and finished 30th in this year's' wind with a visit to Disney- food products under 400 dif- dance troupe, of Pacific throughout the year in the ing school at Lackland Air straightened the headstones t  naUonal Punam Math C .... - world and Epcot Center in ferentlabels. Renton, Lutheran University, Taco- Tacoma-Seattlearea. ForceBase, Texas. at Issaquah's Hillside .. petmon. Orlando, Florida. 1 pleted b ma, from May 23 through Airman Childs will remain June 5 in the Western United Lyons vice-president at Lackland for specialized Cemetery. . Harvard won the 43rd an- Medical Instrument Jackson ne is a memoer of Scout nual event that involved 249 elects new officers Durin :States. of Double Delight training in the security police Troop 625 sponsored by the teams from the U.S. and Sapp graduates Robert Dye Issaquah resident Georgios dents re Bohrer, a junior chemistry .... ' - . f;,.I, .- .... : .... r,n^:= lssaquan reslaent Brenaa ...... Church of Jesus Christ of Canada. Other top five Brad A. Sappwillgraduate _ . . D. Tsoukalas was elected drill and and phy-,. ,,aju tt FtI,IlI v --I^ ---J --: ----." ........... Lyons was mccteu vice-pros,- _ _ _ Latter-Day Saints. His scout places were won by the Uni- from Olympia Technical Dye ViCe president president of Medical Instru- pens, m Lumeran wmverslty, Is me . , _ __r ....... McGuinness in .......... aen. ot me tastsme oouole masters have been Dr. Paul versityof Waterloo, Canada, Community College on of Continental Mills ment Services, Inc. at its an- military aaugnter or mrs uuen non .... o . , " ..... Dehghts Mothers of Twins Bellevue fair Greenlaegh, Russ Warnick, Cal Tech, Yale and Saturday, June 11. He will Robert W. Dye has been nualmeeting, May2. justice, fl rer o lssaquan ires s net Club for the 83-84 year. Issaquah artist Louise Mike Ahlstrom, and Walt Princeton. receive a Certificate of Com- promoted from controll- Also elected to the historyan ' t --- .... The club's monthly McGuinness has been select- Haag, all of lssaquah. He is Bannister is a 1982 pletion in farriery and black- er/treasurer to vice presi- Issaquah-based corporation He is I I-roll I,I1 ] meeting will be held May 23 ed to participate in the 37th the son of Fred and Jean graduate of Liberty High smithing. He is one of 235 dent-finance, at Continental were Jay McVicker, vice LibertyH I Am ...... I in the library of Highlands annual Pacific No(thwest Nye. School. graduates. Mills, a food manufacturing  , o,,...., / W .... ed i[ ] ooo0s.o: l e Psim'  ! Bel'Red Rd" Bellevue' start .... hdd in Bellevue n July 29' i ' ' :  ..... i :neg?] =. ingat 7:30p.m. 30and 31. -, :} IN ISSAQUAH Fuchsia ::==":'- Pets in e I e've Mov Since1910 "Wi, The biggest selec JIO--?..'.F..t t-'f],` Tbe''n"e""' // Evelyn Cfflng's ,'1 CREEKSIDE! I1 rzsFn=a'00 MT ! Rental Fuchsia Trees i i_______:..-  ,,,-.H,q I | Groominoandbathlngwl I EMRIC]  I " All Breeds Dogs&Cats I I Dr. Jerry W. Mitchell, o os.,s [ g:=:::::::::::::= Seafood, Poultry l FUCHSIAS & B! I IOOMUMF! I I 11" " ! PersonalizedServlce I I I _ ,,.Choice LockerBeef . 7303Renton-IsaaquahR I RECYt00LING[ IIl"k%e/:l " No Tranquilizers II Creekside II MEMORIALDAYSPECIALSI ! I CE.,TER [ [ 1295 N.W. 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Sunset Way, Isssqush, WA 392-8000 TRADE INTERNATIONAL OF ISSAQUAH, INC, d/bl, MING'S I FREE 2 Ibs of rhubarb (whel od presented at Remlinger Farms) ursery Specials Landscaping Rhodles U-Dig, Bring your own contolners Large Giant Roses, 2 gal. Reg. 6.99 All Cedar Bolted Picnic Tables, 4 st. All Cedar Planter Boxes 5.00 10.00 4.88 Top quality . vegetable and bedding plants available All Items subject to supply Act eflect ve Oats 5125/83 to 5131/83 I mile sOUth of Camotlon on NE 32nd 333-4135 ,o,. o,, "" Remllnger Nursery open 9 a,m.-5 p.m. everycloy Your comDlete fresh fruit & veletable markpt I I I l ;:J}l %