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May 25, 1983

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Page 10 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 25, 1983 Calling all Community Leaders, Business People, and Caring Citizens to a Seek Unique Seminar (Up with Issaquah!) with Chuck Langlois, community motivator Friday, June 3 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Issaquah Holiday Inn el2 per person (includes registtion, lunch and coflee breaks) -4 Tentative Program t- 8:30 Registration 9:00 "Seek Unique" and how it can benefit each of us 11:00 Idea Brainstorming 12:00 Lunch 1:00 a) Idea expansion b) 2:30 Break 3:00 of Committees 3:30 Answers 8100ING.. Beautification -- Historical Preservation --Marketing Improvement Pr0jects .- New Projects BE PREPARED TO SEE YOUR ..... , . , 9 5 "Seek Unique sponsored by The Issaquah Press the Citizen Advisory SSmlSm liit|illiiJlltilil|ililllilllilllili Ill|llililillilllll i iilllliil ialDlll I care about Issaquah and want to, help promote it as a special community. Save me a place at the seminary r r servtce club o, Across from Albertson's & Ernst bl/(OUflT flPPL 4608 N.E. SUNSET BL' / . i.li i  ' i dae for $12 Police and fire i i Ultralite crash Maynard Graves, a Red- ing curve. She hit with the mond resident, walked away animal broadside, causing uninjured from his damaged minor damage to her vehicle. ultralite aircraft after it The deer took off and was crashed in a field near Ingle- never found. Dickson was wood Hill Road on Saturday. uninjured. Graves' plane lost power and he was forced to make an Saws stolen emergency landing. Two power saws worth more than $275 were stolen DWI from James Connors of 368 Merritt Oelrich of 120 Mt. S.E. Darst Street last week. Olympus Drive was arrested Both were 27-inch Me- for drunk driving on Capella Culloch saws, one was Drive last weekend, yellow, the other red. Loan car stolen Sick Infant Connie Lamb of 70 I st lssaquah firefighters rush- Place lost a car she borrowed ed to Issaquah Rexall on from Sunset Auto.on Satur- Saturday after an employee day, when she parked it in called to report Heather front of her home. The 1973 Strnard vomiting violently in Opel was stolen by someone the store. The eight month who used a tool to start it old girl was taken to because Lamb had the keys OverlakeHospital for tests. in her possession. Police are 10-foot drop investigating. Issaquah fire fighters Deer hit assisted Don Raybuck of 225 Issaquah resident Jacque- Mt. Olympus Drive after he line Dickson was driving felloff a 10-foot ladder at his down Newport Way on Sun- home on Saturday. Raybuck day when a deer bolted out complained of back pain but into the road near the Picker- was not seriously injured. Obituaries w-.. i H i Jessica Frisvold Home. The service was of- A memorial service for ficiated by Dr. Melvin Tay- Jessica Frisvold, infant lor. Private cremation daughter of Steven and Mary followed. He died at home Frisvold, of lssaquah, was on Thursday, May 19. held May 24 at Renton He was born October 9, Lutheran Church. The set- 1915 in Bowling Green, Mis- vice was officiated by Pastor souri, where he graduated Martha L. Meyers. Private from high school before cremation was arranged by entering the University of Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Omaha. He spent all of his Home. She died at Overlake adult life in the Portland and Memorial Hospital in Seattle areas. He served in Bellevue on Monday, May 1. the United States Army dur- She is survived by her ing World War II. Philip father and mother, Steven worked as manufacturers and Mary Frisvoid, one agent for Representatives brother Jens, of lssaquah, Northwest until his semi-re- her paternal grandparents, tirement early last year. He Francis and Norma Frisvold moved to Maple Valley in the and her maternal grand- summer of 1978 and was a parents Wayne and Ruth member of the Pick and Purcell, all of Renton. Re- Shovel Club of Maple Valley. membrances may be made to He is survived by his wife, Children's Orthopedic Susan, three sons, Bryan, Hospital. Eric and Mark, one Philip V. Rodgers daughter, Linda Rodgers A funeralservice for Philip Harder, of Sun Valley, V. Rodgers, 67, of Maple Idaho, and one brother, Don Valley was held May 23, at Rodgers of Washington, Fiintoft's lssaquah Funeral D.C. i i BULB SALE Ed Hu__._me " Dahhas *Finest Northwest Varieties *Large selection ..99 f Gladiolas 2/20* Reg. 20" each Plant now for summer bloom Shady area? Rhododendrons s3'5 and up Camellias s65 and up Fatsia 5gal s13'5 Skimmia Sale1 gal. El" Lily o; he Valley Shrub 1 gel s3'=' tJ: Sunny spot? Raphiolepsis $4" Hydrangeas Budded $6 .5 Escallonia soong, 5 gel s12" Kinnikinnick 1 ga,. *3 .5 Choisya Mexican Orange, 1 gal. $3'5 FIIR$ ' NURSERY oPEN ALL wEEKEN D HI.LO CENTER Mon..Sat. O.e ISlUtQUAH Sunday 10.8 392.7667 SI./E.N F.N2650F First local tour feazures six unique homes Six gracious homes set in flair, is the tour's 1917 the natural rural beauty of restored farm house. Vic- the Pine Lake Plateau will be torian furnishings are in the open for viewing on Friday, parlor and dining room, and June 10, during the first Pine Lake Home ahd Garden Tour. Three lakefront homes, a 1917 restored farm house, an equestrian farm, and a Japanese tea garden will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are $6 per person. The Lake Sammamish home on the tour features a three-story contemporary designed by its owners to fit a difficult building lot. The steep slope leads to a ravine and a railroad line before reaching its rocky shore. The owner, a wood sign crafts- man, built an 80-foot bridge to traverse the ravine for easy access to a custom dock. The redwood-sided home has ex- tensive redwood trim inside as well. Special features in- clude a two-story fireplace faced with travertine marble and framed with beveled mir- ror and redwood strips. An 8-foot tall art deco style oval mirror with floral etchings hangs in the stairwell, and cabinets of Formica with oak trim are unique to the kit- chen. The Pine Lake waterfront home is a 6-year-old North- west traditional. Its design offers exceptional use of space, including a firepole from the children's play area upstairs to the lower-level kitchen and cookie jar. The master bedroom offers a balcony view of the sunken living room. An elevated tub in the master bath overlooks the lake. A large deck and an expansive lawn reach toward the iakeshore where the fami- ly's floating gazebo is moored. The Home Tour's third waterfront home is on Beaver Lake. The two-story Meditteranean sits on two acres of serenity. This home, with its high ceilings and huge rooms, was made for entertaining. Residents and guests enjoy a picture-frame view to a sweeping lawn and the lake's quiet shore. A 'doll house' of a home, decorated with a country the kitchen looks more like a general store. The family room has barn-board siding and the downstairs bath is turn-of-the-century. Three upstairs bedrooms complete the 1500-square-foot doll house. Once part of a 10-acre farm, the home sits among 55-year-old lilacs and walnut equestrian-orientS' dances on the pin Plateau. This one* anal house is secludO tall evergreens that to open pastures, horse barns and bri The house is natal spacious rooms, in formal living ant room and master combined with sittinl and office. Front an patios and a deck of ft and almond trees, room encourage 0 A hostess in kimono will leisure. It is here th; present the traditions and participants may legends of her Japanese tea lightlunch for$2. garden in the Home Tour's fifth stop. A Kokoro house, Tickets for the t0gr carved stone statues and a bought in advanc small waterfall spilling into a lssaquah Press,  pond are highlights of the Street South. Tick garden. An offset hand- also be available ont crafted bridge leads to a at the Pine Lake C0 planted garden island in the Club. Groups of 20 pond. The homeowners may purchase tick! ! began creating their garden each. Only 500 tick only three years ago. It now available. has many traditional This is a dri ve'yl Japanese flowers and shrubs tour. Participants  in bloom along the gravel asked to remove thd paths, before entering each "Frog Hollow Farm" is Allow about three  typical of the many complete thetour.. L South End May Valley'Maple Hills.BriarVI Roxaine Reynolds (255-58q| Serve "Techool children..| for scho o!. Ti 26 being offered on "JI cheon in honor of the day afternoons froi school's teachers. Parents are also invited on that day to visit any classroom. Many re- quests had been received by the school office about students' placement and pro- gram options for 1983-84 school year, so the staff decided to offer the "Classroom Visitation Day." Apollo Elementary School Principal Tina Butt is con- ducting a three-week workshop for parents with 3:15. The first class .! 18. The two a ddl,1 classes are on MaY ! June 1. Parents Wb! children who will eat]l dergarten in anothetT are welcome to atta[ On June 2, | students will particiPall[ "Walk-a-thon" fro I:[ 3:15 at the school, WE'VE MOVED! Dr. Edwin W. Mitchell, o os,s Suite C 600 N.W. 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