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",:iZ:i!iiiii!!: f "!iill Robert E. Lee 2540 215th S.E., 392-5866 Age: 23, 6 feet, brown hair, blue eyes In a relaxed and quietly confident manner, the man with the famous name knows where he is going and has eight different ways -- that is, eight different cars -- to help him get there. He is most proud of his completely restored '65 Mustang hardtop, amuch sought-after modern classic. He was born in Prosser, Wash., but has lived most of his life on the Plateau and graduated from Issaquah High in 1978. He had worked at Data I/O for more than a year when he was laid off along with many others. Now he is finishing intensive courses in auto parts technology at Ren- ton Vocational Technical School and interviewing with several auto dealerships. He will graduate in June. Besides cars, he enjoys fishing, camping, hiking and of course, partying! An ideal date might be dinner out at a nice restaurant, followed by a movie and a walk along the beach until sunrise. Robert's date should share his interests in cars and the outdoors. She should also know where she's going in life -- "no space cadets." m i r Fr Ken Buckley 14925 Cedar Grove Rd., 392-4379 Age: 30, 6 feet, sandy hair, blue eyes While some men are just "plain nuts," Ken is a "plane nut" and would love to take a friend flying to share in his enjoyment. An enthusiastic sort, Ken was born in Renton and raised in this area, graduating from Issaquah High School in 1972. Not only can Ken fly'em, he can fix'era too. He got his Air- frame and Powerplant license from Cloverpark Vocational Technical Institute in 1975. He has worked in the aircraft industry since 1975, three years with Sky Service and four years with Boeing, before the all-too-familiar layoff. He is Iocksmithing with Lee's Keys in Renton. Ken's number one pasttime is airplanes and in addition to his A and P license, he has a commercial pilot's license. He also enjoys watersports and does a little fishing. An ideal date for Ken would begin with a scenic flight around Seattle, followed by dinner at a small local airfield. When it comes to women, he is not picky. He would like a woman whose weight is proportionate to her height and someone who is independent, willing to experience new things and think for herself. 00hairtccs" ,,,.,. j' PREPARE YOURSELF FOR THE '8t00 6402 E. Lake Sammamlah S.E. Issaquah Monday-Saturday 392-0503 i Shape Up Slim -- Down GUARANTEED RESULTS Aerobics Inexpensive Programs No Contracts Easy To Live With Diets Advanced/Maternity Programs FACTORIA LOEHMANN'S PLAZA 643 5259 Sat. 9-3 " 3700-A 12Sth Ave. S.E. Bellevue ii Steve Harrop 4635 W. Lake Sammamish Rd. S.E., 641-9673 Age: 31, 6 feet, red hair, green eyes Pulling an impacted wisdom tooth with a grip like Steve's should pose no problem. His handshake would bring an arm-wrestler to his knees. It is apparent the good doctor is in extraordinary shape, doing wondrous athletic feats when he isn't perched on a dental stool. Steve was born in Boise, Idaho, grew up in the Tri-Cities area and majored in pre-dentistry at Washington State University. He received his license to practice dentistry from the University of Washington and he has specialized in family dentistry in Issaquah for the past five years. Steve competes in triathalons, a punishing competition combining running, bicycling and swimming. He says he really enjoys setting goals and meeting them. Almost every weekend, Steve can be found competing in road races of varying lengths. He also loves snow skiing and is a member of the Alpental Ski Patrol. The perfect date for Steve is not going outbut coming in. He enjoys inviting dates to his home where he can cook for them in a relaxed atmosphere. His ideal woman would be active, athletic, have multiple interests, be independent and secure. 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GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE AT ANY ONE OF OUR SALONS NAIL ME IN BELLEVUE, 11107 N.E. 8th, 453-8226 Bob Hoglum 930 Sunrise Place S.W., 392-8272 Age: 25, 6 feet, 1 inch, brown hair, brown eyes A date who walks into Bob's living room shouldn't be too shocked to see at least one and maybe two saddles as part of the decor. He rides his Arab as often as he can on the trails of Tiger and Cougar Mountains. He's a bit wary of his horse lately -- on a recent ride on the John Wayne Pioneer Trail, it was spooked, jumped off an embankment and rolled right over him. Bob grew up in the Longview-Kelso area of Washington and was a camp counselor at a YMCA summer camp on what used to be Spirit Lake on Mt. St. Helens. He hasn't been back since the mountain blew and Spirit Lake was covered with tons of mud. "1 have no desire to see it the way it is now," he admits. He was a school bus driver right after he graduated from high school and also worked as a bus mechanic. After school budget cutbacks, he was laid off and eventually found his way to the Lutheran Bible Institute, where he's worked for nearly three years as a maintenance engineer. Bob is looking for a woman who enjoys outdoorsy things, going to see a fun movie like "Arthur" and having a nice dinner out. Looks don't matter much --it's more im- portant to have someone he can talk to. Randy EIIwanger 340 Mr. Olympus Dr. S.W., 392-4547 Age: 24, 6 feet, 6 inches, brown hair, brown eyes As a bartender at the Gaslamp Tavern, Randy is nice enough to pour your favorite brew and want to get to know you better, ff you get rowdy, however, he's big enough to hoist you up and bounce you out. Randy was born in Aberdeen, and was raised in Port Townsend and Issaquah. He attended Gray's Harbor Com- munity College and Western Washington University, majoring in business. Randy hopes for a career in public service and will be interviewing and testing with many police departments. Athletically-minded, Randy loves racquetball, basket- ball, hunting, fishing, bicycling, auto rallying and all kinds of music. He breaks his ideal date in separate categories. If his date is athletic and active, then a nice bike ride with a picnic would be fun. If she is more sedate, then going out to din- ner, followed by enjoying the live sounds of a good local band would be perfect. Randy admits he loves blondes, but also has kind things to say for brunettes with big eyes. His date would have to be at least medium height or she would have a sore neck looking up at him. John Grant Llewellyn 4422 Latona Ave. N.E. Seattle, 634-3164 Age: 30, 5 feet, 7 inches, brown hair, hazel eyes. John can escort a computer-hater around a small high tech firm and generate genuine enthusiasm from the visitor. He has an ability to talk to anyone and a real love for his work. John is a sales representative for D.K. Hokanson, an Issa- quah firm which manufactures medical testing equipment. He has also been a chemist for Rainier Brewery and is a trained zoologist. On his own time, John admits he is a "'closet brewer" and because of his beer hobby, is also a runner. It counteracts the results of home brewing, he admits. He is also an avid sailor who enjoys weekends exploring the Puget Sound coastline. With a date, he says he's up for doing anything once. Since he's intrigued with the idea of skydiving, John might be tempted to try that with a new date. But if she was less than enthusiastic about jumping from an airplane, he would go to an art gallery. John isn't attracted to women who look like something from Vogue magazine. He is very interested in someone who takes the initiative to call him up for a date. You are invited to meet the Bachelors of Issaquah in the lounge Thursday, June 2, 8:00 p.m. Complimentary hors d'oeuvres ring a friend! _ive music for listening and dancing Exit 15 off 1-90 OF ISSAQU AH 392-6421 Live music in the lounge every week Tues., Wed., Thurs. 8 p.m.- 12:30 a.m. Friday & Saturday 9 p.m. -- 1:30 a.m.