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E Rick Ryerson 417 Bellevue Way S.E. 455-2269 Age: 36, 5 feet, 10 inches, brown hair, green eyes Rick is a businessman with the soul of an artist and adventurer• He left his native Madison, Wisconsin to go to school at Seattle's Cornish Institute, a school devoted to the arts. He studied music and flimmaking, but in the recession years of the early 70's, he turned to insurance sales to make a living. For two years he worked for Allstate, then started his own real estate investment company. He now has his own construction and development company and is building "'lssaquah Park Plaza," right next door to the Holiday Inn. It will be Issaquah's largest business and office complex. Rick's special interests include photography, especially taking pictures of friends at weddings and parties• He does a lot of skiing and has taught at Steven's Pass for 12 years. He also loves to travel. His jaunts range from short trips to the old hotel at Roche Harbor in the San Juans, a three-day river rafting trip in Oregon and skin diving in the Carri- bean. A date with Rick might include dinner out at Rosellini's Other Place in Seattle or Friday's in Factoria. His date should have a good self image, be involved in a career and have what he calls "a spiritual side" -- someone who gives to the community. Howard Cangl 1724 223 Ave. S.E., 392-0299 Age: 34, 6 feet, 4 inches, brown hair, blue eyes He's been treated as a celebrity for about three years and enjoyed it when ladies ask for his autograph, never letting on that he's not the man they all think he is. Then, in April, a panel of very selective judges blew his cover, and voted Howard the closest Iookalike to Tom Selleck in the Seattle area. Howard, in true Selleck style, was quite taken aback by the honor, but it hasn't won him any lifetime movie con- tracts. • He lives in the house he built on the Pine Lake Plateau and commutes to Seattle, where he has worked for the past 12 years as a firefighter. He loves the challenge of his work, and especially the schedule, which allows him to do other things he enjoys, like flying airplanes, skiing and wood- working. Howard was brought up in Wyoming and lived in Alaska and Arizona. Those are all places he likes to return to on occasional junkets in a rented airplane. A woman he dates should also enjoy traveling. She should be a spontaneous kind of person who wouldn't need three weeks to plan an outing. But, if she is also an in- dependent type, Howard would appreciate that, and un- derstand arranging time together might take more than one phone call. CHALLENGE YOURSELF! New Bodies Now Available at Alpine Fitness Now Open In North Bend... just 10 minutes from Issaquah! Slim Down For Summer Now And Have Fun Doing It! SPECIALIZING IN: . WEIGHT REDUCTION . BODY TONING . AEROBIC DANCE . JAZZERCISE . NUTRITIONAL COUNSELING . FLEXIBILITY&COORDINATION . WEIGHTTRAINING At ALPINE FITNESS FOR WOMEN, We Undemtand That Weight Loss Does Not Come With The Wave Of A Magic Wand. Getting In Shape And Staying In Shape Takes A Special Attitude. If You Have The Desire To Improve, We Will Give You The Individual Help And Support You Need To Reach Your Goals And Feel Great! Mike Sekyra 840 3rd Ave. N.W. Apt. 2, 392-4009 Age: 36, 6 feet, black hair, hazel eyes Mike has worked out a way of life that combines two things he really loves to do -- helping people and being outside. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. everyday, he is a residential landscaper. When day is done, he stashes his boots, changes his clothes and sits down with a client as a business counselor. • He started his consulting business because he believes he can make a success out of anyone. His approach is pro- viding a step-by-step method in simple conversation over his kitchen table. He does save time for doing the things he loves, like trout fishing, camping and hiking. When it rains, he searches out old movies. A couple of his favorite actors are Gary Cooper and Cene Arthur. Quiet conversation is his way of getting acquainted with someone, and he says doing that over a cup of coffee is a good place to start. But that wouldn't qualify as a date. For the formal rendezvous, he's got a few favorite restaurants picked out, like Bush Gardens in Seattle or Domani's in Bellevue. He says he likes women whose weight is proportionate to their height, and preferably someone who keeps fit. Dur- ing that dinner out, he hopes his date would have plenty of her own ideas to bring to the conversation. _j o r i i e n o e CHEVEU: A simple name for extraordinan/talent. • Jori & Terri are back in Issaquah feeling more creative than ever For all of your hair care needs, pleose drop in or coil for on appointment, 392-4900 640 NW. Locust Next to the Hi-LO S, ,opt, ....  ,'',,er i i Don't Cook Tonight, Try Ellen's Delight Some of our dinners this week will be: WED.-- Pasta with White & Red Clam Sauce 6.25 Meat Rollups 5.95 THURS.-- Chicken in Onmge Wine Sauce 7.25 Sweet and Sour Pork 6.'/5 FRI.-- Sherried Beef and Spinach 6.95 Chef's Choice SAT.- Chicken Cacciatore 6.95 Chef's ChoKe Call for Sunday, Monday & Tuesday Menu Speciab Original Ellen's Call for reservations please Gilman Village 392-1209 Jerry Bishop 1045 12th N.W.., Suite F-3, 392-PETS Age: 36, 6 feet, strawberry blond hair, blue eyes Jerry was born and bred in Couer D'Alene, but crossed the border to go to veterinary school at Washington State University, where he gradauted in 1971. After working for several years for other vets, Jerry gained some local fame for starting Seattle's first emergency hospital for animals. He later sold the business, worked at Alpine Veterinary Hospital in lssaquah for a few years,,and just started his own All Critters Animal Hospital. Of course he has pets, all sickly creatures he brought back to health -- two nice gray cats, one mean Amazon parrot and one sociable cockatoo who likes to watch IV with him. Jerry plays bass guitar in a semi professional band called The Famous Nameless Band, which plays 50's rock 'n roll and country western music. He lives with a roommate in a house they have dubbed "Signa Phi Nothing." A loosely- organized group of Eastside friends calling themselves the Fraternity of Friends Fostering Fun and Frivoloty get together for volleyball games in winter and softball in summer. In their first softball game, all play was halted when the score hit 45-0. The FFFFF team is improving, however. Jerry likes outdoorsy women who wouldn't flinch at the prospect of a week-long rafting trip down the Grand Ca- nyon. i • Eric Crispin 4530144th S.E., BeUevue, 641-5831 Age: 26, 5 feet, 11 inches, brown hair, brown eyes Eric is going full-tilt, devouring the joys of life, after be- ing trapped in a time warp for three ,ears. He just got out of the Navy three months ago. Born in Portland, Eric spent 12 years there, six years in Chicago, five years locally and three years with Uncle Sam. During his hitch with the Navy, he was a nuclear systems welder, an exacting skill he has put to good use as a custom car builder. Along with partner and fellow bachelor Casey Graham, Eric turns out replica masterpieces of classic popular cars and is assembling a 1956-57 Jaguar, a sports legend. Away from cars, Eric enjoys a cruise in his powerboat, waterski- ing, scuba diving and snow skiing. Eric would enjoy taking his date to places he's never been: an interesting show, an unusual reslaurant on a side street and finally, a couple of out-of-the-way nightclubs. "Funky, but not quite dives, yet,'" qualifies Eric. "A woman must be able to deal with my total craziness," insists Eric. That translates into someone who does not have to be overly pampered and independent by her own standards. She should be a sports-r, tinded, adventurous type, willing to take the plunge, rath,r than remain in the boat. Adds Eric, "Sdmeone not worried about breaking a fingernail." Making up for lost time means life in the fast lane. The faint ot heart need not apply. Ike-r Male Wanted • a t, beach walks, basket- Active, pretty, warm, full of ball, boating, cooking together, fun, professional woman, 29, Christmas, dancing, dining, fishing, evenings by the fire, football, concerts, live theatre, movies, parties, music 6f all kinds, traveling & picnics. Do you? Prefer tall man over 45, with sense of humor. Write to P.O. Box HH-S Issaquah, WA 98027. looking for a special man who's not afraid to love, laugh, travel, ski, sail, and go for it in life. Write 14605 N.E. 30th PI. No• B, Bellevue, WA 98007. Are you seeking a pretty, slender woman, 33, no children, who is open-minded & pro- gressive but also old-fashioned with a strong need to nurture & love? I prefer a man like myself -- intelligent, mature, sensitive & emotional with a positive, unselfish, energetic outlook, a love for mankind, & an an abili- ty to communicate openly. Write Susan, c/o IATC, P.O. Box 351, Issaquah 98027. People who interest me: Ver- di, Villa Lobos, Dostoievsky, Bradbury, Jesus, Truman, Beard, Schultz. Interested? Write Joan, 24131 S.E. 167th, Issaquah, WA 98027. We want someone like Ray DiLauro. L.B., G.F., D.L.I.L. COFFEE SHOP, DINING ROOM AND LOUNGE Cultural Event of the Season! GREASED PIG CATCHING CONTEST FOR M.S. Saturday, May 28, 2 p.m. in the field ajacent to Hi-Lo Shopping Center, on Gilman Blvd. See Jackle and Mike Fasano, Head waitress Made Febus, Ugly Donna, Becky Lopez, Pam Robertson, Gary Hamilton, Karl Nordin, Bob Sar. biewski, and other local cultural types catch the greasy little piggies to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis. $1 donation to M.S. for admission to this glorious event. FASHION SHOW BY PATRICIA'S Friday, May 27, 6:15 in the lounge & dining room Joe Haws • 715 W. Wheeler, Seattle, 622-9353 Age: 23, S feet, 10 inches, blond hair, brown eyes Be prepared to draw on your last reserves of energy to keep up with Joe Haws. When we talked to him last week, he'd just finished working his 65th day in a row. He has not one, but two full time jobs, as a cook at Swannies in Pioneer Square and at the Holiday Inn of Issacluah. He figures he'll have to keep up tile pace for another six mon- ths to raise enough money for the Honda 750 Shadow he wants to buy along with lots of new clothes. Joe grew up in Queen Anne in Seattle, where he still lives. He earned an Associate Arts cleee in cu|ina arts a Seattle Central Community College; At Swannies, where Seattle's professional athletes and fans hang out, he makes a mean beef stroganoff and barbequed ribs. At the Holiday Inn, he recommends his prime rib and stir frys. Joe is pure city boy and a night out could easily stretch into dawn. He might take a date out to bear Swannies" stand-up comedians -- laughing together is a good way to • break the ice, he says. He's also a sports fan and gets free tickets for great seats at the Sonics, Mariners and Seahawks games. He also likes to go out dancing. Strong, energetic women who think positive appeal to Joe. He may be hard to track down with his schedule, however. You'll be sure to lind him at the Holiday Inn bachelor party though -- he'll be cooking all the goodies. We've Got A New Mower That W,II Cut Any Lawn Down To Size" ! 19" or 21" Push or Self Propelled. FEATURES: Rear wheel drive can be engaged without • O.H.V. Engine For More Power& the blade. Efficiency Rear bag is easy to attach • Self Propelled Model is and remove. Shaft Driven • All With CDI Ignition For No Maintenance • Exclusive Roto stop TM System stops Blade rot • Steel Decks Honda Automatic Decompression easy- start system. Ball-bear ing-supgored crankshaft on both sides for loner life. Quiet Honda 4hp engine with cast-iron cy,mder sleeve Overhead valve engme de!ivers maximum performance whfe us, rig consJderably !ess gas and oil When bag is removed, discharge door shuts automatical ly. \\; \\; \\; RotoStop TM lever. Remote throttle, choke and stop control. control wires sealed. . Two speed shift lever. Large diameter wteelS with rubber tires. 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