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DR. W. J. McKENZIE Member of Washington Optometric Assn. SERVICES AVAILABLE Eye Examinations Prescription Hearln9 Glasses Contact Lenses Prescription of Lenses Modern Eye Wear Repairs And Adustments FRIDAY EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT BELLEVUE SQUARE Next to The Theatre 4-5773 School Athleti, Awards Handed out at Dinner Athletic inspirational awards Inspirational awards went to were distributed to eight patti- Steve Anderson in baseball, cipants and letters to 165 as Terri McLean in tennis, Bob Issaquah High School held its Foster in gymnastics, Bryan a~hletic honors banquet Satur- Maybee in track, Dick Munro day night. The presentations in wrestling, Dan Bass in bas- followed a talk by Dr. Eric ketball, ~Dan Bass in football Hughes, gymnastics coach at and Gerri Bentley in girls orb- the University of Washington. letics. Retiring Student Body Pres- Coaches distributed letters ident Alan Scott presided. Con- to these and others as follows: rad Bagne, new president, wel- Leo Hutchins, in baseball, corned the guests. The Rev. Tom Adams, Chuck Dory, Gene R. D. Scott offered prayer. Also Griffin, Don Grimm, Joe Hos- taking part were Superintendent kins, John Kazlarich, JodyLln- T. R. Deering and Principal quiet, Rich Montreufl, JimNel- C. M. Fallstron, who intro- duced the speaker. son, Mike Nugent, Dave Powers and managers Mick Santa, Gary Vasil and Ron Walker. Bob White, in tennis, Roger Anderson, jan Baker, Llnda Baker, Dan Bass, Tom Graves, Kathy Nikko and Bill Wressell. Charles Denny, in gym- nastics, to Dick Freheit, Bob Graft, Gary Harpel, john Mor- gan and Roger Trudeau and ISsAQUAH PRESS I 0 Issaqua~, Washington Thursday, May'S0, 1963 Local Man There for Cooper Catch jim M. Johnson, interior communications e i e c t r i c i a n fireman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. johnson of 16538 Southeast 45th, Issaquah, was in the Pacific aboard the destroyer tender USS Piedmont while she was part of the Pro- ject Mercury recovery force this month. The Piedmont was part of a huge network of ships and shore stations spread across the Pa- cific for the re-entry of Astro- naut L. Gordon Cooper after his 22 orbits of the earth. The Piedmont serviced the 12 destroyers assigned to the recovery force. She is equipped to handle most major repairs on destroyers without benefit of shipyards. ~ : 7: .... ?i !;~ii/i~i~/~ ~i :, !i ill : i)[/(/ ([ WHOLE BODIED POUND CUT - POUND HENRY HOUSE BONELESS '/2 or WHOLE MILWAUKEE BRAND Sports Cars manager Ken Worrello Show 2 Days JuN o. HIGH TRACKMEN--lssaquah's I Larry Galloway and Wally FINEST Soland, in track, to Ron Carl- South County champion track team in- son, Frank DeLeo, Tom Dev- At Raceways cludes, from left, front, Ken Maynard, MEATS I fin, Vic Eaton, Bill Hare, Gary ANYWHEREII Jones, AI Klepaczyk, Bob Ko- bar. Steve Luck, Dick Munro, More than 150 of the top ears 'Bob Brodel, Dave Dalbotten, Jim Kriner, Jerry Nickel, A1 Scott, .Ion and drivers fromnineWestern Steve Olson, Bob Ames, Dale Lit+rell, ACME | Sorenson, Jeff Stewart, john states are expeeted at Paeifie Ulrich, Pete Wagner and man- Raceways Saturday and Sun- al championships have at- BRAND I agers Ed Bond, Bob Laprath, day for the Sports Car Club of tracted a strong field of entries Ken L,ougee, Steve Montgomery, America's West Coast cha/n- inaLlsports-earclasseshecause BIll Sherrill and Bob Wheeler. pionship sports-car competi- no driver who has a chance of tion. winning Western honors can U: $, CHOICE POUND POUND Roger Wilson, in wrestling, to Tony Bryan, Clayton Carl- son, John Emrick, Bob Kober, Bill Krelger, Bryan Maybee, Dave Moffat, John Pedeferrl, Jon Sorenson, Dan Tare, Ray Woodslde and manager Jack Dando. Wally Soland, Larry Gallo- way and Bob Whlte, in bas- ketball, to Tom Adams, Vlc Eaton, Lyle Price, GlennWade, Russ Fish, Bill Wres~ll, Wayne Brokaw, Steve Ander- son and managers Dave Bur- dick, and John D. Williams. Mrs. Charlotte Bottoms, in girls athletics to NancyAdams, Sandl Ames, Arlene Anderson, JoAnn Bialek, Linda Brown, Merge Busby, Margie Cantrill, Leslie Darst, Janet Devlln, Danella Donlan, Rozann Era- rick, Ester Erickson, Nancy Garner, Judy Holder, Caron MacLane, Pare Mygren, Pare Quandt, Jill Stepp, Terry Sweeney, Shirley Sebastian, Donna Tlbbetts, Val Varney and Lisa Wyatt. George Nowadnick, Soland, White and Hutchins. in football, to Tom Adams. Steve Ander- son. Dave Baugh, Steve Bur- dick, Jim Butcher, Frank De- Leo, Tom Devlin, Chuck Doty, Vic Eaton, Bob Foster. Gene Griffin, Don Grimm. Bill Hare, Rik Holley, Alan Klepaczyk. Bill Krieger, Dick Munro, jim! Nel- son. john Pedeferri. Stu Per- son, Jeff Stewart, Pete Wag- ner and to managers Gary AI- I I U I I I /- // drive 100,000 miles a week Day in and day out, Puget Power's 560 trucks and cars are on the road helping bring you better service. Last year our vehicles rolled up approximately 5,200,000 miles in this never-ending job of supplying you with dependable low- cost electricity. PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Dick Foley, Dave Baugh, Dennle Gra- ham, Larry Hyaft, and managers Larry Broneman, Mike Trainer and Mike Calf- man. Standing, coaches Roger Wilson and Don Hayes, Roy Duncan, John Rich- ardson, Grecj Burnham, Dave Peterson, Tom Boyden, puch, Dave Anderson, Chuck Robbins, Lloyd O'Dell and Am The weekend of racing at the 2.25-mile track east of Kent is expected to be second only to the international Northwest Grand Prix to be run in late September. Saturday's program will in- clude both practice sessions and regular races. Competi. tion driving for SCCA hardware and Western division points will get under way at 12:30 Sunday aRernoon. Auto-racing fans are assured of seeing a minimum of three first-place class winners of the recent Sebring 12-Hour race in action. Lou Spencer from Hollywood, Ed Leslie from Monterey with the world's fastest Formula Junior car, and Don Wester, also from Holly- wood, have preregistered for the Northwest event. The SCCA Western division- afford to miss a single race. The Pacific Raceways two- dayer is the fiRh in a series that has included events at Tuscon, Delmar and the River- side course in Southern California. FOOD 2 ON CLINIC BOARD David Ellsworth, Bellevue, manager of Crossroads Branch, Seattle Trust and Savings Bank, and Seymour Kaplan, Mercer Island, Pacific Northwest Re- ginal Director, Educational Di- vision, B'nsl B'rith, and state P-TA chairman of international and human relations commit- tee, have been elected to the Board of Trustees of the East Side Community Psychiatric Clinic, Inc., Mrs. Robert Cash- el, Bothell, clinlc chairman, said today. TENDER EARS! CHECK OUR PRICES AND SAVE EVERYDAY! Junior High Panthers South County Track Champs Grossing 123 points Issaquah Junior High Panthers won the South County track meet and championship for the second time in two years. The victory followed wins in one dual and bright, Ray Olding, Evans Pas- chal, Robert Wheeler, and Leigh Wilson. REACHES GERMANY SPANGDAHLEM AB, Ger- many -- Airman Third Class Richard R. Goben of Issaquah, has arrived here for assign- ment with the United States Air Force. Airman Goben, a flight op- eratlons specialist, formerly was stationed with the 84th Fighter Group at Spokane. The airman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth j. Goben of Is- saquah, is a graduate of Is- saquah High School. He at- tended Eastern Washington State College, Central Wash- lngton College of Education and Skagit College, Mount Vernon, Wash. BIBLE SCHOOL SET four triangular meets to make a perfect season record. Tallies for the other schools in the championship meet were: South Mercer Island 60 and , North Mercer Island 58 and , Foster 49, Lakota 48 and Mount Si 21 and . Steve Olson picked up third place in the 50 as Issaquah be- gan its victory tally. Dale Lit- trell and Bob Ames took first and fifth in the 100 and first and third in the 180 Dick Currie, Larry Hyatt and Jim Kriner won the 300-yard shuttle hurdles Dave Baugh got in a three-way tie for second in the 100-yard low hurdles while Jim Kriner was picking up sixth. Dick Foley, Dennie Graham, Phil Davis and Steve Olson won the 440-relay in the record time of 48 seconds. Bob Brodel and David Dalbotten were third and fourth in the 880-yard run. Foley, Graham, Davis and Baugh came in first in the 880- relay but were disqualified for leaving their lane. John Richardson tied for first in the high jump while A vacation Bible school has Chuck Olson and Tom Boyden been set for June 10 through were winning second and fifth June 20, Saturday and Sunday in theshot excepted, by the High Point It was Littrell, Russ Olsen Baptist Church, Mrs. Martin and Ames, 1, 2 and 3 in the broad Hanson, chairman, said today, jump. Colin Peters hoisted him- Hours will be from 9:30 a.m. self into a tie for first in the to 12 noon. Transportation pole vault. wlll be furnished. Coach Roy Duncan's track DR. LLOYD A. WHITE OPTOMETRIST Contact Lens 2341/2 Wells Street Renton, Washington HOURS: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Frl., 9:00 to 5:30 Wed. and Sat. 9:00 to I~00 Telephone ALpine 5-3788 team garnered more than 50 per cent of the total field scores in meets this season. The record was: Issaquah 65, Lakota 31; Issa- quah 71V4, South Mercer Island 37 and %, Foster 14; Issaquah 63 and 11/12, South Mercer Island 38 and , Mount Si 20 and ; Issaquah 73, Foster 28, Mount Si 21; Issaquah 68, North Mercer Island 25, Foster 30. The windup meet was a fare- well event for Coaches Duncan and Don Hayes. Duncan will be a vice principal at Lakota Jun- ior High School, Federal Way, next term. Hayes is surrender- ing football and assistant track chores to give more time to the junior high industrial arts pro- gram. Hayes' team won the Southern KingCo junior high footballchampionship last season. ,JET TO THICK - MEATED SWEET & JUICY BIG CRISP STALKS EACH .... 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