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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, June 15, 1983 ii , i , Around town Who's news Schlemlein honored as top salesman Robert L. Schlemlein of lssaquah, sales representa- tive, Benefit Trust Life Insur- ance Company, was honored at the company's recent Sun- quest Sales Conference as one of the top sales pro- ducers. ,;. ;i ? it Clinton Bennett Bennett graduates from A.F. Academy Clinton D. Bennett, whose father and stepmother are Dr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Ben- nett of 13802 160th Ave. S.E., Renton, was commis- sioned a second lieutenant upon graduation from the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo., and awarded a bachelor's de- gree in aeronautical engineer- ing. He is a 1979 graduate of Liberty High School. Schlemlein earned membership in the Top Ten Club for ranking fourth in issued and paid insurance premium totals during the qualification period among his fellow salespeople. He was recognized for this achievement during the awards banquet at the Palm Springs Conference. He has been associated with the Chicago-based in- surer since 1972. Meredith promoted to captain Paul D. Meredith, son of Don and Carol Meredith of 560 Mt. Everest Lane, has been promoted to captain in the U.S. Army. He is based at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland, but will trans- fer to Fort Lewis August 1. He is a '75 graduate of ls- saquah High. Eichhorst on Dean's List Martha Kay Eichhorst, daughter of the Reverend and Mrs. Calvin Eichhorst, was placed on the Dean's Honor List at Concordia College, in Minnesota. Lads comes in with the fleet Jonathan Lads of Issaquah was among the 3,000 officers and sailors arriving in Port- land aboard twenty five ves- sels of the Rose Festival Fleet June 9. Eads is an Engineman on the USS Gudgeon. Blanehard graduates from Chico State John Paql Blanchard of ls- saquah was among the more than 3,000 studenls graduat- ing this Spring from Califor- nia State University at Chico. He earned a degree in business administration. PLU graduates Kimberly Hiatt, Kirk Parce, Janice Smith and Cathleen Swanson, all former residents of Issaquah, graduated from Pacific Lutheran University on May 22. Hiatt earned a BA in music, Parce with a degree in business administration, Smith with a BA in physical education and Swanson with a BAE in elementary social science and special educa- tion. Dads & Grads Crossroads Mall is your convenient neighborhlmd mall at the corner of N.E. 8th & 156th N.E. in Bellevue. J J Men's & Women's asualWear Everything must go = . 30%-70% off Crossroads Mall 156th NE & NE 8th Bellevue 746-8100 Give Ferrari Sunglasses Totally Collapsible With Case s7 Reg.S15 SALE or FREE with a purchase of $40 or more Sunglasses fully opened Collapsed next to case j OTHER GIFT IDEAS UP TO 50% OFF .Chains .Pendants .Rings .Belt Buckles Unique Jewelry, Rare & Unusual Gifts of the Earth Everett Mall -- 347-1455 Crossroads Mall -- 746-4113 II Holmes buys a costly ewe Tom Holmes of Issaquah purchased the top selling Natural Colored Registered Yearling Romney Ewe at the Pacific Northwest Sheperd's Extravaganza in Seattle. The ewe sold for $970, which is a national record for any Romney Yearling Ewe. Stuth to study at Harvard Liberty High junior Tom Stuth will spend eight weeks at Harvard University this summer in a Secondary Stu- dent Program designed to in- troduce high school students to college coursework. He will study logic and psy- chology and the law. He was invited to apply for the program based on his scores on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test. He will be vice president of the Liberty Associated Student Body in his senior year. Clark completes basic training Pvt. Patrick D. Clark, son of retired Coast Guard Chief Warrant Officer Herman L. and Inez E. Clark of 12266 155th Ave. S.E., Renton, Wash., has completed basic training at Fort Dix, N.J. He is a 1982 graduate of Liberty High School. Sara Hildreth Hildreth wins scouting award Sara Hildreth, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. David Hildreth of lssaquah, has been award- ed the Esther Carson Winans Award. This award is the highest given in the Caravan program, which is a Chris- tian scouting program in the Church of the Nazarene. She has completed 38 in- dividual badges, memorized the 15 Articles of Faith of the Church of the Nazarene plus the 30 scrip iures that ac- company them, and con- tributed several hours of ser- vice to her church to receive this top honor. Sara is a sixth grader at Bellevue Christian School. '-KINNEY Stadid"and NBA Turf Shoes Stadia Boys' S17.99 Men's Boys'S9.99 lklnney I EgfsDM aWE'I) BELLEVUE .HI/tDIN" At Crossroads Mall Come in and see the new 1983 Models SCHWlNN . ..... World Lightweight I O-speed Ultimate BMX =14995 =129" Free check up after 90 clays No time !imit warranty. Ask for details Assembled, adjusted and ready to ride. No extra charge PARTS & ACCESSORIES - SERVICE ,LL MAKES BELLEVUE SCHWINN" 747-2288 -.-NEXT TO CROSSROADS CINEMA Classic gifts for dad or grad. Cross fine writing instruments valued everywhere for quality and writing excellence. Mechanically guaranteed for a lifetime. i Pocket Watches Dauphiny, Groom and Mrs. William H. Larson of 24706 SE 30th Street in graduate from Issaquah. He plans to major   Bellevue Christian in environmental studies at .. John LeBrock Dauphiny, WWU. son of Mr. and Mrs. Don * Dauphiny, and Denise Hettingergraduates Louise Groom, daughter of Sheila Kay Hettinger, of Mr. and Mrs. Marvel 4200 187th Place SE, was Groom, are Issaquah among the more than 400 ........ residents who were among students who received ,: the sixty-one graduates of diplomas from Baylor Uni- Bellevue Christian High versityin May. School. She graduated with a de- " They received diplomas on gree in business administra-  .. June 6 in ceremonies at West- Lion. \\; minster Chapel in Bellevue. Biesold, Dickins John plans to attend Western Washington Univer- on Dean's List sity; Denise will go to George Todd Biesold and Cynthia Fox Collegein Oregon. Dickins, both graduates of Issaquah High have been English graduates named to the Dean's List for Laurie English, a 1979 the spring Semester at Gon- graduate of lssaquah High, zaga University. Both are graduated from Seattle Paci- juniors. tic University June 5. The daughter of Virginia Clubs and Laurence English, she re- ceived a bachelor of science degree in nursing. Women's Aglow Larson wins The Women's Aglow Fel- $1,000 scholarship lowship of Issaquah will meet Roif William Larson has Friday, June 17 at 9:15 a.m. Intern comes been named to receive a at the Lutheran Bible Insti- $1,000 award from the Lute, 4221 228th S.E., Issa- Jenkins-Shackelford quah. RobertKIIIlan, of 1644 215th Place SE In Scholarship Fund at Western Donation is $1.50. Child completed an internship with United tatlve Bill Goodllng. During his stay In Washington University. care is available. Speaker will KIIIian took part In constituent corres The scholarship award will be Bernice Smith. For further research, speech writing, meeting be used during the coming information call Eileen mailings and various dutles associated with academic year at Western. Pasker at 392-9473 or Mary ministrative office. Larson is the son of Mr. Ann Walker at 392-5244. KIIIlan will return to Issaquah to cleaning establishments before "' Young University In the fall. WEIGHT LOSS .s,cs00,us Food Good N utrition - N o Exercise Don', ,eave ,c, oo, offe red No Drugs or Shots - No Monthly Dues w/thoutth,,,,, Individualized Reading Preserving  Body Building Proteins Available   and Math Instruction foods CONSIDERABLE SAVINGS ON FOOD BILLS Children & Adults of a free "Pick It... MONEY BACK GUARANTEE Call torTour Put It Up,," For in-home demonstration call 747"61 34 e==m Issaquah James Ertckson, MSc Peter Evans, Jr. MA June 17, from 1 t Itt Good Selection of 431T 12m Ave. S.t. Jan Grant BIIIIvue ....  County Begonias &, ,..,..,,.so.,.o,.=,,..,,.., sion Service Fuchsia Trees D Sylvan ning, freezing, types of The biggest selection in the N.W.  Learning Center duce. CNOCOte IO try(, ')uC(et Of Ou' SIUO'nI Rental Fuchsia Trees for Parties EMRICK'S FIRST ANNUAL rlnmss 8, B,t;os MUTT & ALLEY CAT 7303Renton-lssaquahRd. 392-6779 SAT., JULY 9th --Hi-Lo Shoppi _ PRIZES FOR DIFFERENT Registrations must be made in person!' store no later than Sat., June 25th. j 0 r i j e n a e CHEVEU: A simple name for extraordinary talent. gori & Terri are back in Issaquah feeling more creative than ever, please drop in or call for an Call for dl appointment, ,1i. Pets 640 N.W. Locust =5 N.W, Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, W/I Next to the Hf-LO Shopping Center Tole Painting SummerCI Wednesdays,.7 to 10 p.m, HOW MUCH $30 for six sessions: June 22 & 29, July 20 & 27, Aug. YOU CARE... \\; Jr. Cake Decorati0,0 Class for kids, grades 5 / $15 for five lessons FATHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY, JUNE 19th! 10 a.m.- noon, begins Tues., JU Send him a beautiful, N Pro-registration Required for all growing green plant, fresh, - SAVE! in fragrant flowers, or a every color balloon bouquet/ Red tags 50% off/Blue ta CALL OR STOP IN TODA Y t All Long-stem Silk Flowers .: ISSAQUAll FLORAL & GIFT SHOPPE E MER HOUR 392 7566 ...... 1 Mon,-Sat. 9:30-5:30 ' ,/;. l .i