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Jrth of July nned I's "Down Home" is a- al Field; Year's will be bigger r, Added attractions tug-of-war for is a Weight limit, and must have at least of the opposite more information YOUr team, call (392-1211, i year is a ! for kids 2-5 * .... Bring your and their the pool at it 2 p.m. The ged in many ;talent. contest Year at 3 p.m. a Warnin' to all start growin' s. All men in must have a hat, or be town jail. .eto Judy Hagen to wed or concession more informa- the parks Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hagen ence Degree in Business at 392-7131 or 1811. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cur- Education, Physical Educa- tis announce the engagement t/on and Coaching from of their children Judy Marie Moorhead State University in ries Hagan and Gregory Kenneth Moorhead, Minnesota. Greg Curtis. Judy is employed as a received a Bachelor of Sci- IV Youth Director at First ence Degree in Construction 1 / Lutheran Church in Bothell, Management from North Wberry harvest andlives in Issaquah. Dakota State University in peak 10 days She is a 1975 graduate and Fargo, North Dakota. King and Greg is a 1974 graduate of es. Strawberry Cooperstown High School, Greg is presently employed farms are Cooperstown, North as an engineer for the J.A. ticipated and Dakota. Judy has an Jones Construction Services for commer- Associate of Arts Degree in Company in Richland, down due to Office Occupations from Washington. Golden Valley Lutheran Col- An outdoor wedding will lege in Minneapolis, M/n- be held September 4 at Red straw- nesota. She also attended Willow Bible Camp near obtaining the Pacific Lutheran University Cooperstown, North guide available in Tacoma, Washington and Dakota. The couple will received a Bachelor of Sci- residein Washington state. The Skyline Drifters will entertain at the city's Fourth of July' celebration. SALE INVENTORY CLEARANCESALE Number One Oriental Antique Sale .... JAPANESE. KOREAN* CHINESE / Diet pills pare paunch poorly Diane and Kennan Southworth' Southworth, Collier elope in Boston Kennan Thomas South- worth and Diane Lynn Col- lier, both of Issaquah, sur- prised family and friends by eloping June 1 while on a trip 4 to Boston. The groom is the son of Richard and Susan South- worth of 2711 204th S.E. He attended Issaquah High and graduated from Liberty High. The bride's mother Rose Zakharoff'lives in Bos- ton and her father Grant and stepmother Pat live in Au- burn. The couple were married in Boston Public Garden. The reception will be held at the Mercerwood Shore Club in September. ANTIQUES, IVORY CARVING MINERAL& JADE CARVINGS - FINE FURNITURE ITEMS 30% OFF NETSUKES, SNUFF BOTTLES 20% OFF ALL CONSIGNMENTS 40% OFF SELECTED ITEMS G REASONABLE OFFERS -- CHESTS, SCREENS, CABINETS, PORCELAIN L OVER 3,000 QUALITY ITEMS INCLUDING N EW SHIPMENTS ;:, AYAWAY, CONTRACTS, CASH, CHECKS, BANKCARDS WELCOMED rS 4 q" IOURS. "- ]r r4 FINAL P.m.  REDUCTIONS Lturday , Sunday SALE ENDS 45 W. Sunset Way, Issaquah, WA SATURDAY, 392-8000 JUNE 18th TRADE INTERNATIONAL OF ISSAQUAH, INC. d/b/a MING'S TREE SALE Plant trees for shade & privacy and enjoy their bloom and color. DECIDIOUS $5 TREES off Regular G,nnala Maple .._.. "-":J O O g WghOed  Red Maple Flowering Plums & Cherries Japanese Maples 7 FIRS Mon..Sat. 9.6 Sunday 10-5 NURSERY HI.LO CENTER 188AQUAH 392-7657 CRITTERS ANIMAL HOSPITAL OPEN HOUSE & ANIMAL EDUCATION DAY r Saturday, June 18th 2-5 P.M. "-. Continuous Guided Tours, Movies, Career Information, I Now, downstairs Mini-Lectures, FREE Gifts and Refreshments. Dr. J (formerly Upslde East) Or) Will Be Available To Answer Questions. I New address: Jerry Bishop, D.V.M. /- _,,_ _. I 15 N.W. Alder PI. Issaquah I (back of Haberdasher Building) I Same phone: I 392-2515 I Same faces: I Marilyn, Linda & Drena I and Shelley is back/ R 392"PETS I JPERM 2"A"""''"' S I ALL c 30 tell, Park ANIMAL HOSPITAL (392-7387) I | RegularS50. Offer explres June 30, 1983. I - I I J F-8  .... The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, June 15, 1983 - Page 5 Over-the-counter diet pills are not the best summer shape-up solution for per- manently ridding the body of excess winter pounds, says a Washington State University nutrition/st. Dr. Linda Massey of the WSU College of Agriculture and Home Economics says, "The active ingredient in these diet pills is phenylpro- panolamine HCL, and its ef- fect is to decrease the ap- petite and/or cause the feel- ing of early saliety." The result is you feel full before which means that after the Pharmacy. you've had much to eat. pills are no longer effective, Caffeine, a stimulant, may How phenylpropanola- you stop taking them and also be added to these diet mine HCL works is not clear- your appetite increases. You aids, causing the same ly understood, but it is then begin toovereat, physiological effects. Caf- thought to act on the satiety Since these over-the- feine's role in diet pills is to center of thehypothalmus, a counter drugs mimic fight the fatigue factor part of the brain, to depress prescription diet pills, which associated with weight loss. the appetite, are mostly amphetamines, Weight loss is achieved, the side effects are also There are no foods that but loss of appetite is only similar, contain the amphetamine- temporary, because the body These effects are increased like substance, although car- soon buildsa tolerance to the heart rate, increased blood feine may be obtained drug. pressure and bouts of in- through a variety of sources, Tolerance leads to the re- somnia and anxiety, ac- with coffee being the most bnvvnd effect Masev w cording to WSU's College of popular choice. Young women needed for drug and alcohol study The University of Wash- ington is seeking young women aged 14 to 17 to part/- .... cipate in a study of how they ....... , handle situations involving .......... ':" alcohol or drugs. Particularly needed are young women who have got- ten into difficulties durin the past year because of their drinking or drug use. These difficulties might have in- cluded: trouble in school, with teachers or principals; trouble with the police or courts; or just being criticiz- ed by friends about drinking or drug vve. The purpose of the research is to identify the skills teenagers need to han- dle situations involving alcohol and drugs, according to Elizabeth Wells, a grad- uate student in psychology who is conducting the study. Each volunteer will par- ticipate in a personal inter- view and fill out question- naires. While parental con- sent is required, all infor- mation will be strictly con- fidential. For further information, call 543-6525. III I II INTRODUCING ISSAQUA000000 i OPEHIII6 AugusT 15 Presenting the largest and nicest office building in Issaquah. Its grade of finish and amenit!es place if among the finest in ts dass  in the enhre Seattle-Metro market. Flexible lease terms, innovative space plans and convenient access. Pleasant Productive Working Environment Designer coordinated professional space planning 2 new offices up to 24,000 sq. ft. Full Service Security * Sprinkler System Ample Parking Close to parks, recreation, fine entertainment and , morel accommodahons ' LEASE INFORMATION Contact Rick Ryerson 454-7613_ Robinson-Ryerson Deve p " Services Project I II I I