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June 22, 1983

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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, June 22, 1983 Around town news Who's ! Baker trains Connie Baker of Issaquah, meets with Mary Kay Ash, founder and chairman of Dallas-based Mary Kay Cos- metics, Inc., at a reception held in Mary Kay's home. Baker was recently appointed director-in-qualification for Mary Kay and traveled to Dallas for a week of extensive training to prepare for the position of Independent sales director. and Frank Stephen Pietro- monaco, both of lssaquah, received Doctor of Dental Surgery degrees for the Uni- versity of Washington School of Denti.,;try. Richards graduates from Cal Tech Brian Richards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Richards, has been awarded a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering with honors from the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California. Yourkowski named to Who's Who Joel Yourkowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Your- kowski, will have his name included in the 1983 edition of Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Univer- sities and Colleges as one of the country's most outstand- ing campus leaders. He was nominated by the United States Naval Academy, based on his academic achievement, ser- vice to the community, lead- ership in extracurricular acti- vities, and future potential. White graduates from Iowa State Thomas Webster White, of Issaquah, received a Bachelor of Science degree in speech communications from the Iowa State University in Krusic attends business seminar Mary Lou Lewis-Krusic of Issaquah is one of approxi- mately 300 students from throughout the state partici- pating in Business Week 1983 on the Gonzaga University campus in Spokane. Business Week is spon- sored by the Association of Washington Business. The objective of this one week session and five other ses- sions at Central Washington University in Ellensburg and University of Puget Sound in Tacoma is to bring Washing- ton high school students "the inside story on business operations and our private enterprise system." Bob Pofler Washington a "once-in-a- lifetime experience" to meet and talk with active business executives from a variety of companies to obtain a real understanding of private enterprise. The week also of- fers a taste of college life. Porter is active in sports and music at Issaquah High -- he will be drum major of the marching band next fall and also plays in the jazz and concert bands He is a member of the Varsity Baseball team. He is also an active member of Samma- mish Hills Lutheran Church. He is the son of Jack and Beverly Porter of Issaquah. Pietromonaco wins Coca-Cola scholarship Paul Pietromonaco, 1983 lssaquah High Co-valedic- torian and National Merit Scholar, has been awarded the Coca-Cola Scholarship of $1,000. This scholarship is to "recognize students who ex- cel in their education." He will attend Seattle University in the fall. Konyar serves in Point Mugu Navy Chief Yeoman An- drew L. Konyar, son of Sara A. Werner of 105 Mountain DECA winner Scott Nazarlne qualified to attend the National Distributive Education (DECA) Conference to be held In New Orleans June 26-30. He earned the honor by winning four trophies In the Service Station Marketing area at the annual state DECA conference held at the SeaTac Red Lion on April 28- 30. He is a member of the Liberty High School Marketing and Distributive Education Program. of the Opal Society will give a slide program on art work in gem stones Visitors are wel- come. VFW Auxiliary Flag Day was honored on June 14 for the patients at the Issaqah Villa, when the VFW Auxiliary and Rebekahs served flag- decorated cupcakes and ice cream. Fern Thordberg of #3436 gave a talk on the his- tory of Old Glory and then played patriotic songs of both World Wars on the piano. No DUMP gives progress report No DUMP, Inc., will pre- sent a progress report on legal action against the Cedar Hills landfill in a public meeting at 7:30 p.m., June 29, at the Community Hall in lssaquah. Questions will be answered at the Wednesday meeting. Churches i Tanakas attend Baha'i convention Mike Tanaka, delegate from lssaquah and his wife, Janet, traveled Memorial Day weekend to attend the 74th annual Baha'i National Convention in Chicago. The convention brought together among them, the pC of the Baha'is of lt The Baha'is .] an JS 8 President Reag '!. deploring the ; and calling on 0uJ] leaders to join hi$! peal to Iran's lea!! commute the sent=, Baha'is recently # to death. "We are grate!  President, espeei ing on other world join his appeal Tanaka. "The 300,000 Baha'is Iran must kno i world won't perv genocide." Warfield now Jaekel earns Park Blvd SW, Issaquah, has - some 2,000 members of the _A_Tes'l:a" " " " .' 1 Baha'i Faith. DNR managerwarren Warfield has been enKgteeerrnlengAdnengrejeaekel, Killg assigned P:ners:elweC:df; !.Rotl ene:;rfoVitldJg:!tVai A; .... B:oiY(:r;st I|UO s A special function of the Danny Oat uQI L da Boyle, wife of Jim named the new assistant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tO Colorado Issaquah High student Bob convention is to elect the .i S K Boyle, 24500 SE 30th, has .... nine-member national manager for governmental John H. Jaekel, 17015 S.E. Airman Brian . ing, son Porter will attend a Business Antisdale --aduat .... " ".  Jssaquah Valley governing council, the Na- L  .a won ner second prize at or activities in the Department, Newport Way, graduated of retired Navy t. Com- Week conference at Central Ste-henv P Antidal> c, .......... t,, nerstone farm Hns weeK,- Rock Club tional Spiritual Assembly of of Natural Resources South with a Bachelor of Arts de- mander Edward S. and Ruth Washington University July ..f A. .a "J. u:,t..._ , . . " .  . 18 S E v ,,,, a,,u ,,=, vv.uu. J she won two pounds oI cner Puget Sound Area, which gree and a Bachelor of Sci- A. King of 199 . 21st, 24 through 31. Antisdale of lssa-uah -arti" " " " w .... store- The Issaquah Valley Rock the Baha is of the United serves the Issaquah area. ence degree in mechanical en- Issaquah, has been assigned ..... q ' p " n es m a ora mg at me . Club will meet at 8 p.m., States. The convention is also orce ......... cpateu m commencement She camein second, guessing June 24, at the Issaquah a forum for conferring upon Warfield, al7-yeardepart- Rineerin from Washin,non to Lowry Air r uase, Ine Mwanis Lmo of ssa- , ............ " " " " leti ......... exercises nero June  at uc- the Bate, day and time tide Community Hall. Bill Strang the religion's concerns, ment employee, will be in University in St Louis, Mis- Com., after comp ng ,ir quan vaney is tmo s spun ............. _ . . .  ..... ctaentat .ollgge In oumern cnerries would come in from I' charge of forest fire protec- souri rorcevasic training. Bur uusiness week s a ..... i .. _ d .. .. ." ....... amornla..,, Eastern wasnington / THE NEIGHBORHOOD HUFICH tion, recreation and regula- Lindhlnd The airman wiu receive puotic anairs presentauon oy tion of surface mining, oil pi"7-m-' specialized instruction in the the Association of Washing- , ' ' | SANCTUARY CHOIR PRESENTS... and gas drilling and forest etro onac.o avionics systems field, ton Business and offers I ,'I]LA'TITTlkAlkA'I,I I practices in the South Puget earn dental degrees Heisa 1978 graduate of ls- selected students from I i JLvJLJL'L/UJLvJLlvJLJ'IJL-TL I | | ' ",:*. 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