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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, June 29, 1983 i Around town ii i Who's news i Crowley graduates Laura K. Crowley, of 15404 263 Ave. S.E., re- ceived a bachelor of science degree in computer science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York. Glass named Evergreen scholar Karen Glass, a graduate of lssaquah High School and daughter of Sam and Anne Glass, has been named an Evergreen Foundation Scho- lar and will receive one full year's tuition at The Ever- green State College in Olym- pia in the 1983-84 academic year. Glass, active in church, soccer and theater, is a math tutor and was a Foreign Ex- change student in Sweden• She also won the State Essay Award and is interested in liberal arts. Petre graduates Dave Petre graduated with honors from the University of Washington, receiving bachelor's degrees in political science and business adminis- tration. He is a 1976 graduate of Is- saquah High. CAPITAL SAVINGS BANK SAYS HAPPY 4TH OF JULY In celebration of America's 207th birthday, you will extra interest from June 29 thru July 5 on* money market checking & savings accounts. 10.15 % = 10.68% "Personal Money Market Savings 9.64% = 10.11% "Corporate Money Market Savings 8.93% =9.33% "Money Market Checking • Comps,traded dml¥ 3t)5 3t5 Sublecl to hangv dally alter July 5 19H3 / ! Call Your Local Capital Savings" I/ OfficeforCurrent I Ratelnformation. l • ] / 1 •  t ' 'rsuc 11 Front St. S., I,mquah, 392[7553 OPEN SATURDAY 9:30-12.30 24-HR. CASH MACHINE AND SERVING YOU THROUGHOUT WASHINGTON AND NORTHEASTERN MONTANA Ib Stephanle Brleger Brieger, Nilsen compete in United Teen pageant Stephanie Brieger, 16, and Christiana Roxanne Nilsen, 17, have been selected state finalists in the 1983 Miss United Teenager Pageant, to be held at Pacific Lutheran University July 7. Brieger is the daughter of J.H. and Bernice Brieger; Nilsen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Nilsen. Brieger is a student at lssa- quah High School. Her in- terests include writing, play- ing the piano and singing. When she graduates, she plans to go on to college and become either a professional musician or a counselor. Nilsen is a senior at lssa- quah High, and is an Ensign' in the Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, in which she is the Assistant Administration Officer. She was recently selected as one of two young women from Issaquah to attend Girls State at Central Washington University. Her goal is to at- tend the U.S. Naval Aca- demy in Annapolis, Mary- land, majoring in Interna- tional Relations to become part of the Diplomatic Corps. ,Contestants *in :tte Contest are selected on scholastic, academic and civic achieve- Chrlstlana NIIson ments as well as poise and personality. Each contestant is required to write and pre- sent on stage an essay entitled "My Country." Addis speaks at world-wide conference Dr. Winston Addis of Issa- quah, the executive director of the Slingerland Institute, was invited to present a paper at the Second World Con- gress on Dyslexia in Halki- diki, Greece, June 26-30• The Slingerland Institute is a non-profit organization which trains teachers to iden- tify and help those with dys- lexia and other learning disabilities• The title of the paper is "A Large-Scale Ap- proach to Remediating Dys- lexic Children in Schools." Trollen graduates from Air Academy Laurie Trollen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Troll- en of lssaquah, graduated from the International Air Academy in Vancouver, Wash. She is working as a re- servations agent in Seattle with Wien Air Alaska. Her 12-week training pro- gram at the Air Academy covered airline reservations, tickettng, and passenger ser- vices. Trollen attended Issa- quah High School. Flowers On Sale Z ff O' Geraniums s1.39 Marguerite Daisies s1.59 Local residents earn UPS degrees Glenn R. Meyer, son of Charles and Patricia Meyer of Issaquah, Allen D. Min- net, son of Audrey Schroeder of Issaquah, and Randy R. Phelps, son of Ernest and Patricia Phelps of Issaquah have been awarded bachelor's degrees from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma. Meyer, a 1979 graduate of Issaquah High, earned a bachelor of arts degree in business administration and minored in mathematics. He has accepted a position with Arthur Andersen and Co. in Seattle. Minner, earned a bachelor of arts degree in business ad- ministration and is employed as a marketing assistant by West Stock, Inc. in Seattle• Phelps, a 1979 graduate of Issaquah High School, earn- ed a bachelor of science de- gree in computer information systems and minored in business administration and mathematics• He was a three- year starter for the UPS foot- ball team. Bush completes munitions course Airman Timothy W. Bush, son of Benedict F. Bush of 15021 206th Ave. S.E., Ren- ton, and Patricia E. Bauman of Seattle, has graduated from the U.S. Air Force munitions maintenance course at Lowry Air Force Base, Colo. Bush will now serve at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, with the Ogden Air Logistics Cen- ter. His wife, Miriam, is the daughter of Dvid W. and Donna Berto of 12553 S.E. 70th St., Renton. The airman is a 1982 graduate of Liberty High. Haddon wins art award Suzanne Haddon, a recent graduate from Issaquah High, has been awarded first place at Mercer Island Sum- mer Arts Festival in the junior division• Haddon has received rec- ommendations and honors for her art. This year she has been awarded a certificate of artistic recognition from Eastern Washington Univer- Suzanne Haddon sity and an cellence from Last year she place plus an in Mercer given the jurors Renton show. In she was the accepted in the Design Show in She will She hopes to ter School of fornia to studies. She is of Moni Tourist able at the ber of Front Street. to Friday, 10 a.m. Paul Duffy to marry in Walla Walla Paul Duffy, son of Donald and Joan Duffy of Issaquah, will marry Cath/ Valencsin of Walla Walla August 6, at the First Assembly of God church in Walla Walla. Duffy, who has a bachelor of science degree in construc- tion management, is em- ployed at the wanson-Dean Corp. in BellevtLe. ik Valencsm, daugltler of Ed- ward and Loraine Valencsin, is a senior majoring in English education at Wash- ington State University in Pullman. Preschool films The Issaquah Library is having a free preschool film program on Wednesday, July 6, at 10 a.m. Scheduled films include "Relucta ' " nt Dragon, "Cricket and te Tuba" and "The Hat." ' Paul Duffy and Cathy Valencsln SNEAK PREVIEW Before the Pool and Spa are complete ... Before the Landscaping is in . . . Before the crowds arrive... I Come See RIDGFBROOK . .. the outstanding condo value in ssaquahF Lease and Lease Option Available Priced from $75,950 With excellent financing -- 5 min, from 1-90. 2 Bedrooms • Den or 3rd Bedroom 1316 Sq. Ft. per unit • Covered Parking Double Pane Windows • Pool & Spa (and much, much more) Laurie and Rick Benak Rick Benak marries Laurie Staples Rick J. Benak, son of Mr. and baby's 0' R88 andMrs. JohnBenakoflssa- flowers were MAILBOX & tm quah, was married May 14 to white carnationS. SHIPPING CENTER Laurie Jean Staples of Seat- carried white roses tie. The candlelight ceremony low carnations. took place at St. Louise The best man 405S-B 128th Ave. S.E. Church in Bellevue and was Willet, brother of (Fcoi,) officiated by Father Paul Ushers included BEHIND"PRIMETIME" RESTAURANT Slavey. Crea, Mark • Pri .... M,il. .... The bride wore a seed pearl Berlin and Mike • U.P.S. 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