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ing: clarity first, ling, grammar last May 00ralley Maple, Hills Briarwood Roxaine Reynolds rudlum lion skills, for the papers reading, 'This dents in lssaquah "We want students to get paper is not corrected for Seattle. The route would con- Will be doing a lot away from the notion that punctuation.' " ' tinue its present level of corn- in the coming writing is something magic," Former School Board A six-member team of Elizabeth McJunkin and muter service, but would pro- to a new writ- said McCombs. "We want to member Bill Glueck, a Seat- "Jews for Jesus" will present Gary Olson on June 20; and vide faster service. Instead of i program show them that there are tle attorney who now lives on a free concert of "Jewish Janet Siekins and Sloven going through the Rainier loolboard logical steps to be taken in Bainbridge Island, was Gospel Music" at May Wade on July5. Beach area, Route l l0buses the process." responsible for getting the Valley Alliance Church, ,, would go through Renton Program is the Board president Tom , program started, and is 16431 S.E. Renton-lssaquah Mr. and Mrs. George Highlands to downtown of two years of McLaughlin was delighted delighted that it's finally Road at 7 p.m. on Wednes- Mathison are proud to share Seattle by way of Newport the curriculum students will not have to fret complete day, July 22. The public is in- with friends the honors Hills and Coal Creek the language about the mechanics of "It is one of the things i set vited, earned by their son Bobby Parkway. writing just as they're star- as a goal for myself as a ** * Bobby was chosen as * * * bY former school tingapaper, school board member," he May Valley Alliance Maywood Junior High ember Bill Glueck, "The last thing you do said in a later interview "l Church fathers and sons will School "Boy of the Year," Naval Academy Cadet Joel PrOgram calls for when writing is worry about really wanted to do some- picnic at the Royal Honnold "Best Athlete of the Year," Yourkowski is at home on n " vacation visiting his parents to use a three-step grammar and punctuat]o , thing that was related to home on Lake McDonald at and "Band Student of the writing, he said "You will kill education and not petty the annual hamburger fry Year." He was the only 9th Mr. and Mrs. Frank the method calls creativity if you emphasize politics." and swim. grader to letter in four varsity Yourkowski and other family to brainstorm the semi-colon and all the Teaching writing, said * * * sports. He maintained a 3.5 members. ideas, then to draft rest. They cannot co-exist." Glueck, is like teaching so- Summer weddings include grade point average and was * * * their composition, Teachers and board meonehow to ski. Diane Sanderson and James chosen student of the month The Liberty High School proofread for members are concerned that "You don't need an in- Menking on June 24; Mary three times during the year. international travel-study grammar, spelling parents understand what the structor there every minute, schools are trying to do. but you do need to practice for teachers to Students may bring home and exercise. If a teacher writing into all papers that are technically in- grades a paper once a week correct because they are still she'll have a pretty good idea We're proposing is in the second stage of corn- what the student's problems learn to write position, are. It's just important that ng,,, said Kateri "1 think a lot of us parents the students practice on their CUrriculum director, may apply what we learned in own, and teachers should on- 255-5849 Proposed Metro Transit group under the supervision bus route changes including of Mrs. June Phillips new routing for the Maple- departed July 1 for Rome, wood Heights-Lake Kathleen lnnsbruck, Munich, Rothen- area riders will be the subject burg, Heidelberg, Amster- of a public hearing con- dam and London They are ducted by the Service Evalua- due back July 14. lion Subcommittee of the Metro Council on Thursday, East Renton Plateau Corn- July 23, in the Fourth Floor munity Council will hold an Conference Room, Exchange open board of directors Bide, 821 Second Ave., meeting at Lord of Life Lutheran Church on July 15 at 7 p.m. Discussion will cover the Newcastle Com- munity Plan citizen input comments, the Metro plans, building developments, and changes proposed in bus ser- vice. The public is welcome. Preschool films shown lssaquah Library will show four short films for pre- schoolers July 20 at I 1:00 a.m Scheduled films are "Pic- ture for Harold's Room," "Swimmy," "Caterpillar," and "Alligators All Around." The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, July 15, 1981 - Page 3 i r i ' rant Dine & Relax At 5:00 every evening we let you sit back and relax while we serve you at your table. Our hostesses are waiting to greet you. Dinner Entrees Mexican Specialties Hot or cold sandwiches Soups--Salads-- Homemade desserts 385 N.W. Gilman Blvd., Issaquah, 392-4020 Our U.S.D.A. Choice Beef is Great 0n The Grill... Great On Your Thriftway Extra Values Crescent. Zoz. :::::::,,+, Cantaloupe California Rums iiiii!!!iii!i Ready to Eat, Largo Size. Assorted Varieties + ...... '"Serve Anytime dllbAssorted Varieties Kraft Parkay Margarineou.,t .... lb P, ..... 59 Apple Cider or Apple Juicew ....... 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II _ eOdOrant Shampoo , ,, ,',ii ++ .:.gnu mTuuiv I II i+}::+::+:r I i I I I i I I1 I I li +++:*:: innlrllliil I J +-" l.,..." I I !i++i I  ........... ..., $I I' iWt I ++++i!i ,.0aUra,L, OW.t, i+__- + .... t-Ileq% k.JJL 1 i];++:: ]!]i]::  .,,/" f,.,J Ou++C,+O,COP.+++++ -- i ]]]!i:: Front Strlet. lad $1111SI! Way i::ii n v/-" REG $S99 oniy$oJ 1 ::i::iiii Opell WolkdlllF$ O ::: I  WTHTHISCOUPON ,'1" ::::i e...... u.n... 1n_1 :i:!:!! ea One da Stainless c.,v.%,";M/:'LW'"Td ,-__, J i!:::i::!: "'" ........ "" " .... ilIilIIIillim Frozen Foods COPYRIGHT IC) 191 ASSOCIATED GROCERs INC SEATTLE U)allpaper 10-20% on I, Od Mar : li ll00uen Woods 35-50% off Mini-blinds 35%off Soft-Iisht sbadt+ 30%oi00 me+ + _ +++ ,00ie ' L '  ('12" Beh: 7nd1Fta:;eNr';a'::sa3q':644 Katherine was born on March 14, 1916, the daughter of Fred and Edna Gamble, in Oak Park, Illinois. She was a veteran of World War II and a graduate of University of Washington, earning a master's degree in social work. She weds the former head of the women's division of' the. Office of Equal Oppor- tunity at the University of Washington She was active in women's organizations in- cluding N.O.W., and whs a member of several political and civic organizations She is survived by her son, Barry William Thorn; grand- son, Robert Alan Thorn; granddaughter, Natalie Ann Thorn and two brothers, Phillip Bear of Arizona and Fred G. Bear Jr. of New Mexico. Remembrances may be made to the Intiman Theatre Fund in Seattle. FROM%TO%OFF ON SANDALS, SWIMWEAR tl)BAGS, TOPS, DRESSES I';, SHORTS, ECT., ECT .... VILLAGE CROSSROADS BELLEVUE 747.1891 WIDE EARLY Ground Black Pepper $109 Crescent, 4-oz. Pizza Sunflower i Kernels Jeno's 10-Inch "..ro.am.a +rth.a. in 940 sa" s..at +. w.+. 0o, o..t,y ,nto ,h. 00cL.u,h,i. Mayb. we ..o+day ev.oifthoy::eoo' Students have to should have a rubber stamp turning it in every day. (  ... : ':i time writing and have to integrate fire - ' Police & ' ,,IntOshe said.all facets of I  l Program gives . I :+!iii:!ii'++ / . Very specific goals to Bridge campers police to their homes.   / Vzth Students in all I;" ' :, ,: '", .+ ++++' | B I Beef 7 Bone gels, something ap- A woman called the police No home [+[B }+ \\; eef Blade Beef Cross by school board July II when she saw two Two youths, 15 and 17, orderless Re_runts 'Karen Taylor Sher- suspicious people sleeping came to the lssaquah Police I|/;+iC_,lProcessoly+lp+1_ ll .li'.l I Roast l Rib Roast Boneless Chuck Steaks :Ormerteacher . under the bridge at Crescent Department July l2 claiming  ,:+110FiIm'rrmvurPavrite >++ -, us. $119 i i99 $+149 I  Kodak orFujiNegatives, h +I! J teach writing," she two questionable campers out of their homes and had l[ ,;A [ Coupon Must A .... puny Order I 'l " It '++ + At participating Thriftway St .... Only l;O / I b. 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I [ Lea,  Beef + / teachers feel Katherine B. Thom Roun to correct all the At her request no services died July9at the Issaquah 7 "+=" --+,++-", " Pot Roast $IS9 " I---.=. lli [ errors, and kids will held for Katherine B. Villa. Cremation was arrang- July 15Thm July 21, 1981 I ,,=.,- i in composi- Them, 65, of Bellevue. She ed by Flintoft's lssaquah w. ..... ,+h,,oL+m,ou..,i,++s In.IV moMmi I USDA lb. / . . T iww / Funeral Home. Choice m ,, L44b.  or  I lb. )