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The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, August 24, 1983. Page 5 a Bielak is becoming an actress Volunteers needed for Issy'73 reunion success Issaquah High School, More than half of themore are long lans and plans. daughter of Bielak, approach long-term Wants to be an only )art she Ly to a veteran of the Drama Pro- evue Community three-year-old Offers theatrical during sessions to the program is audition. "I chances of get- first year were Bielak Were 300 people 35 spots the didn't have two years; gram, she m the grueling get a lot of typical day for at 9 a.m. class. Then she group, and would acting skills class of People, she said, Work on skills or whatever in- came scene For five hours, Work on material to be put on by at the end of the before the per- Students work- hard. Bielak 9 a.m. and not 11 at night. to burn out, but said. "You know the other the first four Theresa Bielak weeks, because most are working with different direc- tors. Then at the end, every- body is pulling together. It's kind of sad, because you get to know everyone just before you have to leave," she said. Bielak feels she's been lucky no! to be typecast into one kind of part. She's played a naive rich girl, a romantic lead and a wayward teen, among others. "For some reason, in three of the four scenes I was in in the last-night performance, I was either a prostitute or an ex-prostitute," she laughed. Bielak isn't the type who has acted since she was in diapers. She wasn't even that interested in the theater until seventh grade, when she was in a mandatory theater class at Issaquah Junior High. She became so interested that she took more classes in eighth grade, and in ninth grade was a teaching assistant for other drama classes. Since then, she's worked in many different aspects of the theater, including some com- munity theater here and in Renton. She has been a stage manager, which she didn't like, and a director, which she did like. "I directed six or seven kids in a play once. I've never been so nervous when I was on stage myself. But when they got out there, I knew there was nothing I could do to help them," she said. Issaquah High clean-up lssaquah High will hold two before-school clean-up days, Friday, August 26, and Saturday, August 27, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Students, parents, Booster Bielak graduated from Club members and faculty Issaquah High last June. members are cooperating in This fall, she thinks she will probably take some more drama classes at Bellevue LeighWilson. Community College. She has The Clean-Up focus is looked into the Cornish In- weeding, pruning, general stitute, but said it doesn't clean-up, and minor repair. leave her enough time to do All students and parents in- outside plays, terested in the improved In the future, she would appearance of the high like to get an agent and do a school campus are invited to little bit of everything, participate and to bring their own tools. Needed partic- ularly are weed-eaters, hoes, rakes, post hole diggers, ex- tension cords, and general gardening tools. A plan for repainting the doors and ac- cents is being developed. this effort spearheaded by Carpool to work Acting Assistant Principal The average commuter spends nearly an hour each day just getting to work and home again. Why not spend that time with a friend or two? Call commuter pool, at 625-4500, for names of potential carpooling friends just right for you! Class of '73 held their l0 year reunion with success August 12, 13 and 14. On Friday, a semi-formal evening of hors d'oeuvres and dancing was held at the Red Lion Inn in Bellevue. The Gaslamp Tavern was the gathering place on Satur- day for an informal evening of reminiscing and good cheer. A large crowd packed the local watering hole as a than 400 graduates attended one or more of the events over the weekend. Another reunion may be planned in five years A memory book is being put together with information obtained from those who were able to attend and also from a number who were not. If you would like any information, contact Theresa (Wiggins) Paterson at (206) 888-2546 or Kim (Kinnune) Roof at (206) 392- '73 graduate parachuted into 1348. the parking area. ( DRIVE 1 On Sunday, the sun guided CAREFULLY former grads and their WHEN families to Lake Sammamish State Park for a potluck pic- SCHOOL nic. IS OPEN! I HERE ARE MORE RECENT WINNERS! fl il tillain D. Keller, Seattle, '1,OOO i ii/ Jam.. Cl.,k, 11  Barrit Sanwick, Bathell, s200 ' Thomas Bradford, Cashmere, *100 II Number Odds for Odds lot Odds for [ [ [[ Prize of 26Store ,3Store t Store I I Gina L. McPherson, Cle EIgB, s200 [[ VaMe Prizes Visits Visits Visit il ' '  54 19'125'; 38'2S0'0 t 497'250t i I I Mike '*helert' Zillah' $2'000 Chunk Tuna ninpUe'Lu- 108 9,563t0 1 1g,!25to1 248,62510111 Daphne L. Sutton, Cle Elum, slO0 II 2an s25 t.7,Ol 3.9,ot st,46,ot tl MelvaHitherington, Oak Harbor, $1000 II too t.oo 9a4tot ,,79ol 2s.57atot l[ II o t167o 696t09 9237toi 96o79,ol ii JackM. Ivy, Puyallup, $200 3B2o.t0000tS 19 Illl 2s 3'0! 437o 236to3gtl 6tBtt a'agtOi l I, 473,ol 6.145'09 It ThorsHallstrm'Tacoma'$200 IJ[kOCFHTII:: HEINZ [I 5 8.74o ,slot 238,o 3972t ii Harry H. Johnson, Tacoma, s200 II 2 159,800 6'01 13,01 168toi Ii Venita Kimsey, Puyallup, $200 L...T0tal 1/9.657 61 11,oi 149,ol)) Dan Sleeth, Tacoma, $2000 Doris Rathvon, Burlington, $200 . . . I TOWN HOUSE BABY DILLS Macaroni & Cheese = Sl 7.25-oz. Pkgs. Vlasic Pickles nO o Jar South End Squa.k Mt.  B.& M Baked Beans !!7; '1 ' ,y'Maple Hills'Briarwood logging plan  Llpton Tea.u, ............... $229 -=Reynolds (255-5849) delayed a year L,ptonTea Bags ......... oF,o';*2 '" A proposed logging oper-  Caress Bath Soap ...... !:,so; 59 a,o00 on*00ua00 00oun*an Va[ known as the "466 Timber Sale" has been put on hold lOusly held at illness and to make sure the have been children are safe. Anyone in- Issaquah terested in helping at the in the wake school may telephone 255- May Valley. 7800 to volunteer. grade LLD * * * t Apollo Ele- Maywood Junior High Fifth grade School PTSA is accepting Will be Wendy reservations for spaceat their a2nd grade October 29 arts and crafts before she fair. The activity will take Valley. The place from 10 to 3 p.m. in the teacher has school- gym. Telephone ;elected. Jackie Koeneman at 255- Start and May 5749 to make a reservation. Pre-School will Spaces will rent for $10 and Elementary. $15. lSSaquah District May Valley Elementary James Swick School secretary Nadia Central office Segien will move to Sunny tars will don Hills Elementary School. to serve up Because of the large enroll- ment at Sunny Hills a full meeting time and a half time secretary Opening of will be employed. event is ten- * * * to be held at Maple Hills Elementary School. School PTA has decided to hold all meetings in the even- 'us route lists ing to accommodate working in the office parents. Saquah District * * * on Fri- Lord of Life Lutheran at4p.m. Church has a new modular building in which Sunday School School classes are planned to Volunteers to house the increasing enroll- office, ment. The new building is and to call ready to be used when fall area who are Sunday School classes begin to verify on September 11. for at least a year, according to the Department of Natural Resources. Project Manager Ben Cleveland said the sale would be delayed until the depart- menus Forest Land Manage- ment Program has been com- pleted. A draft environ- mental impact statement was supposed to have been published by October 1, but will not be issued until the DNR's new program and various legislative changes have been completed in about a year. The department had ten- tatively proposed logging about 90 acres of hardwood on the south slope of Squak Mountain, overlooking May Valley. Bath Tissue FAMILY SCOTT Symphony needs concertmaster The olympic Youth Sym- phony, which draws musi- cians from Federal Way to Arlington and from Issaquah to Seattle, is holding audi- tions for concertmaster. The orchestra rehearses in South Bellevue on Monday evenings. A scholarship is available for this position. If you are interested in an audi- tion appointment or further informaton call Frances Walton at 392-5627 or Susie Toreth 226-4478. 4.Roll Pack g Lucerne, Assorted Yogurt A,so ,-oz Gourmet ....... 3 ctn."z S 1 j Darigold Butter ,-, s 18' ....... Pkg, Margarine SAFF=A ,,h cobed .............. kg 79' Gold-n-Soft Light 2-lb. $ i = Spread ............ Tub IMO Dressing ,..o. ............. Ctn. SS' LAKE FAMIL Y MEDICINE VARIETY DEPT. Donald 7". Stewart, M.D. announceS the opening of his family medical practice at the Pine Lake Dental-Medical Center 22725 S.C. 29th Issaquah 46,Ee45 FRUIT DRINKS Capri Sun BETTY CROCKER Cake Mixes c J Tender Chunks"N'"A"N 0, fog Fo ...... Cog $7 9 0., $1 TM Cat Litter *,-**'E ............ og Frosting''"c" ,,so, $1 ' Ready to Spread ........... Con j Zesta Saltines ....... ,,o. ....... kg 99  g Shampoo or Rovlon Flex co,,,oner ...... ',o,,."z $1 " e " __ Truly Fine Disposable $499  ulapers - M. ., Large ......... 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