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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, September 14, 1983 Around town Clubs Writers' Workshop The lssaquah Writers' Workshop, which has been in existence for approximately ten years, meets in the Issa- quah Library at 7:30 p.m. the second and fourth Thursday of every month except No- vember and December. To avoid holidays, those months meetings this year will be held on November 3 and 17 and December 8 and 29. Prose, poetry, novels, short stories, magazine and newspaper articles are read aloud and a written and ver- bal critique is offered by other workshop members. Marketing and other perti- nent information is shared. The only requirement is that after the initial visit, workshop members are asked to bring a manuscript to share at each meeting. University Women The Issaquah Branch of the American Association of University Women is holding its fall potluck meeting on Thursday, September 15, at 6 p.m., at Our Savior Lutheran Church. Following the salad pot- luck, the "Memberfest" pro- gram will reacquaint the old members and get to know the new ones. Study groups for the year will be described and ready for sign-ups. A short skit entitled "Dorothy and the Wizard of AAUW's" will be performed by our own Reader's Theater Group. Plan to join us! For more information call Ann Stieg- litz, Membership Chair, 392- 2485, or Debbie Deverick at 392-3211. Women's Aglow The Women's Aglow Fel- lowship of Issaquah will hold its meeting on September 16 at 9:15 a.m. at the Lutheran Bible Institute, 4221-228th S.E., Issaquah. There will be babysitting available. Dona- tion at the door will be $1.50. Speaker will be Pearl Todena. For further infor- mation call Mary Ann Walk- er at 392-5244. Valley Seniors The Golden Age Club will meet at 11 a.m. September 15 at the Community Baptist Church. Members will be called. For more informa- tion, call Sylvia Coulton, 392-7438. Reserve September 16 for the planning meeting for the October calendar. If unable to attend, suggestions may be submitted by September 14. The big Mystery Lunch Trip will be September 19. Van fare is $1; planners will try to keep lunch to $5. Sign up or call in by Sep- tember 21 for the Pickering Farm picnic. Board member Terre Harris arranged for a special picnic on September 25 to give all senior citizens one more chance to see the old place. There will be live music and food. Transporta- tion will be provided. Reservations must be in by September 16 if you want to Do the Puyallup on Septem- ber 22. The bus departs at 9:30 a.m.; fare is $2. The van for the Bellevue Creekside Professional Center Square shopping trip will leave the center at 10 a.m. on September 21. Welcome Wagon A Welcome Wagon board meeting will be held Thurs- day, September 15, 9:30 a.m., at the home of Barbara Gordon, 392-0334. Camerata group Studies opera Interested in Opera? Join the lssaquah Camerata Study Group. The first meeting of the season is Thursday, Sep- tember 15th at 7:30 p.m. For more information, call • Mary Smith, 392-8489 or Bonnie Clarke, 392-1522. Orthopedic Auxiliary The lssaquah Orthopedic Auxiliary will hold its first meeting of the year Thurs- day, September 15, at the Is- saquah Elks Club, 765 Rainier Blvd. The meeting will start at 11 a.m. The agenda consists of finalizing Salmon Day plans. New members are welcomed to come. Hostesses are -- Mrs. Esther Bush, Mrs. William Redl, Mrs. Paul Turcotte, and Mrs. Don Un- derwood. Eastside Women's Support Group An Eastside Women's Support Group is forming and will begin meeting Wed- nesday, September 14 from 10 a.m. to noon. For infor- mation, call Carole Danis, MSW, at 344-6838. Saddle-Lites earn $275 for benefit The Issaquah Saddle-Lites 4H Club raised a total of $275 for the Belinda Falgout Fund in Puyallup, to be used for a very delicate operation for a malignant tumor on her Does Gina have the look? Issaquah resident Gina Carlson of 21511 S.E. 22nd was a contestant in "The Look of 1983" contest held Tuesday, September 13 at Seattle's Fifth Avenue Theatre. She and another Issaquah woman, Shelly Wagner of 3306 217th Place S.E. were among 89 contestants in the contest, sponsored by Academy III, a finishing and self-improvement school in Seat- tle. The two were chosen from among 2,000 professional models from all over the Pacific Northwest and Canada. The winner of the regional "Look of 83" contest goes to New York for the nationals and that winner goes to Acapulco. scheduled for Sept. 15, and will be performed by a sur- geon in New York. Many thanks to Don Lay- son and his staff at the Issa- quah Arco, Feed & Tack for all their help and support. Issaquah Junior High PTA The lssaquah Junior High PTA will hold a coffee social Wednesday, September 21 in the school library so parents may learn more about the organization and meet the of- ficers. Plans for the year include parent education nights with subjects like student study skills, adolescent drug use and abuse and sexual abuse. The PTA board meets the first Thursday of each month at 9 a.m. at the junior high. All PTA members are en- couraged to attend those meetings. spinal cord. The surgery is OPEN HOUSE TIME TO REGISTER ;Cityti00htsYidecO ° I,, • Friday, Septe00be00.16th, 1983,. .... FolkArt, Tole and :: ,WE HAVE "BETA " Decorative Painting | . jerry W. Mitchell, D.D.S ................. Family Dentistry • • DeWitt Randall, D.M.D .................. Family Dentistry Combined Glass begins Sept. 21 '5)V:L.hRayteCll he'l'.DM'o.'. :::::::::::::: rrtt°; eedi( :eerr 6 lessons- $25 : II • 600N.W. GILMAN BLVD. • ISSAQUAH, WA98027 Wednesdays - 7 to 9:30 p.m. • (AND VHS) • __ Thursdays - 10-12:30 p.m. • ALL FILMS $4 EACH ANY DAY! , --- or 1-3:30 p.m. "_ VIDEO RECORDER RENTAL ; =00gSAN, o,w vo .. Czty" lzUhts- ". / V,_. Fall j • --,.__ e /if Plant,ng (00rtl00t . ,00l(le13 . SALE ? • " Fall is tree and T. (Bastl’ . 392-6700 : ) shrub planting time! I  | 19-111t Pla©e N.W. • Hours: Monday through Saturday11-S p.m., Sun;;12"6 p.m. • L [ I | Downtown Iqsaquah • 40 Front Street S., Issaqua  392-6123 • (Next To Rexall Drugs) • O Oeee•00000000 O LL DECIDUOUS FRUIT, FLOWERING 1 & SHADE TREES /3 OFF "EG. P,,cEsF,°M $10.95 to $3/.99 VFW Post and Auxiliary The VFW Post and Aux- iliary reminds all members of Albert Larson No. 3436 that there will be a meeting Mon- day, September 19. Ladies will meet at 1 p.m., men at 8 p.m. at the Eagles Hall, Front Street. New members are welcome! For more information call 392-2782. Hundreds of trees to choose from." ', JUNIPERS FRUIT FLOWERING SHADE * Apple * Cherry • Maple • Cherry * Crabapple • Sycamore • Pear • Plum • Sweet Gum • Plum • Hawthorne • Birch Many other varieties CHOICE SHRUBS . .,o.,...0o.,c. s 2 4 7 • Viburnum Davldii 1 gal. size • Cotoneaster Damerii YOURCHOICE • Tams Reg. to $3.49 • Golden Pfltzer • Bar Harbor 1 gal. size • Wtltonll YOUR CHOICE , Old Gold FLOWERING CABBAGE & KALE, 1, Sl.37,  Squak Mountain GREEN HOUSES & NURSERY S147 . Exit 15 Off 1-90, 1 Mile South On Renton-ls=aquah Road (Hlway 900) Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Closed Sunday = Pine Lake Community Club The Pine Lake Community Club will host in informa- tional evening with the developers of the Sam- mamish Highland Shopping Center, scheduled to break ground next to Sadlier's Country Store sometime this month. The meeting will be held Wednesday, September 21 at 8 p.m. at the Club house. Project coordinator Bar- bara Moss and marketing director Bob MacMillan of First City Equities will give a presentation and answer questions from the communi- ty. Women Voters A discussion on land use issues with City of Issaquah senior planner Anna Rabago will be held by the Issaquah Unit of the League of Women Voters Wednesday, September 21 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the meeting room of the Issaquah library. The public is welcome. Double Delights The September meeting of the Eastside Double Delights Mothers of Twins Club will be held Monday, September 26, 1983, at Highland Cove- nant Church, 15022 N.E. Bellevue-Redmond Rd., Bellevue. There will be an orienta- tion for new mothers of twins at 7 p.m., and a sale of used clothing and business meet- ing at 7:45. For more infor- mation contact Kathy Soren- son at 392-1139. Our meetings are open to the public and we encourage all parents of multiple birth children to attend. iii Who's news Dickson completes ROTC training Bryan S. Dickson, son of William H. and Jacqueline S. Dickson of 26063 S.E. 158th St., has completed a U.S. Air Force ROTC field training encampment at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. Dickson is a student at the University of California, Berkley. Jacobs wins in Echo Glen fundraiser • Richard Jacobs of Issa- quah won a cord of fire wood in an Echo Glen fundraiser. The fund raiser was held at the local Safeway store to as- sist in the purchasing of equipment for an outdoor component of Wenatchee Cottage, a residential treat- ment iarogram at Echo Glen. Films show mental health problems The psychiatric program of Valley General Hospital offers major motion pictures to the public at no charge. Each film projects a theme related to a psychological subject and is followed by a discussion of the subject ma- terial. The movie scheduled for Tuesday, September 27, is "Sarah T... Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic," starring Linda Blair and Larry Hag- man. Advance reservations are required. They may be made by calling the public relations office, 251-5117. Steven L. Jaffe, o.o., P.S. Doctor of Optometry Announces the relocation of his Issaquah contact lens practice to RENTON HIGHLANDS PROFES.SIONAL CENTER 3218 N E. 12th, Renton 228-3364 Manning to Norton Harvey Manning named co-chair of' paign to elect Norton to King Council position six. Manning is the Issaquah Club and a tivist. Norton, a resident, is c incumbent BruCe represents much side in King County matters. Chu Baha'is fireside talks The Issaquah munity is spons( nuing series of members and Baha'i Faith. The side will be held on September 23 of Sara and will feature a talk Lou and members of the Valley Baha'i who have recently from six months teaching in the The topic for the will be "The Most ing lssue." Evangelist Christian ev Aril Ev day, September II at the Faith, Christian Center, S.E., ½ mile east day Inn. According to Bjorn Ber .... ,va.r$1U directs European ministr: manages 5,000 workers in The by Evardsen has ble schools, biblical corresl courses and has than 30,000 mann says. Youth leaderS at St. Two leaders saquah shelter for youth will addreSS tember 18 Michaels and Episcopal S.E. and Maury Clark, found the shelter, Schipp, a social to direct its appear at 7:30 P': church. up to 60% Blouses, Tops, Slacks, Skirts, Lei., g;ure We $15.00 Rack $20.00 Rack THE Elizabeth D Gilman Village, Issaquah 392-7171 "'. " NOW, i (formerly Back-to-School... THE FRONT 9 | I Wroen, sVoertgOt a program for you. i PERMSPECIAL s //' " dO em Limited Offer " S I  ";''='-- 392-0326 GranPingSept. lSSwks, un.m.edc,ass. 29 I '°NiW':°A'd'r P"' 'ssaq uah I iF IIII I III I (back of Haberdasher Bldg.)