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exercise, I'd rather be watching ilosophy toward always been, you can walk; when you can why stand when why sit when you I could carry !Step further by saying lie there when you have to re. fascinates me, could watch it for to live, was just a few I used to go there for quite a were joggers, by on their fifth With sweat pouring bodies, their chests and their faces con- agony. I could tell having fun. seemed to be themselves too, time. The only problem was traveling approached a in his way at the a bicyclist travel- approached a in his way. #1 dodged to his the same time that dodged to his if they con- exercise or not. Norma Starks I By this time I was watching the rollerskaters. Some of these skaters are old-fashioned. They just go along skating by themselves and falling down by them- selves. My favorites, though, are the "new breed" -- the ones who snap a leash on their Great Danes, and hang on for dear life while the dog takes his run. The most in- teresting example was a girl who had two matching black Labradors, one for each arm. The only caution I would give you is, if you attempt this form of locomotion, you should think out in advance what you are going to do in any given situation. I could see that this young lady was carrying on a quick debate with herself as her dogs spot- ted a cat -- in the bushes, and gave chase. I think, of all the forms of humanity that use the lake, the ones who get the most ex- ercise are the walkers. It wasn't planned that way. I mean, most people walk because they are too lazy/tired/decrepit to do anything else. But by the time you have leaped one way into the bushes to avoid a jogger; and dived the other way, into the lake to avoid a bicyclist, and watched a group of skaters, (who are strung out six across, taking up the whole path) bearing down on you and leaving you nowhere to go but over their heads, you are really giving the Die muscles a workout. I met a little old lady in my old neighborhood once in better shape than 1 was (which, admittedly, is not hard). 1 asked her to what she owed her fine condition. She re- plied that she walked around the lake every day. Then I understood. That also explained the nervous tic in her eye. enrollment equals last year schools gained teacher will be for Re-entry total of 6920. As of Septem- more students in Program students at Issa- ber 28, there were 6902 full two weeks and more quah High. time equivalent students are being hired to As many as 80 more Re- registered. (Half-time kinder- them. At the Entry students are expected garteners only count as half a Board meeting, to come back to school student.) Final enrollment time and one part within the next month, ac- counts are made in the first authorized, cording to Superintendent week of October. will go to Issa- JimSwick. The district had an- and one to Issa- School enrollment is ticipated 6752 students would The part time almost equal to last year's enroll this year. fined by disclosure commission lain S o d e n, a n necessary statements. ful candidate for a According to the commis- position in sion, fines werelevied against District 10, 45 candidates statewide, at fined $25 by the the September 27 commis- lie Disclosure Corn- sion meeting. or failing to file the "The'action was taken on- ly after the candidates failed to respond to repeated at- tempts by the commission to bring them into com- pliance," said Graham John- son, administrator. Directory of Physicians and Dentists COUNSELORS T. Stephenaon Holmes, M.D., P.S. Individual and Family Psychiatry Pine Lake Dental-Medical Center 22727 S.E, 29th Street Isaaquah, 392-8213 DENTISTS Ronald J. Fasano Orthodontics for adults and children 125 Front Street S. , Issaquah 392-7533 Barry A. Feder Family dentist 64 Front Street S. Issaquah 392-7541 Robert C. Folkman General Dentistry 990-5th Ave. N.W. Issaquah 392-5602 Steven C. Harrop Family dentistry 970 6th Avenue N.W. Issaquah 392-4600 A.D. Lloyd General dentistry 85 N.W. Alder Place, Suite D Issaquah 392-6455 Edwin W. Mitchell Family dentistry 800 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah 392-1239 Jerry W. Mitchell Family dentistry 600 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah 392-6466 Jeffrey L. Parrlsh Family dentistry _. Pine Lake Dental/Medical utr. 22727 S. E. 29th StrEiet Issaquh 455-4222 Homer Perkins General dentistry 206 Front Street N. Issaquah 392-3744 DaWltt S. Randall Family dentistry 600 N.W. Gilman Blvd. tSsaquah 392-1256 Arnold R. Sims General Dentistry 206 Front Street N. Issaquah 392-5323 Charles H. Reed General dentistry 12th N W & Newport Way Issaqu'ah'392-1318 PHYSICIANS Creekslde Professional Center Ed Fougerousse Jr., M.D. Internal Medicine 600 N.W. Gilman Blvd., Suite A Issaquah 392-6090 John L. Thayer, M.D. Steven S. Ratcllffe, M.D. Orthopaedic Surgeons 600 N,W. Gilman Blvd., Suite E Issaquah 392-3030 Issaquah Medical Clinic John W. Tooley, M.D. Family practice Jerome L, Bushnell, M.D. Family practice Mark R. Jabbusch, M.D. Family practice William H. Klnnish, M.D. Family practice Elizabeth Lehmann, M.D. Family practice David Hurlbut, M.D., FACS General surgery Kent Basset, M.D. Ophthamology 640 Front St. No. 392-6486 Richard Whltten, M.D. Internal Medicine 640 Front St. No., 392-4032 Pine Lake Family Medicine Donald T. Stewart, M.D. Family physician 22725 S.E. 29th Issaquah, 455-2845 Village Family Medical Center L.J. Greenblatt, D.O. Family physician & surgeon 385 Front St. No. 392-8445 Pine Lake mural restored Pine Lake Junior High's student mural is back. Regulars and visitors at Pine Lake can again enjoy being greeted by this unique picture of student life. Four years ago, with the help of local artist Arlene Mickelson, Pine Lake students made the clay mural. Because of leakage in the mural's case, it had to be taken down and put back together again. Several weeks ago, with the help of three Pine Lake students, Mickelson reconstructed the mural in a new leak-proof case. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 5, 1983 - Page 3 Booster Club auction features air flights, celebrity tennis, microwaves The Issaquah High Model A coupe, season benefit current Issaquah Booster Club will hold its tickets to the Pacific Nor- High School students, many first annualauction on Satur- thwest Ballet and the Seattle of our supporters are people day, November 5, 1983, at Opera, a Franklin stove, Lit- whose children are already 7:30 p.m. in the Bellevue ton microwave ovens, a duck graduated, or whose children Community College Student hunt for two at the Old & are still quite young. It's Union. Dick Foley of the Best Duck Club in Samish become a true community ef- Brothers Four and KOMO Bay, ascenic flight to Mt. St. fort, and we hope it will be television personality will be Helena or the San Juans, and the first of many." the auctioneer, and Jack a Pacific Institute "Invest in Tickets are $50 per couple Morton of KVI will be the Excellence" seminar (single which includes hors Master of Ceremonies. The or couple) d'oeuvres, snacks, wine and purpose of the auction is to "The Booster Club other refreshments as well as raise funds to implement and members are very excited a $25 credit toward auction supplement school activities, about the auction and the in- purchases. For tickets call both academic and extracur- terest and support we are Sandy Rundy, 392-2922 or ricular, receiving from the entire Issaquah High, 392-6418. community," said J.D. People interested in donating Items to be auctioned in- Field, President of the Issa- items or in helping with clude a tennis match with quah High Booster Club. catalog preparation, ticket Lenny Wilkens and Jim "Even though the proceeds sales, cashiering, etc., may Marsh, a 1930 two-door from this year's auction will alsocali Issaquah High. I I II OPEN 9 AM to 9 PM DAILY 80 FRONT STREET SO. - ISSAQUAH IIIII BEEF WASHINGTON PORKRIB LEAN CHUCK ROAST CUT-UP FRYERS CHOPS GROUND BEEF ..69 L, 1.59 JENNIE-OTURKEYBREASTi!!/ ........ .'1.29 '1.59 PORK LOIN END ROAST .......................... ,.. VALCHRIS FRESH TURKEYS ,12-14LB ............... I, 98 STEW MEAT .q.78 QRNNY _ IIl SMITH APPLES ci00 N ORANGES 10 LB. POTATOES U.S. NO. 1 BALLPARK FRAN KS MEATOR EE. t,OZ. '1.48 MORRELL LUNCH MEATv,,.,,,.,oo,. 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