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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 19, 1983 Around town i Clubs Swim Team The lssaquah Swim Team Awards Banquet will he held November 2nd at 6:00 in the Issaquah Junior High cafeteria. All swimmers on the team (including new) will be honored; please plan on coming. This is a potluck dinner. The lssaquah Swim Team Board has two new members, Mike Donaldson and Larry Norton. The next board meeting will be November 7th, 7:30 p.m. at Capital Sav- ings and Loan on Front Street. Anyone may attend. Orthopedic Auxiliary The lssaquah Orthopedic Auxiliary will meet Thurs- day, October 20th, at the ls- saquah Elks Club, 765 Rainier Blvd. North. The meeting will start at 11 a.m. with the Christmas Dance plans on the aenda. Hostesses are Mrs. Clif- ford Aim, Mrs. Albert Clew, Mrs. Eleanor Bassett and Mrs. Roy Peterson. Emblem Club holds bazaar Issaquah Emblem Club members will hold their an- nual Christmas bazaar Satur- day, November 5, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Issa- quah Elks Lodge, 765 Rainier Boulevard North. Handcrafted items, ceramics, birdhouses, gold jewelry and other items will be on sale, and proceeds will go to local charitable pro- jects, according to Crystal Reilly, of the club. The Emblem Club is the ladies auxiliary to the Elks Club. Working Women's Aglow There will be a meeting Oc- tober 24 of women who are interested in having an even- ing Women's Aglow Fellow- ship begin in Issaquah. Women's Aglow Fellowship is an international organiza- tion of Christian women committed to Jesus Christ as Lord. Women are welcome to at- tend the meeting at Jacki Swansons, 460 S.E. Evans Lane, at 7 p.m. Call 392-8851 for more information. Job's Daughters The Issaquah Job's Daughters Bethel No. 2 will be performing the Obligation Ceremony on Monday, Octo- ber 24 at the Masonic Temple during a regular closed meeting, 7 p.m. All former Job's Daughters in the area are cordially invited to at- tend. Jobies meet regularly every 2nd and 4th Monday evening at the Issaquah Masonic Temple. Any girl interested in becoming a member should be 11 or older and should have a relative who is a Mason. For further in- formation about Jobies, please call Kris Robinson 392-1495. ii 4-H Clubs The lssaquah Mountain 4- H and Issy Buns and Pigs 4- H groups will hold a combin- ed enrollment night on Octo- ber 25, 7:30 p.m., at the lssa- quah . Library. Those in- terested in joining 4-H home ec, cats, rabbits, cavies, photography, arts & crafts, or the many other projects included in 4-H are invited to attend. 4-H is for all boys and girls 8 to 19 years old. Welcome Wagon The Welcome Wagon will have a board meeting Octo- ber 20, at 9:30 a.m., at the home of Mildred Edstom. For more information, call 392-3404. Women's Aglow The Women's Aglow Fellowship of Issaquah will meet October 21 at 9:15 a.m. at the Lutheran Bible In- stitute. Donation is $1.50. Child care is provided. Speaker is Esther Mills. For more information call Mary Ann Walker at 392-5244. I 'COUNTRY COOKBOOK' RECIPE CONTEST, THE ISSAQUAH PRESS | I Who's news Anderson V.P. of concrete association Norm Anderson of Lake- side Sand and Gravel has been elected vice president of the Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association. WACA is an association of producer members in the ready-mix concrete and ag- gregate producers in Wash- ington. Randle attends Scout conference Denise Randle, daughter of Rod and Claudia Randle of lssaquah, is scheduled to return from Washington, D.C. today, after attending a national leadership con- ference for Girl Scouts. Randle, along with a Seat- tle volunteer, were the Scouts' Washington state team at the meeting, which included a wide-ranging tour and introduction to national politics. In addition, Randle's selection includes a $500 scholarship to be paid following her graduation from Newport High School next year. A student council repre- sentative, Claudia is also ac- tive in the Aldersgate United Methodist Church. She has collected numerous Girl Scout awards. Brown wins $100 in state lottery David Brown of Issaquah was one of 250 who recently won $100 in the "consolation drawing" of the Washington State Lottery. The drawing was held for those who sent in three losing tickets to the lottery head- quarters. Drawings are held each Friday, and envelopes not chosen that week are des- troyed. Le Compte exhibits in Marymoor show Joan LeCompte of Issa- quah will be one of the ex- hibitors at the 12th annual Marymoor Museum Collec- torama Antique and Collecti- ble Sale, to be held Saturday, October 29 and Sunday, Oc- tober 30, at Rose Hill Junior High School, 13505 N.E. 75th, Redmond. Admission to the event, which includes miniatures, children's toys, jewelry, glass, pottery, lace, linen and other antiques, is $1. Pro- ceeds will go toward restora- /i Smokey's for sale Three local girls from Bellevue's Forest Ridge School show off Smokey the quah's Fox Hill Farm recently. Smokey will be auctioned November 5 durin for the school to provide scholarships for students. From left are Lisa Shap grader, Christina Magpayo, sixth grade and Whitney Zarlng, ninth grade. tion projects at the museum, which will move back into remodeled quarters in the spring. Nothwang reports to Camp Pendleton Marine Lance Cpl. Doug- las L. Nothwang, son of Mr. and Mrs. David R. Noth- wang of 1925 216th Ave. S.E., has reported for duty with let Force Service Sup- port Group, Camp Pendle- ton, Calif. Rusbuldt completes basic training Army Reserve Pvt. Patri- cia Rusbuldt, daughter of Richard P. and Anne E. Rus- buldt of 7217 129th S.E., Renton, has completed basic training at Ford Jackson S.C. She is a 1983 Liberty High. Airman Schuy completes basic Airman Don E. Sch been assigned to Force Base, colo., completing Air ForCe training. Schuy is a 1980 Liberty High -mmi-mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I A wh itewater ra fti ng tri p for 2, courtesy of River Runners Unlimited. ! 'COUNTRY COOKBOOK' I l * A champagne flight for 2 ona hot air balloon, c0urtesy0fAdventuresinBall00ning. = $100 in tires, from Fitzpatrick Tire i I ICIPE ENTRY FORM - DFADIE: OCTOBER 28, 1983 5 P.M. I i[ * $100 in gasoline, from Crossroads Exxon. Iii .oNE I l 5 pairs of Seattle Breaker tickets. _m I STREET ADDRESS .... CITY, STATE, ZIP I | i'D [ RECIPE NAM  i I * 5 pairs of Cinema 6 tickets, from Kirkland Parkplace Cinema. I I CATEGORY [3Appetizers []Soups [3Entrees [-]Desserts Ii|m .Apd .n,' that IS not enough, "Southbound"  U-- n' 00Cook00e, D0000hes I | thePrvldeHalloweenllVe music.,_. _Jin KGAA and the Sirloin Inn of_vourllfe! i t O]:GINOFRECPE: I-IOggrm3 E] Modified Family Reoipe I-]Modied zJne [ I =xtravaganza !1 or oookbook recipe I1%T"D*'S II o =,s, ! I In the Sirloin Inn Northshore Room, 8 P.M. n I P]EgP'tON I ! COSTUMES ARE REQUIRED! SEE YOU THERE! l '1 ' ' . .... I I I I II I i" ...... 'i NDNNaaNiNmiaNNaDmuNnNenallaNiainnNNaiNNNniNaHimHaaa 6) All entries become the property of The Isaaquah Press. The contestant, by entering, allows the Issaquah Press to publish the recipe I their country Cookbook on November 16, 1983. 7) Issaquah Press employees and their Immediate families as well as the judges and their immediate families am not eligible to enter. $250 from the Sirloin Inn for the best costume. TII= best costumed couple wins a trip for 2 to Reno the MGM Hotel from KGAA courtesy of the Bureau Hotels. The list of prizes doesn't stop there. The Si Inn is giving away a total of $450 in cash for the 4 be costumes of the night. KGAA, in addition to the tr to Reno, is also giving away: 1) To enter, hand print or type your favodte recipe on an official entry form, Mail to The lasaquah Press, P.O. Box HH, Issequah, WA 98027, by 5 p.m., October 28, 1982. 2) One entry per person per category. 3) Recipes must be the creation of the person entering the recipe, or may be a family recipe or cookbook OFFICIAL RULES .... recipe substantially modified by the entrant. 4) Three finalists will be chosen in each category and will be asked to provide the judges with a prepared recipeon Sunday, November 6, 1983 at 1:00 p.m. at the Holiday Inn of Issaquah. 5) Finalists and winners will be selected by a panel of judges whose decisions are final. FEED STORE DELI-CAFE FISCHER'S MEATS ISSAQUAH PRESS BEN FRANKLIN DARIGOLD PRODUCT DISPLAYS MARK-IT FOODS PUGET SOUND BAKING CO. & TEA ROOM PICK UP ADDITIONAL ENTRY FORMS AT: Your recipe could win a U)eekend =. Kalalod00 Lod00 KGAA & THE SIRLOIN INN /00ony one of SiXT:ther Ist place priz600 presenta 1091.1  GRAND PRIZE o nights lodging at Kalaloch Lodge HALLOWE EN N IG HT C.   ;IR ;;h;RlZ;S c0mphments Of The Issaquah Press \\; -'- t/ Appetizers -- $30 Gift certificate from Feed Store Deli_Cafe. EXTRAVAGANZA! J 2-,  Sups-$25GiftcertificatefrmMark-tFdsEntres-$25GiftcertificatefrmFischersMeats , The Sirloin Inn at Bothell Way N.E. and N.E. inger Way in Lake Forest Park is the place for th i, Desserts -- Lunch for 4 and $25 Gift certificate from Puget Sound Baking Co. & Tea Room. I  _ , Cookies-- Assorted products from Darigold Farms. ",, Ethnic Di.qhes -- Chicago Cutlery steak knife set from Ben Franklin party of your lifetime! There will be drawings for great prizes includin!