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The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 19, 1983 -Page 7 ,% t Issy Indians, 52 years ago ., .,. : Arthur Banflll, 1932 editor of the Issaquah High Scho01 yearbook has sent to the Pressa previously unpublished photo of the 1931 football team. All of the team graduated in 1932 or 1933. Many of the team members and other alumni will return to IHS this weekend to see the Indians, 52 years later, run for a touchdown or two during the Homecoming game against Lake Washington. Above, top row, from left: Tauno Erickson, right half; Dan Davies, fullback; Bill Castagno, quarterback; George Reint, left half. Bottom row: John Jarvi, right end; Clarence Skogman, right tackle; Art Banfill, right guard; Egon Nelson, center; AI Anderson, left guard; Oscar Soderstrom, left tackle; and Primo Filippi, left end. Some other members, not shown, were George Leaf, tackle; Austin Wheeler, halfback; Paul Knoernschild, tackle; Ivan Darst, halfback; Watson Grimes, right end; Jim Watkins, halfback; Toivo Nikko, guard; Linn Shaw, guard; Merle Pedegana, halfback; Art Leaf, guard; Ingolf Peterson, left end; and Art Carlson, end. Coach, Oscar Shobert. Donations to auction top $30,000 Donations to the lssaquah the Bellevue Community have aided special education, Booster Club Auction have College Student Union, star- the band, assisted in general passed the $30,000 mark, ac- ring at 7:30 p.m., and will improvement around the cording to J.D. Field, Presi- feature Dick Foley of the campus, given scholarships, dent of the lssaquah Booster Brothers Four as Auctioneer, sponsored college entrance Club. "The quality and Jack Morton of KVI as exam preparation courses scope of the items are ira- Master of Ceremonies, and, and much more, in addition pressive," Field said. according to Field, "an to contributing to the wide "Everything from hand- elegant and vast array of hors variety of sports activities. crafted gold earrings, d&apos;oeuvres and other deli- The interests of Booster Club original artworks, Cross pen cacies." Wine and other members are as wide as the and pencil sets and water beverages will also be served, interests of the high school skis, to sky diving lessons, The club hopes to raise students," Field continued, condominium accommoda- $25,000 from the event, tions in Sun Valley and a which will be used to imple- "With school funds as ModelA Ford. ment and supplement pro- limited as they are in many "These things will prob- grams at Issaquah High areas," he concluded, "the ably be auctioned off at School, both academic and success of the auction can much less than their normal extra-curricular, make a significant impact on retail price," Field con- "Perhaps because of our the school." tinued, "so it's a great presence at school sports Tickets for the event are opportunity to do some early events in our obvious gold $50 per couple, which in ad- Christmas shopping, save and, new this year, purple dition to all entertainment some money, and at the same jackets, many people think and refreshment, includes a time, have a fun evening and we are primarily sports $25 credit toward auction make an important contribu- oriented," Field noted, purchases. Master Charge tion to the community. " "We'd like to correct that and Visa will be accepted. The Booster Club Auction misconception. Since Booster For tickets call Issaquah is to be held November 5, at Club's formation in 1979, we High School, 392-6418. homecoming thJs weekend of Is- ing to Carmen Ek Olson, Official events begin with H i g h S c h o o I coordinator, the registration and then with will get their an- Mabel Ek Brady, one of the homecoming assembly to remem- three graduates of the first scheduled for lp.m. this Friday and Issy class of 1911, is expected At 2:10, a coffee for alums the school opens to attend according to Olson. will be held. g. Adelina Stefanie Doi'ner, begin Friday at class of 1913, is not able to Then, at 7:30 p.m., the an- with registration attend because of illness, nual Homecoming football and will game will feature the Issa- through that night's Dr. Ivor Morgan, class of quah Indians versus the Lake game and on to 1933, is anticipated as a Washington Kangaroos at evenings' alumni speaker during the Friday the I.H.S. stadium. assembly. Dr. Morgan spent During halftime of the 'classes this yearare many years as a doctor in game, the 1983 Homecoming 1943, 1953, Saudi Arabia early in his Queen will be chosen and the and 1983, accord- career, class floats will be on parade. HOMECOMING Saturdav, October 22nd Corsages & Boutonnieres . designed especially for you! ,<  i, I , )i and for HALLOWEEN...( Celebrate with a Halloween Balloon Bouquet a designed Arrangement ! Downtown Issaquah 392-6923 PLIANCE WATER HEATER REPAIRS ... for your continued el It's always a pleasure to our many valued customers. We parts for do.it.yourselfers, and rapt quality service for the person wants it done. "Service Is Our Business" APPLIANCE SERVI;E 4-3155 392-6058 2011-216th S.E., lssaquah Ken ] since 1954 On Saturday, the events revolve around the returning alumni exclusively. A buffet dinner is planned from 6 until 7:30 p.m. with continuous serving until 7 p.m. Then there will be an annual meeting of the alumni association with election of officers for 1984. A roll call of all alumni in attendance will follow, allowing plenty of time for pictures and sharing stories. At 9 p.m. a dance will wrap up the festivities. i | Fasanos COFFEE SHOP, DINING ROOM & LOUNGE Famous for Charbroiled Steaks Filet Mignon, New york, Rib Eye and Top Sirloin. We cut our own! and Fresh Seafood All served with your choice of potato, large green salad with our own recipe salad dressings, hot roll and butter. LIVE MUSIC & DANCING with Dan Carter, Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the lounge. Live football on our SEAHA WK SUNDA YS: slo Screen TV and hot popcorn, from 1 p.m. Add Fall Color t0y0uryard D0gw00dwh,,, s19.95 Sweetgum ,,.,, Green Japanese Maple s15.95 Laceleaf Maple 3'-4' SAVE $15.00 FIIRS NURSERY SE-VE-NI N2650F Monday-Saturday 9 to 5 NG ISSA(IUAH INDIANS us. LAKE WASHINGTON KANGAROOS O0 INOIANSI TIE THOSE KANGAROOS OOUAII 7--JEFFSEE 8--KIRK KRISKOVICH 35--CLARK HARMON 15--TIM STEVER 39--EDWARD CARLTON 17--KEVIN LANDDECK 40--STEVE RIDER 20--SCOTTSCHAEFER 43--DARRYL RIENY 22--SCOTTSAUNDERS 45--GARY DEMPSEY 24--ROB ROE 46--CRAIG SUMMERS 25--JAN TERRY 50--BRAD BIELKA 27--TOM McGANN 56--PAUL WERNER 32--JEFF JOYCE 57--RAN MOE 33--SEAN NELSON 60--ARNIE PELLUER 76--ERIC HANSON 62--KEVIN SCOTT 63--ERIC POWELL 64--PAT MORTON 65--JOHN WRIGHT 67--DUANE TEMCOV 68--SCOTT JENSEN 71--CHRIS JACKSON 73--FRANK CRICCHIO 74--SCOTT KENNEALLY 89--RAN EVANS 77--BRETT WIESE 79--MIKE KNOWLES 80--ROCKY HIBBS 83--TODD BERG 84--TIM KILLIAN 85--SCOTT BAKER Head Coach: Gary More Ass't. Coaches: John Jarvinen, Dick Munro, Dave Evans, Randy Wood, George Reid, Norm Evans, Gary Bruneete, Rob Mtchaelson Managers: Shari McDonald, Laurie Hansler, Lisa Hansler, Mindy Woods, Dean Langenfeld, Daryl Lind- strand Team Physician: Dr. Dick Andersen Statistician: Jerry Roundy 87--PETER ERICKSON Cheer Staff: Sharon Dean, Jennifer Decker, Dawn 88--BRYCEGREENHALGH Gildenvan, Heldi Kayler, Rhonda Kutz, Shannon Odegard, Debi Sammann, Lori Saunders Majorette: Shannon Doherty FRIDAY NIGHT, OCT. 21, 7:30 P.M. ISSAQUAH HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM LAKESIDE SAND & GRAVEL COMPANY, INC. 6600 230th Ave. S.E. Issaquah, 746-5660 BAKAMUS TRUCK REPAIR COMPANY 1791st Ave. S.E. Issaquah, 392-1268 MOUNTAIN APPLIANCE SERVICE 840 S.E. Newport Way Issaquah, 392-3555 ISSAQUAH PRESS 45 Front St. S. Issaquah, 392-6434 DARIGOLD FARMS 611 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392-6463 GASLAMP TAVERN 1295 N.W. Mall Issaquah, 392-4547 ISSAQUAH FLORAL & GIFT SHOPPE 94 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392-7566 HITCHMAN TRAILERS 147019th Ave. N.W. Issaquah, 392-1205 on,,,,, BILL'S CHEVRON 25 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, 392-3020 DIET CENTER 110512th Ave. N.W. Issaquah, 392-9559 LEO'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 90t/= N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, 392-3800 FLINTOFTrS ISSAQUAH FUNERAL HOME 540 E. Sunset Way Issaquah, 392-6444 ROLLIN' LOG TAVERN ISSAQUAH GLASS, INC. 50 E. Sunset Way 1380 N.W. Mall Issaquah, 392-2964 Issaquah, 392-5333 LEWIS TRUE-VALUE HARDWARE 95 Front St. N. JAY BERRY'S PIZZA & PASTA Issaquah, 392-6919 385 N.W. Gilman Blvd. KILLIAN'S CLEANERS Issaquah, 392-0808 Factoria SQuare & Hi-Lo Shopping Center 643-0993 & 392-3200 GRANGE SUPPLY, INC. 145 N.E. Gilman Blvd. ISSAQUAH AUTOMOTIVE CENTER Issaquah, 392-3029, 392-6469 1650 N.W. Mall Issaquah, 392-7020 WELCOME WAGON POWERS INSURANCE Helen Raid 98 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392-7494 Issaquah, 392-6453 ST. REGIS FOREST PRODUCTS 5210 E. Lk. Sammamish Pkwy. S.E. VILLAGE FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER Issaquah, 392-5367 Dr. L.J. Greenblatt DOUG'S SHELL-MART Liberty Team Physician Open 24 Hours 385 Front St. N. 1605 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, 392-8445 Issaquah, 392-7452 SPACE FOR THIS AD PROVIDED BY THE SPONSORS LISTED ABOVE R ELECT BRUC MUNICIPAL LEAGUE KING coUNTY coUNCIL HIGHEST RATI NG: Paid for by Bruce Lalng Supporters, Bert Willlamson,Treasurer G.O.P.