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Page 12- The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 19, 1983 Rotary honors top science students Jerry H ollingsworth, everything that he has done. majoring in pre-medicine. He Liberty High senior, and Jon I n addition to his plans on entering into a Peterson, Issaquah High senior, were honored as Stu- dents of the Month for Sep- tember by the Issaquah Rotary Club. The recogni- tion came for their achieve- ments in the field of science. Hollingsworth, son of Jerry and Virjean Hollings- worth, has been involved in a wide range of activities and interests at Liberty. He has taken independent science study as well as physics and electronics. He is currently enrolled in biological sciences. Chuck Thuot, one of his teachers, in introduc- ing Jerry said that he has consistently exhibited out- standing performances in achievements in the field of science, Hollingsworth is a member of the National Honor Society, a manager in four sports, a co-editor and business manager of the school • yearbook, a member of the school's Thespian So- ciety, and the sports writer for Liberty in the lssaquah Press. He has received awards in English, science and mathematics. His post- high school plans including studying electrical engineer- ing at M.I.T. with a look toward a career in computer design. Peterson, son of Bernt and Robert Peterson, plans on at- tending a university and career in a health related field. At lssaquah High he is a member of the school's Traffic Court, the National Honor Society, and the senior men's service group, Shamen. In introducing Jon his instructor, Mac Adams, described him as dedicated and committed science stu- dent who has taken most all regular and advanced courses in science and a student well respected by the teaching staff in the department. Students of the Month from each of the high schools are honored monthly by the local Rotarians. In the month of October outstanding stu- dents in the language arts field will be recognized. Gin is good tonic The Village Theatre will open D.L. Coburn's delightfully funny "The Gin Game" on Thursday, October 27 through November 26. Performances are Thursday through Satur- day at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Directed by Carl Darchuk, "The Gin Game" Is set in what Weller Martin calls "an old-age home." It centers around a self-appointed gin expert and a novice cardplayer, Fonsia Dorsey (played by Issaquah's Holly Jansen), who seems to have a rash of beginner's luck much to Weller's chagrin end our amusement. Harry Evans of KIrkland, who played the lead In last season's "On Golden Pond," plays Weller. Settings are by Bruce Jackson, Jr. and costumes are by Josie Gardner. There is strong language in the play. \\;1 Pre-Christmas SALE October 2 6- 2 7- 2 8 Plan to be there! Tole Painting Class Pre-register now! Begins Nov. 2 & 3 Wednesdays 7 to 9:30 p.m. Thursdays 10 to 12:30 p.m., 1 to 3:30 6 lessons for $25 00raft (00astle liMsI Pla©e N.W. Downtown Issaquah 392-6123 Theatre sells spook costumes The Village Theatre will again sell costumes prior to Halloween. The costumes are from "My Fair Lady," which closed last week, and all shows during last year's season. The sale will be held 2 to 7 p.m. on Friday and Satur- day, October 21, 22, 28 and 29. 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