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The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 26, 1983 - Page 3 need harmless childhood disease away with all 'eally good childhood nowadays. What happened to "The really a childhood disease. You you didn't have it was all right to go ld play, but you go to school. Talk YOur made-to-order disease! lot of connected with It was a skin irrita- a mass of tiny water that formed between Of course, it it- crazy and if you Scratching it would was quite sure caused it. When other had it, mothers believe that it was uncleanliness, but their own children got Vas a raging epidemic Fred Marler that was sweeping the school. I think it might have been the side-effects of some hormone activity, or something like that. Anyway, it was a harm- less little malady that us kids just loved. There was an unwritten understanding at the school I attended which provided that the first kid to get The Itch would come to school with- out telling his mum, so the rest of us could expose our- selves before he was sent home from school. We'd rub the sides of our fingers over the blisters, then watch hopefully. Standard treament for The Itch was sulphur powder stirred into a dab of Watkin's salve. I don't think it did a lot of good, but it was a gooey mess that kept you from scratching, and I guess to that end, it was successful. Trouble with The Itch was it dried up too soon. You never hear about it anymore. I guess it was a vic- tim of Sulfa or Penicilin or some other wonder drug. It's a shame too, because kids need a harmless little disease that will keep them out of school for a while, especially in the spring. citizens sought for legislative internships interested in Legislative interns 1984 regular ses- of the Washington may apply to Area Agency on (AAA). Each of the 13 AAAs will recom- three senior citizens to session. The other two will act as alternates. The senior citizen legisla- tive intern program was initiated in January 1982. It is modeled after the student intern program, which per- mits the Legislature t hire a number of college students as legislators and committees. Assignments, mostly in Olympia, include some clerical work and constituent contact as well as research and committee work, averag- ing 40 hours a week. Interns are paid a weekly stipend .of. $100. Recreation corner Rotary honors high school language arts students iii The Issaquah Parks and Recreation Dept. is taking regis- tration for the fall programs. Contact the Park Dept., 392- 7131, for further information on the following programs. Aerobic Dance: Maywood Jr. High, lssaquah Jr. High, Pine Lake Jr. High, Apollo Elementary, lssaquah Valley Elementary, Community Hall, mornings, afternoons & even- ings. Senior Dancercise: Mondays & Wednesdays. Youth basketball coaches needed for elementary boys and girls basketball program this winter. Winter Youth Basketball Leagues: Includes a basketball class for boys and girls grades 1 & 2, basketball leagues for boys and girls grades 3-10. All-star basketball teams are offered for 6th, 7th and 8th graders. Call Park Dept. and leave name if interested. Volleyball Open Gym: Mondays, 7-9:00 p.m., Clark Elementary starting Oct. 3, 17 years and older, $1.00 per per- son per night. Adult Basketball Open Gym: Tuesdays, 7-9:30 p.m., Pine Lake Jr. High, $1.00 per person per night. Women's Basketball: Wednesdays, 14 and older. Indoor Tennis Lessons: Call Issaquah Tennis Club, 392- 7003 for further information. CPR Class: Thursday, Oct. 27, 15 years and older. , Michelle Flanagan, a senior at lssaquah High and Diana Packer, a senior at Liberty High, were honored as Students of the Month for October by the lssaquah Rotary Club. Both have ex- celled in the field of language arts. Flanagan, daughter of William and Donna Flanagan, is also the only member of the senior class with a straight A average through her high school career. Her sponsor, Doug Simpson, stated that without question she is one of the " most outstanding student in Diana Packer advanced English classes. She is a member of the Na- Court and the Presidelat of tional Honor Society, partici- the senior girls service paLed in the Knowledge organization, Keshani. She Bowl, is a member of the plans to attend the University school's Student Traffic of Washington next year, Mlchelle Flanagan majoring in science. She also is a member of the school's swim team. Packer, daughter of Dean Packer, plans on attending the University of Oregon to pursue pre-optometry and then transfer to Pacific University to complete work towards becoming a doctor of optometry. Cathy Hairier, Diana's sponsor, described her as a skilled and thought- ful writer. Diana is the editor of the school yearbook, also a member of the National Honor Society, a member of both the National Thespian Society and the senior girls service organization, Signets. She also has actively ,par- ticipated in drama for two years. The local Rotarians mon- thly honor outstanding stu- dents from each of the dis- trict high schools in some special field of involvement. November students will be recognized in the field of art. O ,o +.. S...E..O -,S..OU.. i of Representatives December. A ve committee will from each to serve in the during the 60-day interns to assist legislators and committees with research and preparation of legisla- tion. The senior citizen interns are assigned to one or more needed to help kids len Children's Cen- activities at the center. The Snoqualmie needs a individual must be at least 21 assistant to help years of age. Training will be SUPervised recreational provided. 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