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November 9, 1983

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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, November 9, 1983 Around town i are: President, Carri Ruby; CI bs Who&apos; U o h a nn n; S news Garden Clubs host flower show The Washington Statc Federation of Garden Clubs will present its annual holi- day flower show, "Golden Reflections," and craft bazaar November 16 and 17 at the Bellevue Red Lion Inn. Hours are 6-9 p.m. Wednes- day and 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday. View uniquely staged arrangements and decorated trees, with entry landscape designs by commercial nur- series. Demonstrations will include corsages for gift packages, weeds for autumn bouquets, corn husk crafts and a do-it-yourself wreath smorgasbord. From 7-9 p.m. November 16 there will be special Christmas arrangements demonstrated by Pat Quigley of Bellevue. Unusual con- tainers will be featured from local potters. Admission is $2. Explorers hold orientation meeting Explorer Search and Res- cue, a division of the Boy Scouts, will hold an orienta- tion meeting at Gibson Hall from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Novem- ber 10. Future members must be 14 years of age or older. Learn what equipment and obligations it takes to be- come a member. Members search for lost hikers and hunters, carry the injured out of the wilderness, and help the sheriff with evidence searches. It is a voluntary organization. Sidekicks 4-H The Pine Lake Sidekicks 4- H horse program has recently elected new officers. They Secretary/Treasurer, Jeannie Pearson; and reporters, Abbi Everest and Molly Bohan- ,IOI,. The Pine Lake Sidekicks are looking for new members who own or lease a horse in the Pine Lake Plateau area and who are in the third to the sixth grade. The club is anxious for new members as they are a rather small group. Meetings are held on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 7:30 p.m. For more information please con- tact Adrian Medved at 392- 1289. League of Women Voters The League of Women Voters, Lake Washington East will hold a discussion on fiscal issues will take place Wednesday, November 16, 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the meet- ing room of the lssaquah Public Library. The public is welcome to this lssaquah unit of the League of Women Voters. For background for this meeting the public is wel- come to attend a League of Women Voters discussion on November 9th at 7:30 p.m. at the Lake Hills Library public meeting room. "Why taxes are a women's issue" will be presented by a panel at this November 9 meeting. 4-H Leaders Council The Area 5 4-H Leaders Council" will be meeting at 7:30 on Wednesday Novem- ber 9 at the lssaquah Valley Elementary School Library. There will be a discussion about the calendar of events for the 1983-84 4-H year, as well as preliminary planning for the Area 5 Public Presen- tation Night, and the Spring Minifair. A.J. Culver Mayor Culver wins Mountaineer Award A.J. Culver, Issaquah Mayor, is this year's Moun- taineer service award winner, has a long and active record in The Mountaineers. He joined in 1970, com- pleted the Basic and Inter- mediate Climbing programs and became chairman of the Climbing Committee in 1975. He served as chairman of the Outdoor Division in 1977-78, and was elected to the Board of Trustees in 1978. Offices held include Vice. President, 1978-79, and President, 1979-81. He's been a key figure on many other committees in the Club, including the Site Selection Committee, Books Management Board and the Nominating Committee. During his tenure as presi- dent, he was instrumental in developing a uniform and systematic approach to mak- ing Club Policy by the Board of Trustees. Many members know him as a climb leader; others know him as an alpine scrambler and Nordic skiing participant. Outside of the Club, he has been a candidate for public office and has been active with the Issaquah Schools and as a director of North- west Wilderness Programs. Bentzen completes basic training Pvt. John T. Bentzen, son of Eric and Karen Bentzen of 110 Sixth Ave. N.E., has completed basic training at Fort Jackson S.C. He is a 1983 graduate of Is- saquah High. Anderson, Culpon graduate from WSU A pair of Issaquah resi- dents, Reef W. Anderson and Ann Marie Culpon were among the more than 500 persons who graduated from Washington State University at Pullman, in August. Anderson received a B.S. degree in geology and Cul- pen received a B.A. in hotel and restaurant administra- tion. Bombyk representative on hearing aid council lla M. Bombyk, of Issa- quah, has been appointed a consumer representative on the Washington State Coun- cil on Hearing Aids by Governor John Spellman. Bombyk's two year term will expire in September of 1985. AT A BIG SAVINGS ....... R/S PLUS ' STEEL BELTED RADIAL WHITEWALL P155/80R13 PLUS $1.50 EE.T. INZE PRICE RE.T. P165/80R13 $53.78 $1.64 54.97 1.83 P185/80R13 55.90 1.90 PIRS/75R14 56.98 200 PlgS/75R14 59.83 2.13 P205/75R14 64.62 2.34 IIZE PNCE RILT, P215/75R14 $86.76 $2. P225/75R14 69.67 2.67 P205/75R15 64.94 2.44 P215/75R15 68.69 2.59 P225/75R15 70.99 2.74 P235/75R15 76.85 2.96 TIRF PRICES INCLUDE MOUNTING AND EXCHANGE And You Receive The. ARMSTRONG HIWAY 750-16/8 800 - 16.5/8 875-16.5/8 950-16.5/8 12-16.5/8 PRICE $69.95 66.84 74.79 80.42 107.00 ARMSTRONG TRACTION 750-16/8 800-16.5/8 875-16.5/8 950-16.5/8 12-16.5/8 PRICE s74.75 72.71 77.38 87.44 109.95 F.E.T. $3.54 3.34 3.78 4.21 5.70 F.E.T. $3.97 3.43 3.95 4.43 5.70 COMPUTER SPIN BALANCE RUBBER VALVE STEMS 5000 MILE ROTATION FLAT TIRE REPAIRS RE-BALANCE (WHEN NECESSARY) AIR CHECKS WITH THE BIG-O FULL FREE REPLACEMENT WARRANTY Warranty against failure due to workmanship or materials and OAD HAZAID$. If failure occurs during the life of the tread (down to 2/32nd remaining tread) the tim will be repaired or replaced free if you return the failed tire to an authorized Big "O" Tire Store. ISSAQUAH 60 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 392-3831 RobertJohnson Johnson joins Murphey Favre Former Issaquah resident Robert A. Johnson has join- ed the Seattle office of Mur- phey Favre, Inc. as a Regis- tered Representative. Johnson previously work- ed in financial planning with Home Life Insurance Com- pany. He attended the Uni- versity of Washington. Originally from Issaquah, he now lives in Kirkland. Lindblad promoted to division officer Lt. Randy Edward Lind- blad, commissioned in the Naval Dental Corps in June, has been promoted to divi- sion officer at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego. Upon graduation, he was also the recipient of the American Society of Den- tristy for Children Merit Award for his work on child patients. Lindblad is the hus- band of the former Tara Otonicar and,l;0 n of Mary and Gordoff E(ndblad, Jr., all of Issaquah. Gladhills lecture on European rose gardens The Valley Rose Society will meet Thursday, Novem- ber 17, at 7:30 p.m., in the Kent Lutheran Church, 336 South 2nd, in downtown Kent. The program for the" meet- ing is a slide presentation by Ted and Karen Gladhill, of their May 1983 tour of public rose gardens in France and Great Britain. The Gladhills, of Issaquah, are American Rose Society members and maintain a large rose garden at their home. They travel frequently to Europe, record- ing their travels on film. The public is invited to attend. A discussion on fall rose care will follow the program, and refreshments and a rose bush auction will conclude the November meeting. For further information call Don Morrow, 392-1115. Condotta, Folkins on WSU newspaper staff Two Washington State University students from Is- saquah have been appointed to the staff of the Daily Ever- green, the University's stu- dent newspaper. Robert Condotta, a junior, has been appointed sports editor. He is a 1981 graduate of Is- saquah High and has been a member of the Evergreen for two semesters. He was also the managing editor of the Summer Evergreen, the stu- dent newspaper published weekly during the eight-week summer session. Gall Folkins, a junior, has been appointed staff writer specializing in campus news. She is a 1981 graduate of lssaquah High. The Evergreen is printed Monday through Friday and has a circulation of 23,000 on and off the WSU campus. Hansen completes basic training Airman Deborah L. Han- sen, daughter of Howard I. #.,,i 00#:brook ,-.I In Issaquah 5 Minutes From 1-90 NOW RENTING ill 1 Hansen of Vancouver, Wash., and Donna M. Wel- don of 12019 156th Ave. S.E., Renton, has been as- signed to Chanute Air Force Base, I11., after completing Air Force basic training. She will now receive specialized instruction in the fuels specialist field. She is a 1983 graduate of Liberty High. Thomas Wells Wells takes over Hestnes project Robert J. Lowe, President of Lowe Enterprises, Inc., Los Angeles and Thomas R. Wells, President of Wells Development Corp., Belle- vue announced that Wells Development Corp. has been merged with Lowe Enter- prises Northwest, Inc. effec- tive October 1. The com- bined activities of the two corporations in the Seattle area will include both build- ing and residential land development. Lowe Enter- prises Northwest will be bas- ed in Bellevue. Wells has been appointed Senior Vice President and General Manager of the com- pany and in that capacity will be responsible for all development and l'fia'r'l<eti'ng activities in the 'P/ii:ific Northwest. Several commercial pro- jects currently under development by Mr. Wells' firm will be carried on by Lowe Enterprises Northwest. Wells will also be responsible for the development of the Hestnes property, a new planned community of 3,200 dwelling units on the East Sammamish Plateau. This project is being developed by an affiliate of Lowe Enterprises on behalf of a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Hartford Insurance Group. In addition to its resi- dential units, the project will include a neighborhood shopping center and recreat- ional amenities. Construc- tion of the first phase of resi- dential units is anticipated to begin in 1984. Whitt top fund-raiser in volleyball marathon Gary Whitt, 17030 Tiger Mountain Road, S.E., Issa- quah was one of the top money raisers in a recent volleyball marathon sche- duled to raise funds for the Easter Seal Society. More than 50 teams from throughout Puget Sound par- ticipated in the event, which raised $7,000 for the society which fights birth defects. Karren manager at Washington Credit Clead Karren, of lssaquah, has been promoted to the position as marketing manager of the Bellevue- based Washington Credit, Inc. firm. Karren has been with the firm since 1983, according to Dan Hunter, president. He has seven years' experience in other customer relations problems, Hunter said. Correction In the November 2 issue of the Press, it was reported in a 50th wedding anniversary ar- ticle that Wilbur Montz was a former manager of the Bellevue Thunderbird Motel. He was, in fact, the head maintenance engineer for the motel for six years. f, Issy graduates in ' U.W. honor Four 1983 Issaquah graduates, Mary Ann yard, Anne Marie Erin E. Ressler and tha Rose Steele have the University of ton's College of Arts Sciences Honors Continuing in the program requires scholarship and leads to an program of study portunities. Births Carly Ittes Cindi Sherstad lttes Scott Ittes are the their second child,: Dawn Sherstad Oct. 22nd at tai. Carly weighed 9 6 ounces. , Ryan Scott lttes isCarlY 4-year-old brother. Grandparent of born are Dan Sherstad, of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bellevue. The 32nd Place, lssaquah; ':" John Slavin Patricia Ann Nicholas Slavin parents of their John William minutes before the Halloween, October Overlake Hospital, ,,, John, who pounds, 14 ounces with his parents at Mt. Pilchuck Place. " Grandparents Of born are Jack and Slavin, of Harvard, Beverly and William of New Richmond,. Great grandparent May Reisberg, mend, and NicholaS of Danbury, Iowa. Contest ends Nov. 16 Gift Certificate awarded Nov. 22 0000Callfordetails392-2035 Pets & Supplies 685 N. W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah WA 98207 Classic Women's Apparel Fall Suit Clearance Save 20% to 30% on Pendleton, Jones, John Meyer & Others 392-3302 Gilman ViUage i issaquah ,:. i Hours: 0.5:: b Mon.-Sat. 1 Sunday 1-5