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Page 8 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, November 9, 1983 I ;saquah High players present musical 'Grease' lssaquah High School's all-school production of the musical "Grease" opens No- vember 10 and runs through the 19th. "Grease" is full of energy, dancing and fast paced rock- a-billy. Set in the fifties, the plot revolves around a group of high school teenagers out for a good time. Sandy Dumbrowski, played by Sharon Dean, is a gentle, pure, naive girl who falls in love with a cool, easy- going greaser named Danny Zuko, played by Scott Sin- dora. He is the leader of the "Burger Palace Boys," a group of callous, hard, tough guys from Rydell High School, played by Alex Berry, Erik McGuinness, Barry Henthorn, and Robert Barnes. Betty Rizzo, played by An- nette Crosley, heads the "Pink Ladies," a gang of gum-chewing, hip-swinging girls that Sandy has trouble fitting in with. They are played by Trish Lewis, Missy Spencer, and Stephanie Brieger. Before the play begins, Sandy and Danny have had a summer romance. The musical starts when they discover they are going to the same high school. Carl Darchuck, director of "Grease" and artistic direc- tor of the Village Theater says he feels one of the strongest points of the play is the superior singers in the cast. The distinctive sets de- signed by Alex Berry are another complement to the play. The show, written by War- ren Casey and Jim Jacobs, includes an abundance of conflicts, but in the midst of the story line the exciting singing and dancing takes control, with songs like "Summer Nights," "We Go Together," and "Born to Hand Jive." Opening night is Novem- ber 10 in the Issaquah High School cafeteria. "Grease" plays also on the 11, 12, 17, 18, and 19. Tickets will be on sale at the door and at the school. Health care for mothers, daughters discussed Planned Parenthood of Se- attle-King County's Bellevue branch will hold a class on health care concerns for mothers and their daughters 10 and up on Tuesday, No- vember 29 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. The program will be held at the Bellevue clinic, 1420 156th Northeast, Bellevue. help parents and children gain current accurate in- formation and learn to com- municate more easily about sexual concerns." Class leaders will discuss puberty and glandular changes, pelvic infections, breast exams, dating and de- cision-making about sexuali- ty and communication with mothers, fathers and peers. Interested mother and daughters may call 747-1050 to register. The class fee is $10 per family. A similar class for fathers and sons will be held Decem- ber 6. "Planned Parenthood is Taxpayers, take your money! responding to many requests At least five taxpayers from parents for help in whose last known address educating their own children was Issaquah have failed to about sexual health," said claim federal income tax re- Lee Minto, Executive Direc- funds which came back for of Planned Parenthood undeliverable by the post of- of Seattle King County. rice. "We're offering classes to Jerry and Nancy Dillon, II I Robin C. Ashley, Kevin and T.L. Morris Hansen, Nicholas Hoyt and Cheryl Lynn Randall all have re- funds coming, according to 1RS spokesman Michael J. Quinn, district director. How much do you know about EXTENDED-WEAR soft contact lenses? Old you know that... 5oft contact lenses can now be worn for as long as 30 days ? * Practically every common vision problem can be corrected with EXTENDED- WEA R.soft contact lenses ? Many people who need bifocals are now wearing EXTENDED- WEAR soft contact lenses ? You can have a FREE trial examination to determine if you too can look better and feel younger with EXTENDfD- WEAR soft contact lenses ? ,CALL US TODAY! Mark H. Cohn, O. 156511 N.E. 24th Bellevue Director of Optometry Phone 746-9914 D 85 NW Alder, Issaquah Phone 392-5381 !!ii!!i! The Burger Palace Boys demonstrate their "Greased Lightning" In this scene. Pictured left to right (front) are Erlk McGulnness, Jonathan Jones, Alex Barry, and Barry Henthorn. (Back) Robert Barnes, Scott Sindora, and John Nieren- berg. Photo by Jeff Nye. Job fair for older workers Persons age 55 and over, new to or re-entering the job market, are invited to the Older Worker's Job Fair scheduled for Tuesday, No- AM "the eastside's complete news and country mus,c stat=on." News on the half hour mornings, afternoons and evenings KINGC0 high school football every Friday Brigham Young University Football every Saturday We are the station for the Seattle Breakers SUNDAY SPECIALTY SHOWS INCLUDE: - "Country Close-Up" hosted by Glen Campbell -"Homegrown Music" featuring the best in bluegrass -"Country Music Radio Magazine" EVERY WEEKDAY MORNING AT 6:15 A.M.: IIIII "Country Calendar" brings you news and information of your favorite country music stars. 6p.m. 7p.m. 8p.m. We have job listings for veterans weekdays at 9:30 a.m. & 6:00 p.m. COUNTRY KGAA- 1460 AM vember 15, from 9:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Seattle's Edge- water Inn, 2411 Alaskan Way, Pier 67. Registration begins at 9 a.m. ii Coping with loss of a loved one Are you or someone you know experiencing emotional effects of loss through the death of a loved one? East- side Mental Health is offer- ing a panel presentation on "Loss" on Tuesday, Novem- ber 15 from 7 to 9 p.m. The leader will discuss the emotional effects of loss through the death of a loved one and explore the grief pro- cess. Practical suggestions for coping with the holiday season without the loved one will be offered. This work- shop is recommended for those who have had recent and past losses. The class will meet at East- side Mental Health, 1609 ll6th Ave., N.E., Bellevue on Tuesday, November 15 from 7 to 9 p.m. The Fee for the panel is $10, with pre- registration required. For further information call the Eastside Mental Health Education Depart- ment at 455-9156. I Make reservations now for Thanksgiving Dinner Served I p.m. to 10 p.m. $g.g5 adults $6.95 children (under 10 years) 10% discount for senior citizens ROAST TURKEY with sage dressing, giblet gravy, fresh cranberry sauce, baked yams, mashed potatoes, French cut green beans. BAKED VIRGINIA HAM with pineapple sauce, baked yams, mashed potatoes, French cut green beans. BROILED TOP SIRLOIN STEAK prepared to your liking, topped with fresh sauteed mushrooms, baked potato, French cut green beans. All entrees served with cup of soup du jour, salad bar, roll and butter, pumpkin pie with whipped topping, choice of coffee, tea or milk. BO MOONEY ENTERTAINS IN THE LOUNGE I Tuesday through Saturday. Keyboard, guitar I and vocal. Bo is one of original the Brothers Four. t I/I. n I" Exit 15off 1-90 O, Issaquah 392.6421 "Thanks, Diet Center." Begin Diet Center's Weight-Loss Program, and you'll be thankful you did. If you begin by Thanksgiving, you could be 17 to 25 pounds lighter by New Year's. You'll do it without shots or drugs, without signing any contracts, and without ever going hungry. Call Diet Center... the fast, safe, natural and inexpensive way to lose weight. 1 I05 12th N.W., Iseaquah 392-9559 Diet Center. Llte Years Ahead.'" Five-Star meets tonight Coalfield Five-Star Ath- letic Club general meeting November 9 will consider revised by-laws for approval, and a hall rental agreement. A new baseball committee chairman will be chosen if any members volunteer. The U.S. Dept. of Energy will sponsor a free workshop November 19 from 1 to 4 p.m. in a "hands-on" type of training session, participants will learn about insulating shade in solar-heated homes by use of a greenhouse over- head. Insulating window shades may be made. Regis- tration by November 14 is necessary. Telephone John Affolter, project director, at 255-3563. The workshop will be at 10217 148th Ave. S.E. Liberty High has been notified that four of its stu- dents have been designated as Commended Students in the 1984 National Merit Scholar- ship program. Jeanne Gec- zik, Yves Jaques, Diana Packer, and Tom Stuth plac- ed in the top five percent of more than a million partici- papts. Each of the students will be honored with a Letter of Commendation for aca- demic promise. Poet David Greenberg will spend the day November 9 visiting classes at Apollo Ele- mentary School to share his poetry with the children. Apollo PTSA will hold a general meeting in the school library on Monday, Novem- ber 14 at 3:45 p.m. Liberty High Charles Johnson and Spahi will keep the ing department open the: cond Tuesday of each until 8:30 p.m. to parents the opportunity discuss their children cerns about school. that an appointment be in advance. Lord of Life in need of picture books. The school on a daily basis for ages 3 to 5. Donations be left at the church for the preschool. Larry and and their daughters, Lori, provide a care each month for a capped child so the parents can have tirnc from the mands of providing child's needs. The work through the Social Services of ton. They will share tion with any other interested in volunte their services. Hours for the I0 Maywood Junior School PTSA ner are from 5:30 p.m. Briarwood Elernen School PTA will cheon to the school day during conference week, NoV. 23. Hair raptl, ics -.. Now, downsta[rs i (formerly Upside East) Look your best this fa// . . . FREE HAIRCUT WITH OUR $30 PERM Regular $50 Offer expires 11"3ff'83' 15 N.W. AIder PI., Issaquah 392-2515 (back of Haberdasher Bldg.) You'll get a good price and, of course, good coverage. But most importantly, you get fast, fair service when you need it. Carl me. KATHY JOHNSON, agent Isaaquah Park Plaza 177512th S.W., Suite 103 392-2224 State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois /' /ke a good ne/ghbor. State Farm is there. CARP TING by Salem NYLON SCULPTURE ... $8.95 ULTRON NYLON PLUSH .... $ '" ADDITIONAL SPECIALS to $9.9,5 ON VINYL, WOOD & CERAMIC FLOORING. 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