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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, December 7, 1983 HI Around town Who's news Jean Cerar Cerar honored for Camp Fire work Issaquah resident Jean Cerar received a Certificate of Recognition for her out- standing contributions to Camp Fire at the 65th An- nual Meeting of the Seattle- King County Council of Camp Fire held on Novem- ber 16 at the Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club. Cowgill attends optometrist seminar Dr. Terry E. Cowgill of ls- saquah was among North- west optometrists attending continuing education courses at Pacific University recent- ly. Pacific College of Op- tometry faculty presented the course for the doctors of op- tometry. Topics discussed I were hypertension and dia- betes and peripheral fundus. Also covered was glaucoma and vision problems in the elderly. Students qualify for Who's Who Three Eastside Catholic High School students from Issaquah, have qualified to participate in the Who's Who Among American High School Students program by representing the top 15 per- cent of their respective classes. They are: senior Connie Tang and juniors Kim Sanderell and Susan Cole. Boyd on WSU drill team Diana L. Boyd of lssaquah is a drill team member on the Washington State University Cougar Marching Band and has been performing at the cougar football games this fall. The 156 member organiza- tion has played at each of the WSU home football games this fall, participating in pre- game and half time shows, and putting on a special post- game concert. The band also played at the Apple Bowl game between WSU and UW in Seattle. Boyd is a freshman at WSU and a graduate of Issa- quah High School. DoYou to Save Money? John Okerman Okerman promoted to Lieutenant Colonel John Okerman of lssa- quah has been promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves. He is a member of the Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron Four at Whidbey Island, also known as the "Seahawk Squadron." He has been in the Marines for the past 16 years. Okerman is the assistant principal of Issaquah Junior High. Purschwitz based in Okinawa Marine Cpl. Gilbert E. Purschwitz, son of Marjorie M. and Gilbert G. Purschwitz Jr., of 26402 S.E. 154th Place, has reported for duty with 3rd Force Service Support Group in Okinawa. Dunn to serve in Alaska Pfc. Kirk W. Dunn, son of Wayne F. and Elaine C. Dunn of 19573 S.E. 21st St., has arrived for duty at Fort Wainwright, Alaska. Dunn, an infantryman with the 172nd Infantry Bri- gade, was previously as- signed at Fort Lewis, Wash. Harro, Raybuck in WSU band Two Washington State University students from Is- saquah are members of the Washington State University Cougar Marching Band and have been performing at the Cougar football games this fall. Douglas R. Harro plays the percussion in the band. Harro is a freshman at WSU and is interested in geology. Katherine A. Raybuck plays the flute in the band. Ms. Raybuck is a junior at WSU and is majoring in nur- sing. Both are graduates of Issaquah High. The 156 member organiza- tion, which is directed by Pa- tricia Root, has played at each of the WSU home foot- ball games this fall, partici- pating in pre-game and half- time shows and putting on a special post-game concert. The band also played at the Apple Bowl game between WSU and the UW recently in Seattle. + .. The Capital Club at Capital Savings Bank was designed to save you money. When you join the Capital Club you get a checking account and a whole lot more! CHECKING WITH INTEREST The Capital Club pays you 51/4 % interest on your checking account with only a $50 minimum balance. And there is no check charge. Capital Savings will buy your checks for you. CASH SERVICES 24 hour cash machines are available with only a $250.00 minimum balance. And Prestige Emergency cash is available at thousands of locations across the nation. TRAVEL DISCOUNTS Capital Club members receive 10% savings at any hotel or motel in the United States, as well as additional discounts at all Holiday and Ramada Inns and KOA Kamp- grounds. And while traveling, or even while at home, Capital Club AND THERE'S MORE... * Accidental death insurance * No charge on travelers checks, money orders and cashiers checks* e Credit card registration for protection of lost or stolen cards # Photo ID for positive identification e Discounts on name brand merchandise through a telephone buying service. *limited quantities All of this [or just $5. O0 a month. $5 cash premium when you join HOW TO JOIN To receive your money saving Capital Club benefits simply convert your present Capital Savings account or visit any of Capital Savings 45 convenient branch locations. We'll members can take advantage of car be happy to open a new account for rental discounts through various . you. rental agencies. APITAL IDEAS AT ISSAQUAH BELLEVUE KIRKLAND " " TOTEM LAtE NORTH BEND 11 Front Street South 160-106th N.E. 200 Kirkland Avenue 12660 - 120th" NE 146 W. Second Street 1olNIquah, WA 98027 Bellevue, WA 98004 Kirkland, WA 98033 Kirkland, WA 98033 North Bend, WA 98046 (206) 392-7553 (206) 454-8081 (206) 822-0244 (206) 821-6699 (206) 888-1616 RERVING YOU THROUGHOUT WARHINGTON AND NORTHEASTERN MONTANA i i Churches i Middle East minister at Christian Fellowship This Friday evening, De- cember 9, at the Pine Lake Community Club, 7:30 p.m., New Life Christian Fellow- ship will feature Steve Lightle in its Outreach '83 series. He is International Director for Full Gospel Businessmen in the Middle East. In 1974, Lightle received revelation, according to Scripture, that there is to be a mass exodus of Jewish peo- ple from Russia prior to Christ's return. Since that time, Lightle has spent a large portion of his ministry heralding this important event and has just released a book entitled "Exodus II, Let My People Go." He has recently returned from a tour of Western Europe where he shared his vision before Parliament and heads of state. Faith United kids in Christmas shows On Sunday, December 11, the children of Faith United Methodist Church will share the meaning of Christmas during the 10 a.m. worship service. Junior high students will present a short puppet play, "The Littlest Star," while the younger children will present the nativity story in action and song. The regular nursery and children activities will continue after the program. When Faith United Methodist Church released almost a hundred balloons to celebrate its first year of wor- ship services on November 6. Each balloon had a tag ask- ing the finder to "tell us how far our Faith went." One balloon'nlade the local paper in Repu!]ic, W.ash. after a local resident found it near ,. , + his home. Last week, another balloon was discovered on the 18th hole of the Kimber- ly, British Columbia, Golf Course, more than 325 miles from the Holiday Inn in Issa- quah, where the balloons were released. Clubs Garden Club Celebrates 50 years Issaquah Garden Club will celebrate its 50th year on Wednesday, December 14 at the Issaquah Library. The club was organized and federated on December 14, 1933 at the call of Mr. George Clark. Meetings were held at the Community Church. The constitution and by-laws were drawn up by Mesdames Schimber, Beers, Boylon, Davies and Mr. Clark. A potluck luncheon will be served, after which all past presidents will be honored. A Christmas tree donated by one of the members will be decorated with a gold theme and will be donated to the Li- brary for the holidays. Members will host an open house from 1 to 3 p.m. for Garden Club friends from East Lake Washington Dis- trict. Past members of the club are urged to join in on the festivities for the day. Pine Lake Garden Club The Pine Lake Garden Club will meet Wednesday, December 14 at the home of Shirley Bauer, 209 E. Sam- mamish Lane S.E., at 9:30 a.m. After the business meeting, a group of Issaquah High singers under the direction of LaVonne Watson will enter- tain members and guests with Christmas carols. A buffet luncheon will follow the entertainment. Christmas decorations will be furnished by the members. Club members should also bring donations for the food bank and the Issaquah, Villa. A White Elephant exchange will end the meeting. Writers' Workshop The Issaquah Writers' Workshop will meet Thurs- day, December 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the conference room of the Issaquah Library. All in- terested writers are invited to attend. VFW Auxiliary Members of Issaquah's VFW Auxiliary recently made a goodwill visit to Issa- quah Villa, bringing along helpings of "Pumpkin Pie Cake" and vanilla ice cream, and leading local residents in patriotic songs and readings. Members are also gather- ing contributions of baked goods, coffee, other food items and reading materials to provide extra care of ser- vicemen making use of the Serviceman's Lounge at Sea- Tac Airport during the holi- day seasons. Welcome Wagon The Welcome Wagon will hold a luncheon at the Bellevue Athletic Club Thursday, December 8 at 11:30 a.m. The Issaquah His- torical Society will give a slide presentation. Call Cookie Borkowski at 882- 0737 for reservations. II Births I Joseph Boisseau Lea and Phillip Boisseau, of 16540 S.E. 45th, are the parents of their fourth child, Joseph Robert, born Novem- ber 28 at Swedish .Hospital. Joseph weighed 7 pounds at birth. i> iij i' i:: I , :;ii ........ !,v: Guess who's comin! to breakfast? Pine Lake Plateau's Santa, Bertil Valley, will Pine Lake Community Club in a special way December 10 for a community Christmas you-can-eat pancake breakfast with sausage, coffee will be served from 8 a.m. to noon. Santa around 10 a.m. Price Is $2.50 for adults and dren or a family price of $9. All area residents are Bring cameras to capture your child on Other children include S.E., are the Tracy, 9, Alexis, 7 and Phil- 5 ounces and lip David, 2'A. He has a step-sister Grandparents are Dr. Park and a David and Ruth Boisseau, of Christopher David. Bellevue and Vera Jean Prenovost, of Bellevue. Grandparents are and Gertrude Jonathan Park Puyallup, and David and Georgianne mother, Park, of 14808 260th Ave. Tulsa, Oklahoma. Early Morning Workout, Shower& Go! Gilman Village 6:OOto,:OOa.m. is open 'til 9"00 Morning or NoonONE WEEK'S / Th d--urs-ay FREE TRIAL WORKOUTS  b#, lr bll/'- '/ ' O CA00., FOR RESERVATmnS THE FRONT December 8, 15, 22 Enjoy shopping with us ' Anglomania Pappagallo The Boarding House- till 8 The Picture Show Calico Cat- til 8 The Clock Gallery Country Interiors Fast Lady Sports Front Street Books Grass Roots Leather Maids Sassy Sharon's Yarn Simpich Character Dolls Thinker Toys Tres Fresh The Village Florist The Village Also Available NOBLE WREA THS $8.95"$10.95 |..o.............................=......., Greens, Garlands, Swags, Holly = : I.l00,r t w,,.,.,.ooo0o OPEN "|; ' ''' VU through Dec. 3'. 1983' II REG. $50 " $35 p M-F12-8 ! with our erm S&S10-8 VALLEY GROWERS ., . ,.., ,. | 1-1air 00jraprllcs 1675 Newport Way, Issaquah | 15 N.W. 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