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January 28, 1981     Mercer Island Reporter
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MERCER ISLAND REPORTER. Wedr~esclav January, 2~5 ! 98 ! Page [34 Midclle-of .day folks right ones for me Everybody's heard ot nwrmm: people who bound out of bed at first light ana cavort happily around the kitchen betore dashin~ out to conquer the worhl Amt everybody'" heard ot night I~'ol)h' those strange souls who s('mtillate more bri!hantly as the darknes> deepens. But has anyl~)dy heard o| middle-of-the-day people" That's what I am I belong to that group who be- lieve that people who are cheerttfl in the mormn~ should be throttled and those who are bouncy at mid night ought to e hun~ The most sensible t~me to colin, alive is about the nine everyone s going out to lunch I hit my stride around hmei: time. Lunch is probably my tme>t hour Ihoueh few people reahze t~ lunch time is in that optional zone where, depcndent on ~ ht,ther vou're an optimist or a pesslnllst half the da still remain< or onl.~ half of its ielt to contend w~th The mornln~I people berlin h~ wind down and the meht people havct] t begun It) wind up vhu'!a makes ~1 possible for you t,) appear lull (,t vim. v~gor and x Hahl~ Morning people seem to leel tha~ a hal()ot aurora boreahs rnaem rude hovers over their head< by- cause the3' braved the:r way to the ~tehen bl,t(~re dawn I taal to be- lieve that the road t,) heaven l- mapped out hy a trail ot alarm clocks r|nt2m2 in raucous chorus Night people tend t,) make my (4 darRness before they activate all s.~ sit.ms t(, "'co ' Like the nleht-bltmmm~ cereus the3 open up only after dusk has enveloped them they drape their deeds in the dark of the nll~h! But nuddh'-(d the-day people art, race an(| normal They may not set records bu; the, don't make waves They make ~ood marnaee partner~ They never cot up early enou~zh to ar~tue over a ~i a m breaklast table and they nv~ er lay up lon~ enout~h It) dls- a~'ree on the ('home of the late. tale s h(~,a I ha ~e a the()ry that one reason there are st) many divorces is be- cause mornm4 people and night peop!e marry one another, it lust doesn t ~ ork A morning person is up ban~in~ around the house onl.~ a couple oI hours atterthe night person has hit the pilh)v,' 'When the night person ~s revved up and read.v t(, ao disco on the town. the morn)n,~ person ~s sipping hot milk and ehmblne happily In to bed ~me watche< the Today program ',vh<|e itle oth~'r catches the To- night sh(m . .; lot n]~ .:'ll take the noon t]e'A :- Seniors invited to stop by new community center The SIxb-Plus procram I. n,)v,cmdmz Share-a-Craft. l() am to A meetln~ at the Communal3' ~'er, tet l) p) . New, comer>' Hour. It am : at Mercer ie~ ~23~ S,E 24th squaredancmg. 2p.m The ret:ular calendar ot event, I-'eh 4 .Mormne ~rocery shop for the week et Jan. 2 is inn=:, bread makin~ pre-remstra- Jan. 2:) grld~e, canasta and I)~ tlOll necess3ry ") a.n] to noon: flochh' lit a nl t(~ 4 p nl hol bekllnmna (,erman. I0:3() a.nl.: lunch 12:13 p.m: social hint1<). 1 aml intermediate German. 11:15 pim am Feb 2 Aerobic exere|se "5uper Square dancimz ~s on the first for Seniors", ,pre-reglstration Tuesday ot each month, and tolk necessary, 1. am : Spanish. 1 dancing, on the tourth Tuesday. p.m. to :] pln both Iron] 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Partici- Feb :L Drol)-in-act~vltie> In pants d- not need a partner MERCER ISLAND PLACES OF WORSHIP 1 - th c,u.cHov "t TEMPLE 1 J .s" I '.~.r. vr BLand Xt. arJ .~.h r:a ( ![~.' I ',lu~U:nd'~l M,"v~rl,ar" I " I JauoP', %rlcv'. k IDbl [:~r t (hurch (,( ( hint. S~.)cntl.l ~,[[) [%) Mfl'll ( :v ( mid v,~': P'(~.!tl~" : Ion Sat l U:0o-5:lr,) 1hut, v ~ p.m I t'IS( ()l) l ( HI R( II : h . I >,=.r~mc!~ Mcclr : ; 4, - Pnc,lh,~-2. RctF.Ir .~l ~. ft.'% ~ O(/1~ Lr U*,lilt. tl 4; St. Monica's Catholic Church gSth S [ I 232-290( ~,fa~,', ~turda~ e~enme 5 O0 '~U,td mormne " 39 X 30 /,: Of/and //30 Rc~ lame, H (.~andrau Re', l c,: Rag.me I NIrH) (HI:R(.H OF CHRIST a~'4< l'lIdn~ t rot '~,a', l~ 3 2l 7 8 0() Rex. Bruce 'an Blair a~d F,)r tilt , ~ * ~).) Itm),~r I|tg~, Nmth(,rade& Sr tt,g~ "~, ann ( ,r~)ur. Redeemer [ uthcrat ,hurch +,; ; J [. ~r t ! ' ~ : "~,1, Ir ~.h,:, ~1~'" ) i ,' ] I ] )! ) . Mercer Island Presh~ for)an ( hurch Rde.x E I J C|{[ |],pa,tor ' ''' i ' l {[ ~I[" r( t I R I ~I { ' X i'j I :NI II I) 11 l It()1)1'~ l ( Ill R(. II "~qh & 2,1th ~. t ~l ",i ) I ) (~ Im ,i ~, ( 0(~r fi ~ ' ( ,~.hdd ,tl~' pmx tdcd~ i h,r.P i P. ,: ' w,~. I rankl)nn ~,~w.hlr)dg,:. Pa',h)l -, i,- HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH WORSHIP CELEBR ATi()N ~ullda~, nR)rnlll~ ' 9 alid I I dill (. l)urch School I(la m l. II Klndschuh. Pastor hm Kramer. )()Ulh tt)rOklOl R51~)% 1: 40th 232 3270 I M:", :, fund-raiser and augment th ganization's appropriation t|,: the United Way. Approximatel , percent of the proceed r, upp<+r~ the Camp Fire year-round I,r, gram lot youth from 6 It) lT y~at- old Funds from the candy salt, all, youth to attend resident summv, camps, day camps and othez ,<, tivities Each local club recency, 15 cents per package sold for t,q<, treasuries to finance trips, calm outs. service projects and othu: local activities. For candy or mcre informal,: call the candy sale numbs: 524-8550 Island Amigos learn from summer experiences Betsy Crill and J,l (;<)uld er)t ttondura, s ,] (l taueht about 3(~) used to sleeping m mud huts. children prt)t.wr care of their teeth drinking lots of coke anti teachm~ and prox :,!e,i rnem with tooth- man.v childen the propel wa:, t. brushes brush teeth last sunlmel" th)uld ,~a- sent tt) a town in It was all par1 ot their expel'> Mexico I,~, hours from Mexico ences as 'Amigos" in the Amlt2os C:lx He '.~,~- als. invoh'ed in the de las Americas proeram which dental program, and tound condi- sends youth to underprn ileeed tu)ns simiJar,those facing Crill. area~ of Central and South ~|l~cl'l But livin: ' ''~ a~,:~ the deprivations ca to provide publit health ser- and learn:n= a0uut a ditferent cul- vices ture had a b:.z payolf for both. The two Islander- recent/3 rc lated lheir cxperlcp.ces al a meel "Its at, expermnte where you ing of the Mercer Island Kr, vanL learn a lot abt,ut yourself." Gould Crill was sent to a small villat2e,remarked Th, culture shock of Honduras "The peoph, wcrc real- comine back t(~ the states, he 13" pool" bul the) ha(] ever~th)n~ added wa> almost as intense as the}" needed." trill said ~oln~: to Mex'.co "When I came Mud homes and stone wash- homc. I wa> amazed at a lot of boards are a way of lift L'ri]l said things " For example, a soccer and the two cars tn town had a came m Mexico consisted of a hard time travelim: over the pool" group piling into a beat-up old car. roads. "'The road, were really playing without uniiorms or spe- bad I don't think anyone in the clal equipment and using a plastic Umted State> w(,uht drier, on balloon for a s(,ccer ball. But ev- them." ervone had a zreat time. he said. Although the overall heaJth (,t italt-a-dozen balls, the latest in the natives was ~zood. their teeth equipment and clothing surround- were in poor shape. (.'rill said The ed Gould at a pick-up game when bad water makes Coke thc most he ~ot home The contrast struck common drink addin~ to decay hard "I really appreciate life here During the month Crill spent m n()x~ " rIIIIIIII I IIII I I Rebecca A. Zerngast. D.D.S P.S. announces the opening of her oHice for the practice of Den tist r> t01" Adults all(t Children 71:17 SE 27th st. Mercer Island. t, VA 232-2505 ANNOUNCqK A SPF AL EVENT ! Betsy Criil and JJ Gould told the Mercer Island Kiwanis about their summer experiences with the Amigos program. (Photo by Virginia Smyth) THIS SUMMER mnc Island youti~ will travel to South and Cen tral America a. Amigos and take part in one vt several public health programs tncludin~ dental h w giene, giving immunizations. doing visual screening, construct- in~ latrines, starttn~ gardens, diE- Scan Des)gr~ offers you a quiet, unhurried atmosphere and a staff dechcatect to helping you create a home or office enwronment tha~ ts uniquely your own scan[design Bellevue Honolulu We are offering for lhe first lime a twelve week course of instruction in lhe techniques of successful weighl reduction. MEETING PLACE: TIME: STARTS: FEE: LECTURER: WEIGHT WATCHERS CENTER 106 -- 108th Ave. N. E. ()n LucKy Store complex) Bellevue Thursdays, 12 noon to !:15 p m February 19. 1981 $150 Payable )n Advance Bey Stryker Ira=~ "Weight Watchers really worke0 for me. and )t didnt cost a )of of money Just fill out the coupon below and mail it with your check tor $150 to the Weight Watchers office. On receipt of your application Weight Watchers will call you and con- firm your reservation. At your first mlmting you will receive a scale for weighing your food, a copy of the New 1981 Weight Watchers Progrsm, s copy o!The Straight Skinny (the Wei~lht Watchers newsletter), a daily food diary end a copy of Act Thin, Stay Thin by Dr. Rmhard Stuart. You will also receive instruction in the Weight Watchers Food Plan. At subsequent meetings instruction will be giYen in the techniques of behavior modification and exercise, You will also receive printed material describing the techni. ques of behavior modification. For more information about this class call 525-2323, ask for Pat Alberts. Fill out the coupon below and mail it with your check for $150 to: Special Event. 9700 Lake City Way NE. Seattle, WA 98115, no later than Februsry 6, 1981. This class is limited to 30 members. IPm""""""CLIP HERE AND MAIL COUPON TODAYu---.m--- ~ I NAME DATE I ! - ! I ADDRESS HOME PHONE I I I I WOR PHONE I I Yes. I want to join the Spec,al 12-week course that Weight Watchers is offer, ng begin. ~. I ning February 19th. Enclosed is my check for$150. WEIGHt ~ I l I I III I IIII I I I " I ging wells, and testing animals to: disease They are undergoing a ix month training program which m cludes learning Spanish, human relations, cultural differences, and training in administerim: hea/th services The program costs $1.880 per person. Each Amigo family must contribute $850 and each Amid. must raise $475. The remainder $555, is solicited by the Seatth~ Chapter Board of Directors, All contributions to the non-pr0~ it group are tax-deductable. An, person or group wishing to make ~ donation can contact Am~gos board president. Denny Henkel 232-0236. or tund-raiser. Nanc~ Gould. 232-0939. --Bridge Scores-- MEH('ERCREST IilRID6E ('L['B ~ Irt ner. on J an 2o were : N-S. l ) M, Rayton and R Bunm: 2)K RosoffandJ Madden: 3,<; .~edell and R Thomason. 4, J. Siren and, t;arrr,on E-'i~; 1, E Cho~ and M Bo~a~ rock 2, ~, and R McBurney, 3' I Brw, i and A Llu 4, the J Walshes. Game', ar, heldatthe('lubat 7 30p m everyTuesd~, For parmersh~p~, or reformation cal 232-4117 L',iL.-INI) DUPLIC,AT~; Bil/D(II': ('LI I~ ~Alnntq.~ t)r~ Jan 22 ),',ere N-S, 11C K,+); ,(,n). and (; Edwards, 2, E Balr and r Nwrtmbere. 3)R BumnandP Gravtl~ a K Ro of[and ,! Madden: 5~J Ro~ersan,l M i'ussar() E+P; 1, D Avenson and . Pet,'r- 2, F Roberl~ and [C Szplro '; > I la r(l~. a nd ( ; W(~tKIS : 4) the Sthultzes, wl [ Bohn attd 1. Gowm~ For partnership- an,: Irlhq lli~IIl, ln call 232-914~ Preparations begin for MIVAL fair The Mercer Island Visual Art- League will hold its annual ar~ testival June 27. 28 and 29 Th+ Mercer View Community Cenler will be the site for the show. For information about the tmr ~nte MIVAL P.O. Box 13~ Mercer Island. Wash 98040. Students glue series of plays The~ re guaranteed to make )ou laueh, said director Tom Dart> Seattle playwright, of a series o) plays. "Yes. We Are Not Banana, An E~eniog of Modern American Comedy.'" which will be presented by a ~ruup of Mercer Island Hith School students on Feb. 6 and 7 The eight short plays will tea lure Becky Allen. Lynne Brennen Da',ld Hines, Toby Jutte. Jermlte~ Knudson, Aimee Lowe. Jocevl Markey. Brandon Rogel. Jeff We.-| and Suzie Wingrove, A large group ot students aud; honed for the plays, said Davis a 1~;~ graduate o! Mercer lsland High School, but he could onb choose 10. "They are all ver~ rood." he said Plays written by Robert Ander son, George Cotfman and Wood~ Allen are among those being per tormed at 7 p.m. on both nights a) the high school auditorium Ad- mission is $2.50 for adults. $2 lor students, and tickets may be pur- chased at the door.