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Defense begins in Malcolm Fraser criminal trial The prosecution rested its case while the defense called two expert witnesses By Dennis Box Editor

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Seattle Attorney Ann Carey began to present the defense last week in the case of Malcolm Fraser, assistant pastor of Sound Doctrine Church, who has been charged with two counts of first degree child rape and two counts of first degree child molestation. The incidents are alleged to have occurred from 2005 to 2006 when the alleged victim was 10 and 11 years old. She is currently 18. Allegations are that Fraser went into the girl’s upstairs bedroom after midnight one to three times

a week when he and his wife were living with the girl’s family. Fraser is now 40 years old. Deputy Prosecutor Jason Simmons rested the state’s case following nearly three weeks of testimony, including three days of direct and cross examination of the young woman who made the allegations. Judge Lori K. Smith is presiding in King County Superior Courtroom 4C at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent.

The Week

The court did not meet May 13 and reconvened May 14 with the final day of the young woman’s testimony and that of her half-sister. The defense case began with Carey calling John Charles Yuille, a forensic psychologist from British

Columbia. Thursday the state completed the testimony of the young woman’s stepsister in the morning. The defense then continued by calling Doris Thompson, who lived for a short time with the family in 2005. Carey followed with Josiah Williams, senior pastor at Sound Doctrine and Dr. Phillip Welch, who specializes in obstetrics and gynecology at Swedish Medical Center.

Direct and Cross

The cross examination and redirect of the young woman who made the allegations continued Tuesday, May 14. Dressed in a black sweater with her arms pulled tightly across her chest, she continued to speak quietly as in her earlier testimony. Carey probed the connection

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between the family’s dislike of Sound Doctrine Church and how that might have influenced the young woman. The family left the church in August of 2006. In earlier testimony the young woman’s mother said she decided she would rather “go to hell” than continue to be called an unfit mother by church leadership and have her children mistreated. The young woman testified regarding the church leadership her mother “didn’t want to hold hands and skip through a field of jelly beans” with them. She also testified her family is “definitely not his (Fraser’s) biggest fan.” The young woman said through direct and cross examination she continued to be afraid of Fraser

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The 75 annual Enumclaw Junior Dairy Show came to the grounds of the Enumclaw Expo Center Saturday. Among those competing was Stephanie Van Volkenburg from the Sumner High FFA chapter. kevin hanson, Courier-Herald

The official filing period expired Friday afternoon with some local races looking interesting and others devoid of any competition at all. Candidates filed May 13-17 and, in races with more than two candidates, will appear in an August primary election. Otherwise, everyone advances to the November general election. Here’s the full list: Enumclaw, mayor: Liz Reynolds Enumclaw City Council, Position 1: Pamela Harding, Morgan Irwin Enumclaw City Council, Position 3: Mike Sando, Shelby DeVol Enumclaw City Council, Position 5: Juanita Carstens, Tom Mann Enumclaw City Council, Position 7: Sean Krebs, Hoke Overland City of Buckley, mayor: Patricia “Pat” Johnson Buckley City Council, Position 1: Nora (Lyn) Rose Buckley Council, Position 2: Cristi Boyle Barrett

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FRASER FROM 1 even years later when she entered high school. “We still lived in the same town,” she said on the stand during redirect. “He could still come to my house and still physically harm me.” During cross examination she said she did not bring a weapon into her room or lock the door because “If I did anything to harm him or told I was afraid, something worse would happen. I feared for my life at times.” Carey also probed the relationship between the girl and former Sound Doctrine member Athena Dean. A cornerstone of the defense case is an attempt to prove the criminal allegations arose because of the hate and prejudice of former members toward

the church. According to the defense’s opening statement, Dean is a “seminal figure” in the trial and has come up in the testimony of many witnesses. Carey asked the young woman if Dean was present when she went to the Enumclaw Police Department to give a statement. The young woman said her biological father and mother took her the first time in March 2012 and her mother and stepfather the second time about a week later. She testified that Dean was waiting for the family both times on the sidewalk outside the police department before she went inside. She testified she did not discuss the case with Dean. Simmons asked the young woman during redirect how she felt about Dean being there. “I was a little annoyed,”

she said. “I didn’t know her like that and she is not part of my family and I didn’t think it was any of her business to be there.” She described Dean as her mom’s friend and that she thought Dean was there to support her mom. “I have a hard time with her (Dean),” the young woman said.” I guess our personalities don’t mix very well.” Carey asked about a gathering of former Sound Doctrine members at the family home at some point in 2011 or 2012. She also asked about a Thanksgiving gathering at Dean’s house around the same period. The young woman said she arrived at the Thanksgiving dinner more than an hour late and left early. “I wasn’t really socializing at that time,” she said. During the other gathering she said she came home from work, changed and

left as soon as she could. Under redirect she told Simmons, “I didn’t like being around all those people who left Sound Doctrine Church. I wanted to move on with my life and not hang out with a bunch of people who left. That wouldn’t help me move on.” Carey questioned testimony that the alleged victim told her older stepsister about the abuse about two weeks before telling a her counselor. The counselor reported the allegations to Child Protective Services. The young woman said she did not tell anyone, including the police, about the conversation with her stepsister. She said the stepsister had told her she had been sexually abused as a child. “I didn’t (tell anyone)” she said. “That is not my business to tell.” During redirect she testified that she did not tell

her stepsister the details of the incidents concerning Fraser. “It is not an easy thing to say out loud,” she said. “… You have to think about it and reflect on all that stuff again…. It’s very difficult.” Her direct testimony ended with Simmons asking about her specific memory of the first time Fraser came to her room at night. Once again her testimony became halting as she twisted and folded her handkerchief, never looking up. I… felt like I must have done something wrong,” she said. “I must have sinned that now that was happening to me. I wondered why I was the one he chose. Maybe the color of my skin. I was one of the older girls in church.”


older stepsister and younger half-sister on the stand to testify that the young woman had told both prior to telling her counselor or police. The younger half-sister testified she was told about one to two years after the alleged incidents. She said the two were sitting on the floor of the young woman’s bedroom closet talking about their parent’s divorce. “She got emotional, all upset,” she said. “She brought out what had been going on. At first she wouldn’t explain in detail. She was resisting. She was crying really hard.” She stated the alleged abuse came up again about two years later and she reported a third conversation. On the stand the young woman said she had talked

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VFW invites public to share Memorial Day events Members of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars will keep busy again this holiday weekend, honoring members of the U.S. military who died in the line of duty. Post 1949 will be involved in raising American f lags at Enumclaw Evergreen Memorial Park – the rural cemetery at 23717 S.E. 416th St – and will participate in two services in Enumclaw and another at Tahoma National Cemetery in Maple Valley. On Friday afternoon, the VFW, Boy Scout Troop 422 and Cub Scout Pack 500 will erect several hundred f lags at Evergreen Memorial Park. They will

remain up until a day or two following Memorial Day. This has been a longstanding tradition where casket flags donated to the post are flown during the weekend. Each flag bears the name of a deceased veteran. The Memorial Day program will take place Sunday at Enumclaw Veterans Memorial Park,

commencing at 1:40 p.m. with music by the Enumclaw Gateway Band. The main program will start at 2 p.m. In addition to the Gateway Band, the Allegro Women’s Ensemble and Scottish A merica n Mi lita r y Society will be participating. Guest speakers will include Enumclaw Mayor Liz Reynolds, State Sen.

Pam Roach and Gary Condra, a retired lieutenant colonel and current deputy director of the Washington Department of Veterans Affairs. The city of Enumclaw Parks and Recreation Department is providing bleachers and shelter and all are encouraged to attend. A “Fire Watch” will

begin at 9 p.m. Sunday at Veterans Memorial Park and continue until 6 a.m. Monday. This is in memory of the signal fires Gen. George Washington ordered lit to guide his troops back to camp after a major battle. The public is invited to stop by and visit. Monday, a memorial service will be conducted


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at Enumclaw Evergreen Memorial Park, honoring the Enumclaw veterans buried there. The halfhour service will be conducted by VFW Post 1949, starting at 10 a.m. This service is similar to the burial and memorial services Post 1949 conducts several times each month for recently deceased veterans.

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FRASER FROM 2 to the younger half-sister about it once. Carey asked the younger half-sister why she had not told the defense team about the third conversation when deposed. She testified it was memorable now because another sister was present who had just, “been brought into the family.” The older stepsister was recalled to the stand to complete her testimony Thursday morning. Although on the stand for less than an hour, it was emotional testimony. She sat with her arms wrapped across her chest and cried during much of the testimony. She told Simmons on the day in question she was sitting in the young woman’s car in front of the family home in Enumclaw. The two were involved in an “intense” conversation, she said. Simmons asked her if she told the young woman any secrets. “I told her I was abused when I was a child,” she said. Simmons asked if she had ever told anyone about this and she said, “No.” She said during the course of the conversation the young woman related what had happened to her. “She was very closed off,” the older stepsister said. “This was not something we had talked about before.” She said she did not tell anyone about the young woman’s secret. “This was a mutual secret we both had and it wasn’t my business to share,” she said.

Forensic Psychology

The defense began Wednesday with the forensic psychologist’s testimony attacking the police interview of the young woman. After describing his published research and expertise in memory and “issues related to particular types of crimes, sexual crimes”

Carey went directly to the state’s case against Fraser. Under direct examination by Carey, Yuille described the interview conducted by Enumclaw Det. Grant McCall of the Enumclaw Police Department. “The quality of the interview of the complainant was very poor,” Yuille said. Yuille said an interviewer should “have an open mind and entertain alternative explanations.” He said an interviewer should provide the individual being interviewed with every opportunity to “provide their version of events… and avoid leading, suggestive questions.” Yuille said, “Someone collecting DNA needs to understand DNA and someone doing an interview on memory must understand memory.” He said the detective did not provide an “opportunity for the complainant to give a free narrative. That’s essential. There were many leading questions with the interviewer providing information.” During cross examination Simmons asked Yuille about presenting someone a calendar and asking how many times an incident happened a number of years earlier. He said it would be an estimate and not a memory and an “inappropriate question.” Yuille gave as an example of an estimate versus a true memory, as when husbands and wives are asked how many times they have sex. For one of the few times during the trial laughter filled the courtroom. Later during cross examination, Yuille said memory does not “have time stamps. I would not expect her (the young woman) to remember times.” Yuille said under Simmons’ cross he did not know if the detective’s interview had an impact on the young woman. Following the lunch break a transcript of the interview was read by a woman both sides had agreed upon. Following the reading,

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Yuille said during cross he did not know the young woman and could not comment on her susceptibility to suggestion with leading questions. He said the possibility of suggestion was high, “but whether it did or did not (happen) I don’t know.” He also stated he was an advocate for good investigation and “not for one side or the other.”

flict with Dean began prior to the sale of WinePress. Under cross he said the conflict “went way beyond a business conflict.” He recalled briefly visiting Fraser and his wife at the family home in March 2006. Williams recalled them living in another home in 2005. Under cross by Simmons, Williams said he could not recall how many members were in the church in 2006, but estimated less than 50 after more questions from Simmons. He also said he could not recall who was the assistant pastor prior to Fraser. During redirect he said he was not on the board of directors during that time, which is why he does not know. The sparks flew a bit when Simmons questioned Williams about whether Fraser took Jean Hembree to Michigan to reconcile with her husband, leaving her children in Enumclaw with a church member. Simmons asked if Fraser came back from Michigan and left Hembree there with $10. Simmons’ asked Williams if one parent was not a member of the church, would that affect the leadership’s decision about the child. Williams said it would not. Simmons shot back and asked Williams why he looked at Fraser every time he was asked a question by the prosecutor. The judge sustained Carey’s objection to strike the question before it was answered. During direct examination, Williams said he did not recall the circumstances of the Hembree story, but he thought the father came and picked up the kids after several months.

Thursday for the Defense

Carey called Doris Thompson, who is from New Jersey, to the stand Thursday morning to testify she had stayed with the alleged victim’s family in November and December of 2005. Ac c ord i n g to Thompson’s testimony she came to Enumclaw Nov. 17, 2005, and stayed with the family until late December, but stated she was not sure when she left. According to Thompson’s testimony the Frasers were not living in the house at the time. Thompson said she came to participate in the Wineskins Conference in November 2005. During the conference she testified she “stayed someplace else during Wineskins, like a camp.” Both the young woman and her mother testified Thompson had stayed in the family home, but were not sure of the dates. During cross examination Thompson said she did not have her own records, but was provided records by the defense investigator, which refreshed her memory.

Senior Pastor

Josiah Williams, senior pastor of Sound Doctrine and executive director of WinePress Publishing, took the stand at 10:15 Thursday for the defense. Dressed in a dark suit and relaxed for most of his testimony, he provided the jury with a different view of the church and testified to the timeline when Fraser was living with the family.

The timeline when Fraser and his wife were living in the family home is another cornerstone of the defense case. The 30-year-old Williams said he was a “very good friend” of Fraser. Williams said he “made a commitment to Christ when I was 8 years old and since have been committed to (Christ) all my life.” He described Sound Doctrine as a small, community Christian church. Carey asked him if it was a cult. Williams said it was not and the term cult was “a slur against the character of our church.” He said to be a member of Sound Doctrine was to “love the lord your God with all your heart. Love your neighbor as yourself.” He stated if some came took an objective look at the church “you will see we are not a cult.” Williams denied the church attempts to remove children from a family and testified if a child is having problems the child may be invited, with parental consent, to live in another home. According to Williams, the issue is stability for the child. Once again Dean and the dislike of the church leadership by former members became a large part of the testimony from Williams. Under Carey’s direct questioning he described the split between Dean and Sound Doctrine. “After she sold the business in April 2010, shortly after, she put in her resignation from WinePress and Sound Doctrine Church,” Williams said. He testified there were several disputes concerning the sale of the business and taxes owed on the business. Williams said the business was sold to Sound Doctrine for $10 with more than $300,000 owing in taxes. He said there was also a dispute over who would pay sales taxes owed on capital gains for about $86,000. Williams said under direct from Carey the con-


The final witness of the week was Dr. Phillip Welch. Welch testified he had done a forensic examination of Fraser in October 2012 at the defense’s request to confirm the diagnosis of

phimosis. Welch testified Fraser does have phimosis, which he described as a “narrowing and restriction of the foreskin over the head of the penis” in an uncircumcised man. Welch said phimosis means the foreskin elasticity is limited and “attempting to stretch beyond the elastic limit produced pain.” He described the condition with Fraser as congenital – that he was born with it. He said under direct there are degrees of severity with the condition and in Fraser’s case on a scale of one to 10 as six or seven. “There is a little bit of retraction,” Welch said. “A little bit of stretch of that rubber band, not much. The glans penis does show.” During direct testimony, the jury was shown pictures and three videos of Fraser’s phimosis condition. Simmons’ cross examination established Fraser was treated for phimosis while in Scotland in 1998 and did not see another physician for the condition until after he was charged. He saw a urologist in Enumclaw in July 2012. Welch also said under cross it is possible for a man to not experience pain with phimosis, but it would be an exception. Simmons asked Welch when he had last seen a patient with phimosis. The doctor said during his residency, which was from 1978 to 1982. He said he had not treated anyone with phimosis since that time since the patient would go to a urologists rather than a OB-GYN who specialized in women’s reproductive health. During cross examination, Welch said the report from Scotland did not indicate Fraser sought treatment for pain. According to the report cited by Welch, Fraser went for treatment because his girlfriend said something to him. Testimony from Welch was scheduled to continue Tuesday.

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New berries need little space, offer big flavor Marianne Binetti will appear at 9 a.m. Saturday at Windmill Gardens in Sumner, speaking about “Incredible Edibles.” Go to to reserve a seat. At 1 p.m. Saturday at Bellevue Nursery learn “Designing the Northwest Garden” – for more information go to www. The fourth week of May means it is time for some pruning if you have spring-flowering shrubs like rhododendrons, forsythia, quince or viburnums that have already bloomed. You can shear azaleas and heathers back by a few inches all over the plant to encourage more branching and more flowers. You can control overgrown rhododendrons by removing one third of the tallest branches or shortening the entire shrub right after the plant finishes blooming. The end of May is also a good time to aerate, fertilize and then add lime to your lawn if you haven’t done so this spring. Learn to leave the grass clippings on the lawn to return valuable nitrogen to the soil and help shade out weed seeds. The secret to having a tidy yard and not collecting the clippings is to mow more often and use a mulching mower that

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available in dwarf and compact forms as well as unusual colors like blueberry Pink Lemonade. Blueberry plants can thrive in container gardens if you remember they love moist, acid soil. Keep them well watered and fertilize with a plant food made for rhododendrons, camellias and azaleas. Blueberry plants do not like lime near their roots. My new house sits on an empty lot and I am overwhelmed about where to start landscaping. What one piece of advice would you give to someone new to the area – or new to gardening? N.M., Woodinville Start at the front door and work your way all around the house. By breaking a landscaping project into smaller chunks you can slowly envision and design separate areas as smaller gardens. Once you add some pots of color near the front door you’ll feel a sense of accomplishment. Then choose small and compact evergreens to spread around the property. Evergreens will make up the winter skeleton of the landscape. Fill in with flowering shrubs and small trees arranged in layers around the house. Finally, add groundcovers

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A boy, Brayden Allan Magstadt, born May 5, 2013, to Janelle Snook and Danny Magstadt of Enumclaw. A girl, Jamesyn Rose, born May 8, 2013, to Kacee and Cody Hemphill of Buckley. A boy, Alexander James Brummett, born May 14, 2013, to Clasina and Mitchell Brummett of Graham.

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A girl, Madelyn Marie, born April 6, 2013, to Tiffany and Kyle Carlson of Enumclaw. She joins big brothers Gabriel and Nathaniel. Grandparents are Leo and Martha Blodgett and Dennis and Patty Carlson, all of Enumclaw.

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Letters Directing movies the line between easier than real life Draw civil rights and respect

Robert Rossen hooked me for a couple of hours Sunday. I came across the 1947 movie “Johnny O’Clock” starring William Powell, Lee J. Cobb, Evelyn Keyes and Nina Foch. It has one of my favorite lines in film noir history, uttered by Johnny, played by Powell. “I do not know what’s going on, and I don’t like it when I don’t know what’s going on.” That sums up Rossen’s dialogue and life in many ways. Rossen was one of the great dialogue writers and directors of his day. “Johnny O’Clock” was his first job as a director. He was promoted after Dennis Box the original director left, I think King Editor Vidor. Rossen directed three of my favorite pictures, “All the King’s Men,” “Body and Soul” and, in 1961, “Hustler,” with Paul Newman, Jackie Gleason and George C.. Scott. There are few moments in film like the end of “Hustler” when Scott growls across the pool hall at Newman, “I want my money.” Rossen is an interesting character. He was one of the best at writing story and dialogue. His film talk lives well after the picture has ended. But in 1951 it was Rossen not talking, then finally talking, that got him into the trouble that plagued him until his death in 1966 at the age of 57. The House Un-American Activities Committee named him a communist in 1951. Rossen refused to name names the first time the committee brought him before the members, but two years later he named 57. I became interested in that period of American history when I did a story about Alger Hiss, who went to jail for perjury after Whittaker Chambers named him as a communist. Like almost all stories I have done over the years, once you peel back the basic layer of facts, beneath is a team story of conflict, confusion and contradiction. The truth of a story is never as simple as most would like it to appear. The truth winds its way through half steps of what appears to be facts. The Hiss story was an example and his guilt and innocence it argued to this day. Rossen’s career is a fascinating study in the conflict of what we do and say. His films are filled with warp and woof of words. Rossen could write great dialog, but couldn’t find the right words at the right time to keep himself out of trouble with friends and foes. “I do not know what’s going on, and I don’t like it when I don’t know what’s going on.” See ya, Johnny.

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Due to the recent controversy of drone-use by law enforcement and a classroom presentation by a local police officer, rights that are constitutionally guaranteed to all American citizens have been brought to my attention. Rights, which up until now, as a senior in high school, have been obscured from my knowledge. As seen with the valiant acts by law enforcement during the recent events in Boston, cops are a necessity of our modern world and it is vital not to scrutinize the police. However, I believe it is also necessary to bring all of our given rights out for the American public to view. While individuals can find these rights out by themselves, the honest truth is the majority of us will never know the full extent of our rights until it is too late, and our false previous thoughts lead to the law enforcement taking advantage of us because we simply are not encouraged to learn these rights. We’ve all been in that situation where we pass a cop on the road and even if our actions were legal, fear engulfs us. Have we been allowing

our society’s misconception about law enforcement’s authority overshadow the truth about their power and our rights? According to an article written by Jason Weiner, “Intimidation Tactics used by Police,” ( Jason answers a common myth. Police can “deliberately lie” to us. They can and will use this technique “to draw [us] into self-incrimination.” When law enforcement uses this deception technique, they create a false sense of assurance “to the point where you will feel free to give out information making you look guilty.” I’m not knocking investigators who have solved capital or major crimes through a process of deception, but for the citizens who are forced into self-incrimination who are just going through a daily routine, minding their own business; maintaining innocence. In another article, written by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), “Know Your Rights,” ( the ACLU places some basic guidelines to follow when stopped in your car or on your feet by the police. The organization states, “You have the right to remain silent. If you wish to exercise that right, say so out loud.” If we wish to not risk self-incrimination or obtain a charge of lying to an official, we do not even have

to talk. It is also stated that we “have the right to refuse to consent” to a search of ourselves, cars and homes. The police would not be asking for our permission if they already had reasonable suspicion to conduct a search. As a true believer in democracy, I believe this information should be more publicly available and possibly even freely taught. If we want to maintain the morals the United States were built upon, it would be ironic to let this mishap continue simply because we failed to notice the legality of our options when interacting with law enforcement. Especially when officers of the law, those who have been deemed to protect and uphold the law and peace have been pressured to “seek out or even manufacture arrests [to meet a quota] to avoid department retaliation” (thenation. com). Perhaps the most surprising realization I made through this research was that there shouldn’t be this gray area, this reading of the fine print. Why should we let an authority figure’s societal power overrule what is written law? There is a fine line between maintaining respect and maintaining constitutionality. Carl Klein White River High School Student

Failure just one step to success It’s paradoxical, but true: Sometimes failure is good for us. That was my experience several years ago. I had been teaching high school history for 22 years by then and still had no sympathy for students who didn’t work hard and did poorly as a result. They would often give up rather than try to succeed. Sometimes they would act up in class, further frustrating me. I had met failure in my life myself, but I always persisted until I found a solution to my problem. I didn’t understand why my students couldn’t do the same. Then my marriage failed. No matter how hard I tried, nothing worked. As I told myself at the time, “It takes two people to get married, but only one to end it.” As I thought about my failure, I came to realize that I vacillated between two extremes: either the failure of the relationship was my entire fault or none of it was my fault. Blaming the other person meant I would take no responsibility and thus learn nothing except to pass the buck. Blaming myself only made me depressed. I came to understand that I could actually be in the middle of those two extremes. I could accept some

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of the responsibility for the failure and let my ex-spouse take some of the responsibility, too. I found that was bearable. This experience gave me a deeper understanding of my students who did poorly in my class. I came to realize that they were just like me, but their threshold for failure was a lot lower than mine. I had met with success through persistence and hard work, but with the failure of my marriage, I came to realize how they felt. I learned empathy. As I began to treat my D and F students differently based upon my changed attitude, I saw a positive response. They still acted up and often still did not do their homework, but they saw I was more patient and sympathetic, that I cared about them. I started repeating silently to myself, “Students don’t care how

much you know unless they know how much you care.” I focused on how I had been able to relate positively to my own children. I worked hard at treating my students in the same way. It took several years, but by the time I was ready to retire, several students were stating openly to me to that I was their favorite teacher. I had never heard that in all my early years of teaching. It took almost nine years to get to that point. I sometimes reflect on the lack of patience and empathy many if not most of the very successful of this world have toward the poor. Have the capable never learned the lesson of failure I learned so painfully? Have they never failed? It helps us to try to see the world through the eyes of people who may not be as bright, or as capable, as we consider ourselves to be. Failure can give us the gift of understanding another’s weaknesses and of seeing the world from another’s perspective. Failure can make us both humble and empathetic Sometimes my biggest lessons have come from my most painful mistakes. Failure is sometimes good for us.


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Carbonado students and teacher Signe Lukasiak gathered Saturday for a group photo in Olympia. The women in center back are Supreme Court Justice Mary Fairhurst (in dark robe) and Kathy Hand, state coordinator of the Project Citizen Program. Contributed photo

Carbonado students shine in Project Citizen Carbonado middle school students participated in “Project Citizen” again this year. The primary goal is to develop in students a commitment to active citizen-

ship. They learned about the policymaking process of government at all levels. Each class worked together to identify and study a problem in their community or school. They proposed

Early Learning program expanded

The Enumclaw School District has announced the expansion of its Early Learning programs. A pilot program introducing typically-developing 4-year-olds to the Developmental Preschool Program will open in the fall. The program is currently accepting applications. Registration forms can be found on the district website,, and at all elementary school offices. All applications must be submitted to the Student Support Services office at 2929 McDougall Ave. by May 31. A lottery drawing will be used to determine which students will fill the six slots available for the 2013-14 academic year. The Peer Model Preschool will operate from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Monday to Thursday. Class will begin Sept. 4. The program tuition is $200 per month and transportation will be provided by the parent. For more information call Tonia Tucker at 360-802-7125.

White River students earn trip to state FFA convention White River High’s FFA qualified 29 members to compete at this year’s Washington State FFA Convention – the largest number ever for the White River chapter.

On the Washington State University campus in Pullman, they will compete in events like agriculture issues, creed, veterinary science, public speaking, job interview, sales and marketing. To earn a spot at the state convention, students advanced through subdistrict and district competition.

a solution in the form of a public policy recommendation and developed an action plan for getting their policy proposal adopted and implemented. The students display their work in a portfolio and documentation binder and present it in a simulated public hearing. This process helps students connect with real world problems and events. This year’s Project Citizen Showcase

for Carbonado was on March 26. The sixth grade class took first place in district competition with their project about illegal dumping: “Don’t Dump the Trash.... Just Pay the Cash.” They next competed at the state level on May 18 in Olympia. While the group didn’t advance to nationals they received a rating of “exceptional” and took home a plaque, engraved with all their names.


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It’s brutal when states battle for business to no avail. The subsidies and exemptions Carolina offered were just too great; that is, far beyond anything our state could afford. There’s nothing new Wally DuChateau about such business Columnist practices. According to a report in the New in the 21st century. In York Times, each year 2001, Boeing’s corporate American corporations are headquarters pulled up its nailing states and local govroots and went to Chicago. ernments for at least $80 King County residents and billion in cash grants, free our state government were land, free buildings, income quite surprised and shaken tax credits and property tax by this sudden, rather unex- abatements. pected move. The company And what do the compresident complained that panies provide in return? the local infrastructure – They promise the city or our highways and shipping state that they’ll move their lanes – were two crowded operations and all the jobs and congested, but most- it provides onto the new ly he bemoaned the high site or promise they won’t state and local taxes and leave a facility that’s already real estate prices. Then, a there. In short, corporafew years later, corporate tions play one state or town execs decided to build a against another, getting whole new production line the best subsidy they can in South Carolina, much to find. General Motors has Seattle’s chagrin. As best it received nearly $2 billion could, our state offered var- in local incentives during ious incentives to construct the past five years. Twitter the new operation here, but recently won $22 million

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Plenty of allergies can plague our pets Just like people, pets can show allergic symptoms when their immune systems begin to recognize certain everyday substances – or allergens – as dangerous. Even though these allergens are common in most environments and harmless to most animals, a pet with allergies will have an extreme reaction to them. Also, just like people, pets have variable severity and symptoms of allergies. Some pets may just be mildly, seasonally itchy in the spring. Other pets may be itchy year round, have chronic skin infections and hair loss. Most often, dog/cat allergies are inherited. This month, we are touching on an overview of allergies and what can be done to help your furry family members when dealing with allergen reactions.

What are the general symptoms of allergies?

The list includes itchy, red, moist or scabbed skin; increased scratching; itchy, runny eyes; itchy back/base of tail (most commonly flea allergy); itchy ears and ear infections; sneezing; vomiting; diarrhea; paw chewing/swollen paws; and constant licking. Allergic pets may also suffer from secondary bacterial or yeast ear and skin infections, which may cause hair loss, scabs or crusts on the skin.

What are dogs/cats allergic to?

Just like people, pets can suffer from a variety of allergies. Some can be mild and seasonal while others result in chronic, lifetime health issues. two weeks can cause severe allergies. 2 – Food allergens: the most common food allergies are proteins like chicken, beef, lamb, etc. Less commonly, grains like rice and corn. 3 – Inhalant allergens (atopy or atopic dermatitis): includes dust mites, dander, molds, pollens, grasses, trees, etc. 4 – Contact allergens: bacteria, yeast, grasses, dander, etc.

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for the pet and may get worse with age if they develop other allergies. Unfortunately there is no cure for allergies. The goal of treatment is to provide relief from the itching and prevent chronic skin and ear infections. Typically, your vet will recommend a multimodal approach to treatment depending on the pets symptoms and suspected allergies. • Flea prevention: this is a must for any dog/cat with allergies. One flea bite can cause a dog/cat with allergies to be itchy for weeks. Administer flea product once a month year round. Also consider treating

the house with Knockout or flea bomb if needed. • Bathing: Bathing with prescription medicated shampoos are helpful for a number of reasons. First, they kill many of the bad bacteria and yeast on the skin cause skin infections. Second, they help soothe itchy, raw skin. Finally, they help remove allergens that get trapped in the hair and on the skin which cause chronic irritation. • Environment: Many pets have inhalant allergies to pollens, dander, grass and many more. You can not stop your pet from breathing air, so to help cut down on allergens in the air here are a few tips: – vacuum frequently and clean your pets bedding frequently – consider an air purifier for your house – avoid taking your pet outside right after mowing the lawn or on walks in areas with high pollen. If you have a lot of weeds in the yard have them removed or avoid having your pet go in those areas. • Food allergies: the only way to diagnose food allergies is with a food trial. A food trial eliminates all suspected/common food allergens with a hypoallergenic diet. After the pets allergies have improved one food at a time is introduced to the diet to see if the pet will have a reaction. A food trial is a big commitment that your veterinarian can discuss with you. • Medications and supplements: antihistamines will help reduce the itchy feeling many pets have. Benadryl works well for initial itchy episodes. Zyrtec or Claratin work well for long-term allergy treatment.

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Breaking news: The Enumclaw High fastpitch team qualified for the 3A state tournament Monday morning with a 10-4 victory over Timberline. Watch for all sports updates.

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WR, Enumclaw tracksters headed to state By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

The White River High boys placed third at last weekend’s West Central District track and field meet, scoring 68 team points and advancing nine athletes to the upcoming state Class 2A championships. The White River girls team had just one representative survive districts, but Jade Crawford made quite a splash. She will compete in three events at state. The season-ending meet, better known as Star Track, is slated for Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma. During last week’s district meet, staged at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner, the top six entries in each event qualified for state. Devin Liebel led White River’s district charge, qualifying in two individual events and as part of two relay teams. He was in the most-anticipated events, as the top three hurdlers in the state – Liebel, Craig Allen of North Mason and

Daniel Zmuda of Steilacoom – were slated to participate. Liebel won the 110-meter high hurdles and was third in the 300-meter low hurdles. His clocking of 13.98 seconds in the shorter distance shattered both the White River school record and district record and now sits as the top time this year throughout the state, regardless of classification. Chris Fisher and Nick Wells qualified for state in two events each. Fisher was second at 3,200 meters and fourth in the 1,600, while Wells was second in the 100 meters and third in the 200. Also qualifying for state in individual events were Trevor Christy, fifth in the discus, and Scott Anderson, sixth in the shot put. Placing second to nab a state berth was the 4x400-meter relay team of Liebel, Austin May, Wes Fueston and Fisher. Finishing third was the 4x100 relay quartet of Liebel, May, Hunter Hendricks and Wells. On the girls side, Crawford planed second to earn a state trip in the 110-meter high hurdles, was third in the triple jump and fifth in the high jump.

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The Enumclaw High Hornets will be sending 10 athletes – eight girls and two boys – to the Class 3A state track and field championships. The season-culminating event will take place Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Tacoma’s Mount Tahoma High School. Athletes earned a trip to the state meet during last weekend’s West Central/Southwest district meet in Shelton. Hornets headed to state are: • Aleea Gwerder, who qualified in four events. She will take part in the 400 meters, where she placed second, the 200 meters, third, and long jump, third, and also run a leg on the district-winning 4x400-meter relay team. • Maria Blad, who qualified in

both the 100-meter and 300-meter hurdle races, plus the 4x400-meter relay. She topped the field in the shorter relay and was second in the 300. • Hannah Calvert in both the 1,600, where she was third, and 3,200 meters, where she placed fifth. • Samantha Engebretsen in both the 1,600 meters, placing fifth, and 3,200 meters, fourth. • KC Moulden in both the shot put and discus. She was the district champion in the shot and took second in the discus. • Katie Christensen and Olivia Bannerot, each holding down one leg in both he 4x200 and 4x400 relays. • Katie Holland and Diane Lindsey, each running a leg in the 4x200 relay. In boys competition, Zack Mason qualified for state in the 200 meters

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Water polo wins finale, takes 11th By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

Enumclaw High split its final two games of the season to capture 11th place in the state water polo championships. On the final day of action, EHS defeated Tacoma’s Stadium High 8-4 to settle the issue for 11th- or 12th-place honors. Playing at Curtis High School in University Place, the Hornets were paced by Megan Lesmeister and Bella Davenport, who scored three goals each. The remaining tallies were provided by Hayley Sonneson and Anna Davenport. After slipping into the consolation round of the state tourney, Enumclaw took on Tacoma’s Wilson High Thursday night, falling 9-7 at Lakes High. The two teams played even through much of the game, with the score tied 3-3 at halftime and 7-7 with less than

Headed to state tournament

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Enumclaw High’s Kayla Zilbauer returns a volley during last weekend’s district tournament at the Sprinker Tennis Center. Zilbauer and partner Camille Clare earned the No. 6 seed from districts and will participate in the upcoming Class 3A state tournament. Another EHS doubles team, Hannah Smith and Rachel Norling, took third in districts and also will head to state. A third EHS tandem, Barbie Becker nd Kylee Almy, qualified for district play but did not advance. The Hornet doubles teams will travel to the Tri-Cities for the 3A state tourney, to be played Friday and Saturday at the Tri City Court Club and at Kamiakin High. Photo by Dennis Box


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White River baseball bounced in opener By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

The White River Hornets saw a successful baseball season come to a disappointing close Sunday afternoon in the form of a 2-0 loss to Archbishop Murphy in the Sweet 16 round of the Class 2A state tournament. The unusual Sunday contest was made necessary by Saturday’s rainfall in Bellingham, where White River competed at Joe Martin Field.

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Wednesday, May 22, 2013 • The Enumclaw Courier-Herald • Page 11

Eilers promoted to top job

EHS swimmer signs on with college in West Virginia

VanHoof stays close, will swim at Pacific Lutheran

Enumclaw High School’s Isabella Davenport inked a national letter of intent to swim for Alderson-Broaddus College during an evening signing ceremony April 30 in the EHS library. The EHS senior, the daughter of Kirk and Dana Davenport, earned four varsity letters with the Hornet swim and dive team and three with the water polo squad. She holds the Enumclaw High record in the 100-yard breaststroke. She was awarded the swim team’s 110 Percent Award and Most Inspirational Swimmer Award during her senior season and earned the Coaches Award as a sophomore. In water polo she earned all-league honorable mention as a junior. She competes year-round with the local swim club, Rainier Foothills Swim Team, and works as a lifeguard at the Enumclaw Aquatic Center. As a Running Start student, Davenport will graduate from Enumclaw High School in June with an associate’s degree from Green River Community College. She plans on studying nursing at AldersonBroaddus College. Overlooking the picturesque Tygart River Valley in Philippi, W.V., AldersonBroaddus College has been providing a quality education for its students for 140 years. Rooted in the liberal arts, AldersonBroaddus College is a health-related and professional institution affiliated with the American Baptist Churches USA and the West Virginia Baptist Convention.

Enumclaw High School senior swimmer and water polo player Bennon VanHoof signed a national letter of intent to swim at Pacific Lutheran University last week. VanHoof earned four varsity letters with the EHS swim and dive team and four more with the EHS water polo squad. He holds the Enumclaw High School swimming record in the 100-yard breaststroke at 59.81 seconds. VanHoof initially broke the school breaststroke record as a freshman with a time of 1:01.78. He continued to break his own record each year, swimming 1:01.38 as a sophomore and 1:00.20 as a junior, before eclipsing the 1-minute barrier this year. VanHoof earned the Coaches Award and the swim team’s Tin Man Award, given to those who swim a district-qualifying time in each event. In water polo, VanHoof earned the Most Valuable Offensive Player Award as a junior and senior and was team captain both years. He also earned first-team allleague honors as a junior and senior and received all-state honorable mention following his senior season. He has competed year-round with the local swim club, Rainier Foothills Swim Team, for 11 years, and works as a lifeguard at the Enumclaw Aquatic Center. VanHoof will graduate from Enumclaw High School in June and plans on studying sociology at Pacific Lutheran University. He is the son of Keith and Sandi VanHoof of Enumclaw.


tunity came in the sixth when Hornets advanced runners to second and third with only one out. Mahlum escaped unscathed when he came up with two of his six strikeouts, fanning the Hornets’ No. 4 and 5 hitters. Mahlum improved to 11-0 on the season and dropped his earned-run average to a miniscule 0.65. Hornet ace Cole Johnson went the distance in his White River finale, allowing both Wildcat runs in the third inning.

While the Hornets were bounced during Sunday’s opener, Archbishop Murphy – the top-ranked 2A club in the state and defending state champion - won a second game and advanced to the Final Four. The Hornet offense was stymied by Wildcat ace Derrick Mahlum, who gave up just two hits. White River’s best oppor-

WATER POLO FROM 10 two minutes left. The Rams scored twice in the last minute to clinch the win. Lesmeister scored three goals for the Hornets, all in the final quarter. Davenport and Bailey Sexton added two each. Enumclaw dropped two games May 15


in the opening round of the state tourney. Playing at Lakes High, EHS lost to Bainbridge Island 10-6 and fell to eventual state champion Gig Harbor 14-3. In the opener, Enumclaw received two goals each from Sonneson and Bella Davenport and one each from Anna Davenport and Sexton. Against Gig Harbor, EHS’s Sierra Clough scored twice and Sexton added the other.

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ences for individuals with and without intellectual disabilities. Here are the teams and individuals that qualified for state: Enumclaw Titans: Sam Keating, Wyatt Martin, Danny Martin, Anna Hertzog, Naveed Haziq, DJ Hertzog, Nadia Hertzog, Noah Higgins, Abraham Garcia, Tenishq Hausenaur, Ian Willis and Eva Willis. Enumclaw Thunder: Kyle Kennedy, Colton Cormier, Brandon Cormier, Hailey Rhode, Jillian DePoppe, Jackson DePoppe, Kenzie Cormier, Bailey Higgins, Austin Countryman and Nacho Rodriques. Enumclaw Hornets: Michael Keating, Rockie Cormier, Joseph Landon, Taylor Milligan, Phoenix Gilbert, Kaylie Sines, Dani Cormier, TJ Cormier, Meranda Dedrick and Tyler Krebsbach. Enumclaw Skills: Sari Keating, Tristin Cozart, Danielle Landon and gold medal winners Preston Bradbury and Aubrie Murphy.

The Enumclaw Titans, Enumclaw Thunder, Enumclaw Hornets and two Enumclaw skills athletes received gold medals at the King County regional soccer tournament in early May. They will represent King County Special Olympics at the June 1-2 state tournament in the junior unified, senior unified and skill competition at Fort Lewis. Special Olympics Unified Sports is an inclusive sports program that combines an approximately equal number of Special Olympics athletes (individuals with intellectual disabilities) and partners (individuals without intellectual disabilities) on teams for training and competition. Special Olympics Unified Sports promotes social inclusion through shared sport training and competition experi-

TRACK FROM 10 and Trey Rodarte earned a state berth in the triple jump. The district meet proved eventful for the girls of

the 4x400-meter relay team, who clocked a time of 4 minutes, 2.36 second, shattering an Enumclaw High record that had stood for 26 years. Also, Moulden’s effort of 41 feet, 3 inches in the shot put is the best ever for an EHS

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Adam Eilers, who has helped coach the highly successful Enumclaw High wrestling team for nine seasons, has been elevated to the top job with the program. His promotion to head coach was announced Thursday by EHS Athletic Director Kevin Smith. Since joining the Hornet program in 2005, Eilers has helped the team earn four state championships, seven regional titles and seven league titles. He was worked with 59 state placers and 11 state champions along the way. Eilers has been groomed to take over the program by Hall of Fame coach Lee Reichert, who announced his retirement in early March. Reichert took over the EHS program in 1996 and, under his leadership, the Hornets built a dual-meet record of 117-7. While the baton has been passed, it remains in the family. Eilers is Reichert’s

sophomore. As a team, the Enumclaw girls tallied 90.33 points to place second, trailing only the 96 points put up by Kelso. Those two were clearly tops in the field, as third-place Decatur managed just 62 points.

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give in to yet another shaky publicity pitch. Now I would venture to say there is not a rural weekly reporter who hasn’t taken a camera and shot his or her fair share of agricultural oddities such as a gargantuan potato or a mutated tomato suggesting the Madonna. In fact, one early Courier-Herald reporter photographed a massive sunflower which made it to the syndicated Ripley’s Believe it or Not feature. This could be my chance for syndicated glory, I thought, and what could be happier than springtime and baby chicks? So, I caved. I had never met Maxine and had no idea what to expect. She gave me directions to her home, not far out of town. I grabbed my camera and notepad and out the door I went, grateful for anything that made me look industrious. My little green Mustang stopped in front of a wire fence, outside an old bungalow. The raised porch needed some paint. Standing on the porch was a woman I presumed to be Maxine. I hesitated.

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ne spring day, the phone rang again and Maxine’s excited voice announced breaking news. “My chicken eggs have hatched!” she cried. “You should see them! There is one ENORMOUS one.” Well, it must have been a Wednesday, that is to say, the day after deadline and nothing much else was going on. Only that and a desperate need for photos would have prompted me to

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Fugate Ford • A Driving Force 1925

Beginning in 1925 across the street from Enumclaw City Hall stood Collins Motor Company. This would be the first Ford Showroom brought to the Enumclaw comunity.


This picture shows Collins Motor Company’s brand new used car office. The building was located across the street from the main store. Pictured left to right; Fred Mackeldowney (owner), Fred Duncan (owner) and the building contractor.

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Fifty years ago, Enumclaw folks were buying their new Ford Customs and other models from Collins Motor Company. Jim Fugate was working for Collins Motor Company as a salesperson. He was #1 in sales in 1957 when the Seattle District was Seattle and Portland combined. Jim became the Sales Manager and after years of success within the company, had an opportunity to purchase Collins Motors in 1960. That was the beginning of the Fugate success story.


This picture was taken on the east side of our Service Department in 1967. Top row left to right; Jim Fugate, Rex Amburgey, Bill Kneedler, Boody Messler, Service Manager: Joe Malatchnic, Ford District manager: Ron Love, Parts Manager: Bob Nut, Ford Technician Manager. Bottom row, left to right, Palmer Peterson, Francis Rotor, Ed Glassco, and Marv Covey.

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Fugate Ford Celebrates 50 Years of Automotive Excellence Ford Motor Company Regional Manager Eric Cin presented a plaque to Fugate Ford to commemorate the milestone anniversary. “Fugate Ford is a great example of longevity and excellence,” Cin said. “They’re an inspiration to the rest of the Ford family to continue offering the best customer service possible.”

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OLSON FROM 13 She was a little more than middle-aged woman with a head full of salt-and-pepper Shirley Temple ringlets. She wore a black shirtwaist dress with no stockings and tennis shoes. For all of her publicity savvy, news of 1970s fashions had not reached her. She smiled a greeting and motioned her hand to welcome me through the wire gate. I smiled back and climbed the steep front steps with my camera and

strap dangling from my shoulder. I followed her inside. The chickens were inside? Yes, it was a nice day, we agreed as she led me to the top of the basement stairs. The painted boards creaked as we descended. Light streaming through the basement windows illuminated a corner of the basement where I recognized a poultry cage. Warm lights hung over it. I was relieved. It was a good setup. “I’ve been feeding them herbal tea,” she told me. I nodded agreeably as if I had

heard that before in my life. I gazed upon the cage. Under the warm lights, a brood of wide awake, peeping yellow chicks crowded around a feeding cup. Among the yellow fuzz appeared some darker brown fuzz with a more elongated body and tail. It had a sleek head, long neck and a bill and tiny webbed feet. The enormous chick was a duckling. My thoughts scrambled for a proper attitude. I was in the basement of a woman whose appearance reminded me of Bette Davis

in “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?” Does she honestly not realize this is a duck? If she doesn’t, should I be the one to tell her? Should I chuckle and point out the facts or would chuckling offend her? For that matter, if I said, “Are you out of your mind?” would that provoke her? Hovering in the back of my mind was the realization that no one knew where I was. I had not risked the ridicule of my fellow reporters by admitting—let us say, revealing— my sources. There seemed

to be no one upstairs in the house and I was alone in a basement with Bette Davis, uh, Maxine and she didn’t know the difference between a chicken and a duck! Weighing my options, I took my camera from my shoulder and decided to give Maxine what she expected— a photo shoot. I snapped away, saying nothing about the enormous little “chicken.” Annie Leibovitz would have been proud of me. The wide angles, the lighting, the close-ups. I covered every inch of the cage and its warm

glowing lights. Finished and satisfied, I thanked her for her hospitality, but I needed to GET GOING. The open air had never smelled so good. A few weeks later, Mr. Olson walked out of his office holding a copy of The National Enquirer. “Someone brought this to me—a woman from Enumclaw had a tip published in The National Enquirer,” he said. “‘Oatmeal in your bath is good for the skin.” Her name is Maxine. Does anyone know something about her?”





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It’s not always easy to live our lives ‘gracefully’ For by grace you have been saved the gift of God. So grace is definitely a through faith, and this is not your own gift freely given to us through faith and Church doing; it is the gift of God – not the it is the gift of God’s very nature. God is Corner result of works, so that no one may boast love and grace is the tangible presence (Ephesians 2:8-9} of God through Jesus. If we look at the As a child growing up Lutheran, last part of this text there is the kicker, Cindy Ehlke this verse was imprinted upon me at “For we are what he has made us, crean early age. Now, after many years ated in Christ Jesus for good works, Calvary Presbyterian of pondering grace, I have spent time which God prepared beforehand to be thinking and reading about grace once our way of life.” To show grace to othagain. Just now, reading the verse again, I see something ers is to be part of our way of life. We are to show mercy to else: in this translation, grace is not the gift from God, it is others because Christ has had mercy on us.

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OBITUARIES CHERYL JIMENEZ Cheryl Annette Rodarte Jimenez died May 13, 2013, at the age of 54. She was born Jan. 13, 1959, is Seattle to Joseph and Mary Rodar te a n d graduated from Enumclaw High School. She had a deepCheryl Jimenez rooted faith in Christianity and was an active member of the Family Life Center Church of God in Auburn. She is survived by husband Eleazar “Chalo” Jimenez; children Ramon, Jesse, Eric and Alyssa; and siblings James Rodarte Sr., Bernice Heintzelman, Joseph Rodarte Jr., Robert Rodarte Sr., Virginia Johnson, Betty Auxier, Roger Rodarte, Shirley Sanchez, Jerry Rodarte Sr., David Rodarte Sr. and Michael Rodarte. She was preceded in death by her parents; sisters Erlinda Rodarte, Estella Carter, Evangeline Daniels and Mary Emery; brother Frank Rodarte Sr.; and daughter Victoria Lynn Jimenez. A viewing and prayer service took place from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday May 16, at Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. A funeral service was at 11 a.m. Friday, May 17, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Enumclaw. Internment was at Enumclaw Evergreen Memorial Park immediately

following the funeral service. Services were by Weeks’ Funeral Home in Buckley. All may sign the online guest book at

JENNIFER HANSEN Enumclaw resident Jennifer Marie Hansen, 55, died May 4, 2013. She was born Sept. 20, 1957, in Enumclaw to Carl and Patricia (Rowley) Hansen. She graduated from Enumclaw High School with the class of 1975, attended Clover P a r k Technical College for two years and Jennifer Hansen worked as an estimator for a landscaping company. She loved the outdoors. She had a greenhouse and a large garden and sold the flowers she grew in front of her house. She also enjoyed rockhounding at Greenwater and fishing for steelhead. She is survived by her mother and brother Jeff Hansen, both of Enumclaw. She was preceded in death by her father. Arrangements are by Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. All may sign the online guest book at www.

LOIS ANDERSON Lois Annette Anderson of Enumclaw died May 11, 2013, at the age of 90. She was born Feb. 10, 1923, in Silverdale, Wash., to Harry and Eunice (Hazelhurst) Read. She spent

most of her childhood in Issaquah, Wash., and graduated from Bothell High School. After high school she worked in her father’s business where she met Leighton R. Anderson and they were married April 18, 1941. They eventually moved to a small farm in Selleck where they raised three sons. She worked for several years at Boeing and became the postmaster of Selleck until she retired. Following her husband’s death she lived in Issaquah, Carnation, Enumclaw and Gig Harbor. She spent the past seven months at Expressions of Enumclaw. She is survived by sons Read and wife Linda, Mark Anderson and Jerry Barry, all of Ravensdale, two grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1978 and son Lyle E. Anderson in 1990. Graveside services took place at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at the Fall City Cemetery. A celebration gathering followed at the Carnation Senior Center. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests remembrances to dementia/Alzheimer’s research. Friends and family are invited to share memories and sign the online guest book at

was a retired employee of the Enumclaw School District. She was a member of Enumclaw Church of Christ and the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe. She was tribal Kaia (honored grandmother) in 2007-08. She enjoyed gardening, knitting, sewing, r e a d ing her Bible and spending time with her Sharon Calvert grandchildren. She is survived by companion Bob Charlo of Enumclaw; sons Don Brassard and wife Sarah of Enumclaw and Darren Brassard and wife Gloria of Tacoma; daughter Debbie Brassard of Enumclaw; brothers Gary Calvert and wife Carol of Auburn and Kenney Calvert and wife Nancy of Auburn; sister Clorene Michel and husband Arlo of Montana; and five grandchildren. Her companion is of the Kalispel Tribe and all others are of the Muckleshoot Tribe. Memorials may be made to the Marsha Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research, P.O. Box 19023, Seattle, 98109-1023.

Enumclaw resident Sharon Calvert, 69, died May 17, 2013. She was born Dec. 15,1943, in Auburn, Wash., one of eight children born to Robert and Nellie Calvert. She graduated from Enumclaw High School in 1961 and

Buckley resident Joseph Kolisch died May 17, 2013, in Puyallup. He was born April 15, 1944, to Sara and Julius Kolisch in Tacoma. He graduated from White River High School where he was a three sport athlete. After graduation he joined the Army, returning home to Buck ley in 1966. He spent his early Joseph Kolisch work i ng years at Weyerhaeuser in Enumclaw, then worked in Tacoma at a metal fabrication plant. His lifelong career in firefighting started as a volunteer firefighter and chief in Buckley and in 1979 he became Enumclaw fire chief. He remained in that capacity until his retirement in February 2007. He was

MAXINE KNAPP Maxine Knapp died May 18, 2013, at the age of 87. Arrangements are pending; for details, contact Weeks’ Funeral Home, Buckley, at 360-892-1171.

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Our beloved Roland L. Scobee 62, was called home into the arms of the Lord on April 21, 2013 in Federal Way, Wa. Roland was born to parents Louis R. Scobee and Vernal Larson on January 18, 1951, in Seattle, Wa. As a child Roland grew up with his brother and sister doing a lot of hunting and fishing. He loved doing these activities with his family and grew up loving to do these things with close friends as well. He loved the outdoors and as a young man his career in logging allowed him to spend time where he was always drawn to. He had a love of people and was commitment to being a good man. He proved this in his daily life seeking out opportunities where he could serve the community he lived in. As a resident of the Pinewood Apartments in Federal Wa, he really got a chance to meet some great people who cared for him and considered him a good friend. He lived there for over 11 years and has built some long lasting and strong relationships with in the Pinewood community. He was a very personable man, who was liked by all. Roland is preceded in death by both his parents and sister Cheryl Ulrickson, from Alaska and is survived by his brother Randy Scobee of Rathrum Idaho. Roland will be greatly missed and forever remembered by his friends and family. My flesh and my heart may fail, but GOD is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.

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a 46-year member of the Buckley Eagles and for many years volunteered as athletic trainer for White River High School football and basketball games. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Sherri; son Mike Kolisch; daughter Karen Rodriguez and husband Michael; six grandchildren; and one great-grandson. All are of Buckley. Services will take place at 11 a.m. Friday, May 24, at the Enumclaw Expo Center fieldhouse. A visitation is planned for 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, May 23, at Weeks Funeral Home in Buckley. Remembrances may be made to the Buckley Fire Department, P.O. Box 1015, Buckley, 98321; the Enumclaw Fire Department, 1330 Wells St., Enumclaw, 98022; or the American Diabetes Association, 1730 Minor Ave. No. 920, Seattle, 98101. All may sign the online guestbook at


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Memorial Services : Christian Faith Center 33645 20th Ave S. Federal Way, Wa 98003 on June 8th, 2013 from 12-1pm. Reception to follow

A memorial service is planned for 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 4, at Kibler Avenue Church of Christ in Enumclaw. All may sign the online guest book at


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City of Bonney Lake Ordinances adopted May 14, 2013 AB13-05 – Ordinance No. 1460 [D13-05] - An Ordinance of the City Council of the City Of B o n n ey L a ke, P i e r c e C o u n t y, Wa s h i n g t o n , Amending Ordinance 1403 Relating To Salaries For Non-Represented Employees. The full text of ordinances is available to view online at or upon request to the City Clerk. # 481721 5/22/13 The Town of Wilkeson is changing regular council meeting of June 12th to June 10th, 2013 at 7:00 at the Wilkeson Town Hall. # 482673 5/22/13, 5/29/13

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CITY OF BUCKLEY, WASHINGTON Ordinance No. 04-13 An ordinance of the City of Buckley, Washington, amending the Buckley Shoreline Master Program to incorporate revisions suggested by the Washington state depar tment of ecology; providing for severability; and establishing an effective date. For the complete text of this ordinance, please contact the City of Buckley at (360) 829-1921, ext. 7801, or stop by City Hall at 933 Main Street. # 482140 5/22/13 ENUMCLAW SCHOOL DISTRICT SURPLUS SALE Open to private and public schools, students and the general public: Friday June 28th and Saturday June 29th, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. This sale will consist of items that the district no longer needs and has declared surplus, i.e. books, furniture, computer parts, interactive whiteboards, etc. A complete list of items c a n b e fo u n d o n o u r w e b s i t e h t t p : / / w w w. e nu m under District Departments/Business & Operations/Sur plus Sale. Sale Location: JJ Smith Elementary School, 1640 Fell Street, Enumclaw. # 481714 5/22/13, 6/19/13 The Enumclaw School District is now accepting bids from contractors for the following services: OT .5 FTE, PT 1.0 FTE serving Elementary, Middle and High School students for the 2013-2014 s c h o o l ye a r. P l e a s e email hourly rates and availability of providers t o Anne_Chambers@enum c l a w. w e d n e t . e d u b y June 12, 2013. # 480020 5/15/13 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE Estate of: HARRY A. CONNOR, Deceased. NO. 13-4-00693-9 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) The Co-Personal Representatives named below has been appointed and has qualified as Co-Personal Representatives of this estate. Any persons having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any o t h e r w i s e a p p l i c a bl e statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Co-Personal Representatives or the attorneys of record at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) thirty days after the Co-Personal Repres e n t a t i ve s s e r ve d o r mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051

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and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of First Publication: Wednesday, May 8, 2012. Co-Personal Representatives: James P. Conner, CoPR Susan E. Cunningham, Co-PR Attorney for Personal Representative: Michael J. Reynolds Address for Mailing or Service: Reynolds Burton Attorneys 1219 Cole St. Enumclaw, WA. 98022 # 478590 5/8/13, 5/15/13, 5/22/13


Any persons desiring to present their views to the Washington State Department of Ecology regarding this application, or interested in Ecology’s action on this application, may notify Ecology in writing no later than 30 days of the last date of publication of this notice. Ecology reviews public comments and considers whether discharges from this project would cause a measurable change in receiving water quality, and, if so, whether the project is necessary and in the overriding public interest according to Tier II antidegradation requirements under WAC 173-201A-320. Comments may be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program Construction Stormwater Unit PO Box 47696 O l y m p i a , W A 98504-7696 # 481586 5/22/13, 5/29/13

Case No. 13-4-08203-6KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) DIANE L. THOMAS HART has been appointed as Executrix/ Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent that arose bef o r e t h e d e c e d e n t ’s death must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative ser ved or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of Filing Copy of Notice to Creditors: May 9, 2013. Date of First Publication: May 15, 2013. FA R R L AW G R O U P, PLLC By: M. Owen Gabrielson, WSBA #34214 P.O. Box 890 Enumclaw, WA 98022 Attorneys for Executrix/ Personal Representative /s/ Diane L. Thomas Hart Executrix/Personal Representative

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY In Re the Matter of the Estates of: JENNIFER MARIE HANSEN, Deceased. No. 13-4-08421-7KNT NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Personal Representative named below has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator/ Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the deceased must, prior to the time such claims would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner provided in RCW 11.40.070 by servbing or mailing to the P.R. or the P.R.’s attorney at the address stated and the original of the claim with the Clerk of this Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of [1] thirty days after the P.R. served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided in RCW 11.40.020(1){c}, or (2) within four months after the date of first publication of this notice. If thre claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the probate assets and non-probate a s s e t s . DATE OF FILING COPY OF NOTICE TO CREDITORS: April 22, 2013 DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: May 1, 2013 /s/ BARRY C. KOMBOL P.O. Box 100 B l a ck D i a m o n d , WA 98010 /s/ JEFFREY HANSEN 31615 Third Ave B l a c k D i a m o n d , WA 98010 BA R RY C . KO M B O L WSBA #8145 Attorney for Estate/ P.O. Box 100 31615 Third Avenue B l a c k D i a m o n d , WA . 98010 Tel: ( 3 6 0 ) 8 8 6 - 2 8 6 8 / (425)432-3380 # 482821 5/22/13, 5/29/13, 6/5/13


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SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY OF KING IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF BETTY LOU SLYFIELD, Deceased NO. 13-4-08127-7KNT NOTICE TO CREDITORS RCW 11.40.030 The personal representative named below has been appointed and has qualified as Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the personal representative or the personal representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the personal representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided und e r R C W 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication o f t h e n o t i c e. I f t h e claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of filing copy of Notice to Creditors: May 15, 2013 Date of first publication: May 22, 2013. SUSAN ANN SLYFIELD Personal Representative TRIP HART WSBA # 8913 Attor ney for Personal Representative Address for Mailing or Service: 1224 Griffin Avenue Enumclaw, WA 980223012 (360) 825-5581 # 481713 5/22/13, 5/29/13, 6/5/13 SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of WAHNEETA L. THOMAS Deceased.

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SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR PIERCE COUNTY The Estate of KARL TSCHUMPERLIN, Deceased. Case No. 13-4-00669-6 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) D E V O N B OY L E h a s been appointed as Executrix/ Personal Representative of this estate. A ny p e r s o n h av i n g a claim against the decedent that arose before t h e d e c e d e n t ’s d e a t h must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided u n d e r R C W 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication o f t h e n o t i c e. I f t h e claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever

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C O C K E R S PA N I E L Puppy Tri-Colored Parti Sable with blue eyes. Registered litter. Adorable, loving, fluffs of fun! Born 3/6/13. 4 males. All colors. First shots received. References from previous litter owners. Exceptional dogs, ver y smar t and l o v i n g . S h o w q u a l i t y. Parents on site. Includes paper : $550 each. For appointment please call Dawn 253-261-0713 Enumclaw

BOARDING/LESSONS Warm stalls, indoor aren a , l e s s o n s / a l l s e a t s. H o r s e s p r ov i d e d . H o t wash rack. 24hr care. 360-825-5617.


AVAIL NOW 2 LITTERS Of Full Euro’s; one litter of blues and one of mixed colors. AKC Great Dane Pups Health guarantee! Males / Females. Dreyrsdanes is Oregon state’s largest breeder of Great Danes, licensed since ‘02. Super sweet, intelligent, lovable, gentle giants $2000- $3,300. Also Standard Poodles. 503-556-4190. SMALL MIXED Breed puppies. Bor n 4/4/13. Excellent companion puppies. “Heinz 57”. $200 each. Call Skyway at: 206-723-1271 WEST HIGHLAND WHITE TERRIER PUPPIES Registered APR, 2 Females for $800 each. 9 weeks old. Health guarenteed. Had first shots and wor med. Deliver y may be possible (meet you half way). Call for information: 360-436-0338

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Estate Sale. Fr iday & Saturday, May 24th & 25th, 9AM-4PM. Player piano, antique bedroom set & hutch, antiques, china, decor, & so much more! 1541 Garfield St. Enumclaw

Garage/ Moving Sale. S a t u r d a y, 9 A M - 3 P M . Queen bed, corner hutch, ar moire, free couch, kitchenware, Pyrex. Lots of stuff. Priced to sell. 1318 Lafromboise St. in garage behind house.

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Senior earns Arts Institute scholarship

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Enumclaw High senior John Carr earned a tuition scholarship in the local level of The Art Institutes and Americans for the Arts “You Can Create Tomorrow” poster design competition. Carr, who placed second in the high school senior category, earned a $1,000 tuition scholarship toward his education at The Art Institute of Seattle. The 10th annual competition was open to graduating high school seniors and high school graduates interested in pursuing a creative education.

Degree received from Central Oklahoma Enumclaw resident Lynn E. Thayer graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma with a master of arts degree in psychology-counseling during commencement ceremonies May 10-11.


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