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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, April 4, 1979 What Iss Music or ancient Celts per :ormed here Irish music is about toin- vade the Snoqualmie Valley. The No Comhaile, which translates to "no nonsense," are four musicians who play the music of the ancient Celts. It is the type of music that has lived since before the Celts conquered most of Europe. The band has toured the United States and have played to excited and en- thusiastic audiences. Several of the instruments played go back so far in time that there is no record of when or how they originated. The instruments vary from a tin whistle to an Anglo- German concertina, from a fiddle to a bodrhan. The group will perform first at the Preston Com- munity Center on April 7 at 8 p.m. Following that per- formance there will be a potluck dessert, and guests are invited to bring their favorite dessert. The group will present another show at the Fall City Elementary School, April 10 at 8 p.m. The public is invited to both shows. There is no ad- mission charge. These events have been made possible through a grant from the King County Arts Commission. Bi ths Deborah and William Great-grandparents are Timothy, 3. Grandparents Roberts of 4568 187th PI. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loeser of are Mr. and Mrs. John S. SE, announce the March 12 Seattle Clancy of Fair Oaks, Calif., birth of their daughter,Erin *** and Mrs. J. Sopko of Nicole. She was born at Alison Lynn Sopko, Seaside, Ore. Overlake Hospital in daughter of Melissa and Bellevue weighing 8 pounds 5 Ronald Sopko of 18909 S.E. ounces. She joins sister Amy, 42nd PI., arrived at Overlake Beth and Dennis Mooncy 3. Hospital in Bellevue March announce the birth of their Grandparents are Mr. and 14. She weighed 10 pounds I first child, Jason Richard. Mrs. Gordon Roberts and ounce. He was born March 23 Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Brink of She was welcomed by a weighing 6 pounds 7 ounces Seattle. sister Kara, 4, and a brother at Overlake Hospital in 3rd AN NIVERSARY SALE THROUGH APRIL Wallcoverings 20%-30%-40% o,, Custom Draperies Joanna ' ;oven Woo, is 40 % of, ' roe IShutters 20%0. Bellevue. lssaquah grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Col- eman and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mooney. ' Mooney is an employee of Bellevue Plating. The couple both attended Issaquah High School. They live at 700 3rd Ave. NE in lssaquah. Dan and Wanda Landdeck announce the birth of their son Carl Frederick. He was born at Providence Hospital in Seattle, March 26, 12:09 p.m., weighing 7 pounds 9 ounces. He joins a sister Jolene, 3. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Landdeck of lssaquah, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Patton of Wenatchee, Wash. Great grandparents are Mrs. Alma Buckendorf of Longmont, Colo., Mrs. Florene Violette of Culp Creek, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Louie Patton of Eugene, Ore. Great great grandmother is Elf if Patton of Durrant, Oklahoma. Dan Landdeck is a 1970 graduate of lssaquah High School and, .Wanda. iSr a1971 graduate of Mt. Si High School. They live in North Bend. t I I ui _ I OIOSON HALL Parties / The musical group No comhaile Jodie Raid to m arry x- ray tE=.,ch in A ugus t Jodie Raid, a 1974 Issa- quah High School graduate, will marry an x-ray technologist from Seattle in a garden wedding at her parent's home in lssaquah August 18. The bridegroom elect is E. Thomas Apodaca employed at the Group Health Hospital East Side Clinic in Bellevue. Apodaca attended the School of Radiologic Technology at Children's Hospital in Los Angeles and the University of Southern California. He is now a student at North Seat- tle Community College. After graduating from high school Jodie earned her associate degree in accoun- ting from Bellevue Corn- Issaquah man promoted by PNB lssaquah resident Robert T. Wonsetler has been ap- pointed to the position .of Renton business office manager for Pacific Nor- thwest Bell. In his new position Wonsetler will be responsible for residence and business telephone service in the Greater Renton area in- cluding Des Moines and MapleValley, Wonsetler joined the com- pany in 1970 as an assistant manager in PNB's commer- ClNE.MOND presents HEAVEN CAN Robert Wonsetler cial office in Seattle. He is a graduate of the University of Washington and was a member of Alpha Kappa Psi professional business fraternity. He presently is a member of the Renton Chamber of Com- * May Valley Maple H munity College. She now is a shift supervisor at Old Na- tional Bank of Washington. Jodie is the daughter of Gary and Helen Raid, 620 S.E. Sycamore Lan, lssa- quah. Apodaca is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Apodaca, 1025 Paulin-Ave., Calexico, Calif. Stars and stripes Spec. 4 Javire R. Welsh of Los Altos Hills, Calif., recently was assigned as a helicopter repairman with the 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. His father, Javire F. Welsh, lives at 4453 190th Ave. S.E., Issaquah. Clubs *Bri By Roxaine Reynolds Dr. Douglas John Hall of McGill University, Montreal, Canada, will be the guest of Lord of Life Lutheran Church April 22. Dr. Hall is considered to be one of the most important theologians of the North American Con- tinent. Joel Yourkowski has received nomination by Sen. Warren Magnuson to the U.S. Naval Academy as an alternate. Joel is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yourkowski. He graduated from lssaquah High School in 1977 and enlisted in the Navy. He is stationed in Idaho. Liberty High School baseball team was unable to overcome the run made by Redmond in the second inn- ing. They lost the game 1-0. Baseball and softball prac- tices have begun for Coalfield Five Star Athletic Club little league teams. A full schedule of games will begin tentatively on April 16. The club registered 650 boys and girls from age 7 through age 16. Jim Hoffine is the baseball chairman and Pete Cunningham is the head of t.he softball program. Games will be played on Issaquah and Renton School fiels and at Coalfield County Park. Openings for team spon- sors are still available. Phone 271-1114 or 228-6982 for in- formation. Issaquah's Foothills West Toastmistress Club is holding a joint, meeting with Bellevue's Gaveleers Club tonight at 7:30 at the Newport Way Library, 14250 S.E. Newport Way, in Bellevue. The meeting to which the public is invited is planned to be "An Evening of Humor" A raffle help gram. Pla will be sale ty of prizes,: also can money as men Junior school studen out Tuesdays from 6 to Junior High Febus, coach, is workouts Phone or 271-3036 IOK, formation. ' ' :: Plans are Five-Star for i: Bronco and change visi baseball Canadian be in May. Cedar Park Children's Hospital meetS: Life third month. for the the first two Mrs. Thomas president of Meeting time is Apollo PTA board the school plans for nivai. The 28. The Pine Lake Garden is "All Club will hold its monthly meeting April II at 10:30 "Learning to q a.m. at the home of Betty Anyone Rubin. Following the or desiring meeting Mrs. Warren Green may call will talk on "Landscape 392-7436. Design." Anyone interested in joining us please call 392-2432. The monthly Receptions WAIT merce and the Renton Rotary and will feature a program of quah Holiday In-Home Decorator Service available Meetings & "" '" i it:mP;or2t:oua:d sP;:::h:: e:o Club He and his wife, om The PineBcnders atll:30a.m. with Wall 'n Window's full time Interior Youth Activities THE ONE AND ONLY Lomse, have one daughter Homemaker's aub will meet cheon for$4 Designer or Interior Decorator. We're ' KITCHEN AVAILABLEReasonable Rates ." 885"1 995 ' lP,,r,r=,,lll I entertain. April 11 from 10 a.m. to2 and tip. For pleased to help! ,4, ,.ore ndway/Redmond illlll  Regular meetings of p.m. A salad luncheon will please call Kit 392-3147 q .... , be served. 2568 or Fran. .... l| ' I]  / Foothills West Toastmistress The subject of the meeting 2068 by April 9' /"//[ If '.[ l.lJl[L Club are held on first and  l lilill third Wednesdays at 7:30 Gregory S. C lSt''.ill p.m. at the Capital Savings 48 Front St. N. 392-3425 I/]/ announcesfamily physician "the opening IIII i e.,,q:J ........... tt} ........ I;7+ND::I;;iu"   m : 11111 Il[[lJll[ ill of his office tl i:_^ 5 EAS TERBASKET i ! I/ for the practice of family II i , BOUQUET i I/ medicineincluding.the IIi " EASTER IS SUNDAY, APRIL 15 i |/ '7"AvndaleWay NE, Suite llS, Redmond II GENERAL ELECTRIC PlneC flllT I l,d=lUlO IF.,'l, U -- i l| 885-1973 , II i - ,Tcy,o:-:,,F - -'% 94FrontSt. N. [ GilmanVmage, Issaquanl Eft i [] SPECTACULAR , ..... 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