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rths Johnson and Garrett John- of 375 S.E. Andrews are )arents of their first Jamie Lee, born 29 at the Riverton She weighed 10 two Ounces. the first grandchild and Gordy Arwine and Gerri and Johnson of Mercer ;r great grand- Slade of ;er md Janice Polling- New York are of their first essica Dee, born She weighed seven s: two Ounces. IS the grandchild of lad Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Mr. and Her great is Mrs. Ruth Fahrney Robin Fahrney of S.E. are the of their second Jacqueline Maria, 23 at Riverton sister Jennifer old. grandparents are lnd Dennis Fahrey of and Mary and ta Morris of Las Inge Ligda of Ave. are the their second son, born April 11. nine pounds, His brother Was adopted ashington Chris- Parents after a r wait and arrived at home with eight World's longest nd shortest dell- Alan, the owner S. Bunny fur is Rob0000.rta's business South End County, city volunteers Wh0000sR00°000000t00kt;own in May Valley'Maple Hills'Briarwood to clean up April 23 Roxaine Rv Id (55 5849/ "Spring Clean King Coun- throughout the county. ..e, no._s ,___-____, ty" is Saturday, April 23, Last year, "Spring Clean the middle of winter, Rober- ta Stark wears a full-length rabbit fur coat. People stare because she looks like a character from "Dr. Zhiva- go." Stark is wearing her craft. From a small basement workshop at her home on the Pine Lake Plateau, Stark pieces rabbit pelts together into a dozen different house- hold decorations and clothing. She is carrying on one of the oldest crafts in re- corded history, but that isn't what inspires her to make six- foot long rabbit fur blankets and furry pillows. "Rabbits come in every imaginable color and their beauty inspires me," she says. Stark skins and tans her rabbits, with a process she re- fined ten years ago when she first went into the business. Along the way she says she's had to argue with ardent animal lovers who lament the harmless little creatures who look so good draped over a sofa or women's shoulders. "l don't bother arguing anymore," says Stark. "I'm just one of those people who belives nothing should go to waste. Rabbits are wonderful to eat and they simply have beautiful furs." Stark started raising rab- bits for food ten years ago when she was living in Sno- qualmie. "It's marvelous meat, like tender white chick- en." She says the family used to throw out the pelts after they had eaten the meat. "It was a terrible waste." Now she doesn't raise rab- bits anymore and gets all the pelts she needs from people in the area who breed them for food. Furs vary in price from 35 cents to $1.50. She tans them with salt and alum, products straight out of a supermarket used for pickl- ing. "Anyone can do it, and will loan cameras camera for a holt- Polaroid "Sun Series" kid's birth- cameras can be borrowed visit by grandma free of charge from any one 'Special occasion? of 23 King County Library ng April 18 System branches including BRUSH CLEARANCE SALE Roberts Stark with her rabbit fur. you don't need to spend a lot." Stark admits that for peo- ple new at the craft, skinning is not much fun. "Actually rabbits are very easy to skin. A couple of slits and the fur Issaquah. Polaroid Corporation is in the process of distributing 20,000 Sun cameras to public libraries nationwide. The units are among Polaroid's most easily operated models. The cameras can be bor- rowed for up to three days at a time and each user must provide his or her own film. All borrowers must have signed film equipment " Now through Saturday, April 23 ^_ 12 DOOR PRIZES AT 3 P.M. SATURDAY 580 Rainier Blvd. S.E. (1 blk. behind KC Foods) 392-7022 If no answer: 392-2510 responsibility cards on file with the Library System. The OLlo,ars fine for overdue cameras is $3 per day Volunteer Want to make a difference Wllllll'io in your community? The United Way Volunteer I sb'g-FreteSc°mmunitYwaYtt Bureau has a list of people- helping agencies which need rou. Call them at 447-3765. Let us answer 13817 Northup Way N: E., Bellevue, 643-4544 the phone. b & Letter Fmetory ,=tlu-˘. 195FrontS,. N. 392-4194 -- For Rent comes right off like a glove." On April 27 Stark is teach- ing a class on how to tan and sew rabbit furs at the Issa- quah Library, from a book she has written on the sub- jeer. "After 10 years of trial and error, I think I can make it a lot easier on people who want to give it a try. It's so simple when you know what you're doing. Wilton Cake Decoratin00 Classes start April 26, 10 a.m.- noon or 7-9 p.m. 5 lessons for $15. Pre-registration required Fresh Flower Arranging Classes start May 2, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Learn design,corsages, bridal arrangements, basic & advanced. 15 lessons for $26. Pre-register Watercolor for Young People Classes start April 16, 10 a.m.- noon. $25 for 5 lessons. Pro-registration l ,.t' in every department Now! I Il x" Red tags 50% off/Blue tags 30% off I I All Long-stem Silk Flowers 30% 'off  1[ 19-1st Place N.W. Downtown Issaquah At Factoria Square Mall Only NATURALIZER SHOES presents LOW WEDGE FASHION At An Unbelievable Low Price Regular Price s27. N0wS16 00 Available In A Variety Of Colors Narrow Medium Wide Widths SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION Sale Ends Sunday, April 24, 1983. Hours: M-F 10-9 Faet0ria Mall Sat. 10-6 bq. Sun. 12-5 641-9333 GIBSON HALL Parties • Receptions Rummage Sales Reduced rates for non-profit organizations KITCHEN FACILITIES WE BUILD II " \\; WEDDING DRESS OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALITy FOR SALE Stze 7-8 beautiful ivory peau-da- sole fabric with applied lace and seed pearls. Fitted princess style with Mandarin collar, lan8 buttoned sleeves and detach- able train. Worn once --just cleaned and pressed, ready to wear. Like new but exceptional quality for an excellent price. $250.00, See to appreciate. Call eves. after 6 p.m. Lynnwood 745-4591. , and thousands of volunteers King County" netted 21 tons will be at parks, schoolyards, of rubbish as volunteers Child sexual abuse program roadsides andshorelineareas cleaned litter from many as part of this second annual public areas in the county. comes to Maple Hills county-widehousecleaning. This year, volunteers will More than 100 community be out again on April 23, The Maple Hills PTA will Apollo Elementary School groups, ranging from Boy which also is national Keep sponsor the program "A PTA general meeting and an- and Girl Scout Troops, America Beautiful Day. Frog Talks About Touch- nual ice cream social will be Camp Fire Girl groups, gar- ing," a one-hour presenta- held at the school April 28. den clubs, school groups and All those participating in tion concerning sexual abuse ***** local government organiza- the massive cleanup will be and personal safety created Advanced planning, in- tions will be participating, provided with litter bags by King County Rape Relief. eluding parent meetings, is The second annual King issued by the Department of The program is scheduled being conducted during April County Spring Clean is joint- Ecology as well as special for Monday, April 25, at to complete preparations for ly sponsored by King Coun- tags identifying them as 7:30 p.m., at Maple Hills the annual Briarwood Ely- ty, the state Department of members of the volunteer lit- Elementary School. The pro- mentary School 6th grade Ecology, and the cities of ter pickup task force. gram consists of a play, a camp-out and environmental Seattle, Bothell, Redmond, In the Issaquah area, the film for students, and a studyon May4, 5, and6. Bellevue, Kent, Enumclaw, following organizations are speaker for parents. ***** Issaquah, Tukwila, Pacific participating of King County All interested families are Liberty High School will and Auburn. Spring Clean: invited to attend. For more have three teams of four In addition, the schooldis- Snoquah Association -- information call Maple Hills members each who will parti- tricts of Renton and lssaquah Girl Scouts, lssaquah Service Elementary School at 228- cipate in the Knowledge Bowl will participate, joined by Team and Cub Scouts -- 5363. Competition. Each high many individual schools Pack 695. ***** school in the ESD 121 may Maple Hills School has participate. Students whoap- honored threevolunteers for ply for team membership Roles available in 'South Pacific' February in their "Volunteers need quick recall of facts, ag- The roles of Emile deBec- the roles should prepare a of theMonth"program. The gressiveness, and wide que, Nellie Forbush, Bloody song from the show. The three who have contributed knowledge in the areas of Mary and her beautiful special audition will be held time and talent are Guyla social studies and math. polynesian daughter, Liat, Saturday, April 30, at 4 p.m. Fitch who spent many hours Liberty will compete during for "South Pacific" are still at the theatre. No appoint- helping the school's Young April. open at the Village Theatre. ment is necessary. Authors bind their books; ***** Also needed are several For further information, JoAnne Leckenby, who The Liberty High School male chorus members(sailors call 392-2202 from 3 to 8 volunteers in the kindergar- Class of 1983 will hold its and marines). Persons p.m. Tuesday through Satur- ten class and in the school senior ball April 30 at the interested in auditioning for day. lunchroom daily; and Carol Park Hilton Hotel, 6th and , Sinnett, who volunteers in Seneca, in Seattle. kindergarten and any other Profe i ! area where she, isneeded. Learn to SS o n a Lord of Life Preschool has Directory filled its classes for the fall handle stress semester. They have started a waiting list and will accept A class for those who names of anyone interested would like to learn to handle CHIROPRACTORS the stress in their lives in a Dr. Carolyn Bober-Emery in having their name placed positive way is being offered Issaquah Family Chiropractic Center on the list. 6424 E Lake Sarnmamish Pkwy. S.E. ***** by Eastside Community 392-9490 May Valley Alliance Mental Health Center. Fitzpatrick Chiropractic Clinic Church men are starting a Beginning Thursday, May 185 E Sunset Way project to raise money by 5 at 7 p.m., the class will run Issaquah 392-5321 cutting, splitting and deliver- for four successive Thursday ing firewood for $75 a cord. evenings. For information COUNSELORS The wood is alder. Don Wal- about fees and registration Eastside Community Mental Its is in charge of the project, call 455-9156. Health Ctr. 1609 116th RE, Bellevue, 455-HELP , _ Thursday m ,ssaquah at Com- mumty Baptist Church, 205 Mr. ark lvd S W Sprague • Magnuson --6G  ,ndl.ldual,therapy family, group 58 Front St N,392-4740 Thursday FINANCIAL PLANNING Friday Wm L. Notaro & Company Satu rday 5,5 Rainier Blvd., North Suite 19 S u n day ,ssa. uah, 392-9152 Great savings INSURANCE AGENTS Scott Earney Agency on toys and games 1595N.W Gilman BIvd., 392-9111 Grange Insurance.Shields Agency up to 40% off Grange Mercantile Building on selected items 485 Front St. N., Issaquah )  Located Upstairs...392-4288 OPTICIANS •  20120 Optical tt'.'rtos V / accessories eyewear, contact lenses, 45 Front Street Ncrth 30 Issaquah 392-0202 Monday-Saturday l0 to 5: Sunday 12 to 5 Gilman Village, Issaquah 1 OPTOM ETRISTS 392-2020 41 Welter Cae$1dy, O.D. Contact lenses, family practice 1505 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah 392-8756 Mark Cohn, O.D. Contact lenses, family practice 85 N.W. Aider Issaquah 392-5381 Theodore S. Kadet, O.D. Family practice; visual training 85 N.W Alder 392-5381 PHARMACISTS Issaquah Rexall Drug Full prescription service 30 Front St S. Issaquah 392-6430 appreciated, and always remembered . . . PHYSICAL THERAPISTS .give her flowers! Issaquah Physical Therapy Clinic • "  Gary Hope, R.P.T. 1045 12th Ave N.W., Suite F-10 Many selections Available:  Issaquah 392-0627 • FTD's Beverage Caddy Bouquet with decorative VETERINARIANS coffee mug (pictured) All Cdttem Animal Hospital , Jerry Bishop, D.V.M. • Teleflora s make-up mirror bouquet $ lSO 1045-12th N.W., Suite F-3 • Bud Vase Arrangements Jl.IUP 392-7387 • Dish Gardens Alpine Animal Hospital • Helium Ball0ns & more Chuck Watson, D.V.M. Practice tlmnted to small animals DALLY DELIVERIES TO THE 218oo S.E. 56th St., 392-6456 " ENTIREEASTSIDE issaquahVeterinary Hospital Bruce R Bierbaum, DVM "' V )ISSAQUAli FLORAL Smallsheep.CreatureS,goats cats, dogs. .) & GIFT SHOPPE 795 1St Ave N.W..392.6211 94 Front Street N. Lake Sammamish Veterinary Teleflora i Hospital ' 392 7566 o, '// W Large and small animals • 2300 Newport Way ' 392-5195 I