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r00/efel and Gritter 0000,xchange vows Keli Sheree Kiefel of Redmond and Kenneth Lee Gritter of Kirkland were united in marriage on April 8, 1989, at a 5 p.m. service at Our Savior Lutheran Church in Issaquah. The Rev. Paul Wuest and the Rev. Richard Wendt offici- ated at the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Rolland and Sherry Kiefel of Issaquah. The groom is the sone of Will ard and Pemella Gritter of Holland, Michigan. The bride's sister, Whitney Kiefel, served as maid of honor. Cyndi Parsons, and Jane Gritter served as brides- maids, and Sarah Howitt served as ringbearer. Steve Klamer was the groom's best man. Grooms- men were Dan Tadema, and Dave Pearson. Candlelighters were Jay Coleman and Shane Sweeney. The bride is a 1984 gradu- ate of Issaquah High School. She attended the Lutheran Bible Institute in Seattle and is now employed by Kelly Services in Bellevue. The groom graduated from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and is employed by VVH, Inc. in Seattle. The couple honeymooned in Maul and now reside in Redmond. and Kell Gritter and Steve Hauff roston, Hauff plan I00()vember wedding )ri Croston, a 1982 Ute of Issaquah High planning a No- 1989 wedding. bride-elect is the of Dennis and "yl Croston and Butch S;Llly Cedarholm, all bf lssaquah. Her fiance, Steve Hauff, is the son of Helen and Robert Hauff of Peshastin. He is a 1975 graduate of Peshastin/ Dryden High School and a 1980 graduate of Washington State University. Greg Pubols and Mary Davis Mary Davis plans August wedding Mr. and Mrs. Evan L. Davis, Jr. of Issaquah an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Mary, to Greg Pubols, son of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Pubols of Eugene, Oregon. The bride-elect is a 1985 graduate of Issaquah High School. She will graduate from Pacific Lutheran Uni- versity in May, 1989. The bridegroom-elect is a 1988 graduate of Pacific Lutheran University. The couple plans an Au- gust 19 wedding at Our Sav- ior Lutheran Church in Is- saquah. t00aO00AH GALLERY MAY'S FEATURED ARTIST CLARK ELSTER PASTELS OF PUGET SOUND AND NORWAY 49 FRONT ST. N. ISSAQUAH WA. JEWELRY 14 KGddChmm $21.00 S Sterling Silver Bracelets from $1.70 terling Silver "1 Love You" Necklace $12.00 Call for an appointment in your home or miner Dr. Henry An, 4559 186th Ave. S.E., Issaquah Dr. H. Jewelry 747-1558 For Moms & Grads Semi-Wholesale Prices JOIN US FOR A FREE SEMINAR ON DENTAL IMPLANTS. Just because you're missing some teeth doesn't mean you must have bridgework that requires capping two healthy teeth. A single tooth can be implanted utilizing the scientifi- .Cally documented process of osseo- RECOGNIZED ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIA[ SURGEON AND IMPLANTOLOGIST. Dr. Dewayne Briscoe, Bellevue oral surgeon and implantolo- gist, will answer your questions and describe in detail this revolutionary procedure. Dr. Briscoe is sponsored by the Eastside Dental Implant Center, Integration. Dental implants or tooth 1515 llEth Ave. NE #302, Bellevue, SUbstitutes are actually planted in ,r-. "-- Washington 98004. t - - " he jaw for a more natural, comfort- .._.,1[..___..., CALL 454-2507 TO ATTEND able look and feel.  / --J:1- ON MAY 16, 7"30 PM, OVER- EARN ABOUT DENTAL IMPLANTS |  H/] =  LAKE HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER, FROM AN INTERNAI"IONALLY -L--II EDUCATION cENTERAUDITORIUM. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 3, 1989 - Page 7 Pine Lake Covenant Church On Sunday, May 7, at 3 p.m., the Pine Lake Covenant Church will dedi- cate its new facility. The 14,300 square foot building is located at 1715 228th Ave. SE on the Pine Lake Plateau. The main level of 7,158 square feet contains space for a 400 seat sanctuary, offices, restroom, nursery and toddler dedicates new facility, hall areas and a fellowship area. When completed, the lower level will provide classroom space, childcare areas, a fel- lowship hall and a kitchen. The 7-year-old congrega- tion, which is a member congregation of the Evangel- ical Covenant Church, had previously met at the Lutheran Bible Institute. Its first service in the new facil- ity was on Easter Sunday. The Rev. Don Robinson is pastor of the congregation. The 3 p.m. worship ser- vice will feature choral mu- sic, a children's choir and several soloists. The Rev. Bud Palmberg of Mercer Is- land Covenant Church will be the speaker. The public is invited to join friends from other local churches at the dedication service. A reception and re- freshment time will immedi- ately follow the service. Save May 6 and 7 to tour some of Issaquah's best available real estate on the market today. Lincoln High class of 1943 Friends of the Lincoln High School class of 1943 are planning an unstructured picmc at stove #2, Woodland Park on Sunday, July 9, at I1 a.m. All classmates and friends are invited. Coffee and tea will be provided. Call 483- 5955. Love to shop GILMAN VILLAGE Mother's Day is Sunday May 14, 1989 For the "Kitchen Queen" Everything for the kitchen... Cookbooks & Gadgets Cookie Jars, Cutlery, Cookware Lovely Aprons Kitchen Linens ;Bar-B-Que Supplies " Vinyl Tablecovers and MORE! Mon.-Sat. 10-6 pm Mother's Day "Halo' Ewe will our lambskin slippers, Ugg boots & throws from Down Under, Gilman Village 391-5990 Beautiful Mother's Day Flowers and Gifts Open Man-Sat 9-6. Gilman Village Sundays lO-5-Open Mother's Day 392-3711 Remember Mom with No other git comes close. DESIGNERS OF DISllNCTIVE JEWELRY l Gilman Village, Issaquah 391-8325 392-3666 Connie Royale Reg. s47 s NOW $399s 91o5 (and weekends). On-the-go women are choosing the handsewn classics from Soft Spots. Naturally comfortable in buttery-soft leather with cushioned linings. Go ahead, try one on today. OYALE t111. 3ilman Village 392-8418 From  THE PAPER PLACE Cards, Gifts, Wraps & Love. Open Daily in Gilman Village. On Mother's Day, Make Your Fedings Clear. Better yet, make them crystal clear with a special gift from the Svvarov,ki ilver Crystal collection. The shelland butterfly are cut exclusively from 30%* Swarovski full lead crystal. Come in and select yours today. SILVER