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July 15, 1981

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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday. July 15, 1981 Around town Who's news |llll,i i Thomas Heinecke Airman Thomas P. Heinecke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heinecke of 3005 S.E. 241st St., Issaquah, has been assigned to Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, after completing Air Force basic training in Texas. The airman will receive specialized instruction in the communication-electronics systems field. Heinecke is a 1977 graduate .of Issaquah High School. Democrats Democrats will host a potluck dinner at Gibson Hall on July 16, 7 to 10 p.m. Guests will include Democratic candidates for County Executive, Bob Anderson and Randy Reveile. Forty-seventh District Chairman Tony Kesler will present a "Democratic Ap- preciation Award" to a deserving Issaquah resident. The meeting is open to the public. For more informa- tion call Tony Kesler, 939- 1946 or John Ardussi, 392- 5290. Rouse graduates Barbara J. Rouse, 1977 graduate of issaquah High School, received a B.S. de- gree in child development and family life from Oregon Dale Wheatley Airman 1st Class Dale C. Wheatley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pierce of 405 Mountain Park Blvd., lssa- quah, has graduated from the U.S. Air Force security police specialist course at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. Wheatley will now serve at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., with the 352nd Missile. Security Squadron. Photo studies D. Hooker Hailstone of lssaquah recently completed a study session at the Pacific Northwest School of Profes: sional Photography in Ken- more. Hailstone studied with Bob Stevenson, a nationally known photographer and in- structor from Marcellus, New York. Hailstone is the owner of Hooker's Photo-' graphy in Issaquah. Thompson's grandson The nine-year-old grand- son of Armin and Helen Thompson of 15128 Cedar Grove Road, placed second in national amateur wrestling in a June 27 meet in Mort- ulna. Kevin Thompson won the 60-pound division in a tour- nament sponsored by the Na- tional Amateur Wrestling Association in Pullman. i i| i i Births Zachary Carlson Robert and Joyce Carlson of 360 N.E. Alder St. are the parents of their third child, Zachary, born July 8 at Overlake Hospital. Zachary weighed nine pounds, 3 ounces. He has a sister, Amanda, 9, and a brother, Nicholas, 10. Grandparents of the new- born are Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Carlson of lssaquah, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Girard. of Waits Walls, Washington. Stephanie Salemann The first child of Victor and Deweyn Salemann was born July 9 at Overlake Hospital. The baby girl, Stephanie Renee, weighed eight pounds. She is the first grand- daughter of Victor and Valerie Salemann of lssa- quah, and Paul and Ardeen Reynolds of Bellevue. She is the first great granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Carter of Fall City. Deweyn, a singer, and Vic- tor, a student at the Univer- sity of Washington Engineer- ing School, live at 2621 S.E. 56th St. in Issaquah. Terry Huber Terry Kathleen Huber, born July 9, was named after mother because she was born on her mother's birthday. Terry and John Huber are the parents of their third iiii was due June 27 but was two weeks late and now two Hubers will celebrate their birthdays on July 9. to ma Grandparents of the baby girl are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ralph Buckett of Wellington Bergman, a Missouri, and Mr. and Mrs. class of '72 at Frank Huber of Denver, Col- will marry orado. Anderson Class of ' The wedding I place at St. 6 1 reunites Lutheran II at 7 p.m. The lss, aquah High School   " Parents of class of 61 is having its 20 Mr. and Mrs. Anderson of year reunion July 25 at 7 p.m. The reception will be at i A reception Pine Lake Community Club i.," the Fireplace at 21333 S.E. 20th St. ,, au Bellevue. For further information ..... 1  call 392-3832 or 255-5697 i If Seniors I  , won't fundraiser  .0 .umao Mr. and Mrs. Gary Caffroy Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dixon SPCA are novice dog SaturdaYThe lssaquah High School IHS grads w.=d in June LJnda The: 'ell weds classeSto 8 class of '82 will be having a September. car wash and bake sale July Lisa Lyn Day, a 1980 grad- Kathy Halbert, Donna Linda Renee Therreil, a aisle. $35.00 for this 18. The fundraisers will be uate of lssaquah High Huber and her sister Teri 1979 graduate of Issaquah Parents of the bride are session. Call held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ,,School, married Gary Dale Vermeulen. High School, married Darrell Mr. and Mrs. Johnny L. Society for at the lssaquah Mobile Sta- Caffroy, a 1977 graduate, on Best man in the ceremony Dennis Dixon of Kamloops, Therrell of 16112 S.E. 42rid mation, tion on the intersection of June 20 at Our Savior was Joel Fish, the ring bearer British Columbia, at a June Place in Bellevue. The Front Street and Sunset Way. Lutheran Church. was Vince Smith and ushers 20 ceremony, parents of the groom,are Mr. Parents of the bride are were Terry Calf roy, Dave and Mrs. Clarence J. Dixon "/, Fire station  and Mrs. E. M. Day of Armstrong, Bob Coleila and lssaquah and the groom's Skip Day. The wedding took place at of Kamioops, British Colum- Newport Covenant Church bin. house JessyCaffroyoflssaquah.parents are Mr. and Mrs. formed The ceremony by Pastor was Dick per- oper in Bellevue at 3 p.m. withthe The bride wore a long re Class picnic Wendt. MuSic at the recep- Reverend Edward Larson white gown with small pearl The Preston District l0 The bride, dressed in a tion was provided by Caf- performing the ceremony. A buttons down the lace. Ruf- The concert train of bridesmaids and ties of the same deep lace songs of classTheoflSsaquah1960 wiliHighhoidSCh°°ltheir Fire station invites the public gown of traditional white froy's father's band at the candlelighters dressed in sub- trimmed the bodice and merstein annual picnic July 19 at Lake to an open house at the new lace, was escorted by her ballroom of the Sheraton tie spring colors and lace, hemline, coordinating a look 16 at the facility on July 18 from noon maid of honor, Melanie Renton Inn. The couple Sammamish State Park. to4 p.m. Sorenson and bridesmaids honeymooned in Acapulco. escorted the bride down the of antiquity shared by the has been Meet at the main concession child, weighing eight pounds ..... bridesmaids in the proces- August 20. I[ I III State University this spring, stand area. Bring your own five ounces. I ALAN BUNIN M D Attention sion. The attendents wore featuring local Rouse, of Corvallis Oregon, food and drink. Come early, Their other children are long gowns of lavender Auguston, Lori ' [ Growers of graduated on the dean's list. stay late.  1 MistY,c0rpu8 ClSt3' and Joey, 2. She I ' Harley.Davidson Owners calico,lace and tiny°rned with delicate sponsored byKamin°ff and l J ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE and Enthusiasts on the Eastside! The bridesmaids were Library. : I Rhododendrons .,J/,. I I,fi a Mission Kristin Anderson, Cindy [ 81 l [ --;-' (Roman Catholic) | PRACTICE OF FAMILY MEDICINe" Dave DeMartini is pleased to announce the Dixon, Christie Hedman. , Songs from ' [ coming of a new and completely equipped The ushers were Steve Bian- shows including [ Dwarf Conifers  I I ''- I  Harley-Davidson Service Facility Shop. He will chin, Ken Dalgleish, and Eric Pacific, Sound of d I July Rhody Sale!  %N [ I TRADITIONAL LATIN RITE I be concentrating on service for the 1936 to pre- Liljegren. the King and !  I! | 20%-30%off .... v, -\\;l I ....S...,ju,y,0,8:30..m.)   %'  I ooo,..,.;,o..,o.,,,o,. 1 .... ,o,, 116TPI AVENUE N.E. •  I sentHarleavicls models. Drop by and see 1 Linda and Darrell met at sented at the 7:1 l : B Seattle Pacific University Accompaniment  :! ! ............. ""'° '"'°°" '' .... ' i ' r°*:h"  " ! I !1., .....  1 I ..0ss,... , t.OC,TEO.,GHT,N FRONT OFOW.t.^KeiH0sPrr.L '  .[k "TV WORK. | where they have just com- vided by Liza T it / I .... I IHOU:, , :LI=PHONE , Ju.s -z rdetllll, [ i ..... s3-g,s 1895 Poplar Way N. W., Issaquah 392-1895 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY [ ........ T "-- i ........ gAgs] ® Sail through C.,ROP.ACrOS Or,C,.S p.VS,C,.S i Feed withAg re 5-10"10 Or Carolyn Bober 20,20Oplical .... , ' IIrl set blossoms with your wash this ,,u, Family Chiropractic Rx eyewear, contact lenses ac- V, .amily.Med.ical Center | ............ . n, Cnries ' ur. L. d. reenolatt, oszeopamic I bemer. b N.VV alau, r,d.e ...... - -,-: ..... A,, n a . summer with a  ,0 , Front Street North nyu,anu. surgy_4_ I ,ssaquah 392-0202 ;.b -ront t. N., 39Z-4  i Ilg00l]lTomato Sel  . new laundry OPTOMETRISTS i1;_.  by .irlpool ® FitzpalriekChiropraetieClini˘ ,e- , | ilmll Hormone-like spray to 185 E. Sunset Way try uowgill |  fruit set on tomato t Issaquah 392-5321 Contact lenses, full prescrip- " I /1 lit  i'\\;'--: tion service VETERINARIANS l Rosecare COUNSELORS 1505 N W Gilman Blvd., Suite 3 I Eastside Community Mental Issaquah 392-7549 Alpine Animal Hospital 1 Health Ctr. ..L . ..... Chuck Watson, D.V.M. l ( 1609 116th N.E., Bellevue, 455- neooore ,S. ,aoet,u.u. Practice limited to small animalsl F , " . • " . 21800 S E 56th St 392-6456 | h dew in I˘€r,,h ,-. O,..m emily practice" visual training " " ' T urs__, ....... , ........... . 85 N .... I" ' | munity Baptist Church, 205 issaOVuVa'°)2.5381 Issaquah Veterinary Hospital I Aphids/P0wdery Mildew Mt. Park Blvd. S.W. " Bruce R. 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