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renew wedding vows the 11:15 Mass at Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Bert their wedding 50 years of mar- Bob Russell of- for the couple at the Elks Lodge close friends and hosted by their and grandchildren: Frederick and Mrs. Roberta of St. Louis, and Comouche and Douglas and Loyola Forbes, a Mrs. Vogel and a of St. Joseph's made all the arrangements. For of the altar were and yellow re the Vogel's gar- an arrangement of pink roses for the the alter. Joan Bell and Sam Bell Vogels were married Adellne and Bert Vogel July 1, 1933 in Brooklyn, N.Y. They lived in Santa Ana, Calif. for 33 years be- fore moving to Issaquah in 1977. Mr. Vogel retired in 1976 from Anaconda Wire and Cable in Orange, Calif. as payroll supervisor. He is a member of the Elks Lodge 2546, Issaquah, and Mrs. Vogel is a member of the Is- saquah Emblem Club 503. s celebrate 50th anniversary the family of Dick Taylor of Four Lakes honored the pair with an extended cruise cele- 'lor brating their 50th anniver- sary. The actual anniversary isn't until November 24, but August was the only time the whole family could be pre- sent. A party was given by the Taylor children, Sandy and Jim McFadden of lssaquah, Tom and Maureen Taylor of Federal Way, David Taylor of Seattle, and Bill and Bar- bara Taylor of Florida. Grandchildren in atten- dance were Mrs. Chris Yates, Becky Taylor, Meghan Mc- Fadden, Kirk Caswell, K.C. Taylor, Ken Taylor, Chuck Taylor, Wendy Taylor and Jeff Taylor. Unable to attend were grandchildren B.J. and Allison Taylor of New Jer- sey. Dick and Kate moved to Issaquah from New Jersey in 1973 after Dick retired from Western Electric after work- ing there 47 years. ental films shown at library Uah Library will two controversial as on Thursday, ),m, that evening are This Planet," the 1983 Academy Award themes. Winner in the Documen- For more information call tary/Short category, and or visit the Issaquah Library. "Gods of Metal." Both The telephone number is 392- movies have environmental 3490.  mail Our Local Corn Is Ready! Local Green Beans, Tomatoes, Fruits, Melons & Blueberries CAN OR FREEZE NOW! , Picked Landscape Plants Shrubs Fresh Trees Flowers Evergreens o.,,y VALLEY GROWERS .. 1625 Newport Way _.. Across from Iss. park & HlOe 1/2 ml S. of 1-90 st Exit 15 on SR 900 Dr. Ed Fougerousse announces the opening of his office for the practice of internal medicine and primary medical care for adults & adolescents 392-6090 Mon.-Fri. 9-5 Creekside Professional Center, Suite A 600 N. W. Gilman Blvd. Obituaries iii Charlotte (Hutcheson) Ekdahl Memorial services for Charlotte (Hutcheson) Ekdahl will be held Saturday, August 13 at 3 p.m. at the Fall City United Methodist Church. She died August 6 at the age of 93. She was born October 18, 1889 in Quincy, Mass. The family moved to the Red- mond area when she was eight years old. She married John Hutcheson in 1913 and lived in Kirkland until his death in 1964. She married Carl Ekdahl in 1966 and they lived in Fall City until 1977, when they moved to lssa- quah. Her husband preceed- ed her in death in October, 1982; one daughter, Ruth May, died in 1978. She was a member of the Fall City United Methodist Church and active in the lssa- quah Senior Citizens Club. Survivors include oneson, Robert Hutcheson, of Anacortes, two sisters, Ella Weiss of Kelso and Bess Weiss of Redmond, son-in- law Ernest May of Bellevue, four grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Remembrances may be made to Fall City Methodist Church. Bessie Cubbon Reed Bessie Cubbon Reed, widow of Raymond Francis Reed, deceased 1954, former Chief Engineer of the State of Washington Department of Public Lands (Natural Re- sources) died on June 25 in Escondido, Calif. where she lived for twenty years. She was 90. Reed was born in Kirk- land. She was the daughter of pioneer lssaquah groceryman Thomas Cubbon. She lived in Olympia until 1954. She is survived by a brother, Nelson Cubbon of Escondido; a sister, Margaret (Mrs. William B.) Laney of Seattle; two sons, Raymond F. Reed, Jr., of Seattle and Ronald Cubbon Reed of Bothell; a daughter, Eliza- beth Merrill of Escondido; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Graveside services will be at I1 a.m. Saturday, August 13th at Hillside Cemetery. Hannah E. Holmes A funeral service for Han- nah E. Holmes, 84, of Marysville, formerly of Pres- ton, was held August 8, at Flintoft's Issaquah Funeral Home. Burial followed at the Preston Cemetery. The ser- vices was officiated by Rev. David Grant and Rev. Peter Brashler. She died in Everett August 4. She was born January 27, 1899 in Varmland, Sweden, the daughter of Carl and Bet- ty Skoglund. She moved to Preston in 1905, where she was raised. At an early age she became a member of the Preston First Baptist Church and sang in the choir for ap- proximately 70 years. She married Arthur W. Holmes on September 24, 1921, who preceeded her in death on October 26, 1978. She was well known for her hospitality. Hannah was a member of the Preston First Baptist Church, the Harvest- ers, the Albert Larson Post #3436 V.F.W. Ladies Aux- iliary, the Skogsblomman Vasa Lodge No. 378, Upper Preston and the Marysville First Baptist Church. Holmes is survived by two sons, Norman Holmes, Ren- ton and Russell Holmes, Marysville, one daughter, Jo- Anne Morris, Renton, nine grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. Remembrances may be made to the Marys- ville First Baptist Church, 81st PI. N.E., Marysville. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, August 10, 1983 - Page 5 Elderly man collapses at Vips, dies at Overlake A 72-year-old lssaquah man, George Bioomquist, died at Overlake Hospital August 2, despite resuscita- tion efforts by city fire crews during the dinner hours at VIP's Restaurant. Bloomquist, of 22103 S.E. Newport Way, was semi-con- scious when aid crews arrived in the dining room, but laps- ed into unconsciousness at the scene. He was transport- ed to Overlake by Bellevue Medic II, but died in the emergency room. According to King County Medical Examiners, cause of death was a ruptured blood vessel in the heart. Funeral services for Bloomquist were held Satur- day, at Flintoft's lssaquah Funeral Home, with inter- ment at Fall City cemetery. Born in 1911 in the pioneer town of Valdez, Alaska, Bloomquist was a logger all his life. He was raised in Fall City and graduated from Fall City High School. Among his many employ- ment situations was an op- portunity to work on the giant Coulee Dam. He mov- ed to Issaquah in the early 1960's. A member of the Fall City Lodge #66 of Masons, Mr. BIoomquist is survived by son John, Fall City; daughter Marie Raefield, North Bend, three stepsons, Bill Alma, Pendleton, Fred Alma, Omak, and Robert Alma, of Issaquah; two sisters, Helen Widen, Fall City and Elma Wolph, Edmonds, and 11 grandchildren. O O e PEN'IN AU UST 12th Issaquah's Newest Video Store! Featuring Hundreds of Movies on Tape: Classics, Foreign Films, Comedies, Science Fiction, Children's & Family E00ertaihment. The Latest& Greatest % Hits In All Ratings Including PORKY'S, THE VERDICT,!,48 HRS. & BARRY LYNDON. [ AT AFFORDABLE PRICES! [ OPENING WEEK SPECIALS! I * $4 PER FiLM PER NIGHT TDK T-120 TAPE...s99s OR $6 FOR TWO NIGHTS ALLSOP HEADCLEANERSS12 9s NO MEMBERSHIPS ,FREE POSTERS (While supply lasts) II III II II II IIII IIiiii iiiiiii ii ii iiii IIIIIIIIIB BBBBBBB BBBUIjBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBB BBBBB B m B miD B B B B B B B BB BBB BBBBBBBBNHI jCit ! i00htsVidec . 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