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Page 8 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, September 7, 1988 ::•: ............ Who's News [.: : ::: ::,:::: .,.. • : :::.:4: ::::;::::I Andy Jensen is in 'Fiddler' Andy Jansen of Issaquah will be appearing in the Bellevue Children's Theater production of "Fiddler on the Roof." Jensen has a major supporting role of "Motel" in the play and will be singing and dancing. Jansen appeared in Liberty High School's production of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" with the lead of Pseudolus. He graduated from Liberty last June and will attend the University of Washington in the fall, pursuing a theater major. Jacqueline Megow graduates PLU One student from Issaquah was among 176 bachelor's and master's degree candidates who received degrees during ,summer commencement ex- ercises at Pacific Lutheran University August 19. Jacqueline N. Megow re- ceived a B.A. degree with a major in Legal Studies. Issaquah women join sororities A number of Issaquah women were among the individuals joining Washington State Univer- sity's 13 sororities in the formal fall rush. Those from Issaquah who have recendy joined the greek system include: Julie M. Bishop in Alpha Omicron Pi, Erin K. Davies in Alpha Delta Pi, Michelle M. Di- julio in Kappa. Kappa Gamma, Tina M. Ellis in Alpha Omicron Pi, Paula J. Engle in Kappa Delta and Jayme L. Iverson in Kappa Delta. Also joining WSU sorori- ties are: Karl E. Johnson- Larsen in Alpha Chi Omega, Kathleen E. Johnson in Gamma Phi Beta, Sonya A. Morken in Delta Gamma, Carl A. Russell in Kappa Kappa Gamma, Megan E. Rust in Gamma Phi Beta, Tina M. Watkins in Alpha Chi Omega and Kimberly K. Zutter in Pi Beta Phi. Births ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Daniel Ogilvle A baby boy was born to Scott and Sheri Ogilvie at 10:47 a.m. on August 22, 1988. Daniel McGiffin weighed 7 lbs., 1 oz. and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Kaulukukui of Hawaii and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ogilvie of Bellevue. Amelia Savage Lawrence and Lisa Savage are the proud parents of a second daughter, Amelia Marie, born Saturday, Au- gust 20, 1988. She was bum Randy Larsen joins Air Force Randy Larsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Larsen of Is- saquah, enlisted in the Air Force Delayed Enlistment Program August 25. Larsen is a 1989 graduate of lssaquah High School. at 2:26 a.m. at Providence Hospital, weighing 9 lbs., 9 oz. and measuring 21-1/2 inches. She has an older sister Alexandra, 3-1/2, and two older brothers, Damon, 26, and Christopher, 23. Her grandmother is Mrs. Herbert Savage of Issaquah. Great- grandparents include Anna and Salvatore Montebello of Florida. Connor Weide William and Lori Weide welcomed their first son on Thursday, August 25, 1988. Conner Michael was bum at 5:58 a.m. at Northwest Hos- pital. He weighed 8 lbs., 1/2 oz. and measured 20-3/4 inches. He has an older sister, Andrea, 3-1/2. His grandpar- ents are Veto and Helen Ur- locker of Seattle, and Mike and Bibi Weide of Seattle. Great-grandparents are Leonard Urlocker of Olympia and Helma Ateland of Bellingham. Brian Thrailkill Grant and Dianne Thrall- kill are the proud parents of their first child, a son born on Saturday, August 13, 1988. Brian Grant arrived at ........ ."-" "..Z'. ......... Overlake Hospital at 2:30 ./ ,'"'i" ' "*'-"% "% r ............ COUPON ........... I i Buy One Espresso Drink I p.m., weighing 6 lbs., 4 oz. I ; i}) I and measuring 18.1/2 inch. ' " ' Get One es. | .  .... ....... ' . His grandparents are Walt I \\;-.\ Expires 9/30/88 /...)" _ | and Doris Snodgrass of Ore- |1 t1' :','m_[/ €W!,, !4@ I Thrailkillg°n' andofRaYMontana.and Bette '" {".':/:Y ...... I Elizabeth Jones I _ :.::..:.,::i) .  _I l}::i..,,_ A second daughter was I , bum to Rod and Elaine Jones ' I I 1175 N.W. 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Great-grandparents are Elmer 3nd Aslrid Swanson of Seattle, and Kathryn Ernst of Des Moines. Steven Snodderly Ken and Julie Snodderly of Bellevue have welcomed a son into their family. Steven Kenne was bum on Sunday, August 28, 1988 at 6:08 a.m. at Overlake Hospital. He weighed 8 lbs., 11 oz. and measured 20 inches. He has a 3-year-old sister, Melonie. Grandparents are Tom and Vickie Donovan of Issaquah, and Leon and Dona Snodderly of Issaquah. Great-grandparents are Art and Jessie Snodderly of Baring. Ken Snoddedy is a 1982 Issaquah High grad, and is employed by Fedderly/Mar- ion Freightlines in Issaquah. Kaeli Johnston Jerry and Debra Johnston of Redmond are the proud parents of a new daughter. Kaeli Alexis was born Fri- day, August 12, 1988 at 6:30 a.m. She weighed 6 lbs., 12 oz. and measured 19 inches. She joins older sister Av- ery, 2-1/2. Grandparents are Jack and Vita Danek of California, Joyce Batzel of Seattle, and Jack Johnston of Kent. Her great-grandmother is Laura Gilbertson of Seat- tle. Jerry Johnston is the swimming coach at Issaquah High, and is also the coach of the Issaquah Sockeyes Swim Team. Mary Jo and Paul Eldenburg Eldenbergs celebrate silver anniversary Paul and Mary Jo Elden- burg of Kirkland, formerly of Issaquah, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at Holy Family Church in Kirkland where they renewed their vows and enjoyed a brunch with their friends and family. The Eldenburgs were mar- ried August 31, 1963 in Tacoma. They moved to Pullman where they finished their senior year at Washing- ton State University. Then they moved to Issaquah in 1965 where they both began their teaching careers  Paul in Issaquah and Mary Jo in Bellevue. They both cur- rently teach mathematics at Liberty High School in Is- saquah. They now reside in Kirk- land with their nine-year-old son, Tony. They are active in Holy Family parish in Kirkland, are members of Central Park Tennis Club and are mem- bers of various education groups  Mathematics As- sociation of America, Na- tional Council of Teachers of Mathematics, National Edu- cation:Associati0n, Wash- ington Education Association and the Issaquah Education Association. KOREA A Tribute To Integrity In celebration of the 24th Olympiad and on behalf of the Korean community M1NG'S GALLERY and THE OLD BELLEVUE ASSOCIATION welcomes you and your family to attend a day of festivities. Saturday, September 10, 1988 Ming's Gallery 10240 Main Street * Old Bellevue SCHEDULED EVENTS 0:00 a.m. Opening Ceremonies 10:30 a.m. "Korea: A Tribute to Integrity" Exhibit opens CULTURAL PROGRAM 0:30 a.m. Performance by Morning Star Dance Troupe 11:00 a.m. In Ki Kim Martial Arts Academy 1:30 a.m. Korean Evergreen Chorus 2:00 p.m. The Farmers Dance Company of Korea New Friendship Association 2:30 p.m. Ahns Korean Traditional Dance Group Special appearance by Hodori, the official mascot of the Seoul Olympics. HONORED GUESTS The Honorable Mr. Heung Sou Kim, Consul General Republic of '' Korea, his staff; The Honorable Mr. Ralph Munro, ,{; Secretary of State; state and local government officials and community business leaders. "KOREA: A TRIBUTE TO INTEGRITY" Opens September 10-October 2, 1988 Ming's Gallery, International Antique and Art Importers Inc. 10240 Main St., Old Bellevue, WA 98004 Telephone (206) 462-4008 Ample free parking available 81 F.Y.I. I,, "Quilters," a musical about the hardships and W) joys of pioneer women, begins September 8 at: Wl the Village Theatre and runs through October 16. The play is based on a book by Molly Newman I  and Barbra Damasek. Call 392-2202 for ticket infer= 1  marion. The play is directed by Rita Giomi, a Seatfl F [ pro i free.lance director whose Village Theatre credits in [ Ev its u clude "Harvey" and "Children of a Lesser God." Bri Tu .s Highman is music director, Ann Arends is Choreog rapher, Don Yanik designed the sets, Margaret P.nt. Wheeler is the head costumer and Patty Pathieu de  le: 1 signed the lighting, ' ] To kick off its 10th Anniversary Season, the[ a Village Theatre will host an opening nigbfi! Pa parade September 8 at 7 p.m. Showing support r![ be  the Village Theatre, thf.aters from around the areal[ Se It will participateA in this gala event escorted m" vintagel,.l,,lt ' ?1 Model automobiles. In addition, the Issaquah Hign School Band, the drill and cheer squads, participantS,[ Ch t in this year s Miss Issaquah pageant, square dance[ Is  and actual quilters on a horse-drawn wagon will rounaf][ m I out the parade. The parade starts at the comer of[  Front and Gilman and will proceed  the Theatre. ii[ w I "Korea: A Tribute to Integrity" is the title[ ,, of a celebration of the 24th Olympiad and the Kore[ 1[ culture scheduled at Ming s Gallery, September 10,[  q in Old Bellevue, The celebration includes dance lUl tt formances and a special appearance by Hodori,  a official mascot of the Seoul Olympics. Call Se)I 4008. to, Adult fitness classes are Heights YMCA startin a i 1 evening sessions are offered, Classes for 0t 1 are also offered. Call 644-8417, cr( f "Raising a Child With Special Needs: ite Parenting.. Challenge,", will be th, topic of gl .... panel oiscussmn at the Issaquah Library, September,[ 1, 15 at 7:30 p.m. Parents of children who are medi[ T cally fragile or developmentally delayed ate invited 1 [ tr attend this free program. Call 392-5430. , hoi A thr-part class, "Dealing with Diffleul,| People," begins at Overlake Hospital Medicall n Center September 8. The workshops are designed It offer ways to reduce the anxiety of dealing with not so-nice individuals. Call 462-5259. The Seattle Girls Choir is sponsoring audl, tions for girls ages 6 through 16 on September 24) Call 526-1900. ! i i ii i Kim Nicholas, D.V.M., M.$, wishes to announce his new practice Cedar River Animal Hospital .... , .... ,, . 3770 Northeast 4th Street Renton, Washington 98056 226-9773 ALLIED DOES NO1E Inflate ou, prices Io offer unbelievable discounts or coupons• Add on f,cht*ous freight and handling or other hidden charges. 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