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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 5, 1983 Around town Clubs Pine Lake Garden Club The Pine Lake Garden Club will meet Wednesday, October 12 at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mildred Raab, 109 E. Sammamish Road S., Redmond. The program will be on dried flower arrangements. For more information on what materials to bring, call Mrs. Raab at 885-1418. Overeaters Anonymous Overeaters Anonymous meets every Monday at 9:30 a.m. at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 745 Front Street S. For more information call 392-4316. Garden Club The Issaquah Garden Club will hold its Wednesday, Oc- tober 12 meeting at the Issa- quah Library. At the 11 a.m. business meeting, each mem- ber will answer roll call with the name of a berried shrub or tree. Noon lunch will be served with Pine Lake Garden Club members as guests. The Pine Lake Garden Club members will also be guests for the af- ternoon program. Speaker for the afternoon program that begins at 1 p.m. will be Mrs. Clifford Jones, on "Beauty is Ferns." Anyone interested in learning more about ferns and their care is invited to at- tend. i Valley Seniors The lssaquah Valley Seniors will host an open ses- sion on Japanese embroidery October 6 between 10 a.m. and l p.m. The group is off to a sightseeing trip in Se- quim October 10. They will leave the center about 8:15 a.m. and return about 5 p.m. Registration should be made by October 6. Seniors interested in voting should come to the board meeting on October 11 at 2 p.m. There will be a Colum- bus Day shopping trip to Sea Tac Mall October 12. The van leaves at 9:30 a.m. Fare will be $2. Welcome Wagon The Welcome Wagon will have a get-together at the home of Barbara Gordon on October 6 at l0 a.m. For more information call 392- 0334. iiii Births i Ryan Canham Michael and Heidi (Giende) Canham, of Auburn, are the parents of their first child, Ryan Wolf- gang, born June 19 at Valley General Hospital. He weigh- ed 8 pounds, 8 ounces at birth. Grandparents are Wolfgang and Trish Glende of Issaquah, and Donald and Barbara Canham of Federal Way. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mason, of Ontario, Canada; Mrs. Bonnie Stitt, of Yakima, and Mrs. Lois Canham, of Yakima. Who's news Benton begins at Dartmouth Laurie L. Benton of Issa- quah was among the approx- imately 1,050 students enter- ing the freshman class at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. Benton of 1401 Sycamore Dr., S.E., is the daughter of Hugh and Diane Benton. As a graduate of Forest Ridge High School, Benton was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. She was president of the glee club, vice-president of the French club, and secretary and treasurer of the National Honor Society. Benton lettered in varsity crew, softball, skiing, and cross-country running. Bonner completes Air Force Management course Second Lt. Barbara A. Bonner, daughter of retired Air Force Maj. and Mrs. John A. Bonnet of 3917 229th Place S.E. has graduated from the U.S. Air Force administrative management officer course at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. Bonner is scheduled to serve with the 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. She is a 1983 graduate of the University of Washing- ton, Seattle. i Konarski honored by Entrepreneurs network Betty Konarski, owner of the Country Mouse and manager of Gilman Village, was awarded Honorable Mention by the Women Entrepreneurs Network (WEN) at woman entre- preneur of the year ceremonies held September 20 at the Sea-Tac Marriott. Konarski has been in business in Issaquah since 1970 and was instrumental in the founding of Gilman Village. She is a director of the Seattle Chamber of Com- merce; the Women's Ad- visory Board of Bellevue Community College; Women + Business, Inc.; United Way of King County; King County East Convention and Visitors Bureau; United Good Neighbors of King County; and the Private In- dustry Council of King County. Purschwitz promoted meritoriously to corporal Gilbert Purschwitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Purschwitz of 26402 S.E. 154th Place, has been meritoriously promoted to the rank of corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps. He had been serving at the Marine Corps Battalion in San Diego, Calif., and has recently been sent for duty in Japan. CENEX Seven Star Pasture Blend and CENEX Horse Pasture Blend Seven Star Pasture Blend • A combination of grasses and legumes that pro- duce high tonnage and quality forage in the high rain- fall areas of the Pacific Northwest. 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Barbed Wire00 All 80 Rod Rolls Regular 12Y= Ca. detergent formula • Low sudsing • Reusable, 45 lb. pail "..r.e.. 26.99 .-sc_ S Electric Fence Wire "-_':" • 17 Ga. Steel Wire V4 Mile Spool ......... $8.29 V2 Mile Spool ........ =15.99 Electric Fence Controller 2Pt .......... s29.95 . 4Pt. '31.95  * 2miIe range $0 OR i • UL listed • Solid state top of the line model • Value to $79.95 Illldlt0fl and Electric GIll iccUlOdiI IvIilIill It Ildnll. ' Fish writes Peninsula history Former Issaquah resident Harriet U. Fish, who has done a great deal of work documenting the history of Issaquah, has now written a collection of anecdotes and stories about the people and history of the North Olympic Peninsula. The book is titled "Tracks, Trails and Tales in Clallam County" and covers the time of the Indians to the present. For more information, write Fish at P.O. Box 135, Carls- borg, WA 98324. Rhynedance prepares for West Point Army Pvt. Ben J. Rhyne- dance, son of George H. and Nancy Rhynedance of 18810 S.E. 42nd St., has arrived for duty at Fort Monmouth, N.J. The new cadet is a student of the U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School. Graduates of the one-year school are eligible for appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. He is a 1983 graduate of Is- saquah High. Oxley completes basic training Army Reserve Pvt. Brad- ford A. Oxley, son of Jar- relane H. and David R. Ox- ley of 18900 S.E. 42nd Place has completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. During the training, stu- dents received instruction in drill and ceremonies, wea- pons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, first aid, and Army history and traditions. 1 Gregory and K rista Bissell Glende, Bissell wed Krista Lee Glende, daughter of Wolfgang and Trish Glende, of lssaquah, was married September 23 in Redmond to Gregory An- drew Bissell, of Issaquah. The bridegroom's parents are Nancy Bissell, of Burien and Joseph Bissell, of Camano lsland. The couple will make their home in lssaquah. Scary movies offered at library lssaquah Library has plan- ned a free program of scary movies for children ages 7-13 on Wednesday, October 12, at 3:30 p.m. Showing on the hour long program are "Hannah and the Dog Ghost," "Magic Shop" and "Teeny-tiny and the Witch Woman." The Library is located at 140 E. Sunset Way in Memorial Park. "? II // "' = II  the shop for Gilman Village Issaquah 392-0257 invites you to Change Your Look/ Thursday, Oct. 6th, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. we will feature Sherry Liebsack and Sharon Edberg of * *Totally Unique* * DarLynn and Randall Lee DarLynn Grimes DarLynn Grimes, daught- er of Stanley and Phyllis Grimes, of Issaquah, was married Saturday, October 8 at the Seattle LDS Temple, to Randall F. Lee, of San Jose, California. Lee is the son of Jack and Gilda Lee of North Miami Beach, Florida. DarLynn is a 1981 ate of lssaquah High She and the groom both were ham Young two will make San Jose, and tranS: Jose State. Lee will marketing, and business. Nuclear war topic of films Issaquah Library has booked a free screening of two film shorts about nuclear war on Tuesday, October 18, at 7:30 p.m. I II II ISSAQUAH GALLERY DIRECT KODAK PROCESSING PiCK.UP ALSO CX : 1, Jl i 1 STOP IN AND ASK ABOUT OUR PROCBSING PROGRAM • RLM • PHOTO 8UPPLIE8 • ART SUPPLIES 392-4247 49 FRONT ST. N. ISSAQIJAH, WA 98027 II Featured that "If You Love this and "Gods of The Library is 140 E. Sunset WaY. Wardrobe and Color Consultants 10:00 Color hose complements whls |ha| 11:00 Scarf tying 12:00 Belts, buckles, and bows "The " ' i " ' 1:00 Heralding hats ;: i;]; ,: ; BW° , Bring or wear your favorite fashion . . . Jr i Let the experts accessorize a Singing, Dancing & Laughiag "Totally Unique" You/ Purses and Shoes bYee dra wing: Next to Redmond Florist -- East o[ QFC [or your perusal. 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