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iresl :ts t tren Roger Woodworth 00:0000i00.000odwo rth marries :rt ,. |(, p0ult',.er Dale Woodworth, a Duane and Nancy Wood- '. ,|r4hl",onor raduate of Issa- worth, live in Renton. The : ttr[: i s l bride's parents live in ' " Rosalia. ,e;][c C:U?eh :naR1,r? e Woodworth and his new r bride honeymooned in New Spokane. York. The couple will make groom's parents, their home in Spokane. and Anne Copper p We are now a HOLIDAY DECORATING SHOP featuring Hofiday trims & decorations -PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE- 25% OFF ALL ITEMS limited to stock in store ! i i '1 ! Early Bird Special Served 7 to 9 a.m., Monday through Friday 2 blueberry pancakes With hot blueberry syrup, 21inks or2 slices of bacon BOWl of hot oatmeal, buttered toast, peaches. Our regular Breakfast menu is availab/e anytime, night or day/ JUST FOR YOU SENIOR CITIZENS 61.99 61.79 10% including beverages & cocktails, .. 3p.m. to 5 p.m. everyday. Trina and Charles Fischer Anne Redford weds Gary Copper Former Issaquah High Homecoming queen Anne E. Redford was married Octo- ber 1 at Bellevue Presby- 'terian Church to Gary R. Copper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Copper, of The Dalles, Oregon. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex J. Red- ford, of 1313 228th S.E., ls- saquah, and is a recent graduate of Oregon State University. Gary also graduated for OSU. Matrons of honor at the celebration were the bride's sisters, Kathleen Young and Patricia Woodworth. Other attendants include Sandy Baumgartner, Connie Chris- tian, Karen Valentino, Judy Wells, and Janine Guiraut. Matthew Young, nephew of the bride was ringbearer, and flower girl was Heidi Redford, daughter of the bride's cousin. Best man was Pat Gothro and ushers were Rob Robin- son, Jeff Davis, Eric Owens, Bill Gassaway, Paul Bonham and Chris Bull. The bride's gown was sewn by her mother, and was fashioned of off-white taf- feta with a fitted bodice, mutton sleeves and cathedral-length train trimm- ed in lace. The lace yoke and lower sleeves were covered with seed pearls sewn by the bride. Her lace-trimmed cathedral-length veil was also fashioned by her mother and held in place by the Juliet cap her mother wore at her wed- ding. The bride's flowers were peach begonias with white stephanotis and ivy. The pillow carried by the ring bearer was made by the bride's grandmother, Elsie Kooser, using fabric from the wedding gown of the bride's mother. ', 5th Annual COUNTR_ Y HOLIDAY SHOW Pine Lake Community Club / . Saturday, Nov. 12  9 a.m. - 4 p.m. ,,{:, . , Items For This Holiday Season.  Party Time! To make entertanning a'pleasure for you and your guests, let us cater for you. Our party platters consist of only the finest top quality U.S.D.A. 'choice' meats, natural and flavored cheeses, attractively garnish- ed for an elegant appearance. Our complete service will fulfill your every need. Please feel free to stop in and ask for our catering brochure and look at our pic- tu re portfolio. Trina Hornberg says vows Trina Lee Hornberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hornberg, of 16125 255th Ave. S.E., Issaquah, was married September 24 at Lakeridge Lutheran Church to Charles Michael Fischer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fischer, of Renton. The candlelight ceremony was presided over by Pastor Gordon Coates, with a recep- tion following at Fairwood Golf and Country Club. Maid of honor was Cheryl Fischer, and bridesmaids were Linda Delaurenti, Teri Schutt, Carla Allam and Kir- sten Hornberg. Best man was Randy Oades, and ushers were Bob Fischer, Randy Rockstad, Bob Wallace and Tim Horn berg. Other attendants included flower girls Melissa and Kim- berly Rouse, ring bearer Gabriel Allam, candle lighter Craig Fischer and Shane Allam was in charge of pro- grams. The bride wore a gown of chantilly lace over organza, with a sweetheart neckline, bishop's sleeves and a chapel length petal-back train. The lace bodice was accented with pearls. Attendants wore gowns floor length dusty rose sleeveless silk crepe with lace overlay. The bride is a 1982 graduate of Liberty High School, and the groom a 1976 graduate of lssaquah High. Trina is employed by Kirk-Mayer, Inc. as an engi- neering recruiter and Mike is a carpenter. Churches St. Joseph's holds annual bazaar St. Joseph's Parish will hold its annual bazaar No- vember 11 and 12 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. A soup and salad lunch' will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. A ham, baked beans and scalloped potatoes dinner will be served from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on the llth only. Both lunch and dinner will include pie and coffee. Luncheon can also be pur- chased ala carte. Booths will feature Christ- mas items, handicrafts, bak- ed goods, homemade candy, plants, fish pond, and white elephant. Klein in concert at New Life Fellowship Contemporary Christian artist and former Issaquah High teacher Bill Klein will minister in song Friday, No- vember 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the New Life Christian Fellow- ship gathering at the Pine ( The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, November 9, 1983 - Page 5 Lake Community Club. Klein's music has a folk flavor; he uses mostly acoustic guitar with some piano and harp. He seeks to edify and encourage through songs of praise and worship such as "I Love You, Lord," which is found on Maran- tha's "Praise 4" and "Best of Praise" albums. For more information, call 392-9823. Northrup visits Faith, Hope, Love Pastor Bjorn Bergmann of Faith, Hope & t.ove Chris- tian Center in lssaquah, in- vites the public to join in the ministry of Dr. Donald Northrup beginning Thurs- day, November 10 through Saturday, November 12 at 7:30 and on Sunday morn- ing, November 13 at 10 a.m. Nursery will be provided at all meetings. Faith, Hope and Love is located at 5638 221st Place, lssaquah (V2 mile east of lssaquah Holi- day Inn). For more informa- tion call 392-8188. Dr. Northrup has been in- volved in World Wide minis- try for the past 37 years and has travelled to more than 55 countries ministering in near- ly every denomination during his travels. Seventeen years were spent on the Mission Fields of Afri- ca in mass Evangelism and Aerial Literature dropping, where the Gospel of John was dropped from a low fly- ing aircraft over the villages and remote areas. Covenant Churcla holds film series "Strengthening Your Grip" film series by Charles Swindoll will be shown at Pine Lake Covenant Church, meeting at Lutheran Bible In- stitute, in the Sunrise Room, November 13, 7 p.m. The popular minister, whose radio program "In- sight for Living" is broadcast more than 400 times daily, deals with the topic on "Atti- tudes: Choosing the Food You Serve Your Mind." Here Swindoll urges a mental diet of something other than "media clutter" for anyone wanting to im- prove their outlook on life. Nursery care available. .( :|i: I Prices effective through November 15, 1983 4'x8' REAL WOOD PANELS Big Savings on Real Wood Paneling! ,....,o., 14" ,,.,.c.,., 17" Reg. $17.99 Each Reg. $21.99 Each Almond Alder 8EeaSc Rustic Cedar 1699 Reg.$10.99 h Reg. $18.99 Each SUNSHINE CEDAR STRIP PANELING %"x4" T & G clear ):96 %"x6" T & O Tight Knot 24 S/F pkg. Reg. $29.99 ar-Each 32 S/F pkg. 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