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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, November I I, 1987 Around |&apos;own CIt bs i Assoc. for Education of Young Children The Association for the Education of Young Children will hold a mini-conference at Lake Washington Vo-Tech on Saturday, November 14. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. with classes running from 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Workshops cover a wide variety of topics from art, language enhancement with toddlers to grocery cart sci- ence. For further information please call 392-9366 or 823- 4057. Kiwanis names new president Rick Ryerson, president of a Bellevue-based development company, has been named president of the Issaquah Val- ley Kiwanis. "Kiwanis is entering a new Issaquah Valley Kiwanis holds 7 a.m. breakfast meet- ings each Friday morning at the Issaquah Holiday Inn.. For further information, call Ryerson at 885-4043. Rick Ryerson Overlake Republican Women Overlake Republican Births Mackenzie Jarvis. Stocklin A baby girl was born to Paul Stocklin and Geraldine Jarvis at 9:40 a.m. on November 1, 1987. Mackenzie Constance weighed 7 lbs., 10 oz. and was 20 inches long. She has a five-year-old brother, Cory. Mackenzie's grandmother is " .... Connie Stocklin of Juanita. Joseph Graver Carl and Christine Graver are the proud parents of a baby boy born at 1:03 p.m. on October 29, 1987. Joseph William weighed 9 lbs., 7 oz. and was 21 inches i long. He has a 19-month-old brother, Corey. Grandparents are Charles and Donna Graver and Donald and Judy McCune, all of Is- saquah. Great-grandparents are Joe and Charlotte Howerton end child at 1:12 p.m. on October 30, 1987. Amanda Corinne weighed 6 lbs., 8 oz. and was 19 inches long. She has a 4-year-old sister, Lauren. Grandparents are Stanley and Betty Riggers of Idaho and Jose and Catherine Re- mere of Colorado. Amanda's great-grandmother is Mrs. W.W. Riggers of Idaho. Ashleigh Abhold A baby girl was born to Timothy and Carmen Abhold at 6:53 p.m. on October 29, 1987. Ashleigh Francis Louise weighed 7 lbs., 8 1/2 oz. and was 22 inches long. Grandparents are Charles Long and Dawn McLean of Ballard and Mary and Frank Abhold of Yakima. Ash- leigh's great-grandmother is Margaret McLean of Alberta, Canada. Danielle Turrin John and Dinah Turrin are the proud parents of a baby girl, born at 3:13 a.m. on Roddewig cmtTd Nusser exchange weclding vows .... - _ On August 15, 1987 Cur- The groom was attired in a tisAdamRoddewigandDeb- white tuxedo and the lr - "  era Ann Musser exchanged groomsmen wore silver grey. ll 1 marriage vows and rings All wore pink cummerbunds i 7: t by Philip Kouse during a nuptial mass at St. John Bosco Catholic Church in Tacoma. The bride is the daughter of retired U.S. Air Force Cap- tain and Mrs. Richard C. Musser of Tacoma. She is a graduate of Central Washing- ton University The groom, formerly of Issaquah, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roddewig of Fall City. He graduated from Central Washington University in 1985. The bride wore a white gown with bows at the shoulder and a wain trimmed with lace. The short bouffant sleeves and bodice were ac- cented with embroidered lace panels and seed pearls. She wore a hat covered with lace i and embroidery and white silk flower accents, with a long era with membership open to Women will hold their of Bremerton and Lorraine October 24, 1987. attached veil.' women," says Ryerson. "We monthly meeting on Thurs- Graver, Johnny and Alice Danielle Elizabeth weighed i i: The matron of honor was think that is a positive step day, November 19 at the Ervig, all of Issaquah. 7 lbs., 13 oz. and was 20 1/2 i .,i ii!t the bride's sister, Susan and hope to see our member- Greenwood Inn, 425 116th The new father is a 1981 inches long. 1 /: !:;!!; Piehler. Bridesmaids were ship,double this year as a re- Ave. NE, Bellevue. Lunch for graduate of Issaquah High Grandparents are Betty and I .  Marlene Brookhart, Janet Se- suit. $8 will be at noon with the School; the new mom gradu- Phil Hill and June and Veto |  lander, Beth Lang and Melody The Issaquah Valley Kiwa- speaker at 12:30 p.m. ated from Issaquah High in Turrin, all of Redmond. | ..... :i: Gulledge. The groom's sis- his consists of community- For reservations call Vir- 1983. Danielle's great-grand- | ,, ters, Catherine and Collette minded people devoted to ginia Love, 828-6735, or .... mother is Alma Hill of Nev- Curtand DoboraRoddewlg Roddewig, were candle- Amanaa Rnggers sponsoring those projects that Barbara Dorsey, 881-7083, no . aclg ,, , lighters. Ttmothy and Fabtenne help meet some of the area s later than Monday, November i,@, h ] '" u Therapy I mostpressingneeds. 16. Riggers welcomedtheir S are / Care Ltd. 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But how can we be sure the spirits they manifest are as benevolent as Hitlers and Machiavellis exist in that realm too, with even greater potential for deceit and harm? they claim? "Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light," warns the Bible. "It is not surprising, then, if his servants masquerade as servants of righteousness." Channeling ---" a harmless fad? Maybe not. What evidence exists to prove the spiritual dimension is any different from this material world where the powerful manipulate and exploit us and enemies pose as friends7 Could For a complimentary copy of "/'he New Age Movement" 0 U ' write to St. Mark s EMC, 70 E. Sunset Way P 176, Issaq ah.Thts weekly column by our pastor is a service of your Evangelical wdhus at 10 30 Methodist friends. You areinvited to fellowship ' A.M. Sunday in Gibson Hall, west of the Fish Hatchery. Happy Holidays! from DjetQ ' Center A little early you think? 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Featured speaker at the event is physicist Fritjof Capra. Topics discussed the deal with critical issues on Marty Blake completes basic Pvt. Many J. Blake, James and Pam Blake 24047 S.E. lllth Issaquah, has com training at Fort South Carolina. During the traininl students received art, science and society and in drill and ceremoniei their merits andlimitations in weapons, map readinl a holistic world, tactics, military courteSi The event takes place at the military justice, first aid, Chinook Learning Center on Army history and traditionS. Whidbey Island. For more information and registration, He is a 1987 graduate call 467-0384. Issaquah High School. SARA Dad, Mom,  Brad, Katharine, Leigh, Ellen, Mark Faith. 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