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p ~ ~ncy Valley OST-KEGISTER VALLEY RECORDS Ill QUINCY POLICE REPORTS SCHOOL LUNCHES April 22 Lorn Harris, 23, was booked by Quincy police for simple assault after police responded to a domestic call on Third Avenue SW. April 23 A resident on D Street SE reported unlmown subjects had taken a stereo from an unlocked vehicle while the ve- II FIRE LINE hicle was parked in a parking lot. April 25 Miguel Angel Tejeda, 37, was ar- rested by Quincy police for driving while intoxicated following a traffic stop on Highway 28 and Road R NW. April 27 Efren Lepe Gomez, 26, was arrested by Quincy police for malicious m/s- chief, third-degree domestic violence and violation of a restraining order after police responded to a domestic problem on E Street NE. Irvin Hagerman, 60, was booked by Quincy police for domestic violence after police responded to a domestic disturbance at a residence on F Street SW. Mt. View, Pioneer, George: Monday: Taco salad, chips, salsa, - sour cream, cake and milk. Tuesday: Hamburger, potato patty, lettuce, pickles, peach half and milk. Wednesday: Corn dog, chicken noodle soup, teddy grahams, orange slices and milk. Thursday: Hotdog, Dine tots, green beans, apple and milk. Friday: Taco, rice, carrot coins, mixed fruit and milk. Quincy Junior High and Quincy High School: Monday: Ravioli and roll, burr/to and french fries. Tuesday: Hot BBQ sub, crisp/to and tater tots. Wednesday: Hamburger, and french fries. Thursday: BBQ burr/to, rings and curly fries. Friday: Baked potato, pizza and cheese teezers. QUINCY SENIOR CENTER April 21 Grant County District Three firefightets from Quincy responded to a motor vehicle accident on Road O and Hwy28 W. GlmCamty Disa-ka Three ~-efighms frma Gea~ n~lxmd~ to a medical assist at the W~ncbester Rest Ares. Grant County District Three firefighters from Quincy responded to a medical assist on Road R NW. Grant County District Three firefighters from Quincy responded to a grass fire on Road R NW. April 22 Quincy firefighters responded to a fire on Ninth Avenue SW. April 27 Grant County District Three fu'efighters from George responded to a medical assist at the Midway Texaco. COUNTY RECORDS Blake Chandler A son was born to Allan and Linda Marcusen of Quincy, on April 18,1997, at Samaritan Hospital in Moses Lake. Monique Naomi A daughter was horn to Miguel and Chris/ha Castro of Quincy, on April 24, 1997, at Samaritan Hospital in Moses Lake. She weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces. David A son was born to Marceloin and Rosa Navarre of George, on April 27, 1997, at Samaritan Hospital in Moses Lake. He weighed 9 pounds, 1 ounce. Marriage licenses: William John Morris, 57, of Anchor- age, Alaska, and Gealrnde Ethel Nielsen, 62, of Quincy. Divorces sought: Rosita R. Castro and Alberto Rodriguez Castro. ._ Divorces granted: Michael Brimberry and Tammy I I I GLANCE BACK Brimberry, married June 10, 1992. Building permits: Jim Talbot, Quincy, enclosed porch, $5,870. Mike Sowder, Quincy, residence, $177,509. Melford Kibby, Quincy, manufac- tured home. Dick Brown, Quincy, foundation only for garage, $2,800. Thaemert Farms, Quincy, addition to potato storage, $83,793. Rex Calloway, Quincy, potato stor- age, $1,175,768. The Quincy Senior Center board of directors will meet May 14at 1 p.m. All board members are urged to attend this monthly meeting. A 55 Alive safe driving course will be at the Center on Monday and Tues- day. The course instructor will be Leonard Greenwalt. To register for the class contact Greenwalt at 787-4252 or the Quincy Senior Center at 787-3231. The center will host the monthly foot clinic on May 13. Those seniors who use the service should contact Aurora at the Quincy Senior Center for an ap- pointment. The clinic service is on an appointment only basis. Chris Toltmoor from Sound Choice will be at the Center on May 19 at 10 a.m. to answer questions and enroll new members. Those seniors with questions or would like to know more about the program are encouraged to attend. No appointment is necessary. A big thank you to John and Doris Blain for donating the delicious halibut which was served on Thursday evening for dinner. Monday bridge winners were Effie Donabauer, first place and Bey McDonald, second place. Wednesday bridge winners were Helen Bepple, first place and Betty Mansfield, second place. Thursday pinochle winners were CrystalLucas, firstplace and Jim Lucas, second place. Thursday's domino winner was Meta Pickett. Next week's menu: Monday: Chicken ~ cuits, I late pudding. Tuesday: Liver and onions loped potatoes, carrot salad, oatmeal cookies. Wednesday: Chicken fried gravy, mashed potatoes, onions, rolls and cheesecake. Thursday: Dinner at 6 dinner menu. Friday: Lunch at noon, choice. Thursday and Friday meal are not always available at press t Those seniors who would like the menu for the day, contact JACKRABBIT TALES Juniors and seniors at Quincy High School who have performed commu- nity service for at least a year can be nominated for the National Service Scholars program. For more informa- tion contact the Quincy High School counselor's office. The VFW Post has announced the President's Service Scholars program for students involved in community ser- vice. The deadline for application in June 15. Attention Seniors: The deadline for the June 7 SAT is Friday. Students who need to take this test must contact the counselor's office now. Students are encouraged to QHS counselor's marion eluding Business Week, Week, Law Enforcement other valuable opportunities. these programs have possible ships available. 50 years ago May 2, 1947 Sunday evening, April 27, a farewell party wasgiven forMr. Cl~l~r Hinshaw at the Grange Hall, sponsored by the Lions club. Mike Hale acted as president and Mr. Breen was ImBlmasl~: Workhas begun on the new Lutheran Parsonage which is being built in the Johnson addition. Work is being done by members of the Church under the supervision of Mr. Zimbelman. Percy Sellers has been home for the past week helping his father brand cattle. Percy left Friday for Fresno, Calif. for an indefinite stay with his sister and family, the E. J. Langton's. Two cement contracts totaling $492,624 for irrigation structures on the Columbia Basin Project of eastern Washington has been approved by Rec- lain.at/on Commissioner Mieheal W. Strans, the Bureau of Reclamation an- no~ Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Walton of the Sacramento Valley, Calif. havereunned to their old homestead eight miles south of Quincy after an absence of 28 years. Mrs. Walton's father purchased the land about 100 years ago from therail. road, and it has been in the Walton family ever sin~. 40 years ago May 2, 1957 Accepting top-flight awards from Keith Kirkbride,FFA advisor, were Jim Hind and Dave Schomman. Hirai won the farm mechanics award and Schorzman received his chapter star farmer award.. James Hoffner and Mel Lindbloom were named hononu~ mem- bers of the FFA. Three Quincy high school students, John Ik~ Lazry Mil1~and ~ Goto, will be attending Boy's State under the spouscv~pof local civic organizations. The boys wev~ selected for outstanding scholarship, citizenship aad school ser- vice. Leaving last Sunday by air from Spokane was Rex Morgan, owner of Morgan's 5 and 10. Morgan will be attending the annual meeting of the variety supply coopera- tive in Clara City, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Apolinar Gonzalez are the proud parents of a son, Ricardo, born April 23. When Gary LeRoy Schoessler de- : cidnabe wu~dy ~makean appear-. ance in this big wide world he didn't wait around. His mother was taken to the Quincy Medical Clinic at 1:30 a.m. and at 1:50 a.m. her son was born. Arriving home last week for a 30 day leave from the Navy is Petty Officer 3rd Class Dale Nave. Nave just returned to the States after spending 23 months on the Philippine Islands. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nave. 30 years ago May 4, 1967 Mrs. Carl Perleberg of Quincy, was chosen Clubwoman of the Year by the North Central district, Washington state Fedexation of Junior Women's Clubs, at the spring confemee in Cashmere. Russ Pan_on, a well known business- man and farmer in the Quincy area, joined thestaffofMatdn-Mords Agency May I as a real estate salesman special- izing in farm sales. Patton moved to Quincy in 1952 to join the implement firm known as Patron's and Sons. He continued in this occupation dur- ing the last 14 years until he sold the business to another implement finn last spring. John and DelbertGreenwalt, Quincy, have been selected Caant Cotmty Cattle- men of the Year, according to Walt Roth, President of the Grant County Cattlemen's Association. C. Dwight ~, D.M.D. of SPO- lame will be starting his private dental practice in Quincy in the dental building formerly oeeupiedby doctor Harry Rowe. 20 years ago May 5, 1977 Evan Landin, project chairman, was pictured with fellow members Mern Hens[in. John S~ and Rudy Sterner i OBITUARIES Beatrice L. Low Beatrice L. Low, 84, of Quincy, passed away April 22, 1997, at the Quincy Valley Hospital. She was born on Oct. 28, 1912, to Bert and Hattie (Hariow) Piper in Cle Elum. She attended school in Cle Elum. She married John Low on Jan. 24, 1972, in Las Vegas, Nev. Her husband preceded her in death in October, 1996. She was a member of the First Bap- tist Church of Quincy. She is survived by three step-sons, Laurence Low of Wenatchee, Don Low of Quincy and Norman Low of Tor- rance, Calif. and three grandsons. A memorial service was April 28, 1997, at the First Baptist Church in Quincy. Pastor Steve McLain offici- ated. Scharbach's Columbia Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. to promote the Quincy Lions White Cane Days. William H. Black of Quincy has been awarded theLaCroix certificateofmeri- torious service award by General Tale- Quincy Friends Church Seventh Day phone for his quick action in saving the "Where friends meet to life of a baby girl last year,. ~ ...... ,,, ,, worship God" ,,,, Kevca~wasinstalledasprcsi-, .' Sunday School 9"45 .dent of the Quincy Jaycees and also ~ 3Nor ship ...... i ill i ill00 named Jaycee of the Year at the 26th annual installation banquet Friday night at the Moose Lodge. KOMO-TV Director of News Howard Scott announced the appoint- ment of Gregory W. Forge to the station's Sport News Staff. Forge is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Forge of Quincy. Now wearing U.S. Air Force silver wings following graduation from pilot wain/he at Craig AFB, Alabama, is See- end Lieutenant Lance R. Hammond, son of Mr. andMrs. Robert A. Hammond of Quincy. 10 years ago April 30, 1987 Loft Child, one of I0 contestants, was selected as Quincy's 10th Junior Miss Friday night. Kevina DeCamp was chosen first runner-up and Stephanie Weber was chosen second runner-up during the pageant in the Quincy High School cafetorium. It's now legal to drive 65 mph on the Interstate Highways in Washington - but only where the new speeds have been posted. Three Quincy students, Derrick Focht, Ray Sanchez and Mark Skeen, will compete in the "Citizen Bee" con- test in Ellensburg. They were among the top 15 entrants from 10 schools in the regional event last week and advanced to the state competition. Dale and Margaret Rose Guthrie are the proud parents of a son, John Carl, born April 24. Saturday Night "Everybody sing". .... 7:00 p.m. 810 10th Ave., SW Quincy First Assembly 6th & H St. SE 787-1773 SUNDAY SCHEDULE 10:00 a.m. - Lessons A class for everyone/ 10:45 - Fellowship Coffee & Donut Holes 1 h00 a.m. - Worship Come as you arel 6:00 p.m. - Service Women's & Men's Bible Study Youth Service WEJDNESDAY 7:00 - 8:15 p.m. Missionettes & Royal Rangers WEATHER Hi Lo Pr A pril 23 59 35 April 24 60 42 April 25 64 41 April 26 69 41 April 27 61 51 April 28 59 42 April 29 62 36 Extended Forecast Partly cloudy with a chance of showers. Highs in the mid 60s and lows in the mids 40s. Light andvariable winds. Pastor Jim & Betty Foster "A Carlq Family Church" Christ the Savior Lutheran Church Missouri Synod ~1, George, WA 785-435O Rov. Robert Merz Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. WEDNESDAY Mid-Week Confirmation Class 6:30 p.m. Tuel., Wed., Thurs. Morning Preschool Adventist Church Pastor Andrew McCrary 787"1044 17047 Rd 9 NW Services Each Saturday Worship in Song 9:15 a.m. Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. Cord~a~ Welcome to All St. Pius X Catholic Church 787-2622 805 N. Central Rev. Ken Kron MASSES Saturday 5:00 p.m. (Spanish] 7:00 p.m. (English) Sunday 9:00 a.m. (English) 1 l:00a.m. (Spanish) United Church of Christ 124 D Street SW 787-3638 Rev. Dr. Judith Bardsley Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. WEDNESDAY Youth Group 6:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship 2nd Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Handicap Accessible Quincy Church of the Nazarene 787-2047 625 N. Central Ave. John D. Becknell, Pastor SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer and Bible Study 7 ".4 Church where Jesus is Lord" Our Church Can Be Your Church Home Ed Burns, Senior Pastor Derek Isaksen, Youth Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES 8:30 a.m. . Morning Celebration & Worship 9:45 a.m. . Studies in Christian Living (All ages) 11:00 a.m. - Morning Celebration & Worship WEDNESDAY A CTIVITIES 7:00p.m... Clubhouse ( Ist thru 6th Grade) Q.U.E.$.T. (Jr. nigh) Frontline! (High School) Discovery" Group (Adults) -- ~ _ , , , , ~l~" Quincy First Presbyterian Church 715 N. Central Ave. 787-2718 Montee Kennedy, Pastor SUNDAY Church Service 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Quincy Baptist Church (SBC) 124 D St. SW (Basement) Ken Oentex, Pastor 754-0174 Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Worship Services 10:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m. St. Paul (~ Lutheran Church ~ Virginia Johnson Pastor 716 Third Ave SE 787-2824 Quincy Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Adult Forum 9:15 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:30 Come worship with us Church Comer of A and Nick Nelson, ...... 787"4738 Morning Worship 11 Evening Worship 6 p.~. Wednesday Classes 7 420 H Street ~787-2641 Ralph Pastor 11 a.m. For a I~inll 6:00 First 7th Ave and J Street ,= 787-3492 Quincy SUNDAY Bible Classes Morning Worship Evening Service 7 WEDNESDAY Mid-Week Service 7 Youth Choir 7:30 Faith CommuniV Y (Formerly New Covenant Fellowship) 218 First Ave. SW 787-1575 Jess Slusher ~ Pastor 10:00 am ~ Ire-service Prayer 10:30 am ~ Praise & The Sharing of God's George Assembly of God Pastor, Jerry Sanders Chinook & Deacon Street 785-3510 SUNDAY 9:45 Sunday School 11 .'~ a.m. Morning Worship 11:30 a.m. Children's Church 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship & F,aise TUESDAY 7:00 p.m. Youth Meeting SPANISH SERVICES 1:00 p.m. Sunday 7.130 p.m. Thursday Sauces.