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SEPTEMBER 4, 2003 VALLET R E-GORDS i, ttr,; Qt~tr~c,l v~ta.g, POST-REGISTER Ill II I I I II I FIRE LINE i SENIOR CENTER NEWS COMING U Grant County Fire District #3 August 23 Firefighters from George responded to a medical assist at Gorge Base Camp. Firefighters from Crescent Bar re- sppnded to a medical assist on Crescent Bar Road. August 24 Firefighters from Quincy responded to a rubbish fire on roads 10 and K NW. August 25 Firefighters from Quincy and George responded to a reported vehicle fire on Interstate 90, five miles west of George. The call was cancelled while firefighters were en route. Firefighters from Quincy responded to a medical assist on Mtn. View Drive. August 26 Firefighters from Quincy responded to a straw stack fire on Road 10.5 NW. Firefighters from Quincy and George responded to a brush fire on Road Q SW. Firefighters from Quincy, George and Low-Gap responded to a wildland fire on Road O SW. Firefighters from Quincy, Winches- ter and Crescent Bar, with mutual aid from Grant County Fire Districts #5 and #13, Ephrata Fire Department and Douglas County #2, responded to a wildland fire on Baird Springs Road and Willow Springs Road. August 27 Firefighters from Quincy responded to a corral fire on Road S and Road 9.5 NW. August 30 Firefighters from Quincy and George responded to a motor vehicle accident on Interstate 90 at milepost 149. Firefighters from Crescent Bar re- sponded to a medical assist on Crescent Bar Road. August 31 Firefighters from Quincy responded to a motor vehicle accident on High- way 28 and Nailor Dale Junction. The call was cancelled while firefighters were en route. Firefighters from Quincy responded to a motor vehicle accident on Road 9 and Highway 281. i I . III iiii i COMMUNITY C.ALENVAR Community Events: Farmer-Consumer Awareness Day - Sat., Sept. 13. See F-CAD spe- cial tab in next week's paper for details. You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown!- Play performed at QHS, 7:30 pm. Tickets $5 at Heartland or at door. Mexican Fiesta - Sat., Sept. 13, 11 am to 5 pm at Quincy City Park. Dance from 8 pm to 1 am, Community Center. Red Cross Blood Draw - Monday, September 15, Community Center, 1:30 to 6:30 pm. 1-800-787-9691 for appt. or walk in. Quilt and rugmaking classes - Reiman-Simmons House beginning September 10. Call 787-3757 for more information and to register. Civil Service Commission public meeting - City Hall council chambers, third Thursday of each month, at noon. Kiwanis-Thursdays at noon, Zack's, 704 F St SW. Rotary - Quincy Senior Center, 522 F Street SE, Thursdays at noon. Alcoholics Anonymous - Masonic Temple, 406 H St SW. Tuesdays and Fridays - 8 pro. Language Partners - Wednesdays at City Hall, 5 pm. Quincy Valley Lions - Zack's, 704 F St SW, every 4th Thursday, 6:30 pm. Narcotics Anonymous - Tuesdays from 7 - 8:30 pm at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Quincy, 716 Third Avenue SE. Contact Fred at 787-1857. For additional information contact the Quincy Valley Chamber of Commerce at 787-2140 or at their website www.quincyvalley.org. To publish community events at no charge, contact the Post-Register at 787-4511. Ill POLICE & SHERIFF REPORTS Foot Clinic is Tuesday. Please call 1-800-572-4459 for an appointment. The Center will hold a Breakfast Brunch on September 21. Mark the calendars! Farmer-Consumer Awareness Day is September 13. The Center will be open that day, offering cold drinks and ice cream, including cones, sun- daes and banana splits. Washington State University Co- operative Extension will offer classes to adults who are trying to control their diabetes with meal planning, exercise and medication. Classes will be at the Center on Wednesday eve- nings. Please call 754-2011, Ext. 413 for more information. Monday bridge winners were Marv Mort, first, and Phyllis Knight, sec- ond. Wednesday bridge winners were Aldene Duchscherer, first, and Isabel Farmer, second. Thursday pinochle winners were Molly Richardson, first, and Ben Garfield, second. Dominoes winner was Meta Pickett. ROTARY LUNCH: Sweet and sour chicken, rice, salad and dessert. TONIGHT'S MENU: Sweet and sour chicken, rice, hot vegetable, salad and dessert. NEXT WEEK'S MENU: Monday: Stir fried chicken strips over fried rice, vegetable and dessert. Tuesday: Baked fish with lemon sauce, potatoes, salad and dessert. Wednesday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, vegetable and des- sert. Friday QHS Football - 7 Tuesday School Board District Office 7 pm Wednesday ,!i Port District 5 pm Language City Hall 5 pm ! i SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Mountain Viewand George Elementary Schools Monday: Hamburger on a bun, po- tato smiles, sweet pears, sugar cookie and milk. Tuesday: French toast sticks, ham slice, orange juice, peaches and milk. Wednesday: Soft shell chicken taco, black beans, veggie sticks and milk. Thursday: Spaghetti, French bread stick, green beans, fruity Jell-O and milk. Friday: Turkey and cheese sand- wich, potato chips, apple wedges, Icie Juicie and milk. Monument & Pioneer Elementary Schools Monday: Hamburger on a bun, po- tato smiles, 5 Star Salad Bar (tossed salad, carrots, broccoli florets, Wash- ington apples, pears, condiments) and milk. Tuesday: French toast sticks, ham slice, orange juice, 5 Star Salad Bar (tossed salad, cucumber slices, peaches, fruity Jell-O, condiments ) and milk. Wednesday: Soft shell taco, beans, 5 Star Salad Bar (tossed carrots, broccoli, applesauce, wedges, condiments) and milk. Thursday: Spaghetti, French stick, 5 Star Salad Bar (tossed carrots, pears, Washington apples, diments) and milk. Friday: Turkey and cheese wich, potato chips, Icie Juicie. 5 Salad Bar (tossed salad, rets, mixed fruit, pineapple, ments) and milk. 1 August 25 A resident on Mountain View Drive reported an 80-year-old male not breath- ing. A resident on F Street SW reported his vehicle had been hit a few days ago. He had found a note on the vehicle. A resident on Road K NW repOrted an abandoned vehicle off the roadway. It had been there for the last four days. August 26 A resident on I Street SW reported an intoxicated male harassing her mother by following her. He was con- tacted by officers. Police made contact with several juveniles at C Street park who were fighting. A baseball bat was confis- cated. A resident on J Street SE reported a hit-and-run vehicle accident on F Street and Fifth Avenue SE. The suspect ve- hicle is described as a white van. Police booked Jose Antonio Valdez Ramirez, 34, and Jose Alfredo Rodriguez, 21, on charges of disor- derly conduct for being upset at a clerk who refused to sell them alcohol. A resident on Road T NW, who was at the Quincy water treatment plant, reported a wildland fire, which he be- lieved to be on Monument Hill. Martha's Inn in George reported a possibly intoxicated driver doing bordies in the parking lot, throwing gravel all over the road. Sheriffs deputies received a report of a haystack fire across from the Celite plant. The hay had just been cut and the stack was in the middle of the field. August 27 Angel Martin Alejandrez, 26, was cited for third-degree driving while li- cense suspended and no insurance. Luz Teresa Alejandrez, 49, was cited for aiding and abetting third-degree driv- ing while license suspended. Quincy Valley Hospital reported disorderly conduct by a female who ripped out her IV and bolted out the ER door. Police received a report of juveniles trespassing on the railroad tracks. Of. ricers asked them to leave. The high school reported a hit-and- run pedestrian accident. A vehicle was exiting a driveway and struck the pe- destrian. There were no injuries. The Quincy Golf Club reported a burglary. The tills had been smashed. August 28 Carlos H. Bazan, 37, was booked on outstanding warrants for failure to ap- pear. A resident on B Street SE reported his ex-wife was harassing him. It was settled by officer contact. A resident on Road 11.2 NW re- ported an irrigation end gun spraying the roadway. August 29 A resident on Adams Road N re- ported a non-injury traffic accident. A minivan was off the road, no one was there and the airbags had been deployed. August 30 A resident on H Street SE reported juveniles setting off fireworks. August 31 A convenience store on F Street SE reported a customer who would not stop cursing and requested officers to do a walk-through. It was settled by officer contact. A convenience store on Central Avenue S reported a gas drive-off of $24. A resident on Road 11.2 NW re- ported someone had broken his vehicle window. Local Weather :~2003 American Profile Hometown Content Service III $ IIIIIIII IIIIIIIII !, II iiiii II II I I I OBITUARIES Edna Pauline Calloway Edna Pauline Calloway, 97, died Au- gust 28, 2003, at Quincy Valley Hospi- tal following a brief illness. She was born on May 3, 1906, in Foncine, Texas to Walter and Jessie Chapman. On September 12,1926, she married Roy Calloway of Hollister, Okla. They moved to Quincy in 1952 to begin farm- ing on Babcock Ridge, They were mar- fled for 62 years. She attended the First Baptist Church in Quincy. She was a charter member of the Quincy Homemakers and the Gar- den Club. She loved her flowers and enjoyed memorizing scriptures. She is survived by rive children, Marjorie Guthrie of Richland, Damon and David Calloway, both of Quincy, Edna McNeese of Everett, and Brenda Akers of Gold Canyon, Ariz.; 15 grand- children and 15 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Roy, in 1988; and two sons, Kenneth Wayne and Jerry Don. Graveside services were held" Sep- tember 2, 2003, at Quincy Valley Cem- etery. Funeral services followed at the First Baptist Church in Quincy. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to "Washington Talking Books," 2021 9th Ave., Seattle, WA 98121. Scharbach's Columbia Funeral Chapel in Quincy was in charge of ar- rangements. September 1 A resident on B Street SE reported her vehicle stolen from in front of her residence. It was later recovered out of the area, undamaged. , A resident on H Street SE reported finding his bicycle at a residence other than his own and requested an officer to assist in retrieving it. 914Thu 96162 ~i:~:~ Mostly sunny skies. High 96F, Winds W at 5 to 10 mph. Fri 94159 ..... 9/5 Sunshine. Highs in the mid 90s and lows in the upper 50s, Sat 90/58 9/e_ Fair. Highs in the low 90s and lows in the upper 50s. Sun 75/53 9/7 Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the mid 70s and lows in the low 50s. Mon 71/50 9/8 " Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the low 70s and lows in the tow 50s. Hi Lo Prec August 27 88 56 August 28 83 57 August 29 86 56 August 30 88 52 August 31 88 53 Sept 1 90 63 Sept 2 87 54 (Courtesy of Earth Tech) Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sun Times Sunrise 4 6:22 a.m. 5 6:23 a.m. 6 6:25 a.m. 7 6:26 a.m. 8 6:27 a.m. 9 6:29 a.m. 10 6:30 a.m. 11 6:31 a.m. Sunset 7:34 p.m. 7:32 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:28 p.m. 7:26 p.m. 7:24 p.m. 7:22 p.m. 7:20 p.m. At- tend the church "of your choice this weekend Quincy Valley Church Directory Quincy Friends Church "Where friends meet to wor- ship God" Sunday School ..... 9:45 Worship ........... 11:00 810 10th Ave., SW 787-3222 Next to the Hospital Seventh -day Adventist Church 17047 Rd 9 NW Services Each Saturday , Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. , .= Bibleinfo.com" ,, Church of Christ Corner of A and 1st NE Nick Nelson, Evangelist 787-4738 Morning Bible Classes 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening W6rship 6 p.m. Wednesday Classes 7 p.m. IGLESIA DE CRISTO Servlcio de adoracion en Espafiol 10:00 am - 12 noon Fausto Santiago - 785-7804 - Centro Cristi foente De N X/j IIl~Ol~lrllOS r~M~os ] 7Pro Orac~istracion "t'-~l~e. m ~w,== ~Clebracion PentecostalI110$ g Quincy First Presbyterian Church 715 N. Central Ave. 787-2718 RevoAnn Hinz SUNDAY Adult Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. WEDNESDAY K-6 Youth Group 3:30 p.m. Handicapped Accessible the Savior Christ a1 Lutheran Church Missouri Syno George, WA 785-4350 Pastor Jeff Berndt Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. WEDNESDAY Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Tues., Wed., Thurs. Morning Preschool St. Paul Lutheran Church Virginia Johnson Pastor 716Thlrd Ave SE 787-2824 Quincy Sunday School 9 a.m. Worahlp 10:30 a.m. Youth 7 p.m. Quincy Christian Reformed Church 420 H Street SE 787-2641 Dr. Oscar C. Perdom~ Pastor ~day School - ~.:30 a;m. MORNING WORSHIP- 10:30 am Quincy (SBC) 228 F St. S.E. 787-3170 Sunday School Worship Services 11:00 a.m. & 7:00 Sunday 10:00 am, Pre.Service Prayer '0:30 am, Prai~ & Sharing of God's Word Nesting location: Pioneer Elementary School) Wednesdays 7:00pro ,Youth, College and Prayer Groups (At Individual Meeting Locations) Join us at the Pioneer School Gymnasium every Sunday morning for our services. Pastor Jess Slusher 787-1229 ~.COMMUNITY CHURCH- Free Church. Sunday .... 9:30 A.M, Worsh o Sen 11:~ )A~M. Womhl~ ,, Hispanic Wor~P 6:00 RM. Preyer Time Z~I I at &W, 111.441~1 Quincy Community Church SUNDAY Sunday School 9"45 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. Handicap Accessible 124 D Street SW 787-3638 Pastor Robert Poindexter Marrla~l~~selor SL Pius X Catholic 787-2622 805 N. Central Rev. Mario A. MASSES 7:00 p.m. (English) Sunday 9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Prhllel~ Thursday (InglesyE ! Pa~ JuaEart0s Ma~alla~. ~v~ Mean 787.1803 787.1133 787.5681 787-5624 de 6 a 12 afi0s 7th Ave. & J Street $.W.