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R KCORDS ~ iii ii H I IIIIIIII III I I II I IIHII IIIII III ;mih ~ peaches, sugar cookie and k milk. Monument & Pioneer Elementary Schools Monday: ttamburger on a bun, po- Wednesday: French toast sticks, ham slice, orange juice, 5 Star Salad Bar (tossed salad, carrots, broccoli, apple- sauce, orange wedges, condiments) and milk. iii iiiii iiiii i SENIOR CENTER NEWS A HALLOWEEN PARTY will be held at the Center on Friday beginning at 4 pm. A baked potato bar, chili, hotdogs and all the trimmings will be served. Monday bridge winners were Dor- othy Hammack, first, and Marv Mort, second. Wednesday bridge winners were QHS Fall Concert 7 pm .... COMMUNITY CALENDAR Cub Scout Open House - Thurs., Oct. 30, Pioneer Elementary School gym. for boys in grades 1 through 5. Call Darlene, 787-3101 for more info. Downtown Merchants Trick.or- Treat - Fri., Oct. 31 from 4 to 6 pro. 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 pm. 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. To publish community events at no charge, contact the Post-Register at 787-4511. FIRE LINE Grant County Fire District #3 October 23 Firefighters from Quincy and George responded to a mint fire on roads 2 and U NW. Firefighters from George responded to a mint fire on roads U and 2 NW. Firefighters fron George responded to a medical assist on Frenchman Hills Road and Road O SW. October 24 Firefighters from Quincy responded to a medical assist on the 15500 block of Road 7 NW. Hrefighters from Quincy responded to a fire alarm that had been pulled on the 700 block of Tenth Avenue SW. Firefighters from Quincy responded to a fire alarm that had been acciden- tally reactivated when maintenance per- sonnel were resetting the alarm on the 700 block of Tenth Avenue SW. October 25 Firefighters from Quincy and Cres- cent Bar responded to a grass fire on Baird Springs Road, one mile north of Highway 28. Firefighters from Quincy responded to a medical assist on the 300 block of I Street SE. October 26 Firefighters from Quincy and Win- chester responded to a fire alarm on the 11500 block of Highway 28 W. Firefighters from George responded to a medical assist on the 15300 block of Road 4 NW. Firefighters from Quincy responded to a medical assist on D Street SE. OBITUARIES & FUNERAL-N-OTICES Darin James Ferguson Darin James Ferguson, 18, died October 24, 2003. He was born on September 10,1985, to Randy and Debbie (Lindemeier) Ferguson in Wenatchee. He attended schools in Quincy and presently was a senior at Quincy High School. He was active in sports, letter- ing in football, baseball, and tennis and excelling in basketball. He enjoyed flying and never passed up an opportunity to share the cockpit with his father. He loved the outdoors and enjoyed spending time with family and friends. He is survived by his parents, Randy and Debbie Ferguson of Quincy; and his grandfather and step-grandmother, Ron and Char Lindemeier of Quincy. Funeral services will be held today, October 30, at 1 pm at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Quincy. Pastor Virginia Johnson will officiate. Scharbach's Columbia Funeral Chapel in Quincy is in charge of ar- rangements. Joe Konishi Joe Konishi, 82, a longtime Quincy resident died October 26, 2003, at Cen- tral Washington Hospital in Wenatchee. He was born on November 1, 1920, to Fusakichi and Tomi (Fujimoto) Konishi in Toppenish. He attended school in Toppenish, graduating from Toppenish High School in 1940. He was moved to the relocation camp at Hart Mountain, Wyoming in Sep- tember of 1942. He joined the Army in 1943 and was stationed in Germany until his discharge in 1945. In 1948, he married Hannah Miyaki in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. They moved to Quincy in 1950, where he farmed until retirement in 1986. In 1977, he married Betty Rang, who preceded him in death in 1991. He was a current resident at The Cam- bridge in Quincy. He is survived by two daughters, # Shari Noldge of St. Helens, Oregon and Gerry Atwood Debra Adams of Quincy; three sons, Memorial services will be held Sat- JerryK0nish! of Wenatchee and Da~/id- tgday, November 1, 2003, at. 11 am at and Brian Rang, both of Quincy; six theOuincyFreeMethodistChu'rch,301 ., I ~treet SW~ Pastor sisters, Kiyo Osumi, Yuri Kikuchi, wiii officiate. A paid memorial is Miyo Koba and Margie Hattori, all of Moses Lake, Fumi Nakamura of Mer- cer Island and Janice Bloom of Lawiston, Idaho; 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services were October 29, 2003, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Quincy. Concluding services and inter- ment followed in the Quincy Valley Cemetery. Scharbach's Columbia Fu- neral Chapel in Quincy was in charge of arrangements. Paul James Henson Paul James Henson, 89, of Quincy, died October 24, 2003, at Central Wash- ington Hospital. He was born on February 25, 1914, to Sevaris Paul and Bessie Marie (Hanson) Henson. He attended school and graduated from Pineville High School in 1931. On October 20, 1937, he married Dorothy Mac Williams in Manzanola, Colo. They moved to Quincy in 1957. During his 44 years in Quincy, he worked as a custom trucker, transport- ing hay and fresh produce. He is survived by two sons, Charles P. Henson of Port Orchard and Roy A. Henson of East Wenatchee; two daugh- ters, Sue J. Poteet of Prosser and Gladys Williams of Port Orchard; two broth- ers, Allison A. of Pineville, Mo. and Sevaris Philip of Pittsburg, Ks.; and a sister, Melba L. McKinstry of Owatonna, Minn.; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by Dor- othy Mac, his wife of 40 years, in June of 1978; and wife Carol Olive (Cooper) in July of 2000; and a sister, Zettalu E. Elliott. Services will be held Saturday, No- vember 1, 2003, at 1 pm at Scharbach's Columbia FuneraFChapel in Quincy. Visitation will be Saturday from 9 am to noon at the chapel with Reverend Scott Langager officiating. Memorials may be made to Central Washington Hospital or to the charity of choice. Scharbach's Columbia Funeral Chapel in Quincy is in charge of ar- rangements. page 10. Thu 47/21 10t30 A few clouds early, otherwise mostly sunny, High 47F, Fri 44/15 *~ 10131 Plenty of sun. Highs in the mid 40s and lows in the mid teens. Sat 44117 1111 Partly cloudy. Highs in the mid 40s and lows in the upper teens, Sun 46/29 11/2 Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the mid 40s and lows in the upper 20s. Mon 37127 1113 Snow showers at times. Highs in the upper 30s and lows in the up- per 20s Pass 1 Travel Information Hot Line 1-800-695-ROAD or 5-1-1 Hi Lo Prec Oct 22 80 55 Oct 23 71 41 Oct 24 60 41 Oct 25 58 32 Oct 26 60 33 Oct 27 64 42 Oct 28 43 42 (Courtesy of Earth, Tech) , i .i i J Sun Times Sunrise Oct 30 6:39 a.m. Oct 31 6:41 a.m. Nov 1 6:42a.m. Nov 1 6:44a.m. Nov 1 6:45 a.m. Nov 1 6:47a.m. Nov 1 6:48a.m. Nov 1 6:50 a.m. Sunset 4:46 p.m. 4:45 p.m. 4:43 p.m. 4:42 p.m. 4:40 p.m. 4:39 p.m. 4:37 p.m. 4:36 p.m. Weber and Lonabel Ehlert for their fruit and vegetable donations. Meals on Wheels is available through the Center. If anyone would benefit from a hot, home-cooked meal, please call Deanna at 787-3231. ROTARY LUNCH: Werewolf stew, biscuits, salad and dessert. TONIGHT'S MENU: Werewolf stew, cornbread, salad and dessert. Call 787-3231 for next week's menu. BIRTHS James Mitchell Colin Huntwork A son was born to Thomas and Donna Huntwork, formerly of Quincy, on October 23, 2003, at Pullman Me- morial Hospital in Pullman. He weighed 8 pounds 5 1/2 ounces and was 20 inches long. He joins two sisters, Crystn, 15, and Kalynn, 14; and three brothers, John, 12, Marc, 10, and Riley, 7, at home. Maternal grandparents are Helen Maxwell of Tacoma and Lloyd and Kay Maxwell of Grandview. Paternal grandparents are Billy Ray Huntwork and Sharon Rae Huntwork, both of Moses Lake. Maternal great-grandmothers are Blanche MitchellofEphrataand Alberta Perkins of Overton, Nev. Paternal great-grandmother is Lucille Johnson of Moses Lake. Warren Daniel Lybbert A son was born to Warren and Susan Lybbert, of Ellensburg, on October 23, 2003, at Kittitas Hospital in Ellensburg. He weighed 3 pounds, 4 ounces and was 16 1/2 inches long. Maternal grandparents are David and Eleanor Kerr of Oak Harbor. Paternal grandparents are Robert and Marilyn Lybbert of Quincy. Paternal great-grandparents are Russell and Verla Reynolds of ( and Sybil Lybbert Hill of Ephrata. Alyssa Ann Whittle A daughter was born to Nathan Beverly Whittle, of Quincy, on bur 25, 2003, at Holy in Spokane. She weighed 8 pounds, was 20 1/2 inches long. She joins a sister, Ashlynn, months. Maternal Mary Ellen Rasmussen of Twin Idaho. Paternal grandparents are Glenn a~ Cheryl Whittle of Chattaroy. At- tend the church ofyour choice this weekend Quincy Valley Church Directory Quincy Friends Church "Where friends meet to wor- ship God" Sunday School ..... 9:45 Worship .......... 11:00 10 10th Ave., SW 787-3222 . Next to the Hospital Advent&t Church 17047 Rd 9 NW Yervices Each Saturda , Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. . Worship Service 11 a.m. " ~COrrF :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 Worship 6 p.m. Wednesday Classes 7 p.m. IGLESIA DE CRISTO Serviclo de adoracion en Espatlol 10:00 am - 12 noon Fausto Santiago - 785-7804 7pro Oraeion y Ministration ~lllm ~a 7pro Adoracio~ y Dici~lado IBblBI 7pro Servicio Juvcnil 10am Eicula domiaical 5pro Celekmeion Pent~.osml ,..~ ,I't, IL I A ~I g ~s 10 Quincy First Presbyterian Church 715 N. Central Ave. 787-2718 Rev. Dr. Ann Hinz, Pastor SU NDAY Worship 10:30 a.m. MONDAY Adult Bible Study - Mondays 9:30 a.m. at the Cambridge Handicapped Accessible Christ the Savior Lutheran Church Missouri Synodl 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 716 Third Ave SE 787-2824 Quincy Sunet~ Sunday School 9 a.m. Womhlp 10:30 a,m, ~zdntt~ Youth 7 p.m. Quincy Christian Reformed Church 420 H Street SE ~787-2641 Dr. Oscar C. Perdomo Pastor Sttnday Sd~ool - 9:30 a.m. MORNING' WORSHIP- 10:30 a.m. Su~hy lO:OOam, ~-Service Prayer '0:30 am, Pr~e & Sharing of God's Word 10e~ti~ Pioneer Elemental'/School) Wednesdays 7.~0 p~.Yoml~ Colk~ and Prayer Groups (At Individual Meeting Locations) loin us st the Pioneer ~i~mmmmmmmm~ School Gymnasium every Sunday morning for our services. COMMUNffY CHURCH ,~ Quincy Community Church SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. Handicap ~ Accessible 124 D Street SW * 787-363S Pastor Robert Poindexter Marrla~l~ ~.~l~nlel0r Quincy Baptist (SBC) 228 F St. S.E. ,78%3170- Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship Services I1:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m. 9:30~.I~ ! ! 11:00 A.M. l..._ 6.'00 P.M. St. Plus X Catholic Ch 787-2622 805 N. Central Rev. Mario A. MASSES Saturday 5:00 7:00 p.m. (English) Sunday 9:00 a.m, (Englisl~}jl 11:00 a.m, (Spanish) ~i