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June 6, 1985

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Thursday, June 5,1985 t00nior Aloha winners named of the graduating class of purchased tickets for the Senior Aloha, slated for night (June 7) at the YWCA in Lake PTSO Secretary Marie )n said that 87 tickets had either or given away to winners of a Irawing held May 31. The gradu- 16 members. students receiving free admission ncement function are Nilles, Kim Altobelli, Martina Clint Jones, Stayce Lindley and The regular admission 5. be treated to funny money in the casino, at the country store, which will items for those planning to or leave home, a dance and lg. open on and off from June 7 until 5 a.m. June 8. The live music runs from 11 p.m. to ad the country store will operate midnight and 5 a.m. or until all dise is sold. will be offered between 2 L.m. and a buffet provided by Community College will be 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. At 5 a.m., a rill be served. the evening hourly draw- be held for a variety of valuable grand prize will be awarded at 5 buses will be available for students or those without fffort to keep the party drug and the PTSO announced that a room will be set aside for who arrive either intoxicated or influence of drugs. Parents will and drunk or drugged will be removed from the closed June 5 and no one ;s will be admitted. '85 is the first party of its for graduates of Medical and according to it is certainly not the last. Sponsoring merchants in the PTSO Senior Aloha with (from left) PTSO secretary Marie Crampton, Kay Guillory of Owl Pharmacy, Carroll Kaplan of Village Supply, Steve Houston of Pioneer Union and Virginia Robinson of the Gingersnap Cafe, draw names of seniors receiving free admission to the June 7 all.night party. Those seniors receiving free admission to the PTSO Senior Aloha are (back, from left) Kim Altobelli, Stayce Lindley, Teresa Nilles, (front, from left) Randy Williams, Martins Gepford and Clint Jones. ers Combined concert slated at School, located in Medical Ig apPlications for summer volunteers. Volun- assist recreation staff in various therapeutic swim- camp-outs, Summer Day programs. uly Jamboree will be held t ad volunteer escorts are o accompany clients to the area. This event is planned to fun. There will be ld live entertainment. Swimmming is scheduled .and Thursday afternoons at m Spokane. Volunteer aides to assist with clients in the is available from this SUmmer special. Volunteers opportunity for increased of summer activities, make and gain valuable informa- future career decisions. For please contact Deborah For the first time ever, band students of Medical Lake Middle School, Medical Lake Elementary and Blair Elementary schools will present a combined band concert tonight (June 6) at the Middle School. In the past, the three schools have held separate concerts at their respective buildings. Jim Thom will direct the combined band. The concert is set for 7:30 p.m. The Medical Lake Elementary School vocal concert, directed by Jodi Burcham, is slated for 7:30 p.m. June 10 in the elementary school multipurpose room. The performances are free and open to the public. Special only 79 + tax The Independent Page 3 Library by Betty Magarrell NEW BOOKS THIS WEEK: SUGARTOWN: An Amos Walker My- stery by Loren D. Estleman. Amos Walker would like to feel kindly toward the human race, but his first case leads him into trouble among the Polish settlers of neighboring Hamtramck, when old Martha Evancek hires him to look for the grandson she lost nineteen years ago. His second case involves an eminent Russian novelist, exiled and famous, who fears that someone is trying to wipe out his next book by wiping out its author. It is only after Walker finds his own life on the line that he realizes the strange relationship between the two cases. THE CURSE OF THE MONTROLFES by Rohan O'Grady: Our author has written a rich and strange tale and tells it with skillful narrative power and poetic relish. Edward Gorey's early drawings superbly capture Ms. O'Grady's love of the melodramatic, romantic and macabre. Here is storytelling in the great tradition of Robert Louis Stevenson and Edgar Allan Poe. POOR BOY AND A LONG WAY FROM HOME by James Sherburne: Here is a novel as big, rowdy, and expansive as the American far west of the 1914 era. Con men and their marks, Wobblies and union-busters, one-reel movie starlets and pioneering directors, Chinese Tong-war- riors and American adventurers--all swag- ger, slink, or stride through its pages. Church Directory Lake City Assembly of God ",4 Church with a caring heart" 400 East Grace 299-3139 SUNDAY SERVICES 9:30 a.m. School of the Bible 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship 6"00 p.m. Praise [ Prayer Wed. 6.'45 p.m. Family Night Thurs. 7 p.m. LIFE Groups Darwin Mclntosh, Pastor 299-3139 St. John's Lutheran Church Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Sunday School {all ages) 9:45 a.m. Holy Communion 1st [ 3rd Sun. Wayne OisNm, Pastor 2994771 s. 223 Ha,stt, Med. Lake 2994114 St. Anne Catholic Church MASSES Sat. 6p.m. - Sun. 8.'30 Et Holy DOys 9 a.m. [ 7p.m. Father Bernard Schiller E. 708 Lake, Med. Lake 299-3585 Community Church Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 1 I:00 a m. "Fireside Chat" 6:00 p.m. AWANA Clubs/(-6 6:20 Wednesday Midweek Bible Studies in Homes Jack G. Lewis, Pastor, 299-3286 Nursery Provided