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PAGE 6 OBITUARIES AMan Pascual Alejandra Pascual, 84, died Survivors include all of her Aug. 18, 2004 in Vallejo, Calif. children, including Edie Randall, She was born Feb. 28, 192o, and her husband, Rich, of Cen- on the island ofTeyte, The Philip- terville; 14 grandchildren, indud- pines, where she married Juan ing Juan and Frank Randall, of Pascual in 194o. The couple Centervilleand Marie Hutchins, raised nine children. Pascual will of Goldendale; five great-grand- be remembered for her hard children, including Allison work and unselfish manner. Hutchins, of Goldendale. Her husband preceded her in Interment was in Cedar Lawn death in 1985. Memorial Park in Fremont, Calif. Memories of Mid-Columbia featured at The Dalles Art Center during September The DallesArt Center will have national recognition. Wilma Roberts as its featured In 1987 she was honored as a artist during September. Fellow of the Photographic Soci- The show, "Memories of the ety of America. Roberts corn- Mid Columbia" opened Aug. 31 ments that there are basically two and continues through Oct. 2. types of photographs: documen- Roberts scarcely needs an taryand artistic. She prefers the introduction in The Dalles. At 90 artistic approach in which she can she is a nationally renowned pho- combine dramatic light, compo- tographer who has had a life-long sition, and movement to create a interest in her art. Photography romantic result. was her mother's hobby, and Roberts has served as a nation- Roberts was allowed to use her al judge and has helped other mother's camera from an early photographers develop through age. She wanted to major in pho- national seminars, and locally tography when she began at Ore- through The Dalles Camera Club. gon State College (at age 15), but, She continues to offer the Old lacking the prerequisite courses West Ventures Horse Drive each she studied home economics September for photographers instead. In z933, the Great who come from all over the coun- Depression brought an end to her try to attend. The horse drives col]egestudies and she moved to were begun in the 196o's, and The Dalles where she found ajob numerous photographers who and later married Lawrence have attended have received Roberts. awards for their photos. Wilma Roberts' development as a seri- also continues to.hand-color old ous photographer began with her black and white photographs, employment at Everett Olm- including some taken by Ben- stead's Elite Studio hand-color- jamin Gifford who was the ingphotographs. To learn more, founder of Elite Studio in the she studied paintings and ana- x89o,s. lyzed other photographs. She also "Memories of the Mid Colum- began submitfing her work to the bia" is being sponsored by Photographic Society of Ameri- Edward Jones Investments, ca salons where she gained Terry L. Alfson and Tara Donivan, investment represen- Learning center tatives. The Dalles Art Center is locat- offers Excel class ed in the historic Carnegie laq3rary downtown at 22o East Fourth The WSU Learning Center is Street. Gallery hours are qhaes- offering a Beginning Excel dass day through Saturday, 11 a.m. to on Saturday, September 11, from 5 p.m., phone (541) 296 4759. p.m. to 4 p.m. at n2 East Main Street. Everyone is welcome to attend. The cost is $15 and pre-regis- tration is required as seating is limited. Call 509-773-5620 to reserve a computer. Available every Wednesday afternoon. ()PI I II ~,1 M()I.()(,~ KIm Seesinger, Chris Evans CELLULAR (PO-13) Friday - Tuesday 1:40 4:15 7:00 9:20 NAPOLEON DYNAMITE PG) Frl - Tue 2:00 4:45 7:20 9:30 Mills Jovovlch, Sienna Gulllory RESIDENT EVIL (R) Frldey - Tuesday 1:50 4:30 7:10 9:25 Seth Green, Mstthew Lillard WITHOUT A PADDLE (PG-13) Frl - Tue 1:30 4:00 5:50 9:20 time to get healthy, Goldendale Get Healthy America is the rallying cry for this year's National 5 A Day Month during the month of September. Klick- itat Healthy People Action Net- work is promoting fruit and veg- etable intake to help fight the alarming increase in over- weight/obesity in adults and children, and lower the risk of diseases like cancer, diabetes and heart disease. The Klickitat Healthy People Action Network joins others across the nation this September in encouraging consumers to get their five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables every day. Eating five to nine colorful fruits and vegetables every day is an easy way to start people on their way to better health. Research indicates that fruit and vegetable intake of five or more servings reduces the risk for cancer, heart disease, dia- betes and other chronic diseases. Nationwide, 76 percent of Americans are not eating the recommended five or more servings of fruits and vegetables per day (National Centers for Chronic Disease Prevention & Health Promotion-Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2000 data). The range of five to nine serv- ings is given because different groups of people have different needs. Generally, children ages Contributed photo Pam Johnson, Diabetes Educator at Klickitat Valley Health Ser- vices, talks with customers about the "5 A Day" program and dia- betes prevention. The kick off event was held Sept. 1, at DeHart's Red Apple and Holcomb's SenW Market in Goldendale, and the White Salmon Thriftway. 2-6 years and most women need five servings a day (two fruits For information on the Klick- and three vegetables); older chil- itat Healthy People Action Net- dren, teen girls, active women work's efforts in our county, and most men need seven serv- nutrition information, exercise, ings a day (three fruits and four or diabetes questions please call vegetables); and teen boys and (509) 493-11Ol ext. 3367 in active men need nine servings White Salmon or (509) 773- a day (four fruits and five veg- 4o17 in Goldendale. We also etables), have a toll free number which is To learn more about Nation- 1-8oo-835-7554. If you would al5ADayMonthorthe5ADay like more information regard- for Better Health Program, ing the 5 A Day grocery store check out Produce for Better campaign in Klickitat County, Health Foundation's website at please call (509) 493-1558. Bloodmobile at Glenwood School Tuesday, Sept. 14 Though the season changes, the need for blood remains con- stant. Blood donors are essential in helping premature babies, can- cer and surgery patients, and acci- dent victims receive blood and blood products in order to live. An American Red Cross bloodmobile will be at Glenwood School on Tuesday, Sept. 14 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Donors must be at least 16 years old, weigh a min- imum of 11o pounds and be in good general health. The Red Cross encourages eli- gible donors to share their health with hospital patients by giving blood this fall. Since whole blood I l ! DAILY BUS SERVICE TO THE DALLES Leaving Goldendale at 7 a.m. & 2 p.m.; and, The Dalles at 10 a.m. & 5 p.m. each weekday. Round Trip Tickets: Daily - $3, Weekly - $12.50 Monthly - $40 Call Mt. Adams Transportation for more information 773-3060 or 1-800-774-1699 Choose fruits, vegetables and physical at'tivity. NATIONAL 5 "A-DAY MONTH SEPTEMBER 2004 | Cascade Cinemas 1410 W 6th St, The Dalles - 296-8081 I SEPTEMBER IS NATIONAL 5 A DAY MONTH! Jet Lei HERO (PG-13) Frl- Tue 5:00 7:30 Celebrate by eating 5 to 9 servings of colorful fruits and i Seturdsy & Sunday 2:30 5:00 7:30 AnnepRiNCEssHethsway,DIARIESJuIieAndrews2 (G) vegetables every day. Look for 5 A Day Information at L Holcomb s Senlry and DeHart s Red Apply Market. Friday - Tuesday 4:45 KJJEI~TAZ Healthy ACnoN N~-rwol~ 541-386-5066 Josh Hsmett, Matthew LIIlard WICKER PARK (PG.13) Friday - Tuesday 7:15 Saturday & Sunday 2:15 7:15 L I Columbia Laser Skin Center • Botox • Collagen • Laser Hair • Facial I Complimentary Consultation is separated and transfused as components, one blood donation can help as many as three people. Donors may call Pastor Sandy Strait at (5o9) 364-3517 to sched- ule a blood donation appoint- ment. For questions on donor eli- gibility, call 1-8oo-GIVE LIFE or email ~o~.o~. • Treatment of Acne, Sun Spots sion/ Peels • Skin Care • Sclerotherapy Sonia Schuemann, MD • Erika Wilson, PA-C 1100 E. Marina Way Suite 100 o Hood River Books, Bibles Family Film Rentals Gifts ~do ", hal s Christian Book Store Previous Home Of t-/-~ e-/i.-/’~ m./t.-~ ~ A Nature's Pine Furniture Ou'J-//O-/uu~ 81o NE Third St. Tues.-Fri: lO-5:3o, Sat. lO-4 Goldendale Elsie G. Tupper, M.D. Cascade Eye Center Office Hours: Mon. - Fri. 9:00-5:00 Comprehensive eye health evaluations Appoinlments available after hours by request 400 S. Roomvelt Goldendale, WA 98620 (509) 773-4014 Columbia River Women's Clinic, LLC Fully certified in Obstetrics and G_vnecalag~ • Low-risk and high-risk obstetrical care • Registered Nurses c~dcntialed in Ambulatory Womcns tleahh Care • State of the art diagnostic uhrasound equipmem • Pelvic floor therapy servmes James C. Faherty, MD,, FACOG David A. Mack, DO., FACOG Diane E. Ellis, MD. FACOG 1810 E. 19th Suite 209 The Dalles, OR 97058 541-296-5657 • Fax: 541-298-5199 • Treatment of eye disease • Eye surgery, including no-shot, no-stitch, no-patch cataract removal • Laser Vision Correction (On-site in Hood River) , Low vision evaluations and treatment Ophthalmology: John D. Wilier, D.O. (Board Certificd Ophthalmologist) Mitch Martin, O,D. Chris Barbour, O.D., Ph.D. 1805 E. 19th Street The Dalles, OR 97058 (541) 296-1101 2025 Cascade Ave. St, 101 Hood River, OR 9703 I (541) 386-2402 1-800-548-5487 or Family Practice Clinic Physicians & Surgeons Wallace Newkirk, M.D. Anal Rajani, M.D. • William Bothamley, M.D. Judy Richardson, M.D. Annie Stone, A.R.N.P. David ]~ning, PA-C Carolyn O'Connor, M.D. Michael Garnett, M.D. Lance Petersen, M.D. 711 E. Collins Drive, Goldendale, WA 98620 (509) 773-4017 Office hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m to 5:30 p.m. news August first ev~t aim event ~ a ~,,,e~ be given tn renew p~ldent of Federated mcetmg to oraer plan pro]ee~ year an exeaing al~l Brlni~ a friend! New Life As~emhly e 773-4650 Sunday School 9:30al Night on Wed night, 7 p.m. 815 N. ( olumbus Goldenda ’. a,m Sunday Evcni~ Kids Sunday 6-7:30 and Prayer, 7 pm Bible BII P~i~t Plumblee. Pastor sunday: 6 p,m . Wednes0ay Service Holy Trinity ’ 307 Schuster, Goldendale F#ber Holy Da~ Tues, ? p 7:30 Blbh',