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Diabetes Education Workshop is scheduled the workshop, among whom are D.C. Olson, M.D., Meri Anderson, R.D., and Judy Davis, R.N. Dr. Oison has specialized in the care and treatment of diabetics for over 25 years. He is currently director of the Diabetes Education Cen- ter and has published many papers in the field of en- docrinology and diabetes. Mrs. Judy Davis, R.N., is A Diabetes Education Workshop, designed for family members, diabetics, and Allied Health Personnel will be held Thursday, May 14, 8:45 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. in the basement of the Com- munity Medical Center in Brewster. Staff of the Diabetes Education center from the Deaconess Hospital in Spokane will be conducting Prepared Childbirth class to begin question and answer session with a physician during the last week. Assisting with breathing and exercise instruction are Julia Rawson and Linda Thomason. Mrs. Rommel claims she has just about every age in her classes, some of whom are expecting a first child, and others who already have children. "Everyone is in- vited to participate, in- cluding unwed mothers, who are welcomed to bring a friend that will be available to assist them during birth," said Mrs. Rommel. "We stress being prepared rather than having natural childbirth" said Mrs. Rom- reel. Anyone wishing to register may do so by calling Verda Rommel. A seven week Prepared Childbirth Class, will begin Tuesday May 5, from 7-9 p.m. in the basement of the Community Medical Center, under the direction of Mrs. Verda Rommel, LPN. Mrs. Rommel has been guiding parents through this procedure since 1974 three times a year. She says the agenda includes getting aquainted, nutrition, anatomy of reproduction organs, pregnancy vocabulary, exercises for body conditioning, anatomy of the fetus, stages of labor, breathing exercises, labor and delivery instruction, post natal care of the infant and mother, care of the newborn and breast feeding. In addition to these topics, participants see Rims, tour the hospital, and have a Kindergarten sign-up in Bridgeport Kindergarten pre- school. Parents'should bring registration will be held on May 7 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. inthe beard room in the grade Dinner guests Mr and Mrs. Ken Nelson of Carlton were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Renners. John and Lois Saint had Sunday dinner at the home of their daughter and family, Marie and John Neumaun and children. They waited all the Easter Sunday for the birth of a new colt, which finally made its appearance in the evening! They were Joined for their vigil with the mother of "sandeck" by the Mike Saint family and Blll and Audree Word, who came along in the evening In time for the blessed event. A family dinner was held Sunday at the home of Margaret and Red Reynolds, with the Larry Carisonsp Dave Reynolds, Hal Fishers, and Mike MarshaUs, in- cludlng all grandchildren, gathering for dinner and Easter egg hunts. their child's birth certificate and immunization records with their child. Groenevelds vacation Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Groeneveld and children vacationed recently in Blan- chard, Idaho for a week. They toured Priest Lake, Cabinet Gorge Dam, and Lake Pend Orellle. NEW 4 BEDROOM DOUBLEWIDE, CAR- PETED, APPLIANCES, NICE HOME FOR THE PRICE, $19,995, DELIVERED AND SET UP ON YOUR LOT, PRICE INCLUDES 19" QUASAR COLOR T.V. SCOTTY'S Mobile Homes Tel. 422-0266 2254 Elmway.-Okanogan NOW Open Sundays Noon to 5 p,m. Elaine Hanson went with Mike and Carol Hardin and boys to visit Keith and Jan Stentzel in Lewiston for the past weekend. DAIRY DELITES lUl II II i INDIVIDUAL SERVICE KNOWS NO CAREL00SNESS When you really care about the people you serve, nothing but the best is good enough for them. We care. You are the most important person we know. And we care about how we handle your insurance coverage. As far as we are concerned, there's no room for error. because you depend on us. That's the way we want it. Full Service Insurance, Inc. Kathy Wlndle-Agent Daryl Ferguson-Agent Bridgeport Brewster Pateros 086-e671 669.2416 023.2312 UNITED ' RELIANCE ,NSU.ANC COMPANIES  /\\; nurse instructor-coordinator for the Diabetes Education Center. She is an active member of the American Association of Diabetes Educators. Mrs. Meri Anderson, R.D., has worked as a Clinical Dietitian at Holy Family Hospital, Spokane. She also has a B.S. in Food and Nutrition. Topics to be covered during the workshop are: New developments, diet, equipment, injections, monitoring, diabetes and obesity, oral tablets, urine testing and a question and answer period. Anyone wishing to attend may register by calling the Community Medical Center. Advanced registration is required and handout materials will be provided each registrant. Former Methow family battles rare disease Cystinosis is a rare heriditary disorder, one that a former Methow lady is having to deal with in per- son. Her two young sons, Andy, age 14, and Joe, 16, both have inherited the disease, which has led one to have a kidney transplant recently, and the other is waiting for a proper donor of a kidney. Darlene (Williams) Ritter was raised in the Methow and went to schools there much of her life. Her sister, Faye Langley, lives in Methow and Darlene's family visits there from time to time. Her son, Andy Stone, received a kidney March 11 donated by his sister, Cassia, 20. Things were touch and go for awhile, but are looking up, said his aunt, Mrs. Langley. Andy's operation took place at Swedish Hospital in Seattle and he was later transferred to Children's Hospital. Joe was hoping to receive a donor kidney from his father, Wesley Stone, but was unable to so will have to wait for a donor who could match him in all the necessary ways. Cassia Stone was at the hospital two weeks, un- dergoing tests and the tran- splant operation, but is now home and back in school. The family lives in Cheney. Andy was released to go home last weekend. Sheriff to speak at Brewster Chamber Johnny Johnston, He will address the group jects. Chamber members Okanogan County Sheriff, about matters concerning and guests are welcome to will be guest speaker at the the pending visit of the attend. The meeting will be Apri127 meeting of the Brew- "Rainbow Family" as well held at the Coral Cafe at ster Chamber of Commerce. as other law related sub- noon. The graham cracker was named after the Reverend Sylvester W. Graham who in the 18th century recommended a diet of bread made from (;oarse flour eaten slightly stale. II1|1 I I Ouad-Cltv Herald April 23. 1981 Page 3 Bridgeport council lacks meeting quorum Bridgeport City Council April 20 to approve a bill did not have a regular from Weaver Construction meeting on April 15 because for partial payment for a quorum was not present. 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