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January 1, 1981
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F amilie s g athe r for holidays Having Christmas here with Pat Kegley were Bill and Rick, who were home from Steven- son, Mike and Jan of Coeur d'Alene, and Dan from C honey. Bill and Toni Shenyer hosted Christmas dinner for Buzz and Betty Trovillo, Kate and Mike McGee and son Mike Jr., born December 23, Tony and Kim Trovillo and son Jeremy, Teresa and Duane Cook and Jamie, Tony and Loretta Zaver- snik, Dave and Lynn Christensen, Ted and Michelle, and Kathy and DanTharpe. Bill and Vera Auvil came to Brewster for a very brief Christmas visit with her mother Iva Huey and brothers Steve and Virgil, then left almost two-year old daughter Katie Rae for a three-months' visit as they return to Mexico. The Auvils are studying medicine and premed-in Spanish, at Montemorelos Univer- sity and will return for Katie during spring vacation. Gone Enger, who has been working at a con- struction project in Sitka, Alaska, has been home for several weeks during the holiday. Joining them for Christmas Day was their son Brian of Spokane. Virginia Hagberg and children of Tacoma joined her mother, Mrs. Dora Pierson, here for the Christmas holiday. Dave and Alice Graver went to Federal Way over the holiday to visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Colin Lundell. Shaun Bast, former Brewster student now living in California is in town for the holidays visiting family and friends, The Vaughn Godbeys welcomed home their daughter and her husband, Jinx and Dave Freeis, Seattle, for the Christmas holiday. Joining them Christmas Day were Portia and Steve Pauli and daughter CamishaofChelan. Gub and Joan Bender were in Seattle for Christmas with the Bill Bendersand their sonEd. F ram Christmas Bruce and Charlo'tte Churchill of Des Moines, Wa., spent the holiday in Brewster with his father and family, Basil and Gen Churchill, leaving Mon- day. Carol and Mike Walker and Kim and Dave La Vallie spent Christmas Day with the Lyle Walkers in Winthrop. From Holland came a Christmas tradition of a kind old Bishop Sinterklaas who was accompanied during the birthday observance of St. Nicholas by Black Peter. The latter assisted in dropping presents through sooty chimneys into small shoes by the fireside--but also tbted a bag in which he could whisk away naughty children. Thayne Golden portrayed the bishopand Mike S tephens, a red-headed Black Peter. Christmas was little known or celebrated in Japan until the beginning of this century, but has become particularly familiar in the last two decades. The Japanese string ropes of twisted rice straw above their entrance gates to indicate strong family ties, and add tiny Japanese oranges to signify roundness and smoothness. Melissa Stevens, in a delicate Oriental gown, welcomes visitor KarenKuiken to the program with an orange from her wicker basket. K car is here K-Car Demonstrator Now available atG0ehry's ,, Come in and drive • this wonderful new car!  Ask about Chrysler's new plan to l-][lVlri I save you 11 financing Goehry's Inc. Brewster Tel. 689-2531 Joining the AI Bergers for Christmas were AIIrea Jr., of Spokane,  and Raymond Raub of Okanogan. Susie Berger of Bellingham spent Christmas Eve with them, and visiting on the day after Christmas was John McKie of Bremer- ton. Holiday guests at the home of Pat and Bert Sin- clair last week were Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Fricke, Idaho Falls, Idaho; Mrs. Vera Wyatt, Kirkland; and Miss Leslie Schear, Chicago, Illinois, as well as son Pat, who arrived previously from Chicago. Sam and Lois Almond and daughters Diane and Nancy attended the Ice Capades in Spokane Sun- day,Dale.28. around t he A jolly l"oundup of relatives and friends snowmobiled into Kyle and Blanche Wagg's "Snow Shed" cabin on McFarlane Creek for holiday , dinners and visitingon the weekend. On Saturday her sister Martha and Vance Lake, their daughter Bernice Standerfer and frfend and grandchildren Jeff and Laurie Lake, all came from Wenatchee to join Biance, Kyle, Lynn and LindaWagg. The latter four enter- tained again on Sunday when Blaine and Eva Lou Wagg and Gordon and Evelyn Bonar came from Pateros along with Evelyn's daughter Gayle and Kevin McKown and girls visiting from the coast. Jack and Nell Tar- bell of Brewster also joined the party. Holidaying with his parents Ray and Dorothy Lamberton were Darrell and Ann and daughters Marylou, Ruthanne, Suellen, of Grandview. Some of the family took the Lake Chelan boat trip Friday and were rewar- ded with watching moun- tain goats along the lake. world The children of Spain find particular fascination in the story of the Magi. Their traditional tale notes that the Wise Men travel through Spain en route to Bethlehem and the children fill their shoes with straw in a welcoming rite. Ronnie Sines, Jeff Randall, and Mike Coriell enact the Magi scene at the manger. Christmas carols, the familiar manger scene of Jesus' birthplace, color- ful costumes from many countries were included in the "Christmas Around fhe World" program given by grades one through nine of the Seventh-day Adventist School at the ch urc h. Merri Stevens, Andy McCrary, and Toby Sephens helped light candles in the sanctuary windows as Molly Mc- Crary explained the old Irish custom which sym- bolized a welcome to Mary and Joseph who found no welcome at Bethlehem'sinns. "Let's not get so busy that we let THINGS take the place of OUR- SELVES in our relation- ships with friends and families," suggested Principal Reid McCrary, who concluded the program with the GUIDEPOST story "The Girl From Across the Sea." Also directing were teachers Henrietta Thomas and Marilyn Mc- Crary. Kay Hanson led in audience' caroling and Cindy Beerman was pianist. Nordang guests Susan Turner and children Brandon and Kristen are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Art Nordang. They were all guests of Ada Nordang in Pateros for Christmas Day as was daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chick and their sons Ronn and Mr.and Mrs. Al Chick of Tigard,Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold McCall were with the Pete Bolinger family in Republic for Christmas. Ray Williams of Tacoma spent a week with his sister and brother-in-law Faye and Chan Langley, leaving for home Saturday morning. They were joined on Christmas day by the Tom Langley and Dan Barham families of Grand Coulee. The L. Brown family returned home Saturday eve from a happy but wet holiday on the coast with relativesand friends. Nell Bergenholz was out of the hospital for Christmas day with relatives at grand- daughter Linda s in Brewster. Tim Wood played his saxaphone for the Methow Evangelical Methodist Church Sun- day. Tim Wood is home from college in Portland, Larry Trim from college in Seattle, Natalee Clees from college in Wenat- chee. KEi00SUN PORTABLE HEATERS OMNI 15 Rated at 8,200 BTUs per hour• Smallest, lowest. priced Kero-Sun is extra  "]' ]["[' tough for comping or II L,J IN around the house. Of- H IIIIII Ill fers cooking surface. JUI k] Operates up to 36 hours J  on 1.7 gals. kerosene. ,, 18 1/8" high; 16 1/4" , ,  , ] base. 14.1 Ibs. U.L. -.. b --- P.,,,41k Listed. Closed Jan. 2 & 3 for inventory! IBrewster Grange[ Supply Co. J Where the Customer is The (:Oral)any Brewster, Washington • Phone 689-2423 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. - Monday thru Friday s ,,, 8 a.m. ito noon Saturday Quad-CiUHerald ..................... JanuaiiL.1981 ..................... 2age5 M a n..fi,, hi St ude nt s in c ult ural program Tommy Latimer was here from Tacoma to visit for a few days with his mother Dorothy and Clif- ford West. Mansfield school child- ren have been benefiting from the State sponsored cultural enrichment progra m this past week. Charlie King, Ellens- burg, was the visiting ar- tist. He worked with the students in grade K-4 making badges. Designs for the badges were made by the students and each was given the oppor- Celebrate birthday Cathy and Brian Westerdahl hosted a family breakfast on Christmas Eve, and another family gathering that evening, in honor of Brian s December 24 bir- thday, as well as the Christmas holiday. The Westerdahl family gathered at the home of Roy and Lois Christmas Day, with Brian and Cathy, Jason and Amber, Vernon, and Deanna home from Wenatchee. tunity tomakeseveral. The upper grades worked with copper enameling. This process involved designing their pins or pendants on cop- per and enameling the finished product. King works through t he various ESD offices in the state and spends about a week at the schools that invite him to present his program. Storewide Shoe & Boot Sale \\;-- I oo*. Durango, Santa Rosa, Walker, Cowtown "Tip's" Brewster Shoe Store Hours: Friday & Saturday 9:30 a,m. -5:30 p.m. hank you • • • To our many customers through the years, and our appreciation to the local medical personnel and institutions. Please Welcome Gary .nd Delores Jenkins We hope you will continue your support with these new owners, q • • ' ! Columbia Drug ! The Sheets Family ' . | L A A A  1 A  Jmllh  dl'l i JlmL A A A'A A dJ A A A A A  A A A  A A mBhL A A A  dMIL A JL