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Pateros co-operative pre- school, which has children enrolled from Bridgeport, Brewster and Pateros, had their monthly meeting in the Pateros Methodist Church on January 8. A report was given on the Christmas party held for the children in December when Santa Claus came to visit. Teacher Eddie Lenke made a Mickey Mouse pinata generously filled with candy and balloons. A Christmas arrangement for her home was presented to Mrs. Lenke. Parents discussed the field trip to take place on February 12 when the small students will take the Valen- tines they have made for their families to the post of- rice and post them while being shown bow mail is handled. Rev. Kevin Dew of the Pateros Methodist Church talked to the parents re- garding telling children about death so that they will have some understanding of Q uad C ity i.00,'ea C lub Not es Fun and Fellowship name s ne w New officers were elected at the December 9th meeting of the Brewster Log Church Fun and Fellowship Group,  during their Christmas Par- ty. President is Linda John- son; Vice President, Pearl Shrable; Secreatary, Lillian Mittlestaedt; and Treasurer, Sharon Hornbeck. Betty Smith and Donna Fox will chair the Reception Committee and Madeline Waddell will continue as Camera Club to mee t Wednesday Portrait Photography will be the subject in focus at the January meeting of the Camera Club in the Brewster High School Library, Wednesday, January 21, 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to come and share their experiences. Bill. Wood of Pateros will discuss the fundamentals of Brewste r Grange officers installs officers Sunshine Chairman. The ladies revealed their "Prayer Sisters" at this time and selected new ones for the upcoming year. Anyone wishing to partic- ipate in this program may contact Delphine Fekete. -Santa pam-en--nn call on the ladies, handing out their gifts for their ex- change. Co-hostesses were Carole- Paslay and Jean Silvius. taking portraits; lighting and flash; use of portrait lenses and preparing the subject. Studio lights and filters will be available for demonstration and ex- perimenting. A discussion period will follow. Questions will be welcome. All Brewster Grange of- ficers but one were present at the first meeting of the year, Thursday, with 1981 Master Jack Shaw presiding. A concise in- stallation ceremony was conducted by Past Master Betty Perry, assisted by An- na Shaw and Milt Perry, for Lecturer Pat Waggoner, Home Economics chairman Hilma Pryor, Ceres, Louise Reeve, and Flora. lsabell Deffland. All others had previously been installed. New members welcomed into the fraternity were Ear- nest and Dianna Moran and Mac Adams. The program for the evening was the annual New Year's candlelighting ceremony, arranged by Chaplain Mabel Morgan, and participated in by all present. ard part y and Nettle Hannum. "Brownie" Brownlee won the door prize and Earl Clark took the traveler home. Co-chairmen Don and Seniors have c Brewster Seniors had six tables at play at their pinochle party Friday evening, January 9. Four husbands who don't care for pinochle shot pool while their hur.c h Activities Impac t singe rs t o perform here The Impact Singers from Pasco will present a sacred concert at the Brewster Seventh-day Adventist Church Saturday, January 17, at 4 o'clock, announces Pastor Mickey Meyer. The program, directed by Pat Hickman, will include a children's section featuring. the group's ten-year-old "Mini-Impact," Mitzi Hick- man. The group has released several recordings and per- formed throughout the Pacific Northwest since 1969. They have given con- certs previously in Brewster. The concert is free, but an wives enjoyed the card game High scores were tallied for Esther Beadell and Walter Kulp with low scores going to Mildren Petersen Rebekahs initiate new member Nellie Evans plan to have a card party every Friday evening in the Center and hope the community will come in for an evening of cards QHad:Clty gerald January 15. lgOI Pa_on b Pateros pre-schoolers enjoy pinata EWU lists Children .f the Pater.s Methodist Church anti('ipate tim gaodies tlnat will fall out .I the pinala when it is at last broken. it before they are suddenly faced with a loss in their immediate families. February 3 in the Pateros Next meeting Will be Methodist Church. I The more you tell, the more you sell! Call 689-2507 Chili - Chili Dogs - Rolls - Salad - Dessert - Milk - Coffee Chili - Chill Dogs - Rolls - honor stude nts [ Local students included on average and carry at least l2  Pateros High School County agent at sityEasteruthe fall-quarter honor list atincludeWashingtOnMarty WickUniver'and credit hours to be listed onthe quarterly honor roll.  Senior " i 4- H m e e t ing Nona Joy, Brewster; Diane  Cafeteria Style ' Soardand OoannaSm,th,  CHILI FEED' Triple B 4-H met recently specifically a registration Mansfield. at the Grange Hall in meeting, with Linda Students must obtain a 3.50 Jess moves  Brewster, Don Meehan, Bickham taking over leader, or higher grade point to Spokane  Okanogan County Extension ship of the group from Lucy  agent, addressing the Shull, who has been leader Kandy .less has moved Sat - January __17 assembled members and for thepast fifteen years. C orre e t ion Spokane to work. Kandy ,just  -- Q/ parents, spent a week in Billings,  Meehan discussed the dif- Mrs. Shull will continue to The names of Mr. and Mrs. Montana, visiting her sister  4:30 to 6:30 p.m. , ferent aims of 4-H projects, serve 4-H as an area repre- Douglas Chantry and Mr. and husband, Karol and Jeff sentative. and L The meeting was Mrs. Sam Almond were Brendcr and nephew  (Before Pateros, Bridgeport Basketball Game) .E omitted from the list of at- Nicholas. Kaudy reported  tendees at the recent the temperatures over there o Kiwanis Christmas Party. ill the 60s. - ;llq3 aallO3 - llllhl - lJaSSa(l - pules" SllOU" sl]q(l lllq3" IIIq3 aailO;)- 1111MI - offering will be taken. Bridgeport Rebekahs and Louise Reeve, members initiated Milton Ringer into of the Brewster Lodge, their order last Wednesday. Episc opalians note Epiphany Ruth Esler, Wava Hunter assisted in the ceremonies. Sheriff to speak at Bridgeport meeting Bridgeport Home and School will meet Thursday evening, January 15, in the grade school multipurpose room at 7:30. Douglas County Sheriff Bill Williams will be the guest speaker and will have as his topic law enforcement in this area He will be pepared to answer questions put to him concer- ning vandalism, shop lifting and drug abuse. President Cheryl Gere ex- tends an invitation to anyone interested in the community to attend. P ot luc k, danc e he ld at Senior Center daughter, who will accom- puny her on a plane trip to Yuma, Arizona. Virginia Harris will substitute for Delphine at the dances during the month or six weeks of her southern visit. Dennis Swanberg visits parents Dennis Swanberg traveled to Selah for the weekend to visit his parents, the R.O. Swanburgs. Dennis's father is now recuperating from an accident at home after a five week stay in the hospital. Forty-seven people danced to the music of the Road Runners at the weekly Saturday evening dance in the Senior Center last week. Dancers enjoyed time out for potluck refreshments at 10:00 p.m. Road Runner pianist Delphine Ludeman left the next day for Portland, Oregon, to meet her Members of St. James preceded the eating of the Episcopal Church gathered cake. Stmday eveningatthe chur- The evening was spent eh for an Epiphany party, viewing pictures taken by with a traditional Epiphany the Paul Tffts, during their cake. A potluck dinner trip to Europe. is postponed been called away to officiate at the funeral of an out-of- town friend, and will not be able to meet the appoin- merit. The Saturday study will continue as scheduled. Daniel se minar The Daniel Time of the End Seminar scheduled for Thursday evening at the Community Medical Center has been postponed, announ- ced Deenie Meyer. Pastor Mickey Meyer has news which were divided among the three division winners, who were Betty Clevenger, division no. 3; Nancy Clevenger, division no. 4: and Doris Moore, division no. 5. Dorothy Bowling took pictures of the three winners for publication in the TOPS official magazine. for Become a profit-making writer. present were presented to the honored guest. Michelle Essary anti Helen Janetos. members of the primary Sunday School class sang a medley of choruses from church songs. Christy Wells and Mona Tackett also from the primary class sang, "I am a Promise." TOPS TOPS new member, San- dra Todd, was the best loser of the twenty who weighed in Monday evening. Jo Retta Clevenger won the HaHa can and Marion Fassler, the door prize No No foods for this week will be gravy and fudge. Members brought gifts No buttercups No blooming buttercups have been reported in this area as yet, but the pussywillows are showing themselves. WE PUT TH E 'U' I N DRUG STOR Birthday party Clydeen Sloan Members of the Bridge- port Assembly of God Chur- ch held a surprise birthday party for Clydeen .Sloan, president of the Women's Ministry. Camilla Stenoien baked the cake which was served with coffee and pun- ch. Individual gifts and a card signed by all members We'd like to You Are the Most Important One in I,ght up . ou Orug Store' We handle y 0 u r I I f e ! eV%rrYotmhlng  Shop our wide , YOUR HEALTH ac current  selection of , YOUR FAMILY to  electrical . YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS wiring! , applnces * YOUR EVERY DAY NEEDS i |  accessories at I i I (Sorry-no  our everyday | WE ABE HERE TO SERVE YOU! i J zebras)[ Iowprices! [ i  Ik  Your complete | & True Value } , L' e'ersta;eer'ter I Brewster Drug l Electric I Hardware t Brewster-Tel. 689-2321 Brewster @ Tel. 689-221 !: