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md Clfy Herald Jnry 24. 1991 I=aa &apos;l Kyle and Blanche Wagg Waggs celei00rate 60th anniversary In honor of Kyle and Blanche Wagg's 60th wedding anniversary their sons, Larry of Anchorage, Alaska and Lon of Brewster planned to take them out for dinner. Unknown to the Waggs, Eva Lou Wagg and Genelle Tarbell had been busy on the telephone gathering family members for a special sur- prise dinner at the Brewster House Restaurant on Sunday, January 13. The honorees were presented with a boutonniere and corsage, and each table was decorated with fresh flower bouquets. Norma Mulloy made the anniversary cake decorated with yellow roses. Blanche's sister and husband, Martha and Vance Lake came from Wenatchee. Kyle's brothers and sisters Bill, Wally, Dorayce Sam- pson, Genetic Tarbell of Brewster; Helen Rector of Electric City; Evelyn Bonar of Pateros were in at- tendance, only sister Louise Gran- tham of Seattle was unable to at- tend. Spouses, nieces and nephews filled the dining room to 32 in num- ber to congratulate the couple. Kyle and Blanche were married January 12, 1931 in Wenatchee by Reverend Norman McCoy. Kyle came to Pateros from Virginia as a young man and Blan- che grew up in Me`how and Pateros. They moved to Brewster in 1957. Kyle retired from the State Highway Department in 1972. The couple raised three sons, Larry, Lon and Lynn. Coming from Anchorage the following week to visit the Waggs were their grandsons Kyle, Christopher, Vince and his wife Ruth. Re Steve and Pamela Oden departed from Seattle on December 20, on a flight to Copenhagen, Denmark to Stockholm and finally to their destination SkekkeRetl, Sweden for a reunion with his family - some members he had not seen for 13 years. Gathering for the family reunion were Steve's mother and union in Sweden husband, Elaine and bran Hed- strum; his sister and family, Susan and Bengt Hedlund; and his father and wife, Sten-ove and Svea dn. Steve and Pamela returned to their home in Brewster January 1 with many pleasant memories of the 1990 holidays with his family in Sweden. Kids Praise vespers Saturday Kids Praise will be the theme of the vespers musicale starting at 4:30 Saturday, January 26, at the Seven- Adventist Church, announces coordinator Carolyn Smith. Missy Smith, costumed as PsaRy, will sing with 22 boys and girls from grades one through six who have been practising weekly since early September. Mlndy Smith will direct the program to accompaniment of taped background. A freewill offering will be taken, announces Mrs. Smith. "We believe this contemporary musicale will be an inspiration to children and adults of many ages," suggests Pastor Michael Brownfield who invites the public. Victoria Empress Spectal Round Trip Victoria Clipper, 1 Night Empress Hotel, Breakfast, Tours s,..,*142.. Additional Nights Available Some Restdctlons Apply ahit,erbend I|da-elv rarel . "' [ Ser"we (509) 689-3481 10 W. Main (P.0. Bx0 1015) Brewster, WA98812 You can Mail It, You can deliver-zfl But when you want it there FASTI FAX IT! FAX: (609) 689-2508 Send Illustrations, Documents, Diagrams & Photos Quad City Herald Brewster - 689-2507 Senior pinochle party The Senior Center, in Brewster, had a pinochle party on Friday, January 18. High went to Irene Acord; low to John Saint; Rachel Rawley took traveler; and Elsie Kirk got the door Song Fest The annual Song Feat, originated in the 19sOs by Dee Geehry, will be held Monday evening, February 18, at the George Wilsous', beginning at 7:00 p.m. This will be the 24th fun- ction being sponsored by the Triangle Club, who will provide goodies for the "coffee break". All Quad City people who like to sing old time tunes are welcomed to join the fun. Weekend visit Ken and Monika Drury, Marcie, Matthew and Katie entertained Ken's sister Kathy and Rick Withey and children Angeia, Adam and Christopher when they came from Vancouver, Washington, for a Friday-Monday visit. prize. -"I Daughter here  A TIME for ROMANCE t I Christine Childers, daughter Jenni Z V  # J of Woodinville and friend Ted Hum- O ..... l uaung oervzce phrles, also of Woodinville, were  l Frlday-Monday guests here of Chris'  V  q@ J mother Loretta and Tony Zaversrdk, 6 , ., . ., lJ LOOK for us m rne while they also visited with gran- 1 J dmother Helen James and many  Personals Column I other area friends. _] Cled00a::eSale ( Okanogan - 422-2703 Let Us Take Away Your Chill! State F.'iectrtc 689-2321 - Brewster Owned and Operated by Wally and Eva Stotler Family & Friends Open house to mark i hday, anniversary A double celebration will be held this Saturday, January 26, at the home of Bertha Jackson in East Wenatchee. Sandy Lehrman and her sister, Patty Johnson Hindman, of Olympia, will be hosting an open house for their mother Bertha's 80th birthday. Wayne and Sandy Lehr- man will also be honored at the open house on their 25th wedding anniver- sary. Sandy Jackson became the bride of Wayne Lehrman on January 8, 1966 at the home of her mother in Wenatchee. The couple moved to Brewster in 1975. They have three sons, Raymond of Brewster, Dale attending Washington State Univer- sity, and Stanley attending Wenat- cbee Valley Junior College. Wayne is employed at Brewster Drug, is associated with Barnes Chapel and owns Columbia River Alarms. He is also an avid fisher- man. Sandy is employed at First Bank Washington in Brewster. The open house will be from one to five in the afternoon at 1055 N. Jackson Avenue in East Wenatcbee. The gift of your presence is gift enough for the occasion. Douglas Browla lee to wed Seattle, ]4iss Former Pateros resident Douglas Brownlee and Miss Betty Aarvlk have announced their engagement and forthcoming marriage. The wedding will be on February 16 in Seattle with the Reverend Larry Trim officiating. Betty is the daughter of Sigurd and Borghlld Aarvlk of Seattle. She is a graduate of Pacific Lutheran New grandson visits from There's been a get-acquainted party at the Sunny L Ranch. Doctors Ron and Kay Lamberton of Mooresville, North Carolina, brought new baby Jonathan Ed- ward, bern December 22, to meet grandparents Dr. Harold and Ber- nice Lamberton and other family members during a Friday-Monday visit. Ron's sister Lynda Osborne Pateros First United Methodist Church [ i-',v w=,h,p .......... ,,:oo.r,. Ik I *Chllrlrens Sr mon 1 I "Childrens Bible Slvcb/ 1 w-'w .............. 10:00 a.m 'P Fellowship Hall open to community i (Lunch Included) r Pastors: Don & Leona Howell Highway 97, Paferos - (509) 923-2591 University and is employed In operations at Nordstrorns. Douglas is a Pateros High School graduate of 1980, and received his diploma from Washington State University in 1985. He is a programmer for a pension con- sulting firm in Seattle. Phil and Joan Brownlee of Pateres are the parents of Deugias. North Carolina came from Yakima and his brother Dan and Sheryl from College Place for the visit. communiTY CALE n DAR Arizona holiday Janle Adair traveled to Arizona over the Christmas holidays to be with son, Glenn Banks, Jr. and Daughter Koral (Banks) Obbannya and her new husband, Mark. With a short stop over in Salt Lake to shop and visit friends she went on to Tucson for a two day visit with sister, Helen. After renting a car she headed for Tempe where Glenn was to graduate from ASU on December 21 with a BA in political science. Glenn plans to work until May and then will leave for a two year mission for the LDS Church. When he returns he will go to BYIJ in Utah to receive his law degree. Koral and Mark returned from Guam in November and are now stationed in San Angelo, Texas for the duration of her service time with the Air Force. They plan to pick up their studies there; her in courses to help her receive her license in dental technology and be in electrical engineering. Attend lectures Del and Cheryl Wiggins and Joel and Debble Kirk attended Friday evening and Saturday lectures by Dr. George Knight at the Edmonds Seventh-day Adventist Church pastored by former Brewsterites Mickey and Deenle Meyer. Knight, author and educator, is from the Andrews Universtly Theological Seminary in Berrien Springs, Michigan. The Brewster couples-were houseguests of Skip and Julie Meyer of Everett. 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