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P ae6 Jantr v 24. 1991 Quad CIr. Hrald FBI probe still underway in Brewster Investigations by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Washington State Patrol in the Brewster area are continuing, ac- cording to officials of beth agencies. A spokesman for the State Patrol said that their investigation, under- taken at the request of Brewster city officials, is still underway. He said any further information would have to come from local officials. The State Patrol is conducing an The W00]y It Was 50 YEARS AGO A complaint has been turned in to the Game Department by Bernard Schons, Wakefield orchardist, and others in that vicinity. Beavers have been cutting down apple trees near the Okanogan river and doing con- siderable damage. Work was started last weekend by the Washington Chemical Co. of Spokane, on a large refining and shipping plant at Monse. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Borg and Charles returned Thursday from Seattle where they visited her sister. Morry Whitworth returned Sun- day from a few days visit in Seattle. 40 YEARS AGO Terry Sparks, Brewster High School senior, took top honors in the County Oratorical conest sponsored by the State Department of Conservation and Development. Rollie Walton, who has been Great Northern station agent at Pateros for the past four years, has been named as station agent at Brewster and started work here today. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Crnden will be pleased to hear that they are the parents of a new baby bey, bern January 24 at McKinley Memorial hospital. A boy was bern at the hospital this week also to Mr. and Mrs. Dean Monroe of Bridgeport. At the last meeting of the Monse Livestock Association the following I were elected to office; Sam Smith, president; John Smith, vice president; Bill Black, secretary- treasurer. Francis Crane leaves Sunday for Seattle where he will be stationed at the Naval Air depot for two weeks active service in the Naval Reserve. 20 YEARS AGO George E. (Joe) Riggan has been promoted to assistant manager at the Brewster office of the National Bank of Commerce, announced Clif. ford E. Davis, manager. Home for a between-semester break from W.S.U. are Jerry and Sterling Divis, Steven and Bob Cox, Valorie Foyle, Sid Johnson, Tom Springer, Kathy Holt, Tom Parrish, and Marshall Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hively spent the weekend in Seattle visiting their son, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hively and grandson Jason. 10 YEARS AGO Mansfield Sunshine Club met at Merge Caille's home Thursday, January 15. New officers for the coming year are Clara Foged, president; Ardith Black, vice president; Gladys Luehring, secretary; and Gladyce Farmer, treasurer. Viola Thomsen was welcomed back in to the club after several years absence. Mary Asussen was welcomed as a guest. Men's bowling team of the week: Joe Dial, 565; Lee Dial, 521; Howard Baker, 473 and Harry Beard 472. internal investigation of the city police department at the request of Mayor Dan Pariseau. Two officers, Robin Wagg and Helen McKinney, have been suspended since late November. FBI spokesman Jeff Johns said their investigation is still underway, but "at the present time, we have no information of an indictable natm'e. "We hear, but as of this time we have nothing to go to a grand jury wi," he said. The FBI began investigating un- specified allegations made against still-unidentified Brewster city of- ficials in late November. Johns said the investigation includes not only Brewster, but the "entire central area of Washington." Brewster Ch0000mber, Citizen and Youth of the Year "'Kid Rocky Rembrandt" speaks with Master of Ceremonies Howard Gamble. Con't. from page 1 was selected along with SaDonna Taylor, the Bear's Homecoming King and Queen. His musical talents go beyond singing, Adam plays beth the piano and flute, and participated in the All State and All Northwest Choirs. Athletics also seems to be easy for Adam. He participated in football, tennis and track where he won the coaches award. Thomason is an avid snow skier, participating in the Centennial games in Wenat- chee. Adam has performed many times throughout the community at various functions. He just recently won the part of Freddy in the musical "My Fair Lady" opening this spring in greek. "I believe Adam to be in the highest character," Mrs. Roys said in presenting the plaque. "He is highly responsible, very ap- proachable and not afraid to meet new challenges." The plaque reads: In recognition of his outstanding efforts to con- tinuously contribute to his school community and church. A special guest on the banquet program was Pat Phalen, whose rendition of Kid Rocky Rembrandt, a boxer who supposedly was the in- spiration for the series of Rocky movies, left everyone wiping tears of laughter from their eyes. As last year's Brewster Chamber i :I , " ' Coach Jim Frey accepts the Citizen of the Year award for Lester Mc- Cullough from Roger Boesel. of Commerce president Linda Garinger gracefully bowed out, thanking everyone who helped during her term, new president Dick Stone took the challenge of a new year. Other incoming officers include Val Burgett, vice president; Donna Hammons, secretary; Elaine Bailey, treasurer and the board members Laura Jameson, Dr. Ren Nielsen, Gina Medina and Howard Gamble. The final award of the evening was presented by Dianne Stanley. Stanley presented the ap- preciation award to Wally and Brenda Lauterbach. Stanley said "their confidence in themselves and in the Brewster Chamber of Commerce has been an inspiration to me and to other young business people in the Chamber." The award was accepted for Wally and Brenda by WaLly's son Jeff. The award read: Presented to Wally and Brenda Lauterhachin ap- preciation for their continuing cow tribution to the Brewster Chamber of Commerce. In accepting the plaque, Jeff ex- pressed his thanks from his father for the Chamber's honor. Master of Ceremony Howard Gamble then closed the program reminding everyone to attend the regular Chamber meetings. I • TIRES Mac's Pit ........... Stop & Tire Service Brew$ter - Tel. 689-3216 • m GAS • • FAST FOOD • II • MISCELLANEOUS• m I mill BEAUTY • m STORAGE m Robert Fateley Complete Exhaust Systems Telephone P.O. Box 815 689-3519 Brewster. WA 98812 ai m e t", " #(,/'-/it .m.mmm.m.! e\\; 7Re " .... i e4, @e r i::" 689-2234 ¥  r \\; Carors Style Stop Tri River -- TYPIN 2 -- - Men's & Women's Hair Care Rental Storage / H:lesumes Correspondence  "Ear Piercing • / =Multiple Mailings •Business Overflow k WOlff Tanning System H,qhway 97 Brewster rs Words Etc. 689- Manl©udng & Acrylic Nails Tel 689 2532 or 689 2430 Open Men. Thru Sat. , _ Senior Cltzen Dlseounta l '" .snmadeC,.mte, Mon.,,r.W.. : Pateros Rental • HARDWARE • • TOWING • OPEN J ,- nv-: Wedding or Special 0ccasion MINI STORAGE IE rtlIU/ Mints 1125 Columbia St. ::A Highway 97 - , If Ill 24 Hours I| APPLE Candy Making Supplies Bridgeport l-IJJ";, (Across from the Motel) "  !  Ir. Rl I '},1' 1OrB Speclal Orders Taken ..... 686-4711 P,(  ACE HARDWARE - - =: - 689"270' 1%,t41 i I Tel" 689"20'1'Mini "'" °"= ( 24Hr. Towing Service {  Dail, (" I rm Factory Bridgeport Paints, Plumbing, Electrical,  689-2292 or 689-3527 (  Irrigation and Tools 1] .... Brewster, Wa. _ _  Highway 97-Brewster Brewster -- Phone 689-2711  Okanogan-Brldgeport I  "Service is #1 ' "' Open Monday thru Friday I  For All Your Eves and Sat. by Appointment [ Tel. 689-2538 I  xl Health CareNeeds I. Telephone 689-3214 Te1.6-5191 or686-71 J  We Accept 3rd Party Rx's: • RESTAURANTS • '..2.s5 Medlcald;BfueCeco .... : J PCS: PCS N p: L& l: IHS J Weekdays 930a.m.. 6:30prn. ' Find whatyouneedfortheprlce • CLEANERS m l Saturday lO:OOa.m..4:OOp.m The • SURVEYORS m 16 S. 6th St., Brewster Restaurant yowontVopoyintheOossified.l Hair AYERS NORTHWEST / "00ar Affair MIni-Mart.6:ooFaZta.m..Food.10:00VldeOp.m.Rentals Quad City Herald I Coin Operated Laundry PROFESSIONAL l Weeke.= Till 12:00 p.m. 689-2507 I Dry Cleaning, Mon.-Wed..Fri. Appliances Piercing SURVEYORS "' t /It TWISP WA 98856 Ill 509997 3833 /1 FAX NO. 509-997-3023 I [ 1 1800-548-1257 ' ' ' Pateres • 245 Lakemhore Ddve- 923-2200 9 O0 a m 8 O0 p m Daily Triangle Laundromat eaks and i Seafoods Restaurant.11 a.m.tol0:30p.m. j/ • ELECTRIC • Lounge. 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.   --   , Tues. thru Sat. Bridgeport. Tel. 686-9!)00  Ideal  C0mmercal. Industrial. Residential ALL WORK GUARANTEED • HOME SERVICES • i Norm's Carpet 1  & Furnlture Cleaning Tel. 682-4260 or 997-4463 I m DIET • Call now for your Free Con- sultation. Phone 689-3216 DIET CENTER 318 W. Main Brewster Heat Pump & Furnace Repair All Makes of Heat Pumps & Heating Equipment Neal Swezey Brewster 689-2767 1 I I m ACCOUNTANTS • J Kevin P. Skirko, Certified Public Acc0unlant .1, 106 W.Main Tel. 689.2117 Tel. 422-6644 LEW ALLEN i Box B r Malott I WA 98829 State Electric • Appliances • Lighting Fixtures • • Wiring supplies * Residential & Commercial 689-2321 117 W. Main, Brewster "Biggest little store in North Central Washington" i Steve Hogan Electrician Pump Service • New Construction & Rewire vHai# 00trfct Elfctri¢ 501 N. 7th St., Brewiter, Wa. 689-3658 or 689-2741 Refrigerators * Stoves Freezers • Dishwashers Tool Rental (Indoor & Outdonr) Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Appliance Repair Brewster Drug Annex and True Value Hardware 202. Main Ave., Brewster (509) 689-2147 ff'00iaper 0000acAJ DIAPER SERVICE MAIN OFFICE 423 KITTITAS * WENATcHEE, WA 98807 CALL SUSAN RICHART 689.3563 FULL SERVICE TO BREWsTER, PATEROS AND LAKE CHELAN Open 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Tuesday thru Friday Eves. by appointment only Senior Citizens Days Tuesday & Wednesday Appt. not always necessary Tel. 666-7461 1626 Foster Bridgeport LAND PLANNERS SITE PLANS - LAND'SURVEYS ROAD & CONSTRUCTION SURVEYS "m CONTRACTORS • III Cascade A/C Refrigeration - Sheet Metal Heating , A/C -- Heat Pumps All Brands Commercial Refrigeration Grog Swezey Phone: 689-3769 Brewster, Wa 98812 24 Hour Service THE SPOT AUTO UPHOLSTERY Plumbing & Repair Sewer & Drain Cleaning Snow Plowing Tel. 689-2814 Brewster 7 Days a Week - 24 Hrs. a Day Bill and Linda Keran Owners I Operators THE RIGHT TIME TO BUY is now Use The Classifieds Quad City Herald Brewster 689-2607