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February 14, 1991

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;)'anna Watson weds Edward Craner in Cheney church ceremony Dianna Watson and Edward Craner were united in marriage December 22, 1990 at the United Church of Christ in Cheney, Washington. Pastor Claire Richards and Pastor John Hicknmn, officiants. The bride's parents are Ashley and Carolyn Watson, former Pateros residents now living in Forks, Washington. The groom's parents are Merele Craner and the late Barbara Craner of Cheney. Attendants for the couple were Dale Warson, man of honor, Bethany and Joy Myers, Elizabeth Hill and Zmilee Craner. The groom's brother Dan Craner was best man and David Meyers ring bearer. Poinsetta red, hunter green and gold was the color theme for the nup- tial ceremony. Joel Hendrickson, Steve Mills and Rob Bryceson were the musicians. The young couple honeymooned on the southern tip of the Oregon coast and are now at home in Cheney. They are both graduates of Eastern Washington University where the bride is currently em- ployed as budget analysist. The groom is sell employed as owner- operator of Craner Plumbing. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Craner " Eighty good ones Ed Love was honored for his 80th birthday, February 8, when over 50 relatives and old-time friends gathered at the Prosser PUD building for dinner aRer church ser- vices Saturday. The decorated cake was baked by his daughter Reva Kimmel, Prosser, and sharing the occasion , was another daughter Sandy Love of Lake Tahoe, Nevada. v Among out of the area guests who ,( joined them for the happy reunion was brother-in-law Clayton Cheek of y Mt. Vernon. Ed and wife Frankie divided their Thursday-Monday stay with Reva  and Melvin Klmmel and with Frankie's brother Bill and Clara Carrier of Grandview. { SI :i and slide A lot of ski and slide fans des- terted Brewster for a Saturday night and Sunday playtime in the Pentic- ton, British Columbia area, where the motel featured a three-story in- door waterslide and Mt. Apex was bathed in sunshine over excellent YAq snow for Sunday's workouts on the slopes. Some had so much fun on the slides that they never did make it to the ski hills, but most leR tracks on the mountain, according to Charlene Knoop, Pateros, who organized the outing. With the party were the Mike Har- din, Michael Brownfield, Bob Clem, Rod Dodge, Ken Drury, Jim Edwar- cls, Bob Finkbiner, Garry Holder, Sid Johnson, Joel Kirk, Jim Lam- berton, Roberta Knorr, Bob Morris, Ron Nielsen, Eden Smith, Bob Knoop families, and Matt James, Luwayne Stout and Tiffany. Also joining the group for part of the time were the Jim Habermehl, Uriah Worth and Doug Chantry families. To seminar Mike and Joan Symonds, owners of Riverbend Travel in Brewster, traveled to Spokane Thursday, February 7, for a breakfast seminar on new Amtrak travel packages. Help sister Dr. Harold and Berniece Stout returned recently from College Place where they helped sister-in- law Louise Hansen following her major surgery. The children of Hilma and Howard Pryor congratulate their parents on their 58th Anniversary With Love, Jim, Rod, Joyce, Scott, ._ and their families SPECIAL FILM DEVELOPING SAVINGS! SAVE UP TOSS Pick Up Film Coupons At Brewster Drug & True I00alue Hardware @) Brewster - 689-2421 Ouad CIty He, raid, February 14. 1991 P_E 3 I II I III IIIIIII I I I I Fami,ly & Friends To Disneyland Roger, Jodi and Kyle Curry recen- tly returned from a trip to southern California. The family went to Disneyland in Anaheim, then to Sea World in San Diego. They also visited Roger Curry's parents in Palm Desert for a week. They retur- ned home to Brewster via Highway 101, which follows the northern ...... California and Oregon coasts. Las Vegas trip Dean and Linda Garinger have returned to their home in Bridgeport from a vacation trip to Las Vegas. Joining the couple was Dean's son John Garinger of Los Angeles and Linda's sisters Brenda Vargas of Henderson, Charlene Landry from San Diego and Sandy Evans of Dallas. This is the first time in several years the sisters have all been together. One highlight of the trip was their attendance at the live production of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table held at the Excaliber Theatre. Linda related the dinner, the attendants in costume, the entire setting of the theatre in the round carried the theme of King Arthur's era. Special delivery Pastor Michael Brownfield was a welcomed messenger as he delivered "Care" packages for area students on the campuses of Upper Columbia Academy and Walla Walia College last week. The special gift and Boodle packs were prepared by the Women's Ministries of the Seventh-day Ad- ventist Church. I A TIME for ROMANCE l v v Dating Service Look for us in the Personals Column V b Z :::lb C r'41 :::tP P k 0 o m Ouad c00tv // // Herald 68)r'2507 Brewster , .... Marge Bertram Birthday party for Marge Bertram The relatives and friends of Margaret Edwards Bertram are sponsoring a celebration for her 75th birthday Sunday, February 17 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Brewster Grange Hall. A potluck will begin at 1:00 p.m. and an open house will con- tinue until 5:00 p.m. Edwards has lived in the Okanogan Valley since 1935 and has worked as a cook in the Brewster School District for the past 25 years. She said she has no intention of retiring. All people wanting to attend the party are welcome. communiTY CALE n DAR This space courtesy of February 14-Brewster: Grange, Kiwanis, Volunteer Fire Department Bridgeport: American Legion Post 218 & Auxiliary, Fire District No. 7 Mansfield: School Board February 15-Bridgeport: Query Club February 18-Brewster: Ladies Aid, AI Anon, 3 River Rovers 4-H Club February 19-Brewster: Narcotics Anonymous, Ohanogan-Douglas County Hospital Guild Bridgeport: Order of Eastern Star Pateros: City Council February 20-Brewster: Rebekahs, American Legion Post No. 97, Women's League, CWI Credit Professional, T.O.P.S. Bridgeport: Rainbow, School Board What ;ood is a home equity ban 'fyou cafft control it? Introducing Equity MaximizeO A whole new way to borrow from the equity in your home. It offers you a line of credit, up to 3 fixed rate loans or a combination of both. In short, a world of control all in one account. With the longest term available in the state you can opt for the lowest payments. 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