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February 26, 1998

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r'tkM IL" Quad City Herald & FRIEN[ S 7ernice 6 Wa on m ai:e Vernice Grissom of Pateros and John Watson of Brewster have an- nounced their Valentine's Day en- gagement. The bride-to-be is the daugh- ter of Vera Bulger, Wenatchee. 'rissom and John ,dding plans Dave and Nita Watson of East Wenatchee are the parents of the groom-to-be. The couple, who will wed at a later date, plan to make their first home in Wenatchee. Dan Pariseau recovering from surgery The Quad City Herald received a call from Candi Pariesau on Tuesday with an up-date on husband Dan who had Iriple bypass surgery Monday at the University of Washington Hospital in Seattle. "He is doing remarkably well and is in excel- lent health otherwise, the ideal patient," she said. Dan was up and in a chair within 14 hours after surgery. He also blames El Nine for this unexpected surgery. Fractures from fall Iva Mac Huey sustained a frac- tured right arm and hip when she fell Saturday night. She is in the local hospital following surgery Sunday. Missionaries to talk at RocKy Butte Church Rev. Dale Statler RockyButteChurch of the Nazarene on Bridgeport Bar will host Career Assignment missionaries, for the Church of the Nazarene in the Republic of South Africa, Rev. and Mrs. Dale Stotler this Friday evening, February 27, at 7. Stotlers will talk on mission in South Africa and what is happen- ing there. The public is welcome and child care is available. A re- ception follows, fingerfoods and refreshments will be served. Rev. Stotler received an A.B. degree from Eastern Nazarene College in Wollaston, Massachusetts, and the M.Div. degree from Nazarene Theological Seminary in Kan- sas city, Missouri. Mrs. Stotler received an R.N. degree from Indiana School of Nursing and an A.B. degree from Eastern Nazarene College. They pastored in New York and Pennsylvania prior to their missionary appointment. Stotlers were the first Nazarene missionaries to work among the Venda tribe near the northern bor- der of the Republic of South Af- rica. They served as interim Mis- sion Director on the Natal Indian and Zulu districts and in the Northern Transvaal from 1988 to 1992. During their most recent term of service, they pioneered new work for the Church in the mountain kingdom of Lesotho. S totlers have three children, Christy, Heidi, and Jonathan. COMMUNITY CALENDER I CLOSED! I Closed Feb. 26 until Mar. 17 [ VERLA' S I YA.RN SHOP[ 686-3875 2365 Tacoma, Bridgeport | ANKLE OR FOOT PROBLEM? Dr. Fank Cobarrubia is a Physician \\; / and Surgeon speeializhng I I hn/KI,E & FOOT disorders. ' I Located in Chelan - 682-0232 Services also available @ Okanogan Douglas Hospital - 689-2517 Heel Pain * Broken Bones Ingrown Nails * Bunions Family visitors Coming from Olympia to visit with family were Dane and Laura Sandquist, Ivy and Lilly. They spent last weekend with fa- ther Dr. Dale and Kathy Roberton and Brady, grandmother Louise Roberton, and aunt Mary and uncle and Ed Beerman. Grandsons visit Recentvisitors at the Brewsterhome of Dot and Sonny Sampson were grandsons Kyle Welch of Edmonds and Even Sampson of Seattle. Boys and grandparents had a fun, busy holiday weekend. Hawiian vacation Nell and Richard Duck and son Christopher of Brewster returned recently from a trip to Hawaii. The 10days of R & R were spent (five days each) in Oahu and Maul taking in the tourist attractions, snorkeling, whale watching, visit- ing Pearl Harbor and enjoying the weather - sunshine everyday. Senior News Menu - Feb. 26 thru March 5 Members and friends ifyourbirth- day is on or near the day of serving (lunch) you get to be first in line. Thurs., Feb. 26 - Bean and wiener bake, potato salad, carrot sticks, rolls. Men., Mar. 2 - Hot turkey sandwich, mashed potatoes, corn, apple cdsp. Tues., Mar. 3 - Baked chicken, potatoes, carrots, green salad, bread, peaches. Thurs., Mar. 5 - Sloppy Jo's, oven potatoes, tossed salad, buns, pears, cookies. Lunch is served Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and is open to anyone over age 60, member or not. Individu- als under the age of 60 can also eat (would be helpful if they called in first) for the price of $4.70. Pinochle - The Center had a turn- out of 15 at last Friday's card party. John Saint, high; Opal Clark, low; Ila Renner, traveler and door prize; Helen Carmen, round robin. Ouad CiLy Herald February. 26 1998 Pea =, 3 I I I III II II III I IIII Win. E. Vallance photo Count the Hearts... presents Dorothy Lewis a $25.00 gift certificate in the Count the Hearts contest. There were 554 actual hearts placed throughout the pages of the paper, Lewis counted 567, making her entry the closest. Page for page counts as follows: 1- 31, 2 - 43, 3 - 79, 4 - 46, 5 - 16, 6 - 30, 7 - 141, 8 - 0, 9 - 10, 10-3, 11 - 5, 12 - 37, 13 - 17 and 14 - 96. Baptist Churc has Valentine cJinner Members and guests of the Calvary Baptist Church gathered on February 11 for their annual Valentine's Day banquet. "Country Lovin'" was the theme, with a country decor and meal of country baked chicken. Sybol Dial presented awards to the attendees who courted the longest, Dick and Nancy Kitzel, five years; and the shortest, Gall Crittenden, three weeks; and married closest to Valentine's Day Lois Walsh. Margaret Reynolds and Miilie Powell performed a country "love story", "Towser will be Tied Tonight." The evening concluded with a musical performance by Jim Baum, as well as a slide show of his mission trip to Africa. lilt lit ,,, HOTCAKE FEED Hotcakes & eggs, ham or sausage  Friday, February 27 _  5:00to 7:00 p.m. Stay and join us for pinochle at 7:30 p.m. ,Brewster Senior Center00 AUto- I ns-u-r-an-Ce Rates, Are yours TOO high? Local Service - Local Agent Since 1981 If your houaehdd's ddvere meet the following requirements,* I::: :' ........ .............. ............. ........... Washable : : : i !.... >' r: i " i :i you could SAVE MONEY on your auto inaurenoe. i :.  ,. li No Uckets in last 3 years 0%. No accidents in last 3 years ,,, Area Rugs ,^.,o,,, No SerlousVlolations _o, c3e Mini --  " rOrne , r, o, Shades l@ Clearance Sale Vertical Shades l@ Startmg at 689.31 I "- -- ..... 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" y jk " DESCRIPTION-Spurge-Flax plallts are slender, I I " IIi/ ,r ;  w( erect al!l|uals. ]'hey arc greeu in color and turn a I I "'i/ ],,,'' redish color in tile tall Spurge-Flax grows ill dry Great Country Western Music/ ', %V ' pastureS, blufl, and ilood plains. Stop by the I . 1, " Noxious Weed Office to see a plant sanplc ,,|yv WIIERE rl" IS FOUNb-Spurge-Flax has been TALL (00OTTON ii. ""'""'""'"" = ' Okano,,, Co,,,,,. ,', X I1 CONTROL- Spurg-Fl is a top priority weed / } Ib, Okmlogan County Weed Board m,d radica- dih ...... tion is required. In the 1998 field season there -" -  will be test plots to find the best co.trol methods, , ' A " and results will be available by lhll. . ,, "A f I V HELP ERADICATE THIS NEW INVADERI I Saturday, February 28,9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. II -': I I Okanogan County Noxious Weed Control Board l, ,r..-.. #.l.^._.e:..4 .......... t., Band members from I I I I P O BOX 791 I I Q d City E gl II (509)422-7165 Fax (509)422-7166 It ua a es 1' 1] ShcilahKmlnedy-Mmmgerwillian, Herbcr-l,/sl, ectorMaryl'uPeterso"'FieldSupervisr 1[!1 |1 ........ It BRIDGEPORT I I  , I t WSU football coach to speak at Wenatchee luncheon Mike Price, head coach of the WSU Cougar football team, will be the featured speaker at the 2nd annual Wo- He-Lo Luncheon to be held March 10 in Wenatchoe. The event is sponsored by North Central Washington Council of Camp Fire Boys and Girls. Price will speak about his experiences as a coach of a current Rose Bowl caliber football team and self-esteem as it relates to the development of winners in life. Anyone who would like a reservation to attend the luncheon may contact Laura Jaecks or Cheryl Weber at Camp Fire Boys and Girls in Wenatchee. February 26 ' Brewtde: VolUntee'r Rreien, Grange "  Pateroa: Volunteer Firemen Bridgeport: Volunteer Firemen, Fire District #7 Mansfield: Volunteer Firemen Mathow: Volunteer Firemen March 2 Brewater: AI-Anon, Alcoholics Anonymous, Chess Club, Quad City Spin Star, Planning Commission Bridgeport: Fire District #7 Auxiliary, Home & School March 3 "Brewster: Kiwanis, Narcotics Anonymous, Bridle Club, Okanogan County Fire District #5 Ambulance, Chamber of Commerce Bridgeport: Order of Eastem Star Mansfield: Rebekahs March 4 Brewter: Take Off Pounds Sensibly, Alcoholics Anonymous, Columbia Democratic Women, American Legion Post 97, Legion Gavel Passing Post 97, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 97 Bridgeport: United Methodist Women, Planning Commission Mansfield: 4-H Club If you know of a club that would like to be listed in the Community Calendar please call 689-2507 and let us know, Thank you! ." Speci,,., . & Frien_.,'" X Good Lug, to ,,, ,,t 0istriy 00asketb,,,0000. is For Reprints!  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