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Missionaries Eo speak at Bridgeport church Ruth and Skip Sorensen, missionaries in Uganda Missionaries Skip and Ruth Sorensen will be speaking about their ministry in Uganda Sun- day, March 29, at the Faith Bap- tist Church (located in the EPIC building) in Bridgeport. The Sorensens will tell their story during the 11:00 a.m. service. A potluck dinner will follow. The couple, who serves with CBIntemational (formerly CBFMS) of Wheaten, Illinois, arrived in Uganda in 1985 and have been working with another CBI mis- sionary couple in Kasese, West- ern Uganda, assisting the pastor of the work at Kasese Central Baptist. Mr. Sorensen continues his primary ministry of training key leaders who could be future pastors and could start new churches. Mrs. Sorensen has been discipling some women on a weekly basis, as well as taking care of four and a half year old son Stan. She also spent a year home school- ing daughters Bethany and Audrey. Sorensens will return to Uganda in May 1998. Quad City Herald .,,'.  : -_, FAMILY & FRI NDS Edna and Jc0000:ob Schenzel married six00. years Edna and Jacob Schenzel of Withrow celebrated their 60th wed- ding anniversary February 26. They enjoyed a quite weekend celebra- tion with family. Edna T. Neville and Jacob D. Schenzel were united in marriage February 26, 1938, in Edna's home- town of Odebolt, Iowa. The couple moved to a farm at Withrow where they still reside to this day. They have a daughter Mary Kiedrowski of Bridgeport Bar; two granddaughters Theressa Dale of St. John and Esther Zimmerman of Wenatchee; one great grandson Cody Dale. The Schenzels have led a very busy life, and, "we still are." Kerr family tours in Hawaii Cathe and Bill Kerr of Methow along with son Nell Kerr of Spokane and daughter Sheila Kerr of Yakima spent a week in Hawaii recently. The family took in many tourist attractions, attended a luau, saw the Arizona Memorial, and enjo)'ed the "nice, warm, perfect weather". Bill got in some running while Nell and Sheila found time to do some snor- keling, swimming and surf board- ing. Legion Aux'l'Lary begins memorial fund to honer Jimmy Wick like to help please let them know by phone or mail. On March 29, 1998, a DARTFUN afternoon will be held at the Ameri- can Legion in Brewster. A Dart Tour- nament is planned. The Auxiliary is askingfor donations of tangible items to be used as prizes. They are also accepting cash donations to this fund. American Legion Auxiliary Unit 97 will be planting a tree in Brewster with a memorial plaque to honor Jimmy Wick. The memorial fund will be used to enhance children's athletic program(s) in this area. Members welcome community par- ticipation in fund raising and ideas in how this money should be used. If you have any suggestions or would Return to area Mary Valdez dropped by the Quad City Herald office Monday to say hi and report she and husband Bob are glad to be back in the area after spending a year and a half in Grandview. That Smile is why all the girls in town follow you - all around. Just like me. they like to be. close to you! HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Love, Cyndi ..... ]lnnll[ ................................................. L mm,*m i,mllmpwmm O.00d $I,000 In Prizes Every Wednesday!!! AG SUPPLY COMPAN' Senior Corner Menu - March 19 thru 26 Members and friends if your birth- day is on or near the day of serving (lunch) you get to be first in line. Thursday, Mar. 19 - Beef Stroga- neff with noodles, broccoli, orange- berry salad, lemon cookies. Monday, Mar. 23 - Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, spinach, rolls, rice pudding. Tuesday, Mar. 24 - Pizza, green salad, ice cream. Thursday, Mar. 26 - Hot dogs, potato salad, fruit cocktail, buns, spice cake. Lunch is served in the Center on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and is open to anyone over age 60, mem- ber or not. Individuals under the age of 60 can also eat (would be helpful if they called in first), the price of $4.70. Pinochle Fourteen players turned out for last Friday's card party at the Center. Barb Eisner, high; Fred Ellis, low; Iia Renner, door prize; Max Holler, traveler. Join Us The Senior Center offers Quad City area seniors many opportuni- ties for good conversation, good friends, good meals, and a variety of activities. So come on in and join the Center, the welcome mat is al- l ways out. Pancake Feed The Center sponsors a 'once a month' pancake feed which is open to the public. The feed is the last Friday of the month and the pro- ceeds go toward maintaining the Center. Sometimes due to holidays the monthly pancake feed is not held. General Membership Meetings The General Membership meet- ings are held on the third Tuesday of the month beginning at 11 a.m. Please attend - it is important for nlembers to be there and help with the.decisions. New ideas, new input and new volunteers are needed and welcomed. Licensing office closures Cash donations can be sent di- rectly to Interwest Bank at Box 8, Brewster, WA 98812, Attn: Nell Duck. Please make your check out to Jimmy Wick Memorial Fund. Donations of Gift Certificates or other items can be mailed to Judy Butler, PO Box 1006, Brewster, WA 98812. I ' ! March 19 Brewster: Volunteer Firemen, Lions Club, Park & Recreation Pateros: Volunteer Firemen, School Board Bridgeport: Volunteer Firemen, West End Club Mansfield: Lions Club Methow: Volunteer Firemen March 23 Breweter: At-Anon, Alcoholics Anonymous, Chess Club, School Board March 24 Brewster: Kiwanis, Narcotics Anonymous Bridgeport: Auxiliary of Quad City Eagles March 25 Brewster: Take Off Pounds Sensly, Alcoholics Anonymous Bridgeport: City Council 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/ Okanogan Bingo Casnio's SLOT TOURNAMENT Begins Wednesday, March 25, 1998 at 7 p.m. Early Bird Sessions Starting at 6 p.m. The Department of Licensing re- minds motorists that the Chelan Driver Licensing Office will be closed Tues- day, March 24 and Friday, March 27, 1998. The office will resume regular hours on Monday, March 30, 1998. The Chelan office hours are 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday, Tues- day, Wednesday and Friday, 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Thursday, closed on Saturdays and holidays. m 24 Ir Cal L enmo- eee- e  L,mvn & Omrdn lupptloo Fencing - Harelwaee - Ileea """"..-.., '*' "' "-.,,.-., 689-2423 , Service, Quality & Fair Value FEATURED ON YOUR WHITE & GREEN PHONE BOOK COVER $25 Buy-In includes Tournament Entry and a Free Dell Coupon *($40 Buy-ln for two entries, includes dell coupons) Drawings for session players and T-shirts for session winners Okanogan Bingo Casnio 97 in Ouad Ci Hrald March 19:1998 Club News P9" 3 Brewster Grange acts on voter registration Brewster Grange # 1018 met March 12. The Charter was draped for Leo Crossland. Several resolutions from other Granges were voted on. Aresolution from the Brewster Grange concerning voter registration was approved and will be sent on to State Grange, all other Granges in the state, and also to state legislators. A game of 'find the shamrocks' was played with Glenn Farrington and Ralph Morgan winning the prizes. Brewster Grange will host the County Wide Friendship Night on Satur- day, March 21, starting with a 6:30 p.m. potluck. The Easter Bazaar will be held April 3, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Contest judging will be at Pomona Grange at Molson, April 4, I0 a.m., noon potluck. Brewster Grange will meet again March 26 with the youth in charge, 6:30 p.m. potluck. Lady golfers to have spring luncheon Lake Woods Ladies Golf Club will have their spring luncheon on Thursday, March 26, 12 noon at the Steak House in Bridgeport. Reservations would be appreciated, and may be made by contacting Mrs. Paul Benson or Mrs. Dick Fields in Bridgeport. Anyone interested in golfing is encouraged to come join the ladies club. The Ladies Golf Club annual booklet will be distributed at the luncheon. Bar Belles mark thirty-sixth year The Bar Belles club, celebrating its 36th anniversary, met March 10 for a potluck luncheon and meeting. The affair was held at the home of hostess Gert Davis. March birthday lady, Joyce Hineline, received a gift from her secret pal. St. Patrick's Day cards were exchanged. Present were Dora Adams, Donna Beadell, Ruth Dawson, Estelle Best, Sybol Dial, Nettle Hannum, Joyce Hineline, Paula Peckham, Sue Vranjes and LaVola Schoenwald. The next meeting will be April 14 at the Bridgeport home of Paula Peekham. Wenatchee Apollo Club to perform in Omak Chapter DB PEO of Okanogan will present The Wenatchee Apollo Club in concert at the Omak Performing Arts Center, March 28, Saturday, at 8:00 p.m. Theme of the program is "Songs of the Backcountry Roads of America". The Apollo Club was organized in 1910 and is now directed by Edward J. Sand who sang with the group as a high school senior. Fifty-five male voices sing memorized music. Tickets are $ I0.00 per person and are available at The Mustard Seed in Omak; Rawson's in Okanogan; Lee Frank's in Tonasket; Oroville Phar- macy in Oroville; and at the door. A reception will follow the performance. Chapter DB is interested in encouraging education and will use the proceeds for scholarships. Maple Lane Press Photo Frames (For 3"x5" or 4"x6" pictures) Quad City Herald (509) 689-2507 1-800-201-2507 ... Fax (509) 689-2508 525 Main Avenue, Brewster, WA. 98812 / /