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Lake Woods Golf Club officers are Ellsabeth Slkstrom, treasurer; Gladys Worshnm, president; Murge Patterson, vice president; Evelyn Plcard, corresponding secretary; Dorothy Schreder, recording secretary. "n Lady golfers have spn g luncheon she instructed Beattie Shaw in the mechanics of giving herself a beautifying facial. Mrs. Blanch Miine enter- rained the group with two humerous readings about the game of golf. Kick-off play day at the Lake Woods Golf Club for the ladles will be Wednesday, April 1. Coffee hour will be from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. when play will begin for the 1981 season. President Gladys War- sham announced that golf lessons will be given early this spring and that all who are interested can sign up at the Lake Woods club house. Lake Woods Ladies Golf Club held their annual spring luncheon Wednesday, March 18, at the Steak House. 44 members and guests from Pateros, Brewster, Mans- field and Bridgeport were in attend_ance to enjoy Kay Sikstrom's demonstration of the Mary Kay cosmetics as Den 3 Cubs clean up town Local 4 H'ers attend county-wide, mixer The county wide club Mixer for 1981 was held at the Omak High School Student Activity Center on Saturday, March 21, the event being sponsored by the Okanogan County 4-H Am- bassadors Club. Members of the Triple B's 4-H, along with Mrs. Linda Bickham, leader and Julie Rawson, sewing project leader, attended the 'get acquainted' potluck. Members, parentS, leaders and families of clubs throughout the County were there representing Methow, OrovillelTonasket, Loomis, and Elmer City. Guest speaker, Jerry Newman, Washington 4-H Youth Specialist, spoke about "Helping Families Grow With 4-H." Mr. Newman is from Pullman, Washington. The Ambassadors Club sponsored a '4-H Bowl' selec- ting questions from the 4-H specialization areas and about 4-H in general. They formed teams with the audience, quizzing them in several lively rounds. Members of the Triple B's 4-H Club attending were Shanna Ruddell, Laresa Rawson and Justin Rawson. The Triple B's next mon- thly all-club meeting will be April 14, at 7 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bickham. They will continue meeting on a bi-montldy basis for sewing, arts and crafts, cooking and knitting proiects at various leader's homes. Anyone in- terested in becoming part of the 4-H may do so by contac- ting Mrs. Linda Bickham or Julie Rawson. Okanogan/Omak, Brewster, Club Note00 Squaredancers entertain at Kiwanis benefit barbecue The Denim and Gingham Squaredancers volunteered to entertain at the recent Brewster Kiwanis Club Benefit Barbecue held Mon- day, March 16th for the benefit of Aaron Harvey, an eight year old youth who recently underwent heart surgery. The dancers performed to the calls of Billy Gillham of Chelan Falls. Some of those participating came from Chelan to do the benefit. The meal was served by Kiwanians from Brewster, with the salads and beaus being prepared by the wives of the Kiwanians, and the beef prepared by the men. Total proceeds for the fund came to $872.00 bringing the total raised by the Brewster community ro $2158.08, ac- cording to Lynn Christen- sen. Quad-Clty Herald March 26. 1981 Page 5 Brewster Grange to have youth program. A youth program is economics committee, with scheduled for tonight's assistance from helpful meeting of the Brewster members, served the Grange, according to Lec- Grange Supply Co. annual turer Pat Waggoner. dinner Saturday to a full turn- out. The hall was nicely Refreshments will be ser- decorated by Linda Kirk and ved by names drawn from helpers. The Old Fiddlers the "can". entertained the group while lla Renner, from the home they were assembling. 4-H group travels to Chelan Mansfield Kritters and drive in Mansfield. They Kids 4-H group traveled to spent the afternoon bowling and topped off the day with Chelan Saturday after they pizza. About 30 kids atten- collected for the heart fund ded. In Honor Of The Piftieth UJeddJnq Anniuersorq Ol mr. and mrs. rnest [3: dson Their children, qrandchiklren and qreot qranclehiklren request the pleasure of qour compan U al a receplion on Saturdoq, the fourth of April, nineteen hundred and eiqhtq one, from one o'dock fo fourJhirty at the reussfer Senior Citizens Center. Seven Cub Scouts from boys were supervised by of Lindsey's Drive In ! Den3of Brewster Pack 33, Leader Helen Oswald and Reurant. Clean up day i eff to en ertain spent Wednesday March 18 assistant Elaine Munson. Clean up crew consisted of scheduled i )emocrahc Women Full Gospel Business Men cleaning up the streets of A total of nine large bags Eric Bowman, Scott Allen, Brewster from the area of of debris were gathered by Darren Cogar, Doug Kirk, Mansfield Grange is span. Amy Neff, with the Raghnilde Mac, Anna Rallv & Banquet the school right down to the the young men who disposed Jacob Poole, Dan Munson soring a clean-up day at the assistance of Pateros area Stern, and Ruth Esler are on main street of town. The of it in a dampster, courtesy and David Oswald. Grange Hall, March 25 at members, will entertain the the program committee and Saturday, March 28, 1981 10:00 a.m. Everyone ls asked Columbia Democratic are on the ball to function. TOPS news Rebekahs have spring meeting to bring a sack lunch. Women Wednesday, April Former members are The Cedars Inn, Okanogan I at 1:30. alerted that dues should be No Ha Ha can this week at Bridgeport Rebekah Grand Gladys Still, Vice Reti ed turned in soon to be counted 9:30a.m. Registration Banquet 6:00 p.m. TOPS meeting but Toots Lodge members attend the Grand, Stella Berryman, r Last pinochle on the state level. Wells was the best loser of the 22 members who weighed in. Dana Sweezy, a new junior member won the door prize. Bridgeport TOPS now has four members. Weigh-in next week will be at 6:30 with potluck dinner, award ceremony and in- stallation of officers to follow beginning at 7:00. This will be held at the regular spring District meeting in Omak last Saturday. Those making the trip were Noble Secretary,P.T., Daun Ringer and Chaplin, Ester Beadell. Eagles gather for district Quad City Eagles held dancing afterwards to the their district meeting in music of Whiskey River Bridgeport Sunday, March band 22. 76 were served dinner, Republic will host the next most of whom stayed for the district meeting on May 17. meeting place so each per- attendinbehd. brg Hub!itztr! through country, !''. 'and : r:! E: ' r'hey' also'traveLed to Lub- will be ice cream and Hublitz of Pateros have back, Texas where they sausage. A new contest has started. Judy Grable presented each person with a yellow disk on which members drew a face on one side and wrote their names on the other side. For every  lb. lost the member will recieve one petal. No gain and no loss (turtle) the member will receive a green leaf. The contest will run un- til Mother's Day when the one with the most petals will be declared the winner. Wild swans. go hiking Wild Swans are not always feathered creatures and don't always fly. Bridgeport has its own flock better known as the Camp Fire Group Wild Swans and they hike. Dan LaRoche and DJ took Melissa Rockwell, Jennie LaRoach, Lisa Johnson, Missy Williams and leaders Candy LaRoche and Bunny Johnson across Highway 173 at 10:00 a.m. March 14. Girls and leaders walked to the second boat launch where each girl used her own pocket knife to help build her individual log cabin fire and then cooked a three course meal with s'mores for dessert. Everyone played in the "ice cold" Columbia and had a water fight. Girls and leaders walked all the way back to LaRoche's home for a total of four miles hiking. This outing helped the girls with the requirements necessary to earn a fire-tender patch. Dan LaRoche on addition to furnishing transportation also served as their first aid assistant: returned home from their ex- tended trip throughout the country. They visited two months in Watsonville, California then went on to visit Dave and Betty Burton (Mrs. Burton is the former Mrs. Ricketts, one time city clerk for Pateros). The Burtons and Hublitzs went to Tijuana, Mexico together for a visit. visited with Mrs. Mary Lou Orr, cousin of Mrs. Hublitz. Other places they traveled are Mammoth Springs, Arkansas, Elderado, Kan- sas, and Salt Lake City, Utah. They spent their time visiting, touring, and working on their family history. Did you know? by Francis A. Rushman, Area Extension Agent In may locations in the Methow Valley there are grim reminders of the 1968 freeze. Old apple orchards were killed that year but they have risen again in spots and resemble bushes. Part of the root system did not die. Also, there are start- cling orchards which have never been taken out. A more realistic form of a reminder. Even though these trees were pulled out, most of the root system broke off remaining under ground. A piece of root(s) remained alive, grew, and now there is a tree even though it resem- bles a bush(s). More time has evolved than is necessary to grow and fruit. Perhaps you have noticed some trees fruiting and some not. Thatls the nature of the brutes. If let go, an apple tree will bear well one year and not the next, or very little. These little trees are targets for worms. So are the standing trees and first brood worms will attack the apples, emerge, and second brood moths fly away to legitimate orchards causing the ,grower to spray one or mm'e times extra costing him additional money. If you do not remove or spray the trees with Guthion, the recommended material for codling moths, there is a Pest and Disease Control Board in Okanogan County and they will act upon all complaints registered with them at the County Com- missioners office, also, I will be touring up the Methow periodically this year. Belated party on Wednesday March 18, Opal and Alice Yeager en- joyed dinner and a belated birthday cake and ice cream party for Del's birthday. They also had a swim in the pool. Guests for dinner Dinner guest at the Hir- chell Jayne home at Apache Junction on March 10 were Del and Gerry Glessner, Loren and Dian Glessner and Kerry Glessner. The Loren Glessners were visiting their son Kerry who lives in Mesa, Arizona. teachers party for t'zoneer Club The Okanogan County Retired Teachers Association will have their first meeting of the year at the Senior Center at Tonasket on March 27th. Following the luncheon at noon a film on mental health will be presented. A meeting will follow the film. All ,retired teachers are invited to attend. The last Pioneer Club pinochle party was held Friday evening at the center with four tables of players. High for men was Wallace Thomsen. Low score was Jim Davis. High for ladles Lorena Maclntyre low Viola Thomsen. is the last party of this year.' Refreshments Were served by the ladies. Urgent meeting of Band Boc)sters With spring activities and a yard sale." Als0 on the piling up and time flying, top of the agenda will be a band director Dick Thomas, planning session for the up- has called for a meeting of coming H.M.S. Pinafore Roberts entertain Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ro- berts and Chaua Trimble of Gruing, Texas, spent one week visiting Mrs. Robert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Del Glessner. They also spent a week enjoying spring training at the Cubs baseball park. They also stopped in Phoenix, Arizona to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hansen, Mrs. Robert's aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Angus of Mansfield returned home recently from their winter hole in Yule, Arizona. They reported a very nice winter vacation enjoyed by them and friends. Phil Israelson, Speaker cost $700 Reservations Required Call Bud Lengei 422-5538 or in Brewster 689-2017 Still Burning that MidnightOil? Literally? Fix Up this Spring! New Fixtures will Brighten your Life! State Electric Brewsfer Tel. 689-2321 the Band Boosters Club, stressing that it is im- perative that all parentsand interested persons attend Monday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the Band Room of the high school gym. "This meeting is a muSt," says Thomas, "as important decisions must be made regarding Bonanza Days, The Youth Circus, parades production, being sponsored by the Band Boosters and underwritten by the Kiwanis Club of Brewster, scheduled for April 14. Although all parents of band members are urged to attend, Thomas stressed that "you need not be a parent of a student, all that Jsrequlred is an interest in our youth and music." Birthdays in Arizona Mr. and Mrs. William Weeks of Pacific Mobile Manor, Apache Junction, Arizona, recently enter- tained the Washington folk who live in Arizona during the winter months with a blrth- day party honoring those who have March and April birthdays. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boothnmn and son of British Columbia, John and Alice Andrews d Tempo, Arizona, Vern and Neva Maw, Del and Gerry Glessner, Hirshel and Helen Jayne of Mansfield and Ver- delle and MarJorie McGrath of Brewster. Opal and Alice Yeager were unable to at- tend. Birthdays celebrated Rent were Bill Weeks, Del Glessner, Neva Maw, Helen Jayne, Hirschel Jayne and Opal Yeager. Bill and alga Weeks have visited in Mans- field a number of times. Celebrating 1 Year in Business Gigantuc Sale & Open House Friday, March 27, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, March 28, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Reduced Prices Throughout the Store Oepression Glass Pottery & Primitives Lots of Collectables |  Large Selection of Oak Furniture  1 J  Manson, Wash. Tel. 687-3179  | Brewster Tel. 689-2711 Ihal unmimkeble mmll look in polqesler doubleknli Ginny's In Brewster I I II II I IIIIII t