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Pate stude i ................. ..... - Poole has surgery 1"0$ nts W n Strictly Busin - from knee surgery last Presidential fitness awards Town Tavern changes hands Standard Fitness Award; top row, left to right, Wade Scott, Jeff Ross and Darrin Reed. Front row, left to right, Sherri James, Holly Holbrook and Angus Kerr. During national physical fitness week earlier in Mar- ch, Pateros Elementary School students were given an opportunity to compete in a battery of physical fitness tests. Throughout the week, the gym was busy at noon with students doing situps, burpees, pushups, bench- steps and running laps. The esuRs of all the tests were tabulated and physical fitness winners were deter- mined,=First place winners each had shirt stenciled "Physical Fitness Champ" and second place winners received certificates. Karen Brownlee, Joel Fraley and Vincent Meyer won the highest and most coveted Presidential Physical Fitness Award and a certificate of commen- clarion from the President of the United States. These students scored 85 percent or better on each of the six tests. The winners announced by physical education teacher, Vicki Shaw, were: third grade; Boys, 1. Dana Marsh, 2. Brian Campbell. Girls; 1. Angel Farley, 2. Amie Mathes. Fourth grade; Boys, 1. Rob- Presidential Fitness Awards; Left to right, Vincent Meyer, Karen Brownlee and Joel Fraley. bie Kramer, 2. Scott Wilson. Girls I, Charmaine Minnis, 2. Kori Saling. Fifth Grade; Boys 1, Mike Fraley, 2. Matt Hull. Girls I, Lisa Ramsey 2. Angela Reed. The merit award was given for those who scored 80 percent or better on all tests. Susan Smith, seventh grade, was the only qualifier. Those winning standard Elementary Fitness Awards, top row, left to right, Dana Marsh, Mike Fraley and Robbie Kramer. Front row, left to right, Charmaine Minnls, Angel Farley and Lisa Ramsey. t Daun Smith, Merit Award Visiting to assist with new baby boy Mrs. Ellen Hornbeck, mother of Pastor Roger Hornbeck, spentfive da 'visiting and assisting with Lunch Menus BRIDGEPORT Monday, March 30 - Sloppy joes, mashed potatoes and butter, vegie sticks, ginger bread and milk. Tuesday, March 31 - Turkey pot pie, hot biscuits and honey, tossed salad, pudding and milk. Wednesday, April 1 - Chili & crackers, carrot stix, apple- sauce, cinnamon rolls and milk. Thursday, April 2 - Lasagna with meat sauce, tossed salad, garlic rolls, fruited jello and milk. Friday, April 3 - Chili dogs, tater tots, dill slices, chilled fruit and milk. BREWSTER Monday, March 30 - Meat and noodles, green salad, buttered corn, hot rolls, dessert and milk. Tuesday, March 31 - Chili, crackers, carrot stixs, glazed cinnamon rolls, ap- plesauce and milk. Wednesday, April 1 - Turkey and Gravy, dressing, whip- ped potatoes, peas, hot rolls, fruit and milk. Thursday, April 2 - Ham- burgers with buns, cheese slices, pickles, relish, french fries, spinach, peanut butter cookies and milk. Friday, April 3 -Pups in a blanket, green beans, macaroni salad, fruit jeUo and milk. PATEROS Monday, March 30 - Mashed potatoes & gravy, san- dwiches, corn, peaches & cake and milk. Tuesday, March 31 Spaghetti, rolls, green beans, pineapple & apricots and milk. Wednesday, April 1 - Hot turkey sandwiches, mixed vegetables, cobbler & apple- sauce and milk. Thursday, April 2 - Baked beans & weiners, corn bread, carrots, cookies & pears and milk. Friday, April 3 - Ham- burgers, french fries, peas, pineapple & peaches and milk. the children while Sharon was in e .bQit! .lving their" hew S,'" MdtheW  ' Brian. Sunday, March 22, Mr. Ray Hornbeck joined the family to celebrate his mutual birthday that oc- curred the same day as Mathew's birth. Both elder Hornbecks leR Sunday even to.returnto Portland, taking grand children Josh and Shannon Hornbeck with them 'for a one week visR. Also visiting the Horn: becks for five days was Paul Johnson of Portland, a close friend of Rogers. Doug and Joanne Chantry entertained, Joanne's brother, Carl Paddock, during the weekend. Carl is from Spokane and came to Brewster to assist Doug in overhauling his truck. Sunday the Chantrys, Carl, his friend Rhonda, and the Chantry daughters, Yvonne and Sabrina, all went to Chelan for a day of picnicing and kite flying. Jeff and Ann Lauterbac'h have been entertaining Ann's folks, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stone of Longview, Washington for the past week. The Stones have been enjoying some fishing, Ann reports, but spent most of their time enjoying grandson Jaaron Lauterbach. The Lauterbachs reside in Malott. Don't Put Off S p i.na I Ca re Because of Missing Work Evening appointments until 5:30 Mon. & Fri. 6:30 Tues. & Thurs. Dr. K. L. Klenzman Brewster Chiropractic Clinic Brewster*Tel. 689-3516 lioam4MmDMllm4 0NIm'ImPINIDID mb e on every blo DminLthing... r 00l)rln9..: Easter Dresses 1' ".. J-""'.:"iChildrens, youth, mons & womon '.. Z. --"'.: .....' Shirt: - Boys & Mens >:- Womens Sandals :- e Junction, Inc. I 1,.:.' ,,.} Brewster Tel. 689-3353 Open 9:30-6:00 Mon.'-Sat. The Town Tavern in Mans- field has changed hands. The new owner, Mrs. Lydia Goll, plans to run the business much the same as usual, with occasional dances on Saturday evenings. New employees in Brewster Keith Walstad at Brewster IGA. Doug Keran, Scott Wash- burn, Tam_my Fitzhugh and Nancy Brown at Evergreen Store No. 3. Val Chapman, Kelly Unger, Barb Milton, Susan Milton and Alice Milton at Lamplight Inn Restaurant. Mrs. Ralph (Ann) Core is now employed at the Brewster Post Office as a part time worker. Mrs. Core has two children, Chris and Marsha. She and her family reside on Brewster Flats. patches with a score of 50 percent or better on each test were: eighth grade, Wade Scott; seventh grade, Sherri James and Jeff Ross; sixth grade, Holly Holbrook, Angus Kerr, Darin Reed and Anthony Savoia. The students are those of Joe Worsham and Vicki Shaw, physical educators for the Pateros School District. Moving back to Brewster Gary and Sherry Bost, along with their children Kim and Devin, will be moving back to Brewster within the next month. Son Sean will be joining them as soon as school is finished in June. Gary Bost is owner/manager of the Rocky Butte Service Station on the Bridgeport Bar. The Bosts are now residing in Wenatchee. Attend installation Stanley and Beattie Shaw and Marilyn Bergenholtz, Bridgeport, Roy and Ann Hublitz and daughter Ellen Cutler, all members of Puritan Chapter, Eastern Star, Bridgeport, drove to Okanogan last Friday evening to attend the annual installation of officers in the Okanogan Chapter. Attend gift showing Bill and Sue Wood and Kern and Mike Tupling traveled to Wenatchee over the weekend visiting a gift show there. They enjoyed a brunch prior to attending the show, at which they made purchases for the local flower and gift shop. Grandchildren visiting Albert and Margaret Getz are entertaining the grand- childern, Jeff and Karmen Wearne from Portland, Oregon during their spring vacation. The Getzes drove to Port- land March 15 to bring both children home with them and will be driving them home again March 22. Friday. She had knelt on the rug at home and picked up a needle in her knee that broke off there and had to be surgically removed. Gary Poole and Henry Gallaher traveled to Cald- well, Idaho last week where they purchased 2 Charlols Bulls. Dorcie Glessner is recovering from surgery last week in Wenatchee. George and Agnes Wright returned to Malott, Friday, March 20, after having spent the winter months in Quartz- site, Arizona. James' welcome daughter Kristy K. has joined the David James household in Mansfield. The little girl arrived March 3 and weighed in at 7 pounds 10 ounces. It is reported the new parents are doing well. Richards, parents Mrs. Sue Wood, were guests of Autumrl Da Bill and Sue over the ____ weekend. The Richards March 26 Grandma & Grandpa Reese come from BeMngham. SPREAD THE NEWS SHOP LOCALL :t" d Good news travels fast! Why spend your gift-buying dollars on gasoline? Why spend your valuable time running around? Local stores are loaded with great gifts. You'll find all the famous 'brands you know and trust plus friendly, helpful sales people to serve you. The good news about the joys of shopping locally is spreading fast! Get the word and spread the word! No need to roam...the best shopping's here at home/ Frank's Chevron Webster's Furniture Grange Supply Columbia D.rug Bob's Triangle Texaco Apple JuncU.on, Inc. Brewster Drug & True Value Hardware State Electric Goehry's, Inc. Elliott's Flower Shop Sears Miss Que Ginny's Dress Shop Rawsons Bohemian Tavern Mid Valley Bank Apple Country Nursery Brewster Auto Service Evergreen Store No. 3 Western Auto Rainier National Bank Mumma Trucking Kathie's Korner Virg's Tire & Muffler Service Grover's Building Supply Corky's Mobil Whybark's Brewster IGA Ric Auto Ace Hardware Lincoln Tavern Beauty Manor