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Quad City Herald ". FAMILY &amp; FRIENDS Visits sister Marion and Kay Hanson were in Wapato with her sister chloetta and Ermen Krueger for aThursday-Sun- day visit. Father/daughter to academy homecoming Two Brewsterites were among the hundreds renewing friendships and mulling over past school days when they attended the Alumni Weekend at Auburn Adventist Academy April 3-5. It was thirty years ago this spring when Emily Wyman, now Mrs. Lee Canwell, graduated from the Sev- enth-day Adventist boarding high school. Her father, Frank Wyman, active but retired pastor/missionary, graduated with the class of '43 from the same school. This past weekend they gathered with classmates who had come from afar to renew loyal- ties to their alma mater. Among Frank's classmates present was church architect Robert Bur- man from Riverside, California. Bur- man, designed the local Seventh- day Adventist Church which was built in the late "60's. Stephanie Smith Mr. and Mrs. Horace Smith of Brewster have announced the en- gagement of their daughter Stephanie to Mark Younie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Here for spring break Visiting in Brewster recently was Stacey Wilson who was home for spring break from Vancouver. She vis- ited with parents Mac and Alice Wil- son, grandparents George and Jan Wilson and other family members. Vists daughter Joan Symonds of Brewster Flat spent a long weekend in Fresno, California, visiting with daughter Jennifer and family in their new home. The family has just moved there. Son visits on birthday Home this past weekend to cel- ebrate his birthday with family and friends was Bill Word,Jr. of Bellevue. He stayed with his grandmother and motherAulta Clendenin and Audree Word. Birthday celebration Elsie Kirk of Brewster celebrated her 95th birthday Wednesday, April 1, at the Steak House in Bridgeport with family. Gathering were Jack and Marie Kirk, Joel and Debbie Kirk and son Johnny, John Kirk, and Jane and Pat McGuire. Afterwards they adjourned to Elsie's for birth- day cake which was made by Jane. A second birthday celebration which included out-of-town family was held Saturday at the Brewster House restaurant. Joining the Brewster Kirk families were Marie's son Ralph and Anna Kirk from Ojai, Califor- nia, and their son J.R.; Ralph's son and daughter, Billy Kirk and chil- dren and Lisa Fish and children came from Bremerton; daughter Nancy Jensen and her daughters Maria Jensen for Elsie Kirk and Mona Fletcher with baby Katie came from Oregon. From Seattle, daughter Mary Jane Pierre and Jerry and her son Randy; and from Richland, son Arnold and Ruth Bohringer of Richland. Two birthday cakes, made for the occasion by Jane, were en- joyed by all. Jessica Kirk wasover from Cheney to spend the weekend and give great grandmother lots of happy birthday hugs. Great granddaughters Jenni- fer Pierce and Sara McGuire, both of Spokane, came for an afternoon visit Saturday with more birthday hugs. Paul and Bev Bohringer called from Arizona with special birthday greetings to mum. The eventful weekend was busy but lots of fun. SEMOR NEWS Menu - April 9 thru April 16 Members and friends if yourbirth- day is on or near the day of serving (lunch)'ySti-gef't(5'bEfist in line. Thursday, Apr. 9 - Sloppy Joe's, green salad, melon or orange wedge, buns, cookies. Monday, Apr. 13 - Pepper steak, mashed potatoes, broccoli, rolls, peaches. Tuesday, Apr. 14 - Navy bean stew, cole slaw, cornbread, pineapple up- side down cake. Thursday, Apr. 16 - Scalloped chicken, sweet potatoes, cauliflower, bread, pudding, 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 trust), the price of $4.70. Pinochle April 3 - 19 players. Gary lkerd, high; John Saint, low: Max Heller, traveler; Elaine Nickell, door prize. March 27 - 14 players. Alice Ellis, high; lla Wilbur, low; Elaine Nickell, traveler: John Saint, door prize. who will be the grandest person at the Easter dress-up day??? Come have fun and don't forget to dress accordingly - Thursday, April 9. Join Us The Senior Center offers Quad City area seniors many opportunities for good conversation, good friends, good meals, and a variety of activities. So come on in and join the Center, the welcome mat is always 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 members to be there and help with the decisions. New ideas, new input and new volunteers are needed and welcomed. ms wedding Guy Younie of Seattle. Stephanie is a 1975 graduate of Brewster High School and a WSU graduate. She is an Associate Broker with Windermere Real Estate in Se- attle. Mark is a 1976 graduate of Nathan Hale High School in Seattle and a Central Washington State University graduate. He is employed as an engi- neer at the Boeing Company in Seattle. A May 16 wedding is planned in Seattle. Christian Women to meet in Mansfield The Quad City Christian Women's Club will hold its monthly luncheon Monday, April 1,3 at noon at the Mansfield Grange hall. Linda Bayless, Mansfield, will show some ways to decorate with balloons and flowers. Pearl Sittman of Mansfield will sing and the inspi- rational speaker will be Torchy Cur- rier of Worley, Idaho. A nursery for children six months to six years of age will be provided at the Mansfield Community Church. Mothers are asked to include a sack lunch for each child. Reservations are requested. They can be made by contacting Pat Milton or Dora Barnhart in Bridgeport, Nancy Kitzel in Brewster, Pearl Sittman in Mansfield, Earlene Harvill or Doris Gibbs in Pateros, Janet Hale in Chelan or Lucy Stewart in Twisp. Businessmen's Fellowship meeting in Brewster Full'Gosiel Business'men<sFel  lowship International willmeet, Thursday, April 9, 7:00 p.m. at the Brewster House Restaurant. Leonel Marcial of Omak will be the main speaker. The dinner is $6.50 per person and reservations are preferred. Ouad City. HArald Apdl 9. 1998 Papa R ,m, Madden musical group to perform in Br ewster Paul Madden and The Dream- ers have returned to Brewster with a new sound and new members to perform a concert at the Commu- nity Log Church on Thursday, evening April 16 at 7 p.m. New members include Joel Bennett on drums and bass; Mike Jess on electric and acoustic guitar; and Aaron Canwell on bass, drums and acoustic guitar. The Dreamers are Lisa Milton and Audrey and Amber Thomason. The concert ad- mission is free because their sole directive is to "Glorify God" ac- cording to band leader Paul Mad- den: performers will include selec- lions of all three C.D.'s: "Walks on Water," "Each ForThe Other,""All for God" and "Return to Hymm." In addition Paul said they will per- form many new selections includ- ing songs by the young and up coming composer Mike Jess of Brewster. According to Paul the group has a new contemporary style that is interactive, spirit filled and powerful. "Kids will love it!" Donations will be graciously accepted to help cover the enor- mous costs of traveling with a large group as well as other ex- penses that burden a non-profit ministry such as this. You can find this picture on the cover of Paul Madden and The Dreamers CD Timeless Hymns Rediscovered. The Duttons will perform in Croak The Duttons will perform at the Omak Performing Arts Center, Tues- day, April 14, at 8:00 p.m. A real family of multi-talented musicians, they create an instant rapport with their audiences. With thousands of concerts to their credit, their profes- sional presentations speak excitement, warmth, and diversity. Whether re- cording a country album in Nashville, playing a concerto with a symphony orchestra, or fiddling and clogging up a storm on international television, The Duttons' love of the total musical experience shines through. "What I loved most was seeing a whole family united in an effort of artistic perfec- tion." - Lorenzo Orlandini, Institute Gonzaga.,Milan, Italy. .... : : Ws.easy to lose count of how many instruments are: being'played.- With Dad offguilar and Mum on bass, thd children expertly work their way through myriad fiddles, banjos, gui- tars, mandolins, harmonicas, drums, a viola, cello, keyboard - even a new contraption called a Zendrum. I MAY & JUNE 1998 ALASKACRU'ISES [i,;''" ' "  "  :  " . . .. . . ?;.:  : .! :. Glacier Bay Inside Passage & Glacier Discovery Cruise As low as $966 Inside/$1,116 Outside All prices Include port charges & taxes. Restrictions I  iverbend , (sag) 689-3481 Apply. IB,4K /w" rctvet , 1-800-924-3481 Cal/for I ' /[ qeroLce, Box10t5, detai/s. "' Brewster, WA 98812 The Duttons will be the final presen- tation in the 199701998 Premier Per- formances series. It is offered free of charge to new subscribers to the 1998- 1999 series. Single admissions may be purchased at the door - $15.00 for adults, $7.50 for youths 18 and under. A series of five concerts is booked for 1998-1999. Subscriptions are $40 for adults, $20 for youths 18 and under.Afamilyconsistingof2adults and 3 or more children is given the special rate of $120. Single admis- sions, subscriptions and informa- tion are available. Some Pathfinder Teens snowcamp Four Brewster Blazers Pathfmder Teens and two leaders carried back- packs when they slipped into cross- country skis for a weekend in the still wintry Klipchuck campground of the North Cascades March 26 -. 29. For Fernando Bautista, Jr., Carl Canwell, Joey Hardin, and A. J. Solo, it was a fast-time experience on cross- country skis as they wound their way just over a mile from the highway to the camp where they pitched tents and rolled out sleeping bags. There was plenty of snow to melt for boiling water aseach prepared hisown meals through the weekend---part of the agenda to- ward a Pathfmder honor in camping. The snow campers did further ex- ploring on skis and had sled rides behind Soto's snowmobile. April g ..... , BrewSter: VolunteerFiremen, Grange, Alcoholics Anonymous Pateroei Volunteer. Firemen Bridgeport: Volunteer Firemen, American Legion Post 218 & Auxiliary, Fire District #7 Methow: Volunteer Firemen Qmak: SCORE April 11 Pateros:#,lcoholics Anonymous April 12 Easter Sunday April 13 Brewster: At-Anon, Christian Women's Luncheon, Chess Club, United Cultures, Alcoholics Anonymous Pateros: Lake Patems Garden Club, Fire'District 5 Commissioners Bridgeport: MasonicLodge#193, Sports Boosters, Fire District#7 Commissioners Mansfield: Chamber of Commerce April 14 Brewster: Circle of Hope, Narcotics Anonymous, Kiwanis Bridgeport: Quad City Eagles & Auxiliary, Bar Belles Mansfield:City Council April 15 EasterDress-upDay * Join Us For SoMe00 . Ladies (in your Easter finery with Brewster: Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous, American Legion Post g7, all,, and Gentlemenclothes,(in all  Casita Karao00e / Women'Spounds SensiblyLeague' CW,- Credit Professional D-O-C Counties. 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