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Psae 10 April 16. 1981 Quad-Clty Herald Maestro of music--- Frank Day Quad C;ity Area Business Directory by Jean A. Sllvlus, staffmlter heard in Seattle, Tacoma Brewster's own, Frank Day, willingly obliged when asked to play his beautiful electronic organ for two uninvited guests. He and his music suddenly seemed to become one, as his fingers produced "A Pretty Girl," "All Alone," and "Over the Rainbow," on the organ that is Just like the one seen on the Lawrence Welk Show. The sounds he produced soon filled the room (and hearts present) with warmth. The exchange was equal, as it was obvious, he was getting as much pleasure as he was giving, by sharing his first love; music. He was but six or seven years old when he began to play the piano. Later he learned the saxaphene and clarinet also. In 1950 he began playing the organ and soon found himself loading the organ on a van and traveling as far as Walla Walla to play for the Old Folks Home, run by the Odd Fellows. He also played at weddings, nursing homes and conventions; being and Wenatchee. He was Grand Musician for the Odd Fellows, too. More recently, when overheard playing, it was suggested to him that he should share his music with more people. He decided to do Just that and purchased a very large speaker for the Apple Junction Clothing Store, had the wires hooked up, then began piping the music into the store. Customers can eavesdrop on his near dally performances of at least once a day. Frank, who will be 76 years young this June, says he prefers the light classics. Even though the answer was apparent, he was asked what he likes to do most and he replied, "Play." This was followed by questioning what he liked to do least, wldch drew a hearty laugh and a quick response, "Work," he said. Frank continued playing as his guests left his home, with tunes of love and tunes of hope penetrating his walls and filling the air. Willlmn Wordsworth may have had Frank Day Frank Day in mind when he after it was heard no more." wrote: "I listened, motion- "Music doth have less and still, And, as I charms," especially when mounted up the hi]], The played by a charming gen- n In nw heart I bere, ling tleman. BHP wins local tourney Hastonstrave] Brewster Heights Pack- Fraser Valley Bullets 130 - Team average scoring (old Howard Hasten spent a week in Connecticut at an Ing eame from behind to win Jolmson News120. record 129) BHP averaged "Authorized Inspectors by one point the Brewster Fraser Valley standouts 132.7 points per game this School" in connection with Invitational Basketball were Jay Trlano (Simon tourney. , his new occupation as a Tournament last weekend. Fraser) 47 points, 13 reboun- Wally Walker s visit was nuclear inspector. He re- This year's final game was ds; Howard Kelsey (Prin- enjoyed by all- signed alot of ports it was "very inten- between BHP and the Ruth's Realty/Time Out Inn/Kelly Oil team. Hard fought battle, BHP was behind by 17 points midway in the 3rd quarter and came back to win by 1. Mark Scott scored the go. ahead basket at 7 seconds left. Ruth's had another op- portunity to score, but a 20 foot jumper by Rick Raivo failed to connect. Outstanding performances for BHP were Wayne Smith (Portland State & Athletes in Action) 24 points, 10 reboun- ds and 8 assists; Jeff Stoutt (Oregon State), 24 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists; Joe Leonard (U. Puget Sound) 20 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists. Also turning in good perfor- es for BHP were Todd Burton (University Puget Sound) and Stan Walker (U of Wash). Standouts for Ruth's Realty were Ran Charles (Michigan State) 30 points, 18 rebounds; Rick Raivio (Univ. Portland) 22 points, 13 rebounds. 3rd and 5th place games Pariseau Orchards 137 - Forest Industries Insurance 120. Standouts for PO were Eric Boewe, 47 points, 17 rebounds; Steve Murphy (Wen. Valley & Simon Fraser), 21 points, 10 rebotmds. Also Chris McGee (St. Martin's) 18 points, 11 rebounds; Mac Gabbers 18 points; Brad Meyers 12 poin- ts; Mike Pariseau, 11 points. For Forest Industries In, surance was Ricky Lee (Oregon State) 39 points, 11 rebounds, 7 assists; Brian Thomas, 27 points, 8 reboun- ds and 6 assists. 4th and 8th place games Overtime clpia Coll.) 43 points, 5 assists; Ken Larson (Simon Fraser) 14 rebounds. For Johnson News was Ran Maken (U. Idaho) 31 points, 10 rebounds. Tourney Highlights MVP - Rick Ralvio, Ruth's Realty/lqme Out Inn/Kelly Oil, set new individual scoring record with 52 points In one game, tied old tourney scoring record with 105 poin- ts (31-52-22), averaged 12 rebounds per game. AllStars Jay Triano - Fraser Valley, set new tournament scoring record with 133 total points (38-48-47 (3 games), an average of 44.3 points per game, also had 37 rebounds in 3 games. Eric Brewe - Pariseau Or- chards, set new tournament rebounding record with 44 rebounds, average of 14.7 rebounds per game, is second in total tournament scoring with 118 points (26- 45-(7 ), a 39.3 point average. Ran Maven - Johnson News, 80 total points and 36 rebounds. Howard Kelsey - Fraser Valley, 3rd high scorer, 110 points (30-37-43) a 36.7 point average. Ricky Lee - Forest In- dustries, Insurance; Wayne Smith, BHP; Stan Walker, BHP; Tim Taylor- Wirkknla Mechanics and Mac Geb- ben, Parlseau Orchards. Other Records Brokea Total points scored by a team in 1 game: 152 points by Ruth's Realty vs Pariseau Orchards (old record 150). Total points scored, both teams (old record 286), Ruth's 152, Pariseau Or- chard, 131 - 283 total points. autographs and people could talk to him at their leisure. He enjoyed seeing this part of Eastern Washington and commented that he really enjoyed seeing peopleplay good basketball Just for fun. He likes to play basketball, but the pressure and the publicity takes some of the fun away." Recovers Chuck McWhorter is recovering at home after having heart bypass surgery last week. Visits Donnelle and Deane Brotherton of Renton visited here last week with her mother and family, Dora and Homer I-Iarklm, and her brothers and fandlies, and also Deane's father and family, Glen Brotherton of Pateres. save," with eight hours of classroom work followed with 3 to 5 hours of homework. While Howard was in Con- necticut, his wife Carole and children spent some tome in Seattle visiting former Brewsterites, Daryl and Terra McCallister. Carole also visited with her sister Mary Heath, and they joined Julie Tarbell and Barb Cox to see the musical "Annie" while there. Carole and family retur- ned to Brewster Wednesday and Howard returned April 11 from Connecticut. Ann and Robin Wagg returned Saturday from An- chorage, Alaska, where they bad been living for the past six months. Glen and Mary Sinclair and family spent several days in Seattle last week. OBITUARIES Norman W. Evans Norman W. Evans, a well known businessman and Celan marina owner, died Saturday at his home in Union Valley. He was born in Wenatchee and later moved to Browster and Cheinn, where he attended schools. Mr. Evans was a veteran of World War H, serving in the U.S. Army. Following his disoharge, he returned to Chelan where he owned and operated Evans Marina. On Sept. 4,1980, he married Helen Copeinnd at Chalan. Mr. Evans was a member of the Chelan Eagles and the Lake Chelan Yacht Club. Survivors include his wife, Helen, at home; three sons, Mark and Match, both of Chelan, and John Flyum, at home; his mother, Mrs. Norman C. Evans, Chelan; and a sister, Helen Louise Cldtty, Richland. Public Visitation was held Monday, from 5 to 9 p.m. Ser- vices for the immediate family were conducted Tuesday from the Precht Rose Chapel with PaYor Dan Wentworth of. flciating. Services were under the direction of Precht Rose Chapel, Chelan. FIFTY YEARS AGO Gertrude Van der Meer has earned the well deserved right to be the valedictorian of her class. When the average of the class has been worked out we found that her standing was considerably above that of the remaining members of the class. At the close of the C.E. Convention a Pateros delegate broke her wrist while cranking her car. Sidney Braker, a last year's graduate, was home from W.S.C. for vacation last week. Miss Viral Housden is planning to spend the weekend in Mansfield with friends. Gerald Thompson is the proud owner of a new bike. It was a birthday present and he is just learning the art of riding. He was well painted up for bruises, but is learning fast. FORTY YEARS AGO Chas. Worthington, former Brewster barber, opened a shop in Brewster last week with Henry R. Geise of Omnk as the operator. Mr. Gosse is an experienced bar- ber and comes to Brawnier highly recommended. Sixty-eight Pateros high school and grade students were vaccinated for dip- therla and smallpox. Vac- cinations were made by Dr. C. R. McKinley and Dr. H. B. Stout, with County Nurse LoIS Layceck assisting. Mildred Paslay of the Bar spent a few days last week with Patsy Driessen. Another earth tremor was felt here Saturday mornlng at 9:27. James Bergenholtz reports that he was sitting h..- a window and saw the roae bushes Just outside shake violently, yet there was no wind whatever. THIRTY YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Wilson, daughter Mary Lynda, and Mrs. Mary Wilson returned Sunday night from a trip to Enterprise, Oregon to see the latter's sister, Mrs. Kennedy, who returned with them for a two-week's visit here. Dnane Watkins, editor of the Methow Valley News, Twisp, was a visitor at the Herald-Reporter office, Monday. Shots are due, TO stop the flu, On Thursday we are ready; Bring some cents, For your expense, And hold your left arm steady. TWENTY YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. William A. Heath are spending several days with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heath. Dinner guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Reeve on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Daly of Wenatchee and Mr. and Mrs. Marion I-Iansen of Brewster. New residents of Bridgeport are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plemons and their son Larry. The Plemons moved Saturday into their new home above Bridgeport Lumber and Hardware. Mr..and Mrs. Ray Mum- ma, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeCroasland, attended the 20th anniver eary open house of Mr. and Mrs. F. Buslmess at Twkp, Sunday afternoon. Nevus Method Glass Repair Rock Damaged Windshields Repaired BWS Enterprises Barry Schopp Box 762 (509} 686-8754 BrtdgeporL Wa 98813 Don't Let A Dirty Carpet Spoil Your Party! Rent a Rinse 'N Vac Webster Furniture Tel. 689-2131 Youngbloods Small Engines & Rentals Phone 689-2811 Hrs. 9 to 6 Mon.-Sat. Your local authorlzed service dealer for Jacobsen lawn equipment Echo outdoor power equipment ditchwitch, rototiller, thatcher, lawn mowers weed trl m mers, chain saws 3 miles north on old highway 97 toward Comsat . George's Market Open Dally 0:3O n.m, to O p.m. Breasted Chicken & Tony's Hot Sandwiches TO GO OPEN Easter Sunday 6:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Bridgeport Bar Phone 686-4399 Virg's Tire Service 738 South Bridge St. Brewster Tel. 689-2411 Automotive Upholstery THE SPOT We Also De Roto-Rsoflng Sewer & Oriln Clunlng Custom snow removal Brewster- Tel. 689.2814 Ikmrs: illS- M(m. Ihru Prl. AUTO WHEEL GLASS. ALIGNMENT, Tel. 689.2314 i I The Auto - High Risk Auto Fire-Firm Commercial Snowmoblle-Motorycl#- Boato Notbry- Bonds.NkKllca I Llfe-Roflremant Motorbomes.Umbrallo Abe mpmsengno Federal Crap Insurance CorporaUon YOUNGBL00D INSURANCE TELEPHONE 689-2142 One locatlon for onvenience 10; W. Mn - Brew=tor Frank's CB Repair F.C.C. Licensed Frank Ames-Bridgeport Hours Vary-Call 686-5365 Tri River Rental Storage Hwy. 97 Brewster Across from Goehry's, Inc. Tel. 689-2532 or 689-2430 Telephone 1186-7481 Open Mon.- Frl, S to S Open Thurs. Eves by appt. Appt. not always nacassary nrldgepert MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE FRESH SEAFOOD EveryWed. 11a.m. to6:00p.m. ,,- Prawns April 1 to Oct. 28 ,Shrimp / )od8 Corky's Mobil , Lobster ,- Fresh Fillets ,s Red Snapper " Perch Intermountain Seafc ,,,Sole Twisp [ ." Halibut 97-s6 AYERS NORTHWEST Professional Surveyors JOHN and BRUCE Twisp (509) 997-3833 Cakes, Etc. Webster Furniture Wlffon Products Telephone 686-8422 Ida Ava. - Bridgeport Bar i Rio Auto Supply Tel. 689-2429 Brewster WESTERN AUTO Brewster Beaut00, Manor Brc water- Tel. 689-2821 The Cottage Craft Consignment &fiifts Mon..FrL 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Sat. 1-4 Craft Classes Given Brewster Ph. 689-2809 Curl Factory 1 Open Man. thru Sat. Tel. 689-3214 Brewster 2 Evenings a Week, Wed.. Thuis. Think Spring! Verla's Yarn BgOi ..Get BLUE LUSTRE shampoo and rent a sham: pOoer to scrub away .ground-in dirt and grime. Loaves your carpets bright, clean and plushl Clesnssnd deodorlzes the way professionals do, at a trat/on of the cost  Coast lo Coast Bridgeport,Tel.686-5321 Bar I Man. - Fri. 8:30 - 5:00 [ Roy - Syboi - Joe Dial Feed Sat. 8:30 - 12:00 J Phone 686-2252 or 689-2075/ Brewster Veterinary Clinic Verle D. Smith 8 a.m. to6 p.m. - Monday thru Friday 9 to 12 Saturday's Telephone 689-2616 IKathie's Korner Salon Men, Women 8, Children's Hair Styling Senior Citizen Discounts - Man. thru Wed.. Kathie Poml:ankey, Owner Open Man. thru FrL. Tel. 689-I01 ', TELEPHONE 5091489.3471 THOMAS BENNER ATTORNEY AT LAW t SO. BRIDGE ST. P.O. sex $45 BR EWSTER, WA. INII12 Jean's Dry Goods ']'/r  Bridgeport-Tel. (dl5-$171 Ch,I,.n..od Fabric and .Sewing Notions - Toys and Gifts. Domestics Craft Supplies Gale's Body Shop "& 24 Hour Towing Service Auto Glass & Insurance Work Free Estimates Work Guaranteed Pateros, Wa. Tel. 923-2729 AG L O B A L VEL SERVICE / NothanielM. Symonds Travel Consultant Telephone 509/662-71.15 Residence 689-3555 Morris Building * 23 South Wenatchee Avenue, Wenotchee, Washington 98801 'Cat. Backhoe. Dumptruck, Grader, 250 A*r Compressor, Jackhammer & Drill Johnson's. Backhoe Service Karl & Bob P.O. Box 331. Brewster, Washington 98812 Telephone 5091889-2826 689-2871 5091686-6447 Mumma Trucking, Inc. Brewster Cattle Trailer- Van & Lowboy 40 ft Flat Bed Semi Tel. 689-3422-, If No Answer Call 6893539 Saw Sharpening Service Hand, Skill Meat Saw Blades Rotary Mower Blades Knives, Scissors Five.Day Service We guarantee our work N. 10 Ma in Gar 7 Thornton Phone 686-6351 or 689-3319 Tel___e_ephon____e 689-213__.____1 -Br00g00Mini "" - [ BillingsleyFurniture Savings, Quality, Style 00mrage Pateros---Telephone 923-2741 1el. 686-5321 o 686-5326 0000.oWING WA E FULI,Y AUTOMATIC T SPRINKLER SYSTEMS INSTALLED Residential and Commercial Free estimates