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pAae 4 April 93, 1981 Ouad-Clty Herald MSSO elects uad CityArea Club NoTe  ...... _ new officers "Grange Week" is obs ed "Grange Week" is being observed througbtout the nation at this time, calling attention to the significant role this fraternity has played in rural America for more than a century. The Washington State Grange was organized in 1889 to join many other states in furthering the in- terests and well-being of rural people. The fraternity was one of the first to accept both men and women within the same group. Much legislation, both on state and national levels, has been influenced by resolutions and recommen- dations issuing from the Grange. Subsidiaries of the frater- nity, which have proved beneficial, have been developed during the years, such as Grange Insurance and Supply Companies. Brewster Grange was organized m 1933 and has maintained a healthy mem- bership. To honor this special week, local Lecturer Pat Waggoner has invited several state officials to at- tend tonight's session, two of whom have promised to at- tend: State Chaplain Carol Kelly of Wenatchee, and State Deputy Francis Trifle of Okanogan. It is hoped local members will welcome these guests by a large turnout. Mansfield School Service Organization members elec- ted 1981-82 officers Wed- nesday night at their final meeting of the year. Tcxry Kinzel was  us the new president, Patty Huffman is Vice President, Sidney Troy is the new secretary and Louise Glessner is the treasurer. In further business a report Was given on the Miss Mansfield selection and par- ticipation in play day was discussed. The Jr. Class won the room count and will receive ice cream bars, the 3rd and 4th grade won the roller skating party trip for having the highest room count over the year. Community Club has clean-up ,Methow Community Club had a good turnout at their last meeting with a potluck and clean up day. They also had a demonstration on makeup by an Amway Brewster third grade prepares to write book Mrs. Kim Moore's third grade class at Brewster Elementary school is about to write a book. In order to teach the students the entire concept of a project such as this, Mrs. Moore first took the students to the Mid Valley Bank, where they toured the facility. While there Mike Elsenhard, bank manager, explained the way a bank operates, and answered the children's questions. Here the children took out a "loan" to finance their project, learning in advance that they would have to pay interest on this "loan." Their next step will be a marketing survey, which will tell the students just what type of book may sell best. After that, the students will begin the task of writing the material for their book, which will later be sold for $1.00 each. Mrs. Moore says it is a new project and will teach the children all sorts of economic concepts, respon- sibility, pride in their achievement and writing skills. Cora Nordby honored by Lodge Cora with an Addenda, which was enjoyed by all. Maurene Angus presented the 50 year Veteran Jewel to Corn. The next Saturday the following Rebekahs attended the District Meeting in En- tlat: Ellen Gallaher, Cora Nordby, Frances Thomsen, Mansfield Rebekah Lodge recently honored one of their members, Corn Nordby, on the occasion of her 50 year membership in the Lodge. Noble Grand, Helen Kemp, presented a corsage to Cora. The Addenda com- mittee, Ellen Gallaher and Frances Thomsen, honored Loup Loup Board Naoma Matthiesen, Frances Haworth, Bernice Jaussen, Maurene Angus, Neva Kind, Dorothy Murison, Geneva Avenell, Eleanor Peele, Mildred Schrnidt and Helen Kemp. Mansfield seated the new officers which included some of our own members. Neva Kind was seated as President, Mildred Schmidt, Musician and Geneva County Democratic Women to meet Democratic Women from Oknnogan County will meet at the Western Restaurant in Okanogan Saturday, April 25, for the annual Spring luncheon. Joe Murphy, State Democratic chairman, will be the speaker. Speeches, skits and songs, door prizes and entertainment will be the order of the day. The luncheon is being planned and hosted this year by the Forward Democratic Womens Club of Okanogan. All women r of the Democratic Party are in- vited and urged to come by Ilene Hand, Okanogan Coun- ty Central Committee vice- chairman. Bosses Breakfast is planned Credit Women Inter- national will be sponsoring a "Bosses Breakfast" Tuesday, April 27, at 7 a.m. at Benson's Restaurant in Bridgeport. Featured guest speaker will be Okanogan County Sheriff Gary Bollng, who will talk about collections, bad checks, etc. in relation to conducting a business. Boling is the head of the Crime Prevention Unit. The bosses of members will be honored guests for the breakfast. Credit Women International is open to all women who work in the business field, and meets the fourth Tuesday of each mon- th at a different restaurant. The group keeps well infor- med on the latest legislation and techniques regarding business, especially in the field of credit. The group of- fers annual scholarships to local youth going into the field of business. Anyone wishing to bring their boss to breakfast may do so by calling Pat Kegley or Ann Ulrich and making a reservation prior to Friday, April 24. Camp Fire leader at Tri ngh Club Camp Fire leader Leslie Peele was guest of honor when Triangle Club met at the home of Dorothy Kline with Elsie Kirk as co- hostess. Mrs. Peele gave a resume of the activities of the Triangle Club-sponsored group, ranging from cookouts to baking, hiking, and camping. Several of the girls have earned campships from participation in the an- nual candy sale. The next meeting of the club will be with Ila Renner, with Martha Ervin as co- hostess. Election of officers for the coming year will be on the agenda. Aveneil, Left Supporter to meeting date changed President. Mansfield Lodge received A board meeting to discuss Attorney, Don Gasaway the attendance plaque. FBLA elects officers to:"' 31-'82 the proposal of purchase of Spokane and Don Christian. Next year Mansfield will Brewster Future Business Schutter, reporter; and Cin- the Loup Loup Ski area has son, manager of Crystal host the District Meeting in Leaders of America elected dy Bailey, historian. been poatponed until Wed- Mountain, will be "most April. officers for next year at their The group also heard a nesdayApri129, atthesame welcomed" according to meeting April 15. Elected report from the team of time and place as previously Betty Wagoner, board mere- Tip le B business students who atten- announced, her. She advises that letters r are Trudi Gamble, ded the state conference in are to he sent to Lmip Loup president; LaShelle Bastion, Seattle. They also discussed Written c0mments, regar- Ski Association, Twisp, /..I--I "|,h vice-president; Belinda money making projects for ding the proposal to pur- Washington, 98856 as soon as  a a .a,g.# Detering, secretary; Janis the rest of this year. The last chase by Don Nansen, Omak possible, meets Dezellem, treasurer; Tawni week of school the new of. The April meeting of the Mansfield Grange Triple B4H club was held Rainbow Girls host April 15 at the home of Linda has history lesson Bickham. e m. was 00oduc Grand Worthy Advisor Mansfield Grange met The baking contest will ted by Vice President Darla About 20 Omak Rainbow Gere, Bridgeport's Worthy Saturday evening, April 18 also he held that day with all Heusley. girls joined Bridgeport Advisor and her officers for their regular meeting Masters and past Masters Shanna Ruddellwillgetin- Rainbow girls Monday presided during the with Master Dennis Hellie in bringing a cake which will be formation for 4H shirts for the club members, evening in the Bridgeport initiation of six Omak girls. Masonic Hall to entertain charge. The meeting was auctioned off with the rest of Next meeting will be at the 'Grand Worthy Advisor Kits- A potluck dinner was ser- opened with a program the baked articles going in Brewster Park May 9 at tenPedersen, ved by the Bridgeport discussing Grange history, silent auction. The Lectures 10:00 a.m. with a scavenger Connie Miller, Worthy Ad- Assembly before the Two new members, Don and contest will also be on this hunt and hot dog roast, visor, Omak, and her staff of meeting. Omak supplied Shirley Lester were day. Pomona will be starting Charlie Hensley: Reporter obligated, officers presided during the cookies, punch and coffee for It was noted Pomona at I0 a.m. with a potluck opening and closing the reception held after- Grange will be in Mansfield lunch servod at noon. Father injured ceremonies while Shannon wards. April 25 with the fifth degree Refreshments were served Dick and John Gelstin being given at 2:00 p.m. to by Helen and Don Kemp and were called to Raymond last all whdling to take it. ClareneRlcarte. Tuesday when Dick's father Democratic Central was injured in a car accident. oroe...,..o,.. Committee to meet Lonfls visit new flrandson hospitalized this week, and The William Long family the baseball schedule at they so far do not know the Okanogan County Central Maiuspeaker will be John- of Brewster visited spring Yakima Valley College, extent of the injuries. Committee will meet Friday ny Johnson, county sheriff. vacation in Zlllah, with where he is a pitcher for the Dick remains with his The By Laws Committee will David and Vickie Long so tam. father, and John went hack April 24, 7:30 p.m. in the be appointed, two fromeach to Spokane to college Superior Court Room in legislative district and one grandpa could get acquain- classes. Okanogan Court House. by the chairperson. ted with his new grandson, The Royal Rangers from Daniel Scott. the Brewster Assembly of Denise Michel, Spokane, They also visited son God, with commander Bill spent the weekend here with o .4...,,.......,=.. 4,..,,.  ..,=..i...,, 9,.. Steve, who is unable to get Long had a picnic and hike at her parents, Alice and Lyal  :Oi. 00ou00now I I oehry's' Inc" offers I Invite allto come 1550 O0: this Saturday, April 25 to' . Re,, ,I , l To anyone that purchases, leases meet.  'resent . , I or orders within 30 days of test driving any car. (car must be in same wnth atIves i category & pr:er:egte e:::, purcha se is a who will answer all lawn & garden ti WE INVITE II all power equipment questions, i COMPARISON i : Coffee & Cookies Prizes l i ... , Goehry's, Inc. , New summer hours 8 n.m. to 5 p.m. Dallv [ Brewster 689-2531 u "W41gaD 4nm- "91 "eelllll "ellllB "eSlRW" lg IIBIP el ,elfiBl .elell . ,elSllg -lira* ricers will prepare a program of work for the new school year. TOPS News Cathy Freeman was the best loser in TOPS this week. Valerie Means won the door prize and Donna Moore won the ha ha can. No No foods this next week will be pop corn and fried eggs. Cathy Day, a former member of the club, was present and rejoined. Ruth Willis, Betty Swezey's mother, was a visitor. representative. The children of Tulla and Ray Warner invite their friends to honor them on their 60th wedding anniversary Saturday, April 25, 1981 Glessner Annex. 2 to 5 p. m. 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