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DARY Perched on a lumber pile, the girls sandwiched away more energy for the home run. L to R: Carolyn Bartholomew, Lisa Roberton, Kdssy Meyer, Barbie Hay, Laura Roberton, Janice Williams, Merri Stevens, Jolene Gill, Lizzie Young, and lorilyn Thomas. Students bike field trip There was a lot of pedaling and a bit of puffing for 15 students from the Brewster Seventh-day Adventist School for their Wednesday field trip to the new school site on Valley Road. Henrietta Thomas, teacher of the fourth through sixth graders, and husband Bob piled lunches, extra jugs of water and abandoned Jackets into their car as they drove from the Sunset Drive school out to the building- action on Brewster Fiat. School board chairman Bud Randall rode herd with the cycling group who eagerly eyed progress on the new school's basement. Andy McCrary raced into the new school site half a wheel ahead of Ronnie Sines, and all but two of the studen- ts cycled the five mile route at follow-up intervals. What Is |t?Alonelyoutpostabandoned in ,pace: Sometng from one of the new space movies? A reeky bland floating in a dark sea? When Jim Smith beught the former home of Howard Moore here in town, he found many straage-looking reeks in the yard. He knows that Howard worked on construction and may have brought them home. strange-looking example, measuring 4 3/8" by 3 3/8", interested Richard Sflmson, a friend of Karen Jameson, who was visiting. Stimson is studying photography at Spokane FaDs Community College. He decided to photograph the speciman, and set it on a box draped with a black cloth, then photographed It with a 4x5 accordlan type camera. He took the picture, overlayed it on 300 press matt beard and peked holes In the matt board, then put a flashlight behind it and took another picture. The startling effect of this simple procedure are shown. A strange, dark floating island! Family dinner Jama Bryant was home from C.W.U. classes for the Easter weekend with her parents, Velma and Jerry Bryant, and joining them for Easter dinner were Mark, Jerri lee and Adina Hot- mann, Vicld and Charles Hull, Mark, Deanna, and Matt, and Mike and Diane Hull. Meets grandson Clifford Brown recently drove to Hayward, Califor- nia, to meet his new grand- son who is his only grand- child. Mark Russell Shoc- key, Jr. weighed in a 9 lbs. 4 ozs. and is 21 inches tall. He is the son of Clifford's daughter Fonda and her husband, Mark Russell Shockey, Sr. Luckys host dinner Dee and Ruby Lky of Gather for Easter Okanogan noscea isaster dinner for Sonya and Darla Gathering at the home of Prltchard and Don Saint, Clara and Stan Sterley in Mark, Valerie and Brandon Bridgeport for Easter Sun- PrRchard, and Tami Prlt- day dinner were Florence chard and Greg Parker, and Prosper Schutter, Grace Wenatchee, as well as NeILson, Jed, Ted and Sherry Okanogan and Omak family Morris, and Melissa and members, lands Sterley. The Great Wall of China is the sole man-made structure that might be visible from the moon. missy-jr.- queen i Bra I Sale I Cm.w_J Nice selection of Long Gowns for prom still in stock "FROM TEENS TO QUEENS" 318 Main Street Ik- h'n,. Brewster, WA 98812 Phone 5091689-3212 Methow News Mrs. Lueanne Grubb and children (a former resident of Gold Creek) were visitors of the Ran Salings and Mrs. Tillie Sating over Easter weekend. Kenny Bergenholtz and Chr/s Thorn from Alameda, Ca. are visiting the Jim Bergenholtz. Ouad-Clty Herald . April 23. 1981 ___.__P_ lost tel, fire , 00000000_00Church ,l00ctivitie ,e destroyed a shop tmentduetoaphoneoutage Calvary Baptists to have Revival 28 Pastor Luther Allen says dress old fashion or bring something old fashion. A Youth Night will be held Thursday April 30 at the Calvary Baptist Church in Brewster will have a Revival Meeting April 26 through May 3 nightly 7: 30 p.m. An Old Fashion Night is scheduled for Tuesday, April Lake Chelan Baptist Church with songs and music. Refreshments will be ser- ved following the three special services. Methow Church observes Easter Methow Evangelical with 46 attending. Many breakfast and then Methodist Church began the went on to the Methow regular service at observance of Resurrection Community Club for a church. Service at Methow Cemetery Interfaith youth breakfast Friday Pastor Roger Hornbeck is coordinating the event with Mike Symonds as chief cook and Diana Roys, song and program leader. Charge for the breakfast is The second monthly inter faith youth breakfast will be held Friday April 24 at the Community Log Church's Glessner Annex at 7 a.m. for all youth from Jr. High thru high school. the the $1.00 per person which is used to defray the cost of breakfast supplies. This weeks breakfast will be scrambled eggs, ham, muf- fins and juice. Concert at Focus Seminar Omak musicians Joe and Elms Curry will give a half hour concert of violin and piano selections starting at 7:15 Friday evening, April 24, at the Brewster Seventh- day Adventist Church. In- cluded will be music by Handel, Mendelssohn and Beethoven. The program will precede a filmed Bible study narrated by Evangelist David Parks on "The Sin God Cannot Forgive." "Hope for an Age of Despair" will be Saturday's 4 o'clock keynote and the final topic in the FOCUS ON LIVING porphecy seminar, says Pastor Micky Meyer. Special music will be by DeanLs and Lori Rootvik. Nursery service at the church will be available during the free programs. Leader to Bible School workshops Lake, Idaho. "Bible Heroes - God's Loyal Friends," was the topic by youth evangelism leaders, said Linda, who will head this summer's Adven- Linda Livingston joined scores of other Vacation Bible School leaders for a weekend workshop at the Seventh-day Adventist Camp Mivodon on Hayden tLst Bible school program for the third consecutive year. Son Jeremiah accom- partied her on the workshop trip. Plemons honored on birthday Roy Plemons, lifetime were served to their friends resident of the Bridgeport- from both towns by Mrs. Brewster area, was honored Plemons. by 35 or more friends who ..... called at his home the evening of April 20 to wish him "Happy Birthday." Included in the guest list were Mrs. Platoons' brother, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wanamaker, St. Maries, Idaho. Cake, coffee and punch Powells return from Idaho Easter egg hunts Easter egg hunts were the order of the day at the home of Tom and Rosalie Dundas Sunday, with all their children and grandchildren home. Present were Shawn and Cheri Dundas, and Tom and Carol Dundas, Tommy and Patrick, Bridgeport; Melodi and Bill Thomas, Pateros; and Ivan and Mlchon Kimball, Kathy, Kelly and Kristy, Orondo. Dr. Harold and Berniece Lamberton hosted an Easter egg hunt and lunch for numerous relatives and friends. After lunch a game of football (lawn rules) was played. Those attending were Carmen, Lisa and Bunny Wall, Carmen's sisters children Justin and Jami from Wenatchee, Dr. Dale, Betty, Laura, and Lisa Roberton, Grandpa and Grandma Lamberton, Tom, Judy, Thayne, He/d/, ChrLsty and Mandy Golden, Bridgeport, Ester, Michele and Tiffany Stout, Lorilyn and Leone Thomas, Frankie Lamberton and Bert and Lowell Lamberton, Abe, Celia, Heidi, Drew, and Angle High, Kamloops Canada, Janlce, Robert, and Becky and Alfle Powell have returned from a trip to Lewiston, Idaho, where they picked up his sister and husband, Dorothy and Floyd Gossage, then drove to John Day, Oregon to vLSR their son, Glen. On their return, after leaving the Gosaages in Lewiston they drove to Spokane to pick up grand- daughters Kishli and Becky Powell for a weeks visit. The little girls are daughters of Charlie Powell. Dinners Served Every Friday 6 to8 p.m. David Williams, Barclay American Legion and Katie Crane. Club Srewster Guests at the Jim Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Butt  ..., Bergenholtz home for Easter and Debbie Armstrong, Blue l-jlJ uumoor were the Gene Bergenholtz Island, Illinois, and I '1 Dining of Bridgeport, Paul Margaret Wimmer, I ._l .. BergenhoRz family of TwLSp Chicago, are here for the I [iP'/J wea!.ner and Tracy Pruitt and son week visiting Doris Adams I permnung Jessie John also of TwLSp. and Brenda Ives. I ,dl I -" \\; .... - _ I   q - - _ _ = iApple Country Nursery Something New or  Something Old and Proven Plant Ace00 Spur 1980 Crop from Quincy Packed by Welch Fruit Plant Bisbee 20 Years of Proven High Yielding Apples Visit with John Randall at Apple Country Nursery ( Formerly Heath's) Brewster, Wa. 689-2985 8-4: 30 Mon.-Sat. belonging to Roger Gardner in Methow. In the time it at MethowMonday. took him to drive there Gardner said he could not (Methow) all was lost he get hold of the fire depar- said. Hartzel Crosby visits and tours Hartzel Crosby recently returned home from Indiana where he wintered with his daughter Louise who teaches school there. Leaving Man- sfield Hartzel arrived In Napa, Ca., where he visited two sisters in Grass Valley. He arrived in Indiana in time for Christmas. During the holiday vacation Hartzel and his daughter traveled by air to Old Mexico. Arriving on the Yucatan Peninsula on the Caribbean side of Mexico, they saw much of the ruins of Old Mexico. He reported a very nice trip and beautiful country down there. Hartzel arrived back in Seattle and his son Lance drove him home to the ranch where he will spend the summer. Family gathers Buzz and Betty Trovillo's home was filled with family and children on Sunday, with Kim, Tony and Jeremy TroviUo, Teresa, Dnane and Jamey Cook, Kate, Mike and Michael McGee, and Dick and Tonya Shaw visiting. Spring Cleaning Sale all lamps 0 to 5 0 ; unfinished chests 5 0 0 4 sizes to choose from  % selected end tables \\;  qUP O .. %\\; O,/o all small appliances 50 o. electric heaters.crock pots-blenders-irons- -can openers.hair dryers.coffee pots-toasters Webster Furniture, Inc. Brewster Tel. 689-2131 _ - _ - - _ _ - - _ - _ _ - i savings on all your J J Snelled leader with bait hook pkg. ot 610 Long Nose Pliers 6 n Mu,,poo. use =244 Menu Filament Line $1  o 225 yds, to 11.000 yds. 118 Ib spool sft Leader wrd 2 hooks  5 2 b. test ipkg. Little Chief Chips Hickory- Alder. Cherry =lSS 2 b. pkg. 2 piece, 5 ft. 6 in. Spin or Spin Cast Rod (no.791272)$ 8 88 Olympic Trails. Single Bit Camp Hatchet |O0 We have FISH EGGS Uncle Jack- Pautzke - Cossack also Marshmallows \\; Bobbers 1 through 2 inch 4125 Hook Remover 16 Piano Tackle Box (no,2000) $3 ee others to $75.00 Coleman Fuel. ga/llon $3'9 S 6 - , r /'  ",  k 22 Long Rifle shells Oanielson (' "/ , .- . ..... $11111 Fisherman Scale J I _ //\\; 't/' uu,u., box o, so Fly Line $ 66 t Bib, cap, 2 'I   we or dry level, 35Oyds. 6 Braide00PolyStrinoer -m,q Seaso00 Live Bait 00lpril 25 L=es Angle Worms ooz $1" . ,,^'.... 211" Night Crawlers,,ol'l" ;::'; N'eed Fish 2i $1'' Worm Bedding 1 Ib. pko. =l00S l a., Zaks (Meppstype) 21Sl" R e e Is _ , ss,t Dick Nits 1/2 pdce Zebco Spin Cast no2o ,4" Diawa Spin no.402A $8 711 ALL SkykomishF!ies 59 We sell ALL licenses (County-State. Reservation) WESTERN AUTO Brewster Tel. il89-Z22