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Page 6 .... April 23. 1981 Quad-Clty Herald Egg hunters invade Brewster Park Drew Becker Sara Waller Shelly Brown Raclmel Jolmson The annual Brewster Easter Egg Hunt drew aP- proximately 100 children to search the park area for the illusive gold or silver Easter Egg Saturday, April 18 at Brewster City Park. Under the direction of the Brewster Kiwanis Club with aid from the Boy Scouts, four divisions of children re'reed with baskets, bags and buckets, looked under trees behind rocks and Just everywhere for the colored eggs provided by Kiwanis and members of the cora- munRy. The Easter Bunny (Shelly ster, Omak; Laura Brown- ton, Selah; and Jim and Barb Webster of Tacoma. Wynn'and Chris Webster spent Easter weekend with her parents, the Pat Tuilys of Spokane. Yvonne Chantry I Catch these big ones I \\; | ") 'Bi 9 ip-pull over-hoods / , still a good selection (.. , | './i:/:: ' J._elznzrts Fishing Hats ! k:./',,,.'"  rJrI%  =/ ! pp Brewster "group;  .... ' Winners in the four year old group were Libby Boyd, gold and Chad Riggan, silver. In the five and six year old group, Yvonne Chantry found the silver egg. The gold egg was not turned in for this category. Second and third grade division winners were Susanne Roseburg, silver and Marie Bick)wm, gold. The fourth, fifth and sixth grade division .' wlnnrs were Chip Paslay, silver and Dana Sweazy, gold. Representing the Kiwanis were, Clyde Brown, Dave La Teresa Cook Honored at ,. 00ower Storks abounded at a baby shower Monday evening, April 20, for Mrs. Duane (Teresa) Cook, at the home of Toni Shenyer in Brewster. Assisting with hostess duties were Tonya Shaw and Kim Trovillo. Game winners were Bon- nie Cook and Kate McGee. Jamie Cook assisted her mother in opening many gifts for the expected family addition. Jamie found many gifts for a big sister among the many packages, too. Attending the shower were Betty Trovillo, Loretta Zaversnik, Earlene Huey, Leona and Lorilyn Thomas, Bert Sinclair, Pat, Laurie, and Bonnie Cook, Karen Johnson, Judy Hogan, Christy and Aiisa Shenyer, Kate McGee and the hostesses. Dave and Barb Gibb have new daughter Cory and Davy Gibb, twin sons of Dave and Barb Gibb, celebrated Easter in a big way this year. The family went to Cheney to visit Grandmother Agnes Bryceson in Cheney, and went on to Spokane to pick up the twins' new baby sister! The little five-and-a-half month old girl, who looks remarkably like her brothers, according to her Dad, is a welcome addition to the family. They have not been able to agree on a name for her as of yet, however. Harmony House Happenings April 13, Bingo Winners today were Ted Aadland, Phyllis Clark, Natalie Cassin and Esther Simpson. Also today the St. Anns Church from Bridgeport came up with their CCD group. Par- ticipating were Verlie Cavadini, Patty Bozarth, Phyllis Roach, Steve Bozar- th, Derek Hard,e, D J LaRoche, Jennie LaRoche, Melissa Rockwell, Diane Nilles, Allan Nilles, Dan Cavadini, and Stacia Hard,e, they brought up a potted plant and a cross they made for each patient. They took them around to each room and gave them out. For most of the children it was a new experience, but one they en- joyed. The patients really enjoyed their gifts and their company very much. April 15-Sing A Long's were here. Visits daughters Louise Reeve returned Monday from a visit with daughters Anna PoweU, Cle Elum, and Dave, Tina and Kirstin Tharp, Prineville, Oregon. She has made many trips to the homes of her daughters but this time, for the first time she saw four antelope in an unplowed field just south of Kent, Oregon. Tammy Plumb and her cousin Peggy Thumm visited Tammy's parents the Tom Plumbs this past weekend. The girls had several days off from their work at the Winslow Con- valescent Center on Bain- To Homecoming at College A program and reunion- Jean,no Rana who stayed packed Walla WalLs College with her daughter Linda Alum,n, Homecoming Poynor, a WWC student. Weekend drew several Mrs. Reich was a guest of Brewsterites to the College relatives John and Lillian Place campusFriday. Edwards, and attended a Seminars in behavioral family wedding Sunday at science, religion and nursing the college. Mrs. Stout stayed were among classroom on in College Place for a few highlights of the many study days with her brother Dr. offerings, and musical Joe Hanson and his wife programs featured the WaUa Louise. Walla College concert bands, choral groups and the great pipe organ. . Nordangs visit Berneice Stout, Dr. Fred and Verona Schnibbe were The Art Nordangs of among alumni renewing Methow were weekend old friendships with long- visitors of their daughter unseen schoolmates. Also Susan and family in there were Edyth Reich and Spokane. Brown) was on hand to help Vallie, Jim Oswald, Gary bridge Island. the "under four" years Waller and Tom Watson. Bob and Inez Menzie have returned from Yuma, Th omas La, home for the smmer. ez LE Arizona, to their Bridgeport ig d duty repo.rC.sthattheir20-yearold ass ne Siamese cat stood the trip Navy Aircrew Survival Shiriy M. Kiedrowski of Box borer than they did! Equipment Man Airman 901, Brewster, Wash., has Mr. and Mrs. Roy McGin- Thomas E. Lake, son of reported for duty with At- nes, Cosmopolis, visited the tack Squadron 25, Navel Air Henry Sornbergers last Websters gather Station, Lemoore, Calif., week in Bridgeport. While currently embarked aboard here they did some repair Visitors at the Frank Web- the aircraft carrier USS work. Mr. and Mrs. Wiblur ster home this past week Ranger. Davisonvlsited, aiso. were Mrs. Gertrude Web- Carl Russell Tire Center of Grand Coulee NOW HAS A route through Bridgeport .Brewster area every Friday WE DO . Tractor &Combine Flats $0099 825x20 new cross lug 10 ply  7,6 ,G + F.E.T. $ 9,4 O 9 5 18.4X16.1 roar tractor dim'11'  + i6'*F.E.T. Mounted Free -- No Exchange For more information call 633-3090 Man.. Fri. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 16-Pateros FHA came up to have an Easter egg hunt with the residents. They hid several dozen eggs out- side for the residents able to ambulate. The residents unable to go out were able to hunt eggs in the building with the FHA kids helping them when they needed. Af- ter all the eggs were found and counted Ray Parker was the winner with 24 eggs. Af- terwards everyone gathered in the dining room and sang songs. All the residents en- joyed themselves and liked the company of so many younger people. April 17- Mrs. Sandburg made some Easter Bunnie treats for the patients who are unable to get out much. April 18- Bridgeport Bethel Assembly of God Church came up today to pass out some small gifts they made for all the residents. April 19- Mountain View Church on the Bridgeport Bar came up this afternoon to hold an Easter service Easter mor- ning. Easter morning the Pateros Methodist Sunday School class came up to visit, wishing each resident a Happy Easter and put a bouquet of flowers on the dining room tables. The Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints from Bridgeport came over and brought cen- ter pieces for each of the tables. They made Bunnies and Chickens and put them in Baskets, each with an egg. Faith Baptist Church affiliated with the Conservative Baptist Association of Washington Invites You To Sunday Worship Service Every Sunday at 11:00 a.m. In Eagles Building,, Bridgeport, Washington (across from the Post Office) Lay Minister Mr. Wayne Morris Speaking Thursday evening Bible Study at Low Glpe's 7:00 p.m Call 689-2097 for more Information |n"4ummummumnnnunmuuuI h J Rio T eatre J Clint Eastwood, Ruth Gordon J Friday, Saturday, Sunday ! April 24,25, 26 " Friday & Saturday 7 &9, Sunday 7 = Ill I Ill I I III I I I I I Illl f I Ifl Ii I|llfllllllll,|l|,,,,lllllll ll,l,| Ill,llli,llll I |1'| II I,Ill,I II II Jl | I i,l| ill Jllll II U II III I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I II I II I I I I I I I I II I I II II sv r BrTeuWvS atue00a Drug   COLOR ...... ]Jill Rt': \\; REPRINTS I1 /M' .ddl.i  C-41 process negaUve l(  ' ' ,''h " 0.8 ,=e.eoe,,. oo, IIJl ' " 99cII r," Olflr Expirtl lilly 1 II( --" "= "" (=mmJeo ust ,cco.Pm roDe. iim /llJl Tel. 689- 24+21 ] ! ! i, ! 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