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Page 10 April 23, 1981 Quad-CIt v Herald Brewster grads attend UCA homecoming The 50th anniversary of their graduation from academy meant a special reunion time for two Brewster ladies who were among honored guests at the Upper Columbia Academy Homecoming last weekend. Dorothy Waliner Lamber- ton and Henrietta Lamber- ten Thomas were Joined by former local resident Ann Lamberton Dawes, Wenat- chee, for the event at the Spangle campus. The three were among 13 of the original class of 26 members who marched a long aisle in cap and gown to receive their high school diplomas in 1931. The school, located then in Granger, was called Yakima Valley Academy, but continued as the same entity with a different name when moved to the location sooth of Spokane in 1945. Mrs. Ray Lamberton finished nurse's training at Himdale Adventist Hospital in Illinois and currently works occasional shifts at the local hospital. Mrs. Bob Thomas, who received her three-year- normal certificate from Walls Wails College and baJer's degree from Eastern Washington College, retired once after many years of teaching, but went hack inte harness this year at the local Seventh-day Adventist School, chalking up her 26th year of teaching. Other alumni from Brewster for the many weekend activities were Maizle Waliner Williams, '29, Marion Hanson, '50, and John and Thelma Grove Lamberton who were faculty members of their alma mater. Also visiting were Bob which students Wendy Unger and Shelly Meyer were participants, were Kay and Arleen Unger, LOUle Salazar, Deeme and Krtssy Meyer. Student interests for the Brewsterites included Keith Hanson and Rhett Unger. LFAL A'rE OF WASHINGTON DEPAIgTMENT OF ECOLOGY YAKIMA, WASHINGTON NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF POINT OF DIVERSION OF SUR- FACE WATER GRANTED BY CERTIFICATE OF CHANGE NO. $28 TO LARRABEE IRRIGATION DISTRICT VESTED RIGHT TO A POINT OF WITH- DRAWAL OF GROUND WATER TAKE NOTICE: That John Neff Orchards of Pateros, Washington, has fried application to change the points of diversion of a portion of the surface waters granted by Certificate of Change No. 328 to Larrabee Irrigation District Vested Right. That Certificate of Change No. 328 authorized John Larrabee to change the point of diversion of 2.75 cubic feet per second from the Methow River, being a portion of the right owned by Larrabee Irrigation District, from a point located In Government Lot 6, Section 19, Township 30 N., Range 23 E.W.M. to points situated in Lots 3 and 8, Section 28, Township 30 N., Range 23 E.W.M., all within Okanogan County. That John Neff Orchards wishes to change the point of County 4-H presents Spring style show 4-H in Bloom is the theme of the 1981 Spring Style Review according to Sandy Garl, County Extension Agent. This is a County 4-H Activity that encourages the clothing members to show off their sewing skills. This event will be Saturday, May 2 at 10 a.m. at the Catholic Church on Elmway. Members participating _ model garments which will be juc/gi off: Meling, General Appearence, Workmanship on the gar- ment, and Knowledge of the subject matter. Judges will be Lynn Web- ster, Omak, Mac Duchow, Tonasket, and Lama Caudfll, Omak. The afternoon program will include 3 speakers. Beverly Harrison for Hair It Is. Okanogan will do a demonstration and discuss make-up basics. Bonnie Rawson and La Wanda Jones will talk about choosing accessories to comPlement garments. Vicki Ralston from Hair UnUmifed in Okanogan will show how to give a spring look to a hair style with the use of hairrnaments. Awards wUl be presented to top competitors. State 4-H Conferenceships will be sired by JC Pennys in Omak and Mid-Valley Bank in Omak. County Campships will be given by Seattle First National Banks in Okanogun and Omak, and Columbia Federal Savings and Loan in Omak. OBITUARIES Molly Wilson Laughlin Molly Wilson Laughlin (known as Peggy) of Wenatchee, died Easter Sunday after a very brief illness. She was the daughter of John and Mary Wilson, who were among Brewster's earliest pioneers in the 1800s. She was bern at the family homestead near "Harmony Heights," September 23, 1899. She trudged along steep and narrow trails, through snowdrifts and zero weather, to the Watson school. Due to family determination, she was one of the graduates of Brewster High School's 5th Senior class, going on to Normal School, then teaching on a special permit in a one-room school in the mountains near Molson. As was possible in those days, she furthered her education by attending summer schools, then teaching in Okanogan and Chelan Counties. Most recently she has done a great deal of tutering, as well as tending a beautiful yard. She is survived by two sons and seven grandchildren; five brothers, Ray and Wallace of Tonasket, George of Brewster, John of Spokane, and Bob of Orovllle; and four sisters, Ber- nice of Orovilie, Fern of Spokane, Ruth of Gold Hill, Ore., and June of Wenatchee. One sister, Edna, preceded her in death in 1973. Quad (:ify Area Business Directory Nevus Method Glass Repair Rock Damaged Windshields Repaired BWS Enterprises n'y Schopp Box 762 (509) 686-8754 Bridgeport, 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 689-28] ] Hrs. 9 to 6 Mon.-Sat. Your local authorized service dealer for Jacobsen lawn equipment Echo outdoor power equipment ditchwitch, rototiller, thatcher, lawn mowers weed trimmers, chain saws 3 miles north on old highway 97 toward Comsat George's Market Broasted Chicken & Tony's Hot Sandwiches TO 60 Open Dally 0:30 a.m, to O p.m. Frank's CB Repair .C. Licensed Frank Ames-Bridgeport Hours Vary-Call 686-5365 Tri River Rental Storage Hwy. 97 Brewster Across from Goehry's, Inc. Tel. 9-2532 or 6419-2430 Tdelm IM.TMI OINn Men. - Fri, Ito$ Open Thurs. Eras by appt. Appt, not always necessary Brldgelrt MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE Webster Furniture N. 10 Main Telephone 689-2131 Bridgeport v. Red Snapper v- Perch ,- Sole ,.- Halibut FRESH SEAFOOD Every Wed. ]l a.m. toG:00p.m. , Prawns April ] to Oct. 28 r Corky's Mobil , Lobster Fresh Fillets II I Excavation Terry Paslay Craig Carter 689-3575 689.2482 Sewer Systems Bulldozer Licensed & Bonded Backhoe Excavation  Dump Truck Irrigation Ditching Loader J 00LoWING WA SPRINKLER SYSTEMS INSTALLED l GaryResidentialand Commercial Free estimates Thornton Phone 686-6351 or 689-3319 Billingsley Furniture Savings, Quality, Style Pateros --- Telephone 923-2741 M iniSt0rage, o00Shorpening i .MIIO B d Iei. 686-5321o, 686_-5326 aSS ar F ee n.- F ". :30-5:00 Sat. 8:30. 12:00 n Roy. Sybol - Joe Dial Phone 686-2252 or 689-2075 Service Hand, Skill Meat Sow Blades Rotary Mower Blades Knives, Scissors Five-Day Service We guarantee our work Brewster Veterinary Clinic Verle D. Smith 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. - Monday thru Friday 9 to 12 Saturday's Telephone 689-2616 Thomas and Kay Hanson. diversion located in Govern- Memorial service8 will be announced. Those attending especially ment Lot 3 to a point of with- BridgeportBaf WESTERN AUTO for Saturday night's drawal from a well also Brewster Musicarama oroeram in Iocated in Government Lot 3, Marcellus A. Murphy Phone 686-4399 -----______-- [ t;aKes, I AYERS NORTHWEST "- Sectlon26, Townshlp30N.,MarcellusA.Murphy, 74, Chelan, diedsaturdayatCentral [Y -irl Ll__ i _.W]mp. = , ProfessloMlSurveyor = Family alnner Protests or objections to He was bern Sept. 18, 1906, in Bellingham, and moved to " I il.'.ei.e.._ .ne I JOHN and BRUCE lm..=,r.,mdv nt the home approval of this application Chelan in 1925. On Nov. 28, 1928, he married Blanche E. Wat- Twlsp (SOt) OtT-3S33 . ot ............... Anay ana Laman uv- mut include a detailed son. Following marriage they made their home in Chelan. f M aI)or ......... = statement ofthehaslsforob. Mr. Murphy owned and operated an orchard until his tlestaedt lncluueu . . JecUons" protests must be welcoming their daughters ._ ..... retirement in1979. Kath]e's Korner Salon ........... accompamennyatwoaouar He had been a member of Trout, lnc. [ T e / and tamllles, uouen ...... Hooaden Leavenworth and (z.w) recoroJng fee and Survivors include his wife, Blanche, at home; a daughter, I r Men, Women 8, Children's Hair Styling r,'1 ,,! J Miller'and flled with the Department of Mrs. Lewis Wlsdom, Bridgeport; a sister, Mrs. Butt Senior Citizen Discounts - Mon. thruWed. ----':" o--"-- .... s.-. Ecology, at 3801 West Prescott, Sunnyside;undthreegrandchlldren. '- Se ce' family Oz umaK. utuer ......... [ / [ KothiePomronkey, Owner , washington, YaKlma, rvl lff(.,, ster- 'l'ei. 689-282 l guests included Lllllan s .... Services were conducted Tuesday at 11 a.m. from the -=,. =, .... d T.Inva wasnmgton 98903, within slat ...... ten u, .... .,- thi --- "30" " - Precht-Rose Chapel. Mr. Clarence Nelson and Mr. Darryl Peterson and her mother, rty ( } aays from: May Doland officiated. Committal services and interment Mrs. Margaret Viebrock, 30,1981. followed at Fraternal cemetery. Services under the direction [t-, 738South Bridge St. | littleboys l'k THOMAS B E N N E R both of Watervflle. Pub. April 23, 30. of Precht Rose Chapel, Chelan. I Srewster ] V-neck :J I ATTORNEY AT LAW  Tel. 689-2411 sweaters .J 9S0 BRID@E ST [ TELEPHONE " " eO IIOXMS 6 mo. to 1 yr /-un SREWSTelI, WA.gUI= fi Xi jl. X: I ,,, co,or00 (: Jea n's Dry Goods .--,.n I Upho stery [ VerlaSs Yarn Shop k/,  ' Bridgeport - Tel. 4r4&$171 ] J THE SPOT J 2365Tacoma, Bridgeport j q.,Jl tofents, likl.nso. ,dultClemlg J I *" "" .,.c, ..., .... Curl Factory ,, l.ONo,o.-,ona.Olm-C,,m.,l.-Cre.S.,l,. J Open Man. thin Sat. FIFTY YF.ARa AGO Clara Pedersen and Helen has American citizenship JackGroeneveld teckJ. P. J 8rewster-Tel. 689-7814 J Tel. 689-3214 To.seth of Wenatchee spent and its implications meant Carter to Wenatchee Men- ] 2 Evenings aerswsterweek, Wed.- Thurs.  & 24 Hour Towing Service | Tickets for ..A.,e,nawy.t... ,,,,,, Easter holiday with home more than it does today. In day by way of Waterville to operetta "TUlip / be purchased at the folks, times like these, when our see the new Pine Canyon I  Auto Glass & Insurance Work J democracy stands out in road and Wenatchee bridge. Brewster Drug Co. News came over the radio strong contrast to govern- , J FreeEstlmates Work Guaranteed i The high winds of this tlds w.k that the Canadians ments that have subJugated The police department Rio Auto  PaterosWa.TeL23-2729 : J week have somewhat disrup will be permitted to travel in their people, it is important repo ,rts that the fire depart- ted long distance telephone the United States this sum- to observe and cam- ment s run to the Monroe Supply and electric transmission mer. memorate the privileges of barn Wednesday was caused ' p,, system in this part of the Good news from County American citizenship as by an 8 year old boy starting state. EL 0 BA L Assessor John F. Thorp for widely as possible, a fire. His punishment-his Tel. 689-2429 Last Saturday morning at Okanogan county orchar- seat was warmed as hot as Brewster TRAVE/. SER ViCE 11 o'clock, Queen Carol and dists is that taxes on apple Many a man would have the fire he started. royal party arrived from trees will be reduced con- kept out of hot water has he JS N othonie, M. Symonds . Wenatchee in a specially slderably next year. Thorp stuck closer to cold water. He:Would you marry a chartered motor coach, has been the leader in ' fool for his money? She:Are AUTO WHEEL TravelConsultant The first intimation people lowering apple tree and land ' you proposing? GLASS ALIGNMENT   Telephone 509/!62-7 l.l 5 IIP' here had of their arrival was taxes for years, on the TmRTY YEARS AGO TWENTY YEARS AGO Residence68 -3555 " the sound of the airplane grounds that sharply Tel. 689-2314 overhead, scattering hand- reduced income from apples North Central Washington A fire in the Earl Jones _ , , Morris Building 23 South Wenotchee Avenue, bills announcing the is a dear indication that the suffered one of the worst residence, currently urine- Wenotchee, Washington 98801 Queen's arrival in five minutes. By the time the motor- cycle escort and motor coach had arrived, a large crowd had gathered in Bruce Avenue in front of the Lin- coln, where the party step pod and the royal buffoons got in their work. A tum- bling act by Frank Church and a clog dance by Bob Lee were followed by Hawaiian music by the team of H. H. Hahn and W. K. Schmidt, Hawaiians, and a native dance by Mrs. Hahn. FORYEAUA The Touasket Times was named the official paper of Okanogan county, following the receipt of bids the first of the week. The Herald- Reporter is the official paper until July 1, when the new contract starts. trees or land have less value than during the timm when the apple industry was in better financial condition. The following Pateres high school students attained a position on the mid-somester honor roll: KatJeen Pryor, Rosalie Wheeler, Barbara Fish, Virginia Cooper and Evelyn Pryor. Scott Hull and Morrell and Howard Gamble spent Sun- day with Mrs. Myrtle Gam- ble at Soap Lake. They report that medical treat- meats are improving Mrs. Gamble's arm considerably. Advertisement for Studehakers, prices begin at t895, gas economy that will delight you. Probably never in the history of the United States dust storms in its history Wednesday. The storm could be seen in Brewster coming from the Northeast long before it swept down through the town. Power poles were blown down and telephone service was disrupted by the strong gales, and the dust in the air was almost suffocating, at times. Several power poles were blown down on Brewster Flats, and the Brewster Flats area and Monse were out of service from about 10:30 until 4 p.m. Telephone service was still out this morning for out-of- town calls. Two power poles near the Starr orchards below Pateros were also hanging on the wires. Pateros majorettes wlll participate in the Wenatchee Apple Blossom festival parade. cupied, resulted in damage of about 1200. Fire Chief Bill Word gave it as his opinion that the fire has been started by delayed reaction from the Sunday electrical storm, probably somewhere in the wiring of the building. Sherry Tupling was chosen by the American Legion Auxiliary as a delegate to Girls State this year, Carol Eldsoo is alternate. Ward Glesener and Jerry Gallaher were chosen as Boys State delegates by the American Legion Auxiliary also. When asked to explain why she did not halt when a policeman ordered her to do so, a woman told a Bristol, England Judge that she weighs 210 pounds "and I was afraid ff I stopped run- ning I'd fall over." The [ Quad-City I INSURANCE MARKET [ Auto - High Risk AutO FlrkFgrm Commercial S.owmobl fe-Motorcycle-Bnoh Hotary-Bonds.Mdlcal Life-Retirement Moeg.Umlwelfe Ate repmssnUng Federal Crop Insurance Corpor|iJon YOUNGBL00D INSURANCE TELEPHONE 689-2142 One fecation for convenience RUeI ...Get BLUE LUSTRE shampoo and rant a sham- pooer to scrub away ground-in dirt and grime. Leaves your carpets bright, clean and plushl Cleans--and deodorizes-- the way professionals do, at a traction ., of the cost Coast ro Coast Bridgepod.Tel.686.5321 r Cat, Backhoe, Dumptruck, Grader, 250 Air Compressor, Jackhammer & Drill Johnson's Backhoe Service Karl & Bob P.O Box 331 -Brewster, Washington 98812 Telephone 5091689-2826 689-2871 5091686-6447 Mumma Truncking, Inc. Brewster Cattle Trailer- Van & Lowboy 40 ft Flat Bed Semi Tel. 689-3422:- If No Answer Call 689-3539