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Quad City Herald MILY & FRIENDS Robert Sanford and Sara McGuire "a ]VlcGuire to wed Pat and Jane McGuire of Brewster have announced the forth coming marriage of their daughter Sara to Robert (Bob) Sanford of Spokane. Parents of the groom-to-be are Skip Sanford of Spokane and Leslie Sanford of Post Falls, Idaho. The couple, who became engaged Valentine's Day of last year, plan a May 9 wedding at Beacon Hill in Spokane. Sara, a 1994 Brewster High School graduate, received herAA from Spo- kane Falls in 1996. She will receive a degree in architectural technology from Spokane Community College June 1998. Bob graduated from East Valley High School in Spokane in 1994 and is attending Spokane Commu- nity College. Sara is currently employed by In- dependent Home Design and will continue her employment with the firm after graduation. Bob is em- .ployed part time at Silver Eagle Truck- mg Company. Bridal shower honors Sara McGuire Sara McOuire, former Brewster resident now of Spokane, was hon- ored at a bridal shower April 19 at the Spokane home of her cousin Johanna Welter. The affair was hosted by Jessica Kirk with help from sis- ters Jennifer Pierce and Johanna. The wedding colors of violet and pink werecarried out in decorations of balloons greeting the guest. Family and friends attending in- eluded, from the Brewster area, grand- mother Marie Kirk, great grandmother Elsie Kirk, mother Jane McGuire, and aunt Debbie Kirk. From Spo- kane Nicole Riggan, formerly of Brewster, and grandmother Kathy McGuire of Ephrata. Chauffeuring the out-of-town ladies were Joel Kirk, Jack Kirk and Phil McGuire. Un- able to attend but sending gifts were aunt Linda Kirk of Omak and aunt Judy Evans of Piano, Texas. One and a half year old Kara Welter entertained the guests while several games were played. Gifts were opened and a decorated cake in violet and pink was served with coffee and punch. u,3tgLt:aJ(;[ Agril 3 lgg8 Tex Jan Troutman to celebJ'a ze fiftieth anniversary March 6, 1948 Tax and Jan Troutman of Bridgeport will celebrate their 50th wed- ding anniversary at an open house reception from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 3, at their home in Bridgeport. Janis Marie Pryor became the bride ofTex L. Troutman on March 6, 1948, at the United Methodist Church in Pateros. They continue to operate the family farm on Pearl Hill raising cattle, wheat, and apples. Planning the special occasion are their children: Terry and Kurt Kinzel of Ephrata, Wade and Patti Troutman of Pateros, Tammy and Larry Mauk of Bridgeport, and their eight grandchildren. The family requests no gifts. Tax and Jan Troutman Mary Lou Taber honorecl at dinner gathering Family, friends, and co-workers gathered Saturday evening at the Steak House to honor Mary Lou Taber who is retiring from the Okanogan Douglas District Hospi- tal. Mary Lou has served the hospi- tal for 39 years, working in Central Supply and Surgery, and most re- cently serving as the hospital's Ma- terials Manager. Dr. Harold Lamberton returned to Brewster to serve as the Master of Ceremonies. Throughout the evening he related highlights of Mary Lou's career. Letters were shared from Dr. Stout, Phyllis Roach, and Dr. Rush, with whom she worked for many years. Dr. Jim Lamberton warmly conveyed his respect of Mary Lou's dedication, loyalty, and positive at- titude that she brought to work each day. Lonnie Fenton honored her with a song. Marlene Hicks read a special poem that she'd written regarding the working relationship between Mary Lou and herself. Co-workers Write us a letter telling why your mother should be "Mother of the Year" and she could win prizes from all of these businesses. Don't wait! Pick up those pens and start writing. All letters must be received by Friday, May 1, 1998, 5:00 p.m. Judging will be Monday, May 4. The winner will be announced in the Thursday, May 7 issue of the Quad City Herald. Send letters to Quad City Herald, Attn: Mother of the Year, P.O. Box 37, Brewster, WA. 98812 or drop off at 525 Main, Brewster, or Fax (509) 689-2508. Quad City Herald Brewster Drug & True Value Hardware Boesel Motors Razor's Edge Design Team La Milpa Pateros Ace Hardware & Paint q3rover's Building Supply Country Clipper Webster Furniture Brewster IGA Plus Lindsey's Drive In Wilson Gardens Sq ,mething Special Gift Shop pple Avenue Auto Parts Ag Supply Co. Alpine Ice Cream & Espresso The Pharmacy Elliott's Flower Shop 7th Street Market Steak House Restaurant Quik-E-Mart Mi Casita Restaurant In Focus Photograp av Now Forming In Pateros Women's Psychotherapy Group SUSAN EVANS M.S.W. Paga 3 (with Donna Stain's help) entertained with a skit. To end the evening, presentations were made by Dr. Luis on behalf of the Medical Staff and by Howard Gamble on behalf of the hospital. | , ! April 23 Brewster: Volunteer Firemen, Grange, Alcoholics Anonymous Pateros: Volunteer Firemen Bridgeport: Volunteer Firemen, Fire District #7 Methow: Volunteer Firemen Mansfield: Volunteer Firemen April 25 Pateroa: Alcoholics Anonymous April 26 Brewater: Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous April 27 Brewster: Al-Anon, Chess Club, Alcoholics Anonymous, School Board Bridgeport: Poetry Club, Alcoholics Anonymous April 28 Brewster: Narcotics Anonymous, Kiwanis Bridgeport: Auxlllary of Quad City Eagles Mansfield: School Board April 29 Brewater: Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous, Take Off Pounds Sensibly If you know of a club that would like to be listed in the Community Calendar please call 689-2507 and let us know. Thank you! i i i iiii 12 q"touv Creative femovies qn,entov qduction afe( Sat., April 25th - Doors open at 10 a.m. at the Children's House Day Care Center. 715 S. Bridge St., Brewster Along with celebrating 12months in the business of creating memories, Chrissy Goble will have loads of products for sale. There will he 2- 6 hour workshop sessions. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.or4 p.m. to 10 p.m.Cost is $6 which includes use of tools,supplies. Refreshments served. Presentation classes forbeginners will also cost $6; this includes 2 hours of instruction and hands on croping,journaling and creat- ing an album page with stickers and paper provided. Those participating will need to bring 8 - 10 pictures relating to one event. Classes are: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. or 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. There will be drawings hourlyt Free gift to the first 12 customers. Please call 689-3314 for reservations for workshops and beginning classes. i Group therapy is an effective & economical way to bring about personal growth & change. In a supportive group it is possible to heal from the past, learn new behaviors and improve mood. There is a lot of comfort in knowing you're not alone. Psychotherapist State certified clinical social, worker. 20+ years of training and experience as a therapist. For more information call (509) 662-7632 i'