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i # Julie Young and Byron Webster exchange vows in Log Church ceremony Amidst shades of blue and lavender, a western theme was carried out in the wed- ding of Julie Young and Byron Webster April 17 at an evening candlelight ceremony at the Community Log Church in Brewster. Pastor Roger Hornbeck of- ficiated. Julie is the daughter of Betty Young of Spokane and Frederick D. Young of Seat- tle. Byron's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Norman Webster of Brewster. The bride chose a floor length white gown with lace bodice and three-quarter length lice sleeves. She wore a scalloped picture hat with poufs of veil. She also wore a cameo which had belonged to the groom's great-great grand- mother at the neckline of her gown. Her bouquet was of burgundy and white silk roses. Bouquets of white gladiola and mums, blue carnations and lavender spider mums decorated the church for the nuptial ceremony. Miss Laurisse Hull was maid of honor, and Susan Shaw was bridesmaid. Brandi Gutierrez, the bride's niece, was flower girl. They wore old-fashioned white blouses with western style skirts of blue and lavender, and carried baskets of daisies and carnations of silk. / Sam Shaw was ,best man, and ushers included Danny Smith and Mark Webster, the groom's brother. Jessie Smith was ringbearer. The groomsmen wore blue western cut pants and western shirts matching the fabric of the bridesmaids' skirts. Kristy and Shawn Wood- bury sang "Sunrise, Sunset" and "Annie's Song", accom- panied by Tom Reichert. A reception followed the ceremony at the American Legion Hall, where guests were served pieces of the three-tiered wedding cake Mr. and Mrs. Byron Webster decorated in lavender and white with baby blue and lavender flowers, and topped with crystal heart and bells. Serving were Jan Webster, Debbie Chapman, Sally Van Laningham and Ruth Mat- son, the bride's aunts, and her grandmother, Mrs. Clarence Burton. The guests danced to the music of "Whiskey River." The bride is a 1970 graduate of Auburn Academy, attended WaUa Walli Community College, and is employed by Brewster Heights Packing. The groom is a 1977 graduate of Brewster High School, served four years in the U.S. Navy, and is also employed at Brewster Heights Packing. The couple are making their home in Brewster following a brief honeymoon. Out of town guests in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gutierrez, Hudson, Colorado; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burton, Sequim; Sally Van Laningham, Astoria, Oregon; Ruth Mat- son, Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stotts, Tonasket; and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Huson, Lynnwood. Retiring Pearl Lilly plans to retire after six and a half years of employment at Rawsons in Brewster. Pearl plans some painting and fix-up work at home for a start, and lots of camping during the sum- mer. Buys tavern Wick Renner has pur- chased the Bohemian Tavern in Brewster from Wayne and Janice Harrington and took over the management of the operation Monday, April 19. Wick is the son of Ralph and Ila Renner and grew up in Brewster. New manager Mrs. Jeanine Rana took over the management of the Community Medical Center on Wednesday, April 21. She was previously in charge of patient accounts at the clinic, and had been em- ployed as a legal secretary before coming to Brewster. Mrs. Rana took the clinic reins from Dale Woods, who plans to remain in Brewster and will be self-employed in the cabinet making and woodworking trade. Sells property Ralph Renner recently sold his orchards near Brewster to the Moore- Nickel corporation of Pateros. Ralph and lla Ren- ner retained a lifetime tenacy to their home on the orchard property. Brewster students compete in contest Twelve seventh and eighth grade students represented Brewster Grade School in a recent county wide math- ematics, speech and spelling contest held at Okanogan Junlor/Senior High Thurs- day afternoon, April 22. The Brewster participants were: Tommy Dundas and Ronnie Oakee, 7th grade spelling; Andy Gelstin and the speech contest the following 7th grade students participated: Sandra Drake -impromptu, Wendy Morris, persuasive, and Rick Duck - humorous. Randy Rickham represented Brewster in the 0th grade impromptu speech contest. Volunteer judges from Brewster were Helen Oswald and Tom Benner. coached seventh grade speech and spelling stu- dents. Fred Frost coached seventh and eighth grade math students. Kathy DeFazio and Dean Morehead coached 0th grade spelling and speech. Brewster winners were: Sandra Drake - 7th grade impromptu speech - 3rd Specialist joins hospital staff Okanogan-Douglas County and University of Hospital in Brewster now Washington Husky athletes. has the services of Dr. Alan Woodle was raised in the Woodle from Seattle. Ephrata area and is building Dr. Woodle, a podiatrist, deals in the care of foot and ankle problems. Woodle practices out of North Seattle, and comes to Brewster every other week and sees patients at the hospital on an out-patient:: Cody Swearingen, 0th grade spelling; Wndam Harrmon and Roger Munk, 7th grade math; Eric Jenkin and Beth Oswald,  grade math. In Parents MaxineDrake and Cal Si#earlngen accom- panied the students along with grade school principal, Don Fekete. Edith Sattler Bridgeport lists honor roll Bridgeport High School Mid-Term Honor Roll for 1902 as follows: Honor Roll- 12th grade, Beth Ohlhauser; 11th grade, Susan Brincken, Raelynn Buck, Janice Cavadini, Jacque Mongeon, Debbie Styers, Rick Wesselman, Hank Wybor- ney, Rene Wells, Joe Chub- buck; 10th grade, Valerie Means; 9th grade, Julie Cavadini, Wade Taylor, Chris Snell. Jth grade, Lisa Cowell, Bryan Thoren, Darla Hussey, Karrie Conklin, Wendy Watson, Denise Rockwell. Honorable Mention.12th grade, Jon Perkins, Wes Turner, Shannon Gere, Tammy Williams, Dan Wisdom; 11th grade, Keith Zweigle, Jerry Day, Kris Conklin, Micki Denk, Chrissy Morrison, Travis Pipkin; 10th grade, Lucienne Cox, Sheree Scott, David Or- Twins born Identical twin boys were bern Monday, April 26, to Steve and Mindy OHver in Las Vegas, Nevada. The lit- tle boys were named Lance and Gregory, one weighing 4 pounds 10 ounces, the other 4 pounds 1 ounce. Mindy and Steve both attended Brewster schools. Grandparents include Mr. and Mrs. Bob Oliver, Brewster, Anita Sowards, Les Vegas, and Elclm Chin-ch, Vancouver, Wa. Great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pomraukey of Brewster. Cabin burns Fire destroyed a storage building on the Dale Zahn orchard Sunday. Abel visitor Darthel Cantrell of Eagle River, Alaska visitedThurs- day with Alzora and Darrell Abel. so, Jeff Butlsbauch, Henry Austin, Charlene Bebee, Geniene Chubbuck; 9th grade, Patty Marshall, Chuck Whyborney, Jeff Collamore, Kevin Benson, Miguel Garza, Juan Mar- tinez, Dennis Ohlhauser, pace; ,,.0, - :basis :Thursday, Friday:: and 7th 'grade ia; ' Saturday. Eric Jenkin- 8th grade math A graduate of the Univer- - 3rd place ; and Beth Oswald sity of Washington and - 0th grade math- 1st place. University of San Franslsco, Woodle specializes in foot and ankle problems and joint implant surgery. Woodle April Turner; 6th grade, Michelle Davis, Trudy Dod- son, Randy Searcy, David Cartwright, Randy Pettit; 7th grade, Laura Hill, David Gross, Lori Benson, Renee Cox, Nichole Taylor, Brian Lupkes. Ron Anderson presents John Cogar of Brewster with a new fishing pole and reel. Cogar's name was drawn in the annual Brewster Drug opening day fishing specbd. 00AII Bedding Plants00 , "Home Grown" g 6 for 80 .  Garden Boy  Lawn and Garden Fertilizers lii  Seed PotatOes  " . * OnionSets , Seeds OPEN7 Days a Week - 8 to 8 , Green Thumb Gardens " Hwy. 1 3.8 idgeportBar " "*"  . also has a large interest in sports medicine, working with athletes and runner. Dr. Woodle'helped design the first total toe joint im- plant. He has also worked on members of the Seattle Seahawks, Sonics, Sounders Dr. Alan Woodle a cabin up the Methow. He foresees a possible move to this area in the future. C;ene Society to meet The May 6 meeting of the Okanogan County Gene- alogical Society will be held in the Pioneer Room at the Omak Public Library at7:30p.m. Lavon Mundinger will present a program based on her notes taken at a workshop conducted by Ar- thur Fiske, Seattle, on research in Pennsylvania. | Telephone 689-2507 ! Rio Theatre "" ""-,i,, ,;,,,,,,., ,,. ,,, ',, t., erthuP00 A Rollins. Joffe. Morra. Brezner Production u=a John Fri., Sat,, Sun.-Apri130, May 1, 2 $1.50children, $2.50 adult, $3.00 loges Friday & Saturday 7 & 9- Sunday 7 p.m. Ou ............. ._April 29. 1982 Page 5 Dave Minteer to wed Karen Murray Karen Murray of East Wenatchee and Dave Min- teer of Pateros have an- nounced their plans for an August 21 wedding. Miss Murray is the daughter of Robert and Sharon Murray of East Wenatchee. Parents of the prospective groom are Floyd and Sharon Jackson of Pateros. The bride-elect, a 1979 Eastmont High School graduate, is enrolled in the nursing program at Wenat- chee Valley College. She will graduate in June and work in a Seattle hospital in the fall. Minteer graduated from Pateros High School in 1979 and earned an associate degree from WVC in 1981. He is now a mechanical engineering student at the University of Washington and will graduate in the Dave Minteer and Karen Murray summer of 1903. The ceremony will be at Calvary Bible Church, 605 First Street, Wenatchee. Methodist Women Members of the United Methodist Women of Pateros met Monday afternoon, April 26, at the home of Lillian Maitland. "The Status and Role of Women in Society Today" was the topic of discussion by speaker Dayton Edmonds of Omak, who represents the Greater Okanogan Group Ministry. Baptized The Wayne, Mike and Barry Maitland families went to Wenatchee on Sun- day to attend the baptism of Karl Roland, son of Carol and Brian Roland, at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Wenatchee. Coming home Harry Dal Maso was ex- pected home Tuesday, April 27. Harry has been un- dergoing rehabilitation at the Cascade Hospital in Leavenworth. He will be having some therapy at home now, said his wife, Virginia. Appointed :. Ann Hubllt- hasbeen ap pointed by Linda Zweigle, Worthy Matron of Puritan Chapter, OES, to be in charge of collecting can- celled stamps for the Cancer Fund. Anyone wishing to save cancelled stamps for this purpose may leave them at Gross Drug in Bridgeport, Brewster Senior Center or Elliott's Flower Shop in Brewster and either at Ann's home in Pateros or call Mrs. Roy Hublitz, Pateros to pick them up. mE CLmtm] Attend Springtime Flea Market Brewster Grange Hall Verla's will be there with Plants, Pattern Books, Mother's Day Gifts, Etc., Etc., Etc. verla's Yarn Shop Groeneveld Greenhouse AUGUST 1982 S M T W T F S I 234 56 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 PATEROS AREA RESIDENTS GetA Community Birthday Calendar Sponsored by Alta Rebekah Lodge 265 Contact Roberta MacLean 923-2530 Apple Country Nursery 1 mile south of Brewster Everything is Here: Seed * Bulbs * Seed Potatoes * Onion Sets Hardy Bedding Plants * Roses * Shrubs Honey, Dried Fruit & Raisins Strawberdes and Berry Bushes  Fruit Trees and Asparagus Roots Talk with Barbara or John at 689-2985 Open 7 Days a Week, 7:30 - 5:30 ,, Nibod00,'s perfect but we're wilhng to in/.... 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