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Pastor Stan Beerman with Dan and Melissa Tindall, Wyatt and Josle Merri. Baby dedicated at Adventist Church Josie Merri Tindall, born March 25, was dedicated to God Saturday, April 11,at the Seventh-dayAdventist Church. Parents Dan and Melissa Tindall, Winthrop, presented their baby girl as Pastor Start Beerman thanked God for Josie and prayed for His blessing and guidance. With them for the special service were son Wyatt, grandparents Monte and Karole Stevens and Josie's spiri- tual guardians, Joel and Debbie Kirk. Returns from Arizona visit Ruth St. Clair of Brewster re- turned home recently from a trip to Arizona, where she visited family in Apache Junction. Ruth stayed at the home of her son and daughter- in-law Larry and Joyce. Larry was recuperating from triple bypass heart surgery. Joining the group in early April for a two week visit and to drive Ruth home was her daughterAbbie and Doug Bradley of Brewster. Heading toward home, the trav- elers stopped in Kingman,Arizona, for a visit with Ruth's sister Blanche (Hopp) Mahaney. Blanche recently returned from Washington D.C. where she and others had been honored during National Employ the Older Worker Week, March 8-14. Blanche, 86, was picked as the oldest em- ployee of the Senior Community Service Employment Program in Arizona. One employee from each state was chosen to receive an award. Blanche is a former Quad City area resident and Bridgeport High School graduate. First grade get acquainted day Prospective first graders and par- ents are invited by teacher Gloria Beerman to a special get-acquainted afternoon, Thursday, May 7 from one until three at the Brewster Seventh- day Adventist School on Valley Road. It will be a fun time of hands-on learning activities for pre-first grade skills. Mrs. Beerman's room is packed with discoveries as illustrated in the picture above. The science experi- ment demonstrated the effect of a decomposer such as yeast on food. Pairs of students added yeast to fresh fruit or muffins and sealed plastic gags to compare activity to those foods with no yeast added. They discussed and predicted effects. Mrs. Beerman believes it is impor- tant for children in the lower grades to not only be well established in reading and math, but to be advanced in those areas so they will he well equipped for success in the upper grades. Visitors are encouraged to attend FirstGrade Day at the Christian school, and may call the school with questions. Daughter here Ellen and Steve Adamson of Fed- eral Way visited in Brewster for the weekend with her parents Rod and Jane Webster. Celebrating Jane's birthday on Saturday, fishing at Alta Lake, and hunting for mushrooms made for a very busy weekend. Scientific lectures at SDA Church A series of three scientific lec- tures will be presented by Dr. Harold Coffin, research scientist and au- thor, this weekend at the Seventh- day Adventist Church. A narrated slide presentation, Cre- ation, Evidence From Science, is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday, May 1, The Promise of the Rainbow, 11:00 a.m. Saturday and Evidences of a Worldwide Flood, Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Dr. Coffin, professor of paleon- tology, Geoscience Research Insti- tute, Andrews University, Michigan, has his Ph.D. in zoology from the University of Southern California. He has authored many books, and has researched and lectured in many countries of the world. The public is invited. DON CROCKER C,IIBCTION Exi..," ii:::"yal Ucensed for Septic Systeis for Chelan, Douglas & Okanogan Counties. Pater0s First United Methodist Church Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m. Children's Sermons Children's Bible Study Fellowship Time 12:00 p.ml 124 N. Dawson, Pateros Grange pesents gift to secretary Brewster Grange #1018 met ,pril 23 in the hall. The evening started with a potluck. Chaplain Mabel Morgan presented a gift to secretary Merge Hagy onhehalfofthe Grange. Morrell Hull, assisted by Del McClure, gave a presentation on container plantings. Brewster Grange hosted Degree Work for the North Central Region onApri125 with 1 st Degree by Chelan County Pomona, 2nd Degree by Okanogan County Pomona, 3rd De- gree by Douglas County, 4th Degree by Grant County. A Memorial Program will be given by the Chaplain Mabel Morgan at the May 14 meeting of the Brewster Grange. Ekvall to graduate Vanessa Ekvall, Brewster, is a candidate to receive the Associ- ate Arts diploma from Southern Adventist University School of Nursing at commencement exer- cises Sunday, May 3, at Collegedale, Tennessee. The Senior Nurses Dedication Service is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., May 2. Vanessa, daughter of Drs. Merlin and Jeanne Ekvall, plans to con- tinue her nursing education toward a bachelor of science degree. Mansfield Kritters and Kids 4-H news by Debbi Crossland The Mansfield Kritters and Kids had our monthly meeting at 7:00 p.m. on April 1, 1998. Zack Steel led the Flag Salute and Dione Crossland lead the 4-H Pledge. At our meeting we discussed on having our garbage picked up for our town. On the 18th of April at 9:00 a.m., and we are meeting at the Town Recycle Center in Mansfield. Afterwards we will have pizza and pop at the restau- rant. There will be prizes for the most garbage picked up. At our meeting we also had dem- onstrations done by the remain- ing Club members they were Debbie Crossland "How To Wash Your Steer" in the market steer divi- sion. Mark Jenson "What To Bring To The Fair" in the market lamb division. Kimber Peters "Differ- ent Goats For Different Folks" and Courtney Peters "Good Goat Bad Goat" in the goat division. Colby Tanneberg "Pig Pen To S how Rinlz", Dusty Wittig "Selecting The Housing System", Zach Steel"Breeds Of Hogs", and Cody Wall "How To Give Medicine" in the market swine division. Karl Simmons "Dog Test Commands" in the dog divi- sion. And last but not least the hilarious Jamey Steel with "Do Ducks Like Water". We will have no May meeting. The next meeting will be in June at the water slides! We will get more information on the date later. Trailriders visit Christian Academ,! Horseback riders from Torch Run '98 cam e by the New Testament Chris- tian Academy in Brewster April 16 visiting with staff and students and encouraging them to observe Na- tional Day of Prayer May 7. The two riders, part of four teams of runners and riders carrying torches and banners in a prayer run across the state of Washington, had begun their ride at the Canadian border and were headed for Wenatchee. The teams left the borders of the state on April 11 and converged in Wenatchee days later for a rally at Centennial Park. The purpose of the Run is to call the nation to prayer. Gov. Locke has proclaimed that National Day of Prayer be observed in this state. coon, Another year since you were with us. You are vivid and close in our everyday lives, a compliment to your loving and thoughtful contribution to our family progress. You can be pleased and we are grateful. qmiss you P.O. Box 254, Bridgeport (509) 923-2591 B.,o.,oo, o,o., Calvary Baptist Church Comer of6th & Jay St., Bmwster 00Vtienyouneed 5?4otber-c'D,00ugbier ' ll,:lp.with home 97p#e C00/ossom Cl'ea  MAY 9 2 - 4 P.M. Featuring In,s, pirational Speaker ...check the classifieds!  "  "Minnie Pearl' Music & Style Show F-: Q ; P"H  Reservations by noon,/Vlay 8 lBPkY a Vicky Reynolds - 689-2076 or Jeanne Smith - 686-0115 MERLIN'S MAGICAL MAY - FEST Pateros School Carnival Sat., May 9 - Noon to 4 p.m. Bingo Raffle Cake Walk Jousting Holy Grail Hunt Barter Fair Kiddie Area Cork Gun Country Store Hoop Shoot & Lots More Come Join The Fun! Sponsored by Pateros PTO, a nonprofit organizaation. Proceeds for ski & swim programs, teacher stipends, etc. Okanogan Valley Orchestra & Chorus presents " H*M*S PINAP0Rg or the lass that loved a sailor May 8, 9, 10 & May 15, 16, 17 Friday & Saturday Evenings - 8 pm Sunday Matinees - 3 pm Performing Arts Center - Omak Book by W. S. Gilbert Music by Arthur Sullivan Tickets: Adults $10, Seniors $8, Students $7 Available at: Rawson's and J & S Drug, Okanogan; Donaldson's Antiques & Trophies, Omak; Lee Franks and Roy's Pharmacy, Tonasket; The Clothes Tree, Oroville; Riverbend Travel, Brewster; Trail's End Bookstore, Winthrop; from cast members and at the door. Ouad City. Herald April 30:1998 Pae 3 Dr. Harold and Bornlece Stout. Surprised with thank you gifts Dr. Harold and Berniece Stout were surprised when presented a "melo- diously timely" bird song clock, flow- ers and rosebush gift certificate by Lou Venden at the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The thank you, on behalf of the congregation, was an appre- ciative note for the gifts of mu- sic which the Stout's have shared annually, presenting tapes of special musical selections--particularly including vocal and instrumen- tal by family members of the recipients as given for church programs. SENIOR NEWS-- HMS Pinafore Menu - April 30 thru May 7 Members and friends if your birthday is on or near the day of serving (lunch) you get to be first in line. Thursday, Apr. 30 - Lima Beans and ham, carrots, green salad, cornbread, peaches. Monday, May 4 - Tamale pie, green beans, apple raisin salad, bread, gingerbread with topping. Tuesday, May 5 - Barbecue chicken, macaroni salad, fruit, corn, rolls, cake. Thursday, May 7 - Ham, red pota- toes, cabbage, bread, cherry bars. Pinochle April 24 - Eighteen players: Lee Nickell, high and traveler; Opal Zwicker, low; Gary Ikerd, door prize; Fred Ellis and John Saint, round robin. April 17 - Fifteen players: John Saint, high; Fred Ellis, low; Karen Annis, traveler; Lee Nickell, door prize; Elaine Nickell, round robin. Pancake Feed The Center sponsors a 'once a month' pancake feed which is open to the public. The feed is the last Friday'of the month and the proceeds go toward main- taining the Center. Sometimes due to holidays the monthly pancake feed is not held. spring musical presentation Okanogan Valley Orchestra & Chorus will present HMS Pinafore for this spring's musical slated for a 6-run performance May 8, 9, 10 and 15, 16, 17 at the Perform- ing Arts Center in Omak. Loft Beetchenow, Omak, is handling tickets. They are available from cast members and the following outlets: Donaldson's Antiques & Trophies, Croak; Rawson's and J & S Drug, Okanogan; Lee Frank's and Roy's Pharmacy, Tonasket; The Clothes Tree, Oroville; Riverbed Travel Service, Brewster and Trail's End Bookstore, Winthrop. Adults are $10, seniors, $8 and students $7. The Friday and Saturday evening performances are at 8 p.m., the Sunday matinees are at 3 p.m. Sponsors for the musical per- formances are G.A. "AI" Ridpath, Okanogan; Personal Computer Ser- vices, Ray and Wilda Little, Omak, Battle Mountain Gold, Oroville, Wenatchee Valley Clinic, Omak, BrewsterCommunity Medical Center and Okanogan County Bar Asso- ciation. It , ! April 30 Brewster: Volunteer Firemen,AlcoholicsAnonymous Pateroa: Volunteer Firemen Bridgeport: Volunteer Firemen Methow: Volunteer Firemen Insfleld: Volunteer Firemen May 2 Pateroa: Alcoholics Anonymous May 3 Brewstnr: Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous May4 Brewoter: Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon, Chess Club, Quad City Spin Star, Planning Commission Bridgeport: Fire District #7 Auxiliary, Home & School May S Brewster: Narcotics Anonymous, Kiwanis, Bridle Club, Okanogan County Fire District #5 Ambulance, Chamber of Commeme Mansfield: Rebekahs May6 Brewater: Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous, Take Off Pounds Sensibly, Columbia Democratic Women, American Legion Post 97, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 97 Bridgeport: United Methodist Women, Planning Commission Mansfield: 4-H Club If you know of a club that wouM like to be listed in the Community Calendar please call 689.2507 and let us know. Thank you! All beverages half off on 5th. .. you Venga a celebrar 00Cinco de Mayo Todas las bebidas a mitad de precio. 702 W. Jay, Brewster 689-2071 / /