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e~ N()W SHOWINC v RIO THEATRE 689-(}404 Homer and Billie Harris after which they retired and cruised the country in their motor home, visiting relatives and friends and seeing the sights of the country. The couple now resides near Tucson, Arizona. The open reception is being hosted by the couple's three children, Ivin (and. Dena) Harris of Kennewick, Washington; Sherri(andJohn) LoTurco of Tucson, Arizona; and Calvin (and Linda) Harris of Spokane, Washington. The couple has three grandchildren, two step-grandchildren, and one step- great-grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Harris were married on June 2, 1951 at the Methodist Rock Church in Okhnogan, Washington. The couple request no gifts, however pictures or mementos for a memory book for the couple will be enjoyed by all and by the couple for years to come. An open reception will be held for all family and friends of Homer and Billie Hanis, to honor their 5(P wedding auniv,on June 2, 2001 at the Okanogan County Fair Grounds in the Agri-plex Annex, from 1 to 5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Harris lived in the Bridgeport and Pateros area for many years, while Mr. Harris was employed as an ironworker on many of the dams on the Colombia River. Mrs. Harris was employed as a bus driver for Bridgeport School District for many years and also helped in the apple harvest. They also spent a few years in Venezuela prior to their retirement, 1951 Bob and Veda Vanzee of Cheney Tami Burnett of Pateros recently : spent the weekend with Bill and Sue picked up her nephews Levi, Dylan Wood of Brewster. They attended a and Taylor in Spokane for the week so dinneranddislrict meeting of the Masous herbt her Jeff and wife Michelle Frost atTwispandvisiteduntiltheearlyhotrs.: could 'attend the Nascar race :in 0f the morning, according to Wood. ! Y andPagiciaHufftfBridLgeport momdyenjoyedtakinglheirgranddau l r Garreth Barnett, Levi and Dylan Frost Ani sa to her first circus in Spokane. and Ted Chase. They had fun watching the bears doing their mrs, elephant tricks and high Danni Rue Carmack of Bridgeport wire acts. and daughter Deg e Stratton of Irrigon, Mikeand Joan Symonds of Brewster Oregon recently featured from a seven- were recently in Fresno, California dayvacationtoNewYork.Stayingwith for four days. Staying with daughter grandsonBeauxPontakwholivesacross Jennifer husband Paul Montgomery fa nCentralPark, New York the ladies andchildrenRachelandAndrew,they first adventtre was a walk in the celebrated Joan's birthday. Enjoying the beautiful flowers in bloom Activities included Paul, Mike and how well manicured the 900-acre and the two children taking a two- park was. While there they visited the hour train ride to Bakersfield and Jefferson, Washington and Lincoln back, and visiting Mike's cousin Memorials in Washington D.C. and all Mary Lavitt and husband Boyd in thefederalbuildingsincludingtheWhite Porterville. They especially enjoyed House. Other activities included a visit the fresh fruit that is in season like totheblem olitanMuseum,Rockefelkr oranges, lemons, limes, and Cenler and Ttmes Square. They rode lhe avocados, subway to upper and lower Manhattan, RockwellCenter, Empire StateBuilding, Burt and Lois Workman of Chlnatown and Wall Street. They took Bridgeport had company for the the boat ride to the Statue of Liberty, week. From Port Orchard daughter visited the famous Potomac River in Cheryl husband Larry Kelly and Maryland, ArlingtonNationalCemetery great grandson Jordan. Activities in Vitginia, and drove through several included yard work and tree other states, New Jersey, Connecticut pruning, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Jack Netunann of Bridgeport Bar, set upcampatLeaderLakelast Wednesday, playing host to several Brewster area families for their annual opening day fishing season campouL Son Jerry California. Saturday theywent to their NeurnannandwifeLisajoinedthegroup aunt Teri's home in Croak ahd-ai/dTgi andagff Q iinton's first Iry at celebra"t&l birthdays for Tami's son fishing. Gary and Dolores Jenkin of Brew ster and Warner and Nevada Whybark of Electric City recently spent a few days in Edmonton Alberta, Canada at the Edmonton Mall. Returning they picked up granddaughter Kyley of Spokane, going to Fish Lake for a day of fishing. Senior Comer Brewster Senior Menu April 19 thru April 23 Thursday, May 3 - Beefy macaroni, corn, green salad, rolls, cookies. Monday, May7-Bakedfish,mashed potatoes, peas, carrotraisin salad, bread, lemon bars. Tuesday, May 8-Chicken alaking, carrots, green salad, biscuits, cake. Thursday, May 10 - Sausage and lentil stew, cole slaw, cornbread, and fruit cup. Lunch is served in the Center on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and is open to anyone over age 60, member or not. Individuals under the age of 60 can also eat (would be helpful if they called in first) for the price of $5.50. Pinochle: Thirteen players turned out for the April 27 card party at the Center. High, Hank Eisner; low, Opal Clark; traveler, BarbElsner, door prize, Netlie Hannum and 1500 trump, BarbElsner and Dottie Finch. Senior Moments By Jeanne Y. Johnson Another May Day has arrived. The snow is offBillygoat now. Has everyone started their spring planting? We had a nice showing of Easter finery Thursday the 12 It is good to see people taking part in these special events at the Senior Center. The next event will be a celebration of Mothers, Thursday, May 10 Everyone bring pictures of your mother to share poems about mothers or anything else to commemorate your mother and/or motherhood in general. A highlight of April was the celebration of Claudia Hutchison's 90* birthday. I was not able to personally attend, but all who did said it was a wonderful celebration of Claudia's life - and a good time was had by all. Do you remember thinking your parents at 40 were "old"? And, grandparents at60were"aneient"? And now as we reach our 70's, 80's and 90's; we think how young they were! We have quite a few at the Center who are in their later 80's and early 90's. Wonderful! Brewster continues updating itself; now it is the sidewalk from Main Street to the high school on 7 Street. Will make walking in that area easier and safer for both the school children and we seniors. No longer will we have to walk in people's yards or the street. But, during construction, what a hassle trying to get from our apartments to the street. A case of"no pain, no gain"? Regular events for May are Wenatchee trips the 9 and 23'd. Next Omak trip will be June 6. Monthly potluck with bingo following will be May 16th; and the pancake feed will be the 25 We would like to see more of you joining us for the potluck and pancake feed. These events are not for just the seniors, but for the whole community. We have a lot of good food and fellowship. The more, the merrier! Thought for the day: A small town is where you dial a wrong number and talk twenty minutes with a neighbor Del and Dorothy Juhl of Pateros had help from their son Dr. Robert Juhl of Oak Harbor for eight days while his father was recovering from serious back surgery in Wenatchee. Robert's wife Jackie accompanied anyway. the family home toPateros on Saturday. They returned to their home in Oak New grandson Harbor on Sunday. Jeremy and Misty Huff of Virginia Marion and Kay Hanson of Brewster Beach, Virginia welcomed a baby boy recently spent four days in Walla on April 28. Blake Andrew weighted Walla staying with brother Harold in at five pounds and 15 ounces and and wife Bernice Lamberton. They was 18 l]2 inches long. The babyjoius attended the annual Walla Walla two-year-old brother Austin in the College Homecoming program, and family home. the banquet following. Grandparents are Pat and George Touring the art exhibits, Huff of Bridgeport and Doris Sudder administration building, and visiting of Mississippi, also a two-year-old with friends t'dled their days. cousin Aniess Baby shower honors Brandy Anson New Life Fellowship in Christ gave the following: Barbara Hallet, Robin a baby shower for Brandy Anson Brewer, Betty Hayes, Caroline and her baby to be Saturday evening Robinson and her two grandchildren, with 20 women meeting at the home Christina and James, Alice vanZwoll, of Eunice Glandon on Bridgeport JoyceWooten, SueVranjes,PatMilton, Bar. Patsy Whitley, Virginia Crowl, Lynda Thc evening included several games French and granddaughter, Heather, directed by Virginia Crowl and a GloriaThautanddaughterKatie, Annie reading by Goldie Fomey. Auson and daughters Rachel, Regina AfterBrandyopenedhermanygifts, and Whitney, Ida Avery, June (which included a double stroller for Armstrong, Goldie Forney, Eunice the baby to be and her big brother, Glandon and the honoree, Brandy and Hunter), refreshments were served to son Hunter. A boy, Eric Camacho, March 8, 2001 to Eric Camacho and Destinee Smith of Bridgepoa. Nurses honored at Adventist Church Shaleigh Rose Smith of Brewster. A girl, Kate Panlina Gonzalez, April 18, 2001 to Alfonso Gonzalez and Ana Cristina Gonzales of Brewster. A boy, Oscar Perez-Huerta, April 20, 2001 to Luis Perez and R ebeca Perez of Brewster. A boy, Eduardo Pahua-Rincon, April 21,2001 toMargaritoPahuaand Araceii Riucon of Brewster A girl, Emily Esquivel-Bello (twin) April 23, 2001 to Rogelio Esquivel and Maria Bello of Brewster. A girl, Ashley Esquivel-Bello (twin) April 23, 2001 to Rogelio Esquivel and Maria Beilo of Brewster. A girl, Porlmaun-Bown baby girl, April 25, 2001 to Eric Dale Portmann and IOten Lee Bown of Twisp. Loft to right: Enid Henderson, Frankie Love, Anice Venden, Lore Crowder, Bonnie Dodge, Emily Canwell, Vanezu Willey, Jeanne Ekvall LouVendenpaidtributeinarecent Church membership includes nearly program at the Brewster Seventh- 20RN's-registerednursesandseveral day Adventist Church, to a group LPN's-licensodpraeticalnurses, with of nurses as they walked in with an accumulation of many decades of lighted candles, service, some of that in missionary TheBrewsterSeventh-dayAdventist capacity. Choir to perform at Bridgeport church Teen Challenge Mens Choir. and AssemblyofGodChurchinBridgeport Drama Team will be at the Bethel May 6, 10:45 a.m. May 3. 2001 Paga ,3 S CHAPEL" 510 West Indian Brewster, WA 98812 May 3 Brewster -AA, Volunteer Firemen Pateros, Methow, - Volunteer Firemen Mansfield - (breakfast), Garden Club, EMTs Bridgeport, Lions Club May4 May5 MayS Pateros- Spanish AA May7 Brewster- ChessClub,AA Bridgeport Bar- Mansfield - Chamber of Commerce Fire Dist. #7Auxiliary May8 Brewster -Circle of Hope, Kiwanis Bridgeport - Quad City Eagles & Auxiliary, Bar Belles, Mansfield - CityCouncil Brewster - City Council, TOPS, Bridgeport - City Council Pateros - Spanish A Croak = Chief Joe Gem & Mineral Club FAMILY oWNED David Spade & OPERATED ~;~'~0~[~. l C~ oFulllineof mountain, 1~',/. lightweight & juvenile bikes .w Expert service & repair Parts, accessories, clothing & Rentals PG 13 509-422-0710 1-800-464-0710 FRIDAY & SATURDAY 137 S. 2nd Ave Okaaogan 9:00 p.m. SUNDAY: 6:30 p.m. LAST CHANCE MONDAY ALLSEATS $3, 6:30 p.m. ,ON~C.T!ON I ing,I I RIDAY SASHAY i I 7:00 p.m. SUNDAY Matinee / C mp re ss r Ren talAvailable I ALL SEATS $3, 4:00 p.m P,;~',~PY I I Bus. Lie. # DONCRC*~F~JE J WWW. oIJny$ lllxtrl, or. Oll'L Ovedookiag the b lutiful M thow River 20 mimurea north of C]aehm Saturday, May 5 4p.m. to 8p.m. BREWSTER HIGH GYM Advance Ticket Sale 5 $1.30' - 25 ea. at the your tickets at: Healthbeat - Bear Cove Video - FFA Members Sponsored by Bear Backers Headaches Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Back Pain Stiff Neck Leg Pain Stress Sciatica Come and find out what a Massage Therapist can do for your. Camilla A. Ground, LMP Massage Therapist Back to Health Chiropractic 689-2225 Brewster available Men Tue and Thur. Flowers help to show Mom how much you care. SEND THE FTD ESPECIALLY FOR YOU BOUQUET FOR MOTHER'S DAY, SUNDAY, MAY 13. Mothers are mighty special And Mother's Day comes but once a year - let her know how special she truly is. FTD can help with this exquisite arrangement of Purple Lisianthus, Purple Matsumoto Asters, Lavender Larkspur, White Carnations and Limonium in a handpainted terra cotta pot, Elliott's Floral Shop Main Ave Brewster (509) 689-2378 A Registered Trademark of Florists' Transwodd Delivery, Inc T~ A Trademark o' Florists' Transworld Delivew, Inc. @2001 Florists' Transworld Deliveq4 Inc.