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rewster FHA memlrs attend state meeting Lisa Brownlee is engaged Mr. and Mrs. Gordon M. Brownlee of Methow have announced the engagement of their daughter, Lisa Gail, to Humberto Vn,,,:. n of Salvador Venegas and Candida Guzman of Los Angelus, California. A May 20 wedding is being planned. Sheriff is Kiwanis guest speaker Sheriff Jerry Beck of Okanogan County was guest and speaker at the Brewster Kiwanis Thursday morning, May 4. Beck noted that Okanogan County has the highest per capita crime rate of any county in the state. He also discussed the budget and statistics, and noted that they needed another radio relay for the Methow Valley area. Quad-City Herald M 11, 1978 Page 3 Mansfield Church to hold retreat The United Protestant Church in Mansfield will hold their retreat at Sun Lakes State Park June 9, 10, and 11. Because of Playday falling on the 10th, House Overflowing? Clean Up With Want-Ads arrangements have been made to have major events on friday and Saturday evenings so people may at- tend both. May 11 - Brewster: Civic League, Grange, Kiwanis May 12 - Brewster: Garden Club, 9:30 a.m. May 14- 6 p.m. SDA Spring Banquet, Log Church Annex May 15 - Pateros: Garden Club May 16 - Brewster: School Board Valerie Myers, Debby Allen, Kelley Mason standing. Front are Terri Howell and Mikki Owhi. Fifty-eight boys and girls Five members of the attending meetings and partieipatedintheBrewster Brewster FHA chapter at- workshops, the girls toured Cub Scouts Bike Rodeo, tended the State Leadership the Capitol building, the Monday, May 8, at the grade Meeting of the Washington Governor's mansion and the school. Association of FHA in Olympia Brewery. Trooper Forrest White- Olympia recently. Atten- Friday evening, Terri hall of the Washington State ding the meeting were Howell received the State Patrol presented the Valerie Myers, Kelley Homemaker degree at the program. Mson, Terri Howell, Mikki banquet session. This is the Following a Bicycle Owhi-Debby Allen and ad- highest degree in FHA and Safety film, the participants visor Beryl Shenyer. is awarded on the state level of the rodeo actively The girls learned many to those who have planned negotiated the curves of the things about leadership and carried out detailed obstacle course. Several skills and became involved plans to grow in many dif- parents and adult friends Brewster Bike Rodeo is popular event in activities to further their ferent areas. Terri worked found themselves judges personal growth. When not for a year on it. and helpers during the rodeo. First, second and third place ribbons were presen- ted to the winners of each Flea market to grade. There were ties in scores explaining the open at Stage Stop multiple ribbons being given for a particular grade, and Stage Stop Country Flea Conconully, was torn down two participants of the 58 in 1976. Sale items of special interest are picture frames and shingle pictures ma(le from the old barn. The flea market is held on the third Saturday of each month from May through September. Items available for sale each month are dependent upon what booths come. Anyone with items to sell, trade or give away is welcome to bring a booth. had perfect scores. They were Cory Riggan in the third grade and Gene Moran in the eighth grade. The winners of each grade were as follows: Kindergarten Marie Bickham, first; Lee Wel> ster, second; Kris Swezey, third. First grade - Stanley Lehr- man, first; Scott Drake, first; Kyle Pomrankey, second; Johanna Kirk, second; Market will open for its fourth season on May 20, announces Alice Phillips, Malott. She and her husband Charles, opened the infor- mal flea market in 1975. The outdoor market is held twelve miles north of Brewster in an open field just below the old George A. Davis stage barn which was completed in 1896. The barn, used as a stopover for the early stage line to Ruby and GROCERY VALUES Let's hear it for the hospitals Second grade Bobby Cont. From Page 2 of inflation and arbitrary hiring quotas and man- datory government safety modification. To comply with just one bureaucratic edict last year cost Florida hospitals Fifty Million Dollars. And the malpractice in- surance menace has multi- plied that cost some places one-thousand percent in one year. And while you and I are staggered by the increased per-day cost of hospitalization- balance that against this: Our hospitals, whether six beds or more than three thousand, general or specialized, are now able so to expedite treatment and/or therapy that the average patient is out of the GROCERY VALUES hospital in fewer :.. , days, ,;That "Y-- --  .... C LISTINGS We have qualified buyers waiting! Okanogan County Specialists amounts to a saving for the patient. An appendectomy used to keep you hospitalized for 14 days - now 5 days. The hernia repair which used to require two weeks of in-patient care now is resolved in 24 hours - with the patient back at work in one-fifth the timei American hospitals, at whatever cost, by all measures the world's finest - have given us back work days we would have lost - and have credited our per- sonal account with ad- ditional pain-free years of life itself. if only for this seven days in May, let's hear it for the Hospital! (Paul Harvey News, ABC Radio Network, May 9, 1977) *Ranches " *Commercial *Orchards *Residential *Investments *Recreational State WideService 3 Major Offices Spokane- Pateros - Tacoma -- FREE NOTARY SERVICE- : .. PATEROS MARV KERN BROKER Kruzich, first; Pat Anson, second; Angle Hogan, second; Kristy Bickham, second; Linda Hernandez, third. Third grade -Cory Riggan, first; Roger Munk, second; Ricky Duck, third. Fourth grade - Lesia Mabry, first; Mark Webster, first; Trisha Davis, second; Kelly Newby, second; Trudy Dod- son, second; Mike Swezey, second; Eric Dawson, second; Randy Bickham, third. Fifth grade- Trever Brandt, first; Raymond Lehrman, second. Sixth grade - Cindie Fur- Attention Eagles Family Night ....... A'lothers ba .......... ...... Banquet .......... Sat., May 13 6:30P.M. Fried chicken dinner, all you can eat] Couple $5.0O Kids over 15 $2.00 Kids under 15 $1.0o Dance Live Music From Spokane Dennis Roberts Trio , Starts .9:30 P.M. Tel. 923-2231 man, first; Con Swezey, nandez, first. Melvin Squakin, second;Tim second; Forrest Rief, third. Eighth grade - Gene Moran, Heming, third; Ben Seventh grade- Ismael Her- first; Todd Moses, second; Galbraith, third. Bridgeport: Order of Eastern Star 8:00 Pateros: City Council May 17 - Brewster: American Legion Post 97 Bridgeport: Rebekahs ,,+-- ,,,,,++:,: B00Rn S Ot t" -. III I II I Tel. 689-2413 r PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY ll THRU MAY 13, 1978 ii -. BEEF ) ! | a , ROAST p q II II 'E .o. 59 ° BLADE CUT LB. - i /lllLrl 8UIV - FRUiTCOCKTAL TASTEWELL '' " , k, ARMOUR WIENERS i WESTERNFAMILY_ 1 TOMATO SAUCE ...... .+.15 REGULAR STYLE /C ' L /E KEN-LRATION10-LB$ eA iA -- I,-._t4lt LY,15-OZ.IU TENDER CHUNKS... 4.Z : b ,l AiI , ++.z" WAFERS .... ,,+...+Am " CHUCK STEAK+99 GROUND BEEL | I , ARM CUT Jb,Adi LENNON'S LINK JLIIdDAi 1/7 .o  q'/ ,,LJh BEEF ROAST..+l SAUSAGE.,+..+..+. 1 I P' I 00iiiiiii+i: ........... .001.39 I SUGAR GREEN BEANS .,....,oo. 73* TISSUE.. 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