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Rick and Susan Watson, Judge McLean iouple wed at Brewster City Hall A young couple from Bremerton, Washington, were united in marriage Wednesday, May 6, 3 p.m. in the Brewster City Hall Council Chambers. Rick Watson and Susan Belier, niece of Dick and they decided to get married. The bride and groom were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hall (the bride's mother and step-father). The ceremony was per- formed by Judge Eugene McLean in front of a small Virginia Ostrem of Alta group of relatives. Lake were visiting with Judge McLean said that it relatives in the area when has been "over a year since I Brian Poyner receives scholarship Brian Poynor was awar- ded a scholarship to be ap- plied' on tuition when he enrolls this autumn as a sophomore at Upper Colum- bia Academy in Spangle. Poynor, classmate Brian Gill, and seven eighth grade students from the Brewster Seventh-day Adventist Junior Academy, were welcomed to the co- educational school last Thursday for the annual get- acquainted program. Eighth graders were Colleen Sines, Irene Bartholomew, George Wessling, Jeff Gill, Blair DeLong, Skip Meyer and Bobby Johnson. Brewster friend Wendy Unger was among the tour guides who led dozens of visitors from campus in- dustries to classrooms, Brian Poyuer gymnasium and dor- mitories.. Kay Hanson and AI Bartholomew were chauf- feurs for the local students. have married anyone here at Brewster City Hall." The bride carried a nosegay of spring flowers for the double ring wedding. Students attend (helan concert Mansfield students atten- ded a concert presented by Columbia River High School Friday morning in Cbelan. The hour long presentation included riambers played by a stage hand and sang by their concert choir and swing choir. The children all agreed they enjoyed the bend the most because Mans- field doesn't have a band. Galen Hames commented that it was "Pretty neat music." Other towns attending the concert were Pateros and Chelan. Visits parents Denise Michel, Spokane, was here for the weekend with her parents, the Lyal Micheis. She spent Saturday with Kelly and Dale Peter- son at Manson. Another big busy weekend behind usl] With so many things going on this weekend it was hard to know which way to go. Some of our dan- cers lncuding LeRoy and Vera Sorenson, Chuck and Ann Fuller and Ward and O/lie Goodell danced to the calling of Joe Socor in lone, Wa. for their annual Hot Fcct Daze dance festival As for us we had a full  in Twisp, The State Souare Dance Federation had their meeting and dance at the Twisp Community Center. This was a first for the Nor- them Council to host such a dance and meeting and I think I can safely say it was a huge success. R takes a terrific amount of work to make an event like this a success and I think the clubs who participated in this are to be congratulated. It would be impossible to men- tion everyone who con- tributed their time and talents but there are some who seemed to have ex- tended that little extra effort so that we might enjoy such an occasion. I feel we owe a little extra thanks to Art and Dora Adams and Pete and Gert Davis of the Bridgeport Denim and Ginghams for all their extra effort and to the Methow Valley Promenad- ers for hosting this event. The Methow Senior Citizens headed by Elmer and Helen Parsons . Square'em cooked a huge breakfast and a delicious supper for all the square .dancers. The noon lunch was provided by all the A-I cooks of the Nothern council. There were many compliments to the kitchen crew after everyone ate their fill. M.C.s for the Friday night dance were Walt Anthis and Billy Gillham and for the Saturday night dance Dennis Lewitt and Billy Gillham had the honors to call and in- troduce many callers from all over the state who called for the almost 20 squares of dancers, also from all over the state. Coming up this Saturday the Columbia River Whirlers will have a potluck and dan- ce at the Entiat Grange Hall. Potluck will start at 6:30 p.m. Also Saturday night will be the East-West dance at the Elks Club in Wenatchee with Don Coehran and Eldon Slade calling. The Bridgeport Denim and Ginghams will dance on Friday night the 22nd of May at the Bridgeport Grade School. Billy Gfllham will do the calllng. For the Nothern Council 5th Saturday dance at River- side, Doug Davis of Spokane wili be doing the caliing. Mark your calendars for all this good dancin'. SEE YOU IN A SQUARE HAPPY DANCIN' Pateros artist earns e ward for Festival exlaibit Colyn Moore, Pateros High School senior, and blooming artist, won firsts and seconds on paintings and drawings he exhibited in the Arts and Crafts show at the May Day Festival in Orovilie over the past weekend. Colyn, who featured in a article in the Herald not long ago, entered three exhibits in each category in the high school competition, winning Grand Champion on a drawing of Teddy RooseveR, which is owned by Chuck Morris. He also won a first on a painting of a snow scene which he had given his mother. The seconds were each on a painting and a drawing. Colyn, who is hoping to en- ter exhibits in more art shows this year, said it was the first time he has entered his work in a show, and he was especially pleased with the results, because of the large number of entries. Spring concert scheduled for Brewster grades Students in grades one uru  wm be perf in a spring concert Thurs- day. May 21 at 7:30 p.n in the new Brewster gym with the program by the third grade, a three part harmony "song flute" selection by the fourth grade and a first grade rhythm instrument song. Other highlights from the local students will be in- strumentais, songs and dan- ces. Another special event will be the participation of the Othello, Washington Jazz band and ja choir, who will be overnight guests in Brewster during the tLme (f the concert. Othello Director of Music, Denny Harveli, was a former teacher of music at Brewster. The Othello group will perform Friday, May 22, for the studenis in  rdgh schoo| gym and the public has been invited to attend this concert also, according to Dick Thomas, Brewster music director. Ouad City Herald AAav 14, 1981 Page 3 Attend dance in Winthrop Nee] and Audrey Harwell, listening to the Morns and AuRa Clendenin, Rita Dads dance hand. They saw Whitlnger, and Norma Wilson lost of familiar faces, they attended the '49ers dance at noted. Winthrop Saturday night, May 14- Brewster; Civic League, Grange, Kiwanis Bridgepert; Eagles & Auxiliary May 15- Brewster; Garden Club - 1:30, Mary Beer Bridgeport; Query Club May 16- Pateres; Piano recital, school baud room, 2 p.m. ' Auction In Rflott May 18- Brewster; LacHes Aid, Log Church Pateros; Garden Club May 19. Brewster; School Board Bridgeport; Order of Eastern Star Pateros; City Council May 20 - Brewster; American Legion No. 97 - Chief Joe Gem &Mineral Bridgeport; Rebe This SlMce courtesy of EVERG REEN STORE N0.3 HOURS 9 tO 8 MON. --. SAT. THE FOOD PEOPLE 10 tO 6 SUNDAY I i PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 14 THRU MAY 20, 1981 FOLLOW THE SUN TO SAVINGS HAWAIIAN DAYS! GOLDEN RIPE NO. 1 FRESH BANANAS PORK L01N ROASTS PORK SPARERIBS Pork Rib End Chops LB)1'.29 STRAW BERRIES,:,  59 " b'iffT=] 3 UNIDILli LI, AVERAGE AVOCADOS cAL,, oRow 4/sl g HAAS VARIETY I MUSHROOMS,.,.. 98 PACK, 8-OZ. 0081.39 ,,,,,,o 69 TURKEY WIENERS ,,.o, SALTINE CRACKERS NABISCO, REG./UNSALTED 16-OZ. 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