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iili Christy Blckman and Lartsa Rawsen model the dresses which won prizes at the 4.H county style show. Brewster girls earn sty ,. show awards Two young ladies from Brewster won attention at the Okanogan County 4.H Style Review Saturday, May 2, at Okanogan. The review took place at the Catholic Church on Elmway. Larisa Rawson won a second in the Junior Divison and Christy Bick- ham won a third prize. They also won half a campehlp to the 4.H county camp at Lost Lake in August. The girls were judged on the modeling of the dresses they made, their general ap- pearance, workmanship of the dresses, and their knowledge of the subject matter when verbally quiz- zed. The girls are both members of the Triple B 4.H in Brewster, and are in the fifth grade in Brewster Grade School. The style show featured clothing made in junior, in- termediate and senior classifications. The program also featured speakers who advised the 4- H members on subjects ranging from Make-up Basics, Accessories Know How, and Hair Boosters. Mrs. Julie Rawson, ad- visor of the Triple B 4.H for Clothing, was commentator for the style show. Larisa is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rawson and Christy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bickham, both of Brewster. Brewster Jr. Women s, 00edule speaker Laura Edwards, director meeting of Brewster Jr. sible for Rural Women's Wives Home). of the Women's Relief Can- Women's club at the home of Research Projects, For more information the tor in Okanogan, will be the Mrs. CarlHouae. Displaced Homemakers and public may call Cathy guest speaker at the May 19 Ms. Edwards is respon- the Crisis Center (Battered Greene or Mrs. House. Cystic Fibrosis Douglas Ride-A-Thon is planned Cystic Fibrosis Ride-A- Brewster Grade School Thon is being sponsored by parking lot at 9:00 ax and the Sage Riders 4-H Club go to Rat Lake, where a one Saturday, May 16. hour lunch and rest break wm he taken. The riders will Participants who gather then come back to Brewster, pledges for the number of arriving in the afternoon. miles they ride on horseback The ride is approximately will be eligible for various fourteen miles round trip. prizes, including T-shirts, For more information and fromthe CF Foundation. sponsor sheets contact The ride will start at the Sherry Watkins. Kernel Club goes to Seattle Members of the Mansfield Kernel Club traveled to Seat- tie and took in the Mariner - New York baseball game Saturday which the Mariners won 6-5. Attending were Dan Lassiter, Clint Wall, Monti Cavadini, Danny Mattiesen Family visits The Roy Weldon family gathered' Saturday at the home of Marcia and Eric Hanson and boys near Man- son. With Roy and An- nabelle, Marcia and Eric were Melinda and A] Good of and chaperones Dwight Pflugrath and Gary Isakson. They spent Saturday night at Pflugrath's cabin on Whid- bey Island. Sunday they took in the Seattle Center, the Space Needle and rode the Monorail. Festival run Coy and Sherri Leather- man and sons, Joel and Jason went to Leavenworth Saturday to participate in the Bavarian Mal Run during their annual spring Mai Festival there. Seattle, Hugh and Margie Sherri, Jason and Joel ran FreeIs and son of Tonnsket, in the two mile run, and Coy and Marie Weldon of ran in the eight mile, Spokane. Joining them were finishing in 49 minutes and 50 Portia and Steve Panii and seconds. daughter of Chelan, and Jinx Coy's father, Wayne and Dave Freels of Leatherman of Entlat, ac- Brewster. companied them to Leaven- worth. Betty Key, Spokane, spent Ed and Marge Tradup, the Mother's Day weekend, and Ed's mother, Mrs. Bet- Friday to Sunday, with her niece Tradup, Visited in Mr. mother, Mrs. Minnie Mar- Vernon with relatives over chesseau, in Brewster. the weekend. NOW is the time... Bedding Plants... VegetabF lOwers... Gardening Material Green ThUmb Gardens Open 7 days a week 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tel. 686-9215 i ' ' )crats meet in Mansfield Douglas County Demo- crats held their mon- thly dinner meeting in Mans- field last Thursday evening. About thirty people from East Wenatchee, St. An- drews, Bridgeport, Water- villa, Palisades, Orondo and Mansfield attended the business meeting which ira, cluded discussion concer- ning a newsletter combing both Chelan and Douglas County and membership dues that would include ac- tive and inactive members. Piano recital is scheduled A piano recital featuring students of Mrs. LaVonna Mason will be held Thurs- day, May 14, 7:30 p.m. in the Calvary Baptist Church. Seventeen students will Community Night Mansfield Grange is spon- soring a Community Night May 16 at their hall in Man- afield. A potluck dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. followed by a program at 8:00p.m. Dr. Eliot Scull, ophthalmologist for the Wenatchee Valley Clinic will spebk and show slides on his experiences in Nepal as a physician. participate in the recital, presenting approximately forty musical selections. Family and friends are in- vited to attend. T()PSnews Kelly Freeman not only was the best loser Monday evening at TOPS but also won the flower contest and received a charm for being the best loser in April. No No foods for the week are biscuits with butter and bread. Dorothy Bowling, Suma Price, Betty Pomeroy and Judy Cox attended State Recognition Day in Spokane when they held their annual meeting the first week in May. Judy reported on the trip to the twelve members The public is invited to at- who attended the weekly ten/. meeting. -, 00Get The 0000Picture,  Pick UP PhOtO Coupons for re-print &. enlargement specials Hardware Sale Catalog continues thru the month Brew ster Drug & True Value Hardware Brewster Tel. 689-2421 Quad City Herald /'14ay 14. 1981 Page. 5 Rabbit 00uad City J00rea Club Note. ..- breeders Rainbow Ls plan installation form club Members of Bridgeport Assembly of the Order of Rainbow for Girls will hold their installation in the Bridgeport Masonic Hall on Saturday afternoon, 2:00 p.m. The girls hope that Masons, Eastern Stars and their school friends will at- tend this ceremony. Camera Club plans field trip Scenery photography is the Camera Club theme for May. Two events are plan- ned on this topic. Earnie Moran will lead a scenery field trip Sunday, May 17. In- terested camera buffs may join this group at 1 p.m. in the Brewster High School parking lot. Bring picnic snacks. The club is planning to set Barry Beerman,: Earnie up a booth at both the Moran and Dan Trudeau will Bridgeport Daze and discuss the many aspects of scenery photography at the regular monthly Camera Club meeting Wednesday, May 20, 7:30 p.m. in the Brewster High School Library. The public is welcome to attend. Brewster Bonanza Days celebrations. The booth will give the public an oppor- tunity to have a fun photograph taken or use their own camera to take a fun picture. Brewster Grange program tonight Brewster Grange program with refreshments to be ser- tonight will be arranged by ved by those whose names the executive committee, were drawn from the "tin Auditor spe0000ks to local Demo women Donalee Palmanteer 20, state convention at hosted the Columbia Richland. Democratic Club Wed- $100 was sent to "Project nesday, with Loretta Joy as Help." Leona Yockey won co-hostess, the auction prize. County Auditor Evelyn A report was made on the Frazier described the recent spring luncheon at modern technology of their Okanogan. Local member office work, stating that Anna Stern led in the singing computerizing speeds up of "We Must Never Be their accomplishments. Divided," a parody devised Dates to be noted are May locally, stressing the value 27, national convention at of unity. Indianapolis, with Hilma The next meeting will be Pryor as a representative June 3 with hostess Connie from this area; June 19 and Humphrey at Carlton. can." It has been recommended that the losing sides in the recent contest should provide the first supper of the summer, that date being in June. That decision will be made tonight. Resolutions to be presen- ted at State Grange will be acted upon and sent to headquarters. Local Gra0000ge entries win state rib )ons Betty Perry, North Cen- tral District. Director of Women's Activities for the Grange, went to Yakima last week for the dress judging on the state level. She took with her two dresses which had won purple ribbons at the Okanogan County level. They were both Brewster ladies, in Class D, child (sewing for a child), Shelly Brown. In adult class, (woman sewing for a woman), Joan Symonds. Both dresses won blue rib- boris and will be on display at the State Grange. Mansfield Rebekahs honor officers At a recent meeting Past District 17 officers, Neva Kind, vice president and Dorothy Murlson, LeR Sup- porter to Vice President, were introduced and presen- ted gifts, as a small token of appreciation for the serving in these offices. New District 17 officers from the local Run in Manson Participating in the run at the Manson Apple Blossom Festival Staurday were Jack McMfllan, Kelly Brown, and Dean Morehead who entered the six mile run, and Greg and Mike McMilian, who en- tmld the nine mile furl Kelly Brown finished third overall in the six mile run. Jack and Kelly both termed the course "very difficult," noting it had very long hills. Lodge were introduced and welcomed. They are: Neva Kind, President; Mildred Schmidt, Musician and Geneva Aveneli, Left Sup- porter to President. Under Good of The Order, Program Chairman, Lydia Gull, had a program honoring Mothers, and Patty Moore was the lucky winner of an orchid corsage. Patty Moore, who has moved to Winthrop was honored at a card, honky and gift shower. Several mem- bers were present and Patty received many nice things. She was also presented a silk flower corsage from Noble Grand, Helen Kemp. Members are now busy making table flowers and name tags for the upcoming Friendship Night, which will be held May 19. Junior Missy Queen Sizes 318 Main Street Brewster Tel. 689-3212 A new association, Okanogan Valley Rabbit Breeders, has been formed in the Okanogan County area. The club is made-up of persons interested in promoting the rabbit in- dustry and providing infor- mation on raising, breeding, and showing rabbits. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month in the Omak area. Transpor- tation is available and everyone is invited to attend. This is a non-profit club af- filiated with the American Rabbit Breeders Association and the Washington State Rabbit Breeders Association. The club hopes to be active in obtaining pick-up points in the area for breeders of commercial rabbits, par- ticipating in fairs and shows and in sponsoring guest speakers. More information and arrangements for transpor- tation can be obtained by contacting Karen Pentland, Brewster. 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