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Page 6 May 14, 1981 Quad City Herald Sara Cooper and dad, Jim Brewster student earns "&apos;excellent rating" in festival Sara Cooper, eighth grade student at Brewster Junior High School was the recipient of an "excellent rating" during the May 6 Greater Spokane Allied Arts Festival, held in Spokane. She earned this recognition after completing her piano solo "Rachmoninoff Prelude," played from memory. The purpose of the festival is to encourage young people in the appreciation of the arts and the study of music. Students participating receive individual, com- prehensive evaluation by highly qualified teachers and concert artists. Sara, a serious student of the piano, has taken lessons for six years with LaVonna Mason of Brewster and Nan- cy Freese of Wenatchee. It was Mrs. Mason who urged her to attend the festival where she received much encouragement from the ad- judicators. She is the daughter of Jim and Sandra Cooper of Brewster Methodist Women meet in Bridgeport United Methodist Women held their monthly meeting in the Fellowship Hall last week with 11 present. Carol Gross was the hostess for the afternoon. Business for the afternoon nesday, June 3 at 12:00 noon. This will be open to the public, consisted of planning their annual spring luncheon, which will be held in the Fellowship Hall, Wed- Civic League Civic League will meet tonight (Thursday) at the home of Alice Adams. Wingards buy King's Lunch Mr and Mrs. John Wingard of Bonny Lake near Sumner took over Kings Lunch Saturday. They have two children, a boy and a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hamilton and daughter Meianie who sold out to the Wingards moved to their acreage about two miles above Methow. Cindy D ' Eon sets wedding date Miss Cindy D'Eon and Bernhard Linne will be united in marriage, June 6 in Kaiser, Slautern, West Ger- many at the Stein Wenden Church. Cindv is the daughter of "Skip" D'Eon, formerly of Bridgeport, now with the Air Force r stationed at RamsUen AFB in West Germany. She is the granddaughter of Gracia D'Eon of Brewster and great-granddaughter of Mrs. Ansel Mineard of Bridgeport. The young couple will make their home in Ger- many, where Mr. Linne is in the West Germany Air For- ce. Sacred Heart men host breakfast Men of Sacred Heart Church in Brewster hosted a Sunday breakfast following church service Sunday mor- ning, honoring the ladies on Mother's Day. Chuck Morris was in charge of the planning of the event. A large number of people were served and the ladies expressed their ap- preciation at the excellent fare. Father Joe Shirey, a Jesuit priest from Gonzaga University, now on a Sab- batical, conducted the chur- ch service Sunday in the ab- sence of Fr. David Brum- haugh. Log Church men coo00: dinner for mothers Twenty men of the Com- munity Log Church turned the tables on the women and children when they took over the kitchen at the Glessner Annex and honored mothers by serving a dinner. Armed with salads, casseroles, roast beef and fancy desserts, they them- selves had cooked, they proceeded to serve ap- proximately 60 women and children, even cleaning up "spills" made accidentally by children. Immediately following dinner, Pastor Roger Horn- beck and his wife Sharon entertained with a skit, while the men completed their clean up chores. A sing-a- long followed, led by Walt Roys. One satisfied lady suggested that maybe this should become a "monthly event," however it is believed that hint fell on deaf ears. Musical to be repeated "His Fleece Was White as Snow," a musical performed by local children of all faiths, will be repeated Saturday, May 16, 7:30 p.m. at the Brewster High School gym. This performance will be held to accommodate those who were able to see the initial showing on Good Friday, due to conflicting church activities The public in welcomed to attend this free musical con- cert. BridReport Students complete "Project Bunchgrass" Left to right; Tammy Burns, Rod Wesselman, Mrs. Homer, Debbie Music; seated, Janet Means and Matt Clarkson. "Project Bunchgruss" is now completed and in the marl to the printers to be put LUNCH MENUS BREWSTER Monday, May 18 - Baked beans with ham, lettuce salad, whipped potatoes, corn bread and butter, fruit and milk. Tuesday, May 19 - Ham- burgers and buns, french fries, pickle and relish, but- tered green beans, dessert and milk. Wednesday, May 20 Spaghetti with beef sauce, sliced cheese, buttered spinach, hot rolls, pudding and milk. Thursday, May 21 - Fried chicken and gravy, whipped potatoes, buttered peas, home made bread, fruit and milk. Friday, May 22 - Meat and noodles, buttered corn, vegetarian beans, hot rolls, dessert and milk. MANSFIELD Monday, May 18 - Macaroni n cheese, mixed vegetables, cabbage slaw, choc. brownies and milk. Tuesday, May 19 - Pizza burgers, spinach, carrot stixs, peach pie and milk. Wednesday, May 20 - Hot pork sandwiches, mashed potatoes, cooked carrots, apple wedges, cookies and milk. Thursday, May 21 - Chili n crackers, cheese stixs, pears, cinnamon rolls and milk. Friday, May 22 - Burger on buns, french fries, tossed salad, scotch pudding delight and milk. BRIDGEPORT Monday, May 18 - Tacos with lettuce & cheese, buttered vegetables, pickle slices, dream bars and milk. Tuesday, May 19 - Hot dogs "Oklahoma !" east in final scene from the musical - hopefully the whole crew. on buns, potato chips, pork   e k'beans' range slices and ' Ok!ah "m al produced Wedilesday, May 20. Coney ' 0 m a, us i c island burgers, mashed potatoes and butter, carrot byLoubeRe , taft te volunteer director, Mrs. Ja scenes under the heading, Divis, Mr. and Mrs Tom Wells, Harry Lilly, Ed stix' ginger bread and ndlk" O_kh..real cast members. Little, who lives "Oklaho- ,Bravo! Bravo[ To tonite's Plumb, Mmes. Gert Davis, Wesselman, Mr. Bob Allen, Thursday, May 21 - Chicken of Bridgeport High School t,, hidden eros Bill ..... ms. with the kids, Mrs. h i. Our perfor- Dora Adams, Marge Patter- Hill, Mrs. Karen & noodles, tossed salad, hot were wonnermg rest week Ann Dahl, choreographer, mane is dedicated to each son, Donna Rose, Pat Ames, Dunham, Ann Dahl and last biscuits and honey, jell how they would ever be ready to do two performan- ces on the weekend but they did it and are now wondering what to do with their time without play practice ! Myron "Smitty" Smith was down from Omak Satur- hacking of Mrs. Margaret individual whose un- Caroline Robinson, Sue but not least, Mr. and Mrs. whip and milk Friday, May 22 - Corn dogs, buttered vegetables, fruit cake and milk. selfishness helped bring "Oklahoma!" to the stage of Bridgeport High School." Patrons named were Messrs. and Mines, Pete Davis, John Harmon, Ben Parsons, Arnold Wetzel, Lawrence, Mr Rodger Brown, Mrs. Louise Reeve, Mr. Ralph Buckingham, Messrs. and Mines. Mel Ralph Rigg for the use of their buggy which became "The Surrey With the Fringe on the Top." There are approximately 300 million cars in the world. 00000000000 0000000000000000 Scott cn the pkmo and Rose Walter directing the band which was smaller than normal because some of the kids had parts In the play. The expertise of these people combined with the ex- day evening and said, u o , . berance of the y ung per- Harry Rhodes, Dale Gross, 'Frankly, Icame clown formers made the preduc- John Llttle, HaroldLenke, .: ,00UCTION " became I ,didn t a tion an outstanding success. Miss Rosanne Walter and " A scnooi me raze oz rmgepor After the final curtain, the Music Booster's Club. could possibly put on c m m " ast e bers presented Acknowledgements for ' Oklahoma! and dojusticeto roses to Mrs. Little, Mrs. help given listed Pateros : Ma|Ott Community Location . " 'i;! ;:ll; High' School., Jerome B ! MayMalt' Improvement Club]6 - : a.m. ". their tiny little band - but With Frlnle on Top ' made ] 1 00 mostly it was the kids them- bv Mrs Sue Lawrence's art au ht h ........................ 1953Chev. Pickup Rear Bend Forks selves They c g t e feel cla Tvn n w do hv . ..... ss .... i ,. as _ne -. C,,ltVery prJdgy J 2 Honda 55's 4" Sprinkler pipe 1946 Wllly's Jeep Smudge pots of it and it's mbmous ! " Mrs Johnson's class The ---,E-6 to 8 p.m. I Of course catching the r r li 0 t--TiThlS week: I'  EarthWood Stove Waterpump& holding tank feel oil as duet their .... t w o P g am sted those' wh ode :Monarch wood cook stove Rottiller I I I,--- ---- ntal i = BedSprings New Tools Dinner ,I ;dl Pre'waY Fireplace& pipeMattress. UsedElectrlc RangeTools @ 7 9s ] Beds ChalnSaw a  9 x 12 Tent Washing Machine 2" Sprinkler Pipe -with risers - Approx. 2,00 ft. J AmerlcanLeglonJ : AUCTIONEER: ROCKY RALSTON II ClUb I LunchAvallable Terms: Cashor Check I Not responsible for accidents J Brewster J eeeeeeoeeeeeeoeeoooooeeeeoe e into book form and should be back in Bridgeport and on- sale at Bridgeport Daze, June 6. Under the guidance of Mrs. Homer, the five seniors pictured above with her have completed the monumental task of compiling and writing the history of Bridgeport from 1881 to 1981. A huge checklist was put up on the beard in Mrs. Homer's room with the headings of proofed for typing, type in columns, proof read typing, layout, photos, page proof, final typing and final proof reading. Down the left hand side were listed the student's names with the particnir category assigned to him/her with a big "X" in the proper square to show that it had been completed. Debbie Music was respon- sible for early history; Tammy Burns, ferries and steamboats; Janet Means, schools; Matt Clarkson, photo pages from 1920-30; Janet Means, Columbia River; Rod Wesselman, Chief Joseph Dam; Matt Clarkson, park. These five seniors have dedicated may hours to compile this history of their home town which they hope residents will enjoy and find informative. Quad City Eagles Dance Saturday, May 16 .' !" ' Musi By Whiskey River 9:30 p.m. to 1.:30 a.m. Eagles members and bonafide guests only |C } sta,e ..e=,r.=,a,, :i 00ongra Grads! l00,t 0 Off  _ on graduation gifts . Hair Curlers . Hair BlOwers , - Hair Stylers v. Hamburger Clocks makers v. HOt Lather Kits  Pizza makers , - Desk Lamps  POpcorn  Makeup mirrors Poppers <i , State Electric Brewster Tel. 689-2321  ;s! varieties of roses . mm wh,le they last Bush: Mr. Lincoln. Tiffany- Peace- Pinocchio Climber: Talisman- Coral Dawn- Snowbird : . Many other varieties at regular prices varieties of tomatoes -n 0,.79 each pony Pack Ma y arletiesof vegetables & flowers Apple Country Nursery Hiway97 8-4:30Mon.-Sat. 689-2985 L