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PJIIP...2_____ May 21. 1981 Quad City HCCaJd " ' _Strictly Business00 Brewster holds Youngolooo receives award (' il Fi class plans Yo00,. . ................... "ity-wide ,ounc re reun,on blood Insurance, Brewster i  An attempt is being made returned from Portland to contact all graduates of Thursday where he was at- tending a commercial seminar, held by Farmers Insurance Group for agents who have accomplished a certain level of professionalism in the writing of commercia] in- surance. Youngblood was awarded a plaque recogling'his ac- complishment and accepting him into the "Commercial Master Club." COMSAT hires secretary Miss Vieki Driessen has been hired by COMSAT as the new secretary, replacing Mrs. Kelth (Dorothy) Buckingham, who has been promoted to Material Con- troller, according to Jim Stlvins, Station Manager. New employees New employees at the Brewster Drug Store are Jim McChristian and Noel Miller, both clerks. Jim is from Pateros and Noel from Brewster. Pete Vertefeuille is a new employee at IGA Grocery. State Electric announced that Vicki Morris of Alta Lake will be working as a clerk as of May 18, in their store. Benner opens office Brewster Attorney Tom Benner announced the opening of his new office on the corner of 1st Avenue and Bridge St. as of May 15, which will be open 9-5 daffy, weekends and evenings by appointment only. @t Joe Youngblood To Dental Convention Dr. Luwayne and Ester Stout drove to the coast Wednesday night where he was enrolled for the Thurs. day-Friday Washington Dental Convention at the Seattle Center. The couple spent Satur- day in Enumclaw where Richard Fearing, president of the North Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists addressed mem- bers of NASDAD (National Association of Seventh-day Adventist Dentists). Following a Saturday night business meeting, members enjoyed movies by a dental instructor whose recent trip to Alaska in- cluded teaching continuing central education and visits to northland clinics. Michelle and Tiffany Stout stayed with grandparents Dr. Harold and Berniece while their folks were away. Help at ranch Joel and Debble Kirk with sons John and Doug, and Pastor Mickey and Deenle Meyer, Krissy and Skip returned last week from In- dian Valley, Idaho, where the families helped the paster's parents with the spring branding at their cat- tie ranch. we may be able to have no effect on John and Lflllan Edwards of College Place were weekend guests here of their sister-in-law Edyth Reich. Fay Lorz, Oroville, has been visiting here with her sister, Annabelle Weldon, the past week. kill weeds with crops or livestock. In the future, microwaves that "Put a Little Camp Fire in Your Life" was the theme for this year's city-wide Council Fire, held by the area Camp Fire groups Monday evening, May 18. The location was changed from the city park to the high school lunch room, due to rain. Mrs. Leslie Poole was mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Joan Symonds gave the welcome, and conducted the Blue Bird fly up. Mrs. Ruth Wildermuth presented camp- ships to Camp Zanika Lache at Lake Wenatchee. Presentation of honors followed, with Mrs. Barbara Keilman presenting Star Bird and Community Ser- vice Awards to the 2rid grade Blue Birds. Mrs. Mary Sinclair and Mrs. Stella Brown, who led the 4th grade Adventure group, presented them with the Fire Tender, Birthday Week and Community Ser- vice awards and 3 year pins. Fire Tender and Trail Maker awards, as well as 3 and 5 year pins were presen- ted to the 5th grade Adven- ture group by their leader, Mrs. Leslie Poole. Mrs. Pat Munk awarded the 6th grade Adventure group the High Adventure award, Community Service award, a 2nd bar for the Community Service award, the Camp Fire Birthday Week award and 5 year pins. Swimming honors were given by Mrs. Stella Brown. Mrs. Lorraine Cox presen- ted adult membership pins to the following leaders: Mary Sinclair, Leslie Poole, and Toni Shenyer, 3 year pins; Jean Symonds, 3 and 5 year pins; Ruth Wildermuth, 10 year pin; and Stella Brown and Doris Lauter- bach, 15 year pins. Mrs. Cox then presented the John Collier award to Ruth Wildermuth, for the Northcentral Washington Council. This award is designed to recognize out- standing contributions in the field of business and finance, as treasurers, fund raisers, and candy sale personnel. Mrs. Wildermuth has served as candy sale chairman in Brewster for a number of years. The Camp Fire Girls gathered around an im- provised campfire for their traditional ceremony of receiving their honors. Participating in the ceremony were Linda Kirk, Diane Roys, Jennifer Riggan, Brenda Moriniti, Jessica House, Sandra Drake, Wendy Morris, Michelle Christensen, Shanna Schutter, Mary Alice Groeneveld, Danelle Poole, Roseann Sinclair, Diana Kolin and Valerie Munk. The following girls and their leaders are members of Camp Fire this year: Znd Grade Blue Birds Leader, Mrs. Toni Shenyer, Sponsor, Grange, Mrs. Pat Waggoner, Rep; Judi Kolin, Alexandria Gomez, Alisa Shenyer, Jennifer Riggan, Abby Olin and Nickie Bigelow. Leader, Mrs. Barbara Keilman, Sponsor: American Legion Auxilliary- Mrs. Betty Park, Rep.; Wendy Keilman, Jessica Hbse, Jennifer Kirk, Krtin Brandt, Brooke Poole, and Stephanie Thor- nton. 3rd Grade Blue Birds Leader, Mrs. Linda Biekham; Sponsor, Civic League, Mrs. Esther E/net- son, Rep; Marci Ramsey, Jodi Wright, Marie Bickham, Rhonda McHugo, Cori Stone, Kristy Brown. 4th Grade Adventure Leader, Mrs. Mary Sinclair; Assistant, Mrs. Stella Brown; Sponsor, Garden Club, Ruby Belonsek, Rep; Micka Duck, Roseann Sin- clair, Hannie Kirk, Mary Alice Groeneveld, Tummy Allen, Tammy Shenyer, Lisa Cornelius, Shauna Schutter, Terri Worthem and Shelly Brown. 5th Grade Adventure Leader, Mrs. Leslie Poole; Sponsor, Triangle Club, Ila Renner, Rep; Cayme Brown, Denise Clark, Michelle Christensen, Mar- cia Cogar, Brenda Moriniti, Danelle Poole, Sabrina Sachse, Gayle Windie, Traci Stone, Christy Shenyer and Kristy Kennedy. 8th Grade Adventure Leader, Mrs. Pat Munk; Sponsor, Kiwanis, Rev. Roger Hornbeck, Rep; Diana Kolin, Valerie Munk, Wendy Morris, Nicole Wilfong, Jennifer Symonds, Kristy Johnston, Sandra Drakeand Gina Pennington. Pateros 1st, 2rid, 3rd Blue Birds Leader, Mrs Land Adkins; Tanya Adkins, Irene BierUch, Angle James, Stacey Martin, Scotti Humphrey, Tara Adkins, Starlet Sanderson and Dawn Kingsley. Freels baby airlifted to Spokane hospital A tiny, premature baby boy, son of Margie and Hugh Freels, Tonasket, was a/rliR- ed to Spokane's Deaconess Hospital early Sunday mor- ning about 3:00 a.m., following his birth by Caesarean section, due to his mother's unexpected surgery for a ruptured spleen. The Neo Natal Transport, which transports babies with problems or premature babies, by ambulance in the near-Spokane area, or by helicopter farther afield, is staffed by the Army National Guard and the 41st Rescue and Weather Recon- naissance Wing of Fairchild Air Force Base. The helicopter is staffed by a pilot, and the medical team including a nurse, pediatrician, and inhalation therapist. The baby is put into a tran- sport incubator when it is born, especially if it is ex- pected to be air lifted. The team takes the baby in to the parents, and explains their procedure, and encourages them to come to Deaconess Hospital as soon as they are able, and participate in the care of their baby. Flight time for the helicopter to or from Brewster is 45 minutes. They land on a heliport on the roof of Deaconess Hospital. Brewster Hospital has a helicopter pad on the paved area east of the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Freel's baby weighed 5 lbs. 1 oz. at birth, as is "looking better", ac- cording to his grandmother, on Monday. The baby has an older brother, Jesse, at home. Grandparents include Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weldon, Brewster, Barbara Wood- ward, Chelan, and Earl Freels, Tonasket. Attending physician in Brewster is Dr. Fred C. Schnibbe. "The successful people are the ones who can think up things for the rest of the world to keep busy at." Don Marquis Brewster's Class of 1976 in order to make plans for an informal reunion sometime this summer. Graduates or parents of graduates should send their addresses to Patty (Web- ster) CorneR, who would like to hear from them concer- ning their ideas and opinions on this reunion. PaRy's address is: Patty Webster CorneR, 605 N. 13th St., Selah, Wash. 98942. Nurses study in Portland Laurie Holt, Director of Nurses; Mary Lou Taber, surgical nurse; and Lois Miller, Inservice Director, all of the Okanogan-Douglas County Hospital, spent several days last week in Portland studying and ob- serving surgical procedures. Mrs. Holt and Mrs. Miller studied Inservice in the In- tensive Care Units of the University of Oregon Hospital. Mrs. Taber viewed surgical procedures at St. Vincent Hospital. Douglas PUD meeting changed Due to the Memorial Day holiday Monday, May 25, the Douglas County PUD Com- missioners will hold their meeting on Tuesday, May 26 at 2:00 p.m., in the East Wenatchee office. B R P 0 R Thnlifllock You've shown your style, grads. We're all very proud of you. LeonBuck Tend Marshall Randy Dald LoriAllan 1 9 8 1 TerryShearer Tammy Lewis MaR Clarkson MichelleRockwell Brad Sloan Dennis LRcbfleld Jmm Steele Rocky Gere Taml Aselflne Debbie Music Tina Zaccantl David Ames Cathy Freeman Rod Wesselnmn Mellssa Wells t