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k Janet Means performs at recital Many young people are exposed to piano lessons and some, a few, continue on with their studies while only a very small number com- pose but Janet Means, daughter of Dick and Diane Means, Bridgeport, does. Janet began taking lessons from Karen Knapp the fall of 1976 and worked with her for about a year, then began studying with Mrs. Marian McClanahan and has con- tinned with her ever since. Miss Means began com- posing at a time when her mother was seriously ill in the hosvital and dedicated her first composition to her mother and calls it "Diane's Song." At her father's suggestion she played one of her works at the end of her program. Program covers had three stippled roses on the front which Janet made a couple of years ago. She did all the printing in calligraphy and She played her senior recital in her parents home Sunday, May 17 playing the following numbers: From Beethoven's Sonata quasi ana Fantasia, N0s. 1, Adagio Sosrenuto; II, Allegretto; and III, Presto Agitato. Other numbers included Reverie by Debussy; Sonatina, Op. 55, No. 1 Kuhlau; Imprompto, Schumann; and three Chopin Preludes, Largo Op. 28, No. 4; Lento Assai, Op. 28, No. 6; and Sostenuto, Op. 28, No. 15. then had them run off on d copy machine. During a brief inter- mission Mrs. McClanahan told the assembled guests about the development of the flute and then played "Syrinx" by Debussy. Janet has accompanied the Bridgeport High School chorus for two years andstil graduate from that school this week. She plans to con- tinue studying music but not as a music major. She will be attending college in Big San. dy, Texas, this fail. Television interruption for District 3 Dick Attwood, District 3 during which time antenna TV technician, announced testing will be performed. that channels eight and The estimated "off time" twelve will be intermittently will be from I a.m. anti] interrupted during the morn- noon. ing of Tuesday, May 26, Triangle Club takes trip Brewster Triangle Club's special events chairman, Dorothy Khne, arranged for an "out of town" trip for the group, May 13. Three carloads left Brewster in the morning, bound for Loomis, where 17 members had lunch in the new Palmer Lake Barbecue Pit eating house. The weather and the scenery cooperated very well, and the group added to the sight- seeing by returning via Palmer Lake, Nighthawk and Orovi]le, spotting many old mines and railroad tracks, as well as snow- capped mountain and wind- ing river scenes. Those enjoying the day in- eluded Florence Schutter, Hilma Pryor, Lorraine Patrick, Fayabei]e Stranne, Phyllis Meyer, Leona Yockey, Ida Shaw, Dorothy Kline, Elsie Kirk, Ila Ren- ner, Martha Ervin, Myrtle Gamble, Carrie Foley, Evelyn Schweighardt, Min- nie Marchesseau, Jan Wilson and Geraldine Elliott of Okanogan. The final meeting of the season, to be followed by summer coffee hours, will be a potluck luncheon, May 26, with Civic League members as guests. This will be at Wiisous'. Junior women adjourn for summer Bridgeport Junior Women had their final meedng o the year last Wednesday to finish up their business for the year and vacation for the summer Of course they won't be entirely in active for they will help organize the pre-school swim lessons. The movie "Jason and the Argonauts", sponsored by the Junior Women and shown last Friday evening netted enough money so that they were able to divide the amount between the March of Dimes and the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Northwest Wholesale, Inc. sets annual meeting date Northwest Wholesale In- highlight the organizations on a recent trip to the Soviet corporated will hold its 43rd annual membership meeting Tuesday, May 26, at the Wenatchee Center. The business meeting starts at 3:30 p.m. Reports by offic- ers, management and com- mittee chairmen will financial and other ac- tivities. The terms of five directors will also be voted on. The evening banquet will feature entertainment by the Wenatchee Valley College Chorus and a talk with slides Union by long time Chelan County Superior Court Judge Lawrence Leahy. The day and evening events will be chaired by board president Kenneth Turner, Okanogan. Adult car kits available at Rainier Brewster will have it's an- swer to the "Indy 500" on Bonanza Days, when adult men and women will be competing in a Pinewood Derby Race with six inch cars built from kits available for $6.00 each at the Rainer Bank. This competition is the direct result of a program held annually by the local Cub Scouts which found the adults wishing they could try their hand at building a kit and racing. There will be two classes; I limited and unlimited. The 'limited class' is the class where kit instructions must be followed completely and no car may weigh over five ounces total. The 'unlimited class will require use of the body provided in the kit, with sub- stitutions permitted in regards to wheels, providing they fit on the track. The length of the car may not ex- ceed 12 inches. No starting devices or motors will be permitted. I Bank There will be a prize of $25.00 for each winner in the two categories. The race will begin at 2 p.m. on the Rainer Bank parking lot, Saturday, June 27 during Bonanza Days. This event is the first of it's kind for adults and all proceeds will support the program of Cub Pack 33 in Brewster. For more Irfformation con- tact Jim Oswald or Rod Dodge, Chairman of the event. l EVERG RE EN HOURS 9 tO 8 MON. -- SAT. STORE THE FOOD PEOPLE Courthouse to be closed Okanogan County Court Day, according to secretary House will be closed Mort- Betty Tangen. day, May 25 for Memorial May 21 - Citizens In Action meeting May 21 - Brewster; Rebekahs, Kiwanis Bridgeport; IOOF, West End Club Pateros; School Board May 25- Brewster; Chamber of Commerce, noon Bridgeport; Masonic Lodge No. 193 Pateros; Volunteer Firemen May 26. Brewster; City Council, Triangle Bridgeport; Credit Women, 7:S0, Chamber of Commerce, 7 Pateros; Grange May 27- Brewster; Jaycees PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 21 THRU MAY 27, 1981 USDA CHOICE BEEF TOP SIRLOIN STEAK BONELESS 98 LEAN GROUND BEEF oooo .el 59 BEEF ............... 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