Newspaper Archive of
Quad City Herald
Brewster, Washington
Lyft
May 21, 1981     Quad City Herald
PAGE 6     (6 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 6     (6 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 21, 1981
 

Newspaper Archive of Quad City Herald produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Wayne Morris becomes minister Wayne Morris was licen- with child Evangelism sed as a minister on May 3, Fellowship. He will serve at at Electric City Baptist Faith Baptist Church of Church. Rev. Robert Bridgeport, Hargrove presented the Pastor Morris lives in license to Mr. Morris and a Grand Coulee and has a full- communion service and time employment at Grand reception followed. Coulee Dam. His wife, Vlcki Pastor Morris has served and daughter 11o, live at Alta in most areas of church set- Lake and this will be their vice and has also worked home uponhisretirement. Field trip highlites Mansfield classes May is the month for field trips at Mansfield schools. Various classes have made trips to Rocky Reach Dam, the museum in Cashmere, attended concerts, traveled on the Lady of the Lake, at- tended the livestock show in Spokane and even a senior sneak to Disneyland. Grades K-4 had some in- teresting comments regar- ding field trips in general and the Cashmere Museum and old time village in specific. Most of the children decided field trips are a valuable contribution to their education. "Things mean more when you can see them for real," commen- ted a third grader. They all agreed living in "the olden days," would have been much more work but the rewards included, "riding horses," and "girls didn't have to go to school." They were all impressed with a large wooden water wheel used to produce power and one student was par- ticulariy impressed with the small replica of a classroom. It seems the dunce cap had him somewhat worried. The first graders had the least experience in field trips and really enjoyed the bus ride and eating out the most. When asked what kind of field trips they were looking forward to in the future, one said he thought "The T.ball game tonight would be im- portant," and another thought "A trip to heaven to see my grandmother," would be nice. The teacher felt it would be best to keep future field trips along the same lines as now only including museums and such. LUNCH MENUS BRIDGEPORT Monday, May 25, No School today. Tuesday, May 26 - Pizza burgers, buttered vegetables, chilled fruit and frosted bars. Wednesday, May 27 - Chili& crackers, carrot stix, fruit, cinnamon rolls and milk. Thursday, May 28 - Hot turkey sandwich, mashed potatoes and butter, vegie stix, pumpkin bars and milk. Friday, May 29 - Ham- burgers on home made bnn, french fries, dill slices, chocolate cake, ice cream bars and milk. MANSFIELD Monday, May 25-NO SCHOOL. Tuesday, May 26-Creamed tuna on biscuits, mixed vegetables, pears, choc. cookies, milk. Wednesday, May ZY- Lasagna, garlic broad, corn, celery stixs, rice krispie bars, milk. Thursday, May 28-Bar-Q chicken, whipped potatoes, gravy, spinach, chilled fruit, doughnuts and milk. Friday, May 29-Tatar tot casserole, green salad, apple crisp, bread and milk. BREWSTER Monday, May 25 - No School, Memorial Day. Tuesday, May 26 - Pups in a blanket, sweet potatoes, green beans, dessert and milk. Wednesday, May 27 Lasagna with cheese, lettuce salad, buttered corn, hot rolls and butter, fruit and milk. Thursday, May 28 - Turkey and gravy, whipped potatoes, buttered peas, but- tered home made bread, pudding and milk. Friday, May 29 - Chili burgers and buns, cheese slices, buttered spinach, french fries, dessert and milk. Guests remind of mission life Guests who visited with Lee and Emily Canwell this weekend brought back memories of her childhood in India and Burma where her parents, the Frank Wymans, were Seventh-day Adventist missionaries for 17 years. Dipchan Omald and wife Shells, now of Vancouver, B.C., but of East and West Indies background, brought along some culinary treats including spiced mangoes and curry - - and Shells whipped up some chapattis in the Canwell kitchen for nostalgic dining. Dipchan, Lee and Emily were school friends at Walia Walls College, and he ushered at the Canwell wed- ding. Local girls bound for Violet Hart Civic League hostess Alice Adams was hostess to members of Civic League Thursday evening, May 14. A short business meeting in- cluded the discussion of the possibility of entertaining members of Triangle soon. Each lady answered roll call by telling of a good book or poem she had road, or some- thing interesting she had seen on television lately. % Teresa Whybark :4, Science show held at Bridgeport Grade School Bridgeport Grade School held their art and science show in the multi-purpose room on May 12. Science trophy winners, K through 3 were Paul Anson, first; Angela Tackett second; and Steve Bozarth, third. Kindergarten and first grade students receiving ribbons were Jennifer Bearon, first; Robert Chasteen, second; Kevin West, third; Amber Robin- son and Boscee Landhoim both received honorable mention. Second grade students receiving ribbons, Krystal Whybark, first; Wendy Johnson, second; Paul Jaeger, third; Andrew Cox and Erica Dunham, honorable mention. Third graders receiving ribbons, Jesslca Zahn, first; Helen Janetos, second; Robyn Slate, third; Donovan Williams, honorable men- mention ribbons were presented to Kienan Slate and Lukas Gere. Fifth grade received first on the class project with Donna Weger and Catherine Reynolds, second. Sixth grade winners were Bill Dodson, first; Shawn Mefford, second; Tracy Shrable, third with honorable mention going to Terry Morris, David Gross and Johnny Little. In the grade school art show trophies were presen- ted to Lisa Perkins, first; Shannon Hammons, second and Jorge Luis Alvarez, third. Ribbons were awarded to first graders, Danny Mun- ,son, first; Michael Murphy, second; Jorge Alveroz, third and honorable mention to Robert Farrington. Second grade winners, Dario Martinez, first; Steve Bozarth, second, Krystal Darcy Malone. Kindergarten, Andrea Halterman, first; Jenny Vinzant, second; Jesse Mc- Cash, third, and honorable mention Leah Gibeaut. 4th through 6th art trophy winners, Casey Rockwell, first; Russell Harrington, second; Chuck Hensley, Mark Williams, and John Smith tied for third. Ribbons were presented to 4th graders, Mona Tackett, first; Clinton Weger, second; Brad Lupkes, third and honorable mention to Greg Kline. 5th grade ribbon winners, Allan Nilles and Lance Johnson tied for first; Allan Nines, second; Kyle Thoren, third and honorable mention to Julia Hussey. 6th grade ribbon winners, Casey Rockwell, first; Adrian Llamas, second; Eva Janetos, third and honorable mention to Lori Benson. Prudhoe Bay for a couple of months. He and Gert went to Spokane last weekend to visit their daughter, Deb. They also visited Gert's sister Earlene Roberts and attended a square dance Friday evening at Four Lakes. Gert's brother, Skip Smith and his wife, Donna, were chairpersons of the 1981 Chelan float which was designed by Mrs. Smith and missions A farewell service was given for Teresa Whybark and Violet Hart at the Chur- ch of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Brcwster, Sunday, May 17. Teresa Whybark is leaving May 28 to serve an 18 month mission in the Phillipines, Manila Mission. Violet Hart is leaving May 28 to serve an 18 month mission in the Rochester, New York Mission. Following the farewell service a light luncheon was served at the Floyd Whybarks home. Lovely weather permitted an out- door luncheon. Those attending were members of The Brewster Branch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Shirley and children, Shawn, Cryina, Maria and Tara from Rexburg, Idaho, Elaine Hart from Revelstoke, Canada, Marie Hart from Lethbridge, Canada; Others attending from Snohomish, Washington were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jennings and children, Michael and Christena, Jack Whybark, Michael Godfrey, Eddie Bryant, Hope, Kibble, Ruth Webster and Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Davis. From Wenat- thee were Mr. Earl H. Palmer and Mr. Jay E. Steed. Concert Drive ends this week Okanogan Valley Com- munity Concert member- ships are still available for the 1981-82 season through this week, announces county chairwoman Marjorie Rid- path, Okanogan. Three concerts are booked to date for the coming season and a fourth is anticipated, all to be at the Croak Theater rather than the high school auditoriums as in the past. On the docket are Donizetti's comic opera Don Pasquale, staged in costume and sung in English by the Los Angeles Opera Company, popular folk singer/guitarist C.C Ryder in The Linden Woodwind Quintet, a vir- tuoso ensemble. Attendance at the concerts is by membership, and no single admissions are sold. Members have reciprocity in other communities and will be sent printouts of the concert schedules for Harmon visitors John Harmon's niece, Peggy Holmes and her friend, Linda Turner, beth of Yeim visited the Harmons over the weekend. Doris Laute:r00)ack cruises Mid-[:ast Mrs. Doris Lauterbacb returned May 4 from a two week Mediterranean cruise with a friend, Mrs. Gypsy Hoyer of Tacoma. They first flew from Scat- tie to Athens where they boarded the liner "Golden Odyssey" which took them first to Kudashai, a city ex- cavated approximately 25 years ago and believed to be approximately 3000 years old with as many as 300,000 people believed to have lived there. Kudashai is on the Turkish coast. From there they went to Istanbul and then on to a Greek Island known as Medinal Rhodes, which ac- cording to Doris "looks like the days of King Arthur, with castles, moats, etc." They also visited a Greek island called Mechinos, which is a small, hilly com- munity with all houses 'whitewashed'. Those who do Meyers' host seminar Practical Priorities of the Ministry was the study topic presented by Pastor Mickey and Deenie Meyer at a weekend seminar in Oregon recently. The local Seventh-day Ad- ventist pastor and his wife were invited by the Walls Walla College Theology Students' Auxiliary to host the study for a dozen senior theology students and their wives at the Wallows Lake home of Dr. and Mrs. John deRomanett. tion. Whybark, third and Fourth, fifth and sixth honorable mention to Derek grade trophy winners were Hardie. Dan Cavadini, first; Allan Third grade winners, Mike and Diane Nilles, second; Watson, first; Robyn Slate, Renee Cox, third, second; Shannon Lacy, third In fourth grade honorable and honorable mention to g trek 00lth the 22nd annu/; Pete Davis takin Pete Davis Is home from placed first in the Wenatchee Apple Blossom Parade this freQ W| SALE Buy four gallons of Olympic Paint get the fifth gallon FREE MaY 14 thru May 31, 1981 I( lt II@ Off per gallon Olympic prime coat Olympic Solid Color Stain Oxford Brown or Outside White Olympic overcoat - White Olympic Transparent Stain L year. AH the families atten- ded Spokane's torchlight Lilac Festival Parade to admire the Chelan float which wns In the top three of the presidential awards - - Gert thinks it was second. The Davises returned home Sunday bringing Renee Cathy to her grand- mother Nettle Hammons where she will visit for a couple of weeks. I List Finders uad-City Herald Brewster Tel. 689-2507 I I Redwood or cedar Natural Tone olympic WoOd preservative Grover's Building SuPply Brewster Tel. 689-2226 Wenatchee, Ephrata, Moses Lake and other area par- ticipants. Town chairmen who may be contacted for member- ships and/or futher infor- mation are: Diane Means, Bridgeport; Phyllis Hof- mann, Pateros, and Verona Schnibbe, Brewster. The current concert season was climaxed in Wenatchee last week by the 40-member, costumed Turn. buritzans sharing the beautiful music and folk dances of southeastern European countries. I.Jcertse office to be closed The Department of licen- sing reminds motorists that all driver licensing offices will be closed May 23, 1981 in observance of Memorial Day. The offices will resume regular working hours Tuesday, May 26,1981. All offices are open from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Tzesday through Saturday, except holidays. In the United States each day, approximately 5,000 people turn 65. We now have BBQ'ed CHICKEN- SPARE RIBS "  " ':   1 "  We will also cater For Dinners and Banquets ATTENTION FISHERMEN We now carry night crawlers and red worins - along with our good lunches. Evergreen Store No. 3 Telephone 689-2413 not whitewash their home are fined. "Even the tiny 'inbetween' streets of stone are whitewashed," Doris said. They continued onto Port Said where they took a bus into Cairo, a city of eleven million people. They saw King Tut's full exhibition at the Cairo Museum and the pyramids among other things, Doris says although some rode camels, "I preferred not to." Israel was their next stop and Doris reported it was amazing what they had done with that city. They also saw the trickle irrigation system that is pumped from the Sea of Gallfloe. In addition to all this they visited old and new Jerusalem, Golan Heights and the West Bank, ending up on a Greek Island called Hydra, from which they returned to Athens. "It was a great time," reports Doris and the liner's food was extraordinary. Give your graduate a sensible gift for graduation... Beautiful, Durable ioSamsonite luggage % off through May 31 Webster Furniture, Inc. Brewster Tel. 689-2131 Lamplight Inn announces new music Jim Gray Trio .from Seattle Thursday.- Friday - Saturday g:a0 to 1:30 each evening New Dinner Specials i Storewide, PRE-SUMMER SALE.. I special purchase Athletic Shoes I Swlmwear Pro-Action l Junior, MIssy Reg. $20 NOW $9 99 special purchase Wrangler Boot Cut Jeans Reg. $16.98 Now$9 99 ) ) Reg. $1S , sgoo I NOW super Buy-Early Blrd Get Best Selection Thursday- Friday- Saturday Closed Monday- Memorial Day RAWSON'S Quality . Selection . Price Brewster  AA A AAI llllAIAAA AAIA i AAAAI AA I J