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i "'A Garden Party" tea held in Pateros Pep Club 11-82 Officers; Front row, left to fight, Deanna Hull, Jesslca Meyer and Barbara Smith. Back row, left to right, Klm Taylor, Lois Trim, Tfina Foster, Klm Mofigeau, Lofi Mofigeau and Christine Meyer. The annual Mom and Me Tea, "A Garden Party," was held May 12 in the Pateros High School Gym. FHA and Pep Club members enter- tained their morns with a potluck dinner and awards program. Following dinner, Martha Hofmann entertained the guests with a piano selec- tion. A style show featured sports outfits, dresses, prom dresses and wedding ensem- bles was presented by the following girls: Kim Best, Suzanne Reid, Rhonda Bryon, Joan Curtis, Bonnie representative. Mrs. JoAnne Keeler in- troduced the 1981-82 cheerleaders: Lisa Massey, Lori Morigeau, Christine Meyer and Tracy Dalrym- pie. FHA Degrees of Achievement awards were presented by Joan Curtis to the following: Junior Degree: Carlene Anders, Sheila Kerr, Christ- ine Meyer, Lois Trim, Trina Foster, Lisa Massey, Lori Morigeau, Joanna Burnett and Lisa Shanning. Chapter Degree: Kim Morigeau, Kim Taylor, FHA Jr. Degree; Front row, left to right, Lisa Massey and Lofi Mofigeau. Back row, left to right, Carlene Anders, Christine Meyer, Lois Trim, Tfina Foster and Shella Kerr. FHA Chapter Degree; Front row, left to fight; Kim Mofigeau and Klm Taylor. Back row, left to right, Shefi Nelson, Julie Dafiington and Colleen Meadows. FHA 1981-82 officers; Back row, left to right, Sue Hull, Barbara Smith, Demma Hull, Triua Foster and Carleae Anders. Front row, left to fight, Klm Mofigeau and Christine Meyer. Retired teachers to have luncheon Arleen Jeffries will speak and Ron McLean will sing at the luncheon meeting of the Okanogan County Retired Teachers Association at Sun Mountain Lodge on May 29. Arleen is well known in the Winthrop area for her in- terest in solar projects. Her topic will be "General Alter- native Resources in Washington State and the Economics Thereof." Ron McLean is well known for his Houseguest A friend from former days in Oroflno, Idaho, Chris Slater, now of Minnesota was a houseguest of Reid and Marilyn McCrary. He arrived Saturday for a few days visit. musical ability and recently 12:00 o'clock. All retired sang for hundreds of guests, teachers of the county are The luncheon will be at invited toattend. i verla's Yam Shop i, q Groeneveld Greenhouse! annual Yard Sale , House Plants (no garclen plants mls vear-sorrv) ,Machlne Yarns ,,Discontinued Yarns -Selected Patterns Books Vt and more off -Odds & Ends from Shop & House ,AII Pattern Books In Shop =lliof sale days only ,See Other Specials In the ShOP , TOy Tree will De here this year Thursday, I=riday May 21-22 Stephanle Tsehetter Schluneger, Lori Morigeau, Kim Morigeau, Kim Taylor, Jessica Meyer and Alice Precht. The  was accompanied by appropriate music played by Mrs. Jackie McKown. MiStress of Ceremonies, Stephanie Tschetter, in- troduced the Pep Club Ad- visor, Mrs. Vicki Shaw, who presented the old and new Pep Club Officers. In- stallation of 1981-82 Pep Club Officers was led by Bonnie Schluneger, outgoing president and her officers. After the installation, Mrs. Shaw lresented a "useful" gift to each new officer to help her carry out the duties of that office. Pep Club Of- ricers for 1981-82 are as follows: Deanna Hull, president; Barbara Smith, vice president; Jessica Meyer, secretary; Trina Foster, treasurer; Lois Trim and Kim Taylor, concess- ions; Kim Morigeau and Lori Morigeau, pompoms; Christine Meyer, ASB Colleen Meadows, Julie Darllngton and Sheri Nelson. State Homemaker Degree: Kim Best. Kim Morigeau assisted by Christine Meyer, explained how FHA, Home & Family Life Classes and Extended Learnings work together to improve personal, family and community living. President Barbara Smith presided at the FHA In- stallation Ceremony where the following 1981412 officers were installed: Kim Morlgeau, president; Christine Meyer, vice president; Barbara Smith, secretary; Sue Hull, treasurer; Deanna Hull, degrees chairman; Trina Foster, honor chapter chairman; and Carlene An- ders, ASB respresentative. Assisting her were the following 1980-81 officers and graduating seniors: Joan Curtis, Stepbanie Tschetter, Bonnie Schlnneger, Martha Hofmann, Kim Best, Rhonda Bryon and Kathleen Neff. Piano students have spring recital The spring piano recital by determination the pupils of LaVonna Mason musicians. of young was held Thursday, May 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Calvary Baptist Church. Each student performed from two to four selections of music from early J. S. Bach through the classics and popular tunes of today. The students played before a full house of family and friends. The numbers were well per- formed with exactness and expression, the students showing a high degree of polished performance on stage. It was a very sac- cesful program which demonstrated the skill and Those participating were: Kyle Wilfong, David Oswald, Marie Bickham, Ginger Bowman, Shelly Brown, Grant Ansert, Ken Sattler, Micka Duck, Christy Bickham, Jennifer Sy- monds, Nicole Wiifong, Beth Lipscomb, Kristy Johnston, Chris McWhorter, Beth Oswald, Bill Ansert, and Sara Cooper. Phoebe Longanecker provided flowers for the set- ting and Red Reynolds assisted in stage arrangement. RiO Theatre A new high in being low dowr FROM WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS [ TECHNICOLOR  Releaseo bV BUENAVISTA cWTRIBUTK)N CO, INC @1980 Walt Dsny Poducts Friday, Saturday, Sunday May 22, 23, 24 SlSO.children, s2SO-adult, s3oo.lodges Friday & Saturday 7&9, Sunday 7 May 21. 1981 Brewster FFA Chapter has annual banquet Brewster Chapter of Future Farmers held their annual Banquet in the Grade School mulit-purpose room. Honored guests were the District Officers: Leon Buck, Reporter; Pat Mulloy, Treasurer; Janet Shove, President; and State Sen- tinal, Heidi Sharzman. Speakers were Debbi Roys who gave the welcoming speech, Heidi Scharzman gave the opening speech, Tracy Bailey said the FFA Creed, and Todd Dezellem ran the meeting. The new officers for 1981- 132 will be Greg Swezey President; Tracy Bailey, Vice-Prisident; Coeen Swezey, Secretary; .Nina Hagy, Treasurer; Cindie Furman, Reporter; Conn Swezey, Sentinal; ad Kerri Mathews, Chapter Sweet- heart. A slide show was shown and various awards were presented. The awards given included: Greenhand, Creed, Star Greenhand, Chapter Farmer, Star Chap- ter Farmer, DeKalb, Out- standing FFA member, State Farmer Honorary Chapter Farmer, American Farmer and Proficiency Awards. Those awarded the Greenhand Degree were: Martha Asmussen, Jants Dezellem, Carla and Christy Edwards, Jackie Gleason, Cindie Furman, Kris Holt, Gary Knowlton, Linda Lake, Pernecia Lisenbey, Michele Watklns, Kerri Mathews, Charlene McCraigle, Manuel Orozco, Jim Rice, Cindy Smith, Dee Dee Squakin, Conn Swezey, Barb Waggoner, Tracey Bailey, Jim Nolan, John Divis, Doug Hall, Kevin Tostenrude, Steve Driskell, Leren Holtz, Cliff Downing, and Mark Warren. The Star Greenhand Award went to Michele Watkins. Those awarded the Chap- ter Farmer Degree were: George Snider, Nina Hagy, Kurt Hensley, Debbie Reys, and Cynthia Wind/e. Burt Dobson received the Chapter Farmer Award. State Farmer awards went to Shaun Martin, Greg Swezey, Pat Mulloy, Laura Missionary visit Brewster Pastor Bob Folkenberg, who spent 14 years in Central America - - part of the time as president of the Seventh- day Adventist work there, was guest speaker Saturday morning at the local Adven- tist church. Waggoner, and Todd Dezellem. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Swezey, Mr. and Mrs. Mulloy, Mr. and Mrs. Waggoner and Mr. and Mrs. Dezellem all received Honorary Chapter Farmer Awards. Brad Fitzhugh received the American Farmer Degree aned is the first per- son from Brewster ever to get this award. Proficiency awards were received by John Divis, 2rid in Soil and Water Management; Loren Holt, 2nd in Ag Processing and 2nd in Outdoor Recreation; Cliff Downing, 2rid in Turf & Land- scape Management; George Snider, 2nd in Nursery Operations; Colleen Swezey, 3rd in Fruit & Vegetable Production and 3rd in Swine Production; Nina Hagy, 3rd in Home Improvement, 2rid in Crop Production, and 1st in Sheep Production; Kurt Hensely, 2nd in Fruit & Vegetable Production; Deb- hie Roys, 1st in Fruit & Vegetable Production; Cyn- thia Windle, 1st in Horse Proficiency; Jack Smith, 1st in Ag Mechanics; Steve Lake, 1st in Outdoor Recreation; Norm Swezey, Ist in Fish & Wildlife Management, 2nd in Home and Farmstead Im- provement, 1st in Swine Production, 1st in Divers- ified Livestock, 1st in Poultry, and 1st in Placement; Shaun Martin, 2nd in Horse Proficiency, 2nd in Sheep Production, and 1st in Soil & Water Management; Greg Swezey Ist in Floriculture, 1st in Ag Sales & Service, 1st in Sheep Production, 2nd in Diver- sified Livestock, 1st in Ag Electrification, 1st in Nur- sery Operations, and 2nd in Placement; and John Neumann, 2rid in Poultry Production. Laura Waggoner received a scholarship fron DeKalb and Todd Dezellem received the Most Outstanding FFA member award. This years FFA scholars are Charlene McCraigie, Freshman; Cynthia Windle Sophmore; John Divis, Junior; and Tom Roys, Senior. For entertainment the Whiskey River Band played and Kerr Mathews sang s solo. by Cindie Furman Quad City Eagles Dance Eagles members and bonaflde guests only ii i i i i i .ow..,..,.... Be0nPants vegetableS...i!/l/ =l.,== I lVVV 'I..1 Gardening Material Green Thumb Gardens Open 7 days a week 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tel. 686-9215 ii ii HERE WE GO AGAIN! "The county zoning ordinance was passed about a year ago. Now a coun- ty hearing will be held on May 26 to consider adding more restrictions. Some of the folks who want to stop growth in Okanogan County areat it again. Here are some of the proposals: 1. Houses in platted subdivisions must be set back 100 feet from com- mercial orchards. COMMENT: This takes away the property right of one owner and gives it to another. It opens the way for a demand that all new orchard plantings be set back 100 feet from property lines and public highways. Why change the law? 2. In the Methow: raise minimum lot size from 21/= acres to5 acres on the valley floor, even though the Health Department approves building on the smaller site. COMMENT: This makes it more costly to build a rural home. Why? 3. Restrict guest ranches to a minimum of 20 acres, and require them to set buildings back at least 300 feet from the road. COMMENT: If the property backs on a river, buildings must also be set back 200 feet from the river. Good screening can be done with a 100 foot setback as now required. Why change the law? We don't know what other restrictive ideas may be propOsed. We do fear that restrictions many of you fought to have removed from the originally proposed law may be put back in piecemeal. Remember the County Commissioner hearings on zoning that were held at Oroville, Okanogan, Brewster and Liberty Bell? You over- whelmingly demanded that the ordinance be made simpler and less restrictive. Several of the commissioners pub!tely stated that the or- dinance would never vass ff rut to a vote of he veople. But they passed it. Now there is a move to make the ordinance more restrictive. WHEN ARE WE GOING TO GET GOVERNMENT OFF OUR BACKS? The Planning Commission needs to be told that we have too much regulation now. The new ordinance ought to be allowed to work for a while before changing it. Your voice needs to be heard at the hearing in the Okanogan County Court House at 8 p.m., May 26, 1981. CITIZENS FOR EMPLOYMENT AND PLANNED GROWTH I I I I