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k! 00TOPS news . L  Betty 1 TOPS I,a uad CifyArea Club Notes ..... ,nc,u00ed Mansfield Lions host youth fishing day the frying pan. Many a proud angler may have a little difficulty eating their prize catch as most of the toddlers regarded their fishies as close friends after packing them around most of the afternoon. Mike Kenough caught the largest fish of the day. His catch weighed 2 pounds and measured 18 inches. The Lions fed their little fishermen hot dogs, punch and roasted marshmallows for them. The Lions Club sponsored a fun day of fishing for the youth of Mansfield at Alex McClean's Ranch Sunday af- ternoon. About thirty youngsters fished McCleans well stocked pond, each lan- cling a trophy to take home to Slides shown at Grange meeting The members agreed to enter a float in the Bonanza Days parade, to include 50 and 25 year members. Marge Hagy will head this committee, as well as assisting with a sales booth, which will include new State Grange cook books. Many entries in recent contests were acknowledged by chairman Hilrna Pryor, who named many ribbon winners. A resolution regarding commercial and sports fisheries was referred to the proper committee and will be acted upon at the next meeting, May 28. The relief committee has sent many cards recently to those ill or hospitalized. A special program was arranged at Brewster Grange Thursday night. The executive committee called on members Harold and Berniece Lamberton, and visitor Jerry Tretwold, who presented a group of slides on resuscitation and emergency processes, with group participation in var- ious lifesaving procedures. Bridgeport students display year of art work Betty Pomeroy won the TOPS paper contest which many items amounting to about $38.00. She was able to win by a suc- cession of weight losses. Her prizes consisted of paper towels, napkins - - even paper dollars! She was also best loser of the week. Marie Bachmeier, from Montana, visited the meeting with her sister, Dorothy Bowling. Door prize . was won by Margaret Lupkes. No No foods for next week are ice cream and potatoes. Twelve members weighed in. Co-leader Judy Grable gave a talk on eating natural sugars instead of concen- trated and motives on why we want to lose weight. Seniors dance Senior citizens from Tonasket, Ellisforde, Oroville, Wenatchee, Soap Lake, Portland and Ephrata joined the usual dancers from Omak and the Quad Cities last Saturday in the Brewster Senior Center. 54 danced to the music of the Road Runners. Don Evans, chairman of the Brewster Senior Citizen's Friday evening card parties let a flu bug catch up with him so had to stay at home and was happy to have Walter and Dora Kulp substitute for him. Six tables of pinochle were at play with Ralph Wright and Lou Payne having high scores; Pros Schutter and Willameta Crofoot had low. Eileen Shenyer won the traveller and Eva Young drew the door prize. Don says he'll be back Friday night and hopes pinochle players will come in droves ! Pencil shading, 7th and 8th grades Weaving and oil photography and a puppet tree. Students were encouraged to enter several pieces and to sell some. About $50.00 was ,, , ,., earned by the young artists. ,,-/,; One hundred sixty signed the guest book not including families and others who did not sign. The students were pleased to have local artists Jim Rea and Mrs. Pat Wells come to view their work. Kerry Little won first place in the exhibits. Everyone enjoyed the show and the students feel that it was a real success. Planning a wedding? Forms available at the Quad-Clty Herald office to fill out so we will have com- plete information to write your wedding story. . Bridqeoort Qd.C',t.e., .............................. _,._L .... p,_e9 FFA has annual banquet Back Row, left to right; Mary Zaccanti, Kelth Zwelgle, Rick Wessehnan, Rod Wesseiman, Matt Clarlmon, Leon Buck, Marie Wesseimun and Rodger Brown. Middle row, left to Keith Zweigle, 1981-82 vice president, received the nur- sery award and 2nd place swine award; Rick Wesselman, apple team pin, showmanship award and participation trophy; Rod Wesselman, participation trophy and awards in beef, diversified livestock, State Farmer Degree and is a candidate for state office; Matt Clarkson, swine, leadership and scholarship awards with a grade point average of 3.94 and also the State Farmer Degree; Leon Buck, M.C. for the evening and Star Chapter Farmer. Query Club Bridgeport Query Club met in the home of Maybelle Plemons last week. The and Mary Zaccanti received program consisted of roll tfle honorary Chapter Far- call items by the eleven ner degree for all the help present. Next meeting will they have given FFA and its be with Bertha Butts. members over the years. "Leadership from the senior FFA members had helped not only the Chapter but also helped to develop leadership qualities in the younger members," FFA advisor, Rodger Brown told assembled members, paren- ts and friends at the annual FFA banquet last Thursday evening. Leon Buck, 1980-81 president presided over the meeting and emceed the program. State FFA treasurer, Monte Spence, Clarkston, gave the in- vocation and later the speech of the evening about the value of FFA standards in the personal lives of young people. Janet Shove, Omak, District President, gave a short talk and Patrick Mulloy, Brewster, District Treasurer, was introduced. The meeting was opened by current officers with awards being presented by Mr. Brown and Leon Buck. Both Marie Wesselman Tim Hillock received the participation trophy, second in mechanics, and is Chapter delegate to FFA State Con- vent[on at Washington State University in June; Janice Cavadini, 1981-82 president, sheep award, second in public speaking and the over-all scholarship award with a 4.0 grade point average. Carnie Carr, is tresurer and Star Greenhand; Debbie Styers, secretary and received a pin for apple judging; Bob Tur- Citizen group meeting tonight Citizens In Action: in Brewster for time and illegal aliens. That meeting Division for the Deportation place, will be held at the Brewster of Illegal Aliens will be On May 26, Sheriff John Grade School Multi-Purpose meeting Thursday evening, Johnson will address the room and starts at 7 p.m. May 21. Contact Bill Sachse group on the subject of Pottery with batik hanging in background Bridgeport High School held their annual art show last Thursday. Students have been saving their best pieces of work since the beginning of school last Sep- tember. They try throughout the year to increase their skills and knowledge of dif- ferent media. This year's show exhibited paintings done in water color, oil, acrylic,ink, pencil, chalk stencils, silk screen, block prints, batik, pottery, weaving, macrame, Class of 1981 We are impressed with your great potential and we wish each of you success in reaching your goals .... The Graduates of 1981 will face new and exciting challenges which we know they will meet successfuUy. Brewster Drug & True Value Hardware Brewster Tel. 689-2421 FFA Dads treated to spaghetti dinner Dads to several games of volleyball. The Dads won all games except the last one. Co-chairman Deanne Hull and Christine Meyer repor- ted a good time was had by all. Pateros FHA'ers treated their Dads to a Spaghetti Dinner at the annual Father- Kid Night April 28 at the Pateros High School. Following the dinner, the FHA'ers challenged their PRICES on all new Echo Chainsaws & Grass Trimmers Youngblood's Small Engines & Rentals E 3 miles north on old hiwaY 97 ::)013 off , O01FLIAI)4S .180[,$ PblO ,L6s 0PL319 SJOUJLUIJ 80 308Z3 right; Tim Hillock, Janice Cavadini, Cart', Debble Styers, Bob Turner and Wes Turner. Front row, left to right; Dennis Lltchfleld and Lyn Sale. ner, vegetable award and Wes Turner, public speaking. Dennis Litchfield received the mechanics award and Lyn Sale was runner-up in the Star Greenhand contest. FFA members presented Mr. Brown with a plaque to show their appreciation for his dedicated leadership and help in their projects and his concerned interest in their personal lives. Alan Adams was named Reporter for the new year, Terry Whitiey, Sentinel and Danise Cartwrlght will be Chapter sweetheart for the 1981-82- year. 00Congra Grads.I #; State Electric says with o @@ 10 : l, O0 graduation gifts -HairBIowers - Pizza makers  Hair Curlers - HOt Lather Kits  Hair Stylers DeSk Lamps , Makeup mirrors  Clocks . POpcorn Poppers - Hamburger makers State Electric , Brewster Tel. 689-2321  tr -'--: -,.----r-4 --'Ir'. "P' MEMORIAL DAY Monday, May 25 On ly YOU Will Remember Your Loved Ones... Give Them Honor With Flowers and Wreaths. The Most Appropriate And Beautiful Remembrance You Can Show Your Loved Ones On This Special Day I. ORDER EARL Y Wherever You Go This Memorial Day... I DRIVE CAREFULLYI L:,;. " ' ,.  "It .... ,d - .  Flowers Show You Remember ,, . ,r,Z:" ,'.;.--  alilil .'  ..... . Order your memorials " .  2"''.," m,,_ " :'" ' "" "" , ,,...,..:,. -,', , ,,,, ..  " /  -"'" "  .' ........... world I,ia F'TD. . .;. '-" -?.-.. 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