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Quad City Herald FAMILY &amp; FRIENDS Amie Downer and Ch14stopher Snell plan July 11 we0000'ding Christopher Snoll and Amy Mario Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Downer of Everett and Ms. Betty Hansen of Bridgeport have announced the en- gagement and forthcoming mar- riage of their children Amy Marie Downerand Christopher Snell, both of Spokane. The couple will exchange wed- ding vows at one in the afternoon on July 11 in Finch Arboretum which is locatel on the Old Sunset Highway. A reception will follow in the Spokane House. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Everett High School and attended Evergreen College before moving to Spokane where she plans to fin- ish her schooling. She is currently employed at the Eddie Bauer store in Northtown and serves in the Naval Reserve. The groom-to-be attended Bridge- port High School graduating in 1985. He also attended WSU in Pullman for two years then transferred to EWU in Cheney to obtain his degree in teaching. Chris works a part-time schedule at Roadway Inn, volunteers lime to help Spokane's elderly, and also serves in the Naval Reserve, but in another unit, in Spokane. The couple are planning a short honeymoon and will make their first home in Spokane. Travel to Branson, Missouri Recently returning from a trip to St. Louis, Missouri, Little Rock, Arkan- ms, and Branson, Missouri, was Olive Schmidt of Bridgeport. She flew from Sea-Tat to S t. Louis with her sister and brother-in-law, Lfllian and Eric Johnson of Seattle, then on to Little Rock where they joined a Good Tune Chariots tour bus from Marysville, Washington. The majority of the tour group were from the Seattle area. The trip through Little Rock in- eluded the Governor's mansion and the Slate Capitol building. Other stops on the way to Branson and the return to Little Rock included Eureka Springs, Harrison, Blanchard Springs Caverns, Ozark Folk Center State Park, Silver Dollar City; Colleg e of the Ozarks, and Table Rock Dam. The Great Passion Play which was held near Eureka Springs was "an en- lightening experience". It was per- formed in an outdoor amphitheater that seats 4,100 and included 250 actors and live camels, doves, donkeys and sheep. It is the story of Christ's crucification. Also visited were the statue of "Christ of the Ozarks" and Thomcrown Chapel. Entertainers seen in Branson in- eluded Andy Williams; Welk Show with the Lennon Sistexs, Jo Ann Castle, Ken Delo and Tom Netherton; the Lennon Brothers; Mel Tdlis and fam- ily; ShojiTabuchi andYakov Smimoff. Upon returning to Seattle, Olive spent several days visiting her sister in Seattle and her brother in Arlington. May 28 Bmwster:Volunteer Firemon,AicolicsAnonymous, Grange Pateroe: Volunteer Firemen Bridgeport: Volunteer Firemen, Fire District #7 Mcthow: Volunteer Firemen Mansfield: Volunteer Firemen May 30 Pateroe: Alcoholics Anonymous May 31 Brewlder: Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous June 2 arewlter: NarcotiosAnonymous, Bridle Club, Okanogan County Fire District #5 Ambulance, Chamber of Commerce June 3 Bmwster: Columbia Democratic Women,American Legion Post 97,American Legion Auxiliary Unit 97, Take Off Pounds Sensibly, Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous Mansfield: 4-H Club Bridgeport: United Methodist Women, Planning Commission FATHER OF TI00E YEAR CONTEST If you know era club that would fike to be listed in the Community Calendar please call 689-2507 and let us know. Thank you/ Three Brewster seniors at UCA anticipate graduating May 31 Three Brewster students antici- pate receiving diplomas from Upper Columbia Academy at 10 a.m. com- mencement exercises Sunday, May 31, at the Spangle campus. Chelane Canwell, Patti Mejia and Danny Hanson plan to participate in weekend services starting with Con- secration, Friday, May 29, at 7:30 p.m. and Baccalaureate Saturday morning, May 30, at 11 a.m., with all services at the Academy Convo- cation Center. UCA is a Seventh-day Adventist boai'ding high school. Colville Confederated Tribe's Mill Bay Casino's 4th AnnUal Anniversary & June 11, 12, 13 & 14, 1998 Stickgame Prizes totaling """'" $20.000 Stickgame team 'k Play begins Samrday, (pro-registration June 13. 1998 available) Olin games registmti ends. 3 , Fnday night. Over $19,800 Drum Contest in Dance Prizes 1st prize $2,000 Vendor Booths Arts & Crafts $200 Weekend Food Vendors $400 Weekend ($150 pre-registered) ($300 pre-registered) : ::':':<i ::':.'::' :: ::: :'; .:: ::::# ':'::.:::::':: $"  '...'::?: [i:':: :: : :: :. %] . :...:: ::.::.::: $'::::?.':::'+ ::.'.::::.:: .:: : : .:: ::ii i?. i:::: ":i:: ::::?.: ::: .:' Free RV paddng, no hookups, showers available. Tepee pre-registmtion recommondL This is a Drug & Alcohol Free Event Not responsible for lost or stolen items. For more information call (800) 648-2946 ext. 11. QCH Subject to change at managnment's discretion. Vacations in Florida Ed and Maribeth Burns were joined by daughter Edee and Derik Harris, Ethan and Elena of Renton, for last week's vacation in Florida. With the family, too, were Maribeth's sisters, Eleanor and Thelma Vipond of Cranton, Rhode Island, niece Juli Entin of Fall River, Massachusetts, nephew John Entin and friend Mehgan of Hood River, Oregon. Most days were in the 90's, ideal for swimming and water skiing at the Orange Lake Resort where they head- quartered. They also visited Wet and Wild Water Park, New Animal King- dora, SeaWofldand spenta day at a SL Petersburg beach. For the record, the Burns got pictures of grandson Ethan, 2 1/2, holding a baby alligator at the Sunken Gardens. Visit Memorial Wall Olive Schmidt of Bridgeport and her daughter Kathleen Schmidt and herdaughter EmilyofWenatcheetrav- eled to Leavenworth last Thursday to view the Viet Nam Memorial Travel- ing Wall which has over 50,000 names engraved on it. They took rubbings of the three service men from Bridgeport who lost their lives serving their coun- try in Viet Nam. The ladies Were very impressed with the Memorial. ,Visits family here Bill Word Jr. came from Bellevue to spend the holiday weekend with fam- ily. He stayed with his brother Karl and Debbie Word in Chelan Friday night traveling on to Brewster Satur- day to be with his mother and grand- mother Audree Word and Alta Clendenin. Time was also found to visit with friends before returning to Bellevue on Monday. Monday Karl and Debbie spent several hours in Brewster visiting Au&ee and Alia. They also attended the Memorial Day ceremonies at the Brewster Bridge and Cemetery. Attends graduation Don and Sandy Childers flew to Denver to attend the graduation of her daughter Kim Honda from the University of Denver Law School on May 16. She received a law de- gree after taking some speciatly classes in Corporate andFamily Law. A high light of the trip for Sandy was attending an early bridal shower for her daughter. Plans for the wed- ding are being made for early fall. The groom to be Jeff Key, also received his law degree from the University, specializing in environ- mental law. The young couple plan on making Denver their first home, The Childers arrived back home o#Monday, May 8, ....... May 8 1998 Kitty and Dr. AI Jones P=_"= 3 Missionaries to speak at Rocky Butte Church Dr. AI and Kitty Jones, Special- ized Assignment missionaries for the Church of the Nazarene in Ethio- pia, will be speaking tonight Thurs- day, May 28, at 7 p.m. at the Rocky Butte Church of the Nazarene, 504 Hwy. 173, Bridgeport Bar. All are welcome to attend. Child care will be provided if needed, call the church for arrangements. Re- freshments of finger food will fol- low in the Fellowship Hall. TheJoneses were appointedas mis- Double-take for first birthday Kaylee Pfeifer got to do a double- lake for her first birthday, May 21. Grandpa Marion and Grandma Kay Hanson served cake and ice cream at their home to the birthday girl- who quickly immersed herself in her own special cupcake-and her parents Jeff and Elaine. Also there were great grandmother Nellie Hanson, uncle Keith Hanson and friends Bill and Tonya Vallance, Genea, Kevin and Ken&a; JD and Becky Smith and Jamie. Possibly starting a tradition for a follow-up party were relatives who couldn't get to the first one. The family met May 24 at Grandpa Harold Pfeifer's in Pateros with aunt Jane Mill and friend Ben, aunt Leann and uncle Pat Kie&owski and children, all,of Pateros. I I sionaries to Nairobi, Kenya, in 1989. Dr. Jones currently serves as the Af- rica Northeast Field director, which includes Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia and Sudan. Mrs. Jones has taught at Kenya Nazarene Bible Col- lege and served as the Coordinator of Auxiliaries for the East Africa Field. The couple have two married sons: Daniel and David. Bar Belles meet at Schoenwalds Bar Belles club was hosted, for tile May 12 milling, at the honle of LaVola Schoenwald. The club welcomed Eunice Glandon. The June 9 meeting was planned for Sun Mountain with the ladies leaving from the home of Estelle Best at I 1 am. Unable to attend but receiving a gift from her secret pal the next day was birthday lady Sue Vranjes. Dessert and coffee were served. Ladies present were Dora Adams, Estelle Best, Ruth Dawson, Gert Davis, Donna Beadell, Sybol Dial, Joyce Hineline, Paula Peckham. A fun afternoon for all. The club's April meeting was held at the home of hostess PaalaPeckham. Paula's granddaughter Chrissy Treichel, who was visiting from Sumas, helped her grandmother serve a "delicious" dessert. Receiving a gift from her secret pal was April birthday lady, Sybol Dial. Easter cards were exchanged and members received an orchid courtesy of Brewster IGA. i) Father's Day Sunday, June 21, 1998 Write us a letter telling why your father should be "Father of the Year" and she could win prizes from all of these businesses. Don't wait/Pick up those pens and start writing. All letters must be received by Friday, June 12, 1998, 5:00 p.m. Judging will be Monday, June 15. The winner will be announced in the Thursday, June 18 issue of the Quad City Herald. Send letters to Quad City Herald, Attn: Father of the Year, P.O. Box 37, Brewster, WA. 98812 or drop off at 525 Main, Brewster, or Fax (509) 689-2508. The following businesses have all donated items for the Father of the Year Contest: Quad City Herald Brewster True Value & Hardware Brewster IGA Plus Razors Edge Design Team 7th Street Market Bear Cove Video/Pizza Grover's Building Supply La Milpa Webster Furniture Elliott's Flower Shop Pateros Ace Hardware Quik-E-Mart Wilson Gardens Steak House Restaurant Sunshine Cafe Boesel Motors Apple Avenue Autoparts & Accessories / t /