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Page 4 June !1. 1981 Quad Clty_lie2 Band Boosters bring Wenatchee Youth Circus for Bonanza Days Weaatchee Youth Circus- High wire art All those planning to stay in town during Bonanza Days will most assuredly have a real bonus awaiting them, inasmuch as the Brewster Band Booster's Club ls spomoring a perform- ance of the Wenatchee Youth Circus on Saturday June 27, 7 p.m. at the Brewster High School Foot- ball Field. Folks can expect to see Jugglers, double trapeze acts, tumbling, cycling, flying trapeze stars and clowns, clowns, clowns! There will also be a few surpirses in store. .The Wenatchee Youth Cir- cus dates hack to 1953 when Paul K. Pugh, a Junior high school advisor in Wenatchee, Washington, began teaching the art of tumbling to a few youngsters at a YMCA after school hours. Paul soon add- ed tight wire and other cir- cus skills to the repertoire because of the enthusiasm displayed by the students. Believing the circus to be 'the medium' for developing sel/-rellance and diaipline in boys and girls and young taught and convinced par- ents and the community that it was also a medium to have fun and enjoy physical fit- ness. He himself studied professional circus perfor- mers ranging in age h-ore five to eighteen years. The equipment they use is valued at over ,000.000. Set up and tear down work is done by the youngsters. The group has preformed in Los Angeles at the Great Western Showgrounds and in Seattle for several conven- tions. Tickets for the perform- ance will be available at the Qnad City Herald Office in Brewster, or from any member of the Band Booster Club. A concession stand will be operated simultaneously with the show and will offer hot dogs, soda pop, and miscellaneous snacks. Rain Date is set for Sun- day June 28 at 2 p.m. Mansfield lists honor students Mansfield High School Honor Roll students are: Elton Lassiter, Tammy Mat- thiesen, Susan Preston, Dee Dee Magnuson, Elizabeth Peterson, Tammy Rigg and Colleen Lassiter. Junior High Honor Studen- ts are: Kristal Nordby, Jonathan Preston, Pam Tupling, Dirk Glessner and Doug Poole. High School principals list are the following: Esther Fitzgerald, Paula Magnuson, Dart Schmidt, Heather Schmidt, Kathy Bratton and Dan Lassiter. Junior High Principals list are Ric Bayless and Lorraine Depner. Bridgeport SBA officers elected Bridgeport Student Body officers have been elected for the 1981-82 term with the following results. Rick Wesselman, president; Janice Cavadini, vice president; Raelynn Buck, treasurer; Susan Brincken, secretary. Cheerleaders for next year will be Neva Day, Raelynn Buck, Rene Wells, Debbie Styers, Jacque Mongeon and Cheryl Livingston. Coffee hour held for departing priest The Ladies of Sacred Heart Altar Society held a coffee hour immediately following mass Sunday mor- ning. The occasion was to honor Father David Bruin- bach who will be leaving the Brewster Catholic parish in a couple of weeks. A cake appropriately decorated with the fitness form of a runner was served, along with rolls, juice and coffee. Father Brmnbach will be going to the Newman Center at Washington State Univer- sity in Pullman. Father Joseph Bell will be coming from St. Thomas More parish in Spokane to be the new pastor of Sacred Heart Church. Methow Church honors graduates Methow Evangelical Methodist Church honored their graduates by presen- ting a study Bible to them. Those receiving Bibles were Martha Hofmann. $tephante Tschutter, Mark Trim and Ernie Bradshaw. Others presented with gifts friend Marilyn of Everett. 8th grade graduates honored were Margaret Schluneger and Mary Hull. A potluck was held in honor of all the graduates and the new member of the Church, Mrs. Bertha Fields i of Pateros on June 7. Church Acfivifie00 a Foursquare Church to open here with new pastor The newly organized Brewster Foursquare Church will meet Sunday mor- Ring, June 14, 9:30 a.m. at the Seventh-day Adventist School in Brewster. All are welcome to attend. Pastor is Rev. David A. Parr, graduate of L.I.F.E. Bible College, the accredited college of the Inter- denominational Church of the Foursquare Gospel, in 1977. He served overseas in Central America, the cOun- try of Costa Rica where he attended La Institue de Lenguaje Esanoloa, missionary language school, studying the Spanish language. Upon completion of study he toured the coun- try of Spain ministering in newly established churches in Madrid. For the last two and one half years he has been co-pastor of the (Latin) Hispanic Congregation of Angelus Temple headquar- ters church, where he met his bride, Luell, whose parents are pastors in Syd- ney, Australia. Luell's grand- Knowltons have graduation party After the Brewster High and John, Joy Stanley, Nina School's graduation Hagy, Cindy Windle and ceremonies family and Patsy, Gary and Shari friends gathered to honor Knowlton. parents on her American mother's side live in Olym- pia, Washington. Barbecued Ribs Potato Salad Baked Beans & Roll SSBS 04 p.m. American Legion Club Brewster were Lois Landon and her , Ron Knowlton at his home. -- ....... ------ -'" ey AttendingwerePatandBettYF''''''--'' Troutman, Julia Yocom, Toots Hadl honored Ann and Tyler Tr0ut- TV DA D man, Art and Ruth y Buckingham, Dick and Steve ' TH LVV E .... ttpfrmSeattletVictrla" John and Steve, Dorothy Inc. honored Wilma (Toot) Hadley with a retirement dinner on Thursday, June 4 at the Westerner in Omak. Toots has been employed as a secretary since 1967, with May 29 being her last day in this capacity at Magi. She was gifted with a train trip to Disneyland and a boat Chamber hears investment counselor method. He gave a hypothetical case of a 1975 investment of $10,000 in the Boeing Aircraft Corp. saying "A five year investment would have netted $136,000.00." Tom Wilson, an investment counselor from Omak, gave a brief rundown of the potential in investing as a hedge against inflation as will us making retirement years more secure. Accor- cling to Wilson, "About 95% of people reaching their 'golden years' are broke." He assured the members of Chamber, "The stock market is alive and well," and urged people to consider it as an alternative savings of concern," he chided. Wilson is a native of Aberdeen, Washington and a graduate of Eastern Washington University. Several new members were welcomed into Chamber, Marlene Car- ter, Julie Rawson, Dale Wood, and Lucy Shull. The next meeting will be Monday, June 22, and will consist solely of Bonanza Days planning. Brewster Briefs Del and Pat Lautensleger drove to Pullman Saturday to help move daughter Shellle home from WSU for the summer months. He evoked laughter when he told the qualifications of a counselor, "Two things are required, gray hair and hemorroids; one makes you look distinqulshed, the other gives you a look celebrate her birthday with her parents the Lyle Michels. George and Irene Lassiter and Ervin and Luane Lassiter traveled to Canada over the weekend. Weekend visitors at the Bud Smith home were his sister and her husband, Bud and Colleen Galipeau of ColviUe. Visiting the Bill Wood family several days this past week were Sue's sister Margaret Allen and her daughter Marcia of Seattle. Denise Michel came from Spokane Tuesday and Wed- nesday of last week to 00estern Straw Hats western Shirts Action Jeans J.R. Approved Ginny's Brewster Co-workers attending 're Judy and Gene Howell, Bob and Phyllis Clem, Mel an G'ail Broughton, Jan Morris; Mike and Carol Knowlton, Lester and Mada- laine Waddell, John and IAn- da McCormick, Tom Pitts, Ed Myers, Bob Wilson, Pat- sy Wilson and Melodie Thomas. Pateros Locals Jeff, Jay and Jimmy Thomas are staying with their father Charles in Okanogan for the summer. The boys are down from Sitka, Alaska. Randy and Patty Nickel] traveled to Spokane to at- tend her brothers high school graduation. They returned home on Sunday. The incidences of passing around colds and flu i germs among family mere. bers are believed to be fewer Family dinner Georgia and Ernest Longanecker hosted a family dinner at their home on Saturday, June 6. Atten- ding were Georgia's sister Genevieve Wheeler of Har- mony, N.C., her daughter Jenny Beninteni and daughter Angle of Kirkland. The Longanecker's daughters Marllyn Roehr of Tonasket and Rosella Swallow of Okanogan, Wilma and Charlie Buckingham of Bridgeport, Gene and Viola Alexander, Verne and Dorothy Canfield of Brewster and the Alexan- der's daughter LaDonna Thornsberry and family of Wenatchee. with families using dish. Former resident Laverne washers. Higher water tern. Holt Hardesty and Ernie peratures and strong de. tergents get the credit: Gullardio of Long Beach were weekend visitors at the Don Lautens]eger home on 'Evil deeds do not prosper; the slow man catches up with the swift." Homer Brewster Flat. / An historical sketch of Bridgeport, Washington ,. .." :... --.- .. .... Available at: Gross Drug Bridgeport Ouad City Herald Brewster =4 00 ea. Mail Orders- =4 5 project Bunch Grass % Jean Homer Box 1024 Bridgeport, Wa. .. -,,, 98813 i Jess, Edna Lourance, Sheryl Steelman, Patty Sing, Margaret Boersma, Terry and Nancy Thornton, Stephanie and Brian, Art and Velma Mills, Mona Divis In Europe Kit McCall of Methow and her sister Helen Elledge of California, recently returned from a two week trip in Europe. They enjoyed seeing some of Holland, Belgium, West Germany and Swit- zerland. They very much en- joyed a trip in the Alps and a boat ride down the Rhine. June21 REMEMBER this date. It's Plants... . Dish Gardens...  Special Personal Arrangements... Elliott's Flower, Shop Brewster Tel. 689-2378