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Pateros seventh graders learn of Eastern Hemisphere An innovative program at the Pateros High School permitted in depth study of the Eastern Hemisphere, customs, culture, and food, among those things being carefully examined. Under the guidance of teacher Vicki Shaw, the students spent lunch time, Wednesday, June 3, enjoying the fruits of their labor (or their mother's) as they shared a feast of various foreign dishes. Among the selections were Won Tons, Cabbage Roils, Sea Weed, Russian Pashka, Kaikino Tone and Tofu. Mrs. Shaw prepared the students for the array of new foods by asking them to take smaller portions and to try to refrain from saying "yuk" when confronted with seaweed. Some were dressed for the occasion with costumes that reflected those worn in other countries. they rose to the challenge ex- tremely well." This unique curriculum provided just another of the According to Mrs. Shaw, "The class worked hard as it was a' hard course, but creative means used to provide some enjoyment while learning. Ouad City Herald .June 11. 1981 Page 7 00Quad City Eagles 00uad CityArea Club Notes .... install officers Ted Huckabee to head Band Boosters Quad CRy Eagles Lodge, located in Bridgeport and their Auxiliary held their annual installation of of- ficers last week with the following people being seated. Auxiliary Louise Guerricabeltia, president; Sharon Mongeon (Jr. past president), past president; Billie Monroe, vice president; Kathy Washburn, chaplain; Peggy Ted Huckabee will preside over the Brewster Band Booster Club during the coming year, having been elected president at their June 2 meeting. Also elected were: Larry Washburn, vice president; Frank Reichert, treasurer and Jean Silvius, secretary. The upcoming Bonanza Days events were discussed at length and plans for the sponsorship of the Wenat- chee Youth Circus on June 27, were finalized. Sandy Thomas is chair- man of the concession stand to be operated throughout the evening of the circus. A telephone committee will arrange for help in setting up, selling food and tearing down during the evening. Mr. Thomas, band direc- tor, told the group many of his band members will be unable to play during the parade due to conflicting schedules with the Pony League baseball team. There are approximately sixty persons eligible to par- ticipate and Mr. Thomas ex- pects a turnout of at least 50 percent to march. A review of achievements for the Booster Club by Frank Reichert revealed that approximately $3,000.00 has been raised and spent on the music program at the school. "We have purchased instruments, stereo systems and choir robes, among many other things," said Reichert. In other business, the Brewster Legion annual report American Legion Post 97 Commander Kenneth R. Schutter recently filed the Annual Report for the Spring Conference which reviewed all the accomplishments of the local post. Among these were: send- ing two boys to Boys State and donating to Boy and Cub Scouts, to Sunshine and Happiness Association, Veterans in Need, the Aaron Harvey Fund, Brewster Lit- tle League, Brewster School Musi Department, The Vietnam Memorial, Washington State Veterans Hospital, Brewster Bicycle Rodeo, Christmas Care packages and Brewster Chamber of Commerce. Their Color Guard mar- ched in parades, they per- Returns from a formed three military funerals, they presented two citizenship awards to high school students, they per- formed three memorial ser- vices at three separate locations for Memorial Day, celebrated Veterans Day, held flag education and opened their post for meetings of the Brewster Jaycees and the Brewster Chamber of Commerce. Their total charitable con- tributions were $3830.00 and their expenditures on club improvements $2,000.00, raised through weekly family night games and Reno Nights. The post also visited and hosted Lumby Post in British Columbia. "We've had an excellent year," said Schutter, "We hope to have an even better year ahead." group decided to send a member of the high school band to the Drum Major School this summer, in order to prepare a student to take over aRer Tom Reichert's graduation in 1982. Everyone was reminded to save their aluminum cans and paper as a recent recycling sale netted the group approximately $ioa.oo. Aerie Officers Jim Bebee, president; Bill Hill, past president; Terry Hayes, vice president; Jim Washburn, chaplain; Don Monroe, secretary; Stan Sheets, conductor; Ernest Mauk, treasurer; Fred Knapper, inside guard; Jim Briggs, trustee; Robert Riggs, trustee and Dewey Brown, trustee. Stotts, secretary; Marflyn Rader, conductor; Gwen Williams, treasurer; Norabelle Briggs, inside guard; Stella Bebee, outside guard; Leta Shrable, trustee; Phyllis Novotny, trustee and Nancy Cornehl, trustee. Sharon Mongeon and Ken Fader were installing of- ficers for their respective lodges. Lorraine Patrick, Jan Wilson, Dorothy Kllne and Hllma Pryor Brewster Triangle Club installs Brewster Triangle Club recently held their in- stallation of officers in the Wilson Long House with Ila Reuner serving as installing officer and Phyllis Meyer as installing marshall. Officers seated were Lorraine Patrick, president, Dorothy Kline, vice president, Jan Wilson, secretary and Hilma Pryor, treasurer. Jan Plumb, a guest from selections playing her own Bridgeport, provided enter- accompaniment on her ac- tainment by singing several cordion. Ulillllnllllllllllllllllllllllnlllltlllllllllllllll Ill I I I Illlllll I I I I Jl II U ilIIIOOlII|I|II|,IU|IIIIIIII|IIIIIII|IIII,,IIII,I 4th Grade Camp Fire girls at Fort Ohnogan Museum with Ranger Sherman Scott and Inter- ,5O00, m il e;trip ..... Mr. and Mrs. Homer Grace returned the last of May from a 5,000 mile trip which took them to Carmin, Oklahoma to visit Homer's 93 year old mother, Rose Grace. They also visited his sisters, Mrs. Jay Copenhaver and Mrs. Jim  Petress in Oklahoma. Returning they toured Grand Canyon, Zion National Park and Brice 4-H Club to meet Triple B 4-H Club will meet The group will discuss June 17, 1 p.m. at the Bonanza Daysparticipation, Brewster Park according to then swim in the Brewster Charlie Hensley, club repot- pool. ter. Local Democratic club largest in state The Columbia Democratic delegates to the state con- preterValerlel)eLauae. Canyon. They went across Women's Club met Wed- vention at Richland, June 19 ("amp Fire group has Uh to Flagstaff, Arizonato nesday at the home of Connle and20. ., New Mexico and Texas. Humphrey at Carlton, with President Hilma Pryor wildlife s'u'l: ay o [lu"ng Returning h0me they visited Minnie Campbell as co- gave data on the national relatives in Oregon, Idaho hostess, convention in Indiana and and in Seattle. It was reported that. this 5th District Regional Direc- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Munn group is the largest in the tor Ila Renner requested Brewster Fourth Grade Camp Fire Girls studied birds, wildlife and history of the area in their cook-out, Saturday, May 30. First they toured Ft, Okanogan Museum where Ranger Sherman Scott and Interpreter Valerie DeLaune told them about life in an ac- tive fur trading fort on the Okanogan and Columbia River. Then they went to Bridgeport State Park to look at the birds and animals. A special treat was an interesting discussion of birds with Greg Butcher, a University of Washington Ornithology Major who is studying the habits of the Eastern Orioles that live at the park during the spring and summer. He showed the girls several oriole nests, which always hang below the branches, and pointed out the mother bird who was scolding near by. He ex- plained the migration habits of the orioles, who winter in Mexico, as well as iden- tifying several other birds in the area. After a cook out of Pigs in a Blanket roasted over the coals and finishing S'mores, the girls held their end of the year ceremonial. All mem. bers received the honor beads they had earned this spring. Camp Fire Candy Sales awards were given to all who bad participated in the candy sale. Magazine Sales awards were given to Micka Duck, Mary Alice Groeneveld and Shelly Brown. Members attending the day long activity were Roseanne Sinclair, Tamrny Pau, Lisa Cornelius, Hannie Kirk, Micka Duck, Mary Alice Groeneveld, and Shelly Brown. Shawna Schutter and Tammy Shenyer were una.ble to attend. The girls were accompanied by leaders Mary Sinclair and Stella Brown. Camera Club meeting changed The Camera Club has changed their regular mon- thly meetings to the third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. The June 16 meeting will be in the basement of the Community Medical Center. Chris Miller from Miller's Camera in Wenatchee will be guest speaker at this 'meeting. The public is in- vited to attend this and all meeting. The Camera Club photography props which were so popular at Bridgeport Daze will be in operation during the Brewster Bonanza Days celebration on June 27. Be sure to visit with club representatives and have your photo taRen. HELLO I. C0me In & Meet Us l Peggy & Tara Sturges New Owners & Operators Be Sure & See The New M Summer Dresses Oue Teens to Queens Sizes ter Tel. 12 from Maryland were visitors of Homer Snyder in Methow. Homer and Jack were college friends and hadn't seen each other for several years. The Mike Grace family were recent visitors in Methow and Twisp. They especially came to help Mrs. Grace's mother with a bit of work around her home in Twisp: state, entitling it to ten resolutions for the state con- ventlon. Mini platform items and Rock Club studied.the budget report were plans. meetmg Chief Joseph Rock and Mineral Club will meet June 15, 7 p.m. at the Bud Shull residence in Brewster. Initiative 404,, opposing redistricting, was presented for signatures. A no-host noon luncheon meeting in the city park was scheduled for the July I date, with a family and friends evening potluck planned for August at the Wlisons'. Get La-Z-Boy for Father's Day America's favorite chair. 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