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June 11. 1991 Quad City Her; ASB Officers PaterosH/ghSchooloffieerswhowlliserveuntll the beginning of the third trimester during the 1981-1982 year are, top row, left to fight; Steve Hook, vice-president; Brian Woods, president; Front row, left to right, Jesslea Meyer, secretary; and Roger Gulledge, treasurer. Pateros Cheerleaders High School Cheerleaders have been named with hack row, left to right, Lisa Massey, Leri Morigeau. Front row, left to right, Christine Meyer and Traey Dalrymple. Brewster Fitzhugh and Knomlton named"Athletes of theYear" Tami Fitzhugh and IRon ::: Knowlton were selected Brewster "Athletes of the Year" at the Spring Sports Award ceremonies Thnrs- day evening, June 4, in the grade school multi-p room. Baseball Team Captain award went to Randy Brown, Inspirational, Greg Swezey and Most Improved, Brian Paynter. Letter awards were presented to seniors, Randy Brown, Brian Paynter and Tom Roys; Juniors, Greg Swezey, Todd Moses and Jim Cutuli; sophomores, Shannon Morley and Gordy Martin; freshmen, James Vallance, Mark Dawson, Con Swezey and Chris Morris. JV certificates were given to John Vallance, Ron Sewell and Rick Holloway. Team members presented a gift to Coach Gary Drlessen and Assistant Coach Ernie lander. Tennis Girls Team Cap- ta award went to Angle Gamto, Inspirational award, Marci Benge; and Most Im- proved, Pam Tradup. Boys Tennis Co-Captains, Mike Symonds and Scott Benge; Inspirational award, Scott Benge; and Most Im- proved, Curtis Fox. Girls earning letters were Juniors Pam Dodge, Angle Gamlo and Daria Pritchard; freshmen, Marci Benge, Cindi Furman, Jackie Gleason and Tonya Schutter. Boys letter winners were seniors; Curtis Fox and Mike Symonds; Juniors Scott Benge, Brett Johnston and Tom Reichert; sophomores Doug Ross, Jeff Smith and Jon Symonds. The tennis team awarded a gift to Coach Dick Thomas. The track team named Ron Knowlton, Team Cap- tain; Ntna Hagy, In- spirational; and Most hn- proved girl, Cindi Bayley; Blue Nose Bears Heasley, Melody Bangh Less Johnson, Shammn Hammons, Staela Hard/e, M/say Kennedy, Terry McHenry, Darla Hussey, Julia Hussey and Jenny MeLuek[e. Red Hats m:.rZ Left to right, Jenny LaRoche, Darey Malone, Heather Boyd, Jane Dram, T ::':i Erlca Dunluma, Babe Weger, Pare Anson, Missy Williams, Melllsa Rockwell, Lori Benson, Kelly Haltorman, Ho y tiff i I J.BI Skierka of was in town visiting '!' varents the Bernard" Skierkas on Monday..  Irene Miller of K'/i w. he. and her mother, Mrs. Oladn!i! sampson over the weekenK iill and Lynda Williams, coach. Brewster Briefs Marlene Robinson drove to Spokane to pick up her husband Verne from his hospital stay at Sacred ' Heart. Marlene reports he is resting comfortably and will return to the hospital in' about four weeks for more tests. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Walker of Brewster traveled to Beaverdale, Canada during the past weekend. Beaver- dale is an old mining town and was Mike's home as a child. "We Just drove around and enjoyed a aulet day of sightseeing," says Carol. Julle Yocom, Ellensburg,: Mike, Ann and Tyler Trout- man of Kennewick were home visiting with the Pat Troutmans last week. While here they attended the gradtmtion of their nephew Ron Knowlton. Taml Fitzhugh Ron Knowlton Tennis Most bnproved boy, Todd lell. Girls earning track letters were Cindi Bayley, Nina Hagy, Staeey Fltzhugh, Tracl Brown, Rhonda Mc- Whortor and Dark Brown. Boys track letter awards, Norman Swe,ey, Todd Dezellem, Ron Knowlton, Kelly Brown, Manuel Oroz- co, Scott Sattler, Ed Riggan and Gary Knowiton. Ron Knowlton, at the time of the awards presentations, was one of 32 top athletes in the state competing in a decathalon in Olympia. Coach Jack McMUlan received a gift from his track team members. Brewster High School won the league championship this past year in football, basketball, baseball, tennis and track, so each athlete partidpating received a red t-shlrt with printing stating the novel event. Returns from :/ Pennsylvania Mrs. Fred Balcom (Herky) Just returned from a five Week visit to her home in Iselln, Pennsylvania, a coal mining town about forty miles from Pittsburg. She spent most of the five weeks visiting her mother, Mrs. Josephine Henry, who has been ill' for some time. Mrs. Henry is rdnety years old. She also visited with her ten sisters and brothers during her visit. Herky reports that she also learned to crochet back east and is busy working on an afghan right now. Visiting with Carrie Foley this past weekend were her daughter Blanche Smith of San Carlos, Ca. and her son and his wife Melvin and Doris Cox of Pasco. The fmll/es traveled to Wenat. chee to see Ralph Cox, recuperating after a serious illness. A family dinner was held at the home of Harold and Lorraine Cox on Monday evening. Fox, Mike Symonds, Angle Gamio, Marel Benge, Pam Tradup and Scott Benge. Baseball pay00tor, Kelly Brown andGreg Swezey Track00000000,ToddDezellemandCindiBayley Brewster pool schedules early swim Starting June 1'5 the way at the pool are Swim returning Brewstor Pool will be open Team and Women's Exer- Miller. at 6:00 aan. to 7:00 a.m. clsecla. Monday througl Friday for Swim team turns out daily the early morning swim. Monday through Friday Activities already under 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. under coach Mark If interested in these or other classes contact the pool office. :i k