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Mrs. Peggy Sturges and daughter Tara Sturges 'Miss Que' Dress Shop has new owners Mrs. Dick (Peggy) Sturges became the new owner of the Brewster ladies apparel shop known as "Miss Q" on Tuesday, June 2, when former owner Mrs. Johnye Cruse handed over the keys before heading U-Hauls at Texaco Bob's Triangle Texaco is now the U-Haul dealer for this area. Trucks and trailers are both available at the service station. Kevin Misner is a new em- ployee at Bob's Texaco station. to the Tri CRies to join her husband now employed there. Mrs. Sturges said she has always had an interest in clothing therefore she thought, "why not," when she knew the shop was to be sold. A former Californian, she came to the area ap- proximately two years ago to visit, and says, "I fell in love with the area, went home, sold out and retur- ned." She also claims she has had "no disappoint- meats," since moving here and really "loves the people." Her husband owns the 'Sunny Slope' Orchard be- tween Monse and Malott, where they reside. The shop will retain the same name and an Open House is planned "As soon as I get organized and our new stock arrives," she said. Mrs. Sturges' daughter, Tara, who is about to become Mrs. Larry Brewnlee (Pateros) on June 20, is helping her mother get settled into the shop. Both mother and daughter say they love meeting all the people here and shared the fact that they made a trip back to California in March and Just "couldn't war to get home to this area." Brewster Policemen giving Mariner baseball cards Deputy Sheriff, Gary and local police departments child. Bowling, with the Okanogan in contact with one another "Kids can trade cards with County Sheriff's Depart- on a friendly basis, allowing one another as they attempt ment, visited the Brewster youth to see policemen as to get an entire set," said Kiwanis Club L Thursday, friends. Cline. He also said "It helps i;ii!i!i Jack Groeneveld, Larry Cllne, J. C. Sflvius and Trevor Kelpmun looking over the assortment of cards available. June 4, bringing along a box of Seattle Mariner Baseball Cards for distribution to local youth. The program was created to bring the young people The cards were later given to Police Chief Larry Cllne who will keep them on hand at the police station for visiting clRldren. One card per visit will be issued each Holmes visit Ed and Io Holmes recently returned fra a Irip to Storm Lake, Iowa where they at- tended the funeral service of Io's brother Noel B. Stimsen, also Mildred Harrison's in Iowa brother. Mr. Stlmson will be remembered by friends in Brewster as he and his wife visited here many times. I Rio Theatre Friday, Saturday, Sunday June 12, 13, 14 *l"-chlldren, '2S-adult, '3-loges Friday & Saturday 7&9, Sunday 7 us get acquainted with local children and builds up their confidence in us, as friends." Cline added "These things go along with crime prevention, which is the department with which Gary Bowling is associated with in our county." Quad City Herald June 11. 1981 0000__-Sfric 'y Busines-00 A unique hobby--- Pizza Plus, h00c. collecting apple labels to open in Brewster A pizza parlour, featuring homemade pizza, soup, sand- wiches, salad bar and homemade pastry is slated to open during the Bonanza Days June 27 and 28 if all goes according to plan, says Lynda Luthi, manager. The business will locate in the former Goehry Used Car building on Rt. 97. Mrs. Luthi and Marye Cooper of Brewster are partners in the venture which will feature steak on Friday nights only. "We will be able to seat 30 to 40 people," said Mrs. Luthi who says she loves working with the public and is looking forward to being in business. Mr. John Luthi, husband of Lynda is doing most of the remodeling in between his duties as maintenance supervisor of Magi, Inc. of Brewster. The Luthi's have four children, live on the Bridgeport Bar and have been in the area ap- proximately 1 years. Mrs. Cooper, wife of Cal Cooper of Brewster, also has four children and resides in Brewster. Jerry Pennington forms own business Jerry Pennington of Brewster has begun his Own lift truck field service business which will service all makes and models of lift trucks, mowers, sprayers, orchard tractors, and wind machines, in the local area. Jerry owned his own Texaco service station in Wenatchee from 1969 until 1973 and was head mechanic at the Chevrolet garage in Brewster for six years. He also spent three and one half years with the Inland Machinery Company, as the resident mechanic on lift trucks. He may be reached by calling his home phone num- ber and leaving a message. Jerry, his wife Carole and children Gins and Eric have resided in Brewster nearly ten years. Bridgeport lists honor students The Bridgeport High School honor roll for the third and final trimester, 1980-81 lists the following; 12th Grade Honor Roll, Matt Clarkson, Tammy Lewis, Terry Marshall, Janet Means, Lori Allen, Cathy Freeman, Debble Music, Randy DaM and Tim Hillock. Honorable Mention; Leon Buck, Brad Sloan, Tsmi Aseltlne, Dennis Litchfleld, David Ames, Michelle Rock- well, Rod Wesselrnan and Tins Zaccanti. llth Grade Honor Roll; Jon Perkins, Beth Ohlhauser, Cindy Bennett and Kerry Little. Honorable Mention; Shan- non Gere. 10th Grade Honer Roll; Susan Brincken, Raelynn Buck, Janlce Cavadini, Jacque Mongeon, Hank Whyborney, Rick Wesselman, Debble Styers, John Thane, Marty Hofer and Rene We. Honorable Mention; Jerry Day, Kelth Zwelgle, Russ Bunts, Scott Coliamore, Kris Conklin , Marvin Drake, Carole Carr, Joe Chubbuck, WeJ Jones, Cindy Payant and Marilee Turner. 9th Grade Honor Roll; Sheree Scott and Luclenne Cox. Honorable Mention; Jeff Butishauch, Valerie Means, Eric Clarkson, Henry Austin and Jeff Williams. 8th Grade Honor Roll; Vanessa Barnett, Patty Marshall, Sherilynn Seeley, Julie Cavadini, Michelle Simmons, Juan Martinez, Gary Thoren and Kristy Lit- tie. Honorable Mention; RickT ...... Little, Kevln Benson, Mike Butlsbauch, Dennis Ohllmur, Tom Weisburn, Chuck Wyborney, Rodger Miller, Chris Snell and Wade Taylor. 7th Grade Honor Roll; Karrie Conklln, Darla Hussey, Wendy Watson, Michelle Davis, Sonla Gar- za, Viola Martin and Bryan Thoren. Honorable Mention; Robyn Burns, David Cart- wright, Trudy Dodson, Denise Rockwell, Randy r pettlt, Randy Searcy, Lisa Cowell and David Zaoeanti. Visits the month of May Isabel Dunbar, Methow, returned home recently af- ter being gone for the month of May. She attended the graduation of grand-. daughter, DeAnne Dunbar' at Vennard College in Iowa 'and De Anne's wedding. She is the daughter of Mrs. Dun- bar's youngest son Tom. Mrs. Dunbar spent the rest of her time in Portland, Oregon where she visited with her sons and their families the Tom Dunhars and Virgil Dunbar. She also attended the wedding in GETTHEM HERE Father's Day June21 Large Selechon of Gift Ideas & Father's Day Cards Brewster Drug & True Value Hardware Brewster Tel. 689-2421 Oregon of granddaughter Marcia Harvey, the daughter of Dorothy Dunbar Harvey. Mr, and Mrs. Leon Board- man of Oregon visited Homer and Vivian Grace part of Sunday and Monday. Wayne Lehrman and a Magi label by ,Jean A. Silvius label. Staffwrlter His interest in labels In 1954, Wayne Lehrman of Brewster, began saving ap- ple labels. Now, twenty- seven years later, he has ac- cumulated over 2200 dif- ferent labels. Perhaps his proudest possession is the 'Buster Brown,' which originated right here on the Bridgeport Brewster District label Bar when R. F. Outcault, a Chicago artist, invested in an orchard, known as the Buster Brown. This was in the early 1900's. Mr. Out- cault designed the label which the shoe company later used and also in a one- picture cartoon about the characters portrayed in the Attends Indy 500 Ron and Joyce Anderson returned June 3 from a two week trip which took them to the Indianapolis 500 race in Indiana. They traveled first to North Dakota where Ron's brother and his wife, Duane and Elna Anderson, joined them for the trip to Indiana. According to Joyce the race was "very exciting but I found seeing that many people at one time to be every bit as exciting as the race." The Anderson's also en- joyed the Speedway Museum which displayed old, old, race cars with wheels "high up in the air," according to Joyce. Enroute home, the Ander- son's stopped again in North Dakota at their farm where they spent a few days paint- ing and just relaxing. While there, they had a visit from Wally and Doris Lauterbach who were passing through enroute home to Brewster from an East Coast visit. 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He will display his labels at the American Legion Home during Bonanza Days also. His willingness to talk to groups about the labels has been evident as he accepts many invitations to do so. Although they ceased using labels in 1956 (card- board boxes began to be used at that time) Wayne has managed to continue collecting and now can boast of labels from all over the state in addition to some from Germany, France, Australia, Holland and Argentina. "I trade, buy, and receive some as gifts," he said. He recently added pear labels and citrus fruit labels to his collection. When he not busy collect- ing, Wayne works as produce manager at the IGA and serves as part time funeral director for Barnes Funeral Home. He is also Cub Master for Pack 33, a member of Kiwanis and one of the most dedicated fishermen in the area. HIS wife Sandy and three sons, Stanley, 10; Dale 12; and Raymond, 14 also help him with the apple collec- tion. 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