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k paae 12 June 11. 1981 Quad City Herald George Pearsall, prosperous farmer from near Ophir, was in the city Wednesday. During the week the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Brown of Pateros, got in a mix-up with a cow, with the result that Master Brown got out with a broken leg. The Catholics in this sec- tion have almost completed arrangements for the early erection of a church. Mrs. Roy Harris and Mrs. Jake Deffland were a committee soliciting funds for the building and met with very flattering success. The location has been definitely located and construction is expected to commence next week. RTYYEARSAGO Mrs. Mabel Touseth has had as guests her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Shaee of Chehalis. Mrs. Henry Sornberger made a trip to Wenatchee Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Everts- busch and family attended the wedding of a friend in Chelan, Sunday. Charles and Dorothy Miller left for Seattle Wed. nesday morning after spin. cling a few days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller. Charles Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller of Pateros, was among ap- proximately 600 students who received their bachelor degrees at the 45th annual commencement exercises at Washington State College this morning. Miller made an exceptionally fine record and graduated with honors. Verla's Yarn Shop THIS SPACE FOR R00-00nr He received his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. THIRTY YEARS AGO The first accredited Horse Show, sponsored by the Brewster Bridle club, will be held here Sunday, with a large crowd anticipated. Building permits were issued this week to Danny Gebbers and Howard Gam- ble for residences. Mrs. Jacob Fries is recuperating from a major operation at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ray Warner. Godbey, Rudd and God- bey, the Red E Mix firm have a new International truck. The truck has been equipped with a ready mix cement unit. Norman Stranne was in- jured slightly while playing softball last Friday. He threw his shoulder out of place and will have to keep it in a sling for about three weeks. Here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mclntyre is Mrs. A. F. Pearson of Bremerton, Mrs. Mclntyre's mother. Crystal Phillips, infant daughter of Scott and Ronda Phillips, passed away May 30 in the hospital at Brewster. Survivors include her parents, Bridgeport. Graveside services were held Monday, June 8 at 1 p.m. from the Bridgeport Cemetery under the direction of Bar- nes Funeral Home, Brewster. J. LEE COOPER J. Lee Cooper, 85, of Chelan, and a pioneer resident of the Pateros area, died Saturday evening at Brewster Hospital. Mr. Cooper was born November 15, 1895, in Douglas Coun- ty, the son of William and Martha Cooper. In 1897, the family moved near Pateros where they planted an orchard at the Methow or "Cooper" Rapids on the Columbia River. He at- tended school at Pateros and was graduated from Lincoln High School in Seattle in 1913. He also attended the Univer- sity of Washington. Mr. Cooper was a veteran of World War I, serving in the Army. Following his discharge, he returned to Pateres where he entered the orchard business. In 1921, he was married to Gertrude Williams, at Portland, Oregon. Mr. Cooper had served on the Pateros School Board for eighteen years. He was also one of the organizers of the Methow Valley Growers Service, a cooperative warehouse operation and served as manager for more than ten years. In 1977, he was awarded the Apple Grower of the Year for Wenatchee - Okanogan Counties by the Washington State Horticulture Association, in recognition of leadership, hor- ticulture practices, and outstanding citizenship. In 1977, the Pateros Chamber of Commerce awarded him the Distinguished Service Award. Mr. Cooper was a member of the Pateros United Methodist Church; Columbia Lodge No 93, F. & A.M.; and the American Legion. Survivors include his wife, Gertrude, of the home; one son, Calvin of Brewster; two daughters, Mrs. Blaine Madden, of Browster, Martha C. Cooper, of Tucson, Arizona; nine grand- children and three great grandchildren. Services will be conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. from the PetarDs United Methodist Church with Rev. Kevln Dow of- ficiating. Committal services and interment will follow at Pateros Cemetery. Military services will be conducted by the American Legion. Visitation at the Barnes Chapel, Brewster, will be on Wednesday and on Thursday until noon. Memorials may be made to the Pateros United Methodist Church. In America and France a billion is a thousand mil- lion. In Great Britain and Germany it is a million million. If you want to be a billionaire, you'll find it easier if you stay right here in America. Ray Wallace and Truman Moomaw have had bad luck recently playing cowboys. Ray had the misfortune of having his arm broken when his horse bucked him off. Sunday morning Mr. Moomaw was thrown into a pile of rocks when his horse bucked him off and received a badly cut left arm and bruised hip. Ward Glessner and Jerry Galaher left Sunday for Boys State at Tacoma. They will be gone a week. Vacationing on the coast last week was the Blaine Madden family. TEN YEARS AGO Howard and Hllma Pryor have been awarded a full ex- pense paid trip to Sweden beginning June 9 to June 10. They are to leave Oakland at 2:40 p.m. and fly direct to Stockholm, Sweden. WHEEL.00d00 ..__'- Brewster BOdy ShOp Tel. 689-2314 1 r Don Miller and Bob Stotler went to Seattle for a visit with Don's aunt and uncle. TWENTY YEARS AGO Rated among campus leaders and among those receiving awards at the CWCE final assembly of the year was Reuben Rawley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rawley of Brewster. His award presentation was honorary football captaincy football inspiration award. Gary Jenkin had the misfortune of losing a tooth last week when he ran into the back of a pickup truck. Visiting last week at the Jack Goehry home were Mrs. Goehry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton of Spokane. John Riggan is home over the weekend from the University of Washington. Mrs. M.M. Munson and grandson Steve, returned last week from Tonasket to their home in Brewster. John Paraseau of Seattle, Eddie Paraseau of Tonasket and Billie Paraseau, who Just returned form Min- nesota where he Just com- pleted a post graduate cour- se, Danny Gibbers and W (Slick) Frined, ]eft Tuesday for a few days trip into the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cavadini, Loretta Wall and Deloris Cavadini went to Seattle Tuesday night where they were to meet Marvin Cavadini, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yockey attended the graduation of their granddaughter Llnda in Lewiston, Idaho, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schutter and family of Beverly, Wash., spent the weekend here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Schut- ter. Visiting here this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Childers is Mrs. Chllder's mother, Mrs. Per- sis Greenaway of Wenat- chee. Mark Goehry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stain Goehry, has been accepted to the Univer- sity of Montana at Missoula. Mark will enter college rids fall and will be studying forestry. Volunteer Fireman Clyde McCullough brought the fire department's new re- suscitator out to the Brewster Bridle Club house for a demonstration Tuesday. The Bridle Club has donated approximately 300 dollars which was used towards the purchase of this. II ' Saw Sharpening II Service II Hand, Skill Knives, Scissors 5 day service We guarantee our work Western Auto Brewster i meyele Ropair New and used blcylces * undpartsforle. The I Ayers Northwest ll Brewster All Bicycle Repairs , Quad-City j Professional Surveyors II ,eL =, i 1 o ....... TwIIp (509) 7-3833 , Curl Factory V Wed. & Thurs. evenings H Bridgeport .... II CnkOs, Ut. iT. Open Mon.-Sat, /Tel. 689-3214 II Mini Storage , Wlltonproducts L_ Brewster II Telephone 686-8422 I Ida Ave.-Brldgeport Bar $ no:l=)bF le;.Cl rmc cllr:' t I Glass Repair Rio Auto Supply Consumer Cues "I've read quite a bit lately about the Gypsy moths In Seattle. How con- eerned about the problem should people be who do not live in the Immediate area? I live east of the Cascades. There is no need to become unduly alarmed, advises Sharon Collman, Wash- ington State Univer- sity's King County extension agent. She is in charge of the extension urban pest management program in King County and has played a key role in the current ef- fort to eradicate Gypsy moths in the aea. So far, she says, Gypsy moths have been found in only nine locations in King County and one near Van- couver. It's believed that the small infestation near Van- couver has been exter- minated. It's unlikely, she explains, that you will encounter Gyp- sy moths outside the areas where they have been found. However, she would like to encourage citizen in- volvement in the ongoing campaign to detect and eradicate them. In sufficient numbers, they can defoliate home grounds and parks. Last year the insects seriously defoliated 5.2 million acres of hardwoods in New England. Ms. Coleman urges people who have moved from or camped in the seriously in- fested states of the northeast to call the Gypsy Moth Hotline (800) 562-4966. Moths, in the form of eggs, may have hitchhiked to Washington with you at- tached to your lawn furn- iture or camper. An inspector from the State Department of Agriculture will be sent out Beauty Manor Notary-Bonds-Medical Life-Retirement AAotorhomes-Umbrelle Quad City Area Business Directory Little Viking J In Bridgeport J , Tacos, , Burrltos, Soft Ice Cream, Schwans hard Ice cream Ft. Okanogun Trading Post Antiques, Collectibles, Dop. Glass, China Cabinets, Apple Labels, Lots of Misc. Brewster. 689-3527. Insurance Appraisals We Buy Estates ffc30 NOW OPEN Chllders Mini Greenhouse Bedding Plants Open 7 days a week. 9 to 5 located at Cldlders Fruit 1 mile SW of Brewster, Hwy 97. Tel. 689-2297 tfc7 The Illlr Mfalr '. Open MOn.-Fri., 8-5 :l Open Thurs. Eves. by AiPt:' I Appt. not always necessary I Bridgeport- Tel,666-7481 J Don t Let o Dirty Carpet Spoil Your Partyl Rent a Rinse 'N Vac Webster Furniture Brewster Tel. 689-2131 Maytag Everything to Go Also representing Federal Crop Insurance ' CorporaUon YOUNGBLOOD vlrg's Tire 738 SO. Bridge St. lglll & $ondco Webster Furniture N. 10Main ROCk Damaged Windshields Repaired BWS Enterprises BamJ Schopp - 509)886-6045 Box 762, BrldQeport, Wa. 98813 11 a.m.- 9 p.m. Man.- Frl. 1_1 a.m.-lO p.m. Sa & Su___n. Frank's CB Repair F.C.C. Licensed Frank Ames-Bridgeport Hours Vary-Call 686-5365 Automotive Upholstery The Spot 111 River Ren00i00 HlWaV 97 Brewster INSURANCE Tel. 689-2429 Across from Ooevy's, inc. ..... ( TELEPHONE 689 2142 Tel. 689.3532 or 689.24 Tel. 689-2131 Tel. 689-2821 i, o..,==.,.,,.,..c. " B rewster - a--00ry _.. ,o,.. Brewster rin Clinic Sam ha [ 'LSSR]R [ .a.m. to6p.m,,.MondaythruFriday , i / 9 tO 12 Saturdays TelePhone 689-2616 HorseshoeJng [ , ,, v wor00 I -.. I I o r, mm 00re0000,ve I J, ,,,o,_ 0_/i J Men, women & lldren s Hair SWllng u _ =I plF' Sam Shaw Brewster Te00. 689-22000 II ! W00.00CH. / I Senior Citizen OlscountS-Mon.-wed. i Kathle POlllrankeY, Owner i Open Man. thru Frl.-Tel. 689-2201 ( L 884"82421 Je II art's J Youngbloods I Small Engines& II 8ridgeport.T;i. 686:S00700 I Rentals II =nfants-Chlldren("'A'dultCloth!ng '11 I Phone 689-2811 il FabriC & Sewing NOt'IOS'TO_y_s & Gifts 00%00'71l | Hrs. 9to6 Mon.-Sat. PpI!es '  II I Your local authorized / service dealor for South f prewster | Jacobsenlawn equipment | Echo outdoor power V2 acre with ihno and nicely cedar I finishedOffice'Or(v-rnllefrOmfOwnand priced right at onl:12,000. ADHTIONS CONCRETE'I GARAGES o..,tC,AL..'s,e,miAL REMODELIH6 SUN DECKS:!I SlPlNG  NB, n,,n | thatcher, lawnmowersRentals rototiller, REC ROOMS * CARffNTRyi:,..i! 1 STEVENSCO,00T,u0000ON o.. ,om, | weed trimmers, chain saws |3 miles north on old ,[glwey 97 BOX 632" Bre,Wi! Tel. 689-2884 Tel. 923-2381 L toward Comsot we also do Rata-ROOting Sewer & Drain Cleaning Brewster Tel. 689-2814 9-5 Mon. -- Frl. 000Un ... et BLUE i LUSTRE shampoo A  rent a s.m- (( pager to scrub away \\;i1[ ground-In dirt and grime. Leaves Vour [-- -] :;rpets bright, I (--l Cleansand 1 deodorizes-- the way professionals //  ) do, at a fraction_=:,if, tp/  I / of the cost ,_/1 Coast ,0 Coast Bridgeport.Tel.686.5321 i to check your belongings for evidence of eggs. Ms. Coleman emphasizes here is no penalty connected with this inspection. Its only pur- pose is to track down poten- tial sources of moths so the pests can be controlled. A unique, non-chemical control program has been adopted in this state. Male moths, which emerge earlier than females, are being trapped on a computer laid out grid. The traps emit an artificial female scent to lure the males to the traps. The traps, which are bright green and resemble a milk carton with a roof, are designed to catch every moth before it can reach a female. Females can't fly. Please report damaged or missing traps to the hotline. Other traps have been set out across the state to detect the presence of moths. Please call the hotllne if you spot one of these traps damaged or discover that it is missing. Both kinds of traps are clearly marked "Gypsy Moths." Send your questions to Dennis Brown, 401K Ag Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164. Due to the volume of mail, questions will be an- swered only in this column. For futher information con- tact your county Extension office. List Finders Handsome design slim, compact may be hung on wall Quad-City Herald B rewster Tel. 689-2507 FRESH SEAFOOD Every Wed.]la.m. to 6:00 p.m. " Lobster y ODII .V f, v, RedSnapper . . . ,-,/  " Perch mzermounmm ealoo(ls " Sole *'/'. Twlsp - Halibut  T J 997-8692 r Gal00S BOdy Shop & 24 Hour TOwing Service AUtO Glass & Insurance WOrk FreeEstimates WOrk Guaranteed Pateros, Wa. Tel. 923-2729 OBAL VEL SERVICE NothonieiM. Symonds Travel Consulton! Telephone 509/662-71.15 Residence 689-3555 Morris Building * 23 South Wnatchee Avenue, Wenatchee. Washington 98801 I n,o.', r BaCkhOe Service | Cat, Backhoe, Dumptruck, | Grader, 250 Air Compressor, Jackhammer & Drill / Karl & Bob P.O. BOx 331 Brewster, Wa. 98812 Tel. 509/689-2826 689-2871 . 509/686-6447 ' Mumma Truckmg,..inc. Brewster Tel. 689-3422 If no answer call 689-3539  40 ft. Fiat Bed Semi Van & LOwboy Cattl Small Engine Specialist Service on most makes of  Outdoor Power Equipment Kenny's Repair Service HWV. 173 Bridgeport Bar Tel. 686-5701 ,'1 "/! .... L i , ,