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+ . Check these old.time uniforms from an olden-days Bridgeport baseball team. Can anyone iden- tify the year or any of the players in this picture found in the Quad City Herald files. Brewster High lists honor roll Brewster High School Honor Roll for the third trimester are: All A&apos;s; Jeff Smith, Cindy Smith, Cindy Windle, Geof Brown, Pare Dodge, Todd Dezellem, Brian Paynter, Tammy Fitz- hugh, Michelle Mason, and Wendy Shrahle. All A's and B's; Dale Luce, Cris Morris, Charlene Mc- Craigie, Rhonda McWhor- ter, Tawni Schutter, Vince Hogan, Robin Clark, Nina Hagy, Pernecla Lisenbey, Klm Phillips, Debbie Roys, Mary Whybark, Gene Moran, Belinda Detering, Angle Gamio, Mikki Kiedrowski, Kurt Heusley, Pat Mulloy, Renee Orozco, Teresa Powers and Liz Tradup. 3.0 Average; Scott Sattler, Tracey Bailey, Darla Brown, Clndie Furman, Jackie Gleason, Linda Lake, Chuck Bradley, Kelly Brown, Kelth Johnson, Jon Symonds, Cindy Bailey, Jards Dezellem, Kris Holt, Jim Cutuli, Loren Holt, Brent Johnston, Tom Relchert, Randy Shull, Greg Swezey, Klm Driessen, Trudi Gamble, Clark Cooper, Randy Brown, Cur- tis Fox, Ron KnowRon, Tom Roys, Doug Swezey, Norman Swezey, Mike Symonds, Val Chapman, Marcia Core, Laura Waggoner and Car- mie Wert. New father to get roast The Okanogan County baby s weight will be awa'rd- CowBelles will again honor ed to the father of the first the fathers of the babies born baby born after Father's on Father's Day, June 21, with a five pound beef sirloin tip roast. If no babies are born on Father's Day a beef sirloin tip roast equal to the Attends graduation Attending Spokane Com- munity College graduation ceremonies Friday were Amy and Kathleen Neff and Joan and Douglas Brownlee and Rodney Nickell. Bar- bara Ruck, granddaughter of Amy Neff and ,Lori Georgius, daughter of IVlr. and Mrs. Gordon Georglus were among the graduates. They were guests of Barbara Ruck and Kandy Jess. IVIr. and Mrs. Jim Ruck of Everett also attended. The group visited Karl Jess at Sacred Heart Hospital where he is recovering from surgery. John Kirk has returned home from four days on ac- tive duty for the Air Force Reserves. Kirk was stationed at McChord Air Force Base on the coast. Pat and Bert Sinclair traveled to Seattle for the weekend, visiting with several of Bert's aunts from Illinois, Colorado and Kan- sas. Day, in one of the three Okanogan County hospitals at Brewster, Tonasket or Omak. Weekend at ranch Phyllis Long, Shari Knowlton and Kelly Newhy spent the weekend at Circle C Ranch in Leavenworth at a Missionette Retreat. The girls enjoyed the horse back ride very much, but Phyllis endured it. Mrs. Long is the Mlssionette Representative for the Okanogan, Douglas and Chelan Counties Assembly of God Churches. Recent visitors at the Fred Rawiey home were Rachel's niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Ralleys of Sacramento, also Rachers sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond De Rossett of Willows, California. Marty Rawley, son of Fred and Nancy Rawley of Klrkland, is spending several weeks with his grandpar- ents in Brewster. Jerry Rice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bigelow received his discharge from the navy and'arrived home this past Friday. Rice completed four years in the navy with his last assignment being on the USS CamdEn. i I.,o....,,e I I Fr,day, Saturday, Sunday[ I June 19, 20, 21 I I $1s0-chlldren, s2se-aduIt, S300-10ges i I Frldav & Saturday 7&9, Sunday 7 t Loup Loup Ski sale fails Word was sent through Lyle Walker, chairman of the Loup Loup Ski Board, that Dirk Nansen, attorney from Omak and others would not be purchasing the area after all. Citing in- creased interest rates, the group of potential pur- chasers was unable to come up with an acceptable firm offer, according to Tom Benner of Brewster, also a board member. The board will now attempt to find grant money to pur- chase a chair lift for the area and continue on as usual, with the non-profit corporation. Benner says the board will be going out for bids on ski rental in the near future. The board will also be in need of a new bkkeepsr as the present bookkeeper has resigned. The next meeting of the board will be held July 8, 8 p.m. at the Twisp Com- munity Center. Anyone wishing more in- formation regarding any of these items may contact Tom Beuner of Brewster. Five kilometer marathon for Bonanza Days Plans have been finalized the hill next to the Brewster for the five kilometer marathon for Bonanza Days, beginning with registration at 8:15 a.m. at the City Park Saturday, June 27 with three categories for entry. Runners will head down Sunset Drive, rounding the corner at the end through Custom Apple Packing Plant, crossing over high- way 97, heading for the top of Grange, going right and running back toward high- way 97 where they will cross again at the Tom Ansert home. From there they will continue into Brewster via 1st Avenue and back to the park. Categories will be age thir- ty and over, age 14 through 29 and age 13 and under. Ribbons will be awarded to first, second, and third place in each category. There will be an entry fee of $I.00 per person to help defray expenses. Anyone wishing more In- formation may contact Bill Lawless, chairman of the marathon. Tarnished copper can be cleaned with half a lemon dipped into a table- spoon of salt and vinegar. JAd.CJJy Herald June 18.19Sl Paoe 3 Returns to Washington, D.C. Lynda Edwards, who has day, enroute to their current spent the past ten days on home in Washington, D. C. home ground visiting her Her husband, Dan, has been parents, the George Wllsous, in Africa for the past month returned to Seattle yester- on Peace Corps business. June 18. Pateres: 8eheel Board Brewster; Kiwanis Bridgeport: iOOF, West End Club June 19- Bridgeport; Query Club June 22 - Pateros; Volunteer Firemen Bridgeport; Masonic Ledge No. 193 June 23 - Pateres; Grange Brewster; C/ty COuneU, Triangle Club Bridgepert; Credit Women, Chamber of Commerce June 24 - Pateres; Alia Rebekahs Brewster; Jaycees EVER G R EEH STO R E HOURS 9 tO 8 MEN. -- SAT. 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