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Hardie and Martinez plan wedding Marcie Hardie of East Wenatchee and Arthur Martinez of Tacoma have announced their engagement. Marcie is the daughter of Thomas and Carol Hardie of East Wenatchee. Arthur is the son of James and Stella Bebee of Bridgeport and A.C. Martinez of Mexico. Marcie graduated from Eastmont Wymans travel Frank and Barbara Wyman of Brewster traveled to Spokane Friday, June 5, where Barbara boarded a flight to Ontario, California. Frank drove on to Camp MiVoden, Hayden Lake, Idaho, to attend the week- end Medical-Ministerial Seminar, followed by a couple of volun- teer workdays. Barbara spent time in Lama Linda with 'girlfriend', Jeannie, whom she had known all her life. While there she attended the wedding of a "very special girl" Yvonne. Barbara also visited other friends in the area, with a one-day drive to Bakersfield to attend the bi- monthly meeting of the Burma AmericaChristian Association She spent Sunday night with former Pateros residents, Pastor and Mrs. Kenneth Brown, in Yucaipa. Re- turning to Lama Linda Monday, she also met another girlfriend from elementary school days. Tuesday on the return flight to Spokane and during a two hour lay- over in Portland, Oregon, Barbara visited by phone with daughter-in- law, Heather Wyman. Frank met Barbara at the airport for the return drive to Brewster. Wymans then traveled to Hermiston, Oregon, where they celebrated their 51st wedding an- niversary June 12. with a candlelight dinner, at the home of Barbara's brother and his wife. Fire District sets open house meeting The commissioners and fire chief of Douglas County Fire District #7 (Bridgeport Bar/Dyer Hill) announce a public meeting on June 28 at 6:00 p.m. at the Bar Fire Hall. The open house is to discuss the future of the fire district and equipment needs. All residents of the district are en- couraged to attend. High School in 1996. She attended Central Washington University and is a secretary at Morrill Asphalt Paving. Arthur is a 1993 graduated of Bridgeport High School. He is pres- ently in the U.S. Army. The couple plans an August 15 wedding. Attend graduations Del and Gevie McClure of Brewster returned recently from a trip to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, where they stayed with daughter Margie and Craig Wise and family. Margie and Gevie attended the June 4 Mead High School gradua- tion, held in the Spokane Arena, of granddaughter Jodi Kittel, daughter of John and Gerry (Hogan) Kittel. June 6 Del and Gevie attended the wedding of granddaughter Jacqueline Kittel (also the daughter of John and Gerry) and Jeff Jerome, both of Spo- kane. The ceremony took place aboard the Mish-an-Nock as it cruised Lake Coeur d'Alene. The McClures re- port"abeautiful affair and the weather couldn't have been any better." Also attending the wedding from Brewster were Vince and Barb Hogan. After spending Saturday night with the Kittels, McClures returned home Sunday. Baby boy Marty and Nicole Robinson of Brewster welcomed a son, Derek Martin, into the family on June 15,1998. Derek is their first child. He weighed eightpounds three ounces and was 20 inches tall. Paternal grandparents are Roger and Linda Robinson of Brewster. Great grandparents are Cieo and Pauline Abbot of Chelan and Ruth and Wayne Robinson of Magazine, Arkansas. Maternal grandparents are Ralph and Marge Hagy of Brewster. Great grandmother is Orma Hagy of Okanogan. Thaut technical problem published Robert Thaut owner of R J's Lock Service in Bridgeport had another technical tip published in National Locksmith Publication. ,Thaut ex- plained a key not bp'erating th'e igni- tion of a 1992 T-Bird, his decisiont0 remove the ignition and repair the. problem without drilling it out. This is the third technical tip Thaut has had published. Beach bag, t-shirts for two, Hawaiian music CD, travel guide and value passport. Restrictions I ,iuerbend t r ]ld,il ,'avel details.  " O S ervice (509) 689-3481 1-800-924-3481 613 W. Main, Box 1015, Brewster, WA 98812 To nephew's ordination Rod and Bonnie Dodge were among family members attend- ing the special service Saturday for nephew Andy and Suzette McCrary when they were ordained to the gospel ministry by conference officials at the Ephrata Seventh- day Adventist Church. McCrary, who grew up in Brewster as his parents Reid and Marilyn taught here for many years, graduated from Walla Walla College then received the Master of Divinity from Andrew s University in Michigan. Besides serving in Spokane and Wenatchee, they have ministered to the Ephrata and Quincy Adventist churches since July '96. Popular graduation speaker from Brewster Dr. Donna Evans, popular educator who teaches grades seven through nine at the Brewster Seventh- day Adventist School, has been a busy graduation speaker this spring. Besides addressing her eighth graders here for their June 3 service, she returned twice to Cascade Christian Academy, Wnatchee, where she has pre- viously taught, and on June 9 addressed the eighth graders af- ter having been the speaker for the high school graduation ear- lier. Vacation in Califomia Ken and Enid Henderson returned Thursday from an l 1-day vaca- tion during which they were guests of sister-in-law Frances Henderson and her 99 year old mother Ethel Meilicke, and the Henderson's nephew and family, Doctors Rick and Kay Henderson, all of Yreka, Califor- nia. Besides visiting, they enjoyed the ride on an "Old Western" train which chugged along for an hour to cover seven miles. Selina Kelly earns degree Selina Sue (Lindh) Kelly of Elmer City recently graduated with high- est honors, magna cum laude, in Micro Biology from Washington State University in Pullman. She is the daughter of William and Linda Lindh, recently of Brewster now of Elmer City. Selina will continue her educa- tion in the medical field at the Uni- versity of Washington in Seattle. SENIOR NEWS- Menu - June 18 thru June 25 Members and friends if your birth- day is on or near the day of serving (lunch) you get to be first in line. Thursday, June 18 - White beans and ham, carrots, green salad, cornbread, cherry crisp. Monday, June 22 - Turkey & noodles, pea salad, squash, bread, applesauce. Tuesday, June 23 - Chef salad, vegetable soup, rolls, apple crisp. Thursday, June 25 - Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, peas, cole slaw, rolls, fruit whip. Lunch is served in the Center on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and is open to anyone over age 60, mem- beror not. Individuals under the age of 60 can also eat (would be helpful if they called in first), the price of $4.70. ,Pinochle - The card party at the Center June 12 had 16 participants. Ila Wilbur, high; Opal Zwicker, low; John Saint, traveler; Elaine Nickell, door prize. Join Us - The Senior Center of. fers Quad City area seniors many opportunities for good conversation, good friends, good meals, and a va- riety of activities. So come on in and join the Center, the welcome mat is always out. Pancake Feed - The Center spon- sors a 'once a month' pancake feed which is open to the public. The feed is the last Friday of the month and the proceeds go toward maintaining the Center. Sometimes due to holi- days the monthly pancake feed is not held. General Membership Meetings The General Membership meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month beginning at 11 a.m. Please attend - it is important for members to be there and help with the decisions. New ideas, new input and new volunteers are needed and welcomed. r.lllll H .......... TEEN JAM:ZONE Attention all you fly guys and gels. Arc you looking for a "Pia to hang this summer?. If you am a Jr. or Sr. high school student in the Brcwstcr Quad-city area, come and check out the Jam Zone in the Brewster High School gym. This event of the century isn't happening any old night, so cut this out, save it, frame it, or just mark your calendar. The Jam Zone will b e held on the following Fridays throughout the summer: June 26, July 3, July 17, August 7, August 14, and August 21. Doors open at 9:00 p.m. and the Jam is on until 12:00 midnight. But hurry the doors dose after 9:45 p.m. so don't be late. There is no entry fee, however can foods and clothing items will be accepted at the door as donations to be distributed. Safe and fun jamming is the rule, anything else would be uncivilized[ Questions - Contact Eric Freelsat 686-7645 or the Log Church at 689-2224 Sponsored by the Community Log Church., Brewster This Time, You Get the Advantage ]here ore many reasons for t 9 all your insurance protection from one agent. One of the best is our Auto- Home Advantage. It's easy to save big money on your auto coverage when you insure both your home and personal auto with C0UmRV COMPIB: I can show you other ways to save money on your entire insurance program. Call me to get the advantage today..J.ooo by co.r, M ,ct c., Bloominglon, II., Take Dad Out To Dinner! Happy Father's Day to all! ,, =s,,=, ,., INSURANCE GROUP I I KERRY COONAN Chelan/Waterville PH: (800) 682-8668 I or (800) 799-5850 I B/rthday Sunday, June 28th 9n foe gr of'e@bleen, ClOaJ bern our dear eanne. q'be angel voere atlertng. qbe aar, =,ere agtlter eanne began aflltertt nd /be o, td ed [ ".oo/outo,/" Met dOlb bertMag in noon to be bere, c'O)e "re al/  g, mt ehout of cbe. t beu of gtfi -.- C cae Jbe h eoe,gbe) Ce enireat you to end , /o ,, ber / . 3 tar/U red oon --. n /be month ofune, Cpleae end ber a card. Or #ve ber a about. c-Lln ber/oy, /bou/ ang daub Bloomington, MN. 55438 We're asking all of Jeanne's dear friends to shower her with cards and greetings on her 80th birthday - Sunday, June 28, 1998 Jeanne Miller.Corty 8100 Highwood Dr. #B325 Bring Dad infer dinner Saturday & have a wonderful meal with all of us/ (CLOSED SUNDAYS OPEN TUES.-SAT. 11 A.M.-10:30 P.M. Steak House Restaurant BRIDGEPORT . 686-9900 I II HOURS: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. dally (50 689-3737 Main Avenue, Brcwstcr Ouad Ci Hrald June 18 1.q8 Pan_== 3 Local trio gr0000duate from L IC,00 Three area students were among 116 seniors receiving diplomas at commencement exercises Sunday, May 31, at Upper Columbia Acad- emy, Spangle. Chelan Canwell graduated with high honors and a 3.97 gpa. She received a freshman achievement award of $2,000 from Walla Walla College where she plans to take a biology major and pre reed. Chelan is the daughter of Lee and Emily Canwell and granddaughter Patty MHia of Frank and Barbara Wyman, all of Brewster. Danny Hanson graduated with high honors and a 3.92 gpa. He plans to study pre mad at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, Tennessee, starting with summer school July 27. He received $10,500 in scholar- ships from Southern, $6,500 for aca- demic achievement and $4,000 for music. Danny is a member of the Na- tional Honor Society. His parents are Dr. Keith and Esther Hanson. Patty Mejia graduated with hon- ors and a 3.65 gpa. She plans to attend Walla Walla College to put- Danny Hanlon sue a business major and perhaps pre-law. She received a freshman achievement award of $1,500 from WWC. Her parents are Juanita and the late Jose E. Mejia, Sr. Andy Edwards, who grew up in Brewster, graduated as a co-vale- dictorian with a 4.0 gpa. He plans to attend Walla Walla College from which he received scholarships. His parents are Dr. Jim and Vicky Edwards of College Place. Chelan Valley Players announce summer cast Chelan Valley Players announces the cast for their hilarious summer comedy, No Sex Please, We're British. Local theatre goers will recognize sev- eral familiar faces from some recent favorite productions. From The Diary of Anne Frank are Steve Bovingdon and Roberta Giffin-Griffith..Veteran of Ten Little Indians is John Lester. From A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum are Rob Wortman and Cal Vaughn. Diane Stanley from Twelve Angry Jurors also rounds out the veteran cast. Audience members will also enjoy watching several new faces as welL Making their Chelan Valley Players debut will be Racheile Bennett, Frants Holm-Nielsen, Terri Weagant and Carin Torp.Theplay is directed by Judy Johuston and produced by Lofi Jenkins. Performances will be August 14, 15,16, and 21, 22, 23. Anyone inter- ested in helping with this fun sum- merproject may con'tact Lori Jenkins. Chelan Valley Players are looking for set builders, stage hands and light and sound crews. June 18 Bmwater: Volunteer Rremen, Akx)hoicsAnonymous, Lions Club Patero=: Volunteer Rramen, School Board Bridgeport: Volunteer Rramen, West End Club Methow: Volunteer Rraman Mansfield: Lions Club June 20 Patero=: Alcoholics Anonymous June 21 Brawtar: Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous June 22 Brewster: N-Anon, Chess Club, Alcoholics Anonymous, School Board June 23 Brewster: Narcotics Anonymous, Kiwanis Bridgeport: Auxiliary of Quad City Eagles l June 24 = Brewater: Take Off Pounds Sensibly, Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous Bridgeport: City Council if you know era club that would like to be listed tn the Community Calendar please call 689-2507 and let us know. Thank you/ LA-Z-BOY THE BEST SEATS IN THE HOUSE All Father:; , should have the,r very own i i 00recliner. Starting ;t'289. Come on in and check out our great selection of furniture/ (509) 422-3950.1-800-539-3950 Showroom #1 - 123 2rid Ave. S. Showroom #2 - 1st Ave. S.