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June 27, 1996

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Quad City HeraM FAMILY & FRIENDS (Left to right) Kerrie Nevin, Shan Bomar, Bette Hayes, Wendy Rodriguez. Bette Hayes celebrates retirement The evening of J tree 14, at theWestem Restaurant in Okanogan, found Bette Hayes enjoying the evening with fellow employees, family and friends. After nearly 22 years with Employment Security Bette has retired. Many stories were shared, followed by honors from Employment Security Commission Gary Mooreand Governor Mike Lowry. Then a "Welcome Home" party on June 22 was given in Bette's honor, at the Eagles in Bridgeport by her husband Terryand threedaughters, Shan Bomar. Wendy Rodriguez, and Kerne Nevin. Again, family and friends shared in the celebration of having their wife, mother and of course grandmother finally home. Rhythm Blues provided music for the evening featuring son Scan Hayes. Betteis coming home to nine children and 19 grandchildren! Lamberton family reunion Kay and Marion Hanson, Brewster, joined family and long tifne friends at a Lamberton family gathering at Brooks Memorial Learning Center on Satus Pass. All enjoyed the Friday through Sunday get together which included potluck, catching up on everyone's news, playing games, hiking, sharing church service - Henry Lamberton was the speaker, being entertained with music by various family members, and watching a skit presented Saturday night by the younger members. Taking in the good weather and all the fun were: Ira (Lamberton) Huey, Brewster, and her granddaughter Katie Auvil who came from Texas; Helen (Lamberton) Reeves, also of Texas, and her daughter Joy Fish from Minnesota; 'Harold and Bernice Lamrton of Walla Walls and family Henry and Elaine Lamberton and daughters fromLomaLinda, California, and Katie (Lamberton) and Barclay Crane and children of Brewster;, Clark and Pong Sri Lamberton, Thailand; from Wapato, Chloetta (Lamberton) and Ermen lCa'ueger and their son Gayle and Patty Krueger and children; Ned and MargeLamberton from Sheridan, Oregon, and son Tom Lamberton of Yakima; Lyn and Janet Lamberton, Zimbabwa, Africa, and sons Greg and Carla Lamberton and children from Wapato and Dr. Dale and Anna Lamberton and family of Roseburg. Oregon: Lee Dawes and his two sons Jerry and Marie Dawes accompanied by their two grandchildren from Wenatchee and John and Lou Dawes of Lebanon, Oregon, and daughter Terri ofGrandview; Marlow and Carol Dawes and daughter Karen, College Place; Dave and Jeannine Wickward, Brewster, and son Kenneth and Peggy Wickward, Everett, (they brought the youngest addition to the Lamberton family six weeks oldEfizabeth): Russell and Imogene Thomas, Wenatchee: joining in on the fun, Harold and Berneice Stout of Brewster and former Brewsterites Bob and Edna Baker, Wenatchee. ' .............. Une dance classes ' Joy See will be teaching a beginners class in line dancing. Classes will be held from 7 to 8 in the evening every Monday at the Brewster Heights Packing lunchroom. The cost of each session will be $1.00. See welcomes anyone interested to attend these line dancing classes. Dancing in Isaquah Attending the State Square Dance Festival in Isaquah this past weekend were Gary and Dolores Jenkin of Brewster. Over 1900 dancers gat hered at the Festival. Thursday evening they attended the Trails End Dance. Friday and Saturday were busy with Badge dances and workshops. There was mainstream, plus, advance, round, and contras square dancing and more, like clogging, with state and national callers and cuers. -S-uffday was a final visit with old ;rod new friends before heading home. Wilson reunion Family gathered Sunday at the Brewster home of Jan and George Wilson for the annual Wilson family reunion. All enjoyed the potluck picnic, visiting, and getting caught up on all the news. The beautiful flowers and yard were admired, but, because of the cool weather much of the visiting took place in the summer house. Family came for the event from western Washington with the furthest coming from Florida and Georgia. Wilsons'daughter Linda Edwardscame from Virginia. The family reports a good time was had by all. Family here visiting Trudy (Hull) Benson from Hampton, Georgia, is here visiting her sister-in- law Morreil Hull. She was accompanied by daughter Maribeth (Benson) and Vaughn Davis and son Adam Smith. They haveall been busy sightseeing, visiting,and attended theWilson family reunion. Birthday party Kelly & Charlayne Knapp of Monse hosted a birthday dinner June 18 for their three year old twins Eric and Eli. Each boy enjoyed hisown decorated cake with ice cream. Those enjoying cake and refreshments were siblings Levi and Nicole; grandfather Paul and Mafilynn Knapp of Okanogan: grandmother Karen Knapp of Brewster: Char's aunt and uncle from Seattle Fred and Charlene Maes: and friends from Bridgeport Bar Larry, Theresa', and Philip Bowman. son visits Tr6' Walker of Medical Lake was over for the weekend Visiting his mother Joyce and Ralph Steeleand grandmother Norms and Ken Sanderson. Terry got some honey do's done for his morn while here. Sunday, Steeles and Betty Keran traveled to Okanogan to attend the wedding of Craig Thomsberry and Mistie McCord. COMMI.NITY CALENDAR I Hot Cakes & Eggs, Ham or Sausage Ii I ' Friday, June 28 , I 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. ! ] Stay and join us for pinochle at 7:30 p.m. ; I Brewster Senior Center l I ..... Adults%$3.00_ _ _ Under 1..2- $2._00 J r .... - - - - (: CI-FEE-I- I The evereg, human be,ng cen live up to two months on liquids alone. WANTED Yo The Brewster of Commerce would like to thank the following support this year during Bonanza Days 1996: Karen Johnson, Bonanza Days chairperson; Dianne Stanley, Parade; Harold Lemons, Horseshoe Tournament; Roger Boesel & Howard Gamble, 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament; Jackie Moriarty, Tina Jones, Susan Ravenstein, Debbie Minick, Booths; Janet Jordan, Trip Raffle, Jim Carrieri, Chess Tournament; Roxanne Routon, Jack & Jill Softball Tournament; Walt Roys, Kiwanis Kids Games; Trudl Gamble, Bike-a-Then; Jack Groeneveld, Burger Barn; Brewster Senior Center; Rebecca Meadows & KOZI for parade announcement and to all the other | volunteers who made it all possible. J Thank You! Slu Foot Sue aka Suz, Susie, Sis, The UnSister i ' David Thomson Thomsen joins accounting firm Dale R. Hice,ChiefOpemting Officer for the Accounting firm of LeMaster & Daniels PLLC has announced the arrival ofDavidThomsen, CPASenior Accountant. Thomsen is from Mansfield, Washington, and a graduate of WSU. He joined LeMaster & Daniels in January, 1994 as a staff accountant in the Moses Lake office, and was promoted to SeniorAccountant within 10,months. His focus is on tax, agricultural and small business. Family visits Don and Lucille Barrows of Redondo are here visiting his motherlreneAcord. They will be here while Irene recuperates from recent eye surgery. Six weeks on the road Donna Stein returned home to Brewster last week after a six weeks trip visiting with family and friends. Donna flew Io North Dakota to visit daughter Lynn md Kun Miles, Ashley and Ethan at Grand Forks Air Force 'Base. From there .it was off to Minneapolis to see her sister-in-law Ann Moc. She also got a chance to see the 'big" Minneapolis mail. Returning to North Dota, Donna and the Miles family traveled toTexas stopping all along the way to see the sites. Donna remarked on how beautiful Lookout Pass in Arkansas was. They arrived at their destination, Nac0gdoches, the oldest town inTexas, to visit and spend time with Kurt's parents Jim and Winona Miles and otJ]e,r relatives. Hot weather didn't stop the family from gathering on the weekends forbig b',utmcues. Sightseeing with Winona, trying different kinds of southern food. and looking over the one street in town in its 'old' original state (fun to see, lots of nice shops) kept Donna busy. She returned to North Dakota with the Miles family to rest and enjoy the grandkids before heading west and home. Bi00l Yard Sale tock up for fall needlework projects. Household & Collectibles Fri. & Sat., June 28 & 29 9 a.m.- ? I,ID ERLA'S Yarn Shop 23T,o. Bridgeport i= Carrier Air Conditioners In Stock ff You See Her [ [Stay00 Cool! , Wish Her l WEBSTER Happy4Oth I . =.,:.,,w,.,.:i,=., [.332 V. Main, Brewster, WA. 98812 689.2131 |lllll BIBLE ClUB Monday- Thursday, July 1 - 4 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Ages 5 - 13. For more info contact Becky Gebbers - 689-3311 Community Log Church Ouad City Herald JunA '27 1996 Pao 3 Qttad City tteraM CLUB NOTES Bar Belles travel President Donna Beadell lead the way, as two cars of ladies followed, up the valley to Okanogan and a stop at the Apple Valley inn for the Bar Belles S urpri se Trip. The group reports a fun place 1o scc and lunch was g(x)d with a dessert called Ice Cream Potato. They signed a get well card to send Mary Webb, who is in a Seattle hospital. After lunch some stayed for shopping while others headed home. Making the trip were Dora Adams, Esther Beadell, Estelle Best, Gert Davis. Sybol Dial, Ruth Dawson, Joyce Hineline, Nellie Hannum. Gladys Still and LaVola Schoenwald. The Bar Belles next trip will be July 23 to Riverside to the rose garden. Women's League celebrates with barbecue The Brewster Women's League enjoyed a family potluck barbecue at the home of Doreen and Gene Barrutia last Wednesday, June 19. They gathered in celebration of all the work accomplished during the past year. Also discussed was the donation they will be giving to the Fourth of July fire works fund. Present were: Vai and Rick Burgett and children; Trudi Gamble; Sue White and daughter Jessica; Diane and Dave Godfrey; Kacy and Chrissy Goble and family, Sandy and Dan Bayha and family, and Jinx Freels and children. Doreen remarked the weather cooperated making for a great evening. Quad-City Spin-Star meets July 1 Quad-City Spin-Star will meet Monday, July 1, 7 p.m. in the Brewster City Hall. Avideo will be shown.Activities for the next few months will be discussed. Anyone wishing to volunteer to help with domestic violence situations is welcome to attend. Training is available. Chess Club plans meetings Jim Carded, founder and president of Brewster's chess club, has announced the chess club will continue meeting each Monday throughout the summer. The chess club meets at 6:30 p.m. in the basement of the Brewster Assembly of God Church. All interested chess players, novices to grand masters, are invited. Planning Cc)mmission meeting in Brewster The city of Brewster Planning Commission will be conducting a public workshop on.the new draft zoning ordinance on Monday, July I at 7:00 p.m. This will be the first of several public workshops giving citizens the opportunity to give input on zoning regulations. Discussed on Monday will be the pemfitled and conditional uses in all the zones in the city. Please plan to attend and give your opinions. Backyard farewell It was reminiscing time with friends and family as Ron and Marquita Graves and daughters Erin and Auburn entertained witha backyard 'farewell' potluck Saturday. ' .......... Marquita reported after eight years in Bridgeport they are sad to leave but look forward to a new adventure in IVlassachusetts where Ron has been transferred. Ties to the area will not be broken as daughter Auburn will complete her senior year of high school in Bridgeport. Son Wayne and family also live in Bridgeport. Son Will, who is in the Army and is being transferred to Fort Hood in Texas, was home for the farewell. Camping at Foggy Dew. Elaine and Jeff Pfeifer, Bridgeport Bar, enjoyed a week's vacation cam ping at Foggy Dew Campground. They hiked into the falls on Foggy Dew traiihead, had lots of company, and report just a good R & R time. Former resident visits Brenda Lauterback, a former Brewster resident now of Portland, Oregon, stopped in the Quad City Herald Friday for a visit and to say hi to everyone. She is visiting in the area. June 27 Brewster: Kiwanis, Volunteer Firemen, Grange Pateroe: Volunteer Firemen Bridgeport: Fire District #7 June 28 Bridgeport: Query Club July I Brewster: Ladies Aid of Log Church, Athletic Booster Club, AI-Anon, Home & School, Chess Club, Quad City Spin Star Pateros: City Council Bridgeport: Fire District #7 Auxiliary, Take Off Pounds Sensibly July 2 Breweter: NarcoticsAnonymous, Bridle Club, Okanogan County Fire District #5 Ambulance Pateroe: Pateros Patchers, AmateuP Radio Novice Class, Pateros World Water Sports Committee Bridgeport: Order of Eastern Star, School Board July 3 Brewster:Columbia Democratic Women, American Legion Post 97,American Legion Auxiliary Unit 97, Take Off Pounds Sensibly 689-2507 HOW TO GET RID OF UNUSED ITEMS Or Sell Them In The C! -2507 i Special of the Week Chimachanga Chicken or beef with only beans, cheese, sour cream, guacamole and rice. $ AI O0 Great Combination Dinner M!oCwa, Sit0aoRestaurant