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weds Sweet in Church of the Firstborn ceremony DanaSwezeyandJce Sweetexchanged wedding vows at the General Assembly Church of the Firstborn in Brewster on Febnu~ry 10, 2001 ",;.arty Evans was officiant. ~'.he bride is the daughter of Phil and Be~y Swezey of Brewster. Mother of the groom is Dorothy Sweet of Welling, Oklahoma. The bride wore a long white gown iwith a train. The bodice had a scalloped 'neckline and cap sleeves, embellished with beading and embroidery. Beads - also decorated the hemline of the gown. Shecarrieda bouquet of white gardenias, tulips, roses, step "hanotJs, and purple -status with trailing fern and ivy, designed . by Jord and Kerri Wilson. ,Jenny Piechalski, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She was attired in a teal green satin, floor length gown. Chantae Swezev, niece of the bride, , was flower girt. She wore apurple satin, sleeveless, tea length dress. The gowns ,were made by the mother of the bride. Conn Swezey was best man. Nancy Swezey, sister-in-law of the '.bride played "Tve Dreamed of You" :and"Rose of My Heart" on the piano. : Fresh flowerawangementszmd goldfi~ bowlsdecorated the tables for the Italian "dinner served following the ceremony. -The bridal cake was decorated by the 'bride and KeniWilson, with Jord Wilson -arranging the flowers. The couple stayed at the Freestone Inn in Winthrop before leaving for theirnew home in Welling, Oklahoma. The bride is a graduate of Brewster High School and Trend Business ,College. The groom graduated from Tahlaquah High School and is self- employed as a contractor in Welling. NOW SHOWING Dana and Joe Sweet 689-0404 Playing at the Chelan Street Fair this past weekend was the Wenatchee Big Band with Tim Wood on saxophone. Wife Connie and son Geoffrey were there enjoying the fun and music. Tim has played with the band approximately three years, all on a volunteer basis. Lueille Foster of Pateros recently returned from a trip to Huntsville Arkansas. Staying with sister Audrey Gabbard and her daughter Tina and visiting with brother Bearl Nelson. Brother Kelly and wife Jane Nelson came from Sallisaw, Oklahoma also Came to-visit. A family reunion was held in Huntsville with approximately 40 attending. She was priviledged to visit with one of the family uncles, Oscar Witt now 94, from Morris, Oklahoma. Before returning home Lucille stopped in Parker, Colorado visiting with daugh ter Debra and Mark Jones, granddaughter Aaron husband Jay Heintz and new great granddaughter Patricia Jade. Leroy and Donna Beadell of Bridgeport traveled to Tacoma for the graduation of their granddaughter Sarah Schaafon June 20. Graduating from Stadium High in Tacoma the family celebrated with a graduation party at their home on June 23 at University Place in Tacoma. The following day the Beadell's attended a house warming party for their neice CJ Shouman of Kent. They returned home the following day. t Sunday; June 24, the annual Davis family reuniOla was held a Lakeside Park in Chelan with a potluck. From Brewster, Lowell and Pearl Shrable, Lee and Debbi Joyner and family, Walt and Arlene Roys, Tracy Shrable, Diane Johnson and family. Rick and Jill McChandles and family, Steve and Diane McChandles and family, Jim and Jan Shrable and two daughters and six grandchildren all of East Wenatchee, Gary and Walt and Paula Peckham of Bridgeport recently entertained her sisters for a week. ( oming from Jackson, Michigan sister Ann Diamond and sister Cathy and husband Jerry Wheaten of Los Lunas, New Mexico. They were here to celebrate the 100'h anniversary of their fat her' s homestead that was built in Wauconda. Cousins numbered 55, with one aunt now 97 from Wenatchee attending the event. While here Paula entertained her company at the Senior Citizen Center with potluck and dinners. The ladies are former Pateros residents. Eric and Eli Knapp celebrated their 8~ birthday, June 18 at their ranch home east of Monse. At the party were their parents Kelly and Char Knapp and siblings Levi and Nicole. Grandmother Karen and aunt Sheree and her three daughters. Levi's friend Jason Isenhart was "also present. The week before Kelly and Char took the twins, Eli and Eric, Austin Burrell and Davey Smith to the water slides in Chelan. This was also in celebration of their birthday. Jim and Stella Bebee of Bridgeport Teresa Snider, Lowell and Francis attended their son Joseph Bebee's, Davis all of Wenatchee with their graduation on June 17 in Portland, daughter of Seattle. Jim and Darla Oregon.Gradua ng with a Bachelorof Davis of Eugene, Oregon, Gene and Science degree in Architecture from Mary Ann Davis of Moses Lake, Portland State University. Joe had Fred and Francis Davis and familyMary Cooper of Brewster, daughter completed an Associate of Appliedof Entiat, and from Selah, Ken and Carla Sowderand herdaughter Laurel, Science at Spokane Community in BarbaraShrable.Thisfamilyreunion and mother in-law lrene Sowder of all 1992, attended Mt, Hood Communityhas been going on for years, cousins Vancouver, Washington went for one- College from 1994 -1996 and and second cousins are the ones in week vacation recently to Radium Hot intm ll ferredtoPortlandSlateUniversity attendance now. Springs, British Columbia. Visiting 97. He has work for nine years at Banff,Lake Louise, and Fairmont Hot Bonneville Power Administration as George and Patricia Huff of Springs.Activitiesincludedswimming, an Architectural Technician and will Bridgeport and their granddaughter tennis, and hiking besides soaking in move into an Architect position this Aniessa traveled to Seattle and went the springs. They saw moose, deer and summer. In the fall he plans to pursue toWoodlandZooon Friday.Enjoying mountain sheep. B.S. in Project Management at the baby animals, Aniessa's favorite PortlandStateUniversityandhopefully was the zebras. Jack and Marie Kirk of Brewster attend Graduate School in 2003 and They stayed at the home of Glen recently had out of town visitors for a pursue a masters of Architecture or a andNancyBoydofKent.TheBoyd's week. From Klamath Falls, Oregon Masters of Urban and Regional children Heather andChad surprised Marie's sister Vivian and son Grover Planning, The graduation was held at their parents with a 50" birthday Jonescametovisitafterfifleenyears. the Rose Garden Arena in Portland party. Family members and former Alsocomingtovisit whilethecompany with 2100 graduating. Also attending Bridgeport residents, Larry and wastheirbrotherDutchandwifeDottie the graduation was grandparents June Silvia Slate now of Colfax, were Starzman of Moses Lake. Driving and Charles Armstrong of Bridgeport all in attendance. A potluck and and visiting the countryside to find andnieceJodyCrofion of Portland. Joe picnic was held at the church grounds familiar places was the activity of the isa 1990graduateofBridgeportSchool, for the couole, week. Cool Off With A Delicious, Warm Weather Treat (NAPS)--It may surprise some Apple Kuchen is fluffy, batter egg and 1 cup flour; beat 2 people to learn Americans enjoyed bread topped with apple slices and minutes at high speed. Stir in one of the country's most delicious cinnamon mixture. This sweet remaining flour to make a desserts even before the U.S. cake-like treat combines beauti- stiff batter. Turn into greased enjoyed its independence, fully with ice cream. It has an old- 13 x 9-inch pan. Arrange Scholarly investigations of the fashioned feel--great for cooling apple slices evenly over bat- American history of ice cream say off on a hot night: ter; sprinkle with Cinnamon the tasty treat arrived in the Apple Kuchen Topping. Cover; let rise in country around 1774, two years21A cups all-purpose flour warm, draft-free place until before the U.S. war of indepen- 1~ cup sugar doubled in size, about 1 hour. dence--now, National Ice Cream1 envelope Fleischmann's Bake at 375 F for 25 minutes Month and Independence Day areRapidRise Yeast or until done. Cool in pan on both celebrated in July. 1 teaspoon salt wire rack, or serve warm with It is believed that First Lady1~ cup water vanilla or cinnamon ice cream. DoHey Madison popularized ice 1A cup milk Cinnamon Topping: In a cream by introducing it to White 1~ cup butter or margarine small bowl, combine 2/3 cup House guests at her husband's 1 egg, large sugar and 11/2 teaspoons 1813 inaugural ball. 3 cups sliced fresh cooking ground cinnamon. Cut in 2 Today, the average American apple tablespoons butter or mar- consumes 23 quarts of ice cream Cinnamon Topping (recipe garine with pastry blender and related frozen treats each follows) until mixture resembles year, according to Suzy Gardner,In a large bowl, combine 3A coarse crumbs. co-author of Ice Cream for Allcup flour, sugar, undissolved Nutrition Information Per Seasons (ReTreat Publishing, yeast, and salt. Heat water, Serving: Serving size: slice ( 2 of 1999). milk, and butter until very recipe) To enjoy the sweet taste of ice warm (120 to 130 F). Gradu- Calories: 240; Total fat: 8 g; cream all year round, the homeally add to flour mixture. Saturated fat: 4.5 g; Cholesterol: economists at Fleischmann'sYeast Beat 2 minutes at medium 35 mg; Sodium: 270 mg; Carbo- offer this delicious new flavor speed of electric mixer, scrap- hydrates: 39 g; Dietary Fiber: 2 combination: Apple Kuchen a laing bowl occasionally. Add Protein: 3 Mode. g; g. Israel youth pastor to be Methow speaker Brad Carignan. a youth pastor from the town of Galilee in Israel, will be the featured speaker at a pair of youth rallies Sunday, July 1 at the Methow Community Church. Carignan will deliver the message during services at 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. at the church. Thechurch is located at 1107 SR 153 in Methow. Church luau at Brewster School Ouad City. H~.rald June 28.2OO1 Page a RNES CHAPEL West Indian Brewster, WA 98812 June 28 Brewster - Grange, AA,VoI.Firemen Pateros, Bridgeport, Bridgeport Bar, Methow- Mansfield - Sunshine Club, Vol. Firemen June 29 J u n e 3 July 1 Pateros - Spanish AA Vol. Firemen July 2 Brewster - Chess Club, AA Bridgeport Bar - Fire Dist. #7 Auxiliary Mansfield - Chamber of Commerce July 3 Brewster - Ok. Co. Fire Dist. #5 Ambulance (business), Kiwanis, Chamber of Commerce Bridgeport - Leahy Triangle Homemakers Club Mansfield - Rebekah Lodge, Grange There won't be any palm trees, but there will he tropical food, tropical music and tropical fun at an Hawaiian- ROCKERI themed luau sponsored by the Calvary Baptist Church Saturday,June30at the CONdUCT!ON I Brewsler High School commons. p.m.Dinner will be served from 5 to 8:30 6v 2 :4i ii, i,:,iUb ii ! i .350 The menu will include pineapple- Ali {:i !ding,I glazed pork. rice pilaf, fruit kabobs. - n Hawaiian "l' aked hearts, oriental salad. PC23 Licensed for ms i pineapple cake and beverages. Leis FRIDAY & SATURDAY Compressor Rental Available ] will be given to everyone who attends. Hawaiian-themedpictureswillbetaken 7:30 p.m. P.O. Box 254, Bridgeport I for SI.50. SUNDAY: 6:30 p.m. Bus. Ue. # DONCRC'066JEI Admission is by donation. The LAST CHANCE MONDAY proceeds will go toward the church's ALLSEATS $3, 6:30 p.m. summer camp fund. SPECIAL 4th of July SHOW i YHI I 1:00 p.m :, FAMILY OWNED Senior ,4.00 Admission ((~'-) & OPERATED~ Full line ofraountain, ~a~ .~ lightweight & juvenile bikes .~. - ~ Expert service & repair Corner Brewster Senhw Menu June 28 thru July 5 Thursday, June 28 - White beans and ham, carrots, green salad, combread, cherry cobbler. Monday, J ul y 2- Meaz loaf, O "Brien potatoes, carrot raisin salad, rolls, fruit cup. Tuesday, July 3 - Hot-dogs, mixed vegetables, macaroni salad, fruit tray, brownies. Thursday, J uly 5- Turkey & noodles, rolls, peas & carrots, fruit salad, ice cream. Lunch is served in the Center on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and is open to anyone over age 60, member or not. Individuals under the age of 60 can also eat (would be helpful if they called in fast) for the price of $5.50. Pinochle: Fifteen players turned out for June 22 card party at the Center. High, Lee Nickell: low, Elaine Nickell; traveler, Alice Ellis and doorprize, Betty Jensen. Bar Belles meet at Adams residence Dora Adams hosted the June 12 meeting of the Bar Belles at her home on Bridgeport Bar. She served yam yam desert with coffee. For the business meeting Leroy and Donna Beadell explained the art of Raku, which they had learned in Tacoma. Ladies present were Donna Beadell, Ruth Dawson, Gert Davis, Joyce Hineline. Nettle Hannum, Juaneta McCally, Paula Peckham, Sue Vranges, I anyn Trevett, LaVola Schoenwald and Eunice Glandon. Missing ladies were Estelle Best and Sybol Dial. Next meeting is July 10 at Eunice Glandon home on Bridgeport Bar. Parts, accessories, dothing & Rentals 509-422-0710 1-800-464-0710 137 S. 2nd Ave Okanogan Hot Cakes & Eggs, Ham or Sausage ~Stay and join'us for pinochle at 7:~(~f, rn~. Brewster Senior Centei[ Ad.l, $300 Under 12-,200:1 Nominations are Open for Positions on Board of Directors 2 YEAR TERM NON-COMPENSATED EXPENSES PAID Nomination Deadline: July 10, 2001 Send Resume to: Nominating Committee P.O. Box 216 Coulee Dam, WA 99116 COULEE DAM FEDERAL CREDIT UNION ' I~I-G~ J 633-0830 OR 1-800-572-5678 Cherries, Cherry Cider, Cider, Apples, & Baked Goods. Serving Sandwiches Girl" SHOP OPEN ,Open MONDAY THRU SATiIRDAY 8 AM TO 6 PM SUNDAY 9 AM TO S PM 923-2256 OR 923-2#36 Re t while Fruit 5rand Bake Shop & Espresso 53 Highway 153, Pateros, WA 98846 lakec Outside If Weather Permits Sunday, July 1 9:00 AM & 5:30 PM e Youth Minister From Galilee, Israel Methow Community Church 923-2782 Apple Kuchen Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit Celebrating an American Icon Exhibits on barn, and barn history Eahiba showing through July 7 Barn Art Miniature farm display - by Nell & Darin Nelson Museum open: Tuesday thru Sunday II a.m. to 5p.m. tty 124 W. Walnut St. Waterville, Washington