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John Gebbers to wed Tonasket Miss Class of '91 has The Pateros class of 1991 held their 10-year class reunion starting Friday, July 20 at the home of Tim and Melanie Williams of Pateros. Gathering that evening was Trevor Kert wife Holli. Scott Worsham. Chad Frost friend Inga, Alice (Precht) Garnica husband Chris. Erica Ayers. Gene Wick. Melanie (Barlow) Williams husband Tim, and Summer Hahn. They watched the graduation video and held a golf ball contest, driving the golf balls across the river. Williams reported that "10 different opinions were made as to who the winner was, conclusion was that Chad Frost won." Saturday the group gathered at Alta Lake State Park with their families and had a picnic barbecue. Two other classmates joining them were Alan McDaniel and Amy (Varrelman) Valdez husband Tony and their children. That evening some of the classmates ended the reunion with dinner at Los Camperos in Brewster. "se to A1; HEI I) I:()R SEC()NI) VfEEK John end Nichole Terry Mills Photography Mr. and Mrs. Don Freeman of John is the son of Mac and Becky Tonasket have announced the Gebbers. The wedding is planned for engagement of their daughter, Nichole September I at 4 o'clock at thehomeof Freeman,toJohnGebbersofBrewster. the bride's parents. Teresa Shenyer and Carol Moore of Brewster recently returned from a seven- day cruise on the Princess Cruise Lines to Alaska. First stop was Ketchikan. Alaska where they were able to leave the boat to tour a heritage town and surrounding country. They went to Totem Pole village where they learned the meanings on the carvings on totem poles. They toured a clan house, built by the natives and did some shopping before returning to the boat. Second stop was Juneau where they left the boat and took a wildlife sightseeing quest, a boat ride where they saw whales, dolphins, and harbor seals, seal lions and eagles. Topping the day they took a tram way up Mount Robert, overlooks all ofJ uneau. Third stop was Skagway where they took a bus tour to a summit and Irail camp exploration, A stop at the fast settlement during gold rush times call Lairsville, then to White Pass where Alaska and Canada meet. Fourth stop was Glacier Bay, where they stayed on the boat and looked at the glaciers. The ladies had the opportunity to watch a huge glacier break off. Fifth stop was College Fjord, also staying on the boat and looking at glaciers, they watched the otters playing among the small broken glacier pieces. Final stop was Seward, Alaska. The ladies spent three hours on a bus to Anchorage where they met with Sybol Dial and son Wayne. They toured the zoo and relaxed before flying home. Senior Corner Brewster Senior Menu Members and Sends ffyour birthday is on or near the day of serving (lunch) you get to be fast in line. August 2 thru August 9 Thursday, August 2 - Pineapple chicken, biscuits, carrots, cole slaw, lemon pie squares. Monday, August 6 - Egg salad sandwiches, vegetable soup, fruit way, macaroni salad, cake. Tuesday, August 7 - Spaghetti, green beans, green salad, garlic bread, cookieS. Thursday, August 9 - Hamburgers with bun, chips, vegetable macaroni salad, baked beans, relish tray, ice RIO THEATRE 689-1141)4 Class of'81 members attending reunion, back row left to right: John Taylor, Ernie Bradshaw, Denny Buchanan, Luneh,is'servedin the Center non DarrenMcEuin,tdarkTrimcAlexgarr,behind Alex, CobJnMo re, Fr=mrow,leltto right:Rhonde(Byron)Taylor, Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and r Richard Massey,Pam (Wood)4rwin,Bonnie (Schluneger) OeweyiMartl :(Hofmann) Grammar, Kim (Foisy) Jung isopentoanyoneoverage60,me'mber : daughtetTfi ff, and doah CMais ; o ; :" " " 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. reunion In Pinochle: Nineteen players turned out for the The Pateros class of 1981 held their enjoyable time for everyone. Teacher and ending at 10:30in theevening after July 27 card party at the Center. High. 20-year class reunion July 21 at Wally Scroggie joined the group for the fireworks show from Apple Pie "Nettle Hannum: low, Irene Acord: Peninsula Park in Pateros with 14 lunch and visiting, and many other Jamboree. Most of the group moved to traveler, Marti Perry; door prize and members and families attending. The classesjoined the group throughout the theSagebrushRestaurantforanightof 1500 trump, Alice Ellis. potluck barbecue was said to he an day. Starting at 1:00 in the afternoon karaoke. Walk - Thon raises pledges for Cross Red Cross Youth of the North total, in under three hours the group the event, thewalkers.AsRedCrossvolunteers Cascades Chapter Friday, July 13th, in raised over $700 in pledges. A At the time of the Walk-a-thon were responding to that fire, to the East Omak Park walked to raise much support group of several adults three huge wildfires were burning wildfires and to the north county needed money for the local chapter's walked or counted laps, tabulated out of control within the Chapter flooding the youth were walking disaster work. pledges and met the walkers with area. The smoke from a house fire to raise money for just such With 108 half-mile laps, 59 miles juice,waterandcookies throughout burning in Omak could be seen by needs. Ladies group to Class of 7-10-01A boy, LuLL to Maria Ramirez and Jose Leon of Brewster meet at fire hall togather in park 7-11-01 A girl, Aleyah, to Denise Santos and David Garcia of Brewster 7-12-01Agirl,Lisbeth, toMicailinaAngelandReynaldoTalaveraofBrewster The Bridgeport Bar ladies will The Pateros High School class of 7-13-01Aboy, Daniel, to Gloria and Elpidio Arevalo of Brewster meet August 6 at i:00 p.m. at the 1941 will hold its 60-year reunion 7-15-01 A boy, Darin, to Donna Swezey and Paul Smith of Bridgeport Bridgeport Fire Hall District # 7. Saturday,August4atPaterosMemorial 7-20-01A boy, Ceistian, toAlvinaRendonandGerardoRamirekofBrewster Ladies are urged to attend. For Park.Thepotluckpicnicbeginsatnoon. %20-01 A boy, Andres, to Maria and Armando Rangei of Brewster more information contact LaVola Classmates, family and friends are 7-22-01 A boy, Hector, to Erika and Rarnon Dasa of Bridgeport Schoenwaid. invited. BonnieColpittsof Brewster recentlyKeith and Trina Zweigle and son Nettle Hannum and daughter Kathy visited her daughter Anne Colpitts in Kobie of Pateros recently returned Cathay of Spokane recently returned Oakland. California. While there the from a four-day vacation. First stop from a three and half week visit to ladies visited Anne's work site in San was Lincoln Rock S tate Park where California. They attended the wedding Francisco where she works forCentral they spent the night and picked up of Nettie's granddaughter, Jennifer American Resource and did some niece Tammara Hardie of EastHannum. Sam Crooks and Jennifer planning for her daughter's upcoming Wenatchee. The following day they exchanged vows in San Diego. They wedding, drove to Leavenworth, staying at visited with daughtersJan and hushand the Icicle RV Park. The next day PatMcNamamandSharonandhusband Visiting for nine days at the home wastheZweigleandWilliamsfamily Bob Clark both of San Diego. Also of Jerry and Velma Bryant of Pateros reunion held at Leavenworth City visiting with son Ron and wife Tony was daughter Jana Lynn Grbavac Park. With approximately 25 people Hannum of San Juan Capistrano, andchildrenAvery,Whitney, Keaton, attending, eating, visiting and a California. Nettle attend her and Kolby of Raymond, Alberta, trip to lcicle Fun Park for the young granddaughter, Karisa McNamara's Canada. While here the girls took a adults and kids before traveling bridalshower, attendedaTimMcGraw day to shop, went to Apple Pie back to East Wenatchee where Keith concert, a San Diego Padre baseball Jamboree and visited with family and family and his two sisters and game and the Laguna Art Festival. and friends, families all met at the Wenatchee Super Oval races that evening. BirdieHipwellofBrewsterrecently Lora Crowder of Brewster recently Returning home they celebrated returned from spending five days in retumed from a trip to Arkansas. Fiying Kobie's fourth birthday. Grandview, Idaho. While there she there to visit family her sister Ethel and attended her 50-year class reunion with husband G.A. Lewis drove them to 9 out of 10 classmates attending with Tulsa, Oldahoma where they visited their families. The annual brother Bob Darby and family. From Grandview picnic was held with astreet there they traveled to Wichita. Kansas dance and festivities. Family members and visited with brothers Richard and attending were Birdie's son Jerry Julius Darby and families. Also Hipwell, grandchildren Carlin and stopping in Topeka and visiting a Breanna of Mountain Home, Idaho, nephew and family. The threesome sister Ceil Krause also of Mountain took in much sightseeing driving Lora Home, andbrother Wegman of to her home in Brewster. Reno, Nevada. Dorothy Kline of Brewster has had company for the past week. Sons Warren Kirk and wife Helen of West Harrison, Indiana, and Bob Kirk of Lynnwood. Their Uncle Ralph and Anna Kirk of Ojai, California are here visiting with his mother Elsie Kirk. Also here visiting is long time friend of Warren Kirk, Ray Eldridge of Seattle. Roy "Spider" and Ethel Riggan of Brewster have had guests for two weeks. From Dallas. Texas Spider's cousins Mary Fire and Frances Marriot. They have been visiting family and spending extra time with aunt Laura Mac Riggan. Dan and Kim Webster and son Cody of Brewster recently spent five days at Fiathead Lake, Montana. Daughter Lyndsay joined them for two of the days and friend Chance Stormo also joined the group. They boated, hiked, went tubing and fished. Frankie Love of Brewster and daughterCelia HiboofOkanogan Falls, British Columbia celebrated their birthdays this past weekend. Helping them celebrate were Frankie's stepdaughter Reva, husband Melvin Kimmel and their sons Kevin and Jeffrey of Prosser, son Lowell Lamberton of Bend, Oregon, sister in- law Clara Carrier of Grandview and step daughter Sandra Love of Lake Tahoe. Arriving Sunday from Mr. Vernon were Clay and Agnes Check. They traveled to Omakto visit Sandra's cousin, Donna Harvey before going home on Monday. ~md Ci~ Harald Aua 2 ~001 .paaa~ CHAPEL 510 West Indian Brewster, WA 98812 Aug 2 Brewster - hA, Volunteer Firemen Pateros, Bridgeport, Methow, - Volunteer Firemen Mansfield - Lions Club (breakfast), Garden Club, EMTs Aug 3 A gg Aug5 Pateros - Spanish AA Aug 6 BrewMer - Chess Club, AA Bridgeport Bar - Fire Dist. #7 Auxiliary Mansfield - Chamber of Commerce Aug 7 Brewster - Ok. Co. Fire Dist. #5 Ambulance (business), Kiwanis, Chamber of Commerce Bridgeport - Leahy Tdangie Homemakers Club Mansfield - Rebekah Lodge, Grange BrewMer - City Council, TOPS, Bddgepod - City Council Pateros - Spanish AA Omak - Chief Joe Gem & Mineral Club " When We SaY . 'Camping In the Counlry" We're Talkin About Okanogan y PG 13 FRIDAY & SATURDAY 7:00 p.m. & 9:15 p.m. SUNDAY; 6:30 p.m. MONDAY: 6:30 p.m. ALt~TS 13 TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY." 7:00 p.m 689-25ff'/ j : ,= .Even thoug =r you're turning i fifty, -t we still think you re pretty nifty! Birthday RWH Love, your girls & outlaws When was the last time you made s'mores or told ghost stories around the campfire or slept out under an amazing canopy of stars? Set up camp at one of the many campgrounds and RV parks throughout Okanogan Country -- right here in North Central Washington. Opett for / www.visitokanogancountry.org Cherries, Cider, Apples, Peaches, Apricots, Garlic & Baked Goods. 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We invite you to visit our services or call for more information at 509-689-2420 or 509-689-3504 Our Services Times Are: Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Sunday Evening 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Evening 7:00 p.m. 2 " " -i- l