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Ound City. Herald Au~ 2. 21301 PanA 9 Cheryl Schweizer photo Taylor Bomar (center) takes s back dive off the spring board. contest shows results of class Diving is an acquired skill, week, he showed the children how to to stand on the edge of the board, Oh, one can always jump off the keep their hands and feet together back to the water, with everybody side of the pool (when one is very and hit the water like a knife, rather watching, and jump off. In addition small, it's cool if Dad is waiting, like than an ironing board, to that. the dives had to look good. A Dad was waiting for the small boy They got a chance to show what properdiverequirespropertechnique, jumping into the Bridgeport pool last they had learned in a diving contest and if the technique is wrong it shows Friday afiernoonJ, on Friday afternoon, although not when the diver hits the water. "If But without the proper technique, everyone in the class quite got up the everything is done right they should the diver will hit the water with a nerve to participate. (While the con- have asmallsplash,"Davisexplained resounding--and breathtaking-- test was going on, "the whole pool to the judges. slap. And water's hard. That slap can was watching," Davis said.) Randy Everyone was required to perform hurt. Dodson, James Schroeder, Taylor a front dive, a back dive and one of Ken Davis, a pool employee, said Bomar, Paige Rodriguez and Mandy their choice, Randy Dodson was first, that was the reason he decided to Sanon lined up along the pooledge to and Mandy Sanon finished second. teach a diving class, "the safety as- show their best diving form. Prizes were awarded to all partici- pact of it." Every afternoon for a Sometimes it was tough. It's tough pants. Cont'd from page 2 camped at Oroville during the air- plane rodeo there, The Ladies Aid of Brewster Flat met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Crandall. Officers were elected as follows: Pres. Mrs. Luther Perkins; Vice Pres Mrs. Byron Slubbs. Sec- retary - Treas Mrs. Max Marchesseau. August 1, 1941 George Beaudoin, former Brewster ball player prior to an injury received last year, has taken a lease on the Maxwell Product Service Station. A grass fire immediately south of Brewster on the old Guthrie Orchard caused considerable loss to the M.S. Todd Orchard Thursday afternoon. The Gamble Lumber Co. box fac- tory started operation Tuesday on their long delayed season run. Born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hall of the Bar a son, Vernon Wayne. Bruce and Douglas Zahn started out on a 10-day hiking trip in the Stehekin Country, when they were drafted for fire fighting. They were released in time to be present for the golden anniversary celebration of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Countryman. August 2, 1951 Miss Dorothy Lautensleger, Brewster Derby Queen, Miss Carolyn Whesny, Bridgeport princess and Miss Mary Loop, Pateros princess. New babies born at McKinley Memorial hospital this week. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Asmussen, Bridgeport Bar, baby boy, July 26; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kirk. Brcwster, baby boy, July 26;. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace DaM, Bridgeport, a boy July 31; Mr. and Mrs. Loren Glessner, Mansfield, a girl, August 1. Mike Trainer, who comes here from Chelan, is the new police deputy said chief of Police Lindsey for the town of Brewster. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Dezellem at- ! tended the races at Piayfield and saw two of their horses, Vera's Man and Dan Canyon among the winners, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schimdt have moved into their new home in Men- me addition. Those calling at the Cub Crossland home ht past week were Mr. and Mrs. Don Mamma, Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Curtis and family of Delay Lake; Mrs. L.P. Cushen; Mrs. Bob Moomaw, Miss Nellie Gunther. August 3, 1961 Candidates for Bachelor of Arts in Education degrees from Eastern Washington CollegeofEducation are Margot L. Wart, Brewster, Robert D. Dalington and Richard L. Humphries, both of Pateros. A baby girl, Christian Louise was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wainscott, Sunday, July 23. A baby boy, Randall Scott, was born July 24 at Brewster hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wesselman. Members of the Bridgeport Boat Club who joined the excursion to the head of Lake Chelan Sunday were: Forest Hunt, Norman Cavadini, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Moan, Daun M. Ringer, Mr. and Mrs. Daun Ringer, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schmidt and Linda, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Benson and children. Tracy Otto's Union 76 Service Sta- tion at Pateros was awarded a Westinghouse radio this week on the basis of having the cleanest 76 Sta- tion, the presentation following an inspection by the Union Sparkle Girls. August 5, 1971 U.S. Air Force Captain J.D. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith, Pateros, has assumed command of Blaine Air Force Station. After four exciting weeks in Eu- rope, of Wavering, sight seeing and visiting relatives, grandmother, Mrs. Hini, mother, Lucy Shull, sister Roxy and Laura Shull are once again home. John Wise of Brewster won Okanogan County Open Chess Tour- nament held July 31 at the Cariboo Inn in Okanogan with perfect three win no loss score. Bridgeport Scout Jim Rogers, of Troop No. 47, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers, left Friday for Wenatchec, on the first leg of his Irip to the 13 World Boy Scout Jambo- ree near Tokyo, Japan, August 2-10. Mr and Mrs. Anthony Quirk were the fwst wheat harvesters to haul the first load to the Waterville Grain El= evator in Mansfield. Mr. and Mrs. Larry S mart are proud parents of a boy, Jeremy William, born July 23 at the Brewster Hospi- tal. August 6, 1981 Howard Gamble has filed for re- election for Mayor of Brewster. The 1981-82 school year at Pateros will begin Wednesday. August 12. On this calendar, the last day of school will be Friday, May 7, 1982. A baby girl, Ashleigh Dawn, was born to Dick and Tanya Shaw at Mid Valley Hospital, Croak, Sunday morning, August 2. Scott"Woody" Bangs, Pare Dodge, Jeff Smith, Jeff Brown, Cindi Bailey and Janice Dezellem from Brewster High School are attending leadership camp at Randall, Washington this week. Ron Anderson, owner - manager of the Brewster Drug Store and em- ployees Joyce Walker and Georgia Nelson flew to Reno during the last week in July for the McKesson Trade and Travel Show. Gary and Glendal Driessen were in Oliver, B.C Canada, last week, where Gary was head instructor at the annual baseball camp there. Twelve boys from Brewster Boy Scout Troop 33 spent the week at Camp Bonaparte. The boys in camp were Ron Allen, Trevor Brandt, Ted Christensen, Chad Dezellem, Rick Duck, Dale Lehraman, Ray Lehraman, Brian and Roger Munk, J.C. Silvius, Tony Windle and Mike Watldns. Cont'd from page 1 Pateros Fire department fought the blaze that engulfed everything around the house. But due to the efforts of the the house and garage were save& Fire officials have said the fire is about 40% contained as of Wednes- day, August 1. there was no projec- tion on full containment. Each kernel of popcorn con- tains a small drop of water stored Inside a circle of soft starch sur- rounded by the kernel's hard outer surface. As the kernel heats up, the water begins to expand, and pressure builds against the hard starch. Eventu- ally, this hard surface gives way, causing the popcorn to explode. Class of 1971 reunion this Saturday, August4, 2001, from 12 noon until whenever, is the sched- uled date and time for the 30 year Brewster High School class reunion of the class of '71. Reunion class- mates will meet at Columbia Cove Park for a catered barbecue to begin their afternoon together. Brian Westerdahl, Jeff Heath and Bob Foyle have planned the reunion with the capable help of Brian's daughter Amber. First Row: Carla G Nonnie C Shen D Jeanne V Franni W Lynn P Row S Dabble B Susie S Msxine C. Second Row: Jane K Jo Ella L Susie D Pare S Terri C Donica Y Pstrice S Sharon C. Third Row: Steve L Pat S Danna G Colin C Betty C Patty P Don H. Fourth Row: Jeff C John W Mike S Bob F Gil F Tom W James T Brian W Gary H Hugh F. Left Column: Steve M Mike A Mark G Gary L Right Column: Jeff H Scott U Alfred B Darrell H. OIcano n 15ingo-C ino, Au . t m Check out the action in 525 W. Main Brewster 689-2507 or 689-2508 Installation & Servlc.e Grundfos Stainless Steel Pumps Longest service in NCW area M.V.M, Quality Drilling "We Dig Water" Chelan, WA. 98816 1-888-682-1010 or 509-682-1122 Lie. #MVMQUD138NO 11 :' . /