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[ I Tammy Whiw weds Ster, in g D ivis in Hawiiar, oopical Tammy Lynn White and Ster- ling Monroe Divis of Brewster were united in marriage June 21, 1998, at Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii. The sunset ceremony, performed by Hawaiian officiator Kahu Pia Aluli, was held in the beautiful, lush, tropical garden, with a white gazebo and waterfall in the back- ground, at the Kaanapali Shores Beach Resort. Wedding Director Lilia Dregiewicz witnessed and coordinated the ceremony. Parents of the bride are Kelly and Suzanne White of Gig Har- bor. The groom's parents are Jerome and the late Mona Divis of Brewster. The bride wore a white gown with beaded bodice, halter-neck fabric belt with rope laces edged crossed backed bodice with an a- line chiffon skirt. She carried a large cascading bouquet of yel- low roses and blue and white tropi- cal flowers. The groom, in a black tuxedo, wore a boutonniere matching the colors and flowers of the bride's bouquet. The couple honeymooned at Kaanapali Shores Condominiums on the beach at Kaanapali in Maui. Activities during the week's stay included snorkeling at Kapalua Bay, a day trip to the island of Lanai'i on board the Navatek and snorkeling off the island. Another day to the city Hans (across the other side of the island) with sights along the way of bamboo forests, black sand beaches, many water- falls and botanical gardens, and the Seven Pools. Time was spent shopping at Whaler's Village or relaxing on the beach. The week ended with a dinner and luau at the Marriott Resort. Tammy attended Pateros High School until 1989 then moved and graduated from Kent High School. She attended Renton College graduating in 1991 with Mr. end Mre. Sterling Divle a State license as a Pharmacy Level A Technician, She also attended Wenatchee Valley College for one year and was employed at Wenatchee Valley Clinic Pharmacy and this past year has stayed home with her chil- dren, bookkeeping for the orchards and helping with harvest. Sterling, who graduated from Brewster High School in 1970 and received a Bachelors of Science De- glee at Washington State University in 1977, has been an orchardist since 1979 growing apples and cherries. Children of the couple are Paul, Derek, Alyssa, Scan and Austin of Brewster. A celebration of their marriage with family and friends is being planned after harvest, Bridal showel Jennifer Simmons was honored at a bridal shower Sunday, Au- gust 2. It was hosted by Dianne Stanley and Susan Simmons and held at the Pateros home of the bride-to-be. The decor was in the bridal colors of pink, burgundy and forest green, featuring a unique floral arrangement of roses, lilies, alstromeria, daisies and calycinia in the shape of an umbrella, cus- tom designed by Elliott's Flower Shop. The cake carried out the shower umbrella theme and was .... Jet 'honors designed by Jean Foster. ,, Miss Simmons was able to in- troduce her fiance Nathan Bishop to the group. He good naturedly joined in the games. Attending the festivities were Sandra Moses, Simone Peyton, Bonnie House, Kim Moore and Judy Johnston all of Brewster and Michel!e Lozano, Carol McCoy, Tara and Drew Varrelman, Louise and Luke Bighous of Pateros. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Val Burgett, Lynn Halterman, Trudi Gamble, Lynda Allen, Loft Sizzlin 9 Fajitas00 Chicken or beef with rice, beans & tortillas HOURS: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.] & 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. J Casita 00staurant 509-689-2071 702 W. Jay Ave., Brewster LIMITED 99 5000 BTU EBST [ Come in R I checkout are "11] :1 ="  =" I'- I bonus2for$20"qld=::----  Al& .qi=,lp | BIOLAGE & KENR,, /,,11, M" - F' I Hair care products . ,imdW.At   I Has suer fun m the sun and pool caused your I hair to turn GREEN or feel like straw? Come in for a De-Mineralizing Treatment and receive FREE hair care product to prevent further chlorine buildup. I Call for appointment and more information. I 905 Hw. 97, Brewster (509) 689-01861 er Simmons and Anne Neunecker and Joey Bighouse. Jenni isa former Miss Pateros and graduate of Pateros High School. Pater0s First United Methodist Church Visits daughter in Califomia Betty Lundell of Methow visited her daughter Melissa and Jeff Farmer in Dana Point, California, for a week. They celebrated Melissa's birthday attending an outdoor symphony at Orange County. Hying back to Seattle, Betty joined husband John for the trip home. He had had been visiting family in Seattle. Sister visiting here Dorothyand Jim Timm of Brcwster have been entertaining his sister Irene Gannon from New York. They attended the Timm family reunion July 8 at the fair grounds in Moses Lake meeting some relatives for the first time. Ninety-one turned out for the event. The two week visit included a drive up to Alta Lake, a trip to Carlton for dinner, and sightseeing the Quad City area and Omak for a look at all the changes since Irene's last visit. Travel to Cheyenne Buck Benton of Pateros headed out July 17 for a trip to Wyoming where he took in all nine days of Frontier Days in Cheyenne. The first few days were hot, he reported, then a cool front came in requiring the use of a jacket and some heat in the motorhome at night. Buck traveled home via Montana traveling some country he hada't seen before. An all around "great trip". To Garth Brooks concert in Spokane Gloria Bowman of Brewster Hat and her daughter Cindy Brown of P',ua- disc Hill traveled to Spokane July 27. A stop was made in Coulee Dam where they were joined by daughter-in-law Glenda Bowman and granddaughters Jenni and Lareasa. Wilbur was next. There the travelers joined Gloria's son Robert Bowman for the rest of the journey. The rest of the journey to the Spokane Arena and the Monday night performance of the Garth Brooks con- cert. "It was really good, we had lots of fun, and." ,said Gloria, "the tickets were courtesy of son Dan Bowman of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho." All the Bowman group returned to Coulee Dam after the concert for a 'short' overnight stay. Before ar- riving home Tuesday evening, Gloria and Cindy spent the day visiting with Gloria's parents Joe and Elsie Ianetta, sisier Linda Logue, niece Sila Payne and her two daughters, Tawnee and Trae Ann. Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m, Children's Sermons Children's Bible Study Fellowship "lqme 12:00 p.m. 124 N. Dawson, Pateros (509) 923-2591 POTTY WAGON Subdivisions Road Construction Septic Systems " Tree Removals Homesite Preparation 689-2482 or 689-2455 eve. Carter Excavation, Inc, Come Join Us With Lynus & Lucy A little of everything! Friday, August 7 9 p.m.to 1:30 a.m. KODI'S NOON 154 Pateros Mall DUANE L. RANAO.D. 123 Hospital Way, Brewster _._ d tfZ/o . (509) 689-2342 '  Dr. Rana's Su.nnner00 time " . l S pecial 20/o off on '" . ,FRA00S,/ In stock "August 3 to August 31, 1998 Oakley's also available bunt not on sale Otmd Ci.ly Herald Attend Army reunion in Reno Cecil and Sally Searcy of Bridge- port Bar attended the 51 lth Parachute Infantry Association reunion in Rend, Nevada,July 15- ! 9. Cecil, who served in the Army 1943 - 1945, was one of the original paralroopers of I Com- pany. The event, held in the Flamingo Hilton, had a turn out of over 300 taking in the meetings and banquet. Re-activated A Company parachuted in for the reunion. The Company's Colorguards also presented the colors to 511 th president, Gene Sprague. Sally kept busy at the reunion's reception desk helping Sec./Treas. Leo Kocher and Troopers John Gilmore and Joe Vansuch while Cecil attended meetings and visited old friends. Captain Steven Inouye presented the Searcys with a 511 th Parachute Infantry Association silver coin, the Association's original logo on one side and the new logo on the other. The couple had sponsored an Asso- ciation member at the banquet and with Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Volpone, Mr. and Mrs. Maurie Gayle, and Leo Kocher took six members out for dinner one evening. Sally received a General's Coin of Excellent from Colonel Ron Stelmasezyk and one from let Lieu- tenant Kareem P. Men,ague for her friendliness and help to those register- ing and her work at the reception desk. August 6 1998 Paa, 3 Join tour to British Columbia Del and Gevie McClure and Mort, ell Hull of Brewster and Gladys Still of Bridgeport joined the A-Bout Tours in Wenatchee on July 20 for a five day tour to British Co- lumbia. In Chilliwack they visited the Minter Gardens which were "beau- tiful and interesting". They stayed in Sury overnight then boarded the sternwheeler 'The Native" Tuesday for a tour of the Fraser River, a buffet luncheon was served on board. Later they boarded the Tsawassen Ferry for the trip to Victoria where they spent three days seeing the sights - visiting Parliament, Empress Ho- tel, Royal British Columbia Museum, Crystal Gardens, the Wax Museum and going to Buchart Gardens in the evening and watching a musical stage show with beautiful costumes, old time tunes were sung. They rode a double-decker bus and toured Victoria 'seeing beautiful homes, landscaped yards, and "flowers were every- Where". Some of the tour group went north to Chemainus for a look at the giant world famous murals, drawn from old-time photos, on most of the buildings. "Wonder- ful to see," reported Morrell. The Brewster/Bridgeport trav- elers arrived home Friday evening after having a "great trip". SENIOR NEWS Menu - August 6 thru 13 Members and Mends if your birth- day is on or near the day of serving (lunch) you get to be first in line. Thursday, Aug. 6- Turkey wieners, baked beans, celery and carrot sticks, macaroni salad, buns, melon slices. Monday, Aug. 10 - Pot roast, veg- etables, cole slaw, rolls, pudding. Tuesday, Aug 11 - Egg salad sand- wiches, vegetable soup, apple salad, ice cream. Thursday, Aug 13 - Turkey loaf, mashed potatoes, green salad, bread, jello. 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 first), the price of $4.70. Pinochle - Fifteen players turned out for last week's pinochle party at the Center. Opal Zwicker, high; Karen Annie, low; Iia Renner, traveler;, Nettie Hannum, doorpfize; Helen Carmen, round robin. Potluck Party, The Senior Cen- ter Will hold a potluck party on the third Wednesday of every month. Location will be announced. Music, Music, Musk- The Center is having "special" music every Thursday. Come join us. Medical Supplies - Seniors, the Center now has miscellaneous medical supply items for loan out - wheelchairs, crutches, bed rails, and other items. Join Us - The Senior Center of- fers Quad City area seniors many opportunities for good conversa- tion, good friends, good meals, and a variety of activities. So come on in and join the Center, the wel- come 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 main- taining the Center. Sometimes due to holidays the monthly pancake feed is not held. General Membership Meetings .... The General Membership meet- ings are held on the third Tuesday of the month beginning at 11 a.m. I ' ! August 6 Brewstor: Volunteer Rremen,AlcohoUcsAnonymous, Lions Club Pateros: Volunteer Firemen, School Board Bridgeport: Volunteer Firemen, West End Club Methow: Volunteer Firemen Mansfield: Lions Club August 8 Pateros: Alcoholics Anonymous August g Brewster: Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous August 10 Brewster: Al-Anon, Chess Club, Alcoholics Anonymous, Fire District 5 Commissioners, Christian Women's Luncheon, United Cultures Pateros: Lake Pateros Garden Club Bridgeport:MasonicLodgo#193,Sports Boosters, Fire Dtsl#7 Commislxs Mansfield: Chamber of Commerce August 11 Brewster: Narcotics Anonymous, Kiwanis, Clinic of Hope Bridgeport: Quad City Eagled & Auxiliary, Bar Belles Mansfield: City Council August 12 Brewster: Take Off Pounds Sensibly, Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous, City Council, Civic League, Chief Joe Gem & Mineral Club Bridgeport: City Council if you know of a club that would like to be listed in the Community Calendar please call 689-2507 and let us know. Thank you! New Testament Christian Academy 1809 Sunset Drive, Brewster FALL REGISTRAT Preschool, Kindergarten, . 1st Grade Openings Only , i Phonics- Cursive Writing OFFICE HOUR00 5