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Ouad City. HArald Aug 9. 2001 Page 3 CHAPEL 510 West Indian Brewster, WA 98812 Birdie Mumma will celebrate her 110 birthday at an open house at her home on Sunday, August 12. Birdie will welcome guests from two until four in the afternoon. Mrs. Mumma, after due consideration, has decided to invite her son, Ray, to her party on Sunday if he promises to behave. From the August 13, 1981 Bertha Mumma "would do it all again" Bertha Mumma will be 90 years young on August 16 and her family will be having a celebration in honor of the special occasion, at the home of her son Ray, her in Brewster. According to Bertha, "I found out about it when I read it in the paper this week." She seemed overwhelmed with the knowledge that "people care and love so much," as evidenced in the vast amount of cards, letters and phone calls she's had since the announcement of her upcoming birthday. "I've had a happy life," she says, "And I would do the same things all over again, if I could." NOW SHOWING RIO THEATRE 689-1}41}4 Bertha Mun~M,1918 Bertha Mumma, from the August 13, 2000 Issue of the Quad City Herald. She came to Brewster for the first noted over the years has been that "there time in 1917. returned to California, is not as much neighborliness anymore then returned in 1919, as the bride of since we have hospitals to care for our Roy Mumma. She sick. etc people used lived on the Brewster to look after one another. Flats. down by the everyone would pitch in riverandinthehome "WOUM do it for a neighbor." where she now Bertha still enjoys resides, sincecoming ]],-w,~ ~, cooking and has recently here. a,s a, [ ' cannedsomeapricotsfor Afterherthreesons, . winter. She also loves Glen, Ray and Don Bertha Mumma to do yard work. "I don't weremised, shewent go very much, friends to work cooking in and family drop by to a restaurant. "I didn't like pickin' see me though and I enjoy that very apples," she chuckled adding,"I don't much," she said. "My collie dog,"Cruiser" think anyone does." Husband Roy keeps me company too," she said, was busy with his trucking business, affectionately. She boasts of four "Wben I came here our sidewalks were granddaughters, two grandsons and 10 and we had one town marshall," great-grandchildren (7girls and 3 boys) said Bertha who noted all the"New people and reflects on her past life and years in town now." ahead with a smile insisting "I wouldn't She said the biggest change she has change a thing." Aug 9 Brewster - Grange, AA, Volunteer Firemen Bridgeport Bar, Pateros, Methow - Vol. Firemen Bridgeport - Vol. Firemen, American Legion Post 218, Omak - SCORE Aug 10 Aug 12 Pateros - Spanish AA Aug 13 Brewster - Fire Dist. 5 Comm Christian Women's Luncheon, Chess Club, AA Pateros- School Board Bridgeport - Sports Boosters Bridgeport Bar - Fire Dist. #7 Commissioners Aug 14 Brewster -Circle of Hope, Kiwanis Bridgeport - Quad City' Eagles & Auxiliary, Bar Belles, Mansfield - City Council Brewster- American Legion, Post Pateros - Chamber of Commerce, 97, Women's League, TOPS Spanish An. Dr. Dolittle 2 PG FRIDAY & SATURDAY 7:00 p.m. SUNDAY: 5:15 p.m. MONDAY: 6:30 p.m. ALLSEATS $3 PG 13 FRIDAY & SATURDAY 9:00 p.m. SUNDAY: 7:00 p.m. Cherries, Cider, Apples, Peaches, Apricots, Garlic & Baked Goods. Serving Sandwiches GIFT SHOP OPEN MONDAY T/IRUSATI DAY 8 AM TO 6 PM SUNDAY 9 hM TO S PM Ir'y'wwl CAlL 923-2256 OR 923.2#36 I est Mwhile Pruit 5rand Bake Shop & Espresso 53 Highway 153, Pateros, WA 98846 S Brewster Senior Menu August 9 thin August 16 Thmsday, August 9 - Hamburgers with btm. chips, vegetable macaroni salad, bakedbeans,relishway, icecream. Monday, August 13 - Pork chop casserole,mixed vegetable, rolB, apple/ celery salad, cake. Hull family gathers in Las Vegas Recently 15 members of the Hull family traveled to Las Vegas for basketball and vacation. Mike, Diane, Cfint andClara Hull from Pateros drove fruit Way, ice cream. Lunch is served in the Center on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and to Mattawa where they joined Mark, is open to anyone over age 60, member Katie, Kayla, and Garter Hull for an or not. Individuals und the age of 60 18-hourtrip.Theyarrivedafterdarkon can also eat (would be helpful if they Monday and enjoyed the fights as they calledin first) for the pdce of $5.50. drove over the hill into Las Vegas. Pinochle: Hanna Hull and Amy Jones flew in while others enjoyed the rest of the sites. Saturday and Sunday the troops headed back the way they arrived to their homes across Washington state. Clara Hull of Pateros, Rachael Brownlee ofOkanogan,and Kayla Hull of Mattawa attended basketball day camp at Eastern Washington University. Clint Hull was one of the staff members. While attending camp, Tuesday, Augustl4-Sweet&sourTwenty players turned out for the fromSpokanewiththerestoftheBHP the crew stayed in Spokane with Dan, meatballs, bread, noodles, vegetable August8cardpartyattheCenter, High, :Pack Basketball team on= Tuesday. l) anna, Heidi, and Adam Lague. med)e2g, green salad, and jello. JuanitaMcCally;lowJeanneJohnson; Vicki Hull and Matt Hull from Azwell In the seventh and eighth grade. They, August 16 - Chicken traveler, Elaine NickeR; door prize, flew in from Spokane as well. Randy. division, Rachael was selected "Moyd. enchiladas, tacochips, slicedtomatoes, MaxHellea';roundrobin,OpalZwicker. DonnaandMarkJouesfromDarrington Improved Camper" forth week. flew in from Seattle and join tithe rest While in Cheney, Mike Hull from of the gang on Wednesday. Pateros, Mark Joues of Darrington and " They watched the BHP Pack team Mark and Garrett Hull of Mattawa go 2-3 during the four-day toumamont, watched some of the Seahawks The ldds rode the New York New York TrainingCampandhadtheopportunity rollercoaster and did some swimming to get a few autographs. Jamie Huey of Spokane has been Visiting from Mt. Vernon recently staying with her grandmother Ira was Tim and Jama Hiltz and daughter Mac Huey for two weeks. While Devon. Staying at Tim's parents here she visited other family members, home Jane and Don Hiltz of Pateros. aunt Melodyand uncle Jim Verbeck, They visited with Jama's parents cousinsLindseyandKelsey, uncle Jerry and Velina Bryant also of Steve and aunt Cindy Huey and Pateros. While here they attended cousinsStephanie, Steve, andBrandee the Apple Pie Jamboree ailofBrewster.Lots of swimming, festivities. Visiting and attending church was the main activities of her stay. Tom Sampson and son Evan of Seattle and nephew Neff Welch of Edmonds surprised mother Dot Sampson, for a weekend of visiting at her Brewster home. Former Brewster resident Alice Sheets Adams hosted 23 family members for a potluck and afternoon of visiring at her home in Wenatchee. Tim and Kerry Harvey and sons Attending wereRonandJudyAdams Brandton and Blaine of Pateros ofLaneaster, California, LeonaAdams, recently went camping up the Entiat Bob and Marge Adams, Fred, Davie River at Lake Creek.Joining them and Alicia Adams, Brett, Justin and Austin Adams all from East was Kerry's brother Lynn and Theresa Lowther of Wenatchee. This past Wenatchee.LarryMillerfromChelan, weekend the Harvey's traveled to Ed and Shirley Miller, Joe and Patty Dial, Brett and Ashley Bise, IssaquahtohelpfriendLindaSpercich Roy, Sybol and Wayne Dial from celebrate her 50 birthday with an open house. Bridgeport Bar. Hosting a surprise birthday party for Vicki lsensee this past weekend was Mike and Charmaine Webster and children Tina and Macie, Rosie and Jacob Peele, children Shelby and Dakota and Eva Stotler all of Brewster. Fifteen attended the barbecue potluck. Red and Margaret Reynolds of Brewster hosted an 18th birthday lmny for granddaughter Jessie Marshall of Omak. Her mother Rae Marshall and friend Paul of Spokane, and various other family members of Quad City area were present to help celebrate her birthday. Rod Webster of Brewster had company this past weekend. Daughter Ellen and husband Steve Adamson of Tacoma and granddaughter Amy Bolstad and fianc6 Joe. While here they attended a Webster cousins family reunion held at the Webster cabin at Conconully. Alsoattending thereunion from Brewster was Mike Webster and daughter Macie and her friend Kendra Vallauce,WynnWebster, Dan and Kim Webster and their children Lindsey, Gab and Cody. Eleven other cousins and families also attended the event. Coming to help Freda Snider of Brewster this past weekend was son Joe Snider of Seattle, son-in-law Dwayne Robins of Rock Island and George and Lod Snider of Brewster. They are building a storage shed for Freda. Several guests made good use of the swimming pool in the afternoon. Colleen and Bud Galipeau Betty Lundell of Pateros and daughters Michelle Lundell, Melissa and husband JeffFarmer of Seattle BudandColleenGalipeancelebrated retirement for several years, having recently returned from a week in the their 50 wedding anniversary on July sold their service station business on Cayman Islands. Joining them were friends from Orange County. 14 at their Colville home with family Main Street in Colville. California. The trip was a surprise and friends. TheyhavefivechildrenGregg, Doug, for Melissa for this was her birthday Father Robert O' Neil officiated the Roger, Darryl, and Becky, there are present that they celebrated on the wedding ceremony July 14, 1951 at also five grandchildren. island. While there they took boat Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Joining the couple for anniversary trip tours around the island, Betty Brewster, and a reception followed the dinner were brother Bud Smith, swam with stingrays and fed them, ceremony on the beautiful lawn at the cousins Ike and Doris Vailance all they saw big turtles andate wonderful Hoke Smith home. ofBrewster andcousin Vic Schempp food, reportedLundell. The Galipeaus have enjoyed of Ephrata. Barbara Eisner of Brewster and daughter Karen Strain and her daughter Jessica of White Salmon recently returned from a week stay in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Staying with Barbara's niece,Lisa Brendmuehl and family. While there Jessica spent her time at gymnastic camp. The ladies visited Valley Forge and did a lot of sightseeing in the area, They took the train to New York, and visited Washington D.C. for two days before returning home. A girl, Debora Gutierrez, on 7-26-01 to Jose Gutierrez and Silvia Munoz of Pateros. A girl. Alecia Karina Escalera on 7-26-01 to Pad Escalera and Mireya Rendon of Brewster. A girl, Zueika Marie Proustgaard on 7-274) 1 to Bryan Wayue Proustgaard and Amber Farrar of Okanogan. A girl, Jobima Lizette Martinez on 7-28-01 to Jaime Chavez and Eunice Martiuez of Bridgeport. A boy, Luis Fernando Rodriguez, 7-29-01 on Jose Luis Rodriguez and Alejandra Maninez of Browstet. Buy one .2nd one l off All ,clay pottery S 25891 Hwy Sat. August 18@ 5:00 p.m. I4awaiian duds Adults - $8.00 10 & under - $4.00