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Pao~4,Aug 9. 2001 Ouad City. H~rald Kids gather to hear fish stories from Debts McVay. The fish story is an old and honored means of communication. Traditionally the fish story is always an enthralling tale, of course. And Debra McVay's are in the classic tradition. McVay used little fish and big fish, fabric fish and glass fish, fish songs, fish pictures and fish noises to tell fish stories at the Bridgeport and Brewster public libraries, as well as the Children's House in Brewster. Cheryl Schweizer photo McVay and the kids in the audience played guessing games and sang songs; McVay told stories and the kids made fish. And she had a special big fat spyglass, made from leather and glass, with views of the ocean. The program was part of the library's Dive Into Books summer reading promotion. McVay is the outreach librarian for the North Central Washing- ton Regional Library. lists students Samara Sirek-Love, Methow, has been named to the Wenatchee Valley College spring-quarter President's List for earning a per- fect grade point average (4.00) in 12 or more graded credits. The following Wenatchee Valley College students have been named to the spring-quarter Dean's List for earning grade point averages of 3.50 to 3.99 in 12 or more credits. Brewster: Elba Fernandez, Cody Humborg, Darren Moore, Nathan Skirko. George E. Snider, George G. Snider, Donna Whitley, Gene Wick. Bridgeport: Stephanie Hegel, An- drea Henton, Cipriana Montes, Terri Zahn. Mansfield: Lorie Gross, Nicole Jenson, Christy McGraw, Joannua Scheibe. Methow: Jacob Bucholz, Heather Johanson. Pateros: Tami Burnett, Cameron Hofmann, Melanie Williams. Lusns and Ed Harlan New principal and at School Richard Dahl on honor roll Richard Dahl, Bridgeport, has been placed on the honor roll at St. Martin's College for spring 2001 semester. The honor was based on credit load and grade point average. Kids 4-H group Festival in Bridgeport changes meeting place Valley Ventures 4 - H group will be holding their meeting at Bridgeport area evengelical Elaine Kesti's home instead of churches are working together to ' the Library on Thursday, August sponsor the "Fireman Park Kids Fes- 9 at 6:00 p.m. Wendy Shomler rival" on Saturday, August 18, 2001 will be the guest. She will help from 10:00AM till 2:00 PM in Fire- prepare the kids for showing animals man Park. The event is targeted at and projects at the OkanoganCounty Bridgeport area children kindergar-Fair. Any questions contact Elaine Recent new residents in Brewster Glendale, California and Melissa, a are Ed and Luaus I-larlan. He will be 2001 graduate nurse, working in principalanduppergradeteacherand South Haven, Michigan. she will teach in the lower grades for They are busy building a garage the Brewster Seventh-day Adventist and landscaping their yard at their school, home on Brewster Flat. The couple is moving here from Lansing, Michigan. Besides Michi- gan they have taught school in Alaska, California and Wyoming. SDA School sets They are graduates of Union Col- lege in Lincoln, Nebraska. He ob- re.;strat;on - rained his master degree in education from Andrews University as she The Seventh-dayAdventistSchool achieved her master in education at will be holding registration August 9 - Walla Walla College. for all grades (1 to 9) 7 - 9 p.m. They have two grown daughters, School is scheduled to open Au- Tricia (Mrs. Jon Gessels) a teacher at gust 27. YESTERYEARS Cont' d from page 2 August 14, 1981 Record wheat yields in the Mansfield area are forcing the grain elevators here to store wheat outside for the second year in a row. The Roandtable Restaurant changed hands August 1, when August 9. Dale Smith finished in the money at a Longview rodeo recently, with a first in calf roping. Sherry Hayes, a nurse's aide at Brewster Hospital, was nominated by her co-workers to be named the first "Employee of the Month." A big, old fashioned, Community ten age through those going into the Kesti. Richard (Butch) and Betty Pryor, Auction will be sponsored by the formerS. ,of ir throp, xogk 9v r Brew, stgT, h be, r, of Commerce, ,;,Tth,grade but everone is welcome. : ' : the i" ', ; 'iftB th '6 e' 'd'placeto be "- : :,i,Therewi!lbe many activities includ2 . ' - a J ,:,:, : : :, = . -,-. ing: a dunk tank, free bicycle repair, ," Each kernel of p0pcorn on- Arlene J'alir, wiio j3lan to rehre after,annouiac l tet. Cl n-persoffs are" " ten years Of ownership. Eva Stotier and Jill Banner. = Top row left to right: Samantha Chedester, Whitney Parsons, and Jonathan Sullivan. Bottom row left to right: Brook SatUer, Kendall Parson, Jennifer Parsons, and Micaela Martinez. group attends leadership conference These Bridgeport students attended a Future Business Leaders of America National Leadership Conference June 26 through July 3 in Orlando Florida. Chaperones were Janie Jenkins. Cheryl Parsons and guest Whitney Parsons. While in Florida they went to Epcot center, Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Blizzard Beach waterslides and the MGM. Olcano n lSin o-Casino, Aunt 18 relays and games, crafts, free hair rains a small drop of water stored cuts, bubble blowing, food, and face inside a circle of soft starch eur- painting, and a real live clown! Live rounded by the kernel's hard music isin theworks too. It'sall free outer surface. As the kernel so spread the word to all the kids :in heats up, the water begins to the Bridgeport area!' Contact A1 expand, and pressure builds Dezutter686-2901 (English)orLaura - against the hard starch. Pventu- Hernandez 686-9122 (Spanish/En- ally, this hard surface gives way, glish) if you have questions, causing the popcorn to explode. t Wayne Luft came to the Methow in 1946 packing horses for an outfit that ran sheep throughout the Sawtgoth Range of the North Cascades Mountains. He was a professional!outfitter for many years and still packs and rides into the Methow High Country every chance he gets. These are some of the stories of the happenings that took place while packing Boy Scouts, families, hunters, fishermen and friends into the Sawtooth and Pasayten Wilderness Area. Volume 4 ,- History of Herding Sheep CD's available at: Quad City Herald, Webster Furniture, Brewster Drug, Kodi's Noon Saloon, Pateros Ace Hardware, Sagebrush Restaurant, Methow Store, Super Stop, Rest Awhile Fruit Stand and Ira's Landing. Wayne Luft - 40 Otto Rd Pateros, WA 98846 509-923-2075 2 0thAnniveraarv Celebration Largest Bicycle & Snowboard sale in North Central Washington! 10% to 70% I0,000 Sq It of Inventory Bicycles, Helmets, Clothing, Cycling Computers, Racks, Locks, Trailers, Packs, Lights, ect. Snowboards, X-C Skis, Clothing and Accessories WINll! Door Pdzes- BMX & Mtn, Bikeel Snowboerd & Bindinge 10am - 8pro Daily August 6 -12 BIKE SHOP 137 S. OKANOGAN SALE HOT LINE (509)422-2969 SHOP (509)422-O710 www.theokbikesho A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Van Doren Pater0s Rrst United Methodist Church Sunday Worship 11.'00 a.m. Children's Sun. Sch. 11.'00 a.m. FeUowship"nme 12.'00 p.m. 124 N. 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