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i ][Bud and Lucia Shull to celebrate golden anniversary Lucia and Bud Shull Charles (Bud) and Lucia Shull of Brewster will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary at a receotion Saturday, Septem- ber 5. The affair will be held in the Brewster Grange Hall from 2 to 4 in the afternoon. The special occasion is being arranged by the couples' chil- dren Roxanne Thayer, her hus- band Jim, children Desiree" and Lacy of Fruitland, Washington, Laura Craig and husband Colin and son Brent of Wenatchee, and son Randy Shuli and wife Lita, Ryan and Kristen of Entiat. Charles Shull and Lucia Hini Farewell for swim instructor A brunch was given recently to honor Emily Christensen, the swim/ aerobics instructor for a group of Bridgeport ladies. The fun farewell was held at the Bridgeport home of J0anne Smith. Emily has accepted a teaching position at Mabton. Attending the affair were Janet Smith, Melba Cannon, Jeanne Smith, Velma Groeneveld, Sharon Wilfong, ,lice van Zwoll, Toots Wells, and Sara Little. Unable to attend but sending their best wishes were Kathy Mullin, Betty O'Brien, Ren6 Rickles, and Ruth Joyner. Travel in Montana Spending a long weekend in Mon- tana were Dorthy and Howard Gamble of Brewster. Their sightseeing travels included Clacier Park, a drive over the Going To The Sun Highway, and the Charlie Russell Museum and Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Great Falls. Host family gathering The Johnson family, Dianne, Paul, Jason, Justin, Jessica, Joshua, and Jonathon entertained family from Oregon over the weekend. Here from Portland were Paul's sister Liz and AI Cassens and family and from Pendleton Paul's brother Tim Johnson and family. Lois of visiting, kids playing, camping in the back yard, and a trip to the waterslides in Chelan were part of the long weekend ac- tivities .............. Birthday celebration John Harmon of Bridgeport cel- ebrated his 80th birthday with wife Lucille and family at the Steak House in Bridgeport the evening of August 18. Fun, food, and fellowship turned into a surprise affair as friends joined the party for the 'big 80th' celebra- tion. After dinner a decorated birth- day cake was served with ice cream. No.Job Too Small ] Whntes --:7, Constructnon Co. New construction, remodel & repair Commercial & Residential 30 Years Experience KEN WHITE, owner Licemed ![,TES (509)422-3714 ' NOW AVAILABLE! Toraatoes, Nectarines, Corn, Plums, Garlic, Canning Peaches, several varieties of early apples We will bake pies, bread, cinnamon rolls to order BAKE SHOP & ESPRESSO BAR OPEN: 8 A.M. - 7:30 P.M. * EVERYDAY Rest f=ttuhile I=ruilE 5ta Boke Shop & Espresso 53 Highway 153, Patems. WA. 98846 509.923.2256 lakechelan.com/rest.htm I Hot Cakes & Eggs, Ham or Sausage n Friday, August 28 I I 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. I Stay and join us for pinochle at 7:30 p.m. i I Brewster Senior Center', I ..... ..Adu Ijs-J;3... 0..0_ _ _ _Unde L 1_2 - $2a.00 j If It's Results You Want-It's CLASSIFIED ADS You Need SpecialPrice! "xk. Thursday, August r.( 6th, 13th & 20th I[k,"-7 $9_. XO0 eash A'  q"l"- I WJWWlllnotblllforthn August 27 Only Physicals $20.00 cash Dr. Van Tassel & Mark Miller, PT will be available for consultations on the 27th from I to 5 p.m. if you have special needs iiI this area. C 'ty ommunl Medical Center ,..----.... 520 W. Indian Ave., Btewster. 689-2525 1.800-639-1100 I September 6, 1948 were united in marriage Sep- tember 6, 1948 in Oliver, B.C., Canada. They have lived in Brewster since 1954 and been self em- ployed operating Bud's Rain- bow and Tire Service, Caribou Campers, and the last 12 years before retiring owned Shuil's Towing & Parts. Lucy has been active in the part time antique shop, Fort Okanogan Trading Post, for many years. The couple still attend and take part in many antique shows. Family requests no gifts please, but anyone with a special memory or photo of the couple is asked to share it at the reception. Attend family reunion Glenn and Gloria Bowman of Brewster Flat were among the 105 family members attending the Hartl family (Gloria's mother's side) re- union recently in the park at Chelan. Visiting, reminiscing, eating, swim- ming, and looking over the family photo albums were part of the day's activities. Gloria's aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. George Hartl of Rock Island were honored at the event as their children surprised them with flow- ers, pictures and a decorated cake for their 50th wedding anniversary. Those attending included all the Glenn Bowman children: Dan from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; Robert and his family from Coulee Dam; Larry and family from Bridgeport Bar; and from Paradise Hill,Tim and his family Quad City. Hrald August 27. 19R Vanessa Ekvall and Tyson W illey exchange vows by century-old barn Vanessa Ekvali, Brewster, and Tyson Willey, Collegedale, TN., ex- changed vows July 26, 1998, offici- ated by her grandfather Dr. Mervyn Hardinge, Brewster, and Dr. Clarence Ekvall, Deer Park, CA., in a West- ern/Victorian lawn setting by the sprawling, century-old log barn at the home of her parents, Drs. Merlin and Jeanne Ekvall. The groom is the son of Richard and Karen Wiiley of Willits, Cali- fornia. The bride wore the wedding dress her mother had worn nearly 26 years earlier, and carried an old-fashioned bouquet accented by roses and del- phinium. Her attendants, wore lawn- length gowns of periwinkle blue. The groom, along with his atten- dants, was outfitted in cowboy boots and blue jeans topped by tuxedo coat. During the ceremony, Dr. Ekvall spoke the traditional line "Any ob- jections to...". Two vigorous voices from somewhere among the guests thundered "we object!'" Immediately thre groomsmen whipped out pis- tols (cap) and with booming warn- ing Sroclaimed, "Not at this wed- ding, you don't!" Chinese streamers were released when the newlyweds were intro- duceda memento of Vanessa's hav- ing been born in Taipei, Taiwan. Attending the bride were her sis- ter of honor, Melissa Ekvall; maid O f honor Lisa Christensen, Redlands, California, bridesmaids Karina Schmunk, Prunedale, CA., Caroline Nicola, Cedar Pines, CA., Rachelle and Melissa Willey, Willits, CA., and flower girls Brittany and Brooke Netzel, Chicago. Best man was Darren Rich, Three Rivers, CA., groomsmen Greg Zinke, Stan Wheeler and Nathan Costerisan, all of Collegedale, TN., Jeff Schnoor, Orlando, FI., Kevin Ekvall, Brewster, and Bible boy Jaime Gish, Walla Walla. Among the special guests were grandmothers Margaret Hardinge and Reatha Ekvall, grandparents Dick and Donna Willey, and Bill and Nona Gish.. Trumpeter Bob Quigley, Orlando, hailed the bridal processional ac- Family gathers in Denver Kim and Dave Michel and daughter Emily of Brewster Flat and Devin and Scott Worsham of Brewster flew to Denver. Colorado, August 5 for a fam- ily gathering with Kim and Devin's mother Sherry Wamsley. Also there for the occasion was their brother Scan Based from Los Angeles, California. This was the first time in six years the family 'has all gotten together. Activi- ties included golfing, sightseeing in the area, attending a Rockies game, and catching up on family news. Kim and Emily enjoyed a second week with and Cindy Brown and her family. " Sherry while the rest returned home. iii i 00uality Fabric We Sell & Service All Sewing Machines/ Mary's Fabric & Craft (located in House of Draperies) 118 2nd N., Okanosan , 422-2703 Elect ManHunt Douglas County Commissioner DistriCt #3 Ma , Hunt-- When Elected.. "1 will be seeking your mvolvement to learn about your needs', ideas and concerns" For more information about Mary Hunt call (509) 632- 5213 PO Box 326 Man.?fieM 98830 , Paid for by the Committee to Elect Mary Hunt, Republican Paaa Mr. and Mrs. companied by Ben Gish and the string quartet of Walla Walla. Daniel Erickson and Caroline Nicola sang following personal sketches by Jeff Schnoor and Lisa Christensen. Pianist Sara Grable, Spokane, played Chopin's Prelude. Kevin Ekvall joined Bob and Rob- ert Quigley in a trumpet trio reces- sional.' The bride and groom cut the wed- ding cake at the lawn reception co- ordinated by Esther Stout and em- ceed by Pastor Sum Beerman. Serving at the buffet coordinated by Emily Canwell were Shelley Smith and Lanaya Finkbiner, Dane Zinc and Leilani Schnoor, Chelane Canwell, Jamie Miller and Sharna Aaen. Debbie Kelley was wedding co- Photo courtesy of "Portraits by Theresa" Tyson Willey ordinator. Assisting with guest book, programs and gifts were Andy Edwards. Amy Chinnock, Jodi Wheeler, Missy Cabana and Karah Thompson. Vanessa graduated from Upper Columbia Academy, Spangle, and received the A.S. in nursing from Southern Adventist University in Collegedale where she's continuing study toward the bachelor of sci- ence in nursing. Tyson graduated from Monterey Bay Academy, WaLsonville, CA., and plans to finish his major in biology at SAU. Mr. and Mrs. Willey are now at home in Collegedale, TN., follow- ing their wedding trip to the Colo- rado mountains. Visit with daughter Annabel Weldon and her sister Fay Lorz returned to Brewster Sunday af- ter spending several days with Annabel's daughter Marie and Bill Caste and their daughter Madison in Otis Orchards. Fay spent a few days in Sandpoint visiting with her daughter Annalee and family while Annabel and Madison had fun walking the hills - they ,saw two deer, worked in the garden where Madison enjoyed chas- ing a frog, and picked beans and cu- cumbers. After a relaxing, fun visit, Marie chauffeured the ladies home. Visting family here Mercedes Santiago of Wesleyville, Pennsylvania, has been here visiting her mother Margaret Boersma. sisters Patty Sing and Pare Wil- liams and brother Tom An'ert. Mercedes, whose last visit to the area was 22 years agol no- ticed quite a change in the coun- tryside. She's enjoyed reneving old friendships and catching up on the town's news. Grange Pateros: Volunteer Firemen Bridgeport: Volunteer Firemen, Fire District #7 Methow: Volunteer Firemen Mansfield: Volunteer Firemen August 29 Pateroa: Alcoholics Anonymous August 30 Brewstar: Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous August 31 Brewster: Al-Anon, Chess Club, Alcoholics Anonymous Bridgeport: Poetry Club, Alcoholics Anonymous September 1 Brewster: Narcotics Anonymous, Kiwanis, Bridle Club, Okanogan County Fire District #5 Ambulance, Chamber of Commerce Mansfield: Rebekahs September 2 Brewster: Take Off Pounds Sensibly, Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous, Columbia Democratic Women, American Legion Post 97, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 97 Bridgeport: United Methodist Women, Planning Commission Mansfield: 4-H Club If you know of a club that would like to be fisted in the Community Calendar please call 689-2507 and let us know. Thank you/ i presents a Pater0s Football Benefit Saturday, August 29, 1998 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. I I I ] I ]111 IIJ II I I I , [ ] Enjoy one of our delicious dinner specialst[ $2.00 a plate will Chmken Fry -$6.95 otow,,t. I ' football program Steak & Cajun Shrimp - $8.95  " I Grilled Chicken Breast - $7.9 - Come meet the team, , .- . Coach Leto Lanius & 4r   / /