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September 10, 1981

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# Paae 4 September 10, 1981 Quad City Herald / Theresa Cn nk Robert Joy wed at nul00r00!al mass Theresa Annette Croak and Robert James Joy were united during a nuptial mass on August 8 at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Deming, Washington with the Reverend Patrick J• i:: Keaty officiating. ::: The bride designed and :: sewed her own gown which featured a Queen Anne ' neckline and an empire ' waist, both trlnuned with ' lace. The bodice was made " of white rose-patterned lace . over pure white. The sleeves " were puffed lace and chiffon ' from shoulder to elbow and tight fitted lace over white from elbow to wrist. They : were trimmed with mother-  of-pearl buttons and lace. The skirt was draped chiffon i i edged with lace over under-  skirting of lace, net, and , white. The gown bad a , chapellength train. The veil, also made by the 4" :r  matching necklace, and a blue garter • made by her sister, Mary ° Croak. She carried a silk bouquet of yellow roses, white hibiscus, and yellow and white baby roses. bouquet contained prayerbook given by the bride's father to the bride's ' mother on their wedding day, and the rosary which was her gtft from the groom. ' Mary Croak, sister of the /: bride, was maid-of-honor and bridesmaids were Joan- ne Croak, sister of the bride, i and Norm Joy, sister of the groom• Beverly Crank, sister of the bride, was can- i die-lighter and Virginia Croak, sister of the bride, was flower-girl. designed the girls' floor- length princess-style dresses of lightweight yellow knit ii with scoop necks and lace capes. The attendants ' carried a single silk long- ,; stemmed yellow rose and the flower-girl dropped daisies along the aisle. Best-man was Tom Flynn, . cousin of the groom. Ushers i were Pat Mulloy, cousin of :the groom and ....... McCullough all of Brewster. Lyle Croak, brother oft he bride, was ring-bearer. The groom and his attendants all i:wore rust tuxedos with black velvet trim. The groom's • shirt was trimmed in brown • ruffles and his attendants wore shirts trimmed in yellow ruffles. boutonnieres ibreath and a yellow silk rose. The bride arranged all the flowers for the wedding. The bride's brothers Kevin CWU expands Wenatc =ee classes Central Washington University is doubling its course offerings in Wenat- chee this fail, with a record- high 16 classes starting this month, according to Dr. William Benson, head of Central's off-campus programs. Because of recent com- munity interest in seeing more CWU involvement in the Wenatchee area, Benson said the course offerings each quarter will be expand- ed. "Because of stringent budgets, we are unable to of- fer an extended degree program or staff an off- campus center in Wenatchee this year," he said. "We hope, however, that our new classes are well- attended. We see Wenatchee as the center of Central's outreach activities in north study of Native American cultures or the geology of the Columbia Basin to aerobic conditioning and social in- teraction, the range of CWU fall quarter evening classes at Wermtchee High School is widening. Some classes, like classroom management techniques, teaching problems, and folk and square dance teaching methods, are designed especially for teachers. The university is offering fall classes in business management, sociology, an- thropology, psychology, geology, physical education, English and education. University officials are also exploring the future of instructional telecourses for academic credit in the Wenatehee area later in the year• "Because Yakima's Toni Miller, center, with younger sister Julie and Marflee Baptized in Canada Ten-year-old Toni Miller was accepted into member- ship of the Brewster Seven- th-day Adventist Church af- ter being baptized tids sum- mer in Edmonton, Alberta, while the family were on a brief vacation trip• Toni, daughter of Bob and Lois of Bridgeport, stayed on central Washington. This public television station, with Bob's cousin Pastor i,.: fall's expansion of class of- KYVE, Channel 47, is plan- ! ferings is the first step in our nlng to expand to Weuat- Gordon Miller and family for ! long-range goal-serving all chee, Moses Lake and Quin- of the Wenatchee Cam- cy this fail, we will perhaps . .41 munlty College district, in- be able to offer telecourses Spending the Labor Day cluding Chelan and as a class option during win- weekend at River Bend were Okanogan Counties," Ben- son said. Benson noted that CWU wl]l continue to work with WVC to develop upper level university courses attuned to local needs• From modern poetry to micro-computers, from the a visit and went with her cousin Charlene to the near- by Adventist junior camp for a week. Vacation trip by Amtrak Wayne and Sandy Lehr- man and boys returned Sept- ember 1 from a vacation trip which took them first to Albany, Oregon, to visit Sandy's sister for two days, then on to Fullerten, Califor- nia, via Amtrak. The Lehrmans spent a day each at Disneyland, KnoWs Berry Farm, and Marine- land, then traveled to lth Falls, Oregon, to do some steelhead fishing. They also ad-a piane ride over Mt. St. Helen's before retm home. Carol Dull and son Eric have been visiting rids week with her parents, the Harold Coxes. Carol has been joining in the peach canning. I G. Duane L. Rana " Optometry Office Now Open Monday -- Thursday 9 a.m. to  p.m. Friday 9 a.m. to 12 Noon ter or spring quarter," Ben- son said. Those who want more in- formation about CWU's fall quarter class schedules may contact Marlene Curtis at Weuatchee Valley College's Community Resource Cen- ter. Alicia Rose on Dean's list Alicia Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rose of Brewster, is studying Radio/Television Manage- ment at Eastern Washington University, Cheney, where she has been listed on the Dean's list, having achieved and Lawrence Crank, graduate of Brewster High presented the offertory gifts School and received a B.A. during mass, and her degree in Political Science brothers Glen and Darrel and Speech Commmdcation Croak accepted gifts at the from Gonzaga University in Jack McMillans door of the church. Mother 1980. He also received his have guests : of the bride, Margaret teaching certificate from the Weekend visitors at the Croak, and mother of the same institution this past home of Jack and Sharon groom, Loretta Joy, read the fall. He is currently attend. McMillan were Jack's Bible selections, ing Gonzaga Law School. cousins, Dr• and Mrs. Joe Music for the wedding was He is the son of Bud and Leach and two children of provided by the ',Zender LorottaJoyofBrewter. Edmonds, Mr. and Mrs. Five." The candles were lit The bride graduated from Larry Mannell and two to 'Today,' and the entrance Mt. Baker High School in song was 'When I Need 1976 and received B.B.A. children, Kennewick, Jack's Love.' The communion song degrees in marketing and brother, Jim McMflian and was 'Savior of the World' management and a minor in son, and his mother, Alice and the meditation song was accounting from Gonzaga McMilian, all of Kennewick. They spent one day at Lake 'Love Me Tender.' The bride University in 1980. She plans Chelan. and groom walked out to on starting her own 'Neverending Song of Love.' photography and advertising Fd and Nancy Rawley The brides parents held a business in Spokane. She is and sons Marty and Aaron of reception in St. Peter's Hall the daughter of Harold and Klrkland visited over the after the wedding• God- Margaret CroakofDeming. Labor Day weekend with mother of the bride, Theresa Mr. and Mrs. Robert Joy parents Fred and Rachel Johnston, cut the cake, will make their new home at Rawley of Browster. which was made by Norma W. 600 Corn #112, Spokane. Mulloy of Brewster, a cousin Christy Arden, Seattle, : bride, was of chiffon edged to the groom. Laura John- visited over the holiday in ! with lace, and held in place ston, cousin of the bride, Attend 8on'8 Brewster with her mother . by a rhinestone tiarra Nora Croak, cousin of the ; borrowed from the groom's bride, and Sally Pritcbard wedding Madelrn Arden. The ladies traveled to Pentleton, i cousin, Jedy Lane. The served beverages. Dancing Members of the John Canada. '; bride wore her mother's followed withlivemusic and Harmon family drove to r hi ne s t o n e a light buffet. The gifts were Seattle this past week-end Larry and Linda Blckbam a blue garter opened. The bridal couple for the wedding of their son, and children enjoyed a sister, Mary spent a brief picture-taking arried a silk honeymoon on Mt. Baker Paul, to Kathleen Holland. Labor Day trip up the North Attending from Bridgeport Cascades Highway and a ellow roses, and the North Cascade -- --- hike F , and yellow Highway, after spending besides John and Lucflle lntoCedar alia. were Rattle and Ruth Har ..... : .... .. V roses. The their first night in UOD ann r'earl Lly, vnm tained the Belllngbam. men with daughters Debbie Marsha Dick, Kim and K. C. iven by the Thegroom's parents held and Linda; Peter Harmon Knudaen of Okanogan, ',o the bride's a reception at the Brewster and Mary Whybark; Mary traveled to Stanwood over eir wedding Grange Hall on August 29. Jane and John Sletton with the holiday to visR Dick's :osary which Margaret Furhman, Toni their children Barbara, Eric mother, Mrs. Alice Knudn. athe groom. Shaw, Hanna Roberts, and Marcus who are visiting They noted blackberries sister of the Sheila Roberts, Kim Rober- from Phoenix, Arizona. were ripe and delirious. mid-of-honor ts, and Deanna Furhman, Is were Joan- Leslie Martin, all cousins of of the bride, the groom, assisted in ser- sister of the ving cake and opening gifts. erly Crank, The groom's family and Ide, was can- ;relatives then had a family d Virginia dlnner at his parents home. )f the bride, The groom is a 1976 • The bride girls' floor ode••• ••••••• ,tyle dresse., o, • yellow knil • • New , ks and lac, Selection : attendant le silk long. • of Welser andSchlage • , rose and the • • pped daisle.’ • Locks. • • New Dead Belt Locks • Tom Flynn, • • om. Ushen • DUTCH BOY * [ Jonsey & The Sundowners [ )y, cousin of • • • Architectural  .. • |nd Lester • Finisher l-terlor :. • I Saturday, September 12 i of Brewster. _ , _ other of the w Vinyl Latex ): • . bearer. The • FiatPnint • ttendants all ? S  5 0  • )s with black • g • e groom's • • ed in brown • 9 • I attendants • Graver s • rimmed in • . . • • • . Bu,ld,ng. of baby's • • • pply .. o Su • grswstsr Tel. 6Sg-22211 • OOeOOOOOOO0• a 3.52 average for the winter quarter, a 3.75 average for the spring quarter and a 3.58 average for the summer quarter of 1981. Alicia graduated from Brewster High School in 1980. Holiday visitors Holiday weekend visitors at Rod and Jano Weheter's home were their daughter and family, Ellen and Keno Kabuco, Jason and Amy, Federal Way and Carolyn Lakewold of Olympia. Visiting Pros and Florence Schuttar Monday were Clara Sterley and Mr. and Mrs. John Eberal of Ellensburg. Jim Schutter has returned home after spending the summer working in Oregon, and pkns to return to classes at Spokane Community College. Euretta Clough of Bain- bridge Island has been visiting Norrna Wilson the past week. 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