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Ouad Ci Horald SeptembAr 17_ 1998 FAMIL Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shaw Sam Shaw and Diane Walker wed i, ! Montana Sam Shaw and Diane Walker ex- changed wedding vows on July 17, 1998, at their home in Whitefish, Montana. Pastor Andy Larson, of the Presbyterian Church, officiated the ceremony. Greg and Gabe Shaw, the groom's two sons were the couple's witnesses. The young boys made arrange- Turkey Croissant www Clam Chowder Chili Tamales Mannico'tti Wraps Pasta with homemade sauce Super' q4eaftfi ulccs Club 8andwicfi & A,marretto ,usse c)?ies ( ; re;at F()()(i M.- E, 6 a.m.- 9 p.m. Sat. 6 a.m.- 1 p.m. To Your Health Juice Bar 537 Main Ave., Brewster, 689-7648 IUIIE roB1 1.0W IVllBI ll.0 I HI.pressure pump HI-preuure pump  / mints for the flowers and bouton- nieres, and the wedding cake served at the reception following the cer- emony. The couple will continue Io make their home in Whitefish. The groom is employed with the Bureau of Rec- lamation at Hungry Horse Dam, and Diane is a homemaker. Family visitors Cai and Mary Cooper of Brewster entertained family over the recent long holiday weekend. Visiting from Vancouver, Washington, were daugh- ter Carla and Jeff Sowder, Nick and Laurel and from Richland son Craig and Becky Cooper, Caleb and Emily. Army buddies visit Don Cardin of Prineville, Oregon, has been in Brewster visiting for several days with Pat and Bert Sinclair. Don and Pat served together in the Army, 22nd Quartermaster, from 1950-52. Touring apple orchards (which in- cluded the Elmo Cook orchard in Monse to watch the harvest), the Lake Chelan area, and Grand Cou- lee Dam were among the sights of interest. Eightieth birthday Friends, family and former stu- dents of Jeanne Miller Corty are being invited to an 80th birthday celebration in her honor Saturday, September 19, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Pateros United Methodist Church. Mrs. Corty, who taught school in Pateros and Brewster, will be visit- ing in the Brewster and Chelan areas from her home in Minneapolis, Min- nesota, for the next two weeks. The birthday celebration will be hosted by her children: Margot, Marshall and Mark Miller and their families. The family request no gifts, please. Roy S3,t00ol Dial to celebrate wee!cling anniversary Roy end Sybol Dial Roy and Sybol Dial of Bridge- port Bar will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary at an open house Saturday, Sep- tember 19. The afternoon af- fair will be held in the Calvary Baptist Church in Brewster from 2 until 4. Family and friends are invited to share this special occasion with the Dials. No gifts please only your presence. The open house is being hosted 1948 by sons Wayne, Joe, Lee (all of Bridgeport Bar) and Jim Dial from Sulphur Springs, Texas. Sybol Adams and Roy Dial of Estancia, New Mexico, exchanged wedding vows September 19, 1948, at the Dial family home in Estancia. The couple made their first home there and started a family. Dials settled on the Bridgeport Bar in 1969, Roy was employed as a carpenter in construction. In 1973 he turned to farming full time, they ran the Bar Feed for 22 years. S ybol and Roy are active members of the Calvary Baptist Church. The couple also enjoys bowling, square dancing, and being with family and grandchildren. Rehearsals begin for Valley musical groups Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus are beginning rehearsals to prepare for the 1998-1999 concert season. Both organizations have room for additional members. The Chorus rehearses Monday evening from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. in the Tonasket High School Band Room. The director is Phil Ager of Winthrop, former chairman of , ,. .. to Jeanne Miller Corty Saturday, September 19 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. Pateros United Methodist Church NO Presents - Just your PREJEI Quality Veneer & Lumber is now buying plywood logs for For prices and log specifications call BARRY NELSON (509) 826-9836 Office (509) 826-4805 Hm., (509) 826-9825 Fax i i I DRY OR LOW YIELD WELL... HYDRO-FRACTURING MAY BE YOUR ANSWER... SPECIAL HYDRO FRACTURING OFFER. 100o guarantee or your money back on your hydro-fracturing if Northwest Hydro-fracturing does not improve your water well yield 100%. j -800-3G8-099800 \\; Golden Aviation Call Dave today for speedy, reliable service Stop Drop Ziram' Most applications within 24 hours Serving North Central Washington Since 1970 CALL US TODAY! (509) 689-2712 FAX 689-2477 GOLDE?q WINGS AVIATION Brewster the Western Washington Univer- sity Music Department, now re- tired. Chorus rehearsals began Monday, September 14. There are openings in all sections, and a special need for tenors. New singers are welcome regardless of train- ing and experience. For more in- formation including carpooling call 826-4323 in Omak, 422-4091 in Okanogan, or 476-3418 in Oroville. The Orchestra rehearses Tues- day evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Omak High School Band Room. The director is Kevin Hekmatpanah of Spokane, head of the strings department at Gonzaga University and director of the Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra. Orchestra rehearsals began Tuesday, September 1. There is an imme- diate need for violinists and other The Coral Sea is actually a section of the southern Pacific between the Vanuetu Islands group. ...... Thank you Ag Supply Co. for purchasing my Reserve Grand Champion pig at I the Okanogan [ County Fair. -/1 -- Clint Hull, Pateros FA I Auto/Motorcycle Keys Made Locks Repaired Emergency Opening..... s 509-686-4290' BTO Const., Steve & Deb Varrelman Doug Zahn Orchards Pratt Insurance Agency PEA Rains Trout Farm Pateros Ace Hardware & Paint Rancho Del Hurricane Valley Tractor Phil & Joan Brownlee Wells & Wade Wilson Gardens Buckhorn Mt. Orchard Richard & Kathleen Roghan Peg Callawah Harvest Foods Ag Supply Co., Brewster Hank's Market Les Schwab, Brewster Hamilton Youth Foundation Friends of the Fair Okanogan Custom Meat NAPA Okanogan County Shrine Steve & Roberta Nieuwenhuis Lyle & Lynnette Blackburn Quad City Herald T HANK Y, ::, u! string musicians, but musicians playing other instruments are also invited to apply. For more infor- mation call Elma Curry, Omak. This seasons' first concert is Sunday, October 25 at 3:00 p.m. in the Omak PerformingArts Center. Tickets will be available at all of the usual outlets and at the door. Season tickets can also be ob- tained. Australia, the Solomon Islands and I , I) September 17 Brewster: Volunteer Rre men,Alcoholics Anonymous, Lions Club Peteroe: Volunteer Firemen, School Board Bridgeport: Volunteer Firemen, West End Club Methow: Volunteer Firemen Mansfield: Lions Club September 19 Pateros: Alcoholics Ano nymou s September 20 Brewster: Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous September 21 Brewster: AI-Anon, Chess Club, Alcoholics Anonymous Pateros: City Council September 22 Brewster: Narcotics Anonymous, Kiwanis Bridgeport: Auxiliary of Quad City Eagles September 23 Breweter: Take Off Pounds Sensibly, Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous 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 youl Swine Barn Supervisors: Mike & Melanin Bivens and Ed & Connie Townsend Sheep Supervisor: Lode Andrews Trophy Sponsors: Buckin' Bulls Unlimited, Gene Smith - Res. Market Swine; Mt. Oliver Grange, Ben Taylor - Best Breeding Gilt & Best Breeding Ewe; Perry Brewster - Senior Herdsmanship; Mike & Kay Taylor, Lads & Lassie; Bev, Shirley, Claire & Gall Nickson - Senior Fit & ShoW. !:?i i:. 3teffanle c'l)arreirnan tb ber,#ecr I t? ' /