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Oued City. Herald ,~nt 20 2001 Pane 3 Brewster Senior Menu spinach salad, cake. Membersandfrien~ifyourbirthday Lunch is served in the Center on is on or near the day of serving (lunch) Monday, Tuesday. and Thursday and you get to be fwst in l ne. isopen toanyoueoverage 60,member Thursday, SeptembCr20-Navybean or not. Individuals under the age of stew, rolls, melon tray, cole slaw. and 60 can also eat (would be helpful if cake. they called in first) for the price of Monday. Septemb@ 24 - Lasagna, $5.50. Broccoli. tossed salami, french bread, Pinochle: ice cream. ~ Sixteen players turned out for the Tuesday, September 25- Meat loaf. September 14 card party at the Center. mashed potatoes, com, tossed salad, High, Lee Nickell; low. Juanita roils, ice cream McCally; traveler, Max Heller; door Thursday, Septemtgr 27 - Chicken prize, Opal Zwicker; and round robin, Tahitianw/rice, mixedVegelables, rolls. Barb Eisner. Cheryl Schweizer photo Jessica Gilhula works on s lO-foot cement-block canvas on the side of Healthbeat Fitness Center. By Cheryl Schweizer, saff writer Jessica Gilhula loves to draw and paint. So she eagerly accepted the chance to decorate the windows at Sterling Bank, where her morn Debbie Minick works, for the Bulls "n Blood Rodeo. Gilhuia's mortin' stompin' bull filled almost all the window, and caught the attention of customers and lmssersby, including Marge Freeis, the owner of Lindsey's Drive-In. Marge liked what she saw, and commissioned a mural. That led to a second job. and now Gilhula has a whole string of windows and buildings to painL Brewster Chamber of Commerce officers are asking business owners to decorate building facades in a western theme. Freels had a freshly painted wall, and wanted to fall it. The resaitm a Western town in the background and a cowboy in the foreground-- impressed the owner of the building across the street, where Healthbeat Rmess Center is located. Doug Chanla'y wanted a mural, too. Chantry asked for a cowboy riding a cutting horse. "Everything else is my idea. that I just stick together and see if they like." She looks for images in magazines andbooks, and on the Interact, she said. AYouthDanceisplannedfor8toll operating the youth dance as a p.m. Saturday, September 22, in the ftmdraising project. CDT provides Union Hail at 15 Riverside Drive in performance and production Omak. opportunities for children. As a The dance is open all youth, 16, nondiscriminatory, non-profit to 18 years of age,l in Okanogan organization. CDT promotes the County. Youth underJl6 years of age performingartsinthemralcommunities must be accompanie ! by an adult, through education, scholarships and Admission is $3 peg person with theatrical productions. parentsbeingadmittedfreeofcharge. For information about the Youth For an artist the design process is Live music by P.E.',L is planned. Dance or Children's Dance Theater. essentiallythesame.whetherthecanvas Concessions will be ,vailable in the pleasecontactMelanieHarmsinOmak is 20 inches high or 10 feet high. "'You basement or e-mail pretty much just take what you like. Children s Dance T1 leater (CDT)is childrensdancetheaten' RIO THEATRE 689-t}41}4 and paint," she said. She looks through the images, discards some and adds CHAPEL 510 West Indian Brewster, WA 98812 Sept 20 Brewster - Vol. Firemen, An, Pateros, Bridgeport, Methow- Mansfield - Lions Club (dinner) Sept 21 Sept 23 Pateros - Spanish An. Vol. Firemen, Sept 24 Brewster - Chess Club, School Board, AA ' .Sept 25 Brewster - Kiwanis Bddgeport - Auxiliary of Quad Mansfield - School Board fnmt2e Brew er - TOPS Bridgepoa - City Council, Chamber Mansfield-Grange Auxiliary Pateros - Spanish AA Nicole Kidman The Others Rated PG t3 FRIDAY & SATURDAY 7:00 p.m. & 9:00 p.m. SUNDAY: 6:30 p.m. MONDAY: 6:30 p.m. ALLSEATS $3 others, and builds the total image like a jigsaw puzzle. "Because for me, I have City les to see the picture before I can draw it.' r The cowboy and cutting horse will be the centerpiece of the Healthbeat anniversary muraL There is a farm scene, withan marc ?5th old-fashioned tractor. There will be an old house on a hill. and cows in the pasture. Gilhula sketches the figures in outline, but "'half the time, when the dg ~tcelebmtedin around for 103 years. Slate madam pencil goes on there, tha,t s not where the Quad City Eagles 25 anniversary, presidentFranRemillardspokeon how the paint goes anyway. She said she September 14 at the hall to remember we are people helping tried sketching, but found it easier to Evening began with a social hour, people. This year she has asked that draw freehand. Franklrvingofferedan,openingpmyer Eagles to focus on community It took about three weeks to finish followed with a moment of silence involvement, to reach out and help the mural at Lindsey's, working in the before the buffet style dinner was those in need. mornings and evenings. Many served, : Al125-yearchartermemberspresent aftemoons have been too hot; the paint State worthy pr sident Dale were recognized. All are to receive 25. drLes" in the can McFaddencongratulat dtheQuadCity year pins when they come in. IoweitalltomymomandMargie.' area for their 25 years the fraternal The members saluted the flag and Gilhula said she wants to return to order of Eagles. The E.O.E. has been ended singing "God Bless America". Come in while school and obtain an art degree. "This is a good step in the right direction." The projects give her a chance to do something she Ioves---' h great, [can, paint again"--and make money at it."! have five moreto go, aflerd F-mostly;, windows in local businesses. Fair time at Harmony ab!es . : ? A girl, Ana Laura Perez-Olmedo on September 3, to Francisco Perez and Camerina Perez of Brewster. A boy, Guillermo David Mercado-Mendoza on September 3, to Guillermo Mercado and Delia Mendoza of Brewster. A girl, Esmereida Ga/cia on September 4, to Jose N. Garcia and Diana Garcia of Bridgeport. on September 4, to Ricard~M. Vasquez and ,eport. is Estmda-Carrillo On September 4, to Ramon Estmda ff Bridgeport. tz-Oros on Septemher 7, to Antonio Pamatz and Alma A boy, Ricardo Antonia Vasquez Myran P. Garza of Brid A girl, Hoyuki Adam; and Rosa Elva Carrillo, A boy, Antonia Pama Oros of Brewster. A girl, Nayeli Maritza Maritza Diaz of Brewst, Campos-Diaz on September 7, to Homero Campos and ',r, e This past weekend lV Larye Cooper and Nettle Hannum. bot I of Brewster traveled to Spokane to am :nd the annual meeting of the Women of the Episcopai Church. Celeste Bush accompanied by her daughterand granddaughter Jennifer and Taylor Munson 'traveled to Whidbey Island to visit Celeste's mother Edna Payne. Edna underwent surgery for colon cancer in June. She is staying with her daughter and son-in-law, Sally hnd George McAdoo on Whidbey island while undergoing chemotherapy. Edna is doing well and sends greetings to all her friends in the Quad City area. Bar ~ckham of led from two gather for dessert Bar Belles held their meeting September 11 at the home of Joyce Hineline. Birthday lady was Gert Davis. She received a nice gift from her secret pal. Discussion was on how some of the ladies met their husbands. A diabetic dessert was served by the hostess. Ladies present were Ruth Dawson, Dora Adams, Sybol Dial,Oen Davis, Donna Beadell, Juanita McCally, Treven, Sue Vranjes, LaVola Schoenwaid and Nettie Hannum. Ladies missing werePaulaPeckham, Estelle Bost, and Eunice Glandon. Donna Beadeli will hold the next meeting at her home on October 9. Walt and Paula P Bridgeport recently retire Navy reunions. The firstone was Boot ( held at Farragun, Idaho eight weeks there in 1' There won't be any chickens orcows. but there will be a fair tomorrow. Friday. September 21 at Harmony House extended care facility in Brewster. Games and exhibits begin at 2 p.m. Among the activities scheduled are exhibits of flowers and vegetables. arts and crafts made and grown by iampreunion , Walt spent Shaws leaving )44 training Harmony House residents, staff and friends. A care walk is scheduled. as well as balloon sculptures and "'games of chance." There will be prizes and refreshments. Family and friends of residents, as well as anyone who likes going to the fair. are invited. e upon entering the Nav) This camp at one time trained alrc ,st 300,000 Bridgeport yot/ng men for the Navy. The Peckham s camped witl) their RV at Longtime Bridgeport residents a nearby park, gathering with four Wilfred and Erma Shaw are moving othercouplesforcoffeea ddoughnuts to Colonial Vista in Wenatchee very each morning before he ding to the soon. The Shaws have lived in reunion. Bridgeport since 1933. "'As more and more the "Old FriendsgatheredattheSteakHouse Salts" pass away, gathering tends to on Siaturday, September 15 to honor get smaller. The thre -day event Erma.with a farewell luncheon, 29 City Eagles of Commerce Dean and Kristi Busching of Brewster entmained company this past weekend, coming from Bellingham, was Kristi's parents Bill and Lynnette Langstraat. They enjoyed their grandchildren Breanna and Brady and also enjoyed the Brewster merchants Harvest Festival. Margaret Bertram of Brewster had visitors from Arkansas, brother Herman and wife Betty Feltrop spent the 3 thru 8* of September visiting with almost all her family. The Feltrops thought this was the most beautiful country, with the mountains impressing them the most, and plan on returning for more next year. Margaret's children, son John and JoyceEdwardsofClarkston,daughters Jenny and Gordon Kucera of Bridgeport, Carol and Terry Paslay of Omak and Fern and Skip Hart of Selah were all at Shady Pines in Conconully with Margaret. Missing was daughter Phyllis Bizzle of Henderson, Nevada. The group was amazed at the hundreds of deer in the area and downtown. They are all looking forward to meeting again next year. Nettle Hannum of Brewster and daughter Kathy Cathey of Spokane flew to San Diego, California to attend the wedding of Nettie's granddaughter Karisa McNamara, she exchanged vows with Ramon Aguin'e. The ladies stayed with daughter Jan and Pat McNamara. They spent a few days with daughter Sharon and husband Bob Clark. Also visited with son Doug I-lannum of Fresno and son Ron and wife Tony Hannum of San Juan Capistrano. ThankYou I Ervln [ Woll[ey [ For purchasing my I pig at the Okanogan Fair I Chad VanLith] Cub andElsieCrossland of Brewster traveled over the passes to the coast, to Lyman. visiting with friends and picking wild berries. Rodger and Melody Allen of Pateros recently traveled to Seattle spending Saturday at Pike's Place Market and walking around the downtown area. Sunday they went to the Mariners game verse Baltimore Orioles and had the opportunity to view the Cal Ripken goodbye tribute, as this was his last time playing at Safeco Field. They had wonderful seats right behind the Baltimore Oriole's dugout. Doreen BarrutiaofBrewster traveled to Odessa this past weekend, staying with friends Casey and Susie l.argent anddaughterAllisa Best.Theyattended the Doach Festival. A flea market. with lots of German foods, big parade and a dance for the children were the activities. Also coming for the festival wereSusie's daughters Nicole Riggan, Courmey Riggan and boyfriend DJ Reynolds all of Brewster. Doreen reports seeing quite a few Brewsterites at the festivities. Cathy Westerdahl flew to Las Vegas meeting her sister Joannie Jaches of Lodi, California, for several days of play and fun. The ladies stayed at the M.G.M. Grand Hotel and took in every new casino, attended the Lorde of the Dances show, and according to Cathy her sister bought out the M & M Store. She reports the wind blew so hard they couldn't run the roller coaster at the New York, New York Casino. They did a lot of walking taking in the sights in very warm weather. They returned to their respective homes on Thursday. selection is good e fabrics Located in the House of Draperies . 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Jpon their thism0vearedaughtersPatGordon return they headed to B nd, OregonofBridgeport, Susan and Bob Benson Teriyaki dinner, served by the for a Navy Armed Guard reunion, of Arkansas, JanLong of Astoria, I Bear Backers, from 12:30 p.m. It V l This is the branch of the!Navy Walt Oregon,andson EdandwifeCherry I ~~q~ ~ .j ,'~,k~ l . ~a Bridgeport went into for further training after S h a w o f V a n c o u v e r, boot camp, Washington. (, Ii !i ' i