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/ / / Cheryl Schweizer photo The Wenetchee Big Band brought Jazz classics to the Apple Festa at Rest Awhile Fruit Stand. Big Band plays old E00vorites a : Paterc):; fruit stand by Cheryl Schweizer, staff writer The Wenatchee Big Band appeared in Pateros in sweatshirts and jeans, their bandstands set up on a cement slab outside a garage door. The drums and piano, microphones and speak- ers were high-lath, sleek, hip, state of the art. But time rolled away when the music began. The strains of Satin Doll transformed the side yard at Rest Awhile Fruit Stand into the ballroom at the Savoy--or maybe the old dance pavilion that once stood out over the waters of Lake Chelan. The music brought back the days of Benny Goodman and Glenn Miller and Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald, singing and playing songs by Cole Porter and Johnny Mercer and George and Ira Gershwin. "All those won- derful songs," said Glenn Isaacson, the band's director. "These are the standards." The Wenatchee Big Band is made up of volunteers; "nobody gets paid in this band," Isaacson said. The doctors and business owners and teachers and high school stu- dents who make up the band meet once each week to practice the good old stuff, as well as playing Concerts year round. (The band does charge a fee for performances, to pay for music and extras like sweatshirts.) Most of the band members are attracted to it by the opportunity to play--and by the music, Isaacson said. "Horn player-type musicians love to play this type of music." The music has been around for most of the century, made popu- lar by famous musicians, never completely out of the popular imagination; this is its appeal, he said. The band appeared the fruit stand's annual Apple Festa, two days of special events designed to spot- light apple harvest in Washington's apple country. The local jazz-blues- folk group Mien appeared Sunday afternoon; there were weaving, spinning and quilting demonstra- tions, fresh apples and apple pre- serves and baked goods for sale. C 00urch membe;rs to honor Ault00 Clendenin Aulta Clendenin of Brewster will be honored for the many decades she served God through her work with St. James Episcopal Church in Brewster. A special service and re- ception to commemorate her minis- try.will be held Sunday, November 1, 2 p.m. at St. James Episcopal Church. Family and friends are wel- comed. Aulta, who began attending St. James in 1942 with her daughter Audree, served the church in a variety of ways over the years. She began serving on the Altar Guild in the early 60s, later as- suming responsibility for the al- tar for about 30 years. For five years she filled the role of Senior Warden during a time when the i Dedication... Efficiency... Accountability... You can have a friend in the county auditor's office. "As a past business partner of Penny Neely, I have always found her to be honest, straightforward, conscientious, and extremely hard working" - Ed Thiele Elect Penny Neely Okanogan County Auditor GOP Full timeAuditor for a full time joM Full time pay deserves full time work! Paid for by the Committee to Elect Penny Neely W-kW,k,kWWWWW-k church needed to call a new priest. Many 'little' jobs were quietly done: washing and ironing linens and robes, setting up for coffee hour and potluck dinners, and turning on the heater at 7 a.m. on cold winter mornings,'to name a few. One of the activities Aulta es- pecially enjoyed was researching the history of the church, finding out information such as - the property on which St. James stands was acquired through a spitting con- test. She has also recorded the meaning of the stained glass win- dows and the history of the "icon' on the door of the Aumbrey lo- cated in the church sanctuary. An active member of the Brewster community, Aulta has volunteered DoN CROCKER CUCTION 6t];iB0b!lei$1350 Licensed for Se'l]:::i:ems Compressor Rental Available P.O. Box 254, Bridgeport Bus. Lie. # DONGRC066JE ] to it's All in the CLASSIFIEDS Brewster- Tel. 689-2507 % "A hilarious musical comedy." Presented by Chelan Valley Players Starring Paul & Kelly Atwood and Rob Wortman October 16, 17 & 23, 24, 8:00 p.m. October 18 & 251  " 2:00 p.m. General Admission - $10 Seniors & Children $8 Available Here! riverbend ravel . l&e'lpJSerl,,c (509) 689-3481 1-800-924-3481 613 W. Main, P.O. Box 1015, Brewster her time with the PTA, the first hos- pital guild, the Food Bank, and through Civic League she worked with the town library for 30 years. Aulta, who shared her time and talents with church family arid th community, will be 90 in January. She says she enjoyed her work with the church, she never ex- pected any recognition. Aulta saw things that needed to be done and had the time to do them. Vacation in Mexico Brewsterites Ed and Maribeth Burns were joined by son David for a relaxing beach vacation at Ixtapa, Mexico, and felt fortu- nate 1o miss the hurricanes to the north and south of them as they returned October 18. Besides snorkeling, swimming and volleyball, they did a bit of alligator watching. The creatures-- some large-aren't a beach threat, explained Maribeth, since they're not fond of salt water, but live in a nearby canal. Teachers Esther Stout and Joann Kelly substituted at the Seventh- day Adventist School for teach- ing assistant Maribeth during her absence. Sunday bicycle ride Three junior Pathfinders of the Brewster Blazers Club completed a 50 miles bicycle ride Sunday, work- ing toward their honor badge. Aaron Beerman, Dustin Kelley and Kim Lawson rode the route from Poplar Flats up the Twisp River to road's end. down the Methow from Twisp to Carlton and back to Twisp. Others in the group working up to- ward the next tryout in the spring were Lucy Bautista.Katie Hagen,Stephanie Huey and Christina St. Clair. With the pedal pushers were club director Dr. Judith Nielsen, who also did the 50 miler; Dr. Run Nielsen, Pastor Stan Beerman and Lynn and Barbara Lawnson. Jack Groeneveid lent his horse trailer for hauling bikes. OVOC chc00)ses "Man of La Manc]00La" for spring musical The Okanogan Valley Orchestra & Chorus has chosen the Broadway musical Man ella Mancha for the annual spring musical slated for a six-performance run in May, 1999 at the Performing Arts Center in Omak. David Baker, Okanogan will di- rect the show. Baker, the technician at the PAC has directed Sweet Char- ity, Sta/ag 17 and You Can't Take it with You among his Omak shows. He has done technical work, scen- ery and lighting design for many OVOC shows, including the spec- tacular ship design in last season's HMS Pinafore. Baker will also de- sign the scenery, lighting and be technician for Man of La Mancha. '1 can't wait to get s 'tarred the show is just a joy to do. It's fun because it always has a tremendous impact on the audience. It's one of those stories that builds and builds until by the final curtain the audience leaves by saying WOW," he adds. The book was written by Dale Wasserman based on the story of Don Quixote de la Mancha, the knight- errant who captured the world's ifliagination in Miguel de Cervantes' 1605 novel. La Mancha played Broad- way in 1965 and was made into an Academy Award winning motion picture in 1972. David King, Omak will be music C&4dgeport lementarg Cprovdlg CPreen/ llome & Sel00ool C ar00val Games, Cake Walk, Face Painting, Bingo, Hoop Shoot, Country Store, Maze All this and more/ . 2r't SATURDAY, OCTOBER24 6- 8 P.M.* Bridgeport Elementary Gym j. For more info or you would like to help call Marilyn 686-3971 "v4tr Bridgeport Elementary's Home & School invites you to a MEXICAN, DINNER Saturday, October 24 5.30 - 7 p.m. Bridgeport Multi  Adults $3, Purpose Room  children $1.50 [ Tickets must be bought on or before Thurs., Oct. 221 For tickets & info call La Azteca Bakery 686,9873, Marilyn 686-3971, Melisa 686-7251 | IIIII BREWSTER MORTON System Saver Pellets 40,bs $4.39 Coarse Salt $3.89 director and work with Jim Baum, Brewster in rehearsing the orchestra and chorus, according to producer, Marilyn Ries, Okanogan. "Audiences will recognize the wonderful tunes in this show," Ries says, "To Dream the Impossible Dream, Dulcinea and Man of La Mancha, just to name a few." Jan Marcuson,Chelan will be cho- reographer. She has done the last three seasons with OVOC. Patsy Henderson will be costumer. She will be remembered for the striking sailor outfits and dashing military hats in Pinafore. Auditions are scheduled for Janu- ary 23, 1999 at the Performing Arts Center, more information will fol- low. Show dates are May 7-9 and May 14-16, 1999. Anyone interested in working backstage on the show or helping in any production work can contact Ries in Okanogan. "We par- ticularly need scenery carpenters," she added. The play selection committee also chose Crazy for You for the spring musical for the year 2000 with Judy Johnston, Brewster, directing. Local women attend retreat Some local wonien were among nearly 200 who met for the Chris- tian Women's Retreat October 16 - 18 at Camp MiVoden, Hayden Lake, Idaho. From here were Sandra Bautista, Bonnie Dodge, Esther Hanson, Juanita Mejia, Sue St. Clair, Verona Schnibbe, Cathi Smith, Mary Syth and Loin Mae Worth. Former Brewsterites Marilyn McCrary, Spokane and Jeanine Wickward, Caldwell, also attended. To seminar Barbara Wyman and Lore Crowder attended a five-hour seminar on church communication skills, Oc- tober 18, at the Seventh-day Adventist conference office, Spokane. AboUt 50 participants came from the Northwestern states. SENIOR CORNER Menu - October 22 thru 29 Members and friends if your birth- day is on or near the day of serving (lunch) you get to be first in line. Thursday, Oct. 22 - Spanish rice, vegetable blend, tossed salad, mils, pudding. Monday, October 26 - Ravioli, green salad, carrots, French bread, pudding. Tuesday. Oct. 26 - Tater tot casse- role. mixed vegetables, green salad, bread, gelatin whip. Thursday, Oct. 29 - Chicken stew, green salad, combread, cookies. Lunch is served in the Center on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and is open to anyone over age 60, mem- ber or not. Individuals under the age of 60 can also eat (would be helpful if they called in first), the price of $5.20. Pinochle The Friday night card party at the Center had a good turnout. Elaine Nickell, high; Glen Davidson, low and door prize; Jeanne Johnson, traveler. Trick or Treat October 29 Members mark your calendars for the October 29 Halloween celebra- tion with costumes, prizes and good- ies. Dress accordingly. 907 Hwy. 97, Brewster (509) 689-3404 ! ' ! October 22 Brewster: Volunteer Rremen,AlcoholicsAnonymous, Grange Pateros: Volunteer Firemen Bridgeport: Volunteer Firemen, Fire District #7 Methow: Volunteer Firemen October 24 Pateros: Alcoholics Anonymous October 25 Brewster: Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous October 26 Brewster: AI-Anon, Chess Club, Alcoholics Anonymous, School Board Bridgeport: Poetry Club, Alcoholics Anonymous October 27 Brewater: Narcotics Anonymous, Kiwanis Bridgeport: Auxiliary of Quad City Eagles Mansfield: School Board October 28 - Brewster: 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 you! I I I RETAI J E BRADLEY FOR OKANOGAN COUNTY CLERK i, Experienced in County Government i Dedicated to Continue Serving People of the Okanogan County i, Knowledgeable of all the procedures of the clerk's office I want to thank Okanogan County voters for ' the confidence they have always shown in | me and to ask for their continued support. | Web Site: www.OmakChronicle.com/Bradley/index.LTM 1 Paid for by the Committee to Retain Jackie Bradley, B J. Bleakney, Treas. II r