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Quad City Herald ,':. AMILY FRI ND . Robin Jacobsen and Shane Prutsman 00ENIOR ._, ORNER Menu - Oct. 29 thru Nov.5 Members and friends if your birthday is on or near the day of serving (lunch) you get to be first in line. Thur., Oct. 29 - Chicken stew, green salad, cornbread, cookies. Men.. Nov. 2 - Paprika chicken,  spinach, confetti rice, bread, jello with topping. Tues., Nov. 3 - Barbecue pork, potato salad, corn, buns, applesauce. Thurs., Nov. 5- Macaroni cheese with ham, Harvard beets, green salad, bread, chocolate mousse. Lunch is served in the Center on Monday, Tuesday, and Thurs- day and is open to anyone over age 60, member or not. Pinochle-Twelve members turned out for last Friday's card party at the Center. Glen Davidson, high; lla Renner, low; Nettle Hannum, traveler; Hank Eisner, door prize. Trick or Treat October 29 - Mem- bers mark your calendars for the October 29 Halloween celebra- tion with costumes, prizes and goodies. Dress accordingly. Robin J, cobson sets w, e6!ding date Mr. and Mrs. Nell Jacobsen of Bridgeport have announced the en- gagement of their daughter, Robin Patricia, to Shane Prutsman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Prutsman of Walla Waila. The bride-to-be is a 1996 gradu- ate of Bridgeport High School and has attended Wenatchee Valley Col- lege North as well as Walla Walla Community College. The groom-to-be is a 1993 gradu- ate of Walls Walla High School and has recently graduated from Eastern Washington University. He is cur- rently attending a federal training academy in South Carolina. In February Shane and Robin will move to southern California where Shane will begin his career with a federal agency under the U.S. De- partment of Justice. A June 12 1999, wedding in Walla Walla is planned. The first duty of government is to see that people have food, fuel, and clothes. The second, Friends visit here Visiting friends in Brewster last week were Margaret and Bob Cox of Spokane. They traveled on to Birthday gathering Glenn and Gloria Bowman of Brewster Fiat were surprised at their home last Thursday evening as family gathered to celebrate Glenn's birthday. The couple had just returned from dining out as a birthday treat. Wishing him happy birthday were Robert and Glenda Bowman, Brian, Jason, and Glenda's mother Dor- othy Miller from Coulee Dam; Larry and Theresa Bowman and son Philip from Bridgeport Bar; from Para- dise Hill, Cindy and Art Brown, Faith, Heather, and Jakob, and Tim Bowman, Anisa, Timmy Jr., and Glenn II. Later in the evening Glenn got a happy birthday call from son Dan in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. All enjoyed cakes made by Cindy and Gloria, Glenn received his fa- Quad Ci HArald October 29 1998 PaTes COMMUNffY CALENDER Come Five genera dons gather in Brewster Dovie Larson of Arcata, Cali- fornia, has been visiting in the Brewster area at the home of daughter Dusty and Hugh Ciawson. Family gathered at the Clawson home October 11 to honor 93 year old Doyle and enjoy an early family Thanks- giving. Five generations of fam- ily (Dovie, daughter Dusty, grandson William Ornellis, who came up from East Wenatchee with wife Barbara, great grand- daughter Wendi Ornellis, and great great grandson Christo- pher Ornellis also of East Wenatchee) was celebrated with lots of picture taking. FIve generations (L to R): Doyle Lsrson, Dusty Clawson, William Ornellis, Christopher Ornellis, and Wendi Ornellis. The Gizmo Guys to perform in Omak Allen Jacobs and Barrett Felker, The gizmo Guys, world renowned jugglers, will perform on Men.. Nov. 2, 7 p.m. at the Omak Per- Kathryn Kyle Student teaching inGalapagos Kathryn "Katie" Kyle has volun- teered this school year as a student missionary teacher through a Walla Walla College program. Katie, a sophomore English ma- jor, is teaching English and science to middle-school students at Escuela Ldma Linda in Puerto Ayora on the island of Santa Cruz in the Galapagos. Katie's parents, who live near Or0ndo, are Jerry, an engineer at Wells Dam, and nurse Patti. that they have means of moral Okanogan to visit Margaret's sister vorite pecan pie from Glenda. ........ and hgtellectual education .... Hazel Goodyear before returning, .....  ..... ..... " ,,,,  ..... " i --John Ruskin home % L .........   ' '1 i - - '-'IIt'tIMW  Friday & Saturday' Nvember 6 & 7(91(2:4p]m' :iiii Brewster Grange Hall Join Us For Dinner Saturday, October 31  .....  ! (Hwy. 97, II2milesouthofBrewsteracrlosafomCustoms)  I  For more info call 689-2363 "" :: 4,,  in four c000ume & reeive Halloween Costume Party I Karaoke with Mr. V's Road Show KODI'S NOON SALOON PATEROS MALL. 923-9767 "% Happy Halloween top in for lunch or dinner! 00 off your meal [iiiiil (from the dinner "x [iiii/] kselection on menu) [!iiil 1 . " ===============================  2:"*:.',N  :!:i:!:::.::.::!i:',:;:::; ",/ .-. /' ,aa.O  (509) 689-2183 ,"_ o.S (_,.aFTl)91b.a. 3Ol East Main Street, '"""..,,.,=.".,J,'  B rewster, Washington Kowoy 00irls Convention Saturday, October 31, 9 p.m. - 1:30 a.m. t0000s00C00Glenn Allen $ Hi00Piway I Steak & Lobster Dinner Dinner served \\; Pre-ticket 1  6 p.m. to 8 p.m. \\; Sales q) 10,VV Mers & bnafide guesxnly .. " CITY EAGL00 forming Arts Center. They joined lorces in 1987 and have juggled themselves around the world covering six continents. Allen Jacobs learned to juggle while attending the University of Massachusetts at Amherst where he graduated in 1977. He and Brian O'Connor co-founded the group Slap Happy and were twice awarded the Best Comedy of the Year by the Boston Globe. He taught jug- gling at the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Clown College. Barrett Felker learned to juggle when age fifteen. He completed the University of Arizona and moved to Boulder. Colorado where he was part of a team that won the International Jugglers Association's Team Championship. He worked with the Harlem Giobetrotters for several months. He settled in Europe and worked his solo act in cir- cuses and theaters for two years and learned to speak Italian, Spanish, French and Portuguese. The Gizmo Guys have proven that together they can amuse as well as amaze. They combine original rou- tines, quick witted verbal repartee and world class juggling skills in a very light-hearted approach to the art. This performance is sponsored by Premier Performances. Tickets may be purchased at the door for $15 for adults and $7.50 for youth. Season membership is still available for $40 for adults and $20 for youth for the four remaining performances. Each public and private school in the county is invited to have one teacher and five students that come together admitted free. For more information call Marilyn Harrison or Donaldson's. Gene Society schedules meeting The Okanogan County Genealogi-" fiche reader/printer in the Research cal Society will meet on Thur., Nov. 5, room. Available films and fiche will be 7 p.m. at the Wilson Research Center in Okanogan. The computer user's group will start,off the evening with tips for improving your research skills through the inter-net. The program for the evening will consist of information on the use of the microfilm and micro- discussed including the use of the Washington State Death Index and lo- cal newspapers that have been filmed. The public is invited to attend all meetings. For further informa- tion call Lois Power or Maggie Mitschelen. it October 29 Brewster: Volu fiteer Firemen, AlcoholicsAnonymous , Pateros: Volunteer Firemen Bridgeport: Volunteer Firemen, Methow: Volunteer Firemen Mansfield: Volunteer Firemen October 31 Happy Halloweenl Pateroe: Alcoholics Anonymous November 1 Brewster: Spanish Alcoholics Anonymous November 2 Brewster: AI-Anon, Chess Club, Alcoholics Anonymous, Quad City Spin Star, Planning Commission Bridgeport: Fire District #7 Auxiliary, Home & School November 3 Brewster: Narcotics Anonymous, Kiwanis, Bridle Club, Okanogan County Fire District #5 Ambulance, Chamber of Commerce . Mansfield: Rebskahs November 4 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 listed in the Community Calendar please call 689-2507 and let us know. Thank you/ RE-ELECT Okanogan Co Sheriff A For the past 11 year s I've provided Okanogan Cou nty residents with superior law enforcement on a limited budget. My record shows that I have the education, experience and dedication to get things done. Re.Elect Sheriff Jim Weed Paid for by the Committee to Retain Jim Weed, Sheriff, Democrat ; 6 Cherokee Rd., Omak, WA 98841 www.=herlffwNd,om /