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Joelle ShelJz n ana Jerry Balcom wed in Goldman,tale Church Fall colors graced the First Baptist Church of Goldendale Saturday, Oc- tober 1O, for the wedding ceremony uniting Joelle Meri Shelton and Jerome Ray Balcom. Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Shelton, Goldendale, are parents of Joelle. Jerry's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Balcom, Brewster. Pastor Herb Evans of- ficiated at the ceremony. The bride chose a gown of white triple tricot knit, with old-fashioned blouson top with lace bodice. Long full sleeves ended with lace- bound cuffs. The A-line skirt ended in chapel length train. She wore a white lace derby hat decorated with seed pearls, which held a short veil. The bride's bouquet was a silk rosebud nosegay in pastel rust, peach, spice and cream shades. Maid of honor for her sister was Jill Shelton, Goldendale. Bridesmaids were Chris Pontious, Bellingham; Janet Rakow, Ellensburg; and Mary Ellen Kubler, Pullman. The bridesmaids wore matching fitted and flared evening length dresses of satin backed crepe in pastel shades to match the bride's bouquet. They were topped with lace boleros. Each carried a bouquet to match her dress in the same style as the bride's bouquet. The groom's attendants included Dave Balcom, Metaltne Falls, best man; Larry Bellamy, Goldendale; Dean Basse, Goldendale; and Ross Randall, .Yakima, groomsmen. Matt Anderson, nephew of the bride, and Michelle An- derson, niece of the bride, were candlelighters. Both are from Goldendale. Aleta LORls played guitar and sang, "This is the Day" and "That's the Way". Loleta Zumwalt played the Wedding March on the organ. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome R. Balcom A reception followed the ceremony at the PUD building. Guests were served from s three-tiered wedding cake, decorated with peach roses. Serving at the recep- tion were Mrs. (Dorothy Kay, Estacada, Oregon; Mrs. Sharon Drago, Golden- dale; and Mrs. Trude Gustafson, Battle Ground, all aunts of the bride. The couple honeymooned at Lake Chelan and Wenat- chee. They are now at home in Goldendale where the bride is employed at Larson Drug and the groom is em- ployed at John Day Dam. Joelle is a graduate of Goldendale High School, and Clark College in Vancouver. Jerry is a graduate of Brewster High School, and attended Washington State University and Eastern Washington University. He is now studying structural engineering with the Army Corps of Engineers. Open the doo', Dale it's your birthday! ::o worker off guard. Jolted back to reality with the happy birthday song, he invited the group in for a brief party where Mary ser- ved smuggled-in doughnuts and hot cider to her sur- prised husband and friends. Joining in the party were Frankie Lamberton, Dorothy Hardin, George and Jeanine Rana, Ed and Jean- ne Beerman (who also smuggled in warm peanut butter fudge), Janis Stanley, Laurel Rea, Betty Smith, Dr. Harold and Berniece Stout Barry and Cindy Beerman and Andrew, Lee and Emily Canwell, Aaron and Chelane, and Dr. Fred and Verona Schnibbe. Visit in Seattle Doug and Kathie Pomrankey and Wayne and Pat Scott, Pateros, spent the weekend in Seattle visiting friends. They attended a snowmobile auction while there. Kathie observed that between the wind and the rain they had a good time. Assistant Community Medical Center manager Jeanine Rana and receptionist Janis Stanley dole out almonds-one for each birthday year-to boss Dale Woods. Son Justin men- tally computerizes rewards of aging. Pinochle party Saturday night's pinochle Methow was hosted by Mertls Johnson Norene Hagen with three tables in play. High scores went to Lawrence Forsyth and Dorothy Skylstad. Jack and Linda Brown got low. Traveler went to Jack Brown and Lawrence For- syth. By Ronale Schaibbe The doorbell interrupted siesta for Community Medical Center business manager Dale Woods Wed- nesday night, and, smugly occupied, wife Mary made no attempt to open the door for the walk-in guests who caught an unsuspecting co- No elk Mac and Ruby McGarr were elk hunting for two weeks in the Ellensburg area, with old friends from the coast. Luck was not with Mac this year, and he return- ed empty handed. After arriving home, the McGarrs went to Spokane to attend the wedding of their niece, Virginia Nibler. Coming back to Brewster, Richard Cambell and wife visited the McGarrs until Monday. Guests Bill and Lorraine Gllden of Medical Lake, and the Toby Johnsens of Seattle were weekend guests at the Gllden home. On Sunday Vikki Driessen, along with Jean B-^wn]ee Am" and Amber During a lifetime, the aver- w;e dinner guests there. ' . :On! h:manlfh,lirliobneat:imetWso ;'eS;i:.,n,ce ,, legralneC;ennOeW  ok'00EA ! 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A 1976 graduate of Brewster High School, Phil completed work toward his degree in Horticulture in January, 1981, at WSU, Brewster Library faces budget cuts Budget problems in relation to the Brewster Public Library were the main topic of discussion Thursday evening, Novem- ber 12, at the regular monthly meeting of Civic League. Rita Whitinger was hostess. Librarian Madelaine Ar- den reported that despite potential cuts in library funds, they would attempt to continue to purchase the same amount of new books. One teenage book club will be discontinued, and a friend fiction books she receives. Many people have donated new books to the library, helping it to continue to grow. The group also decided to donate to the Sunshine and Happiness group, and determined gifts to be sent to a person at Medical Lake. A date was decided upon for the annual holiday party in January. The next meeting will be in December at the home of Aulta C]enderdn. graduating in June. He is a fleldman with Northwest Wholesale in Chelan. Katheryn attended Fall City schools, and received a degree in education at WSU in June 1981. The couple will make their home in Chelan. Wyoming visit Bud and Vt Smith vacationed for two weeks, traveling to Thermopolis, Wyoming, to visit .Vi's father, E.R. Jackson, and many old friends. Going on, they visited Vi's sister, Emma Jackson, and her grandfather in Sidney, Montana, before returning home. Coast visit David and Bonnie Michel visited on the coast Thurs- day to Monday with Denise and Ed Bender, and with Bonnie's grandparents. David also saw a Sonics game. NovembAr 19. 1981 Po Library closure The Bridgeport and Pateros branches of the North Central Regional Lib- rary system will be dosed Thursday and Friday, November 26 and 27 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Regular hours for Bridgeport 12:30-5:00; 7:00- 9:00 on Tuesdays and Thurs- days, 10:00-12:00; 1:00-5:00 on Fridays; Pateros 1:00- 5:00; 6:00-7:30 on Tuesdays and Thursday hours will resume on Tuesday, Decem. bar I. Visit family in Nebraska Jerry and Mona Divls visited for two weeks in David City, Nebraska, with Jerry's mother, Mrs. Mary Divls, and two brothers and two sisters. Visitors Paulle and Martha Mar- tinson, Wasco, Oregon, for- merly of Bridgeport, visited friends in the area Thurs- day. has agreed to donate science Birthday Honor Dave Smith was honored with a birthday dinner November 4 at the Smith home. Sharing the occasion with him were his wife, Jan, daughter Julie, Theresa Negu and Jack and Toots Wells and Paul Steuerman of Bridgeport. Guests at the home of Bud and Pat Spence last week were Bob Wynn of Bellingham and Wes and Ace Hardware in Brewster has some exciting new ideas. We invite Evie Dickson of Brea, California. Weekend guests at the home of Kelly and Charlayne Knapp were her mother, Irene Gutknecht, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maes, all of Seattle. Peter and Georgia Gold- mark and children visited last weekend with his mother, Sally Goldmark, in Seattle. you into the store for any of your hardware needs. If there is anything in housewares, tools, toys, baby equipment, or any other items, we would be happy to order this merchandise for you. Also, we are having a drawing for a Giant Stocking, stuffed with slot of fun things. You can sign up starting Friday, November 27. Drawing will be held on Saturday, December 12. 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