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Paae 10 N..Zlb.p.z_jz. Jrdi taupe _.,v I-:=, .,. r.==00z.=liA=x SEVENTY YEARS AGO The stork made a vbdt to the home of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Thrapp Thursday night and left as a memento of its visit a fine large baby girl. Fred and Mrs. Thrapp im- mediately took the lady visitor in and made her feel at home. Fred has been strutting around town with a very large expansive smile on his genial countenance ever since. SIXTY YEAR8 AGO The newest thing in the farm bureau movement is a woman's department which shall, Just as nearly as possible, represent the great and important congregation of farm women in the coun- try. President Howard of the American Farm Bureau Federation has appointed a committee of four women to work out the .details of the women's farm bureau department and they will no doubt present an outline of a plan shortly. The Breweter High School football team played the Okanogan team this Wed- nesday. The game was called at 2:30. Our boys held Okanogan down pretty well durin8 the first quarter. The remainder of the game the score kept piling up against u& 550. FIFTY YEARS AGO SCHOOL NOTES Saturday evening a group of high school girls served at the banquet at the Church for alumni of Okanogan County. The girls who waited on the table were; Susie Tate, Flossie Renner, Marian Asbury, Priscilla Pendleton, Doris Holland, Ruth Pendleton and Dorothy Meyers. Wednesday afternoon an Armistice Day program was given by the English IV class, in the high school gym. The Glee Club sang several patriotic songs, finishing with "Taps" as sung by the Pennsylvania mmtary school. Lawerence Blackman, Harlan Pendieton, Flossie Rermer and Leena Fletcher gave readings. George Grant and Waiter Timmreck delivered addresses. FORTY YEARS AGO The cast has been selected and rehearsals have begun on the Pateros High School senior play to be presented Friday. The play, "Aunt Samantha Rules the Roost," is a three-act comedy with Helen Therriault in the title role, directed by George Kenoyer. The members of the cast are: Helen Therriault, Christena Jessup, Betty Jean Jessup, Virginia Cooper, Malcolm Blackhail, Douglas Zahn, Clarence Skyistad, Winston Meredith, Clyde Herr, Grace Wright and Rosalie Wheeler. Three new freshmen at Brewster High School are Charles Townsend, MarJorie Six and Robert Watt. Mr. and Mrs. George Driskell left Tuesday to spend the winter in Tacoma. Bob Billingsley arrived Wednesday to visit until Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Billingsley. He returned recently from St. Louis, Misuri, where he attended a mechanics school. He will be at McChord Field until further orders. THIRTY YEARS AGO Jean's Dress Shop, operated by Jean McAroy and Phyllis' Junior Style Shop, owned and operated by Phyllis Lamoreat, moved into the same building this week in Bridgeport. Initiation of 12 new mere. bets was conducted Wed- nesday evening at the regular meeting of the Columbia Post 97 of the American Legion, Brewster with the 40 et 8 initiatory team from Voiture 996 of. f/elate. New members welcomed into tho pmt were E. C. :Rlggan, Gene McLean, Howard Gamble, Claude Rainey, Tom Byrne, Rodger Webster, Bill Nelson, Ed Dial, Harold Febas, J. Ken- nedy, Don Hyde and Claren- ce CrutcMield. Steve Lowry, sophomore at Whlteworth College has been admitted to the college a capella choir in Spokane. Steve is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lowry, Brewster. He is a graduate of Brewster High School where he was a member of the band, chorus, quartet, and duet. He has also sung with several church choirs including the choir of the Brewster Community Church. Bill Gllden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Gflden, was home this week from the Naval base at San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Chur- chill have rented the former Howard Moore home on South Bridge street and moved in this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holland of Kflleen, Texas were here last week visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Donna Holland. TWENTY YEARS AGO Len Berryman of Bridgeport has received an invitation from Governor Albert D. Rosellini, inviting him to attend a White House Regional Conference, to be held November 20 at the University of Washington. Jack McLean and Larry Leander have gone to spokane where they are taking a business course at a business college. Dennis R. Birch, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen R. Birch of Bridgeport is serving aboard the destroyer USS Brush, which recently left Buckner Bay, Okinawa, after a three day visit. Ward Glesaner, Steve Holcomb and John Jensen left for Pullman Friday, where they spent the weekend attending the WSU Homecoming festivities. Making his first cross country solo flight, Luwayne Stout flew through sunny skies from Upper Columbia Academy at Spangle, Sun- day morning and landed at the Brewster air strip. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gillesple and daughters Toni and Tami were guests Saturday of the Loris Gillespies in Okanogan to help celebrate Bob GiUesple's birthday. seor back, JohnNeff led the Pateros Billygeats foot- ball team in yards gained this year, with 469 yards in 76 carries for 6.2 yards per carry. Among successful hunters of the district were two members of the Pateros teaching staff, Ned Clarke and Wally Scroggie, who, with Mr. Wilson of the Chelan Staff brought home two elk last week. TEN YEARS AGO Brewster's Junior Miss, Connie Snider, was crowned at the PTA Carnival Satur- day night after a day's round of competition and meetings with Judges from out of town. She will go to the state Junior miss contest at Pullman the week of January 18. The alternate is Marflyn Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Chur- chill were pleased and sur- prised Saturday night when twenty-seven friends and relatives gathered at their new home for a housewar- ming. The group presented the Churchflls with a lovely wag clock. The party was planned by Roberta Weeks and Virglnla Saul. Brewster grade school held try-outs and election for cheerleaders Friday. The 7tb and 8th grades voted, electing for the 7th grade, Lonnie Flynn, Ranae Ham- mends, Tammy Waggoner, and Jean Powers, substitute. For the 8th grade are Krkty Gamble, Janis Ross, Becky Rtgpn and Emily Wilder- muth, sultitute. Teacher Mickey Turner and wife Lavon stapled lots of in- sulation-along with other kercldefed laborers. Masked team caught in action, at, school By RounlSchnibbe, discovery as he searched SDA Church with a magnet for good nails Bandits and guns in the buried in corners and rubble. new Seventh-day Adventist Students Joined adults in School? some productive daylight Not really, but many of the and evening sessions, and volunteers at this week's volunteers intend to put in "free labor" sessions were many more hours during the peering over bandanas as next few days, said building they clenched the staple committee chairman and guns and put in rows of "it- school principal Reid Mc- chy-gotcha" insulation. Crary on Monday. Others looked a bit less In the meantime, school threatening and certainly includes business as usual spoke more audibly as they for the 38 students and their hammered in sheetrock, three teachers who, between swept up mountains of litter lectures and correcting and did dozens of odd jobs as worksheets just might be directed by contractors Ed discovering another elusive and Barry Beerman. One bit of fiberglass from the last preschooler found delight in work session. Sabbath school Juniors host A pre-Thanksgiving dinner planned potluck and an af- sponsored by the Sabbath ternoon of musical rejoicing. School Junior Department Leading the after-dinner leaders and members was a Saturday afternoon festivity slngspiration were guitarists Mickey Turner and Raleigh for about 60 participants. Hardin (electric guitar) and The Juniors invited their Ken Henderson, harmonica. family members and a num- ber of community friends as Judy Lamberton with wellas the Earliteen Depart- assistants Betty Roberton ment members and their and Barry Beerman planned families to join them for the the gathering. OBITUARIES Rudolph John Bierman Rudolph John Bierman, 59, a 30-year resident of Brewster, died Wednesday at the Okanogan-Douglas County Hospital. He was bern April 8, 1922, in Helena, Mont. Mr. Blerman was a laborer for Gamble Lamber Co. and Dan Gebbers Or- chards and a veteran of World War H, serving in the U.S. Marines. There are no known survivors. Funeral services were held Monday, November 16, 11 a.m. from the Brewster Cemetery with Rev. Bill Long officiating. Arrangements by Barnes Chapel, Brewster. Everett E. Zumwalt Everett E. Zumwult, 67, Mansfield, died Wednesday, Nov. 11, in a Brewster hospital. Born in Saskatchewan, May 8, 1914, he moved with his family to Longview and spent his early life there. He later made his home at Lake Stevens for several years before moving to Manson in 1967. In 1974 he moved to Mansfield and on July 2, 1978, married Helen Schenzel Matthiesen there. Mansfield had since been their home. He is survived by his wife, at home; nine sons, Norman of Arizona, Wally of California, Everett, Tom, Danny and Frank, all of Cbelan, Darrell of Tacoma, Rodney of Everett, and Floyd of Manson; four daughters, Sally Wllliamson of Longview, Joyce Matthiesen and Ava Lou Fermer, both of Mansfield, and Christine Getchel of Farmington; three brothers, Jerry and Carl Zamwait, both of Boise, and Richard Zumwait of Vancouver; one sister, Ave Lou Dorris, Kirkland; a step-son, Gary Matthiesen, Mansfield; two step- daughters, Marilyn Tupling, Mansfield, and Sharon Mongeon, Bridgeport; 32 grandchildren; and seven great- grandchildren. Two brothers preceded  in death. Funeral services were conducted at the graveside in the Chelan Fraternal Cemetery Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. The Rev. George Wall officiated. Interment followed. Arrangements by the Waterville Funeral Home. Ferlin Husky Top Country Western Singer Dance and two Shows Methow Valley Community Center in Twisp Saturday, November 21 - 8 p.m. $8.00 S,n00le $15. O0 Co.ple Telephone 997-2926 Mary Francis Knowlton Mary Frances Knowlton, 91, Brewster, died Saturday at Wee Haven Nursing Care in Bridgeport. She was born Oct. 10, 1890, in Percival, Iowa, and came with her parents to the Brewster area 85 years ago. They lived on Paradise Hill. On July 14, 1907 she married James Knowlton at Paradise Hill. They moved to Brewster in 1922 and started the Knowlton Dairy, which they continued to operate until his health failed in 1957. Mrs. Knowlton also sold milk door to door. She was a member of the Rebekah Lodge No. 258 of Brewster, the Brewster Grange and the Brewster Senior Citizens. Survivors include three daughters, Ella Dobson of San Leandro, Calif., Agnes Wright of Malott, and Grace Bergenholtz of Methow; one son, John Knowlton, Brewster; 14 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; and six great- great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, James, on Jan. 3,1964, one son and one grandson. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Nov. 17, at II a.m. from the Barnes Chapel in Brewster with the Rev. William Long officiating. Burial services in the Brewster cemetery. Family suggests that any memorial gifts be given to the Robekah Lodge No. 258, Brewster, c/o Sec. Hlldur Staten, Box 54.2, Brewster, WA. 98812. Country Kitchen & Craft Bazaar Monday, Nov. 30 10 a.m. to6 p.m. Basement of Brewster Community Medical Center ,- Handcraft Items , Door Prizes =,- Baked Goods , Refreshments I I Quad City Area Business Directory Pizza. Sandwiches Beer, Wine Homemade Pies, Soups OPEN 6:30 to 8:00 Moo.-Thurs. 6:30 to 11 00 Fr* T 17 nnnn In I 0 Sat. Otswar .... T l?phone6=S9-2=642.. _ Brewster Tel. 689-2821 Saw Sharpening Service Hand, Skill Meat Saw Blades Rotary Mower Blades Knives, Scissors 5 day service We guarantee our work Western Auto Brewster ,i Rio Auto Supply Tel. 689-2429 Brewster For any local news items please call Quad City Herald, 689-2507. George Ryder Pianos tuned & repaired LESSONS Piano, Organ, Accord/an. Banjo, Drums. Base Guitar. Steel Guitar. Telephone 5091686-6041 The Hair Affair ' Frank's CB Repair F.C.C. Licensed Frank Ames- Bridgeport Hours Vary- Call 686-5365 THINK AVON I Anita Poole tel. 689-3534 J Leslie Poole tel. 689 I Tri River Rental Storage HiWay 97.erewster Across from Goehry's, Inc. Tel, 589-2532 or 689-2430 Open Mon.-Frl.. 8-5 ..:: Open Thurs. Eves. by Appt. " AVpc. notalwavsnecessarv / Brewster Veterinary Clinic Bridgeport-Tel.686-7 81 / Verle D. Smith ,4 , / 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. - Monday thru Friday -l Salem m. $.1',@ / 9 to ]2 Saturdays Telepho 687-26]6 a.,  Webster Furniture -- N. 10Main ! Kathie's Korner Salon Tel. 689-2131 Men, Women & Children's Hair Styling ( Senior Citizen Discounts Mon.-Wed. NevUs MethOd i Kathy Pomrankey. Owner Open Men. thru Fri. Tel. 689-2201 Glass Repair !  ------v---- Rock Damaged Windshields Repaired BWS Enterprises Barry Schopp. 509/686-6045 Box 762. Bridgeport. We. 98813 Curl Factory t Open Mon.-Sat. i / Wed. & Thurs. evenings | Tel. 689-3,0014 L_._ Brewster Automotive Upholstery The Spot Bar ,eed Ft. Okanogan Trading Post Chimney Cleaning Antiques, Collectibles, Dep. Get your chimney Glass,China Cabinets,Apple cleaned not your wallet. Labels, Lots of Misc. Open Tel. 826-1332 4tp22 12:30 to 5:30. Hwy 97 Brewster. 689-3527. Insurance Appraisals  -" [ We a Iso do Rote-rooting Sewer & Drain Cleaning Brewster, Tel. 689-2814 9 to 5 Men. - Fri. ' l_ Service Fire-Fern1 Commercial Snowmobtle.Motorcvcht.Boaht Ta , l.u00o I r Federal Crop Insurance Corporation IRadmtor[ 1738so BrldgeSt Brewster[ / . Te00.689.,00400, I, 107 W, Main Brewster l00gll! - ...Get BLU ffi  LUSTRE shampoo and rent a sham- pooer to s(rub away ground-in dirt and grime, Leaves your leen and plush! Cleans--and 1 deodorizes   P the way professionals 1,' do, at a fraction .pi Coast ,0 C;a00s00; ' Bridgeport.TeL686.5321 Johnson's BaCkhOe Service Cat, Backhoe, Dumptruck, Grader, 250 Air Compressor, Jackhammer & Drill Karl & BOb P.O. Box 331 Brewster, wa. 98812 Tel. 509 / 689-2826 689-2871 509 / 686-6447 Jeaw$ Dry Goo1500 Bridgeport- Tel. 686-5171 J,a, Infants-Chlldrens & AdUlt Clothing - Fabric & Sewing Notions-Toys & Gifts ' \\;.'/ Domestics-Craft Supplies "=I Gales's Body Shop & 24 Hour Towing Service Auto Glass & Insurance Work Free Estimates Work Guaranteed Pateros Wa. Tel. 923-2729 3 mi N on Highway 97 II II We deal in everything! Apple Valley Bargain Barn Telephone 689-3511 Monday - Saturday, 8 to 6 We will also take consignments i OB'AL TRAVEL SERVICE Nothohiel. Symonds Travel Consultant Telephone 509/662-71.15 Residence 689-3555 Morris Building 23 South WPnatchee Avenue, Wenatchee, W'oshington 98801 ' ' ii Mumma Trucking, Inc. Brewster Tel. 68-3422' If no answer call 6G-353 40 Ft. Flat Bed Semi Cattle Trailer Van & Lowboy . _. . Local & Long DisTance