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Hospital employee of the month A native of the Okanogan Valley, Jean Klein has always been interest in the medical field. After graduating from high school in Okanogan she went on to begin training as a registered nurse. She was temporarily detoured from her goal, however, when she and J. W. (Chuck) Klein decided to marry. Jean and Chuck raised four children, two of which are adopted. They at present are also raising one of their grand- children. Chuck's heart surgery in 197g again brought the medical goal into focus and following his surgery he en- couraged Jean to finish her nursing education. This time Jean decided to attend the Licensed Practical Nursing course in Omak and graduated from there in Sep- tember of 1980. She Joined the hospital staff in October of that year because she had enjoyed her student experience here so Jean Klein much. Jean commutes from Omak four days a week to care for patients on the day shift. Jean is ares] asset to the hospital and the com- munity, and is an inspiration to those who have considered Book Fair scheduled for Pateros High School orders on December 4 and 5. Proceeds from the Book Fair wil] go toward pur- chasing books and materials for the school libraries. All books have been approved by the American Library Association. The event is sponsored by the elementary reading staff, with Bey Weddle, Sylvia Savoia, Karen Hed- vall and Mary Routien on the committee. A Book Fair will be held at the Pateros High School library Wednesday, Decem- ber 2 to 4, for students K through 12. The library will be open from 10:00 to 4:00 on those days. Parents will get a sneak preview of the books on display Monday, November 30, at an ice cream social, and will be able to make purchases that evening. Students will be able to place Pateros lists honor students Pateros Junior-Senior High School has announced the following honor roll for the fall trimester: 4.00- Senior: Brian Wood Sophomore: Carlene An- ders, Sheila Kerr, Drew Wood 8th grade: Jeff Wells th grade: Miranda Frost :7.99 - Sophomore: Susan Varrelman $.M.74 - Senior: Barbara Smith Sophomore: Christine Meyer 8th grade: Andrea Anders 7th grade: Karen Brownlee, Anthony Savoia 3.00-3.49 - Senior: Jessica Meyer, Kathleen Neff Sophomore: Joanna Bur- neR, Courtney Moore 7th grade: Angus Kerr Merit Roll Senior: Deanna Hull Junior: Lorl Morlgeau, Vivian Schluneger, Larry Dicken Sophomore: Lois Trim Freshman: Ho Harmon 8th grade: Leanne Brownlee, Richard Dow, Chris Miller 7th grade: Wendy Hook County to sponsor health clinic The Okanogan County Health Department will be starting a Heal Evaluation and Guidance Clinic on December 2, 1981. Com- munity Medical Center, in Brewster, has agreed to loan the use of that facility on the first and third Wednesday of each month. In addition to already of- fered WIC Program, im- munizations, tuberculosis control, and blood pressure screening services offered by the Health Department, Jill Lewis, Family Nurse Practitioner, will offer well child examinations to eligible children. The first priority will be WIC recipients without routine health care. Next priority will be financially eligible families who do not have a health care provider. Anyone referred by their own health care provider will be eligible. The target population is children up to age 5 years, but children of any age will be seen. If you are interested, con- tact the Health Department Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to12 noon and I p.m. to 5 p.m., or the public health nurses at the Com- munity Medical Center on the first and third Wed- nesdays of each month. Chief Joe Tavern Bridgeport Under New Management GI00flD OPElllIIG Sunday. Decernber 6 6 p.m. to 1 2 midnight Live Music Jonsey & The Sundowners DOOR PRIZES - DOOR PRIZES Must be present to win i I finishing a course in nursing but haven't started yet. It really can be done. It is a pleasure to honor Jean as Employee of the Month. The Children's House migrant program ends On Tuesday morning Sep- tember 8 the Children's House Migrant Center opened its doors for the care of young children of apple harvesters working in the Brewster area. The program is state funded and child care is free to those who meet eligibility require- ments. The center operated until November 6 (44 days) and was open from 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. There were 50 children from 32 families who were served. The children ranged in age from two months to ten years, but nearly 50 percent were under the age of two years. The high attendance was 42 and there was an average atten- dance of 20 over the 44 day period. One family came from as far as Costa Rlca. Many came from California and Texas and make the trip to this area each fag to help with the fruit harvest. The staff was made up of a director for the entire operation, a supervisor, three head teachers, and four aides. Each day each child was served lunch and two or three supplemental snacks (and breakfast if not served at home). Many children were at the center for 11 hours. After lunch each child was given oppor- tunity for rest or sleep on a cot. There were both indoor and outdoor activities, with a special arts and crafts program for the older children. Bridgeport Bumpkins elect officers Bridgeport Bumpkins 4-H Club met at the multipur- pose room at the Bridgeport school on Tuesday, Novem- ber 17. Election of officers were as follows: President, Chuck Hensley; Vice-President, Wendy Watson; Secretary, Mark Williams; Treasurer, Jody Wright; Reporter, Darla Hensley and Historian, John Smith. The group also decided to meet on the second Wed- nesday of each month. Achievement night will be held December 9 at a pot- luck supper in the Bridgeport multipurpose room. A gift exchange and Christmas party will be held following the supper. The club chose orange and black for their club colors. Darla Hensley, Reporter Quad-Clty Herald Daughter, family visit Weekend visitors with Gene and Viola Alexander were their daughter LaDon- na Thornsberry and her four Nov e m h P.J'_26, _19_8 L __ __p_ag. 2 daughters, Sandy, LorE, Brandy, and Jennifer, of Wenatchee. The girls' dad, Alvin, had gone elk hunting. Nov. 26-Thanksgiving Day Dec. 1-Bridgeport; Order of Eastern Star Pateros; City Council Dec. 2-Brewster; Columbia Democratic Women, American Legion Post 97, Legion Auxiliary, Quad City Ministers Fellowship Bridgeport; Rebekahs, United Methodist Women Pateros; Chamber of Commerce-noon II BARnEs Chapels I IIMI I ] I FANCY GREEN GARDEN FRESH OUR FINEST No. x..s .................. +39 00ii00i00iGiii,m ........ 3.+Sl GARDEN FRESH RADISHES OR GREEN ONIONS ........... 4-Sl BROWN & SERVE ROLLS WESTERN FAMILY - 12 CT. WHITE, WHEAT OR BUTTERFLAKE WESTERN ,AM,LY WHITE OR WHEAT "^C FRESH BREAD,,' oz .................... 3 WESTERN FAMILY 100% WHOLE WHEAT BREAD=2'/, oz ....... 79 ICE CREAM DEODORANT o,,,6o,.o ,sso,T,O ,.Avo, +" ms ....... =2.09 m,m...,..+ ...... 49 =2.09 '"'"""' $1.89 NASAL SPRAY DARIGOLD BUTTER, Ls ........... DARIGOLD "'"'""' "'"'" "' .... EGG NOG OUART ...................... 89 sc.,..,.oo.c.,s,.. $1.09 GROUND BLACK PEPPER 4 oz.. BONELESS FRESH PORK WILSON =2 FILETOFHAM ROAST ............. ,.S2.39 OIA.O,,mL,UT.,:m,., .. .59 WESTERN FAMILY LENNON'S PURE PORK CREAM CHEESEsoz ................... 69 c IVORY PORe LINK SAUSAGE ................ . Sl.79 LIQUID DETERGENT-oz ......... $1.29 ROAST  STEAKS USDA CHOICE S 1 W,OL[SmLO,,nP..,o...,,+ .... +..99 ARMOUR WHOLE OR HALF UNSLICED 1877 BONELESS HAMS .............. ,. =2.49 WHIPPED TOPPING ( "=....,m" WESTERN FAMILY- 12OZ. BEEF CHUCK ROAST BONELESS 69 USDA CHOICE .69 T ORANGE JUICE,oz ......................... 99 ""'+'"" =1 59 LB. PUMPKIN PiE,,o, ...................... .. , ...,..,o,.o.,.....w,...,o.,o.,,.,oo., SP BIRDSEYE VEGETABLES w,.,,,..,.. ....... TURKEYS WESTERN FAMILY WHOLE OR STRAINED 47 CRANBERRY SAUCE,E oz ............ 160Z. GRADE A SELF-BASTING PRINCELLA CUT YAMS ............. tl):) c ,aqk Bill 12 LB. - 22 LB. 3DOZ. WESTERN FAMILY PUMPKIN ..... "**'1)11 c $ $ WESTERN FAMILY REG. BBQ OR DIP POTATO CHIPSso, .................... 89 c BETTY CROCKER $1.59 LB. PiE CRUST STICKS = oz .......... 181N,- 2E FT. 99 .. REYNOLDS HEAVY FOIL .......... f WESTERN FAMILY UNSLICEDS-7LB. AVG. 691 / ,,so.,,o .,,,,o CHIFFON DINNERNAPKINSeocT. /- iBONELESS HAM ....... LB, Sl. 14OZ. Sai ddP ''O0"OEEF ' N 49J EAGLE BRAND MILK ............. 1.1 LLEAN GROU D BEEF Ls.$1 POWDEREDOK. BROWN a' BROWN jbOdLdlelLC , " C & H SUGAR ", LB ........ ...... ,,ar.lO'- November 27 thru December 2 Hours: Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.- Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. CRISP CELERY U.S. NO. 2 ALL PURPOSE POTATOES 15 LB. BAG. TATOES EVERGREEN STORE NO. 3