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Page 6 Nnvember 26. 1981 Quad-Clty Herald Country Kitchen and Craft Bazaar Monday Snfffin&apos;s a starter, but tasting's lots better! Jim IAvlagston escapes orchard chores and Mickey Turner the classroom for checking out home-baked aromas and flavors of pumpkin pie, whole wheat bread in Judy Lambern's oven mitts and Granny Smith apple pie cradled by Esther Stout. ByRonn/Scim/bbe of culinary arts will be A splendid array of gift ideas will be displayed for sale along with taste- tempting oven productions at Monday's Country Kit- chen and Craft Bazaar, says co-ordinator Linda Livingston. Doorprizes are among the features of the bazaar which will be in the large seminar room in the Community Medical Center basement from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., November 30. Cinnamon rolls, pecan pies, whole wheat bread, rolls and a great assortment among the offerings from the bakery counter. Floral arrangements featuring holiday themes as well as all-season motifs will be available along with ceramic objects, Christmas ornaments, baby quilts and much more. Proceeds from the sale- instigated by Mrs. Livingston - will go to the building fund for the new Seventh-day Adventist School on Brewster Flat. Assisting will be Judy Lamberton, Charlene Knoop, Jo-Anne Smith and Betty Roberton. Four receive first communion Four young people, second and third gradem, celebrated their first cxmmmnion in a Fir- st Om'nnunion Mass Sunday, November 22, at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Brewster. Father Bell was the celebrant. Jessica House, Kevin Morris, Jennifer Lewis and Matt Mathes were the youngsters, who were also commended by Father Bell in his sermon. Following the mass a coee and dessert hour was held to honor the children and their fimilies. Bethel you[b attend rally Young people from the Bethel Assembly of God Church attended a sports rally in the Chelan High School gym last Saturday along with youth from the surrounding area. After a spaghetti feed in the basement of the Chelan Assembly of God Church the young members competed in a church rally for the "Ban- ner" presented to the church who had the most points for mileage and attendance. Those attending from Bethel Assembly included Kevin and Lori Benson, Robert Hamilton, Roberta Essary, Sherri Berry, Eva Janetos, Jamie Stenoien, and Terri McKenny. Dennis and Simone Lewis drove the church van; Karen Knapp and Sylvia McKenny were chaperones. Christening Sonny and Laurie Holt, Brewster, and Ron and Kathy Berschauer and Kristen of Chelan went to Kennewick for the weekend where they attended the christening Sunday of Elizabeth Nodoff. Elizabeth is the daughter of Dave and Karen Nodoff. The Ber- schauers were godparents for the baby girl, the Holts' second granddaughter. Eastern visitor Genevieve Wheeler of Harmony, North Carolina, visRed here last week with her brothers and sisters, staying at the Vern Canfield home. She visited with Wilton Buckingham in Bridgeport, also. Joining her here were her daughters, Genieve Benitendi and Angle of Kirkland, and Eunice Jones, Redmond. The ladies left Friday. Jury Venire is drawn Mrs. Jackie Bradley, Okanogan County Clerk has announced the following jury. venire for the months of December, January and February. All jurors will be notified by card or phone call when they are to report. Brewster; Joe Snlder, Charles A. Drake, Theodore C. Driessen, Morna Frazler, Loretta Kirk, Carolyn Ott- man, Virginia C. Risken, Harold B. Stout M.D., Nathanael M. Symonds, Genelle Tarbell, August A. Tarbell, Siri Tiff, Jack A. Thrapp, Kay C. Unger, Robert E. Valdez, Gee L. Wilson, Jim A. Wick, Rozella A. Widell, LaDonna M. Wareham, Roger James Webster and Eva Mac Webb. Pateros; Walter Nlcholson, Thomas L. Poplawski, Kathryn E. Panlson, Patricia A. Reed, Gertrude A. Reflly, Richard R. Rogahn, Kathleen M. Rogahn, Tauno I. Salo, Neville M. Scrimsher, Sharon L. Taylor, David Wldel and Diane L. Warebam. Carlton-Methow; Daniel E. Peitzer, Harold Hamilton, Lorainne Odlon, Cinde A. Turner, Madeline L. Taylor and Mrs. Julia I. Taylor. Adventist students give many thanks jckdug the ser line. By Rmni Schnibbe Expressions of thanks were nmny from the students of grades one through six of the Seventh<lay Adventist School who were served a Thanl giving dinner in the church rJlowship room Monday noon. The students were seated at colorfully decorated tables wifll teachers Molm Dugan and Mlckey Turner and the room mothers when Linda Livingston invill each to ex- press what be was especially grat.xfl for. Parents, tea and God were given many votes of than sam rmmtrv bered pets with special ap- preciation and one young lad, momentarily blank on blessings, suddenly remem- bered his big sister for bouquets. Pumpkin pie was tbe te topping for the banquet prepured and served by the room mother Lavon Turner,  stout, ltty Reberton and Linda Livingston, with an ast frn Marflyn McCrm'y. Tbstenof Reid lrurfs grades seven through nine had an earlier Tick.ring buffet o. Friday at the heine of  and Kay Hans Each offered a sentence Irayer of thanks before the dinner prepared by room Elsa Larsen, President of Brldgeport's United Methodist Women, showing some of the items which will be on sale at their bazaar in the Bridgeport Methodist Church, December 4. Methodist P/omen plan bazaar Eisa Larson, newly elect- ed president of United Methodist Women of Bridgeport, and Carole Gross, past president and bazaar chairman met in the Larson home recently to discuss plans for this annual event. A luncheon of casserole, hot rolls, salad bar, home- made pies, coffee or tea will be served at noon. Many craft and hand- made items will be on their sale tables and will include crocheted turtle flower pot holders, tiny turtle ornamen- ts, doorknob wreaths, kit- chen towels, hot pads, clean- ser holders, Christmas or- naments, pillow cases, dish towels. There will also be a country kitchen and white elephant table and another table with wall swags, door swags and evergreens. Postgrad course Dr. Fred Schnibbe attended a postgraduate course in Urology for Primary Phys/eians at the Park Hilton in Seattle Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. The continuing medical education course was spon- m'ed through the University of Washington School of Medicine. Dr. Fred and wife Verona were guests of her sister Virginia Fleming Thursday night. mothers Jeanine Rana, Marilyn McCrary and Kay Hanson. Finishing with apple or lmmpkin pie, the group relaxed far an after-dlnner story about a cougar and a girl hermlt and New granddaughter Chuck and Lynn McWhor- tar, Rhonda and Chris, traveled to Kalispell, Mon- tana, over the weekend to visit daughter Carla Heucher, and her new baby girl, Sarah Rae, who was born Monday, November 16. Sarah weighed 6 Ibs. 5 ozs. at birth. While in Kalispell, they bad an early Thanksgiving celebration with other mem- bers of the McWhorter family who live there. Tlmnksglvlng dinner, read by Mrs. McCrary, THE One species of orchid provides us with vanilla II II ADVE N TUR - CONTINUES Ce.lebrate truth, justice, and the A.merican way of life with the Man of Steel. Rio Theatre November 27, 28, and 29 t SO t O0 $ IO 1 .children, 2 -adult, 3 -loges Friday & Satmday 7 & 9, Sunday 7 I I I TOPS news Cindy Lucas was the best loser this past week of the II TOPS members who weighed in. Dorothy Wohlford won the Ha Ha can and Judy Grable the door prize. No No foods for this week will be mashed potatoes and cheese cake. The Club will bold a Tup- perware party on December 14. 'llllllllllllllllllllll Brewster Grange 1018 Annual Christmas FLEA MARKET Friday, December 4 - 12:00 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, December 5 - 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. I Brewster Grange Hall II IIII I  ,, = ' 3 7 You May Need A New ql ':; -- M'tP I) Your battery is otr 3 liners old. oatterv 11: 2)Yomcmh.powe00d00'ain00ngextms 3) You re having starting problems Save With Silver Eagle... STANDARD TERMINALS Group 22F, 24F & 24 C Fits most cars end pickups. 36 Month s,.xs0 ........ i .... Now $52.60 48 Month s. .os ............. Now $60.45 60 Month an. 7,.,s ............. Now $63.95 60 Month a,s.s,.*s ..... ....Now $73.95 SIDE TERMINAL STYLE Group 72 & 74 Fits most cars 48 Month ,,,. s,, ............. Now $ 68.90 48 Month sq. -,s0 ............. Now $ 69,90 Other sizes at eimillar savings and Foreign Cam. Tool Golf Car & Cycle Batteries on request. Bill's Shell Service Pateros Wa. 923-2772 herans install Reverend Maier The service of installation of the Reverend Simon Mater as pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church, Okanogan, and Hope Lutheran Church, Brewster, was held at the Okanogan Church November 15. Pastor Mater was bern in Canada March 1924. He graduated from Concordia College, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in 1944 and from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri in 1948. Married in 1948, he and his wife Helen have three children, Mrs. Dorothy Gehrke, Paul, Lois, and two grandchildren, Anne and Scan. Pastor Maier has served parishes in Canada, Idaho, California, Wyoming and Oregon. He has served as counselor in Idaho and was counselor for L.W.M.L., L.L.L., and Youth. He has continued his education at the Springfield Seminary Extension and Portland State University, Portland, Oregon. Recently he has completed three quarters of Clinical Pastoral Education at Emanuel and Providence Hospitals, Porb land, Oregon, and Oregon State Hospital, Salem, Oregon. Simon Maler will be serving as Pastor for both the Okanogan and Brewster Lutheran Churches. J ust So Everyone At The Meeting Has A Copy... Refrigerated orange juice L PHOTO COPIES ]5EaCh J retains its Vitamin C content even after a week. Fruit drinks lose their vitao Quad City Herald min content at a faster rate than pure fruit juice. Shop pon Savings! Coupons Good Thru Saturday, Nov. 28 -------------'"-" " " i'#! ,II\\;%%\% , Blazers Long or Shod Wool, Corduroy, Velvet or Suede Cloth Cash Value 1/20 CLAMPITT'S Downtown Chelan Expires11128/81 Limit one per pemon ________________.---------- J mi m mm --, mm m m ,,-. --- mm -,- m "" '-" m mm m -" m mm m mm m. mmml , ! , I "' 1 "--=='--  .. --  --1 All --,, .--- __ -- .-. I1-i 00kirts . $7o. -i / WOO1 .land Pleated Straight Gored J -=| ll .. 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