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Scout dancers draw large audience "The boys did a fantastic job," said Dick Dildine of last week's Order of the Arrow Indian dance perfor- mance in front of 100 area Scouters and spectators. "Three troops - from Wenat- chee, East Wenatchee, and MANSFIELD BOYS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1981-82 DATE SCHOOL PLACE TIME December 8 Chelan Here 6: 00 December 10 Brewster There 6: 00 December 15 Pateres Here 6: 00 December 17 Pascbal-Sherman Here 5: 00 January 12 Bridgeport Here 6:00 January 14 Paschal-Sherman There 4: 00 January 19 Pateros There 6: 00 January 21 Chelan There 4: 00 January 26 Brewster Here 6: 00 January 28 Bridgeport There 6: 00 BREWSTER BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1981-82 BOYS Dec. 3 V- Chelan Here- 6:30 Dec. 11 V, JV & C-Tonasket There-4:45 Dec. 12 V - Davenport Here. 6:30 Dec. 18 V & JV- Chelan There-6:15 Dec. 19 V, JV & C- Tonasket Here. 4:45 Dec. 28 V - Christmas TounL at Okanogan Dec. 29 V. Christmas Tourn. at Okanogan Jan. 4 JV - Ephrata Here - 6:90 Jan. 7 JV - Bridgeport Here - 6:00 Jan. 8 V - Bridgeport There. 6:30 Jan. 9 V & JV - Pateros Here - 5: 00 Jan. 15 V- Coulee-Hartline There-5:00 Jan. 16 V & JV. Manson Here. 5:00 Jan. 22 V - Watervllle There - 6:00 Jan. 23 V & ,IV - Omak Here - 6:39 Jan. 30 V- Pateros There-e:00 Feb. 1 JV - Ephrata There - 6:00 Feb. 5 J & JV - Conlee-Hartline Here - 5:00 Feb. 6 V & JV - Manson There - 5:00 Feb. 8 JV - Bridgeport There - 6:00 Feb. 9 V- Bridgeport Here. 6:30 Feb. 12 V & JV- Watervflle Here- 5:00 GIRLS Dec. 1 V. Chelan Here. 6:30 Dec. 12 V - Davenport Here - 6:30 Dee. 15 V & JV - Tenasket There Dec. 17 V & JV - Chelan There Dec. 19 V - Mansfield There- 7:00 Dec. 30 V - Christmas Tourn. at Okanogan Jan. 2 V - Christmas Tourn. at Okanogan Jan. 4 JV- Ephrata Here .6:00 Jan. 7 JV - Bridgeport Here. 6: 00 Jan. 8 V - Bridgeport There - 6: 30 Jan. 9 V & JV - Pateros Here - 5: 00 Jan. 15 V & JV - Conlee-Hartline There - 5:00 Jan. 16 V & JV.Maason Here- 5:00 Jan. 22 V & JV.Watervflle There-6:00 Jan. 29 V - Mansfield Here - 7:00 Jan. 30 J & JV - Pateros There - 6:00 Feb. 1 JV - Ephrata There - e: oo Feb. 5 V & JV - Conlee-Hartline Here - 5: 00 Feb, 6 V & JV - Maason There ,,5:00 Feb. 8 JV- Bridgeport There. 6:90 Feb. 9 V - Bridgeport Here - 6: 30 Feb. 12 V & JV- Waterville Here-5:00 Cashmere were represented. Seven boys provided a 40- minute show. Their skills and costumes made quRe an impression." According to Dildine, the Order of the Arrow com- prises Scouts who are chosen by their home troops for the honor. Only one boy per troop may be selected each year. Inductees are given the opportunity to dance in organized performances af- ter the custom of the American Indian. All dress is handmade by the par- ticipants to look as authentic as possible. The dance is only one of many activities scheduled by local members of the Boy Scouts of America, which in- cludes, in order of age eligibility, Cub Scouts, Webelos, Boy Scouts, and Explorers. Dildine is the area's assistant Cubmaster, due to replace Wayne Lehr- man as Cubmaster in January. "Wayne is also unit corn. missioner for the Scouts," Dildine explained. "When I move into his spot, he'll be able to devote more time to his other duties." Dildine, a recent im- migrant to the Quad City area, is enthusiastic about Scouting. "We've 37 Cubs in the Brewster pack now. That's sensational! But I'd like to see 50 boys involved." The Cub Scout sub-unit is the den. Each week a vohm- leer den mother holds an af- ter-school meeting for the boys in her charge. Pack meetings bring several dens together - five locally - and are organized by a pack leader - Gordon Schrable here. "Gordon's been doing a terrific job with his boys," Dildlne noted. "And we're fortunate to have some very capable and generous den mothers in this area. Pat Munk is invaluable as den coach. Rick Wride, district executive from Moses Lake, acknowledges Brewster's Scout program as one of the most active in his jurisdic- tion." Cub Scouting is available for any boy between the ages of eight and eleven. Ac- tivities include campouts, crafts, and the annual pinewood derby. "The derby is great fun for the boys," Dildine observed. "They're responsible for building their own rig and racing it down an incline. They put a lot of work into this project." The pinewood kits are purchased by the pack and distributed each December. The derby is held in January. "The public is welcome to all our pack meetings," Dildine emphasized. "But we'd like to extend a special invitation for our Christmas get-together December 10. It's slated for 7:00 p.m. in the high school lunch room. After the regular meeting Santa Claus will be on hand to distribute the derby kits." Rebekahs initiate new members The main order of business at the November 17 meeting of Mansfield Rebekah Lodge #281 was the initiation of the following candidates: Inez Tupling, Joyce Matthiesen, Lola Woodside, Jean Ray and Lynn Pease. Members voted to give money to the Mansfield Volunteer Fire Department ambulance fund as a com- munity service project. They also made a donation to the OddFellow Eye Bank. r The pattern was selected for new Lodge dresses. Members were reminded to bring wrapped Christmas BRIDGEPORT BASKETBALL SCHEDULE BJV 6:15 6:30 6:00 5:00 6:30 5:00 5:00 6:15 7:30 5:00 6:30 6:30 12:30 5:00 5:00 6:30 12:30 7:30 GJV 1981-82 5:00 GV BV 8:OO 8:00 7:3O 6:30 8:00 6:30 8:00 6:30 6:00 5:00 8:00 6:30 8:00 6:30 8:00 7:00 7:00 8:00 7:30 December 3 Okanogan There December 4 Pateros There December 8 Liberty Bell Here December 11 Soap Lake Here 5: 00 December 12 Orovflle There 3:30 December 18 Manson Here 5:00 December 19 Coulee-Hartline There December 22 Soap Lake There December29 Orovllle Here 3:30 December30 OkanoganTournament There January 2 Okanogan Tournament There January 2 Liberty Bell There January 5 Tonasket Here 6: 00 January 7 Brewster There 6: 00 January 8 Brewstor Here January 9 Watervllle Here January 15 Okanogan Here January 16 Mansfield There January 16 Ephrata "C" Here 11:00 January 19 Liberty Bell Here 6:00 January 22 Pateres Here 5: 00 January 23 Mansen There January 29 Coulee-Hartline Here January 30 Watervflle There 5:00 February 6 Mansfldd Here February 6 Ephrata "C" There 11:00 February 8 Brewster Here 6: 00 February 9 Brewster There February 12 Pateros There 6:30 8:00 6:30 8:00 8:00 8:00 PATEROS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1981-82 Date Opponent Place GJV December 4 Bridgeport Here December 7 Mansfield There December 5 Easton There December 8 P--D Here 6:15 December 11 Easton Here December 12 Mansfield Here December 12 KlttRas Here December 18 Coulee-Hartline Here December 19 Manson Here December 29 Warden Tournament* There December 30 Warden Tournament There January 8 Watervllle There 5:00 January 9 Brewster There 5: 00 January 15 Mansfield Here January 16 Tonasket There January 16 Okanogan There 6:15 January 19 P--D There 6:15 January 22 Bridgeport There 5:00 January 28 Coulee-Hartline There January 25 Entiat Here 6:00 January 29 Manson There 5: 00 January 30 Brewster Here 5:00 February 1 Entlat There 6: 00 February 4 Tonasket Here February 5 Mansfield There February9 Watervflle Here February 12 Bridgeport Here 7:30 6:30 8:00 6:30 8:00 6:30 8:00 6:30 8:00 8:00 6:30 8:00 6:30 8:00 BJV GV BV 6:30 8:00 7:00 6:00 7:30 7:30 6:00 7:30 :00 6:30 6:00 5:00 8:00 6:30 6:00 8:00 6:30 5:00 9:00 3:00 7:00 6:30 8:00  5:00 6:30 8:00 6:30 8:00 4:30 7:3O 7:30 6:30 8:00 5:00 8:00 6:30 7:30 7:30 5:30 6:30 5:00 5:00 6:30 8:00 6:80 8:00 8:00 8:00 6:30 8:00 6:30 gifts to the next meeting, to be sent to adopted sister Beulah Chase, who is in the Odd Fellow Home in Walla WaUa. Under the Good of the Or- der, Donita Henrickson, who was celebrating her birth- day, was honored with a poem, read by her sister, Linda Bayless, and then the group sang Happy Birthday to her. License office closed The Department of Licens- ing reminds motorists that all Driver Licensing offices will be closed November 26 and 27, 1981 in observance of Thanksgiving. The offices will resume regular working hours November 28, 1981. All of- flees are open from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, except holidays. Birthday Pat and Elmo Cook enter- tained friends Saturday evening at their home with a potluck supper followed by cards. Everyone also wished Elmo a "Happy Birthday". Attending the party were Dot and Sonny Sampson, Jack and Nell Tarbell, Mona and Jerry Divis, Bert and Pat Sinclair, Lenh and Wally Wagg, and Duane, Teresa, Jamle and Brent Cook. Visits sister Valerie and Brandon Prit- chard visited in Seattle last week with Val's sister, Crystal Walstad. Friday they went to Stevenson to visit their dad, Frank, and brothers, Stuart and Keith. On Tuesday Kelth drove his sister and nephew hack to Brewster. Keith will be spending Thanksgiving with his mother, Marlene Waistad. Travel to Mexico Barbara Fenton and Mary Lou Taber, with Blanche Paslay and Electa Darllngton, drove recently to Quartzite, Arizona, where Blanche and Electa remained for the winter. Barb and Mary Lou went on to San Luis, Mexico, then to Las Vegas, Nevada, where they visited with Nlta and Ken Sowards, and also viewed the Loretta Lynn Show, Going on, they stop. ped at Sacramento, Callfor. nla, to visit with Richard and Louise Smith before retur- ning to Brewster. Ouad-Clty Herald November 26. 1981 Nutritionists offer new service By Wayne van Zwoll Reflexology sounds like some Congressional buzz- word - or the end of a one- liner on a hospital soap opera. Butt according to Barry Schopp, it's a legitimate and very useful science, somewhat akin to accupuncture. It's only part of the services he and his wife Kathy are prepared to offer in their home-based en- terprise. The Schopps were married last March and now live in a comfortable mobile home on Highway 173 just south of Bridgeport Bar. Barry, 21 is a native of Bridgeport and is currently employed with the Douglas County PUD part time. Kathy, 23, is from Weuatchee. "We've spent many hours in seminars, classes, and home study," says Kathy, who has a certificate in nutritional counseling from Sunshine Center, a study program affiliated with a large supplier of vitamins and herbs. "I guess you could call me a health food nut. But I'm not as fanatical as some," she laughs. The Schopps are distributing nutritional items from their home. 'Nature's Sunshine', 'Man- ua-Min', and 'Ava Cafe's' are some of the brand names they deal with. "We're im- pressed by the quality of the products from these outfits," Kathy asserts. "We want to provide a good service to the people in the Quad-City area." Their stock isn't limited to vitamins and herbs, either. Hair and cosmetic products - - even makeup--are also available. "We believe in the holistic approach to health: treating the whole body, not just symptoms of disorders," Barry explains. "It's an old and popular concept across the Atlantic, but is just now becoming accepted here." Barry holds a certificate in reflexology from the Inter- national Institute of Reflexology. "It's hard to explain this in a few words," he smiled. "But basically reflexology is the science of treating different body parts through pressure on specific parts of the foot. It relieves tension, improves cir- culation, and helps body func- tions 'normalize'." Neither of the Schopps is licensed to diagnose, treat, or prescribe in a medical Barry and Kathy Schopp are opening a business aimed at giving Quad-City residents a selection fo nutrition supplements. sence. "We're not doctors; we're nutritionists and, while we don't pretend to circumvent medical treat- ment when necessary, we believe proper diet can prevent and cure many ailments." What is a proper diet? "Stay away from pro- cessed sugars, flours, and foods with lots of chemical additives. Avoid animal fats. Use fish as a source of meat protein. Drink raw milk," advises Kathy. "Most people know these things already; we're not recommending anything new. But the benefits of a good diet are of- ten underrated. And the cost can be significantly less than incurred by processed foods attractively packaged for supermarket dlsplay." The Schopps buy their food in bulk, and Kathy does con- siderable home baking. The young couple offer nutrition counseling and a book service for those in- terested in learning more about natural foods and nutritional supplements. "We also have a good stock of free brochures," Kathy adds. Biokinesiology and iridology sound a trifle awesome, but are fair game for the Schopps, who plan to include - and explain - them in their counseling. Iridology, the study of body organs through inter- pretation of patterns in the iris, will also be the topic of a discussion session to be held the evening of December 4 at the Schopp residence. Iridologists B.J: and Mary Kay Gauf will answer questions. Says Kathy: "The public is welcome; there's no obligation. It should be a very interesting evening." Happy Birthday Uh-Hun From all the family Health Department moving office The Okanogan County Health Department will be closed Monday and Tuesday, November 30 and December I so that the office may be moved to a new location at the County Administration Building, 227 N. 4th, in Okanogan. Health Department ser- vices will be available at the new address beginning Wed- nesday, November 25. \\; \\; [e t t L i Casin o Saturday, December 5 4:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. sponsored by Quad City Eagles Public Welcome Bridgeport Refreshments _ - - _ - - _- -_ _ - _ - _ _ -; In the joyful spirit of the holiday, we'd like to wish you and your family a very happy and heoffhy time together. Let's give thanks. We will be closed Nov. 26, 27, 28 Open again Tues., Dec. 1 - Reg. Hours Steak House Bridgeport Ell THIIINHSGiVBNG Sllte00 Friday & Saturday., 00ovember 27 & 28 COME IN AND SEE OUR IN STORE Raw on' Quality,Selection,Price SPECIALS in Brewster t * ..................... L