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Paae 1O Novemlr 26. 1981 Quad-Clty Hpxald SEVENTY YEARS AGO Brewster is to have a co- operative store. Last Mon- day a large number of Grangers met at the store of W. M. Allen and perfected an organization to be known as the Brewster Co-operative Store. W. M. Allen, was chosen as president. As a result of some very vigorous advertising and af. ter seeing the samples of potatoes raised here the Great Northern Dining Ser- vice has made arraugennts for all their cars to serve Bt'ewster Potatoes. Norman & Co., a very large concern operating hotels in Spokane, Seattle and Portland have also concluded to use Brewster potatoes on all their tables. We will now have to take a part of the honors of King apple away and give them to his consort, "High Minister Potato." SIXTY YEARS AGO Holland and Washburn have purchased the Pateros Cash Grocery of A. A. Parks and will conduct the business as formerly conducted by Mr. Parks. Dan Holland of the new firm was formerly proprietor of the Manse Cash Store and later of the Brewster Telephone Ex- change, and Herb Washburn is too well known to our people to need any further introduction. The masque ball given by the American Legion last Wednesday was a grand success. A number of good costumes were in evidence and the prize turkey for the best sustained character went to F. J. Clifford. The judges were undecided be- tween Loris Gillespie re- presenting a moonshiner and F. J. Clifford as a Jew ped- cUer. The decision went to Clifford on the flipping of a coin. FIFTY YEARS AGO Who would ever thought that the time could come when the farmers would celebrate when wheat got to sixty-five cents a bushel. Mr. and Mrs. G.//lackey, Mr. and Mrs: Earl Mackay and daughter Jeanette Marie and Stanley Mackey were Wenatchee visitors Saturday. Editorial: This is the time of the year when all kinds of weather forecasts are made. The muskrat has failed to grow a heavy coat of fur and the chickens have only light covering of feathers. But the last couple nights have nearly induced us to suggest that both get heavier coats. FORTY YEARS AGO The Brewster Bears will open the 1941-42 basketball season at Mansfield, Decem- ber 2. To date the team un- der Coach Raft is making great headway and win be a promising team before the close of the season. Veterans of the court: Dutch Starzman, Tom Wick, Fred Warner, Alfred Yates, Herb Douglas, Vernon Holt, and newcomers, Bill Tar- bell, Earl Shenyer, Larry Cleveland, Johnnie Brasbears and others will make this team hard to beat. The Harold Otto family spent Thanksgiving with the TruLy Otto family in Pateros. Along with 1972 other cadets, Jack M. Goshry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Goehry, Brewster, is now a member of the first class of cadets in the new Air Corps Replacement Center (Air- crew) at Kelly Field, Texas. Scott Hull was host to four Brewster High School foot- hall boys last weekend when he took Tom Wick, Wilson Shaw, Warren Cross and Howard Gamble to Seattle. Mr. Hull presented the boys with excellent seats for the University of Washington vs. University of Oregon foot- ball game. THIRTY YEARS AGO. Winning the essay contest, sponsored in the Brewster Schools during National Education Week by the American Legion Columbia Post 97, were Eddie Myers, sophomore, and Karen Cramer, eighth grader. Visiting with John Lawless during the weekend were Buzzy Dowell, Bridgeport, Mrs. Dick Lawless and children and Geo. Lawless of Brewster. TWENTY YEARS AGO Stun Sterley, Bridgeport Civil Defense chairman, an- nounced at an organization meeting that in the near future a survey team from Seattle will be in the area to make a check on buildings probably suitable for fall-out shelters. Suggestion award checks were presented on Novem- ber 16, to six men at the Chief Joseph Dam safety meeting, George W. Kerr, project engineer, making the presentations. Those receiving awards, their suggestions covering a wide area of service which will considerably improve operations and result in reduction of costs, incldue Jack Kenoyer, Arnold Cox, Scotty Freburg, Dave Car- penter, Horace McAroy and Lee Tatum. On the llth day of the llth month, II years before the end of the century, Washington became a state. Admission date: November 11, 1889. Thirteen out of the thirty- eight students in Mansfield High School were on the first quarter honor roll. They are Lois Tinkbeiner, Sherry TuNing, Jerry Gallaher, Lynn Holcomb, Marlys McGrath, Melody Thomeen, Carol Eidson, SonJa Diksen, Ward Glessner, Betty Snell, Jeanette Maw, Tom Poole and Jim Davis. Jerry Pcole, Larry Gles- sner and Mary Glessner, all attending Junior College in Wermtchee, were home for the weekend visiting their parents. TEN YEARS AGO Ed Heath, owner of Heath's Nursery, Inc., Brewster, has been selected as president of the North Central Chapter of the Washington State Nur- seryman's Association for 1972. A Walla Walla College senior from Brewster has been named to Who's Who in America Colleges and Universities for 1971-72. Dennis Wysong, a religion major, and one of twenty seniors form the school to receive the honor, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wysong. Pateros Camp Fire girls met last Thursday at the home of leader Gayle Morigeau. Tammy Foster opened the meeting. Those attending the meeting were Darbie Morigeau, Tam.my Foster, Jull Lemon, Tina Harvey, Georgia Howard and Kell Wagg. A//W 114FUL IF OR THE MAXY I lS WE CANf C-r wrm n  Quad-C ity Herald OBITUARIES Forest Service JACOB HOWARD LAGRANGE accepting job Jacob Howard LaGrange was born at Dale, Oregon, June 20, 19. He grew up and recelved his early educatlen in Orsgm. He came to Okanogan County in 1918. He cattle ranched in the Grand Cmles, Mettmw Valley and BrewS are where be owned rundms. He was married to Ruth O'Dell Wallace at Coeur d'/d--ene, Idaho in 1953. They lived in tbe Twlsp area untll her death in August of 1961. Howard LaGrange died at Okanogan August 23, 1981 when he wandered away from Tillikum House. HIS body was found N 18. He was 78 years c age. He is survived by one daughter, Janett AW.hisc Elmer City, Wash.; one son: Jacob Howard, Jr.,St. Clair, Wyo.; three grand- cldldren, and a number a nieces and nqtews.  services were bekl in Twlsp Monday, N 23 at 2:00 p.m., Rev. Rcn Hunter ctficiaflug. Burial was in the Beaver Creek , Twp. A ascend memorial service will be held Saturday, Nov. 28 at the Grand Coulee Iflngdmn HaU with brother Don Lmstaff - ficlatlng. Precht's Methow Valley Chapel In charge of arrmements. FERN ELIZABETH SNYDER Fern Elizabeth Snyder, 84, Methow, died Thursday at the Brewster hospital. She was bern December 7, 1896, in Wykoff, Minnesota, came west with her parents as a child and lived in the Preston area. The family homesteaded two miles south of Pateros and she attended and graduated from Pateros schools. On January 20,1915, she married E. C. Snyder at Pateros. Mrs. Snyder had been active in church work all of her life. She was a member of the Methow Evangelical Methodist Church. Survivors include three daughters, Vivian R. Grace of Methow, Lois I. Brown of Renton and Zelle Gad of Tacoma; one son, Homer Snyder, Methow; nine grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and one great-great-granddaughter. She was preceded in death by her husband on April 11,1972. Funeral services were held Saturday, November 21 at 2 p.m. from the Methow Evangelical Methodist Church with Reverend Larry Trim officiating. Committal and interment in the Pateros Cemetery. Arrangements by Barnes Chapel, Brewster. BRIJIDO GAMEZ SERDA Brijido Gamez Serda, 78, a resident of Bridgeport for the past eight years, died Saturday at his home. He was born April 23, 1903, in Mexico and had been a laborer. He was a member of St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Enrique (Marguerita) Martinez, Bridgeport, and San Juana Trevino, Selma, California; two sons, Leonel Serda, Bridgeport, and Noe Serda, Houston, Texas; seven grandchildren, two sisters in Mexico and one brother in California. Funeral services were held Tuesday, November 24, at 9 a.m. from the St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, Bridgeport with Father Joseph Bell officiating. Burial services in the Bridgeport Cemetery. Arrangements by Barnes Chapel, Brewster. MARGARET ANN BIRDSEY Margaret Ann Birdsey, 41, Brewster, died Tuesday at Harmony House, where she had made her home for the last six years. She was born in Bellingham on June 17, 1940, and had been an invalid for many years. Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Han- son, Bellingham. Funeral services were held Monday, November 23 at 11 a.m. at Pateros Cemetery with Reverend Bill Long of- ficiating. Arrangements by Barnes Chapel, Brewster. applications Applications for summer and seasonal Jobs in 1982 with the Okanogan National Forest are now available at all forest offices, according to Bill McLaughlin, Forest Supervisor. The applications will be accepted through January 15,1982. Jobs include work in engineering, trail maln- tenance, timber stand examination, campground maintenance, fire fighting, and as fire lookouts, wilder- hess rangers, hackceuntry guards, and information center specialists. All ap- plicantsmust be at least 18 years of age by the time of hng. Salaries range from $4.51 to $6.17 per hour. Most Jobs start in June and end in late September; some jobs begin a bit earlier and run until early November. "We expect many more applications this year," said Charles Vanderburg, forest personnel officer, citing current economic con- ditions. "Unfortunately for Job seekers, we also expect further budget reductions, resulting in fewer jobs to be filled. It will be tough for people who have not worked for us before to get a sum- mer Job with us, as most of last year's seasonal em- ployees are expected to return." Some jobs require passing of a physical examination and a physical fitness test. All applicants will be con- sidered regardless of race, color, sex, religion, or national origin. Education and work experience will determine one's em- ployment opportunities. Positions can be filled only by citizens of the United States. Applications are available from the Okanogan National Forest, P.O. Box 950, Okanogan, WA 98840. HOMEMAKERSJ From The All New Edition Of The Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book Cooking in the 80s has changed. To reflect this, the red plaid Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book has been completely revised. A major feature of the new edition is a nutrition anal- ysis for every recipe in chart form. Smooth chiffon pie re- quires a gelatin mixture. Chill it, stirring occasionally, until it resembles corn syrup. Remove from refrigerator. Beat egg whites to stiff peaks. The gelatin, which continues to set, should be thicker but pourahle. Fold into the whites. Then fold whipped cream into the mix- ture. Chill until mixture mounds when spooned he- fore turned into pie shell. GRASSHOPPER PIE 6 1/2 cups tiny rnazsh- Combine marshmallows and milk in large saucepan. Heat over low flame, stirring occasionally, till marshmal- lows melt. Cool, stirring every five minutes. Stir liqueurs into marshmallow mixture. Whip cream till soft peaks form. Fold marsh- mallow mixture into cream. Turn into chilled wafer crust. Freeze several hours or overnight until firm. Makes 8 servings. For crust, combine 25 finely crushed chocolate mallows wafers (1 1/2 cups) with 6 1/4 cup milk  tablaspoona melted: butler 1/4 cupemedementhe or margarine. Turn into a 9- 2 tbe. creme de cacao inch pie plate spreading 2 cups heavy cream evenly. Press to form firm, Chocolate Wafer Crust even crust. Chill one hour. Quad City Area Business Directory Pizza, Sandwiches Beer, Wine Homemade Pies, Soups Don't Let a Dirty Carpet Spoil Your Party! Renta Rinse 'N Vac Webster Furniture Brewster Tel. 689-2131 !i)[i:iII)[[;i YO (i,i) The Hair Affair ' V OPEN Open Mon.-Frl.. 8-S .. Chimney Cleaning :3o,o, *o.o., ,,o.. o,o,,.0o . Open Thurs. Eves. VV AIVt: J / $ / ' ,,;.,,;,,,0 s= Ap, not =ways notes.tel r Call826.1332 29 [ .... ................. TypptSSg.2B42 _ __ Bridgeport - Tel,6BB-7481 -- - -" ..... "-c-L "::IZI:i:I:I:I:[ ,, Saw Sharpening ..i 8. !,4, |  t [ " omoga. TradgPest ilrl -1,1 ! Antiques, Collectibles, Dep. Service Hand, Skill  'f' ., , J Glass, ChlnaCabinets,Apple . " '|]P I Labels, Lets of Misc. Open Meat SaW Blades Beautv ! 12:30 to 5:30. Hwy 97 Botary Mower Blades _ ----= &JL I Brewster.9-37.. Knives, Scissors Manor lL00suranceAppralsals u 5 day service J: t i.t.r.A.to .................. ;= I ial = IOiqltl e Brewster ...... ' I Webster Furniture  : Bridgeport I N. lOMaln RI0 Auto Tel 689 2131 Mlnl Storage Tel, 686-5321 or 686-5326   i Cl0sod i , ,ov. 25-Dec. 4 ' Gree.Thumb I Tel, 689-2429Brewster ;: , 0penDec. 5 , ** Br wster ' t .,,Z36m.Tlo.,,m.m''.,, J Hi at_ : :,:::: : _, e ....... " O JOhnson's B hop BaCkhOe Service Cat, BaCkhOe, Dumptruck, Grader, 250 Air Compressor, A U T 0 W H E  L Jackhammer & Drill G L A S S  L  G N M E N T Karl & BOb P.O. BOX 351 Brewster, Wa. 98812 Tel. 509/689-2826 689-2871 509/686-6447 Tel. 689-23]4 il ...,v.r THINK AVON Rental Storage Anita Poole tel. 689-3534 Leslie Poole tel. 689-3207 Hiwav 97 Brewster ffc2 Across from Ooehry's, Inc. Tel, 689-2532 or 689-2430 , George Ryder I BrewsterVeterinary Clinic I eerie D. Smith ,. I 8 a.m. to6 p.m.- Monday thru Friday rl 9 to 12 Saturdays Telephone 689 Pianostuned&repalred Kathle's Korner Salon LESSONS Men, Women & Children's Hair Styling Gales's Body Shop D,.PJ"' SO"'GuJr,^CS"Stee] Gl.as"' Senior Citizen Discounts Mon,-Wed, at 24 H0ur Towing Service Kathy Pomrankey, Owner Telephone 5091688-6041 l Open Mort. thru FrL Tel. 689-2201  Auto Glass & Insurance W0r ' "  Free Estimates Work Guaranteed Cilks ]Etc,  pateros wa Tel 923 2729 Wilton Products Telephone 686-8422 IdaAve..Brldgeport Bar i I i I I ,, ! i We deal in everything! , I i Curl Facto. Apple Valley J Open Mon.-Sat. 'Aye. Bargain Barn J ..__ ..... . Ge,.oor o.oo. ,e,.--,---I, --.---- . o,.n. I = .--..one.,-.,, I Brew,ster Prslonal Sorveyorl Ill Tel. 826-1332 4tp22 ....... John& Bruce /  I - --  Monday - Saturday, 8 to 6 Automotive I 8U| ilICit B |3mlNonHighway97 We wlll also take consignments I i B Upholstery ' I Twi,p()..m I1! The Spot[ GLOBAL We also do I Quad-CIW !. TRAVEL SERVICE Rata-rooting I INSURANCE MARKET .., rent =. sham- ( Sewer &,Drain J ....dlb..... "'''*" __1. jrlrfrj ground*In dirt and [1 Nothoniel M. Symonds .I Cleaning I f >" / a r pe,sgrlme' LeaveSbrlght,your l-"  Travel Consulfont  Brewster, Tel. 689-2814 I ' .,- "..lxq,m,l  'o.....'.,,, I I Telephone 509/662-71.15 llJ ' 9 to S Man.- Fri. I i-..L,\\; .- I/ S -" Morris Building * 23 South WPhotchee Avenue, . _Sm., o, s. _..,o S.,. :  [L Residence 689-3555  :" Virg' .o...,....,. Rm-IFmmCommclBt [r-' ] Wenotchee, Washington 98801 ' s.oou...Mot=,.,o.,- IIIIIIUltMI  .' No=v..o.d.-..d,. Iiliil! /I |\\; Tire, .i ' Motorhom.Umbrelll , |I i , Ul fl Also representing  Humma Trucking, Inc..i M er.. Federal Crop -- --,.. - JL Insurance  il  Brewster " Corporation loSflz:sZ  Tel. 689-3422. If no answer call 6Gg-3539 '} Radiator YOU NG S LOaD do.thewayprtessinalsa, a ,raction__.. I .... 40 Ft. Flat Bed Semi Cattle Trailer:': INSURANCE othecost ( :. Ser00i " " Ce , Van & Lowboy Local & Long Distanc Telephone 689-2142 Coast to Coast 738 SO. Bridge St. Browste o.. o=.,o. or 0.....=. Tel, 689-24t I 0 W. Main Brswstor Bridgep0rt.Tel.686.5321 HI II I