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Goldens cehzbrate silve anniversary It was a joyous Thanksgiving Day ............... := for high school sweethearts Judy : S tapleton and Tom Golden when they exchanged wedding vows in the Clifton, Colorado, Christian Church November 24, 1966. There was a lot of thanks-giving .... again this weekend when their family honored them with a candlelight and fresh flowers dinner shared in their Bridgeport home with a few close friends Saturday night. ........ Judy and Tom Golden Thayne, recovering from a work ac- were Jesse, Beckie Bennett and guest cident, sent a gift and congratulations Doug Lasser of Hope, B.C., Bob and i  :,: from Newton, MA. Fannie Tonseth, Dr. Luwayne and Among surprises from the children Ester Stout. November24, 1966 were matching watches, a collector's Judy's parents, Robert and Rose EldestdaughterHeidiDay,Moses coin set minted in 1966,andabedand Stapleton,visitedearlierfromClifton Lake, was assisted by husband Wade. breakfast outing. Friend Jesse Laing and were here for the actual anniver- in preparing the special dinner and captured a favorite reflection for the sary date. Tom's parents are Tom, Sr. she made a decorated wedding cake Goldens in the painting hedid from a and Margaret Golden of Grand totoptheoccasion.AIsohelpingwere snapshotofTomandJudyafterTom Junction, CO. Christy Golden, home from Upper launchedhishome-builtboatonLake Tom is employed by orchardist Columbia Academy for the holiday, Woods. Bruce Zahn and Judy is home- and littlesisterMandy.Theirbrother With the family for the dinner schooling Mandy. C)uad City HL=rald DecrnbL= 5. 1991 Pane 3 i I - I Family & Friends Visits brothers Dorothy Kline retumed to Brew- ster Sunday after a two week visit to Lockport, Illinios and Seattle. Kline journeyed to Lockport to visit brothers Bob, Edward and Ri- chard Johnson and other relatives. Afterreturning to Seattle Wednesday, November 27, she visited her son Bob Kirk and Marianne Henderson. To Olympia for holidays Charlie and Truel Ballard, Jim and Shirley McChristian and Jim Dav- enport traveled to Offing and Olym- pia to spend the Thanksgiving holi- days with Charlie's parents and brothers and sisters. While the women went shopping, the men took in the state football playoffs at the Tacoma Dome. Family dinner hosted Spending part of the Thanksgiv- ing holiday weekend with Jerry and Debbie Evans of Brewster Debbie's parents Roy and Lucy Baker of Pateros, her sister Janet Varrelman of Pateros and nieces Christine,Roxanne and Cassandra Baker of Pateros. The girls' parents Rodney and Lisa Baker and Jan's daughter Tara Varrelman traveled to Tacoma to watch the Pateros football team's state semifi- nal game. Guests for dinner To Pullman for weekend Vem and Marlene Robinson and Craig, and Jim and Brenda Riggan, Cody and Felicia traveled to Pullman to spend Thanksgiving weekend with Vern and Marlene's daughter Debbie and her husband Roy Senter. Family gathers for holiday Blaine and Virginia Madden hosted 20 guests for Thanksgiving dinner as all five of their children came to their home for the holidays. To Wenatchee Ralph and MarthaLieserofPateros went to Wenatchee last Thursday to spend Thanksgiving with family members at Rose Manor bed and breakfast, owned by their daughter. Vistors for Thanksgiving Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Floyd and Violet Whybark were son Warner and wife Nevada, who traveled from Pullman. While in Brewster they also visited Nevada's parents, Gary and Delores Jenkins. Host family dinner Many family members were guests for Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Vern and Toni Westerdahl of Brewster. Brian, Kathy and Amber Westerdahl, Vern's brother and family, were guests, as was Toni's father, Tony and Loretta Zaversnik. Also at the Westerdahls were Loretta's daughter and husband, Chris and Jenni Childers of Woodinville. Also attending were Lisa Shenyer and children Christy and Jenna. Dinner with son Glenn and Gloria Bowman left Brewster Thursday morning for Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to spend Thanksgiving with their son Dan at his new home. Also there for the holiday were Dan's girlfriend, Pamela Thompson, her two daughters, Jen- nifer and Shaft, and Pam's parents and grandmother. The Bowmans re- turned to Brewster Saturday after a weekend of visiting and shopping. On their way home they visited Gloria's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ianneatta, in Grand Coulee. 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L ,, ,, ,,, Brewster 68%2378 ' Renae Hunter Hospital Employee of the Month _ i Renae Hunter Renae Hunter, Medical Staff Co- ordinator/Medical Records Supervi- sor, was chosen Okanogan Douglas Hospital Employee of the Month for November. She is avery busy lady. She works with the physicians to see that medical staff meetings are scheduled, screens charts for quality assurance and co- ordinates the overall program, does credentialling for physicians and al- lied health professionals, and some- how f'mds time to make the monthly calendars that go in employee pay- checks. Renae, who joined the Okanogan Douglas Hospital health care family five years ago after moving here from Goldendale, likes crocheting, needlework and collects horses and ducks. You can see her at almost every sports game played by Pateros High School. "I'm a great high school sports fan," she said. Renae's husband is a math teacher at Pateros High School. They have two sons, ages 14 and 18, and live in Pateros. Visit Idaho George and Pat Huff of Bridge- port went to Rupert, Idaho over the Thanksgiving holiday to visit former residents Jim and Liz Taylor and family. Family for Thanksgiving Ted and Genelle Huckabee of Brewster welcomed Terry and Kim Huckabee and children and Teressa Huckabee, all of East Wenatchee, for the Thanksgiving holidays. Kim came early in the week to help Genelle with preparations. Earlier in the week, the Huckabees hosted Bud and Lucy Shull for dinner and cake to celebrate Bud's birthday. Children for holiday Guests at the home of Dave and Joyce Smith for Thanksgiving were son Don, home from Eastern Wash- ington University, daughter Cindy from Wenatchee and son Dave. Jr. from Brewster. Family assistance Guests at the home of Rod and Juno Webster of Brewster for the Thanksgiving holidays were daugh- ter Ellen Webster and grandson Jason Bolstad from Federal Way. While in town, they assisted brother/uncle Mike Webster, wife Charmain and family move into their new Brewster home. communiTY CALE n DAR This space courtesy of December 5 - Brewster: Kiwanis, Volunteer Fire Department, Lions Club Bridgeport: West End Club, Chamber of Commerce Pateros: City Council, School Board December 9 - Brewster: Park & Recreation Board, A! Anon, Christian Women's Luncheon Bridgeport: Masonic Lodge No. 193, Sports Boosters, Qund City Eagles & Auxiliary Pateros: Volunteer Firemen, Grange, Lake Put eros Garden Club December 10 - Brewster: School Board, Triangle Club, Chamber of Commerce, Circle of Hope, Narcotics Anonymous Bridgeport: Bar Grange No. 929, Bar Belles Pateros: Amateur Radio Novice Class Mansfield: City Council December 11 - Brewster: Civic League, Chief Joe Gem & Mineral Club, T.O.P.S., City Council Bridgeport: City Council Pateros: Pateros Boosters Th.e g!f,t they'll open it,s the gift they've always wanted and it's never again and agm00t been easier to give! We're offering sale. prices that will give the man in the red suit a run for his money. The exceptional quality of a La.Z-Boy* recliner...styled from contemporary to classic and built, to feel as good as the look! 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