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Page 10 January. 8. 1998 Ouad City Herald Brewster J'v second in Lakewood tourney The Brewsterjunior varsity boys basketball team started off the week taking second in the Lakewood Basketball Tournament December 29:30. The Brewster JV beat Orting 101- 35 on December 29. Rayce Joseph was the leading scorer with 31 points, Danny Ravenstein added 16 points and was 6-7 shoot- ing from the free-throw line. Brewster lost on a last-second shot 36-35 to Lakewood in the champi- onship on December 30. The JV beat Chelan 77-51 last Friday night. Joseph had 19 points, Dylan Gamble had a 16 points and 15 rebounds and Ravenqtein had 11 points. Brewster beat Bridgeport- Mansfield 104-38 last Saturday night. Ravenstein had 18 points and 11 rebounds, Clint Paslay netted 16 points and 10 rebounds, Jo- seph had 15 points and Brent Cook had 13 points, Pateros JV on short end with Manson The Pateros junior varsity boys basketball team lost to Mans0n 61-40 last Friday night. Nathan Carlson had one trey and finished with 14 points, Uriah Palmanteer hit three treys and ended with 11 points, Kevin Stennes Junior high school sports action Brewster eighth boys The Brewster eighth grade boys basketball team lost to Lake Roosevelt 39-37 on December 16. Todd Phillips had 17 points, Rodolfo Arevalo had eight points, Ernie Santos had six points, Griffin Freels had four points and Joey Hardin had two points. The eighth grade lost to Liberty Bell 35-29 on December 17. Phillips hid 15 points, Freeis had six points, Arevalo had three points, Hardin had two points and Paul Divis had nine points. The Brewster eighth grade awards went to Todd Phillips and Griffin Freels as Co-Captains, Joey Hardin was the Most Improved Player, Rodolfo Arevalo received the Most Inspirational Player and the Hustle Award, Phillips and Ernie Santos won the Free Throw Awards. Phillips was the leading scorer with a 13.6 average, Santos aver- aged 9.8 points per game, Nate Rubio averaged 6.8, Freels 6.7 and Arevalo 4.6. had six points, Jacob Bucholz had four points, Jerry Lopez and Richard Carmack had two points each and Armando Mendoza had one point. The JV beat Waterville 46-44 last Saturday night. Palmanteer had one trey and 21 points, Bucholz had one trey and 14 points, Kevin Stennes had one trey and seven points and Carlson had five points. Brewste[eDa[004League Loup Loup Ski Bowl Team Wins-Losses Skunks Diddlers 81-39 Mt. Valley Mbl Home Park 63.6 WOI 75-45 Custom 72-48 Candie's Dandies 70-50 Bull Shooters 60-60 Bear Cove Video 68-72 Duok-R.B-Hit 68-72 RB Repair 65-75 Eagles I 48-72 Lucky Doubles 48-72 40 Eagles II 55-85 39.3 Legion Patriots 34-86 28.3 Top 10 Shooters Men Wins-Losses % Vern Westerdahl 22-2 91.7 Karl Bach 17-3 85 Gene Barrutia 17-3 85 Rick Blackburn 18-6 75 Brad Sloan 20-8 71.4 Fred Wiltse 20-8 71,4 Bill Harp 20-8 71.4 Tracy Shrable 17-7 70.8 Jason Westerdahl 17-7 70.8 Richard Carmack 19-9 67,9 Women Wins-Losses % Candra Blackburn 16- 8 66.7 Dannie Rue Carmack 18-10 64.3 Rhonda Harp 18-10 64.3 Nicole Shenyer 14-10 58.3 Judi Hogan 14-10 58.3 Kim Eckenbarger 15-13 53.6 Laura Rogers 12-12 50 Toni Westerdahl 12-12 5,3 Andrea Halterman 11-13 45.8 Bobby Johnson 11-13 45.8 Kdsty Wells 11-13 45.8 Quad City Herald OBITU,aRIES ELLEN G. GIBB Ellen G. Gibb, 97, of Brewster, formerly Billings, Montana, died Satur- day, December 27, 1997 at Harmony House Health Care Center, Brewster, Washington. The daughter of Daniel and Mary A. Gibb, Ellen was born October 23, 1900 in Belt, Mr. She graduated from high school in Canon City, CO. Ellen returned to Billings and in 1924 started working for Mountain Bell, retiring in 1965 as a chief operator. Ellen was a member of St. Patrick's Co-Cathedral. She was a life member of the Pink Ladies Auxiliary at St. Vincent Hospital, life member and past president of Rimrock Telephone Pioneers, and a member of Catholic Daughters of America: She made many visits to hospitals and ,nursing homes. Ellen had helped educate six priests of the Trinity Fathers Order for missionary work. She moved to Brewster in 1991 to be close to her nephew Dave Gibb and family. Survivors include her sister-in-law, Martha Gibb of Billings and several nieces and nephews. She had been preceded in death by her parents, three brothers, William, John and George, and three sisters, Mary, Sister Ellen Marie, and Susan. Funeral Mass was held Friday at St. Patrick's Co-Cathedral in Montana with interment in Holy Cross Cemetery January 2, 1998. Memorials may be made to the St. Vincent Hospital Chapel in Billings, Montana. Democrats to % .meet Saturday opens for skiing in Omak 62.5 The Loup Loup Ski Bowl opened 60 for the season on Wednesday, Janu- 58.3 ary 7. 50 There is a good snow base and the 48.6 entire ski hill will be open. 48.6 The eight-week lesson packages 46.4 40 began Wednesday. There is room available in classes for tots (4-5 year olds), women's retxeat,juniors, adults and also a development team for 5- 7 year olds. There are also lessons available in alpine, snowboarding and nordic on the 27-kilometer trails. Okanogan County Democratic Cen- tral Committee will meet Saturday, January 10 at Magoos Restaurant in Omak at noon for lunch. The business meeting will convene at 12:30 with a discussion on legislative issues. Quad city Herald LEGAL NOT..I,] ES YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW LEGAL The Bridgeport School District Board of Directors will be moving theirregular meeting o f Jan uary toTh ursday, Jan uary 22, 1998, beginning at 6 P.M. in the Elementm'y School BoardRoom, 1400 Tacoma. The 6 P.M. to 7 P.M. portion of the meeting will be to interview potential candidates for the vacant position # 1 on the Board. This meeting is open to the public. The regular order of business will begin at 7 P.M. This facility is accessible to those with a disability. Robert E. Allen Secretary to the Board Pub. Jan. 8, 15, 1998 A CALL FOR OFFERS The Bridgeport School District has extended the "Call for Offers" period on the following described property until 4 P.M. on March 17, 1998: The 4.72 acre school property located at the comer of Foster Avenue and Conklin Street in Bridgeport. This property is identified as Douglas County Assessor Parcels #004-000-000- 03;004,000-000-12;016-001-001- 00; 016-001-014-00. Aminimumofferof$81,000is required. The District reserves the right to accept or reject any and all offers. These offers will be accepted in the District Office at 1300 Douglas Street in Bridgeport, or by mailing to the Superintendenrs Office, P.O. Box 1060, Bridgeport, WA. 98813 by 4 P.M. on Tuesday, March 17, 1998. Any questions may be addressed to Robert E. Allen, Supt. at the District Office. (509) 686-9501. : Robert E. Allen Secretary to the Board Pub. Jan. 8, Feb. 12, Mar. 12, 1998 Quad City Heraldlas bee n approved as a legal newsl3aPe. by an order duly made and entered in the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Okanogan County, on the 7th; day of August, 1941 ; and in the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Douglas County, on the 3rd day of June 1952. SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 97-489 of the City of Bridgeport, Washington On the 29th day of Dec., 1997, the City Council of the City of Bridgeport, Washington, passed Ordinance No. 97-489. A summary of the content of said ordinance, consisting of the title, provides as follows: AN ORDINANCE OFTHE CITY OF BRIDGEPORT, WASH- INGTON, AMENDING POR- TIONS OF CHAPTER 13.16 OF THE BRIDGEPORT MUNICIPAL CODERELATING TO THE COST OF BURIAL SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE CITY OF BRIDGEPORT AND ESTAB- LISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. The full text of this Ordinance will be mailed upon request. DATED this 29th day of Dec., 1997. CITY CLERk PAT GORDON Pub. Jan. 8, 1998 PUBLIC HEARING The Bridgeport City Council will hold a Public Hearing on Weds., Jan. 14, 1998 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall located at 1206 Columbia Ave. The purpose of the hearing is to take public comment on the proposed amendments to the Sub- division Ordinance. Copies of the ordinance may be obtained at City Hall. The public is encouraged to attend. Pat Gordon City Clerk-Treas. Pub. Jan. 8, 1998 NOTICE OF INITATION OF ZONING CODE TEXT AMENDMENT AND PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING TEXT AMENDMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that upon the resolution of the Pateros City Planning Commission, the City has initiated a text amendment to the Pateros Zoning Code in the following manner. Provide for the use of property of two single family dwellings to be permitted throughout the City the same as the use of duplex. Provide for the use of property known as multifamily use to be permitted throughout the City the same as the use of multifamily dwelling. Provide clarity within the definition of the use muitifamily use. A complete text of the proposed changes are available to the public upon request. An open record public hearing on this matter will be held at the 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, the 20th day of January, 1998,before the City of PaterosCouncil at Pateros City Hall, 113 Lakeshore Drive,Pateros,Washington.Any person wishing to present relevant testi- mony may be present and will be heard. Written comments may be filed at City hall no later than 5:00 p.m. the day of the hearing. Persons desiring more information should contact Christian Johnson, Permit Administrator, PO Box 8, Pateros, Washington 98846, 509-923-2571. This notice is given pursuant to Section 12.1 of Ordinance No. 97-550. Pub. Jan. 8, 1998 INSURANCE AUTOM()TIVE SUPPLIES REAL ESTATE Steaks ,nd STKAE Seafod00ds HC3U Res[a:r:;t- 1111 .. 1 lOa,10m p.m. Tues. thru Sat. BridEeport- TeL 686-9900 II I I II I I [Super St0p00 i i IRestaurant A-1 Heating Now Available.* '0 GU SMALL ENGINE REPAIR Dine with view of Columbia River Full menu - Orders to go Evening Specials Breakfast served all day Tel. 923-2200 Pateros Restaurant Hoers aan. - 8 p.m. Sun. - Thurs. 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. Fri.- Sat. & Sheet Metal Furnace Installation Furnace Repair All Makes & Heating Equipment 3A]3 EEKIY St]OP = Neal Swezey Brewster - 689-2767 SHULL'S TOWING & PARTS 24 HR. Towing Service 689-2292 or 1-800-822-5761 Brewster Under New Ownership Men. - Frl,, 8 - 6: Sat,, 8 - 3 STORAGE I ii II i i i i,i Tri River Rental Storage Highway 97- BreWer Across from Boesel Mot Tel, 509-689-2430 or 689-3327 or I1, 9-3032 i I i I I i i ii Construction Work t types Vinyl Siding, Roofing Bathroom & Kitchen Remodel WILSON CONST. INC. 9.2734 D,y 923.2839 EVE. J Ayers Northwest, Inc. Professmnal Land Surveyors Land Plannen. Site Plans Land Surveyors Road & Construction Surveys Engineering Services Available 125 Methow Valley Hwy., Twisp. WA 98856 997-3833 or 1-800-732-7442, FAX 997-3023 III J ERLANDSEN & ASSOCIATES, INC. Professional Land Sun eyors Services Include Subdivision * Legal & Boundary Surveys (% Construction Surveys . Engineering Support . GPS Surveys / ($09) 689-2529 I(509) 689-2520 Fax 718 W. Main. Brewster, WA. 98812 I I II QUICK CASH! Whole or partial owner financed mortgages and annuities purchased. No.rthwest Fund=ng Group For free quote call 1-800-692-0964 Lakeshore Autmotive Service Complete Automotive & Body Repair OPEN: 8:00 - 5:00 M-F 140 E. Lake Shore Dr., Pateros 923-2729 Across[tom Lake Pateros Motor Inn I Highway 97 Brewster Okanogan-Bridgeport Phone 689-2538 Apple Avenue Autopar.ts & A (509) 689 3054 FAX (509) 689-5003 809 Hwy. 97, P.O. Box 1548, Brewster, Washington 98812 ILJLLI@ BILL WALKER OLDSMOBILE STEVE HESS BUICK Sales Consultants GEO 509-826-1000.1-800-622-9434 Large selection of quality used cat's & o'ucks PRICE MOTORS 726 OKOMA DRIVE I Q,D {;Ix'; //ePLD I I 1-800-9-01-2,507  68%2,507 I FOCUS THE SPOT UPHOLSTERY SEWER & DRAIN CLEANING 689-2814 I Service Work * on Furnaces & Pumps Wiring Supplies *. Range Elements & Parts * 689-2321 117 W. Main, Brewster KIRBY BROWN Dick Dory & Assoc., Inc. 689-0152,416 N. BRIDGE If your insurance is not with Kirby at Dick Doty & Assoc. you may be paying too much/ AUTO.HOME.LIFE.FARM Office supplies Quad City Herald 525 W, Main, Brewster 689-2507 1-800-201-2507 Carors Style Stop Mort's8 Wom's l.lair Cam Ear Piercing Wolff Taming Symm Manicuring & Acric Nails Open Tues. Thru Sat. -  --''4.._,. Smlor Citizen Discounts Tues. & Wed. 1125 Columbia St 8864711 ty// aion ana l mOre fOr men, om. & c.bdd, o/a# I Total Hair, Nail & Tanning Services. Ear Piercing, Waxing, Manicures & Acrylic Nails. 689-2821 526 West Main Street., Brewster