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Ouad City. HerAld April 30. lgg8 Paoe 7 Quad City Herald OBITUARIES JOE V. COATNEY Joe V. Coatney was born April 24, 1918, near Berryville, Arkansas. He died April 22, 1998, in Missouri. In his early years he worked for CCC Camps, Civilian Conservation Corps, helping to build trails at Mr. Rainier National Park and parks in Oregon. He worked for the Neff Ranch of Methow/Pateros from 1945 until 1993 when the property was sold. At that time he moved back to Missouri to be closer to relatives. , He is survived by three sisters, Opal Alley of Republic, Missouri, Eva Taylor of Anderson, Missouri, and Nola Killian of Springdale, Arkansas; ne brother Roy Coatney of S.W. City, Missouri; and several nieces and nephews. Burial was in Snow Cemetery near Berryville, Arkansas. ROY DALE WELDON Roy Dale Weldon of Brewster was born in Krebs, Oklahoma, on Janu- ary 26, 1926. He passed away April 23, 1998, at Sacred Heart Hospital in Spokane of a heart attack. Roy, the son of George and Argie Weldon, grew up in Riverside, Cali- fornia. At the age of seventeen he entered the Army and served in both Japan and Europe during World War II. After his discharge he moved to Brewster in 1947. In 1949 he mar- ried Annabel Mitchell at Tonasket and moved to Brewster where they made their home and raised their four daughters. Roy worked on the construction > .... of Chief Joseph Dam and in 1957 he began working for Waterville Union Grain Company. He retired from the Brewster Central Washington Grain Growers as manager in 199 I. Roy was a master storyteller who made people laugh with his quick wit. He loved to hunt, fish and garden. Survivors include his wife Annabel, Brewster; four daughters, Marie Caste and husband Bill, Spokane, Margie Freels, Brewster, Melinda Good and husband Allan, Edmonds, and Marsha Hanson and husband Eric, Manson; grandchildren, Jacob Hanson, Bombali, The Gambia West Africa, Samuel and Niclas Hanson, Bellingham, Jesse Freels, Pullman, Doug Freels, Brewster, Alexis and Amanda Good, Edmonds, and Madison Caste, Spokane; many nieces ar, 1 nephews with a special place in his heart for nephews Michael Dowell, Wenatchee, Dennis Nelson, Kirkland, and niece Brenda Purcell, Oregon. He was preceded in death by his parents, his twin sister Hilda Nelson Lautenslager, his sister Louise Dowell, brother Woodrow Weldon and one nephew. Services were conducted Monday, April 27, 1998, at 11 a.m. from the Barnes Chapel, Brewster, with David King officiating. Interment followed at the Brewster Cemetery. Memorials my be made to the Jim Wick Scholarship fund at Brewster High School or the American Cancer Society. Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. AARON J. HABERMEHL Aaron J. Habermehl, 20, of Brewster died April 23, 1998, in the Central Washington Hospital at Wenatchee. Aaron was born January 5, 1978, the son of James and Cathy Habermehl at Nampa, Idaho. They moved to Pierre, South Dakota, and in 1982 the family moved to Brewster. He graduated from BrewsterHigh School in 1996. Aaron played varsity basketball and baseball. He was an outstanding student and was involved in student government. Upon graduation, he started as a business major at WSU. Aaron fought a difficult battle with cancerand was overtaken by Hodgkins disease after eighteen long commit- ted months. He was determined, intelligent and a loving human being who will be missed by those whose lives he touched. Aaron was a member of the Brewster Water Ski Club. He is survived by his parents, James and Cathy at the home in Brewster: a sister Tara at the home in Brewster; grandmother Jean Habermehl of Columbia, lllinois; two aunts and their families; a special friend Kellie Rieb of Brewster.: Services were conducted Saturday, April 25, 1998, at 2 p.m. from the Seventh-dayAdventist Church, Brewster, with Jim Frey officiating. Inter- Fatal wreck victim identified A man killed in a fiery head-on collision near Pateros April 20 has been identified as Isaac Medel-Medel, 24, of Pateros. Medel-Medel was driving north on SR 97 at about 11:30 p.m., according to information released by the Washington State Patrol. About four miles south of Brewster, his 1983 Mazda pickup drifted off the road and hit the guardrail, spinning around and coming to rest in the northbound lane, facing in the southbound direction. A 1993 Freightliner semi-trailer also was traveling north; it hit the car head- on. Both vehicles caught fire and were fully engulfed. Medei-Medel was dead at the scene. The truck driver, Johnny Hensley, 59, ZiUah, suffered minor injuries. Dr. Jim Larsen con't from page 2 community-based clinic; practicing medicinethere"tends to be more challenging." His first exposure to them was as a medical resident in Pueblo, Colorado. A Pocatello, Idaho native, he returned to his home state to take a job at a community clinic in Nampa. Nampa is in the middle of a farming region. It is also close to the state capitol of Boise, one of the fastest growing cities in the West. The doctors at the Nampa clinic saw people from Nampa and Caldwell and Parma, but they also worked at a clinic for the homeless in Boise. Larsen was its supervising physician; he also worked at a Nampa- based clinic for victims of sexual abuse. It was a stressful job. After four years Larsen and his wife Grace left the clinic and started taking short term jobs across the Pacific Northwest. For 18 months they worked in Alaska, Idaho and other places, doing what Larsen called "some exploring" of different communities and practices settings. One of those jobs was a two-month stay in Brewster. The Larsens liked what they found. One of the things Larsen said he learned during that "almost sabbatical-type" 18 months to balance work and life. "Brewster has that balance." The patients who have consulted him in Brewster have a different attitude than his patients in Nampa, he said; they work harder and take more responsibility for themselves and their lives. Larsen can be consulted Monday through Friday at the Family Health Centers Clinic at 525 West Jay in Brewster. The clinic's hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and Friday and 9 a.m.to 7 p.m. Thursday. Disposing our junk con't from page 1 office paper also are accepted there, Christopher said. The landfill is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday through Saturday through September 30. The Bridgeport Bar transfer station is open year-round from noonto4p.m.Tuesday and Thursday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Mansfield and northern Douglas County residents can use the new (built last year) recycling center in Mansfield. It accepts newspaper, cardboard and phone books, tin and aluminum cans, clear glass and milk jugs. Other kinds of plastic, colored glass, magazines and catalogs and tires are not accepted. It is open the second and fourth Saturdays of every month from 9 a.m. to noon. Magazines and catalogs and brown and green glass are accepted at the Chelan County-operated recycling center in Chelan, in addition to the items accepted at the other recycling centers. The Chelan facility's operators also accept craft paper, cereal boxes (with the inside liner removed), office and non-soiled scrap and waste paper, aluminum foil and pie pans, milk and 2fista Caswell,t yn00Lg f00)r Miss Teen c]00xe st Crista Caswell wants to attend the Miss teen Washington pageant later this year. Crista Casweil, an eighth grader at BrewsterJuniorHigh, is attempting to raise enough money to attend the Miss Teen Washington contest during the summer. If she is successful, Caswell would attend the three day pageant, which is open to all girls 13 to 18 years of age. The winner may advance to the Miss Teen America contest. The pageant will be held July 23 through 25 in Everett. The girls take a current events test and attend a formal dinner, among other events. Crista said she received an entry form because she made the honor roll; the participants must be good students. She said she wanted to go because she thought it would be a gain more self-confidence and learn how to express herself better, as well as learn to get along better with strangers. The girls are required to raise their own entry fees; people who want to donate can contact Crista at 689- 2074. 3I00mboree commiue searcing for musicians Organizers of the Pateros Apple Pie Jamboree are soliciting musicians to play during the annual town celebration, July 17 through 19. They will sponsor a competition to select a band to be featured at the street dance Saturday night. "Apple Pie Jamboree is well known for its great music and the organizers wish to continue in this fine tradition," said Taza Keene, committee secretary. "All music groups and bands are encouraged to join the celebration." Musicians or bands who want to perform during the weekend can obtain an application from Joe Bighouse in Pateros. juice cartons and tin cans. Someplastics, including No. 1 screw-top bottles,plastic milk jugs and No. 2 clear bottles, are accepted. Polystyrene items (No.6), including clamshell containers, egg cartons and meat trays, also are accepted. The plastic recycling number is located somewhere on the container, usually on the bottom. All other plastics are not accepted. It is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. The Okanogan and Chelan county recycling centers accept used but uncon 'laminated motor oil. Used but clean motor oil also can be taken to Tt,row away items getting new life the retail store during business hours, which are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. St. Vincent de Paul manager Carol Williams said it would be simpler to list the items the store does not accept. Those include beds with metal bedsprings, tires, non-working appliances and refrigerators. The operators are not willing to trade items, Williams said. People who want to donate to St. Vincent de Paul can do so during business hours, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Army takes beds without metal bedsprings; the mattresses must be free of stains, Rainbolt said. Large appliances are accepted, but they will be inspected to determine their condition, he said. Because Salvation Army posts in other parts of the state can turn unwearable clothes into rags, clothes in almost any condition are accepted. Rainbolt said. However, theitems must he free of mildew. People who want to make donations can bring the items to the front door of con't from page 1 work is expensivemthe cost of disposing of one refrigerator is $85, said Rocky Rainbolt of the Salvation Army. Salvation Army workers spent $27,000 to dispose of non-working appliances, Rainbolt said. The Salvation Army accepts clothes, shoes and furniture in good condition for the retail store, Rainbolt said. The operators accept housewares and working small appliances, "anything a person can use to set up a household on their own," he said. The Salvation meat followed in the Brewster Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the scholarship fund in Aaron's memory. / Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. IE ma r , /- Thutdag, April 20 I:tidag, Idag 1 Raturdag, May 2 1 12:000 ....,,a_O FreeS00are Matinee 1 A ][t]i)lt i'ff3_ji'',:'" $10 6-ons / $150 Pay-Out 1 t* "" Q.13/3 ir.r..itlil e REGULAR SESSION SCHOOL BOARD VACANCY Ill "- , o ,-..,-,. I00  Mu ::  O I..,-,. ('I./"f'I tttAR SESSION $7i)0 Pay-outs Must Go. , D,RECTORD,STR,CT#2 III l''' =,u,.=.w I pAYOUT300 Jackpot #2 $2500 Th i)ist is seeking III 1 9qndag, Mag 2 Monday, Mag 4 Tudau, Idag cantsmustlll 1 Regular Session D^D/AII, I r/tv REGULAR SESSION Stales citizen and III 1 lembers .,=,,,., o..-.. ,i. . a qualified voter of the district. Ill 1 . . .- ) lUegaly Theschool board intends to conduct inmiews Thursday, May 21, Ill 1 Triple May 2 6 ON S $15 v,,,,.,,, 1998._ ................... III / Club tariff DAV I'Irrlp(2 uunasurn tmnsl Ab ined at the district III 1 $5 off Admission ,Juu t-t -u t.) o STARTS AT $500 ros School District, III Plicationsis 4.'00 III 1 p.m. onMay 14, 1998. Ill / Saturday, May 2 t'iayr=.au' - cludingthemareaeast III 1 $39 / 12-On Pack ! Chest of Black Cantely the Town of Methow east of the 111 Methow RI ereek andre Buckhorn Ill l 1 Free 3-On/$1 extra Jack ot #2 Must Go. $2,500 Mountain area to approximately the Indian Dan Canyon Road. Ill 1 Kpot nz w, ust uo: ,z,: t Progressive game starts  Director District 2: III 1 qaturclav ]k/lv O  at 52#'s- $500; B 'ection 30, T31N, R23E Ill / ..... J) .... d s t If not won- Prooressivedi proeeedigtheSchlDistrictBoundary Columbia River to Iltlll 1 Special game for 1 week l to 53#'s- $50 - Pa" 'tall oBurlington III "  Game played on Tuesday onli-- BB houseboat tap on Lake Roosevelt.  wonzzc,,,,a, ovo,. Nme R '1 Rght of , t following Burlington Ill ........................................ Northern Rml Road right fo ayw toSouth Dawson, Northwest on South III 1 .,./t  BINGO HOUFB; Mort,, Tu=., Fd. and Sat. Evenings:.Warmups at 6:30 p.m. Sat. and Sun. Matinees: Warmups at 2 p.m. Dighway 97 to Pateros 1[1 -,- ECrsCityLimitst Ill l "'WmenAvenuetoCriss Ill II  Ok :>0{ Ime Street, Southeast on 111 anoKan I00in aeino I 1-800"559-4643 " 41 Apple Way lid." Okanogan, WA. La ghway 97, South on US III mnd No fo,owing the III Mimately l 3/4 III 1  A Colville Tribal Property QCH miles to the point of heginning. 11 m the Douglas County S hop in Mansfield from 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays. None of the local facilities accepts paint or solvent, used anti-freeze or brake fluid, insecticides or pool and hobby supplies. Those are considered household hazardous waste and must be disposed of at designated facilities. More information on designated locations in north central Washington can be obtained by calling an information line operated by the Department of Ecology, 1-800- RECYCLE. '! People are asked to come to the front door. In addition, there is a separate St. Vincent de Paul store in Chelan. It accepts clothing and small furniture items in good condition. Rainbolt and Craig said Goodwill Industries and the Salvation Army will pick up donations outside the Wenatchee area, under certain circumstances. People who want more information can contact either the SalvationArmy orGoodwili Industries in.Wenatchee. im "" ==,=CLIPAND SAVE ,,= =B ""l : II100 II It: iF. l,(ll. !. ! [U U Ulm00l00 : Gambling X I on your 1 Birthday 1 ! 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