Newspaper Archive of
Quad City Herald
Brewster, Washington
Lyft
June 27, 1996     Quad City Herald
PAGE 11     (11 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 11     (11 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 27, 1996
 

Newspaper Archive of Quad City Herald produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Billygoat and Methow River view building lot in Pateros. $35,000.923- 2694. tfc4 For Sale: 2-6 acre irrigated parcels along Okanogan River. Great view, power, 11 miles N. of Brewster. Call 689-3897, leave message. 4tc 13 20-40 ACRE parcels near Methow, Okanogan, Columbia Rivers. Bordering state land. Power, tele- phone, excellent roads. Probably most spectacular views in E. Washington. Starting at $950. Will carry. (360)676- 4840. SMALL CABIN on 20 acres; covered with towering pines; fish filled stream runs thru property. Borders Nat'! Forest. Excellent access. $46,900 w/owner terms. R.E.C.A., (206)454- 1715. BRIDGEPORT Enjoy a spectacular Columbia River view from the enclosed porch or living room in this cozy expanded 2 bedroom, 1 bath mobile home. Numerous solid additions, carports, etc. Now only $44,900. BREWSTER New 1995 top quality singlewide directly adjacent to the PUD's waterfront. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. Fenced yard with back deck with Columbia River view. $64,900. PATEROS 2 bedroom, I bath stylish home with Columbia River view and covered porch. Partial basement & garage. $99,700. PATEROS Boat and swim offthe shore (PUD lands) next to your back yard. Enjoy the beauty of the Methow River. 2 bedroom, 1-3/4 bath home in excellent condition plus bonus room above the 2 car garage. Price just reduced to $199,000. Chelan Realty North 238 Lakeshore Dr., P.O. Box 398 N Pateros, WA. 98846 509/923-2586 i " .... 1400-209-4138 - . "*' Equal n :IEALTOR op. AI Milton, Branch Mgr .... 689-3205 Carol Mooney .................. 923-2963 Kelly Darlington .............. 689-2455 OREGON mountainwoods! 2.3 acres Klamath Falls, old 2nd growth pines, meadows, maintained road. $8,000 cash. $90 down, $88 monthly. OWC, (909)483-2729. 20 TREED acresrcmotebutaccessible, super views, good hunting and recreation only $24,950 owner contract, Sundown Land Brokers, Inc. 1(800)442-0784. 20+ ACRES overlooking Lake Roosevelt. Forested and open. A few with creek frontage. Power, private roads. From $36,900. Idaho acreages with water. Owner financing. 1(800)942-5363. 20 TO 2000 ACRES! Trees, creeks, springs, old homesteads. $600 to $2,000/acre. Okanogan County. Golden Phoenix Land Co., (509)476- 4000 or toll free, eves. 1(888)746- 5273. ! ..f Lost female Collie, brown and white. Answers to Montana. Lost on Old Hwy. 97, Brewster Flats. Reward. 689-6000 or 687-3118 eves. 2tc27 Family Yard Sale: Friday & Saturday, June 28 & 29, 8 a.m. - ? On Keran Road, 2 miles south of Brewster. Rain or shine., ltp27 For Sale: Commercial building and apartment in Bridgeport, 3,000 sq. ft., 1-1/2 baths, 3 bedrooms, shop. 1503 Columbia Avenue. $55,000. 206-952-5099. 4tc20 New home on your land. No money down. Call Darlene for details 1- 800-754-0171, Oak Wood Homes. 2tc27 WASHINGTON'S best kept secret, panoramic views of Bank's Lake and the Grand Coulee, 2 to 4 acre lots, paved county roads, underground utilities, $17,900 and up, (509)633- 0273. TRADE NE Montana lifestyle, home & job for your present home. Great hunting, fishing & snowmobiling. Big Sky, wide open spaces. Call 1(800)728-1674, (agent) for information. BARGAINS on government foreclosed homes. Save up to 50% or more. Minimum or no down payment. Delinquent tax properties, repos sold this month. Call now for lists. 1(800)338-0020, ext. 3099. I00 PLACES to hide a cabin. Great selection of Okanogan highland hideouts. Creeks, springs, trees, meadows, power, etc. Know what you want? Call 1(800)315-1692. SALMON RIVER cabin 20ac/creek - $99,900 beautiful, new hand-scri bed custom log cabin w/panoramic views from wrap-around deck. On gentle rolling terrain w/excellent access to Snake & Salmon Rivers. Survey, new gravel rd. financing. Call owner now (208)839-2501.8:30-8:30. IDAHO land bargain 20+ acres from $24,900.Spectacularmountain acreage in4-season recreational area. Secluded, adjoining National Forest, teeming w/wildlife, new private gravel roads w/power, phone & septic approval. Only minutes to the Little Salmon, Main Salmon and Snake Rivers! Excellent financingl Won't last! Call now 1(800)807-5263. Whitewater Wilderness Ranch, a Bluegreen Property. IDAHO ranch land! Snake/Salmon Rivers, 37 ac - $29,900. Spectacular secluded mtn acreage w/sensational long range & panoramic views. Open & wooded terrain w/excellent access. Mins to nat'l forest & Hell's Canyon Rec area. Surveyed, warranty deed, exc: financing. Call t0,day, (208)839- 2501. FOR SALE: Good used refrigera- tors and stoves $100.00 to $150.00. 60 days warranty. Will deliver. Bar- gain Barn. Call 689-3511. tfc25 Office desk and chair, $40. 689- 2767. tfc7 Fix up your yard now! Come out and see our quality turfgrass. You pick up or we deliver. Call to order Twin Firs Turf 1-509-787-2868. 8tc9 FREE PALLETS,back door at the Quad City Herald. tfc 13 New Weed Badgerforsale,assembled. Tills in the tree rows, also brush rake tines. $5,000.00. Vailance Orchards, Brewster, or inquire at Quad City Herald office, tfcl3 For Sale: Carrier Air Conditioners. Stay cool this summer. See at Webster's Furniture, Brewster. 689-2131. 2tc20 MOVING: 19' Lee Craft I/O boat, $1,800.00, exercise bike, electric barbecue, dining room set, China hutch & Baby Grand piano, 1904 Fisk, Bridgeport. 686-3233 ask for Shan.ltc27 3 all steel buildings, repossed, new 40x60x 14 was $15300, now $8,990; 50x 100x 16 was$26,900, now $16,990; 60x 140x 16 was $42,800, now $29,500. 1-800-745-2685. ltp27 Quad City HeraM YESTERYEARS June 26, 1986 "'I feel very corn fortable with Dr. White taking over the Brewster practice.'" said Dr. Dale Peterson as he introduced Dr. Lloyd White to Brewster patients in the Family Dentistry office on Main Street this week. Councilman Bob Howard submitted his resignation to the Brewster City Council, Tuesday, June 24, ending his three year term on the council. Manuel Orozco won the male overall title and Kristy Brown took top honors in the female division of the five kilometers (3.2 miles) Bonanza Days Chuck Wagon Chase held Saturday, June 21. Ultimate SatelliteAntenna undertheownershipofCarlGaunry of Bridgeport will open a retail outlet shop Saturday along Highway 97 in the old Frank's Realty building in Brewster, selling systems and accessories. July 1, 1976 From the Desk Behind the Editor ... by Doris Vallance Seventy-five years old - WOW! And always the next comment is"Why, you don't look it!" Quickly I reply. "Thanks, I always felt I was holding my age well, but this is the paper, not me." We, the Vallance family, have only been a wee, small pmt of this seventy-five years, like about five years come February. How did an apple orchard family become a newspapering family with no previous experience? Back in 1969 we lost 75% of our orchard and with six children, both Ike and I had to go out and find jobs. Ike found employment here at the Herald, some months later the Ed Eslers decided it was time foi" retirement and my husband decided we would buy a newspaper! The skeptics had a heyday, and we learned the why's and wherefores of newspapering in a hurry. Had we have had the time on many occasions to stop and consider just what we were doing or going to do, complete desperation would have left us fiat on our backs. We laughed a lot instead of crying, we all worked long, hard hours and here we are, celebrating seventy-five years! Our staff of employees have been wonderful, working long hours under much stress to meet deadlines. Our advertisers have been wonderful, often excusing a slip of the price or a misquoted item on sale. And you, our readers, have been wonderful, for your contributions, for your patience and for your continued support. For all of you, we are most thankful. We are mighty proud of our newspaper. We are happy to have been a wee, small part of the first seventy-five years. We look forward to many more years of publishing a bigger and better Quad City Herald! One hundredth anniversary, here we comet June 30,1966 Peter Crane and Jerry Divis are touring fruit districts in Northern Italy as the guests of a group of French growers. Howard Gamble flew to New York Tuesday to contact the future electronic technicians for Comsat about work and living accommodations. Ground-breaking ceremonies were held Tuesday afternoon of the Pateros branch of the new Commercial Bank of Washington. June 24, 1936 Remodeling is going forward this week at the Lincoln by James Aster. The foundation room is being enlarged by the addition of more space in the rear of the building. Tables will be placed in the new room, which will be cooled with fans, for the ice cream and lunch trade. Roy Mumma was the low bidder on the coal and wood for the Brewster schools, and was awarded the contract, according to L.E. Price. clerk. Betty Gellispie is visiting in Okanogan at the home of her uncle. Roy Willett. Mrs. Ed Halterman of Monse is raising between five and six hundred turkeys this year on her place north of Monse. She recently took 50 of the older birds to the markets at Grand Coulee. Miss Sybil Jane Morris has returned from a visit with Spokane relatives. 1926 - Brewster The city of Brewster is located near the place where the placid waters of the Okanogan River unite with the mighty stream of the Columbia, a short distance from the site of old Fort Okanogan, the first white settlement of the interior of what is now known as the State of Washington. It was at Fort Okanogan that the New Calqdonia"brigade" met or parted with|he Colville "brigade" on their annualflpilgrimages from and to the lonely trading posts of the northern country d Fort Vancouver, Wash., at the mouth of the Columbia River, during the days of the great fur business. The people of Brewster recently erected a stone monument and flag pole to mark the spot where old Fort Okanogan once stood. This historic spot is well worth a visit. Here at Brewster the Columbia sweeps in one grand curve, covering, at high water, several thousand acres and having the appearance of a great lake. QUAD CITY HERALD LEGAL NOTICES YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF MEETING The Board of Directors of the Pateros School District 122-70J, Okanogan and Chelan Counties, has directed that the regular meeting scheduled for Thursday, July 4, 1996 at 7:00 p.m., is cancelled. Gary Patterson Clerk of the Board Pateros School District 122-70J Pub. June 27, 1996 Quad City Herald has been approved as a legal newspaper 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 Supedor Court of the State of Washington, for Douglas County, on the 3rd day of June, 1952. Raffle winner Nancy Fischer (left) and Esther Beads,, who spearheaded the fundraising raffle, display Fischer's prize. Fischer wins Senior Center quilt Nancy Fischer of Bridgeport was the winner of the handmade, hand- embroidered quilt and pillow shams raffled by the Brewster Senior Center. Elizabeth Parr, Brewster, won a free carpet cleaning donated by Are-Seas Carpet Cleaning of Bridgeport. A pair of embroidered pillows were won by Bonnie ColpittsofBrewster. Channalne Webster, Brewster, won a sofa pillow. The money raised through the raffle will be added to the center's roof fund, the money to be used to replace the building's roof. Food Bank has new hours Brewster Food Bank workers have announced a change in the days and hours of operation. Beginning in July the food bank will be closed the first Thursday of each month. It will continue to be open all other Thursdays. The Bank is located in the basement of St. James Episcopal Church, 515 West Indian Avenue. Beginning July 11 it will be open from 10 a.m. to noon; previously it opened at 1 p.m. The Food Bank needs volunteers to help sort, bag and distribute food. It is also in need of large paper or plastic grocery sacks and is soliciting donations of food, including garden and orchard produce, and money to pay for food. People interested in assisting can contact workers at the Food Bank on Thursday mornings. Roundtable okayed for liquor license TheWashington State Liquor Control Board has approved the issuance of a class H license, to sell spirituous liquor, beer, and wine for on-premises consumption in conjunction with food sales for Round Table Restaurant, Inc., at Round Table Restaurant, 180 Pateros Mall, Pateros. Summer School Breakfast & Lunch Brewster Mon., July 1 - Breakfast: Coffee cake, fruit, milk. Lunch: B urrito, corn, fruit, chocolate milk. Tues., July 2- Breakfast: Cold cereal, fruit, milk. Lunch: Pizza. green beans, apple juice, chocolate milk. Wed., July 3 - Breakfast: Muffin, fruit, milk. Lunch: Corn dog, carrot sticks, fruit, chocolate milk. OPAL I. YEAGER Opal I. Yeager, 93, a 55 year resident of Mansfield, died Thursday morning, June 20, 1996 in the Okanogan-Douglas Hospital in Brewster. She was born Opal I. Holcomb on April 6, 1903 at Dunlap, Iowa to Stanley and Eva Mac Holcomb. In 1908 the family moved to Mansfield, where she grew up and received her early education. In the fall of 1917 she moved to Wenatchee to attend high school, graduating from Wenatchee High School in 1921. Opal then moved to Seattle and in 1945 she returned to Mansfield. On November 2, 1953 she married Ames V. Yeager at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. They operated the family farm in Mansfield along with Ames' brother, Marcel, until their retirement in 1967. They traveled extensively and for many years they spent the winters in Arizona. Opal enjoyed her yard, garden and flowers and her greatest hobby was that of a "rock hound." Mrs. Yeager was a member of the Order of Eastern Star in Waterville; Mansfield Grange, #883; Mansfield Pioneers Club and a charter mum bur of the Chief Joseph Gem & Mineral Club. Survivors include her dear family friends, Ethel Poole and family and numerous cousins. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1970, her parents and one sister. A graveside service of commemoration was held Monday, June 24, 1996 at 11 a.m. at the gravesite in the Mansfield Cemetery, with Rev. Sam Buckingham, officiating. Those who wish may make a memorial in Opal's name to the Mansfield volunteer Fire/Ambulance Fund. Visitation will be Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Waterville Funeral Home. Arrangements are by the Waterviile Funeral Home. NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The Board of Directors of the Pateros School District 122-70J, Okanogan and Chelan Counties, will meet at 6:00 p.m.; Tuesday, July 9, 1996, in Staff room of the Pateros School to adopt abudget for the 1996-97 school year. A copy of the proposed budget wilt be available for public examination in the district office prior to the adoption date.The regular school board meeting will follow at 7:00 p.m. ThePateros School District is a barrier free facility accessible to persons with disabilities. Additional information is available in the superintendent's office. Gar Patterson Clerk of the Board Pateros School District 122-70J Pub. June 27, July 4, 1996 PUBLIC HEARING STREET VACATION The City Council of the City of Bridgei3ort will hold a second public hearing on the vacation of Columbia Avenuebetween 20thand22nd Streets. The hearing will be held Weds., July 10, 1996 at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, 1206ColumbiaAve.,Bridgeport, WA. The public is invited to give public comment. Pat Gordon City-Clerk-Treasurer Pub. June 27, July 4, 1996 NOTICE OF INTENT FOR MARILYN JO SAINT CONSULTANT SERVICES MarilynJoSaint,56.ofBridgeport,diedSaturday.June22. 1996at herhome The Town of Mansfield solicits letters in Bridgeport. of interest and resumes of applicable experience from consultants qualified to develop plans, specification estimates and if performances is satisfactory, provide construction engineering for the Mansfield RailroadAven ue project. The work will consist of road reconstruction, widening, curbs and sidewalks, and a one side parking lane. This is aTransportation Improvement Board Funded Project with an estimated construction cost of $310,000. The She was born December 18, 1939 the daughter of Joe and Evelyn (Stromer) Pearl at Wenatchee. She was raised and attended the Bridgeport schools graduating from Bridgeport High School. On May 16, 1958 she married John Michael Saint at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Mrs. Sainl traveled with her husband who was in the Air Force for 22 years after which they returned to Bridgeport in 1979 where they have since resided. Mrs. Saint was a member of the Episcopal Church, the Quad City Eagles, and the American Legion Auxiliary. She is survived by her husband Mike at the home inBridgeport; a son, Michael Saint; two daughters, Kristy Braker and Kathryn Saint; her mother, Evelyn Pearl; three sisters, Janna Kay Dorchuck, Minda Stahlburg and Jeannie Norris; a granddaughter Niki Schroeder all of Bridgeport. Services will be conducted Friday, June 28, 1996 at 10 a.m. from the Barnes construction phase will not be part of Chapel, Brewster, with Fr. Mark Brinkmann, officiating. Interment to follow the preliminary engineering agreement, at the Packwood Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Central Washington's The construction engineering will be Cancer Center, Box 489, Wenatchee, WA. 98807. Visitation Thursday from 1- considered when design phase is near completion and will require a separate agreement. Compliance with State of Wash. licensing and registration laws will be a requirement in consultant selection. Any utilization of Women and Minority Business Enterprises should be identified in the proposal and will be considered as part of the selection process. Letters of interest must he received by City Clerk, located at 26 Main Street, P.O. Box 218, Mansfield, WA. 98830, by 5:00 p.m., July 9, 1996. (509) 683-1112. Pub. June 27, July 4, 1996 8 at Bames Chapel. Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. CECIL O, MCVAY Cecil O. McVay, 39, of Pateros died Saturday, June 22, 1996 in Croak. He was born December 19,1956 the son of Cele O. and Mary L. (Churchill) McVay at Seattle, Washington. He moved to Wenatchee at a young ge where he attended school in Wenatchee and East Wenatchee. Mr. McVay worked in Wenatchee as a truck driver until 1995 when he moved to Pateros. He is survived by his children, Dustin G. McVay and Jamie O. McVay both of Rock Island. His mother, Mary Wise of Wenatchee; his father, Cele McVay of Pateros; brothers and sisters. Cele McVay Jr. of Okanogan; Lynda G. Taylor of Wenatchee; Larry Clifford of Leavenworth; Lauren L. Howell of Omak; Diana M. Ebberson of Wenatchee; and Carl Sarbu of Monroe. He was preceded in death by his grandparents. Services will be conducted Friday, June 28, 1996 at 2 p.m. from the Barnes Chapel, Brewster. Private interment, t3 visitation. Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster.