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Quad CiN Herald Ju 3 19B Paaa 11 OR(;HARD MISCELLANEOUS REAL ;TATE **************************** * PANORAMIC RIVERVIEW * * ACRES inBrewster. Buildyour * dreams on 2.09 cleared acres. * Water services available. * * Spectacularopportunity. Serene * peacefulness, privacy, security. * * Breathtaking view. $50,000. Dr. * Thornsberry. 689-2856. tfc6 **************************** 5 acre+ waterfront lots behind Chief Joseph Dam. All utilities in. 69,900 - 99,900. 664-1088 wk., 662-5442 hm. Owner contract, tfc5 ORCHAIt'D PROPS OREGON FORESTLAND repossession. 2.3 acres, Klamath Falls area. Old pine and fir, secluded, gravel road, surveyed, $8,000 cash or T.O.P. $90 down, $88 monthly. OWC 1(541)858-7194. YOUR DREAM come true! Own a piece of the Old West[ 160 acres, state of Wyoming, $29,900. $500 down,$300/mouth. Adjacent to 30,000 acres government land. Owner carries. Bob 1 (925)210-0560. WONDERFUL 40 acre get-a-way[ Trees, meadows, springs, views, good access, power close. Okanogan sunshine! Owner financing, $59,000. 1(888)422-1016 Mountain Valley Realty for maps & directions, http:/ /www.televar.com/m vr/. For Sale: Building lot in Pateros, with view of Billygoat Mountain and the Methow River. $30,000.923- 2694. tfc23 FOR RENT BARGAIN homes. Thousands of Government foreclosed and repos- sessed properties being liquidated this month! Call for local listings! 1(800)501-1777, ext. 3099. GOVERNMENT foreclosed homes, pennies on the $1. Repo's, VA, HUD, Sheriff sales. No money down government loans available now. Local listings/directory. Toll free 1(800)669-2292, ext. H-4000. FINANCIAL BREWSTER Newer rambler-corner Iot- greatvalue. 3 bedroom, 1 3/4 bath home with neatly fenced yard. $74,000. 'BRIDGEPORT ' I-ttOnspaciouslotwith Spanish motif. O,er 2,000 sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms, 2 - 1/2 baths, heat pump, attached 2 car garage, fully fenced on 6 city lots. All for $117,000. PATEROS 3 bedroom, 1-3/4 bath home with view of Columbia River and mountains. New paint & carpet. Metal garages with R.V. door on separate parcel. $119,950. BRIDGEPORT Fairview on Northwest side with 2 bedrooms and 1-1/2 bath solid & tidy home. Fenced yard (4-lots) with 2-car garage, 3 car carport, newer beat pump, natural wood interior trim, covered breezeway. $62;950. Chelan Realty North 238 Lakeshore Dr., P.O. Box 398 Patems, WA. 98846 509/923-2586 1-800-209-4138 REALTOR  AI Milton, Branch Mgr... 689-3205 Carol Mooney ................. 923-2963 Spencer Lince ................. 923-2188 STNI'EWII)E CI,ASSIFIEI)S COPIES CO PI ES coPIES QUAD CITY COPIES UE,^,,., COPIES rl Ij,,l-lt,/ CO PI ES COPIES 689-2507 COPIES ]-800-20]-2507 CO Pl ES i 00ea00tiJ-ut (Beflinnin00s staet "with C00autifu[ qn00itations Choose from Regency's superior collection of Traditional & Contemporary Wedding Invitations & Accessories Quad City Herald (509) 689-2507 1-800-201-2507 525 Main Ave., Brewster Senior News ORCHARD PROPS Lodge Pole Pine - notched-all sizes. Free delivery. Phone John or Karen 1-250-495-6629 or leave phone no. & message on message minder. 7tp2 For Sale: Case 410 B tractor with loader. Runs excellent, new back tires. $3,000. OBO. Call 686-9581 leave message. 2tp23 Notched Un-notched Tree Props JAMES W. MILLER 250-499-5771 Attn. Orchardist: Stop paying too much for orchard props. When you buy from the Prop King you get: More props for your dollar Guaranteed footage Superior quality Iodgepole pine props Free Delivery Don't be fooled by the competltlonl The Prop King will beat any " competitor's price on propsl J }'raducinjl Ojza[itg }'ok }'raps Since 197.t C Douglas (250) 495-2468 Mobile home space for rent. 5 miles North of Brewster. Call 1-360-427- 5971. 3tc9 Very nice 2 bedroom mobile home with expando living room available. July I st. ($325/mo. + $200 deposit). Also, will have deluxe 3 bedroom, 2 bath doublewide available in a few weeks. ($525/mo. + $200 deposit). Call Ann at Cherry Hill Trailer Park in Bridgeport at 686-9531. tfcl8 Mobile home for rent in a Bridgeport park. Basic cable, water, sewer & garbage paid. 686-3701. tfc26 For Rent: Studio apartment, $235.00 month, $150 deposit. 689-9046 or 509-886-8114. Heritage Apartments #7. tfc2 For Rent: 2 bedroom apartment in Pateros. One year lease for $450 a month, plus $500 deposit. References required and credit history checked. No smoking and no pets. Call 99-3- 9636. tfc23 For Rent: 2 bdrm, lower level of house. $350.00, 8 miles N. of Brewster. 509-422-1523. 4tc16 For Rent: 3 bedroom A-frame with panoramic view on Brewster Flats. $400 month, first and last. 689-3041, 509-826-2433 or 689-2180. ltc23 For Rent: 2 bedroom hosue in Bridgeport, 1911 Monroe Ave. Washer & dryer, fridge & stove, air conditioned. $425/mo, $400 deposit. Call 884- 0964. 2tc23 I Joseph Cove Apartments Now accepting applications for 2 & 3 bedroom apartments. (Subsidized). j_ (509) eee-4731 TDD# 1-8oo-833-6384 iSUN SPOT APARTMENTS Now accepting applications for subsidized studio apmtments. All utilities paid. (509) 686-2002 Available now 1 & 3  bedroom apartments. @ Peachtree Apartments 689-2320. TDD #1-800-833-6388 BREWSTER GARDEN APARTMENTS Is now accepting applications for one and two bedroom apartments. 689-3324 I ,,. 1-800-548-6874 TDD Hen*inS - (Sulidized) Homing - ($elidized) Mansfield Manor Subsidized Rents AVAILABLE NOW 1 & 2 bedrooms. Rent from Zero ($0) and up. Based on 30% of adjusted monthlyincome. !-I CALL NOW 509-6851225.- , %IP' TDD # 1-800-833-6388 I---4 WANT ADS WORK WONDERS! Carl the Quad City Herald 689-2507.1-800-201-2507 Menu - July 23 thru 30 Members and friends if your birth- day is on or near the day of serving (lunch) you get to be first in line. Thursday, July 23 - Lima beans & ham, carrots, green salad, cornbread, apple crisp. Monday, July 27 - Pepper steak, mashed potatoes, broccoli, rolls, peaches. Tuesday, July 28 - Turkey breast, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, rolls, cake. Thursday, July 30- Swedish meat- I iii RJ's L0ckk Service Auto/Motorcycle Keys Made Locks Repaired kill 00mer!ency!00nin'00lll 1950 sq. ft. commercial space available i No Job Too Small Whites Construction Co. New construction, remodel & repair Commercial & Residential 30 Years Experience KEN WHITE, owner 422-3714 , I,d FREE (509) U='= Bo ESTIMATES in Brewster. Approx. Aug. 15, located corner 7th & Main. 689-3436 or _ .,.t;4,,, /-', _ 689-2130. 2tp23 $$BAJILLION dollars$$. Receiving payments from real estate sold? Annuity? Lottery winnings? Nobody pays more for cash flows. We'll prove it! Skip Foss et at, 1(800)637- 3677. PURE TRUST organization. Total asset protection with staggering tax savings. Outperforms S&C corporation, limited partnerships, living tists and all trusts. Call for brochilre. T011 free I(877)502-5463. "CASH". Immediate $$ for structured settlements and deferred insurance claims. J. G. Wentworth, 1(888)231- 5375. $$$OVER DUE bills? Credit problems? Try Debt Consolidation! Combine all bills into one low payment. Noapplication fees! 1(800)863-9006, ext. 117. EASY MONEY. Private investor has money to loan. I lend on: raw land, rentals, mobiles, commercial, etc. I rely on equity. Call Eric Foss, 1 (800)563-3005. REFINANCE howl 6.125% 30 yr fixed, 6.613 % APR, 6% 15 yr fixed, 6.498% APR, lsrs, 2nd's debt consolidations, 135%. 1(888)663- 3281, Licensed Mortgage Broker. DO YOU NEED a guaranteed loan? Call now! 1(877)267-6182. !tGET OUT OF DEBT freel Credit Counseling Centers of America (member NFCC) free debt consolidation,lowerpayments, interest. Stop collector calls. Non-profit, 1(877)936-2222, toll free. NEED A mortgage loan? Refinancing? Credit/income problems OK. Foreclosures or bankruptcy OKI Call now! 24 hour approvals, ACG Financial Services, l(800)949-LEND. OVER YOUR head in debt? A New Horizon...the company you can trustl Debt consolidation. No qualifying. Licensed not-for-profit, national company, www.anewhorizon.org 1 (800)556-1548. REFINANCE fast. Easy & over- the-phone. Need a second chance? Credit problems?-OK. Bankruptcy t- OK. Foreclosares?-OK. Starting unacr 7 %-APR. 8.973. Call Platinum Capital. 1 (800)699-LEND.NationwideLender. CREDIT CARD problems? Debt consolidation. Avoid bankruptcy. Stop creditor calls. Cut interest. No credit check.One lowpayment. 1(800)270- 9894. BANKRUPTCY $79+. Stops garnishments! Guaranteed valid. E- Z debt freedom without bankruptcy $179+. E-Z file divorce $99! We've helped 1,000's nationwidel FreshStart America, 1 (888)395-8030, toll.free. REMODELING LOANS.Noequity required. Credit problems workable. Bill consolidation. 9 a.m. -9 p.m. 7 days/week. 1 (800)676-0550. Primewest Financial. RENT OUR NEW SMALLER RINISr4qVAC" Fits easily into car trunk and has aft the capacity of larger machines. Steam clean your carpets the way professionals do...but at a fraction of the cost. Rent for only *20oo per day WEBSTER ,..  DEtI The Quad City Herald participates in a statewide classified ad program sponsored by the Washington NewspaperPublishers Association, an association of weekly newspapers. It allows classified advertisers to participate in weekly papers throughout the state in compliance with the following roles. You may submit ads through this newspaper. There are more than a million papers in circulation. The rate is $175 for up to 25 words, plus $7 per word over 25 words. WNPA reserves the right to edit all ad copy submitted and to refuse to accept any ad submitted for the statewide program. Each newspaper retains discretion to refuse to nm any particular ad accepted by WNPA. WNPA does not guarantee that every ad will be run i, every newspaper. WNPA will,on request, for a $25 fee, provide information on which newspapers run a particular ad within a30 day period. Typographical errors (wrong address, telephone number, name or price) will result in a "make good", in which a correctel td will be run the following week. WNPA incurs no other liability for errors in publication. If you would like to run a statewide classified, please stop in or call the Quad City Herald (509) 689-2507 1-800-201-2507 FAX (509) 689-2508 525 Main Ave., P.O. Box 37, Brewster. WA. 98812 balls/rice, tossed salad, bread, mixed vegetables, whipped jello. Lunch is served in the Center on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and is open to anyone over age 60, mem- ber or not. Individuals under the age of 60 can also eat (would be helpful ff they called in firs0, the price of $4.70. Pinochle Seventeen players turned out for the Center's card party on July 17. Opal Clark, high and traveler; John Saint, low; Lois Saint, door prize. Medical Supplies Seniors, the Center now has mis- cellaneous medical supply items for loan out - wheelchairs, crutches, bed Please attend - it is important for members to be there and help with the decisions. New ideas, new input and new volunteers are needed and welcomed. Join Us The Senior Center offers Quad City area seniors many oppottuni. ties for good conversation, good friends, good meals, and a variety of activities. So come on in and join the Center, the welcome mat is al- ways out. Pancake Feed The Center sponsors a 'once a month' pancake feed which is open to the public. The feed is the last rails, and other items. Friday of the month and the pro- General Membership Meetings ceeds go toward maintaining the The General Membership meet- Center. Sometimes due to holi- ings are held on the third Tuesday of days the monthly pancake feed is the month beginning at 11 a.m. not held. TOPS group has annual picnic The TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sen- l. Reduce consumption of soft sibly) groupin Brewster held their drinks. Water, lowfat milk, and annual picnic in June at the home iced tea are a few good alterna. of Morrell Hull in Brewster. The group also welcomed a new member. "Many people will admit to having a 'sweet tooth.' But this inborn preference for sweets doesn't have to be the downfall of your diet. The trick is to take it into account when building and main- taining a sensible eating plan. Calories count, no matter where they come from," observes Lucille Harmon of Bridgeport, a repre- sentative of TOPS. "Sometimes people focus too much on whether a food is high-fat or low-fat, and they forget that excess sugar is also a concentrated source of calories. To succeed, you need to find whole- some ways to help satisfy your sweet tooth." Harmon offered four tips that will help you cut down your over- all intake of sugar: rives. 2. Buy fewer foods containing refined sugars. If these food aren't handy, you're less likely to reach for them as snacks or desserts. 3. Buy non-sweetened items for snacks, including unsweet- ened cereals, crisp vegetables, fresh fruits, and whole-grain crackers or bread. 4. Don't use sweets as rewards or bribes for children (or your- self)[ Find other ways to rein- force positive behavior. In weekly meetings at local TOPS chapters, members often trade tips like these, encourag- ing one another in their shared goal of losing weight sensibly and maintaining the loss for a lifetime. To learn more about TOPS, or to inquire about chapters near you contact Lucille Harmon. Quad City Herald OBITUARIES GLORIA J. DOBSON Gloria J. Dobson, 69, of Sibley, Missouri, and a former resident of Brewster, died Friday, July 17, 1998, in the Central Washington Hospital at Wenatchee. She was born October 6, 1928, the daughter of Charles and Winifred (Bibby) Smith at Penticton, Canada, B.C. where she attended school. On May 5, 1948, she married Clarence Stavenjord at Keremeos, B.C. He preceded her in death in 1958 as the result of an auto accident at East Wenatchee. Gloria had lived in several areas in the U.S. before moving to East Wenatchee. On February 19, 1960, she married Ralph Dobson at East Wenatchee. They moved to Brewster in 1964 where she worked for Magi for several years. In 1991 they moved to Missouri. Gloria was a member of the Brewster Birthday Club and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ The Lamb of God. She is survived by her husband, Ralph, at the home; four children, Adell R. Morris of Webster City, Iowa, Gordon D. Stavenjord of Greenacres, Rodney R. Dobson of Sibley, Missouri, and Orvle Dobson of Brewster, two brothers, Ken Smith of Keremeos, B.C. and Allen Smith of Vernon, B.C.; a sister, Kitty Bengston of Kimberly, B.C.; 11 grandchildren; and numerous friends. She was preceded in death by two brothers. Services were conducted Wednesday, July 22, 1998, at 10 a.m. from Barnes Chapel in Brewster with Elder Lee Abramson officiating. Private Interment at Sibley, Missouri. No visitation. Memorials may be made to the Diabetes Fund. Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. VERN E. "MAC" MCALVEY A memorial service for Vern E. "Mac" McAlvey was held July I 1, 1998, at Acacia Chapel in Seattle. He passed away in Kirkland at Evergreen Hospice. A graveside service will take place Saturday, July 25, 1998, 11 a.m. at Pateros Cemetery. Family and friends will celebrate the seasons of Vern's life at a potluck gathering in Estuary Park. If raining0 it will be held at the United Methodist Fellowship Hall. Although a iongtime resident of Botbell, raising a family, choosing a career with Seattle Police Department and retiring from the Mounted Police in 1987, Vern remained attached to his "home grown" roots in Eastern Washington. The road was never too long to spend weekend visits with his dad and sharing the "early days" with friends and relatives close by. Proud of his town Pateros, the people and his love of the land and horses at an early age. He looked forward to class reunions, the annual Apple Pie Jamboree, family gatherings, jokes and bank fishing on the Methow, Being an avid reader, Mac lived the 100's of Louis L'Amour and True West stories. He loved the local rodeos and horse auctions and started a collection of western tack and memorabilia horses ago! Vern had a pioneer heart and always said he was born 100 years t0 late. He enjoyed being a western Grandpa on one hand and when ailing, it was Remote Control, on the other. Cops, cowboy history, and sports. Being a donor and because of Vern's final gift of donating his corneas, two people have received sight restoring corneal transplants. ETHEL DORCIE GLESsNER Ethel Dorcie Glessner, 90, a longtime Mansfield resident, passed away Sunday evening, July 19, 1998, at Highline Convalescent Center. She was born on July 10, 1908, to William and Carrie (Knapp) Smith at Mansfield. She attended Mansfield High School. She married Harold E. Giessner at Omak on July 13, 1939. The couple farmed until retiring. In 1972 they moved from their ranch west of Mansfield into Mansfield and in 1990 moved to Wenatchee. Dorcie was a former member of the Mansfield Grange and had attended churches in Mansfield. Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Larry and Linda Gleuner of Mansfield; a daughter and son-in-law, Elsie and Norman LatEen of Edmonds; four grandchildren, Lonnie Giessner of Denver, Lori Glessner of Kennewick, Craig Larsen of Wenatchee and Stacia LatEen Mclnnes of Seattle; and great grandchildren. Andrew, Alex and Zachary LatEen of Wenatchee. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold, in April of 1997, her parents, four sisters and a brother. Funeral services will be conducted at 11:00 a.m. Friday, July 24, 1998, in the Mansfield United Protestant Church. Pastor Sam Buckingham will officiate. If desired, memorials may be made to the Mansfield Ambulance Fund in Dorcie's name. Concluding services and the interment will follow in the Mansfield Cemetery. Arrangements by the Waterville Funeral Home.