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Ound Ci~ Harold Aug 2 2001 Paga 11 Apple Pie Jamboree committee, Bren~la Brady, Taza Keene and Lu Hallberg would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all the fidlowing : 7'h Street Market, Apple Ave Auto Parts, Apple Box Gifts, Brewster Ace Hardware, BrewsterAmeriean Legion, Brewster tteights Packing, Busi,ess Sponsors & Friends of Apple Pie, Carol's Special Additions, Dee Poirier, Earlene' s Salon, Elliott' s Flower Shop, Excell Foods, Green's Drugs, Health Beat Fitness Center, Hometown Piz=a, Joyous Creations, Kodi' s Noon Saloon, Lake Chelan Boat Company, Lake Pateros Motor Inn, Lindsey's Drive Inn, MAGI Packing, McDonald's - Brewster, North Cascades Bank, Pateros Ace Hardware, Pateros Trading Company, Radio Shack, Sagebrush Restaurant, Slide Waters, Swim World, Triangle Texaco, Valley Lanes- Omak, Young Auto Parts, Brewster Veterinary, Anne Hubiltz, Carol Mooney, Casey Goble, Dale & Danielle Parks, Dale Parks, Doug Ilarris, George Brady, Jeri Lee Hofmann, tlaroldJahr, tleather Burdick, Jan Darlington, Joan Symonds, Joni Parks, Katie Dundas, Keith Zweigle, Linda Heaton, Lucy Baker, Lynette Blackburn, Nancy Zahn, Perry ilamshaw, Richard Beyer, Rodger Allen. FOR SALE YARD SALE All Yard Sale Classifieds Must Be Paid In Advance Garage Sale: Aug. 8 & 9, 9:00a.m.- 6:00p.m. 207 E, Ferry Ave. Brewster Lots of Elires stuff: Dolls, pictures, clocks, collectable plates and more. Will sell cheap. "Don't Miss Out On A Good Thing" also 4 good lires on rims, dishes, 4 kitchen chairs, clothes, a little bit of everything. lip2 Yard Sale, Saturday only, 8 a.m.- 3 p.m. Too much to list. 180 North Star Road, Brewster Flat. I lp2 For Sale: 2 horses, 9 yr. old chocolate brown Guilding. excellent m I. horse $1.400. Also Yearling Bay Guilding ground broke $700 OBO. '77 Crew Cab Chevy 4x4,454, auto $3,995 OBO. '84 14x70 Homelte 3 bdrm, I I/2 bath, you move $9,000 OBO. 689-3039 evenings, leave message, ltc2 GREAT DEALS ON HOME OFFICE COMPUTERS! Fully loaded, new Gateway (tm) PCs for $799 S/H extra and Notebooks for $999 S/H extra. Call 1(800) 846-8561 or visit gateway.corn/paper. Yard Sale- Brewster Adventist School. 115 Valley Rd. Thursday. Aug. 2. 8-3. I tp2 Yard Sale, Tri-River Storage, Brewster, Saturday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Large collection Spiderman comics, tools, baby swing, double jogging stroller, and misc. I tp2 Garage Sale Sat/Sun. 9-4.209 Arden. Bridgeport Bar. Household items, file cabinets, hook shelves, chair/ ottoman, kitchen cabinets & sink, 12 ft. counter top, dish washer, upright freezer, dorm refrigerator, computer w/laser printer, computer desk w/ printer stand, satellite di sh & receiver, TV, green house windows, insulated glass door & windows. MUCH MORE! l Rain cancels. I tp2 M-I GARANDS FROM U.S. Government. For buyers guide, instructions, applicalion, toll-free hotline, cost is $5and S.A.S.E. Action Products P.O. Box 1363, Lebanon, TN 37088. For Sale: Chaps, lots of bridles, breast collar, halters, horse blankets, all new horse equipment, too much to list. 5 -7 p.m Friday, August 3. only, Jack Groeneveid residence. 78 A Old 97. turn left belween ponds. 689-2752. i tc2 RECREATION 94 Avio" 5~wheel,34 i/2 ft. loaded, below book price. 509-686-6105. Ifcl9 MISCELLANEOUS WOLFF TANNING beds. Tan at home! Buy direct and save! Commercial/home units from $199.00. Low monthly payments. Free color catalog, call today -1 (800)842-1310. CALL THE BEST, don't use the rest! World Wide vacations, A#1 marketer of timeshares and campgrounds. Selling buying or renting? Call us 1(800)423-5967. For sale: E-Z GO. 4 wheel golf cart w/windshield, top, basket, custom fit cooler, custom fit storage larp. Good condition $500.00 tel 689- 2836, leave message. 2tp2 WANTED LIVEST()CK Wanted: Do you or a loved one need assistance with daily living and can't live at home alone? Trained, experienced help in my home. 689- 2069 or 689-2635 days. 3tc26 Mares for sale, one Sorrel, one Bay, intermediate riders. $800 each. 923- 1920 or 322 5669. 4tc 2 ADOPTION AUTOS FOR SALE HAPPILY MARRIED athletic couple would love to become parents. Looking for a loving home for your baby? Call Joan collect: (206)728- 5858, file #4317. For Sale: 1985 Isuzu Trooper, 4x4. runs good. Only $1,200. Call 689- 3205. 2tc2 BLDG. SUPPLIES 60 TO THE CiTY HERAL 9 - 2507 M& WBUILDING SupplyCompany. Custom pole buildings. Kits or built, engineering, financing available, free brochure.Call today, 1 (800)547-1714. Quality & satisfaction guaranteed. OR#79450, WA#MWBUSCO61K5. Check our website: I ForSale:Doublewidemobileho -nel I 44 ft 3 bedroom, 2 bath nice & ] .~i~~ clean, needs to be moved. On I Bridgeport Bar. $28,000.686-4642. 2tc2I - I $1500 per month, part-time, $4,500 ] In the to $7,200 full-time work, in home. International company needs [ Quad City Herald supervisors and assistants.Training, I Classifieds free booklet, 225 0563. 3tp2 1~509 689 2507 FAX 509-689-2508 Okanogan County 126 S. Main Omak, WA 98841 OmaldOkanogan: Desk Clerk - 32 hours per week at 6.75 per hour Cashier- 20 plus hours per week at 6.72 per hour Store Clerk - 32 hours per week at 7.50 per hour Cook - 18 #us hours per week at 7.25 per hour Fast food worker - 35 per hours at week at 6.72 per hour Restaurant cook - 30 plus hours per week at 7.25 per hour Cook institute - 15 plus hours per week at 7.25 per hour Cook - 20 plus hours per week at 7.00 per hour Waiter/Waitress - 20 plus hours per week at 6.72 per hour Cook - 35 plus hours per week at 7.00 per hour Restaurant cook - 25 plus hours per week 7.00 per hour Waiter/Waitress - 25 plus hours per week at 6.72 per hour Bartender- 20 plus hours per week at 7.00 per hour Waiter/Waitress-25 plus hours per week at 7.00 per hour Bartender - 32 hours per week at 6.75 per hour Autobody repair- 40 hours per week at 7.00 per hour Carpenter - 40 hours per week at 8.00 per hour LPN-Nurse- 8 plus hours per week at 10.35 per hour Reg. Nurse- 20 plus hours per week at 14.50 per hour Voc Rehah Couns-40 plus hours at 10.00 per hour Reg. Nurse- 40 plus hours at 16.25 per hour Mntl Hlth Couns - 40 plus hours a week at 30000.00 per year LPN/RN - Nurse - 20 hours per week at 11.00 per hour Reg. Nurse - 40 horn's per week at 14.50 per hour Employment Assoc. - 40 hours per week at 2250.00 per month Sales Clerk- 30 plus hours per week at 7.00 per hour Nurse Aide- 12 plus hours per week at 6.72 per hour Nurs Aide, oncall - 2 plus hours per week at 6.72 per hour Cert. Nurse Aide - 15 plus hours per week at 7.00 per hour Motel cleaner - 15 plus hours per week at 6.72 per hour Caregiver - 20 per hours week at 7.00 per hour G rocery clerk- 16 hours per week at 7.00 per hour Desk Clerk- 16 plus hours per week at 6.72 per hour Brewster: RN-Nurse- 8 plus hours per week at QUAD CITY HERALD DAVID L. TSCHETrER David L. Tschetter. 61, of Pateros went to be with the Lord on July 31, 2001 at his home in Patem, with his family by his side. 15.85 per hour He was born MarchS, 1940 the son of Ellsworth D. and Alyce (Barrier) LPN- Nurse- 8 plus hours per week Tscbetterat Spokane,WA. He attended school and graduated from North Central at i 1.90 per hour RN/LPN - 40 hours per week at High School at Spokane, After graduating he was employed with the Boeing 13.93 per hour Corp. in Seattle. In 1969 he attended Eastern Washington University at Cheney Sprinkler Changer - 24 per hours per where he received his degree in Education. Dave moved to Pateros in 1973 where week at 6.72 per hour Cen nurse Aide - 32 plus hours per week at 7A7 per hour Warehouse asst. - 15 plus hours per week at 9.00 per hour Customer service - 40 hours per week at 10.10 per hour Celt Nurse aide - 36 plus hours per week at 8.50 per hour Oroville/Tonasket: RNFLPN Nurse- 24 hours per week at 14.66 per hour S urgical tech. -40 hours per week at i 1.55 per hour OB RN-Nurs~,-- 8 plus hours per week at 29491.0~ per year ER RN Nurse 24 plus hours per week at 15.14 per hour Physical therapy -40 hours per week at 20.04 per hour Cook- 32 hours per week at 6.90 per hour Waiter/Waitress - 32 hours per week at 6.72 per hour Restaurant Cook -40 hours per week at 7.00 per hour Fire fighter Boss- 40 hours per week i 5.00 per hour Janitor- 12 plus hours per week at 100.00 per week Waiter/Waitress- 20 hours per week at 6.72 per hour Winthrop: Equip trac. Mech - 40 hours per week at 10.00 per hour Hou~keeper - 20 plus hours per week at 7.50 per hour Diesel mechanic-40 hours per week at 10.00 per hour Housekeeper - 40 hours per week at 7.50 per hoar Dishwasher- 40 hours per week at 8.00 per hour (;rand Coulee: Cert. Nurse Aide- 20 plus hours per week at 7.00 per hour Bartender- 24 hours per week at 7.00 per hour Visit us on our web site he taught in the Elementary School for 19 years. On January 5. 1980 he ~ M 11"ilyll (Cox) Frost at Methow. Dave attended the Community Log Church at Brewster. He was a member of the Back Country. Horsemen of Washington, the Blue Ribbon Coalition and the Tri River Snowmobile Club. Dave was active in the Cub Scouts, 4-H, and the Apple Pie Jalnboll~. He was an avid horseman, snowmobiler and loved hunting and fishing. He is survived by his wife. Marilyn, at the home; his children, Doug and his wife, Jolynne Tschetter of Germantown, MD: Stephanie and her husband, Ron Benge of Portland, OR; Miranda Frost of Seattle and Chad Frost of Seattle; his sister, Roberta and her husband, Larry Sundberg of Jtmeau, AIC his mother and step-father, Alyce & Wilson Saunders of Spokane; grandchildren, Cody & Cheyenne; the mother of his children, Carole Start of Yakima; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father. Services will he conducted Saturday, August 4. 2001 at 11 a.m. from Barnes Chapel, Brewster with Pastor Forrest Busching.officiating. Private in terment. No visitation. Memorials may he made in his name to the Warm Beach Christian Camp, (Horsemanship Program) 20800 Marine Drive, Stanwood, WA. 98290 or to a charity of your choice. Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. QUAD CITY HERALD YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW Quad City Herald has been approved as a legal newspaper" by an order duly made and entered in the Superior Court of the state 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. NOTICE OF SPECIAL FILING PERIOD DOUGLAS COUNTY AUDITOR - ELECTIONS Thad L. Duvall, Douglas County Auditor, announces that due to voids in candidacy there will be a special filing period starting Friday August 3'd, Monday 6= and Tuesday 7% Candidates should file with the Douglas County Auditors Office. Offices with opening will be: Ze . Clues ACROSS 14 1. Fall silent ~-- 5. Isaac's mother ~-- . (Bible) 10 Nucl near l| = reach weapon ~ ~ 2r (abbr.) ~ -- -- 14. Cookie with cream filling 15. Tributary of 41 Missouri River 16. Botswana's currency 17. State bird of Alaska 20. Guards 21. Saddle horses 22. Hostelry 23. Capital of Yemen 25. Traditional Christmas drink 29. Heedless 33. Protections 34. Brew 35. Copycat 36. Between pharynx and stomach 38. Renovator 41. Lyric poem 42. Raptors 44. Rainer Maria ,German poet 45. Telephone diaphragms 48. More fake 49. Company officer (informal) 50. Scrod, for example 51. Georges , French philosopher 54. Unorthodox opinions 59. Sebastian Junger's nor'easter 62. Assistant 63. ~ Curie, French chemist 64. Two-toed sloth 65. Image of cross on which Jesus died 66. Hydroxyls + 2C 67. Vascular tissue Clues down 5. Way of dispersing 6. Colorado resort 7. Informers 8. Honorable title (Turkish) 9. Of she 10. Corkscrew 11. Fold or crease 12. Divulge secret 13. Le,motor race 18. Producing no result or effect 19. Hair on head 23. Discounts 24. Square measures 25. Fungus 26. Typeface 27. Jewish legend 28. Sports association (abbr.) 29. Sagan, astronomer 30. Peers 31. Talk (Old English) 32. More dried-up lll $6 ;7 58 37. Type of mood 39. Barters 40. Lubricate 43. Female army unit in World Warll (abbr.) 46. Looked, in a way 47. Shaft on which wheel rotates 48. Skills 50. B. De Mille, filmmaker 51. Whiz 52. Tributary of MissisSippi River 53. Redecorate 54. Sandwich, for one 55. Check or ticket 56. Private school in New York 57. Amounts of time 58. Indecent language 60. Relay mirror experiment (abbr.) 61. Agitate air 1. and whys 2. Puffin genus 3. Your =onsciousness of your own identity 4. Make cavity Downing Townsite Water District-Director 3 Orondo Schogl ~ 1 l&-Dir~tor |,2~ . ' City of Bridg~{port-Councii~ 3: Fire District 4:-Commissioner 2 Fire District 8-Commissioner 3 Cemetery District 2-Commissioner 1,3 South Douglas Conservation District-Board Supervisor 1 Palisades School District-Director 2 Mansfield School District 207-Director 1 Town of Mansfield-Councilman 3' Fire District 7-Commissioner 1,2,3 Cemetery District 1-Commissioner 3 Cemetery District 3-Commissioner 1,2,3 If you have any question please call 509-884-9403 or 509-745-8527. Pub. Aug. 2, 2001 Thad L. Duvali, Douglas County Auditor SALE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY The Pateros School District announces the sale of surplus property located at 462 W. Beach Street, Pateros, WA 98846. A public hearing on the proposal to sell the property will be held on Monday, August 13, 2001 at 6:00 p.m. in the Pateros School staff room. Michael Smith, Superintendent Pateros School District (509) 923-2541 ext. 4 Pub. Aug, 2, 9, 2001 NOTICE OF PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE CHANGES The Bridgeport Planning Commission has changed their next regular scheduled meeting to Tuesday, August 21, 2001 at 7:00 p.m. At 1206 Columbia Avenue, Bridgeport, WA. Jean Hardie Deputy Clerk Pub. Aug. 2, 2001 ' IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF OKANOGAN In re the estate of: ) )NO. 01-400047-0 GEORGE DELLMAN THERRIAULT. ) ) NOTICE TO CREDITORS deceased. ) ) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as the Personal Representative of the above entitled estate. That all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same upon said Personal Representative or her/his attorney, Thomas Benner, at the . address below stated and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within four months after the date of first Imbrication of this notice or the date of filing of a copy of this notice with the Clerk of the cotaX whichever is later, or the same will be barred. Date of ~ publication: July 19, 2001 Date of filing of Notice: July 10, 2001 Michael The, Personal Representative P.O. Box 363 Puteros, WA 98846 Thomas Benner, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 550 Brewster, WA 98812 (509) 689-3471 PUb. July 19, 26, Aug. 2, 2001 I II