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Business J Section . Buying trip Genevieve Churchill and Girmy Saul were in Seattle from the 28th of August until the 2rid of September, or- dering the winter and holiday stock for Girmy's Dress Shop. Winner Violet Whybark was In- formed that she was the winner of a gigantic teddy bear, after having her name drawn from approximately 3,000 entries at the Seattle Trade Fair. She plans to have a drawing in the near future for the citizens of Brewster, offering her prize to the winner. Staff increased During harvest season Delphlne Fekete, Elsie Christy and Bilingual teacher Gerry Macias are employed at Children's House. FOR YOUTH ONCE WON'T HURT? Young people often think of shoplifting as a caper. They may believe that even if they're caught, the store owner won't pros- ecute-especially for a first offense, This is definitely no longer true, if it ever was. And as more and more stores tighten their security systems, the chances of get- ting caught have increased dramatically. Shoplifting is not just a harmless caper. Shoplifting is a crime! In fact, if the re- tail price of stolen merchan- dise exceeds $100, shoplift- ing is a felony for which you may be Qeverel fined or even go to jaill :' Shoplifting is not jus[ a legal problem for those who get caught. It is also a moral problem. It violatesthe moral injunction, "Thou shelf not steal." A helpful booklet called "Danger--Hands Off!" gives information about shoplift- ing and its consequences and offers advice about how to cope with this problem. For your free copy of this booklet write to: Interna- tlonal LLL, 2185 Hampton Ave., St. Louis, Mo.,63139. OBITUARIES BERTHA M. YETT Bertha M. Yett, 72, Bridgeport died Monday, September 7 in the Brewster Hospital. She was bern Bertha M. VanSlyke, May 5, 1909, at Joplin, Mo., and spent her early years in Oklahoma. She moved with her family to the Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, area in the early 1930s. In 1941, she married Charles B. Yett at Thompson Falls, Mont. They moved to Bridgeport in 1943. Mrs. Yett was an avid gardener and a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband at the home; a brother, Forest VanSlyke, Idaho; three sister, Kay Kinnamon of Wenatchee, Frances Sloan of Oklahoma and Maurine Cole of Grandby, Mo. she was preceded in death by twin sons, four brothers and a sister. Services will be conducted Thursday, September 10 at 11 a.m. from the Barnes Chapel with Rev. Luther Allen of- flciating. Committal services and interment will follow at Bridgeport Cemetery. Services are sider direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. MAURICE J. JOY Maurice J. Joy, 71, a longtime resident of Okanogan, died Monday at Mid-Valley Hospital after a short illness. He was born in Colville on July 4, 1910 and moved to the Colville Indian Reservation with his parents when he was five years old. He attended the reservation schogl. He married Arlene Morris in Okanogan on April 28, 1934. They made their home on the reservation until 1953, when they moved to Brewster. They moved to Okanogan in 1962, where he made his home until his death. He was a member of Our Lady of the Valley Catholic church, Okanogan, and a former member of the Brewster Grange, Brewster Bridle Club and the Okanogan Eagles. Survivors include his wife, Arlene, at home; one foster son, Donald C. Morris, Brewster; two brothers, Leo F. Joy, Okanogan, and Philip J. Joy, Brewster; one sister, Mrs. Sheila Moomaw, Okanogan; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two sisters and one brother. Rosary service was held Wednesday, September 9 at 7:30 p.m. from the Barnes Elmway Chapel. Requiem Mass Thurs- day, September 10 at 2 p.m_ at Our Lady of the Valley Church. Father James Mangan, officiant. Burial will be at the Okanogan City Cemetery. Arrangements by Barnes Chapel, Okanogan. GRACE VIOLET NEILSEN Grace Violet Neilsen, 78, Bridgeport, died Thursday, Sep- tember 3, at Harmony House. She was born on Oct. 22,1902, at Culdesac, Idaho. She spent most of her life in the Bridgeport, Okanogan and Wenatchee areus. She was a member of the Brewster Seventh-day Adventist Church. Survivors include six sons, Lester Sterley of Hunters, Ivan Neff Sterley and Glen Sterley, both of Cheweiah, Delbert Sterley of Othello, Bruce Sterley of Seven Bays, and Stem Sterley of Bridgeport; one brother, Leonard White, Lewiston, Idaho; 19 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday, September 8 at 1:00 p.m. from the Brewster Seventh-day Adventist Church with Pastor Randy Barlow officiating. Interment was in the Wenatchee City Cemetery. Arrangements by Barnes Chapel, Brewster. Pateros Cooperative Pre-School looking for interested parents of pre- school age children (ages 3 through 6) Contact Beverly Zur, 923-2564 or Llnda Zahn, 923-2434. 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Your newspaper is the biggest bundle of information around and sharing it with a household buddy is an easy way to become a well-informed family. Bringing local news, events of social or sports or financial importance, guiding shoppers to the best buys, reporting statistics and data, your news- paper is one heck of a great buy for the money and, reading it is a real growing experience, an entertainment, and a great, in-house teacher/learning tool! Quad City Heral__d N We would like everybody to have JIAA IS the Thursday morning habit of |ll II Ill IM reading the QUAD-ClTY HERALD, k:,, thzscou on andma,lwzth our mone THE newspaper for the towns. [ Q:d City .;raid Box i37, "Brwster, W78812 To encourage new subscriptions [. for this Thursday morning habit  I Name we are offering dd City '2 off State Z" ' reg. =600 Okanogan County,8.oo spree, , Out of County reg. 's 5o ..c,.,=6.50 = r I +h,sOut of State reg ,,oo Special 7.00 for the month of September. Good only on new subscriptions.