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Ouad Cih/. HI, raid ~gt ~O Pno1 Pa~ 11 !11 Ill Wewouldliketoextendourthanks Thank you David Brown and gratitude to the fire departments Construction for buying my pig. and many volunteers who responded Becky Kesti to our house fire on Sept. 5 in their efforts to save our home; as well as the friends & family who worked on Thank you Brewster Quik-E- Mart the cleanup aftermath. Because of for supporting my FFA pig. your efforts we were able to save Sarah McGee many photos & mementos. We greatly appreciate your kindness. Mac & Cuss Partnership, th'mk you Sincerely, for supporting me and my pig at the Lewis & Elsie Miller & family fair. Thank you Jack Burchard, Hamilton Youth Foundation for buying my lamb. Billy Kesti Zach Wiltse Thank you. Cascade Mechanical. Brewster. for supporting my markel lamb. Tyrel Swezey Thank you for the support of my pig, Westerdahl Orchards & Wilson Thank you to 7 Street Market and Gardens. all the people who helped serve and Sonya Mendes Brown brought desserts at the Indian taco feed benefit for Louie and Elsie Miller. You made it a great success. Thank you NAPA Rio Auto for supporting my pig at the fair, I would also like toespecially thank the dropping fiend. Travis Wiltse Brenda Taylor I want to thank B.T.O. Construction, Pateros, for supporting my market Thank you Veristur & Conn's lamb. Collision for buying my lamb. Colton Swezey Kerrie Kesti Thank you Western Restaurant for Thanks to AG Supply, Brewster, buying my rabbit, for supporting my market lamb. Laura Kesti Chantae Swezey JAil Yard Sale Classifieds Must For Sale: Assortment of sizes, card Be Paid In Advance and paper display racks and type cases. Inquire Quad City Herald 689- 2507. tfc30 ESTATE/YARD SALE Antiques, collectibles, furniture, canners,largeelectriccooker, kitchen Avalon wood. pellet and gas stove sale. Lowest prices of the year. Example appliances, like new electric rotisserie, dishes, pots and pans, all kinds of -PelletStove:Reg.$1930 thruSept. 25 $1760. We will not be at Fair, interesting things. Fun stuff! Friday and Saturday September 21 & 22. please come to our showroom. Complete services and inslallalion 606 Hospital Way, Brewster, WA. by ALJU Stove and Fireplace: Omak. Starting time 8:00 a.m. both days. 826-2736or 1-800-773-2736.4tc30 lip20 YardSale:614ydSt.Brewster.Friday For Sale: Complete king-size bed. & Saturday 8/22-9/22 9 to'??? Warm including mattre,sspad.shects.pillows. clothes forchildren & adults. Sel of Plus dresser and matching vanity. almost new end table lamps & much $500, Call 689-3227 evenings. 21c20 more! :,dq'dff. For Sale: King size feather bed goes Yard Sale: Big multi family-Sat, on top of mattress, non allergic, 9:00-1:00, Sept. 22. Lots of baby very, very well made by Northern clothes, computer desk, cabinet, lots Lights. Feather guard stripping, so of clothes, toys, dresser, van. 501 feathers won't ball. Cost over $200, West Griggs, Brewster.lip20 just cleaned. Asking $125. Call 686- 2778. 2tc20 AUTOS FOR SALE BUSINESS OPPT. For Sale: Orange 1969 K Jeep, 4x4, ' $1,000OBO.Canbeseenat609North ALL CASH candy route. Do you 7o. Street, Brewster. For more earn $800 in a day? Your own local information, 509-826-6313. 21p13 candy route. Includes 30 machines and candy. All for $9,995. Call For Sale: 1985 Isuzu Trooper, 4x4 I(800)998-VEND. runs good. O,dy $1,100. Call 689- 3205. 2tp20 =RODUCE BLDG. SUPPLIES M & W BUILDING Supply Company, Custom pole buildings. Kits or built, engineering, financing available, free brochure. Call today, 1 (800)547-1714. Quaffly &.satisfaction guaranteed. OR#79450, WA#MWBUSCO61K5. Check our website: www.mwbsc.com For Sale: White flesh peaches snow king 60 /pound, snow giant 80 / pound. 509-686-9800. I I p20 ADOPTION GIVE YOUR baby the best life can offer, ahome filled with love, laughter & happiness. Exp. Pd, Linda & Christopher 1 (800)803-5423. EDI ICATION WANTED REAL ESTATE License training $300. State Certified Distance Education. Use your own computer at home. Private school. Instructor and technical support available daily. 1(866)910-5452, www.abest.net. Wanted: winter firewood, 15 to 20 inches. Tel 689-511 I. 21c20 MISCELLANEOUS GOT A CAMPGROUND WOLFF TANNING beds. Tan at membershiportimeshare?We'iltake home! Buy direct and save! it! Selling, buying or renting'? Call Commercial/homeunitsfrom$199.00. the best. Don't use the rest! World Low monthly payments. Free color" Wide Vacations, 1(800)423-5967. catalog, call today 1(800)842-1310. www.resortsales.com AUCTION " OCTOBER 12, 2001 11-Unit Stirling Motel and doublewide home located a/1717 & 1749 Foster Creek Ave Bridegport, WA. Douglas County Assr.P.N. 00209900100, 00209900300, 00100002077. Auction to be held at 1 P.M October 21 st at the Stirling Motel. All interested bidders should obtain an Auction Disclosure from Land Company broker. (509) 689-3610 or 416 North Brid.ge St Brewster, WA 98812 21c20 For the arrest and conviction of persons related to the theft of refuse :arts within the city limits property of Su Inc. Call 422-4530 Brewster Polic )f Brewster arise Disposal or e 689-2331. por el arresto y condenacion de las personas relacionadas con el robo de carretas de basura dentro de los limites de la ciudad de Brewster. Propiedad de Sunrise Disposal Inc. Llame a1422-4530 o al Departamento de Policia al 689-2331. Quad City Herald Quad City Herad has been approved as a legal newspaper by an order duly made and entered in the Superior Court of the state WashingtOn, for Okanogan Couny, on the 7th day of August, 1941; and in the Superior Court of the State of Washington, fol Douglas County, on the 3rd day of June 1952. NOTICE OF CA NVASSING/CERTIFICATION BOARD MEETING FOR DOUGLAS COUNTY NOTICE IS HEREI GIVEN that the Douglas County Canvassing Board or its designees will meet to process questioned ballots, duplicate ballots and unsigned ballots on Septemb 26, 2001 at 10:00 AM in the Douglas County Auditor's office Waterville, /ashington. The Douglas Coun: y Canvassing Board or its designees will convene again at 8:30 AM on Septem 28, 2001, to certify the September 18 Primary and Special Election for 2001. Done this 17 day ,f September 2001. Thud L. Duvall. Douglas CountyAuditor & Ex-officio Supervisor of Elections Pub. Sept. 20. 2001 3sit us on our web site I I www.smalltownpapers.com] , rl l Clues ACROSS 1. Biu-Mandara 5. Dip lightly im water 8. Saucy 13. Highly excite 14. Long, single- edged machete 15. Related on th, mother's side 16. Bush-Gore contest 18. Arabian, for ( 19. Edward playwright 20. Approves foc (abbr.) 21. Competently 22. Grant, actor 24. Big D 27. Cut-rate even 28. Pat 31. Saint 3e 32. School organization (abh .) 33. Building extension 34. Cubic conten unit 35. Take off 37. Islam 38. Holds 39. Skeletal mus le 40. Abu ~, United Arab Emirates capital 41. Collection of anecdotes about person or place 42. Cubes 44. Fanatical 45. Having a pleasant appearance 46. Vividly color~l fish 48. Grapes i 50. Smallest merganser j 51. New location (abbr.) 54. Concern of ! Bush-Gore contest ~------- m 14 lll 24 25 Z6 31 34 a 28 33 38 57. Reconnaissaace (slang) 41 54 57 160 t l 14= 48 19 ~ 2. James American writer 3. fide (Latin) 4. Deteriorate 5. Stereo sound 6. Away from wind 7. Skunks 8. Assure payment of 9. Fidgety (slang) 10. Arab king 11. Greek portico 12. Japanese monetary unit 14. Wraps around 17. Capital of Morocco 21. Ladd, actor 23. Wings 24. Russian country house 25. Scottish resort island 26. Capital of Tibet 27. Good deal 28. Place that Weats addiction 29. Defense 30. Cloth having a 1 30 m 17 I -I 46 crisscross design 35. Call forth 36. Contest of speed 37. Ruler of Iran 40. Slow speech pattern with prolonged vowels 42. Type of party 43. Austere 45. Daughter of your sibling 47. Green vegetable (archaic) 48. Assist in some wrongdoing 49. Hyperbolic cosecant (abbr.) 50. Edible lily bulb 51. Nat or Natalie 52. Native American people 53. Vipers 54. I00 square meters 55. Take in solid food 56. Records that play for about 20 minutes a side (abbr.) II $2 53 2 " m way 59. Fall down 60. Anesthetic 61. Plucked the hemp plant Clues down 1. Decagrams QUAD CITY HERALD EARL E. CROFOOT Earl E. "Hoke" Crofoot. 56, died September 4 at the Colville Tribal Convalescent Center after a five month battle with cancer. He was born April 17, 1945. to Lawrence A. and Willmeta (Pfaffie) Crofoot in Omak. He spent his early childhood on the family farm near Duley Lake on the South Half of the Colville Indian Reservation. He attended school in BrewSter, with a brief time in Waterville and part of a year in Washington, D.C. After high school he married Sue Shatto and they had a daughter, Jill Crofoot Condom now of Kartar Valley. He later married Yvonne Van Brunt and they had two sons. Eric E. Crofoot. now of Boise, Idaho andErnest"Ernie" E. Crofoot, now of Washougal. He then married Lori Cook and raised two stepdaughters, Dalyn Davis, now of Hot Springs, Montana and Codi Frazier, Okanogan. As a young man he was interested in fast cars and participated in stock ear racing around the Northwest. He was interested in flying and piloted both fixed-wing planes and helicopters. He assembled a helicopter from a kit and completely rebuilt a Piper Tri-Paeer, which he hauled home on a trailer in pieces. He always loved rodeo and spent some time as a clown and bullfighter. He spent six years hauling four of children to junior rodeos in the summers and sponsored the Fort Okanogan Junior Rodeo for three years. Because of the dangers involved in rodeo, he studied and became an EMT and helped out at many junior rodeos around Washington State. In later years his main love became horse racing, and he owned and trained horses. He was known for entering whatever he had to make a race go if them weren't enough entries. He won "Leading Thoroughbred Owner of 1997" honors for the British Columbia racing circuit, among other awards, and will be remembered and missed at most race tracks around Washington and British Columbia, ,said his family, For the past 23 years he lived at Monse. He earned his living as a truck driver and heavy equipment operator for several different logging companies around the area. He worked for the Okanogan County Department of Public Works for 12 years, retiring early to spend the last two years of life running his horses. Survivors include his mother, Willmeta Crofoot. Brewster; a special friend, Vicki Reynolds, Chelan; three children and two step-children; sisters Bonnie Dagnon, Hermiston, Oregon, and Lila: five grandchildren, Rachel Crofoot, Txisten Jensen, Trey Jensen, Trevor Jensen and Smith Condon, Jr.; three step- grandchildren, Dallas Davis, and Kaelyn and Krista Marchand, and numerous nieces and nephews. His father, Lawrence A. Crofoot, and a brother, William (Bill) Crofoot, preceded him in death. Funeral services were September 9 at the Okanogan County fairgrounds in the grandstand, with burial following at the Fort Okanogan Cemetery, Monse. The family suggests memorials to the University of Washington Cancer Research Center in Seattle, or any charity. MARJORIE 0VIARGE) ANN ADAMS A memorial service was held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 6, 2001, at St. Helen's Catholic Church in Fresno, California, for Marjode (Marge) Ann Adams, who died September 2, at age 75. Mrs. Adams was born Marjorie Ann Wahle on January 14, 1926, in Lebanon, South Dakota. She graduated from Lebanon High School in 1944. and in 1946 married her husband, Grant Aduns. Together, they owned and operated two restaurants before Grant began a career in hydroelectric power generation, which took them, and their growing family, to work assignments in South Dakota, Montana, and eventually, Bridgeport, Washington. They lived in Bridgeport, where many of Marge's close friends still reside, from 1955 until 1966, when power generation assignments took them to Los Banos. then Fresno. California. Marge was preceded in death by her mother and father, Albert and Agnes Wahle, and her brgthers, Tony and Leo, all of South Dakota. . MrS.: Adaros L 3s a l ge, and Ioying family that survives her. They, include,ho'- husband. Grant of Fresno, California: daughter, Lynda Herrick of Tulare, California; daughter, Pat Hardie, of Wilsonville, Oregon; daughter; Carla Stroh, of Lusk, Wyoming; daughter, Donna Cardenas, of Tulare, California; son, Danny Adams,of Clovis, California; and twelve grandchildren, fourgreat grandchildren, and many friends across the country. She rests at Clovis cemetery, in Fresno, and in the hearts of all that know and loved her. 126 S. Main, Omak, WA 98841 Okanogan/Omak: Family Advocate,40hours per week~ Fastfoodworker,35 hours per week, 9.67 per hour 6 72 per hour Restam'ant cool 30 hours per week, %25 per hoar Cook, 20 hours per week, 7.00 per Waiter/waitress, 20 hours per week, 6.72 per hour Cook institute, 20 hours per week, 7.25 per hour Cashier, 32 hours per week, 6.72 per Fruit packer, 40 hours per week .55 Fence construction, 30 hours per week, 7.00 per hour Diesel Mechanic,40 hours per week, 10.00 per hour Pumper Trk Driver, 40 hours per week, 8.00 per hoar Stickerapplicator,40 hours perweek, 7.00 per hour LPN/RN-nurse, 40 hours per week, 11.00 per hour Registered nurse, 20 hours per week, 14.50 per hour Voc. Rehab. Couns. 40 hours per week, 10.00 per hour Mntl Hlth Courts, 40 hours per week, 30,000.00 per year LPN/RN - n urse, 20 hours per week, 11.00 per hour Reg. Nurse,40 hours per week 14.50 LPN-Nurse, 15 hoursperweek~ 12.00 LPN-nurse,40 hoursper week, 12.00 Registered nurse, 40 per hour, 17.00 Director, 40 hours per week, 65000.00 per year Registered Nurse, 20 hours per week~ 15 D0 per hour Speech pathologist, 40 hours per week 45.00 per Admin. Assistant,40 hours per week~ 10.81 per hour Health nurse, 40 hours per week, 2856.93 per month Electrical engineer, 40 hours per week, 4100,00 per month Teen Coordinator, 32 hoursperweek, 15.00 per hour City Clerk, 40 hours per week, 2850.00 per month Cert nurse aide, 15 hours per week, 7.00 per hour C aregiver, 20,bours per week, 7.00 per hour Desk Clerk, 16 hours per week, 6.72 per hour Nurse Aide, 12 hours per week, 7.00 per hour Nurse Aide, 7 hours pea" week, 7.00 Receptionist. 40 hours per week, 7.28 Brew,qer/Bridgeport: RN-Nurse,40 hours per week~ 15.85 per hour LPN-Nurse,40hoursperweek, 11.90 per hour RN/LPN, 40 hours per week, 13.93 per hoar Sprinklerchanger,24 bores per week~ 6.72 per hour Cert Nurse Aide, 32 hours per weeL 7.47 per hour Cook/Bus Driver, 32 hoursper week~ 8.00 per hour Ch Ud Care Prov, 20 hours per week, 7.00 per hour Tractor Driver, 40 hours per week, TonaskeffOroville: Waiter/waitress, 20 hours per week, 6.72 per hour Restaurant cook, 40 hours per week, 9.00 per hour Physical therapy, 40 hours per week, 20,36 per hour Registered nurse, 40 hours per week, 48,000.00 per year Dinner Cook, 40 hours per week, 7.00 per hour Materials Mgmt,40 hours per week, 12.24 per hour Accountant.40 hourslxzWeek~ 10.59 Teacher assist, 40 hours per week, 7.91 per hour Forklift operator, 40 hours per week, 7.25 per hour Fruit Packer, 40 hours per week, .50 Framer Carpenter,40 hoursl~r week~ 8.00 per hour Fruit Picker, 40 hours per week, 13.00 Cook, 40 hours per week, 7.50 per Winthrop/Twisp: EquipTrac. Mech,40bomsperweek, 10.00 per hour Diesel Mechanic,40hours per week, 10.00 per hour Cook, 40 hours per week, 8.00 per Drywall hanger, 32 hour per week~ 12.00 per hour Grand Coulee: Cert. Nurse Aide, 20 hours per week, 7.00 per hour Bartender, 24 hours per week, 7.00 Railroad Lalxaer,40 bouts per week, 8.00 per hour Auto Body repair, 20 hours per week, 7.00 per hour