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Applications may be obtained in the district office or by calling (509) 689-3418, bid. 3 ext. 254. ltcl2 Full Time Assistant Needed: B rewster Learning Center. H.S. diploma or equivalent, bilingual requried. $1,377.00 a month plus benefits. Send resume lo P.O. Box 2360, Wenatchee, WA 98807. 2tc12 Customer Service Representative for our Brewsler office - Full or Part Time. Knowledge of insurance billing/ medical terminology would be helful but is not required. Please send resume to P.O. Box 156, Brewster, WA 98812. 2tc12 DRIVER Covenant Transport $1,000 sign-on-bonus forexp.company drivers 1 (800)441-4394, owner operators - c,'dl 1 (888)667-3729. Bud Meyer Truck Lines Refrigerated Hauling call toll free 1(877)283-6393, solo drivers & contractors. AVON products. Start your own business. Work flexible hours. Enjoy unlimited earnings. Call toll free: 1(888)561-2866 (Fee). DRIVERS...hiring experienced & inexperienced drivers. Training available! 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Business For Sale: Restaurant and lounge building, land, inventory and equip. Priced to sell. 683-1248. 3tc29 LOCAL CANDY route, 30 vend- ing machines. Earn apx. $800/day. All for $9,995. Call 1 (800)998-VEND. WE'LL SHOW you the money! (Just call our clients!) 3-5 hrs./wk. Prepaid phone card machines. $10,880 req'd. Free info. 1 (800)876-3326. CardMart of America, Inc. We Can Help! Come in and browse through our large selection of: Wedding Invitations Announcements & Accessories ,,,. Quad City ,., Herald rl 689-2507 J t Main Avenue, Brewster B.._' w rD,411 KJF',ajl qt, 'llL MEMORIAL Ful00 HEART FUND Bette Hayes P.O. Box 973 Bridgeport, WA. 98813 Mrs. Horace Smith P.O. Box 621 Brewster, WA. 98812 CANCER FUND American Cancer Society Okanogan County Unit Memorial Program P.O. Box 1569 Omak, WA. 98841 Washington Trust Bank c/o Barbara Dezellem P.O. Box 700 Bridgeport, WA. 98813 OK,-DO. HOSPITAL MEMORIAL FUND Rebekah Farrington P.O. Box 577 Brewsler, WA. 98812 The Quad City Herald participates in a state wide c lassified ad program sponsored by lhe Washington Newspaper Publishers Association, an association of weekly newspapers. It allows classified advertisers to participate in weekly papers throughout the state in compliance with the following rules. 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 run any particular ad accepted by WNPA. WNPA does not guarantee that every ad will be run in every newspaper. WNPA will, on request, for a $25 fee, provide information on which newspapers run a particular ad within a 30 day period. Typographical errors (wrong address, telephone number, name or price) will result in a "make good", in which a corrected ad 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 Quad Ci Herald November 12_ 1998 QUAD CITY tIERALD OBITUARIES Paaa 11 HELIODORO AMUDIO-JASSI Heliodoro Amudio-Jassi, 30, of Brewster, died Wednesday, Novem- ber 4, 1998 at Pateros due to an automobile accident. Heliodoro was born November 27, 1967 the son of Jose Zamudio and Theresa Jassi at Dr. Miguel Silva Michoacan, Mexico. He was employed at Driskell Or- chard part-time and lhe Alaskan Leader Fisheries. He is survived by his brother, Jose Amudio and his sisterLeticiaAmudio, wife, Meagan and two children, Alh,'m and Leticia, all of Brewsler; his par- ents, in Mexico, several brothers and sisters, aunts and cousins, all of Mexico. He was preceded in death by a brother. Services and interment to be held in Mexico. Arrangements by Barnes Chapel, Brewster. NELLIE ALANTA STARZMAN NeilieAlanta Starzman passed away November 8, 1998, at the age of 91 years, 8 months, 0 days, at Valley Care Center in Okanogan. She had lived in Okanogan for the past ten years. She was born March 8, 1907, at Cleveland, Webster County, West Virginia to John and Myrtle Fairbanks Woods. At the age of six months she and per parents with three older brothers moved to Washington, settling in the Cape Labelle area, east of Wauconda. They spent the winter with John's parents until spring, when they took up their own homestead. Nellie's only schooling was at the Cape Labelle School. Nellie married Orel Everett Dorrel, September 3, 1925, in Okanogan. The, lived all of their married life in the Tonasket area. She worked at thinning, picking, and packing apples for many years, later at a dry clean- ing business, and as a cook at a local restaurant. Her husband passed away June 19, 1960, in Tonasket with cancer. On September 17, 1962, she mar- ried Dick Starzman at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. They lived near Brewster on his ranch until his death on May 24, 1978, from a heart attack. She then moved to Riverside to live near her daughter Violet. In 1988 Nellie moved to Valley Care where she has resided until her death. S he is survived by a daughter Vio- let Utt, Riverside; seven grandchil- dren, Barbara Estep and Jim Utt of Riverside, Pamela Perron and Terry Fisher of Spokane, Linda Clark of Mattawa, Glennda Carda, Albany, Oregon, and Ronald Dorrel in Ari- zona; also ten great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Doris Jean Fisher in 1987 in Tonasket, one son Robert Ellis Dorrel in 1994 in Yakima, her par- ants and five brothers and one sister and both husbands. Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. today, Thursday, at River- side Cemetery. Arrangements are by Precht-Harrison Chapel. Quad City Herald has been approved as a legal newspaper by an order duly made and antered in theSuperior Court of the Slate of Washington, for Okanogan County, on ths 7th day of August, 1941; and in the Superior Court of theStala of Washington, for Douglas County, on tha 3rd day of Juna 1952. NOTICE OF PRELIMINARY BUDGET HEARING A preliminary budget hearing for the City of Pateros will be held Monday, November 16, 1998 at the Pateros City Hall at 7:00p.m. toafford citizens the opportunity to provide written or oral comments on the 1999 budget. Copies of the preliminary budget may be obtained from the City Clerk. Pub. Nov. 12, 1998 NOTICE OF CANVASSING BOARD MEETING FOR DOUGLAS COUNTY NOTICE IS .HEREBY GIVEN that the Douglas County Canvassing Board or its designees will meet to process questioned ballots, duplicate ballots and unsigned ballots at 1:30 PM on November 16, 1998 in the Douglas County Courthouse in Waterville, Washington. / The Douglas County Canvassing Botird or its designees will convene on November 18 at 1:30 PM to certify the General Election at the Douglas County Courthouse, Auditor office in Waterville, Washington. Thad L, Duvall, Douglas County Auditor & Ex-O fficio Supervisor of Elections Pub. Nov. 12, 1998 BETTY ANN MOORE Betty Ann Moore, 65, of Methow, passed away due to brief illness in the U. of W. Medical Center on November 2, 1998. She was born, Febrnary 14, 1933, in Hardisty, Alberta, to Bertha and Bernard Williams. After spending her childhood and early teens in Spokane and Creston, Washington, she lived with her Uncle and Aunt Glenn and Hazel. Morehead and their sons, Don, Ellis and Dean, graduating from Manson High School. In 1951 she married David A. Moore at Paleros. Where they made their home and started their family. David and Betty both worked in apple packing warehouses until in 1965 when they purchased and moved to a ranch and 30 acre apple orchard in the Methow Valley. Betty loved her family and friends, the animals, like Nick the dog, Kitcat her cat and the horses on the ranch. She loved her garden and the outdoors, never taking for gmnled the beauty and solitude of the Methow Valley. Survivors include her husband, Dave, who lives at the ranch in Methow; eldest son Mitchell and his wife Johnine who live at the ranch; middle son Randy who also lives at the ranch; and the youngest son Kent, his wife Donna ,and their 3 children Shaun, Mindy and Tyler who all live in Paleros. Also the many wonderful family and friends she was fortunate to have. Betty, would like those fighting cancer, especially women with Breast Cancer, to know, she had her battle won with cancer, but for a fluke infection which ended up luking her from us. Memorial services will be held at the Pateros Cemetery, November 14, 1998, at 11 a.m., with a banquet dinner following at the United Methodist Church of Paleros. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Cenler Foundation of Seattle or "Our House" care of Cancer Care of NCW. ELIZABETH A. "LIZ" BARNES Elizabeth A. 'Liz' Barnes, died on November 6, 1998 at Overlake Hospital in Bellevue. She was born August 13, 1930 in Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada. Elizabeth lived in Bridgeport from 1950 to 1980 where she owned and operated the Chief Joseph Tavern. At that time she was known as Liz Cutler. She married Chuck Barnes on January 18, 1982 and then moved to Spokane and later to lssaquah in 1986. She loved to travel with her husband Chuck, and loved animals. Among her hobbies was crocheting, being with people and cooking. The last eighteen years were the happiest of her life. Elizabeth is survived by her husband, Chuck of Isquah; daughters, Cheryl Combs, Tonasket, Diane Sloan, Auburn, WA; son, Gary Cutler, Redmond, WA. Sisters, Hilda Barrel, Sum merland, B.C., Canada, Rita Loepp, Winnipeg, Maniloba, Canada. Three grandchildren; Nathan Combs, Tonasket, WA., Josh Sloan, Auburn, WA.; Adrienne Von Tagen, Tacoma, WA. Services will be conducted Thursday, November 12, 1998 at 1:00 p.m. at the Green Funeral Home, Bellevue. Interment at Sunset Hills Memorial Park. A reception will follow al the funeral home. Remembrances may be sent to Overlake Hospital Foundation, 1035 ll6th Ave., N.E. #26, Bellevue, WA 98804. Green Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. AUDREY COGAR Audrey Cogar, 52, of Brewster, passed away Wednesday, November 4, 1998, at Sacred Heart Hospital in Spokane. Audrey is survived by Bruce, two daughters Patty of Connei, Washington, and Anita Wright of Kent, Washington; two sons, Richard Shaw and North Fork, Virginia and Brian Shaw of Libby, Montana; and her mother Marie Engle of Methow. A memorial service was held at the Brewster Community Log Church on Wednesday, November 10, 1998. Private interment will follow. ELIZABETH ELLEN "NELLIE" WAGONER Elizabeth Ellen "Nellie" Wagoner passed away November 8, 1998. Nellie was born in Cloquet, MN on June 6, 1915, to parents Roy E. and Gertrude A. (Monroe) Webster. The family moved toOmak when Nellie , was in elementary school and graduated from Omak High School in 192t3. Nellie attended nursing school at St. Anthony's in Wenatchee where she became a registered nurse. She married Harold Wagoner on July 4, 1940, in Omak and they made their first home in Leavenworth, then lived in Seattle and Okanogan before moving to Twisp in 1947. Nellie was a full-time homemaker and mother. She was a member of St. Genevieve's Catholic Church in Twisp, the parish Altar Society, a local hobby club and the Children's Orthopedic guild. Nellie is survived by three children, Roy and his wife Deanna, Hood River, Oregon; daughters, Launie and husband Darrell McCarty of Omak and Julie and husband Bill Wehmeyer of lssaquah; eight grandchildren, Nell, Hope and Jason Wagoner, Shawna Paul, Holly Stanley and Matt McCarty and Kristi and Todd Wehmeyer; one great grandson Brett McCarty. Also surviving are two brothers, Dr. Roy Webster, Omak and Roger Webster, Brewster. Preceding her in death were her mother and father, Roy and Gertrude Webster, her husband Harold, one son Gregory, and two brothers Dr. Bruce J. Webster and Frank Webster. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association, 4414 Woodland Park Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98103. Mass of Chrislian burial was held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Genevieve's Catholic Church in Twisp. Interment will be al Beaver Creek Cemetery. Arrangements are by Precht-Harrison Chapel. OLA LUCILLE LAMBERSON Ola Lucille Lamberson, 81, a long lime resident of Brewster area, passed away Wednesday, November 4, 1998 at Evergreen Hospice in Kirk/and, WA of cancer. She was born June 10, 1917 in Timbo, Arkansas the daughter of Walter and Myrtle Bramhall. She married Onvie Bane in 1936 and was widowed in 1944, she was left to raise three children. September of 1951 she moved to Bridgeport and was employed at the Crane and Magi apple sheds. She married Francis Lamberson in 1962. He preceded her in death in 1982. She is Survived by her son, Ronald Bane of Lacey; two daughters, Gwen Edwards of Kirkland and Sherry Hansford of Issaquah; two sisters, Madge Hill and Mabel Taylor both of Wichita, Kansas; a brother, Leon Bramhall of Longton, Kansas; nine grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren and two great- great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two husbands, a son and a brother. Services were conducted Monday, November 9, 1998 at 11 a.m. from Barnes Chapel, Brewster with Donn Piew, officiating. Interment at the Brewster Cemetery. Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. RAFAEL "RAY" PEREZ URUTIA Rafael 'Ray' Perez Urutia, 71, of Brewster, died Monday, November 2, 1998 at The Dalles, Oregon, due to an auto accident. He was born September 9, 1927 the son of Florentine and Carlota (Perez) Urulia at Phoenix, AZ. He was employed in agriculture ,and worked on construction. On February 14, 1952 he married Susan Johnson at Reno, NV. They moved to Brewsler where they had resided for the past 41 years. Susan preceded him in death in June of 1998. He is survived by his mother, Carlata Ruiz of Goshen, CA; a daughter, Missy Ruiz of Alpine, TX; several brothers and sisters, Carlos Ruiz of San Jose, CA; Nicolas Ruiz of Sun Ville, CA; Jerry Ruiz of Visalia, CA; Virginia Castro of Visaiia, CA; Angie Ayala of Los Gatos, CA; Matilda Gonzolos of Visa/is, CA; Mary Lou Ruiz of San Jose, CA. Services were conducted at Wednesday, November 11,10 a.m. at the Barnes Chapel, Brewster with Pastor Ray Kemnitz and Pastor Dodie Kemnitz co- officiating. Interment to follow at the Pateros Cemetery. Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel in Brewsler. liiii!iii00;iiiii00;0000i000000iiiiliiiiliiii!i!iiii[b IEgl- 100'1: .................................................................. /