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A summary of the con- tent of said Ordinance, consisting of the title, provides as follows: AN ORDINANCE OFTHE CITY OF BRIDGEPORT, WASHING- TON, AUTHORIZING AN IN- CREASE IN THE GENERAL PROPERTY TAX LEVY AND AN INCREASE IN THE AMOUNT ALLOWED UNDER THE NEW CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENTS AND STATE ASSESSED PROPERTY PRO- VISIONS OF RCW 84.55.010; LEVYING THE GENERAL TAXES FOR THE CITY OF BRIDGEPORT FOR THE FIS- CAL YEAR COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 1999, ON ALL PROPERTY, BOTH REAL, PER- SONALAND UTILITY IN SAID CITY WHICH IS SUBJECT TO TAXATION FOR THE PURPOSE OFPAYING SUFFICIENT REV- ENUE TO CARRY ON THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS OF SAID CITY FOR THE ENSU- ING YEAR AS REQUIRED BY LAW; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. The full text of this Ordinance will be mailed upon request. DATED this 23rd day of November, 1998. CITY CLERK, PAT GORDON Pub. Dec. 3, 1998 SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 98-507 of the City of Bridgeport, Washington On the 23rd day of November, 1998, the City Council of the City of Bridge- port, Washington, passed Ordinance No. 98-507. A summary of the con- tent of said Ordinance, consisting of the title, provides as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRIDGEPORT, WASHING- TON, ADOPTING A FINAL BUD, GET PURSUANTTO RCW 35A'.331075 OR THE FIS'CAL  YEAR COMMENCING JANU- ARY l, 1999,ANDESTABLISH- ING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. The full text of this Ordinance will be mailed upon request. DATED this 23rd day of November, 1998. CITY CLERK, PAT GORDON Pub. Dec. 3, 1998 NOTICE OF FINAL BUDGET HEARING A final budget hearing for the Town of Mansfield will be held Tuesday, December 8, 1998 in the City Hall at 7:00 PM to afford citizens the op- portunity to provide written or oral comments on the 1999 budget. Cop- ies of the budget may be obtained from the City Clerk. Pub. Nov. 26, Dec. 3. 1998 NOTICE OF EQUALIZATION THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE METHOW-OKANOGAN RECLAMATION DISTRICTWILL MEETAT4:00 P.M. ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1998 AT THE OFFICE OF CUSTOM APPLE PACKERS TO'EQUALIZE THE WATER ASSES S MENT ROLLFOR THE YEAR 1999. CELESTE BUSH, SECRETARY BOARD OF DIRECTORS Pub. Nov. 26, Dec. 3, 1998 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN The Board of Directors of the Brewster Flat Irrigation District will meet at 1:30 p.m., December I I at the office of the Irrigation District to equalize the water assessment for the year of 1999. Pub. Nov. 26, Dec. 3, 10, 1998 NOTICE OF ELECTION THE METHOW-OKANOGAN RECLAMATION DISTRICTWILL HOLD AN ELECTION ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1998 FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING TWO DIRECTORS FOR A THREE YEAR TER M. THE POLLS WILL BE OPEN FROM 8:00A.M. UNTIL 5:00 P.M. ATTHE OFFICE OF CUSTOM APPLE PACKERS. ANY WATER USER WHO IS QUALIFIEDAND WISHES TO RUN MAY ACQUIRE A DEC- LARATION OF CANDIDACY FROM THE SECRETARY, CELESTE BUSH. 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Thursday, Dec. 3 - Ham & beans, pickled beets, green salad,cornbread, pears. Monday, Dec. 7 - Salisbury steak, washed potatoes, spinach, bread, fruit whip. Tuesday, Dec. 8 - Fried chicken, potato salad, peas an d carrots, bread, orange. Thursday, Dec. 10- Ham andcheese sandwiches, chicken vegetable soup, cole slaw, applesauce. Lunch is served in the Center on until summer the once-a-month potlucks will be held at the Center starting at 5:30 p.m. General Membership Meetings The General Membership meet- ings are held on the third Tuesday of the month beginning at 11 a.m. 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. Music, Music, Music The Center is having "special" music every Thursday. Come Monday, Tuesday.andThursdayand join us. is open to anyone overage 60, mere- Medical Supplies ber or not. Individuals under the age Seniors, the Center now has m is- of 60 can also eat (would be helpful cellaneous medical supply items for if they called in first), the price of loan out-wheelchairs,crutches.bed $5.20. rails, and other items. Pinochle Friday night's card party at the Center had a turn out of 15. Lois Saint, high; Nettle Hannum, low; PeterBuckingham, traveler; Opal Clark, door prize. Holiday Celebration The Center's Christmas party will be Tuesday, December 22. Singing and gift exchange are also on the agenda for a happy holiday time. Come dressed in your party clothes. Potluck Party The Center holds a potluck party on the third Wednesday of every month, come join the fun. From now Join Us The Senior Center offers Quad City area seniors many opportuni- 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 Friday of the month and the pro- ceeds go toward maintaining the Center. Sometimes due to holi- days the monthly pancake feed is not held. The city of Pasadena, California derives Its name from an Indian word meaning "valley between the hills." Kitchen Crafts For Kids This Holiday Season (NAPS)Help your kids beat Baking is a great activity to let the winter doldrums by encourag- kids exercise their imagination as ing them to get creative in the they measure, mix, roll and shape kitchen this holiday season, their own treats. With the follow- Quad City Herald OBITUARIES JACK M. CHOPLIN Jack M. Choplin, 43, of Brewster died Saturday, November 28, 1998 in the Central Washington Hospital at Wenatchee. Jack was born January 1, 1955 the son of Ernest W. and Frances Joan (Ward) Choplin Jr, at Mt. Vernon, Ohio. He moved with his family to Marysville, CA where he attended school and grad uated from the Marysville High School. Jack has lived in Brewster for the past four years and was employed with Magi as an equipment operator. He is survived by his parents, Ernest and Joan of Marysville, CA; a brother, Ernest W. Choplin III of Marysville, CA; two sisters, Cindy Connoily of Spokane, Michele Choplin of Marysville, CA. 6 nieces and nephews. Special friends, Roger and Sue St. Clair of Brewster. Graveside services were conducted Wednesday, December 2, 1998 at 10 a.m. at the Brewster Cemetery with Pastor Stan Beerman officiating. Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. ADRIAN RILEY BELLEW Adrian Riley Bellew passed away at birth November 25, 1998, the daughter of Clifton and Dorcie Bellew of Halsey, Oregon. Services were held November 28, 1998, at Sandridge Cemetery, Albany, Oregon. She is survived by her parents; great grandmothers Ina Shockley of Seneca, Missouri, and Helen Smith of Shedd, Oregon; grandparents Rich- ard and Shirley Bellew of Shedd, Oregon, and Lionel and Joyce Wilson of Pateros; uncles and aunts, Rob and Dixie Hansen of Shedd, Oregon, Edwin and Elizabeth Easter of Crestwell, Oregon, Jord and Kerri Wilson, Jerry and Audry Easter, Jan, Joshua, Emma, Tamsin, Petra, Gideon and Abram Wilson all of Pateros. MAX ALBERT NOLLMEYER Max Albert Nollmeyer, 84, a life-time Withrow at'ca wheat farmer and cattle rancher, died Sunday afternoon, November 29, 1998, at Regency Manor Care Center in Chelan following a sudden illness. He was born November 26, 1914, northwest of Withrow to Walter and Bertha (Irmer) Nollmeyer Sr. He received his early education at Sunset View School and started farming for his father when he was a young boy with a team of horses He married Lucille Marie Armstrong on June 20, 1939, at Waterville. They made their home northeast of Withrow on the Laurits and Christine Scholer farmstead where he farmed until ill health forced him to retire in 1994. Mr. Nollmeyer was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Spokane, National Farmers Organization and the Washington Cattleman's Organization. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Paul (Berthella J.) Hein of Reardon and Mrs. Ray (Etta L.) Lillquist of Mansfield; two sons, James R. Nollmeyer of Reardon and Phillip J. Nollmeyer of Davenport; two brothers, William Noilmeyer of Withrow and Elmer Noilmeyer of Spanaway; 17 grandchil- dren and 10 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Lucille in 1983; three brothers, Walt, Oscar and Karl; two sisters, Mrs. Jack (Charlotte) Haarman and Mrs. Ray (Gertrude) Hamby; three nephews, Keith, Craig and Terr Nollmeyer; one great niece Tine Cox and two grandchildren, Scott and Peter Noilmeyer. If desired memorials may be made to the Trinity Lutheran Church in Spokane or to the Mansfield Ambulance fund. Funeral services will be held a 1 p.m. Friday at the Waterville United Lutheran Church, Pastor Terrel Kesterman of Spokane Trinity Lutheran Church in Spokane officiating. Arrangements are by the Waterville Funeral Home. EUNICE M. COOPER .... Eunice M. Cooper, 62, a forty-four year resident of Manson. died Friday, November 27, 1998, at her home following a brief illness. She was born September 19, 1936, in Omak, the daughter of Benjamin and Myrtle (Springer) Davis. She attended schools there and later moved to Manson where she was graduated from Manson High School in 1955. On December 11, 1954, she was married to Jack Cooper at Manson. For several years she was seasonally employed with local apple firms. For the past eight years, shehfid been employed at Wapato Point. She was a member of Missionary Baptist Church at Manson. Survivors include here husband, Jack, of the home; three sons, Bill, of Post Falls, Idaho, Rick, of Brewster, Terry, of Manson; two sisters, Myrle Phillips, of Moses Lake, and Fern Pishion, of The Dalles, Oregon; six grandchildren, Rachel Cooper, Bryan Cooper, Brent Cooper, Willie Coo- per, Ryan Cooper, and Ryan Herman Cooper. She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers and two sisters. Services were conducted Wednesday, December 2, 1998, at 2 p.m. from Precht Rose Chapel with Mr. Meredith Jeffries officiating. Interment will follow at Fraternal Cemetery. Visitation was Tuesday. Services under direction of Precht Rose Chapel, Chelan. Dacembar 3. 1998 Papa 11 Create Untraditional Holiday Wreaths (NAPS)--'Tis the season to make new traditions. While evergreen boughs trim- med with bows and ornaments remain the traditional holiday dec- oration, the'HIA (Hobby Industry Association) offers these tips to create fabulous and fun "untradi- tional" holiday wreaths: Cut 10 mitten shapes from W' thick plastic fbam. Cover with and glue on colored fabric. Glue the shapes on an artificial wreath with mitten wrists fhcing toward center. Decorate with buttons, bows, lace, et cetera. Paint a snowman's face and shoulders onto the crown and bot- tom third of the brim of a straw hat. Paint the rest of' the brim blue with dots ot' snow. Add but- tons, bows, a scarf and a one- dimensional tblt-top hat. Wrap 12 thin, rectangular pieces of plastic tbam in metallic gift-wrapping paper. Adorn with metallic ribbons and place spheri- cally around the plastic foam wreath and glue in place. For additional tips and craft projects, visit your local craft store or the i-craft.corn wet) site. ing kitchen crafts fl'om the Land O'Lakes Holiday Bakeline, your kids will have hours of fun baking up their own masterpieces. Discover the artist in your children by supplying them with a paintbrush, icing and butter cook- ies. Videotape them while they pre- tend to be a star on a cooking show. Challenge your children to make a gingerbread family that looks just like your own. Use col- orful sprinkles and icing to deco- rate, then take a picture of family members holding their ginger- bread twin. Recruit your kids to help put together a family cookbook. Include everyone's favorite holiday recipes and follow a theme like "The 12 Days of Christmas" throughout the book. Kids can decorate the pages with pictures or stories about how each recipe has become a family favorite. Make copies for relatives and friends. Celebrate the season with your children by helping them bake cookie pops--a fun treat to share with family and friends. Holiday Cookie Pops 1 cup all-purpose flour /z cup LAND O LAKES Butter, melted //4 cup honey 1 pound (2.25-ounce) pack- age yellow or chocolate cake mix 2 eggs Decorator sugars and candies Wooden craft sticks Heat oven to 375 degrees. In large bowl, combine all ingredients except decorator sugars and wooden sticks. Stir until well mixed. Shape dough into l-inch balls; roll in decorator sugars. Place 2 inches apart on cookie sheets. Bake for 8 to 10 min- utes or until edges are very lightly browned. Immediately and careful- ly insert wooden sticks half- way into side of each cookie. Cool 1 minute; remove from cookie sheets. Makes 4 dozen A call to the Land O'Lakes Holiday Bakeline at 1-800-782- 9606 will provide you with more kitchen craft ideas, recipe sugges- tions and helpful baking advice. The Bakeline is staffed with expert home economists ready to ensure a successful baking experi- ence is had by all. It is open seven days a week from November I to December 24, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (CST). All callers will receive a free copy of "The Joy of Holiday Baking" recipe leaflet. / ! t ,