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IANUARY 4, 1945 CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH" "The Friendly Church" REV. R. M. LEWIS, Pastor Sunday School ............. :....10 A.M. Morning Service .............. 11 A.M. Evening Service ................ 8 P.M. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Wednesday ........ 8 P.M. j-- -. -UAmlogy is 0nly egotism wrong __ _ =. =, "side ouL . 7: HERALD.REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON KERMIT J. STENNES SOCIAL SECURITY "- -  ' 't ...... __ _ ....... __'_. _3___ ' ...... = REPORT GIVEN ! BREWSTER RALLY HELD t SHOE SALES s, James During 194-4 the District Field ........ A Office of the Social Security NIW mnT BREWSTER CAN WAIT[ mscoeAL,00v oo,oo00CHURCH,,00o Board located at 315 Post Office &ll VV k7 IV J. LAk7 - ) Vicar Bldg. at Yakima, Wash., process ... ............... New Year's Day sunshine and ed 463 claims for Federal Old Age and Survivor's Insurance benefits. This represents an in- crease of y02 claims over 1943. New claims awarded in Decem- ber add up to 63; and were dis- tribuVed by county as follows: Yakima 20; Chelan 11; Kittitas 8; Benton 4; Okanogan 7; Doug- las 3. A total of 10,400 workers in these six counties obtained origin al Social Security cards through the Yakima office in 1944; 4,- 050 were supplied with duplicate cards; 1,207 women had their cards reissued in their married name. Anton R. Boettcher, manager of the Yakima Field office, states that he exlectS a sharp rise in the number if applications for bene- fits in 1945. This is because many older wage earners who were not fully qualified prior to the war have now acquired a fully insur- ed status; and because many of the wives of these older wage earners are past 65 years of age and also eligible. In addition these will be many claims for benefits from the Sur- vivors of Service Men who have given their lives for their coun- try. The things which no man can advertise successfully are the un- deserving things. Will be in the Pateros Insurance & Investment Co. office, for three or four days per week to assist taxpayers in preparing tax returr See - or phone for appointment. t Get Yours Done Early ATTENTION! Now Is The Time To Have Your Repair- ing And Other Work Done. EXPERT WORKMANSHIP Mrs. Bertha a Wn- atchee visitor l astturday. Mr. and Mrs. Holzhauser were guests Nw Years at the Ray Warner home. Mr. and Ir: Iarold Christen- son and children of Twisp were' Sunday visitors at the Fries home. Mr and Wbi00n00- er were Wenae visitors last Saturday. /. 7 Lynn Runyon. spent last weeh visiting at the Rev. Lewis home in Tonasket. . Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Underwood are visiting Brewster friends this week. : d .fs p Audree le ent the week end in W6chee visiting Miss Lois Lee. Ralph Rt;ner r;tuned Sunday from Spokane where he had den- tal work done. Zora Hol;hause;, who is taking nurses training at Olympia, silent the week end visiting at the Ray Warner home. near Spokane for several/days. Mr and Mrs T0dd Mr. and Mrs: Karlendennin at- tended the lk's/Ne, Year Party in Wtnatchee Saturday night. Arriving on "Deember 20 and named Eileen Ann, a Seven pound daughter was born to Mr. and J Mrs. Corge Mosby at the Omak Hospital. $ Mrs. A. J: Cutts; who has been visiting Mrs. Cora Gamble for the past several weeks, left last week to visit her daughter at Banning, California. Mr. and ]rs.schas.lGebhers and Rolert Manieke of Pateros; My- ron Munson, Genelle Wagg and Mary Albin of Brewster were New Year dinner guests at the Cora Gamble home. Aviation ------Iachinist'MaVe 2e El- don and Mrs. Johnson left last week after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson for two days. moderated temperature proved a boon to the delegates attending the sectional rally of the Full Gospel Church in BrewsVer, where the Rev. W. M. Burnside is pastor. By 2 P.M. cars began to arrive from Spokane, Wenatchee, Omak, Tonasket, Chelan, Leavenworth and intervening points. Soon each of the 134 seats were filled an}t extras were placed in the aisles. Time slipped away as on wings hile songs of devotion and of thanksgiving ascended to heaven. Holy Communion was served, just before Rev. Wilson gave an able message from the Word. Sandwiches and coffee, chili beans and salads were served as a buffet lunch at 5:30, each fam- ily having contributed a basket for the occasion. Cakes and jellies proved abundant for all and were also sufficient for the "snack," bfore leaving for home after the evening service which completed a. very happy and profRable day of fellowship. i Farmers Get Break Under New System Farmers should gain a new VALLEY MACHINE & WELDING WORKS PHONE 4F2 jtrRS, PROP. PATEROS, WASH. Word is that lIrs: Joe Syder marketing advantage under a new had a varalytic stroke a1 her home [ method which wholesalers of fresh nar Monse, Sunday, and is quite fsrei s ndrivegtabesei?iust no: ill. g g g P , s I accordng to word received by the Howard Zimmerman, who has I Washington AAA commttee. the Zimmerman Radio Shop in Ok- Under a directive issued ,by the anogan, was a Bewster visitor office of econgmic stabilization, Monday. Wholesalers will be required to add * : their mark-up to the cost instead Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thrapp and of to the farmers' ceiling in de- ,children have been visiting the termining wholesale ceiling prices. ,Clyde Dowell family at Dishman, This action will not be effectve, however, until present OPA regu- lations can be revised. The new method is expected to shorten th price spread between the. farmer and consumer, and may increase the amount of fruits and vegetables farmers are able to sell: TRUNK SPRAYING GETS THE MOTHS Trunk spraying of fruit trees to control codling moth was one CARIBOU THEATRE of the n,w methods of pest con= trol discussed at the recent meet- ing of the Washington State Her- o ticultural Association, repdrts Dr. .,o C. Snyder, Extension horti- LAS BrT * eulturist at the sta College of Washington. " " M.A. Yothers, USDA entomolo- gist who reported on this method, said four pounds of Dinitro-Ortho- Cresol and 10 gallon's of stove oil THURSDAY JANUARY 4 SIDNEY GREENSTREET AND ZACHARY SCOTT IN THE MASK OF DIMITKIO PLUS THE FEATURE mixed with several other ingred- ients and sprayed on the trunks and scaffold branches of mature bearing .apple trees in March kill- ed from 85 to 95 per cent of the overwintering codling moth larva. Reducing codling moth popula- tion by this simple method will greatly reduce the percentage of wormy apples, .said M. Yothers. The difficulty of controlling the codling moth is closely associabed the overwintering popuIa- GOOD NIGHT, SWEF.THFART WITH ROBERT LIVINGSTON AND RUTH TEIRRY Plus Short Subject | FRI.- SAT. JAN. 5 - 6 ANNE BAXTER AND THOMAS MITCHELL IN THE SULLIVANS Plus Cartoon, Serial ' And  News JAN, 7 8 " * " radio repaired now. Boward Ziau-  ROBERT WALKERAND DONNA RF..ED IN mermen, phone 207, Okanogen. C WANTED r Position as orchard foreman, 25 years experience, wges and percentage. Write Box 11 x, Malott, Wash. 6tp28 F()R SALE: 2935 Ford coupe, tires good. Call Bridgeport 18R: ltc FOR SALE: About 30 tons of hay. Five miles up Twisp River. Roy. Mallard, Twisp. 2tp12 WANTED: Load slabwood at once. Will pay ceiling pric. See Mr. Burnside at the church, ltp F "SMITH FUNERAL HOME PEARNE SMrFH Licensed Funeral Director PHONE 421 PATEROS SEE HERE, PRIVATE HARGROVE Plus Cartoon And News WED.-THURS. JAN. 10- 11 JEAN ARTHUR AND JAMES STEWART.IN YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU PLUS THE FEATURE CANDLELIGHT IN ALGERIA Your locl representative for STANgARD of CALIFORNIA WITH JAMES MASON AND CARLA LEHMANN Plus Short Subjec A brightly machined piston looks as slick as glass. But see it through a microscope: That snaggle-t0othed saw edge can rip gouges in cylla- der walls in a flash. That's wh7 you use motor oil to keep cylinder and piston apart. And that's why you need an oil "RPM'; one that won't leave bare spots, by crawling awa7 irom high engine heat, or draining into the crankcase when the engine's idle. Special compounding makes RPM Motor Oil cling stubbornly to hot or cold metal surfaces. Now, when cars and parts are precious---switch to RPM Mo- tor Oil, and change it every 1000 miles---right on the dot[ THERRIAULT AND DARLINGTON WHOLESALE DEALERS PHONE 232 Pateros, Washington There is no reason to use all your shoe stamps now, OPA said the first of the week. Airplane stamps 1, 2, 3 are still good and no expiration date has been set on them. No stamps, except old food stamps have been cancelled and no other commodity is affected. Shoe stocks in most stores are sufficient to redeem all the shoe stamps in the hands of their cus- tomers. To use up all sliDe stamps now would cause a run on the stores creating hardships on the mer- chants, causing an unnecessary and annoying shortage in many sizes and styles and limiting the customer's selection, merchants agreed. Supplies Are Good "Shoe supplies are adequate. No one need worry about not be- ing ible to get shoes for outstand- ing stamps," Everett Nordstrom of Nordsrom's Shoe Stores, de- dared in Seattle last week end. "We have more shoes on order than we did this time last year." "Our stocks are coming in .day after day. In a couple of weeks we will have a btter selection than now," commented Pesse- ITliers. "We have more shoes on order .than ever before. We anticipate enough shoes for every stamp," was the report from Frederiek & Nelson. HOME ON VISIT Miss Florence' Warner, who is a rerse at the Swedish Hospital in Seattle, spent a day in Brew- ste r last week visiting her par- ent, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Warner, and her brother Fred. She was able to get only one day off to make the trip but availed herself of the Olrportunity to visit here and ae her brother who is on fur- lough HOME : FOR VISIT Lt. Thomas K. Welborn was home last week end on 24 hour leave from Aloe Field, Vicria, Texas. He visaed at the home "of his larents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Welborn and at the home of his brother, Ken" Welborn. Nutmeg and mace come from the sam tropical tree. Mace is the olnge-red fleshy grwth be- tween the nutmeg shell and the outehusi. , Services v,t 8 o'clock each Sus- day evening. , ,[ , _ ,...., , ,, Methodist Church Phone 133 Rev. Stewart F. E. Sparrow Patems Morning Service at I0 A.M. Sunday School at 11 A.M. Young Peoples' Meeting at 6:30 P.M. Evening Service at 7:30 P.M. Choir Practice at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesday I PAGE 5 THE CHURCH OF CHRIST Pateros Sunday School at 10 A.M. I:ible ady at 11 A.M. David Nickell, leader Communion at 12 Noon. FULL GOSPEL MISSION W. M. BSIDE Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School at 10 A.M. Morning Worship at 11 A.M. Evening Worship at 7:30 P.M. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 P.M. i | l But it wasn't so exfravagan+ as it seemed. Hats were bigger +hen- and also fewer, Today, Mo+her ges many more haCs for her money. It's +he same wife electric bills. If yours .is .about te same as years ago, it's because you are enloymg so . many more electric conveniences now. And you're get- ring far more electricity for your money +ban you ever did before- about twice as much as you did 15 years ago. Fur+hermore, the cos+ of electrici+y has s+ayed down while war has sent other costs cllmb|ng. Hard work and careful business management by your riends in this company will continue to make e!ec+ric]+y dependable and cheap--one of +e big bargains of all time. * Hr NIILSON I]DDY b, "The Eleark Ho,r." NOW e*ry $,dy ,oo,, Z:JO pro, StatiOn KFIf. ,y- . t s The Washington Water Power Co. A SELF-SUPPORTING, TAX-PAYING BUSINESS ENTERPRISE , I | I II I "11 ......