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HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON PAGE 5 i m i i , i i liD im [ .JANUARY 18, 1945 _ ._ r , . ,, . . , Methodist Church Phone 133 Rev. Stewart F. E: Sparrow Pateres " Morning 'Service at 10 A.M Sunday School at 11 A.M. Young Peoples' Meeting at 6:30 P.M. Evening Service at 7:30 P.M. Choir Practie at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesday SMITH FUNERAL HOME PEARNE SMITH . Licensed Funeral Director P 4ONE 421 PATEROS _, , , St James , EPISCOPAL CHLRCH REV. GORDON LII Vicar d S'rvie. es at 8 o'clock ea Sua- aaY_...e -emng. 1 CON." GRECTION.IL % , CHURCH "The;, Friendly Church" REV. R i.. M. LEWIS, Past f ., L f J , , " ' Sunday Sch,,ol 10 AM Morn.rag Se.rvic e .............. 11 AM. Evening Ser,__ Q Prayer Meetmt .... ,- -.- ana mine Study Wedne'2.clay 8 PI , . - ........ WANT A TANK? WE BUILD EM ! We guarantee them to hold bailed hay and will drink all they leak if tested with beer. . We Build Electric Welded Steel Tanks For All Purposes And To Suit Your Speci- fications. SPRAY TANKS OIL STORAGE TANKS O GASOLINE TANKS Let Us Consider Your Tank Problems VALLEY MACHINE & WELDING SHOP PHON 54F2" PATEROS, WASH. BUILDING HATEI00IAL CEDAR SHINGLES No; l'& 2, lff' TRUCK BED FLOORING 1 x6 T&G Vertical Grain Fir) STRUCTURAL TIMBERS, All Sizes ZONOLITE INSULATION CONCRETE LAUNDRY TRAYS, Com- plete with swing faucet, trap and stand WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF LUMBER, PLUMBING, ROOFING, INSULATION, SASH & DOORS, LIME, PLAS- TER, PAINT, BRICK, MOULDING, ETC. WE DO CONTRACTING DON C. MATHERS, INC. CHELAN PHONE 73J WAYNE ANDERSON MAC C. COX J WELCOME, FRIENDS, TO OAKS' CASH STORE PATEROS, WASH. "" HIGH QUALITY GROCERIES , FEEDS MEATS SERVE YOURSELF AND SAVE ** ELDON E.. HALL, MANAGER BREWSTgR NEWS NOTES , , _ . _ , Ea'nest O was a business visit- or in Okanogan Tuesday. Mr. and re. C. R. Gilden were in town from the Methow Monday. C'ok" " " George o and family were Okanogan visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Irs Ceats Key visit- ed friends in Omak over the week end. Mr. and lr. ;. R. Albin are in Cashmere to visit Mr. Albin's brother who is I1. Mr. and *Mr:. Ellis Peele and son Ray visited with relatives at Mansfield last Sunday. G. L. Wil on made a trip 1;o Se- attle the first of the week to re- *urn with stock rueks. iVIr  *M ;hi: Peele and son Ray visited with relatives aml friends at Mansfield last Sunday. A. R. Vernon made a business trip' to Wenatchee the first o the week. FARM, CENSUS FOLK ! - NEEDED An urgent appeal for addition- al enumerators,to assist in taking the 1945-Census of Agriculture in Okanogan County was issued today by Capt. Joseph P. Keller, local supervisor for the Bureau of the Census, Dpartment of Commerce. A number of vacancies for the census field force in this county must be filled at once in order to assure the completion of the field work before the deadline for reporting results to the Washing- ton office of the Census Bureau for inclusion in the nationwide to- tals.urgently needed by the Fed- eral Government. Separate reports will also be issued for each coun- ty and state totals will be pub- lished for each state. Applicants for appointment as enumerators are urged by Capt. Keller to get in touch with him by mail this week at Census head- quarters for this district which are 721 Peyton Bldg., Spokane, or if they prefer, they may writ to him in care of the Cariboo Inn ^4- gtl ....... tr Mr. and 1;Ira? R? W. Weeks ar )f vsiting relatives in Spokane an, rs Couer d'Alene this week. le $ $ $ $ 1] John Lawless left last week t i:'. spend a month's vacation in varl a ous coast towns, i g $ $ $ W. C. Sparks, father of Leer r- Le ard Sparks, arrived here fro2 d Hamilton Wash. a week ago fc a visit. The Rev "00rL 00ewis an Mrs. K. P. Millberry were Su] day dinner guests of Mr. and Mr R. C. Wanamaker. Mrs. Max *Marclesseau le: Tuesday for Chewelah to visit h parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Par] er for a week. Mrs. Cha; War and two chil ran joined Pvt. Chas. "Ward at army cmp in North Carolina r eently. Mr. and Mr: C*eci; Moore az Mr. Moore's mother were busine visitors in Wenatchee Wedne day. Dr. and ]rs7 Harvey Cooper Wenatchee and Wm. Cooper. Winthrop were visitors in Bre ster last week. John Gelbe;s, %; and M] Wm. Pulsipher and M. MI Mu son attended the AAA meeting Okanogan last Thursday. fom wiC and Eugene laLei left the first of the week for SI kane where they took a pre-i duction physical examination. Horace C;ok*of%:bton, Was former Pateros business man, visiting in Brewster the first he week Mr. and Irs H*. G*. Hawthor plan to leave today to spend month with relaives and frien in California. Mrs. Myrtle Gamble, Mrs. So Hull and Pvt. Robert Gamble" ited relatives in Mansfield l week. Clarence Vard eft'recently  Seattle where he will be emplo until, spring and then will ret to work for he Gamble Lumt Co. Miss Dee %11n o]nson of nasket, is here to clerk in 1 Washington Water Power Co. rice when Miss Laura Lee ) Daniel takes a leave of abse later this month Mr. and *MRS. Iik'e Veola cently moved from Brewster Coulee City, where they have p chased a home. He. has the c, tract for carrying the mail tween the two towns. $ $ $ $ Mrs. Robert Bonzon and dau ter. Sharon, arrived Sunday fz Seattle to visit friends and r tives in Brewster for sveral d Mrs. Bonzon is the former Jea] Gillespie. Mrs. Verne North*and dau m --$ ter, Sharon, have moved tI household goods to the Ra North home in Monse and h left for Texas where they will side near a military camp to near Corporal Verne Nort . Ralph North'drove-- ----to Spok Friday to bring back Mr. and Louis Munson to Brewster w. the latter visited a the Cora G ble home before going to t] home in Okanogan. Mr. Mun is recovering from a recent eration in Spokane. A group of ladies from Br ster attended a meeting, Fri afternoon, of the St. Margar Guild at the home of Mrs. Fre in Pateros. In the party were A. B. Tarbell, Mrs. G. C. Bra] Mrs. Iertha Sears, Mrs. R. Downing, and Miss Nona Fox. r- :y S- .5 ,n- Eggs to be beaten should be moved from the refrigerator time to cool to room temperat as they will whip up better pinch of salt will make n foam. Deputy Collector Will Give Help To Taxpayers A Deputy Collector of Intern- al Revenue will be at the Pateros InsuXance Co. office at Patros onJanuary 24, to give dvice and assistance to taxpayers in the preparation of their income tax returns. There will be no charg for this service. There is something sacred about wages--they represent-homes and families and domestic destinies. On the cost sheet, wages are mere figures; out in the world wages are bread boxes and coal bins, babies' cradls and childrens' edu- cation, family comforts and con- tentment. . , , , FULL GOSPEL MISSION W. M. BURNSIDE Pastor SUNDAY S E RVICJ':S Sunday School at i0 A.M. Morning Worship at 11 A.M. Evening Worship at 7:30 P.M. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 P.M. KEEP FAITH i wi/00 #s- ! ..WAR BONDS ad an d rS. ys ee nr on vs. 8 of his C. to tan ,nd me md ey ors ,rnl tile ;er. in- of the r of is. nk tta dn Be IN, IN )ur m- all. tfe ed- 'in- )15 F_ or- lew ill- lgs, ull ad- ,Led. 18, p18 Civic League Notes The Brewster Civic Deague will be held at the home of Mrs. Howard on January 18. The re- port of the last meeting was too late for the paper. Mrs. Burnside was guest speak- er and gave a very informative as well as interesting talk on "The Women of China." Delicious rer freshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Hawthorne. Ten members were present. Don't be too sure. All the facts in the case are none too many. THE CHURCH OF CHRIST Patero Sunday School at 10 A.M. Bible Study at 1.1 A.M. David Nlekell, leadsr Communion at 12 Noon To correct three national weak- nesses in our meals, we must eat more raw vegetables, use more milk or milk products and increase servings of citrus fruits or toma- toes. CARIBG U THE_ATRE LAST TIMES TONiGHT THURSDAY JAN. 18 JOE E. BROWN AND JUNE HAVOC IN CASANOVA IN BURISQUE SECRETS00 OF SCOTLAND YARD . P us Short Subject , FRI. SAT. JAN. 19-20 CHARLES BOYER AND INGRID BERGMAN IN GASLIGHT Plus Cartoon, Serial And News, SUN.- MON, - -JAN 21-22 DANNY KAYE AND ulNAH "SHORE UP IN .ARMS Plus Cartoon And lqew JAN WED.- THURS. . 24- 25 RONALD COLMAN AND JANE WYATT IN LOST HORIZON PLUS THE FEATURE STARS ON PARADE I WITH LYNN MERRICK AND LARRY PARKS Plus Short Subject I II SUPPOSE THAT YOU COULD FLICK A SWITCH AND GET A SIZZLING STKAK Be wonderful, wouldn't it? But steaks are scarce and expensive. Steaks are rationed. Steaks have gone to war. There are good reasons why. But is it any less wonderjul that you CAN still get electric serrice at the flick o[ a switch--without shortage or rationing--- at low pre-war prices--when vast amounts o] electricity he gone to war plants? Our folks have done their war jobs so quietly and well that it's easy to take 'era for granted. But we hope that you won!t. What you CAN take for granted is the fact that your friends in this company will provide plenty of low-cost elec- tricity to run the mechanical marvels in your post-war home. Her NELSON EDDY/n "The Electric Hour." NOW ry Sunday a[ternoon, I:30 pro, Station KFPY. The Washington Water Power Co. A SELF-SUPPORTING, TAX-PAYING BUSINESS ENTERPRISE ' 1 I