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JANUARY 25, 1945 WAPAT0 (Cofitinued From Page 1) and the school of law. upon his graduation he entered journalism and was engaged in newspaper work in Portland, Oregon; with the Wenatchae Daily World and the Spokane Daily Chronicle for seven years. Then in 1926 through 1930 he was president of the Northwest Indian congress and left this work when called of the T::.I to preach the gospel, which he has been doing the past 15 years . 34 state. : Thdmother of Evangelist Wa- pato was Matilda Wapato, who ,f .>" moved to Okanogan in 1907 af- ter the assassination of her hus- band and Okanogan became her home until her death in 1932. Paul has a distingushed broth- er, Paschal Sherman, who is an attorney in Washington, D.C., and a member of the legal department of the Veterans' Bureau. Mr. Schmidt said he was happy because this distinguished Indian evangelist consented to give time from his busy career to come and be in one service at Brewster. Mr, Schmidt first made ar- rangements to have the evangelist talk at his Little Gospel Taber- nacle on he Bar, but later made i OUR DEMOCRACY. ])URING THE FIIST THREE YEARS AFTER THE U.S. MINT WAS FOUNDED IN 17)Z OUR YOUNG NATION COULD ONLY MAKE r42,OOO WOITH OF "DOLLARS, DISMES a HALF-DISMES, PENNIES AND HALF-PENNIES." SINCE THEN MORE THAN 86,1 81LLIONS /N COINS /.VE BEEN MINTED. TODAY, ONLY A SMALL PART OF OUR MONEY IS REPRESENTED BY COINS ..... OUR MONEY IS ONE OF OUR. POWEIP.FUL WEAPONS OF WAR. WE ENLIST OUl DOLLARS IN THE FI6HT WHEN WE BUY WAR. BOND.%p MAINTAIN OUR. LIFE INSURANCE AND INCREASE OUR. .AVINGS ACCOUNTS. WANT A TANK? WE BUILD EM ! We guarantee them to hold bailed hay and wll drink all they leak if tested with beer. We Build Electric Welded Steel Tanks For All Purposes And To Suit Your Speci- fications. O SPRAY TANKS OIL STORAGE TANKS O GASOLINE TANKS Let Us Consider Your Tank Problems VALLEY MACHINE & WELDING SHOP PHONE 54F2 PATEROS, WASH. WELCOME, FRIENDS, TO OAKS' CASH. STORE PATERO$, WASH. . . .. .... o., HIGH QUALITY GROCERIES MEATS FEEDS SERVE YOURSELF AND SAVE ELDON E. HALL, MANAGE'R HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTEI WASHINGTON ill ] lllj ,iH i H i BREWSTER NEWS NOTES ,. .L  .... Mrs. Leonard Sparks and Mrs. Karl Clendenin were Omak visit- ors on Monday. $ Mr. and hrs. Eddie Burke of Pateros moved to Brewster the first of the week. Ola Robb]ns*of*Pheros-- -- was a business visitor in Brewster Tues- day. Mrs. RayB:rgt and children of Pateros were visitors in town Monday. = Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hallenbck were Omak and Okanogan visit- ors Monday.. Frank DeeDs of Wenatchee was a business visitor in Brewster last Sunday. Mr. and *Mr;. kl Manly "and daughter are in Spokane this week end where Mr. Manly is re- ceiving medical attention. Mr. and *MRS. ha;in Dobson are the parents of a daughter, i born last Saturday. Dr. H. B. Stout was in attendance. Mrs. Got:el "Rumb;lz. who re- cently underwent a major opera- tion, was able to r&urn home Tuesday. Mrs. Em idel left this week for Chewelah to spend a few weeks at the home of her daugh- ter, Mrs. P. G. Pearl and family. Dr. H. B Sou was called on Monday to see Miss Kelsie Curry at her home here. She has been in poor health for some time. Tom Hun;er*ofOlmnogn, who has been visiting his son Claude of Brewster, left Monday after spending two months here. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Weeks re- turned Wednesday after spending ,a week visiting with relatives.and friends in Couer d'Alene and -Spokane. T L of ;dnogan who has charge of the United States Industrial Labor Office Was a business visitor in Brewster Tues- day Ed V orouk ef: S;nday for his home in Genessee, Idaho after visiting his sister, Mrs. D. S. Sampson for the past several weeks. Mrs. Mar E. V,ilon of Oro- ville was an over night Saturday guest at the home of her son, George Wilson. On Sunday she 'went to Wenatchee to see her two daughters. Miss Lau;a ee*M;Daniel went to Wenatchee on Saturday to see her mother, Mrs. Archie McDan- iel of Tonasket, who recently un- derwent a minor operation in a hospital there. , PATEROS NEWS NOTES MRS. WILBUR RICKETTS Mrs.-Alice Anderson was an Okanogan visitor on Tuesday. Mrs. James cord 'was an Ok- anogan visitor on Tuesday. rrw " Mrs. Mo o has just return- ed from a week's visit in Seattle. The Grange held its regular meeting Tuesday night. It was preceeded by a po:luck dinner. Mrs. Clark is spending a wee with her son, Bert Clark and fam- ily in Winthrop. St $ Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Stennes are the parents of a boy, born Monday in the Omak Hospital. Mrs. ArtlurIrinand daugh- ter Elaine ,visited in Coulee Dam over the week 'end. Mrs. E!d;n Hall has gon to Missouri to visit her parents. She expects to be gone for a month. Olaf Olso spent Tuesdany and Wednesday in i Spokane pry busi- nes Mrs.-Andrew And;rson visited aid shopped in Wnatchee on Wednesday. * Mr. and Mrs. Richar d Cornell have gone to Wenatchee for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins and fam- ily have moved to Twisp where he will be employed by the Wag- ner mill. Monday night the Boy Scouts entertained the Camp Fire Girls at a party in the Amerean Degion Hail. Miss went to SMALL ADS I.RTIDN. CASH wrI1B ORDER. NOT REPONSIBLEFOR ERROR- q IN ADS PHONED IN RADIO REPAIRS. Have your radio repaired now. Howard Zim- merman, phone 207, Okanogan. tfc FOR SALE: Baled hay, immed- iate delivery. Phone 561, Win- throp, or write Keith Johnson. ........... ,_2 =-.fitpFebl5 OPEN RAWLEIGH ROUTES are scarce but in so vast an or- ganization expansion creates new opportunities. If ambitious, will- ing to start with good earnings, and increase rapidly write for full information. We supply sales, ad- vertising literature---all you need. Rawteigh's, Dept. WHM-21-118, Oakland, Calif. ltpl8 "'FOR SALE: A 2-wheel farm trailer, 6 ft long, good rubber.- W, H. Pibel, Starr Orchard, Pa- teros, Wash. 2tpl FOR SALE: SmaI1 soft fruit orchard near Brewster. 6-room modern home.Inquire at Herald- Reporter Shop. 3tp8 FOR SALE: Late model Phil- co radio, battery set, table, mod- el. A.R. Bullock, Pateros, across street from lumber yard. ltc WANTED.'--- Man or woman. Route experience preferred but not" necessary to start. Rawleigh's, Dept. WHA 21-M, Oakland, Calif. ltp arrangements to get the Log Church in order to give more peo- ple an opportunity to hear the noted speaker. PAY TAXES. LICK THE AXIS CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH "The Friendly Church" PV. 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. Wenatchee on Tuesday and on to the coast for a visit on Wednes- day. MM 1-e ]os: Jone; and family left last Thursday for Hayward, California where he is to be sta- tioned for a while. :The Junior W omens Club will meet tonight :at eight at the club- house with Mrs. Ethel. Burgett and Mrs: Leda Brownlee as host- eases, i: * . = Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Evertsbusch spent Tuesday and Wednesday of last week in Spokane shopping. They drove over with Rev. and Mrs,: Gordon Lind who were at- tending church meetings. ) * " Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Sinnett had as dinner guests on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. George Zahn, Mr. and Mrs. Lee,Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. L. Therriault, Mr. and Mrs. E. )ariington and daughter Margar- et and Charlotte Meadows. Mr. and lrs7 E;die Burke mov- ed to Brewster on Sunday. Mrs. Burke plans to open a beauty shop in Brews ter. Her mother is visit- ing her from Leavenworth help- ing her to get settled. $ * R. L. Cook is visiting his broth- er in Montesano. Mrs. Cook left Wednesday for Bellingham where Mr. Cook will meet her and they will visit their daughter there be- fore returning home. BAR GRANGE NOTES IVAN KIMBALL, Reporter The "seven new members receiv- ing their first and second degrees at the recent meeting were: Mild- red Paslay, Joan Long, Barbara Paslay, Donna Long, Katherine MeClellan, Genevieve Washburn and Chas. Townsend. There wre were 28 members present. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Troutman were installed as Steward and Chaplain. George Lucas has been elected as Gate Keeper to replace Harry Lilly, wha has moved away. Mrs. Eva Housden has been transferred from the Pateros Grange. Several committees were ap- pointed for the eurrent year. Lecturer Blanche Paslay offered an interesting program of songs and games. It was agreed that a vote on moving the Grange meeting place would be held next meeting. New THE CHURCH OF CHRIST Pateros Sunday School at 30 A.M. Bible Study at 11 A.M. David Nickell, leader I Communion at 12 Noon. t members will recelve their third and fourth degrees at this meet-{ rag. PAGE 5 BAKEALE SATURDAY TheKings Daughter's Sunday School Class of Pateros will hold a balre sale .on Saturday, January 27 at three P.M. in Oaks Cash Store, : MUCH IMPROVED Rep0 Comes from the Colfax Hospital that Mrs. Nannie Gil- lespie of Brewster has now im- proved to thedegree that she is able to set up, STARS ON PARADE WITH LYNN" MERRICK AND LARRY PARKS Plus Short Subject FRI.- SAT. JAN. 26- CONSTANCE MOORE AND BRADFORD TAYLOR IN ATLANTICCITY Plus Cartoon. Serial And: News SUN.MON . 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