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MARCH S, 1945 HERALD-REPORTER, BREW[rrER. WASH|NGTON ,m, , . ( . . PAGE 3 C00ES Sacred Heart CATHOLIC CHURCH BREWSTER Rev. Raymond A. Klemmer Pastor SCHEDULE OF MASSES tstSunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 2nd Sunday of Month ..8:0,0 A.M. 3rd Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 5th Sunday of Month .. 8:00 A.M. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH "The Friendly Clurch" REV. R. M. LEWIS, Pastor Sunday School .................. i0 A.M Morning Service .............. ii A.M. " Evening Service ................ 8 P.M. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Wednesday ........ 8 P.M. Methodist Church Phone 133 Rev. Stewart F. E. Sparrow Pateros Morning Service at 10 A.M. Sunday School at 11 A.M. Young Peoples' Meeting at 6 :a0 P.M. Evening Service at 7:30 P.M. Choir Practice at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesday J  TItE CHURCH OF CHRIST Pateros - . | ' ,. r |--" Sunday School at 10 A:M. Bible Study at 11 A.M. David Nickell, leader Communion at 12 Noon. = r | t. - ,, , .... FULL GOSPEL MISSION W. M. BURNSIDE Pastor SUNDAY SERVICFS Sunday School at 10 A.M. I Morning Worship at 11 A.M. Evening Worship at 7:30 P.M. -L---.:eetlng Thursday at St James EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV. GORDON LIND Vicar Services at 8 o'clock each SuB- day evening. TODD WILL BUILD ANOTHER DUPLEX M. S. Todd made application to the War Production Board for priorities to build another duplex home. Mr. Todd has been the on- ly one active in using up the quota of homes that B'ewster has been given to build. Free Coffee Furnished On Demonstration Day --- " Coffee will be furnished by the Okanogan Grange to all persons atending the ,Extension Service Demonstration Day at Okanogan on March 12, who bring their lunches. Ladies of the Grange request that each person bring his own cup, spoon and sugar. Coffee and cream will be furnished. CANNING POINTERS GIVEN ON MARCH 12 Okanogan County homemakers who have had trouble with spoil- age of their home canned foods, or stored fresh fruits and" vege- tables becoming limp, or decayed, or who wish to improve the qual- ity, of their stored or frozen foods are 'promised help in their 1945 food preservation problems at the Agricultural Extension Service's Annual Demonstration Day pro- gram scheduled at Okanogan on March 12. The demonstrations will be in the Okanogan High. School gym from 10 to 4 o'clock. ditYv,....taqvtbmiisii ETAO IA Fruits Turn Brown According to Elfzabeth J Bush, the County Horn Demonstration Agent, many new and experienc- ed homemakers have had trouble with apricots, peaches or Fears turning brown on top of the jar. Sometimes the brown color is all through the fruit. Pears some- times turn pink. Other common difficulties are foggy peas, brown corn, fermented tomatoes or fruit or mold on top of jars. An exhibit of good home can- ned foods and different kinds of spoiled or discolored canned foods and' the cause of each kind of spoilage, will be shown as a "merry-go-round," with a manag- er in charge, who is trained in canning--and will be prepared to answer questions. An exhibit in another part of the building will demonstrate the selection of good freezer locker containers. An Important Item 'ZFrozen foods may be only as good as the containers," Miss Bush advises. She. says cartons with liners, paraffined cartons, tin cans, glass jars, and wrapping papers suitable for use in freez- ing will be shown and demonstrat- ed. The _containers are of a shape that will fit economically into locker space and from which the foods may e easily removed. A "life-saver" storage room that can easily be built ino basements in many homes at small cost will be shown in another part of the building. Proper arrangements for storing different types of fresh fruits and vegetables so they will stay fresh and crisp will be demonstrated, and convenient space for storing home canned foods. You are invited to bring your food preservation problems to the demonstration on March 12. LICENSE ISSUED A marriage license was issued this wek to Donald Erle Scar- less, 19, U. S. Navy and Anna Louise Dinhoff, 22, Omak. Their witness was Adolph Dinhoff. BATS STORK IN RACE Vern, Canfield had a race with COM. CLUB (Continued From Page i) . , Discussion was held ` on the zoning of the town. Discussion was held as to whether Brewster or Pateros would get a consolidated high school.. High School To Pateros? Carl Elliott stated that any action should avait the close of the I.gislature to see what new school reorganization law would be passed. He Said that Brewster lacks a good gymnasium and a home economics department and that the Statue Educational De- partment recommends that the high school be taken from .Brew- ster to Pateros. The sevnth and eighth grades were recommended to come to Brwster" from Pateros and the grades one to six be kept in each town. It was decided that at the next meeting the Brewster basketball team would be honored and the Ration Board medals would be awarded. RATION CALENDAR Processed Foods, Book 4 Blue stamps X5 through B2 are valid through March 31. Blue stamps C2 through G2 are valid through April 28. Blue stamps H2 through M2 are valid through June 2. Blue stamps N2 through $2 are valid through June 30. Meat. Butter, Cheese, Book 4 Red stamps Q5 through $5 val- id through .March 31. Red stamps T5 hrough X5 are valid through April 28. Red stamps Y5 through D2 are 'alid through June 2. Red stamps E2 through J2 are alid through June 30, Sugar, Batik 4 Sugar stamp 35 is valid all through June 2. Shoes, Book 3 Airplane stamps 1, 2, 3 are vel- id indefinitely. Gasoline ._.Unalorsd coupons nvalid. ..... Al4 coupons, 4 gallons each are valid-to March 21. Fuel Oil Period 1 to 5 coupons valid through August 3'. Maximum use to March 5 of total yearly ration should not exceed 64 per cent in W'estern Washington and 77 per cent in Central Washington. Wood, Coal, Sawdust Dealer determines delivery pri- ority from consumers written statement of annual needs and quantity on hand. Pri:e Overcharges: Report to price Clerk of local OPA board. the stork early on the morning of Rent C o n t r o I: All rented February.28 and beat the bird by dwellings must. be registered and 20 minutes to the Omak hospital, changes in tenancy reported. The young lady has len named Claudine Gay. Washburns Purchase Ranch Near Methow BRIDGEPORT Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Washburn have purchased the Benton Peele ranch up Mc- Farland Creek three miles abov Methow. This is known as the old Williams place. They plan to move about the 15th of the month. BRIDGEPORT NEWS NOTES MRS. CLARA WRIGHT / Ray Henon was home from Chelan for the week end. R: C. Me re was a Wenatehe visitor Wednesday. About 60"p:rsons attended the dinner given at the Mttholist Chu,ch on Wednesday evening. $ $ S $ Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Washburn were Omak visitors Wednesday afternoon. I E. Monroe---- :nd" son Bruce returnd Wednesday from a trip to the coast. 00ha;" Mrs. Ellen has returned from a visit with relatives in Spo- Itne. s . o Miss Lanna Lu Bouska return- ed to hr studi at the university in Seattle, Suncy after a week at the home of her parents Mr.- and Mrs. J. B4m]f. here. Mrs 00turned from Spokane the last of the week where she had gone for medical attention. Mrs. Dewey Hunter and young son John Lnest returned from the Omak hospital the last of the week. Jake Gro n ld underwent a tonsilectmny at the Dr. Stout of- flees in Pateros the last of the week. Bob Alexander ame home from the coast the last of the week. His wife and children are visiting at the hom of her parents, Mr. and Mr Lee PiLLs at Sims Corner be- ore returning here. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Caldwell rturned Tuesday from a visit with relati,# in California. Mr. 'and M. F Hicks of Mans- field vhited them Tuesday after- loon. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Troutman and granddaughter Linda Lamor- ux went to Seattle Sunday to visit relatives. Mrs. Ethel el,on of Settle. who .had been visiting her moth, r, Mrs. Nettle Campbell, returned iome with them. The Al ;t f'amPly has-m.ov- ed into the Sawtelle property op- 7posite the" hool hetty. He will ork for ',O& Whburn when ]Ernie Waslxim moves to his new ranch.  SPECIAL A]NISTRETOR Charles A. Jlmn was ap- ,2mted special uimitrator for state of Emeli  Van At- , m Superior Court nesday. :BIAS NAME mtel Benjamin l-   was ganted the  to 'change  name to Sam B. Gay, i eor Cour Judg Wm- C" PLACE ORDERS NOW FOR SPRING DELIVERY CHILD INJURED Dennis Plew, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Plew of Pateros, fell out of the car door while the car was in motion, last Friday. His head was badly cut, requir- ing stitches, and he has been con- fined to his bed for a few days -'-:- "- ::- :. -'_-::'- _-T': A FAVORITE AT HOME E D AT THEAEM FOUNTAINS  THAT'S MEADOWM00R IC CR YOUR DEALER HAS IT IN ALL FLAVORS | MEAD0WM00R DAIRY Jl ii w--,,o,o, I ... . o . . , . DR. AUBREY MELIUS OPTOMETRIST COMPLETES OPTOMETRIC SERVICE Office Hours I To 5:30 P.M. DALLY 7 TO 9 P.M. SATURDAYS OTHER HOURS BY APPOINTMEN OFFICE PHONE 120J RESIDENCE PHONE 2F22 STUART BLDG. CHELAN, WASH. On State Highway Between Omak and Okanogan  Phone 254 DANCE PAI[ROS I[GI0N HALL SAT. MARCH - 10 SPONSORED BY PATEROS VOLUrI'EER FIRE DEPARTMENT @ Music By The Evergreen O00h00ste00 9 P.M. To Midnight kdm. $1.50 Couple RED CROSS, NOTES By MRS. R. C. WANAMAKER The local Red Cross is not meeting regularly as there is so little material at hand in the cou- ty. Kit bags are the only avail- able material to be mad'e, arid much as they are needed by ou boys few machines can sew them They require special machines and needles are very-hard to get. But our small group of faithful workers have made over 400 gar ments this year. Forty-five pair of crocheted slippers are included in this. They are still asking for these sippers and we will be glad to give directions to anyone wish- ing to make them- At present one group of women, the Ladies Aid are making baby quIts 36x40 and we have print on hand to make more. .... Fourteen apron kit l'ags3"-pr: .crocheted slippers, and 7 baby quilts are being sent to Okanogan this week. Six wheel chair pillows and 8 fracture pillows with extra cases are being sent to the Veter an's Hospital at Walla Walla lat- -er in the week. At present we have on hand $35.00, thanks to the generous donation of the Shell Oil Com- pany. It is necessary for any Red Cross Group, no matter how smal to have cash on hand to, meet hurry-up calls that we receive; so far we have always been able to respond and there will be such callslong after this terrible war is over. As yet no new chairman has been appointed, but I will carry on until someone is appointed to tak my place. NRADIONI HEAIUNG AID Ballard Drug Store PHONE 191 OMAK k', .' James O. Vaughan, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vaughan of Brewster, passed away in a Spo- kane hospital last Sunday after a long illness. He was born on August 29, 1923 at Ellnsburgl and moved to Brewster some years i ago with his parents. . Surviving the young man are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Vaughan ; eight sisters, Mrs. Blanch Paslay, Mrs. Grace Da- man and Mrs. Edith Rawley, all of Brewster; Mrs. Jim Davidson and Mrs. Thomas Moorefield of Ellensburg; Mrs. Ivan St. John, Yakima; Mrs. Homer Brisson of Stibnite, Idaho and Mrs. Win. Sperry of Wenatche.e; two broth- 'era, Bud Nolan of Sunnyslope and Lloyd Junkins of Brewster. Funeral services will be an- nounced by the Smith Funeral Home at Chelan. SMALL AD; Mk: PRR Ml FIi,T INSERTION; S. PKR LINE F.ACH SUBSEQUENT IN. gRTION. CASH WITH ORDER. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ERRORS 1N ADS PHONED IN RADIO REPAIRS. Have your radio repaired now. Howard Zim- merman, phone 207, Okanogan. - tfc FOR SAI.: One deluxe pre- war Ward's Hawthorn bicycle, good tires. Edwin Rabine, box 296, Brewster, Wash. 2tp22 HOME ON FURLOUGH Sgt. Edward Godfrey, sdn of Mr. and Mrs. John Godfrey, ar- rived home Saturday for a fur- lough. INDECENT LIBERTY Paul J. Whitcomb entered a plea of guilty to a charge of in- decent liberty. Sentence has not yet been pronounced. PLAN to 1 BUILD NOW FARM BUILDING CONSTRUCTION . FRAME, BRICK OR MASONRY HOUSE BUILDING SEE US FOR A COMPLETE JOB % WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF LUMBER. PLUMBING, ROOFING, INSULATION, SASH & DOORS, LIME, PLAS- TER, PAINT, BRICK, MOULDING, ETC. DON. C. MATHERS, INC. WAYNE ANDERSON MACK C. COX Phone 73J CHELAN, WASH. BE PREPARE That Codling Moth "n ain ! is Com, g Ag ! The fluorine tolerance on apples and pears has be raised (O :7 rag. per kg. and growers can now use KRYOCIDE in a strtii[h program right through the season! KRYOCIDE has these important proved advantages : 1. KRYOCIDE gives better Codling Moth control. 2. KRYOCIDE does not sterilize your soil. 3. KRYOCIDE does not irritate spralers or pickers. 4. KRYOCIDE is not an acute poison for humans, cattle or other animals. But it does kill the Worms i When-yon .want cryolite spray, remember this: only KRYOCIDE 8ives you all the advantages of NATURAL CRYOLITE. So insist on KRYOCIDE and accept no substiqute. Costs no more than ordinary praysl Ample supplies available. See your dealer NOW for spring delivery. Monufacturers of "PENCO" AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS DIVISION pENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFAC TON SRAND WNATCHEE TACOMA YAKIMA AGRICULTURAL INSECTK,'IDE$