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April 19, 1945     Quad City Herald
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PAGE 4 JR. WOMENS CLUB SPONSOR DRIV The Junior Women's Club is sponsoring the Alliqed Clothing in Pateros, and people are being asked to contribute liberally to this worthy cause. Barrels and boxes will be left on Main Street and at the School where unused, wearable clothing may be left. The Junior Women • will handle the details of getting it into the proper hands• The drive will last throughout the month of April. SMALL ADS lee PER LINE FIRST IN?,RTION! b PER LINE EACH SUBSEQUENT IN. SERTION. CASH WITH ORDER. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ERROR IN ADS PHONED IN FOR SALE- Model A Ford Coupe, good running order, five tires, good rubber. One two- wheel trailer, good rubber. S. F. Terrell, Fateros. 3tp RADIO REPAIRS. Have your radio repaired now. Froward Zim- merman, phone 207, Okanogan. tfc FOR SALE -- Heating Stove. Se at City Hall, Brewster• lt FOR SALE--3-phase 2 h. p. Westinghouse Motor and 1 in. Fairbanks Morse Pump. Ralph North, Monse. 2tp CALL FOR BIDS ON COUNTY PRINTING NOTICE I'S HEREBY GIVEN• That the Board of County Commissioners of Okanogan County will meet in the Commissioners' room at the County Court House at 2:00 P.M. on Monday, May 7, 1945 for the purpose of op- ening bids fo the ecunty printing for the year beginning July 1, 1945 and ending June 30, 1946, All bids sub- mitted are to be figured on the square of 250 ems noflpariel• straight matter. Done this 29th day of March, 1945. COLEMAN R. WALLS, County Auditor April 5, 12, Lg, 26 c00Es HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON APRIL 19, 1945 ........ BREWSTER NEWS NOTES SO Mr j::dor,Mr:f FW:I: a Swal: BIRTHDAY CLUB SUES FOR DIVORCE BREWSTER " J Ae'cion for divorce was corn- The Birthday Club met last Wednesday width Mrs. Stranne as l,,vaffiTl  vrFsq.qel mensed Tuesday by Virgil A. hostess and honoring Mrs. Ken-ANL NUI4 wereGreenmarriedfr°m Nelliein 1934,F" Green.have/aTheYson neth Welborn's birthday• There " , 19 and a daughter 6, both with the was a lovely cake and gift for .... ". ...... I defndant at Loomis.Plaintiff al- e _ • rnlrzy-e]gnt memoers oi ne 1 Mrs wIborn The Club also pre- ,, leges cruelty and incompatibility, • " Pateros Grang'e brought the Tra asks division of community pro- OLD HOME MOVED The home, directly across Bruce Avenue from the Herald-Reporter is being moved to'a riew .location. directly South of the p'esent laca- tion of the Lnterstate Telephone Co. office• This @ill be" the new home of the Interstate Telepone PLEASE WRITE Morris Seymour Rose, Mo-MM 3c, formerly of Bridgeport, writes to friends that he is in a very iso- lated spot in Alaska and would enjoy hearing from friends back home. His address is G.C.A, 4th Air Operations, Navy 163, F.P.O. spent Saturday and Sunday at the B. F. Six home. The Fresm;n 'Class of Brew- ster high school enjoyed a picnic last Saturday at the mouth of the Okanogan River. They were ac- companied by Miss Lorinski. Ellie :Stiles nd*family arrived recently from Arkansas. Mr. Stiles is employed at th Gamble Lumbe mill on Paradise Hill. Mrs. HoCar; Mor left Mon- day for Denver, Colo., to attend funeral of her mother• Mrs. He:ry * West*arrived Fri- day from Spokan for a visit with friends here. She went to the Tom Watson home Saturday. Mrs• Harry *Know'ton was in Wtnatchee and .Entiat last week on business• George Vils£ returned Thurs- day night from'a two-day busi- ness trip to Spokane. Mrs• Hu;h Morri; and sons, Ronald and Duwayne, are guests at the Win. Morris home• After the close of school, the Hugh Morris family expeat to move to Coulee City from Seattle. Several Brewster people were Wenatchee visitors last Saturday. Some of them were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kirk, Mrs- Weldon Samp- son and Irene, Mrs. Pearl Samp- son, Audree Clendenin and Ruth Crossland. • * • • Guests at the George Wilson home Sunday were Mrs. Mary E. Wilson, Mrs. Ferne Chambers, Mrs. Norman Jensen and son, Eric, and Bob Wilson, all of Oro- ville. Mrs. Ch'anbers left Monday for Klamath Falls, Oregon to vis- it a sister. The Vern*on'T:mb.eson family moed Thursday to the house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Jack /_ sented Mrs. Ernie Linder, a new bride, with a lovely coffee table. Mrs• Roy Plemons and Mrs. Fred Rawley were high score prize winners in bridge and pin- ochle. LEAVE CLOTHING AT WASHBURNS STORF Earl Mackey, Chairman of the Allied Clothing Drive in Bridge- port, asks pople who have any clothing to donate to please bring them to Washburn's Store. CUPID BUSY AS USUAL Application for marriage license has been made by Karl Stalder, 60 Tonaslt, and Fran,ces Lease, 53, Riverside, with Frank Zachman of Riverside, as witness, and by Clarence Field, 43, and 'Ruby Gates, 27, both of Chesaw, with Dave Myers as witness. LEAVE CLOTHING AT LABOR OFFICE IN BREWSTER Mrs. Wm. Morris, Chairman of Allied Ciothing Drive here in Brewster, announces that clothing maybe left for this worthy cause in the rooms adjoining the LabSr Mr. and Mrs. George Braker spent the we'ek-end in Spokane attending Church Conference * * *sp:n Karl Clendenin t Tu'esday and Wednesday in the Oroville district. Win. J. lulllkin, ;r. of Wen- atchee was a business visitor in Brewster Tuesday. e * Mrs• I. B. Parker, :f Chewelah, .is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Max Marchesseau of Brewster. veling Grange Hall" to Brewster on Thursday, April 12th Supper groups were formed by coalitions of .those having similar letters in the words "Welcome Pat'eros." Because of the sad news of the death of our President, th Lec- .turer's program was revised to omit some of the livelier numbers which had been planned• There were suitable readings, a two- guitar number,, a quiz, short talks on the CVA and the support of the PUD, and singing by the entir group. By special request, three milsieal numbers were giv- en by the visiting Grange• In keeping with the feeling of gravity over th Nation's loss, Master George Mosby called for ,the repeating in unison of the Lord's Prayer during the opening exercises, followed by a moment of silent prayer• Attention was to the annual meeting of the Grange Funeral Aid Association to be held at 1 PM May 13th at Riversid% and also to the forth- coming "clean-up week•" A com- munication was read from the State offic urging support of .the Grange Cooperative at Au-I burn. An instance was cited of i m the saving to one farmer of $65 on one sale alon, i]. J. Hallen- beck was taken into membership by demit. There will be balloting on candiSaYes oin both Granges at the next meeting. STATE HEALTH IMPROVES Healh conditions-in the state during the month of March were much improved compared with the sam'e period of 1944, the monthly epidemiology report of the Sta Health Department re- vealed today, according to Dr. Porter, Acting County Health Officer. Decline was shown in scarlet fever, whooping couh, influenza petty, and agrees to pay for sup- port of children if awarded to de- fendent. When using soda in baking, add it to the dry ingredients, rather than .to he sour milk or molasses. Company as soon as the owner, I. T. Gano, compl'etes moving the home. This is one of Brewster's old- est homes as it is over thirty y'ears old. San Francisco, Calif. To make a little garden pay, plan it carefully When one,row is used, plant the space in ,-.-C- thing else as long as the season laa,ts• • III Sacred Heart • CATHOLIC CHURCH BREWSTER, Rev. Raymond A. Klemmer pastor SCHEDULE OF MASSES 1st Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 2nd Sunday of Month ..80 A.M. 3rd Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 5th Sunday of Month .. 8:00 A.M. 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. Methodist Church Phone 133 Rev. Stewart F. E. Sparrow Pateres Morning Service at I0 A.M. Sunday Schol at 11 A.M. Yofing Peoples' Meeting at 6:3 P.M. Evening Service at 7:30 P.M. Choir Praetie at 7:30 P.M. on l Wednesday . - THE CHURCH OF CHRIST Pateros Sunday School at i0 A.M. Bible Study at 11 A.M. David Nickell, leader Communion at 12 Noon. FULL GOSPEL MISSION W. M. BURNSIDE ! Pastor , I [ SUNDAY SERV!C:S 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. St James EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV. GORDON LIND Vicar Services at 8 o'clock each Sux- day evening. Bethel Pentecostal Church BRIDGEPORT Sunday School .............. 10 A.M. Sun. Morning Service .... 11 A.M. Sunday Night .................... 8 P.M. Wednesday Night ............ 8 P.M. Ministers: Velma McElyea and Faye Linton. Thrapp and family. The latter have taken possession of the house formerly" occupied by the Hallenlyecks, who have gone to 1 ,their new home on Brewster Flat, the Byron Stubbs place. A letter *frOm *Douglas Brown to relatives here states that he doesn't often see land• They may draw their own conclusions as to his location. tuberculosis, infantile paralysis, epidemic meningitis, typhoid fe- ver and undulant fever. The .only major contagious disease showing increase was diphtheria. Pneu- monia cases also gained slightly. JO f. ......... • •': IN WA00HINGTI)N HE ELECTRIC COMPANIES NATIONAL CAMPAIGN IS DESIGNED TO /f'E ) )PRo;PR/T IN WASHINGTON AFTER THE WAR. ./ [ndustrial;s÷s... business men'.., manufacturers.., they're the groups this great national advertising campaign is designed *o interest. Our Company, wffh other business- managed e[ectr;c companies of the Horthwest, is spon- soring advertisements like these in the great publications of our country ÷o help KEEP prosperity in our state whet our boys come home. It is every citizen's obligation to see that our fighti.g men can get +he jobs they're looking toward. It's up to us ÷o see that the fine workers of Washing:ton who are now producing for Victory may continue earning good wages producing or Peace. WASHINGTDN WATER PDWEil I ! COMMUNITY HOSPITAL WEEK THeE W, EEK OF FRIDAY, APRIL 27, TO FRIDAY, MAY 4, IN- CLUSIVE HAS BEEN NAMED FOR THE PURPOSE OF RA ' ING FUNDS AND FURTHERING THE INTERESTS OF THE PEOPLE IN THIS AREA IN OBTAINING A HOSPITAL. THE COMMITTEE lqAS BEEN WORKING HARD, GATHER- ING FUNDS AND PLEDGES AND THE BREWSTER COM- MERCIAL CLUB TAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY TO PAY TRI- BUTE TO TH,FSEi MEN ANDWOMEN WHO HAVE DONAT- ED THEIR TIME AND EFFORTS IN FURTHERING THIS PROJECI. WE ALSO WISH TO EXPRESS OUR PRIDE IN THE INTER- ESTS AND FUNDS THE CITIZENS OF BREWSTER AND THE SURROUNDING TERRITORY HAVE SHOWN AND DONAT- EDTO HELP SUCH A WORTHY CAUSE. THANKS TO PATEBOS THE CLUB IS GRATEFUL FOR THE COOPERATION PLEDGED THIS COMMUNITY BY THE PATEROS COM- M£RCIAL CLUB! IT IS THROUGH SUCH CLOSE HARMONY THAT PATEROS :AND BREWSTER CAN PROGRESS AND ACHIEVE RESULTS WHICH WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE WITHOUT THIS FRIENDLY SPIRIT OF COOPERATION. THE HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEVIBERS MAY NOT B ABLE TO ASK EVERYONE IN THIS AREA FOR A DONA- TION AS THE TIME IS LIMITED BUT E ASK THAT EVEIRYONE POSSIBLE HELP BUILD OUR HOSPITAL. THE BBEWSTEB COMMEBCIAL CLUB