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June 14, 1945

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HERAI-REPORTE, BREWSTER, WASHINGTOii ilr - i i i i I r i "1 -- i -a Kay of Omak vis- I daughters, Janet and Mary Lu, ]VV l][k riled to convene with a pot-luck Spokane Sunday, taking his broth- agep6i: and Mansfield I spent the week end with Ellens - supper at the home of its master er, Bob, of Oroville, to a special- +,,as .this week. : - + [.burg relatives. .. " Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Monroe of George Mosby, up the Chillivhist, ist for examination of a spinal ......... _:.-L'":+"r: " " + '.' .... " -.' "._r +'+_'r++Y.L T +'+' Bridgeportwere Brewster visitors Thursday evening, ailment. They were accompanied i ' ""n Yrlg +.;:., , '+ ' ........ ie -. " T+sdays . enroul;e to Wenatchee. [ In. . the grat ak. east of town, by Mrs. O. P.. McCoy. Among hose atending the which was recently the big bend/ Mr. and M*rs.'Walt Trafton, n._,+,+_ _ Chef o+ G. I. jofthe Columbia River, ordy afew former Bre,ter residen.ts, visit- Shaw, ELmer CamPbell and Aaron smll islands are now visible, - - ed friends here last Saturday. They live in Anacortes. Mr. Johnson, of Twisp. i different August 25th. Traf, ton raises a large number of I At B00ewste00 FOI.BARRELLING AND CANNING FOR INFORMATION AS TO PRICES AND RECEIVING POINT CONTACT .... A.R. VERNON AT THE MAXWELL SERVICESTATION IN BREWSTER- S0 CALL THERE l WEALT I I IIII I I I I WE H.AVE O ROOFING SPRAY HOSE AI! kinds of FBED BR[WST[R-+00AN61: +UPPU (;0. INCORPORATED BREWSTER, WAHINGTON F IIIIII I I I i H cabbage and regal lilies in place of following sawmill work as he did when in Brewster. Mr. and 1rs: J.R. Albin spent the week end visiting relatives in Cashmere. The Clifford *McLean family, of Portland, are visiting at the home of Clifford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McLean. A guest h he Iar Grange, Tuesday night,, was State Grange Deputy George I. Shaw. Rebekah od*ge *me Thursday, at the conclusion of their meeting going to the .Bohemian Care for refreshments. June 21st will. be the Rebekah's final meeting for the summer and will be a social one. SMITH FUNERAL HOME PEARNE SMITH Licensed Funeral Director PMONE 421 PTEROS, I \\; r, Hem soll and sun and rain aie,. to be almoit matcallr om- bindd t, produce a pro/slon   (rod bwr ol .uwlv. qualltz. Nowh.m else on earth do fruits, grow more b ut,lin with woet,  ptc--nowhom are iound SUCh plump, .qavo,ul berries of almost on do49tlo Through well- plczmed, modem marketlng methods, wtsm  hmvo mmio thor trade-m iamous in a prmmum markets o| the nation. In 'ldl a groat fruit and borr processing incus.'y is developing hero in oh, canzzi, nd preserving, 1hue tonic co]eciiomi of nature. In thl+Wollt the r(:Itm ( biosso-lin in the spring is 0'he l',,,ndao oi boun harvests in summsr md  ........ - SICKS' SPOKANe BReW|RY, UriC. SPOKANE; WASH. I' "11 I I L. J. Sparks made a trip to Spokane Friday. " " "B;e The Brewster a ball nine, under the managemen of Ernie Lindex, will play at Okanogan on Sunday, June 17th, at 2:30. The Bre4te; G;rd:n Club will meet with Mrs. Geissler next Tues day,, June 19th. Freda Wadel las een visiting relatives in Wenatchee Chelan, Malott and Omak for the pgst two- weeks. She is leaving today, Thursday, for Spokane to attend Kinman Business College. Martha Brabecreceived word Monday of the death of her sister, Mrs. Pat Schillinger, in Rochester, Minnesota. She left Monday night for Minnesota. She was planning on going into nurses training in Spokane the last of this week. C. Zpson: of* Mo:t, spent .last Saturday visiting U. E. Fries at the Ray Warner home. Mr. and lrs: JfJ. *Warner, of Okanogan, spent last Sunday with Mr. Warner's mother and the Ray Warner family. Mrs. Frank lel:on: a teacher in the Tacoma schools, arrived Tuesday for a visit with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Asbury. George "Cosand returned last Tuesday from a visit wi his mo- ther and sister in portland, Ore. The B. F. Six h e is receiving a fresh coat of paint, $ II Confirmation was held at the Episcopal Church last Tuesday v- ening, with Bishop Cross, of Spo- kane, attending. Those confirmed were Mrs. Ed Wilson and daughter, Lorna, Au- drec Clendenin and Mrs. Dorothy Chapman, of Pateros. Refreshmen.ts were served at the conclusion of the service. Illllll l "l [l 111 I BRIDGEPORT Mrs. Eva Young, of Seattle, mother of lake Watson, is visit- ing Bridgeport relatives. $ -$ $ $ Mrs. Wrn. Campbell returned from a visit in Spokane Tuesday. Mr. and Irs: ;erl;e. Pitts, of Rie, visited at che V. M. Pitts home the last of the week. Mrs. A. ;. Iouain and grand- son spent sunday in Spokane wit.l) . Mrs. Hazel Miller. Mr. and rs'. & W ash returned Monday night from- trip to Seattle. -Mrs. Carl*Borne is home t a short, stay at the Omak Hos Mayor J. . aer'has b, for several days hut is rep to be improving. Mrs. Elli: MClre ent, 'at dinner Sunday in honor oY birthdiy of her daughter, Com. wro was one year old. Guests we- Mr. and Mrs. L. . Monroe "Bruce, Mrs. Sam Iverson of Mansfield, and Mrs. J+ roe. .'Mr. ad Mrs_ L. E. Me tertained at dinner Tuesd ing in honor of their 26 ding anniversary. Mr. a Carl Monroe, Mrs. Ellis and daughter Connie w set. Elberta, ;au;hter of 1" Mrs. Elbert ,Conklin, ca her 11th birthday ly en a nmber of girl friends ty Tgesdy afternoon. Games were played a; mets were served to Mackey, Janice Asmusse: ra Corneh[, Antt and haney, and Jacklyn, Je nette Rathbun of Kels the Conklin homo. I kL_ _ ....... We Cordially invite Pateros and her "Good Neighbors" to spend their leisure time at BONARS' BOWLING AND SNACK BAR P/teros Good clean sport for the wole_haily OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY (Ir li i i i I I LUMBER AVAILABLE ON PRIORITY Orders filled as placed GAMBLE LUMBER C0, aREWSTER, WASH. i I ....... We now have a stock of lamp, s for th home, flashlights and batteries and other electrical equipment NOW OPEN FROM 1 P.M. TO 4 P.M. DAILY HARRIS ELECTRIC SHOP PHONE 40 OR 4OR W. R. HARRIS BREWSTER [ i RIll For a Good Radiant Health Glowing Vitality Hail our refreshing Buttermilk OKANoGAN CREAMERY CO' OKANOGAN, TONAsKET, OROVILLE, MOLSON, ISP AND WINTHROP .... IL- :....: : . .