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PAGE t THE HERALD-REPORTER L. A. GILLESPIE, 'Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BREWSTER, WASH. Entered as second class matter at Brewster, Washington Notices of church entertainments where an admission fee is charg- ed, cards of thankS, resolutions of condolence, or notices intended to promote private business of any kind, must be paid for at regu- lar rates. PATEROS MRS. CHAS. MILLER Cpl. James Gibbs ]Deturned on sunday from the Phillipinnes. He is being released from the Army after 36 months overseers service. Edith Pi;ckey* and  children, and Mrs. A. Anderson spent the Fourth at Osoyoos. Capt. and Mrs. Alvin Anderson were business visitors in Wenat- chee from Saturday till Monday. Mr. and Ir. 1. . McVeigh, of Grand Coulee, visited at the Pinckney home on Saturday. Ethel Burget and children are visiting with her parents in Ore- gon this week. Mrs. Christia Vin6n has sold her cherry orchard to Mr. and Mrs. Louie Fields, who moved to the orchard this week. Mrs FrAce: has as house guests this week Mrs. Helen Bimms and daughter, Lenore, from Portland, Oregon. Lenore is here for just a few days but her mother expects to make an exten- ded visit. Mrs. Bim *a ;udy Farris were Chelan visitors last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Farris. $ $ $ $' Mrs. Frances Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Howard and fam- ily came from Seattle Saturday to look after property interests and visit old friends. They are former Pateros residents, Mrs. Wm.* P.*Siverhorne came from Ft. Bragg, N. C., where she has been with her husband. He has been transferred to Camp Stoneman, Calif. While here she is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W,m. Sil- verthorne. =:@d:e, Kansas, were '  ;"rSlg't'ne'parental home of Mr. and Mrs. George Ives. They left for a short visit in Seattle and on their return Mrs. Quay will re- main with her folks while her hus- band is in Camp Godron,. Ga. * $ $ $ Mr. and Mrs. 'Wilson and Dor- othy Cornell have moved to Wen- atchee. -* " " $ $ . .:'':' following have recently .heir discharge papers from WoHd War II with the county au' ditor, LaVerne R. North, Monse, Earl R. Crofoot, Riverside and Frank Q.-Morris of Brewster, all in the U. S. Army. ] C. R. McKINLEY M.D, McKINLEY BUILDING Brewster, Wuh. BUY BANK (Continued From Page I) Mr. Hile stated that he has been anxious to get 'a location in the Okanogan Valley and immediately accepted the managership of the Brewster bank whe it was offer- ed to him by the executives of the National Bank of Commerce. He will move his family to Brewster as soon as he builds a home here. Confidence in Brewster N Andrew Price, president of the ational Bank of Commerce, .gta- I ted last week that his bank has I confidence in the development of Brewster, Pateros, Mansfield, Bridgeport and the area served by the Brewster Bank. He said, "We feel we have had experience in Wenatchee in fruit financing and we believe ths area with Lt's fruit, livestock and allied sound. We feel that we, with our resources, can be of value in the development of the district and we will do our best to serve the area." Capitalization The National Bank of Com- merce, with t's 24 branches in 21 cities of the state, is one bf the 50 largest banking firms of the nation. The institution has "close to $350,000,000 in resources' and has a loan limit of .$600,000. Will Build Mr. Hile stated that an addi- tion will be constructed on the bank building as soon as labor and materials are available. More lobby space and windows would be added for the expanding bank business in addition to other im- provements which will be made on the building. I SAVE TIME! USE THE OKANOGAN VALLEY BUS LINES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE SERVICE Leave Chelan .......... 7:55 A.M. Leave Pateros .......... 8:28 A.M. Leave Brewster ........ 8:40 A.M. Leave Bridgeport .... 9:00 A.M. Leave Mansfield .... 9:31 A.M. Arrive Spokane 1:15 P.M. Leave Spokane 5:15 P.M. Arrive Mansfield ...... 9:00 P.M. Arrive Bridgeport .... 9:31 P.M. Arrive Brewster ...... 9:50 P.M. Arrive Pateros ........ 10:02 P.M. Arrive Chelan ........ 10:35 P.M. Fast Express Shipments Made Daily.. Connections At Pateros For Methow Valley Residents North Central Washington FAIR Waterville Washington September 14-15-16 AGRICULTURE & 4-H CLUB EXHIBITS 4-H LIVESTOCK SALE SATURDAY .AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 15 Horse Racing 'Rodeo - Dancing - Show Carnival Attractions A Full Day's Entertainment For Everyone For Premium Book and Entry Blank, See ydur County" Agent or write North Central Washington Fair Waterille, Washington l I I I HERALD.REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON I I VISIT ELLISFORDE GARDEN! 4-H CLUB CAMP I Members of the Garden Cltb] Okanogan 4-H clul camp is a- making the trip to Ellisforde on]gai n being held this year at Lost June 27th to view the gardens of i Mrs. J. E. Dolan, wer Mesdames W. W. Howard, Max Godary, R. A. Downing, A. B. Tarbell and G. C. Braker. George Thayer, of Tacoma, and Grant Thayer, of Oregon, are visiting in Bre'ster. Their mother Mrs. Ruth Thayer underwent an operation yesterday at the Omak hospital and is getting along very well from last reports. Lake from June'5 through the 8th Okanogan County Club members are being joined by 4-H delegates from Chelan and Douglas Coun- ties. / The Fred Gruenewald family has moved into .the former Free Methodist building previously the grade school house - and will remodel it as soon as carpenters are available. Mr. Gruenewald is Chief mechanic at the Two-Word Garage. JULY 5, 1945 STATE Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wend- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Word of the landt spent the Fourth of July in Two-Word Company enjoyed the (Continued Fro----m Page I) Spokane. , Fourth of July at Red Mountain. separate organizations of sports- , A men from a, parts of the state. AVORITE AT HOME AND,AT THE About The O. P.A. : FOUNTAINS -- THAT S ,oI00 $1,500.00 recently in Seattle, it was$185"00abveO'P'A'eeiling']i MEADOWM00R ICE CREAM i Th'e: put him in jail, Iined him $250.00. and costs. Purchaser ait/, YOUR DEALER HAS IT IN ALL FLAVORS ." was filed for $550"00' damages ]i/i MEADOWM00R DAIRY t | wMch are provided by O.P.A. rules, and the $1,50(.00 paid for , the car was held by the court in evidence. Better watch your step ]l  OMAK, WASHINGTON   if )ou have a car to sell. ,e:.. " .., ".. : -. ". ": :-. ".:.miiB;,:: ."   " ' .... i Pursuant to Approval- " o/ the Comptroller of the Currency of the United State, Announcement Is Made of the Merger as of JULY 2, 1945 o/the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BREWSTER as the BREWSTER BRANCH o[ THE NA00ONAL BANK OF COMMERCE OF SEATTLE I N LINE with our own views as to the substantial potentialities of Brewster and surrounding region, as well as in response to desires o, the forward-look- ing leaders of the area to be served, a merg of the First National Bank of Brewster as the Brewster Branch of The National Bank of Commerce of Seattle is accomplished. By this action, the complete banking facilities of The National Bank of Commerce ot Seattle, which ranks among the first 50 banks in size in the United States, are made available to this district. 'The Brewster banking office will be a direct branch of the main bank, and the full resources of this $300,- 000,000.00 institution will be back of every dollar of deposits. Our confidence in the development and expan- sion of Brewster and surrounding territory is rein- forced through results of our extension of similar service to similar communities. We now have 25 offices in 21 cities of Central and Western Wash- ington. We are experienced in meeting the require- ments of a farming, fruit raising and grazing coun- try as well as in furnishing banking accommodations to the other lines of business such as are represented in this area. Furthermore, we believe the people on the farms, those concerned with cattle and sheep grazing, oth- ers in commerce and the shipping of their prod- ucts fromthis expanding region are entitled to the friendly, neighborly, efficient banking service which, for more than 55 years, The National Bank Our satisfaction in meeting the invitation to establish a Branch banking office here has been enhanced by the cordial community response ex- pressed by Mr. W. G. Morris, Mayor of Brewster, who has served the community since 1926 as Presi- dent of the First National Bank of Brewster. His statement on behalf of associated community lead- ers as well as for himself, that their choice of The National Bank of Commerce as successor to the First National Bank of Brewster, is a notable achievement for Brewster advancement, has been most welcome and encouraging. In response, we pledge assistance in the role of a constructive bank that understands farming as well as business and has the resources and personnel to be of utmost aid. We feel sure our customers will find our service considerate and at times of great value. We cordially invite applications for farm loans, crop loans, live- stock loans, F. H. A. Title I loans, life insurance loans, personal loans, automobile loans and the many other types of loans made to farmers, ship- pers, cattle and sheep raisers, business firms and _ individuals. We also solicit commercial and sav- ings accounts, bond purchases and general banking business. Resources of more than $300,000,000.00 with capital funds of more than $12,000,000.00 plus Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation protection provide a bulwark of safety for all deposits.  ..,_: .:;  . ,. ,, :, ;, . :.4-: ''' llrenlents. ' - BREWSTER BRANCH --F ' THE NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE OF SEATTLE ESTABLISHED I889--RESOURCES OVER #300,000,000,00 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation