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PAGE 4 w Herald-Reporter Has 45th Birthday In the press of business and work the Herald-Reporter passed a very quiet birthday last week. This is the first issue of the Herald-Reporter for it's 45th year. The Brewster Herald was start- ed on July 1, 1900 by David L. Gillespie. He operated it for one- third of a century before he pass- ed the care and effort of publish- ing a small town weekly news- paper on to o.thers. If the Founding Editor of this newspaper could return he would be doubly proud that his staunch faith in North Central "Washing- ton and particularly in Okanogan anl Douglas counties was juifi- ed. RADIO REPAIRS. Have your radio repaired now. Howard Zim- merman, phone ,207, Okanogan. tfc Order now for quick delivery of dry pine or fir cordwood $42.75 for 3-cord load. Darrow Rawley, Phone 267-W, Okanogan Wanted- House in town or small ranch near Brewster or Pateros. N. E. Carroll, R. 2, Box 103, Okanogan, Washington. 2tp5 FOR SALE'-One Tea Bay Geldings. Weight 1550 ea. Age 4 - 6 s: .-H. Reynaud, Met- llIR..Watkins Com- 'y desirable tocal- ......... it "olSei in thfs section. The one selected to service it will be as- sured of more than livable earn- ings. Write to Fieldman for par- titular. P. B. Humphrey, Route 4, Snohomish, Wash. 2tc28 FOUND - A man's watch Own- er may have same by describing it to finder and paying for this ad. Call at Herald office. Sacred Heart _ ": ! Klemmer 1st Sunday of Month10:0 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 Church" ,'y School .................. 10 A.M. l.ng Sprvice .............. 11 A.M. Wing 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 6:30 P.M. Evenlng Service at 7:30 P.M. Choir Practice at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesday THE CHURCH OF CHRIST Pateros Sunday School at 10 A.M. Bible Study at 1 A.M. David Nickell, leader Communion at 12 Noon. Bethel Pentecostal Church BRIDGEPORT Sunday School .............. 10 A.M. Sun Iorning Service .... 11 A.M. Sunday Night .................... 8 P.M. Wednesday Night ............ 8 P.M. Ministers: Velma McElyea and Faye Linton. FULL GOSPEL MISSION W. M. BURNSIDE Pastor SUNDAY SERVICFS Sunday School at i0 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 ' at 8 o'clock each Sum- HERALD.REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON JULY 5, 1945 ( I sURPRISE PARTY FOR WILL CHOOSE PIN-UP CORRECTING A 28-YEAR OLD SPORTSMEN'S MEETING DELIVERY SERVICE STARTED CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING MISS CURRY GIRL BY AUGUST 1 MISTAKE The Brewster Sportsmen's As- L.S. Grant, manager of the new The Civic League held its reg- The birthday of Miss Ida Curry  A letter from the ship's editor In the Herald of 28 years ago, sociation will meet Tuesday, July Prince Store in Pateros, has just ular meeting at the Library. Hos- Wts ommemorated Friday even- on the U.S.S. Oknogan, written from which an extract was taken 10th, at 8:00 P.M., at the City purchased a twelve foot refriger-t teases were :Mrs. Cleatis Key and ing by a group of friends at a ated meat case in addition to the Mrs. W. W. Howard. Plans were surprise dinner party for her a to Coleman Walls, county auditor last wee'k, at least one name had, Hall. A report will be made on many improvements he is making discussed for the serving of the the G. S. Asbury home. Presentof Okanogan cottnty, states the been omited from the list of vol- the State Sports Council and o- on the Pateros Store. ,dinner to those attending the Fos- were the Misses Ida and Kelsie boys are still very much interest- unteers for Service in World War ther important business to trans- Another added feature is the ter Creek Project Hearing. Curry, and Marybelle Armstrong, ed in choosing a queen for the ship I. It was that of Win. Pulsipher. act. Presiden Wm. Underwood delivery service they have started. It was decided to hold the next He and his brother Harry entered has requested that a representa- Deliveries are twice a week, on meeting ,two weeks from today, Mrs. Marion Brown, Mrs. Nannie from the pictures submitted by the a the same time, and were both tive group be present. Tuesdays and Fridays. July 19th. Gillespie, Mrs. O. P. McCoy,, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Wilson and chil-girls of Okanogan county, and "across." dren, Mac and Mary Lynda, Louis that the decision will be made Au- Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. G. S. As- I gust 1st. Mrs. Hannah Creveling was bury. The letter closed by saying, down from Winthrop for a few "Our two boys who recently paid days visit last week with her sis- COUNTY ARRESTS 'your city a visit have been able to er, Mrs. Joe McCormick. : talk of little else than the royal Martha L;u r:me; and Norton The sheriff's office reports and hospitable way in which they that Steve Ralph Heidt, arrested were entertained there. I wish to Winans returned Sunday from a by Michel anl Moss on an assault warn you that in the event th week's visit with Mr. and Mrs.  charge, was given a 30 day jail OKANOGAN s ever in your vi- D. C. Rees, Wilbur. Drifted Snow Brand sentence; Willie Frank, Pateros, cinity again you will undoubtedly John McC*oAicl l:ft Thursday FLOUR arrested for stealing gas, was gi- be invaded by a host of Okanogan for Spokane on business. yen 30 days and costs; Gee. An-sailors. I conclude by sending the " i*n * " 50 lb. BAG $2 49 thony Trabert was arrested by best wishes of .th$ officers and Before putt___g away winter Mi'chel and Moss at Oroville, fined men of the OKANOGAN o the woolens, hang them in the sun for $100.00 and costs and given a 15 fine citizens of Okanogan county" several hours and brush seams day suspended jail sentence, with and pockets where moths and . ; credit for 16 days served, when ENTERTAINS FOR their larvae may hide. tried before Judge Wm. Van Liew MISS ARMSTRONG Charges was selling liquor to a minor; George Teets. when heard before Judge Vieh, on a drunk Mrs. Marion Brown ertertain- 26 charge, was fined $20.00 and cost ed a number of guests at a buf- Choice, Eres and "given 30 days in jail, with20 ft supper Sunday evening honor- SED EGGS WHENYOU days suspended ; Frances Phillips' ing Miss Marybelle Armstrng' U ?0 C Oroville, wts arrested by Win. who is soon leaving in prepara- Downs, on an alleged larceny by tion for entering the Central Cola 1 DOEN check eharge, lege of Education at Ellensburg. CARS , WANT REAL Miss Armstrong received a show-  -- INsTATETHE oFSUPERIORwAsHINGToNCOURT INOF ANDTHE er of kerchiefs. F, Yljoying, the up- ' DELIVERY FOR THE COUNT,Y OF OKANOOAN portunity to tender their best Wish es for success in her new work IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Each one at or below Ceiling w00re SEIrVICE MARTINIUS H. MATHISEN, also and Mrs. Ray Ramsey, Mr. and It will pay you to see known as MARTINIUS H. MATHISON, Mrs. W. G. Morris, Mr. andMrs. THE USED CAR LEADER Deceased. GOOD FRESH BEEF" No. 3469 G.S. Asbury, Mr. and Mrs. G.L. before you buy a used car NOTICE OF SALE OF RAL Wilson and children, Mr. and Mrs. ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE PHONE 11 C. A. Brown, Mrs. Lizzie Gillespie We buy used cars at lop prices NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That Mrs. Nita Thornton, Mrs. O. P. Albert Mathtsen administrator of the  28c estate of Martinius H. Mathisen. de- McCoy, Mrs. Delbert Brown and ceased, under authority of ..... der children, Misses Ida Curry, Kelsm 1941 Buick 4-oor Sedan, Radio 6 Points lb. Phone your orders before granted by this Court dated the 20th .. day of June. 1945. will sell at privat Curry, and Marie Starzman, and and Heater $1556.00 sale the following d .... ibed real estate Jack Kirk. 1938 Chevrolet Panel  Ton 3:00 P.M. TUESDAYS & sittmted in the County of Okanogan, Heater $547.00 Deliv i State of Washington. to-wit: FRIDAYS. e es go Lot 1; the East half of the North- I I 1936 Terrapin:he Sedan, Heater ' west quarter; and the Soutawest quar- and Radio $395.00 ter of the Northeast quarter,; Lot 5 BODY WORK ou, at 4:00 P. M. (SEISW); and he Northeast quar- 1936 LaSalle 4-door Sedan, ter of the Southwest quarter: all in Radio and Heater $695.00 Section 31, Township 31 North, Range 24 EWM. IS ALL -- Lot 3 (NEI NW  ) and Lot 4 (NW . N;W ), Section 6, Township 30 GUARANT00 See us before you sell your ........ [ --* .._, North, Range 24, E.W.M. , Used Car A undivided one-half interest in and to Lots 1 and 2; Lot 3 (NE- SE) ; the Southwest quarter of the MaC PI00INCE'S STOI00E Northeast quarter; and the Northwest quarter of the Southeast quarter; all BOTH CAR & SIGN PAINT- I in Section 36, Twp. 31 N, R. 23. .... ,o 00'aev00o00 e. o reTest in and to Lot 2 (SW%NWV): : Lot 3 (WSW/4); and Lot 4 (SW- sw).  Sotion  Tohi, ] L.S. GRANT PATEROS LOUIS PRICE North, Range 24, E.W.M. Phone 11 Chelan, Wash. Said property will be sold on or af- UPHOLSTERING, FINISHING ter the 14th day of July. 1945; all bids AND ALL KINDS OF GEN- must be in writing and may be left at the office of John Hancock, attorney, ERAL BODY REPAIR WORK at the address below stated, or may be mailed or delivered personally to the administrator whose address is Brew-" ster. Washington, or left with the RADIATOR REPAIRING AND Clerk of the Superior Court. Okanogam Washington. No abstract of title is to ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM ) be furnished on any of safd properzy and sale will be made to the highest CHECK-UP WORK and best bidde, subject to the confir- mation by theCourt, The First National Ban00 Terms of sale are CASH and must be paid immediately upon confirmation of the ,.e. CHELAN BODY AND - - ALBERT MATHISON Administrator of the Estate of Martinius H Mathisen. Deceased. FENDER WORKS JOHN HANCOCK," Attorney for Administrator " JACK BLAIR, PROP. Okanogan Title Building Okanogan, Washington " June 28, July 5 --" -._ ...... rewter, Weth|ntou CARIBOU THEATRE .,o .. Brewster, Washington The association I have had with you in the operation of the rst National Bank of Brewster has been pleasant through these past 19 years. LAST TIMES TONIGHT I have wanted to retire from the presidency of the bank and I did not hesitate in agreeing with the THURSDAY JULY :! other stockholders that the present time is opportune to accept an offer of the National Bank of Commerce of Seattle to purchase our banking business at the close of business, June 30 1945, LOST IN A HAREM This office will be known as the Brewster Branch of the National Bank of Commerce after June 30 ABBOTT AND COSTELLO and under the management of Mr. C. V. Hile, a forer Wenatchee boy with a wide banking experi- .....TUr BIG SHOW ence. He is well acquainted with our poblems and I do lOt hesitate to recommend him. GENE AUTRY AND SMILEY BURNETTE This move will give our community and depositors the benefit and protection provided by the Na- tional Bank of Commerce with a capital structure of over $10,000,000.00 and total resources of over Plus Short Subject $300,000,000.00. .._ FRI SAT JULY 6 & 7 " They will retain the present pe"sonnel of this bank, who with Mr. Hile, the new manager, will GOIN' TO TOWN gladly serve all custsners both large and small. LUM AND ABNER Your deposits will continue to be insured as in the past but in as much as your deposits will be PLUS THE FEATURE taken over and assumed by the National Bank of Commerce, the regulations of the FDIC require i that the following formal notice be sent you: NEVADA " Please be advised that the deposit liabilities shown on the books, of the undersigned bank as of the GREY'S STORY with BOB MITCHUM & ANN IEFFREYS close of business on June 30th, 1945, nave Deen assumed by the National Bank ofCommerce of Seattle Plus Short Subject Washington and that the status of the undersigned bank as an insured bank wi] therefore terminate as provided in section 12B (i) (4) of the Federal leserve Bank Act, as amended." SUN.-MON. JULY 8 & 9 HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN You are further advised that the National Bank of Commerce of Seattle is an insured bank and -.C-, that your deposits will continue to be insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in the , manner and to the extent provided in said Act. - BETTE DAVIS, JACK BENNY & ALL-STAR CAST Plus Cartoon And News THE FIRST NATIOIAL BANK WED.-THURS. JULY 11 & 12 Brewster, Washington. EXPERIMENT PERILOUS Ihave enjoyed my banking connections with you and will continue as one Of this community, , attending to rny insurance and real estate business, showing Mr. Hile around so that you may become HEDY LAMARR AND GEORGE BRENT personally acquainted with him, and maybe doing a little fishing on the side, and I sincerely trust PLUS THE FEATURE you will give Mr. Hile the same kind consideration as accorded myself. MY GAL LOVES MUSIC Sincerely, BOB CROSBY AND GRACE MCDONALD W.G. Morris. Plus Cartoon And News