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PAGE I ii THE HERALD-REPORTER ,i L. A. GILL,FASPI, ditor and Publisher i ii PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BRKWSTER, WASH. Enterl am second class matter at Brewster, Washington Notices of chtwoh oaents where an admission fee is charg- ed, cazzls of thankS, resolutions of condolence, or notices intended to promote private business of any kind, must be paid for at zegu- lar rates. "KEEP GREEN" Northcentral Washington has made a remark- able record this year in fire control. There hasn't been a serious fire in the forests this summer and the grass fires have been numerous but have caused little or no damage. This is especially a remarkable record as it has been a bad fire year. Forrest fires in adjacent areas have raced along out of control, with the damage running into the millions. Now is the time for everyone to be extra care- ful and to keep our fire record unmarred. EbCdinguish every spark and follow all the pre- cautions of the "Keep Washington Green," group to avoid danger bf fire. Mrs. Ada Lilly is at the Mar- shall Mitchell home at Coeur d'A- lone. The little daughter of the Mitchell's, born July llth. has been named IAnda June. ..... 1 _ Sacred Heart CATHOLICCHURCH BREWSTER Rev. Raymond A. Klemmer Pastor SCHEDULE OF MASSES ::  Sunday of Month 10:$0 A.M. i! lcl Sunday of: Month ..$ 0 A. :i' ' Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. SI :z s, Sunday of Month .. 8:00 A.M. : :';: CONGREGATIONAL i: '.: CHURCH !. :!:i,'  "The Friendly Church ::. -nday School :..'.:_'..' ...... 10 hM. !::iorning Service .._..'..'11 A.M, ':' ! " ' P M .-enlng Servlce ................ 8 . :]lbrayer Meeting and Bible ; Study Wednesday ...... ... 8 P.M. i!: Methodist Church  : . Phone 18 Rev. Stewart F. E. Sparrow [ :;e.;= Morning Service at 10 A.M. I Sunday School at 11 A.M. l Young Peoples' Meeting at 6:3@ P,M. Eveng Service at 7:30 P.M. Choir Practice at 7:80 P.M. on Wednesday THE CHURCH OF I CHRIST Patems . Sunday School at .10 A.M. Bible Study at II A.M. David Nickell, leader Communion at 12 Noon. Bethel Pentecostal Chumh BRIDGEPORT Sunday School .............. 10 A.M, Sun. Morning Service .... ' 11 A:M, Sunday Night ............... .... 8 P.M. Wednesday Night ........... 8 P.M. GUEST AT MACKEYS Second Lt. Donald H. Barnett, AAF visited at the Earl Mackey home the first of the week. He has just returned from the Aleutians where for the pasz fifteen months he piloted a C-47. lie has been in service since his enlistmen soon after Feral Harbor. Placed on ih- active duty, he plaits 'o return to Los Angeles to resume his work as a musician and arranger. I I ll-l-I I I III IIIII III I HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON BRIDGEPORT . MRS. CLARA WRIGHT ] Jane Dunning of Okanogan [visited Jeanne Monroe here the last of the week. a a Mrs. Carl Borne is spending several days in Spokvne. Mrs. Don R)seoff is visiting relatives in Eniat this week. a s s Miss Elda Folden of the Wel- fare office was a Bridgep(0rt visi- tor Thursday. a a Mr. and Mrs. Clyde IIam and, son Donald were Okanogan visi- tors Tuesday. s s s s Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Washburn and children, Jimmy and Patricia Ann, are spending a two weeks vacation on the coast. S * * * Mrs. Carol McInnes returned to her home in Bellingham after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allen. * s $ Mrs. Esther Ernsberger, Mrs. Marjorie Heimbigner and Mrs. Evelyn Adams spent Sunday at Lake Chelan. s *8 s The Ed Snelon and Paul Snel- son families, of Cashmere, spent Sunday at the Andy Hansen home here. The Mrs. Snelsons are sis- ters of Mr. Hansen. S * * Work on the Chas. Summers home is well underway. Jack Sum- mers of Seattle is doing the work assisted by local carpenters. It will be finished in another month. s * s Mrs. Minnie Willms went to Okanogan Thursday to take the civil service examination for pos- master. She has been acting post- master since the death of .Mrs. I Ligingston. Mr. and lrs; L.*E.SMonroe and HOME ON FURLOUGH I son, Bruce, and Carl Monroe re- turned Friday night from the Delbert Brown, a paratrooper coast. While away, Bruce joined in training at Ft. Benning Georg- the navy and is awaiting a call. ia, arrived home Friday for a t twenty-one day furlough. This is Mrs. W. anaer, of Bre- his first visit home since entering morton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter the Service last November. De1-iW heeler and children, of Patflsbo, bert is the eldest son of Mr. and and Mrs. Ernest Longanecker, of Mrs. Arthur Brown, and has awife Winthrop, visited Bridgeport re- and two Children here. i laves the last of the week. i Wheat harvest is in full Swing and help, while not plentiful, seems to be adequate to harvest the crop. Emerson Hanford haul- ed the first wheat of the season to the Cornehl warehouse here. S Mrs. Herm;n Cornehl and lit  ,ItFtlT nqSFJTION;  daughter Mrs. Tom Hyslop and LIN .ACH SUBSEQUENT IN. TION. CA/R4 - WITH ORDER. NOT RKSPNSIRLE FOR ERRORS IN ADS PHONED IN RADIO REPAIRS. Have your radio repaired" now. Howard Zim- mernmn, phone 207, Okanogan. tic children spent Sunday at the Gee. Galbraith home at Oroville. Sgt. Chesley Galbraith and bride were there that day. He is leaving soon for overseas. The Gard*en * Club *met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Stanley Slade. Work on the hos- pital afghani and liscussion oZ plans to assist Brewster Garden Club on Deroy #tay followed tbe business session. Mr. and *MRS. . *W. Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Speed vis- [ited over the week end at the home of. Mrs. John Wyer. All a tended the Rodeo at Chelan. Bonnie Jean, niece of Mrs. Ro- berts, accompanied them home, Order now for quick delivery of dry pine or fir cordwood. $42.75 for 3-cord load. Darrow Rawtey, 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 If you are lonely, writeBox 32, Clarkston, Wash. Send stamp. 4 land will make a trip to California . FOR SALE - Oak Dining Roomwith there Tble, with 4 leaves. W. C. Sparks NOTICE OF CLOSING REGISTRATION i BOOKS BREWSTER PRECINCT BREWSTER, WASHINGTON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that pursuant to the election laws of the State of Washin'gton, the registration books for the Brewster precinct will be closed August 5, 1945 8:00 P.M,, and will remain closed until after August 20th 1945, when they will again be open. DON WIDEL I Registration Clerk Brewster0 Wash. Ministrs:'Velma MeElyea aad Faye Linton. FULL GOSPEL MISSION SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School at-10 A.M, Morning Worship at II A.M. Evening Worship at 7:$0 P.M. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 P.M. ....... ' [ St James EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV. GORDON LIND Visar Services at 8.o'clok each. Sun- day evening. CARD OF THANKS Wish to thank people of Brew- ster and Gamble Mill for dona- tions and help offered us during our recent illness. Elmer Hammers & Family CARD OF THANKS In appreciation for the lovely cards and letters in my recent illness. Mrs. Ruth Thayer CARD OF THANKS In appreciation of your kind- ness and sympathy in the illness and death of our beloved Mother. Warner Family. Phone 65, Brewster 3tpl2 FOR SALE - Dry Tree Props. Stanley Bertram, RR 1, Omak.3rp FOR SALE --4940 M.cCormick- Deering cream separator. 90,0 lb. capacity, self-starting electric mo- tor. Excellent conditi0n. Bob Stookey, Pateros, Wash. 2tc26 WANTtED - Housekeeper for elderly gentleman. Five-room fur- nished modern home, no laundry Box 95, Pateros, Phone345. tfc26 FOR SALE - Peaches. Phone 23. Gamble Lumber Co. tfc2 --FOR SA-----LE - 5-Turkey-hens 1 Gobbler, 20 "young turkeys, 8-10 weeks old. Call 3F55, Brewster. WANTED- Pear Packers, at Me4ford, Oregon. Pearl Brown, Brewster. Call 3F55 at once. 2tc2", FOR SALE- Fruit jars: Fred Acord. Brewster. 2tp2 FOR SALE - Spanish Guitar Andrew Alex, Box 281, Brewster WANTED - To buy  for cash,house in town or improved acreage close to Brewster or Pateros. N.E.Carroll, Okanogan Wash. FOR SALE - Blooded sa&dle mare well broke, new stock saddle and bridle, N.E.Carroll, Okanogan Aug. 2 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON" IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF OKANOGAN No. 11,032 SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION MARY C. TUPPER, Plaintiff -vs- T. F. HUDSON, if living, or the un- known heirs of T. F. Hudson iI de- ceased, W. H. ERVIN, and GEORGE S. McALVEY, Defendants THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO THE SAID T. F. HUDSON, IF LIVING, OR THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF T. F. HUDSON IF DECEASED, DEFEN- DANTS: ! YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within 60 days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit: within 60 days after the 12th day of July, 1948, and defend the above entitled action in the above en- titled Court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein, and serve a copy of your answer upon the under- signed attorneys for said plaintiff at their office below stated, and in case of your failure so to do. judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court The purpose for which this action is brought is to quiet the title of the plaintiff herein in and to the following described real estate situated in the County of Okanogan, State of Wash- ington, to-wit : Lots 7, 8 and 9 of Block B of Or- chard Park Homesites, an addition to Pateros, Washington, according to the official plat thereof on file and of record in the office of the county auditor of said Okanogan County, and to adjudge that any and all elains of right, title, estate, lien or interest of the defendants herein, or any of the said defendants, is subordinate and in- ferior to the title and right to posses- sion of the plaintiff. WICKS & MANSFIELD Attorneys for Plaintiff Post Office Address: LOST - Ladies Elgin wrist watch, in Brewster or vicinity. Reward. Call Vernon Monroe or leave at Herald office. 2-t-p-2 POLE PROPS FOR SALE New, .any quantity, Ic a foot. Old Byron Stubbs place, Brewster Flats. E. J. Hallenbeek. t, fc2 FOR SALE - Steel cots and pads, baby bed, electric roaster, g01d fish tank, man's brown Top-. Lane Building Okanogan. Washington oat size 38, etc. Pateros Hotel., Jui 120 19. 2S. Aug. S. 9, lS VISIT BRIDGEPORT Mr. and Mrs. Sam Buckingham of Omk were in town Saturday for a short time. They were ac- companied by their children, Jan- na Kay and Billfe and Cpl. Keith Buckingham, who was home for a few hours from Ft. Lewis. Cpl. Buckingham has been in the army air corps three and a half years - two of which were spent in England. He leaves short- ly for overseas. His wife and little daughter are in Florida. ATTEND FUNERAL , I The following "local people at- tended the funeral of Mrs. Ella Warner at Okanogan last Friday: Mrs. Myrtle Gamble, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Albin, Mrs_Nannie Gillespie, Mrs. F. L. McCrea, Mrs. Ellis Poole, John Gebbers, Myron Mun- son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pulsipher, and Albert Wick. B. F. Six, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ramsey, and Mrs. Charles Moore went to the Coast Sunday. Mary Moore is staying with Mrs. Six while the party is away I SAVE TIME! USE THE OKANOGAN VALLEY BUS LINES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE SERVICE Leave Chelan .......... T:5S A.M. Leave Pateros .......... S:28 A.M. Leave Brewster ........ 8:40 A.M. Leave Bridlop .... 9:00 A.M. Leave Mansfiell 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 Ridnts KEEP WASHINGTON GREEN t __ PHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO 37 AUGUST 2, 1945 KEEP WASHINGTON GREEN ,00ocid gives better Codling Moth Control All the many spray ad. vantages of natural Cry- olite are found in KrY0eide. Yet it costs no more than ordinary in- Manufalurers sectieides--and it is more of effective, safe, and easy "PENCe" to handle. Your dealer has plenty of Kryocide available--see him now ! The new fluorine tolerance on apples and pears is .049 grains per pound. That's almost two and a half times as much as it used to be ! So NOW you can + use MORE Kryocide -- and get better control of the second brood Codling Moth. In fact, you can use Kryocide through the season, under ordinary spraying and washing procedure, without fear of difficult residue removal provided the recommendations of the Washington State Experi- ment Station are followed for spraying and for washing. KRYOCIDE DOES NOT STERILIZE YOUR SOIL. IT DOES NOT CAUS# ANNOYING SKIN IRRITATIONS ON YOUR PICKERS AND SPRAYERS. IT IS NOT ACUTELY TOXIC TO MAN, CATTLE OR OTHER MAMMALS. FOR BETTER CONTROL OF SECOND BROOD HOT WEATHER CODLING MOTH WORMS--USE KRYOCIDE! BRAND Agricultural Insecticides AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS DIVISION PENNSYLVANIA SALT MAN U FACGTO N WENATCHEE TACOMA YAKIMA The Harvest Brigade is strictly a wartime measure --designed to make critical materials do the great- est possible amount of work. Massey-Hhis would like to build Self-Propelled Combines for all farmers who need them now, but materials are not available. When this emergency is over, they will be produced ... and elf-Propelled will be YOUR ANSWER TO THE HARVEST PROBLEM in the years to come. A WAR EMERGENCY MEASURE you where r.nd when it will be operatg. Be sure to see the fc'om:ionary, record-breaking Self- Propell.d Combine in action. We are eager and ready t. co-operate vrith you in "keeping your present equipment in repair, in uppiying new tools if pos.-ib!e, aud in planning your future ;.mplcmct reqnirements. See us about Massey-Harris Self-Prcpelled Combines, Clipper to Invade the 1945 GRAIN CROP emember 1944, with its bumper " byanyother type i' combine? i , ., crop.., serious shortage of men and farm machinery.., thousands of acres of precious grain destined for destruction? Remember how the Massey-Harris Sc'f- Propelled Harvest Brigade saved the day for Massey-Harris Self-P/ope)led Combines arc fhousands of farmers last year - swept banded into a new and still greater Harvest m| Moned Mo.-'s over mid-western and western grain belts. Brigade. Wherever harvesting assistance is ]? _ harvcagSmore grain per hour, per man, most urgently needed, Vou'll find the fighting per machine and per dollar than eve before Brigade ready to lend a helping hand. 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