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o AUGUST 9, 1945 HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON PAGE 3 We now have a stock of lamps for the home, flashlights and batteries and other electrical equipment NOW OPEN FROM 1 P.M. TO 4 P.M. DAILY Q HARRIS ELECTRIC SHOP PHONE 40 OR 40R W. R. HARRIS BREWSTER I [ m i DR. AUBREY MELIUS   OPTOMETRIST COMPLETE OPTOMETRIC SERVICE Office Hours . 1 To 5:30 P.M. DAILY 7 TO 9 P.M. SATURDAYS i OTHER HOURS BY APPOINTMENT i OFFICE PHONE .I20J RESIDENCE PHONE 22F22 " i STUART BLDG. CHELAN, WASH.. .. ...... .. .o . ..... RETURNS HOME ] INTERSECTION IMPROVED Mrs. Ronald Rehn returned i An improvement made in the home from Sprague Monday ev- town of Brewster has been the thing where she spent a few days cutting down, by means of a bull- l with her husband whiie he was on 1dozer, the bank west of the old leave. He returned to North Caro- primary school building. .The in- liria Sunday morning and will be tersection is now safer for both leaving for overseas duty soon. I pedestrians and motorists, I For a Good Lift Radiant Health Glowing Vitality Hail our refreshing Buttermilk OKANOGAN CREAMERY CO. OKANOGAN, TONASKET, OROVILLE, MOLSON, TWISP AND WINTHROP ! n BREWSTER Tech.-gt. Bud Schmidt is now stationed at Laredo, Texas. $ Mrs. Ray*Waddell and Phyllis spent Thursday in Omak. Mr. and Irs*. I;an'Hoyt, were Seattle visitors over the week-end. J $ Mrs. Met S*kil;s is spending this week in Spokane. Mr. and lIrs; Vi*rg'i tevens, of Wenatchee, were Brewster visit- ors Saturday. w $ s i Charles Goldberg spent last Fri day and Saturday in Wenatchee on business. $ s $ t Mr. and Mrs. B@b Goehry spent several days this week camping at Eight Mile, up the Methow. $ $ $ $ Dr. McKinley reports that Mrs. McKinley is able to leave the Se- attle hospital where she under- went an operation, and expects to return home this week. Harold B. Stout, M.D. MANSFIELD Pateros. Tues. & FrL P.M Evenings By Appointment / W-EALTH OF THE0000i00WEST..00000000 E M ".j In the mountains, in the suHace soils, and in the depths of this incredible West vast deposits of varied minerals abound. Not only precious metals but even more hnportant minerals--iron ore, manganese, zinc. chromite, alumina, phosphates, coal, and others--raw materkfls for the establishment of huge metallurgical plants. On the minerals of this recjion, varied industries will thrive producing machinery, tools, airplanes, auto parts, utess, tln plate, wire, cable, and a great variety of other metal products. Of invaluable aid during the war, the mining industry will be of even greater value in the peace as invention and research develop new uses for all metals. Fabulous are the riches oi the WeJt whre boundlon resourceJ challenge the inllkdive and ingenuity' of man. SICKS' SPOKANE BREWERY, INC.- SPOKANE, WASH. " sPe.b ws Wi"o etiv W aONo5 Washington's Oldest Industrial Institution Sinco 1878, Ncdionly Fmaous or hms tontly boon ono of tho major peyroll bulldors of the West. BUYS PROPERTY Mrs. Faye IcCullough recently purchased the Earl Hunt proper- ty, which he bought early this spring. It was formerly known as the 1VcPherson property, and occupied by the R. M. Lewis family. She plans to keep roomers. $ * $ Mr. and Mrs. Max Goehry have as house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Neil and two sons, of Fairbanks, Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. John Gebbers and son, Genelle Wagg and Art Hilde- brand, of Malott, made a trip to Wenatchee Thursday on business. The next regular meeting of the Civic League has been post- poned. They will not meet  until August 30th, the place to be an- nounced later. $ $ Gail Runyon went to Spokane Sunday morning and will meet her sister, Mrs. Ronald Rehn there, and spend a few days shop- ping. $ S Mrs. Long Jim,. widbw of the Chief, her daughter Jessie and children were over from the Oka- nogan River shopping Saturday. Tommy Dundas, who has been in training at Ft. Lewis, and Mrs. Dundas came over Friday night for a few days stay, Tmmy hay, ing a 17-day furlough, SMITH FUNERAL HOME PKARNE SMITH Licensed Funeral Director PHONE 421 PATEROS VISITS AT TONASKET Mrs. O. P. McCoy returned Sat- urday from a.short visit with re- latives and friends near Tonasket. While there she attended a ga- thering of members of the Har- mony and Young Women's Clubs. She was a guest at the Mae Yar- nell, Guy Yarnell and Mack Dey- cous homes. Leonard ;pa;ks *wl able to re- turn home last week from Soap Lake where he had sought medi- cal aid. Mr. and Mr: ]d hristianson, while over from Seattle last week, Paid a visit to. the C. R. Gilden family on the Methow. Ed and Chet were schoolmates in Brew- ster some years ago. Mrs. Alvin Swift and daughter, Esther, of Endicott, are at the home of Mrs. Swifts mother, Mrs. Nannie Gillespie. Mr. and lrs.* Howard Guenther have returned from a 'business trip'to their former home in Mon- tana. Mrs. M. S? Todd*a;d Mrs. Myr- tle Smith are spending a few days this week at Lake Wenatchee. M. S. Todd joined them Tuesday and they are going on to Seattle fr a short stay. Mr. and -- "lrs:F.'M.Stubbs, for- mer residents of Brewster Flats, are here from the C@ast visiting Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Geissler an.d other friends, Mr. and Mrs, Adrew Zach#r of Wenatchee. ere gests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Karl Clen: denin last week. Over the wee k end they went fishing at Early Winters. ......................... r .... THE FIRST and great Napoleon, who. clung to the theory that "armies travel on their stomach," was in a bad way. He was having difficulties in supplying his far- flung forces. He offered a prize of 12,000 francs for a method of preserving food. Spurred by this offer, amid the hunger and necessities of a war-torn continent, Francois Appert, a modest French confec- tioner, discovered that basic principles of cleanliness and the application of heat to sealed containers would prevent spoilage. He won. But canning remained a slow process until modern mass productionmethods were supplied to the production and clos- ing of the metal can. , * , The greatest progress in this respect, has come along in the Twentieth Century, largely since the organization of th@ American Can Company, which has long been a valued and important customer of The National Bank of Commerce of Seattle. *Development of s )rocesses for various types of food and the incredible speed of manufacture of metal cans, which pour at rates up to 400 per minute from each of hundreds of American Can Com - puny production lines in more than 50 fac- tories, have made it possible to can, eco- nomically, more than 2,500 products. Now Americans enjoy the world's higheat standard of living. This brief sketch Of how a great busi- ness and a great benefit to humanity sprang from a small confectionery shop verifies again a maxim of The National Bank of Commerce that virtually all large businesses oI today were once small And that is among the many reasons why this bank extends friendly and construe-  tire consideration to new and sound busi -' ness enterprises regardIess o! size at the start. Inquiries from small busipesses are welcomed here. ( Member Fleral Deposit Insurance" Corporation Brewster Branch Brewster CARROL V. HILE, MANAGER