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PAGE 4 Sacred Heart CATHOLIC CHURCH BREWSTER Rev. Raymond A. Klemmer Pastor SCHEDULE OF MASSES 1st Sunday of Month 10:30 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" Sunday School .................. 10 A.M. Morning Service .............. 11 A.M. Evening 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. Evening Service at 7:30 P.M. Choir Practice at 7:30 P.M. o Wednesday / THE CHURCH OF CHRIST Pateros Sunday School at 10 A.M. Bible Study at 11 A.M. David Nickell, leader Communion at 12 Noon. Bethel Pentecostal Church BRIDGEPORT Sunday School ........ _. .... 10 A.M. Sun. Morning Service .... 11 A.M. Sunday Night .................... 8 P.M. Wednesday Night ............ 8 P.M. "nist'ers: Velma McElyea and Fay,.L!nton. FULL GOSPEL MISSION SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School at 10 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 Services at 8 o'clock each Sul- day evening. The label "ready to eat" must now be stamped on cooked m'nok- ed hams, smoked picnic and Can- adian bacon. iii il, i i i . i NAVIGATION LIGHTS FOR L. ROOSEVELT COULEE DAM, WASH., - Pre- @aring for the postwar days when scores of pleasure and commer- cial craft will be shuttling up and down Lake Roosevelt behind Grand Coulee Dam, the United States Coast Guard is installing navigation lights and 'eflector buttons from the vicinity of the t dam to 110 miles upstream, the Bureau of Reclamation announ- ced today. Authorized " by the D!.strict Coast Guard Officer, 13"th Naval District, Seattle, the installations will b spaced at strategic points on both sides of the channel, said Chief Carpenter's Mate Maurice Keane, who is directing the work. Twenty-six battery up'crated lights and 9 reflector buttons will be installed, Keane said. The lights, which o$/erate on a long- life battery, go on automatically at sundown and are scheduled to begin operating about mid-Oct 0 - ber. IO€ PER LINE FIRST INSERTION; Se PER- LINE EACH SUBSEQUENT IN- SECTION. CASH WITH ORDER. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ERRORS IN ADS PHONED IN WANT, ED - Housekeeper for elderly gentleman. Five-room fur- nished modern home, no laundry Box 93, Pateros, Phone 345. tic RADIO REPAIRS. Have your radio repaired now. Howard Zim- merman, phone 207, Okanogan. tic Order now for quick delivery of dry pine or fir cordwood. 1542.75 for 3-cord load. Darrow Rawley, Phone 267-W; Okanogan POLE PROPS FOR SALE New, any quantity, ]c a foot. Old Byron Stubbs place, Brewster : Flats. E. J. Hallenbeck. tic2 WANTED- Woman to work at bakery in afternoons. Wilson's Bakery, Brewster. tic9 FOR SALE - 5-Room House on Main St. in Pateros, modern ex- cept heat. A, R. Bullock, Pateros. FOR SALE - Cocker ,paniel pups Six's Servic Sta- tion, north end of bridge, Brew- star, Washington. 214016 FOR SALE- Slab wood and truck for he. E. C. Faubus,; Brewster, Wash. 21p16 FOR SALE - Pigs, 4 - 6 w'eeks old, $10.00. L. B. McLean, Brew- star. 1 tp 19 FOR SALE - Used dining ta- bles. One table with chairs. One complete four chair set, with buf- fet, solid mahogany. Chelan Fur- niOure Company, Chelan, Wn. ltc CARIBOU THEATRE Washington LAST TIMES TONIGHT THURSDAY AUGUST 16 PAN AMERICAN PHILLIP TERRY AND AUDREY LONG PLUS THE FEATURE STRANGE AFFAIR ALLYN JOSLYN AND EVELYN KEYES FRI.- SAT. AUGUST 17 & 18 MAISIE GOES TO ANN SOTHERN AND JOHN HODIAK Plus Cartoon And News SUN.- MON. AUGUST 19 & 20 'LAKE PLACID SERENADE VERA HRUBA RALSTON AND WILLIAM FRAWLEY PLUS THE FEATURE SHE GETS HER MAN JOAN DAVIS AND* LEON ERROL WED.- THURS. AUG. 22 & 23 SIGN OF THE CROSS CLAUDETTE COLBERT AND FREDERIC MARCH MEET MISS BOBBY SOCKS BOB CROSBY AND LYNN MERRICK Plus Short Subject PATEROS HERALD-REPORTleR, BREWSTER, WASHIN(TON i LT. WHELER HOME Word received from the Wm. Wheeler family of Spokane said their son Lt. Eugene is home on furlough. He was with the 8th Army anl,piloted a B 17. He made 35 missions over Germany from England: Recently he has been operatign officer for 3 months in France, after his furlough he will go to Santa Barbara, Cal. for reassignment.. " "00v2o Mr. and Mrs il n, of Spo- kane, are house "guests at the Her- bert French home. Mrs. Har;y Erv;n, *Beverly and Shirley returned home from a two weeks visit with Mr. Ervin's niece, Mrs. John Hanford, in Van couver, Washington. The Carnival held on the City Park lawn last Saturday evening AUGUST 16, 1945 MRS. CHAS. MILLER --O. Earl Morris was in Wenatehee on business on Tuesday. @ • $ • Mrs. John Godfrey went to Wenatchee on Monday. s s m** Mrs. Eliz eth Henry of Seattle is visiting wth Mr. and Mrs. F.J. Sinnett. Major a;d Ir;. lred Everts- ,busch are now in Colorado Springs Fred is assistant director of ground operations. $ •  "a Mrs. Kyle Wagg an! children have been visiting her sisVer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cloud, in Bellingham. * * @ $ Staff Sgt. Willard Lewis has been given his discharge. He has been in the South Pacific for the B,00h00ayPa00y .ANSF00LO 11i, } Th'e semi-annual birthday par- Harold B. Stout, M.D. Okanogan County ty of the Pateros W.S.C.S. will be /[[ held on the lawn of the home of Pateros: Tues. & Frl. P.M / ] WM. BAINES, Mgr. Mrs Fred Mikel Wednesday af- le, vs By Appointment l:l Okanogan, Wash. ternoon, August 22nd. Members . jr• having birthdays the first half of , , ._ the year will b'e hostesses and the others will be responsible for the program. All members are urged to attend. Mr. Louis'P;nc;, :f the Prince Store in Pateros, and Earl Pratt, of Tonasket, have purchased all of Monte Sinnetts cattle, 150 head. They are shipping some of them away Tuesday. Mr. and lIrs.* Tom *Pasley came from Higrove, California to at- tend the funeral of his mother, and are now visiting at the hame of their daughters, Lulu Dezellem past three years. He is. the son ot by the American Legion and Aux- and Mrs. Harry Ervin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leris ..... iliary was well attended and a de- * • • ° • * * * cided success in all ways Sgt Leslie 2nd Mec. Cav. Rec. Rev. and Mrs. Sparrow and • • • ,-" received the Purple Heart for Sharon left Monday to attend the Wilmot Humphrey, from the wounds received in Germany just Twinlow Family Institute. They coast, landed at the Anderso before they surrendered. He is" xpect to be home again by Fri-[Field Saturday. He spent the now in the army of occupation. day. weekend with Roy Humphrey at He is the son of Mr. and Mrs • • • a I Azwell. Tom Paply. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burgettl -- -- -- , -- have purchased a home from Har- I   - ' lay Moore, in the south part of n,r ss a aaer, e-rstnsa|,-, • ' town. They expect to move into it U|l,'l " IlINllil'/ll'JllUlAIJ  I I about the 19th of August  ilUJL ITI/411U//4U/UIIRU I J. Those attending' the funeral of ANNOUNCES Mrs. Jane Pasley in Chelan on Sunday were Mrs. Lulu Dezellem and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ervin, Mrs: Anna Adams and sons Ralph and Arthur, Mr J. Tuttle and Mrs. Clyde Miller." IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF OKANOGAN No. 11,O32 SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION MARY C. TUPPER, Plaintiff -vs- T. F. HUDSON, if living, or the un- known heirs ofT. F. Hudson if de- ceased, W. H. ERVIN, and GEORGE $. McALVEY, Defendants THE STATE OF-W'ASHINGTON TCt THE SAID T. F. HUDSON, IF LIVINg, OR THK UNKNOWN HEIRS OF T; F. HUDSON IF DECEASED, DEFEN DANTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within 60 days afler the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit: within 60 days after the 12th day of July, 1945, 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 eaSe of your failure so to do. Judgment will be rendered against yon 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 I plaintiff herein in and to the following ) described real estate situated in the I County of Okanogan, State of Wasl- i ington, to-wit: Lots 7, 8 and 9 of Block B of Or-. chard Park Homesites. an additi'onl to Pateros, Washin'gton, 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 claims of right, title, estate, lien or interest I of the defendants herein, or any of the! said defendants, is subord4nate and in- ferior to the title and right to posses- sion of the plaintiff. WICKS & MANSFIELD Attorneys for Plaintiff Post Office Address: Lane Building Okanogan, Washington July 12. 19. 26. Aug. 2. 9. 16 el III I WE will pay you tbp CASH PRICE, for your Call and USED CAR us and we will come get your usED'CAR O Chevrolet Co. Phone 11 Chelan, Wash. Illll Ill I BODY WORK IS ALL GUARANTEED / WORD MOTORS ARE THEIR AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR THE ROSE OFFSET DISC PRICES 20 in. Blades 22 in. Blades 4 ft 6 in ................ $198.00 ............... $210.00 5 ft. 3 in ............ 240.00 ............. 254.00 6 ft ............ 272.00 ............... 288.00 369.00 Brewster, Washington TH E FACT IS GENERAL ELECTRIC C 6E-165 J WEIRD AUTO WITH 22"EYES"wAs USED TO TEST SEALED-BEAM HEADLI6HTS DEVELOPED BY 6ENERAL ELECTRIC BEFORE THE WAR: NOW OUR WAR PLANES HAVE SIMILAR 6-E L00NO00N6 L00PS TWENT00 TIMES BRIGHTER. ONE EXTRA E66 A DAY FROM A FLOCK OF 300 HENS WILL PAY FOR €" LI6HTIN THE POULTRY HOUSE AND WARMIN6 THEIR DRINKIN • WATER ALL WINTER. 4,755 WAR VETS WERE EMPLOYED BY .. GEN ERAL ELECTRIC AND AFFIUATED COMPANIES BY THE • END OF 1944. Hear the G-E radio programs: The G-E All-girl Orchestra, Sun. 10 p. m. EWT, NBC--The World Today news, Mon.through Fri. 6:45 p.m.EWT.CBS--TheG-E l-louseParty.Mon.through FrL 4:00p.m. Ewr.CBS. FOR VICTORY--BUY AND HOLD WAR BONDS • Gonerel Electric Company, Schenectady. N. Y. f r. GENERAL ELECTRIC BOTH CAR & SIGN PAINT- ING UPHOLSTERING, FINISHING AND ALL KINDS OF GEN- ERAL BODY REPAIR WORK RADIATOR REPAIRING AND ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM CHECK-UP WORK CHELAN BODY AND FENDER WORKS JACK BLAIR, PROP. OPEN BUSINESS" O" i Aut? Repat00mg Truck " Tractors what, have yoo SHORTY'$ GARAGE 1 Mile West of Brewster • On Old Highway t } A MIDDLE-AGED man named had an idea.., an idea Out of the idea came Postumthe mealtime drink which Post peddled from horse and buggy, from store to store. . the drink that grew from a business pro- viding jobs for a few, to the great Amer- ican mealtime drink that helps provide employment for thousarlds. _. The foregoing extract from an auth: ..... :itative statement pictures, in substantial part, the humble beginning of one of the units of an outstanding American enter- prise, General Foods Corporation, which, besides Postum, supplies a wide variety of _ wholesome food products to American • homes--and many thousands of pay checks to American men and women; :. Throughout the entir country homes ar’.: ', sustained, by jobs in supplying and pro y #l Cessing the many articles of the General ;:,.r:/ Foods family, iust a few f which.are Grape-Nuts, jell-O, Maxwell House Cof- fee, Post Toasties. Snider's Condiments, Swans Down Cake Flour and Walter Baker's Chocolate Products. And now General Foods Corporation, a great sustaining influence in the coun- try's well-being, is an important, valued customer of The National Bank of Com- merce of Seattle. Histories of customers, such as this, are among the reasons why The National Bank of Commerce always extends friendIy, constructive consideration to businesses with small, but sound begin- nings. Regardless of size, new enterprises of that type receive sympathetic, neigh- borly service here. _4__ I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Brewster Branch Brewster CARROL V. HILE, MANAGER