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AUGUST 23, 1945 i LIQUIDATION NOTICE T.he First National Bank of Brewster, located at Brewster, in the State of Washington, is clos- ing its affa.irs. All note-holders and other cre- ditors ar$ hreby notified to pre- sent the notes and other claims against the association for pay- nent. W. G. Morris, President. Aug. 23 --Oct. 18 i Graveside Services Gravesid services were held Tuesday morning at the Bridge- port cenetery  for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hunt born at the Omak Hospital Sunday. Rev. Pyles officiated and Mrs. Clinton Roys sang. Mrs. Ila ynau , of Gold Creek, and son, Rich/rd, of Pa- teros, were business visitors in Bridgeport the first of the week. l HERALD-REPORTER, BIEZWSTER, WASHINGTON i ii i i ii Achievement Day For 4-H Club Members Saturday, August 25th, will b Okanogan County Achievement Day for 4-H Club members. Club members and leaders will come to Okanogan that day to receive re- . ,. cognit;.0n for their activities of the past year. The county demon- stration contest will be held at that time also. The program for the day will be as follows: 2:00 p.m. - Demonstration Con- test. 4:30 p.m. - Dress Revue Con- test. 6:00 p.m. - Potluck picnic for Club members and families in the City Park. 7:30 p.m.- Achievement Day program and ,presentation of a- wards. These activities will be held in the Granger School auditorium. The public is c.ordially invited t attend. Mary GruenwMd left Saturday for Wenatchee to be ready for the opening of Junior College on Wednesday. BRIDGF000RT MRS. CLARA WRIGHT 4) Sgt. Gregg Pitts and wife left the first of the week for the coast after a isit at tl/e Vollie Pitts home. a @ O. O / Mrs. Chas. Washburn and/chil- dren and Mrs. J. G. Allen and Dielde are spending the week at Greens Resort on Lake Chelan. Miss Hetherington spent Tuesday at Chelan and ManSon. Bridgepsrt C. C. Committees Named The Commerc;al Club of the town of Bridgeport hld s regu- lar meeting at the cit7 hall Mon- day evenirg at which time pres,:- dent Wilbur Conklin appointed the following comanittees: Meva- bership, Wade Trout,man, Win. Lindert, Henry Sornberger; Civic and industrial improvement, C. B. Lamoreux, L. E. Monroe, Elmer Caldwell; Finance and taxation, W. F. Cornehl, Chas. Wasllurn, R. C. Monroe; Roads, Wade Trout man, W. F. Cornhl, Chas. Wash- burn; Agculture and rural life, Win. Asmussen, Herman Willms, W. F. Dixon; Entertainment, pub- litSr and advertising, Stanley Shaw, C. B. Imoreux and Elbert Conklin. Garden Clubs - HI FRIENDS! 7 WELCOME TO BREWSTER I or I DERBY DAY, AUGUST 25th GAMBLE LUMBER CO. ::+:" ..... How to keep wheels rolling You roll on wheels--and ..... the whets of your car or truck toll on bearings. To protect wheel bearings ue long-lived, wear-redudng RPM wheel Bearing Grease. Ruined wheel bearings are hard to replace these days] Keep yours in tip-top condition by regldar servicing with RPM Wheel Bearing Grease! : Therriault & Darlington Wholesale Dealers Phone 232 PATE] $ "Chas. Owen* reuled to his hoe in Oregon Tuesday after a v at the home of his grandpar- ts, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Malumey. Ralph Lamo:eux' hs returned home from Seattle  where he has been working in the shipyards. His wife and daughter Linda are pected the last o the week. a 00a00,b;ll r00rn00d Tuesday from a visit with rela- tives and friends in Seatde and at Mt. Ranier. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willms spent Sunday at the H. Kinkade home a Peshastin. * * d Dr. and Mrs. . R. Northrop? of Spokane, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Clara WriehL 4,  t Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Napier, of Seattle, are visiting at the Claude Arthur home this week. The Ci00c 0000e'of sw por held their regular meeting Monday evening on the school lawn. Plans were made for future activities. T. P. Ho;p ret]rned Tuesday from a visit in Wenatche*e and Pateros. $ Mr. and Mrs_ S. J. Slade, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Troutman spent Sunday at Lake Chelan. REPORT ON AAA PRACTICES To all farrrmrs and orchardists signed up on the AAA Program for 1945, County Chairman J. E. Wilkinson wishes to advise that if you are in Okanogan drop "into the office and make your report. Bring receipts for commercial fer- tilizer, pipe, pasture seeding, etc. Your cooperation and timely emn- pliance will be greatly apprecia- ted. If your particular community LOOK YOUR BEST Shop Hours 8:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. Saturdays and Days (Continued From Page I) Section I. Vegetables Division 1. Plate of 3 Tomatoes 2. Plate of 3 dry onions 3. Bunch of 5 carrots 4. Bunch of 5 parsnips 5. Plate of 3 beets 6. 3 ears sweet corn 7. 3 ears field corn 8. Plate 5 potatoes 9. One pumpki 10. One squash large var. 11. One squash small ear. 12. One watermelon 13. One cantaloupe 14. One head cabbage 15. On cauliflower 10. 3 peppers 17. One eggplant 18. 3 cucumbers 19. Miscellaneous reg. Sction J. Asters. Section K. Mixed Bouquet. Displays of flowers or veget- ables that are not listed will also be welcome. Be sure your name Is on container but not in sight so that judges can see it. crush fruit to be made into jams or preserves; use a wide shallow pan for the cooking; and do not make more than a quart at a tne. The quicker the jam or preserve is made, the beter itwill be. / Harold B. Stout; M.D. MANSFIELD / Pateros: Tues. & FrL P.M | l :Evenings By Appointment | Illll I Irewster, Washington EYERY DAY MORE FOLKS SAY... "AKE MINE HATIN'S" " b With that :famous smo-o-oth brewed flavor that dlkikkes every sic of Martin's When it's time ... msdm YOURS Martin's fine beer... In, oun, y,u i, my   at its best. / Msde for Your Mnoyment by tin . . . + Omak Bottling Works, Omak --- Distributor FOR PRIING PHON 37 The Herald'Repoter I We Will Have A SALES ENGINEER In Brewster SEPTEMBER 4-$-6 To Estimate Your Cost For a New RQof, Siding Or Insulation For Your Home STANDARD CONSTR. CO. Leave requests for call at office of Hera|d-Reporter I ill I I BODY WORK is A GUARA00EED 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 BLAI, PROP. County Company WM. BAINES, Mgr. Okanogan, Wash. "Just before picking time rolls around, STAFAST goes on my fruit. From past expe- rience I know it'lt mean more money for the crop be- cause it helps to step up grades and cuts down wind- fall losses. And this season, like last, I'm figuring on STAFAST to give us a hand in this tough labor problem. It helps to spread picking time, practically does away with "spot picktnB:' fes, i've listened to claims and arguments about pre- harvest sprays. But we don't fool around! We'll use STAFAST again. We/mow it'll do the iob!" PAGE 3 DON'T ++ THS* n+L J you are thinking of your future. Why not get into a profitable business of your own now, while W-- the'e are still good country routes | available. For full particulars write: The J. tL Watkins Corn- . pany, 4112 HolIis Sty, Oalland'l--'[!!l Humphrey, Route 4, Snohomish, Washington. 4tc23 . Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Braker hear from 'their daughter Thelma, a ' )ab:P I nurse in the Servioe, and now in/i 11 illlil| p( i.311 England, that she has sutained|/ an injury to her ankle. Her par- ents hope she may be home soon. I I I 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 HARRIS ELECTRIC SHOP PHONE 40 OR 40R W. R. HARRIS " BREWSTER Get your CAR TRANSFERS State Auto License O Automobile Insurance Wo00d Motors Brewster, Washington MORE FRUIT BETTER FRUIT by Actua/ Experience I / Apple and pear growe, me co "s_. ei.,ia.."-a . u.  - try over have seen "orchard proof lidving me mor #mpmm.gex of how STAFAST can step up the . , ...... , market value of their crops. It's a Hero $  $iAf' ,the st,,ui- pretty plain calculation-simply a 1 of'/. o. slm,,y .iwy: matter of having a lot more moy .tt's high macuve mgnments : .. fiuit go into the pack. Why? Be- it:s me pre-narvest spray wttn cause the vreharvest application naphthilene acetic acid plt, s. of STAFAgT Hormone Spray cuts  ST'AFAST has "built In" wetting down premature drop and wind, and adhesive alents tot maximuca fall losses, and holds the f,,'t on mixing, spteang, and stl..d." g. It loneer, so it will "color up' and  does not aomtton ot "'sie up"etter. In other ords. oH ,.. comes in  powder form the crop Is given a chance tO get for fople_abilj.v[ under all more of the help Mother Nature conditions, b"IIAlYAI is easy to has i store for it .... use tooTmerely sifted into the n spray tabk. So be+market wise... And another impottant STAFAST he ready with STAFAST. Order it result is spreading out the I>icking from your Orchard Brand Dealer time and practically elinunating today sreI k. . S. Pat. oe. GENERAL CHEMICAL COMPANY 40 RECTOR STREIrr, N]F  (b  Y. W'.tm. ,les & rrdmtcd $,r# 0 WEHATcHEE, YAKIMA t SEATTLE (WASH.) Sm Fm,:tSo Los An Denver lt,& r. :