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PAGE 4 HERALD-R-PORTIR, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON c00Es' ,,. T.. s........., o.... PAT00.0S State FOR THE COUNTY OF OKANOGAN (Continued From Page I) No ............. effort. Laborccise we have jyst SUMMONS.I, FOR PUBLICATION Sacred Heart passed through a seller's market. THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL ' CHURCH OF BREWSTER. WASHING- BLUEBIRDS GO TO CAMP MRS. CHAS. MILLER The Bluebirds who att'eaded camp at Lake Wenatchee were Mrs. Harry Aslakson entertain-Darlene Meadows, Lorraine and ed twenty-five ladies of the Oka- Ellen Brownlee, and Joan Neff, SCHEDULE OF MASSES 1st Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 2nd Sunday of Month ..80,0 A.M. 3rd Sunda, 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 Wlednesday ........ 8 P.M. 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. on Wednesday 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. Ministers: Velma McElyea and Faye Linton. @ SUNDAY SERVICFS 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 &clock each Sum- day evening. Soft fruits and tomatoes not firm enough for canning, yet not overripe or with bad spots, make first rate jce. nogan Baptist Society. on Thurs- They were escorted to Wenatchee CATHOLIC CHURCH The buyer had no choice. It was TON. a corporation, Plaintiff, day for an all day eeting with a by Edna Pryor and Wilma Baker, take it or leave it - another JObis OKAN(GAN IMPROVEMENT CaM- ,pot:luck lunXch ' at noon. BREWSTER was to be had anywhere. This PANY. a corporation: A. MAUDE SAV- ']where they caught a special bus AGE, if living, and the unknown heirs ; R 1 ? . to Leavenworth. Rev. Raymond A. Klemmer now changed. While wages should of A. Maude Savage. if deceased: JOHN Master S . o er Steiner is ] Mrs. Lee Harrison accompanied Pastor not go back to old levels, $1.25 E. SAVAGE: A. K. GREGG, if living, home on furlough after service in per hour for indifferent farm and the unknown heirs of A. K. Gregg, Germany. them home Sunday. help is a price that the average tf deceased; FRANK GREEN. also " " :r " krown as FRANK GREENE, if living, * farmer cannot pay. This applies and the unknown heirs of said Frank Harvey Stiv s and Ray Bur- I SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC also to other types of operations. Greenif deceased; A.- S. YORK. f. gett flew to Grand Coulee in Har-, living.and the unknown heirs of A. . A period of ecanomic adjustment York, if deceased; also. all other per- vey's plane Sunday, returning the is upon us. One of the most pro- sons or parties unknown.lien claiming any same evening. I The PaterOSannual Methodistwill beSUndaYheld rights, title, estate, or interest in . . . I School picnic perous ages in our experience the real esate described in the cam- Miss Katherine ,arrison is vis- at Lake Chelan Friday, on Aug- should be just ahead. It us all plaint herein. Defendants do our part to asist in the reco- iting relatives in Pateros. She ar- ust 24th. Children will meet at STATE OF WASHINGTON TO THE rived Friday from Yakima and is the church at 3:30 p.m. Picnic struction and adjustment of the" ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: OKANOGAN IMPROVEMENT CaM- at ,present staying with her grand- dinner at 6 p.m. Everyone is in- nation and its peogle, PANY. a corporaton: A. MAUDE SAV- mother, Mrs. Andrew Anderson. vited. AGE. if living, and the unknown heirs  .  of A. Maude Savage, if deceased: JOHN Mr. and rs. Don Williams and E, SAVAGE: A. K. GREGG. if living, and the unknown heirs of A. K. Gregg. son from Chelan visited the How- GRANGE OPPOSES EARLY if deceased; FRANK GREEN. also ard Plew family over the weekend HUNTING DATE known as FRANK GREENE, if livtng,   . . and the un!nown heirs of said Frank Green. if deceased; A. S. YORK. if h,- Alvin Anderson went to Seat- Deer hunting was discussed at ing, and the unknown heirs of A. S. tle on Monday of last week to se- the regular meeting of the Pater- Methodist Church York. if d ...... d: also. all other per- son_s or parties unknowrt, claiming any cure an airplane motor. Mrs. An- as Grange. The committee went Phone 133 th ilJt LINIE FnT INSERTION; a rights, title, estate, lien or interest in derson and tlree children drove on record as opposing the early Rev. Stewart F. E. Sparrow PElt LINE EACH SUBSEQUENT IN. the real estate descrLbed ip the cam- over Wednesdar to visit her par- date set by the game commission. IItTION. H- WITH ORDER. plaint herein : You and each of you are hereby ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Michel. It was decided to suggest to far- Vateros NOT RF_PONSlBLE FOR ERRORS. IN summoned to appear within sixty days ADS PHONED IN after the date of the first publlcat!u. " They all returned home Friday. mers to post their land against of this summons, to-wit: whin sixty l * l " hunters as a precautionary mea- WANT, ED - Housekeeper for days after the 23rd of August. 1945. Mr. and rs E Ulrich, of Se- sure for the safety of their apple elderly gentleman. Five-room fur- andthe abovedefend entitledthe aboVecourtentitledand,actiOnansvrm att:le, were visiting at the paren- pickers. nished modern home, no laundry the complaint of the plaintiff and serve tal home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Box 93, Pateros, Phone 345. tfc a copy of your answer upon the under- Ulrich. signed attorneys for plaintiff at their Mrs. Eva Carey, Mary Lou and RADIO REPAIRS. Have your office below stated .... d i ...... f your HOMF- ;N*LIAVE Carol Sue were dinner guests re- failure so to do, judgment will be ren- radio repaired now. Howard Zim- dered against you according to the u- cently of Mr. and Mrs. Robert merman, phone 207, Okanogan. mand of the complaint which has been Lt. (jg) Melvin Chapman, of Dunbar. filed with the Clerk of said Court. Paeros, is home on a 5-day leave , THE tfc The purpose of this action is to quiet ;f the title of he plaintiff in and to the fr0ma the hospital in Seattle where Miss Ruby n ied will leave CHURCH OF CHRIST I"On SALE 5-Room House following described real estate, situate he is convalescing from wounds Sunday for Cashmere where she a.,,d bath, in Brcwste" 5 ]ot. in the County of Okanogan. State of received at Okinawa. ]will teach again this year Washingtbn, to-wit : Pateros W)':te P.O. Box .I8, Malott. 2tp23 Lots I, 2. 3 and 4 of Block 3 o the Plat of Virginia City, accord- Sunday School at 10 A.M. POLE PROPS FOR SALE ing to the official plat thereof, re- . corded in Book A of Plats. age Bible Study at 11 A.M. New, any quantity, lc a foot. page 23. in the office of the Coun- David Niekell, leader Old Byron Stubbs place, Brewster tyty. Auditor of said Okanogan Coun- EXPERT PIANO SERVICE Communion at 12 Noon. Flats. E. J. Hallenbeck. tfc2 and to obtain an order of the above - - - entitled Court. adiudging that the By WANTED - Woman to work at plaintiff is the owner of all of the bakery in afternoons. Wilson's above described real estate, and that any and all claim of right, title, est .... Student of Emil B. Fries Bakery, Brewster. tfc9 lien or interest in the above described .. . land. of the defendants, or any of th FOR SAL- Regtcl'ed Guern-said defendant, is subordinate and in- 00.0000.00.00tPLIAIIldPEV HAHN sey Bull, 2 1/ .vca-'s stock from ferior to the title of the plaintiff. WICKS & MANSFIELD _ _. Attorneys for Plaintiff .... Eonnevill'e Gvernsey Fal'm, Yaki- Office and Post Office Address: (Registered) ma. Howard Gue:nher, Brewser. Okanoga, Washington . Au. s so.t.  Piano Tuner and Technician FOR SALE-- Cocker Spaniel r pups. Inquire at Six's Servic'e Sty- When dried eggs have been star- PHONE LOCAL PAPER tion, north end of bridge, Brew- ed at temperatures below 60 deg- ster, Washington. 2t@l rees Fahrenheit they retain their  Act Immediately FULL GOSPEL fresh characteristics for a year. FOR SALE- Slab wood and ........ MISSION truck for hire. E. C. Faubus, Brewster, Wash. 2tp16 LOST - Narrow brown leather key case containing various sin.J1 ke/s. Reward. Mrs. Ray Thacker B rewster. I t f,? 3 ]"OR SALE- Dry pine or i cordwood, barrow Rawley, Okan- ogan. Phon 267-W. "fc FOR SALE - Oil burning' he,t- er, with storage ,ank. Imiu:re ut 'ilson's Bakery, Brewster. tfc FOR SALE Ripe tomatoes and cucumbers. "Phone 6F52 ltp NOTICE Anyone that has cattl,, for sale Brewster Wash on Derby Day, deliver to Herb Wastrburn Barn. itp CARIB-O"U. THEATRE .s;r;;; Saturday, THURSDAY AUGUST 23 . SIGN OFTHE CROSS CLAUDETTE COLBERT AND FREDERIC MARCH MEET MISS BOBBY SOCKS BOB CROSBY AND LYNN MERRICK Plus Short Subject FRI.- SAT. AUGUST24 & 25 HERE COMETHE COEDS ABBOTT AND COSTELLO @ , | Coronation Parade Starting the Ball Plus Cartoon And News SUN,. MON. AUGUST 26 & 27 FRISCO SAL TURHAN BEY AND SUSANNA FOSTER Plus' Short Subject -. Auction Sale 10:45a.m. 12:00 1:30 p.m. Sport Events Flower and Hobby Show Concessions The NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE of Seattle WED.-THURS. AUG 29 & 30 Arriving of the Ball HANGOVER SQUARE LAIRD CREGAR AND GEORGE SANDERS PLUS THE FEATURE SHE'S A SWEETHEART LARRY PARKS AND JANE DARWELL Plus Cartoon, Serial And News Dancing FREE PARKING I 4 9:00 p.m. BRING LUNCH AUGUST 23, 1945 Mrs. Braker'Hstess To' Mr. and Mrs, W. G. Morris Horizon Club spent Sunday up the Methow at the ranch of their son-in-law and Mrs. Braker entertained the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Horizon Club last Monday night Washburn. with dinner held on her lawn a" Mexican Six girls enjoyed a lovely meal, and wat it publicized that their dates were soaked in cham- jmgne. New games were introduc- ed and played until late in the evening, and ach girl is still talk- ing about the swell time she had. . = SMITH . FUNERAL ,HOME PEARNE SMITH Licensed Funeral Director PHONE 421 PATEROS WOMEN WANTED :..; . Pealing and Sorting Pears Work till middle of December BR[WSI[R-PM[ROS PROC[SSORS Pateros, Washington founded .i gomery Ward, formerly salesriaan for a wholesale dry goods concern. He started at Chicago in a small third floor room. His capital was $2,400. Ward's idea that the pubtie would send him i:ash in advance for goods offered "sight unseen" on his promise of "Satis- ,faction or Your Money Back" was con- sidered fantastic and impractical by lead- mg merchants. But his conviction that his idea was sound was substantiated by an overwhelming customer response. * * * ........... " ,- -. , . l,:.. From this humble start, tlI/d but,:x: ntil it "!   ': :":':.. ;i ness has developed u. ", .:. ' ,::':: . -:,,  .'. y, rune large .Mad Order Hollc:t ' "   Retail Stores employing more than 80,000 people and with an annual sales volurfie exceeding $650,000,000. Montgomery Ward is ow. an import- ant, valued "customer of The National Bank of Commerce of Seattle. Day-by-day practice of this bank is based on the knowledge that virtually all successful businesses oI today were once small. Although now in its second half-century of service and one of the nation's first fifty _:' 'j i,J:: banking institutions in point of size, this "; ";! -,' : bank's own relatively small beginning - , -)..F  established a lasting sympathetic con- cern for customers of similar origin. Our foundation policy is to extend th'e full co-  operation of all our departments to the welfare of individuals or firms with sound, although moderate, operations. This prac- tice is active as well as fundamental with us. Small business receives sympathetic, constructive consideration here. ] ] M*mb#t Fletal Derh Iae w BREWsTER BRANCH BREWsTER CARROI . Hn N',mer ..-J