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PAGE 4 II VISITS IN BRIDGEPORT Mr. and Mrs, Sam Buck;ngham of Omak were in town Friday on the way to the rane for a few FRRALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON i UNHURT IN WRECK Miss Nita Bell Lilly. cadet nurse was up from Wenatchee spending Sunday with relatives. She was on jC00ES AUGUST 30, 1945 REMODELING HOME Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hunt have purchased the building in Brewster formerly ocupied by DON'T READ THIS! Unless you are thinking of your future. Why not get into a profitable business of your own now, while there are still good country routes hours. They were accompanied by th motor coach that went off te Leslie Marchand a former Bridge- port boy He is a teacher at Reut- road near Brewster but was un- hurt. tger University and has been on the summer staff at Columbia " * " " University He went 'to Seou/an As soon as materials and labor to svend a few days with hismo - are available, REA will begn-"the ther'before returni'n--s* - " biggest power line construction . . . . .... job in history." which will be a PHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO TWE starte to the movement to mud- HERALD-REPORTER *" ernize and improve farm homes. _ .Brewster, Washington ' LAST TIMES TONIGHT THURSDAY AUGUST 30 HANGOVER SQUARE LAIRD CREGAR AND GEORGE SANDERS PLUS THE FEATURE SHE'S A SWEETHEART LARRY PARKS AND JANE DARWELU Plus Cartoon, Serial And News FRI.. SAT. AUG. 31 & SEPT 1 PRACTICALLY YOURS "  . ..... the telephone company and are available. For full particulars ........  ,,-  Sacred Heart redeco-ating and remodeling the write: W.he J. R. Watkins Corn- ;, , , : ., ,,. . ... .  ,> : ,. ---.,,"  ,- I ,. '  -J .... ' - CATHOLIC CHURCH interior before making it their " . !ik:' ..%--- ..... T - '.fg .... ' "---" ,II." k rany, 4112 Hollis St., Oakland, ..N, B REWSTER home. o ,.,.,, ...... .   California, or Fieldman Paul  Rev. Raymond A. Klemmer ,, , = * * "  ,. , Humphrey, Route 4 Snoh0mish, rH llkrMl W-:-'=". Pastor Mr. abe lvirs. ,mer Trezry oz ..... .... FUL DEVIC; C,4l:ii,..;_ ",::U Leahy and Jolm Banderet of Ren- wasmngon. 4co NOOg$ WITNA L:' SCHEDUMASSES ton were in Bridgeport a short .-- -- -- CRO-TIE$ AND TIMC, gS OFTH[- -" '[ -/J," tst Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. time Monday. KEEP WASHINGTON GREEN 7gNCH AND Ge'7MAN RAIIOADY. . '-' 2nd Sunday of Month ..8:0D A.M.  3rd Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. :' ...... ;:::!:' ;/1  CONGREGATIONAL  The Government has released all ..... , :h:" ,- CHURCH | |restrictions on ]umber except L-41. This Ii i "The Friendly Church" I [ limits all residence and domestic constc- | t,: ! :-.;:. ion to $1,0000. I I "  Sunday School .................. 10" I I  Morning Service .............. 11A.M. J | . OUR YARD WILL BE STOCKED | J Evening S.rvice ............... 8P.M. II !1 (?= "" Prayer Mreeting and Bible COMPLETELY AS-SOON AS POSSIBLE Methodist Church Phone 133 . Rev. StewartPaterosF. E. Sparrow  / BREWSTER, WASH  I BREWSTER, WASH. _ _ ' '!' - ...... Morning Service at 10 A.M. Sunday School at 11 A.M. Young Peoples' Meeting at 6:30 P.M. EvenTn.'Sevvice at 7,q0 P.M. Choir Practice at 7:30 P.M. m, Woane.dav BRIDGEPORT MRS. CLARA WRIGHT o- Forest Hunt and Mrs. J. T. Mc Kee wet to Omak Tuesday to bring Mrs. Hunt homo fom the hospitd. $ $ @ Mr. and Mrs.' Warren Summers [ {end daughters Velma and Wands RETURN FROM VACATION Chas. Washburn and Mrs. Ester Ernsberger went to Clrelan Satur- day. Mrs. Washburn and children THE CHURCH OF CHRIST Pateros Sunday School at I0 A.M, Bible Study at 11 A.M. David Nickell, leader Communio at 12 Noon and Mrs. J.G. Allen and son wh- had ben at Lake Chelan the pas week returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. John McInness or Bellingham spent the week-end a the J.G. Alien home on Pearl hill. CLA1LJDgTTI COLBERT AND FRgD MACMURRAY Plus l]hart SBbjet Bethel Pentecostal pent several dy here this week I B'. L'amre and Church SUN MON SEPT 2 & 3 at the C.W. Summers home. War- Mrs. C. .  son rert is building art addi.$on to the apn, went to Seattle Sunday BRIDGEPORT   Summers hme * ]for a few days visit. THIN MAN GOES HOME .... Sunday School ..: ........... 10 A.M. ' ! Wade Troutman accompanied Mr. and rs. Oliver Dezellem. Sun. Morning Service .... Ii A.M. Tom Wetborn and others to Aa- were Okanogan visitors Tuesdav. Sunday Night .................... 8 P.M. cortes the last of the week to Harbor and Rivers meeting. Wednesday Night ....... : .... 8 P.M. Ministers: Velma McElyea and 'aw Linton. -WED.. THURS. SEFT. 5 & 6 BRAZIL VIRGINIA BRUCE AND TITO GUIZAR PLUS THE FATURE MYSTERY AND NINA FOCH "'Pltm Short "Subject "L-T FULL GOSPEL T'- 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. 1 Mr. and lfrs: W'm.'Lindert and !Ervin, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Wil]ms and daughter Virginia were Ton- asket v;sitors,Monday goin there to see Mrs. Lderts daughter Mrs. John Dicus wlo ,has recently under gone a major operation. Mrs. W m7 s*mussen and daugh ter Janiee returned home from Wenatchee the last of the week. Mrs. Melvin Cox and littl'e so,n came home with them. " Walter h has ;et Your Trucks R:aav for Harvest Batteries $8.25 & Up Clearance Lights .65 Flares $3.75 Signal Arms 4.25 Fan Belts 1.40 Rubber Cement .10 Flashlight Batteries .10 Flashlight Bulbs .15 WILL BE CLOSED LABOR DAY ! Congratulations to Labor tor Their Help in Bringing Peace to the World Therefore, it is only fitting and proper to lay aside this day in Tribute to Labor THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS WILL CLOSE MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3rd JAKE'S BARBER SHOP ANDERSEN BROS. BARBER SHOP ,'00LSON'S BAKERY H. O. GROCERY & MARKET 'CASH GROCERY & MARKET BREWS00 HARDWARE COMPANY friends Thursday. L. E. Motro; :nd son, Bruce, were in Wenatchee Tuesday. PHOTOGRAPHS Alfred S. Witter will reopen his Studio in BrkigeFort on Septezrtber 2nd for a wdeks stay-closing there on September 8th. Old and new patrons are invited to avail them- selves of this opportunity to ,have pictures made and completed in ample time for Christmas giving'. k FOR SALE - Wagon and Mow- ing Machine. Geo. Driskell, Brew- ster Flats. tfc30 FOR SALE - Small Cook Stove with water jacket. Willard Elwell Brewster. ,, tfc30 FOR SALE -r---We have on hand for deliver]!- now New Let Feed Grinders. --Gregory Tractor Co. Okanogan, Washington. f LOST - Ldies Concord Yellow gold Wrist :Watch at Brewster Aug. 25th. Black band, gold clasp. Reward. Box 135, Bridge, po. 4tp FOR SALE. -E'lberta and Hale Peaches. Mrs: Karl Clendenin. 2to WANTEDi-To Rent or Lease House and shall tract, no orchard R. E. Berentsen, Word Motors. 3 W A N T:E'.Do'ck S ade "R. E. Berentsen, Words Garage,3 WANT;ED !  Housekeeper for elderly gentman. Five-room fur- nished moddrn home, no laundry Box 93, Patros, Phone 345. tfc RADIO IEPAIRS. Have your radio repaired now. Howard Zim- merman, phone 207, Okanogan. tfc FOR SALE 5-Room 14ouse a?,d bath, n Brewste% 5 lots. r!te P.O. Box 48, Ma]ott. 2tp23 POLE PROPS FOR SALE New, anyquantity, lea foot. Old Byron Stubbs place, Brewster Flats. E. J. Hallenbeck. tfc2 FOR SALE - Dry pine or fi] cotlwood. Darrow Rawley, Okan- ogan. Phontt, 267-W. fc FOR SAL - Oil burning het- er, with stage rank. Inquire at Wilson's Bakery, Brewster. tfc Services at 8 o'clock each Sul- .tay evening. 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STAFAST has "built in" wetting and adhesive agents for maximum mixing, spreading, and sticking. It does not require the addition of oil; comes in dry powder form for complete stability under any nd , all conditions! Easy t0 Ii$ too-merely sifted into the spray tank. So be market w/Be.., be ready with STAFAST. Order it from your Orchard Brand Dealer todayl U. 8. Pat. O GENERAL CHEMICAL COMPANY 40 RECTOR STREYT, NEW YORK 6, N.Y. We.a Sdcs  "'*cbical $md Ol#t WEHATcHEE, YAKIMA & SEATTLE (WASH.) San Francisco Los Angeles Denver Vancouver, B., C,