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PAGE 4 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 .................. I0 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. EvenTn Service at 7:80 P.M. Choir Practice at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesdav 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. Ministers: Velma McElyea and Faye Linton. WITH ONLY $65 KRAFT FOUNDED GREAT BUSINESS 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. : i:i , 0N LIND ,. t ....... .... Services at 8 o'clock.each Sul- day evening. HERALD-RRPORTRIk, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON Ilk  LIN w FIRST IN.RTION; PER LINE EACH SU]LSEQUENT IN. IIgTION. CLASH. WITH ORDER. NOT RKSPONSIBLE FOR ERRORS IN ADS PHONED IN FoR SALE- No Trespassing Signs, lc each, at Methow-Pater0s Growers. H. Ludeman. Methov, Ed Zopf, Methow. 2tc6 FOR SALE -6-weeks )ld pigs. lady Septembe 9 I. T. Gano tfc FOR SALE - 200.0 Unfinished Chairs, 30 in. & 36 in. Stools. Un- finished Chests, two sizes. Claire Pentz Furniture Co., Omak. 3tc6 FOR SALE- Four bee hives with suj)ers and frames, also a bee smoker. Gee. Wilson, Brew- ster. WANTED - Used Sock Saddle. R. E. Berentsen, Words Garage,3 FOR SALE - Wagon and Mow- ling Machine. Geo. Driskell, Brew- I ster Flats. tfc30 FOR SALE - Small Cook Stove with water jacket. Willard Elwell 3re@ster. tfc30 FOR SALE -- We have on hand for delivery now New Letz Feed Grinders. -- Gregory Tractor Co. Okanogan, Washington. LOST - Ladies Concord Yellow gold Wrist Watch at Brewster Aug. 25th. Black band, gold clasp. Reward, Box 135, Bridge@art. 4tp FOR SALE -Elberta and Hale Peaches. Mrs. Karl Clendenin. 2to WANTED -- To- Rent or Le-ase House and small tract, no orchard R, E. Berentsen, Word Motors. '3 RADIO REPAIRS. Have your radio repaired now. Howard Zim- merman, phone 207, Okanogan. tfc POLE PROPS FOR SALE New, any quantity, lc a foot. Old Byron Stubbs place, Brewster Flats. E. J. Hallenbeck. tfc2 FOR SALE- Dry pine or fh cordwood. Darrow Rawley, Oka,- ogan. Phone 267-W "d'c FOR SALE - Oil burning heat- er, with storage rank. h:quire at W ilson's Bakery, Brewster. tfc i DON'T READ THIS! Unless i you are thinking of your future. Why no get into a profitable business of your own now, while there are still good country routes available. For full particulars write: The J. R. Watkins Com- pany, 4112 Hollis St., Oakland, California, or Fieldman Paul LABOR DAY GUESTS House guests during the week end at the John Saint'home were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hurst and two daughters of Spokane, and Mr. and Mrs. Benton Downing and two sons of Seattle. Mr. Hurst is an aploye of the Great Northern and Mr. Downing is - ship fitter With the Piacific Sound Bridge and yre?gingComcany. Harlene Markham arrived Wed nesday from Hunters' :for a visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Pearl Sampson, and othr relatives. m $ S S Mrs. Shirley Monroe B'ennett is boarding with Mrs. Marion Brown while working, at the Brewster Bank and in the Post Office * Guests from Friday to Sunday at the G. S. Asbury home were their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs Frank Nelson of Tacoma. Mrs Nannie Zilespe is receiv- ing medical care at tihe Colfax hospital. She has been given two blood transfusions in preraration for a minor operation. Recent v itors from Wenat- chee were Ramona McCartney and Lila Stevens, who spent the wek end at the. F. L. McCrea home. Mr and s'00,,anus and three children, of Chewelah, vis- iVed Mr. Max Marchesseau over the weekend. Doyle Wheeler has gone to work for Word Maters and will move his family here as soon as he can find same place, to live. He is from Springdale, Washington. $ Latest news receive by Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McLean from their sons in the Service informs them that Eugene is at Guam and that Willis - ,having plenty of points to his credit - is due home anytime. IT LOOK YOUR BEST Shop Hours 8:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. Saturdays a Days Befere a Holiday 8:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. Jake's Barber 5hop Brewster, Washington I I II BREWSTER The Brewster Garden Club wil meet next Tuesday afternoon, September l lth, at the home of Mrs. W.W.. Howard. There will be election of officers and all mem- bers are urged to be present. Mr. and Ir: ]oug Sines, of Chelan, were up over Labor Day visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Sines. Mrs Gle;n Wiel; of Chelan, was visiting friends in Brewster Tuesday. Mr. and --lrs.*H.R.*Jenkins and daughter Theda were over fronl Spokane for the Labor Day vaca- tion. They visited Mrs. Jenkin's mother and othr members of the family at Oroville, and her bro- thers here, George and Ray Wil- son Mr. and [rs? C V." Elliott on Saturday took their little grand- daughter, Apryl Burgess, to her home at Yakima. Her ankle, hurt in the bus accident a #eek ago, is healed. Miss I_aJa ayor,'Mrs. Lillfan Goodman, and Mrs. Rene Lent re- turned Monday with a fine catch from a fishing trip to Patterson Lake. Mr. and 00rs." R:C. 00Vanamake00. have received a recent letter and a package of curios and elics from their son, Staff Sgt. Frans Wan- amaker, now in the Philippines. The mother :f lrs: Don Widel, Mrs. Brown, who is troubled by arthritis, has gone to a specialist in Canada for treatment. BODY WORK IS ALL 6UARANTEED 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. II SURPRISES PARENTS A great surprise was which Vernon (Sonny) Holt per- petrated upon his unsuspecting' parents early Friday morning. Before Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holt ev'en knew their son had returned from France, he walked in for a thirty day stay. l'aving flown from the East Coast. 8 * Mr. an Mrs. Wally Underwood and Mr. and Mrs. John Under- wood, of Gig Harbor, Mr. and Mrs. Wing, Mrs. Walter Hough- ton and son Rchard, of Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. S.L.Underwood, of Everett, were visiting Mr. .md Mrs. Wm. Underwood last week. Mrs. Mary Jane Rehn, daught- er of Mrs, Wilhemina Runyon, gave birth to a 7lb. 12oz. baby girl Monday morning, Septerber 3rd, at the Omak Hospital. The baby has been named Kendall Lee, They are both doing nicely. Mr. and rs. Guy Brown and daughters were down from Okano gan during the holiday, visiting at the home of Guy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown. CARD OF THANKS "vVe wish to t,hank everyone for thaz their cards, flowers and inquixie during Mr. Braker's illness. They were deeply appreciated. Mrs George Braker. Miss Mary Albin spent last weekend visiting her brother at Riverside. LIQUIDATION NOTICE T.he First 1ational Bank of Brewster,_ located at Brewster, in the State of Washington, is clos- ing its affairs. All note-holders and other cre- ditors are hereby notified to pre- sent the no.es and other claims against the association for pay- ment. W. G. Morris, President. Aug. 23 Oct. 18 - - _ - _ - FOR SALE 1937 LINCOLN ZEPHYR Good Condition Ceiling Price House Next to Seventh Day Adventists Church,. Brown" .- - _ _- _- _ PINE SF00CT FINISHED LUMBER NOW AVAII00BL WE EXPECT TO HAVE PINE FLOORING SHORTLY GAMBLE LUMBER CO. BREWSTER, WASH. I a s COPY-BOOK maxims are not deprived of their f undamental truth just because they have become musty withage, frayed by long usage. "Mighty oaks from little acorns grow" is just as valid as when-- awkward hands of .youth in other genera- tions laboriously scrawled thos words at countless little red schoolhouses. A modern, practical adaptation of the Hunhrey, Route 4. Snohomish, :._: _ .,.,,.,,,M,,r___,,,_ Okanogan County Washington. 4tc23 ." ., Company ChairmanJhn F" O'Neill' f Riverside' !Of Okanogan Co. Dee- DR AUBREY MELIUS I " " ocratic Central Committee, was : " . OPTOMETRIST " i i::r':":;: , Wuh. a business visitor in Brewster Tuesday. ' - COMPLETE oFrOMETRIC SERVICE " IHIHhl  g-lHtd A FAVORITE AT HOME AND AT THE office Hours " ! To 5:30 P.M. DALLY  .. FOUNTAINS -- THAT'S , 7 TO 9 P.M. SATURDAYS 1 OTHER HOURS BY APPOINTMENT YOUR DEALER HAS4T IN ALL FLAVORS OFFICE PHONE lOJ RESENCE PHONE 22F22 " FOUNTAINS -- THAT'S [][.. MEADOWMOOR ICE CREAM H YOUR OE00R HAS00iT IN FLAVORS i -i MEADOWM00R DAIRY [/| STU00TSLV00. CHELAN, WASH. ! OMAK, WASHINGTON ..... i'" ' ! Telephone Operator e Full or part time operating positions are available for women in our office at PATEROS. The fruit season is now in full swing and many people are locating in this and surrounding communities to help with the picking, packing and distributing, This, of course, means more telephone calls. Telephone work is essential and interest- ing. You work in clean and pleasant sur- roundings and receive full pay while learn- ing. Inquire today f :the Telephone Man- ager at Pateros THE PACIFi00 TEL 8 TEL. [;0. Your local representative for STANDARD OF CALIFORNIA PATERO$, WASHINGTON How to 0000wipe out" insects quickly Standard Fly Spray is sure death to flies, fleas, mosquitoes, moths, ants, many other insects. It kills on contact-- in a jiffy! Sate to use. Standard Fly Spray won't harm humans, won't stain wallpaper or fabrics, when used according to directions. Get some today - for health protection! Therriault & Darlington Whole.tie Dealers Phone 232 PATEROS, WASHINGTON same idea, now a basic maxim of The Na- tional Bank of Commerce of Seattle, is that virtually alI success[ul businesses o[ today were once small. " * * * In 1903, J. L. Kraft, one of eleven chil- dren, who left home to earn enough money to pay off a mortgage on the family farm, spent less than sixtgffive dollarstofound -. * . a cheese business: Fie mvested almost all this weighty stake in horse an d'wagon hire and enough cheese to make a respect- able pile in the hiredwagom His principal capital was honesty 0fi!P'Urpose, abounding _ energy and initiative. :, * *  Now 40,000 farmers sell their milk to Kraft-owned cheese factories, and 55,000 farmers sell milkto ofncr factories whose cheese the'Kraft Company buys. The or- ganization's business hasreached such a size that it spent $1,000,000 in one year to advertise just one " r ofts many p educe, The Kraft Company, internationally [a- mous, is one of the important, valued cus- tomers of The National Bank of Com- merce of Seattle. Everyday practice of this bank is based on such knowledge of our customers' af- tairs. A basic pl.mc:,p!e of this institution is to extend the full co-operation of all of its departments to the welfare of individ- uals or firms with sound, although mod- erate, operations. Small business receives sympathetic, constructive consideratiort here. BREWsTER BRANCH BREWsTER .AR]OLL V. HZl J(q" SEPTEMBER 6, 1945 00'he APPLE COMMISSION REPORTS: This is the first of a series of ads that we are going to run .each week in newspapers in the "Aple- land" area. This program was vot- ed- unanimously at the Augus: meeting of the Washington State Appl e Commission as the cheapes*. and best way of quickly address- ing all the producing packing. storaging and shipping phases of our great $75,000,000 industry. With this weekly report in your local newspaper we can reach you with news and comment while it is timely and worthy of the attention of all branches o the industry. In thia column we shall give you a report on each commission meet- mg ---what we discuss and what action we take. We will report receipts from tax stamps and the disbursements of money for ad- vertising, research, dealer service men, special activities such as O.P. A., and general overhead. So that you can know exactly the finan- cial condition of the Washington State Apple Commission today, a reading of this month's issue of BETTER FRUIT is recommended. In the special four-page section of the magazine devoted to the com- mission and its work every month, you will find a complete financial statement of income and expend- itures for the year ending Jne 30, 1945. For the past seven years we have published our annual re- port .in this, magazine. There is other interesting information in our section o BETTER FRUIT. You'll find an analysis of the ad- ver.*ising program and reasons why this type of program was adopted for 1945-46; a story about the financial statement; and an im- portant article on black market dangers. As the season progresses froxa picking and packing to retail selling our dealer service men write in their ,eekly repor's- you, ll find extracts from these in Washln0000m. Apple CommisSion I I I I I II II I I ]_ JL additional matter in our magazine under the head of "Dealer Ser- vice Round.u." For the past year, the commis- sion has been studying the matter of research and has been looking for a properly, qualified person to head that department. Several marketing specialists with high standing in their profession, have been interviewed and from those who have been approached we hope soon to select the right man. He, of course, will not do all the research himself but rather will supervise an all-year-round re- search activity covering all phases of the industry from one end of the line to the other. His job will be to make the information avail. gbte to those concerned - in fact. gell the idea of using the informa- tion uncovered to those who should use it. We do ot expect that all of the information, facts and figures produced by a re- search deparnent wPl be pleas- art - this is not going to be an ac- tivity that is going to tell us wat we want to hear. Rather, we expect that we are going to be told things that we MUST hear and act on for our industry's se- curity and"wIfare in the future. We'll tell you more about the Commission' research activities as Pre,:-  mat'  !, , ,:: all adWIob- ceiling -- actually the amount has ah'eady been cut under that tiff- ure. Our advertising agency l:as the assignment to place ';s ad- verUsing, under our direction, in a campaign similar to last y(ar - predominantly 'dueational", ell- ing the buyers how to keep apples for maurn quality and favor. This is in line with our 'condition' program throughout the industry. Also we must keep the name of WASHINGTON APPLES before the )ublic. WE must not let the housewife forffet our apples .... not with banana and citrus people actively promoting their products. When we get the advertising pro- gram whipped into shape we'll tell you about it - in detail.