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PAGE 4 ii J., c00rs i Sacred Heart CATHOLIC CHURCH BREWSTER Rev. Raymond A. Klemrner 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 Frfendly 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. EvonIng Service at 7:30 P.M. Choir Practice at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesday THE CHURCH OF CHRIST s BRIDGEPORT MRS. CLARA WRIGHT Mrs. Harry Lilly came over from Seattle Monday to spend a few days. Mrs. Albert Re;sin left Tues- day for the coast after a visit with her mother. Mrs. John Mor- row, )f Bridgeport. i Mr. and Mrs. ;ohn Olsen re- turned to Seattle Monday after a visit at the Wm. Campbell home. Mr. and lrs: L:e IIice and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hice spent Sun- day at the Hice home in Winthrop Miss Bernice*Cornehl-- ---- of Bre- merton spent the weekend at home here. * * we Mr. and Mrs. o ll Minaxd and children Gerry ad Karen, of Brewster, were Saturday evening visitors here. Mr. and *Mrs. *Herbert Miller are the parents of a daughter born at the Omak Hospital Friday Sptember 28th. She weighed 7% lbs., and has been named Bonnie Rae. Mrs. Chas Wahburn and daugh- ter Patricia and Mrs. Walter Cor- nehl and son Howard spent the weekend with relatives at Seattle and Bothll. T-Cpl. Edwa;d Schiy is visiting his brother here this week. He Pateros Sunday School at l0 A.M. Bible Study at 11 A.M, David Nickell, leader Communion at 12 Noon. Bethel Pentecostal Church was mustered out of the army Sptember 26th at Fort Lewis. He bad been in the army since the spring of 1941 and had been over- seas 46 months. 4 $ SW $. Mr. and Mrs. J. Icb.ardson of Spokane spent Sunday at the home of J. P. Carter here. He is the brother of Mrs. Carter. :' BRIDGEPORT day Sch ..... I0 A.M. , Morning Service .... 11 A.M. SOnday Night .................... 8 P.M. i.: :Wednesday Night ............ 8 P.M. ,: Ministers: Velma McElyea and Faye Linton. FULL GOSPEL MISSION SUNDAY SERVICF:S Sunday School at I0 A.M. Morning Worship at Ii A.M. Evening Worship at 7:30 P.M. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 P.M. Okanogan County Abstract Company WM. BAINES, Msr. " Okanogan, Wash. $ $ NEWEST BUSINESS CONCERN Pete's Sandwich Shop opened for business this week as Brew- ster's newest business concern. The shop, owned by Claude Hatch of Pateros, was first scheduled to open two weeks ago but the new equipment did not arrive until re- cently. Dusty Rhodes, formerly of Bre- merton, will be the manager of the shop. He has had cooking ex- perience and comes to Brewster experienced in managing small sandwkh shops on the coast. PHONE LOCAL ITEMSTO THE HERALD-REPORTRR LIQUIDATION NOTICE The First National Bank . of Brewster, located at Brewster, in the State of Washington, is clbs- ing its affairs. All note-holders and other cre- ditors are hereby notified to pre- sent the notes and other claims against the association for pay- ment. W. G. Morris, President. Aug. 23- Oct. 18 HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON low the United State looks to a Tennessee Vallej New Deal Dreamer floatmS on a pink cloud of phantas. TRAGIC ACCIDENT TO OKANOGAN MAN Funeral services for Merrill L. Woods, "Okanogan florist, were held Tuesday afternoon at the Okanogan Presbyterian Church, the Rev. M'cInroy in charge. Okanogsn was shocked and sad- dened last Friday by the sudden and tragic death of Mr. Woods, one of the tdwn's leading business men, and pro@rietor of the Woods Greenhouses. Attending to the cleaning of the glass in the green- house, he put his weight on a de- fective rafter, fell through the glas and striking on one of the benches inside. The rafVer was thought to have possibly been overlooked when the buildg was repaired after a fire some time ago. He was rushed to th Omak Hospital, but he died from inter- nal injuries at 8:{)0 p.m. Friday evening. Cpl: Jack Srnpson, son of Mrs. Pearl Sampson, came home Sire- day with his final discharge from the service. His brother, Weldon Sampson and Lester Waddell met him in Seattle. He has been over- seas for over two years in the European war theatre. Vernon "Sonny" Holt has been given a 15-day extension on li furlough at home. Danny Gbers *ha; been with the flu this week. SMITH FUNERAL HOME PEARNE SMITH Licensed Funeral Director PHONE 421 PATEROS TALKS TO HUSBAND 1N I TALENTED ENTERTAINER BERN, SWITZERLAND i MANAGES NEW SHOP Mrs. Morrell Hull talked to her "Pete" Hatch, who opndd th husband, Lt. Scott Hull, who is new 'Sandwich Shp in Brewstr stationed in Bern, Switzerland, th.is week, stated that his manager last Monday. Lt. Hull reported of the shop, Dusty Rhodes, is an tlat he was ip good health and entertainer, vocalist and musician hoped to be home by Christmas. He was featured with Oece Chil- CLOSED TEMPORARILY The Bohemian Cafe has been closed since Monday pending a sale of the establishment by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanders to two prospective buyers from Seattle. As it takes several days to obtain the transfer of the beer. license it is understood that no annouce- ment will be made of any sale for some time. coot :and Her Boys in the Puget Sound area arid has appeared a: variouS clubs in California and Florida. Mr. Hatch, who had a dance band in this area several years ago, stated that he exFects to form another band shortly. Boiling potatots in their jackets without salt will retain the max- imum of vitamins. They may be salted when served. Bob McKie is home on a 28-day furlough. HOME FROM WAR Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McLean went to Wenatchee Monday to meet their son, Set. Willis Mc- Lean, who has rceived his final discharge from the service. He has been in the service 4 % years and took part in much of the ,fighting in the Southwest Pacific. I LOOK YOUR BEST Shop Hours 8:00 A.M.. 7:00 P.M. Brewster, Washington / II .......... ALWAYS HERALD-REPORTER OCTOBER 4,1945 | DR. AUBREY MELIUS OPTOMETRIST COMPLETE OPTOMETRIC SERVICE Office Hours 1 To S:30 P.M. DALLY 7 TO 9 P.M. SATURDAYS OTHER HOURS BY APPOINTMENT OFFICE PHONE 120J RESIDENCE PHONE 22F22 STUART BLDG. CHELAN, WASH. HERE ISA SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOLKS... OPEN NOW! FOR SHORT ORDERS SANDWICHES DESSERTS We are particularly able to 'handle the harves and school .trade. . We are proud of our modern'sa shop with it's new equipm?nt and y': invited to come in and get acquainted. Fast & Efficient Service gAN" gROP FOff 1945"/ A FAVORITE AT HOME AND AT THE FOUNTAINS -- THAT'S MEADOWMOOR ICE CREAM YOUR DEALER HAS IT IN ALL FLAVORS MEADOWMOOR DAIRY OMAK, WASHINGTON Telephone Operator 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- in You work in clean and pleasant sur CAIIBOU THEATRE Brewster, Washington LAST TIMES TONIGHT THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 ROMANCE 0N THE RANGE Roy Rogers CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE Michael O'Shea and Lloyd Nolan FRI,- SAT. OCT,5 -6 OBJECTIVE BURMA E r ro lp|FlsYcnrt oan dA I e rwY s Hull _- ..... _- . - -- _ : -., S00N.-YON. OCT. 7 S HOTEL BERLIN Faye Emerson and Helmut Dantine THOROUGHBREDS , Tom Neal and Roger Pryor Plus Short Subject _ - _- .... _- _ _ _ _ _ - _. mundings and receise full pay while learn- WED.- THURS. OCT. I0 I I ing. , . ' = Inquire today, from the Telephone Man- CHEROKEE STRIP ager at Pateros. " Richard Dix and Florence Rice GENTLE ANNIE Ill[ PAIIFil IIL. & IlL. 10. Craig and Donna Red PATEROS, WASHINGTON Plus Cartoon And News oa.a%00s , io  Ke xx**" wo, " .- s '" '.se e' - ,a l,oi,. -- 1 -$I" - . --iliY -$. soi00 ,-- Kryocide is the NATURAL CRYOLITE insecticide. Efficient, economical, it gives a high margin of safety from injury to vegetation and fruits. It has won the recommendation of the State Experiment Station for early and ]ate cover spraying. Many growers used a "straight" KRYOCtDE program this past season with outstanding results. Your dealer has conveniently located stocks of KRYOCIDE. Remember to have your supply ready for next season's spraying. Remember too, there is only one Kryocide. When and as DDT formulations are recommended for use in Northwest insect control operations, PENN SALT--the pioneers in the Cryolite field- will have "Penco" DDT com- pounds available to the trade. AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS DMSION PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANU FACCGTON WENATCHEE TACOt, Uk YAKIMA I t i f 2- i I