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PAGE | I i i CHURC. BREWSTER Rev. Raymond A. Klemmer Pastor SCHEDULE OF MASSES 1st Sunday of Month 10:30 AM. 2nd Sunday of Month ..8 :G0 A.M. 3rd Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 5th Sunday of Month .. 8:00 A.M. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH "The Friendly Church" LaV'erne B. McLain Pastor BREWSTER Sunday School .................. I0 A.M. Morning Service .............. II AM. Evening Service ................ 8 P.M. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Wednesday ....... :. 8 PM. Methodist Church Phone 133 Rev. Stewart F. E. Sparrow Pateros Morning Service at I0 A.M. Sunday School at ii AM - Young Peoples' Meeting at 6:30 P.M. Evonlng Service at 7:30 PM. Choir Practice at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesday Pateros Sunday School at l0 t A.M. Bible Study at 11 A.M. David Nickell, leader C)mmunion 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. FULL GOSPEL MISSION SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School at i0 A.M. Morning Worship at 11 A.IVL Evehing 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 o'clock each Sun- day evening. Bsae Eeacl00s FIRST GRADE On the'day before ourThanks- giving vacation, we drew turkeys and worked with clay. Wt went into Mrs. Emerson's room to sing that afternoon. We are now getting ready for This week we have been acting out a play which we found in our readers. It is a Christmas play. W have been learning some Christmas songs. We were disappointed in not able to hear Bub Burns ""# being ;.*-.;;' Christmas. Tuesday. He was ill. " SECOND AND THIRD GRADES FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES "-' The secomt grade began read- We will have our six weeks ;"mF..a ,mmr ook yesterday I tests Thursday and Friday. '':NL_ Anderson left Wednesday i T,..,. .. visit to her old home in Ar- rt"-'':,nna Lattimer, Lovcell Morl- children home this week We"hp'l, Donna Boles, Juanita Ro- they won't be too ill and can be gers and Elmer Wallace, fifth hack soon Sallie Mac Anderson left as this morning to be gout about a month. She will visit relatives in Arkansas. THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES Last Wednesday we had a par- ty. We made our own ,plaCe cards. We pasted a life saver and candle on the plce cards. We toasted marshmallows over the candl and ate peanuts. Jerry Wilson came back to school Monday We were very glad to see him.  , Oregon.. 4tc8 ' D Oa RE PnAoIo R S HHwa: ?r merman, phone 207, Olmnogan. tfc FOR SALE "-Dry body pple wood. Oil cook stove. Wood and coal stove. Boyd Gallaher; R.R. 2, Okanogan. 5tpl 5 FOR SALE - Baled Hay. $30 a ton, plus delivery charges. Special prices on large orders. Phone 561 or write Keith Johnson, Winthrop Washington. .3tp29 LOST - Three head of cattle, not dehorned, ,branded reverse C A B on left Side. Notify C. A. Brown, Brewster. 2t2 FOR SALE- Locleer Fryers at John SchweighardtS, Brewster ltc GOOD USED PIANOS - Two more will be sold in this vicinity, both standard makes, good mech- anical condition, terros. For parti- culars write R. F. Powers, Vera- dale, Washington. 3tc29" The NATIONAL BANK OF" COMMERCE of Seattle NOTICE OF EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENT LARRABEE IRRIGATION DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the assessment roll of the Larrabee Irrigation. District for 1946 has been completed and dlivered to the Board of Directorg, and said assessment roll is now and will remain it/ the office of the Secretary of the District for the in- spection of all persons intecested: and that the Board of Directors will meet as a Board of qtmHatlo* to equalize said assessments on Thursday. Decem- ber 27. 1945. at Two o'clock P. M. of said day. at the office of the" District in Pateros. Okanogan Coutkt, Washing- ton. at which timeRnd plWiali objecting to the assessmertt.as rode, may be heard. ; - " " Dated No-ember 20th.: IO..'::"- BOARD oF mRECl'O, LARRABEE IRRIGATION 91STIUr B R.E. M,tN'IELD, Corporate Seal "" Nov 29 - De 6 -'- grade pupils, are absent on ac- count of illness. SEVENTH GRADE Ralph Mackey has moved back east. We will all miss Ralph but our enrollment remains the same: Bill Harvey has started school here recently. We have exchanged names for Christmas presents and are think- ing of plans for a littl party. Everyone enjoyed th Thanks- giving holiday. Many took short trips wltile others entertained at home. WANTED -Wiii pay 4c lb. for clean cotton rags Must be at least one foot square or larger, no wool, rayon or silk. Call or. bring to Herald-Reporter office. NOTICE Bridge@ort Irrigation District election December 11, .1945 to elect one (1) director for a three year term. Town Hall I p.m. to 8 p.m. CLYDE A. HAM, See'y, ORDINANCE NO. 125 An ordinance Granting to W. K. Clen- denin the Right to Install and Maintam a Pipeline from a Pcrint near the Center of Section 14. Township 30 North. Range 24 E.W.M.. along the West Boundary Line of Seventh Street in the Second Addition to the Town of Bruster South to the South Boundary of Ester Avenue and Thence Diagonally across said Seyenth Street Southeasterly to the Former Block No. 35 of said Second Addition to BrusteV BE IT ORDAINED by the Council o the Town of Brewster: Section 1. That there is hereby granted to W. K. Clendenin. and to his personal representative and assign, for a period of 50 years from the 1st day of December. 1945. the right to con- struSt, lay. maint&in, use and olrate a pipe line for the purpose of irrigation and domestic water supply from a point at the intersection of Seventh Street and Ansel Avenue in the Second Addition to Bruster. near the cener of Section 14. Township 30 North. Range 24 E.W.M.. thence South along the West bourlary of said Seventh Street to its intersection with the South boun- dary of Ester Avenue. thence diagon- ally Southeasterly across said Seventh Street to the former Block 35 of said SeCond Addition to Bruster. and to use said Seventh Street for the purpose of sinking, laying, maintaining, operating and repairing said water pipe and all necessary valves, fittings and connec- tions thereto. Section 2. That said water pipe shall be laid. maintained and operated uhder the direction and supervision of the town emzineer of the Town of Brewster. Section 3. That by acceptance of the privileges hereby granted the said W" K. Clendenin. for himself, his heirs, his personal representative and assigns. agrees to save the Town of Brewster harmless from any costs, damages, ex- penses and liability whatsoever growing out of the exercise of rightg and priv- |leges hereby granted, in favor of any person whomsoever. Section 4. The Town Council reserves the right to give other individuals the priyilege to use said street for similar and other purposes and to retain for the use of the Town of Brewster all rights and priv_ileges not hereby granted. Section 5. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect after it shall have been passed by the council, signed by the mayor, attested by the clerk, and from and after five days after its pub- lication in the Herald-Renorter, the of- fleial newspaper of the Town of B/'ew- stero and the clerk is hereby directed t cause the same to be published in accordance herewith. Passed by the council on the 27th day of November. 1945. W. G. MORRIS, Mayr. Attest: DoN WIDEL. Clerk Nov. 29 HERALD.REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON Hopes To Be Home Soon Word received from Cpl. Robt. Livingston from a hospital in Ger- many, where .he is with the meal- ical-dental corps, states he hopes to be "home and out of the army by the first of January. Mr. ahd Mrs. Sam Buckingham s BRIDGEPORT Out Of Service Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Monroe and MRS. CLARA WRIGHT Mrs. Ellis McClure and daughter Connie wert to Wenatchee Friday Mrs. Wm. Campbell and daugh- to meet S-Sgt. Ellis McClure who ter, Mrs. Henry Sornberger, at- was re:ased from the Army that tended the funeral of Wm. Brew- day at Ft. Lewis. He had just re- from the Pacific. Cpl. Welfare Worker Resigns C. H. Langlitz, administrator, and Miss Elda Folden, home vis- itor from the Douglas County Welfare office were Bridgeport visitors the last of the week. Miss er at Winthrop Monday. He was turned Folden is resigning her position an uncle of Mrs. Sornhergers. Keith Buckingham cae back on with the department to return to * * * the same boat but went to Florida her secretarial work in a physi- NOVEMBER 29, 1945 eets Husband In Seattle Mrs. Esther Ernsberger wen to Seattle Saturday to meet her hub- band Lt. Donald Ernsberger who returned from Europe and was discharged hat day. $ * $ * Chas. Washburn is remodeling the building next to the Market & and children of Mansfield spent Sunday. in Bridgeport and Brew- Mrs. Harry Stromer is home for discharge, clans office at Leavenworth. The ster. "fom the Omak haspital where she physic:an has been in the service * * * recently underwent a major oper- Mrs. Wal;er*C:rn1 and chil- and is returning to his practice. Mrs. Ralph Lamoreux returnedation, dren returned Tuesday from a vi- to Seattle Monday where she un- . a * sit with Seattle relatives. derwent a tonsilectomy Wed. Mrs: Elizabeth Brooks has gone Gregg Pi;ts of *Everett, V erlie " * * " to the home of her son Lee, in O- Pitts Of Rice and Mrs. Frank PvL Tx Troutman is home for mak, where she Will remain .until Hayes of Ephrata were called a visit with his parents, Mr. and after Christmas and then go to home Tuesday by the illness of Mrs. Wade Troutman. Spokane to visit relatives, their mother, Mrs. V, I. Pitts. re: Hh * * " " Mrs. FO s u returned Rev. Pyles and family spent the Tuesday from California where weekend in Wenatchee wher he she hd accompanied Mrs. Seth attended an educational meeting. Dowell on an auto trip to Oakland , Alexaner o Mrs: "Dowell will remain there to Bob has returned be ne her husband who is in a .from the Omak hospital where he navy hospital. They expect to be was confined several days with hane in about a month, throat trouble. C. R. McKINLEY" MD. McKINLEY BUILDING BREWST;ER, WASHINGTON Grocery and expects to move the Gift Shop there. Dorrel and Hun- sen are doing the work. o o o. I A FAVORITE AT HOME AND, AT THE  " : FOUNTAINS. -- THAT S i MEADOWM00R ICE. CREAMath0000 j YOUR DEALER HAS IT IN ALL FLAVORS  j MEADOWM00R DAIRY 1 i OMAK, WASHINGTON , NEVER WERE BUSINESS SENSE AND * T CHRIS MAS SENTIMENT SO COMBINED Serve Santa aus .... -$ and Uncle Sam, Tool ALWAYS A perplexing question confronting us in choosing Christ mas gifts for those wc hold dear takes some such shape as this: Shall we select a "practical" gift 9r one best expressing the joy )t ous spirit of this supreme holiday. Shall "common sense" or sentimeht control the choice? Happily, this year the two can be appropriateness to this season--s c This 1945 period of gift buying l United States Victory Loan cam effort to express their full meast ward.;, the men wh'o servedand to : other and'manifold obligations. Our fighting men have to be brou tering-out pay, the sick and injured tracts have to be settled, and countl be made to get our country and the/ mbined in one gift of paculiat ,mbined season. )mes just at the height of the sign--the American pebple s ,' of devotion to the nation's he fulfillment of the country's it home and given their mus- nust be taken care of, war con- ess other adjustments have to 0rld back on a peacetime basis. That's the'high purpose of the current Victory Loan campaign Arid the Underlying ptrpose of the (hristmas observance is tO con vey the spirit of good will toward riien. Uncle Sam and Santa Claus--the two most lovable characters inalI imagination--and in all reality/This year, in your choice oI Christmas gifts, you can, with surpassing satisfaction and fitness. pay homage to bothat once: The thing to.do is to buy Victory onds as you r Christmas gifts. . . . . Instead of a sacrifice of sentiment to the dictates of colder, busi- tacsslike judgment, you will be going to the very heart's core and, at the same time: responding to the soundest, clearest urge of the mind. In wrapping up Santa Claus and Uncle Sam together in one envelope---a-United State Government Bond envelopeyou will be serving sentiment and wise discretion, too. Nothing will be lost on either score. Much willbe symborized in both directions. The conclusion seems inescapable: For the 1945 season, United States Government bondsVictofy Bondsare the ideal Christmas gift. Could anygift be "prettier" in the wholesome Christmas sense of the word? Or essentially more practical? A wealth of sentiment envelopes both Uncle Sam and Santa Claus. A world of wisdom impels us to tie the two together in this particu- lar Christmas season. .. . * * * All Victory Loan issues will serve as appropriate and acceptable gifts. Series E and F bonds, maturing in 10 and 12 years, respective- ly, are especially adapted to that purpose, when presented to those who have no immediate need for current income Christmas is pre-eminently a holiday for children and what could be 'in better keeping with the day than a Series E or F bond which is a fine provision for a child's education? The bond you give on this holiday will come in handy when your children go to collegeand will ,teed money regularly. That type of VictoryBond will serve equally well as a gift for a grown-up as for the youngsters. Man, woman or .child will long rememberand profitfrom a Victory Bond.received as a gift this Christmas season of 1945. There could be no better way to convey the spirit of the Christmas :elebration. In that conviction, The National Bank of Commerce of Seattle, at its main office and its 24 branch offices in Western and Central Washington offers its services in making easy and convenient your Christmas gift buying. At all these offices we will be pleased to accommodate you in your purchases of United States Government bonds of whatever typeand there is a Victory Loan issue accept- able for all requirements, any type of investment. Let Uncle Sam come down the chimney with oid Santa this year! BREWSTER BRANCH BREW STER, rW ASH INGTO N Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation