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FEBRUARY 15, 1945 HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON . PAGE 5 i t n . IT I r BHYmflR BONDS i More home fires start with a faulty flue, a bad chimney or a broken poorly plac'ed heater than from any one thing. The greatest chimney danger is from three to four feet below the roof line. The crumbling mortar should be re- paired immediately. 35 11942 Plymouth Sedan 11942 Ford Sedan 1--1941 Packard Sedan 1--1941 Mercury Sedan 1-1941 Chev Town Sedan 1--1940 Nash Ambassador Sedan 1--1940 Ford- Slan 1--1940 Willys DeLuxe Sedan 1--1939 Dodge Town Sedan 1"1939 Chrysler Royal Coupe ,1--1938 C'hev Paael  to 2m1937 Studebaker, Sedans 2--=1937 Nash Tudoor Sedans 1--1937 Chevrolet Town Sedann 11937 Ford Fordoor Sedan I1936 Nash 6 Sedan 1---1936 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan 11936 Plymouth Coupe lm1936 Ford Coupe 1--1936 Cadillac Sedan 11938 OLDS 6 Tudoor 1--1938 Ford Tudoor And A Lot Of Others LOTS OF TRUCK CHAINS 250 FLOOR MTS 250 Pro-War Rubber & Insulated 2 NEW CHEV TRUCKS 2 MAC CHEVROLET CO. Phone 11 Chelan USE MORE FISH WHEN RED POINTS ARE SCARCE Fish can help out when red ra- tion points are few. Baked fish may be stuffed with a favorite dressing. Herbs or green pepper will vary the flavor. Tasty sauces for boiled fish include a Tartar sauce, in which pickles or relish are added to mayonnaise; egg sauce, in which hard cooked egg chopped or in slices is added to a medium white sauce; or horserad- ish or mustard may be added to white sauce for a more tangy fla- vor. Sacred Heart CATHOLIC CHURCH BREWSTR Rev. Raymond A. Klemmer ,Pastor , , i ,Jr SCHEDULE OF MASSRS 1st Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 2nd Sunday of Month ..8:0,0 A.M. 8rd Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 5th Sunday of Month .. 8:00 A.M. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH "The Friendly Chureb" , , r BREWSTER NEWS NOTES E. R. Tyler returned Tuesday night from a visit in Seattle and othe coast towns. C. J. Schulke and lir. and Mrs. Wallace Schulke left Saturday to spend a week on the coast. Mrs. Wm*. ;ulspher and Mrs. Hoke Smith spent several days lately in Seattle visiting relatives. Mr. and Ylrs. * ). Murphy, M. formerly of Brewster, returned this week from .Stites, Idaho. to their home at Methow. Mrs. Paul Ewin o Beebe was up Tuesday to visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Lindquist. Rev. Ru;olp ri:uft of the Seventh Day Adventist Church at Omak was a called in Brewster Tuesday. R. A. Doin *re;resented the Brewster area at the county la- bor meeting in Okanogan Tues- day night. REV. R. M. LEWIS, Pastor .... . Mr. and Ir:. lIa: Goehry re- Sunday School ........ i ...... '...10 A.M. turned last Wednesday from their Morning Service .............. 11 A.M. trip to middle western states, hav- Evening Service ............. 8 P.M. mg enjoyed the visit.immensely. Mr and H" A Jetton ha00e Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Wednesday ........ 8 P.M. Methodist Church Phone 133 Rev. Stewart F. E. Sparrow Paterm , ,, .,, Morning Service at 10 A.M. Sunday School at 11 A.M. Young Peoples' Meeting at 6 :$0 P.M. Evening Service at 7:30 P.M. Choir Practice at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesday COLOR BLEND SHINGLES ARE NOW AVAILABLE We will be glad to show you samples and submit estimates GAMBLE LUMBER CO. BREWSTER, WASH. PLACE ORDERS NOW FOR SPRING DELIVERY , On State Highway Between Omak and Okanogan -- Phone 254 Somelimes there's .. 66nn Extra Rush on Lone Distance Every day, millions of hands reach for the telephone to use Long Dis- tance. Most of those calls go through quickly. But sometimes there's a crowd on certain lines. ,, Then Long Distance will say, "Please limit your call to 5 minutes." That helps everybody. FoI Victory--Buy United States War Don THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY PATEROS TEL. PATEROS el purchased the former Stanley Bertram property, where they have been making their home. Mrs. Estler*Giles;ie returned this week after attending the fu- neral of her brother, Charles Fletcher at Waterille. Mrs, Gil- lespie visited relatives for several days before returning, Dave Burke,* son-in-law-- --- of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Geissles, was in town last week. He had been 'vis- iting coastal cities on business from his home in Southern Cali- fornia. The Roscoe *Kimberlin family moved Monday to Omak, where some of them will be employed in the box factory. They had been living in the house formerly ec- cupied by the Guenthers Q,e Harold Millberry place. Heart ,kidney, brains and liver are among nature's richest store- houses of iron. SMALL ADS |oe PER LINE FiRffr INimRTIONs PER LINE EACH SUBSEQUENT IN. IDP..RTION. CASH WITH ORDER. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ERRORS IN ADS PHONED IN RADIO REPAIRS. Have your radio repaired now. Howard Zim- merman, phone 207, Okanogan. tfc FOR SALE: Baled hay, immed- iate delivery. Phone 561, Win- throp, or write Keith Johnson. 5tpFeb 15 C. & S. Wholesale Meats of Pa- tares, wants beef, pork and poul- try. Phone 582, Pateros. 4tp22 FOR SALE: Good Range Cook Stove. H. A. Jetton, Brewster. 4tc LOST: Electric razor. Finder please return to George Mosby, Malott. Reward." ltp FOR SALE: One 7A HP mo- tor and 3 inch DeLaval Pump, complete with suctio_n and dis- charge pipes and valves. Karl Clendennin, Brewster. tfc HOGGED FUEL (sawdust) for sale. lc per subic foot. -- Twisp- Wagner Lumber Co., Twisp, or phone 343J. 2tc15 [AN OR WOMAN WANTED for Rawleigh Route of 1500 am- ilies. Write today. Rawleigh's, Ra.wleigh Dept. WHB21SA, Oak- land. Calif. ltp 400 acre Mountain Valley ranch, located 4 miles from Wn- throp on good road. All fenced, never-failing springs. 100 to 200 acres can be farmed. Bargain pos- session at once. For information write to Bylsma 527 Cooper Bldg:, Denver, Colorado. Itc ABOUT THE JOINT LABOR LOBBY AND THE SCHOOLS, LOBBY IN BATTLE ON LEGISLATION OLYMPIA, Feb. 14 A "po- litical action committee" in the form of:the s0-called Joint Labor Lobby is becoming more active by the day in many legislative matters. It openly boasts of a membership of 49 workers m at- tendance at the legislature which is one lobbyist for each three members of the House and Sen- ate. This organization, which has headquarters in House Commit- tee Room No. 7, does not includ{ the State Federation of Labor of which James A. Taylor is the president. In some matters Tay- loy's organization works with the Joint Lobby. in others he oppsoes them. Many telegrams from ". F. of L. upions from all parts of the state addressed to-members indi- cate, that the Taylor group has a lot of strength. "Do Not Underestimate The Power Of A Woman" It has been said by someone wise in the affairs of the world that it is a mistake to underesti- mate the powers of a woman This is no true in many matters but it is especially true today in Olym- pia. Pearl A. Wanamakr. state su- perintendent of public instruct'ion is the woman in this case. Our splendid school system has devel- oped under the manaffement of Mrs. Wanamaker. Incidentally she has at the same tie created what many call a political machine of great power. No one who has watched the smooth and effect- we ogeration of the "school lob- by," largely Mrs. :Wanam.aker, in. previous sessions will deny that it is an organization. Then (ame House Bill No. 162, WatOh Its "Progress School interests say that H. B. No. 162 was introduced to take control of the scliools from Mrs. Wanamaker and that there is a lot of political implication in the measure, includin an attempt to force unionizat4on of school em- ployees statewide and the remow al of control of tle schools to the state capitol Thee is no doubt but that thelab0!obby is behind H.B. = ,162 Je very much Mrs. Wanamaker  and her sup- porters are bitterly opposing the bill and are seeing passagte, of their own program. All Who are wise in. legislative matters are watching with interest, for this promises to b one of the big bat- ties of the session', You.-will hear more about it It .seems that the little red, school house is assum- ing political importance on a staVewide basis. .Sala Adjustment fr State -: OfficiaJs PropbSl Salaries fbr se#eral state offic- ials, including notably the See- retary of State and Treasurer, hav ong been a disgrace to the state. A biI1 was passed .two years afro to:cm-rect this-situation but was vetoed by Governor Langlie because of the "obvious violation of constitutional provisions.." An- other method of producing the re- sults desired is now suggested and will 'be provided in a bill which will no doubt be passed and sign- e d durin the present session. To tell Whether a fabric will fade or not, ravel a yarn eh way of the goods. If light or white spots slbw on the yarn at regu- lar intervals, the fabric was dyed in the piece and it can be expect- ed to fade. If the color is even, unravel a thread, if the 61or is even all the way-threugh, it is "vat dyed" and will hold color. Fill your mind witl useful knowledge and you will avoid empty words. , , , i , , ' : THE : CHURCH OF CHRIST Pater0s ............ .. . ,. Sunday School at I0 A.M. "Bible Study at 11 A.M. David Nickell, leader Communion at 12 Noon. ALWAYS  " _-:: -. ...... , , . , ,-, ,, _ BREWSTER GRANGE NOTES " Mrs/ O. P." MCCoy, Reporter Due to impassable conditions of the roads and absences from town. several faithful members were missed at Grange Thursday night. Two new officers, Master and Lecturer, were on hand to take their places. Lecture Hour in- cluded a new song; a quiz on the significance of the letters on li- cense plates; a summary of the Dumbarton Oaks conference; the reading of The Gettysburg Ad- dress; a questionnaire on hob- bias and the attempt to solve a timely puzzle. DROVE WITHOUT LICENSE; GETS 30 DAYS SUSPENDED StaVe patrolman Ed Esteb re- ports that I'an Nell Sterley, ar- rested for driving without a-li- cense and with no license plate on his car, was tried in Judge Vieh's court Monday, and gixen a 30- day jail sentence, suspended. MEETING POSTPONED Brewster Civic League, to have been held today has been post- poned two weeks to March 1. Drapeiv and slip-cover mater- ials are scarce because coarse cot- ton fibers are being used for tent- age fabrics and other materials needed for our fighting forces. Wait until the porcelain enam- el surface of the range is cool lye- fore cleaning it. Sudden changes of heat axed cold may crack it. anned corn. served Mexican styl, has onion, green pepper and chili powder added. It is served piping hot. SMITH FUNERAL FIOME PEARNE SMITH Licensed Funeral Director PHONE 421 PATEROS , ..... .7=; -'= . - St Jame EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV. GORDON LIND Vicar .,,, Services at 8 o'clock each Sum- day evening. To freshen a dress or sweater worn all day, plac'e on a hanger and leave where air can circulate freely around it before putting it in the closet. FULL GOSPEL MISSION W. M. BURNSIDE Pastor SUNDAY. SERVICFS Sunday School at 10 A.M. Morning Worship at 11 A.M. Evening Worship at 7:30 P.M. Prayer meeting ThursdaF at 7:30 P.M. Battle experience has proven that one pint of whole blood is needed for every two casualties. LAST lIMES TONIGHT WED.- THURS. FEB. 14- 15 DANA ANDREWS AND RICHARD CONTE IN THE PURPLEHEART PLUS THE FEATURE LOUISIANA HAYRIDE WITH JUDY CANOVA ANDR!CHARD LANE Plus Short SUbject " " FRI.- SAT. FEB. 16- 17 ROY ROGERS AND MARY LEE IN SONG 0FNEVADA PLUS THEFEATURE ADDRESS UNKNOWN WITH PAUL LUKAS AND MADY CHRISTIANS Plus Serial And News SUN.- MON. FEB. 18- 19 BING CROSBY AND RfSE STEVENS IN GOING MY-WAY cartoon And News WED.- THURS. FEB, 21- 22 ANNE SHIRLEY AND DENNIS DAY IN MUSIC IN MANHATTAN Plus Travelogue and Sportlight ; ,1 . z The giraffe and the turtle ell their own sto W .... They help o remind you that ELECTR|CITY, almost alone among household necessities, IS STILL SOLD AT LOW PREWAR PRICES. You realize HOW low heSse prices are when you know that the average American family now cjets aboutTWICE as much elec- 4:rici4-y for it money as it did 15 years ago. if your bill isn' smaller, it is because you have more elecric servants and are using more elec- triclty 1oday than you did then. I's a real achieveent .o keep electric servie CHEAP in spite of rising costs and taxes--and to keep it PLENTIFUL in the face of war's tremendous demands for power. The credit goes largely o the hard-worklng men and women of your ele,ctric cmpany. Their skill and experience- plus the plan- ning and foresight sT sound BUSI- -NESS managementhave made this rocordosslb. ' SHear Nelson Eddy h 'he lectrlc Hour," now eves Sunday a, 1:30 lm, Statlon-t'PY, - " - The Washlndton Wares PoWer Co. A SELSUPPORTIqG, TAX:,PAYI BUS$S|NTERPRiSE Brewst er, Washington : ,, , ........ - .. .... CARIBOU THEATRE