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 " I &apos;  lllllll. ] ,, MARCH 15, 1945 UTILITIE.S PAY LARC TAX The Washington Water Power Company, the second largest tax- payer in Okanogan County, on Monday, March 12, paid $18,484.- 71 in real and personal proFerty taxes to Okanogan County Treas- urer W. H. Elers, according to C. Rea Moore, Division Manager. The Water Power Company is making its annual tax payments this week in 18 Washington coun- ties, and the checks come to a grarl total of $409;263.57. '.le Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co., one of the coun- .ty's heavy takpayers, paid $3,- 202.75. c00Es : -Sacred Heart CATHOLIC CHURCH BREWSTER Rev. Raymond A. Klemmer Pastor , .... ,, , SCHED00E OF MASSES 1st Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M.] 2nd Sunday of Month ..8:09 A.M. 3d Sunday of-Month 10:30 A.M. 5th Sunday of Month .. 8:00 A.M. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH "The Friendly Church" REV. R. M. LEWIS, Pastor 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 " Roy. 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. - f et7:30 P.M. Clbirctlce at '7:30  :M." on ,Wednesday THE  CHURCH OF CHRIST Pateros Smday hool at l0 A.M, Bible Study at 11 A.M. David Nickell, leader Communion at 12 Noon. FULL GOSPEL MISSION W. M. BURNSIDE Pastor SUNDAY SERVIC.:S Sunday School at 10 A.M. Iorning Worship at 11 A.M. Evening Worship at 7:30 P.M. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 P.M. -- , ,,, ,' St James EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV, GORDON LIND Vicar i Services at 8 o'clock each Sua- day evening. --- _ .... ( 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.' , Minisrs: Velma MeElyea and Faye Linton. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends and elatives, especially those from Custodial School at Medical Lake, for their kindness toward our beloved son and bro- ther, James Vaughan. Mr. ,id Mrs: Jim ,Vaughan Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sperry Mr. and Mrs. Claence Pasley Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Junkins Mr. and Mrs. Ivan St. John Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brisson Mr. and Mrs. Homer'Morfield Mr. and Mrs. George Damian Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rawlelgh Mr. and Mrs. Tiny Davidson When steam pours from the hot water faucet, it means the waver in the tank is above boiling point. If this happens, after draw ing ,the water you need, close the faucets gently to prevent "water- hammtr." $ $ $ $ When yo eat shellfish, such as oysters, shrimp or scallops, you get some of the bone-building calcium your body needs, besides iodine, some vitamins and easily digested protein. HERALD.REPORTER, BEP WASHINGTON i i PAGE PATEROS NEWS NOTES MRS. WILBUR RICKETTS . J , • . _ mi • Work was started Monday on the China Ditch. • • • • There will he skating at the Lgion Hall Friday evening. • * $ • Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moore shopped in Okanogan Monday, Mr. and * H*rs. • Athur Irwin spent th week end in Spokane. Miss Joy Evertsbusch spent several days in Wenatchee last week. Lloyd Doson le;t ursday for Vaneotyer.to see his brother who is seriously iR in a hospital there. Mrs. Carl;sle* B;tie* of Okanog- an is visiting her mother Mrs. Roy Billingsly this week. $ • • • The Service Star Womens Club meets, on Tuesday, March 2{ at the clubhouse with Mrs. Lewis as hostess. Ralph-Counryan" was heat on a furlough from the Seabee station in Rhode Island. Mrs. Tray )tt ad daughter Leta are visiting her parents in Puyallup. The WS& m: W*ednsday at the' home of Mrs. harlea MiMer with Mrs. Fred Mikel as assist- ant hostess. $ Mr. and Mrs. Olson of Rhodo- dendron, Oregon az here fora month visiting her sister, Mr Steiner. @ Charles. Vhe, cently re- returned from San Diego where he has spent the winter with his daugSter and her family. Q $ • • Miss Ruby Mansfield was oper- ated on at ,the Biles Memorial Hospital at Omak on Wednesda of last vek, She came home on Monday to her parents' home in Pateros and will stay until she has regained her strength. Mr. and-Mr B of,.Mon- tans have bought the   longing to Harley Moore and - cently vacated by the Wheatcroft family. They have their daughter and her to childrerI with them while her busband is in the ser- vice. -,CLEAR $80 ON DANCE Tht Pateros Volunteer Firemen report that they cleared about i $80 on-their dance, Saurday ev- ening. This money vill go tte / ward defraying expenses of department and improving the equipment. NON-SUPPORT Phil Bedard, Jr., of Molson was arrested by Sheriff Michel and Deputy Moss, on a charge of non- support of family. He is 35 and in 1A, and was sent to Spokane for physical examination for in- duction into the service. BIRTHDAY PARTY METHOW NEWS NOTES MRS. MABEL COUNTRYMAN Ralph Countryman, SF 2c has finished his boot training at Camp Endicott, Rhode Islami, and was home on leave. He had I four days at home; leaving Thurs day afternoon. Kurt Anderson, Pateros, had a birthday party, Sunday afrnoon in honor of. his fifth birthday Those attending were Bobble Bur- gett, Dennis Plew, Virginia and Divain Peterson. Gayle Ricketts, and Kurt's brother and sister, Michael and Terry. A birthday cake and ice cream were served following the games. PORTER IS COUNTY MEDICO Dr. S. A.  Porter was appointed by the commissioners Monday to serve temporarily as county hevAth physician while Dr._Gunw is on a three month leave, which she will spend in California. DAD' S NIGHT AT P..T.h. The Pateres P.-T. A. will meet this evening with ,the Dads plan- ning the program. The grounds have ben sure,eyed near the School and the building Of-th houses will begin very soon. 4; Fltice Brownlee has return- ed retake care of his orchard af- ter spending the winter on the Coast. Mrs. Brewntee will remain with heir daughttr Helen. George ornelius *has bought th A. E. Messerley house and ex- pects to move in soon. Mrs. Betty Williams has moved in with her :mother, Mrs. Maybelle Gahringer :until _she ean find a place. Mrs. Hannah Magnuson has re- cently rented her orchard and is stang with her mother Mrs. Clark :Until school is out. She plans to move to California at that time. C. J. Bolinger was in town Sat- urday attending the annual meet- ing of tht Bolinger Ditch Co. Mrs. Frank Davis returned home recently from her trip South, where she visited rtlatives in 'New Mexico, Texas, Alabama and Mississippi. She relates hat she saw the Bellingrad Gardens in Alabama and that the flowers were the most beautiful she ever saw. She also went through the famous Carlsbad Caverns in Tex- as. Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Country- man arrived home Tuesday after spending the cold month in Cali- fornia'. ' -i " | The Bolinger Ditch Company held-it annual elcion this week. Clayton Bolinger was elected as the new dr’’r.-Wrhe two stand- ing directors are Henry Ludeman and M. J. Murry. Mrs. Bert Vroman  in town Monday looking things over. GAS THEFT Jams Lloyd Holloway, from Arkansa, arid Rid.hard Eugene McKnight, from Montana ages 18 ;and 16 respectively, are being held for stealing gas. JOHNSON WILL PROBATED The will of L Johnson was admitted for probate in the Su- perior CouP. Mabel Ruth John- son of Methow,'widow, and sole heir. was named 'exutrlx to serve without bond. METHOW CC'.HAS BIRTHDAY On March 21st at 1:30 prompt, Mrs. Ludeman will erve a fried chieken dinner to the Mtthow Community Club members, at her home. The occasion being dm Club's 7th birthday.  This is leing looked forward to as a gala affair as there will be & birthday cake with all the.fixing . ." _ . . -the Job S6Y00Today : O" " " Y'" 'ZSTZRDY wa;.o, wes yet to be edi.od o the u. as a state when'on March 13.[889. the Weshij- ton Water Power Company was formed. Years of strucjcjla lay ahead for the little local company. "I'(ORiW In three wars, the Washlngton Water Power has served America and the In'and Empire. meeting every war need and at.the same tlme supphfing Inland Empire homes with electricity at pre,wer prices. New conveniences in electrical riving, p;orred by private business enterprise, wiH be ₯0w$ tomorrow. Look to the Water Power . . . fo pod-war ecical livingl .,. (# e Washington Water Ibw00r, SESSION ENDS (Continued From Page 1) tte bank oanized,-as it is now planned, by the P.A.C.-C.I.0,, De- mocratic party members and or- ganized labor exclusively. Then this bank will be designated as a state bank depository or a bank qualified to accept all public fund sent its way. But it was necessary • o remove ,the ceiling and HB 32 appeared. Too much hue and cry came and HB 401 and HB 403 came out, rambled through the House quietly without much at- tention being paid to them. Just about this time the cocktail bill was suddenly stirred into life and attention kept focused on it. When they reached the Senate  however, some of the wiser heads discovered what was up and sought to head them off. This failed. Under these new laws any state bank can accept frown the state treasurer deposits lYy pro- viding collateral, which is limited by the new law to state, federal, county, municipal, PUD and port or school district bonds, up to 90% of the fund deposited. These bonds are supposed to be the safeguard to protect the pub- lic funds. • But under ,the new statutes the state treasurer can throw into this new bank $100,000,000.00 of idle state funds. The bank can then invest these funds in govelm ment bonds, drawing a small rate of interest, deposit the bonds s collateral for the public moneys, SAVE TIME! USE THE OKANOGAN VALLEY BUS LINES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE S ERVICE Leave Chelan .......... 7:55 A.M. Lave Pateros .......... 8:28 A.M. Leave Brewster ........ 8:40 A.M. Leave Bridgeport .... 9:OO A.M. Lure Mansfield .... 9:31 A.M. Arrive Spokane 1:15 P.M. Leave Spokane 5:15 P.M. Arrive Mansfield ...... 9:OO P.M. Arrive Bridgeport .... 9:31 P.M. Arrive Brewster = ..... 9:50 P.M. Arrive Pateros 10:02 P.M. Arrive Chelan ........ 10:35 P.M. Fast Express Shipments Made Daily Connections At Pateros For Methow Valley Residents sit back and draw down from 2 o 2 per cent a year on these bonds. Thestate may require 1% so that the bank will be making something like $1,000,00,0.00 a year net. This is not hay. The program is all set. It is ready to go right ow. But this is only the beginning This group, with their state bank and unlimited funds available, plan a contradting firm to tak all public work contracts. It will be easy o manipulate these contracts as desired. A cement plant, a sand and gravel company, a flour mill, a cannery and food process- ing plants are planned. In fact the entire supplies of the state ,government are ,to come through these new ccmcerns. The program mars are no overlooking any bets. An insurance company, a med- ical clinic and every possle angle which requires plenty of early capital to sta but which will make plenty of money for the promoters is or has been tak- en into consideration. PHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO 37 HRALD-REPORTER SMALL ADS i pER LINE F11T INSERTION; 60 LINE F.JkCH SUBSEQUENT IN- .RTION. CASH WITH ORDER. NOT RF.PON$1BLE FOR ERRORS IN ADS PHONED IN FOR SALE: One 7½ HP mo- tor and 3 inch DeLaval Pump, ccmplete with suctior/ and dis- charge pipes and valves. Karl Clendenin. Brewster. 3tp GOOD USED PIANOS-Two more will be sold in this vicinity. both standard makes, good mech- anical condition, terms. For par- ticulars write R. F. Powers, Vera- dale, Washington. 3tp FOR SALE- Good Electric Pump and Pressuz'e Tank for domestic use. A.R.Bullock, Pat- eros,yacross street from Lbr. yard RADIO REPAIRS. Have your radio repaired now. Howard Zim- merman, phone 207, Okanogan. tfc FOR SALE: One deluxe pre- war Ward's Hawthorne bicycle, good tires. Edwin Rabine, box 296, Brewster, Wash. 2tp22 PLAN to BUILD NOW FARM BUILDING CONSTRUCTION FRAME, BRICK OR MASONRY • HOUSE BUILDING SEE US FOR A COMPLETE JOB WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF LUMBER. PLUMBING, ROOFING, INSULATION, SASH & DOORS, LIME, PLAS- TER, PAINT, BRICK, MOULDING, ETC. DON. C. MATHERS, INC. WAYNE ANDERSON MACK C. COX Phone 73J CHELAN, WASH. I I [ H. O, GROCERY PHONE 59, BREWSTER "IT PAYS TO PAY CASH" DICK WEEKS, Prop. l ANNIVI=RSARY SPI=CIALS AS WE START INTO OUR .EIGHTH YEAR OF BUSINESS IN BREWSTER, WE WISH TO THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR PATRONAGE KNOWING THAT THIS IS THE TRUE BASE OF OUR SUCCESS IN YOUR COMMUNITY. WE W ILL STRIVE TO CONTINUE TO MERIT YOUR SUPPORT WITH THE BEST SERVICE AND A COMPLETE TOCK. CORN LIFEBUOY 3 for 23 PICT SWEET FANCY QUALITY PACK 20 Points Cream Style --.18 Whole Kernel - .19 mNSO 26 c OR TUB, WAS, imlm PICTSWEET BEST TENDER, DELICIOUS 20 Points Small .18 Large .19 ,KAR0 SYRUP WE STILL HAVE A FAIR STOCK. BUY ONLY WHAT YOU NEED 1½ lb.- .18 5 lb. .46 SOY PANCAKES JOLLY JOAN SOY PANCAKE FLOUR PKG. 25 BEANS STANDBY CUT STRINGLESS I0 Points 2 CANS .35 LOGGER BOOTS 8 inch. Lace-to-Toe Boot Composition Sole $9.0,0 All Leather Sole $10.50 MENS OXFORDS Pebble Leather - Moccasin or cut out type, - No Mark Rubber Heel PAIR $5.40 WORKS PANTS Day's Twill - 29 to 32 $2.91 Blacks Coverts 29 to 34 $2.98 WILLARD'S MARKET QUALITY :MEATS (PTS) ( 5 ) PORK SAUSAGE lb.- .35 ( 4 ) BEEF LIVER lb.-: .35 ( 5 ) SIINNLF...%S FRANKS lb..39 < 12 ) CHieF. 21h, .84 ( 0 ) COTTAGE ' ( 0 ) FRESH FISH ( 0 ) CHICKENS BUY: WAR BONDS