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THOUSJI NDS GAINi BETTER HE, ARING / , MARCH 22, 1945 m nArT / (Continued From Fag 1) that person and presented her with an orchid corsage. A beautiful brief case was pre- sented tO R. ]. Mansfield. He was pastpresident of the club and now resides in Okanogan. Pete Borg, club secretary, gave an : interesting and informative secretary's report during the even ing. He explained that $23,000 wo. -of cabins and homes had been constructed during 1944 and many would be constructed dur- ing 1945. Brought out that the Methow Valley Growers Service, inc. completed construction of a large storage plant and packing warehouse, that improvements had been made on the Brewstr- Pateros Processors, Inc. plant the R. A. Downing and the Larabee warehouses and cold storage plants and that several new bus- iness firms had started businesses during 1944 in Pateros. He also showed that 1,300 cars of fruit and 125 cars of sheep and cattle had been shipped from Pateros in 1944. The Secretary stated that Pat- eros was the fourth largest school district in the county in valuations with the recent addition of the Azwell School District in 1944. " Progress Commission C. E. Jon, exec.utiv secretary of the Washington State Progress Commission. was present and str ressed the value of light -metals aiid tourist trade in particular to the State of Washington. He stat- ed that he was talking unofficially as the .Prog-ess Commi'ssion .has been ;given to ,the Department of Conservation and Development under Art Garton as director. He brought out that the bud- get of $118,000ihad been increas- ed by the Governor and the Legis- lature to $482,000 and results from .this large sum should show up in three or four years. Mr. Johns stated that 265,000. people have moved into Washing- tola during ,the war and that huge numbers will move to this state in Sacred Heart ..... CATHOLIC CHURCH BREWSTER Rev. Raymond A. Klemmer Pastor SCHEDULE OF MASSES 1st Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 2nd Sunday of Month ..80,0 A.M. 3rd Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 5th Sunday of Month .. 8:00 A.M. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH "The Friendly Church" IV. 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 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. Evening Servie at 7:30 P.M. Choir Practice at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesday TIlE CHURCH OF CHRIST Pateros Sunday School at 10 A.M. Bible Study at 11 A.M. David Nickell, leader Communion at 12 Noon. FULL GOSPEL MISSION W. M. BURNSIDE Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School at 10 A.M. Morning Worship at 11 A.M. Evening Worship at 7:30 P.M. ]: ter meeting Thursday 7:80 P.M. St James EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV. GORDON LIND Vicar Services at 8 o'clock each Sun- 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 McElyea and Faye Linton. the immediate post war years. He showed how totlrtSt trave[ had in- creased from tmrty-seven 'miltion dollors in 1938t0 fifty-six million in 1941. Louis Bovee-: of ashmere, pre- sident of the Stevens Pass Sunset Highway Association, gave 'a talk on the need uf highways in the Northwest half of the state. He stated that more highways is the need of this section'and stad that his organization backed a rcad from Wenatchee,to Water- ville, then to Mansfield and via Leahy to Coulee City as a primary project as it would work in well with a primary highway from Bridgeport to Leahy and thence to the dam. He spoke highly of Senator Don Miller and the work he has done in Olympia for the Northcentral Washington counties. Senator Miller Speas The principal talk of the even- ing was given by Senator Don Miller of East Wenatchee. He stat ed that the gas re-allcation bill he has worked 0n for he past several' years was assured and that: Doug- las and Okangan counties would i get from $100,000 to $!50,000 additional funds in the next two years. He also explained that h e was fortunate in getting two of the HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON ration and Development, Art Gar- ton of Chelan, and to th'e latter's asssistant, Vince White of Oka- hogan. Wenatchee Mayor .. Jack Rogers, Wenatchee Mayor gave the last talk of the evening. He spoke of the value of the fruit industry to the area of Northcen- tral Washinggon anc that it Would continue to lead the area in producing the major income for the state. The entire evening Was one of intermingled fun and business that increased .the good will be- tween the various towns in North- central Washington. , LADLES AID TO HAVE SALE SATURDAY The Ladies Aid" of the Lol Church will have a Sale of fancy work and food Saturday, March 24.th. in the Anthony Vernon building. It will also he a good demon- stration of the many.articles that can be made of the lowly flour sack, when any kind of material is' so hardto get. Te: Sale will begin at 1 *clock and'all ax cordially invited. H]RALD-REPORTER PHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO 37 three primary highways bills thr- oughth Legislature. One of them the Disautel road would go on the Primary sys'em and the other, is the primary road 1tom Bridgepor to Leahy to the dam and from Waterville to iffansfield toLeahy and thence to Coule City. i He furthermore stated that the  PAC-CIO came close to driving a portion of Washington industries out of the state by their sponsering of a bill to drive the merit system out of the State Industrial insur- ance. This PAC-CI0 bill which would have increased industrail insurance tremendously would have been too great a burden for industray to carry. The radicals forced a 23 to 23 tie vote in the Senate  27 times be- fore Lieutenant Governor Vic Meyers cast !he deciding vote in favor of retaining the merit system now being used. He also expressed pleasure that $100,000 had been voted for a survey over the Northern route from the Methow valley to the coast. The Senator staled that some bills passed that were no for the benefit of the state but in general most of the real radical damaging bills were defeated. He also paid a .high tribute to Governor Wal: gren and to his director of Conser- DAILY DOUBLE"FEATURE BETTER ELECTRIC 00SeRVJCt LOWERc ELECTRI . RATES FROM T00fE UIRSHI/26TO# g]g/TER POWER OO00P#00 LiEe the actors' motto---"The show must go on"--the men and women Of Wash- ington Water Power who serve you. ere steeped in the tradition ef constantly improving your electric service, of con- stantly lowering your electric rates. : For 56 years past, they have maintained that kind of record--end when peace releases wartime improvements:in the uses of electrici, they'll be able to show you undreamed-of conveniences in electric service of the future. Even during wartime, with hundreds of employes in the armed services, a high sa.dard of service has been maintained and your rates have been reduced $ 1,200,000 iust since 19411 E'TTER- CHEiPE -  "; _ .'. Business Enterprise BREWSTER GRANGE NOTES Mrs. O. P. McCoy, Reporter BOUNTIFUL DINNER FOR GRANGERS SixtY;five Grangers Were ser- ved a delicious dinner at tue annual meeting of the Brewster Grange Supply Company, held Wednesday at the I. 0. O. F. Hall Explanations and talks on sub- jects vital to the organization were given by" Forest Hunt, Tom Lynch, Mr. McCassey of the Shell Oil Co.. Bill Smith of ,the Spo, kane Wholesale, Mr. Wetter of the Seattle Wholesale, and Dou- glas County Pomona Master. Her ace Bosarth, Secretary of the State Grange Wholesale. Wade Troutman, chairman of the board presided. E.J. Hallenback, manager of the local Supply Company gave the annual report. Trustees elect- ed for the coming year were: Wade Troutman, chairman ; L.B. McLean, secretary ; Charles Mil- ler, E. L. Nichols and Ray Vin- cent. NOTICE Salad Card Party in crypt of Episcopal Church, Monday, April 2 at 1 P.M. Bridge and Pinochle. Those desiring to bring hand work for ,the afternoon may do so. SAVE TIME! USE THE OKANOGAN VALLEY BUS LINES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE SERVICE Leave Chelan .......... 7:55 A.M. Leave Pateros .......... 8:28 A.M. Leave Brewster ........ 8:40 A.M. Leave Bridgeport .... 9:00 A.M. Leave M,,sfield .... 9:31 A.M. Arrive Spokane 1 : 15 P.M, Leave Spokane 5:15 P.M. Arrive Mansfield . ..... 9:00 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 Expres Shipments Made Daily Connections At Pateros For Met.bow Valley Residents ..... C DE- THF NATURAL GREENLAND -CRYOLITE- Distributed By J. H: TY0000ELL CO BEN BROWN PHONE 202 OKANoGAN, WASH. JIM TYRRELL PHONE 1897 WENATCHLE, WASi. PAGE 3 CHARIVARI NEWLYWEDS Moe than foiy friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lindr gathered Saturday eening to charivari them following .their return last week and announcement that they were inarried in San Fran- cisco on March 3. The entire party were invited into ,the Lind- er home and ,treats were in order for all. SPOKANE MAN TO MANAGE LABOR OFFICE R. A. Downing, chairman of the Brewster Brigdeport Labor Committee, annouficed Tuesday that J. Malcolm McRae of Spo- kane has been appointed mana- ger of the labor office, situated at Bl, ewster. He replaces Tommy Dundas when the latter entered the armed forces. Mr. MacRae has had consid- erable experience formerly in la- bor matters and comes to this section highly recommended. NERADIONI HEARING AID $40 EWirt ph hNo::t::'dC: r  Ballard Drug Store PHONE 191 OMAK 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. 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