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PAGE 4 1 I , 1 Ill 1 , HgRALD-RgPORTIt, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON MARCH 22, 945 PATEROS NEWS NOTES MRS. WILBUR RICKETTS At the P. T. A. meeting last Thursday the Dads had charge of the program, with Mr. Fish as chairman. Mr. Vickeri gav a talk and demonstration on the Boys Shop Work. John Tukey sang two songs. Mr. Cooper gave a talk on school reorganization. Sgt. Ed Godfrey, home o fur- lough, played two piano numbers. Harry Aslakson, assisted by Bill Burger and Ernie Darlington served refreshments. A nominat- ing committee was appointed to report at: the next meting. -A do- nation of $10.00 was voted to be given the Red Cross. Joy Evertsbusch was hbme for ,the wek, end visiting her parents from Wenatchee where she is em- ployed by the Harms Freight Lines. $ George Neff was in Wenat- chee on Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. AI Sapp were Ton- asket visitors on Friday. * $ $ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bur- gett spent Thursday in Wenat- chee on business. Mr. and Mrs. Moore and family were up from Wenatehee ocer the week-end. " " A Mrs. Wilbur Ri s and dau- ghter Gayle spent Friday and Sat urday in Wenatchee. They visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Moore. Mrs. Ricketts "attended a board meeting of the North Cen- tral District Federated Wamens Club. Mrs. Tracy Otto and daughter, Leta returned home -iday from Puyallup where they have been visiting. $ * a a Mrs. Burgtt and Mrm Plew spent Monday in Chelan at the dentists. Sgt. Edward* od)rey leaves Friday for Camp Howze in Texas after spending a furlough here with his parents. He came home after a six months stay in the Aleutians. After a month* without any word Mr. and Mrs. John Godfrey heard from their son Corporal Robert Godfrey that he is on Iwo Jima. He is with the Signal Corl. He sent home a paper that has been distribuVed by air o,er the treatment the Japs would receive reatment the Japs would receive if they would bring the paper in- to any camp and surrender. iV ork hard for Victory....then e lax with MARTIN'S FTER a days work well done . . the.. is no better reward than a pleasant mo- raent of relaxation with Martins fine beer Here indeed, is a smo-o-oth brewed perfectic "rein quality ingredients. v Mtde for Your Enjoyment by the YAKIMA ILEY BREWING COMPANY SELAH, "WASHINGTON I I Omak Bottling Works, Omak  Distributor i r THE OLD JUDGE SAYS... "Adding another War Bond. to your collection, eh, Judge?" , "Yes, Josh; I've alwayslooked upon buying Bonds as one of the best ways older folks like me here at home can help our fighting men overseas. For the past couple of years I've put every extra cent I had into them. :.not only during the War Bond drives.., but on a .regular basi Of course, when there's a drive on I always try to buy an extra one or two." "We've done the same h our faintly, too, Judge. We figure the more we buy.., the better we equip our men.., the quicker they'll finish their big job and come march- ing home again." 4L P P That s the spirit, Jo6h. Andlet sbeaureof one more thing. Let's be sure that they come back to the same kind of place they left. While they are away and can't expreu thair opinions, let's not make any decisions on things that am going to con'a them in Feam to come." Tls ttdtutistmslsmmd  tq Abtgdk  Iust.  .:. St. Margarets Guild is having a salad bridge in the basement of St. James Church in Brewster on Monday, April 2. Mrs. Opal an li is back at work at the Farmers Market after being gone for four weeks. Mr. and rs Carl Lewis heard from heir son Willard, who is now in the hospital at Fort LeWis. He has spent three years in the South west Pacific and is now recover- ing from a tropical infection. The Grange "had tle Traveling Grange ,program Tuesday night when the Twisp Valley Grange brought the Traveling Grange Hall to Patros. There was'a Pot- luck supper before the meeting. Last year Pateros won a $100.00 bond for having the largest atten- dence at the Traveling Grang meeting. [ BROWNE (Continued From Page I) completely controlled by Gover- nor Wallgren. All bi-partisan com- missions and boards have been eliminaYed. Only members of the majority part will be named to places of trust or state jobs. In a political sense this is a Wise move for .the party in power, but from the individual standpoint of the governor, it is far from be- ing one which will strengthen his control and support. The wise pol itical head knows that patronage in pubic office is, too often, the vehicle which wrecks political ambitions. For every person got- ting on the payroll, there Will be ten to twenty who are disappoint- ed or as one political boss put it: 'ten to twenty--enemies and one ingrate.' 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