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Brewster, Washington
April 5, 1945     Quad City Herald
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PAGE 2 THE HERAH)-REPORTER L. A. GILLFPIE, *Editor and Publisher , ', 4. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BREWSTER, WASH. Entered as second class matter at Brewster, Washington Notices of church entertainments .where an admission fee is c.harg- ed, cards of thanks, rso!u'dons of condolence, or notices intended to promote privae business of any kind, must be paid for at regu- lar rates. HERALD-RRPORTRR, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON PATEROS NEWS NOTES MRS. CHAS. MILLER Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Sweat and Mr. and'Mrs. LaVerne Ward of Leavenworth were visiting friend in Pateros on Sunday. Frank FJler*S2 i; now in the Naval Hospital in Seattle .taking electric therapy treatments for his injured foot. " : .. Pfc. Gordon is; son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fish is home on furlough I from Camp Mackall, he .will e- I port to Fort Ord Calif. ' I Methow aley Grovcers Ser- vice. Inc., are having a well dug . -)., : Ec , , \\;\ i . .  % -d for their water supply. H. Lind- '); quist of Brewster is doing' tL'e drilling.  , ---,ff Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jessand " ' -- -- family ae building a new house _ ' .:.  on his mothers ranch and intend " making their permanent home here again. Herbert was born and  .. reared in Pateros bu has been living in Po00l00nd/or some tim.' Arch Full'er suffered a stroke Safe'Ball.ore of Egg Robber recently. He had been with his Play Esther and family in Blood.sucking mites, ticks and fleas "z weaken birds, make them easy prey to diseases that cut egg production. But they can be conrxolled easily with Standard Poultry House Spray, the insect killer that stays active for days. And to step up eggproduction of-listless, droopy hens, try dosing with Standard hite Oil No. 9 U. S. P.-- an excellent mineral oil condidoner. Therriault & Darlington Wholesale Dealers Phone 232 PATEROS, *WASHINGTON Standard PouitTy House Spray Comes mixed, ready to Use. Inexpenlre, dime's worth covers more than 100 sq. ft. Standard White 011 No. 9 U.S.'P. Non-irritating, is not absorbed into .system. Mix with feed to help movements and remove intestinal pa-asites. & TELEPHONE YOURLOCAL ITEMS TO NO. 37 AT LAST! septic TanKs NOW AVAILABLE we are now able to fur-oish, haul and install four differ- nt size of Septic Tanks: Let us help you with your present or post-war plans for a modern Sewer System OKANOGAN BRANCH On State Highway Btween':Omak and Okanogan -- Phone 254 Okoma Airways Announces R eopenir00g of Air -- Service MARCH 26 daughter Seattl until Sunday when Mr. and Mrs. Don Evans brought him home to Pateros. He is with his daughter, Mrs. Bedell. Mr. and Mrs. o Billingsley received word from their sons, Staff Sgt. Rector and Lt. Ed- ward, that they had accid'ently met in France and were roger:mr a day and a half. This is the first meting in three years Edward is with Patrons Army. Mr. Joh: faree*, John and George Nff are planting more apple trees, about 35 acres, with 1700 trees, half delicious and half winesaps, with a few polin- [iz,rs. Larabee and John Neff will plant about 600 on their old place while George is breaking new ground just across from the old Okanogan Valley Power Dam and will plant 1100 tre'es there. 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 Mansfield .... 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 ...... 9:60 l.M. Arrive Pateros ........ 10:02 I.M. Arrive Chelan ........ 10:35 P.M. Fast Express Shipments Made Daily Connections At Pateros For Methow Valley Resideats Okaaogaa to Spokane APRIL 5, 1945 I;hYO ROUND TRIPS DAILY Car service to and fromAirport now furnished at no add- tional cost.Schedule connects with bus lines ab Okanogan for other valley points. MORNING FLIGHT Leaves Spokane 7:40 Arrives Okanogan 8:40 Leaves Okanogan 9:00---Arrives Spokafie 10:00 EVENING FLIGHT Deaves Spokane 4:30 Arrives Okanogan 5:30 Leaves Okanogan 5:30-- Arrives Spokane 6:50 REDUCED ROUND-TRIP FARE 1 WAY, $8.70ROUND TRIP, $16.52 Plus 15 Per Cent Federal Tax For Information and Reservations, Write or Phone OKOMA AIRWAYS Okanogan, Phone 473. Spokane. Phone Lakeview 1567 Pateros Grange met March 27, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Beagle are .... County Commissioner Holloway Corp. Lyden Blackburn ishome and .they reinstated two members taking care of the D. F. Nickel was in Pateros on Thursday on I from Alaska visiting with his sis- Mr. E. J. Keeler and Kermit Sten ranch this yar. business [ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. ness, and iniated M's. Keel'er and Harry Baker, manager of the Mr. and Mrs. Gordh'n-' Hss] Bert' Beagie: Later-he Will go to Mrs. Minnie Stenness. They also Brewster - Pateros Dehydrator is lhave: moved to Pateros ,from!Camp Howze for reassignment. received eight new applications, having his household goodsship- I Brewster,nd are living in the Mrs. C. Vinton* returned from The next meeting wilt be April ped here from Calif. and will lEllingsworth home Hess is the Bremerton where she sp'ent the 12th, when Pateros will take the move into-the house formerly o;-Inech'anic for Sid Braker at the winter with her daughter Mar- Traveling Grange to Brewster. cupied by Max Moore. IStarr Ranch garet and family. I I [V[rY DAY...MOr[ fOlKS SAY...MAK[ MINI MARIIN,S THE next time you er@oy a glau of beer :lust notice the taste.. THAT, after all, is 1e  bask to .dse the qualtt of any food o drink. IF YOU are enjoying Martin's you'll notice a rich, full-bodied flavor smacking of malt yet temper.ed to a refreshing _zestfulness througha ..... judicious use of finest quality gra!,-m .,d  PLUS a Water supply that k unexcelled for brewing . IT'S the BREWING . . . from the famous Martin formula, tl/a! distinguishes this fine beer. Spick and span, modl equipment PLUS the Martin formula, PLUS quality ingredients, PLUS Martin's masterful brewing . gives you a truly fine ber. "Makc MINE Martin's" YAKIMA VA[L[Y BR[WlN6. 60MPAN OF. S[t_Atl, Omak Bottling Works, Omak Distributor I WASHINOTON I AN Tomorrow's kitchen will be built around prag-ali all-electric work centers arranged to save steps and: simplify work. There will be a marvelousl efit:ieM' new electricrancje . . . electric refriqerafor for food storage and fast freezing . . . a dishwasher to wash and dry dishes . . . garbage d;sposal . . . 101enVy of hot water.., and light with all the benefits of sunshine. Kitchen, automatic laundry, or whatever your plans - for after the war, the Washington Water Power will be ready to help .you with new services for your enjoyment of electrical living. Count on it! WA$111tV00TON WATER POWER COMPANY FOR POST-WAR ELECTRIGAL LIVINO t [ I III  I iiii