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x. APRIL 12, 1945 ............ HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON ..... PAGE 3 'I Mrs. Emma Widel is in Mans- RDIWRTITD Ifild for. a short stay. /i./lLtJ.Z T T .I,,Jr L,t,i, I * * " ] The birthday anniversaries of NI00Vdg MNTITq I Mrs. W. D. Crand00 and Mrs. IL#Vl k$ A1qJ.Jl,llO "' U. H. Myers were .celebrated to- '" " ............. ' .......... gether Sunday by a dinner at the M IS. W. D. CrandaU is recover- Crandall home: . GuLsts from the ing from a long seige Of the flu. Browster Fiat were Mr. and Mrs. .... -*. " .%.-" .. : " Emery Crandall and family and Mrs. MaveJ nun entertained Mrs K P Millbe m at bridge Tuesday for her sister, ": " " ' x#'o Mrs. Helen Morse, of Wena?cchee. Mrs. R. C. Wanamaker had as Audree C00en00en00n "00si00d over house guest from Thu00ay the weeken at Waterville and Saturday, her cousin, Mrs. Bess Wmtcl)ee. Slocum, who was on her way hos;itl "eoxittee met home to Seattle, atr spending Tuesday night and reported very the winter in Billings, Montana. favorable progress. Mrs. Slocum's daughter is a THOUSANDS GAIN BETTER HEARING. Mrs. Marin --'Wick," who broke her hip some weeks ago, is now able to tak a few steps Howard Gamble left Monday for Seattle to enter the Navy. He enlisted some weeks ago. 8 Mrs. E. Holden will entertain the local W. C. T. U. Thursday of this xceek. * U E. Fries ms returned from a visit with relatives in Tacoma  and Vancouver. Mr. and ]rs7 C;rd and a group of friends from Chelan were in town Sunday visiting Xhe George Cook famil ,. M. and Mrs. . C. Hal]enbeck moved Thursday to tlre new home on .Brewter Flat, having bought the property know as the Byron Stubbs place. $ $ $ .s Jack Allen is here fTom Taco- ma visiting friends. His grand- mother, Mrs. Henry Wet, is ex- pected .this week. She is now in Spokane with relatives. Mr. and Irs*. ;ern*on T,nble- son, Alga, and Oersad wre busi- ness visitors in Wenate&ee last q0hursday. * aP IP Since esponse was so gener- ous for the Croup Fire Girl's Rummage Sale, it was decided to continue the sale next Saturday, Apri] lath. 00rs" Mr and C Son00 iie ntertMned Sunday evening with a dinner party. Guests were Mrs. IYebbie Olson, M'.rs. Nell ChurchiHi, Mr. and Mrs. Clms. Fnerson, Mrs Clara Diggles, Miss Mary MeN'ty, M.r. and Mr George Rabine, Miss Tophelin Lorinski, and Mr. and Mrs. Hil- Hard Smith. teacher in he high school in Bil- lings * * $ $ Four of the Brewster Boy Scouts, in attempting their 50- mile bicyele-ridiTtg tst, got as far as Omak when they were foiled by one of April's snow storms, and were fozmnate to have a truck bring them and ,their bikes back. The Scouts were LeRoy Payne, Norman Stranne, Ray Poole and Sonny Smnpson. * * $ * While on her regular eekend visit home, Laura Lee McDaniel i attended the Young People's Ral- ly in Tonasket. Also attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. George Rabine and son Edwin, and the Misses Ruth Cmland, Lois and Lynn Runyon and Betsy Milner. REUNION HONORS CPL. DORIS SLADE BRIDGEPORT " Thursday evening at the Monroe cook- I house a family reunion was held i honoring .Corporea Dt,ris Slade of .the Marines, the date also being her birthday. Her grandmother, Mrs. J. W. Monroe, ter uncles and aurt, and their families were prent. Duingr the evening Leo Mullen of Everett show motion pic- tures of elatives on various oc- casions, t Corporal Siade left Friday for Seattle on htr way to Hawaii. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Slade accompanied her as far as ! Wenac1,e. .Enjoying the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mnroe, Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Monroe, Mr. an, Mrs. L. E. Monroe, Mr.. and Mrs. Ster- ling Monroe of Okanogan, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mullen of Everett and their familia Stork Shower Given " For Mrs Muriel Wick A stork shower was given for Muriel Wick by the T. SI (Tough Sittlation) Club last .Thursday afternoon at the home of Evelyn Washburn. Those present wer Muriel Wick, Naomi Johnson Mary Jane Rehn, Nora Brown, Rosella Dundas, Betty Armfield, Jean Moore and Evelyn Wash- burn. Several of .the girls.wea'e! unable to attend, i The next meeting of the T. S. i Club will be held at the Tele-i phone office, Tuesday evening! at 7:30. April 17th, with Mary i Jane Rehn as hostess. All service- men's wives are welcome. PHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO THE HERALD-REPORTF_R i WATER SOFTNERS i AVAILABLE J. J. YECKEL TONASKET, WASH: I LIGNOLITE Slmet plastic for counter tops, paneling, shower stalls, wainscoting, table tops and many other uses, We have this product in stock. No priority needed. G00BLE LUMBER CO. BREWSTER, WASH. PHONE OR LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR, CUT FLOWERS & POTTED PLANTS FUNERAL PIECES DECORATIVE NURSERY STOCKS VEGF_ffrABLE & FLOWERING PLANTS WITH H. 0. GROCERY BREWSTER, WASHINGTON OR PETE'S GROCERY PATEROS, WASHINGTON WHO ARE REPRESENTING WOODS :GP00[0000OUS[ Okanogan, Wash.  HEARING AID B allard Drug Store rHONE 191 OMAK aalHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lllllllllllllllHIIIilllln Iillllllllllllllllllllllm = ! BREWSTER _- i Thursday'. ........................................ .... 1:30 P.M. =_------ --_-------- Adults 35 cents Home Field -==--IIIIlIIIIlIIIItHIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIlIMIIIIII TELEPHONE YOUR LOCAL ITEMS TO NO. 37 'i..L OLD JUDGE SAYS... "When this war is all over, Judge, there will be some mighty interesting books written about it. Expect we'll learn a lot of things we didn't know before." "Yes, Fred, when the record is finally written we'll realize what a gigantic operation this war really was and how important to final victory many factors really were." "Take. for example, iust one industry. Few people realize the maportance .o.f. tbe great work done by the beverage msm.ers uring the war. A high government omcm catled it 'an almost unparalleled example o( the overnight conversion of an entire inctus- try from peace to war.' He also said not so many months ago, while speaking, a.boUts]na- thetic rubber, ' It is fair to regard - the rut)er manufactured to date as being almost solely the product of the beverage distilling indus: try.' That's the type of thing I have in mind ... the way great American industries at home cooperated to help our brave fighting men abroad." "I see what you mean, Judge. .a, com- plete history of American teamworz. TIds adtnmmt slom d by Om. fiwcmzs of A kolmlf Beeer ag l ndustd. I ,. B! pREPARF.D ! That Codling Moth Coming Again I INSECT/CIDE I I I1'! SAVE TIME! USE THE OKANOGAN VALLEY BUS LINES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE SERVICE Leave Chelan .......... 7:55 AM. Leave Pateros .......... 8:t8 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. 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