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.,II_ ]...L .... I flLlllll,I;lill IIILW. Jllll IIUIIIIIIIILII, .lu tu  .u i.. - _ PAGE 2 I THE HER00D-R000RTER L. A. GILLFPIE, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BREWSTER, WASH. Entered as second class matter at Brewster, Washington Notices of church entertainments where an admission fee is harg- ed, cards of thanks, resolutions Of condolence, or notices intended to promote private business of any kind, must be paid for at zegu- lar rates. PATEROS NEWS NOTES MRS. CHAS. MILLER , ,- , ............... Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burgett were Wenatchee visitors on Saturday. Halton Davi: o; Seattle is vis- iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson. ,Frank M:nice s ;dding on an addition and putting a new roof on his home. The Wo:dbury.* Lumber. Com- pany is improving their building her with a coat of paint. Mr. Bull k is building a new house on his property on Methow Avenue. Rev. Sparrow l:ft *for Spokane Monday. Percy BuLh;rdlsphinning to build a house on his lots across from the Laymanse residence. l $ S O " Mrs. Ke er, who has been quite ill for several days, is im- proving. ;; Vance and a h Lak, e are visiting in Pateros during Mr Lake's vacation. He will go into army soon. $ Mrs. Vic Holt ;etu*ned to Pa- teros several days ago and is vis- iting relatives after being on the coast for some time. The Ser- geant is stationed with our forces in the Pacific area. Doe Eve;tsbus was in SP0- kane last week-end attending the Episcopal Convention of the mis- sionary district o SpOkane. He accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bralr and Rev.' Gordon Lind, rector of St. James Church of Brewster. d,  B I" '" " Mr. and Mrs. D.F. Nickell hav cause for rejoicing again. They received a telegram from their son Jack this week saying that he is a fi-ee man again and well. Jack was very recently li- berated from a German pris0n camp by th Allies, who are over- whelming Germany. Mr. and lIrs: Hnr Lewis and sons, Bill, Bob and Bud, of Omak and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Prinke and daughter, Eda Mae, of Selah, were week-end guestsat the Geo. Ives 'home. Janna and Gay Prinke who have been spending several weeks with their grandparents; returned home with their parents. ,Mr. and lrs.* Eme; Herr have received word. that their Son, Clyde, has .been presented with the Purple Heart. " Cl':]de Was wounded with shrapnel in his chest, back, right arin and'leg in action in Germany. INCREASE IN PRICE OF FARM LAND Here are some highlights of intrest to agriculture from price administrator Chester Bowles' recent statement before the sen- ate banking and currency com- mittee in which he reported the record of price and rent control for th past two years. "Absence of control over he prices of real estate, urban and rural, is bringing about a boom in this field reminiscent of the lush twenties" "Farm land prices .rose 43 per- cent during the period March 19- 39 to November 1944. For the last year and, or/e half the increa- se has been at the annual rate of about 14"percent, and it is esti- rhated hat by the spring of this :ear "farm land prices will have increased by 50 percent since the spring of 1939, we have been ser- iously concerned with the certain effect inflationary movement in real estate upon the purchases by discharged veterans under the provisions of ,the so-called G. I. Bill. Mr. Bowles said that tht pro- blem was a matter of concern ,to a numbr of agencies, and that al though he did wish to be thought to speak for them, nor to express an opinion about whether or not OPA was the appropriate agency for control, he did urge the com- rnitVee to ggive its attention to the problem. * * * Turner Brown, Clyde Miller, Mis Marie Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Herr and Mr. and Mrs. George Ives attended the Bouska sale in Bridgeport Wednesday. .. ,NOTICE HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHING1ON CONTROL WIRE- WORMS IN GARDEN Wireworms in gardens can be controlled so that they will do very little damage through the ap plication of naphtalene flakes, ac- 'cording to Vernon Chapman, Ok- anogan County Agent. This mat- erial should be applied while the garden is being prepared in the spring. According to information just received from the wireworm ex- periment station at Wallla Walla, 300 pounds of crude naphthalene flakes applied and mixed with the top 9 inches of soil will kill a ma- jority of the worms which cause the damage to truck crops. It should be applied at the time the soil is plowed, and immediately discd to mix the naphtalene thr- oughout the entire soil layer. Planting should be delayed for about three weeks after the treat- ment is made. PHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO 37 HDRALD-REPO RTER HAZARDS OF FRUIT AND VEG. CROP Th price administrator be- 1/eves in the principle of" adjust-l ing maximum prices of fresh fruits and vegetables for. hazards. Howeer the "disaster clause" has been a source of frequent and serious increases exen in the good crop year of 1944. In a year of poor yields it could easily.have a major effect upon the cost of living Mr. Bowles called the com- mittee's attention to possible al- ternative solutions, for th pro- blem of providing adjustments for crop loss. H suggests "com- pensatory payments made exclu- sively to growers, on an insuran- ce basis, or otherwise." "This would", he saidj "constitute a far less costly and inflationary means of recognizing the hazards of fruit and egetable produc- tion." Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dicus and Pfc. Norbert Dicus and wife went to Tonasket on Wednesday to vis- it .the Everest Dicus family. Nor- bert and wife will soon return to Dugway Proving Grounds at Toole, Utah. PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL From Limited Supplies 15.00 10.00 8.50 Introducing Cold Waves 12-50 Machineless 8.00 Machineless 7.00 RAYMONDE & SHALEE de-ter-jal-ized waves, $12.50 and up. As new as tomorrow, lovely the day of the wave and every day for many carefree months O LUELLA'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 22 Brewster ONLY TH[ BEST SWEET CLOVER. ALFALFA. AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS FORD AGENCY WILL OPEN SOON Work will start the first of the week by Fred Word on improve- ments on the garage portion of the Caribou Theatre building. This building has been leased o "The Two Word Company" which will have a Ford Agency there and handl farm machinery. It is expected that the shop will be ready to open for business by the middle of June ELECTION OF P.-T. A. OFFICERS The .regular monthly meeting of the Brewsr, P:-T. A -will be held at 8 'PM Monday night, April 23rd, at the High School. This will be the election of of- ricers. PHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO THE HERALD:REPORTF- CERTIFIED S00D,POTATOES BARLEY, RYE, OATS AND FERTILIZER ALL KINDS OF DAIRY. HOG AND CHICKEN FEED Brewster Grange Supply Co., Inc. Brewster, Washington EVERYTHING A FARMER WANTS AND NEEDS IRMA'S BEAUTY SHOP WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY, MONDAY:AND TUESDAY, APRIL, 21, "23, AND 24th INCLUSIVE. Attending Hair Style Sho.w at Seattle Wn. / I [ i THE REAL THING and because -butter is the real thing,,everybody wants it. Butter is the first choice of all Americans Makers of fancy butter and Ice Cream OKANoGAN CREAMERY CO. OKANOGAN, TONASKET, OROVILLE, MOLSON, TWISP "AND WINTHROP Made for your enjoyment by the Yakinm Valley Brewing Company, Se.lal b Washington BODY WORK IS ALL 'GUARANTEED BOTH CAR & SIGN PAINT- ING UPHOLSTERING, FINISHING ,AND ALL KINDS OF GEN- ERAL BODY REPAIR WORK RADIATOR REPAIRING AND ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM CHECK;UP WORK SPRAY SEASON IS HERE See Us For-Your Spray' Requirements WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE THE BEST & MOST PROVEN BRANDS OF MATERIALS ALSO SPRAY HOSE, GUNS, BEAN SPRAYER REPAIR PARTS CHELAN BODY AND FENDER WORKS JACK BLAIR, PROP. II BREWsTER COOPERATIVE GROWERS INC. Call 19 Brewster APRIL 19, 1945 TELEPHONE YOUR LOCAL ITEMS TO NO. 37 _CARIBOU THEATRE Brewster, Washington LAST TIMES TONIGHT THURSDAY APRIL .9| KATHERINE HEPBURN AND CARY GRANT IN HOLIDAY PLUS THE FEATURE MY FRIEND FUCKA WITH RODDY McDOWELL AND PRESTON FOSTER FRI. SAT. APRIL 20-21 PAT O'BRIEN AND CAROLE LANDIS SECRET COMMAND ROY ROGERS AND DALE EVANS SAN FERNANDO VALLEY Plus Short Subjects And News i i , ,, ISUN. MaN. APR|L 22231 JEAN ARTHUR AID LEE BOWMAN "THE IMPATIENT YEARS THE ANDREWS SISTERS AND LEO CARILLO MOONLIGHT AND CACTUS Plus Cartoon And News [WED. THURS. APRIL 25-26 BETTY GRA1RLE AND GEORGE MONTGOMERY CONEY ISLAND BASIL RATHBONE AND NIGEL BRUCE PEARL OF DEATH l SLABWOOD AVAILABLE, i CALL 23 TO PLACE ORDERS We will deliver r you may haul iCi your truck but be sure and make arrangements at the office before you haul GAMBLE LUMBER CO. ...... BREWSTER, WASH. [ CLEAN-UP NOTICE 1945 By order of the Mayor and Council of the Town of Bridgeport, the week beginning April 23rd through April 28th, has been set as Clean-Up Week. All rubbish, debris and refuse to be put in suitable containers and placed so that it is easily and readily accessible for handling by the truck and workers. No garbage will be hauled. TOWN OF BRIDGEPORT Clyde A. Ham, Clerk ATTENTION HARDIE SPRAYER OWNERS WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR THE HARDIE PUMPS AND PARTS o. WE ARE PLEASED TO SERVE YOU PAT[ROS HARDWARE AND SUPPLY HOWARD FLEW ----PROP. PHONE 583  PATEROS