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APRIL 26, 1945 HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSIER, WASHINGTON PAGE 3 , . L , H GARDEN CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. GOEHRY The Garden Club met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Max Goehry. Guest speakers were Mrs. J..E. Dotan, of Ellisorde, who talked on Rose Culture, and ,Mrs. Guy Summers, of Tonasket, who spoke on hardy annuals. Both are members of  Tonaske Gax- den Club. The May meeting of te local club will be with Mrs. . A. Downing. ' LARGER PLANE FOR OKOMA LINE The Okoma Ai--ways, which op- erates a passenger air service be- tween Okanegan and Spokane, reports that a laxger plane is now being used. Ti, was found .ne- cessary to accept more passenger reservations. , ,, . , , -, METHOW NEWS NOTES MRS. MABEL COUNTRYMN Methow Huskies served potluck supper to their parents and one invited guest family to each mem- ber on April 6, about 50 people were served. The SUPlYer was bea- utilully served the work being done by the boys and girls and their leader. Then a short pro- gram was presented and tim 4H pledge given, assisted by their leader, Mrs. lergenholtz and Field Manager Chatmtan. The "flag salute and a song, America .lJhe Beautiful, closed a very itpressiv evening. The Huskies were invited by Mrs. Ludeman, the Pateros Grange Lecturer, to present .their pro- gram at Grange. The Henry Ludeman Family went to Farmer Sunday to attened the wedding Dinner of Mr.Lude- man's nephew, Warren Ludeman, and bride. Forty-two " guests present. The Methow Community Club met Wednesday e 18th at the home of Mrs. Harry Irwin. In- spection of her new home was in order. Miss Bush (home extension agent) met with tem aid dis- cussed Home Decoration and dis- played many items made of sacks of different kinds. It was dided that the club would sponsor both the BoyScuts -and the Camp Fire Girls, since te Methow P.-T. A. is dormant for he duration. Clean Up Day was set for Thursday afternoon to be follow- ed by a pot luck supper and climax ed with a rousing little program A" number to be iven by each club, exclusive of one another, ;tht Camp Fire Girls, the Boy Scotttts, the Huskies ( 4 H ), The Com- munity Club, The Quire and Others. It is hoped there will lye a 100 % tturnout. IL i WATER SOFTNERS AVAILABLE J..J. YECKEL TONASKET, WASH. ] SMITH FUNERAL HOME PEARNE SMITH Licensed- Funeral Director PHONE 421 , PATEROS "-3= Okanogan County Abstract Company WM. BAINES, Mgr. " Okanogan, Wash. Harold B. Stout, M.D.| MANSFIELD / / Pateros: Tuu. & PrL P.M i Evenings By Appointment i / C. 17. McKINLEY M,D, McKINLEY BUILDING Brewster, Wash. PATEROS NEWS NOTF00 MRS. CHAS. MILLER ' M.D. Armstrong, with other I Wnoka officers, will go East a- I ]bout Thursday on business. Taaey[ will visit Boston, New York, Chi-I cago and other important places. ] They expect .,to be away about a month. :, I tL, , ,, ,, ,, * i Seemn Blaine * W*agg is home Sam Wagg and family were via - itors in Okanogan and Omak last on a 3G" day leawe to visit his week. parents, Mr. and Mrs'- Sam Wagg . of Pateros. He has been serving Ted Borg,* Jf Pater, s, Was a for the past srveral years in the business visitor in Brewster Tues- South Pacific and has seen much day. I action. Georg e Wa&-'is*building a I Five --stctiy* Lcern houses home on Main Street adjoining will soon be built by Nick Renau the Jess Miller property, of Pateros on the property he re- * * cently purchad from Fteetice Word was eceived in Pateros Brownies, on Riverside. He has it last wek that Cpl. Charles Man-llevled off and has .widened tle icke is in a hospital recovering'street in front of the propry -a-- from pneumonia. I bout twenty fet, t. T. Clifto: Erl wa injured on ] Margaret* Mller Sand Elaine April 6th. He was with the 9th'Button shave  honor as their Army in Germany. His wif e re- i ....... ceivd word Monday that he s, class vmemcrnaas. recovering very niey. I Commencement ises will .... ;_ " ." ." ..... [be ,held on Thursday qevening, re;O: f:cooey is m. May 31st, at 8 o'clock, in the Pa- ew uays wormng on mstere s Gymnasium. The list of gra- randh. H expects to be on the lduates ae Margaret Miller, E' job at dhe Pateros Unit Thursday. lain Button, Marorie Fish, LiIly Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Olson, and Countryman, -Earl (tto Homer Mrs. Godfrey, sisters of Mrs. CJ. MeKown, John Jess and Danny Steiner, have been visitfng them Sapp. for sometime. They left for their " respective homes on Friday. PHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO THE * * HERALD-REPORTER W. S. C. S. will. meet with Mrs. I/ester Green on Thursday after- noon,April 26, instead of Wed. Those having cars also members will meet a the chtrch at 1:30. A Clinic'is L *b*held in May PERMANENT WAVE at the Psros Grade School. Any parents irteested in having their SPECIAL children vaccinated for small pox or immunized against diphtheria From Limited . ..uppGes are requedted to notify Supt. Ir- win "as soon as posible so that plans may be formulated. Prof. Irwi*n i ndg a survey find out how many .chlldn will be six years of age by Oct.- ber. The parents may s.i in this matter by getting survey blanks from the school office. Pa00ro, P" T'00'heh simeon of officers at &tdr meeting =on Wednesday evening, Mrs. John Neff for president Mrs. Chet Grid- en vice Pres. Mr Harry Asiaks secret% Mrs. Wm. Burg as treasurer. Te tae.hers prntmi a humorus play and the Glee Club " LUELLA'S BEAUTY SHOP . sang two Gypsy numbers in eo- Phone 22 Brewster .ture at the camp fire. Refresh- raents were served. _ " I 1 W II J SAVE TIME. NNOUNCEMENT OKANOGAN VALLEY A BUS LINES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE SERVICE Leave Chelu ......... 7:SS-A.M. WE HAVE PURCHASED THE Leave Pateros .......... S:SS M. B I L L I N G S L E Y C A F E Leave Brwder ........ S140 A.M. Leaw, Bridgeport .... I00 AM. Leave Mansfield .... S,Sl .M. And We Deeply Appreciate The t Arrive Spokane 1:15 P.M, Leave Spokane 5:15 P.M. Arrive Mans|ieid ...... 9:00 P.M. Arrive Bridfeport .... S:31 P.M. Arrive Brwst" ...... 980 P.M. Arve Patros ........ 10;02 P.M. Arrive Chela ........ I0:35 P.M. Fast Express Shipments Made Daily Connections At Patms For Methow Valley Remidemt, SHERIFF GETS . , TO BE TRIED IN ATTEND RECITAL HIS MAN  --Ma IcF:??RiAoof 0CORTi .... ! AT PATEROS Sheriff Art Michel, Deputy . , .  __ ., ". . _ , Friends and relatives of pupil sheriff, Lester Moss and. Proscu- tazen o pozane monaay o be .......... tried in Federal Court on a charge I ox nowaro wen WhO atenae me ting attarney John Hancock went. of selling flquor to Indians ]recital from Brewster last Thurs- to theBbling'er ranch at Metlhow, day evening were Mr. and Mrs. Monday morning, in response to a call that a man over there was threatening children and ating in a peculiar manner. Arriving there, they question- =d a man as to the whereaboufs of Thomas Erwin Turner, when another man 1imbed down from the roof of a small building he was apparently mendinT, drew a gun, and said he was Turner, and for them to get out. They did go as far as the car and got their guns. When they returned Turner had gone down over a slight rise in the ground, and taken refuge in an old mine haft, from where he began shooting. About ir shots were exchanged, when sheriff fired a shot pretty close to the fugitive,, and he said he was ready to surrender. He was brougat to the county jail, and is being held awaiting a doctor's ex- amination. Turner is a Canadian, about 4 years old, and has lived in a small shack on the Boring*l: place. Nei- ghbers say he has been acting p culiar for sometime. 15.00 Cold Waves 12.50 10.00 Machineless 8.00 8.50 Machineless 7.00 Introducing RAYMONDE & SHALEE de-terjai-ized waves, $12.50 and up. As new as tomorrow, lovely the day of the wave and every day for many carefree month, Excellent Patronage And Friendly Welcome We Have Received YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED BILLINGSLEY CAFE Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clopper- Proprietors Pateros MODERN AND THOROUGHLY SANITARY MADE OVER TO SELF SERVICE FOR EFFICIENCY AND YOUR CONVF_aNIENCE OUR FOODS Are Always Fresh - Our Stock Is Constantly Renewed - They Are On Our Shelves Only A Shot Time, For Our Turn-over is Rapid This Is Why We Can Give You Prices That Will Compete With Any Store In This Area - LOW OVERHEAI)AND FAST TURN OVER IS THE SAVING WE PASS ON TO YOU PETE'S GROCERY ISSUED MARRIAGE, LICENSE TUESDAY A marriage license was issued Tuesday to Raymond Allen, 29, of Oroville, and Fay Louise, 17, of Tonasket, with CaS. D. Smith, Tonasket, wit- nest. ASKS FOR DIVORCE Nwton P. Newbury has begun action for divorce from Ruby Alice Newbury. They have a ,thrce year old daughter, of whom plaintiff asks custody. SEEKS DIVORCE Maude L. Hart has begun ac- tion for divorce from Earnest V. Hart. The couple-were married in 1922 and have four children, all married but a 15 year old boy, of whom plaintiff asks custody. BODY WORK IS ALL GUARANTEED Chas. Emerson, Mr. and Mrs.-G.L. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Todd, Miss Ida Curry, Mrs. Henry West, Mrs. Mabel Smith, Mrs. Roy Run- yon, Mrs. Howard Guenther, Mrs. Fred Milner, Mrs. Emery Cran- dall, Mrs. H. Cramer, Mrs. Nell Churchill and Mrs. L. Harper. BOTH CAR & SIGN PAINT- ING UPHOLSTERING, FINISHING AND ALL KINDS OF GEN- EKAL BODY REPAIR WORK JUST RETURNED FROM AUSTRALIA Kenneth McPherson visited friends in Brewster last weekend. He recently returned from Aus tralia where he has been in charge RADIATOR REPAIRING ARD ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM CHECK-UP WORK CHELAN BODY AND FENDER WORKS. of heavy, conSta-tion equipment and has moved much of this equi- pment by sea-going tugs and bar- ges:to.New Guinia and other Uni- ted Staes South Pacific bases. Mr. MePherson stated that he is not sure whether he will return to e South Pacific or enter bus- iness in North Central Washing- ton. A FAVORITE AT HOME AND AT THE FOUNTAINS -- THAT'S MEADOWMOOR ICE CREAM YOUR DEALER HAS IT IN ALL FLAVORS MEADOWMOOR DAIRY OMAK, WASHINGTON Ballard Drug Store PHONE 191 OMAK -'to@ o- - txke qo v,,', oO P..,hel qttl o g" ..,o'ttt'VL., tO"-.tOt "-_..e to" 0 "! "t-- ere," . o"- - a vo. co-O _. W ' ' s,-, ask yo_,, eso V 07:,o, Women meded as telephone opwalms. Interesting - pleasant-- essential wink.  PACIFIC TELEPHONE ANI} TELEGRAPM COMPANY PATEROS .'riLl.. I'A'rlilO Oll THE OLD JUDGE SAYS... 2 ! "Judge. remember that place up in the moun- tains where we went trout fishing last year?" "I sure do, George. We had a },eat. time up there, didn't we?" "I'll never forget it. But this will fixterct you, Judge. I beard just yesterday that: "b revenue men raided a big still right :ear there. Gue tit.It's where all that high- priced moe, nahin we heard about has been coming from." "Wouldn't be a bit surprised. I saw in the paper the other day where the Government has raided thousands of such stills during the past year." "Sounds sc o[ reminiscent, doesn't it, Judge ?" "Exactly md it's not hard to figure out. As soon as the distillers stopped making whiskey and devoted their entire facilities to the production of industrial alcohol for the Government... the racketeers muscled in again." "I hate to think of how that.might have spread, Judge, if the Govemaesst hadn't found it possible, without interiering with our war effort in ay way, to permit a short resumption of legal whiskey produc- tion recently."