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'- H " IllLllql]]-U1,1 II l] JA l, L,i I ....... MAY 3, 1945 IL HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTEI WASHINGTON 1 A Mothers Tea and program ' ' ' ' was given at the Pateros Gymna PATEROS slum Wednesday afternoon, spon- sored by the High School pupils, t NEWS NfiTF. The Girls Club put on a fashion [  ' A ,,v A a...,, show displaying costumes from] MRS. CHAS. MILLER the year 1780. to 1945. A double [ ' ....... " ' quintette sang several songs. Tea I Mr. and Mrs. Dorton Coats el- was served to forty. I sitl at the Steiner home over Mr. and lIrs? W%. Yandall of/the weekend: Mr. Coats has return Clarkston, Wash., came to Pater-led to Spokane, but Opal willlre- os Friday to visit with his mcher, [ main with her parents for awhile Mrs. Mary Yandall, who has been  to recuperate from a recent ill- ill for sometime. !ness. Just one of thcuands of war-making items paid for by War Bonds, this 46,400-pound b_mat em00_llumy ia m00tmaie00tlmbmal00 t, J.p00n. II Jr"@ MADh IM II S. Deep in the water with her cargo of food for American fighting men in the South Pacific, an Army transport awaits orders to dock. Months of service have so impressed Sergeant Harvey C. Stiefel with the war-making might of his country, that he sits on deck writing of it to his wife, a Great Northern Railway employe. "Daily we see these words, yet not once a year do we stop to analyze what they mean--'Made in the United States of America,' "began Sergeant Stiefd. "The simplest of English sentences, yet it stands for the pride of a great nation." Ships--"the harbor is stippled with ships. It is as ifagiant hand had stamped across the harbor in a large neon sign MADE IN U.$,A." Planes--"Thel air-minded GI differs bn the type of plane, but need never wonder what country it came from. Whether it is marked with the banded star or any other symbol, it still sings MADE IM O.$.A." Bulldozers... trucks.., tanks,., food.., massive guns.., small arms... shells.., bullets... "Why do I write? Why am I proud? The wheels Of war have rumbled across America, the people have, awakened, and America" has produced. Her sons, her products and her accomplishnmnts have covered the face of the earth ! "You workers at home stamp MADE IM U.S.A. on your products and we over here .read it and know that it means a superior, product. "In the states a three-word phrase is emblazoned for the eyes to read-- BUY WAR BONDS I Its sequel is a three-word phrase stamped on the world map. It covers the land, the sea and is indcliblywritten in the sky. Made in the United States of America MADE IN U.S.A." ' .,. MADE IN U.S.A. is stamped on another superior American product--the War Bond. Behind it, too, is thcpride and honor of the great nation whose accom- plishments in war stirred a'n Army. sergcantto eloquence. Before the Seventh War Loan is launched on May 14, it is not impossible that Nazi Germany will have been completely defeated. On that prayed-for day of Victory in Europe the fuU power of American might will swing to the Pacific. Landing the knockout punch on-Japan will not be at bargain prices l It will cost more precious blood, more millions of fighting dollars. Between May 14 and June 30 your Government will ask you to take your Seventh Step to Victory by lending, not giving, more of your money to the greatest cause in your country's history the fight to stamp MADE [H U.S.A. on the document of World Peace. i i - i- , , , ,- ,, . Th'e Pastor and. Members of Tht Kings Dgughtrs will meet the Pateros Methodist Church on 2hursday evening, .May 3rd,: ........ I at the .home of Edith.Pickney, wish go anz any ana ml persons ........ .- . . , , - - I vm mrs. T xt org aSSlSh WhO so gen'eroumy aonated their]hostess time and financial assistance in[ * : . . Stewart Sparrow vent to Wen- ge,tmg the cement walk lind m t at-- t atten" Daft Vaca c, nee o a a y - front of the churdh and parson- I tie n Bible School Conference, and age property. [.to attend to business matters, William McAlvey is on the sick I he American Legion and Aux- list this week. l itiary met last Thursday evening * * - ^ ]athe Roy Jssupbme Mr. Wolf was taken to the u-' , . . " mak Hospital for injuries to'his Gloria Reneau has returned leg. from Tacoma, where she visited the Win. Malott family for the past three weeks. Dec Eve00b;sc00---- g ha00ng residenc e and Drug Store insul- ated with rock wool. Jack Bur*ge; and *Craig Arm- a.rong have been. accepted fo'r the Army and are awaiting their call. Ray RaCy---- let *for Kansas City Sunday. Mr and Ir: AS. H . Irwin, M,. and Mrs. Lee Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vickre spent Sunday at Coulee Dam. Mrs. Andrew Anderson left Sunday to vist relatives in Grand Coule. Eight members of*the Pateros Junior Womens Club attended the: first meeting of the N. C. Dist;fict of Federatl Clubs, held in Wen- atchee. Mrs. Betty Ricketts was named district secretary. Alice Anderson was ppointe to a commiM'ee to choose a motto for the club. Those attending were Betty Ricketts, Peggy Plew, R>- ma Tukey, Gertrude Laupp, Ruth PAGE 3 War Bonds purehaseci by payroll cdlotment by kq,o00 Great Northern employee are eredlted to their home eommunties through .the redercd Reserve Banks. 5.REAT NORT.HERH RAILWAY METHOW :- BRIDGEPORT NEWS NOTES ,NEWSNOTES MRS MABEL COUNTRYMAn I M S,-(ARA WRIGHT The Methow Community !Hall 1  Mrs. Tom, Hanford and Mrs:  nares 4enns ox rIgpor blossomed out wth shrubs and -- . .... .. ' .  lwere m wser monaay on DUS- Zlowers on wlean-up ay. tre .^, t IIL. weeds and trash vere hauled way i .... * . * by the Ludeman children A fine The followin visitors f m g re supper was partaken of and an al- Mansfield attended the regular most spontaneous program was meeting of Pnritan Chapter, Or- heartily enjoyed. Each Methow club, the school and individuals participated in Clean-up Day at Methow last Thursday. Mrs. Kylean Iill Vagg enter- tained t Wagg family last ;un- day in honor of Blaine Wagg, who is home on leave. " The Goodells,- - H.R. CountT- manN, Mrs. Lucille Countryman and children, also another dauhffi ter, Mrs. Pauls'en and grandson, Chuck, gathered at the Lilly hOme Saturday evening. A chicken din- net and cards were the evening's entertainment. The Harold Snedaker family have mowed from the Averill Or- chard. The house they vaeated:fhe Ashby buil!ing, formerly oe- will be occupied by Jim Compton. i.cupied by the bakery. Mr. Wash- " * * bu ; ......... [ rn has also purchas the stock Tne lana conservauon eIL=Cln ' off,he ift ' " ..... I g snop zrom Mrs J W held in Methow, Saturoay, netlR,,_..  " " " 34 for and none against, i . , . .* . .. i- , I Chas. Gooeh has returned from here will be speciat vor, ner s, ...... . , a trip ote Coast, and is prepar- Day Services at the lueunow in to " " ..... g return to Olympia for the Church Sunday, ivlay va. sdmmer. " " ds 00e;o J. F. Da of t whas been * T. P. Hopp has returned fro in the Omak Hospital with a bad a visit at the St. Clair home at case of the flu but is improving Pateros. Martin, Ethel Burgett, Carolyn and able to be out. Mitchell and Alice Anderson. * * * * i M r fired Mrs. Bruce Ptemons of Ernest Shenyr, of the U. S. SeaWJe arrived Tuesday to visit Navy, who is home on leave will several day at the Sam Morris return to his base in San Diego I and Wae lemons home. They Thursday. ]are former Brewster residtns. A GIFT FOB MOTHEB -MAY 13- IF IT'S RIGHT FOR THE HOME IT'S RIGHT FOR MOTHER der of Eastern Star, Tuesday ev- ening: Mrs. Reuben Matthiesen, Mrs. Chris Chrisnsen, Mrs. Start Icy Holcomb, Mrs. Elizabeth Pl- ills, Mrs. Fred Ward, Mrs. Dell Glessner and Mrs. H. Jaynes. Mrs. wL ;00sgu00n her father, M. Nordby, to Wentchee for medical attention Tuesday and left him at a hospital for a few days. Mrs. Jane BoRon and son James of Spokane, returned home after a short visit withher daughter, Mrs. Stanley Shaw. Mrs. Shaw vent to Spokane with them for a few days. @ Chas. Washburn has purchased Mrs. WillrdGross * and daugh- ter Carolyn, of Mansfield, vere Bridgeport visitors Tuesday Henry S:rnCerg*er ms rsigned as water superintendent and ac- erupted a position with Walter Cornehl. Chas. Hammons has r- placed him in the water depart- meat. Walr Cornehl and Henry Sornberger were Wenatchee visit- ors Wclnesday. The Junior Womens Club are responsible for a lending library which opened March 31st at the Pateros Hardware and Supply. The library will be open Wednes- [ day and Saturday afternooas [ fret0 4 to 6 P. M. I r No gift will be more appreciated by MOTHER tlhan something for e home. Our business is home furnishing and yon will be pleasant- ly sllrprised" to find that ve have a large .stock of merch- andise from vhich you may select your MOTHER'S DAY GIFT for he ome. PICTURES MIRRORS DISHES VASES BLANKETS BED SPREADS EASY CHAIRS LIVING ROOM SETS A Bigger 7th War Loan -- Buy Bonds CHF.I.AN FURNITURE CO. CHELAN, WASH. 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 BREWsTER COOPERATIVE GROWERS INC. Call 19 Brewster SMITH FUNERAL HOME PE SMITH Licensed Funeral Director PHONE 421 PATEROS Okanogan County ] Abstract Company WM. BAINE$, Mgr. 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