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,111 .... [ .[_ _= .[jUI[tl]ilIIU,NI, II! III[IJlNIIIIINNIIIIIIBNItlI[.I,:|.., IJtJJlJaum HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON MAY 10, 1945 PAGE 2 '- THE HEP00LD-REPORTER L A. GILLLE, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BREWSTER, WASH. Ented as second class matter at Brewster, Washington Notices of.church entert=tinments where an admission .fee is charg- ed, cards of thanks, i.eao!utions of condolence, or notxces intended to promote privafe business of any kind, must be paid for at regu- lar rates. i J KEF_.P IT OUT OF POLITICS There hasn't been anything that has aroused the sportsmefl of the state as the effort that Gov- ernor Wallgren has rade to place the State Game Department into politics. In fact this is the first time in twelve years that the sportsmen have been thoroughly aroused to a fighting pitch. This was indicated by the organization or re- organization of every game club in the county. Each major town in the county now has a ga.me club and the members are practically solid again- st giving Governor Wallgren the right to dismiss and appoint game commissioners at will. The referendunv to put the issue on the ballot is being circulated and indications are that more than double the number needed will sign. The sportsmen, in general were quite satisfied in the state with the State Game Department and conditions affecting game and fish. The result is that the number of active game clubs had depre- ciated considerably until tile recent move by Go- vernor Wallgr.en to place the Game Department under his political 'control. Now the sportsmen are aroused in opposition to the -political move. The sportsmen say, and we lelieve they are right, "Keep the State Game Department out of politics". HAS STOPPED INFLATION We all feel that the OPA has notbeen perfect. In fact. it has m_de many mistakes, but it's value cannot be valued in dollars and cents. The OPA or a comparable organization was absolutely essential to save us from haVing a disastrous imflationary period that would"have wrecked our war and home, economy alike. Naturally things must be don which adverse- ly affects every family. It makes many people unhappy but there was the necessity to set up an organization to distribute our consumable prodcts equitably to keep prices reasonable and the OPA has done a fairly'good job of it. Even .with: the German War closed vee will continue to have shortages. They may increase temporarily but we must accept ,the situation and make the best of it. PossiSlyt]iCstrongest link in the ,entire OPA set-up isthe yolunteer labor and ration boards that have :served without any salary and with little praise: :These men and women have done a lot of work:and have been honest and con- scientidUs in. perfog their duties. '::" THE. PROCESSING PLANT It-is indeed encouraging,to ,ee the expansion that the Brewster Pateros Processors, Inc., plant at Pateros is planning for the future. This plantwas constructed prinarily to dehydrate cull appies butit is readily adaptable, to the processing of other fruit and vegetables. Theofficers of the organization are business men who  !o not-want to keep a: $225,000 plant idle for'.nine months after it completes it's de ..... hydration, of apples. Consequently these men  havemade arrangements to have'a large quan- tity of peas frozen at the plant and it is expected that several hundred thousand boxes of pears will be dehydrated there this year. The officials of the plant came close to work- ing out a potato dehydration plan last year for this spring, to follow the apple run, but it did: : not materialize. However, it is thought by many that the Pateros plant will be dehydrating potatoes next spring. We have progressive men in charge of the Brewster-Pateros Processors, Inc., and we feel they will keep the plant operating to capacity and as long a period of time each year as practical. n n SMITH FUNERAL HOME PEARNE SMITH Licensed Funeral" Director PHONE 421 PATEROS Okanogan County Abstract Company WM. BAINES, Msr. Okanogan, Wuh. m Harold B Stout, MD. MANSFIELD Pateros: TUG'. & FrL ,M .'-::_,, "Evenings By Appointment t .... , f C R McKINLEY M.D. McKINLEY BUILDING Brewster, Wash. PATEROS NEWS NOTES MRS. CHAS. MILLEI Mr. and Mrs. E. Morris spent' Capt. and Mrs. Tutt2e. of Seat a few days last week in Wenat- tle, and Mrs. Hunter of Lakeside, chee. were visiting Mrs, Win. Dicus and .Mr. and Irs*. Iarold Snedaker Mrs. Mary Yandall this weel are moving ,to Flagstaff, Azona. Howard .llew ad "Earl Morris Mr. and Mrs. Voley Pasleywer Wenatchee business visi.ors 'spent M6nday at te home of Mr.4 Wednesday. ...... and Mrs. Win. Dicus i Pateros. Mrs. Fleetice Bi'ownle'e return- led from Seattle Sunday, where I she spent the winter. - *. * * $ " f Mr. and Lowefl Brownlee Mrs. of Seattle .came ,to Pan, eros to at- tend the wedcting of her sister Lois and are visiting relatives. F. J. Sintt has gone to Seattle for medical care. Mr. and llrs? Jn*BUrgess are the proud parents of a baby boy born .at Eae Omak hospital. Mrs Ge;e ':.o;key and son ve "eturnbd from Olympia where they hae been visiting re- latives. The Pateros Junior Club will meet on Thursday evening, May 10th, with Ethel Burgett and Alice Anderson as hostess'es. On Saturday afternoon, May 12th, they will sponsor a Mather's Day Tea at the Club House. Wheelsm:n e; R*eneau cam'e home Sunday from the, Phillj- pinnes. He expects to be home abou three weeks. The Patros *Hoizo*n Club cele- brated their first birthday Mon- day, May 7th. They entertained the newly formed Club of Brew- str. During the past year they have lost four ,members but gained six. Tihe club is progressing and al- though they regret losing their advisor, :Miss Schell. when school_ is out, they xpect .to continue their work with a new advisor. II II WE HAVE O ROOFING SPRAY HOSE All kinds ot FEED i}R[WST[R 0RAN0[ SUPPLY C0. INCORPORATED BREWSTER, WASHINGTON II * * $ $ 'Cpl. Leland Bagle has been home on furlough with his pa entz, Mr. add Mrs. Bert Beag'e. He has ben stationed at .Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Tie left Wed- nsday for Nebraska, and expects to go overseas soon. His moter accompanied him as far as Seat- tl. I WATER SOFTNERS AVAILABLE J, J. XEKEL .. "TONASKET, WASH. W.. C. iSpars has returned fromthe Coast whre he was set- tling his ;iffairs preparatory to alOng:, possession :of the orchard tract recently purchased from Don Widel. Mrs., E:m. a Widel, whose home this was, has secured rooms Ln the Emerson house. Word: am..* last *Tt.sdaF to Leonard. Sparks of the death of I Norman Gibson, . of Anac0rtes, [ husband of the 'former iaye I Sparks. 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