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\\; MAY 17, 1945 i i HERALD-REPORTER, BRWSIeER, WASI'HNGTOR PAGE 3 STURDY VEGETABLE AND FLOWER PLANTS ARE NOW ON SALE IN YOUR TOWN BY OUR AGENT Place Your Orders For "'iUBS " CUT FLOWERS FUNHRAL PIECES WITH THE H. O. GROCERY -- BREWSTER PETE'S GROCERY -- PATFAROS CLARA WRIGHT -- BRIDGEPORT @ .... 00WOODS GREENHOUSE OKANOGAN BUY THAT EXTRA BOND NOW! BRIDGEPORT NEWS NOTES MRS. CLARA WRIGHT , , , , ,] , , , Paul Eyeraud and Verne Ward were guests at the R. C. Monro home Sunday. Mr. and -- --lrs.'E.'M.'Berg, of Se- attle, and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mc- Gilvrae, of Omak, visited at the A. O. Lamoreux ,home Sunday. Sunday gless a t]:e home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McLean inclu- ded Mr. andMrs. Floyd McLean s, nd daughter of Winthrop, Mrs. A. E. Ervin, Twisp, Mr. and Mrs. Era McLean and Mr. and Mrs. Moe Severins and children, who have recently returned from Ca- mas and will remain here. Miss Elda Folden, welfare visi- tor, spent Thurlay in Bridge- port. A. O. Lamoreu; s;ent MBnday in Okanegan having dental work taken care of, Mrs. CoiJ Bouriete spent sc- veral days in Spokane ,this week. Pfc Harold "Sezelem is home from Florida on a ten day fur- lough. He spent Sunday with Pa: teros and Twisp relatives. $ Mrs. Esth*er *Eyeraud of Brew- ster is visiting at the R. C. Mon- roe home. The Dougas'Couny-- ---- P.U.D. is establishing headquarters in the Cornehl building. Manager W. F. Dickson plans to move his family here from Winthrop in about two weeks, at wich time school will be out. We now have a stock of lamps for  home, flashlights and batteries -- --o-on+..l equipm NOW OPEN FROM1 P.! O - HARRIS ELEC BREWS1 PHONE 40 OR 40R Miss Tillie Bargquist, of Bo- thell, viSted a ,the Clms. Wash- ,burn home here the first of ,the week. Mrs. Earl'M2ck:y sent Sunday with her daughter, Janet, who is attending State College at lull - man, Washington. Cpl. Knut*e loland'has just re- turned from over two years ser- vice inthe European theatre of war and is visiting at ,the Herman Willms home. " *Lilly," Miss Esther of 0mak, spent Sunday at home here. Mrs. Elizabeth Brooks returned Tuesday from a visit to the ,home of her son, Lee Brooks, at Omak. t Ralph Lamoreux and Tom Han- ford were Spokane visitors Mon- day. Mrs. Ralph Lamoreux and daughter Linda, and Mrs. Ben Heimbigner spent Monday and Tuesday in Spokane. Mrs. Min:ie . Villms has been appointed acting postmistres at Bridgeport ,to fill the vacancy uused by r.he death of Mrs. Tol- s Livingston, who held the pos- on nine years. WATER SOFTNERS AVAILABLE J. J. YECKEL TONASKET, WASH. I I \\; BERLIN IS ONLY A WHISTLE STOP Yamh, that ns we jut pam00l, Seemed ]ke we'd never get there, didn't it? And now . that we made it, anybody feel like a stopover? Little celebration or something like that? Forget it, friend. This isa through train we're on. And before we get to where we're going, Berlin willseem like a whistle stop. A dot on themap, once removed. Tokyo% our destination. Half a world and billions of bucks away and one filing is sum! If you're going our way, you pay your own freight. That means you keep on buying more and more bonds until you've bought-every bond you can dig up the dough for. And then you buy another one! Remember, you might be making this trip the .hard way, From island to island. Through the jungle. In a B-29. In a submarine. So don't feel too sorry for yourself. Get that first extra bond today .... right now.., tl minute! KEEP ON BUYING BONDS TILL IT'S OVER, OVER THERE! WENATCHEE-BEEBE ORCHARD CO. B[00EWSTER. WN. PATEROS, WN. -- ,,,,' ', n , PATEROS NEWS NOTES MILS. CHAS. MILLER ' , ,, .a , ] Pfc Eddie Holbrook is in Ger- many with the 3rd Arm% Carolyn Mitel; isSin Wenat- chee finishing her beauty course. * 8 Merle Overturf, of San Fran- cisco, expects to be home on a vi- sit the first part of June. Sk Margaret Guil met at the home of Mrs. John Neff Friday evening. e . $ Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Overturf and Ronnie of Wenatchee spen Mother's Day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunbar. Captain lvn "Anderson has been transferred ,to the Air Trans port Ferry Command at Nashville, Tennessee. U qff Mrs. George Zahn, Mrs. Cartha Darlington and Mrs. 01af Olson attendel the Regional P.-T. A I meeting held in Wenatchee lagt Thursday. $ $ The Pateros Hi student body enjoyed a banquet Friday even- ing at the School Library room. Homer McKown was the toast- master. The enteLainment was a Kay Kiser program. Mr. and Irs? Jrne Laurie,C- ril, Ione and Paula, of Bremerton visited Pateros on Monday. They were dinner guests of the D.F. Nickell family. $ Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cooper re- ceived a cablegram on Monday from their son Pfc. Calvin from Germany. He stated that he was well and safe. He is with .the 1st Division o,f the 69th Army. m Made for your enjoyment by the Yakima Valley Brewing Company, Selah, Wlflngton GOOD RESULTS FROM TVA FERTILIZER Dairymen who .use TVA phos- p`hate .and nitrogen fertilizers are gtting good results, according to "Leonard Hegnauer, Etension a- gronomist, who recestly macle a survey of dairy farms of Western Washington ,that are coaperating in this TVA fertilizer program. The progm, Which is now in its fourth year, promises to have increasing importance mum a Used mainly on dairy and live- stock farms, these fertilizers ive larger yields and better quality clover and grass. Where ,the tes being carried out, the phosphate and nitrogen are used together on .the same farms. In the main, the phosphate is applied ,to- gether with stables manure or with green manure plowed down. PHS SENIORS HAVE DANCE The Senior Class of Pateros is having a dance this Saturday, May 19th. The size of the crowd had to be limited, so the affair was invi.ta- tionaL Mr. Arthur Dodd former EdLtor of the P ateros Reporter was in town on Monday re-newing old ac- quaintances. LeRoy E?me ,iniquist, Car- pentersmate, 3c, USNR, a former student of Pateres High School, has been transferred to the Mine- craft training certer of the At- lanc Fleet at LLttie Creek, Va. "*Go; Mr. and Mrs. rd n E'lls who were interned in Santo Toms p A- son in Manila, is to arrive in Se- attle this week. Mrs. Ells is a sis- ter of Mrs. Pauline Cooper, fo=- merly of Pateros. Mr. and lIrs? Hirod Haight o Spokane were here for te ,,. Mansfield funeral, Mr. HaigS: .c- turned on Sunday but Mrs. H:i; will remain with her sister for a few days. Mr. Earl *Mis went to Seatt!e for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Esther Mills spent Mohers Day with `her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Zopf. 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