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PAGE 2 I [IININ I1" I THE HERALD-REPORT L. A. GILLESPIE, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BREWSTER, WASH. Entered as second class matter at Brewster, Washington HERALD-REP0iTRR, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON I 11 1 [ I IIIFIF -'1I ........ ...... BRIDGEPORT MRS CLARA WRIGHT Miss innie Kennedy of Ton- asket, visited Mrs' Ail ce Green here this wjk., . t Mrs. Wal.ter Alexander and son Herbert spent Tuesday in Wenar.- I,chee having dental work done. Notices o church sntertainments where an admission fee is charg, ed, cards of than], reso!utions of condolence, or notices intended to promote private business of any kind, must be paid for at regu- lar rates. DON'T STOP FIGHTING NOW Brewster needs a large number of War Bond buyers in order to meet eir quota of $114,400 for "this Seventh War Bond Drive. The commun- ity has purchased only approximately $40,000 or 35 percent of it's quom It is easy to drift in'to the belief tha the war is practically over and that Japan will sue for peace in a few weeks. It is easy for us to give lit- tle thbught Co war unless our relatives are in the thick of the fight. However, if we ask our men and women serving in the Pacific they will ell us that the Jap is a tough fighter and our armies have barely scratched the defenses of Japan. Now ig the" time to help our Jooys and let th.e know that their home town, which has made an enviable record in six War Bond drives, is still backing them inthis Seventh War Bond Drive, STOP FOREST FIRES It is a starling fact that there were 1640 for- est fires in the State of Washington during the fire season of 1944. A new fire season is here, How many forest fires will we have this year? Will the number be greater or smaller than last year? It all depends upon you. The fire warden is trained to fght fire after it starts. You can fight fire before it starts. You are a fire warden every time you practlice care in the forest. Mrs. Luel]a )owel;has opened her beauty shop in the Livingston building bck of the post office. * * *Hen Mr. /nd Mrs. ry Mitchell are moving here from Winthrop. He is a lineman for the Douglas Co. P.U.D. Mr: and*M;s. *;E. Wilson of Brewster and Mrs. Phyllis Castro of Wenatchee were visiting Bridge port relatives Sundaay. Mrs. Green went to Twisp wth them. The W. S.*C. %. ,me: at the home of Mrs. Cleo Hicks Wednesday af ternoon and after ,the meeting honored the birthday of Mrs. W. H. Hiday. She received many re- membrances and cards. Ronald Iertsn'has rented the Bouska house on the highway in the east pat of town and will move his family here from Leav- enworth. He is with ,the Two-Word Company. Mr. and Mrs. livr Dezellem weat to Pullman the last of the week to bring their daughter, Kathryn, home from college. An- o,ther daughter, Shirley, who has been attending Holy Names A,ca, demy in Spokane, accompanied them. J. M. G. *Wilson, county emir- man of the war loan drive, an nounces a bond meeting with war pictures from the Pacific, will ,be held at the school gymnasium Monday, June l lth, at 8 P. M. O. R. Hopewell, of Waterville, will be the speaker. I Mrs. Chas. Washburn and Mrs. I Carl Monroe are spending a few I days in Spokane. I J oanne Monr%e* has returned 1 home from Okanogan where she attended high schgol te pastl year. Mrs. He;ry* Sornerger and Mrs. Luella Dowell made a busi- ness trip to Okanogan Wednes- day ..... Mr. and -- ----Mrs.*G.'V.'Houtain and daughter, Mrs..Win. Woods, spent a few hours Tuesday in Wenat'- chee with their son wo aad a few hours leave from his naval base. Mrs. James d:ms; of Pateros, is assisting Mgr. W. F. Dixon att the PUD office. She is a sister of Mrs. Dixon's and her husband is overseas. Luther Albott, whocame to Bridgepor, t three weeks ago from Antlers, Okla., to work in the or- chards, wd'taken ,to Waterville Monday for a medical and mental checkup. His wife and two ehib dren came west with him. Cpl. Dori: S;ade: :f the Mat- ines called her parents on the phone the las of the week prior to leaving for the S. W. Pacific. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Slade and has been stationed in Virginia for some time. I $ * Mr. and Mrs. loscoe Hopp of Seattle are visiting at the home of relatives at Bridgeport and Pater os. They were married in Seattle June 1st. Mr. Hopp is employed at h e port of embarkation and Mrs. Hopp is employed at the Seattle Post Office. She was the former Mrs. Ruth Clark and has two sons in the service. Mr. Happ has a two week vacation and Mrs. Hopp a month ,when both will return to their respective positions. Mr. Hopp is a son of T. P. Hopp, pion- eer of Bridgeport. . ....... * .o .... ..... o. i A FAVOR,T00 AT.OM00 A.D AT j FOUNTAINS -- THAT'S j MEADOWMOOR ICE CREAM i YOUR DEALER HAS IT IN ALL FLAVORS i MEADOWMOOR DMRY i I iwsH: INGTN .:. __: =.: ::.::.:: We now have a stock of lamps for the home, flashlights and batteries and other electrical equipment NOW OPEN FROM 1 P.M. TO 4 P.M. DAILY "SHOULD IEDUCE EMPLOYEES During the past five years there has been no increase in the number of persons employed by states, counties, cities, towns and villages, but civilian employees of the federal government have increased frorr 911,000 to 3,257,000 as of March, 1944. On that dae there were more peo- ple working for the federal government than were working for all forty-eight states and the thousands of co.unties, cities, towr and villages. 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