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June 28, 1945     Quad City Herald
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June 28, 1945

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PAOE Z THE HERALD-REPORTER L. A. GILLE6PIE, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT B REWSTER, WASH. Entered as second class matter at Brewster, Washington Notices of church entertainments where an admission fee is charg- ] , . ed, cards of thankS, reso.utmns of condolence, or notices intended to promote private business of any kind, must be paid for at regu- lar rates. We Have In Stock ZONOUTE INSULATION FIREPROOF AND VERMINPROOF Easy to Insulate Sidewalls or Ceilings GAMBLE LUMBER CO. BREWSTER, WASH. I For a Good Lift Radiant Health Glowing Vitality Hail our refreshing Buermilk OKANOGAN CREAMERY CO. OKANOGAN, TONASKET, OROVILLi MOLSON, TWISP ANI) WINTHROP iBuytng I Cherries i At Brews.ter FOR BARRELLING AND CANNING FOR INFORMATION AS TO PRICES AND RECEIVING POINT CONTACT A. R. VERNON AT THE MAXVgFL SERVICE STATION IN BREWSTER'-ALSO CALL THERE FOR PICKING LUGS HEWES BROKERAGE Wentchee How to "wipe out" insects quickly ...... Stanclard ly Spray is sure death to tileS, fleas, mosquitoes, mot's, an, many other insects. It kills on contactin a j:',y ! Safe to use. Standard Fly Spray won'tharm humans, won't stain wallpaper or fabrics, when me according to d:recdons. Get some today--for heahh.protcction! Therriault & Darlington Wholesale Dealers Phone 232 PATEROS, WASHING'TON HERALD.REPORTER, BRRSTER, WASHINGTON I JUNE 28, 1945 I PATEROS MRS. CHAS. MILLER Last Monday eyening the Pa- t.eros Ioy Scouts entertained .the Camp Fire Girls to a skating par- ty at the Legion Hall and refresh- ments of ice cream and cookies. About thirty were present. Mr. and MT;. ]lAr Herr, of Pateros, have received .the Purple Heart awarded their son, Clyde, for wounds received in German. Clyde is getting, along nicely and is able to be on duty again. D Rev. Stewart Sparrow returned Monday from .the Methodist con- ference in Yakima, and will serve Pateros and Methow churches for the coming year. Mr. and *M;s. k. *M. Axelson and children, of Bremerton, -are spending their vacation at the parental home of C. J. Steiner. Mr. and lIrs? C J. Steiner and Mr. and Mrs. Dorton Coats spent Sunday with Leonard Steiner Family in Wenatchee. Mr." and Mrs. howarl Plew have as house guests Mrs. Plew's par- ents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Willburn of Los Angeles. They arrived on Saturday. Mr. and *Mrs. L /v._ Thomson and family of Twisp has rented the Arnold home. Mrs. Thomson will assist at the Bus Depot cook- ing for Olsons, Mr. Thomson is at the warehouse. The Gran BnCer *family from Olympia has been visiting at the Nick Reneau home for the past week. Gloria Reneau has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hal Orvis at Malott. PATEROS PIE SOCIAL GRAND SUCCESS The pie social given on Satur- day evening by the Kings Daugh- ters was a grand success both fi- nancially and socially. An interesting program u.nder the direction of Mrs. Roma Tukey was presented. Two numbers by the Pateros School Orchestra, two numbers by a girl's quartet, two vocal solos by Helen Brownlee, a violin solo by Mrs. Severson, a mandolin solo by Mrs. J. Godfrey made up .the evenings entertain- ment. Colored lights made the park very attractive for the small tables arranged here and there. Mrs. Esther Mills is enjoying a visit from Miss Gtce Norton of Seattle, Mrs. [ills and Mis Nor- ton were school days churns. Mrs ----forohy" uter and Dianne left on hursday for bea- tle. They will return in August. Mr, and ---M Dortn Coats o Spokane are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Steiner. They expect to sta all summer.. Lt. Charles Mansfield and wife Lre visiting home folks enroute to Mason General Hospital in Brent wood L. I. for three months where he will receive special training in neuropsychiatry. Later he will go to Carlisle, Pennsylvania. His brother,,Richard, from Cal- ifornia, is also here visiting his mother. Mrs Harry-- ;,sla'on enteain ed members of the Junior Women Club in her new home on Thurs- day afternoon, the occasion was a silver .tea about twenty ladies were present. On Friday evening Mrs. Aslak- sons Sunday School Class enjoyed a pot luck supper at her home. They made plans for more social meetings during, the summer months. ".Mrs. Iucie Ear wnt to Camp Lewis Tuesday to visit with her husband's brother and wife, who were passing through our state. Mrs. Ome; LlaL has as her house guest this week, her bro- ther, Staff S.g. Lloyd Anderson. He was a Jap prisoner but is now living at Everett. Mrs. Aslaksao's two nieces an nephew, Lorralne, B:eVerl  an Jr. Nelson have also een here a few days. i' C.R. McKINLEY  M.D. McKINLEY BUILDING Brewster, Wash. ' I We now have a stock of lamps for the home, flashlights and batteries and other electrical equipment NO; OPEN FROM 1; SH ARRIS ELECTRIC 0P PHONE 40 OR 40R W. R. HARRIS BREWSTER Sprl, ng Construction Davenport and Chair Se',s Occasional Chairs... J Swing Rockers... UPHOLSTERED IN MOHAIR VELQUR TAPESTRY CHOICE OF COLORS New shiprfients have arrived recent4y. Look them over while there is a good choice in style and color. CHELAN FURNITURE CO. "Quality Furniture for Pleasant Living" Lon G. Greer Edna G. Greet Phone II2-W CHELAN, WASH. ICE CREAM & PIE SOCIAL The Rebekah Lodge No. 265, of Pateros, is giving an Ice Cream and Pie Social Saturday evening, July 7th, at the City Park, start- ing at 7:30. P.M. Everyone is .in- vited. The Service Star Ladies had their regular meeting last Tues- day, with Mrs. Clyde Miller as hostess. I The folloving places "of busi- ness in Pateros look more attrac- tive because of a new coat of paint: Hall's Radio Shop, Pateros Hotel, Farmers Exchange, Wood- bury Lumber Company and the Church of Christ. Many residences have also been painted. * e Frances Miller has accepted a position in Spokane as jurdor vi- sitor in the social welfare depart- ment. Made for your enjoyment by the Yaklma Valley Brewing Company, Selah, Washington RITES FOR ROY HOLT [ DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT OKANOGAN-uneral services The Pateros American Legion were held Monday at the Episco- Post is giving a dance this Satur- pal Church for Roy Holt, 24, who was killed Friday when his plane day evening, June 30th, at the nose-dived into the ground, near Legion Hall in Pateros. The Eer- the airport, just across the river green O'chestra will furnish the from Okanogan. music. Everyone is invited. The Rev. Gordon Lind conduc- ted the services. Burial was in Win. Schroeder made a business Okanoma cemetery, trip to Seattle last week.. Brewster, Washington LAST TIMES TONIGHT THURSDAY JUNE 28 MARRIAGE IS PRIVATE AFFAIR. LANA TU NER AND JOHN ODIAK " I THE FALCON IN HOLLYWOOD'  TO. ;n700=7 00ORO I FRI.- SAT. 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