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PAGE 2 | ,. ! THE HERALD-REPORTER L. A. GILLESPIF=, Editor end Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BREWSTER, WASH. Entered as second class matter at Brewster, Washington Notices of church entertainments where an admission fee is charg- ed, cards of thankS, resolutions of condolence, or notices intended to promote private business of any kind, must be paid for at regu- lar rates. BRIDGEPORT MRS. CLARA WRIGHT Mrs. Gracia Peters spent last Wednesday in Spokane. * * da w Mayor J.P. rter "returned home from Omak hospital Monday evening. Mr. and Irs? J;ck" Oleson, of i FORMER BRIDGEPORT FOLKS MEET IN PORT TOWNSEND Two former Bridgeport school mates met recently in Port Town- send. Capt: Victor Smith, who is stationed at Fort Warden, was vi- sited by Erhest Marchand, an in- structor at Leiand Stanford Uni- versity, Pale" Alto. They enjoyed a visit with, Dr. arid 'Mrs. H. R. Seattle, are here visiting her me- Bankerd, ho were also residents .ther, Mrs. Win. Campbell, and l f Bridgeport at that time. other relatlv.es., * * [ Harry Liiy, *wlo ;S, employed Mrs. 'W. F. Cornehl and chil-bY the U..S. Engineers at: Seattle, dren spent the weekend with her|Visited.in Bridgepo.rt: la.st w,ek.. parents, Mr. and Mrs. George ars. Lflty accompamea mm on ms Koepp in Seattle. return to the coast.  Mrs. Ral;h IaJ0r:ux, of Seat- tle, was visiting at ,the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Troutman, last week. Mr. and Mrs. *Ha McAroy and Mrs. Luella Dowell and son spent the Fourth at the Ed Brandt home on Pearl hill. Mr and f C'h" Whburn and children went to Nespelem to visit at the Hey. C. A. Burris home Thursday. "o'" Due to lack f pace in last week's Herald-Reporter, ,the ac- count of the ,meeting of Bridge- port's Query Club with Mrs. J.G. Allen, of Pearl hill, could not be printed. The next meeting will be held at ,the home of Mrs. Stanley Shaw July 20th. Hey. J. E. Pyles left last week for West Frankfort, Illinois to vi- sit relatives and will attend a Me- thodist Church conference while he is away. Hey. Dorton Coates, o Pateros, occupied his pulpit last Sunday. On July 15th, Rev. Stew- art Sparrow, Pateros, will preach, and July 22nd; Rev. Archie Car- penter, of Okanogan. His wife and children are visit- ing relatives at Vancouveri Wash. while he is away. rh * $ * The Fou of July was cele- brated in various ways by'Bridge - port residents. A number went to Chelan, sonic up the Methow and a large number enjoyed a picn dinner on'the F: A. Ham" lawn. Phillip (T'onnie)------ Han ford and Tex Troutman left last week for Ft. Lewis for induction into the amy. They were accompanied to Waterville by Mr. and Mrs. Wade "Troutman and daughter, Mrs. Larnoreux, and Mrs. Hanford and son. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Roys and children spent Tuesday night on Lake Chelan and went on to En- itiat to spend the Fourth with re- latives. Douglas n, on'o Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F, Dixon Sprained his arm last week while he and his brother were wrestling. Dr. Mc- Kinley was called to take care Of it. q i SMITH FUNERAL HOME PEARNE SMITH Licensed" Funeral Director PHONE 421 PATEROSj Fora Good Lift Radiant Health Glowing Vitality " Hail our refreshing Buttermilk OKANOGAN CREAMERY C0, OKANOGAN, TONASKET, OROVILLE, MOLSON, TWlSP AND WINTHROP i ' How can a motor oil save gasofine? Much gasoline loss is caused by .gradual ring and cylinder wear. Gas mixtures thep "blow-by," compres- sion is reduced, performance gcts rough. RPM Motor Oil slows this wear 'way down--sticks tight on hot or cold metal surfaces, insures cold motors against extra starting wear, rotects critical hot spots on long runs. For more mileage, less wear--use Standard's I,Pi Me:or Oil. ./ Therriault & Darlington Wholesale Dealers .... Phone 282 PATROS, WASHINGTON' HERALD-REPORTER, RREWSTER, WASHINGTON III I PATEROS MRS. CHAS. MILLER : . "= - : Mrs. Topping is reported on the slek list. ., * $ $ C. W. Reneau is in the Sacred Heart Hospital in .Spoka!ae with a severe case of poison oak. Glorit R:ne:u as* accepted  a: position as assistant in the office of the processing plant,- m Marian Iezellem is spending  her Vacation with her mother and, family. ...... :. Ray Burgett wen,t ,;o Oregon to get his family who lattee  been vi- siting there with relatives. $ Mr Lloyd Dobson as his fath- er of Camas, Washington visiting him. ...... Fleetice Brownlee has accepted a position with the Harms Freight System on the Methow Valley fun. Mr. M. I)nz cme  from Seat: tie to visit relatives here. Mrs. Es- ther Mills accompanied hLni home where she will make an exended visit with her daughter and family . $ " , $ Mrs. Sam Hall and' daughter, Delores, left Saturday evening for Cedar Rapidsi Iowa. They expect to be away about six weeks. Her son, Leal, and Wife will take care of the h0.me in their absence.  TELEPHONE YOUR LOCAL ITEMS TO NO. 37 JULY 12, 4945 i ,,, DR. 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