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PAGE 4 1 i immi " LEAVES FOR DUTY Kathleen Mary Por, of Pateros who enlisted recently in the W,kves has been called to active duty, and ordered to_report to the Naval Training School, New York City, on August 9, 1945. i II i PICNIC AT ALTA LAKE A very pleasant evening was enjoyed On Thursday at Alta I_Lake when Rev. and Mrs. Coats Sunday School Class held a picni . They enjoyed the new rowboat recently completed by Rev. Coats. I CRE0-DIP CEDAR SHINGLE SIDING WHITE  GRAY  BROWN See this Siding at Todd Duplex houses GAMBLE LUIBERrC0," BREWSTER, WASH. ! ,, AT HO,,,"- .',,',D ',T i ,.; MEADOWMOOR ICE CREAM YOUR DEALER HAS IT IN ALL FLAVORS .. MEADOWMOOR DAIRY W CARNIVAL Sat. Aug. l I PAI EROS L[GION BALL Sponsored by American Legion and 'Ladies Auxiliary BINGO ICE CREAM HAMBURGERS COFFEE O DANCE ..... ., . . Music By EVERGREEN ORCHESTRA r t CARIBOIJ 63TH,EATR[ LAST TIMES TONIGHT THURSDAY AUGUST 2 O I THE SEVENTH CR SS SPENCER "TRACY AND SIGNE FIASSO PLUS TttE FEATURE NIGHTS DAVE, 0'BRIEN AND. JINX FALKENBERG- FRI.: SAT. AUGUST 3& 4 .. ... B00BARY COAST GENT WALLACE BEFaRY AND BINNIE BARNES Plus Short Subject q p SUN,, MON. AUGUST 5 & 6 FORWHOM THE BElL TOLLS GARY COOPER AND INGRID BERGMAN t: . Plus Cartoon And News ]WED.: THURS. AUGUST 8 & 9 | TOGETHER AGAIN PLUS THE FEATURE IRENE DUNNE AND CHARLES BUYER SHADOWS IN THE NIGHT WARNER BAXTER AND NINA FOCH Plus Short Subject HERALD-RRPORTRI, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON I I It I rl AeOUT.T.F0000 STATE Guy LaFollelte  Life Among Real Folks of Washington - A Cross Section of American Homes Seattle, August 1 - To know that Washington is the best state in the nation and that its people are true Americans one should read the newspapers that are published in the towns and cities of the state. Our preference is for those papers that are taken home and read from front to back by all members of the family, the hired help and the neighbors from the date of publi,catibn until the next week. We refer to the weekly newspapers. Here is true life. Re- cordings of the boys and girls in the services, the marriages, births and deaths, comings and goings of the people known to most of the readers. We never tire of these visits with the home folks by reading hese newspapers It is a part of our job and our pleas- ure. So this week we have edited a few of the items that interest us the most and here they are for your consideration. His Star Has Turned to Gold - A Tribute to Lieut. Emert Written by his dad, pu,blisher Frank S. Emert of the Omak Chronicle on the occasion of the notice of the loss of the son, a fly- er in Uncle Sam's army, appeared on the front page of the Chronicle July 19, too long to admit reprint ing here but one of those human documents that every father who has suffered such a loss would like to issue if h had the ability and the conveyance for such a mes- sage - and it is a piece of writing that would compare favorably in any company - a real straight from the heart message. Fire, Water and Weather was news last week in many papers - Castle Rock Advocate tells of clo- sure of part of Columbia Nation- al Forest because of the fire haz- ard - all persons entering the for- est must have a permit and spe- cial equipment- Marysville Globe says that sprinkling rules are to be enforced there because of threatened shortage of water Puyallup Press has a story to the same effect sying that users must sprinkle on alternate days only- Colfax Gazette-Commoner says city council will pass an or- dinance creating a city amuse- ANoTHEll ENEMY TO CONQUER Okanogan County Abstract Company WM. BAINES, Mgr. Okanogan, Wash. Made for your enjoyment by the Yakima VMley Brewing Company, Sel=h, Washington ment tax -. which is proposed at the rate of five percent - and will create no parking zones in the city too. Crops and Harvest Made Top News Also - Okanogan Indepen- dent estimates wheat crop will be an all time record high - apple will be below average- Harring- ton Citizen reports harvest well started and cooler weather in the eastern-central part of the state - Tekoa Sentinel says that unfavor- able weather has injured crops in north Whitman County - peas will suffer a shrink of one-thir to a half is county agent's estinate - wheat will average twenty-seven bushels per acre he thinks- a yield for the county of eleven and a qtXarter 1million bushels, off'a million bushels from last year - Moses Lake Herald says that point is shipping forty cars of po- tatoes per day to all .points - and twice, that many should be movin 1 but for lack of help - total will be sixty thousand tons for the season a yield worth two and a half mil- lion dollars - all from fifty five hundred acres - Dayton cannery will handle a sixty percent crop of peas says the Chronicle-Dis- patch - which is above first esti- mates - Cannery at Pameroy was forced to close after eight day run because of weather damage to peas says East Washingtonian. Total pack will be but ten percent of last year, whie*n was almost quarter of a million cases . . Palouse Republic says Wheat crop in Big Bend is damaged, some five thousand acres may . not _. be halwested due to weakher - The Brewster Herald-Reporter says wage rate for eastern and cen- ii HI BODY WORK IS ALL 'GUARANTEED BOTH CAR & SIGN PAINT- ING UPHOLSTERING, FINISHING AND ALL KINDS OF GEN- ERAL BODY REPAIR WORK RADIATOR REPAIRING AND ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM CHECK-UP WORK CHELAN BODY AND FENDER WORKS JACK BLAIR, PROP. It NOTICE W.S.C.S. will meet on Wednes- day afternoon August 8th at the Lloyd Dobson home, with Mrs. Whitney as co hostess. All ladies welcome. t tral Washington harvesters will perhaps be $10 per day for gen- eral labor ranging to $20 per day for combine operators, farmer also provides board - Grandview Herald says sugar beet growers will benefit from a development foundation recently announced for the benefit of the industry and sponsored by the sugar com- pany - Chewelah Independent re- ports a ten inch twig of cherries with 9 cherries- Anybody see the robins that visite our trees? Selah cannery shipped 30 cars of choice cherries says the Optim-- ist - a record for that district Olympia News tells .of urgent need of ,berry pickers in the Yelm community - Less farms in Walla Walla county says the Waitsburg Times only ,30A units which is a shrink of almost 10 per cent in five years - meetings are being held to protest the dates for deer season in Okan- ogan County lOcai residents say the season at harvest time would cause a loss of too much of the estimated $55,000,000 ap- ple crop. Tuna taken off the wes coast is being unloaded at West- port says Frays Harbor Post. A test of the school district con- solidation law in Kittitas county shows a total of all votes cast would have created the merger, says the News. However a major- ity of those in the smaller dist- ricts voted against and. the meas- ure lost. The very issue upon which many mergers were effect- ed prior to the last legislature. NOW AVAILABLE Mall in this coupon today . . . Johnson, Doell & Company Wenatchee, Washington I am interested In buying an adding machine and would like further information. Hand-operated ........ E'lectric ........ Name ........................................ Address ..................................... I 4,300,000 T011 and Long Distance calls! That's on overage day's work for the 6eli System--and it's getting bigger every day. Many of these calls ore made by the thou- sands of returning overseas veterans. 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