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.JllJ .... I   ..... .LLII[LlilUilIILI[II IIIiHJj;LIIIIBIIILLRIIIIIIIIIItlIJItiJt  ,.J L- _ PAGE 2 Ill III II I II I I llll STAFF SGT. CAST HOME Staff Sgt. Stanley Cast, son of Mrs. Anna May Cast of the Pa- teros Hoel, arrived home July 26th for 15-days furlough. He has been in service 3 years and is stationed at the Sioux City, S.D. Air Base. Pfc. Lloyd Moore, of the Army, is home for a 30-day furlough after having served in Germany, France and Astria for 9 months. He was wounded and in the hos- pital for 2 months. His wife and three children are living with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt, Mrs. Moore&apos;s parents. LEAVES FOR ACTIVE DUTY Hellen Anne Lewis Crawford, a Pateros high school graduate, who enlisted recently in the Waves, has been called to active duty, and ordered to report to the Naval Training School, New York City, on August 9th. Staff Sgt. Stanley Cast is home on a two weeks furlough. He and his mother spent last week a / Moores Inn on lake Chelan. At I the expiration of his furlough, he I will return to Sioux C'ity Iowa. I Mrs. Cast will visit at Stockton, ] Calif. and in Nevada. I FOU.TAINS- T.AT'S MEADOWMOOR ICE CREAM i MEADOWMOOR DAIRY | i" qOMAK, WASHINGTON Be a Telephone Operatorat Pateros In war-time hings must move on the double-quick and it'.s the telephone that gets many of these hings done. You may help us send these war calls through PROMPTLY by becoming a tele phone operator -- a job hat is essential to Victory. HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON PATEROS MRS. CHAS. MILLER Alvin Anderson went to Wenat- chee on business on Saturday. $ Lloyd Fender has* leased the Harms repair shop which will give him needed additional room. Myron" Bl:ckajr.* o Spokane is spending th month of August 'at the J.L. Cooper home. Lt. and lrs.* B;rt "Stennes left for Tuscon Arizona. They were ac companied by Mrs. Eva Pryor, who will visit them about a month Sart Otto h:s e:n appointed as water commissioner to fill the vacancy caused by the res_:gna- tioh of George Huckins. Fred Whie wil; spervise the building of the new houses for Nick Reneau. They, commenced work on Thursday. $ a $ Mrs. Frances Farris and Judy of Pateros accompanied Mrs. Helena Binns to her home in Portland, on Tuesday. a Mr. and Mrs. Jack Avery flew from Wenatchee on Thursday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Anderson. A new si<e wall h'as been laid in front of the old bank building on Riverside Ave. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTy OF OKANOGAN No. 11,032 SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION MARY C. TUPPER, Plaintiff *va- T. F. HUDSON, if living, or the un- known heirs of T. F. Hudson if de- ceased, W. H. ERVIN, and GEORGE S. McALVEY, Defendants THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO THE SAID T. F. HUDSON, IF LIVING, OR THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF T. F. HUDSON IF DECEASED, DEFEN- DANTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within .60. days after the date 0f the first publication of this summons, to wit: within 60 days after the 12th day of July, 1945, and defend the above entitled action in the above en- titled Court and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein, and serve a copy of your answer upon the under- signed attorneys for said .plaintiff at their office below stated, and in ease of your failure so to do. judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said .Court. The purpose for which this action is brought fs to quiet the title of the plaintiff Herein in and to thefollowing described tea! estate situated in the County of Okanogan, State of Wash- ington, to-wit: Lots 7, 8 and 9 of Block B of. Or- chard Park Homesites, an addition to Pteros. Washington, according If you are interested in doing an import- ant part in helping'to win the war inquire ; ; _ j to the official plat thereof on file : today from the telephone manager ac and of record in the office of the : " county auditor of said Okanogan ::. pt,vn County, '? ........ and to adjudge that any and all claims  of right, title, estate, lien or interest .'.(  - of the defendants herein, or any of the  " I said defendants, is subordinate and in- i" ' "  forior to ]fbti:lit"' to p0sses= "L,. I seen of the plaintiff. ''"(( WICKS & MANSFIELD : THE PACIFIC "l EL. & TEL. COMPANY Attorneys for Plaintiff !'!:: Post Office Address: ; : AUTHORIZED REFERRAL REQUIRED Lane Building  =.72 ' Okanogan, Washington ii . ' ' - July 12, 19, 26, Au. 2, 9, 16 mmm ! mm00mm! When it's time to relax, and good friends get together  . . . that's the time that the good, smo-o-oth brewed Martin's is best ap- preciated. Martin's fine beer is friendliness itself with a full bodied flavor that is well re- rnembered among good friends. Made for Your Enjoyment by the . . . PARTY FOR MISS PRYOR Barbara and Marjorie F-'sh were hostesses at a beach party on Monday evening, honoring Kath- leen Prygr who ,has enlisted in the Waves. She left for duty at Hunt- ers College in New York. Those who attended the party were Peggy Wetborn, Gloria Reneau, Virgnla Cooper, Janice, Edna and Kathleen Pryor and the hostesses. $ $ $ $ Mrs. Martha Lake and children have been visiting relatives in Wenatchee. Elves B;own "fr:m Tonasket was visiting his father Turner Brown on Sunday. $ * Mr. and Mrs. *Bob Stookey's -- new home has been completed and they are moving into it this week. Mrs. Ross Jones and Ross, Jr. were visiting over the weekend at Bob Steiner home. DIES IN SEATTLE Merle M.S. Holzheimer, chief boatswain Mate, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tipton died sudden- ly in Seattle recently. He had been in the Navy about 30 years he was retired. He was at the Navy Hob- petal on Harbor Island. Upon re- ceiving the message Mr. and Mrs. Tpon left for Seattle to attend the funeral. l S Mrs. George Cornelius, was called to Spokane by the illness of her mother. Mrs. Cha: *Miller: spent the week-end in Spokane with her daughter Frances, who is employ- ed in the Welfare Department. Mrs. C. j.est;in:r, Irs. Fleetiee Brownlee and her daughter Helen were in Wenatchee on 'Monday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Abercrombie. OPEN rOl00 BUSINESS, @ Treck ,Auto Repairing Tractors Or what have you SHORTY'S GARAGE 1 Mile South of Brewster VISITS IN PATEROS Mrs. R.L. McVeigh and child- ren were Sunday visitors at the Edith Pinkney and the Anderson home. Mrs. A. Anderson accomF- anied her to Coulee Dam. AUGUST 9,' 1945 , ! Capt:a.n and Mrs. Alvin Ander- sqn will be the new managers of the Pateros Hotel for the coming year. They leased the hotel from Mrs. Mae Cast. They will take pos- session Sept. 1st. ,! ,! ,I .i I HARVEST BRIGADE i SEE HOW YOU CAN DO ,.:: P MEN'S i [ : !L WORK.,. : - r What the "HarvestBrigade" has done on a national scale, LYOU can do for yourself with a Self-Prope!led--harvest your grain with one madhine, one operator: saving tractor and. tractor operator, saving fuel, and saving grain normally tramped down by tractor on opening cuts. The Harvest Brigad e is a war emergency measure, designed to make critical materials do the greatest possible amount ot work. V/e. as Massey Harris dealers, "would like to supply a Selt-Propelled Combine to ROLL ROOFING AND COMPOSITION SHINGLES: Available Without Priorities GAMBLE LUMBER CO. ' BREWSTER, WASH. How can a motor oil save gasoline? Much gasoline loss is caused by gradual ring and cylinder wear. Gas mixtures then "blow-by," compres- sion is reduced, pedormance gcts rough. RPM Motor Oil slows this wear 'way down--sticks tight on hot or cold metal surfacesl'insures cold motors against extra starting wear, rotects critical hot spots on long runs. For more mileage, less wear use Standard's RPM Me:or Oil. Therriault & Darlington Yes, last year the Massey-Harris Harvest Brigade set s new, all:time record for acres harvested per man, per hour, per dollar. It's hex again because another record crop is being harvested and there's still a shortage of men and machines. Irt harvesting over a million acres last year, 14-foot Self-Propelled Combines averaged over 4 acres per hour. According to an official survey, 14-foot tractor-drawn combines average 290 acres per hour. This means that one man with a "Self-Propelled', harvests as much grain as 2/ to 3 men operating conventional combines and tractors. every farmer who needs one.., and will as soon as materials are available. See them now. Ask us where and when they xill be operating .... and ta!k with us abottt keeping your'present equipment in good repair, and about your implement needs for tomorrow -Self-Propelled Com- bines, Clipper Combines, Forage Har- vesters, Power-Plus Tractors, High-Speed Plows and other Masscy .Harris cost -cutting implements that will help Vou meet the x.'orld-wide demand for food in the best way. TRACTORS, COMBLIE$, FARM IMPLEMENTS See us or phone at once it you need harvesting help Wholesale Dealers Phone 232 PATEROS, WASHINGTON BREWsTER GRANGE SUPPLY,, INC. Brewster, Washington W ITH -" 7" Power-Plus rroctors Standard CIippe Corot .es T-Foot Sell-Propelled Clippen : Grain Drills : . L