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AUGUST 16, 1945 HERALD.REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON PAGE S The U.S: Department of Labor Home canning is even more ".an- . ][][IT][ / i reprts that Washington State portant than last year. All pro I Dlk]k 1 r,J][k I I farmers pay the highest average cessed red sour cherries will goto I All Registered' Yotors .of I farm wages, in the .natln" .... The the armed forces Civilians will! Lila Stevens and Marie Gold, I average dally wage, without board get smaller shares of canned apple]berg are spending the week in gtl-If)f'l DlgTlIf'T T(' 111 .is $8 40 Caiifornia is second with sauce, plums and apricots than ]Tonasket at the home of Mr and " .157.80 and Oregon third with $7.20 last year. IMrs. Fritz Willms. ! -1 """ Vote At  ......... i Mrs. Walton W. Howard spent I I _ ' i  Friday and Saturday in Tonasket, QC00flfH Ef'TIgI00I I ]| A FAVORITE AT HOME AND AT THE |las guest of Mrs. Clay Fruit and MONDAY, AUGUST 2Oth #  II t rg%i11rIifAr lIrl #'IrIrsmI l O.E. McVay has built,a new .[ It.[I|JWIVI|I|IK I|. |K." ]garage building about a mile 1 .nn lt I Q. D l $1{ ..... ." ........... Vd V=,U. 6e lsouth of Brewster on the old road . .ava. " o. a.,va.  ]. YOUR DEALER HAS IT IN ALL FLAVORS ]and has opened for business.. g_DAr|7 cPUgtg'tI ||II|rt|MP ". ] [ ne has na garage expemence -t,.-- ,avv. vtJaasa A I  . ..........  ...... I[and is capable of working on any Build Better Schools in Brewster l. MEAUUWMUUK DAIRY | ear., ' /" o ][  OMAK WASHINGTON i $1 Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Albin and ...... ' '':.-.::-:"7:.7"" _ i- ]Mary spent the weekend in Cash- mere. While there they attended I I Ii I Ill job servi for the Great has tmrly oslmrinal employes in the Armed Force. SPI.KE Tl'IE JAP... ,u Slamming home the Victory punch in the Pacific is taking manpowerplenty of the best in the world. Transporting fighting men and equipment with which they are defeating Japan takes manpower, 1oo. But there now isn't enough manpower for the railways laboring under 'the titanic responsibility of moving in the next few months 3"/2 million fiilaters and 5 million tons of military gearin addition to enormous quantities of materials for war plants and civilian goods. _d America's railways, particularly Western lines, must have at least 65,000 :dditional workers if the military transportation schedules are to be met. Realizing the gravity of the situation, the Army has furloughed a large number of soldiers for railway work. But, since these men cannot be detailed permanently for this service, the Army is spearheading a drive to recruit civilian "troops" for the Battle of Transportation. The Army and other government manpower agencies urge those who are not presently employed in war industries or in the production of food and other necessities to help SPIKE THE JAP... GET A RAILROAD JOB NOWt Apply in person or write to the nearest Great Northern Railway agent or office, or to the U. S. Railroad Retirement Board, or the U. S. Employment Service. Railroad employment offers good wages, security under Railroad Retirement and Unemp .y mnt Insurance, irf addition to transportation Rrivileges. RAILROADS Machinists Boilermakers Blacksmiths Sheet Metal Workers Electricians Carmen Helpers, All Crafts Apprentices, All Crafts Signalmen UR6ENTLY Linemen Store Laborers Bridge and Building Carpenters Bridge and Building Helpers Maintenance of Way Laborers Shop and Roundhouse Laborers NEED Brakemen Switchmen Firemen Telegraphers Station Clerks Switchtenders Station Truckers Yard Clerks ,GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY I I the wedding of their granddaugh- ter. s S 1-c Jac Shaw of Port Chic- ago, Calif. is here this week visit- ing the Geo. L. and R. L. Wilson families. Don MoJis of Brewster, is being held in the county jail on a petit larceny charge. tt m Lynn Runyon leeft Tuesday for the camp at Lost Lake for a two weeks vacation. .  ------Margaret'S;mpon of Fruit- land, Washington, is visiting Mrs. Lester WaddeD. The small"grando: of Don Ar- merits is seriously ill with diph- theria. MAKE00 CREAM At home--Any flavor--Dellclous--Smooth --No ice crystals--No cooklng -- No re- whlpping--No scorched flavor--Easy-- Inexpenslve--20 recipes in each 1,5 pkg. Please send this ad for free full-slze sam- pl offer, or buy from your grocer. LOIIDOIIDERRU Brand Homemade Ice Cream STilBIUZER ll LSMNOLq/- 835 HOWAIO, SAN FRANCISCO 3, CALif.. THUNDER BUT NO RAIN 1 LADLES AID MEET Peaceful sleepers in Brewster A busy group of Ladies Aided, were aroused in the wee hours I Friday afternoon, in quilting on Monday morning yb a tremendous t the beautiful. "Flower Garden" clap of thunder, and were kep coverlet destined for the auction awake by recurring claps, Buz, on Derby Day. The meeting was alas) only a ,fw drops of rain fell 'held at the home of Mrs R.C. .Mr and lIrs? HarT; Holt retur- ned lVlonday from Seattle where they spent the weekend. The Gamble *Lunb;r Company took about 20 men up to Methow last veek to fight the forest fire that threatened the town. Howard Gam*ble arrived ho, m,e Friday'from San Diego, Califor- nia for a seven day leave. Mrs. Frank Wick leaves this week for Seattle to live. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plemons will live in the house vacated by Mrs. Wick Ramona McCart-ne; is spending a few days here with her grand- mother, Mrs. F." L. McCrea. The Re,. D:rton Coats, 0f Pa- teros, will fill the ,pulpit of the Congregational Church in Brew- ster next Sunday. Mr and Mrs. *W. G: Morris spent"Sunday up the Methow at the home of their daughter, Mr. andMrs. Ernest Washburn. Mr. and Irs: Fed* Word left Tuesday evening for a two-day visit ]n Wenatchee and Leaven- worth. Mrs. Fra;k lln{h:user, of Spa kane, and her another, Mrs. Ul- rich, of Bellingham, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wendlandt F L. Mr:a l;ftnFriday :o= Seattle, and will visit a brother at Renton before returning. Also the city of Portland, Oregon. * fk W.C.T.U. meets ,,ursday of this week with Mrs. Nttie Whit- inger. Mrs. tester :ddel, with her two children, returned Tuesday from a week's visit with her sis- ter, Mrs. Harley Markham and family, at Hunt*era. 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 HARRIS ELECTRIC SHOP -JiOR 40 OR 40R W. R. HARRIS BREWSTER Wanmaker. Mrs. Carl McGee was a guest. It was decided to postpone the next gathering until September 7th. * Mrs. Ellen Kaehler went to Medford, Oregon to pack pears. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sparks were in Okhogan Monday, where Mr. Sparks had dental work don. His doctor has recommended ex- traction in the interest of his health, which has not b'een so good lately. * * Miss Mary Albin and Evelyn Holt had dental work done in O- kanogan Tuesday. Paratrooper-- )eler Brown left Tuesday to return to service. Mrs. Brown accompanied him as far as Spokane. - * * *and Howard Gamble sister, Mrs. Scott Hull, .made a business trip to Conconnully Tuesday. Mrs. Maro: B*roJn, who re- turned last week from Leaven- worth, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown to Paradise Hill to spend the wekend. Mrs. C. l{. lIcIinley returned last week from Seattle, where she underwent a major operation, and is rectperating at hr hame ere. Mr and hr; jmOWord were up fl:om Wenatchee to spend the weekend with Mr. Word's brother and family here. State State Laws Cover Veterans Reemployrdent Commander Lindberg Asserts Victor Lindberg commande Veterans of Foreign Wars, sai in part, "It is deplorable, in viex. of the thousands of men be;n3 discharged and returned t.*:eivi:- Jan life, that their ree2ih)yment shbuld be made a political eontru- vrsy. Our state laws provide tha any person in the employ of the state or any subdivision at the time he entered the mi.litary ser- vice shall be restored to such pos- ition .... " A Later Comment By The Gov- ernor Said in Part: "I meant and I mean only that I do not intend to appoint to a state office the chairman of the Republican state central committee for instance." JAMES M. GREENE Fire and Liability insurance and Bonds Cashmere, Washington Phone 525 No argument! The Farmers' Blan-. ket Liability Policy assumes your obligation. In fact, this ONE policy is desned to give the farmer and rancher complete protection from nearly all angles. It includes insur- ance against employee or guest in- jury, complete automobile cover- age, loss of personal possessions through fire, flood or theft. It in- sures farm equipment against some losses. GENERAL'S is the original --the complete policy. Don't accept a substitute. That is just part of the stt, r.. There is much more. Ask us for fuP, details and costs as applied to your particular needs. No obligation. ANSWER: (Continued From Page 1) MR. FARMER: If They're YOUR Hogs, on Neighbor's Pioperty