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PAGE i I Ill IIn I. i ii THE HERALD-REPORTER L. A. GILLF.PIE, 'Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BREWSTER, WASH. Entered as second class matter at Brewster, Washington Notices of church entertainments where an admission fee is harg- 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. , I I , , r , , ii, POST YOUR FARM This newspaper does not hesitate to advise the farmers and orchardists of this area o thoroughly post their farms and orchards against trespassers or hunters. The reason for this advice is that the State Game Department has not given any con- sideration o the harvest of farmers and orchar- dists. In fact they apparently have done everything they could to woI'k against the farmers. The Game Department has set such an early hunting date that farmers will not be able to hunt deer in their own area on account of the harvests. Another discouraging fact is that many deer will spoil in the woods this year as the weather is bound to be entirely o warm to keep deer any length of time while some members of the hunting party are waiting for other members of the party to get a buck before leaving for their homes.- Where the sportsmen and the State Adminis- tration do not cooperate with these farming com- munities and sportsmen of this area, we certainly should not hesitate to post our farms and or- chards against huners. Why should we cooperate with a hostile Game Department and hunters from other localities who are unsympathetic to our problems? O FOOD PRODUCTION The world is wodfully shor of food this year and it will take probably five years of peak pro- duction to build the surplus to a, point where it will e:ffet lcSs Th++aboe th+e gi+s.kof re- marks by leading ec0nomist on fdd. The food harvest is extremely short in Europe and Asia this year and every bit of surplus food we have will have to be shipped across to avert hunger and panic in these countries. This section is sll essentially an agricultural country and the above means that farmers should get good prices for ne next several years for their food products. DR: :AUBREY MELIUS i | COMPLET.. OPTOMETRIC" SERVICE I Office Hours " 1 To 5:30 P.M. DALLY, , 7 TO 9 P.M. SATURDAYS i OTHER HOURS BY APPOINTMENT ' OFFICE PHONE I20J RESIDENCE PHONE 22F22 .. STUART BLDG. . CHELAN, WASH. ! HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSER, WASHINGTON BREWSTER Ruth Cross]and attended, last wee the Bible Conference at Des Moines, Washington. $ Mrs. Carl.McGee and Carolyn, Mrs. G. L. Wilson and Mac were calling Frilay on former Brew- sVer friends up the Methow. t W S Announcement came last week to Mr. G. S. Asbury of the birth of a new. grand'daughter, the parents l beirtg Mr. and Mrs. Jahn Y'elice of Seattle. Mrs. Mar l: Fox "went to En- tint Friday to visit her sister, and will have medical treatment in Wenatchee before returning. " " lye Mr. and Mrs. Whitinger and sons of Mt. Vernon were ov- PICNIC AT SCENIC In a party of Brewster people motoring to Scenic Sunday for an outing were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Geissler, Mesdames K. P. Millber- ry, Meta Skiles and Josephine Martin, Miss Alvaa Jepson and El- mer Andersen. Mrs. Skjles and Miss Jansen went on to Seattle to visit relatives and transact busi- ness. The rest of 'the group spen some tim at Lake Wenatchee and White River Falls before Tee turning home. e $ $ $ The tl.ree ffranddaughters of Mr. and Mrs. "'George Crossland, Shirley, Nancy and Peggy Good- yar, of Okanogan, spent several days here recently. Their Grand- mother Goodyear passed away last Friday atOkanogan, the fun- BREWSTER GARDEN CLUB The Brewster Garden Club met Tuesday, August 21st, at the home of Mrs. Max Marchesseau, i wth Mrs. K. P. Millberry as co- l hostess. J S $ I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kittel aim daughter drove to Ritzville Tuesday evening, retarning Timrs- day. . Mrs." R. W. Weeks and children just returned from a two weeks visit in Coeur d'Alene. Mr. Weks went over Wednesday and they returned Thursday. Mrs. Wm. Hallenback arrived Sunday at the E. J. Hallenbeck home for a visit. Mr. and Ir;. II.O: Wendlandt spent Wednesday and Thursday of er for the week-end, erai being Sunday. last week in Spokane. The W. A*. llmph:r family en- joyed a few days of camping at] Lake Creek last week. [ $ $ $ George Wilson returned Tues- day from a several days' business trip to. Seattle where he secured ,trucking equipment. * "Ro * Mrs. Ralph erts has re- turned to Seattle after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Smith. Sh expects her hus- band home from the Service soon. Mr. and Irs: W es*Curtis have sold their home at North Star and have purchased the house on Brewster Flat known as the Conk- ]in lace, which they have rmod- eled. Mr. and -- ----lrs.*C.*V.'Hile and fa- uily spent the past week-end in Seattle. Forest Char;es'Six,- -- - Jr., who has been with his grandoarents here, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Six, has gone to Leavenworth to visit his cousins, Allen and Gerald Sx, be- fore returning to his home and school in Walla Walla. A buikiin; wort having on the premises is the one recently con.- pleted by Hoke Smith. Made of concre blocks, it is 24 by 32 and built on two levels to facilitate loading fresh the tractor to the truck. It will also house the car. Mrs. Max Goehry and her house guest, Mrs. Warren Nell, were Spokane visitors last week. Returning with them was Mrs. Goehry's brother, Ashley Holden, to spend a short time with his mo- th, r, Mrs. Ella D. Holden. How d'vou ' do/ O THE OKANOGAN VALLEY BUS LINES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE SERVICE Leave Chelan .......... 7:$5 A.M. Leave Patoros .......... 8:28 A.M. Leave Brewater ........ 8.40 A.M. Leave Bridgeport .... 9:00 A.M. Leave Man,fiald .... 9:31 A.M. Arrive Spokane 1:15 P.M. Leave Spokane 5:15 P,M. Arrive Mansfield ...... 9:00 P.M. Arrive Bridgeport .... 9t31 P.M. Arrive Brewster ...... 9:50 P.M. Arrive Pateros ........ 10:02 P.M. Arrive Chalan ........ 10:35 P.M. Fast Express Shipments Made Daily Connections At Pataros For Methow Valley Rasidlmt llllt'D STATI$ WAIt aO.N.ns III s ht the West for 66 years--Rainier ' tsdk is me of the great trade names of America Your Brewster I1[I00ALD-REPOI00TI=R Welcomes you to the Brewster Derby , , See you Saturday New License Bureau Mrs. Fred Word, of the Word Motors, has accepted the official station for issuing car transfers and state car licenses. She has also taken on a standard line of car insurance at her office in the Word Motors. Mrs. Myrtl Gam'ble and Geh- elle Wagg accompanied Howard Gamble to Wenatchee Saturday where he took the train back o San Diego, California. Mr and 'Mr;. Do.ning :left Wednesday for a few days in Seattle. AUGUST 23, 1945 II I Farmers'throughout America's grain- growing sections have again witnessed the record-breaking performance of Mussey-Harris Self-Propelled Corn- braes. The 1945 Harvest Brigade even xceeded its spectacular record of last ear--helping put another bumper arvest "over the top," meeting the ,,,artimel shortage of men and ma- :sines by its ability to harvest more Lrain per man, per hour, per dollar :san any other type of combine. YES, - THE MASSEY-HARRIS SELF-PROPELID HAS AGAIN.. _ .. ,__.,,+YOII one Provedman withthata , Self-Propelled ll --,flfll,t''7t;|[t[i can harvest u ltWO)Hftl, much grain as 2 to 3 men usg a Uactor-drawn ombine of the sem. size... WILL cLOSE AT 3 P.M. Due to the Derby in Brewster next Saturday, August 25th most business houses have decAded to close at 3 P.M. in order that they may join in the Derby Day fest- ivities. So housewives, shop early Saturday. ;y: * " Lynn Ru o came home Tues: day evening from camp at Lost I Lake. She was dnked in ;the lake last Friday and a sore throat re- sulted, which cut her trip short a few days. * .O Mr. and Mrs. Ray Waddell spent Tuesday in Spokane. .. ": :::-: :.-.-.. _. --- ......... A FAVORITE AT HOME AND AT TH[ FOUNTAINS -- THAT'S MEADOWM00R ICE CREAM YOUR DEALER HAS IT IN ALL FLAVORS MEADOWM00R DAIRY OMAK, WASHINGTON , ]+ For a Good Lift Radiant Health Glowing Vitality Hail our refreshing Buttermilk 0KANOGAN CREAMERY CO. OKANOGAN, TONASKET, OROVILLE, MOLSON, TWISP AND WINTHROP 1 I AGAIN, the Massey-Harris If-Pro led Harvest Brigade n Proved that Self-Propelled operates on  galkm lr ace less fuel than  m is required by a conven- tional 14-foot combine and tractor, because only {me engine is required... .... Proved that Self-Propelled  saves millions of bushels of grain tramped down on open- ing cuts by tractors hauling pull-type combines. As soon as materials become available, Mgssey-Harris will be building Self-Propelled Combines for all farmers who need them. You will want a Massey-Harris field- proven machine, built by pioneers of Self- Propelled Combines. . builders of Power- Plus Tractors, Forage Harvesters, Higl - Speed Plaws and other modern cost-cutting implements. If you will require new equip- merit for 1946, let's get together now and talk it over. TRACTORS. COMBINES. FARM IMPLEMENTS ] THE SEVEN-FOOT-CUT SELF-PROPELLED CLIPPER COMBINE .__ The original" Straight-Through," Scoop- Type Combine... proved in a hundred different crops .,;. now made in both pull-type and self-propelled models. BREWsTER GRANGESUPPLY, INC. Brewster, Washington