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September 6, 1945

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SEPTEMBER 6, 1945 HERALD-REPORTER, BIEWSTEI WASHINGTON i m i i Mr. and Mrs. Dave Grover and Fred Bell returned Tuesday to daughters have returned from lBrewster to go to school. He has Renton, where they have lived for tsper!t the summer visit!ng his par- the past three years, to make l entsi n Arizona and working in their home in Brewster. I New Mexico, Texa and Kansas TRY rl i i / NEWLYWEDS VISIT PATEROS S 1-C Jerry Wheaten and bride Kathy Laurie were visiting Pa- teros friends on Friday enroute to Michigan where they will visit his parents Mrs. Wheaten was a graduate of the 1941 class of Pc.- teros high school. s * $ $ Peggy Welborn has left for Tcoma. She expects her husband home soon as he is being dis- charged from the Army. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Banker, of Spokane, were house guests a the C .W. Reneau home over the weak end. $ $ $ Mrs. Lee Cooper accompanied Melvin C. Chapn;=ln to Seattle on Tuesday. Little Linda Chapman has been on the sick list but Is improving. M,_&apos;ss Ruby Mansfield spent the week nd with her mother Mr. and Mr; :red* McDougal, of Bremerton, were visitin old friends in Pateros over Labor Day. The Oma H*ar;y .slakson and M. D. Armstrong families were in Canada over the weelcend. PATEROS MRS. CHAS MILLER --0- Homer McKowi' has been visit- ing his parents. e has finished his boot training t' the naval sta- , .y . ; tmn at San Deg0, Cahforma. Mrs. J. W. Mansfield received a telegram from her son, Lt. Chas saying a baby.i boy "liehaxd James." was borni:to tliem on V-J Day Sptember 2nd at Long Is- land, New york Miss Ruth Manfietd left for Clarkston on Sturday where she will teach again this year. Rev. and Mrs. Sparrow had as house guests over the weekend his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Maxwell, and an uncle, W. E. Sparrow, all of Spokane. Gloria Reneau, ,Evelyn Stennes and Peggy Welborn were Spo- kane visitors last week. Mrs. Mae'Ctand " her father, W. R. Phillips. /ind aunt, MSs. E. W. Phillips. leii:on September 1st for an extended visit to Reno, Nevala and other points 'of inter- est. Capt: and MrS. Alvin Ander-: son took possession of the hotel for the coming ydar. LABOR 1945 VISIT HOME TOWN Mr. and Mrs. . L. Manke. of Bremertor are visiting at the F. C. E'vertsbusch home. Major Fred Evertsbusch accompanied them to Pateros The Manke's report the mar- riage of their son Bill to Miss Virgin,.'a Barnett on August 131h, held in the Second ,Presbyterian Church in Bremerton. Mrs. McNe!lly has move(l into the Arnold home on Riverside for the school year Mr-. and Mrs. Lester Wehmhoff and son Ralph were Pateros visit- ors Saturday. They were also at Twisp for the rodeo. * $ $ LL Chas. Miller left Saturday evening for Seattle wtere he will probably get a B-29 for Dallas, Texas.. Mr. and lIrs.* Ion'Evans and children from Olymp':a were visit- ing over th week-end. Don re- turned ,but his family will remai! here. They plan soon to make this their home again. Mr. andlIrs? OTaf Olson, were isiting in Wenatchee over the hol- day. Their son Ray is attending school there this yar. !,/' tradlUonal holiday. A vast home-tront army, its men and women have to $h and large, mill and mine, foundry and iaclory to produce the Lus ,henis Of war to smash Fascism to em'th. That ]ob is done and tiffs Labor Dory will once more be a holiday-- one richly eczrned by the most stupendous production '<' achievements the world has ever known. Now the skill and strencjih at American labor can turn tram production for war to the upbulldinq of a richer, beer world. -' The brightest pages in theproducUve power of lould be wri#en in e er 04 .. [;tce treedom Which their toll hasbelial to bring into being. SICKS" SPOKANE BREWERY, IN - SPOKANE, WASH. ` \\; Wnshington's Oldest Industrial Institution Companion of builders and doe$ --since 1878 Rainier has boon the layered beer of Lcxbor--one of the Grqt Trade Ncunes of Amerl--mac[ consistently one of the major payroll builders of the West. II Eugene Enloe Dies Eugene Enloe, the man who brought el'ectricity to Northcen- tral Washington, has passed. He organized the Okanogan Valley Power Company Which he sold to the W'ashington Wafer Power Co. Mr. Enlo had the Methow Val- ley power dam and power house constructed and people welcom-. ed electricity in this district and Mr. Enloe's progressive work. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gay!ord, Barbara and Craig, of Seattle, were guests Sunday and Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wel- orn. Mr. Gaylord was on of %he engineers last year on the Foster ] Creek project. Miss L au;a *Taylo; and Mrs. Litlian Goodman moved back to Brewster from Paradise Hill this week Miss Evel;n ance; who was at her home at Leahy fox" the holi- day, from Spokane where she is taking a business course, was over with her brother Clint to spand Sunday at the L. B. Me- Lean .home Mrs. MarioJ B*rown had as guests a few !ays last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. Stohr and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gulbrandson from the Coast. Mrs. Stohr is a sister, and Mrs. Gulbrandson a n!ece of Mrs. Brown. PAGE 3 NEW SCHOOL BOARD RULING School Boa, d passed a ruling' that all children reaching the age of six years by November 15th may enter this year's term of sc,hool. In e past ithas been the custom not to allow any child to enter school unless he was s'x by f, im time the school term opened. 8 $ $ Milk contains very li:tle iron, but it furnishes essential .food fac- tors w, hi may influence th body's USe of iron. Cabbage is one ;f nature's prize packages of vitamin C. Use as much of the ear',y cabbage ( which does not store well ) in coleslaw and cooked dishes, and ,make what is left over into sua'erkraut. Fruits can;ed%i:hout any sweet ening :hae poorer flavor, tex- ture and color than those canned with sugar or syrup. However, fruits canned for pie making are often canned without sweetening Mrs. Mylle Gamlle has re- ceived word that Howard Gamble has shipped out from a base ,at San Pedro, California. * ] I Harold B. Stout, M.D. I MAN S00IEL00 I ] Pateros. Tee. & Fri. P.M i WOMEN WANTED Pealing and sorting Pears - ... .: . . Work till middle of Deemir " .......  BREWS Pateros, Washington CARIBOU THEATRE Brewster:Washington LAST TIMES TONIGHT THURSDAY BRAZIL VIRGINIA BRUCE :AND ' TITO SEPT. 6 GUIZAR I LOVE A MYSTERY JIM BANNON AND NINA FOCH Plus Short Subject FRI.-S:AT00: SEPT. 7& 8 PATRICK THE .DONALD O'CONNOR AND PEGGY RYAN RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE ZANE GREY'S STORY Plus CartooUAnd News SUN.- MON. SEPT. 9 & 10 MUSIC FORMEUONS MARGARET O'BR!EN AND.JOSE ITURBI Plus Cartoon And News WED.- THURS. SEPT' 12& 13 EARL CARROLL'S VANITIES DENNIS O'KEEFE AND CONSTANCE MOORE NOTHING BUT TROUBLE LAUREL AND HARDY PlusyShort Subject i j, ,/