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PAGE 2 THE HERALD-REPORTER + . L. A. GILLESPIE, Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDA AT BREWSTER, WASH. Entered as second class matter at Brewster, Washington Notices of church entertainments where an admission fee is charg- ed, cards of thanks, resolutions of condolence, or notices intended to promote private business of any kind, must be paid for at regu- lax rates. 10c PER LINE FIRST INSERTION! S# PER LINE EACH SUB$EQUENT IN. SERTION. CASH WITH ORDER. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ERRORS IN- ADS PHONED IN FOR SALE - No Trespassing Signs, lc each, at Methow-Pateros Growers. H. Ludeman. Methow, Ed Zopf, Methow. 2tc6 S+tembe 9 I T Gano tfc SALE- 20000 Unfinished i':airs, 30 in. & 36 in. Stools. Un- i:ishu' Chests,- two sizes. Claire atz Furniture Co.; Omak. 3tc6 :i:iPOR SALE-Four bee dves :::'i;h sttpers and frames, also a " smoker. Geo. Wilson, Brew- ster. WANT,ID - Used Stock Saddle. R. E. Berentsen, Words Garage,3 FOR SALE - Wagon and Mow- ing Machine. Gee. Driskell, Brew- ster Flats. tfe30 FOR SALE - Small Cook Stove with water jacket. Wfllard Elwell Brewster. tfc30 -IOST - Ladies Concord Yellow gold Wrist Watch at Brewster Aug. 25th. Black band, gold clasp. Reward. Box 135, Bridge@err. 4tp WANTED - To Rent or Lease House and small tract, no orchard R. E. Berentsen, Word Motors. 3 RADIO REPAIRS. Have your radio repaired now. Howard Zim- merman, phone 207, Okanogan. tfc POLE PROPS FOR SALE New, any quantity, lc a foot. Old Byron Stubbs place, Brewster Flats. E. J: Hallenbeck. tfc2 I:OR SALE- Dry pine or fil cordwood. Darrow Rawley, Okan- ogan. Phon 267-W fc DON'T READ THIS! Unless you are thinking of your future. Why not get into a profitable business of your own now, while there are still good country routes available: For full particulars write: The J. R. Watkins Cam- puny, 4112 Hollis St., Oakland, California, or Fieldman Paul Humphrey, Route 4. Snohomish, Washington. 4tc23 FOR SALE Davenport ana chair Mrs. Harry Holt, Phon 12-L, Brewster. tfe13 FOR SALE'- 7 Room House: modern, Close in. Inquire at Her- ald-Reporter office. 2tc13 WANTED TO RENT - Place to kep a car. Viola Noonan, Box 324, Brewster. tf13 FOR SALE- Jersey-Guernsey cow, fresh 90 days. giving 4 gal. miqk a day. C. E. Chastain, Phone 6-F-4, Brewster. lbp3 FOR SALE.- Cook Stove, Heat- er. complete bed, radio, curtains, kitchen and library tables, some bdding and other household art- icles. Mrs. Emma Widel. Brewsr FOR SALE - One almost new Electric Fence Charger withou battery. W. K..Clendenin, Brew- ster. 2tc 13 Mrs. G. C. Braker brought Mr. Braker home from the Wtnatchee hospital Monday, and he is very. much improved. FOR SALE - Big. Stove, two ovens, for cookhouse. See P. H. SmithF Brewster. 2tpl 3 WANTED - Wi!l pay 4c lb. for clean coton rags. Must he at least one foot square or targl, no wool, rayon or silk. Call or bring to Herald-Reporter office. FOR SALE'- 3 Boxes of Pipe Fittings, New Steel sink, trap & faucets. Gas Pump, Ice Shoe- Skates, size 4 or 5, Fooor Lap Wool Rug, pad 9x12, Wool Rugs 6x9 and 3x7, 2 Cross-cut Saws. 3 ft., 6 ft., New mattress, 2 Kgs Nars. 16 -8 penny, 24 ft. Down Spout, 450 ft. 8 in. Pine beveled edge Siding, 3 Doors, El- ectric Feed or Coffee Grinder, Vacuum Cleaner, Chromium Edg- ing, camplet set of Fireplace Accessories, Tire Chains. SinS;e, 700-20, fruit jars and other mis- cellaneous articles. N. E. Carroll, Manse. tel3 PATEROS MRS. CHAS. MILLER ---O Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cook, whu have been with the Consolidated Aircraft in Louisiana arrived in Pateros last week to visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cook and other relatives. He may soon be inducted into the Army. g * a a S 1-C Walr (Tufty) Peck- ham is home on a 30-day leave. He has been in the South Pacific for se:eral months. He will re- turn to Bremerton for his dis- charge papers. * * " " h Rex Reneau s home on a sort furlougl. He has just completed a trip to Okinawa on a sup@ly ship. . Clifton'(Buck) Earl, T-5, ar- rived home for a 30-day furlough. He will return to Camp Gruber for reassignment. Clifton had the pleasure of meeting his two bro- thers-in law, M. Sgt. Earl and F-4 Stanley Miller while he was in France in August. Mr. and Irs: Emer Hrr re- ceived word from their son Clyde that he has been moved and will nc be home. His new address is Battery B, 435 AAA-AW- BR.. APe 403, New York. Dr. and rs R. L. Herr and Dr. Hofer of Yakima were in Pa- teros on their way to Canada on their vacations. Mr. and *MRS. Iarold Steiner have a son (William Robert) born in Seattle September 8th. Mr. and rs. Gee. Ives accom-' panied their son, Pete Johnson, and family to verett: They also visittd their daughters Betty Pike and Thelma Quay in Seattle. They brought their little grand- son home with them. lv and hr: pa;row had as week end visitors their brother Andrew, and fatler, Carl Gustaf- Ison from Spokane. While here they took advantage of peach harvest, getting a goad supply for c4mning. Ri--et'ck ts , Betty and Ruth Mar- tin were Wenatchee visitors on Monday. " Doc Eve se was in Spo- kane Monday on business. Mr. and aMrs. *Arthur Villar were visiting friends in Pateros on Monday enroute to Methow to visit his .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Villar. An evening*o/ S:cred music was presented at the Methodist Church on Monday evening by Rev. and Mrs. Nell Wallace, with Elsie Flick as pianist. There wre vocal solos and numbers on the piano, vibra,-harp, triple octave chimes and electric Hawaiian gui- tar. 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. III HERALD.REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON " + ITI I II KINGS .DAUGHTERS HOLD ELECTION OF OFFICERS The Kings Daughters met at the home of Mrs. Fleettce Brown- lee Thursday evening. They elec- ted officers for the coming :year as follows: President, Mrs. John Countryman ; Vice-presidnt, "Mrs. Fred Mlkel; Secretary, Mrs. Olaf Olson; Treasurer, Mrs. Eldon Hall. Delicious refreshments of ice cream, cookies and coffee were serv'ed by the hostess. A numbe; o/fol*ks attended the openlng fall services of the Epis- ] opal Church and Communion Service conducted by Rev. Lind at Brewster on Sunday eening. St. Marg:res Gu;ld held. its regular meeting at the Fpiseopa] ChurchFriday. * $ $ * The Patefos P.-T. A. will hold its first fall meeting and teacher's reception at the Gym on Septem- ber 20th, at 8:00 p.m. Mrs. John Neff is the new president. .S I' a a Mr. Andy Brownlee is on the sick list this week, so the barber shop has been closed..He hopes :to I be on duty again soon. * a u ,Pateros Grange held its regular meeting last Tuesday evening. Folks  dressed as in old school days. The ladies brought irdiviual school lunches to share with their boy friends. Much fun was had, also a good program. * * I I Blaine Hodgens went to Yaki- ma as one who will set the pick- ing dates from Yakima to Oro- ville. Mr. and rs 7 Herbert Dunning- an and daughter Miriam Jean and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Towse of California were visiting at the Chas. Miller home last week. The Pain: Brotters from Omak have their mixer ami fleet of gra- vel trucks in Pateros this week doing cement work for the new houses being built by N, Reneau. State (Continued From ]Page 1) Good News From Son [ Mr. and Mrs. George Gebbers were delighted Monday ev'ening to receive a telegram from their son loy direct. He said he is well and would be home soon. ted States Senator next year, when Senator Mitchell will be facing reelection for the position to which he was appointed by Governor Wallgren. Hal Holmes and Eric Johnston, both from tht east side of the state are being mentioned, and Harry Cain now mayor of Tacoma. There is much feeling that the eastern part of the state is entitled to tht post, and Senator Magnuson is from the west side of course as is Go- vernor Wallgren. Hal Holmes is now congressman from the 4th district. LIQUIDATION NOTICE The First National Bank of Brewster, located at Brewster, in the State of Washington, is clos- ing its affairs. All note-holders and other cre- ditors are hreby notifi6d to pre- sent the notes and other claims against the association for ,pay- ment. W. G. Morris, President. Aug. 23 Oct. 18 II SAVE TIME! USE THE OKANOGAN VALLEY BUS LINES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE SERVICE Leave Chelan ........ 8:00 A.M. Leave Pateros ........ 8:33 A.M. Leave Brewster ...... 8.45 A.M. Leave Bridgeport .. 9:04 .A.M. Leave Mansfield 9:35 A.M. Arrive Spokane 1:25 P.M. Leave Spokane 5:15 P.M. Arrive Mansfiel ...... 9d)0 P.M. Arrive Bridgeport .... 9:31 P.M. Attire Brewster ...... 9:50 P.M. Arrive Pateros ........ 10:02 P.M. Arrive Chelan ........ 10:35 P.M. Fast Express Shipments Made Daily Connections At Patero For Methow Valley Ridmat II 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 PHONE 40 OR 40R W. I HARRIS BREWsTER l 222 ENROLL IN PATEROS SCHOOLS The Pateros High School and 7th and 8th graxies started Mon- day, August 27th, and the grades on Tuesday, September 4th, with 58 in high school and 164 regis- tering in tht grades. The Faculty is as fol!ows: Mrs. Dorothy Hunter, Commer- cial and P. E. Mrs. Roma Tukey, English, Li- brary, Music. Mr. Wesley Huff, Industrial Arts, Science. A. H. Irwin, Sttpt., Math. and Social Science, Frank West, Custodian. Grade 1, Mrs. Grace McNeilly. Gpade 2, Mrs. Gladys .Maddeh. Grades 3 & 4, Miss Kay Clark. Grades 5&6 Mrs. Euna Burger Grades 7 & 8, Elementary Prin- cipal, Mr. A. T. Jenkins. . .  ...... tin, FOR PRINTING PHONE 37 The Herald-Reporter HOME GAMES SIX MAN FOOTBALL ] J 3:00 P.M. September 14- Twisp vs. Brewster September 21 . Almira vs. Bremster BASEBALL PARK Adults 50 cents Students 25 cents f Acet!00-lene Electric Welding YOUR WELDING PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED BY OUR FIRST CLASS WELDER Batteries $8.25 & up ORDER YOUR NEW FORD NOW REQUESTS WILL BE FILLED IN THE ORDER THEY ARE TAKtEN Wo00d Moto00s Phone 20 Brewster, Wash. "NOW YOU TAKE MARTIN'S FOR EXAMPLE-- Many folks who really enjoy a good beer are loud in their praise of Martin's. They enjoy the gentle, full-bodied flavor that comes with quality ingre- dients smo-o-oth brewed for remembered good taste. "Make MINE Martin's" . NOTE: .... , No sugar or svrup of any type is used in the manufacture of - MARTIN'S ........... l BEER Made ,for Your EnJolnmmt by the . . . Omak -- Distributor Omak Bottling SEPTEMBER 13, 1945 APPLE COMMISSION REPORTS: Here we are at another harvtt season and in our hands we hold the future of the apple business. Are we going to make every pos- sible effort to pick carefully, sort and size carefully, wash and pack carefully and get our fruit from the trees to storage as quickly as possible ? From tle standpoint of just tomorrow--probably it doesn't matter much. The crop is shorter here this year than last, over the nation its 48% down. It's possible that all the apples will sell at ceiling and there are strong tern- talons for growers to sell above ceiling. It is' hoped that no grow- ers will listen to these siren voi- ces, for accepting above ceiling is black mark-t and black market means inflation, and- he law. @rovides severe penalties. Help Choke Black Marhet Our dealer service men in the field heard many complaints last year from good growers, jobbers and fruit and  produce men - our friends for years about the number of Washington Aples that had apparently gotten into black markets and out of the hands of legitimate dealers. It doesn't help us, tears down long friendships - will make it harder for us when shqrtages are over and when we must count on our friends for eooera*.ion in the selFng of our Washington Apples. Let us suppose that all apples this year se]t at ceiling - includ- ing apples from other areas that are not as high a quality product as ours. Its likely they will - the crop is that short. Is that a hard- ship on us with a premium pro- duct? We don't think it is. Be- cause housewives can have it dra- matically brought home to them that Washington Apples are finer apples at no higher price and will naturally demand Washington ap- p.es first - this season, next sea- son or any season. And it's that long look ahead tjltl.- cess for all of .,*-". : dren and our aXOlt* ,+ -'';',+ = Keep Coml - ! 2.}'.+: Its up to US, then, to keep qua- " ..... lity up to as near pre-war as pos- sible. Be careful, be h0nest, be a good neighbor - if you sluff, he suffers; remember if same of u. drop quality we all get tarred with the same brush - ALL our apples are Washington Apples. The market w. make today is our post-war market. There s just room in the human stomach for so much food. Very pia;nly, we are out for just that simple .*+ objective - to insure for us a small portion of the human sto- mech. There are lots of comp.ethive forces that we must tak into consideratimr: the citrus people with their tremendously expanded acreage and advertising, the ba- nana people who have already started a 20-city advertising pro- gram ven though bananas are still scarce, the coming of home freezing that makes possible the eating of fresh berries and per- ishable fruits in re|d-winter, and many more factors. Its thought provoking and action demanding. We have established the :dea of Washington Apples as a finer, pemium fruit in markets through out the nation. But our dealer service men found ]:hat last year te idea was all to often ahead of the fac come into tim of- fice in Wenatchee and see some of the reports from the fox-holes of the merchandising front. It's Everyone's Task We are, each one, a cog in h wheel of production and distribu- tion. We've only done a good jot if the housewife buys and be- comes a satisfied customer wh comes back for repeat purchases ' constantly no matter how clo or far away she lives.  This is an honest appeal for careful handling and top condi- tion. Its a big task -- with pre- sent'y shon every hand. But  make Ifort  every grower, packer, sales agent, bro- leer and jobber yes, and retail- er, too. We can honestly say that ' retai;er understanding is 'way up, and for that we can thank our dealer service men and, some of the very progressive food and fruit and produce trade journals. Tey know the war is ower  let us not forget that too. Washington State Apple .mm.lon