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September 13, 1945

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SEPTEMBER 13, 1945 TRY TR II 1 :;,z l 2 IN .THE HERALD-REPORTER, BREW$'FER, WASHINGTON Guests At Washburns Sunday guests at tl}e Cilaa. Washburn home included Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Van Horn and daugh- ters Betty Jean and Bever'y, of Marietta, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Stennes and sons Eldon and Keith of Methow. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miller, Danny and MaEene. Mrs. Henry Miller visited there on Sat- urday. Mrs. Br& Berry and Hilliard Smitl{ were business visitors at Waterville Monday. Mr. and:G.'Geor;e Bowers of Mansfield were Bridgeport visi- [tars Friday evening. BRIDGEPORT MRS. CLARA WRIGHT -o-- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Caldwek spent the week end at the Louis Caldwell home at La Conner. 4s Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holgate and Mrs. Carrie Embre came ov.r from the coast Sunday ;[or a few days visit with Mrs. Corn Bour- dette and daughter, i.Mrs. Hendrix of Ohio. The ladies ,are-sisters o Mrs. Bourdette. - The SaCred concert given' at the Methodist Church Sunday e;-- ening by Rev. and Mrs. Nell W- i B" g laceand Miss E|sie Fliek was well Fire t d eport attended and much njoyed. " " lit  81 A fire at the stockyards of Mr. and Mrs. L. E'. Monroe and Chas. Washburn Friday burned Mrs. Ellis McClure and daughter the large building which was a Conni went to Seattle Thursday combination barn, feed building and grain storage bin. There wa no insurance and the building is a total loss. About bg of the 40 tons of ground feed may be sal- vaged and the  hammermill may be repaired. I 1[I I I I I HOUR Behind us lie 3 years'of deadly struggle in which; with God's help, we have prevailed. So, today, we celebrate a victory. After the celebration, what lies ahead? For most of us, the outlook is a bright one. If we will simply use the brains, the will, the energy, the enter- prise.., the materials and resources ... with which we wonour war, we can't fail to win the peace and to make this the richest, happiest land the world has known. For most of us, the years ahead are bright with pr-,mise. But for others of as--and, ironically eno'ugh, their part in bringing victory was a major one--the years to come mast bear a different look. In America today are hundreds of thousands of in- jured men. Men with neatly pinned-up sleeves and trousers. Blinded men. Men with clever iron hooks instead of hands. Worst of all, men ,,vitl hurt and dark- ened minds. io see Bruce Monroe. He had been cated to the navy while on a trip to Washington, D. C.. and made Vhe tri by plane to 'reach Seattle at the appointed time. H left for Memphis, Tenn.: that ev- ening. i OF t These men need our help. Helping them will crt a great deal of money. We can help them best by buying Victory Bonde. Far away from America today are millions of Ameri- cans. As we would be, they're on fire to get back--to their wives, to the children some of them have never seen, to their jobs. These men need our help. Helping them will cost a great deal of money. And we can help them best by buying Victory Bonds. This is our day of triumph. But it's theirs too--the injured men, the men who are still far away. Let's not forget them, in our just rejoicing. And the one,way we canhetp rno to care for our wounded... to 5ring our veterans home.., to give them a fresh sta,t in the country they fought for.., to care for the fan. ilies of those who died.before the victory was won... is simply this: Buy all the Bonds you can. Keep all the Bonds you la:,'- VICTORY BONDS 4P. Mrs. Norman Lilly of Tacoma. formerly of Bridgeport, received word Monday night that her son, Sgt. Bryce Lilly, was liberated from a Jai prison caznp August 16th. He has been a orisoner of war since the fall of Bataan. Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. Bertha Berry entertained th Contract Bridge Club Friday afternoon. Mrs. George Braker won high score and Mrs. Byron the guest prize. Mr. and Ir: O'sea; Cox were in Bridgeport a short tim Sunday on their way to Mansfield to visit Mr. and Mrs. George Bowers. Mr. and lIr: der;ert Kinkade and children of Peshastin spent the weekend at the home of Her- man Willms. Sgt. Ambres*Cason- -- - and wife spen the weekend with his par- ents at Rice. They returned to the Vollie Pitts home here and left for Las Vegas N. M. the first of the week. Sidney Vauhn, employed at the Monroe orchards, fell from a 14 foot ladder Friday morning' and injured some ribs. Dr. Stout of Pateros attended him. Mr. and lIrs: Ed "Wilsen and Jerry of Brewster were overnight visitors at the home of Mrs. Alice Green Saturday. Mrs. S. J.*S1;de: Mrs. Carl Men roe, Mrs. Bertha Berry and Miss Janet Ms, key spent Tuesday in Wenatchee. PHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO THE HERALD-REPORTER BREHARDwARE COMPANY H. O. 1 GROCERY & MARKET CASH GROCERY& MARKET WILSON'S BAKERY ANDERSEN BROS. _ JAKE'S BARBER.-P THIS AD ISSPONSORED BY to have and to hold O.K. BARBER SHOP CRAMER'S SERVICE BREWsTER DRUG WOIRD MOTORS BOHEMIAN CAFE BREWsTER BRANCH The National Bank of Comqterce Of Seattle PAGE 3 Harold B. Stout, M.D. MANSFIELD Pateros: Tues. & Fri. P.M Evenings By Appointment I I! I' - COMING SOON NEW RADIOS IN ABOUT 30 DAYS Your Orders Will be Filled in the Order They Are Placed 0 HALL'S RADIO SHOP Pateros o WOMEN WANTED _ Pealing and Sorting pears Work till middle of December Br[wsl[r.PAl[r0s Pr0ffss0rs Pateros, Washington C A R IBeG U !IHEA T RE LAST TIMES TONIGHT THURSDAY SIFTEMBER 13 EARL CARROLL'S VANfflES DENNIS O'KEEFE AND CONSTANCE MOORE NOTHINGBUT TROUBLE LAUREL AND HARDY Plus Short Subject FRI.- SAT. SEPT. 14 & 15 THIS MAN'S NAVY WALLACE BEERY AND JAMES GLEASON Plus Cartoon And News SUN.- MON. SEPT. 16 & 17 ENCHANTED COTTAGE DOROTHY MCGUIRE AND ROBERT YOUNG PLUS THE FEATURE WHAT A BLONDE LEON ERROL AND VEDA ANN BORG Plus Cartoon And News WED.- THURS. SEPT. 19 & 20 SONG OF BERNADETTE JENNIFER JONES AND CHARLES BICKFORD HAVING WONDERFUL CRIME PAT O'BRIEN AND GEORGE MURPHY