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i THE HERALD-REPORTER L. A. GILLE6PIE, 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 charg- ed, cards of thanl, resolutions of eondence, or notices intended to promote private business of any kind,-must be paid for at zegu- lar rates. f i OPPORTUNITIES Many discharged war veterans are taking advantage of the War Veterans Bill of Rights by registering in our colleges and universities, This is an excellent opportunit for hese young veterans as it will give them a chance .to get an education and specialize in their various lines of endeavor. There are, however, several discharged vet- erans in this section, boys who were 17 to 20 when the war began, that are not going to take advantage of these excellent educational oppor- tunities. This attitude of passing up an education that is furnished the War Veterans Bill of Rights is unfortunate. Young men, do not overlook the many oppor- tunities furnished by the GI Bill of Rights. Pre- pare for the future--with an education. WATCH THAT SCHOOL BUS Many drivers, who pass a school bus receiving or discharging passengers, may not know they are re- quired by law to stop. This is essential regardless of the direction the car is traveling. The law was passed to proect your children. School bus drivers, school authorities and law en- forcement officem all ask for your cooperation in this effort t'o save the lives of those children. Obey the law! Stop your car on any road where a school bus is receiving or discharging passengers. WHAT A CHANGE i:::!-, For the first time in 13 years a Republican has ;0inted and elevated to the Supreme Court %!d States: More important than the mat- the factthat former Senator Harold the background that indicates that his',ng is absolutely sound, unbiased andunprejud. In 1act this is about the first ap- pointment since Herbert Hoover went out of office that has been universally acclaimed in Washington. President Truman is entitled to praise for having broken the chain welded by his predecessor. Let us hope that Truman has an opportunity to name sev- eral more successors to the present judges. 00oR,TE AT HOME AND THE  .,,' ' FOUNTAINS -- THAT'S MEADOWMOOR ICE CREAM MEADOWMOOR DAIRY J;. OMAK, WASHINGTON ! ...:..:.-' ................ ::..:.. :. :-_ DA[qCE SPONSORED BY AMERICAN LEGION LEGION HALL The NATIONAL , BAN OF .COMMERCE of Seattle Pateros, Washington SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 MUSIC BY ,,, METHOW VALLEY PIONEERS It l III I 00LOCAL S HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON t i GET MILK & CREAM STUBS TO 3-A OFFICE July, August and September cream stubs and milk slips are due for payment at the AAA Of- rice in Okanogan. Payments or S the above three month period wi t Mrs. Wm. Pulsipher and Mrs. Hoke Smith returned Sunday af- ter spending several days visiting their brother, Rudolph Deffland, and Mrs. Pulsipher's daughter, Doris, in Spokane. Mrs. Nate Thornton has returned from Tonasket after caring for the apple crop on her tract near Ellisford'e. $ $ $ $ Another lucky deer hunter, Evelyn Holt brought in a 3-poin- ter iast week. Recent -- -- --guests "a; the Jack, Thrapp home have been Mr. and I Mrs. Leslie Dowell and children] from southern California, and] Mrs. Seth Dowoll and children uf I Bridgeport. Leslie is'a brother of Mrs. Thrapp, and has seen service in China. Visiting - ---old*friends in .town,- have been Mr. and Mrs. Will Gil- .den, former residents over from Anacortes for the apple harvest. Mr. and *M;s. *Ba;il Churchill nave returned to Tacoma where they plan to sell their property before coming back to make their home in Brewster. They expect o purchase lots and build a new. home. As a result of t;e ritical shor- tage of houses in Brewster, the Boy Scout cabin is being remod- eled for residence by Miss Viola Noonan, high school teacher. The Franl B;on property was sold last week by Wm. Morris to John Menke. ', Mr. and Mr;. IIoward Rupert, c/i f Seattle, spent last week visit- ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Drisk'erl, Brewster Flats. Mrs. Shirley*Bennett returned home Saturday from the Deacon- ess Hospital in Wenatchee, where she underwent a tonsilectomy last week. W ashingt& ma; y;t vie with California in the use of its choice weather-word -- "unusual." What could be more "unusual" for this section than "not to ge a killing frost until after the middle of Oc- tober, then to have a snow-fall on the 21st, and bright sunshine fol- lowing? Helping Ii&e *Hie elebra his 8th birthday Friday evening at dinner, with a show following:, were Eddie Myers, Mac Wilson, and Lynn Gillespie. f Harold B. Stout, M.D. PATEROS Mansfield - Wednesday Evenings By Appointment Mrs. R. W. Weeks was in Omak Wednesday on business. Mrs. Forr;st *Wilson shopped :n Wenatchee last Friday. Miss Them; lraker " was in Chelan Wednesday on business. Mrs. Walren Kirk and daugh- ter-in-law and baby were in Wen- atchee Wednesday for mdical at- tention. A. J. Clendenen*of'Seattle - -- was in Brewster Wedhesday looking for a plac to locate a tourist camp. Mrs. John eb;er and 2Vlrs. Chas. Gebbers of Pateros were in Chelan Tuesday. s=. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Crawford and daughter Sharon of Wenat- chee and Dr. and Mrs. P. J. Me- Cain of Omak were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Todd. Mr.'and I2 E. V. Cain of Wenatchee spent last week end at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll V. Hile. - ,- Additiola; h;nJrs coming over from Seattle Sunday, and heading for Crawfi'sh Lake, were Mr. and Mrs. Al Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. S. Spencer and H. M. Turner;. PHONE LOCAL ITEMS TO 37 HERALD-REPORTER be made from October 1 through 2 calendar months or until and in- eluding November 30th. Be sure to haw ALL stubs in your posses- sion before sending them for the payment as only one draft can be issued in any one period. Payment rates are 13c per pound of butterfat and 55c per cwu of whole milk. All farmers who hav received the subsidy payment on milk and cream from this office will r e- ceive an application for payment blank in the mail. New applicants should send in their cream and milk stubs along with their name and address. An application for payment will then b sent to you for signature. J. E. Wilkinson, Chairman, Okanogan County ACA WRECK DERAILS SlX CARS A train wreck Saturady near Riverside derailed six cars of re- I frigerated fruit but no one was injured. About sixty feet of track was torn up. RELEASED ON POINTS THIRTEENTH NAVAL DIS- TRICT HDQTRS, SEATTLE Ensign Warren Charles Kirk, Jr.. son of Warren C. Kirk, Brewster, was discharged today (Oct. 21) I from Navy under the point the [ system. Made for Your ENJO YMENT by the YAKIMA VALLEY BREWING CO. OF S, WASH. II I ORWN Will more nearly insure Maxi- FERTILIZER....mum HIGH QUALITY Apple crop. the ingredients ORWN complete fertilker supplies ALL re- quired by the tree in producing such a crop--.yet costs li, ttle i any more than straight nitrogen [ertilizers. ORWN 10-10-5; 10-16-8; 6-10-4; 5-6-8 and s and other mixtures will be mdde to your order with added BORON i[ desired. Ask your dealer [or Orwn complete fertilizer J. IH. TYRRELL COMPANY EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR Phone Okanogma 202 Wentedee 1897 OCTOBER 25, 1945 First Six Week's Honor [ THEFT AT TONSKE;r Roll Of B H S. I r' -- " " [ A eport was sent to the sheriffs Brewster High Schom and Jan-office that the Tonasket Feed ior High have giv'en out Report l store was brok'en into Saturday Cards for the first report period. [night and a small amount of cash In order to make the Honor RoL a Student must have a B average with no D's or F's. High School Honor Roll is as follows : Kay Goehry Glen Lilly Mildred Cook Junior High : 7th Grade Christine McClel:lan Gladys Wheeler Kay Lamberton Terry Sparks Den Wilson 8th Grad Thelma Cleveland Ethel Lautenslager Margie Morris Keith Whitinger C. R. McKINLEY M.D. McKINLEY BUILDING BREWSTER, WASHINGTON taken. This petty theiving has been going on for several weeks in dif- ferent parts of the county and the sheriff hopes to ,ideate the perpe- trators very soon. LOOK YOUR BEST Shop Hours 8:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. Saturdays and Days Before a Holiday 8:00 ,A.M. - 8:00 P.M. Jake's Barber Shop Brewster, Washington o FIFTY-NINE YEARS ago a little fac- tory building in downtown Pitts- burgh opened for business and its .t, relatively few employees started ; turning out equipment for a stripti'!: electric industry. That was the' of Westinghouse Electric Corp  -.i''c"r'.';" '' ..... tion, January 8, 1"886. The first Westinghouse catalog boasted only 13 items of manufac- ture; today its catalog lists hundreds of thousands of electrical units rang- ing in use from locomotives to curl- ing irons In normal years thecom ....  pany employs more than 40,000 per- Since 1895 the company's plants at East Pittsburgh havebeen the head- quarters works of a manufacturing network embracing plants in 25 cities. Besides its large participation in this nation's recent war effort, the Westinghouse peace-time achieve- ments consthute a long and impres- sive list, includin5 the harnessing of the immense power of Niagara Falls for electrical energy and, also, in rev: olutionizing the method of generat- ing electriizity from coal. Now this formidable force in tke country's progress, the Westing- house company, which had such humble beg nning, is an important, valued customer of The Na'tional Bank of Commerce of Seattle. This bit of history has again impressed the fact that virtually all successfuJ businesses of today were once small. That foundation maxim is a rea- son for this bank's policy to devote the full cooperation of all its depart- ments to the welfare of individuals or firms with sound, although moderate, operations at the start. Small business receives sympathetic, constructive consideration here. ] III BREWSTER BRANCH BREWST|R CPOLL V. HIL Mer II I I I