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November 8, 1945

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PAOE 4 i RETURNS TO SERVICE Vernon "Sonny" Holt returned to Fort Lewis after a 60-day fur- lough at home with his folks. ........ . FIRST GRADE While we were having our pic- JAMES R. KRAMER tares taken we looked at a funny Licensed Public Accountant Miekey Mouse. Federal Income Tax Specialist We had a penmanship contest. Kramer's Accounting Service We are learning the names of Box 607 - CHELAN - Phone 107 the letters in the alphabet. SAVE TIME! USE THE OKANOGAN VALLEY BUS LINES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE SERVICE Leave Chelan ........ 8:45 A.M. Leave Pateros ........ 9:15 A.M. Leave Brewster ...... 9:30 A.M. Leave Bridgeport .. 9:50 A.M. Leave Mansfield .. 10:25 A.M. Arrive Spokane 1:40 P.M. Leave Spokane 5:15 P.M. Arrive MansfieLd .... 8:36 P.M. Arrive Bridgepprt .. 9:10 +P.M. Arrive Brewster .... 9:30 P.M. Arrive Pateros ...... 9:45 P.M. Arrive Chelan ...... 10:15 P.M. Fast Express Shipments Made Daily Connections At Pateros For Methow Valley Residents 00[00acks We like to read. The snow caused lots of excite- ment. Danny Galbraith is well again. We are hatpy to have him Icack. Peggy Askins has moved to California. SECOND AND THIRD GRADES Johnny Pariseau is absent this ;week because of illness. Mothers who visited our room last week are Lynn's, Sally's, Johnny's and Dixie's. Rodney's sister Judy and his grandmother, Mrs. Sampson, visited us too. We are having, a contest to" see which rows can earn a star each day by having clean hands, clean face and clean teeth. On Friday the rows which hav five stars on their banners get to do something very special. FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES The fifth and sixth grades wrote for penmanship certificates Friday, November 2, 1945. SEVENTH GRADE NEWS We made posters to help re- mind people of the necessity of buying United States-Bonds. Each student is making some history project to represent the colonial period. Log houses, dolls dressed as colonists, and scrap books are some of them. A FAVORITE AT HOME AND AT THE FOUNTAINS -- THAT'S ++ MEAD0WM00R ICE CREAM .. YOUR DEALER HAS IT IN ALL FLAVORS MEAD0WM00R DAIRY m r $ I/ FIREPROOF-EASY" TO INSTALL I I // GAmBLE---LU00-ERCO. II I - BREWSTER, WASH. We Are Now Taking Orders For WASHING MACHINES RADIOS ELECTRIC IRONS ALL HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES DELIVERIES BY CHRISTMAS HARRIS ELECTRIC SHOP PHONE 40 OR 40R W. R. HARRIS BREWSTER SPONSORED BY AMERICAN LEGION SATURDAY- NOV. 17 LEGION HALL Pateros, Washington MUSIC BY METHOW VALLEY PIONEERS HERALD.REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON GRADE EIGHT NEWS The science class conducted s'e- veral experiments to show that air resists 'objects, odcupies space and has weight. Nilene Carroll was in charge of the experiment. We are collecting as many Vic- tory Loan posters as possible to emphasize the coming Victory Bond Drive by the school girls. The Freshman Class are plan- ning their' return party for the Sophomores on Friday. November 9th. All the Student Body and Faculty Members are invited. There will be games and dancing. Refreshments will be served, af- terward. At the North Central District Athletic meeting in Chelan last Saturday, Coach Pariseau ana Supt.. Sonsteie represented Brew- ster. The District Tournament is scheduled to be held in Omak Feb. 28, March 1 and 2. Eight teams will participate. There will be three teams from Okanogan County, three from Chelan, one from Grant County, and the 8tn team to be determined by a play- off between "th'e second place Grant :team and the winner of Douglas-Terry County Champion- ships. This is the first time Okanogan County has been given+ 3 teams in the District Tournament. They have been 'entitled to it for a long time. Blubber--that's what t He can keep warm without Shell Heating Oil. Rut you're different (and that's lucky unless you look good in moustaches). So why not get comfortable by phoning for clean, dependable Shell Heating Oil. SHELL OIL COMPANY - INCORPORATED - BREWSTER - PHONE 68 - 1F52 I SPATEROS MRS. . MILLER Mr. and Mrs. +Wm. Burger re- ceived word this week that their son Jack has received his Wings and is now a full fledged Para- trooper. He is at Fort Benning, Georgia. -/ Mr. and Mrs. 'R. A. Downing treated all the qmployees of their apple packing shed in Pateros to a chicken dinner Monday, Nov.5. They had a very successful sea- son, and finished packing Tuesday $ $ S Mrs. Lulu Dezellem, Mrs. Har- ry Ervin and Mrs. Orville Capps went to Csmp Lewis to visit their brother, Tech.-Sgt. Leslie Pasley over the wekend. He served with Patton's 2nd Cavalry Division in Germany. He las been released and has gone to CalifOrnia to visit with his parefits. Pfc. Ernest and Mrs. Herr and and daughters have been visiting at the parental home for a week. .Ernest left for McCook Field, Ne- braska, but Mrs, Herr and chil- dren will stay with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Herr. * $ $ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mikel have as house guests their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Severson. Bert was discharged from the service at Bremerton +on October 26. He was F.M.C.-2C and served for over 3 years in Aircraft USS Ranger in the Ship Service department. They expect to leave soon to make their home in Cashmere. The Fres;me" :f Pateros High School will give a return party for _the Sophomores on Friday ev- ening, Novmber 9th, in the school library. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Danny Sapp October 31st at the Omak Hospital. Mother and baby are doing n.i,?ly... A daughter, named Viola AI- virtu, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Knapper +October 26th. Mo- ther and babe are at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hall. " ....... Mr. and Mrs.' George Gebbe-z went to Tacoma Wednesday to see their son Roy who is convalescing there. The W.S.C..S met with Mrs. Ulark Wednesda:{ afternoon. The bake sale commiee reported over $35 taken in .,t their bake sale :ast Saturday. The ladies are sell- ing Christmas cards again this year. "2L " Mr. and M ank Ervin re- cently entertained Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Woods and daughter Carol Ann from Portland. Mr. Woods is Mr. Ervin's nephew and has been zn service in Heidelberg, Germany Capt. Harold obbins of Den- ver, Colorado, sgent the weekend visiting with his aunt, Ola Rob- bins, and other relatives. Mr. and Mr: :;ill Parsons are moving into the Moore Apts. $ Mrs. Wm. Mieotra is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duncan. She ca;e by plane, leav- ing New York City at 5:30 Sat. and arriving in Wenatchee Sun- day at 1:00 P.M. TELEPHONE YOUR LOCAL ITEMS TO NO. 37 WOMEN WANTI:D FOR Pealing and Sorting Pears Work till middle of December Want Applicants Uor Night Shift BREWST[R-PAIEROS PROffSSORS Pateros, Washington: .i,. ' NOTICE TO RESIDENTS m OF PATEROS The Town-of Pateros has lo- ,cated a public dump ground about two miles south of town just off the Primary State Highway. Signs have been erected to show the ex- act location of the same and orop- er observance of the" regulations in regard to dumping of all debris, refuse, etc. is requested. Town of Pateros J.H. Miller, Clerk. Blaine Wagg, S-1C, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wagg of Paeros, is home on a 30-day furlough. He will, be stationed at Seatt'.e when he returns to duty. $ $ $ $ Mrs. John Gebbers and son, Danny, Evelyn Holt, Genelle Wag and Ilbert Lautensiager were Wenatchee visitors Sat. PILq LINE F.JK SUB3FUENT IN. $LqTION. gASH WITH ORD]g. NOT RFPON$1BLE FOR ERROI IN ADS PHONED IN LOST - Black Wallet, zippered on three edges. Indentification in- side. Reward. John Barker, Brew ster. ltc8 FOR SALE - No. 2q$McCorm- ick-Deerg Internatiohal Trac- Tractor. N. L. Haynes, Monse 2tp FOR SALE - Bundled Rye Hay, bundled oats hay. John E. Knowl- ton, Phone 3-F25, Brewster 3tp8 FOR SALE - DELUXE 15 stool new 36 foot streamlined Lunch Car. Unusual business opportunity with small inveshnent. Terms if desired. Delivered to your loca- tio_n. Reply PO Box 5031 Port- land, Oregon. 4tc8 Halls Radio Shop, Pateros. tfc radio repaired now. Howard Zim- merman, phone 207, Okanogan. tfc FOR SALE- Dry pine or fi] cordwbod. Darrow Rawley, Okan- ogan. Phone 267-W fc LOST - BILLFOLD, containiag drivers license, reg. card. Reward Francis Cisco, Gem Del. Brewster. WANTED - Will pa:M ] or, clean cotton ra.  least one foot squar no wool, rayon or s bring to Herald-Repo8Ie.'- FOR SALE - Black Walnuts 50 cents a box. Bring box. W. R. Kimball, Brewster. 3tpl FOR SALE - Black Fur Jacket, Black Wool Cloth Coat, size 32 to 14: Mrs. Vernon Monroe. 3tcl FOR SALE - Two Brood Sows, egistered Boar, 15 pigs. Ernest Washburn, Methow ..... 4pl NOVEMBER 8, 1945 New Students Enrolled In Pateros High School Sine the b'eginning of this school .year, several new members hae enrolled in Pateros High School Among the freshmen there is Clayton Pederson of High line High, Seattle. New sopho- mores are: Jack Langedahl, Pharr Texas; Robert Collins, Seattle; Mary Hazelwood, IndianaPolis, Indiana; Janie Wright, Davenport and Wanda West, Winthrop. Myr- na Thompson of Twisp and Doris Harvey from Walla Walla have swelled the ranks of the juniors. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph North, of Monse, were Omal visitors Tues. C. R. McKINLEY M.D. McKINLEY BUILDING BREWST.ER; WASHINGTON I SMITH FUNERAL HOME PEARNE SMITH Licensed Funeral Director PHONE 421 PATEROS CARIBOU THEATRE Brewster, Washington LAST ,TIMES TONIGHT THURSDAY NOV. 8 THE MOON IS! OUR HOME Margaret Sullivan and Henry Fonda SCARED STIFF Jack l-hley and Ann Savage FRI.- SAT. NOV. 9- 10 FLA00EhPwFaBAR?AAnRDYorS?AST + yn + RIDERS OF SANTE FE '00od__Came00on and 00n00gh[ SUN.-MON. NOV. 1 I- 12 HIGH POWERED Robert Lowery and Phyllis Brooks IT'S A PLEASURE THE YOUNG IN HEART CHINA SKY Plant Food ORWN Will more nearly insure Maxi- FERTILIZER....mum HIGH QUALITY Apple ORWN complete fertilizer supplies ALL the ingredients re- quired by the tree in producing such a crop---yet costs lttle i[ any more than straight nitrogen [ertilizers. 0RWN 10-10-5; 10-16-8; 6-10-4; 5-6-8 and and other mixtures will be made to your order with added BORON if desired. Ask your dealer tot Orwn complete/ertilizer J.:H. TYRRELL COMPANY EXCLUSIVE DUTOR Phone Okanogm 202 Wentedee 1897