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NOVEMBER 29, 1945 F" CARIBoOU wTHEoATRE LAST TIMES TONIGHT THURSDAY NOV. 29 KID FROM SPAIN Eddie Cantor and Goldwyn Girls PILLOW TO&apos; POST Ida Lupino and Sidney Greenstreet Plus Cartoon And News FRI.- SAT. NOV. 30 r- DEC. 1 THE CLOCK Judy Garland and Robert Walker BELLS OF RO!SARITA Roy Rogers Plus Short Subject SUN.- MON. - DEC. 2- 3 MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS Judy Garland and Margaret O'Brien Plus Cartoon And News DEC. 5-6 DEAD END Humphrey Bogart and Joel McCrea WITHIN WALLS i i Surprise Party " i Lo C A surprise party honoring the birthday of John Lautenslager was held Saturday afternoon at the Wenahee-Beebe Packing; plant. A huge cskd was cut into about Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hoyt and 80 pieces and good wishes were/daughter Bonnie spent Thanksgiv. extended to Mr. Lautenslager. ling with Mrs. Hoyt's brother and $ Mr. and* Mrs. Bob Sanders family at Twisp. I spent a few days in Spokane this Mr. and irs? Jacn*Thrapp and week. , , . children had Thanksgiving dinner Norman Shaw has been visiting with the Dick Weeks family. up the Methow with his cousin, Mr. and lIrs: Sm'Crumm and Edna Pruitt. and other friends ,and relatives. George Saint*, h'ome from Ser- vice in the South Pacific, arrived Monday to see his brothers John and Aibert. He reports to SeattIe early next month. His former home is in Minnesota, but his wife is now in Oakland, California. 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 Bridgeport .. 9:10 P.M. Arrive Brewster .... 9:30 P.M. Arrive Pateros ...... 9:45 P.M. Arrive Chelan ...... 10:15 P.M. HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON i s Mr. and rs. W. W. Hov:ard children :pent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Belle Peternell on Paradise Hill. Word was r;cei*ved this week that T-Sgt. Bert Wick had re- ceived his discharge from the army. Mr. and "lrs.*Jn *Gebbers had a Thanksgiving (inn'er for Mr. aId Mrs. Chas Gebbers and Robt. Manicke of Pateros, Mrs. A. J. Cutts, Mrs. Cora Gamble, Mrs. Mylie Gamble. ]rs. Scott Hull, and a group of their employees. Johnny danik: a.;d Jim Gro- ver, Sr., were guests at the Dave Grover home Thanksgiving Day. $ $ Thanksgiving Day guests at the Gamble cookhouse were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pike Word come;  rinds here that Mr. and Mr. Frank Brown, who recently sold heir home here have purchased property in Ana- cortes and are pleased with the location. ''t Iinner g ests at he William Underwoods Turkey Day were Mr. and Mrs. Chet Gilden and family from Methow. IN* * S The Don idel residence has been improved by a white finish- ing coat. Mr. and Mrs? F7 L.=McCrea are building an addition to their home Mr. McCrea is doing the work spent Thanksgiving !n Okanogan. Irs. Debbe )lson and son Jer- ry entertain'ed on Thursday the fot,owing guests: Miss Viola Noo- nan, Miss Hazel Stone and Miss Grace Scheafer. Mr. and *M;s: *G.* S. Asbury spent two days last week in Wen- atchee, their son-in-law, Walter Larner, having come for them.. Mr. and Mrs.*B.*F.*Six have re- turned from a month's visit in the middle-east, and have re-opened their store and service stallion near the bridge. Richard Starzm:n as received his honorable discharge, and is home from the service. Basil Chu;ch;ll, who is ,building on his newly acquired property. went to Tacoma to spend the holi- day with his family. Mrs. Mary E. Wilson, son Bob, and grandson Eric Jensen of Oro- ville were guests Saturday at the George Wilson home. : Mr. and Irs. )o: Widel nd ; family were Thanksgiving Day I guests at the Guy Brown home at Malaga. : Mr. and * *Mrs. --Fred* Word went to Spokane Sunday to attend an Electrical Convention. They hope while there to see their son who has been transferred to Geiger Field. Mr. and lrs.* R.* C.'Wanamaker were hapy, Wednesday night, to welcome their son, S-Sgt. Francs Wanamaker and his wife from Idaho. He b,as his honora.ble dis- charge after many months in the Pacific, lately in Japan. His wish ,. Thomas Fast Express Shipments Made Daily Connections At Pateros Fo Methow Valley Residants himself.  was obeyed to the letter when he stipulated that nothing from a can T-5 Harold Pitts sent Thanks-ibe served at the Thanksgivrff ffiving here with his family. He ]dinner. Other members of the then returned to Ft. Lewis where | family present were Mr. and Mrs. his cast wN1 be rmoved beforeWm. 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