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PAGE 2 THE HERALD-REPORTER L. A. GILLFP-,  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 thankS, resolutions of condolence, or notices intended to promote private business of any kind, must be paid fo at zegu- lax rates. i DEC.F.aMBER 7, 1941  is not so important that we remember Pearl :or as a military battle nor should we ve- .ber it merely to nurse hatred toward the !:{?,- Japs, but we must never forget the lesson t taught us. Never again must we be. unprepared, off guard or indifferent to world tensions. There must never be another Pearl Harbor. About The State (Continued From Page 1) rendering specialized services at state institutions b given security against dismissal or demotion for trivial, personal, religious, raial, political or other arbitrary or ex- traneous reasons in order that such employment be entered into and maintained as careers, with op/portunities for promotion based upon experience, training and capabilities, by said personnel and thus better service be rendered to these thousands of inmates." Air Shipments To Alaska An lrmovation For Fresh Products At thanksgiving time a special shilrnent was made in a Pan A= nCelican Alaska Clipper which con- sisted of a full load of fresh veg- etables and flowers from the Se- attle community to Alaska. Parts of the cargo went as far as Fair- banks with stops at Anchorage, Juneau and Ketchikan. The inno- vation was considered highly suc- c6ssful and will no doubt be fol- lowed by rgular shipments of the same nature as time goes on. 60 Chuech 00unda [ Sacred Heart CATHOLIC CHURCH BREWSTRR Rev. Raymond A. Klemmer Pastor SCHEDULE OF MASSES 1st Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 2nd Sunday of Month ..8 :GO A.M. 3rd Sunday of Month 10:30 A.M. 5th Sunday of Month .. 8:00 A.M. CONGREGATIONAL Sunday School .................. I0 A.M. Morning Service .............. 11 A.M. Evening Service ....... ; ........ 8 P.M. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Wednesday ........ 8 P.M. Methodist Church Phone 133 Rev. Stewart F. E. Sparrow Pateros Morning Service at 10 A.M. Sunday School at 11 A.M. Young Peoples' Meeting at 6:38 P.M. Evsnlng Service at 7:30 P.M. Choir Practie at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesday NOTICE OF EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENTS PATEROS IRRIGATION DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that THE CHURCH OF CHRIST Pateros Sunday School at 10 A.M. Bible Study at 1-1 A.M. David Nickell, leader Communion at 12 Noon. Bethel Pentecostal Church BRIDGEPORT Sunday School .............. 10 A.M. Sun. Morning Service .... 11 A.M. Sunday Night .................... 8 P.M. Wednesday Nfght ............ 8 P.M. Ministers: Velma McElyea and Faye Linton. -FULL GOSPEL- MISSION SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School at I0 A.M. Morning Worship at ii A.M. Evening Worship at 7:30 P.M. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 P.M. St James EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV. GORDON LIND Vicar Services at 8 o'clock each Sun- day evening. NOTICE OF EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENT LARRABEE "IRRIGATION DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the assessment roll of the Larrabee Irrigation District for 1946 has been completed and delivered to the Board of Directors, and said assessment roll is now and will remain in the office of the Secretary of the District for the in- spection of all persons interested; and that the Board of Directors will meet as a Board of Equalization to equalize the assessment roll of the PATEROS IRRIGATION DISTRICT for 1946 has been completed and delivered to the Board of Directors. and said assessment roll is nbw and will remain in the of- fice of the Secretary of the District for the inspection of all persons interested; and that the Board of Directors will meet as a Board of Equalization to equalize said assessments on Thursday December 27, 1946. at Two o'clock P.M. o said day. at the office of the Dis- .trict in Pateros Okanogan County. Washington. at which time and place all persons objl$cting to the assessments as made, may be heard. Dated at P&teros. Wash. Dec. 3. 1945 BOARD OF DIRECTORS PATEROS IRRIGATION DISTRICT Corporate Seal By J. H. Miller Dec. 6 - 13 Secretary. said assessments on Thursday. Decem- ber 27. 1945. at Two o'clock P. M. of said day. at the office of the District in Pateros, Okanogan County. Washing- ton. at which time and place al persons objecting to the assessments as made. may be heard. Dated November 20th. 1945. BOARD OF DIRECTORS, LLRRABEE IRRIGATION DISTRICT By R.E. MANSFIELD. Secretary Corporate Seal Nov. 29 - Den 6 YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND A SHOWING OF K[[P if FRO Z[N Frigidaire's new full color sound slide film at a special meeting of the P. - T. A. in the High School Gymnasium Wednesday. December:- 12th 8:00 P. M. Assisting in the presentation will be a dis- cussion conducted by Mrs. Jas. Sonstelie She will cover in detail the proper methods of selecting, packaging, freezing, defrost- ing and serving of frozen foods. EVI/IRYONE IS WELCOME HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON H I| Q BRIDGEPORT [ wo,o. Bonds 00h.e MRS. CLARA WRIGHT UZ/// Mrs. HarrTLilly a--nd son Robt. ! ,-_L left Monday for seattle afte spending the week end at their home here "Bob" was recently discharged from the army He has   .ben in the army since Oct. 1942 and pent two ,,and a half years in ' -- Europe. s a  Mrs. Vern Ward Went to Wen- i / atchee Sunday to meet her hus- -/ band who has just been released, from the Navy. , . ; Pvt. Tex Troutman left Mon-   day for Camp Roberts after a vi- .  . sit with his paents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Troutman. a a . Oliver Dezellem taut three truck loads of cattle to Spokane , the first of the week. Alva Pitts - [and Elton Gordon went with him. "  I Mrs. Rex Yeager and son o '; Berkeley, California are h'ere vis- " iting at the Horace McAroy home. Mr. and ;{r; R*ay'Ramsey and i .... Mrs. B. F. Six of Brewster visitett t Mrs. Clara Wright Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Six recently  returned from Mrs. Wright's old , J ::: home town in Missouri. "M;s * * Mr. and . L. E M0nroe spent'the first of the. wek in Doris Pulsipher has returned to Miss Mary Bell of Wilbur was Wenatchee. Spokane after a visit with her a house guest at the. Braker home i. , , a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Pul- last week. She was with Miss DorrelMrS" acomp,aniedAhCe Green andthe MiSSEd Junewil. si^a..her ThehY, spent the holiday in Thelma Braker in the 50th Gen- u K w Mr. and Mrs. Herb eral Hospital Unit in ,Europe. son family to Spokane Sunday. I Weist * " " 1-- ' [ I Miss Marjorie Henton and bro- ther Ray and Howard Fulfur of S/k I E TIME! James Henton home. USE THE e Wm. Capb*ell hs returned OKANOGAN VALLEY from the ,coast where he attended an Oddfellows meeting and visited BUS LINES relatives. FOR FASTER MORE ;e" Mrs. Fra;k Ia s of Ephrata .\\;  COMFORTABLE SERVICE is here with her mother Mrs: V.M. / I Leave Chelan " 8:45 A.M. Piers, who is ill. LOOK YOUR BEST Leave Pateros ........ 9:15 A.M. Mrs. Herma: Corn;hl has re- " - Leave Brewster ...... 9:30 A.M. turned from a visit with relatives Shop "Hours Leave Bridgeport .. 9:50 A.M. on the coa.t. 8:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. Leave Mansfield .. 10:25 A.M. Saturdays and Days Mr. and Mr: le: Hicks and Befere a Holiday Arrive Spokane sons Paul and John left Saturday 8:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. for Moscow, Idaho to see Mrs.  1:40 P.M. Hick's father who is ill. Jake's Barber Shop Ben Six :nd*Sa:k )aling of E- Brewster, Washington Leave Spokane phrata were hre on business last Ul Monday afternoon. 5:15 P:M. Mr. and lIrs: Carl "Monroe and  I  I Arrive Mansfield .... 8:36 P.M. Mrs. Bertha Berry were dinner Arrive Bridgeport .. 9:10 P.M. guests at the Stanley Slade home Consult Us About Your Arrive Brewster .... 9:30 P.M. Sunday evening. Arrive Pateros ...... 9:45 P.M. Real Estate Problems Arrive Chelae . ..... 10:15 y.S. Mr. and Ir: ha;. Washburn and children, Mrs. Mollie Miller INSURANCE .... Fast Express Shipments and Miss Hethrington spent Sun ...... Made Daily day afternoon at the Harry Ryan  .r --o- home a Azwell. MORRIS INSURANCE Connections .At Pateros For Mr. and Mr; S. J: Slade .and AGENCY Sethow Valley Residents daughter Doris spent Tuesday in Brewster, Washington Wenatchee. . llllll 1 .--Buy Chrtmd Seals--- NOW AVA LABLE JOINT FILLER- WALL SIZE- VELLO PATCHING PLASTER-WHITE RE2: . Rez-Sealer & Wood Filler ' .GAMB00R cO. . BREWSTER, WASH. Your Doctor's Magic Eye! Just fifty years ago this November, Roent. gen discovered the X-ray--society's great. est weapon in ths war ogainst tuberculosis. in the advertising business . . . just get your potcntiQI customers to read your message . . . the ad man will help yu prepare your dvertising for this newspaper . . his only charge will be fo, the space used .... 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BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS The National, State and Local Tuberculosis Associations in the United States " DECEMBER 6, 1945 I SMITH I' FVnERAL HOME ! PATEROS /I I PEARNE SMITH ' / Mansfield,- Wednesday /[I Licensed Funeral Director i' Evenings By Appointment J/ We're cuffing down our waiting list...every day Right now, throughout the Pattie Coast, we are installing thousands of telephones. Every day our waiting list is being cut down. Our rate of progress in completing our un: filled orders is dependent upon the receipt of the necessary equipment from our manufac- turers who are going ahead as rapidly as pos- sible in reconverting from all-out war produc- tion to supplying our peacetime needs. Still, it will take some time before we ca/ provide service for everyone who wants it. Wherethc instrument itself is all that is needed, we are well on our way to take off the waiting list all such unfilled applications. But there are many places where we will have to build com- plicated switchboards.., others where we will have to put up entire new buildings. You may be certain, though, that your tele- phone is on the way and that we are doing everything humanly possible to hurry the day we bring it to you. Pacific Tel. & Tel. Company Tlephone - Pateros 01 Me stay ...i'm mg in the Army! I "First, I keep my present grade. "That means a lot. " "By reen]isting fdr 3 years I can pick my own branch of service in the Air, Ground or Service Forces, and can go to any overseas theater I wish. "I get my mustering-out pay, even though I'm reenlisting. Also, I get $50 a year reenlistment bonus for each year I've been in the Army. My dependents receive family allowances for the full term of my enlistment. And I'll be eligible for GI Bill of Rights bene- fits when I get out of the Army. "My food, clothes, quarters, medical and dental care are all supplied to me. And I can learn any of 200 skills or trades in the Army schools. "All of us who are reenlisting are going to have from 30 to 90 days' furlough at home with full pay and our travel paid both ways. And We'll have 30 days' fur- lough every year with pay. PAY PER MONTH-- ENLISTED MEN In Addition to Feed, Lodging, Clothes aM Medial hre r (a)--Plus 20% Increase for Service Overseas. (b) --Plus 50% if Member of Flying Crews, Parachutist, etc. () --Plus 5 % Increase in Pay for Each 3 Years of Service. "Any time after 20 years I can retire at half pay increas- ing year by year to three-quarters retirement pay after 30 years of service. And the time I've already served in active military or naval sewice counts toward my retire- ment time. Added up-reenlist- ment seems pretty sound to me/" JANUARY. 31, 1946 AN IMPORTANT DATE FOR MEN IN THE ARMY MEN now in Army who reenlist before February | will be teen- listed in present grade. Mea hon- orably discharged can reenlist within 20 days after discharge in grade held at time of dis- charge, provided they reenlist before February !, 1946. You may enlist AT ANY TIME for 11, 2 or 3 year periods. (One*year enlistments for men now in the Army with al least 6 months of service.) Slatting Base Pay Per Master Sergeant Month or First Sergeant ;g138.00 Technical Sergeant 114.00 Staff Sergeant . . 96.00 Sergeant .... 78.00 Corporal .... 66.00 Private First Class. 54.00 Private .... 50.00 MONTHLY ffi RETIREMENT INCOME AFTER: 20 Years' 30 Years" Service Service 89.70 $15.T" :' 74.10 128.25 62.40 108.00 50.70 87.75; 42.90 74.25 35.10 60.75 32.50 56.25 9r SEE THE JOB THROUGH REENUST NOW AT yOUR NEAREST U. S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION WENATcHEE Room 201, Post Office Amaex U.S. ARMY BEA "GUARDIAN OF VICTORY" AIR, GROUND, sEavIcE IFORCES