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December 13, 1945

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DECEMEqlo ..... ' __ _..ToR"y r , -" 18 More Days Guest Of Marcbesseaus 00PAT00Og 1946 Car License Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Max -, -v00 ' Marchesseau this week is Sgt. MRS. CHAS. MILLER Only 18 more days in which to F Charles Loha of New Brunswick, purchase your 1946 car license. IN. J. Sgt. Locha served with an I .... Infantry Dvrslon in the European All cars must have a new license theatre and was in a German pris- by January 1st. s I on camp until liberated by the 7th All out of state car and trucks ! Army iast April. He has just been must likewise have Washington ihnrably discharged from the license by January 1st. IArmy at Fort Ord, California. Radiant Health V,tal,ty i II, 0KANOGA00MERY CC, ]t'" OKANQGAN, ToNAsLE:,wOIN:HI::pE, MOLSON, TWISP Pateros Dads are having the Pateros streets dressed up with colored lights and decorations for Christmas. s I a Mr. and Mrs. Vic Holt of Man- J son were Sunday guests of Mr. land Mrs. George Ires. t $ s, ] Mr. and Mrs. 0mar Aslakson and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Harry Aslakson and family and Mr. and Mffs Olaf Olson were Sunday din- ner guests at the W. H. Olson home. e@ Mr. and. Mrs. V. G. Compain and daughter Janelle Ann, of St. Edwards, Nebraska, are visiting at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Huff. They expect to be here until after the Christmas holiday. Alvin Anderson and his partner Jack Avey went to Oroville on a business trip Monday then left for Oregon on business, on Tuesday. They expect to be away all week. a Betty Ri, cketts, Jean Stoolcey and Alice Amlerson went to Spo- kane on a shopping trip Friday. * I Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Meredith of Wenatchee were in Pateros last Monday on business and also visit- ing with friends: THE OPENING OF A MODERN ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR SHOP IN BREWSTER EXPERT CRAFTSMANSHIP PROMPT SERVICE ' ',HORT S SHO[ SHOP Brewster, Washington r friendliness in every sip of Martin's Beer. BEER ES, MORE than a half century ago Martin's formula was being used and developed. So regardless of time, of con- ditions and of effort you'll find no finer brew than the good Smo-o-oth brewed Martin's as it is today. Next time you want a good glass of beer . . . just you say . . . aals attempted to subscribe for daily ;papers from Spokane, Ta- coma anti Portland without re- sults. The reai" reason for this is not clear. Such subscription or: ders are forwarded to th news- papers arid some one in labor or management must have antici- pated all of these things in order to make the stoppage of daily newspapers complete. We know the newsprint situation makes such subscriptions undesirable but it is ap@arent that one side or the other or both feel that if the gen- eral public is sufficiently incon- venieneed that something may be done to force support for their side. Timber Workers Strike Presented Somewhat Different Problems Coming at a time when the na- tion had ben without new hous- ing .construction for years except special typ e of war housing, the stoppage was nothing less than criminal insofar as it's effect on housing for our returning veter- ans is concerned. It is common talk that most manufacturers had reac4ed the point in their earn- ings that practically all additional profits for he year would be aid to the :federal:g0vdrnment in tax- es. It is likewise public knowledge that prices of lumber have .gone up greatly in the past five years and the grzding 0f lumber has gone down ifi almost a compv:r- able degree. It is also well known that living costs have gone up and that the type of work performed by men in the lttmber trades is hazardous and hard, to say the last. In this instance as in most others, the general public is the most damaged. As a contribution to the welfare of the nation it would seem that both labor and management should contribute their share to settling their argu- ments without resorting to work stoppag e. Ther limit, SAVE TIME! USE HE OKANOGAN VALLEY BUS INES FOR FASTER MORE COMFORTABLE SERVICE Leave Chelan ........ 8:45 A.M. Leave Peteros ........ 9:15 A.M. Leave Brewster ...... 9:30 A.M. Lave Bridgeport .. 9:50 A.M. Lave Mansfield .. I0:25 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. Fast Express Shipments Made Dady ' .Connections At Pateros For Methow Valley Residmats NOTICE OF EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENTS OF BRIDGEPORT IRRIGATION DISTRICT NO. I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that the assessmen roll of the Bridgeport [rrigatLon for 1946 has been completed and delivered to the Board of Directors ud said assessment roll is now and will remain m the office of the Secre- tary of the District for the insleetion of all persons interested: and .that the Board of Directors will meet as a Board of Equ&Hzation to eqttalize said assess- ments on Thursday, January 3, 1946, in the Town Hall at 8:00 p.m. of said day. in Bridgeport, Washington, a( wlrJch time and place all persons ob- jecting o the assessments as made. may be heard. Dated December 5. 1945 BOARD OF DIRECTORS BRIDGEPORT IRRIGATION DISTRICT NO. 1 By Clyde A. Ham. Sec'y. Dec. 13 & 20 FOR SALE USED CARS Several 1941 ad 1942 Dodge Rconnaissance cars - four wheel drive in excellent mechanical dition - perfect prewar tires. "Make Mine Martin's" Lo,. of power. Both  pick-up amid a passenger car. A o 1-1941 Dodge four wheel drive plck-up. Choose the one you want at $595 Floor Mats - Robber & Insulated- Truck CLains - All Sizes GooJ 20 x 7:50 Truck Tires All sizes of Tra-.tor Tires and Tubes 1 New J. I. Case Cultivating type Tractor O- , Ch 00.vroht Co. Phone 11 Chelan, Wuh. I In every instance the ingredients that are selected for Martin's are chosen for Quality. Every mar- ket is carefully searched to uncover the absolute BEST of its kind . . . that's why time and again you'll come back to this gentle brew with the re- membered flavor. Made for Your Enjoyment by the . . . Omak Bottling Works, Dmak  Distributor Pateros City Water Commis- sioner Otto says they h/ve just finished an extension of water main for the school housing pro- Ihey b-ave mso msta led a ject.  .... l fire hydrant and ar installing an extension of about 800 feet of water main for the Nick Reneau homes which are nearing comple- tion on Riverside. A new street light has been paced near this property which is a real improvement for tiais sec- tion of town. Kings Daughters Christmas Party The bazaar and bake sale held by the Kings Datghters Saturday was a success and netted the or- ganization $146.0.0. Twenty-one of the Kings Daughters met at the home of Mrs. C. J. Steiner Tues- day evening for their annual Christmas party. A short business session then the meeting was turned over to the .pro'ram chairman. Games were enjoyed and also the ex- change of gifts. Delicious refresh- me nts were served by the hostesse Mrs. Steiner, Mrs. Sam Hail and Mrs. O. Olson. I BODY WORK IS ALL GUARANTEED BOTH CAR & SIGN PAINT- ING UPHOLSTERING, FINISHING AND ALL KINDS OF GEN- ERAL BODY REPAIR WORK RADIATOR REPAIRING AND ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM CHECK'-UP WORK CHELAN BODY AND FENDER WORKS JACK BLAIR, PROP. U| I DID YOU KNOW THIS ABOUT BREWSTEWS BASKETBALL TEAM? WE HAVE SOME OF TE BF_T BOYS ANYWHERE IN THtE COUNTY KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK Genuine Anti-Freeze SOLD IN GALLON OR FIVE GALLON LOTS hl . WORD MOTORS Phone 20 : Brewster CARIBOU THEATRE Brewster, Washington LAST TIMES TONIGHT THURSDAY DEC. 13 THE CONFLICT Humphrey Bogart and Alexis Smith TOPPER Constance Bennett and Cary Grant Plus Cartoon And News FRI.- SAT'. DEC. 14- 15 NAUGHTY NINETIES Abbott & Costello & Rita Johnson Plus Cartoon And News SUN.- MON. DEC. 16- 17 BRING ON THE GIRLS Veronica Lake and Sonny Tufts Plus Short Subject WED.- THURS. DEC. 19- 20 BARBARY COAST Joel McCrea and Miriam Hopkins TELL IT TO A STAR Ruth Terry and Rbert Livingstn Plus Short Subjec.,t MORE ON BILLBOARDS Last week in our explanation of billboard advertising we told you how billboards work to tell as many folks as possible that Wash- ington apples re on the market NOW. Two other points are in this concluding column today how through color they have great ye and taste "ppeal; and last, how billboard advertising stimu- lates ation. So first we'll take up appetite appeal and eye appeal. What is more tempting to the appetite than a lucious, red Wa3h- igton pple? It would be fine if w ,could @ut them Eght in front of all of our customers and pros- pects individually. But of course, we can't do this. However, with our outdoor advertising we do the next best thing. BIG PICTURES IN COLOR We put up giant pictures of our apples in all their tempting, mouth-watering col,or before a tremendous number of customers. Since the poster panels are 15 feet high by 25 feet wide (the largest units of advertising space that exist today) our picture gets tremendous punch from their large size. Then, too, outdoor ad- vertising enables us to use full color, showing our apples at their very best. And full color is important. If you doubt it, just put a black and and white pi,cture beside a full ,color picture of an apple. And in our business the Chinese proverb certainly pplies "A picture is worth 10,000 words." Outdoor advertising makes it ;possible for us to use the kind of full color pictures that really sell. Apples are prishable, as we all knd:: We must move them fast. We need .the kind of adver- tising that can "q_'ell 'era quick and tell 'em often." Outdoor ad- vertising does this through reach- irg so many people every hour of ".' d , i the ay, all over th'e cities we  want to reach. And it reachesgi them with eye-catching pictorial  advertising in full color.  SELLS THE GROCER, TOO  And so the grocer is sold too. '1 Like everyone else, the groc'er and his clerks get around the city to go to work, to do business, to go out for recreation and many other necessary activities of liv- ing. Since many of our billboards are right in shipping districts, the influenc on dealers is tremen- dous. That we know, for we've asked many of nem. Remember, too, that when the grocer has our WashirLgton apples in his store, they are his pro/perty, not ours. Therefore, he has a mighty prsonal reason for want- ing to sell them. When he sees oul: advertising of any kind, as he certainly does, he ties in with dis- p:ays that also help us to sell. And the moe he sells the more he buys from us. USED BY THE BEST WWre in good company using outdoor advertising. Leading food advertisers such as Heinz, Kel- I.ogg, Best Foods, Kraft, Safeway and many others have been long tithe; consistent users of outdoor adverHsing -- many of them 12 months a year. The real proof for us, thottgh, lies not in what has b'een the ex-perience of other ad- vertisers, but with our own exper- ience. Our experience has been very good, and is very definitely con- firfned, as we mentioned above, by hundreds of dealers that our dealer service men cuil on. These dealers, in the last analysis, are really our salesmen. They have their ,close contact with Mrs. Housewife ev'ery day of the month and year. Their opinions are sound. Thus, in continuing our out- door advertising as a part of our advertising .program we are con- firming the judgment of our gro- cer friends as to good advertising ,policy in seLing Washington State Apples. Washington State Apple Co00slon " I II I I I I "i , !