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. DECEMBER 20, 1945 HERALD-REPORTER, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON PAGE 7 HOLIDAY GREETINGS BR,DOEPOrT mrmATIOn DIsTRmT t o,n : p.m. of .,d e " iers h el .F1taLI..,J R w Jack Nickell has be'en honor- v.l/' NOTICE IS HEREByNO" 1 GIVEN, that ii'h:'!:;i!eePasl'teehP:::S:de!' Elt:trO!:f" ' " " bet I 5,: 1945 " ' ' " Frilay with Mrs.G:dwilbur" eRilcketts eawt t ' .... D'e MRS. CHAS. MILLE HeablYBarbara.hasdiSchargedHereCentlYwBs a memberfrmbeentheat of ArmY'santathe l1J jDNTV ..... WD,, F l,l Y ., the assessment roll of the Bridgeport r 1 Irrigation for 1946 has been completed and delivered to the Board of Direct .... t:d ecem tapster ::Danie!s" s expected, fmous 42nd Rainbow infantry 1 p,l,l,  willand remainSald assessmentln the officerll ofiS thenWsecre-and llllt/isrull'' BOARD OF DIRECTORSIIiltltA.rlu_N III'IIUT .... as co-hostess., The. principal .busi- home rom overseas Deiore um-lst- diwision under command of Major ,e_l tar h MTI:II r tary of the District for the inspection 'NO. 1 hess waS emctmn of o.fflcers, mas. Harry J. Collins. He was a Ger- llk$gkl*Ikl]l of all persons interested: and that the By Clyde A. Ham, Sec'y. which were as fctlows: President, Board of Dh'ectors will meet as. a Board Did You See The Brewster Bears Wallop Okanogan Last Friday Night? Don't Miss Saturday Night's Game With Twisp! Betty Harrison ; Vice-president, Mrs. George Braker of Brewster; and Secretary-treasurer, Mrs. B. Ricketts. Refreshments were served to eight members: CHRISTMAS PARTY The Junior Womens ,Club haa thtir Christmas party on Tuesday I evening, December 18th, at the I home of Mrs. Ray Burgett. There was an exchange of Christmas gifts. They plan on giving a 3-act in Jan. called "Nine Girls." Jim Grover of Pateros is ill in the Omak Hospital. His sons Mim of Wenatche, Wayne of Seattle and Dave of Brewster are at his bedside. Mr. and * M;s. 'L. *A. Gillesie lft Tuesday for several weeks vacation in Mexico City. IVrs.*Jack " Mr. and Thrapp were in Omak Tuesday. * *L--eo Mr. and Mrs. nard Holt were Omak v,isitors Tuesday. Anti-Freeze SOLD IN GALLON OR FIVE GALLON LOTS i I , ! BATTERIES. BATTERIES. LET US TAKE THE WORRY OUT OF YOUR WINTER STARTING WORD MOTORS HERE ARE SOME ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT BUS TRAVEL TODAY... Q. How about holiday travel.--will buses be crowded? A. Yes, it is expected that buses will still be very crowded this holiday season. Although the. war is over, the Wash- ington. Motor Coach System will still be in "military" service for a while. Thousands of dischargees, others trav- eling on qurlough, and war workers returning to their per- manent homeg will be depending on buses. Q. Have schedules been speeded up?  .'. A. Yes, the Washington Motor Coach System's new time- saving schedules now get you to your destination ao0ner, and this stepped-ip service allows us to make better and m6re eiclent use of our:buses. (-.I . Q. HOW Can we pZa' our tr1s we1? A. Please get complete schedule and fare information well in advance of departure. Please avoid unnecessary trips at rush periods . . . on week-ends, immediately before and after holidays. .Q. How soon can we expect to ride in new buses? . The Washington Motor Coach System has already received some new buses, and has others on order. Present plans call for replacement oT a large portion of our fleet by the end of 196. New Super Coaches, special tours and other improvements will soon make travel by highway mors lfleasant than ever before! Please RETURN HIP BOOTS YOU BORROWED Need Them Badly E. J. HALLENBACH Old Stubbs Place Brewster Flats Brewster BREWsTER DRUG CO. PHONE 21 Mr. and Ir: All Blackh.:tll man prisoner for three months.. are visiting at the hOLlne of his His brother Leland is in the Phil- father this week. ippines. , BOTH CAR & SIGN PAINT- * * * * ING The Intermediate girls Sunday DINNER PARTY school class of the Pateros Meth- odist Church gave their former teacher, Mrs. Lester Green, a sur- prise birthday dinner Friday even- irg at her home in Azwell. 'Mr. D. G:ov:r :f Monroe is vi- " " * e stlng" with his daught r and fam- ily, Mr. ,and Mrs. O. Olson. He may spend th'e winter here. Georg'e Parks o 0 anogan was in Pateros with friends this wek. He was taking inventory for the Woodbury Lumber ComFany. The Fres;m:n lass of the Pa- teros High School gave a party for the Eighth Graders Friday evening at the school. Games were 'enjoyed and refreshments served. The Sophomores of P. H. S. 'ave the high school students a dance Wednesday evening, Dec. 19th. The Methow Valley Pioh- eers furnished the music. *S,c o - The Par'eros o Christmas lroga;am with Santa Claus and treat will be Thursday evenino', December 20th, at the School Gym. The P.-T. A. will provide the Christmas treats. Evercone is invited to come. The Pate;os *G;an;e 949 will ave their Christmas party with anta Claus, tree and treats Fri- day evening at the Rebecca Hal at 8:00 p.m. All members and families are invited to b presen:. Mr. and hr; Iill Jessup and fmily from Woodruff, Kansas are visiting- Mr. Jessup's brother, Roy Jessup and family of Azwell. They plan on staying for the Christmas holidays. Emery Win;on" I;M 1--C has be_en ............... discharged from the army. He was with the SeeB'e for three years and was in Okin- awu duria the terrible typhoon this fall. He is the son of Mrs. Christina Winton of Pateros. Th'e Town Couit*'of Pateros h;as given impetus to the demand for a Youth Center. They will furnish a building site to any or- o anization who will undertake to sponsor the building proo'ram. The preliminary survey for a nnodern sewage disposal system for Pateros has been compl'eted. The survey was made by Parker & Hill, Seatt.e, who will eng'ineer the project. Estimated cost will be $101,000. Mrs. Lee Harrison entertained eight of her fri'ends at a Christ- mas dinner party Tuesday even- ing. After dinner she had a truth and consequence program and distributed gifts for correct ans- wers. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Emerson are both ill with the fro. Another se* o; flu is that of Mrs. Cleatis Key. A special Chris00as servic00 will be presented at the Brewster Episcopal Church Sunday evening December 23rd at 8:15 p.m. The- ,public is cordially invited. Who was that fancy figure skater having such a good time on the pond Brewster has provided for ice skating Wednesday night? 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. Ill FOR SALE UTAH COAL IMMEDIATE DELIVERY PHONE .27-M  BRIDGEPORT WASHINGTON .MOTOR COACH SYSTEM  . A llama is pretty stupid, the book says. And the book must be right because who ever heard of a llama order- ing Shell Heating Oil deliv- ered to the Andes, (It's cold there, too.) For clean-burning, de- pendable warmth at your house, just call SHELL OIL COMPANY - INCORPORATED - BREWsTER - PHONE 68 - 1F52 ;H BEER Omak Made for ENJOYMENT by the YaMma Valley Brewing Company Selah, Washington Bottling Works, 9mak Distributor CARIBOU THEATRE Brewster, Washington LAST TIMES TONIGHT THURSDAY DEC. 20 BARBARY COAST Joel McCrea and Miriam Hopkins TELL IT TO A STAR Ruth Terry and Rbert Livingstn Plus Short Subject FRI.- SAT. DEC. 21- 22 CALL OF THE WILD Clark Gable and Loretta Young Plus Cartoon And News SUN.- MON. DEC. 23- 24 PRINCESS AND THE PIRATE Bob Hope and Virginia Mayo Plus Cartoon And News TUESDAY- WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY DEC. 25- 26- 27 SON OF LASSIE Peter Lawford and Donald Crisp HITCHIKE TO HAPPINESS AI Pearce and Dale Evans Plus Short Subject