Newspaper Archive of
Quad City Herald
Brewster, Washington
January 1, 1932     Quad City Herald
PAGE 3     (3 of 4 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 4 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
January 1, 1932

Newspaper Archive of Quad City Herald produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

i ii iii i LOCAL HAPPENINGS Mr. and Mrs. D. L Gillespie enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. Joe Couture at Christmas Dinner $ $ $ $ Mrs. Joe Miller left Saturday for Wilbur whe'e she will visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Madsen. $  $ $ Charles Hacker and son Alvin were business visitors in Brewster Mon- day. $ * * * Mrs. E. R. Tyler is back on duty at the post office after several weeks absence,because of illness i $ @ $ $ Mrs. Frank Rubin of Malott visit- ed Tuesday and Wednesday with her sister Mrs. Cliff Gillespie. Miss Dorot y Massie, who is teach- ing at Molson, is home to spend the holidays with her mother. $ $ $ $ The Misses Bernice and Marian Basset( arrived Christmas night from Seattle for a visit with their brother! and friends. $ * $ William Woods left Friday for E1- lensburg after a short visit at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Woods. $ $ $ $ Miss Lorna Wick came up-from Wenatchee Thursday to spend Christ - mas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wick. $ $ * Jack Bassett returned Sunday from a short trip to Seatttle. Richard re- mained in Seattle where he has a position. $ $ $ ql Miss Louise Fries left Monday for Seattle. In Seattle she will join her brother who is taking her to Port- land where she will be empolyed by the Good Samaritan Hospital INI nl I I I I I I LOCAL HAPPENINGS Mr and Mrs. Clyde Whitinger of Chelan visited at the home of Mr. ....... BR.EWST,R HERALD. BREWSTER WASHINGTON i llll i I i LOCAL SOCIAL EVENTS i :rod Mrs. R E. Whitinger. i Mr. and Mrs. Chet Gilden have re- The Sunday Supper Club was en- turned from Seattle wherc they spent tertamed by Mr. and Mrs. Norman the past week visiting relatives Evans of Brewster Bar. Mr and Mrs Paul Six of Reardon t Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Plemons en- drove over Christmas eve to spend tertained Mr. and Mrs. Dew of Wen- the week-end with Mr. Six's parents Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Six. : * $ * Mrs. Paul Bramhall and infant daughter returned home Christmas Day from the Deaconess hospital in Wenatchee. Miss Frances Bailey who has been visiting Annie Woods here has gone to Seattle for a short visit with rela- tives and will return in a few days $ $ * $ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vauffhan of the Bar visited, Christmas, at the home of their daughter Mrs. E. Thompson of Omak. Mrs. I, C. Gustin returned home December 2,l from Wenatehee, where she has been receiving medical at- tention at the Deaconess hospital. $ $ $ The Civic League will meet next Thursday at the home of Mrs. Lizzie Gillespie. atchee, Christmas. Mrs. Dow is a sister of Mrs. Plemons. z;: , * * Christmas dinner guests :it the H. Holt home were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. William McDowell anti family of Methow. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Pettit had as Christmas guests, Mrs. Pettit's broth- er Mr. Earl Hunt, Mrs. Hunt and their son Harold of Cashmere. Dinner guests at the Wilmer Woods home Christmas were Miss Francis Bailey, "Uncle Joe" Ervin, Wilmer Moore and Bob Anderson. Guests at the J. W. Geissler home for Christmas were Mr. and Mrs. Alva Rutledge, Wilfred Moore, Don- ald and Harold Millberry. $ $ $ Mr. and Mrs. Dee Glascock had as Saturday night the Arizona t ......... l tneir wnristmas guests mr. and rors. Wranglers broadcasting from Holly- _ .......... u u orris ot tsriagepor ann tr. wood, played a number for Dr. and: " " r,..  -" .......... and Mrs. Merle Attrldge and chdd- xvxa. J=J. I'. IYIUr(IOCK OI TWtSp, tnang- ren. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sorenson of Wenatehee are visiting over the holi- days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Bell on Brewster Flat. Mrs. Sorenson is Mr. Bell's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wldtinger en- ing them for a box of Washington apples. Mrs. H. L. Washburn and son Wal- ter came home from Seattle in time to spend Christmas at home. Mrs. Washburn has been staying in Seattle with her father Mr. E. Darlington who has been quite ill. Mr. Darling- tertained with a Watch Party New ton also came home much improved ............. . . ' ....... t xears ve. tnvltea guests were vnss in health, lie is at the nome oi mS]Verna Waddell, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff son Ernest in Pateros. Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. EmelT Cran- "idall' Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Bell and Ray Whitinger. * * $ $ Employes of this Electric Service Company Sincerely Wish You A MERRY CHRISTMAS and A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR W00HI WATE R pWER [_ I I I I -'"Prices Effective: JAN. 2 to JAN. 4, Inclusive i i ii i w iJ i Crystal White, 10 for Cleans enamel and porcelain, Each Waldorf, each SOAP BABO =')I'LET PAPER SUGAR10 Pounds Mrs. Nettle Whitinger entertained at her home Christmas day with a dinner party. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Whitinger of Chelan, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Whitingex and family of Brewster Fiat, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Smith, Dee Smith, Francis and Ray Whitinger. Christmas eve a group of twenty one young people went a-carrolling. In the early evening they went to the D. D. Holland home where they were served with weiners, buns and cocoa. Then they continued their trip a- round town singing Christmas carols. Later they adjourned to the Wihner Woods home where dancing was in order. The Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges here will hold a joint installa- tion of officers, Tuesday night Jan- uary 5 at the lodge rooms. All Odd Fellows and RebekMts are urged to be present. D. B. Fletcher and Mrs. E. R. Tyler will be the installing of- ricers. $ $ i $ Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Phipps had'as guests Christmas, Mrs. Vollmer and Mrs. Nylander of Couer d' Alene, Mrs. Yowcll of Bremerton and Mr. and Mrs. Banby of Seattle. Mrs. Vollmer, Mrs. Banby and Mrs. Yew- ell are sisters of Mrs. Phipps and' Mr. Nylander is her father. The American Legion AuAliary met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Max Goehry. About seventeen mem- bers were present. New officers were to have been installed but this lind to be postponed as Mrs. Nickell #}AC] ] of Tonasket, Ninth District President Ilwas unable to be present. The next |t meeting will be in Pateros with Mrs. 10001100, FLOUR MacMarr, 49 Ib bag 98 i I JAP ORANGES, Box of 4 dozen .......................................... 95c CRANBERRIES, 2 lbs ..................................................................... 2Sc GRAPE FRUIT, each ........................................................................... 5c CABBAGE, Per lb .................................................................................... 5c SWEET SPUDS, Per lb | I I I I .I LOCAL HAPPENINGS Ed Lesard of Twisp was transact- ing business here Thursday. Carl Allison and Norman Evans ol Brewster Bar were transacting busi- ness in Brewstcr Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wright wevg to Oroville Thursday to visit Mr Wright's sister Mrs. Brumbaugh. The regular meeting of the W. C. T U. was hehl Wednes(hly evening at the borne of Mrs. Nettle Whiting- er. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Plews of O- mak, returned to their home Saturda5 after spending Christnms with Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Howell. Jams Atkinson visited it few days last week at home and returned to I British Columbia where he has taken a logging contract. $ * * $ Miss Mildred Six spent the holi- days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Six. Miss Six teaches school on the coast. One of the largest Christmas din- ner parties was that at the Dr. C. R. Mcl4inley home. Dr. and Mrs. C. R. McKinley entertained some thirty relatives anti friends. $ * * The Ladies Aid postponed their regular meeting because of the holi- days. The next meeting is to be held January 15. It is not yet de- cided where the meetin.g' will be hehl. * * $ Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Downing spent Christmas in Ephrata at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hunter. They were accompanied by Mrs. Downing's sister Mrs. Harper of Kent who is visiting Mrs. Downing. MORE LOCALS ON LAST PAGE BAR SCHOOL GIVES PROGRAM A Christmas program was given at the Bar School December 23 under direction of Mrs. McMillan, teacher. A large crowd of parents and friends of the students were in atten- dance. The program follows: Song: "Christmas Time Is Near" Playlet: "The Light in the Window" given by Lila Atchison, lla Holler Ralph Holler, Hubert Fenton, Alta Van Cleave and Donahl MeMillan. i Song : "Ting a llng ling," and Rhythm band Recitation: "School Sickness," Hu- bert Fenton. Playlet: "The Stranger Chikl,." by Howard Baltz, Dorothy Fenton, Roy Fenton, Ralph Heller, Irene Mead, Lila Atchison and Lola Renn. Song: "Up on the House Top," by Primary grade. Recitation: by Alta Van'Cleave. Drill Bells .Recitation by Babe Mead. Playlet: "Christmas Miracle," Christ- mas Spirit, Lila Atchison; Candles, Dorothy Fenton, Elsie Baltz, 'Juanita Cross; Elf, Gerald Stout; Children, Barbara Hopfinger and Shirley Mon-i roe; Tinsel, Lola Renn, Irene Mead, Ila Heller; Ice King, Donald MeMill- an; Frost Spirits, Howard Baltz, Ivan Cross. Song: by boys, "taoinetaoietaoiiiiet Song: "Santa is Coming," by boys, whistling chorus. Recitation: "Camel's Complaint," by Ralph Holler. by Ivan Cross. Playlet: "Almost Wasn't Christmas," by Barbara Hopfinger, Duane Mead, h'ene Mead, Vernon Van Cleave, Gerald Stout, Juanita Cross, Lola{ Renn, Ila Holler, Max Holler, Blily[ Milner, Adele Fenton. Recitation: "Telephoning Santa," by Adele Fcnton, Recitation by Shirley Monroe. Song by Lois Monroe. Playlet: "Christmas Toy Shop," by i iii i un I Ill I Mrs. Jane Branton, passed away Dolladine, Shirley Monroe; Jack-in- Christmas night at her homo in box, Warren Cross; Noah's Ark, I- Monse. She had been ill for several van Cross, Billy Milner, M:tx Holler, months. Death was due to hear Duane Mead; Wooden soldiers, Roy trouble. She was 67 years of age Fenton and Vernon Van Cleave; No- and one of the pioneers of the st'ate, gor (loll, Adele 1 enton; Ir nch (loll, Mrs. Branton came to the Okan- Barbara Hopfinger; Cry baby, h'ene ogan country from Pomeroy in 1916. Mead; Shopman, Don McMillen; Wife She engaged in sheep raising soon Dorothy Fen(on; Santa Claus, tlubert after coming here and was consider-Fenton; M,g, Loin l{emt; Martin, ed a most successful business we- Howard Baltz. man. The. body was transferred to Recitation by q]illy Milner. Pomeroy by Undertaker Yarwoo(I. Credit is due Mr. Atchison, Lot Interment was made in the family "Monroe, Peggy Milner, Margaret plot. I Thayer, Flsie Baltz, Genevieve Renn, Besides a great many friends she. Dutch Cross, Ralph McMillen, Bert leaves a daughter Mrs. Hazel Rose of lHeller and Mrs. Stout for their as- Monse and a son Harry of Brew-isis(ante in making this program a ster to mourn her departure, success. LOCAL HAPPENINGS * * * = JANUARYI, 1932 ll , iiii Ill Now they are talking about ch':mg- ing the football rules again. We are in favor of one which will a'equire all cher leaders to wear strait-jackets. Dr. and Mrs. C. R. McKinley left i.14ItH14 :Wednesday evening for Seatth i'ora Come To The 50c Dance i few days visit. , , , , At Mr. and Mrs. llarley Gates (if Wenatehee were visiting in Brew,-:t,.r the first of the week. Mrs. Gates was formerly Mrs. Ed Englert of this city and is a sister of Mrs. l,. S. Dowell. BEN SMITH ILL; NOW IN SEATTLE A letter from Mrs. Ben Smith, who ,vith Ben Smith is taking an extend- ed vacation in Seattle, states that 'en is ill iv} bed. Mr. Smith got out d! bed in the night and fell while ,valking across the room. He was dcked up and immediately put to bed again. The letter states that it 's feared the trouble may be a paral- :tic stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Smith went to Se- :ttle recently leaving the Cash Gro- :cry in charge of Tom Estelle. The neat market is in charge of Vie How- ,:11. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Smith hope that Mr. Smith's illness is )ver and that they have a most liap- )y New Year. PIONEER HOTEL APARTMENTS Wenatchee, ...... Wash. lie( & Cold Water--Shower & Tub Baths Low Rates--Cooling System Corner of First & Mission St. Across From Cascadian Garage Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Barron PROPRIETORS 42 Years Residence M00LOTT SAT. NITE, JAN 2, 1932 Starts at 8:30 Closes at I A. M. Old time & mo'dern music BOB & LEE'S Peppy 4- piece Orchestra CASEY JONES, Managor We Extend To Our Friends And Patron Best Wishes For A MERRY CHRISTMAS and a 1 I[IHapPy andProsperous]] ./IkLL H00i[= to a mighty com[orting bed f el low ! We00tinn00thounse l00lertri 0000Warnnninnl00 Pad J HERE'S COMFORT--, an electric warming pad, for sick room and bed. room and for the fresh air enthustast. HERE'S VALUE---regular price $6.95. Now reducedfor January only to $4.95--and you need pay only 95c down, $1 a month. HERE'S QUALITY--made by West- inghouse. Soft and light at eiderdown, three degrees of heat. ,j s I L R00Jun00't The sad part about it is that the supply is limited and you will have to hurry to get yours. Heat the r m o static. ally controlled. Will not interfere with radio reception. Get yours todav, snug and warm to. night! Red:ced ,.,- $4.95 $1 a Month $4.65 Cash i