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t - - ,- ; - - u . ] t B,= ....  - . =  ,- -  ....... =   . _ .... . Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sawyer enter- WILL IMPROVE MORE FINANCE f MRS. CHAS. WHITLEY O.T. PETERSON HEADS tained the Sunday Supper Club thisJ CARIBOO THEATRE FOR GROWERS! REPOTED ILL COIvilvtRClAL CLyB week. &apos; , [ ABOUT YOU/ ' - Work will be started at once in, was reeeiveo r rmay morn-, Mr. and Mrs. George Lippeneott i the I "kpple grow. ..... oon need aid u Word . ............ [ At it meeting of the Brewster Com- , , , , were dinner guests blonday night of interior of the Car,boo Theatre. Iheiin the way of finances and plansaze 'lug' that Mrs ('has Whirler'is quite mrlai Club held Wednesday, Mr. Don't forget to register. The books are now open at the Herald office. $ -$ $ Bert Berry of the Bar was shop. ping in Brewster Friday. Virgil Black of Wenatehee trans- acted business in Brewster Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allison of the Bar visited in Brewster Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Munson of Okanogan visited with relatives d friends in Brewster Sunday. Mrs. A. D. Glascoek and ehildeen were shopping in Oread" and Okanog- an Monday. Miss Verna Waddell is visiting at the home of Miss Laverne Fox in Okanogan. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Snyder of Methow were Brewster visitors Tues- day. * * 4 Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCartney made a business trip to Pateros the last of the week. The Covey family has moved to Omak where they will make their home. Robert Whitinger, Wm. Bell, Mart Smith and son Dee motored to Pater- os Thursday. * $ * * John Gebbers and Frank Mowatt .made a business trip to Wenatehee Tuesday. * $ * * Miss Bonnie Branton returned Saturday from Wenatchee where she had been visiting. John Branton has gone to Foster Creek where he will visit for a short time with Clyde Dowell. U * t Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stevens have returned from Oregon where they visited relatives for several weeks. Mrs. F. J. Willett of Okanogan is visiting her daughter Mrs. C. D. Gil- lespie. Frank Glham of Okanogan visit-i ed a short time Tuesday with D. L.I Gillespie. Mr. Graham was on his way to Wenatchee. $ * * es Mr. and Mrs. Merle Attridge. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Allyn had as house guests over the week end Mr. anti Mrs. M. V. Stephens of Seattle. A surprise dancing party was giv- en by Paradise Hill people in honor of Mr. Potter last Saturday night. The dance was held in the cookhouse at the mill. * *. * * The Amelican Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Ely Meredith in Pateros. The next meeting will be January 27 with Mrs. William Doran as hostess. * * $ $ Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Plemons en- tertained at bridge Saturday even- ing. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allison, Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morris, Mr. and Mrs. M. Belcher and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plemons. Mrs. Roy Plemons was pleasantly surprised Friday evening with a party, the occasion being her birth- day. Bridge was played. Those pres- ent were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Pie.m- oss, Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Howell and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plemons $ *, * Mr. and Mrs. Max Goehry enter- tained with the first of a series of parties at their home Saturday night. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. George i Braker, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Slade, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Phipps, Mrs. Esther Vollmen, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Down- ing', Mrs. V. Harper: Dr. and Mrs. C. R. McKinley, Mrs. Forrest Six, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Peterson, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gilden. High scores were won by Mrs. Slade and Mr. Braker. Mrs. R. A. Downing entelalned with dessel bridge Tuesday after- noon at her home. Those present were: Mesdames E. R. Tyler, Forrest Six, F. H. ,Phipps, O. T. Peterson, Harry Phipps, Max Goehry, Lynn Allyn, Byron Stubbs, James Atkinson, Bruce Plemons, Roy Plemans, Alva Rutledge, Esther Vollmer, John Geis- sler, T. H. Pettit, C. R. McKinley. First prize was won by Mrs. Max Goehry and second by Mrs. E. R. Ty- 'ler * * * t Five members of the Civic I:eague entertained at a benefit dessert house has been closed for the past month and the improvements will be rushed that the theatre may be re- opened by early March or the latter part of February. Plemons & Holland, managers of the Car,boo wilI have the interior celled with "Firtex," this will give the room proper insulation against weather, nmking' it cooler in summer and warmer in winter. This sealing will also add to the quality of the sound, which is already recognized as the best in Okanogan county. It is planned to stwt up the thea- tre with one of the very best pieture.s available, when the doors are opened to tle show-goers. The cost of the improvements will be about $500, W, C. T. U. TO HOLD VICTORY BANQUET The annual Victory Banquet of the W. C. T. U. here will be held in the Congregational Church Saturday evening. The banquet will start at 6:80 p, m. Mrs. Ralph Breshears of Omak, county president will act as toast- mistress. The program will be op- ened by the Rev. J. U. G. Stiverson of Tonasket who has considerable ability as a speaker and his talk will be a treat for Brewster people. Miss Lois Milliean of Tonasket and well under way to get help from the U. S. Credit Bank in Spokane. The Yakima and Hood River fruit grow.- ers are now sharing' $14,000,000 ii loans. It is believed that some plqn will be worked out to obtain funds from the Spokaqe banl to assist in finan- cing production costs of orchardist:; in the Wenatchee-Okanogan distric(: during 1 ,)32. COMMUNICATION I Ontario, Ore, Jan. 12, 1932 Postmaster, Brewster, Wash. Dear Sir: It may int(west those who knew him at Brewster to know that my see h'a N. King never recovered fro.m blood poisoning that set in after in- jury to his hand some two years ago. He passed away on the 5th inst. lie lay three months in a hospita it Spokane and getting no better, h sent for my oldest son to come a!- ter. Son went and brought him hom, Yours truly G. L. KING GRANDMA SNOW WELL; 95 YEARS OLD TODAY I Grandma Snow, mother of l). L. Gillespie, reached her 95th birthda:, i today, Friday. She is quite well con- Clark Copple pep singing. also being prepared in which 20 young people will take part. Greetings will be extended by Mrs. Nettle Whitinger, who is president of the Brewster organization. Mrs. J. V. Hansen of Okanogan will be call. ed upon for an address. ;Ferd. J. Schaaf will speak on "The Letter of the Law," and Ms. Ella M. Watkins will speak on "The Spirit of the Law." The meeting will also en- joy a talk by Rev. Noble Stutsman of Manses. Another feature on the program will be a song' by Loren Hatcher, noted Omak vocalist. Another musical treat will be a number of accordions selection by Rev. Ung'ema of Watery, lie. All in all the banquet promises to be a great success. ' BREWSTER MEMBERS ATTEND JOINT MEET of Croak, will lead the sidering her age. She does consider A surprise number is able work about the household an<: i only complains when there is no worl, to do. Grandma fell about a year agt, and doctors believed size fractured a hip, but this she would not have and today she is quite active, althoug'l since the accident she has been .mor feeble. Doctors said she would no[ walk again, but she stated she woul( fool them. Mrs. Snow eam.e to this country: or at least the Big Bend country 48 years ago and took up a homestead about five miles across the Colum- bia river from Chelan Falls. Sh came out in a covered wagon fron" Kansas. Betty Gillespie, Mrs. Snow's great granddaughter is seven years old o] the same day, Friday, January 15, Mrs. Snow has registered and says she will vote for Herbert Hoover She laments the fact that he has such ia hard administr'ttion after the l ill. She recently came from Seattle ! where she received medical treatment. The word that she was ill was given us by Fred Owens who drives the Bridgeport stage. Mr. aud Mrs. Chas. Whitley have a ranch across the riv- er from Brewster. Wc wish Mrs. Whith.y a speedy recovery. ROBT. LIDDELL DIES; SMITH'S ARE CALLED Robert Liddell, of Tacoma, broth- er-in-law of Mrs. Ben Smith, died last week in that city. Mr. Liddell was in Brewster a year ago and was planning on opening a shoe shop in the M. D. Smith building on Third street. On account of poor health Mr. Liddell left for Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Smith were call- ed to Tacoma from Bremerton where they are visiting their dranddaughter M. Harry Hatch. O. '1. Peterson was elected preshtent, L. L. Allyn was electad .vice-president and W. C. Iarailtoa re-elected an i ! secretary-treasurer. Trustees elected wece Moors. Geisaler, Roy Smith, McPhrson, Miller and Pendleton. The lub will hold its monthly banquet next Wed- nesday in the Congregational church. Heretofore the banquets were held in the hotel, but Mr. and Mrs. Haan- ilton arc not h(:re to al'raltge d.tails, The Ladies Aid will serve the sapper. Tickets are on sah, at i}. Brewster Drug Co. NEW COUNCILMEN TAKE OVER DUT,ES At the eou.eil m,,',: \\;',,i,::.,. day night Max (;,,.;,y :,;d A. . Nelson were sv, rl il(.) 1" ]('c'. 'V':u.y Were electe '::: !' . :. :\\;ii. Goehry g,. "1 " , :: t, :',: '. 't and M.. :: J ., ', : .'. Charter No. 9170 Reserve D;:,t,,;:I No. 12" REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BREWSTER IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DEC. 31, 1931 RES()UICES Loans and discou,ts ................................................................... $62,175.,10 Overdrafts .......................... .... ............................................................. 20.86 United Stah,s Governnzent securitbs owned ............................ 22,180.45 Other bonds, stocks and securities owne(t ................................. 16,272.83 Banking house, $l,349.72; Furniture aml fixtur $2,000.00 .... 3,349.72 Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank ............................................... 1,863.16 Cash and due from banks ........................................................ 21,,170.2,1 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due fl'onl U. S. Treasurer . ....... : ........ .......................... i" ........... ..." ................. 812.50 Other assets ............................................................ L ........................ 48.60 TO'I?A I. .............................. : .............................................. $131,193.7(; LIABI LITIES Capital stock paid in ................................................................. $25,000.00. Surplus .................................... ... ..................................... : ............. 5,000.00 Undivided profits---net .................................................................. 2,032.76 Circulating notes outstanding .................................................. 16,250.00 ... Due to banks, including certified rand cashiers' checks outstanding ................................................................................ 1,552.25 Demand deposits .......... .... .............................................................. 53,277.87 Time deposits ............................................................................ 10,265.57 Bills payable and rediscounts ....................................................... 17,815.31 TOTAI .............................................................................. $131,193.76 State of Washington, County o,f Okanogan, ss: /, W. G. Morris, Cashier of tlw above-named ba,k, do soleumly W. C. Hamilton spent the week- end in Spokane with Mrs. Hamilton who is receiving medical treatment there. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sampson re- turned from Spokane, Saturday. Mr. Stmpson underwent two operations in Spokane and is greatly improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gillespie of Okanogan spent Sunday with their daug'hter Mrs. James Crand',dl. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Swift of Endicott, who have been visiting in Okanog- an, accompanied them. bridge Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joe Millet'. Those present were: Msdames R. A. Down- ing, ,V. Harper, J. Geissler, Ella Ramsey, A. L. Colyar, Sam Morris Clifford Gillespie, O.T. Peterson Max Goehry, Bruce Plemons, James Crandatl, I,ester Dowell, T, H. Pet- tit and the hostesses Mrs. Ed Fox, Mrs. G. S. Asbury, Mrs. Downing. Mrs. Owings, Mrs. S. V. Howell, Mrs. Roy Plemons and Mrs. Joe Miller. This party is the first of a series. The next will be held Thursday, Jan- uary 28. The next regular meeting' of the Civic Lea,gue will be hehi on January 21 with Mrs. S. V. Howell. Prices Effective: JANUARY 16 to JANUARY 20, Incl. i ,,,, , A number of Odd Fellows of this city left in the early evening Tues- day enroute to Wenatchee where he Watewille, Okanogan and Wen- atchee Encampment branches held a joint installation of officers. D. B. Fletcher of Brewster was in- stalled as Chief Patriarch of the Ok- anogan Encampment. This office was recently held by Chet Tupper who was installed as High Priest. C. C. Gillespie, Glen Widel and Francis Whitinger were also installed as En- campment officers. WANT ROAD FROM KARTAR TO MONSE A petition is being circulated a- round the Kartar district, asking that a road be built from Mouse up the Columbia river to Nespelem. There. seems to be strong support in favor of such a highway. It is claimed in the petition that the road would save farmers of that district many miles' to the highway near Brewster on the route to Wenatchee. I Also the proposed road could be BUTTER Ok..o,.. Creamery, 1 Ib .7__ c kept open in Winter. -- It would give people in the Kartar district a much shorter route to out- SATURDAY & MONDAY oNL7 i side poi ------ - - I I III I IIII qll ........... i I n. EGGS FreshLocal Standa-a ' 25 c , ..., ozen --  FIRE DESTROYS SALMON c MORRISof unknown originRESIDENCEcompletely I 27 . Pink, 3 Cans .... ---- Fire destroyed and home belonging to COFFEE ...... 29 ,.,.,, -, south part of the city. No pazt of MacMarr, the contents beyond two chairs was saved. No one was at home when the , blaze started. The children were at school and Mr. and Ms. Morris were visiting. Cause is unknown. A sm;dl five was left in the heater which was well closed up. The loss will amount to about $800 as scale insurance was carried. Mr. Morris will soon rebuild, possibly in a new location. This makes the see- end time the Morris' have lost their IIiii[II ft.. , I if' home in six years, .r \\; f x FRUIT & VEGETABLES BANANAS Per Ib .................................................................................... Sc CABBAGE, Per Ib .................................................................................... 5c SPINACH, Per Ib ................................................................................. 10c JAP ORANGES, Box ........................................................................... SOc GRAPE FRUIT, Each ........................................................................ 5c After February I We Will Pay Only 5 cents For Milk Bottles. Get All Your Bottles In. Ill l Democrats messed things up durirg: the war. Rgister Now. Don't Forget. swear that the above statement i. true to the best of my and belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of January 1932. PETER McPHERSON (SEAL) Notary Public know]edge W. G. 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