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February 5, 1932     Quad City Herald
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i i i i i ..... i ii ii i ii i i i i i BREWSTER IIERkLD. , :BREWSTE .WASHINGTON, t ......... .m FEBP, UARY , 1032 i ii i i LOCAL NEWS 1 Wenatchee Friday and Saturday. ABOUT YOU 00o00,o,00oo oo /list for a few days this week but is Mrs. tI. Lautenslager and sons are ]able to be up now. visiting Mrs. H. L. Washburn. Crystal Johnson went to Pateros Wednesday to have dental work done. * $ * $ Paul Bramhall was a business visi- tor in Wenatchee Wednesday. * $ * * H. L. Washburn made a business trip to Seattle the first of the week.  $ * * $ Robert Gamble was absent from school several days because of ill- ness. Freddie and Florence Warner were absent from school for several days on account of flu. Mr. and Mrs. James Miller have moved into one of Mrs. Holden's houses. Mrs. Chas. Whitley, who has been very ill is much improved at this writing. ,. 'L _, Mr. and Mrs. John Rawley and sons visited in Pateros Sunday at the Dee Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller wore din- ner guests at the S. V. Howell home Wednesday evening. Mrs. Frank Rubin, of Malott, spent several days this week visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waddell, and her sister, Mrs. C. C. Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. William Buchanan and children of Okanogan were din- ner guests of Mr. and Nh's. Mart Smith, Monday. I $ * $ * Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Downing re- turned from Spolane Wednesday. They were detained at Coulee for several days on account of road con- ditions. Leonard and Vernon Monore ade a trip to Okanogan Saturday. While there they visited their brothel' Ster- ling' of the Monroe Drug' Store. BORN: To Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Whitinger of Port Angeles, a son, February 1. The young' man tipped the beam at seven pounds. , * $ * Mr. and Mrs. William Buchanan and two children of Okanogan are visiting at he home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Estelle. Mrs. Buchanan was formerly Ruth Estelle. * $ * James Atkinson has returned from Grand Forks, B. C. and will remain here until weather eomtitions are better. Luther Pendleton arrived home on Monday from Seattle for a weeks vis- it with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. N. Pendleton. Announcements have been receiv- ed in Brewster of the birth of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hehner,! of Butte, Montana. The young lady's name is Joan Lou. Ray Warner has been doing re- pair work and putting plaster board in the Ole Fries residence. This home is one of the pioneer structures of tlae county. l The weather is g'raduaIly moder-[ ating again since the blizzard of last [ week-end. The 40 and 8 members will jour- ney to Okanogan tonight, Friday, to give the third degree in that organi- zation to two members of the Omak Post and to Gee. Thayer of Brewster. This "40 Heroines et 8 Cheveau" goat is said to be a mean one to ride and we extend best wishes to George on his trip. Max Geohry is County Commander of the 40 and 8. $ * * ,Few men are in the jail house now according to word received from the sheriff's office this week. Louie Klaas is still held, pending his ap- peal to a higier court. He was found guilty of first degree assault in the Superior court at Okanogan and was sentenced to serve from six to twelve years at Walla Walla, by Judge W. C. Brownfl LOCAL SOCIAL EVENTS THESE PRICES EFFECTIVE SPLIT PEAS lb PKG. Consult Dr. A. E. Jones, who has per on Schools and Industries in A- been established in Spokane for the past 16 years, about your eyes. l)r. Jones will be at the Hotel Brewster, Wednesday, February 17, 1 p. m. to 8 p.m. Special treatments for weak eyes. Jones' Glasses Satisfy. adv. Local authorities will keep a close watch for reduced prices on cigaret- tes. The Shelton pool hall in Wen- atchee was robbed the first of the week of $75 worth of smokes, also a quantity of "hickeys." $ * * It is reported that the Chelan State Bank closed its doors last Tues- day. This bank has served the Che- lan and Manson districts for many years. No information is available as at their home on the Bar. Guests to the reason for closing, but it is were Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Smith, Mr. supposed that heavy withdrawels are and Mrs. E. C. Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. !the cause. YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE BEST BARGAINS IN OUR STORE. EVERY CUSTOMER IS OUR BEST FRIEND AND WE TREAT THEM AS SUCH. , FEB. 6'To FEB. 10 INCL. Senior Endeavor will have a so- cial evening', Saturday, February 6, in the basement of the church. Re- freshments will be served and a business meeting held. * V. * * Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Howell enter- tained with three tables of bridge Sunday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plemons, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allison, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Plemons, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Belcher and Mrs. Lau- ra Utzinger. Mrs. Allison and Mr. Roy Plemons won high score and Mrs. Belcher and Mr. Bruce Plemons, low. The Triaugle Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Joe Miller. Mrs. T. H. Pettit read a very interesting pa- laska and Mrs. Joe McPherson }'cad; one on Abraham Lincoln. The next l meeting will be with Mrs. Pendleton on Tuesday, February 16. * * - $ The Civic League met Thursday at the home of Mrs. A. L. Colyar, with nine members and two visitors pres- ent. Lt was decided to have the next card party on Saturday, Fb'uary 13, at tile home of Mrs. J. W. Geissler. The next regular meeting will be at the home of Mrs. G. S. Asbury, Feb- ruary 18. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Evans enter- tained Saturday night, with the first of a series of card parties, to be held PEANUT BUTTER Roger Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Max Goehry, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phipps and Roy Smith. A character party was held Wed- nesday night by the American Le- g'ion and Auxiliary. Owing to bad weather the party was not held at the Legion Hall as planned, but at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Goehry. The next party will be held at the home of Harold Millberry, February 17. i $ * * * Mr. and Mrs. Sam Momis enter- rained with three tables of pinochle Thursday evening. Those present 2 FOR ...... 25 c BULK PER POUND i0 C [were Mr. and Mrs. Vie Howell, Mr.  and Mrs. Carl Allison, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Belcher, Mr. and Mrs. Roy ons and the host and hostess, Mr.  ' [ [and Mrs. Morris. First prize went EACH __ .c Standard, Strictly Fresh to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Plemons and WIE--------------------ENT UP TIM UU/,#. __ -- -- -- I cut prizes to Mrs. Belcher and Carl .. Allison. , S & W Coffee The American Legion Auxiliary VACCUUM PACKED will meet at the home of Mr. and " 1 POUND Mrs. C. L. Manke in Pateros next Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. MACARONI Small Elbow,-- MACARONI L..o Elbow C01L NOODLES C01L SPAGHETTI THESE PRODUCTS ARE MADE FROM THE FINEST SEMINOLA HARD WHEAT FLOUR. PAR Concentrated Soap II SNOW FLAKE SODA n _2 LBS, 23 c PER LB. 19 c _2 LBS. ........ 25c _2 LBS. 25 c CRACKERS II I I YELLOW OR WHITE CORNMEAL 2 LBS. 25c I I I BUCKWHEAT FLOUR Pure 5 lb. BAG 29c l II Ill II I I II I 9 lbs. 27c $4.85 35c I I Sugar l0 1200. 100 LB. SK. i i i, Flour nacnarr 401b...98 OKANoGANCREAMERYsATURDAY 1 Ib 27 ONLY ....... WHITE 1 5 Ibs 21 OR r  - RED ..... eoso Jl .I I . I l All members are urged to attend. There will be a covered dish lunch- Word is received almost daily con- cerning Mrs. W. C. Hamilton's con- dition. She is in the hospital in Spo- kane. The good word comes that she is slowly improving'. She is now up and in a wheel chair. This will be good news to her many friends at Brewster. Her daughter is at her bed side. Last Monday noon, a s,nall fire at the L. S. Dowell home partially de- stroyed an interior wall. The cause of the blaze was from an over-heat- ed stove or from a defective flue. The i blaze was put out before it gained much headway. The loss is covered by insurance. D. D. Holland furnishes the fol- lowing list of new telephone sub- scribers. Clip this list out and paste it in your directory. L. W. Allyn ................................ 45L Brewster Herald .......................... 37 George Crandall ..................... 3F552 Chalmers, Jack .......................... 39L Dick, G. V ................................. 172 i Emerson, Chas ........................... IF3 Featherstone, H. T ..................... 182 Goehry Service Station .............. 64X Auto Freight Depot .................... 494 Luelta's Beauty Shop ................ 22 Morris, Sam ................................ 40R McPherson, Joe ........................ 3651 Measner, Earl ............................ 3F3 Peterson, O. T ......................... 22R Phipps, Harry ............................ 32R Smethurst, B. W ......................... 212 Smith, Mart ................................ 15L Sorenson, Louie .......................... 6F2 Warner, Ray .......................... 6F552 Whitinger, Mrs. Nettle ............ 33R Yates, Gee. A ............................. 32 Butter Beans Frank Mowatt injured a log Tues- day while working on' a tractor. - .... D. S. Gamble has returned flYon--a three days meeting of the County Commissioners at Okanogan. The Commissioners': regret very much to announce that payments of taxes are coming in so slowly that the county is unable to furnish funds for clear- ing the roads. It is up to the people to do the best they can to get the drifts broken up. 'the County will give what assistance it can, which l will not be ,,nuch, owing to lack of funds. , Itenry Lautenslager was operated on for appendicitis Thursday morn- ing at the Deaconess hospital. Dr. McKinley examined the patient on TWO BORN IN METHOW VALLEY i A baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Moore at Methow Thursday forenoon. Dr. McKinley who was in attendance was called from there to the home of Mike Plis in Patevos, where a youngster decided to make his home. Th doctor reports the vends in fair / i condition. The Methow valley did not. experience the blizzard and drifting' of snow as other localities did, the doctor states. FOR RENT: My house here in Brewster. $12.00 per month.--G. W. Ah:xaader, Okauogan, Wash. Wednesday, diagnosing tile ailment , . -. ,:!,!,: as appondieiUs and Henry departed ll i ..... " I ....... :' -" for Wenatohee. Dr. 00'00orhardt pet'-Ill __ ' : II : formed the operation and reports/I fjIlllkJ ttlll " tl that Mr. Lautenslager is recovering II d" :". Sd l! rapidly. /I hlNl , I I : " ' 11 J l The ladies of the Civic l,eag'uL' are - .... inve-tigating the best trees to plant lBql -'  11 .... on each side of the aorth e.trance iIIw$" ?..0.-.."2( II to town, if present plans go through.  ' ..: ,.:=l II " The League has written letters to IF] , '"_\\; / t l " the state college at Pulhnan and it II,%-_ ' , k I I is believed that Siberian Elm will [l.xa ':,EV')tl be planted. This tree is noted for its Irlk,_":oq',! J II rapi,, growth and dens,: folig.. X,,,,$  ,,--, -/ tl .oo, m o, o .o ,,,u. II0000.2 I I dry would be a paying business here   II and is working' to g'et one located at r a r o vo [| Brewster. tie states that a good deal DAD SAYS: [1 of money goes out of Brewster _ I[ to outside laundrys. The Commercial "If is out-II Club has joined him in the move.  hoomo, .ome I I While there is nothing definite as chap the first time I I .... . yet, still plospects ale bnghtel .... , " " ," ," . "" " '" beeir mon%,'s[I worth." I I 'Pile Wenatchee Commercial Bank I I and Trust Company failed to open for business last Tuesday. A notice was posted, stating that the bank was in the hands of the state examiner. The bank had operated in Wenat- chee for 29 years. Heavy withdraw- els was the cause of the closure and an alarm that was without foundation helped. It is said the bank was a strong institution and that no great loss to the depositors will occur. OUR COAL IS RELIABLE FUEL. A COAL FOR EVERY PURPOSE. pet:ial S00l00g5 Automatic Waffle Iron /or February only  ___ 95c down, $1 a month Old fashioned waffles the new fashioned way. Thls is the secret Westinghouse brings toyour table with thls February Special. Regular price $13.95 ..... for February $8.95....95c down and $1 a month, lCash $8.45]. Automatic heat control; in. dicator tells you when waf- fle is done; chrome finish. As you love waffles and ap. preciate rare value, take advantage of this special February price! At Westinghouse De.ler and .Yg00 of the NEW tandard Compare Eureka cleaning and thoro. ness with any other cleaner at any price. Eureka will give you a new conception of value. *4450 Slightly more on terms of $2.50 down The balance in small monthly lusts Test the new Eureka Stand- ard today on free trial. A call will bring it to your home. t t tCTIt Il'r v O . I00w00.R I I I Ill --,,l