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April 8, 1932     Quad City Herald
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i Hi n ii I I I LOCAL NEWS ABOUT YOL A. E. Holcomb was in town from  Okanogan Wednesday. , * g, $ Dick Lawless and Claude GUles- pie made a trip to Okanogan Friday. b  b rs. Lenora Bryant has returned to her home in Brewster. .... -- ', Miss Bernedine Humphrey is !: ping' spring vacation in Seattle. . .e * $ $ Mrs. George Driscoll visited in Okanogan, the first of the week. $  $ $ D. S. Gamble made a business trip - to Wenatchee Friday. 'W $ $ H. J. Brown is cutting piling to be used in tlle Malott bridge. $ $ $ $ Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Phipps spen t the week-end in Wenatchee. .: $ * Joe Breslin and A. D. Glaseock have been on the sick list this week. $ * Chet Tupper aud Oscar Deffland ai'e cutting lofts on Paradise Hill. 4  $ $ E. Morris, Arnohl Morn'is and Len .... Holt of Mouse were business viFdtors in Brewster Friday morning. @ 4' Mrs. Frank Nelson of Tacoma is visiting with her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Asbury. I, Solberg, architect from Wenat- choP, was a Brewster visitor Wed- nesday morning. O. T. Peterson is in Spokane at- tending, an educators' meeting this week. $ $ $ Harold Oaks anti Elmer Anderson of Okanogar transacted business in Brewster Thursday. Mr. "rod Mrs. Will Malott and Mrs. Ires of Pateros, visited at the Wallace Root home, Tuesday. , * * $ Miss Thehna Ires of Pateros is vis- iting with her grandmother, Mrs. Wallace Root. $ $ $ Miss Dorothy Massie of Molson L II II I I -: ii i i ill was in town looking arian" her prop- erty, Saturday. Mr. and blrs. B. W. Sanethurst have moved into the residence belong- ing to Mrs. Nettle Whitinger. $ $ $ $ Mrs. bleCoy of Tonasket spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Cur- ry. g, $ g, * , $ $ $ lit Mr. and Mrs. Jim Turner and ';mily of Soap Lake are visiting rela-{ Ayes here. - * $ Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Itoney are 'isiting at the Frank Wick home. The Sampson Construction Co. of Wenatchee has started work on the lense road. $ $ $ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holt were hopping in Omak and Okanogan, ktturday. Frank Hansen, 14, of Wilbur, won !e .marble tournament in that city, :cently. He is a son of Mrs. Joe tiller of this city. It $ * $ J. R. Miller was called to Pomeroy :unday, by the death of his gTand- rather, Mrs. Mary Jane Miller. He 4urned Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Goelary and )ns Bob and Stanley and Mrs. T. I. Pettit and Mrs. Forrest Six me- )red to Wenatehee Friday. Jack Thrapp, Delbert Davis and BREWTER HEI,L6, IREWSTER, WASHINGTON' ieorge Grant left for Dehio last ;atuvday evening to spend spring va- alien there. $ $ $ @ Rev. O .H. Cleveland of Cashmere{ rill hold services in the St. Jmnes I i ,'piscopal church here Sunday at thell ,sum hour. ! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Milner of Brew- step Bar visited over the week-end with Mrs. Milner's parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson. $ $ $ $ 'Fred Schmidt is helping J. N. Ward move the L. Virg'o house iom the North Star District in to town. Mr. Ward recently purchased the house from U. E. Fries. Mrs. Vyvian Hunternan returned III Monday evening from the hospital in Omak. She recently had her tonsils removed and is still quite ill from the operaion. . .......... .. The Ernest Itadley family has mov- ed out to their ranch at Wake.field. The house they occupied here is be- mg repail'ed and refinished, inside and out and will be occupied by the Lewis Miller family. Mrs. W. C. Hamilton was brought home from Spokane, Thursday. Mr. Jones o1 Wenatchee brought her in the ambulance. She was accompanied by a special nurse who will care for her. $ $ $ $ Mrs. Nccia E. Bick, field worker and lecturer of the W. C. T. U. of Salem, Oregon will speak here, Tdbs- day, April 12, at an all day meeting of the W. C. T. U. a't the church. Ev- eryone is urge to attend. A potluck dinner will be served at noon. $ $ * $ A party was given at the Roy Lock- ridg hem Wednesday afternoon for the members of the Junior Endeavor who attended the convention at Castunere. Those present were Olive and Bethel Whitley, Glen Mumma, Ward Mitchell, Charles Blaekman, Jasper and Don Loekridge and Mrs. Backman. * $ $ Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gihlen me- [toped to Spokane Wednesday, re- ]turning the saaue day. Mrs. Gildcn's ibrther' Dick Sandall, and a friend Wallie Etner, who are attending the State College at Pullman, returned !with them for a visit. PECKENPAUGHFRIES Sunday mornilg Miss Lola Peck- enpaugh and Mr. Jacob J. Fries were united in man'iage by Rev. J. N. Fendleton at the home of the groom's parents. The bride is from Benton City, but has made her home here for the past several months. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Fries,: pioneers of the Noth Slap district., The newlyweds will make their home here. $ $ $ $ Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Phipps enter taincd at their home last Frida ev- ening and also on Tuesday evening. Six tables of bridge were in play both evenings. Those present FSday I II I I IIII I II /11 IIIIIII I I II IIII I I II1 THESE PRICES EFFECTIVE COFFEE AIRWAY Delicious Flavor lib. 20c I SERVICE, QUALITY, PRICE SUGAR 101b..48 Sk. 4.49 WE HAVE ALL THREE AND ARE PROUD TO LET YOU KNOW IT! , i ,i i , , , i i . ,,, i i Sat. APR. 9 To Wed. APR. 13, incl. ............. POST TOASTIES00k, ........................................ i PEACHES O.00o.oioe, .. ........................ lSC EGGS Fresh, Dozen .................................... 10c[ PORK & BEANS c.=p., for ...... 23c1 BROOMS Long Straw Serviceable EACH 4ttC , ,t , ,, , COFFEE EDWARDS Vacuum- packed, blend- ed to perfection 29c 98 c 25c 1 COFFEE MAX-I-MUM A blend of the finest col fee grown LB. TIN 33c 50 c ] "' i i ,., ii iJ Hml evening' were: Mr. arid Mrs. A. Rut-. ledge, Mr. and Mrs. V. Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. L. Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. B. lhu'ry, Mr. and Mrs. Braker, Mr. and Mrs. Cornehl, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Pe- terson, Dr. and McKinley, Mr. and Mrs. W. Kirk, Mr. aud Mrs. John Ge.isslcr, Mr. aml Mrs. L. Allyn, Mrs. A. L. Smith and Roy Smith. tligh scores were won by Mrs. A. L. Smith and Roy Smith and sc, cond high by Dr. and Mrs. McKinley. On Tuesday evening guests were:: bh.. and Mrs. Earl Sawyer, Mr. and } {Mrs. P. Bramha]l, Mr. and Mrs. J., i Atkinson, Mr. aml Mrs. Max Goehry, Mar. and Mrs Byron Stubbs, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. C. ! Mr. and Mrs. T. Pettit, Mr.! Gilden, :uad Mrs. l/am'y Phipps, Mrs, R. A. I Downing, Mrs. J. Geissler, Mrs. F. i ix and Mrs. O. T. Peterson. High] cores went to Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer, :econd high to Mr. and Mrs. Gihlen. I Coming'- Dr. Jones, formerly presi- .lent of the Washington Scho-ol of )ptometry. I)r'. Jones is known hroug'hout the Inland Empire as an :xpert. He specializes in diagnosing md fitting of satisfactory glasses. \\;ll glasses fully g'uaranteed. Consult i)r. Jones at the Brewster Hotel, 3rewster, Wash., Tues., April 19, 1 o 9 p.m. --adv. * * $ * )R. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE AT THE CARIBOO Saturday and Sunday nights, one Jf the greatest mystery thrillers of .he decade will be shown at the Carl- Joe Theatre when Fredric March hakes his appearaice in "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." This photoplay, aditpted by Pa'ca- mount from Robert Louis Stevenson's i'amous novel is guaranteed to lift you I out of your chair with mystery, sus-I pcnse and horror. I 'rile plot deals with a noted physic-{ ion who believes that a certain com-{ pound can be made, that will drive alll evil from a man's character. In trying out his own theory the reverse is effccted, lt's a case of dual per- sonality that will thrill you. Those who have seen this picture declare that the transformations from one )ersonality to another are most as- I rounding. 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