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BREWSTER HERALD, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON APRIl, 29, 1932 ii _ i i i ii i i i iii iiii ii i iiii i i i , %. LOCAL NEWS ABOUT YOU Ruby Putnam is here from Omak visiting friends. Mr. anti Mrs. Dempster Reese spent the week end in Wenatchee. The Sam Morris family has moved into their new residence. ea * q Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson were shoppil,e in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Gebbers visited relatives in Pateros Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rutledge mo- tored to Wenatchee, Thursday. Baynard Crossland visited with hi., parents over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Howell motor- ed to Omak Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holt motored to Spokane last week. Ernest Priest of Twisp was a Brewster visitor Monday. Mrs. Charles Johnson of Okanog- an, visited in Brewster Tuesday. Mrs. Leonard Sparks made a shop ping trip to Wenatchee Wednesday. $ * $ Mrs. Ermenheimer of Pateros vis- ited in Brewster Sunday. Alice Grover of Pateros spent the week end with her cousin, Rosie Yates. Mrs. Charles Houtz anti daughter Arlene of M.olson visited at the J. J. Stuttler home, Sunday. Will Peach of Wenatchee visited Monday at the home of his slster-in- law Mrs. D. L. Gillespie. Mrs. A. F. Yeager, sr., returned Sunday, from a visit with her daugh- ter on Pearl Hill. Mr. and Mrs. George Wright have moved into one of the cottages on the former Guthrie Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Attridge spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Lippencott in Okanogan. $ $ ap $ Mr. and Mrs. Pat Griffin of Wen- atchee visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Miller, several days this week. * $ e,., *;: Mrs. W. L. Gillespie is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. James Cran- dell. Harold Ricketts of Malott, visited friends here the latter part of the i week. $ * $ $ ' The Laciies Aid met last Friday at the home of Mrs. F. M. Millberry. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. tlawthorne were Wenatchee visitors the latter part of the week. Mrs. Rudolph Deffhmd and infant daughter returned home last week from a Spokane hospital. Mrs. L. S. Dowell aml daughter Emily made a trip to Chelan, Sun- day. $ S $ $ Thelma Lessard, Edith Northcott and Rose Hardy of Twisp, visited in Brewster Saturday. $ * * $ Mr. and Mrs. Ahur Waddell of Malott spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Waddell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waddell. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nicholas, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gronlund of Okanogan, visit- ed in Brewster Sunday. $ $ $ * Mrs. C. H. MacDonald came up from Wenatchee and spent several days this week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W.-Geissler. D. L. GILLESPIE o Agent q We have recently acquired the agency for the line of tires and tubes manufactured by the U. S. RUBBER CO. ROYAL MASTER, ROYAL and PEERLESS Tires Also tubes in these three price ranges The touring" season is here. Have the bus well shod SHELL SUPER-SERVICE JOHN LAWLESS  DICK LAWLESS SUGGESTIONS TO BUILDERS DOORS AND WINDOWS SCREEN DOORS CUPBOARD DRAWS, BINS, AND DOORS IRONING BOADS AND CABINETS MEDICINE CABINETS Estimates Gladly Given On Orders GAMBLE LUMBER CO. Brewster, Wash. ,i iJ  Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Gamble enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bolinger and son Morris Botinger .at .dbiner Sunday at the French Inn. Mrs. F. Madsen of Wilbur, spent !the week-end with her daughter Mrs. Joe Miller. She returned to Wilbta' Monday. $ * * $ The American Legion Auxiliary ill meet next Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Wheel- er, in Pateros. $ * * $ Miss Bernedine Humphrey had as her guests last week, her sister and broth'-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Louclat of Seattle. $ $ $ $ Mr. and Mrs. John Hesse and daughter of Weston, Oregon, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Gebbers, Monday. Mrs. Haase is a sis- ter of Mr. Gebbers. $ * $ $ Mrs. C. R. McKinley motored to Fverett this week. She was accom- panied by Arch McKinley who has been visiting for some time at tie,. home of his brother, Dr. McKinley. @ $ $ $ Mrs. Earl Sawyer received word Saturday that her sister, Mrs. Harry Pierce passed away Saturday at Edge- cliff sanitaxium in Spokane. Mrs. Sawyer left for Spokane immediately. Anyone wishing to enter their yard in the Flower Show, either for tht.. Prettiest yard or for the yard showing the most improvement, must .gister before May. 15, with Mrs. E. R. Ty- ler. The Triangle Club met Tuesday af- ternoon at the home of Mrs. Joe Mc- Pherson. Mrs. Brake(" gave a very in teresting and instruttiv talk on "Legislation." The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Paul Bramhall, May 10. $ * * Junior Six is ill with the flu this week. $ $ $ * Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Delvemlahl re- turned Wednesday to their home in l Seattle. They were accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Byron Stubbs, who will visit on the coast for two  weeks. The Civic League met Thursday afternoon at the home of .Mrs. L. Bryant..Mr. J, A. Stivers of Pateros ! was present and gave a talk on the ! Income Tax Bill, urging everyone to register for voting as soon as possi- ble and sign petitions now being cir- culated for the bill. The next meet- ing will be held in two weeks, May 12 at the home of Mrs. Ed Fox. LEAGUE EXTENDS THANKS The Civic League members wish to extend their thanks to everyone who so kindly gave their servme and do- nations of food for Brewster Day. We also wish to thank the Odd Fel- lows for the use of the hall, the Ju- venile Band, the Drum Corps and the orchestra that furnished the dance music. Brewster Civic League o * Fsank T. Post, president of the Washington Water Power Co., J. E. ROyer, general manager, Lewis A. Lewis, ass't general manager and Lee Bevgman, all of Spokane, and C. Rea Moore, division -'nana'er from Okanogan are in Brcwster today. They are making a tour of inspection of W. W. P. ofifces. The Civic League wishes to an- nounce'that anyone who left dishe at the hall Saturday, may have thean if they call at the Library building, Sturday afternoon, between 2 and 5. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Allyn enter- tained Tuesday and Thur9day even- ings at bridge. Guests Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Pettit, Mr. and Mrs. Max Goehry, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Stubbs, Mr. and Mrs. Braker, My. and .Mrs. Sladc, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bramhall, Mr. and Mrs. James Atkinson, Mrs. E. R. Tyler, Mrs. Forrest Six and Roy Smith. High score for the ladie went to Mrs. Max Goehry and high score for the men to Mr. O. T. Pe- terson. Thursday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Nor- :nan Evans, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Pet- tit, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phipps, Mr. and Mrs. Max Goehry, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Downing and Mrs. F. Six. High scores went to Mr. and Mrs. Max Goehry. REGISTER NOW! THE BOOKS ARE OPEN AT THE HERALD OFFICE. ANNUAL T. B. MEET AT OKA.N.OGAN, MAY 5 The annual meeting of the Okano.g- an County Tuberculosis l,eague will be hehl in Okanog'an on the aftei'- noon and evening of Wednesday, May '4. The afternoon ession will be,'in at 2:45 in the Methodist Church and will be devoted to th(. busines.s of the League, i. e., the reports of the officers, of ,the county nurse, Miss l,illian O'Callaghan, and of the I)ist- rict Field Secretary," Miss Martha E. Crishnan, who has been directing child health education in the school throughout the county. These rel)orts will be followed hy the report of the nominating Cc:nmittee aml the elec- tion of the Roard of Diretors. At 4:30, in the same place, will be hehl the business meeting of the Board of Directors which will include the ehec- tion of officers for the ensuia,g' year. There will be a no-host dinner at 6:30 at the Cariboo lnn. The evening session will I)e hehl at 8 o'clock in the lligh School. Mrs. B. B. Buchanan, lxecutive Secretary of the Washington Tuberculosis As- sociation will be the speaker of the Evening. In the fall of 1930, Mrs. Buchanan was went abroad by the Pan-American Union to study the methods.being used I)y the Central European countries in fig'hting tuber- culosis. Her talk will I)e based on some of .the impressions she gather- ed during her trip. An enjoyable mu- sical program is. also being prepar- cd--son.gs by a group of High School girls and a piano duet by Mrs. M. C. Williams and Mrs. Otto Wagner. The directors of the League from this distyict are Mrs. Lena J. Morri and Mrs. George A. Davis. VIMMERMII.I. lBOND We will use it for your Job of CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR The Intermediate Endeavor group met at the home of Marian Asbury, Sunday afternoon, and enjoyed a hike, latter returning to the Asbury home and par'taking of Marian's splended fudge. Those making the hike were: Mrs. Grace Fisher, Rose alld Lawrence Blackman, Ruth and Priscilla l%ndh:ton, Anna Bell and lea Mac 1,amberton, l,uther Pendle- ton, Mary Jane McPherson, Mary Smethurst, Vernon Holcomb, lterman Bertram, Doris Holland and Marian Asbury. The regular meeting was led by Herman Bertram, with a continuance of the discussion of the week before. Jean Schmidt and Olive Whitley sang as a special duet "Do Good To eth- el's." Next Sunday Priscilla Pendieton will lead with a missionary subject, also it is Consecration Sunday aad each member is expected to respond to roll call with a verse. The next Temperance meeting will be held on the last Sunday in May. Rose Blackman, who is Y. P. B. di- rector has decided to have a debate on that (late, with the temperance of other things than liquor in our ,lives. The Junior Endeavor group was de- lighted to welcome back Mrs. Habel Pendleton, who has been absent from the Junior meetings for some time. COUNCIL TO HAVE NEW MEETING PLACE In another part of this issue will be found Ordinance No. 89, which is an ordinance fixing the time and place of the meeting of the council of the town of Brewster, and amend- ing sections of Ordinance No. 71, which formerly governed this subject. Recently the Commercial Club.ex- tended au invitation to the council to change its place of meeting from the library building to the log club house. In order to do this it was nec- cessary to amend the ordinance ac- cordingly. This has been done and the next meeting of the council will be held in the I,og Club House. Dr. H. C. Curry the Seattle Op- tometrist who has made Professional visits to Brewster for years and is known for good' optical work at rea- :sonable prices, will again be at the Brewster Hotel, Saturday, April 30. Eyes examined, glasses ground and fitted. COMING AGAIN SAVE YOUR EYES Dr. Curry, the old reliable Optometrist of Seattle, who has made Profession- al visits to Brewster for yearn will again be at the Brewster Hotel SAT., APRIL 30 For one day. Eyes Exam- ined, Glasses Ground and Fitted. Reduced Prices on Lenses and Frames. J PIONEER HOTEL APARTMENTS Wenatchee, ...... Wash. Hot & Cold Water--Shower & Tub Baths Low RatesCoollng System Corner of First & Mission St. Across From Cascadian Garage Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Barren PROPRIETORS 42 Years Residence now as little as OO DOWN gives you the matchless cookery of the Westinghouse "7 The Westinghouse Flavor Zone Electric Range cooks the match- less way of the Dutch Oven....but with truly modern convenience. Completely automaflc....bringing you priceless new hours of leisure .... retaining the full flavor and moist tenderness of foods. Ask about the FREE Westing. house Cooking Survey. 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