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BREWSTER'S BRIDGE; THE GATEWAY TO AND THE OUTLET FOR THE GREAT CARIBO0 TRAIL. BREWSTER HERALD[ 00un00ay--0000O J ....... . i i i i i i i i i i i i PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF AND TO THE "GATEWAY TO THE FAMOUS OKANOGAN COUNTRY. 'P VOLUME NO. . i1, i i i |1 , ) . i i i i .i LOCALS LOSE ATTEMPT ENTRY AT TO PATEROS BREWSTER HAiDWARE To Play Return Game On Brewster Grounds Sunday Since last Sunday's games, all teams in the lower league are tied with a 500 percentage. Each ,team has won and lost one scheduled game. Pateros defeated Brewstcr at Patcr- os last Stlndwy by a 5-8 score. Ma- lott lost to Bridgeport by a 7-1 score. Brcwster's loss to Pateros last Sunday cap be laid more to overcon- fidence than anything else. Tim Pa- tcros lads displayed more baseball a- bility than had been . expected el them and before the locals woke up Patcros lad a three run lead to win thc game. Milner, "Gillespie and Gegner hurl- ed for Brewster, with Cleveland be- hind the bat. Mira Grover and Brown- #Ice pitched for Pateros, with Don Ervin catching. Cleveland Going Well Steve Cleveland, Brcwster catch- er, sparked the team, playing excell- ent ball anti getting three safe hits in five times up, scoring on each hit. Harper drove out a single to score anti Gilden got a double for a run. Cleveland's hits were a triple, doub- le and single. Other hits by. Brewster were: Holcomb 1, Brown 1, Glascock 1, C. Gillespie I. Play Here Sunday The Brewster boys will have an op- portunity to redeem themselves next Sunday as Pateros comes here for a return game. It is hoped the locals take Pateros into .cmp as we'd hate to have the boys find it neeessm'y to wait until dark before cb:mng in from the grounds. Next Sunday Bridgeport goes to Malott for the second game between the two teams. T. B. ASSO. CHOOSES DIRECTORS, OFFCERS I At the Annual Meeting of .the Ok- anogan County Tuberculosis League held in Okanogan, May 4, the fol- lowing members were elected to the Board of Directors: Oroville, Mrs. F. S. Bcale, Mrs. S. A. Sanborn. Molson, Mrs. C. A. Dunlap. Chesaw, Mrs. Geol'e Turner. Loomis, Mrs. J. M. Richmond. Tonasket, Mrs. M. C. Seelye, Mr. Frank Putnam. Riverside, Mrs. F. V. Brock, Mrs. W. T. Renn. Omak, Mr. Victor Morgan, Mr.. F. S. Emert, Mrs. Raymond Pcterson, Mrs. R. S Mender. Methow, Mrs. W. A. Bolinger, Mrs. J. G. Villar. Twisp, Mrs. C. C. Laughlin. Disautel, Mrs. Nelle Hayse McMur- ray. Nespelem, Mr. Harvey,K. Meyer. Okanogn, Mrs. P. T. Harris, Mrs. W. H. Price, Mr. H. A. Davis, Miss Anna Rogers, Mr. Homer Davis, ,Mr. Frank Garber, Mrs. J. E. Bassett, Mr. C. A. Johnson, Mr. O. H. Woody. Malott, Mrs George Davis. Brewster, Mrs. Lena J. Mola'is. Pateros, Mrs. H. J. French, Mrs. J. E. Godfrey, Mr. Chas. T. Borg. Carlton, Mrs. Fred Culver, Mrs. W. A. Ross Winthrop, Mr. E. F. Banker. Wednesday night a party unknown attempted to enter the Brewster Hardware store via a rear window. Part of the glass was broken out but ]t is believed the thief was frighten- ed away before the hole was made large enough. Deputy Sheriff Plemons wits noti- fied and commenced invcstigation. Tracks under the window from shoes leaving a peculiar mark were the only clues available. ORGANIZE FIRE UNITS I BREWSTER, OKANOGAN COUNTY, WASHINGTON. POST MOTH CATCH RESULTS Starting Forest Protection Work Early This Season Mr. Ralph G. Brown and Mr. De- lance Dew were in the city Monday. , They were here organizing Co-opera- tive Units for the protection of the 13 000 GIVEN forests from fires. 9 They report that the forest offic- JOBS IN STATE isis arc very optimistic as to the fire situation for the coning season. The units are being organized through- out the district so that fire fighters Legion Drive Has Reached in each comnmnity can be mustered 700,000 Mark. One for scrvice on very short notice. Million Is Goal A group of about twenty men will i be enlisted fo rserviee in thc vicinity of Brewstcr and enough equipment Washington stands 16th among the ! will be on tland so that the group states in number given employment can hit the fire line immediately since the United Action Cani.paign for Jobs started February 15, ac- should any fires break out. cording to figures made public this The two officials were era.Gate to week at state drive headquarters. the Hooker Creek country o"inspect This despite the fact that the state forest roads, is 29th in relative population stand- ing. COMMISSIONERS IN Washingon's total of those given AUTO ACCIDENT ' work toda exceeds 13,000., which is about 3,500 nmre than the state's LAST THURSDAY quota based on a national dbjeetive of "I,000,000 jobs for wage earn- John S. Petersen, county remission- ers." er suffered serious cuts and bruises Nationally, the total has now reach- when the car in which he was riding ed the 700,000 mark. collided with a truck of the C.E. Remainder of the campaign to at- Blaekwell Co. The accident occurred tain the 1,000.000 goal will be car- near Twisp Thursday afternon, of ried on by the National Employment last week. i Commission ?f the American Legion . ..... with the assistance of the Legion t'eersen, in company Wlt.n om- I Auxflmry missioners Farver anti Gamble was[ "i " " , ....... o look ove I A total of 2,772 cities and towns tmwng up ne uetnow  'l . have reported Jobs produced dmmg the valley roads. Farver was driving[ " . . . the drive to date, "/4 of these being the ear winch eolhded head-on wthl. ]m this state the truck, when both vehicles round- Growers of Brewster and Brewster Flat who are in- terested in moth catches, can get information from the chart in the Post Office Window. It is furnished by the County Horticultural Department. For the Brewster District a slight emergence was noted on May 7 and 8 with l fairly high temperatures which means there were some eggs laid on those dates and a cover spray should be on by May 18 or 19, to take care of this emergence. Unless a good peak is reached before the first cover spray, growers planning on using an oil combination should wait for the second cover spray. A few moths were caught on Brevvster Flat but hard- ly'enough to warrant a spray as yet and temperatures were fairly low and not conducive to egg laying. BLAINE W. HODGEN Co. Hort. Inspector MAY 13, 1932 tlJL JUVENILE BAND HAS MARCHING PRACTICE Wednesday afternoon as part of the mid-week practice, Bandmaster Ruedi had the members of tlle Ju- venile Band parade in nmrching for- mation up anti down Bruce Avenue. This parade was to the accompani- ment of their own music. This marching practice will train the band for public appearances in parade formation, which maneuvcr is usaully associated with a band. NEW STORE OPENS SAT. "Complete New Stock ceived This Week," Says Manager Re- The H. O. Grocery, Brewster', latest addition to the retail business, will be opened Saturday morning, May 14, according to H. T. Feather- stone, owner and manager. "We hart received a complete stock of new gro- HIGH WATER DAMAGES SPAN1 certes anti canned goods," said Mr. ! Featherstone yesterday. t Posters have been printed an. no uncing the opening prices and otls- Tonasket Bridge Piling Goes r data, and in another part of the Out When Driftwood Herald tile advertisement appears. Jam Breaks The store will be operated on a cash basis. It will feature a cmplete line of frcsh fruits anti vegetables. Brew. : High water and drift wood in .the'ster Bakery products will be carried Okanogan river, Wcdncsday, took two I hundred one per cnet. bents of piling from the Tonaskct At present only part of the room bridge. Piling was also smashed at the Iwill be used by the H O Grocery, site of:the new bridge construction a lthc remainder being ;iven over to short, distance away,, according..to]the Brewster Market and Brewster Matte Lalson, state hghxay offlcxal .... '" ' Depalment Store, with J. J. Stuttler who was in Brew stcl: yesterday. and Bob Anderson in charge, respec- tiyely. When construction was began on the new bridge, the oht bridge was' moved over several feet and piling driven for the new span. Logs and drift-wood jam'ad up to a depth of seven or eight feet and finally broke loose, taking out the piling. It is reported that the river is so high at Okanogan that Water is'seep- ing into basements of rcsidcnces on the north end of Second Avenue. "SHANGHAI,-EXPRESS" TO MAKE THiS STATION I Marlene Dietrich, Paramount's star of the "Blue Angel," !'Morocco," and "Dishonored,".comes to..Brewster TWISP'S TIME TWISTED; TOWN' TOPSY TURVY .A Seattle daily newspaper recent- ly can'ied the following story of the adoption of daylight saving time at Twisp : The town of q;wisp, in the Methow Valley, has been having a time over time. Momlay morning the schools went back to standard time after a week of daylight saving, and it is ex- pected most business houses will follow, confusion reigned all last wleek with half the clocks set up an At thc meeting of the newly elect- ed Board of Uireetors, which immed: lately followed the afternoon session, the following officers and Executive ed a sharp curve. Neither Gamble nor Farver suffered any injury. Pe- tersen sustained a long gash on the forehead and numerous other cuts and bruises when his head went through the windshield. SHOW DAYS OF OLD ON TALKING SCREEN "Ten Nights in a Bar Roomy with William Farnu.m and Thomas Sant- schi comes to the Cariboo Theatre here Sunday iaight. It is the talking picture adaptation of the famous nov- el of the same name. Although the story has appeared on the legitimate stage here and in the silent pictures, this will be tile first talkie presenta- tion here. Readers of tile novel will meet the old familiar characters, Simon Slade, proprietor of the Sickle anti Sheaf, hotel and be', l'Hs son Frank and daughter Anne. Joe Morgan the vil- lage miller, later the broken down bar-fly, little Mary Morgan, his daughter, and :nany others. Committee were elected: .......... . ........ . lne oar room in all H:S glory or, ,?esoe.:. s: . 2' .ars., _?e?., degradation is faithfully pictured, the 1 Mrs. w. 1"1. lrlce, Treas., lr. H. A. : , t 'av .... " ...... I house gambler and dude ts accurate-f ' IS. l, lrst " ice-rres., Mrs. d. ,. , , . ^ . . . . I ..... ....... I ly preseneo, one o1 the greatest l Dassett, econo vme-lres., lvlr. -qar- .. , ..... , . } v ....... " I IlgnI,8 ever iltmea may oc seen wnen I ey rx. aeyer, respelem,. ' ] Slade and Morgan come to blows af- Executive Committee: Mrs. P. T.[te Slade has hit little Mary with a] Harris, Mrs. W. H. Price Mr H. A [ nrnwn near ml '':*i' ft..  T t Davis, Miss Anna Rogers, Mr. H:'na''"[:["h::-:^:::-*':uu, a,c, ,, mcndously 'v r   'F9"Pl mer Davis, Mrs. H. A. Da is, M . F.I: ' I Garber, Mrs. J, 1.. Baasett, Mrs. R.]r by all who have seen it be-[ S. Meader. l elmlt: tells the truth. ] OPENING DANCE WELL ATTENDED Several score people attended the dance held in the new Goehry Service Station building here, last Saturday night. Lively ,music was provided by a local orchestra and the entire Crowd enjoyed themselves. Since the opening of the new sta- tion and garage, Mr. Goehry has clos- ed Cole's Service, which he operated for several months. LADLES AID GIVES BAKE SALE DATES Remember the place and dates and time. Ladies Aid Bake sales will be held at Andersen Bros.' store on the following dates, May 28, June 10, June 24. 2:30 to 5 P. M. All members are requested to con- tribute to these sales anti any dona- tions from non-members are most welcome. MONDAY-MAY 16 TO BE REGISTRATION DA Y Monday May 16 will be observed in Brewster as Registration Day. The Brewster Commercial Club will pro- vide transportation by car to and from the registration office Call up Mr. Holland at the Brewster Telc-, pohne Exehg..0ld' a car will be immediately !:"Ut i disposal. again on the "Shanghai Express .'', This picture will be shown at the Cariboo Thea.tre, Friday and Satur- day nights, May. $3 and .14. The SUp = porting casts, incldes Clive . Br0o., Anna May Tong and Euge.n Pal- lette. According .to.. critics Dietrich does the best work.of her career in this picture. Most Of tile' story takes place in three days time, aboard 'the Shang- hai Express, bound from Pekin to Shanghai. There. will be two shows Saturday and Sunday nights, 7 and 8:45 p. m. On Sunday night the Cariboo pre- sents "Ten Nights In a Bar Rpom," the all-talking version of the stage thriller of days gone by. With Will- iam. Farnum and Frallk Santschi, this remarkable story is well Presented. H. S. SUPERVISOR VISITS BREWsTER Mr. Demmit, assistant high school supervisor of the State Deiartment of Education[; at Olympia, was a call- er at the Brewster Hig'h School Wed- nesday aftcrnoon on one of his trips of inspection. For the past .several years the Brewster school system has increased in efficiency and rating anti it is believed that Mr. Demmitt will have a favorable report on the hour, and sentiment about evenly di- vided over which system should be adopted. MARTIN WILL MAKE TOUR OF COUNTY Registration Day MONDAY, MAY 16 Have You Registered? NUMBER i i i JUNIORS FOIL SENIOR PLANS Will Be Banqueted Soon. Sneak Arrangements Upset I "The best laid plans o' men and mice gang aft aghty--" At least that was the general con- clusion of the Senior class of Brew- ster High School last Tuesday morn- ing. According to tradition, if the Ju- niors can capture and present as evi- dence one or more Seniors on the morning of the annual Senior Sneak, the Seniors must banquet thc Junior,;. With this idea in mind the Juniors oiled up the ohl think tank and got busy. Phone Call Mystery It all started with a phone call Monday night. One of the Senior girls notified her mother by phone that the event of the year was sched- ulcd for tile ntorrow. A brothcr got winds of tile plans and immediately Lelephoned his compatriots in the venture. The resulting events were as follows: George Grant is the Senior presi- dent. He rooms with a Junior boy. By previous al'rangetnent it was decided that if a light was left burning in their room it was to be taken as a signal from the Junior that the Sen- ior President had retired for the night .o arise early on the morrow. In oth- er words he had hit the goose hair preparatory to the sneak. Then six Junior boys proceeded with the kidnapping. President Grant was enticed into the waitiug car and given a free ride to the Allottment where abcd was prepared for him. With several of the party in attend- ance Mr. Grant spent a comfortable t ?) night. Tlle next morning the Junior :,coating party :nude the rounds of Senior homes. Yt.s, preparations were being' made, this was the big' day. Then at about 6 a. m. two groups of Juniors and Seniors met. In the re- suiting mx-up, vigilance was lax and Mr. Grant made his escape. But Miss Susie Tait, another Senior would be an excellent hostage so she was giv- en au escort of honor and tile party procceded to tile he.me of Supt. O. T. Peterson, where Miss Tait was pre- sented anti formal claim for the ban- quct made. Thc Seniors were then allowed to resume their intcrrupted outing, en- joying tile day at Lake Wenatchee. MANY ATTEND THE MANSON FESTIVAL Hundreds of people from North Central Washington attended the Twelfth Annual Blossom Festival at Manson last Friday. The afternoon CHENEY, Wash, May 12Mayor Clarence Martin of Cheney, who is making rapid progress for thc dcmo- cratic nomination for governor, will next week make a preliminary tour program was given over to speeches, - , ..... dances, instrumental and vocal num- of North Cntrat wasmngton, ana ........ , i bers. The afternoon address was giv- will'visi uganog'an county rnursaay. . .......... len by M. E. iehl who stressed com- rte will oe in trewstcr or a one .......... h Imunity buihling and the co-operation visit 'nursoay ana plans to meet  e . - . . . I that was necessary o the success of available lemocrats of the commu- { any comnunity, nity. [ " He will make another visit tel Brwster, when he will be on a speak- REVIVALISTS HOLD TENT SERVICES HERE The revival meeting being conduct- ed under canvas here by the Free Methodist church of Bridegport ave being well attended, according to Rev. B. P. Cross, I)astor. Rev. J. K. Mumau of Colville is preaching old- fashioned gospel truth every night at 7 :,15 o'clock. The singing is lead by L. H. Shep- herd of Bloomington, Ill., is inspir- ing and soul-stirring. There is a special song each night by the song leader or some of tile workers. There will bca service Sunday at 3 p. m. and at 7:30 p. m. each night next week. They extend a wclcome to all, ing trip later in the campaign. The Martin campaign is reported as making exceptional progress on tile West Side, particularly in Pierce county and soutiwest Waslfington. Pierce county has a Martin club with ! 1000 members, Seattle has a I nearly ! club working for Martin, and Martin I clubs art: busy in Clark and Grays I Harbor counties. Immediately after I his trip into North Central Washing- I ton, Martin ill hasten back to the l West side to co:uplete plans for a i determined fight for King county and  the northwestern counties of Snoho- mish, Ska.g'it and Whatcom. school here. Isn't it too bad that they don'.t When this report is abailable it base such things as taxes and rent on will be ttli|ltd in this newspaper, i the theory of the "capacity to pay." )