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y i i i i BREWSTER HERALD, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON rll i JUNE 3, 1932 .-4 LOCAL NEWS ABOUT YOU The Gmnble Lumber Co. received a carload of cement this week. The Le.ter Orton family have re- turned to Brewster. $ 4 $ Clay Nickel of Omak was a busi- ness visitor here Wednesday. "Dad" Life was in town today calling on the Grocery trade. : . * $ Millburl Alexander was down frmn Tonasket Saturday. Peter MePherson is transacting bliness on the Coast this week. i * $ $ : Mr. and Mrs. Harry Branton were Monse visitors Sunday. $ * $ $ Harold Cox is visiting friends at Winthrop. $ $ k $ D. S. Gmble made a trip to O- mak Wednesday. I * $ $ $ Mrs. Floyd Tupper of Spokane spent Memorial Day in Brewster. Mrs. Brown of Tonasket visited several days this week with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Plemons. Mrs. Warren Kirk and infant son arrived home from the hospital the last of the week. @ 4s $ Ii . Mr. and Mrs. Herb Grover of Pa- teros visited relatives in Brewster Sunday. I  qt $ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and baby of Paradise Hill spent Sunday in Pa- totes. , $ , The Gamble Lumber Co., has been delivering box shook on Brewster! Bar this week. Mrs/Joe Miller is visiting relatives in Wilbur this week. She is expected home Sunday. $ $ $ $ Mr. and Mrs. Dee Smith and daughter were up from Pateros Sun- d'ty visiting relatives. Herb Washburn and Harry Mc- Cartney made a trip up the Methow Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Belcher left Tuesday for Synarep where Mr. Belcher has employment in a mill. D. L. Gillespie, Virgil Stevens nd Merton McKee fished at Patter- son Lake, Wednesday. Mr. and lrs. Ed Sweaney and daughter were Omak visitors Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gegner of Twisp are visiting at the John Geg- her home here. t ,,, $ $ i Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fries left Fri- .lay to visit Mrs. Fries' parents at: Vancouver. , : o $ * The Civic League will meet next thursday at the home of Mrs. A. L. Colyar. $ $ * * Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Pettit and son Jaurice spent the week-end in Cash- nero with Mrs. Pettit's brother Earl tunt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver and son of ;umner, Washingtop were Sunday ;uests at the laame of Mr. and Mrs. 'eter McPherson. S $ $. $ Mrs. F. M. Stubbs ,Mrs. F.M. .lillberry, Mrs. Max Marchesseau and lrs. Nettie Whitinger motored to ,Venatchee Sunday. Capt. Charles Bureau has return- :d to his home in Okanogan after .,isiting for several weeks at the D. :;. Gamble home. $ $ $ $ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Naff and son vere down from the reservation the .ast of week and visited with the Wihner Woods family. $ $ $ Mrs. William Davis returned home Wednesday from the Mills hospital in Omak where she has been for the :rest month. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ramsey of Wen- atchee, and Mr. aml Mrs. Paul Six of Reardon spent Memorial Day at the B. F. Six home. Mr. and Mrs. Ottis and and child- ren of Spokane spent the week end with Mrs. Ottis' sister Mrs. Herb Washburn. Established Spokane, 1916 Dr.A.E.Jones MAIN OFFICE Howard k Riverside 0 Dr. A. I..lloz, e frl who has an established rep. utatlon as an expert in the diagnosing and fitting of satisfactory glasses. , Consult Dr. Jones at Uq b Brewster Hotel, Brewstr, [' Wn., Tues. June 7, 1:30 f' to 9 P. M. William Phillips has been improv-I At the Commerciaf Club meeting ing the grounds at his residence here I last Wednesday plans for the improv- in town. It was occupied by Mr. and ing of the grounds around the log' Mrs. O. r. Peterson during the past cabin were discussed and suggest- school year. i ions for rustic work in the interior . * * * * made. A call for the trustees meet- Mrs. J. W. Geissler and Mrs. Ella Pamsey were joint hostesses Friday of last week and Thursday of this week at two dessert bridge parties. The guests oa Friday were Mes- dames S. Slade, H. Cornehl, V. Men- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Larncn- and children retm'ned to their home in Wenatchee Sunday "oXter a visit at the home of Mrs. Larner's parents Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Asbury. Dr. A. E. Jones will be at the Ho- tel Brewster, Tuesday, June 7th, 1:30 p. m. to 9 p. m. See Dr. Jones for better glasses. *  $ ,:: Mrs. Merle Attridge returned from Spokane Tuesday evening. She went over Saturday taking Mrs. A. D. Glascock to the hospital there. Mrs. Glascock has not been improving since she came home recently. Mr. and Mrs. Frank James, with their son and daughter have moved to Brewster from Wenatchee. They are occupying the Earl Measner resi- donee.   FOR SALEStamlard "hake of pi- ano near Brewster. Will sacrifice for unpaid balance. A snap. Easy terms. Write T.,dlman Piano Store, Salem, Oregon. egt Miss Henrietta Lamberton is home frcm Whitman Collge at Walls Walls and John LambeVton and u friend Lee Dawes are here frmn Granger Academy. Helen, Annabelle: and Raymond La'.nberton motored to: Yakima to bring them home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Enos, sister and brother-in-law of Mrs. Chester Gild- en, Oscar Sandall, brother of Mrs. Gilden ,Don Sandall and Miss Blanche! Hamilton, a friend, all of Seattle: .pent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilden. Monday they made a trip to Grand Coulee. They: 'eturned to Seattle Tuesday by way: f Wenatehee, much impressed with .he Okanogan Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Payne of Wake- ield passed through town Wednesday n route for Seattle to attend a -,neeting of the Spanish-Amerlcan war ceterans. They were accompanied by L. P. Danielson of Omak, also a Spanish-Aanerican war veteran. MRS. W. C. HAMILTON Mrs. W..C. Hamilton passed away Friday morning at 6:30, after a lin- g'ering illness of several months. She 61 years old. Mrs. W. C. Hamilton, wife of W. C. Hamilton of the Brewster Hotel and for the past seventeen years a prominent worker of this community has worked with her husband in near- ly every good cause for the better- ment of the town. She has been in failing health for more than a year, but with heroic courage she kept on ".rying to cover her own illness with it quiet smile and concern for oth- .,rs. Early this year her illness be. came so acute she had to give up and was taken to Spokane where the best medical servi.ces obtainable was ecurer. Her ease was revealed to be cancer of the throat. She was oper- ated on in Spokane. Her two daugh- ins next Wednesday evening has boon sent out by the secretary Mr. Hamilton. @ $ $ $ Dr. tt. C. Curry the S,:attle Op- tometrist who has made Profession- al visits to Brewster of years and is known for good optical work at rea- sonable prices will again be at the Hotel Brewster, Wednesday, June 8. For one day. Eyes Examined, Glass- es ground and fitted. Reading glass- (.s complete as low as $5. The American la,gion Auxiliary :net at the Legion Hall, Wednesday, with Mrs. N. C, Evans and Mrs. P. A. McCormick as hostesses. Due to an error we stated this was to be the last meeting of .he summer. They will continue the meetings on through the summer this year. An- nouncement will be made next week as to the time and place of the next meeting. Dorothy Massie and amther accom- panied by Miss Ruby Davis came down from Molson Saturday. Miss Davis returned to Motson Tuesday Dorothy, her mother and cousin Glenn Currah will leave tomorrow for Seattle and the Hal Featherstone family wil.l move into the Massie residence. NOTICE OF SALE OF LANDS Pursuant to resolution adopted by the unanimous'vote'of the Board of Directo of the Methow-Okanogan Reclamation District at its regular meeting held May 3, 1982, the fol- lowing lands are offered for sale:  l,ot 21 of Riverview Acreage, be- ing the West Half of Government Lot 4 in Section 22 of Township 30, North of Range 24, E. W. M. Proposals fox' the sale of said lands will be considered at a meeting of the Board of Directors at its regular meeting place in Brewster, Washing- ton, at 2:00 o'clock P. M., June 7, 1932. CHAS. T. BORG Secretary Methow-Okanogan Recla- mation District. roe, G. Braker, B. Berry, N. C. Ev- ans from Brid.geport and the Bar. Miss Carlton of Eugene, Ores'on, Mrs. W. I,. Gillespie from Okanog- an, Mrs. W. Larner from Wenatchee. and from Brewster the Mesdames C. R. McKinley, A. L. Smith, A. F. Yae- get, L. E. Price, P. Bramhall, R. A. Downing, E. R. Tyler, F. Six, T. H. Pettlt, H. Featherstone, Max Goehry, C. Gihlen, F. M. Millberry, B. Smeth- urst, Byron Stubbs and Frank Crane. High score wen. to Mrs. Monroe and low to Mrs. A. I,. Smith. On Thursday tim ladies presen't were Mesdames A. L. Colyar, F. Saw- yer, Conley, V. Howell, M. Gochry, C. R. McKinley, Al Yeager, Ben Smith, T. Estelle, Ed Fox, IL A. Downing, L. Allyn, F. Six, E. 1L Ty- ler, S. Morris, B. Smethurst, R. Plem- ons, L. Bryant, T. Pettit, F. M. Mill- berry, Wilmer Woods, A. Rutlcdge, Claude Gillespie and Miss Lulu An- dersen. Mrs. Yeager won high schore. The four and four low scores play- ed two hantls. Of these Mrs. Bryant won high for one table and Mrs: i ,Smith low and Miss Andersen won high for the other table. Owen Young says he will not run for President, which may mean that he still wants to remain young. i COMING AGAIN SAVE YOUR EYES Dr. Curry the old Reliable Ol)tometrist of Seattle, who has lnade profession- al visits to Brewster for years will again be at the Hotel Brewster WED. JUNE 8 for one ctay Eyes Examined, Glasses Ground and Fitted at Re- duced Prices. Reading Glasses Fitted Complete as low as $5.00 Brewster, Wash. I I Ill A dab of powder here and there II III I I IIII ters, Mrs. Jean Clapp of Pasadena, .ent for by their father to be with H.O hor Mrs. Hamilton, with remarkable OWNED vitality seemed to rally from the op- ration, though all knew it wouhl be only a matter of time she was 'r|ces Effective SAT. JUNE 4 TO WED. JUNE 8 Incl |lbrought home to spend her last days -=l[ with her friends and flowers under Ambassador ":II TOILET PAPER 5 c TEA ..... Green or Black, /2 Ib pkg. 25Cl1 ROOT BEER lrench,sExtract 15 TUNA FISH w00i,. Star, z's, 2 For 35 c r A [-1(lq Sunshine 25 c ,ar,as.a Graham or Salted, 2 lb cart. SHELL QUART , 49 c PINT 25 c We have a full line of fresh fruits and vegetables at all times, and our prices are cmlsistently low. I I I I [fl the personal care of her husband. Mr. Hamilton secured the services of the best nurse obtainable, who has been in constant attendance for the ,ast two months. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton are hath s of Scotland but came to this country .mny years ago. They have ever ex- (mplified those Sterling qualities of christian character, good citizenship and friendly service for which the hotel people are noted. In 1915 Mr. an(I Mrs. Hamilton came to Brewster where they pur- chased the Brewster Hotel of which they have been the congenial hosts," o the travelling public since hat i time. They, with their two daughters united with the Congregational Church in 1916. Mrs. Hamilton was one who always had a kind word and helping haml to any one who wo:s in trouble or need. No hungry man or woman was ever turned away from her door. She will be sorely missed by her friends and neighbors as well as a host of the travelling public. Funeral services will be conducted from the Congregational Church on Sunday afternoon at two o'clock with her pastor Rev. Pendlcton in charge, is certainly worth the price You know that a little powder now and then is well worth the money it costs. In fact, compared with the t' effect, the price is so trifling you ..o you get more hardly consider it at all. Yet the cost of electricity is jus as for your money moderate. Consider the examples below. They are typical. Where than in buying else does a penny buy more than in * 7 e00ootr0000,e,v,oo: ElecmcServme. M;r;outr n More than 00ll00di"'l '0100 , Buy appliances from an local dealer "':'.='' '' 0 but where @ @ I llll I i. |CTtlC IT Y O|i.,V[ , 5AV[5 I I I * ....... --lml I t I I II I GAMBLE LUMBER CO. Wenatchee Hard Brick Fresh Stock Of Red Top Plaster Orcas Lime No. 1 Fir Lath Green Cut CEDAR SHINGLES SCREEN DOORS THAT WILL HELP KEEP OUT FLIES WE HAVE RECEIVED A NEW SHIPMENT OF 16 INCH VERTICAL GRAIN, CLEAR