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ARWSTER HERA&D. BRWSTER, WASHING-TON JtJ'N 10, 1L i [ ii in i in il I i I a I I I i I I I ,n, THE BREWSTER HERALD Published Every Friday at Brewster, Washington. D. L. GILLESPIE, Editor and Mgr. Exltered as second class matter at Brewster, Washington. a 1 i i i IT IS EASY TO CONDEMN (Chewelah Independent) In an editorial entitled "Veterans Gone Wrong," some editorial writer of the Spokesman-Review, in a recent is. sue, scathingly condemns the conduct of a group of World War Veterans who were on their way to Washington, D. C., to plead for the payment of the djusted compensao tion. This writer winds up his outburst by saying: "It is lamentable that a group of men who once wore the uni- form of the United States, l.arched under the Stars and Stripes, and responded to th,: bugle call of the army, have so far forgotten the patriotic: lessons and inspiring influ- ences of that service." "The patriotic lessons and inspiring influences of that service"and if there was anything inspiring about being a human target for German machine gun fire, high explo- sives, gas, bayonets, living ill vermin infested muddy trenches, having a part of )our anatomy subtracted, be- sides subsisting on a ration of thin soup--then we were in the wrong army. Perhaps this editorial writer in the smug complacency ,)f his office doesn't know tile meaning of being hungry md out of a job--which can drive even the most loyal citizen to a stage of desperation. These veterans are mere- ly on a mission to ask for something which they have coming--and which they need now. FOR SALE--Standard make of pi- ano near Brewster. Will sacrifice for unpaid balance. A snap. Easy tetras. Write Talhnan Piano Store, Salem,! Oregon. c3t BOND nnl ....... BRIDGEPORT AND THE BAR i i ! ii Ed Brandt and family of Pearl |Jill were v{siting friends l'iday. Mrs. Win. Galbraith was a Wenat- thee business visitor Sattu'day. Mrs. Myrtle McMilliv.n is visiting her brother and sister in Seattle. Mrs. N. Campbell was a visitor at the AI Yeager home Wednesday. $ $ # $ Mr. and Mrs. Wade Troutman took a load of hay to Wenatchee, Tueay. * m Mr. and Mrs. George Owens and Mrs. Win. Mahaney and son were Ok- uTloa visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Monroe mo- tored to Weratchee on business , Thursday. $ $ $ * Russell Suanmers and Albert Berry who have been attending school at Pullman are home for the an:rimer. Mis Leone Fletcher is visiting her sisted Mrs. Wendell Haas of Wen- :ttchee. Mrs. Bertha MeGovern left h'iday i'or Everett to attend Rebekah As- sembly. The Bridgepoct ball testa defeated Pateros at Pateros last Sunday, score I3 to 1. Mrs. Carrie Schunamn of Seattle is here visiting her parents Mr. and :Mrs. Chgs. Sunmers. $ $ $ 4* The Bridgeport Bar Club enter- s t:tined their husbands Saturday night !:Lt the Lloyd Milner home. Mrs. Lester Dov,'ell received word u ;an;or;*s ; iece Mrs E.,n Mrs D g this week of the death of her nephew ,, . " " " l,'red Stevens and his wife of River- erson and htmband of Beilingnam are .ide, California. Mr. and Mrs Fred l her guests this week. Stevens and two other :arried{  ,  couple were in their car driving at a[ Herb Kincaid ceturned from SPO- l|igh speed when they collided with a kane Sunday briglng with him Mrs. truck. The car was cut in two and H. WiILms and her father Mr. Han- they were thrown over a 300-foot cliff. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens and the other two men were instantly killed. I'rhe other two women were taken to !a hospital and are not expected to live. Mr. Sttvens's mother, Mrs. Fred Miller a sisto" of Mrs. DoweU, also esides in Riverside. Mr. Stevens spent his boyhood in Bridgeport and visited here last summer. They leave :t three year old daughtr. * $ $ $ The way Congress is getting along PRINTING ,o:adays must make most of .the: Our plant is omphte tt r Fen need in the line of pd..n$  ,members feel like they are riding on w can assure you first 71to  a :nerry-go-round.  Hammermill o&. Ash m U'. S. PEERLESS TIRES 32 x 6 Heay Duty .... 4.40 x 21 Peerless 440 x 21, Guard HI-LUSTRE, POLISH, Per Can $26.45 --- 4.75 3,95 .SO SH00L SUPER-SERVICE LAWLESS BROTHERS GROWERS The rush work of the apple growing season will soon begin. It is important that your trucks, tree. tors and sprayers are in good condition. A few days delay in the application of the early sprays lnay mean that you will have a wormy crop next fall. Ask Us For Estimates On Your Repair Work The Notor Inn BREWsTER, WASH. son who has been ill for some time. Harriet Summers who is training to be a nurse, at Wenatchec ha been home for a week visiting her father Mark Summers. Stanley Slgde, Win. Mahaney and Harry McAroy of Bridgeport Mason- ic lodge attended lodge at Mansfield Monday night. $ # $ * Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hasbrouek and family and Mr. and Mrs. HemT Sorn- berger motored  Box Canyon, Sun- FROM THE STATE COLLEGE EXTENSION SERVICE Washington State College, Pullman, Washington HOUSEWIVES REPAID FOR READING LABELS Housewives arc rapidly learifing that it pays to read labels, says Miss Gladys Gallup, home managenent specialist, Washing'ton State'colleg'e. There is no better protection against the purchasing of inferior and mis- branded foods and drugs than care- fully reading the label. Labels nust state the true nme of the product, and the net content, and the name of the person responsible for produc- tion. Most food manufacturers use hon- est labels but a few prepare their labels for the deft,rite purpose of mis- leading the public. Colors and fine print often tend to camouflage re- quired statements in regard to the contents. Sometimes extracts are la- beled as containing a net contents of sixdrams which is in reality only three-fourths of an ounce. Naming products incompletely is another way unscrupulous manufac- turers create a false impression which deceives the buyer. Golden corn may be taken by the buyer to mean g'old- en banta,n corn, when just tbe oppos- ite is true. Pictures of maple camps may lead a consumer to believe that a certain product is pure maple sy-up or sugar when such is not the case. Some labels say beware of imi- tations When the product itself turns out to be an imitation if the label is carefully read. Trick packages, boxes with false botto:ns, bottles with sunken sides and over large, slack filled packages are just a few of the misleading con- tainers which may deceive the buyer as to the real capacity. It pays te read the labels. LOW COSTING DIETS NEED ENERGY FOODS Low cost diets require food mater- isis which yield extensive energy cheaply without displacing essential foods for building or maintainin.g the body, and for regulating body pro- ceases, says Miss Lorna Barb,r, ex- tension nutritio,fist. The Cereal fam- ily must be used frcquctly in plan- ning an inexpensive diet. Although some form's of fat m(I sugar are cheap and yield quick nergy, they .contribute relatively less to the diet as a whole, and increased a-ounts favorabl(: to appetite and digestion. day for a picnic dinner. , $ ,It The Ladies Aid gave a silver tea at the church "basement Wednesday afternoon. A prtgram was presented and refreshments were servd. Mrs. NoZn Ev;ns :nd Mrs. Nel Slade entertained the Legion AuxU- iary at the Legion hall In Brewster, Thursday aft ernoo? Mrs. H. Sornbergex made a busi- incus trip to Ohtnopn Wedneggy Mrs. H. MeAroy returned from Brew- ster with her. She had been visiting her daughter Mrs. Blanche Yeager. # 8 * m Mr. T. P. Hopp left Sunday to at- tend I. O. O. F. Grand Lodge in Se- I attic, Joe Bouska, Jr., accompanied hLm as far as Bellingham to return with his family who are moving back! to Bridgeport. {Continued On Last Pap) ADVENTISTS HOLD MEETING HERE A union meeting of the Seventh-I day Adventist church members fi'om Chelan, Omak, Toaket, and Orovilh was held in the: Community Ohurl on Saturday, June 4. There were one hundred aitxy-one p.eople present. A Sabbath school under the direct- ion of Rev. J. . Jaobs of Wenat- thee was held at 9:45 A. M. At this service a mission offerin of forty dollars was received. 'The moning sermon was derivers- ed by Rev. M. L. Rice of Spokane. Rev. Rice is President of the Upper Columbia Conference of Seventh-day Adventists which comprises fifty-two churches located in the Inland Em- I pire. Special music was rendered by meabers of the Advntist church in D. L. GILLESPIE Agent Ladies." n ,/ Whole grtin cereal contributes more nutritive qualities and can be used more extensively with satisfactory results. Milk supplements the nutritive (L,alities of grain products better than any other food and does effect- ively for relatively little expenditure of money. For good nutrition, low cost diets should be built around milk and grain products. Vegetables and fruits are an ex- pensive source of energy unless they are grown and stored at home for all year round meal preparation. Ge,erally it will be found economic- ally sound to pant a garden for these {eeds. If not, they will have to be 1)urchased only to the extent neces- sary to supply the vitanins and min- (,rals not adequate in milk and grain products. Leafy vegetables will be ceded for more iron, with raw fruit and vegetables for vitamins. Dried fruits such as prunes and apricots provide a rich iron content. l,ean meat, fish, poultry and eggs are relatively expensive foods when Lhey must be purchased, do enly small :unounts can be included in the low cost dict. There are many less expen- sive cuts o fineat than can be used o good advantage. These bare a hi.gh nutritive value and can be pre- l)ared in a very p.'datable form. Low cost diets differ from the mod- rte priced diets in that more cereals or grain products are.used and less ,ueet, fish, poultry and eggs, al- :bough the quantities of fats, sugar, ,filk, vegetables and fruit should be .educed but slightly. Children should !ave milk at every meal and bread ;hould be available to all at every neal. EVERY HOUSEWIFE NEEDS RECIPE BOX "Every well equipped kitchen has a recipe box," says Miss Lorna Bar- };er, extension nutritionist, Washing- ton State college. "Many choice rec- ipes are forever lost because they have been written on th back of an ld envelope or scrap of paper and .ucked away in some cabinet drawer ,:,ith everything from striP, as to crewdzivers. It iakcs little differ- ,nee whether the recipe box is made .f wood, tin or havy paper, as long :.s it is well org'anized and accessible. "A recipe box can l)e purchased at :hnost any hardware store, book .tor, or gift .hop for as little as 50 Before you buy new spring dresses, see my line. All the new spring fabrics and colom. Also spring coats. Extremely low prices. Weaatchee. Mr s. Claude Gillespie afternoon. Rev. F. A. Detamore of Spokane was the speaker at the 2 P. M. meting d v. T. J.j.ohs Phone 372, For Appointment at the closing service. cents, tl:po(lln,., ul on l.ow ,laborate the box is. The box or case is made to fit uniform cards of heavy paper, standard filing cards being p,'efer- able. Favorite recipes are written on the cards and indexed in alphabeti- cal order under headings such as bev- erages, breads, cakes, candies, des- serts, meats, salads, soups and vege- tables. "The recipe box is a saver of both ti'ne and energy. When each recipe has its place in the well organized iile, with your favorite pu,ldings coming just after "l)csserts" and your best salad after the "Salztd" h- dex, the collection of choice cn- ary treasurer ca, be run thrdgh with great dispatch and accuracy. There is a place for every recipe and every recipe is in its place. "Although the ohl .fashioned cook book is probably the second best way of keeping recipes, it is much more cumbersome than a recipe box, takes up more room and is not as accessi- ble. Ne greater satisfaction can come to the home:naker than to bare a w(.ll organized recipe box filled with her favorite recipes." SNAKE BITES (Continued From First Pag'e) 'rhe anti-venom serums sent from the snake farms of Brazil have prov- ,d a boon to humanity. If applied within three or four hours of the bite recovery may be expected. Every l)hysician and druggist should have a supply on band. It retains its ef- ficacy al:nost indefinitely. Travelers and hunters often rent one of the sealed ampules of serum. This could be (tone by persons living in a dan- ger zone as a valuable protection at little cost. As an important protect- io, teach children that snakes are dang(,rous. Wha.t are your eyes worth? Did you ever hoar of an Eye Specialist selling glasses for $5. Ask your neighbors what they pay for good glasses when they visit th e city. There are cull lenses as there are cull apples. We have visited your city for years and handle only first quali- ty lenses. We have reduced our prices. If you want $5 glasses do not come to us. Our glasses are fully guaranteed and are worth all we ask for them. Dr. A. E. Jones. --adv. 90 DOWN JuneOnly TWI| PIATIE The mercury boiling; din- ner to get! What would- n't you give for the Hot- point Twin Plate then! Now you nd pay only $1.90 down on the special June $9.90 price. Regular price, $11.90. For the one.room apart- ment...the five.room home ....the summer cottage, v 3 tatles of Heat Low, medium and high heat. Green enamel trim#" med in black. Call or drop in and be sure of yours now. Regular all.90 /WOW 00ASHIh00IK00 And Other Hotpoint Dealers