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June 10, 1932     Quad City Herald
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i| - i i i LOCAL NEWS ABOUT Y01 Mr. aml Mrs. Walter Loupe made a trip to Pateros Tuesday. * * * * Mrs. I,ester Dowell is recoverin from an attack of German measles. e * Mrs. John Gebbers motored to Wenatchee Friday. * * A. I, Colyar made a business trip to Wmmtchee Monday. BRF.WSTER llERA.LD, BREWSTER, WAZHINGTON i i i I i i i i , al,i, , i Dr. and Mrs. McKinley motored to Okanogan Wednesday. Earl Gegner made a trip to Che- hm Friday. Mrs. George Lawless and children visited relatives in Pateros Sunday. * 0 0 * Claude Lisman, salesman from Wenatchee, was in Brcwster Monday. .Mr. anti Mrs. Paul Bramhall and !chihtren were Sunday dinner guests iof Mr. and Mrs B. Smethurst. Mrs. Cord Gillespie is spending Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Holt and a few dt's with her sister, Mrs. I family have moved into the house Frank l',uben of Malott. owned by D. B. Fletcher. , * -- Ev Mr Arch McKinley motored from - Mr. and s. Willimn Phillips of Ben Six of Bridgeport was a Bz'ewster visitor Wednesday. Ed Le.ssard of Twisp is spending thi.s week in Brewster. * * Curtis Armstrong spent the week- end in Wenatehee. * * Peter MePherson aia.ived home Saturday from the coast. nesday with Mrs. Runyon's mother Mrs. D. S. Sampson. Mr. Runyon whs en route to his hame iffSpokane on his return from Canada where he is interested in a coal mine. 1, * IIc 0 D. L. Gillespie, Dick Lawless. Jolm GeE'her, Virgil Stevens trod Earl Geg- ner went on a fishing trip to Craw- their lhnit of fine sih'er trout. ALLYNNELSON Miss Jean Allyn and Mr. Girard Nelson were quietly married at Ok- anogan Saturday by .Justice Howard Vieh. A large crowd of friends chari- aried the young couple Tuesday even- ing at the Carl Nelson home, Just before going to press this al- l flee received word that the Brewster orett Monday for an indefinite visit Okanogan were Sunday guests of Mr. with his brother Dr. C. R. McKinley .rod Mrs. William Pulsipher. * * * [ * Blazers defeated the Chelan Junior Manager Miller announces that a- l A very successful clinic for child- eam here today, SCORE 5-6 Bat- dult admission at the ball g'ame Sun- [ren of pre-school age was held at "teries for Brewster were Conley, My- day. will be 25c., ,., , l, the school house Saturday "rfter-lers. , and Sampson. noon. Thirty-flve chihl/'en were ex- Miss Artis Michel and Kennetamined. Dr. Bonnalie ol' Pateros ex- Brewster . ' "  l Jones of Okanogan were ' ' mmed then" teeth, D'. ean(ler Butt visitors Tuesday. I of Okanogan examined their eyes * * * l'md Dr. C. R. Mcl(inh'y of'l:hewster Thelma h'es of Pateros spent the gave them a physical examination. week-end with her grandmother, Mrs. Miss O'Call'tghan, county nurse was Wallace Root. assisted by Mrs. Kenneth MePherson. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Crowley made a trip to Yakima Tuesd-ly, returnin, Wednesday evening. * * * Mrs. F. M. Mitlberry made a trip to Wneatchee Friday where she re- ceivd medical treatment. She return- ed home Saturday evening. I * * * * lr. and Mrs. Ed Holt of Pateros Dorothy Massie, accompanied by were Sunday visitors at the Harry .her mother and cousin, Glen CutTah I]olt home l,ft for Seattle the last of the weeek. * * * * bh'. and Mrs. Hal Featherstbne and I The American Legion Auxiliary fa',dly have moved into the Massie i ::211tl: e hto n :x to ?; :e id:: C::;r;3 i h::[ anti Mrs.* C;rl Little' Maricl,ateros " Charles Haltevmafi WOlff to Wen- atehe e Thursday to visit l:clatives. He was accompanied by his cousin, Miss Alberta Dowell, who Will visit her aunt Mrs. ttarley Gates. his Burke accompanied them as 'far as Manson where she 'will spend a week with friends. *. $ * # JUNE I0, 1932 * : ::: * $ * * * I The Ladies Aid anet at the church Mrs. F. M. Stubbs bruised and Friday afternoon. They are to hohl a sprained her hand and arm Monday, picnic the last of the month in con- when she accidentally caught her nection with several other churches, ihand in an electric wringer. Max Goehry made a business trip ' )ir. and Mrs. Carl Little and child- to Chelan this morning. He was ac-Iron Marie East anti Earl Bucking- companied by his daughter Kay and'ham made a trip to Bridgepm't Tues- son Bob. lday evening. I Whether you'tO planning a tourinl trip, galr camlat oc lnl or Nat a a ial... you'll need "good ,am" good light. T'm Coimmm Spo Late Lanuma sad Camp will dIvr "right now" . . . anywhare m*d say  I The lmmmt Llghtin Co man Sport-Lit Lstm'n is 8msU in size Iat I ha htRllatm One ta taeh  watht Only S Iba., y g/v up to 1.50 camdlapower of lmre white Pyrex lists globe protect* mantis . . .  it aa h,6o and omo light. Cg.l.e.mlm CAMP STOVES and LANTERNS Colamma Camp 8tares art mhaiature gas raag that gi .m/ hmtant-lpm cooking rvi. Light lmtantly just Kk gas... no Iehaating. Cook ral mtls In an apltiztnl way . . . any- thing you want any way you want it. Kverythlng ia built-in. MODEL No. IE--Ret,v" Prk,$l.SO Folds up lie a suit cm with 0+ models .. Io so $1.S8 e,raing stoweM inald. THE COLEMAH I.,eAP AHD STOVE COMPANY WICH1TA, IGaJqs. . C.ICA,O, IlL. PHILDELPI.IL PA. LOS AHELS, CAL.B=. ASK YOUR DEALER ( Lt.$n [ [ [I [H[ [ [[ IIII I I HOME H. O. ow00,D Grocer), Prices Efective: SAT. JUNE 11 TO WED. JUNE 15 MARSHMALLOWS PLAIN or TOASTED 5 LB. CARTON SMALL PKG. s For BAKING POWDER ] TOMATO SAUCE Crescent, 1 lb -- Each' |SPAGHETTI Bulk, 5 Ibs HAL'S COFFEE, 3 LBS. "The Wide Awake Drink" SARDINES. Booth's Oval 89 c 25 c 25 c 5 c 20 65 c 10 c FRESH Cantaloupes, Watermelons, Tomatoes, Strawberries, and other Fruits and Vegetables [ i I I I I , East and Earl Buckingham motored to Okanogan Monday. Joe McCauley, state highway pa- trolman of Okanogan was in Brew- ster Saturday. Annabelle and John Lamberton and l,ee Dawes made a tSp to Che- lan Saturday. D. S. Gamble attended a meeting" of the county commissioners in Ok- anog'an this week. * Olyde L. Pitman, insurance tepres- entative of Cashmere was a business visitor here this week. # $ * Ella Knowlton went to Cashmere Monday for a short visit dth rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. William Morris at- tended a convention of the Eagtern Star in Wenatehee Tuesday. * * S Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hunt and sons of Cashmere visited at the T. H. home Sunday. 4 Harold Oaks of Okanog'an is sub- stltuting in Blackwell's Grocery for A. D. Glaseoek. Miss Anna Woods and William Woods came in Saturday evening from Ellensburg where they are at- tending State Normal School. They returned to Ellensburg Monday. A, * * Marriage licenses issued in Okan- ogan this week were to Annabelle Lamberton, Brewster and Lee W. Dawes of Spokane, and to Blanche Hopp and Thurman Mahaney both of Bridgeport. Harry G, Searles, District Manag- er of the Pacific Telephone anti Telegraph Co., was a business visitor here the first of the week. Mrs. E. R. Tyler let Saturday for Everett to attend the Rebegah State Assenably. She will also visit friends in Seattle. Lester OVton is removing rile shelves from the I. O, O. F. building first floor, which was formerly occu- pied by the Washburn Dept. Store. Mrs. Joe Miller arrived home from Wilbur Sunday. She waa accompan- ied by her son, Frank Haasen and her brother Henry Madsen. Mr. Mad- sen returned to Wilbur Monday. !t * I= C. H. Bodie of Wenatehee, prop :rietor of the Brewster Drug Co. was :in Brewster Monday and Thursday of this week. Mrs. Sullivan of Pateros was visit- ing friends in Brewster Monday. Mrs. Sullivan was formerly Mrs. Han|ey and resided in Brewster a number of years ago. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Holland aml daughter Doris visited in Tonasket Sunday. They were acempanied home by Doris sweaney who has heen visiting" at the Milburn Alexander tome there. Mrs. Sachs of Olympia is vMtlng her father, W. C. Hanfilton. She was called home by the death of her mother last week. Mrs. Turnbull of Spokane, a sister of Mrs. Hamilton was also here to attend the funeral $ * g Roy Runyon, a former Brewster resident, vislted a short time Wad- Georgia Alexander of Tonasket visited friends in town Thursday. She was en route to Pearl Hill to visit.hr parents Mr. and Mrs. Wnt. Alexander. Mr. Robt. Allenton arrived this morning from California to join his wife and baby. Mrs. Allenton was formerly Violet Washbm'n and is a sister of Herb Washburn. $ * $ $ Mrs. Miller and daughters and Mrs. Ernie Darlington of Patero.; were guests at the H. L. Washburu home Thursday. Mrs. Alva Washburn of .Methow was also a guest. ,. ,I, * +I+ Funeral services were held in Wen- atehee today for the six artonths old son of Mr. and Mrs. Amel T)alvit. Mr. and Mrs. Dalvit were formerly residents of Brewster. I , $ , $ The Civic League met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. A. L. Colyar. The next meeting will be held Thin's- day, June 23 at the home of Mrs. J. R. Miller. A. D. Gasc*oc; m:d *chihlren and Mrs. Merle Attridge and children l'eft Thursday evening for Spokane. [They ere called to Spokane by the death of Mrs. Glascock's sister ih's. l,owell Dunlap of Vera, Wash. Mrs. Dunlap was the fomner Miss Lois Campbell. Miss Campbell visitud "here last summer and made many friends who will be sorry to learn of }lerlbas( decision where Malott claims death. Mrs. Damon Marls of Bridge-I a Brewster runner running out of port is also a sister. Mrs. Dunlap wastthe baseline in g'oing from second to 19 years of age. She is survived byithird" According to the ruh. book the her husband, parents Mr. and Mrs. runner was .justified in his action C..M. Campbell, three sisters, Mrs. rather than interfm'e with :t Malott A. D. Glaseock of Brewster, Mrs. Da- baseman who was fielding "t ball. :.non Morris, Bridgeport, Mrs. Joe :: *. ':: * LAMBERTON--DAWES Miss Anmtbelle l,.a Lamberton and Mr. Lee W. Dawes were married at elev(;n o'clock Thursday morning at th home of th. bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. II. it. l,amberton. The grooln iS a son of Dr. Dawes of (fl ,  . ,ovu' d A 'lt., h so. lhe weddmg cert.monv v.ts iJerformed by Elder IT. 3. Jlt(-'O[)S of Vonatcht..o." Tho young I)t+ol)h wore attended by a sis- tar and hrother of the bride. Dinner was scrvetl after thc wedding'. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson, bliss Ida Curry, Miss Kelsic Curry and Mrs. E. S. Curry wore guests -It the Mc- Coy-Wilson wtlin' at Pahner l,ako Monday .Manag'er Milhq' has receivt,d word that Malott has protested the game plays thor, with lira,water two weeks ag'o. Prolc';t is based on the third Neshnek, Vera, and one brother, Asa Campbell of Pateros. NOTICE: On Saturday, June 1S, I will sell at Public Auction the bal- ance of the stock of the Cole Service Station & Electric Co.--Max Goehry, Assignee. Mr. and Mrs. Osca|' lhdnbardt, for- marly of Brewster were r.newing acquaintances here W(dnemtay. Mrs. leinhardt will be rem(,ml)ored as Miss Myrtle Gre(.n. $ * What ConTess ought to do is to cut out so much pole valuting and i try a ]itth! balancing. SCREEN DOORS THAT WILL HELP KEEP OUT FLIES WE HAVE RECEIVED A NEW SHIPMENT OF 16 INCH VERTICAL GRAIN, CLEAR CEDAR SHINGLES Orcas Lime No. 1 Fir Lath Green Cut Wenatchee Hard Brick Fresh Stock Of Red Top Plaster GAMBLE LUMBER CO. Cr, ! + i++ y .... .. .... ,+,.+. Brewster, Wash. ,,' ;., .*.'. ., ,. Westtahouse Here you've put off finding out about this Westinghouse Flavor Zone Elec- tric Range until now it's time to hurry! Before Saturday, let us tell you about + all the advantages of Flavor Zone cook- ing. Its speed and cleanliness...its econ. ' "'ILl' amy .... the freedom it brings you and the goodness it adds to your meals.* Ask about the FREE Cooking Survey. It will open your eyes to startling new sav- ings. In many kitchens this survey ha pointed the way to savings of $50 and more per year ia real bankable dollars! ,..,,,,,+,,o,, +o,,, ..+ WASII | 0016TOtq plan that gives you  hot .+,.,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,, ,o,, ,,,a., ,, WATIR powE R CO . with the Flaor Zone Range. I I [ --III I - ..... ,,, .......... I lnlll II I IIIII