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LOCAL HAPPENINGS Ha)&apos;ry Branton made ;t business trip :o Wvnatche, Saturday. Mr. and bh'. Vie liow,.l} and .on Leonard spent Sunday in Chekm. Miller Stevens made a trip to Okan o,-'a n Wednesday. Will Peach of WonatZe was a bus;n :as ','i.;t,r h,.e Saturday. Oh. Johnsnn was here from Spo- kalu la.t week and visit'd with his daught'r Mrs. Clack Rawley. Mrs. Ella Ramsey, who has been I very ill wi:ll bonchiti,z, is improving' but is s'Zl] eonfhled to bed. * * * * lb.'. W. E. Widel loft Monday for a six wc]:s vi::it with relatives anti ,friends it Minnesota. Mr. :nd Mrs. l). S. Sampson spent[ the we(:.k-end with tlo:ir son Weldon I on Paradise IIill. ! .Zr. :an .':h'.-;. D. L. Gillespie and Mr. and Pr. John Getrner and little son Larr:..q)ont Sunday fi.:hin ' at Patter-i son Lake. - , $ * $ Mrs. Claude Gillespie and daugh- ters Jean and Betty visited at tile Roy Wiltett home in Okanogan, Wednes- day. a a $ a Mrs. Merle Attridge arrived home from Spokane where she was called by the serious illness of her sister and brother-in-law. Both underwent ma- jor operations the same day. $ a * * Mrs. AI Yager and daughter Jean, Mrs. A. b. Yeager and Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Sam.pson and daughter Betty, motored to Chelan the first of the week. BREWSTEfl tIE R&LD, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON JULY 1, i9t2 .......... ....., . i i i ii tm i i i :: ..... ,,, ..... ' "' ..... " ............. i irl i Mrs. John Chahners was shopping in Okanogan Tuesday. $ * q, Mrs. tt. J. Brown and Mrs. Earl Measner mad(, a shopping trip to Ok- anogan Tuesday. $ * * * Mrs. Al Yeager returned Sunday from Tacoma where she attended the convention of the Eastern Star. a a Henry Bertram has re,uvned to his home in Mazama after spending the! past week in Brewster Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Pettit and son Mauriee spent Sunday in Cashmere at the home of Mrs. Pettit's brother, Earl Hunt. Mrs. Mary Nettiberg was called to Spokane on business, Monday. Myrtle Gamble is taking her place as cook at the mill till her return. r. and Mrs. Warren Gegner of 'rwisp visited one day last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Geg'- nor. A. W. Nelson motored to Okanoff- an Tuesday accompanied by little Miss Wands Barker who has been visiting' at the Nelson home for sev- eral days. She is a niece of Mrs. Nel- SOIl. The American Leg'ion Auxiliary met Wednesday, June 29 at the home of Mrs. John Ball at Methow with Mrs. Wm. Legg assisting hostess. The next meeting will be held at Paine Meadows, July 13. At this meeting the winners in the membership con- test will be entertained by the losers at a 12:30 picnic dinner. A special invRation is extended to all those eli- gible for membership to come and bring a covered dish. Delegates to the state convention to be held in Wenatehee on Aug'ust 12 and 13, will be ehos('n at this me.etinz. Ev- eryone is asked to bring their own dishes. eRR--OGLE .Miss Marie Orr of Onmk and Mr. George O,g'le O[' re',vsLer WOI'O thai'- rind ill Okano;fan Saturday by Jus- tice Vieh. They will resldc in Lh.ew- ster, the groom beingr eml)loyed by, the Amrican Fruit Co. Mrs. Roy Plemons and Mrs. Sam Morris entertained with a dessert- bridge at the home of Mrs. Morris, Thursday. Mrs. Ben Smitb won high score, Mrs. A. ,I. Rutled'e, second high and Mrs. S. V. Howell, third. Guests were Mesdames Ben Smith, AI Yea.'er, C. R. McKinley, R. A. Down- inK, A. J. Rutledge, T. H. Pettit, I,. Bryant, l,,'d Fox. G. S. Asbury, Max Goehry, Owings, 1] Stubbs, ,lee Mill- el', S. ltowell, A. D. Ghtscock, t[. T. Featherstone and Claude Gillespie. DETAILS OF THE CHURCH PICNIC The date for the all parish picnic has been set for Sunday, July 10. The Chelan City Park has bee, se- cured for the day and plans are be- ing made to make this one of the happy (lays of the summer for the boys and girls of the Sunday Schools of Brewster, Lakeside and Chelan Falls. The Sunday Schools of Tonas- ket anti Malott have been invited to join us in the outing. Cars will leave Brewster at ten o'- clock. Trucks will be sec:ured to take HI the kiddies and others that have no transportation, provided they are members of the school. The first call to order will be at eleven o'clock. At noon the big table.s will be set for the event of the day. At two o'clock Rev. G. S. Outerbridgc who has re- cently returned from China where he was engaged in missionary work, will be tile speaker. Mr. Outerbridge makes the trip from Spokane to at- tend this g'atbering. He is to be the missionary leader at tile Sum'her Conference at Seabeck this summer. P, emember, you ave to bring your own lunch or to bring a covered dish Tuesday: "Where Are 'File Dead Do They Love Us?" Wednesday: "Modern SpiviiamlisnL What ls It? From Whom 1)o These Communications Colne ?" Thursday: "What, When and Where is Itell': ls It Really Hot7" Friday: "The Way Out of Depres- sion." Mr. Jacobs states that all are col dially invited to these lectures. "Ambassador Bill" at the Caribou Theatre, Saturday, Sunday, Monday. Fourth Of July EXCURSION July 2, 3 & 4. Return limit July .,9 1932 Round Trip Rates Seattle .................................. $5.25 Spokane .............................. $5.50 Wenatchee .............  ............ $2.00 Yakima ................................ $7.15 Washington Motor Coach BREWSTER DRUG CO. Agents Ill Roy Plemons is kalsomJning at tile B. W. Smethurst residence today. Mrs. Wm. Bell is quite ill this week. Forest Asbury made a trip to Bz'idgel)ort, Monday. A. L. Colyar and sun Clifford made a business trip to Bridgeport Wed- nesday. 4t * * * Mr. Carl Horn of Kelso arrived Thursday evening to visit his sister Mrs. Frank James. lip * a a Mrs. J. A. Waddell left yesterday to visit relatives at Chelan over the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Campbell and son of Pateros visited Mr. Campbell's sister Mrs. Glascoek, Wednesday. Mr: and Mrs. James Dunstan arriv- ed Monday from Bend, Oregon to visit Mrs. Dunstan's sister Mrs. C. R. McKinley. * * $ Miss Bernice Bassett arrived Thurs- day evening from Seattle and will re- main imlefinitely with her brother Jack here. Mr. and Mrs. George Lippencott and children of Okanogan were Sun- day guosts at the A. D. Glascock honle. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest N(:ff and children of Tonasket, spent Wednes- day evening at the S. V. Howell honl.e. Rev. and Mrs. J. N. Pendleton and daughter Priscilla visited Mrs. Pen- dleton's parents Rev. and Mrs. O. S. Baker in Tonasket, Monday. The Misses Mildred and Nell Six attended the Bar Card Club which met at Bridgeport Thursday after- noon. Every sotntd in the nursery can be heard in other parts of the house if a }|use :nicrol)hone , (lesiffned at '.first as an anausement device, is installed near the baby's crib and eonneete.d to loud speakt:rs ill other roolllS. Tests of the mike show it to be an excellent protection against kidnal)- ring'. i LLOYD L. BLACK Candidate For Nomination For United States Senator DEMOCRATIC Primary Election, Sel)iember 1,q i E. D. GENSINGER Republican Ca|tdidate For State Representative Okanou'an and Dougqgas Counties i C01e m a n ,.sr..r-o.s .......... LANTERNS Good LLqM--Every Ngh Coleman Lanterns are always ' ready for any lighting job, any timae, in any weather. Light instantly.., no preheating. The How 14o. 22 Coleman port- L|te ia jnt the light for any camping, toe, ring or fishing trip. Small in raze but bigin briU, ienco. Only 12 inches Idgh.yet gives upto 150 candlepower o/put white light. ,Veiht only 3 lba. Siltgl* mantle type. Pyrex glatlglobv protects mantle. It's a double.duty light for ind(:ors or out. Model H. 220B Coleman Lntern M O D g L No. laoB in a sturdy, d,,pendable g,nerl dtlty Retail Prlco 6.D5 gelall Pr:.e i.''S light. 14i iact.t [{ih. Two-lilantle type. Produce'd u W to 3UO candlepower of clear stoutly light. Gret enutaeled pol'ceiin t<,p, Pyrex brand cleat-glass globe, every modern 'ea:uze. "fHS COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE COMPAHY WICNITA, KAt'g. CbllCAO, ILL. PNILADiLPHiA, FA.. LOS ANGELEs, CALIF. I I I I I H 0 HOM00 . .0W0000D Grocery i WE WANT TO SHOW OUR APPRECIATION FOR YOUR PATRONAGE, SO WE ARE GIVING YOU AN OPPORTUNITY TO LAY IN A SUPPLY AT A VERY MODERATE COST. PRICES EFFECTIVE CORN Yellow Or White PEAS Standard SAT. JULY 2 TO SAT. JULY 9 i BEANS KRAUT Cut Green Hillsdale if you ar.e on(; of a group. Please re- port to Hal Featherstone if you want transportation. Next Sunday Church School will meet at the ten u-'cluck hour and the Christian Endeavor will meet at sev- en o'clock. The Church service will be in the evening ut eight o'clock. Last week the young people of the church made up a volunteer choir that was areul contribution to tlte service. Let us do it again Sunday evening and get ready to help iu a massed choir for the picnic. "rile mid-summer rally of the Wen- atchee District Christian Endeavor Union will be buhl ill Tou:tsket on Sunday afternoon, July 17. At this rally the Brewster young' people will present a missionary drama. A large 111 ' 1/11 1A 1/11 II delegation will attend from Brew- NO 2 CAN " Nn '2 C A .i t'-i 9 f,A m 11 klt' oil ("till .l[JlJster" ' _ ..... v. 'l sx.. . .*  aJ.  72 ,,a'|l I J Sunday services duty o. L, nurcn ...... ilschool at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor VAN CAMP'S VAN CAMP'S . Ilat p. m. Wo,'shp ,,t S p. m. TOMATO SOUP o lt|lol ,,el A most cordial invitation is ex- 4 CANS ./--O rVIFLI O[ Dr.Jl w..s. .Oblltended to everyhody in the eommu- "-'" -- iJ nitv to make this their cllurcl home. ISOAP POWDER t FRUIT JARS I PINEAPPLE iIEVANGELISTIC TOPICS l BULK .491,1nTS,aer00Si f :,s I 5s.-------- ' P --" No. 2Can .-v " , Q,.,,,,.,.s ,,::'::.: I .... ll,,u00to,, in the M,eKinley buihlin,g, by i 111 A lllt'k.ttr . , ....... r- ......... i|JEvangelist J. T. Jaeobs of Wenat- I ll,A].!U ][ i c'un uaqn TDII ligl lichen will enter the second week next ! .....,. ,.,..or,. s axu-,l llsunda evening with considerable in- J SOAP i PINTS per case .85 i A c.m AT,N r'w'nT |/terest being show,( by those' at tend- I .35 i QUARTS per case .98 i ................ &,,l/ing 10 Bars .... .o. Pk-s " .Z}II The first service, which was bold i ECONOMY i .-- .... I/S,nda e,'nin, u,te i; reatured BLUING PINTS per case- 98 --..o,.,_.o.,.r.____v .. .., ..wi/the discussion l Y _= , 'r llecy of D.ntel , ,t was sho,,'n that the -ability of the .... __ .... QUARTS per case 1.25 i 5 lb. carton --- -- "iiOlJpeae of th we,h!, l, rom the pr0plt- 17 ..._ --__i/the Bible declured that after the _ll[kingdom of Rome there would never SUGAR 100 LB. SAC00 ............. o, ,, _ .................. ' ..... _ 2. I I co;,so,idio,t of nations ill this worhl. Milk FF.DF.RAI - PER CAN llf'dl'rhe fu,i,,,nt,,tt of this ,,as shown in lwlai ai i a.ii v- al *vvI/th( failures o1' Ch.rh,nvtgne, Napo- h:on, the h:aiser and the [,eague of ---" --MXYONNAISE, Nalley's'-- WONDER PICKLES, 15 oz. jar- .15 Nations to unite l,u rol)e. The remainder of the week has PINT ........ 2S SWEET PICKLES, Quart Jar -- -- .35 be,;,, spent i,l l,,,intin out conditions, pointing to the m,ar retnrn of Christ QUART ....... 49 POTATO CHIPS, 2 Bozes .15 and the events connected tlmrewith. i, I I The present financial condit,ion, the r IBAKING P0WDER BULK G00DS CRACKERS ines and disease art, all ig'n. giw, n by Christ that He wouhl soon return, CRESCENT 25 KRISPIE ZSll ,o 1 lb. " 2 lb. Carton The ,na,l,,.' ,,l" rlis t'et.,'n, a .,is- . - RICE,'4 lbs. .20 Hlible coming with all the ang'els and TUNA FLAKES BEANS, l0 lbs.-- .40 HONEY I[ coming whet, the earth is de.,,late Red or White slid uninltabited, were also ,liscussed. Next Sunday evt:nlng the :;nbjeet is s/z lb. Tins MACARONI, 10 lbs..40 5 lb Pail "Who M,,tle the Devn': Is t',, n Per- sonal Being?" There will 1). no ser- 2 FOL2II[ "ic(' 51ttda'x' ex't''tizg'' 'Jl)' 4" 'l'llt'l will follow a series of lectures on the future of matt, ASK YOUR DEALE LITrLE THINGS COUNT (I.X-I You car well give more satisfactory performance if you have the following check-ul)s made: Adjust brakes, reline if necessary. Clean and adjust carburetor. Timing and ignition. Adjust headlights to poper focus. ,'Tighten steering mechanism Align and camber the front wheels. The Motor In n BREWSTER, WASH. MERRILY YOU'LL ROL.L ALONG - - If your car has a good greasing job befor ha:ld:z t, ri:nowWh::ve tDhrTvOitl,nyrease a Note: A wash and polish will make that Duco finish shine like a millionbucks! SHELL SUPER-SERVICE If your car has a good greasing job before your holiday trip. We have the tools, grease and oils LAWLESS BROTHERS MID-YEAR SUGGESTIONS CHERRY AND APRICOT BOXES ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE STUCCO MATERIALS Wire, Paper And Stucco SEE OUR NEW FORESTER GREEN STNDARD HEX SHINGLES Ready Made Lawn Furniture, Chairs, C'hildrens' Teeters, Etc. GAMBLE LUMBER CO. Brewster, Wash. J .... i i . . i , i. .,,,,,,,,,,..,' H ,"'