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__.__A . I .......... . ......   J 3 L._ LOCAL HAPPENINGS Mrs,. A. Perkins :nade a trip to Omak Saturday. * Roy Mtmlma matte a trip to Twisp Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Glascoek and children pont the Fourth at Lake Chelan. M[,':; Made':,, :.nd Mr. Marlitt Mad- sen of Wilbur are visiting their sis- tar. Mcs. J. R. Miller. M a;d Mrs. Bert Plews of Omak wr,. dinner g'u('t, of Mr. and Mrs. Vie Howell Sunday. III a Mr. and Ms. Roy .Plcmons and son Ways,, and Mr. and Mrs. Vie Itow- ell and son I.oonard spent the week- el,d camp!r,: oft Eight Mile creek. bL'. ::.-.d Mrs. Art Nelson motored to .),okane " Wcdaesday. They were 1 a,eo:ntm,id on their retull by their] s+n Walter. { { Mc. D. S. Gamble visited in Ok- a:,.;:.n Tuesday wlth Mrs. A. J.{ Coutt. Lowls Munson, Mrs. Gamble's brother brought her home that even- in .1'. * $ $ The Civic League met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Them-{ " be I a Estelle. The next meeting will hehl in two weeks at the home of Mrs. Max Goehry. " IS George and Bob Wilson of Oroville visited their brother Ray Wilson, Wednesday. They were en route to Whitman county on a business trip. They will also visit a brother and sis- ter.  BKEW*TR HERAld, BJ[tJWSTER, WASHINGTON - , i I I =..4V... . i ilaWl I ......... i 1. I I _I ........ I ii i_ ii I I i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ridge of To- I E.F. Taylor of Okanogan was i[ I nasket were Brewster visitors Friday. r Brewster Thursday en route to Spo- ' * * * * { x * * * * 1 I Ed Lessard of Twisp spent two{ H.arold Rieketts of Malott spent days in Brewster this week. the week-end with Jack Thrapp. Mr. and Mrs. H, T. Featherstone spent the holidays at Granite Falls. Miss Maude Tait of Okanogan spent the week-end at the home of :her sister Mrs. C. R. McKinley. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Attridge and children spent the Fourth in Grand- view with Mr. Attridge's parents. * * 0 $ Mr. and Mrs. Ben Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Win. Phillips and daughter are on a camping trip on Gold Creek. * U Olive Clifford of Medford, Oregon, formerly of Brewster is here to visit Miss Ferns IIadley. * * Miss Esther Demmitt of Pateros visited this week with her sisters, Miss Priscilla Pendleton and Miss Doris Holland were shopping' in Omak Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Estelle returned Sunday from a two weeks camping trip. Mrs. Chester Gilden came home' from Seattle Friday to spend the week-end before returning to school. * it, * D. L. Gillesple and Mr. and Mrs. John Geyser made a fishin' trip to Patterson Lake Sunday. a a Mrs. Weaver and daughters, Miss Doris Holland Walter Tim,creek spent Monday in Chclan. * $ * Bob Andersen returned home Tues- Mrs. Yates anti Mrs. Walt Hacker. day after visiting friends anti reht- * ,.' * I tives in Spokane over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. B. Holcomb anti] * * * * children, Miss Lulu Andersen and A.I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atelfison,and Andersen spent the Fourth at Camp lcbildren visited at the John Trodden Gilbert on Lake Chelan. [home at Chesaw'over the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Beason of Spokane I Th Lewis Miller family and Mr. arrived Saturday for a visit with I and blrs. Jim Miller pixnicked at their (hmghter Mrs. Rutlolph Deff-lLake Chelan the Fourth. land. l * * * * * * " [ Mrs Merle Attridge and Mrs. A. Miller Stevens accompanied by hisD. Glascek accompanied )lr. and Mrs. da,ughter-in-law .Mrs. Virgil Stevens George Lippeneott of Okanogan on and Miss Opal Goldberg motored to Seattle for the Fourth. Roy Lockridge returned Wednes- day from Seattle where he was a delegate to tile Eagles convention a trip to Wenatchee this afternoon. Ill U Miss Alice Asbury of Wenatehee and Mr. and lrs. Frank Nelson Gf [ I Tacoma spent the Fourth at the . !S. Asbury home. i i i blr. and Mrs. A. 1.,. Colyar and son{ Cl.ifford spent the.l, ourth at Cen-! trails. They x:cr.e accorhpa|ied.on their return by Mr./'tnd Mrs. J.onon, Mrs. Colyar's parents. Saturday, Sunday anti Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Little and family of Spokane visited Mrs. Little's sister Minnie Springer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Summers motored to Genessce taking Mr. anti Mrs. Sampson. They were accompanied as far as Spok-me by Madelein,., who will visit her sister Mrs. Roy Runyon. Bob Woods entertained a number of young people at his home Satur- day evening. Guests were the Misses Doris Holland, Mary and Dorothy My- ers, Alberta Dowell, Fields, Betty Lou Scofield, Veda aml Verys Weaver and Madeline -;ampsoa aml Eugene Barnes, tlarohl Hunt, Jack Sampson, Wm. and George Myers. NO QUICK FORTUNE IN RABBIT RAISING , * Mr. and Mrs. Herb Washburn and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Widen Darling- ton and children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dowell and family of Brew- ster0 Mr. and Mrs. Miller and fam- ily f Pateros and Mr. and Mrs. Little and family of Spokane, picnicked at Lake Chelan, the Fourth. The next meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held at Pain e Madows, July 13. At this meeting the winners of the 'membership contest will be entertained by the losers at a 12:30 picnic dinner. A special in-i Mr. and Miss Curric andMiss Hal- i citation is extended to all those ell- en Carrie of ?dinm.,sota arrived Wed-lgibie for memberstip to come and nesday for aa extended visit with{bring a covered dish. Delegates to the Mr. and Mrs. I,cster Often. '['hey arc{state convention to be hehl' in Wen- relatives of Mrs. Often. atchee on August 12 and 13 will be * * * * chosen at this meeting. Everyone is Mrs. D. S. Sampson was called to lasked to bring their own dishes. Gnessee, Idaho, Tusday by' the ser-] ious illness of her mother, Mrs. I Automobiles in France more than ten years old will be destroye d by government gnts under a plan ap- proved recently by the national auto- mobile cha:uber of commerce, says Popuhtr Mechanics. A fund would be created for this purpose by a tax of about $5.40 on every new car sold, enabling' the destruction of 45,000 cars a year, according to estimates. None-breakable lenses for eye- glasses have been developed by a Chicago eye specialist through a se- cret process. The non-breakable lense: looks the same anti possesses the l)eople intending to engage in rab- bit raising are advised to thoroughly investigate local possibilities and risks before making investments, in a mmrandum received by the exten- ion service, from the United States department of agriculture. The unemployment situation has had a tendency to focus attention on agricultural enterprises, particularly oo specialized types, one of which is rabbit .raising, says the memorandum. Investigations show that although , . , rabbit raising can be included in the Mr. and Mrs. Brtce Platoons and'.general scheme of agriculture, some daughter and Mr. and Mrs. B. Hol- unscrupulous promoters arc taking comb and children attended the meet- advantage of present conditions to Mrs. Herb Washburn for several ing of the North Central Washington days. Mrs. Washburn accompanied Firemens' Association in Oroville: them back to Spokane. Wednesday. It , It It * . $ $ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Summers, blr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Waddell, and birs. B. F. Conley, Mr. and Mrs.{ Misses Verna Waddell, La Verne Fox Harry Branton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred] anti Bernice Bassett, and Jack Bass- Milner, Mr. and Mrs. G. Nelson, Get- ett and Louis Waddell visited with trade Nelson and Carl Nelson pent Richard Bassett on Mt. Leecher, Men- the Fom'Lh on a camping trip. day. RATE00 ELECTmC OUTSIDE OF SPOKANE PC'=IYr ao //Y CR$1 t C LOTH I HE % = , tl . J i PRtZ'/f Y" $0 #,TR,tO$,F ,/ ,/ ,,,," / /! tS" " / cor o/" FOD AN$ Cl# Tlflllff . CE REAL$  i " ," *,. "" DAIII' PRODtlcT.% " t' % fl'.N ZdF'F'L O, ' PR/CK$ / A B IV   I I17 1 lYa I Itl , ;i/ii impress prospective investors that a fortune awaits them in the rabbit business. They predict big returns, which iu most cases, can not be borne out in actual practice. Nuluerous co.'.nplaints have been received regarding various companies of this nature. These coneerns sell rabbits at very high prices and prom- ise to buy back the meet or fur or both, but they are interested primar- ily in selling breeding stock. Defin- ite action is being taken toward pro- tecting citizens against these prose- ties schemes. HOME ACCOUNTING CUTS LIVING COSTS One of the simplest ways of reduc- ing food, clothing and general house- hold expenditures is through the keeping of home account records, says Miss Gladys Gallup, extension home managumcnL specialist. Keeping account records makes it possible to save money, time anti energy by showing mistakes in buying and man- agement. It also gives a better distri- bution of the fa.nily income. Simple forms may be used to re- cord family expenditures under gen- eral heads such as food, clothing, op- erating and development. Subheads under the group heads should ruin;her detail the expenditures in the case of clothing, insurance and other items. The accouuts should not require more than 10 minutes a day to keep them up-to-date an(t perhaps two hours at the end of the month to summarize them. As the record of cash expenditures gives the farm family only a partial picture of the value of living, it is necessary to know the value of the' far,products used as well ah the pur- chased supplies. In the urban home, the vegetables taken fro,the garden  should be included in the records.: When all factors contributing to the family living are taken into account, the picture is much more complete and more easily analyzed. The real value of the home account records lies in the analysis at the end of each month and at the end of the year. Costs which are out of propel tion are quickly brought to light, eareless buying is exposed and mis- takes in the management of expendit- ures are easily revealed when com- pared with standard cost records. The analysis enables the housewife to plan her expenditures and study her cost in relation to the family income. The way those Europeans want us to saddle the expense for the World War would ahnost make one think that Uncle Sam started it all. Now that the French and the Dutch and the Swiss have taken home all their golfl, let's see how long they can keep it. Th 'lurkish government was able to borrow $15,520,000 the other day. Bet they didn't get it from our bank- er. g /915 JULY 8, 1932 i ii same vision-correcting ability as the ordinary break-tble glass but proteet: the eye from any possibility of flying slivers. "Way /lack ltome," at the Cariboo Theatre next Wednesday and Thurs- day, July 13 and 14. LLOYD L. BLACK Candidate For Nomination For United States Senator DEMOCRATIC Primary Election, Sept,,mb,r 13 E. D. GENSINGER lepublican Candidate For State Representative Okanogan anti I)ougqgas Cout]tios C . INSTANT-GAS LANTERNS Coleman Lanterns are always ready for any lighting job, any tie, in any weather. Light instantly.., no preheating. The New No. 242 Celaman Spor Life Is just the light for any camping, tourlr or lthtng trip. Small in size but bigln briUlance. 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MERRILY YOU'LL ROLL ALONG-- If your car has a good greasing job every 1000 miles We have the necessary tools, grease and oils and the "know-how." Drive your car in. Note: A wash and polish will make that Duco finish shine like a million bucks! SHELL SUPER-SERVICE LAWLESS BROTHERS MID-YFAR SUGGESTIONS CHERRY AND APRICOT BOXES ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE STUCCO MATERIALS Wire, Paper And Stucco SEE OUR NEW FORESTER GREEN STANDARD HEX SHINGLES Ready Made Lawn Furniture, Chairs, Childrens' Teeters, Etc. GAMBLE LUMBER CO. Brewter, Wash. ,, I