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Ib BR,.EWSTER HEILI.,D, BR.EWSTER, WASHINGTON .... AUOUST 19, :t932 LOCAL i! 1931 FORD Coupe at a price you cannot afford to ndss. 1931 Plymouth Sedan "tt a BIG RE-! D U CTI.ON.. - o . . 1929 Whippet Sedan (Spdcial Pric'e) 1930 FORD Coupe with fumble seat. 1929 FORD Tudor Sedan. SEVERAL OTHER GOOD CARS NOT LISTED. See tliem or write GREGORY MOTOR COMPANY Okanogan, Wash. SPECIAL Ford Enclod Delivery Model "A" only run about 13,000 miles. Just what you want for delivery purpos- es or hauling" school children. See it at at GREGORY MOTOR COMPANY Okanolan WILL TRADE Mod.'l T Cars and Trucks for Wood, Wheat CatLle, Hogs or young heavy hoz.'s-:;. Write ,s and we will come and see you. GREGORY MOTOR COMPANY Okanogan LOOK HERE "3me bargain in Packard Sedan, cost $2950 only run 26,000 miles go- ing' for less than $250.00 if taken be- fore August 10th. Better see this one. Another BARGAIN, Dodge Sedan: for less than ,150.00r--Take a look at it. 1931 NEW I)el.uxe l'oadster at a[ 1)ISCOUNT (it's a beaut)'). 19:.;1 FORD Sodaal only run 5000 miles, looks amt runs like new. You will like it. Stock Reducing SAL[ Plate, a real Here is your opportunity to get that Hot Fan, Percolator, Waffle Iron or Toaster at saving. : Reg. Price Sale Price .PERCOLATORS $21.50 $10.00 HOT PLATES -- - 9.90 4.50 WAFFLE IRONS 18.50 10.00 TOASTERS 8.50 3.00 WASHERS 120.00 70.00 HAPPENINGS Mrs. Ndtie Whitfnge' motored t'o Pateros Tuesday. '' ' .: :'" ,II $ * $ Dr. C. R. McKinley made a tzqp to Okanogan Tuesday. b Millburn Alexander was down from Tonasket this week. * , $ Miss LilLian O'Callaghan, county nurse, was in Brewster, Tuesday. * J * W. W. Kimball made a trip to Spokane last week. e- * $ $ Uncle Joe Ervin was a Patevos visitor Tuesday. * * ;It Mrs. Roy Adams retm'ned home Saturday from a visit on the coast Luther Pendleton is home from #Se- attle for a two weeks vacation. $ .'It $ Mr. and Mrs. Ray Warner and children left Wednesday morning' for a weeks vacation on the coast. * - $ BORN--To Mr. and Mxs. Warren Gegner of Twisp, a son, Monday, August 15. * * $ Stephen F. Chadwick of Seattle, was a visitor at the E. R. Tyler home Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Adams have moved into one of Mrs. tIolden's! houses. Mr. aml Mrs. Glen Downing have returned to Spokane after a dslt at the R. A. Downing home. # * * * Mrs. Max Goehry and ckildren, Kay, Jack and Stanley left Wednes, day to spend a week on the coast. Thy were accompanied by Mrs. By- ron Stubbs and son Bobble. $ * * $ Mr. and Mrs. Ben Elliott and daughter Eileen of Wenatchee, called at the D. L. Gillespie home, Sunday I . ! cretans. $ $ * * Mr. aitd 1Mrs. F. J. Clifford artd daughter Olive left Wednesday for _ - . . Roy Plemons has been on the sick t HALEYMcCREA list this week. [ Mabel Ilaley and F. L. McCrea * * * * lwere united in marriage in Spokane Bob Andersen has moved into one the firsi of the week. Both are well 91' Mrs. Holden's cottap;cs, known here, having lived in Brew- : " ster :t number of years. p .. p , . . . :'::/:is':' V'.ern F -Wadd@ is stfffering from a bad felo'l or'rfe' f-i', '. :". ;: e., , o ' , Miss Ruby Putnam' of Omak is visiting friends in Brewster. Miss Marie Graves of Ok'mo'an visited with l(er niece Mrs. Tom Es- telle, this week. Miss Ferne Keb' of.Seattle is.visit- ing at the" home of he.r u. ncles, Al- bert and Martin Wick. o . * , Mr. and Mrs. Roy Willett" and family of Okanogan were Brewster visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Lenora Bryant aml A. L. Colyar transacted business in Okan- ogan, Wednesday. * * * .. The Al Yeager and BI F. Conley families have returned hpme from a camping" trip' to Lake Crqek. , $, * * * Miss Carol Gibbs who has been visiting at the H. Lamberton home, returned Monday to her home in Se: attic. : * * Mr. and Mrs. Bob Al|yn have re- turned .from a weeks visit with Mrs, Allyn's parents, Mr. aml Mrs. Win. I,..Phillips at Monitor. Mr. and irs.*To'*m Estelle motor-[ ed to Omak Wednesday evening and 1 will visit Mrs. Estelle's parents, Mr.[ and Mrs. Walter Buchanan. I.r The Herald this weak is offering a bargain subscription offer, For the complete details turn to page lone of this issue. Mr. and Mrs. William Davis, Mrs. Vivian' Hunternmn and daughter Jacquelin'e'went to Spokane the first of the week to secure medical treat- ment foe Jacqueline. Herb Washburn and Walter Loupe tokk a truckload of pears to Spokane Sunday evening. The pears were from the W. C. Kirk orchards. * .#. * n s{;vos WAW.r pOWEr Mi'L B. ,W. :ndihursi " h, ft for Spokane, Wednesday, for a short vis- it with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fagg are home from the Palouse country where Mr. Fagg was employed in the 1 Pendleton, Oregon, where they will I U gll HOME --,. I...m. nlattend the Round up. uroceryll "" II 1 o 0 OWNED Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Estelle re- turned Sunday from Gold Creek BREWSTER, WASHINGTON. where they have been camping for the past two weeks. Prices Effective: SAT. Aug. 20 To THURS. Aug. 25 LIPTON'S BLACK TEA ONE POUND TIN HALF POUND TIN QUARTER POUND TIN mn I KELLOG'S ' .40 .20 ALBER'S FLAP JACK FLOUR RICE KRISPIES 2 pk..19 Pk. .20 DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR Recipe Tested by Martha Meade. For All Flour Uses 49 lb .sk. 1.29 .85 __ __ .25 .19 .19 ,29 .45 25 .20 COFFEE Reliance, 3 lb. tin- PINEAPPLE Del Monte, :t/z's , 3 For KARO SYRUP S:ue, BOTTLE CAPS SOAP c00y,00.l White or P. & G., 10 Bars- BROOMS Banner OYSTERS 5 0,., 3 For-- CORNED BEEF lit * $ $ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Allyn have mov- ed into the D, D. Holland house, for- merly occupied by the Bruce Plem ons family. * * ', Mr. and Mrs. Jim Turner and children came over from Soap Lake to spend the week-end with Mrs. Turn. !er's mother, Mrs. N. Lawless. Miss Edith MaeFarland arrived :Wednesday morning front Chicago, for an extended visit at the U. E. Fries and Ray Warner homes. Miss MaeFarland has been attending an Art School in Chmgo. Mr. aml Mrs. Hanv Georg'e and son arrived in Brewster Tuesday ev- ening for a brief visit at tlie L. :E. Price home. Mrs. George was for- merly Miss Gladys ,Price. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Markham and son of Hunters, Wash., arrived Thurs- day to spend a few days with Mr.' hlarkham's sister, Mrs. Tom Lynch. They report that the' crops at Hunt- ers are the years. * $ Mrs. A. D. Glascock, Mrs. George Tweedy and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dob- son motored to Spokane Sunday. Mrs. Glascock will receive medical t.reat- ment. Mrs. Tweedy is retumdng, to her home after visiting here the 'past two weeks. l.ast Friday little Mexcedes Ansert suffered painful bixiises when she accidentally caught her hand ia the wringer of an electric washing" ms, chine. Before it could be released her hand passed 'through the wring- er almost to the shoulder. She was taken to Dr. McKinley at.once.: No bones were broken. ,* * * * Among those attending the Legion and Auxiliary convention in Wenat- chee last Friday and Saturday weie Mr. 0,nd Mrs. N. C. Evans, Mr.. and Mrs. Byron Stubbs, Mr. gnd Mrs. Lynn A]lyn, "Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chalmers, Miss Lulu Andersen accompanied her father, C. Andersen to Spokane, where he will receive medical treat- men t. The civic Le'ag'ue met. yesterday at the home of Mrs. LizzieGillespie. The next meeting will bo held in two weeks with Mrs. J. W, Geissler. Mr. and Mrs. George Crandall of Cashmere cerebrated their sitxiethl w.edding anniversary Thursday even- ing at the home of their son James Crandall. i and Mrs. J. T. J:acobs enter-i Rev. tained a crowd of thirty-two young I people at a lawn .party Tuesday ev-] ening. After numerous games were played, refreshments were served. * $ * * Th Auxiliary will meet Wednes- day, August 24 at the home of Mrs. Ben Smith. Election of officers will l be held and convention reports giv- en. " " .. Mrs. Hart'# Bell 'and 'son of Se- lattle stopped in Brewster a short time Thursday, en 'ro.ute to Okanog-I an, Mrs. Bell is a former Berwster resident. * * $ * Mrs. Forrest Six ad son Junior, aceonpanied Mr. axmlMrs, Harry George to Portland, Thursday mor- ning. She will visit there a week with Mr. Six who is employed there. Mr. and Mrs. F. J, Clifford, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Geissler, Mr. and Mrs."D. S. Gamble, Mr. and Mrs. John Gebbers and son Dannie, pick- nicked at Soap I,ake, Sunday. 7 * .t ,, Mr. 'and Mrs. Albert Wick motor- ed to Conconully, Sunday, to bring mme their daughter Daisy who has been visiting.her sister Mrs. I,eonard Honey. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Honey and Miss Em- "ma Eddy :ho. will spend a few days at the Wick home. 1 .Mrs. Win: Marrls entertained kt a clever "Dumb Dora" party at home at Wakefield last Frid: guests were Mesdames E. F. Six, Max Goehry, B, H. Pettit, J. W. Geissle 'Paul Bramhall; J. At Smthfirst, C: R.  Mrs. Max Marchesseau and iMrs. J. /'eager. Itigh " A. Rutledge. 'J Max Goehry, : They will make their home on their o.rchard ,property west of town. I wheat harvest. ........... ,.. ,.... Mss Chnstophe of Seattle is visit- " "" .... " .... " .............. Marian Asbury went to Wenatch,. 'ins Mrs. Kenneth MePherson. [Tuesday where she will visit her' 4i.- * * * [ters Miss (; Asbury and Mrs. Peter MePherson transacted busi- I l, anxer. hess in. Okanogan, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. N. Rowland and fam- ily left Tuesday for a short visit in Kennewiek. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Evans and llaz- et Crosslancl roach: a trip to Wenat- chee, Wednesday. Curtis Armstrong left Monday ell route to New York for a visit with relatives. Rev. and Mrs. O. S. Baker spent the first of. tile week with their daughter Mrs. J. N. Pendleton. W. B. Lawless is city marshal this week during the absence of Bruce Plemons. Mrs. Dewey Craig and daughter Dixie were down from Ok-mog'an Thursday morning. Mrs. Wihner Woods left this mor- ning for Ellensburg. On her return she will be aceoml)anied by her soil and daughter, Will and Anne who are attending the State Normal. g Mr. and M':i's. *Br:ee* Plemons amt daughter Dema and Mrs. 13. F. Pie:n- ions are enjoying a camping trip on Eight Mile Creek. Joe Milh, r and A. R. Vernon at'e moving the stock of the Woodbury Lumber Co. to P'tz'os and Okanog- all. Keep the date of September I o- pen. On that night tile Ladies Aid Society here will present a group of three plays. Watch for fut'ther tie- tails. Mrs. Lena Jolly entertained tim Senior Bible Class at her home 'rhurs- (lay evening. Those presollt were Mr. and Mrs. leeatherston, Rev. and Mrs. Pendleten, Mrs. Widel, Mrs. IIyde, Mrs. Colyar, Mrs. I)owell, Mrs. Wash- burn, Mrs. Owing-s, Mrs. James, Mrs. ltolcomb, Mrs. A. Woods, Mrs. As- bury, Mrs. Whitinger, Mrs. Millberry, Mrs. Stubbs, Mrs. Branton, Mrs. Cur- ry, Ms. Holdcn, Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. Geissler, Miss his Curry, liss Mar- jorie Me'ick and the hostess, Mrs. Jolly. LITTLE THINGS COUNT You car will give more satisfactory performance if you have the following check-ups made: Adjust brakes, reline if necessary. Clean and adjust carburetor. Timing and ignition. Adjust headlights to proper focus. Tighten steering mechanism. Align and camber the front wheels. The l00otor Inn BREWSTER, WASH. FOR SALE Alfalfa Hay NO. 1, BALED AT WOODBURY LMBR. YARD OR PHONE ROY R. SMITH BREWSTER J i Ladl'es." 1 CENT SALE OF DRESSES JULY CLEARANCE SALE TO GET READY FOR THE NEW FALL STYLES Buy One Dress At The Regular Price And Get Another Of The Same Price for 1 CENT Just received a ,new line of fall styles. New low prices. All summer styles going at slashed prices. Mrs. Claude Gillespie Phone 372, For A1)l)ointment i, i , i ii I (