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BREWSTER HERALD, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON i i lira i|ml I i,al i i i i L NOVEMBER 11, 1932 ii i. ii ,, m, , The French say they b&apos;a,e an army pJan which will please all nations. Must include a clause for having' Uncle Sam pay for the upkeep of the worhl's m!litary armaments. Throwing corn on HalloWeor/ Used to be expensive business but nowa- days it is. about as cheap as throw- ing gravel. How to get oil from unused wells used to be a real problem in the in- dustry. Now the principal question seems to be how to keep the oil in the wells. ' lJp'io tlais time the free" traders have overlooked a bet in not blam- ing tbe London joblss riots on to the Smoot-Hawley tariff. LITTLE THINGS COUNT t 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. Adjus t headlights to proper focus. Tighten steering mechanism. Align and camber the front wheels. The Hotor Inn BREWSTER, WASH. WE HAVE READY FOR DELIVERY : WASH. NO. 3 LUG BOXES MADE UP We have recently purchased the Woodhury Lumber Co. scales, and will be glad to do your future weigh- ing. Call Mr. Roller at the Lumber Yard. He is in charge of: the scales. If the yard isclosed, phone 23. GAMBLE LUMBER CO. Brewster Washington. HOME OWNED Grocery BREWSTER, WASH. PHONE 59 j i Prices Effective: SAT. Nov. 12 To THURS. Nov. 18 i PROSPERITY-COME HOME! LOCAL HAPPENINGS Mrs. McGee of IIay, W'tstx., mx'iv- ed Monday night for a visit with her mother Mrs. Lizzie Gillespie. Mrs. W. L. Gillespie spent several days this week with her daughter Mrs. James Crandall. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Taylor of Ok- anogan spent Sunday with Mr. anti Mrs. Vie Howell. There will be a communion service at the St. James Episcopal church :hera, Sunday, November 12 at 7:30 p.m. @ $ * * Mr. and Mrs. Hal Featherston an(l Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gillespie made a trip to Yakima, Thursday night, re- turning Friday. Mrs. George Lippencott and son Donald, accompanied by Mrs. Evelyn Cotter and son Kenneth were visitors at the Merle Attridg'e and Dee Ghts- cock homes Friday. dIr. and Mrs. Roy Willett and sons of Okanogan and Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Bowe of Addy, Wasiaingon were Sunday guests at the C. D. Gillespie home. BORN--To Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Swift of Colfax, a daughter, Marjory Ann, November 6. The young" lady weighed nine pounds. Mrs. Swift was formerly Gladys Gillespie. The Odd Fellow and Rebekah or- det's here will hold a Thanksgiving entertainment at the lodge rooms on Tuesday night, November 15. Odd Fellows and Rebekahs and theh' ram- lilies are urged to attend. FOR SALE: Early 1928 Essex coach. Fine shape, good rubber, fin- ish in excellent condition. Expensive horn, cigarette lighter, etc. Opeu to offers or will trade. E. H. GILLAM, Pateros, Wash., next door to lumber yard. lt Workmen in Detroit, working on docks have found an unfinished tun- nel to Canada which was started and abandoned fifty years ago -- a long time before the rum runner would have had any use for it. The hunger march on London proves that the dole system of set- tling the poverty question is not as satisfactory as a lot of our radicals wouhl have us believe. LADLES AID TO HOLD BAKE SALE lsll W. GROUND WHEAT A '4 Pounds Whole When Flour .... A home product made by home people. TOMATOESorov00.00 Ex. Stand.- .10.1] The Brewster Ladies Rid Society will hold another bake sale in the Mc- Kinley building, Saturday, November .... ALL IDle r UIXLIIYII1,1 ][DfI]'L']J]119'to 6Thep. m.time of the sale is from2 W. P. EMPLOYEES GET SAFETY AWARD CRACKERS .... Krlspies, 2 lbs. RAISINS 4 packa.gae i i it i Diamond, New Crop, 2 115 s. . . t .... .u .2511 .23 .49 IWALNUTS POP CORN Yakima, 2 lbs. ,15 PANCAKE FLOUR 9 39 i. CORN MEAL 00.sa, .25 ROLLED OATS 9tb. Bag .30 i t SPERRY PANCAKE FLOUR Pkg..19 SMALL PACKAGE WHEAT HEARTS FREE i i ONIONS so s.ok , ICABBAGE ...... For Kraut, 1OO lt)s. Award of the Certificate of Merit by the National Safety Council to the Washington Water Power com- pany and its employees for an ex- ceptional record of accident preven- P AND G, SOAP S r 1 0 Bars -- -- --,--- -- " Fisken, safety engineer fo the Wash- --PU-' is shown with the certificate in the .60 accompanying picture. Local, 100 lb sack To win the award the company 1.00 participated in the annual safety con- test of" the National Safety Council, competing with 23 other electric ser- i vice companies. The contest lasted !for one year beginning July 1, 1931. During this time the Washington Wa- :ter Power company accident report :showed only 7 lost time injuries for 2,061,357 man-hours. Under the supervision of Mr. Fis- ken, the company carries on a con- stant program of first aid training and accident prevention work. l KEEP YOUR DOLLAR AT HOME DON'T LET IT ROAM! I JI I[ I I I I IIIIII II . t COMMUNITY CHURCH WEEKLY NEWS NOTES "What Price Peace," an Armistice Day sermon will be preached on Sun- day morning' at the local church at eleven o'clock. The Church School will meet at ten o'clock with classes for all ages. Come and brin-' the children, they will get more out of it il! tlmy are brought and not sent. The Clmrch School workers held their I monthly meeting at the home of Wihner Woods last Monday evening'. Please bring the fruit that has been put up for the Deaconess lms- pital at Wenatchce, to the church Sun(lay so we can pack and ship the barrel The Christian Endeavor will he led Sunday evening by Doris ttolland and the young peoples group will be led by Miss Bernadine ttumphrey. The Junior Christian Endeavor will lneet at four-thirty with Mrs. Peudleton and Mrs. Whith,y as adult leaders. Sunday evening the topic will be "After Election, What?" We hope to have a young people's choir to sing at this service. Thanksgiving day there will be a service at the church at ten-thirty, there will be special music. Thanksgiving evening the Cotton Blossom Jubilee Singers, a troop eli colored people from the Piney Woods school of Mississippi will give a con- cert consisting of negro spirituals. These people are accomplished musi- cians and are on a tout' to enlist in- terest ia their school. A free will of- fering for the school will be taken at the concert. The Washington Council of Christ- ian Education will hold two fall in- stitutes in Okanan County this month. Dr. Victor L. Whitter, direct- or of religious education for the Bap- tist churches of Washington and Rev. Gertrude L. Apel, both of Seattle will be the leading speakers. The first in- stitute will be at the Omak Presby- terian Church, Monday November 28 and the second will be at the Twisp Methodist Church, Tuesday Nov. 29, there will be sessions in the morning and afternoon of each day. Brewster church will send dele- gates to Omak. STATES ROADS BRING IN TOURIST DOLLARS Washington's highway program is a nmjor factor in the state reaping a fortuue yearly in tourist dollars and should be continued Without abate: ment as a means of furnishing em- ployment, spreading prosperity and promoting develop'nent. This view was expressed by Char- les H. Webster of Vancouver, B. C., official Canadian publicity man, in an address before the Washing'ton tli.g'hway Fun<l Conservation l.eague in Seattle. Construction of roads as now con- ducted is not met'ely of immediate benefit in increasing employme at and business generally," said Mr. Weh- ster. "It is resulting in it valuable as- set in state development, and espec- ially is it the instrument of turning a high tide of tourist dollars this way. "This is evidenced by the marked growth of tourist travel experienced by British Columbia since Washing- ton began to afford good roads. Al- though the figure in the fiscal year ending March 31, 1932, was not as high as in the peak year preceding, a total of 166,509 American atttomo- biles entered Britis Columbiu, and the great bulk of these traveled by the state of Washington botb enter- ing and departing from the Canad- tan province. And virtually every state in the United States was rep- resented in this travel. "Naturally, Washington business md Washington's gasoline tax rewm- ues profited tremendously. Similar benefits accrued from the 139,711 Canadian automobiles that traversed Washington in touring" southbound from British Columbia. 1 know tllat I myself, like scores of thousan(ts of 'other residunts of British Columbia, have been immcns,.lv interested in motoring' to the different sections of th state of Washington, becoming fa- miliar with the g'reut orchards, grain fields and other phases of agricul- ture and with varied industrial de- velopments in Washington and view- Jug the state's scenic wbndbr.. Only Washington's ,good roads have this possible aml inviting. And ington has reaped a rich rex Opposition of Washiul ] )Ote! :non to any diversion of e state,s ' revenues froth .u.:HsO]ille I/.LXOS . autolnotive ]!CCIISC fci!s V,'D.S exl)res;- ed at the same meeting, by A. C. C. Garner of Tacoma, president of the Washington St:de Hotel Association. bit'. Garner sai'd that "every hotel man is vitally intere.ted in road de- velopment of this state because it is ot" paranouat importance to the he- tel husiness," and they want road inoneys tO go only for roads. III I I I BOND PRINTING Our plant Is complete for everytldtq I you need In the line of prlntlns and we can assure you first grade wrlt on Hammermlll stock. Ask'us. I II I II WE SELL RADIATOR INSURANCE BOND FLOZON "The Rustless Anti-Freeze" Our chart gives proper quantity for your car. LAWLESS BROS. "Better Service" II III I I '111 III i , illlll Now Thor brings you a better, easier, more economical washday....over in a few short hours, with new Mondays of leisure yours to do with as you please. Prices now are the lowest in history. Slashing reductions have been made throughout the entire Thor line. You need pay only $5 down .... the balance a little each month. No longer is there any reason why you too can not en- joy Thor's easier, more economical washday. See the Thor washer and ironer today. Go at once. You will never be satisfied with less. TUNE IN ON THE cept Sstur|y in Sunday SGTOSWATgR pOWEr00O. q