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I IlI, I ""  BREWSTER HERALD, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON ..... i I DECEMBEP. 2, 1982 llllll i i STORE ROBBED The C. E. Blaekwell store was en- tered Wednesday night and about $100 worth of cigarettes stolen. En- trance was forced through the door to the back room, which was bolted, and the door leading to the store was unlocked with a pass key. To date no clue has been found as to who bur- g'larized the store, but indications are that the guilty party was famil- ;iar with the premises.--Chelan Val- ley Mirror. 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 Motor Inn .. BREWSTER, WASH. YOUNG TREE PROTECTION Orchardists, We Now Have In Stock[ Several iGrades Of Paper Suitable For Wrapping Trunks Of Young Trees. ONE GRADE OF PAPER WHICH IS VERY SATISFACTORY FOR THIS PURPOSE SELLS FOR LESS THAN 1 CENT PER SQUARE FOOT Wrap Those Trees Before It Is Too Late GAMBLE LUMBER CO. Brewster, Washington. LOCAL HAPPENINGS Fred Tyler has gone to Seattle to spend the winter. ' Ed Lindsay of Okanogan was a bus|ness visitor here Thursday. s $ $ * Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Pettit were Okanogan visitoas the first of the week. Mrs. Joe McCormick is visiting! herin Bellingham.daughter' Mrs. William Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Joim Gebbers, Mrs. Harry Holt and Miss Norms Greaves motoeed to Omak Tuesday. Hazel Crossland returned to school in Wenatchee after spending Thanks- giving with her parents. t . 4 * Ray Whitinger has returned from Cashmere and will spend the winter here with his mother. Mrs. J. J. Stuttler, Mrs. H. L. Washburn, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Dew-: ell and Mrs. Roy Adams made a: shopping trip to Wenatchee, Tuesda E. Mrs. George Crossland received word this week of the death of her sister, Mrs. Sylvia Powell at Lewis- ton, Idaho. Mrs. Joe Summers has returned t'om Hunters where she spent the Thanksgiving holidays with her sister Mrs. Harley Markham. Announcements are out telling of the arrival of an eight pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Carter, Omak. The young fellow ar- rived yesterday. BORN: to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mele in Spokane, a daughter. Mrs. Mele is a daughter of Mr. and Mr0. W. W. Kimball and visited here last sum- mer. Mrs. C. It. McKinley and children Blanche, Melvin and Ralph and Mrs. McKinley's sister, Mrs. James Dun- stan returned Tuesday from Seattle, .H.'. " " "  where they spent several days. L NOTICE: All men interested in a L HOME . . town basketbaIl team are asked to meet in the I. O. O. F. hall, Sunday, December 4 at 2 p. m. LYLE McCORMICK BREWSTER , WASH. PHONE 59 * ' " * Brewster is having an.other short- ..... age of homes. Practically every a- --Prices Effective: SAT. Dec. 3 to THURS. Dec. 8--- variable house is rented. Considerable I road work will start in the near fu-i COME IN AND SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF ture and state engineers will have  headquarters at Brewster. CHRISTMAS CANDY AND NUTS, BEFORE YOU * * Harry Hawthorne, Bruce Plemons, BUY. SPECIAL REDUCTION FOR QUANTITY BUY- J.A. Clarke and Claude Gillespie at- ING. ' tended the wrestling show in Wenat- , - ehee Thursday evening. They also ht- BEANS teo,o00 o, Gee, Small White, 5 lbs. , gin Minstrels. ' . ' Rev. G. R. Minchin, pastor of the WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR, 4 LBS 12 o00oo00.o s visitor in the city the first of the GROUND AT WINTHROP week. Rev. Minchin, was enroute to Twisp to conduct services; He will leave for SPokane soon where he will SALMON !meet with Bishop Cross, who is re- Pink, 3 cans for * turning from the East. i SAUER KRAUT 27 The Civic League met last Friday Reliance, No. 21/2, 3 for * at the home of Mrs. Ed Fox. Due to Lhe fact that the League president has moved away, and the vice-prcsi- HOMINY dent has gone for the winter, the Med. size, 3 cans for League elected Mrs. Chester Gilden president for the remainder of the term. The next meeting will be hekl BEANS --ll71'}n December 8 at the home of Mrs. mqLl I I Cut Stringless, 2 cans for ' Owings. 10li "'" SHREDDED WHEAT .o..o,, o* Per Pkg.-  * .rs. Myrtle Gamble was awarded a pin, Sunday, November 27, for at- tending Sunday School for six years MOTHER'S OATS 351[w,,o.t missing a Sunday. She is Per Pkg.- ..... * nine years of age. Two years ag'o WITH CRYSTAL WARE PREMIUMS she went on a trip to Canada with her uncle, Dan Gamble and family, and attended the Sunday School at COFFEE Z9li.oo,,oto.,, ,o. Vacuum Packed, Guaranteed, lb. * ter from the superintendent of that Sunday School to h'!ng to her teach- er here, in order to keep her unbrok- e & G SOAP--10 BARS .27lien attendance record. , P00TS W-AS00I. POWDER 2511w.N00 THERR|AULT , 2PK., O,M,- Prosecutor Ferd Sehaaf of Okan- IONIONS zsl ogan county, while here yesterday, 25 lbs. -- ...... " said Leonard 'rherriault of Pateros is KEEP YOUR DOLLAR AT HOME DON'T LET IT ROAM I being boosted for member of the state game commission. Okanogan county sportsmen are almost a unit in favor of Therriault, and he has support also in Chelan and Ferry counties, Sehaaf, deelared.Spokune Review. NEWS FROM HERE & THERE ENTIAT BANK TO PAY DIVIDEND SOON An order was sir:ned Tuesday I)y Judg'e Parr, Superior Court Judge of Chelan county, authorizing C. R. Fray, deputy supervisor in eharg'e of the liquidation of the affairs of the Entiat State Bank, to make a com- promise settlement with the Fidelity and Deposit company, of Maryland, on the $20,000 bond of W. D. Wil- son, former cashier. The order auth- orizes Fray to release the bonding company on payment of $16.954.50 cash anti a quit claim deed to 62 acres of real estah: owned by Wil- son.--Entiat Times. AND THEN HE "HEDGED" There is a good Republican in the Okanogan Valley who is a t'irm be- liever in the principles and policies of the GOP anti is willin.' to back his judgment with hiyu chickanmn. So Air. T. placed $50 upon Mr. Hoover being i'eturned to the Presidency. As the day of election approached he realized that his bet was not one of sound judgment, so he p.roceeded to "hedge" with another $50, expect- ing to win one and lose the fir.t bet and coming out even. Who (lid he place his second fifty upon Oh,yes, it was Gellatly.-- Methow Valley Journal, Winthrop. WEDDING BELLS Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock witnessed another happy marriage !between two of the leading young :people of Bethel church, Miss Ruth Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lu- ther Morris of Bridgeport, and Mr. Arthur Buckingham of Bridgeport. Miss Morris wore a charming gown of golden brown. The ceremony was solemnized at the bri(le's home in the presence of a select few. Rcv. Mrs. Fred Reichert officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Buckingham will make their home on the Bar. Douglas County Journal, Bridgeport. In the good ohl (lays of 1929 it was two cars for .every family .anti now it is two families in every car. OPEN FORUM (Continued From Second Page) Prohibition and the 7 Liberty Party votes owned cars and nolle of them wanted the stock where Hoover said Roosevelt would have the grass grow. That explains the vote at Monse, with the exception some wouhl not vote because Roosevelt's name was not on the ballot. Others read the Se- uttte papers too much and wanted to vote for Miller and agaiust Zion- check and were very much put out that the election "ooar(t could not give the the right ballot. Four years ago they wanted Hoo- ver's name on the ballot and accus- e(I the election board of giving out the wrong ballots. But we give notice right now that if Roosevelt don't make the grass g'row like Hoover said he wouhl, which Roosevelt never (loafied we will put Roosevelt four years from now where Hoover is at present. Yes, Roosevelt can go back on tile little promises like building the Grand Coulee dam and finding employment for 13,000,000 people who have no jobs at present and also reduce taxes and a lot of other things. We will still believe in him if he can make the grass grow. 1 was always a believer in Will l{ogers until he advised Roosevelt not to go into conference with Hoover over the war debt. Rogers advised Roosevelt to tell Hoover to peel iris own onion anti shed his own tears, he VIC MEYERS AND BROTHER ARE SUED Victor A. Meyers, lieutenant-gov- ernor-elect, was lnade a codefendant yesterday in the lsaacson Iron Works suit to collect $1,024 from Mr. Mey- era' younger brother, John, an in- ventor, and John Meyers' associate, F. N. Jefferson. The sum is asked for castings and other metal work supplied last year. The ]ieuten:lnt-governor's counsel, Attorney 'James Chehan, said 'just because Mr. Meyers has helped out his brotiler is no reason he is re- sponsible for all his debts."--Seattle Times. Well, if Mr. Roosevelt can solve tim wet and dry problem, get Eur- ope to disarm and pay its debts, and put the'price of wheat up to $1.50. a bushel we will bc willing to ad:nit that ut last we have a real miracle man. chances are good they will find it entirely too strong aml throw it in the wastebasket and tlle American people will pay the $11,000,000,000. Tile Liberty Party people 'are to stop the subscription to tile Seattle Star because in one of its issues it mentionead tile presidential candi- dates and the votes they received but failed to mention Coin Harvey, which was not fair as he received mo4"e votes than Hoover at Monse. Respectfully A VOTER AT MONSE would see him March 4. Now Rogers knows that it was a Democratic onion I (Editor's Note: Due to lack of and 1 am sure Hoover shed a good space we are forced to leave one many tears trying to peel it. He[letter out this week. Letters are g'iv- found out it was too strong for one len preference in order received and party to peel, so now tile Democrats lthis week we are publishing a lettcr are going to try it alone. The lheld over from last week.) GETTNG COLDER! CHANGE NOW TO WINTER LUBRICATION With Every Oil Change We Give Free Inspection Of TRANSMISSION, DIFFERENTIAL, BAT- TERY, RADIATOR, ETC. LAWLESS BROS. 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