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---.q LOCAL HAPPENINGS Donald Dee and Lois Lee Glas- cock are ill with the flu. Miss Verna Waddell is leaving Sat- urday for a visit in Seattle. $ * Dennis Attridge is recovering from an attack of the flu. Mrs. Leonard Therriault was up from Pateros this afternoon. Mrs. Hal Fcatherstone and Mrs. Myrtle Gamble were shopping in Wenatchee, Wednesday. $ $ st: Mrs. Wilmer Woods, Mrs. Ben Holcomb and Will Woods made a trip to Wenatchee this morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Vernon were called to Chelan by the serious ill- ness of Mr. Vernon's mother. Mrs. Lyman Kimball of Pateros was a Brewster visitor the first of the week. $ * $ $ The Civic League will meet Thurs- day afternoon, December 22 at the home of Mrs. W. D. Owings. Mrs. 37. A. Waddell is in Chelan having been called there by the ill- ness of her mother, Mrs. Vernon. Mr. Attridge, Sr., Mrs. Merle Att- ridge and Mrs. Dee Glascock motor- ed to Okanogan Monday The Full Gospel Church is having Bible Study, Saturday evenings at 7:30"n the Kimball building. They also hold church services Sunday ev- enings at 7:30.. Rev. Joe Johnson of Omak. conducts the services. BBffWSTER HItALD, BREWSTER, WASHINGTON "' i ul i i i |r| u i i i H Frank Hawley of the Spokane Sur- t Mr. Ed Yarwood of Okanogan was We wish to call your attention to I gical Supply Co., was a Brewster visi-lin town Thursduy on business the ad of the H. O. Grocery on this I tor this morning. * * " * page. Mr. Featherstone, the manager I * ':' * * Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Downing made h-Ls a fine llst of specials. Are you Jean and Betty, Gillespie were a trip to Ok-mogan Friday. * , * $ Attorney ChaR. Johnson of Okan- ogan transacted business in this city Wednesday. home from school with the flu this I week. George Yates was burned severely the first of the week when thawing A crew of men are working on the new highway building near the Great Northern depot. BORN: To Mr. anti Mrs. J. F. Geg- ner of Oskaloosa, Iowa, a daughter, November 15, 1932. Matt Smith made a business trip to Okanogan Friday afternoon, re- turiug the same day. * g, * * The Hancock Oil company is now running a gas truck from Wenatchee north. Sam Morris has about completed his job of tearing down the Bruce Plemons home which was badly dam- aged by fire. $ $ $ * You know it's bad when a doctor loses his voice. He can look at your tonsils but can't tell you "three dol- lars please." $ * * $ H. L. Washburn is in bed with the flu. Herb is a hard man to keep down and we believe he will soon win out. The cold snap that kept the needle at zero mark for the past ten days has abated somewhat and it is not as bad. A meeting of business men was held in the Brewster Hotel last Mon- day evening for the purpose of dis- cussing problems concerning the city and surrounding country. out a frozen water pipe. His right hand and arm were very badly burn- ed. He is under Dr. McKinley's care. $ : * * Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Campbell re- turned Sunday from a visit in Wen- etches. They have" been visiting' here at the home of their daughter, Mrs. A. D. Glascock. r,: ,:: : Mrs. Bruce Plemons and daughter Dema Mae spent Saturday and Sun-i day in Wenatchee with her sister Kyle Dew. Mr. and Mrs. John Gebbers and Miss Bonita Holland spent several days this week in Seattle. Miss Hol- land visited Miss Molly McCormick while there. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Howell and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plemons surprised Mr. md Mrs. Sam Morris, Wednesday evening. They took lunch with them and played cards during' the evening. Jack Chalmers has been Arid up with a sprained back. Its made a trip to Omak to get the kinks taken out and seems to be improving. Have you donated to the solicitors for the Community Christmas pro- gram? If not you can do your bit by giving your contribution to rs. Gamble or Mrs. Asbury. Mr. Howley of the Spokane Sur- gieal Supply company was a caller in the city Friday. r Grocery PHONE 59 i HOME OWNED BREWSTER, WASH. PRE-INVENTORY SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE: SAT. DEC 17 TO SAT. DEC. 31. TWO WEEKS OF SELLING AT PRICES THAT ARE BARGAINS. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO BUY. i XMAS CANDY AND NUTS PLAIN MIX, Per lb ........................................... 10 TULIP MIX, 2 Ibs ............................................... 23 FRENCH MIX, 21bs ......................................... 35 SANTA MIX, 2 tbs ............................................. 29 TAFFY MIX, 2 Ibs ............................................ 29 WESTERN GUMS, 2 s .............................. 25 PEANUT BRITTLE, 2 Ibs. .29 DELUXE CHOCOLATES, 2 tbs ........... 29 .ll IVORY SOAP, Med. Each ......................... 05 PALM OLIVE SOAP, Each ......................... 05 i BRAZIL NUTS, 2 Ibs .................................. .25 ALMONDS, Per lb ............................................ 15 | WALNIJTS, 2 lbs ................................................ 39 | PEANUTS 2 Ibs. .25 JAP ORANGES, Per box ............................... 80' NAVEL ORANGES, La.rge Per Doe ..... 30 GRAPES, Per Basket ........................................ 15 BAN,NAS, 4 Ibs ............................................... 29 TUNA FISH, Bell Isle, 's ......................... 15 Vz s, 2 For ....... 25 TUNA FISH FLAKES,  ' u BOOTH SARDINES, Each ......................... 08 PiNK SALMON, 3 For ............................... 23 RED SALMON, 2 For ..................................... 25 P & G OR CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 10 as  .25 RINS0 W.s. Powder, Large .21 ready for that big' feed Christmas (lay? O. E. Bisher and Dr. McKinley have .just about lost all the voice they once had. The flu that each one had has left "rod the talking' ap- mratus is coming hack. Mr. Moore, District Manager of the Washington Water Power' Com- pany was in the city the first of the week. Mr. Moore is located in Okan- ogan. $ * Ik " Harry Hawthorne, Warren Kirk, and Jim Arter attended the wrestlihg umtehes in Wenatchee Thursd'ty eve- nine. L. A. Gillespic returned F.riday morning from a ),ear's trip abroad. Vie street about six months on a tour of Europe and the past six months in Shanghai, China. BUY AND USE CHRISTMAS SEALS COLUMBIA HOTEL 200 Rooms Of Solid Comfort WENATCHEE, WASH. If you are shopping for the day make this hotel your headquarters. If you are stopping overnight make this hotel your home. COFFEE SHOP, DINING ROOMS Good Food Sensibly Priced RATES $1.S0 -- $2.00  $2.50 I II II Be DECEMIER 16, 1932 way Congress is functioning it] Adolf Hitler has Irromised the Ger- The begins to look as thoug'h the boys[' man people so many things that if [he ever ,gets in the chancellor's of- who want beer bv Christmas will/ ........... ]lice, SO'nO[)ody Is going 1:0 De ulsap- have to depend upon Santa Claus. [pointed. 00AIL FAR E 5 ]b HOL00 DAYS bo,.,: One Cent per mile GOOD IN COACHES ONLY Go Dec. 22, 23, 24,'25, 26, 29, 30, 31; Jan. I, 2 Return trip must be completed by midnight Jan. 4, 1933 Fares apply between points in Washlnglon, Iddho, Montana, Norfl Dakota [Wilhston and West). Oregon (except south of Po,'llanl}, British Columbia (on Gt. Nor. Ry.), and also 1o points in Utah a.d Wyomin 9 on the Oreqon Shod Line. ROUND -TRIP FARES TO DESTINATIONS I00 miles away $2.20 500 miles away .$t0.80 200 miles away 4.35 I000 miles away 21.60 Inlormedlao distances at corresponding reductions. ALSO Ticlets good in sleepers and parlor cars will be sold at ONF FARE plus 25c for ROUND TRIP ifl {'he fete,tot, d,.,cr;bed above on payment of usual ctmr,3e'; for uch atto,nn,odatlons (or, cjood in coaches). GoDec. 16 to 25,;oclusive, and Dec. 30o Jan. I,inclus;ve Returp t,;p n,ut be completed by midnight Jan. 10, 1933 SPECIAL REDUCTIONS BACK EAST Foe |eto,, d:tails and E,.keh v;sir or phone you, nearest Greet Northern A']ent GREAT NORTHERN GETTNG COLDER! CHANGE NOW TO WINTER LUBRICATION With Every Oil Change We Give Free Inspection Of TRANSMISSION, DIFFERENTIAL, BAT- ,TERY, RADIATOR, ETC. LAWLESS BROS. - I@a-= I li ii il "Better Service" i i,iii I 1 I ' I , Ill I I'll II OROVILLE I N h Tq 9 I ,id4 s IUMAIUE3E, st, 2'/2, Each .1 O ml " 9" r. ."a :: ::, ow no,, ,-,,.,--,.---,,Mr-,,-,-,, --.. vx'a 9 1"5 Bag .... , .--,t.. ' ",::, I. -0RN " " I FARINA Bag iii!i i! 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