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DECEMBER 30, 1932 i m I [ I I _21 AL _ afSTER NOW HAS A SHOE HOSPITAL .... SIWSTER I-IE .RALD, BRgWST R, WASHINGTON ,[ITJ II l, ll ill II I , l [ ., . :': _ ;.,..alJ _ . l l.lll!ll .... i _ i 'MANY ENJOY .................. LOCAL SKATING RINK HAPPENINGS Many of the younger generation have found a great deal of recrea- tion at the skating rink between the Congregational and the Episcopal churches. A group of young men met with the city council and secured free water for the rink. No charge is to be made for use of the rink. ,Last year, it was said at the coun-: ell meeting, the city lost money by charging for water. "We will make it free and not take any loss," was the voice of the councilmen. Brewster has . a real up-to-date shoe hospital. Mr. C. R. Ames hav- ing moved his equipment here from Touehet, Washington. The shop open- ed in the Root building on Fourth street. Mr. Ames has 15 years ex- perience in the game and is well equipped to give expert service. He will repair and rebuild shoes and do other work along that line. He has a fine stitching machine and other mrn equipment. His prices will be in keeping with present times. Looking forward to another pleas- ant year in your midst we extend our heartfelt wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year. H. 0. GROCERY \\;. Brewster, Washington. .... _ , . , . Loris Gillespie left Thursday for a weeks visit in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gilden en- tertained Mrs. Fisher and daughter Miss Davis at Christmas dinner. I # $ $ Mrs. F M. Millberry left Tue.lay morning for Tacoma where she will spend the winter with relatives. $  * $ Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Gamble and Mr. and Mrs. John Gebbers and son spent the week in Seattle. $ # * Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Horn of Kel- so spent the holidays with their daughter, Mrs. Frank James. . * * ., James Smethurst of St. :Paul is here to spend two weeks vacation with his brother Bernard Smethurst. Mrs. Roy Hutchinson of Mazama visited with Miss Gladys Wide !, the first of the week, ,tk IS . * Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Conley and sons spent Christmas in Wenatchee with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Albert Plews of O-: malt spent Christmas at the Vic How- ell home. t S * $ ........ Mr. and Mrs. Weist and family of " . . ..  Riverside were holiday guests of Mrs. Weist's mother, Mrs. Jacob Deffland. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stout entertain- . ed Tuesday evening, ,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Utzinger and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clarkston and son of Synarep. iMr. and Mrs. Ben Smith were Christmas guests of their grandson and wife, Mr: and Mrs. Tom. Estelle at Okanogan. s # h Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Woods en- tertained at Christmas dinner Mrs. Annna Wood, Uncle Joe Ervin and LAWLESS BROS SERVICE Mrs. F. H Phipps left Friday for vv ,,'"ashi=gton. cover d' Alene where she spent Brewster, Christmas with her father, Mr. Ny- lander.  .  . Mr. and Mrs. James Crandall and lnwishing you a Happy New Year we thank you for your past patron- age... :and ask only the happiness of retaining old friends and making new Ones. T o the friends we have met and to those we shall yet have the pleasure of meeting, we extend our warmest New Year Greetings. BREWSTER DRUG CO. Brewster, Washingtofi. Nur New Year's Greetings to you we J wish to accompany with a prom- ise of even better service during 1933 than we have given you in the past. NELSON'S SERVICE ur sincerest wishes for a Happy New Year, and many thanks for your cooperation and patronage dur- ing 1932. BREWsTER BAKERY son, and Mrs. Crandall's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gillespio spent the holidays in Endicott with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Swift and daughter. #, # ' Mr. and Mrs. Attridge left Monday for their home in Grandview after several weeks visit with their son Merle Attridge. Mr. and Mrs. Ratzman left Thurs- day for their home in Snohonfish af- ter a visit at the C. R. McKinley home. Mrs. McKinley and Mrs. Ratzman are sisters. Delbert Clifford stopped in Brew- ster for a short visit with friends Friday, enroute to the coast to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Clifford. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Johnson of Wenatehee spent Christmas with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Myers. * * .* * Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hunt and sons Merle and Harold left Tuesday for their home in CasK.mere after visit- ling several days with Mr." and Mrs. iT. H. Pettit. $ * * * Mr. and Mrs. John Geissler and Mrs. Ramsey entertained at Christmas dinner, Mrs. F. M. Millberry, Mrs. W. D. Owings, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Rutledge and Harold Millberry. $ * * * Mr. and Mr. Robert Whitinger en- :ertained at Christmas dinner, Mr. md Mrs. Mart Smith, Mrs. Nettle Whitinger, Ray and Francis Whiting- er. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson of Ellisforde, accompanied by John and ob Wilson of Oroville made a ti'ip o Brewster Monday. They returned Wednesday, taking a truckload of cattle which have been pastured here. * * $ \\; A number of young people' sur- ?rised Annie, Bob and Win. Woods, ,2hristmas Eve. They were Ruth Geb- bets of Pateros, Emily Dowell, Verys i Weaver and Walter Timmriek. [ Mr. and Mrs.:r.H. Pettit had as -'vests for Christmas dinner, Mr. and .drs. Earl Hunt and sons Merle and i-Iarold and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stout. $ * # * Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Smith enter- tained at Christmas, their daughter Miss Lueila Smith of Wenatchee and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Smith and of Omak. i II I I WILL TAKE OATH OF [SOCIETY WILL HOLD .... OFFICE ON JAN. 9 SLEIGHING PARTY Ralph Mitchell, incoming county The Christian Endeavor Society is commissioner will take the oath of inviting the mothers anti grandmoth- office on January 9. Mr. Mitchell, ers to a sleigh-ride party, Saturday who has been .in the mercantile buM- afternoon, December 31. The party with the Jingle Bells will "take-off" ness in Omak for a number of years, was elected to office last November. at four o'clock and return at about He takes John Peterson's place on five. the board. COMMUNITY CHURCH WEEKLY NEWS NOTES YOUNG MEN FORM SPORTS CLUB HERE Sunday, after Church School, all are invited to a covered dish New Years dinner in the church dining Tuesday evening the Young Mens' Sports Club was organized at the rooms. home of George Wright. A constitu- The Church School Workers have voted to change the time of meeting' tion was drawn up and officers e- lected as follows, Luther Pendleton, from the first to the second Monday pres., Ben Grimm, see-treas., George evening of each month so as not to Wright, sgt.-at-arms. The purpose of conflict with the meeting of the pub- the club is to promote sports in Brew- lie school board. ster The club is interested in all The annual meeting of the Church year round sports from chess and will be held on Wednesday night, checkers to skiing, hiking, swimming, January 11 with a covered dish etc. luncheon in the church. When we come to the close of the ohl year and stop to count the bless- CHURCH PROGRAM ings God has given us in spite of the loss of some things we have wanted. WELL APPRECIATED This is a wonderful ohl world and God has filled it with good things for his children to enjoy. The only On Christmas night at the church the program presented by members wrong thing is the use man has made of them. Brewster is a wonderful of the church school was enjoyed by plae e situated here at the junction all. This year every number from of these rivers with a productive the tiny tots who are under school soil and radiant sunshine twelve age to the young mens and young (Continued On Last Page) womens' parts, all were on the theme of Christ as the central figure. The little children in their presen- tation of their white gifts in a little play helped us to visualize this as primarily the great childrens' Holy Day. With a couple of exceptions the tong program was presented by a large number who took only one part. The illustrated pictures and the readings that were given with them gave an added setting of the birth and early life of the Christ Child. The white gifts that were present- ed were only a part of the many :things that were distributed to needy ones. Mrs. Whitinger was chairman of the committee in charge. The cred- it for the program this year goes to the committee consisting of Mrs. Pendleton, Mrs. Joe McPherson and :Bonita Holland as well as to those who took part. FARVER ATTENDS FATHER'S FUNERAL County Commissioner L. S. Farver passed through this city the first of the week enroute to Wenatehee where he was called by the illness and death of his father. Mr. Farver was recently re-elected county commis- sioner by a huge majority. His home is in Tonasket. WILL NOT HOLD NEW XEAR DINNER The big New Year's dinner which was to lmve been hehl at the Con- gregational church on next Monday noon, has been indefinitely postpon- ed. This will not be good news to those who had planne(l on attending. We all know the ladies alwys serve real eats. Mrs. Roy Pemons is ill with flu this week. Ben Buob was a Christmas dinner guest at the R. A. Downing home. Mr. and Mrs. AI Defflan(l and Mrs. Deffland's mother, Mrs. IIarriagton spent Sunday with friends in Tonas- ket. $ $ : Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kidwell and family of Wenatchee visited Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Howell. Mrs. Kidwell an(I Mr. Howell are sister and brother. e resolve to give the best possible service -- to spare no effort in constantly improving that service. A Happy New Year to you. / Making Life Richer at Less Cost... T@0 cents to hear the world's greatest in your home... ...... Where do you get more for your money than in buying Electric Service? More t;n 2 hours for More than 5 hours ,. ,: . ..  ....: . .:., .,.'.:!:., Two cents is all you have to pay to listen in on the radio all evening. A little more than half a dollar a month. Isn't this electrical service a truly great value? Or consider the other services listed below. Has any other industry ever given you more for your money? More n 2 hours Buy thee appliances [rorn any local dealer I t IECTIIiT v @Sea, vii  IAV[I n waTEr POwEr