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Breezy Bits of News
From Peshastin
Miss Mary HauliiT was the hostess
at her school luncheon Friday noon.
Her menu was fruit cocktail; pineap
ple-date salad, salted wafers; cream
ed chicken in patty shells, mashed po
totaoes, hot rolls, butter, deviled
•ggli cream and coeoanut pie and
coffee. Her table was prettily dec
orated in yellow and white, and her
guests were Mrs.. Hilly Spanker, Mrs.
Forrest Keedy, Mrs. Fred Miller,
Mrs. Kathyl Qngory and .Mrs. (ieo.
Hauber.
Mr. and Mr.-. 0. S. Sampson were
guests at the Fred Miller home, Sun
day.
Mrs. Ott entertained the P, L P.
Club at her home Friday afternoon,
Bnc a large crowd was present. Af
tei the business meeting. Mrs. Hau
ber rea<l a very instructive paper on
home canning methods. The hostess
served deviled egg! In lettuce vests,
sandwiches, coffee, and cream cocoa
nut pie. Those members present
were Mrs. Bradley, Mrs. 1.. Harvey,
Mrs. H. Harvey, Mrs. Henry Saver,
Airs. Maude Starks. Mrs. Jack Rog
ers, Mrs. Billy Spanger, Mrs. Kathyl
Gregory, Mrs. Herbert Newell, Mrs.
Fred Miller, Mrs. Geo. Hauber. Mis.
Forrest Leedy, Mrs. Howard Stephen.
Mrs. Lena Daggett, Mrs. Foster and
Mrs. Billy Stage.
Cecil Pollard, whose parents are on
the Hauber ranch, is quite ill with
appendicitis, and will be operated nn
at once.
Word has been received here of the
death of Mrs. Robert Kennedy who
has been in California for several
months for her health, but who has
been slowly sinking, in spite of ;>U
medical attention and the care of
loved ones. Though Mrs. Kennedy
had not lived in Peshastin a long
period of time, while here, she made
many friends, all of whom deeply vp
gfTet her passing.
The P. T. A. held its regular meet-
Ing at the auditorium Friday nigh*.
Election of officers was held first.
Mrs. Springer was re-elected presi
dent; Mrs. Fred Wright, vice-presi
dent; Mrs. Leedy, secretary; Mrs. W.
W. Young, treasurer. After this was
dispensed with, a short program was
presented. Mrs. Gregory gave a vio
lin selection, accompanied by Mrs.
Leedy, and a sketch entitled "The
Easter Bonnet," was presented by
Thelraa Bergren, Robert Gregory,
James Gray and Evelyn McCoy; a
piano duet by Esther Reister and
Marie Kueh; a vocal trio by Mrs.
Bradley. Marie and Lydia Kuch.
Then Mr. Bakke gave a very interest
ing and instructive talk on "The Val
ue of Choosing a Vocation," which
showed lots of us the error of our
ways. After this a lunch of sand
wiches, coffee and apple pie was
served.
Mr. Amos Miller was taken to Se
attle Monday ami word has been re
ceived since that he feels better.
Saturday is proinff to bo "clean-up"
day at the school yard, and all who
can come to help will have a hot din
ner served them at noon by the P. T.
A. All who can brinp teams, please
do so.
The Easter program at the M. E.
church was well attended and several
COMING
AGAIN
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Curry
Eyesight Specialists
of Seattle, who make reg
ular visits to Leaven
worth, will make the next
professional visit to
Leavenworth Saturday,
April 20, for one day, at
the Hotel Barclay. Eyes
examined, Glasses flitted
Sanitary Dairy Products
Butter fresh from the churn is selling very
satisfactorily.
Try one bottle of our high-testing milk .
Ask for coffee or whipping cream.
We have strawberry and vanilla Ice cream In
stock. We use real strawberries only.
Fresh buttermilk at any time.
Expect to have fresh supply of Cottage cheese
by Saturday. (Limited supply).
Purity Creamery
RICHARD MUS, Proprietor
pleasing numbers were given. A
recitation by Milton Kirby; vocal H
10, "Aye Maria," by Mrs. Gregory, ac- |
companied by Mrs. Starks; piano solo,
Dorothy Wright; vocal solo, Wendell
Kobinson; piano solo, Wilma Kirby;
recitation, Doris Harvey; recitation,
Dorothy Saver, and two splendid
numbers by a male quartet composed
of ("has. Wright, Joe Kirby. Walter
Smith and Mr. Wiley; then "Tie Holy
City" was sung by requeet by Mr.
Wiley, and Mr. Kroneman gave some
very pleasing remarks.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Got!" spent Sun
day at the Kely and Pulse home.
Miss Jewel Williams spent the week
end with Miss Glendo Smith in Wen
atchee.
Mrs. Gregory was die dinner guest
of Mrs. Billy Stage Friday evening.
Quite a few people from here at
tended the fruit grower dinner at
Cashmere Monday evening. Some at
tending were Mr. and Mrs. White.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stage, Mr. and Mrs
Fryberger. Mr. and Mrs. M. W.
Starks, and Mrs. Maude Starks. Miss
Lanphere and Mr. J. A. Wilson.
Miss Eva Wilson has gone to Se
attle to be with her mither, who is
slowly recuperating from a dangerous
operation.
Several of the P. L. F. members
attended the Northwest District Fed
erated Clubs' convention at Cashmere
Tuesday. Besides Mrs. Stage an.l
Mrs. Newell, who were the official
delegates, the following registered as
visitors: Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Rogers.
Mis. Gregory, Mis. Scott Young.
Mrs. Fred Miller, Mrs. Starks, Mrs.
Leedy, Mrs. Sponger, Mrs. Daggeti
and Mis. L. Harvey.
Mrs. W. O. Kelly is ill, a physician
being called for her Saturday morn
ing.
H. H. Starks returned from Seattle
Tuesday.
The Royal Nieghbors entertained
their families and friends at a social
evening Tuesday at the Woodmen
hall. At a late hour a splendid lunch
was served.
Don't Let a Blaze from Your Match
Start a Blaze in The Forest.
CASHMERE.
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Morton have
purchased the home of J. H. Jackson
on Division Street. Consideration
was $2600.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Flitter have
rented the Park homo of E. B. Patter
son. Mr. and Mrs. Ritter are from
Sioux Falls, So. Dak.
W. R. Wade and wife of Malaga,
were visiting here Monday.
Mrs. Ed. Hathaway of Seattle i
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Fred But
ler.
Lindsay Currie of Peshastin, spent
Easter here.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Wilder Pollock en
tertained at dinner Sunday. Miss
Opal Fortner and Raymond Lowers.
Color scheme was yellow and white.
Mrs. Wni. F. Weimer is here from
Seattle visiting her sister, Mis.
(irant I'aton.
Mr. Sim Smith is entertaining his
sister from Seattle.
Dr. F. T. Robinson is in Brewster
looking after property interests.
Mr. and Mrs. Aklen Westland have
taken apartments over the F. & M.
Hank.
\V. 1,. Tucker has purchased several
lots in the DoHoril Addition.
The three children of Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Wells spent Easter vacation
with their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Hiliard of Monitor,
Mrs. C. M. Erickson, who 1 been
ill with tonsilitis, is a^ain able to be
on the street again.
Dr. .1. I). Barnes is in Idaho look
ing after business interests.
The Westminister Guild met with
Misses Stark and I.add Monday eve
ning at the Blewett hotel.
The Gleaners Society are planning
an apron sale at the church April 20.
Mr. and Mis. D. R. Moody enter
tained at six o'clock dinner Wednes
day evening. Later in the evening
Five Hundred was enjoyed.
A Smoking Hatch Carelessly
Thrown .May Mean A Smoking For
est.
THE LEAVENWORTH ECHO
UNIVERSITY SHOULD SERVE
SOCIETY WHICH CREATED IT.
After almost one year of part time
leave from the campus of the Univer
sity of Washington, Dean Stephen I.
Miller of the roller of business ad
■ ministration has returned for full
time work.
Dean Miller remain.-, in an advisory
capacity, with the Itle of mamgi r,
for the Northwest Electrical Service
League.
"University education has lost the
enthusiasm of a jrreat many citizens,
due to the fact that its product has
lacked power to translate problems of
society.
"The new university education will
insist upon a broad base supplement
ed with sufficient specialization !■'
create enthusiasm, continuity and ap
plication. This viewpoint will en
thuse the student toward his life
work.
"The university must serve the so
ciety which created it." said Dean
Miller upon his return t.i the Univer
sity.
Carelessness is the Cause of Most
of the Forest Fires in the National
Forests. Be Careful witli Fire when
in the Woods.
The Law- Impose a Fine of $500,
or 12 Months' Imprisonment, or Both
for Setting :i File in a National For
est ami Allowing it to Escape from
Control, or for Leaving a Camp Fire
Without Completely Extinguishing
It.
A Match Started It! The Reßult:
A Great Forest Fire Which Destroyed
Timber and Property, Drove Away
Wild Game, and Tinned Hunting and
Camping Grounds Into Desolate
Wastes. The Lesson: Break Your
Match in Two—He Sure It is Out He
fore You Throw It Away.
ORDINANCE NO. 21!).
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO
DISTRIBUTION OF RECEIPTS
OF WATER SYSTEM, BETWEEN
WATER FL'NI) AMD WATER
EXTENSION FUND AND
AMENDING ORDINANCE NO.
li) 6OF THE CITY OF LEAVEN
WORTH.
THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF LEAVENWORTH DO
ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS:
Section I.
That as soon as the present out
standing warrant indebtedness of the
Water Extension Fund of the City of
Leavenworth shall have heen paid,
the distribution of the receipts from
the Bale of water and the operation of
the water system of the City of
Leavenworth shall l>e as follows:
Ninety per cent (90%) of the said
receipts shall he paid into the Water
Fund of the City of Leavenworth and
ten pci 1 cent (10%) of said receipts
into the Water Extension Fund of
the City of Leavenworth, until .such
time as all warrant indebtedness of
the Water Fund shall have been paid;
and thereafter fifty per cent (50',; ) of
the receipts of the said water system
shall be paid into the Water Exten
sion Fund of the City of Leaven
worth, and fifty per cent (50%) of
said receipts in to the Water Fund of
the City of Leavenworth.
Section 11.
That Section 1 of Ordinance No.
li)(i he and it is hereby amended to
read as follows:
'Sec. 4. —That upon the issuance of
any warrant on said fuml, the same
-hall bo presented to the City Treas
urer for payment, but if there is then
not sufficient money in said fund to
pay said warrant ami all other war
rants outstanding against said fu id,
he must endorse on said warra it :
"Not paid for want of fund-"; the
date of his endorsement, and his sig
nature. That from and after the di te
of such endorsement* the said
rant shall bear interest at the rate of
eight per cent {>>■''< ) per annum in
til paid, interest payable semi-annual -
ly. The City Treasurer shall also
stamp on the back of said warrants
the time that said warrants may
probabl" be paid, which statemenl
will be based on the monthly income
from the City's water system."
Section 111.
That Section 6 of Ordinance No.
196 be and it is hereby amende'! to
read as follows:
"Sec. 6.The warrants to be drawn
against said Water Extension Fund
shall be substantially in the follow
ing form, to-wit:
Leaven worth, Wash., 1!)...
No.
£
Int
CITY OF LEAVENWORTH
To the TREASURER OF SAID CITY
Pay to the order of
DOLLARS
out of the Water Extension Fund not
othewise aDpropriated.
This warrant is issued by order of
the City Council made on the day
of , 11l and is in pay
ment of claim for
This warrant shall draw Interest at
the rate of B'/r per annum payable
semi-annually from and after the
time the same i- presented to the
Treasurer of said City, and endorse.l
by said City Treasure!" as not paid
for want of funds. Said interest
shall be paid from the Water Exten
sion Fund of t' c City of Leaven
worth.
Mayor!
Attest:
City Cierk.
First Reading, March 28, 1922
Passed by the City Council this
11 th day of April, 1922.
Approved and signed by the May
or, this 11th day of April. 1922.
ANTHONY OMEKE
Mayor,
Attest:
E. O. GOWING,
City Clerk.
Approved as to Form:
HERMAN HOWE,
City Attorney.
ORDIN VNCE N<>. Hi.
AX ORDINANCE RELATING TO
PUBLIC DANCES WITHIN THE
CITY OF LEAVENWORTH.
THE CITY COUNCIL OF Tin: CITY
OK LEAVENWORTH 1"' OR
PAIN AS FOLLOWS:
Section I.
That no Hall or place within the
city of Leavenworth shall I"1 permit
' ted'to (five any public dance or dances
to which an admission fee is charged
without flrsi having obtained from
! the City Clerk of the City of I • avi n
worth a license as herein provided.
Section 11.
The application for .-aid license
.'hall he in writinv luit no fee shall be
required to be paid for the said li
cense.
Section 111.
The owner or manager of such hall
or place shall lie vi sponsible for the
proper conduct and behavior of ail
pel-sons attending such dance or
dances and any di orderly conduct
shall subject the license to cancella
tion by the City Council of the city
of Leavenworth without notice or
hearing-
Section IV.
Any person or persons violating
this Ordinance shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor and shall be fined any
sum nut exceeding One hundred dol
lars. ($100.00), and any person or
persons irivinn a public dance or cans
School Motion
Pictures
TUESDAY, APRIL 25—7:30
"SILAS MA RNER"—George Eliot's classic
masterpiece in seven reels.
—Also—
"Farmer Alfalfa and His Wayward Pup."
15c — 30c
Wholesale [V/f F AX^ and Retail
BUTTER and EGGS
POULTRY and OYSTERS
FRESH and CURED FISH
Green Ground Bone
for Poultry
The Sanitary Market
I First: It is sold at a mod
erate price. You save when
you buy it
f Second: It has more than the
ordinary leavening strength,
therefore, you use less.
Third: There are no fail
ures—it always makes the
I sweetest, most palatable of
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r p^SIf M YOU BUYIT* *«* W« USE IT 31 W^J 1
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Exposition, Paris, France. Calum
Sixth: It contains only such Nut Cooki"
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i you get a pound when you want £
age of the premises.
Section ".«-.„ ,
Ordinance No. 102 anil all parts of
Ordnance No. 80 in conflict herewith
are hereby repealed.
First Readiw, March 28, !■>--
Passed by the City Council this
llth day of April, 1928.
Approved and Signed by the May
or, this nth day ?i April. 19K
ANTHONY 81-OMKK'-, o| .
E. 0. (SOWING,
City Clerk.
Approved as to Form:
HERMAN HOWE,
City Attorney.
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Frank Wemll—l.cavenworth. Wn.
For Bolter Health, Sco
W. B. WENTWORTH
CHIROPRACTOR
Hours: 10 to II M; 1 to 5 P. 1
Other hours by appointment
Grange Bldf?., Suite 7
Phono 825 CASHMERE, W
HERRIMAN'S
New & Second Hand Store
Highest prices paid for second
hand household good*
Phone 48 214 Bth Street
HERMAN HOWE '
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Notary Public
Phone M LEAVENWORTH
MRS. L. J. NELSON
REAL ESTATE AND INVEST
MENTS
Nelson & Howe Law Offices
Elliott Building
Office Phone 54; Residence 16
LEAVENWORTH
J. T. LINDLEY
Attorney-at-Law
Offict *ith .1. W. Elliott
Leavenworth, Washington
Bert Williams Transfer
GENERAL PRAYING
Storage and Forwarding
Phone 376. Leaven worth, Wn
Dr. G. VV. HOXSEY
Physician and Surgeon
Leavenwortli
A. LESSING, M. D.
Mgr. COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
LEAVENWORTH
Specializing in
Diagnosis, Hospital Treatments
and Surgery
Phone: Hospital 111
C. A. LAWS
DENTIST
Office Hours, 9:00 to 6:00
Sundays by Appointment
LEAVENWORTH, WASH.
> q
Leavenworth Undertaking Co.
Night and day calls promptly
attended
Satisfactory Service Guaranteed
Auto Hearse in Connection
TOWN & HENNESSEY, Mrs.
Phone 273
b j
SAM R. SUMNER
Attorney-at-Law
Columbia Valley
Bank Bldg Wenatchce
BURT J. WILLIAMS
Attorney-at-Law
Suite 7, Central Building
Prosecuting Attorney Chelnn Co.
Wenatchee
N. M. SORENSON
Lawyer
Practice in State and Federal
Courts
Commercial Phone 459 Blue
Bank Bldg Wenatchee
i.
JOHN E. PORTER
Attorney-at-Law Notary Public
210 Columbia Valley Bank Bid
Phones—Office, 1635 Res., 1074
Wenatchee
Hours 9 to 12—2 to 6
Dr. E. J. WIDBEY
Registered Physician
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Phones—Off. 55381ue; Res 51481ue
Ist Nat'l Bank Bldg, Wenatchee^
H. BAER, M. D.
Surgeon
Office at 20% N. Wenatchee A\ -
Over Columbia Pharmacy. Phone
3585. 2 to 5 p. m.. By appoint
ment WENATCHEE, WX.
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Earle D. Sawyer, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Specialty
Diseases of Women and Surgery
Houia: 11-12; 2-5; Phone 1285
201-202 Plough Bid)?.
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