Miss Sue Fleming was home over the week end from Centralia, where she is attending business college.

The 4-H girls canning club held their meeting at the Sam Stewert home April 13th. A demonstration was given on corn relish by Ethel Stewart and a talk on "War in China" by Leslie Hail. The Bennett 4-H girls wish to thank every one who bought chances on the pig, it netted them $12.45 clear for their Pullman trip in June.

The Bennett Community club met Saturday night with a good attendance, after the buisness meeting the 4-H girls raffled their pig. Nick Baker held the lucky number which was No. 13. The older folks played cards, while the younger folks roller skated. Cake and coffeee were served by Mrs. Rusk and Mrs. Hail.

Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Moulton of Jackson Prairie were callers at the R. E. Schwaynoch home Sunday.

The Homehelpers club met at the home of Mrs. H. Hail April 10th with 8 members and one visitor, present. The reading project for the year was the main topic discussed. Mrs. Miller will be hostess for May.

Source: The (Lewis County) Advocate, 18 Apr 1940, page 13. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Blvd. S., Tumwater, WA 98512

Transcribed by Kathryn Lester