Mrs. Mae Fulton and small daughter of Portland visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jake Blair Tuesday ad Wednesday of last week.

The Bennett Poultry club met at the home of the leader, Fred Kiefort, Friday evening with four member and two visitors present. A talk on egg grading was given by Alice Blair, and Leslie Hail exhibited a model egg humidifier. Plans were made for a good exhibit at the county fair.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brock of Tacoma were callers at the H. Hail home Sunday evening. The Brocks are moving to their new home on Logan Hill.

Clyde Wallace is home from the hospital. We are glad his injury was not serious.

Leslie Hail left Sunday afternoon for a visit with her sister in Seattle.

Mary Brooks has secured employment at the St. Helens hospital in Chehalis.

The 4-H Canning club met on Wednesday afternoon at the Blair home. All members were present and Alice Blair gave a very good report on her trip to Pullman.

Mr. and Mrs. George Blair and baby visited relatives in the community Thursday and Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Granning and daughter Ann, of Portland, visited at the C. E. Wright home Sunday.

Frank Scott visited relatives in Kelso Friday and Saturday.

Mrs. Kitty Wright enjoyed a visit from Mrs. V. A. Wallace Sunday.

The Claude Keenan family of Onalaska have moved into the Frank Blair home.

Source: The (Lewis County) Advocate, 1 Aug 1940, page 11. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Blvd. S., Tumwater, WA 98512

Transcribed by Kathryn Lester