Mr. and Mrs. Les Clyde, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smoots, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Macomber gave a birthday party for Mrs. E. C. Perry Saturday evening.

Quite a number of the Cinebar people are picking evergreen blackberries for the Mossyrock cannery.

Melvin Phillips spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Phillips.

The 4-H club girls held a picnic and weiner roast Sunday afternoon at the Strasser homestead.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Madden and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Madden, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Corbin spent Sunday at Yakima, driving over the new pass.

Mrs. Alice Davis and children spent Sunday at Toledo.

Mrs. Frank Parnel's brother, Lee Evens, died at a Portland hospital last week.

Miss Irene Dolan spent a few days visiting relatives in Tacoma recently.

Miss Mary Watson of Pamroy and Miss Arlene Mullens of Labam have been visiting with Jean Linn.

A. R. Guenther is helping Fred Schuster repair the roof of one of the Darigold buildings in Chehalis.

Mr. and Mrs. Hurbert Long of Puyallup, with Mrs. Lulu Linn and family spent Sunday at the Ohanapecosh Hot Springs.

The Wilbur's logging company is now hauling every day. Some extra fine logs are being taken out.

Source: The Advocate, 22 August 1940, page 15. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Boulevard South, Tumwater, Washington 98512

Transcribed by Kathryn Lester