(Too late for last week)

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Isaacson and daughter Margaret of Seattle spent Christmas with Mrs. Isaacson's grandmother, Mrs. E. A. Coutts.

William Samuelson of Seattle spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Coutts.

Miss Louise Trigg of Seattle spent the holiday with her sister, Mrs. C. M. Coutts.

Eddie Trigg of Vancouver, Wash., is home for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Coutts.

Dinner guests at the C. M. Coutts home Christmas day were Miss Louise Trigg of Seattle, Eddie Trigg of Vancouver, William Samuelson of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. George Coutts of Ethel and the family, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Coutts and son Warren.

Mr. and Mrs. Gayette and son Donald Myron and daughter, Barbara Jean, were dinner guests at the Elmer Reed home in Chehalis Christmas day.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howard of Shoestring were Sunday evening callers of Mrs. Anna Sutphin.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor and daughters, Florence and Charlotte, spent Christmas in Aberdeen Wash., visiting Mrs. Taylor's sisters.

Dinner guests of Mrs. Anna Sutphin Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stonex and daughters, Winifred, Kathleen, Betty Joan and Baby Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Cam Atkinson and sons, Robertand [sic] Earl, M. M. Peterson, Elbert, Mattie and Curtisene Sutphin and the hostess, Mrs. Anna Sutphin.

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sheehan and daughters, Barbara Jean and Virginia lee, spent the Christmas holiday with relatives at Kent.

Quite a number of people attended the party at the Ethel grange hall Christmas night and had a very enjoyable time, thanks to the "Depression Squad."

The Floyd Murphy family gave a party at their home December 19, and report an attendance of over 100, and a very enjoyable time.

Elbert Sutphin is spending this week with his uncle, E. G. Sutphin of Shoestring.

Louie Dougherty and three children of California, Mrs. Kingley and daughter of Eugene, Ore. and George Kingley of Camp Lewis were holiday visitors at the C. P. Stockel home.

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Olson and daughter Margaret and son Donald were dinner guests of O.V. Morgan and family of Green Mountain Christmas day.

The Loyal Worker's class gave a miscellaneous shower on Mrs. Marion Wright (nee Mae Mericle) Monday evening celebrating her birthday and wedding.

The illustrated lecture given by Mr. Copenspire, December 22 was well attended.

Rewards were given by the Sunday school to the following for perfect attendance: Margaret and Donald Olson, 3 years; Helen Carver, Elsie and Eva Clement, Mattie and Curtisene Sutphin, 2 years. Certificates were issued to Florence and Charlotte Taylor, Maxine Bell, Lucille and Bernice Johnson, Winifred, Kathleen and Betty Joan Stonex, Elizabeth and Eileen Granburg for 1 years perfect attendance.

Friends of Boone Coleman will be glad to know that he is reported improving after his serious operation Christmas Day.

Mr. and Mrs. Alver Johnson and family of Ridgefield visited his mother, Mrs. Hilda Johnson, Sunday.

Source: The Lewis County Advocate, 8 January 1932, page 11. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Blvd. S., Tumwater, WA 98512

Transcribed by Kathryn Lester