Mrs. Emery Lindeman is spending the week with her parents at Rainier.

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sheehan motored to Kent for the week end, where they visited Mr. Sheehan's mother, who is slowly recovering from her serious operation.

Neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Welk surprised them at their home Saturday evening with a party. At a late hour a delightful lunch was served.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Olson of Oakville visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Olson Sunday.

Miss Abbie Carver of Seattle and Jane [sic] Carver of Longview were week end guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Carver.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stover of Onalaska were dinner guests at the Carver home, Sunday evening.

The 4-H club and Girls Sewing club met Saturday at the C. E. Heath home, Miss Copp met with the sewing club in the afternoon and gave instructions and plans.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Taylor visited the Lew Taylor home at forest Sunday.

C. M. Coutts and J. W. Samuelson made a business trip to Issaquah and Seattle last week, returning Saturday.

The Loyal Neighbor clus [sic] met at the home of Alta Mericle March 17. New members taken in were: Gladys Nelson, Myrtle Lindeman and Mrs. Noble. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Tillie Olson's.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Grandston called on Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Coutts Sunday. They were en route to Portland on business for the University Plumbing and Steam heating Co., of Seattle of which Mr. Grandston is president.

Mrs. Carol Welk was surprised with a farewell handkerchief shower Monday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Berl Coutts, by the members of the Ethel Loyal Neighbor Club.

Edith Literal, Dorothy Lindeman and Helen Dunn were guests of honor at a party Saturday night, when the girls Loyal Worker Sunday school class entertained the Lindy class of boys at the school house. The honor guest received many useful birthday gifts.

Mr. and Mrs. Myron Goyette returned to their home Sunday evening, after a two week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seal of Long Beach.

Mrs. Harry Literal entertained with dinner Sunday honoring honoring [sic] birthdays of her daughter Edith and County Commissioner George Literal. Those present were Mrs. Anna Sutphin and children, Mack Peterson, Elsie Bolstad, Carl Carry and Mrs. and Mrs. Literal and family.

Source: The Lewis County Advocate, 25 March 1932, page 11. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Blvd. S., Tumwater, WA 98512

Transcribed by Kathryn Lester