Over a hundred persons were present at the Greenwood Sunday school Easter exercises The fine program arranged under the supervision of Miss Helen Carver received much commendation. Rev. R. Weible, Presbyterian Sunday school missinary [sic], gave his fare-address [sic] before leaving for a new field of work in eastern Oregon. Our regrets and best wishes go with him.

Thi [sic] invitation from the young people of Onalaska to the Ethel Sunday school to attend the Easter candle light services was accepted by about sixty from this community.

Mr. and Mrs. Boone Coleman have moved back on their ranch.

Mrs. Chas. Taylor entertained with a party Friday evening honoring her daughter Florence's 11th birthday.

Mrs. George Madson entertained friends at her home Tuesday of last week. Those presnt [sic] wre [sic]; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lindman, Mr. and Mrs. Donn Nelson, Emory Lindeman, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sheehan, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Allyn, Mr. and Mrs. Mason Coutts and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Madson.

Honoring Mrs. E. A. Welk, Mrs. W. J. Coutts entertained 12 ladies at a one o'clock luncheon at her home on Wednesday, March 23. The table was beautifully decorated in pink and green and the luncheon carred out the same motif. The guest list consisted of Mesdames Anna Coutts, Rollie Boren, Rennee, Loretta Madison, Blanche Coutts, Emma Brim, Joe Javorsky, Beryl Coutts, Carrol Welk, Nell Bolstad, Marion Sheehan and the hostess, Irene Coutts. Mrs. Welk left for the east the latter part of the week.

Mrs. Walter Brim entertained friends at her home Friday evening honoring her husband's birthday.

Mrs. Anna Sutphin entertained with dinner at her home Easter Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sutphin and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howard of Shoestring, (incomplete article copied)

Source: The Lewis County Advocate, 1 April 1932, page 8. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Blvd. S., Tumwater, WA 98512

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