Saturday evening the esley [sic] Kennedy post of the American Legion entertained the Legion Auxiliary, their families and friends. Several members from Chehalis and Centralia attended. Mrs. Frances Barber, president of the tenth district of the auxiliary spoke on membership. Several spoke on diffierent [sic] phases of legion work and service in the community. Musical numbers were given by the De Gross boys of Salkum; a piano solo by Mrs. Jack Rosander and music was furnished during the evening by Reed's orchestra from Onalaska. A pot luck supper was enjoyed by all at 11:30.

Mr. and Mrs. Otta Olson have returned from a trip to Astoria, Ore., and other points along the coast. In Astoria they visited with Herman Olson and his wife.

Miss Mildred Olson motored to Seattle over the week end.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosander entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hayton, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Gibbs and daughter, Misses Marie and Lois Hayton and Mrs. Rosander's great aunt, Mrs. Sidney Pockenpaugh of Seattle. Lois who has just completed her nurses training at the Swedish hospital, Seattle, remained for a few days visit.

Art Rosander, Martin Rosander and Alvin Lindeman motored to South Bend Sunday.

Joe Schutti has been laid up with an infected leg for a month. It will be some time before he can return to work.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nootnagle are planning on leaving for Tacoma to spend the winter with their daughter, Mrs. Schenck. Mr. Calkins will be in charge of their farm during their absence.

Rueben Olson has been sick the last few days.

Gus McClellan returned to Bellingham Saturday after an extended visit with his brother Fred and family.

Source: The Lewis County Advocate, 6 Nov 1934, page 3. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Blvd. S., Tumwater, WA 98512

Transcribed by Kathryn Lester