Onalaska Eastern Star Is Entertained

Onalaska, Nov. 25. - Mrs. D. H. Darmond entertained the O. E. S. Auxilary last Tuesday with the following ladies in attendance: Mrs. J. E. Whitcomb, Mrs. W. A. Tuttle, Mrs. C. A. Reed, Mrs. George Janies, Mrs. R. E. Keily, Mrs. C. E. Caverly, Mrs. W. F. Bailor, Mrs. F. R. Butz, Mrs. V. Wosika, Mrs. Wm. Morison and Mrs. E. Z. Brown


Miss Willa Morison entertained a few of her friends Thursday evening, November 12 in honor of her birthday. The time was spent with games, after which lunch was enjoyed. Those helping her celebrate were Phoebe and Mary Austin, Phyllis Lea Zopf, Margaret Brodbeck, Shirley McGee, Doreen Hammond and Alice Howard.

E. R. Davis made a business trip to Tacoma Thursday.

A son was born Saturday, November 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sprague.

Mrs. L. R. Briggs returned Friday from a few days visit in Vancouver. Her daughter Margaret remained for a longer visit.

N. S. Perdew of Eugene, Ore. is visiting his daughter, Mrs. P. D. Ingraham.

Funeral services were held in Chehalis Sunday for Mrs. Rosa Burger, Dr. S. E. P. White officiating. Mrs. Burger had made her home a number of years in and near Onalaska. The past year, since her health began to fail, she made her home with her son Alfred, who with his two brothers and seven sisters survives her.

Miss Katherine Stone spent the week end with friends in Portland.

Mrs. M. E. Case returned Sunday from Vancouver, where she has been visiting her father, nels Hamreus.

Mrs. T. A. Peterson of Longview and Mrs. and Mrs. W. C. Peterson of Issaquah visited Monday with Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Peterson.

Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Raymond of Spokane are visiting their daughter, Mrs. D. S. Hartman.

Mrs. Jeanette Evans spent the week end with friends in Portland.

Miss Elizabeth Austin of Seattle is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Austin.

Oscar Bergren planned a little surprise Saturday night in honor of Mrs. Bergren's birthday by inviting in Mr. and Mrs. Abel Brodbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Morison and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McGee to help her celebrate. The evening was spent with cards.

Word was received her Saturday of the death at McKenna of Ed Damitio. He made his home here a number of years and had many friends who were shocked to learn of his sudden death.

Source: The Chehalis Bee-Nugget, 4 November 1931, front page. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Boulevard South, Tumwater, WA. 98512

Transcribed by Kathryn Lester