Newlyweds Feted At Randle
Randle, Jan. 12. - Lieut. and Mrs. Jesse E. Jones entertained at Cispus Lodge Saturday night with a reception in honor of their daughter Marian and her husband, James Hartline, who were married in Tacoma December 30. A pleasant and interesting time was had by all present. Lieut. Jones showed his guests many of the interesting curios that he had collected in China, India, Mexico and other countries. Delicious refreshments were served. The following guests were present: Messrs. and Mesdames Frank Siler, O. R. Lewis, Martin Bendsten, Harvey Penberthy, C. L. McMahan, James Green, Eugene Jones and son, Archie Moore, Walter Koher, H. E. Moore, Harry Siler and Ward Siler; Mrs. George Gibbs sr. and daughter Alice, Mrs. A. W. Siler and daughter Muriel June, George Gibbs jr., Arcola and John Moore, Mrs. Frances Elton, Wilfred Lewis, Margaret Morgan, and the guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. James Hartline.
Ladies' Aid Meets
Mrs. T. A. Graham and Mrs. Harvey Pierson were hostesses Wednesday afternoon for the Ladies' Aid meeting in the Methodist parsonage. Sixteen members and visitors were present. A delicious lunch was served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. M. P. Kerivan.
The monthly P.-T. A. meeting was postponed last week on account of sickness. The P.-T. A. is serving noon lunches at the school dining room to about 175 children.
Monday, January 4, at Onalaska the Randle boys' and girls' basketball teams were defeated. Friday night the boys' team was defeated at Mineral, while the Randle town team won from the Mineral town team.
Mrs. W. E. Green returned from Mount Vernon Tuesday, after ten days visit with her daughter, Mrs. Bernard Holte
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Goble moved into the house of Mrs. Lona Miller last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gibbs sr. and daughter Alice of Tacoma spent the week end visiting their son George.
About seventy friends and neighbors met at the O. R. Lewis home Friday night for a house warming for their new home which was completed recently. The Pastime orchestra furnished music for the evening. A delicious lunch was served.
The Epworth League met with George Gibbs Sunday evening. The next meeting will be in the Methodist church. The Randle league will entertain the Morton league.
Henry O'Brian and his brother-in-law went cat hunting last Tuesday. They bacame lost in the hills back of the Ernest Ames homestead, but found their way out Tuesday afternoon. A party of twelve or more hunted for them Wednesday and Thursday.
Miss Doris Siler, who visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Siler, the past three weeks, left Thursday for Thatcher, where she is teaching.
Ward Siler is building a house on his farm.
Frank Christian fractured his wrist while working in the Johnson mill.
The Odd Fellows placed the new seats and matting in their hall last week.
Miss Edith Miller and Ted Gorenson drove to Tacoma Sunday to see Mrs. Gorenson.
Mrs. Archie Moore entertained in honor of her son Glenn's birthday Saturday afternoon. The following were present: Delores Peters, Lloyd Koher, Marlys, Virginia and Loren Hickey, Richard and Grace Moore, Millard and Lois Henion, Velma Green, Betty Swinth and Glenn Moore.
Source: The Chehalis Bee-Nugget, Friday, 15 January 1932, page 4. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Boulevard South, Tumwater, Washington 98512
Transcribed by Kathryn Lester