State Repairs Road Near Randle

Randle. Feb. 9. - Fifteen men from Chehalis, who are straightening the double S curve near Oliver creek, arrived in Randle Sunday They are stopping at the Gorenson hotel and began work Monday.


Lawrence Gorenson'a mother of Tacoma is visiting at their home.

The Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. James McMahan last Wednesday and pieced and tacked a quilt. Friday the Aid met at the school house and tacked another quilt. They will be given to needy families.

A surprise birthday party was given for Walter Koher Sunday evening. About 25 were present.

Aaron Moore is quite ill again.

R. T. Siler attended the democratic convention in Tacoma Saturday, returning home Sunday.

Mrs. H. D. Henion returned Sunday after spending two weeks with her daughters, Mrs. M. L. Wheeler of Kelso and Mrs. P. A. Breunn of Longview.

There was a nice crowd at the church dinner Sunday, after which a short business meeting was held. The next dinner will be held Sunday, March 6. Rev. T. A. Graham's sermon for next Sunday will be, "Present Day Status of Prohibition and the 18th Amendment."

Martin Bendsten was a Tacoma visitor Saturday.

The Randle girls' and boys' basketball teams were defeated here Friday night in games between Onalaska and Randle. Jack Reese refereed the games.

Mr. and Mrs. C. G Vaughn of Port Orchard spent the week end on their farm.

Harold Young, who has beon attending a Diesel engineering school in Seattle, returned home Saturday. He had completed his course.

Mrs. Clarence Workman is ill with the flu.

The Randle Grange initiated eighteen new members at their regular meeting Monday night.

Adam Weasel, 68, died Thursday at his home of heart trouble. He was buried Sunday in Silver Creek cemetery. Mr. Weasel, who was born in Germany had been a citizen 43 years, coming to America when a youth. He belonged to the Odd Fellows and Eagles. A son, John Weasel; and a daughter, Mrs. Ed Blakley of Randle survive him.

At the Grange musical to be held at Mossyrock February 27, Randle Grange will enter four numbers. The musical contest is between Mossyrock, Silver Greek, Randle and Verndale Granges.

Plans are being made to celebrate the bicentennial birthday of George Washington by the different organizations of Randle.

The Epworth League met with Miss Charlotte Skinner Sunday evening. Plans were made to meet at the church next Saturday to wash windows and have a general clean up.

Source: The Chehalis Bee-Nugget, Friday, 12 Feb 1932, p. 16.

Transcribed by Jenny Tenlen.