Busy Week At Swofford Is Reported
Swofford, Jan. 12. - Ira Overstreet who is teaching in Yakima, spent the holidays with his parents, mr. and Mrs. E. D. Overstreet.
Mrs. Howard Thompson and daughters of Green mountain are stopping with her mother, Mrs. W. S. Kiser.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Spencer, a girl, January 7.
Ray Davis, who is working in Olympia, spent the week end visiting home folks.
Miss Vivian Cox of Dryad is visiting her sister, Mrs. George Silva.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cox of Pe Ell have been visiting at the D. C. Davis home.
Mr. and Mrs. Conley Blankenship of Doty called on friends in the valley recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corson of Portland visited in the Osborne home this past week; also Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Osborne and son Billy of Chehalis and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rose of Riffe.
Wayne Stump of Mossyrock visited his father, Jack Stump, the past week.
Miss Esther Osborne, who is working in Portland, spent a few days with home folks last week.
There was a surprise birthday dinner given in honor of Mrs. Mary Kiser at her home Sunday, January 10. Her daughters presented her with a beautiful quilt, the double wedding ring design. Present were Ayres Perkins and family, Howard Thompson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Thomas and son, Misses Tulsa, Eula and Berlin Kiser, W. S. Kiser, Sam Kiser, Bert Self, Joe Kiser, Grandpa and Grandma Kiser, Mrs. Mabel Jordan and daughter Effie and Jerry Belcher and children.
George Silva is using his big truck to haul passengers to and from the revival at Mossyrock. Everyone invited to attend.
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