Poultry School At Winlock

Winlock, Nov. 25. - About two hundred poultrymen attended the poultry school sponsored by county agent F. D. Yeager, at the W. O. W. hall last Wednesday. Speakers were W. D. Buchanan of Pullman and Wayne Miller, poutry [stet] expert from Puyallup. Subjects discussed were "Turning Water into Money"; "Laying House Construction and Ventilation"; "Reducing Brooder House Mortality"; "Simplified Methods of Feeding Laying Flocks"; and "Demonstration in Producing Clean Eggs." A lunch was served at noon by the Winlock Commercial Club and the Winlock Water Company..

J. L. McIntrye of Seattle, manager of the feed department of the Washington Co-operative Egg and Poultry Association, was the main speaker Friday night of the Winlock Local. Charles Wilson and little Miss Bonner furnished the musical part of the program. A lunch was served.

Grange Auxiliary Meets

Mrs. Frank Roppert was hostess Wednesday to the ladies' auxiliary of St. Urban Grange. members present were Mesdames Fred hoffman, M. J. Rarey, R. E. Bredl, Wm. Schafer, O. McCuen, A. Neuert, G. L. Albrecht, Clifford Ackley, L. W. Driskell, Glenn Fulton, V. M. Wigner, L. W. Bonner and Scott; and the following guests: Mrs. Nick Useldinger, Mrs. George Forth, Misses Mary and Frances Limmer and Mrs. Charles McCuen of Seattle. Plans were completed for finishing the ladies dressing room in the Grange hall by the auxiliary. Delicious refreshments were served.

Dance Thursday at St. Urban.

The Izaak Walton league and St. Urban Grange are sponsoring a dance at the Grange hall Thanksgiving evening. Music will be furnished by the Gloom Chasers of St. Urban. Proceeds will be for the Walton league.

Flesher Funeral Sunday

Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Cattermole chapel for the late A. J. Flesher. Rev. Levi Smith of the Baptist church officiated. Burial was in the local cemetery. Survivors are his duaghter, Mrs. Linda Clark of Winlock, and three sons, Elmer and Joe of Winlock and William of Centralia. A large number of friends gathered to pay their last tribute to a respected pioneer.

T. F. McFadden Injured

T. F. McFadden, aged 84, fell Friday morning on the icy pavement, and broke his right shoulder in two places. His elbow and arm were badly bruised and his fingers cut. He is being cared for at the home of his daughter, Mrs. T. C. Elliot, with whom he lives.


Finnish talent from Aberdeen presented two plays at the Finnish hall Saturday to a large audience. "Sinen Vari" (Blue Blood) and "Vainonut" (Hounded) were the plays given. A social time was enjoyed later.

Charles Hautamaki returned Monday from several days' visit in Everett with his brother, Andrew Hautamaki and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morgan are the proud parents of an 8 ½ pound boy, born Wednesday, November 18.

John Buzec, who suffered a broken leg while at work for the Weyerhaeuser Lumber company near Kelso, is slowly recovering at the M. H. Wilson home, northwest of town.

John Kisstler arrived home Sunday from a several months stay in idaho and Wyoming.

Mrs. Dorothy Johnson of Dayton, Ore., arrived Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. S. Clark, to attend the funeral of her grandfather, A. J. Flesher Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Peetz of Aberdeen visited Friday with their daughter, Mrs. M. Rountree and family.

Cecilia and Adolph Legat and Sherman Rarey motored to Seattle Sunday. They were accompanied home by Miss Frances Limmer, who will visit here a few days.

Source: The Chehalis Bee-Nugget, 27 November 1931, page 7. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Boulevard South, Tumwater, WA. 98512

Transcribed by Kathryn Lester