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NEWS OF YOUR FRIENDS ——AND NEIGHBORS == BUTLERSCOVE (Too Lair lO; La: i \\> k. i Miss G1 d}s Grift:. iin mi a: extendi"! * i>i( '<> . • r uni a Mrs Kiunk .'ackson oi t»« .111 • i-- visiting her mother. Mis. Millet. Alert Grange held a meeting of i otlio rs fecentlj to practkv the ruu.il ot the third and fourth degit..-. Mr. Hoy Strange and .Miss Inez Clawson motored to Tacoma Tuesday night to attend the grand music fes tival concert in the btadiutn. Arrangements are completed for the social and dance to he given by Alert Grange in their hall Saturday night. An orchestra has been organ ized among local people to furnish the music. Mr. James Urennen visited his nu merous friends in the neighorhood Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Ernest Miller was called to Se attle the first of the week to take a position in the postoffice. • • • • SOUTH BAT (Too Late for Last Week.) Mr. Alex Madden and Miss Leila chipman were married last week. Mrs. Alma Dibble is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Parse. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton from Day ton, Wash., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Evans. A. L. Bryning and wife, Mrs. Kate Bryning and her sister Mrs. Gray vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Jeffers of Olympia Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Madden and son Gordon took dinner at C. A. Rose's Sunday. Mr. Pickett and son Lyle, who have been in Tacoma the past few days, re turned home Monday. Mrs. Peck and children from Pratt, Kansas, visited her cousin, A. L. Bryning the first of the week. Stanley and Lois Madden visited at Mr. Pickett's Sunday. B. T. Madden Is filling his silo this week. Gladys Taylor visited at Mr. Hay deen's Sunday afternoon. Miss Haiel Ensign visited Lois Madden Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Balch of Bremerton is visiting her brothers, William and John Lorher, this week. They also have a niece and her children visiting them. Mrs. William Taylor Is expecting her parents from the East this week to visit her. Mrs. Kate Bryning's slater, Mrs. Gray, and niece. Mrs. Peck, left Thursday for Kelso to visit Mrs. Peck's brother, Mr. Ben Jeffers. Mr. Durward received word Tues day of the death of his little grand daughter at Leahy, Wash., where the parents were called by the death of her father. BLACK RIVER VALLEY. Walter Armstrong returned to Gate recently after spending several weeks with his parents In Seattle. Mrs. R. L. Vose, after spending several days in Spokane, returned to her home in Gate, while Mr. Vose went on his long-talked-of Ashing trip to the Quinault reservation. Elum Parish visited his cousin Harold Cross Saturday night and Sunday. Ashton Watson was a very welcome guest at the home of Lawrence Teas ley in Centralis Friday and Saturday of last week. Jerry Cross went to Centralla last Friday evening, where he visited his sister, Mrs. Eunice Walker, till Sat urday evening. Dan O'Toole arrived home from California last Friday. He had been visiting relatives there for some time. The dance given by the Mills or chestra at the Gate clubhouse last Saturday night was largely attended. A good time was reported and all praise the chicken supper prepared by Mrs. R. H. Jones and Mrs. George Byrd. There will be another big feed and dance two weeka from last Sat urday night. Come and have a good time—and don't forget the lady friend. Mrs. W. M. Harrison of Centralla Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Melum Pilcher. Mrs. Wiil Posie was taken very ill suddenly last Saturday, but at pres ent she is reported as being some better. A carload of Gate folks attended the Eagles picnic at Offut lake last Sunday. Miss Nina and Nathan Watson are visiting Miss Benton of Fairview this week. Kenneth Parish is skidroad fore man at Bordeaux camp. Little Elmer Sailo is quite sick at present. The little fellow underwent Fri lay o; la. T \M ek. Mrs. K a llman and ih ■ Join - S' Oh Will pleii? aM I> rained at *!.• hoiat* e' .V; •- ,J. I Wa! -'O.i M"inla> ■>' 'hi week. •Mi a: >:r.-. Kd i'ror-s entertain* ! |i'u>alliip company Tuesday. Ven< Hunter called on Mm* Mlarli-s Pettis Sunday evt nlng. George aa i Delia I'uroz c anie up . from Cedarvillt to visit their parent ; last Sunday. Ashtoti Watson and Jerry < ro.s., are ; working in Wilson's camp. % Edith I'ilcher took Sunday dinner i with Mrs. Charles Heck. Miss Elsie Pilcher went to < lie halis last Friday and visited friends, returning home Sunday. • • • • WARD'S LAKE Mrs. Leupske and son Donald of Seattle visited .it the M. McDonald home the last of the week. Mrs. Leupske was accompanied by her brother, Mr. Hugh McNiven. Miss Hafeeza Silwen returned home last week from Uoylston, where she had been visiting Mrs. Edward Clark for the past two months. Lester Chilson and Travis Ayer motored to Shelton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Waddle and son Howard and Mrs. J. C. Waddle and Mrs. W. A. Chilson of Olympia spent Sunday with Grandma Waddle at Ward's Lake. Mrs. R. W. Murdock has returned from a ten days' trip to Alameda, Cal., where she was called by the ill ness of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Chilson attend ed the Yeomen picnic at American lake Sunday. Miss Grace B. Whitridge of St. Paul, Minn., and Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Thompson and children of Olympia visited Mrs. Isaac Wolf one day last week. Miss Whitridge is a teacher In McAllister college, St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Wolfe and son Frank, Mr. Joseph Schlosser, Miss Lavina Miller and Mr. and Mrs. George Cra bel and children picnicked near Steamboat Island Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Mallpass and son, Will iam Jr., and Earl and daughter Gladys Joined them at Arcadia. They report a very pleasant day. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Graham, Mr. Lee Gilman and Mrs. Verna Brown at tended the Yeomen picnic at Ameri can lake Sunday. Mr. William Akehurst has returned home from Dupont, Where he was em ployed by the Dupont Powder com pany. Mrs. Shuppr and daughter Stella of Wenatchee are visiting at the home of Mrs. Shupp's brother, J. E. Gilman. Mr. and Mrs. Yourex of Rainier spent Monday visiting Grandma Post. Mr. Prank Hunter of Sheridan, Wyo., visited the last of the week with Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Larrison, Mr. Hunter having been an old-time neighbor of the Larrlsons in Wyo ming. He is on his way home from a trip to Alaska. Walter Kneuhman of West Olym pla is visiting the Patterson boys this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dolan of Ward's Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Billie Sher man of Tumwater went on a Ashing trip to Satsop. They left Saturday evening and returned home Monday morning. They report a pleasant trip and brought home a nice lot of Ash. Carl Davis returned home Sunday from Seattle, where he had been vis iting his sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ashford Splilman en- TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT by mall, write on the back of the checks, "PAY TO THE ORDER OF OLYMPIA NA TIONAL BANK," then sign your name underneath. Enclose the checks and cur rency with a letter telling us the amount, and whether it should be put in a checking or a savings account. We will do the rest. We accept checks on other banks, so no matter where they come from, send them in. Banking by mall Is simple and easy. Olympia National Ill; WASHINGTON STA NI ).\IM >. IK 11 'A V. AI't.CST \. I'M.;. t•r'.i >: ■ : fin auto h id of f ri« t:d V:,. ::i 11» !.!ol Scat tie is vis iting Miss Dor..thy Bailey. Mr. and Mr- •t it Key i ->ld«, Mr.- .11 ■ i Mr Miller <>t' Kureka vis I A'; s \ -, ii: nm' i Wednesday. i«* and \i •i > . - ford of Chat . 1. rs' ('• ii i. >•!<• : iii this vicinity W< in. s . * * * * FAIRVIEW Mr W. Hate-' >jst>T, Mrs. J. V. .Steele and family. Miss Anna l!u ehanan and Miss Winifred Livesley motored from Seattle to the Hates' lioiii' last Saturday, where they tayed until Monday and then con tinued on their journey to Moclips. Mrs. Bevans, who has been visiting Mrs. Benton for the past two weeks, has returned to her home in Aber deen. A large party from this neighbor hood, including Lulu, Howard and Lester Henton, J. A. Halms, Miss Nina Watson, Mr. and Mrs. It. Sallee and 'daughter Anna. O. G. Bates and fam ily, J. P. Steele and family, and R. W. Bates and family attended the dance at the Bean home at Alder Grove last Saturday evening. All had a delightful time. Mr. and Mrs. J. Benton entertained 5 0 guests last Sunday at dinner in honor of Mr. Benton's 68th birthday. Long tables were arranged on the lawn and they were beautifully dec i orated and groaning under the weight of delicious things that Mrs. Henton had prepared to eat. When the guests were seated, Mrs. Bevans of Aberdeen, in behalf of the friends assembled, presented Mr. Benton i with the gift which they had all i planned as a little surprise. Mr. Benton made a short speech of sin cere thanks and greeting to the friends and neighbors who had gath ered and made everyone feel how de lightful it was to be with him and assist in celebrating such a happy occasion. After dinner pictures were taken, games and conversation en joyed and the following guests de parted for their homes in the evening wishing Mr. Benton many happy re turns: Mr. and Mrs. J. Kennedy and grandson Jack, Mr. and Mrs. J. Brasch and family, O. G. Bates and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bates and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Hill of Turn water, Stlllman and Andy Palms, Mr. and Mrs. Brasch Sr., daughters and grandson, Mrs. Bevans and son Ray, Mr. and Mrs. H. Brecht, Mr. and Mrs. E. McWheney of Aberdeen, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Steele and son of Seattle, Miss Buchanan, Miss Livesley, Miss Nina Watson and brother of Oakville, Mr. and Mrs. R. Sallee and Mr. and Mrs. Forsythe and sons. Miss Nina Watson and brother Na than of Oakville have been visiting their sister, Mrs. O. G. Bates. Mrs. R. W. Bates visited Mrs. J. Brasch one afternoon last week. Mrs. J. Brasch was an Olympia vis itor last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Nason and J. Bo zarth and family attended the picnic at the Tibbetts farm Sunday. Mrs. F. Nason spent Tuesday af ternoon with Mrs. O. G. Bates. Mrs. R. Sallee entertained the Friendship Circle last Wednesday. All of the members were present and had a very nice time. A hearty lunch was served at 5 o'clock by the host ess. • • • • HAYES. All the farmers are busy haying this week. Mr. J. E. Oilman's sister and niece from Eastern Washington are visit ing her for a short time. Mrs. Wickie and daughters mo tored to Priest Point park Sunday and spent the afternoon. Sunday was a lucky day for little Edna Mllliron, as she found a pair of noseglasses in a leather case. Let us hope it will be many a day before she has to use them. Thursday, July 27, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Kempher celebrated Mr. Kem pher's birthday and their 23 rd wed ding anniversary, at dinner. The in vited guests were: Messrs. and Mesdames Geo. Crablll, Seth Wisner, John Wiggins and Alex Graham. Mrs. Seih Wisner's sister and chil dren of Seattle are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Smith. Mr. Ed Lyne and sisters, Addle and Edith, spent a couple of days picking blackberries at Bordeaux last week. Mr. Virgil Westbrook of Seattle viisted his aunt, Mrs. Will Hicks, Saturday and Sunday. David Broylee of Union Mills vis ited relatives and friends in this vicinity recently. Our Sunday school gave their an nual picnic Tuesday. All reported a fine time. A number of Yeomen of this vicin ity attended the picnic at American lake Sunday, given by the Tacoma Yeomen. Mr. Broyles and family spent Wednesday of this week Ashing at Long lake. NORTH LAKE Mr. Harry Williams of Taronia g petit the week-end at 1- M. Sprint* M ssrs. .J. .1 Adair and Wendell Baggenstos took a fishing 'tip to . I.ik• ia>. retnri lag M h day. Ti.e leport •h• y didn't e;. oh :tiany tish but had a mo.-:. enjoyable time. Mrs. T. ('. Reed and children, Nor man ami Abide, spent Thursday at Hump's. Messrs. Ira Spring' r and Koy Smith returned from the Black .Hills Satur day. "Hot air and mountain scenery" isn't good for tiieir health, so they say. The Bump. Reed and Springer fam ilies pier ick>*(i on the beach Sunday. The bathing was especially enjoyed by all. Wedding bells were heard in this vicinity last week. The berry pickers from Deirigo ranch spent the week-end with home folks. We have had quite a long dry spell —not any rain for almost one week. Messrs. Ira Springer and Foy Smith were out sightseeing Monday. Mr. Wendell Baggenstos planted some fine cattish in Taylon's lake Monday. • » « * BRIGHTON PARK. Brighton Park Grange held its reg ular meeting Tuesday night, with a small crowd in attendance. Miss Mary Clough returned to her home here Saturday. Mrs. Annie Thomas and daughter visited at the Alderman home Sun day. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Ruddell and children of Olympia spent Sunday vis iting Mrs. Ruddell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Mulholland. Mrs. A. W. Jones and children spent Saturday in Olympia. A. G. West expects to be home soon from the East, where he has been on business for several weeks. Arthur Remington lost another fine colt Tuesday. Ralph Beaty was a business visitor at Lacey Monday. SOUTH UNION. Miss Lewis of Olympia is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Abbott. Miss Donothy Smith visited Miss Viola Besse Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John Ismay visited Mrs. W. K. Ball Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. E. Walker and son, Mrs. George McDowell and the Misses Vera and Sadie Dowman autoed to Offut Lake Thursday. Mrs. L. A. Randall and Mrs. Fred Schulze were visitors at Mrs. L. R. Campbell's Wednesday. Mrs. W. K. Ball visited at the J. T. McCorkle home Friday. The Misses Vera and Sadie Dow man were entertained at dinner Sun day by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker. Mrs. Raymond Abbott, Miss Lewis and Miss Irene Abbott spent Friday afternoon with the Misses Hansen. Mrs. Carper and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ebert and Mr. and Mrs. Hugill of Centralia spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Besse. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cox and sons of Tacoma are spending a week with Mrs. Cox' sister, Mrs. W. K. Ball. Miss Dora Walker is at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Kerns, who is at the hospital, very low. Mr. and Mrs. John Gunstone and daughters autoed to OfTut lake Sun day afternoon. Miss Dora Hansen left Thursday for Tacoma. She expects to visit at the home of friends for a month or six weeks. Mr. Hansen is building his silo this week. The Misses Vera and Sadie Dow man and Maude Seed were enter tained at dinner Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Randall. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, Mrs. George McDowell and Miss Kerns were in Olympia Tuesday. • • • • PINE GROVE. Ed Parker participated in the Col ville land drawing and got—left. Ruth Whitman and a lady friend of Seattle are visiting Ruth's father, Robert Whitham. Mrs.D. Peregrine visited among old friends in Tenlno a part of last week. Mr. Cook, the Tumwater grocer, was out a few days ago to look after the place he bought recently. It is the 20-acre tract that Mrs. Callahan owned. Marian Carpenter helped Mi;s. E. H. Honey a few days lately. Mrs. George Bliss of Bellingham was visiting Mrs. J. N. Wiseman last week. Mrs. R. H. Carpenter, Mrs. Ed Parker, Miss Mabel Jevons and a few others picnicked at Harstine island Thursday of last week. Mrs. A. McCay and daughter Nellie spent some time recently visiting rel- Thurston Comity Is a Tfiii£-Jhok County TJii ion Lumber Co. UNION MILLS, WASH. W. D. Cook, Special Th una ton County Representative. Pbone 18F28 TUNO-LOK TANKS ARE LEADERS, TOO. EKREM'S Low Shoe Sale Continues Sizes are broken, but splendid values are to be had If you can be fitted. See our windows for styles and prices. Sale continues until August twelfth. Ekrem Shoe Co. 423 Main Street atives In Seattle. Mauryce Curry is at home for the summer. Robert Esterly has been repairing our schoolhouse in the last few days. Among other repairs, a new floor. The Benjamin Curry family visit ed at Robert Whitham's Friday of last week. The families of Wagner, Mase more, Wilson and Kirsten were fish ing at North lake one day last week. Mr. Masemore carried the catch home in his vest pocket. Glen Woolett and wife rode their motorcycle out to Honey's one day last week. * • • * BUTLER'S COVE. Miss Helen Colby of Tumwater spent the week-end with Miss Beulah Christensen. Alert Grange gave a very success ful dance at the Grange Hall Satur day evening. The hall was crowded to Its utmost capacity. The music was furnished by an orchestra made up of local musicians. Mrs. Clyde and Miss Clawson vis ited in Tumwater Thursday and Fri day. Miss Nellie Chrißtensen, who has been visiting in Seattle, returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde are spending the week at Raymond Clawson's camp on Mud bay. Master Kenneth Chaplin of Seattle Is visiting at the home of his grand father, Mr. A. H. Kaiser. EUREKA Mrs. R. S. Smith returned Satur day from Tacoma, where she had been visiting for a few days. Mrs. ArfTa and daughter of Block ton, lowa, were visiting at the home of Mrs. B. R. Conine last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Algyer and Mrs. John Algyer returned from east of the mountains last Wednesday, where they went to register and visit with relatives. A few of Lena Martinsen's neighbors went In to see her laat Fri day, the occasion being to help cele brate her birthday. Messrs. Alf and Nathan Morris re turned Thursday night from Eastern Washington, where they had been to register and look at the country. Bob McKee, > who had been work ing for R. S. Smith last spring, re turned last Saturday and will remain for a time with him. Everyone Is busy these pretty days getting in their hay. • • • • GATE. Mr. S. A. Payne made a flying trip to Portland Wednesday. Mr. William Keen made a trip to Oakvllle Friday. James Stubbs is working on sec tion 153. Mr. Dittlemyer is visiting his daughter. Mrs. Caisell. Mr. William Goldmyer went to the dentist at Centralia Friday. Mr. Frank Rutledge of Little Rock made a business trip to the Dingbat farm to see Mr. E. G. Johnson. Mr. P. A. Tllmont was In Gate the last part of last week. Mr. Walter Armstrong Is in Gate now. Harry Johnson visited at the home of Miss Florence James Sunday. Elmer Goldmyer Johnson made a business trip to Little Rock Sunday. Ross Stephenson of Centralia was in Gate Sunday. Mr. Stevenson, although a youth, won recognition by his ability as a basketball player. He will graduate in the class of 'lB, Centralia high school. Mr. Love Carlson went to church at Independence Sunday. The dance at the Gate hall Satur day night was well attended and a howling success. Mr. D. A. Drew made a trip to Rochester Monday. Mr. S. A. Payne visited the Oak ville dentist Tuesday. Mrs. R. L. Vose is visiting relatives in Hoqulam for a few days. Mr. N. A. Emelio is considering bringing his sister to Gate. Messrs. John Crevadas and Nick Papas attended the Bhow at Roches ter last Friday evening. Mr. Dan O'Toole has returned from his California trip and is now assist ing Mr. Vanfleet with his haying. Mr. Adam Econlmetus will mon into his newly fixed boxcar home soon. Mrs. M. Spinner has been having her house papered.