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| LOCAL HAPPENINGS iLw'i ■ it Miss I.iiMa ~..l i!->> . ' ' I'll •li •; Friday fir ■ .>lll • to , ■ : 1 llias VM'h t:u': .r parent.-. Miss Alii e Moli ct'il) a i" -i-i-i.it iin Christmas holiday- with her parent, ill Seattle Mr. and Mi- Paul Autv will spend Christmas in Seattle where tlu*y w i be the buest- of Mr. and Mr- George Cotterill. Mr an<l Mr- Kred Cook and family left Friday for Snohomish where they will spend Christmas with relatives. Clifford Naden of Seattle will spend the Christmas festivities with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Naden. Edwin Naden, who is a student at Cornell University, will spend his Christmas vacation with friends in Lockport, New York Mrs. L. J. Pierce and her daughter. Miss Ada Pierce left Friday for Seattle to spend Christmas with Mrs. Pierce's brother, J. W. Berry and family. Airlie Archibald of the stale depart ment of agriculture will spend Christ mas with relatives in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. John McCallum and Miss Lilly McCallum will spend the holidays in Tacoma where they will be the guests of their son and bro ther. George McCallum. Marion Tadlock, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tadlock arrived this week from the Oregon Agricultural College at Corvallis, to spend the Christmas holidays at his home in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Twohy of Sliol fon will spend the Christmas holidays as the guests of Mrs. Twohy's parents Mr. and Mrs. Brad Brazel of this ** . m Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown Wil son are the proud and happy parents of a handsome baby girl who took up her permanent residence with them Thursday, December 23rd. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Eastman have as their guests overt the holidays their soji-in-law and daughter, Mr. And Mrs. Mcintosh of Raymond. Harry K. Wheeler arrived Thurs day from Los Angeles to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson. Mrs. Wheeler arrived from Los Angeles the first of the week. Loren Cain, who is intending the North Pacific Dental college in Port land, arrived in the city Thursday to spend the holidays with his uncle «nd aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Billings. Mrs. J. L. Johns will have as her house guest over the Christmas holi days her niece, Miss Dorothy Clothier of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Younger will leave Friday evening for Seattle ■where they will spend the holidays ■with their son and daughteiMn-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Younger. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bryant and daughters, Misses Edith and Laurine Bryant of Seattle, will spend Christ mas with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Thomp son of the Capitol apartments. Files Claim Against County J. H. Davis filed a claim before the hoard of County Commissioners lor $1,650 the contract, price , for con structing o concrete and steel bridge over Waddle Creek. T!i<V commis sioners cancelled his contract-and let a contract to another man to build a' pile trestele bridge. Mr. Davis's claim was disallowed. It has bee:i reported, so Mr. Davis says, that -he had sued the board, and also that contracts were for the same kind of a bridge. Both statements are false he says, and the facts are as above stated. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. ChtHe and litti) son arrived Friday from• Wenatcliee to spend th» Christmas noli lays with Mr. Chase'-i parents, Mr a-id Mrs Marvin , lia?e of Water street. Miss Marjorie Kitto arrived in th 9 city Fiiday from Spokane to spend the holidays with her father, H. A. Kitto. Miss Kitto, who is a talented singer, is a junior in the North Cen tral high school in Spokane. CHRISTMAS CAROL SINGERS REVIVE OLD ENGLISH CUSTOM The old English custom of singing Christmas carols just before the holi day was revised Thursday afternoon tin i m \k>i \\ n;oi r t-* \ 111. M-'I >l4 T IVjilli.l' \1 • I MlOihile V. 11l ill tills i i , W■ ■ I \\ ell Knouri i lii'hali t.ii I. I •: \rtn.i: !: m r mvsti riou. i ,i> \\'i «I:i• —11• i; . bound lot Oregon and will Christmas Day be married tn Mt. P. t;ri '-n a ood ■ I'hi'li.iii at tin- home uf the brid"'- parents in Portland Mr and Mrs Armantrout will ie turii to Olympia the latter oi the coming week and will make their future home in Olympia. by a number of prominent singers of the state house The singers ap peared on each floor of the state house singing a number of well known Christmas carols and hymns. This is the first time such a custom has been carried out in the state house, but it is hoped that each Christmas a band of singers will brighten the halls of the capitol. Sopranos singing were Miss Marjorie and Gladys Holcomb. Mrs. Quin Trott Neal; altos, Mrs. Viola French and Miss Edna Stanford; tenors, A. M. Kitto and Pat Young; basses, ,). S. Chandler and Robert Norton. KF.NATI I'M II I KOI.IIS AHOI .M) CHRISTMAS TRF.I-: The Eenati club held its annual Christmas tree frolic Monday evening at the home of Mrs. .J. M. Hitt on West Fifteenth street. The rooms were effectively decorated in Christ ma si motifs. In one corner of the living room stood a large beautifully decorated Christmas tree upon which hung gifts for everyone present, while a bundle of fagots burned in the (ire place each member was required to give an anecdote in answer to roll call. During the evening Mrs. M. B. Hayward gave a number o.r violin selections accompanied by Mis. A. C. Baker on the piano. Later i:i the evening dainty refreshments were served. The dining room was prettily decorated in the green and red color scheme. The table was centered with a pretiy miniature tree and hotly branches. Mrs. George Blanken.<hip cut the ices while Miss Janet Moore poured. The committe in charge of the party was headed by Mrs. R. Frank lin Hart assisted by Miss Janet Moore, Miss Nell Frost, Mrs. James Brewer, Mrs. Clara Van Etten, Mrs. J W. Foster, Mrs. M. B. Hayward and Mrs J. M. Hitt. The club's guests for the evening were Mrs. L. B. Farnsworth and Mrs. Ernest A. Seaborg. KNOX. HOTEL GUESTS ENJOY CHRIS 1 MAS PAIITV The annual Christmas party given by Mrs. J. C. Knox for the guests of the Knox hotel was a gala affair of Monday evening. The reception room of the Knox was gaily decorated in Christmas suggestions while the dining room was attractively decor ated with red streamers, tea vine, and red Christmas bells. Banked about the walls was a profusion of fir and cedar bough, which transformed the place into a typical woodland bower. At one end of the dinning room a large Christmas tree laden with gifts for everyone present stood. . Names of each guest in the hotel were drawn last week, the men draw ing the" woman's names and vice versa. Gifts were all inexpensive and funny which created much merriment when opened. WalteJ Kruger acted as Santa Clans assisted by M'ss Fair. Following the distribution of pres ents dancing was enjoyed. S.\l»l* HOME AT HORDEAUX SCENE OF PRETTY WEl>l>l\<; A pretty home wedding was solemn ized Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sapp <>f ISo:- deaux when their daughter Eva be came the bride of Arthur Oles of Shelton. The rooms were attractively decorated in the pink and white color scheme. To the strains of Men delssohns' wedding march the bridal party entered the living room which was a bower of green foilage and pink roses. The bride looked charm ing oi a becoming gown of sapphire chiffon velvet with which she carried a large arm bouquet of pink and white rose buds. She was given in marriage by her father. Miss Helen Berry, iif a gown of brown georgette, was the bride's only attendant. Little Kath trine McQuillin in dainty white organdie, acted ;is ring bearer. The I ceremony was performed by Hev. T. if Thompson. Following the cere mony a wedding dinner was served with places being laid f<>r Mr. and Mr-. Tietz, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sapp. |Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Oles. Mr. and Mis George Ashley, Mr and Mrs. [George Cummin gs. Mr. and Mrs, W. " THE WASHINGTON STAND RD, OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON FRIDAY. I>K< T.MBF.R 24. 1020 H. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Currie, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Twohy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little. Mr. and Mrs. John MeKenna. Mr. and Mrs. N T . Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harris. Mrs. Hazel Wissing. Mrs. R. 1.. Mc- Quillin, Mrs. S. T. Minard. and the Misses Gladys Thompson, Nellie Lynch. Vera Thompson, liessie Lynch, Vera Harris, Carol Cumniings, Helen Berry, Katherine McQuillln, and Messrs. Clifford MeKenna. Fred W. Rigp-s, and Melvin Doiron. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Oles will he at home to their friends in Shelton where Mr. Oles is engaged n business. Mr. and Mrs. ,J. 11 Kingsley and son left Friday for Tacoma, where they will spend Christinas as guests of Mrs. Kingsley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Green. Mr. ai"! r,:rs. Harry EiH>t and litrle son ai'.'T; red to Oakville Friday to spend (he Christmas fest-vitiris with Mrs. Ellis' sister and brjuic.--in-law, Mr. and Horace Por 1 j Mrs. H. K. Wheeler arrived Mon day from her home in Los Angeles t> spend several months with her daugh ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Wilson. Miss Tillie Schultz left Monday for Blaine, where she will be the guestc of her sister, Mrs. Lee, and Mrs. Bloomer over the holidays. Mrs. B. Schultz, who has been visiting her daughters in Blaine for the past month will return to her home in Olympia with Miss Schultz. Mrs. George Tilden motored over from Seattle Thursday to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Agatz of the Capital Apartments. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Agatz and Miss Bernice Agatz accompanied Mrs. Til den back to Seattle, where they spent the holidays. State Land Commissioner Clark V. Savidge was presented with a beauti ful platinum and diamonit L'.brine pin by his employes Monday ufUruoon as a token of their esteem Following the presentation, ice cre»ni and cake was served by the ladies of the office. Mrs. Clarke V. Savidge and her sis ter. Mrs. E. E. Taylor, returned to their home in this city this week from Seattle .where they spent a week vi.-v --iting relatives. While there they at tended the funeral of their brother, D. E. Prince, who was killed in the explosion on the S. S. Victoria in Se attle not' long ago. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Torpey and little daughter arrived this week from their home in Farmington to spei.d the holidays with Mrs. Torpey's par ents. Governor and Mrs. Louis F. Hart, at the executive mansion. Gov ernor and Mrs. Hart's little grand daughter. Laura Servis, will come up from Maytown to spend the holidays at the mansion. Miss Ella Hart who is a student at the University of Washington and Anson Hart of Taco ma will also spend the Christmas fes tivities with their parents at the e\- 'ecutive mansion. Complimenting Mrs. Rex Raymond of Spokane, formerly Miss Margai.it Tolman of this city, who is the house ! guest of her parents. Judge and Mrs. Warren W. Tolman. Mrs. Noyes Tal cott entertained with a prettily ap pointed luncheon last Saturday at the Hotel Olympian. Following the luticheon bridge was enjoyed, with honors going to Mrs. Raymond ahd Mrs. Edward Robertson of Spokane Those present were Mrs. Warren W. Tolman. Mrs. Rex Raymond, 'Mrs. W ;H. aPrtlow, Mrs. Theodore Parker, Nils. Edward Robertson, Mrs K<?'n- H. Partlow, Mrs. Theodore Parker, and the hostess. Mrs. Taleott. We're wishing you a Mcny < 'hristnias, flic Merriest you've ever known. And may the New Year hrin.u to you .Joy, Sunshine and con tinued Happiness. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whiting will spend Christmas in Tacoma where they will be the guests of Mis. Whiting's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo- Runce. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson are rejoicing over the birtli of a seven and one half pound girl born Decem ber at St. l'eters hospital. Frank Sether who is employed 111 the office of the state land commis sioner. left Friday for Rellingham where lie w ill spend' Christmas with his sister. Mrs. Alice Peach returned the first of this week to her home in Los Angeles after an extended visit in this city. Mrs. Peach came to Olyin put last spring to be with her sister, the late Mrs. Hugh Ross, who passed away last month. Miss Phyllis Fitz Henry, who has been attending the Washington State College at Pullman arrived in tlx 1 city this week to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Fitz Henry. Mrs. W. M. Duncan and daughters Kniogena and Dorothy left Wednes day for Portland. On Friday Ms. Duncan will join his family and to gether they will leave for Hillsboro, Oregon to spend the holidays with Mrs. Duncan's parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Dunham had as their Christmas guests their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Dunham of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mcßeavy and son John of Hoquiam will spend Christmas in this city as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Priest. Senator Adamson and representa tive Frank C. Spencer of Snohomish county were in the city Thursday locating living quarters during the session next month. Representative Pliny Allen of Seattle spent Thursday in the city on business. Prosecuting attorney Herman Allen of Lewis county, was a visitor at the Governor's office Thursday. • A beautifully framed life size por trait of the late Secretary of State, I. M. Howell was presented to Secre tary of State J. Grant Hinkle Thurs- day by the employes of his office as a token of esteem. The picture which is framed in a heavy brown irame, measures 24 by 30 inches. BLOUSES OF GEORGETTE Among the new blouses are some that have a short peplum and many that are embroidered with small col ored heads. Here is one that com bines both these features in the fall styles, and you will notice that Its sleeves are three-quarter length and that it has a gash of ribbon that ties with bow and ends a! the left side. It is made of dark georgette. ICven before tjivy enter their teens, some little maids are lucky enough to possess a warm, brown coat with a fur collar like that worn by the fortunate young person pictured here. Squirrel or rabbit provides the cozy fur. FOR WEAR AT SCHOOL I'or wear at school, or wherever regular service Is required, little girls are provided with pretty but plain frocks, simply decorated. Here Is one made of velours and trimmed with a little needlework in long and short stitches and embroidered daisies, about the lower edge of the hndicp. The plain skirt Is gathered in to tlie waist. Dresses of this kind are made In dark colors, with the stitchery in contrasting shades. HATS FOR STREET WEAR If all the hats mailt" <>;; velvet, duve tjii or brocade, and garnished with em broidery, were withdrawn t'rtuii mil linery displays, one wonders what would he left. Hut no such disaster i.s threatened and we are allowed to en joy street hats like those shown here, one of velvet in two colors with up turned brim, one of velvet and brocad ed silk dangling a gorgeous tassel, arid one of duvelyti —silk embroidered. BUSINESS n || LOCALIJ i For Sale.—Jersey bull eligible to registry; ago 16 months. Registered I Berkshire boar; age 18 months. . Fred If. Wright, 209 Quince Street, Olympia, Wash. 12-H-4* r'xpert pruning and graftingf dress G. E. Townsend, Rochester. I Wash. 12-21-4* Want crew for a 6-machine shingle mill now being organized on coopera tive basis; investment required. D. H. Sears, 1911 Main street, phono 21i4, Olympia, Wash. 12-24-4* Found—A gold ring. Owner can have same by proving property. See H. Jack, at L. E. Titus Garage, or 818 Adams street. WASHINGTON WKKKLV INDUS. TRIAL REVIEW Sumner schools putting ins4ooo gy m nas iu m eq ui p ill (>n t. Standard Oil company has started second well drilling in Grays Harbor field. Vancouver—Keel of 12,000 ton steel tanker laid at Standifer ship yards. ! U. S. Treasury favors $1,300,000 for Yakima irrigation projects. ! Pe Ell Light and Power company io hands of a receiver. I Seattle and Yakima planning work for the unemployed. Nation wide campaign to extend use of salmon as food product started. I Tacoma to undertake public works to relieve unemployment situation. Seattle city council will sell $2,000- 000 bonds to extend Skagit and Cedar river hydro-electric plants. | Strikes cost the workers of Penn sylvania $5,409,417 in 1920. | Wapato—Construction work was started here on new Pacific Power and Light plant. j Electric Ine extenson In Moxee f valley completed. West Kelso to have sewer system. I Touchet—Electric power being in stalled for flouring mills and sheep men. ! Pacific Telephone Company con structing toll lines in Yaklnia valley, Chewelah—Home bakery installing large new oven. Centralia—New school may lw erected. Spokane—New $500,000 theatre to be constructed here. Concrete road front Dixie to Wall* Walla now oppn. Burbank-—Street lights to be in stalled. $350,000 Hoover relief to be raised in state of Washington. Mail service between Olynipia and Centralia has been Improved. Aberdeen Simpson avenue find Park street toJ>e paved. Farm Bureau organized at Wenat chee. Mlts. PHILLIPS KXTKUTAINS NTI'DKNTS KOIt llOblil.WS i Complimenting a number of th® younger set who are home for their Christmas vacation Mrs. F. .T. Phillips entertained Tuesday evening with a delightful party in her home in the Capitol apartments. The rooms were attractive in their decorations of Christmas motifs. Later in the even ing dainty refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. R OX Raymond of Spokane, Miss Florence Clark :md Miss Frances Whltting- Those who enjoyed the evening were the Miss Phyllis Fitz Henry who is attending the Washington State College at Pullman: Misses Carol Ing ham and Helen Lord, who are stu dents at the Castilltja School fo r C.irls at Palo Alto; Misses Mary J" o ® Sams and Mary Owing "ho are attending the University of California and MiSij Beatrice Kearney who Is a student at Miss Ransom's school for girls at "Tierkelev.