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RETURNS TO U. OF W.
Miss Leota Otis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Otis, will leave to
morrow for Seattle to re-enter the
University of Washington for her
senior year. Virgil Otis, who at
tended the university last year. In
tends to remain in Olympia until the
first of the year, at which time he
villi re-enter college.
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ItAIIV DAUGHTER ARRIVES
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schular ot
Puyallup are receiving the congratu
lations of their friends on the birth
of a baby girl, Mrs. Schular was for
merly Miss Lena Wickie of this city.
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BRIDGE PARTY
PRETTY AFFAIR
A prettily appointed bridge tea was
given by Mrs. H. M. Fuller yesterday
afternoon at her home on Eighteenth
and Water streets. Large baskets of
lavender, asters and Shasta daisies
were used in decorating the rooms.
High score for the afternoon was won
by Mrs. Merritt McCully, while Mrs.
Kenneth Wilson won the cut prize.
Miss Leota Otis and Miss Georgette
Fuller assisted in dispensing the hos
pitalities. The guest list included
Mmes. George Huestis, Mitchel Har
ris, Robert Callahan, F. G. Blakeslee,
Claronce Maynard, C. W. Maynard,
Kenneth Wilson, O. M. Green, E. L.
Farnsworth, J. L. Johns, John R.
Mitchell, R. P. McNulta, Fred Wil
son, Merritt McCully, E. A. Billings,
Leo Schmidt, A. H. Chambers, P. M.
Troy, L. H. Motter, Charles Hewitt,
S. J. Stieglitz of Aberdeen, Charles
Dodds of San Francisco. L. D. Crow
of Los Angeles, and Miss Miriam Lea
of New York.
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RE r URN FROM
EASTERN WASHINGTON
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lewis and chil
dren have returned to their home In
Brighton Park, following a week's
motor trip to Eastern Washington
They were accompanied back by Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Oisen of Zlllah,
whose guests they were while in
Eastern Washington. Mr. and Mrs.
Olsen will motor on down the Pacific
highway to Portland, returning
their home in Zlllah via the Colum
bia river highway. While away Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis attended a family
reunion held at the home of Mrs. J. -
E Sttogler at Naches, in celebration
of the <"3th birthday of Mrs. Sltgler,
who is Mrs. Lewis' mother.
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SCHOOL RECEUTION
Friday evening the Roosevelt P.-T.
A. will entertain the teachers of the
school with a reception to be given
at the school building. The follow
ing program will be given: Song,
"Sweet and Low,'* by Girls' chorus;
address of Mrs. Levi Gra
ham, president; response, C. L.
Becker, principal of the school; song.
Mammy's Lullaby," by Girls' chorus.
Refreshments will be served follow
ing the program, with Mrs. E. F.
Gantenbien in charge.
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Mrs. Thayer of Seattle and hei
granddaughter, Florenee Stella Bor
row. Mid Miss Marie Eleanor Kruger
of New York, are the house guests ot
Mrs. Wi E. Steele for the remainder
of thfc w«a*k. ■:
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PARTY MOTOR TO INGLESIDE
A party* el young people motored
to Ingleside, the popular dance re
sort located on the Pacific highway
between Camp Lewis and Tacoma.
last evening lor dancing. The party
consisted of the Misses Beatrice
Kearney, Frances Lamborn, Sally
Qyde of Walace, Idaho, Doris Wil
cox, Anna Springer, and Lin Hender
son of Bellingham, Herndon Dalton,
Harold Kearney, Virgil Otis and Ted
Naden.
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VISITING IN TACOMA
Miss Alexia Snowden of Victoria.
B. C., who Is visiting her grandpar
ents Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Snowden,
left today for Tucoma. where she will
epend the remainder of the week with
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barber. On
Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Barber and
their guests will motor to Index to
spend the day.
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NOTED MUSICIAN HERB
Rev. *nd Mrs. T. H. Simpson have
as their guest Miss Mary Ella COOK,
formerly of the Institute of Musical
Art in New York City. Miss Cook,
who is a pupil of Siglsmond Stojow
skl, has opened a school in Tacoma
and is considering taking pupils in
Olympia.

ALL-DAY MEETING
The ladles of the Christian church
met yesterday with Mrs. J. B. Jeffers
on Boundary for an all-day meeting.
Fifteen quilts were tied by the ladies
during the meeting. Luncheon was
served at noon. The following were
present: Mmes. J. B. Jeffprs. •
Taylor, M. B. Meek, Matllde Howard,
Joseph Austin, R. A. Trullinger, Dor-
Jackson, Elizabeth McLe.-Ji, F. B.
othy Nelson, Emma WlUette, J. L.
Huffman, Stella Walters, J. Grant
Hinkle, Lena Cutler, George Erwin,
Rosina McDonald, Samantba New
some, Oscar Kinsey, Mary Lawrence,
Mary Masemore, E. D. Garrard, E. R.
Berry, W. H. Davis, Mary Thomas, H.
A. Heath and Olive Alverson.
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TO ATTEND NATIONAL
CONVENTION
O. H. Fishback, state insurance
commissioner, will leave tomorrow
from Tacoina for Louisville, Ken.,
where he will attend the annual na
tional convention of insurance com
missioners. Comissioner FishbacK
pans on being away three weeks.
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LEAVES FOR CHICAGO
R. P. McNulta left today for Chi
cago, where he will spend several
weeks on business. Mr. McNulta for
merly made his home in that city.
THEOSOPHISTS MEET TONIGHT
The Theosophical Society of Olym
pia will hold a meet this evening, be
ginning at 8 o'clock, at 1608 East
Sixth street. President Webber of
the Tacoma Theosophical Society win
be present and address the meeting.
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MARRIED IX CITY
Miss Louise K. Lycan of Tenlno and
Allen Wilson of Portland were united
In marriage oMnday afternoon at the
United Churches manse with Rev. T.
H. Simpson officiating. Only rela
tives attended the ceremony.
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OFFICERS' COUNCIL MEETS
The Officers' Council of the Parent-
Teacher association of the city will
hold a meeting Friday afternoon.
September 30, at the high school.
Mrs. W. H. Bryan, new president oi
the council, will be installed in office
at the meeting.
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GIRLS' CLUB HOLDS MIXER
The newly organized Girls' club,
composed of upper class girls of the
high school, met in the high school
gymnasium Friday evening between
7:30 and 11 o'clock.
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ALPHA MAY CLUB MEETING
Alpha May club will met tomorow
evening with Mrs. D. W. Jenkins at
her home in Tumwater. Mrs. Eads
will assist Mrs. Jenkins.
SEQUIM VISITORS
Mrs. Alvaretta Schott and Mrs.
Clara M. Parker of Sequlm are busi
ness visitors In the city for a few
days. They are guests at Hotel Olym
pian.
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WASHINGTON SCHOOL
TEACHERS' RECEPTION
The annual teachers' reception
given by the Washington Parent-
Teacher circle will be held Friday
evening September 30, at the school.
Mrs. Preston Uhler Is chairman of
the program ocmmittee; Mrs. Will
iam Dale, decratlons, and Mra. A.
Bigelow .refreshments.
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L. P. Query drove over from We
natchee Tuesday to visit at the Ray
Bigelow home. Mr. Bigelow accom
panied Mr. Query back to Wenatchee
Wednesday.
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PATRIOTIC ORDERS HOLD
JOINT SOCIAL.
George H. Thomas Post, O. A. R ,
was delightfully surprised Saturday
evening, at the close of their regular
meeting, when the W. R. C. joined
them. Immediately tables were pre*
pared and all enjoyed a repast. Forty
plates were laid. Comrade Foster, in
behalf of the O. A. R., expressed
thanks. Mrs. Emma Willet gave e
reading, "Cleaning Ou he Furnace."
following he lunch. The committee
in charge of the affair consisted of
Mrs. Olive Alverson, Mrs. Florence
Hemphllng, Mrs. Delia Allen, Mrs.
Margaret Kost and Mrs. Alice Jetten.
Among those present were Mrs. Jen
nie Crulkshank of Hood River, Ore ;
Commander McNatr and wife, Past
Commander Kilimer, Past President
of the Daughters of Veterans Mrs.
Dela Flesher, past presidents of th°
Woman's Relief Corps. Mrs. Sarah
Savldge, Mrs. Emma. Willett, Mrs.
Mignonette Smith, Mrs. Olive K.
Alverson, and Corps President Mis
Maud Shupp of Bucoda.
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TO RETURN THIS WEEK
Harold McNamara .and Carl Zam
berlin, who left 10 days ago for San
Francisco In Mr] McNamara's car, are
expected to return to this city some
time this week. Bert McMurtrle.
who accompanied them south, will
remain In San Francsco, where he
has a position.
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ROYAL NEIGHBORS TO MEET
Capital Camp No. 2425. Royal
Neighbors of America, will hold its
regular meeting this evening at 8
o'clock in Veterans' hall. All mem
bers are requested to be present.
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MARRIAGE LICENSES
The county auditor issued the fol
lowing marriage licenses last week:
Thomas John Ryan and Faye Free
man of May town; Percy Howard
THE WASHINGTON STANDARD. OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON', FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, lf>2l
Clark of Cosmopolis and Frances Lil
lian Archer of Seattle; Theo A. Pleas
ant and Bernice Ackers, of Tacoma;
Charles O. Johnson and Marian
Quamme of Tacoma; William Lee
Wyat and Charlotte Shore of Centra
lia; Lee E. Nelson and Dena Norden,
of Montesano; Weston Potter. Marsh
field, Or., and Anna Gray, of Tenino:
Fred Rober Fiene and Pearl Sheffield,
Shelton; Edmund A. Rich and Mrs.
Frankie E. Bucknell, Union Mills.
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SERIES OF BRIDGE TEAS
TO BE GIVEX »
The first of a series of bridge teas
to be given this season by the Wom
an's club will be held Tuesday after
noon at the clubhouse at 2 o'clock.
The bridge teas given by the Woman's
club have always been exceedingly
popular and society is anxiously look
ing forward to the events. During
the last session of the legislature the
Woman's club teas and bridge parties
were a delightful source of entertain
ment for the visiting legislators'
wives as well as for the Olympians.
From the present outlook the wom
an's club Is to have a busy season
this year.
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TACOMA COUPLE MARRY HERE
Announcement is made by Mr. and
Mrs. James F. Hiatt of the marriage
Wednesday, September 14, of their
daughter Katherine to Will Espey
Hampton of Tacoma. The wedding
was solemnized in Olympia last week,
quite unknown to the family, and
comes as a complete surprise to their
circle of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hamp
ton are spending their honeymoon at
Pacific Beach. The young couple will
make their home in Tacoma. Mr.
Hampton is associated In business
with the Orting Lumber company as
secretary-treasurer. Mr. and Mrs.
Hampton have a host of friends ia
this city.
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ORGANIZE NEW CLUB
Father J. E. O'Brien of St. Mcihael's
Catholic church has organized a club
which will be known as "The Young
People's Club" and any Catholic,
whether married or single, between
the t*«es ot 18 and 40 is eligible to
membership. The purpose of the
club is to bring together the ypung
people of the parish for get-acquaint
ed meetings and social gatherings.
The club will meet Tuesday even
ing, September 20, at 8 o'clock, in
the church hall, to select a perma
nent name for the organization. All
young people of the parish are in
vited to attend the meeting.
Officers elected are as follows:
President, James Connolly; vice pres
ident. Miss Gertrude Pier; treasurer,
Miss Elizabeth Hahn; secretary, MISB
Susan Kauth. Committees were: En
tertainment, Jack Fits Morris, chair
man, Delia Reder, Margaret Hahn.
Emily Twohy, Lester O'Brien; mem
bership, Ether Twohy, chairman, Ed
Heye, Grace Kenney; by-laws, Rev.
Father O'Brien, chairman, Anna
Krieder, Jack Malloy.
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TAKE WEEK'S MOTOR TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hewitt and
Mrs. Hewitt's brother and sister-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Clark, have
returned to this city, following a
week's motor trip over the Columbia
river highway. They visited friends
in Salem and were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. George Hopp in Camas.

j E. Tappan Tannet spoke to a large
number of Th«osophtsts and friends
at the regular meeting Sunday after
noon. Mr. Tannet is a newspaper
man of Tacoma. His address on
"The Law of Karma" was well re
ceived by his audience.
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ABERDEEN VISITORS
Mrs. S. J. StiegliU, Miss Pearl
Copeland and Kenneth Stieglitz mo
tored up from Aberden yesterday,
stopping here to visit Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Fuller en route to Seattle, where
Miss Copeland will take the train for
a visit in Arkansas.
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TO HOLD ALL-DAY MEETING
The ladies of the Christian church
will meet Wednesday for an all-day
meeting with Mrs. J. B. Jeffers, 1018
Boundary street. They will work at
tieing quilts and making children's
garments. Each member Is request
ed to bring one article of food for the
noon lunch.
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Mrs. J. O. Ruramens has returned
jto her home in this city after a thre?
weeks' vacation spent In Emmett
Idaho, visiting her mother, Mrs. Mc-
Bwegan.
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ACCEPTS NEW POSITION
Bert McMurtrie, Olympia corre
spondent of the News-Tribune, has
been engaged to lead a large review
at Marqunrd's, one of the most pop
ular restaurants in San Francisco
Mr. McMurtrie is a singer and dancer
of note.
VISITING PARENTS
Mr. and Mrs. William Hill and
daughter, Dorothea, of Tacoma, spent
the week-end here visiting Mrs. Hill's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cham
bers.
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PENINSULA
The three Johnson families of But
ler's Cove are contemplating moving
upon Hoodß Canal to do logging
work there.
Miss Dorothea Christensen is at
tending the Bellingham state normal
school.
Mrs. A. E. Modes and son Vernon
spent Thursday with the former's
parents.
Carl and Alfred Whitney drove to
Nisqually with their sister, Miss
Alice Whitney, who left Sunday for
Raymond, Wash., where she will be
with the Riverside hospital.
Miss Sybil Juleson, who Is teach
ing the second year school at Butler'*
Cove, has 22 pupils enrolled.
Mrs. Martin Christensen ind son
Bobby, spent Sunday at the home of
N. C. Christensen.
3. T. Baker, near Green cove, has
completed his cow barn and about
finished a woodshed.
FAIR VIEW
J. D. Brasch and family of Seattl3
spent the week-end at the home ot
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Brasch.
Gus E. Jones returned from Nome,
Alaska, last Friday. His many
friends are pleased to welcome him
home and hope his sojourn in our
midst will be a lengthy one.
A four-piece orchestra has been en
gaged to play for the Falrview Im
provement club dance. A cordial in
vitation is extended to attend the
dances and a good time and courteous
treatment is assured.
Miss Augusta Brasch spent the
week-end at home with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Luedecker and sons
were Sunday evening Olympla vis
itors.
The regular semi-monthly buslnev
meeting of the Improvement club wIP
l:e held Sunday afternoon at the clui>
house. All members are earnestly re
quested to be present.
Helen Berg was absent from schoo',
Tuesday, though at this time she 1M
quite recovered from her Illness.
HOPP, MONTANA
I
Wheat harvest is ended and thresh
ing Is almost complete In this part of
Montana. Corn cutting has com
menced. Montana is rapidly becom
ing a corn growing state. The early
varieties ripen the latter part of Au
gust and the late varieties make ex
celent fodder.
J. F. Brown received second prize
for best sheaf of oats at the commu
nity fair recently he'd at Big Sandy.
The first frost of the season oc
curred the night of the sth. Gar
dens were badly damaged.
The Misses Jennie Weller and
Gladys Sturdevant left last Sunday to
continue their studies at the Big
Sandy high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lehman, Har
old Brown, Herbert Weller and the
Misses Hazel, Grace and Veva Rut
ledge atended the school entertain
ment given by Miss Ruth Giles at the
Eagle Butte schoolhouse last Satur
day evening.
Mrs. Frank Harshe is keeping a
boarding house in Big Sandy for the
accommodation of out of town stu
dents.
Mr. and Mrs. Curly Lemon have
returned from their Chase Hill
rnach. They are staying at present
with Mrs. Lemon's mother, Mrs. B.
Hendershot.
Mrs. Vina Rutledge is expected
home this week from Tumwater.
Wash., where she spent the summer
with her mother, Mrs. Williamson.
The Misses Hazel and Grace Rut
ledge will leave this week for Colum
bua Falls to continue their t.tudies at
the high school. They will make
their home with Rev. and Mrs. Roy
Nelson.
The snow storm of the 9th and
10th put a stop to threshing opera
tions and demoralized the mail serv
ice?" It la reported that seven inches
EX-SERVICE MEN
WILL GET HELP
FROM RED CROSS
Federal Government Sends Out
Clean-up Squads to Help
Solve Difficulties.
All ex-service men who ars having
difficulty in securing compensation,
Insurance, or whose claims are pend
ing final action where additional evi
dence is necessary to connect their
disability with service, will be assist
ed with their problems in the near
future by a "Clean-up" squad which
is being sent out by the government
for that purpose and which is sched
uled to arrive in Olympic v Ithln one
or two weeks, according to Mr*. M.
O. Andresen, secretary of the H>ime
Service Department of the Thurston
County chapter of the American Red
Cross.
The "Clean-up" squads wore ap
pointed for the three states of Wash
ington, Oregon, and Idaho, by the
District Manager of the War Risk
Insurance Department. The squads
will visit all the counties throughout
these three states, making their
headquarters in the county seats.
Efforts are being made by the Red
Cross chapters In this district to
establish close service for the prep
aration of the data for the claim
ants; to create and promote in the
community visited a better under
standing for the work in question;
to formulate plans In the place
visited by which a continual and
united effort will be made to render
assistance to ex-service men where
needed.
Thurston and Mason Units.
Unless different arrangements are
made the Olympia Red Cross chapter
will work in this matter in conjunc
tion with the chapter at Shelton
with headquarters at Olympla. The
personnel (or the Washington squad
Is as follows: Dr. John V. Greene,
| medical officer; V. O. Lee, compensa
tion and insurance claims and con
tact examiner; Joseph Davis, ad
vance agent; Joseph S. Thomas, Red
Cross representative,
"There Are many boys In Masoif
and Thurston counting who should'
take advantage of this opportunity
to receive assistance in their com
pensation and Insurance claims",
said Mrs. Andresen. "All ex-service
men who desire this information
should list their names with the
Olympla Red Cross and their dfflcul
ties will be taken up with the squad
as soon as it arrives. This offers
an excellent opportunity for the boys
to straighten out their insurance
compensation and back travel-pay
difficulties."
WILL ELIMINATE MAPLE
| VALLEY GRADE CROSSING
rrr-.
Notice that authorisation for the
elimination of a dangerous grade
crossing at Maple Valley, in King
county, Is expected within a few
days, was received by the department
of public works Monday from the
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul rail
road's western office. Many serious
accidents have occurred on this cross
ing, over which electric trains oper
ate at high speed, and which is ap
proached by the highway on both
sided 1 With considerable grade and on
one side with a bad curve. The rail
road track also curves, making it
impossible to see a train until it is
close to the crossing. It is proposed
to build an overhead crossing for the
highway.
Petition was received Monday from
the county commissioners of Steveus
county for the elimination of a dan
gerous grude crossing on the Great
Northern railroad at Loon Lake,
about 40 miles north of Spokane.
: ATTENDANT AT WEDDING
Miss Jean Lonsberry of Shelton ha 3
returned to her home from Seattle,
where she attended the wedding of
her aunt, Miss Gertrude Bagg&rt.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christoff
Baggart, to Henry Prior of Los An
geles. The wedding was solemnized
last week at the home of the bride's
parents in Seattle. Miss Lonsberry,
who was the bride's only -attendant,
wore a frock of ruffled white net and
carried a basket of bright colored
flowers. Mrs. Prior, who has visited
in Olympla, will make her home in
■ I-03 Angeles. She is a graduate of
the University of Washington and
i Mr. Prior is a graduate of the Univer
sity of Colorado.
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