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RULE EXPEBE THREE SBOVE ZERO Randle, Jan. 3.--The worst storm of the season came the latter part of last week. With several inches of snow on the ground which fell the week before, the temperature hovered hovered around freezing all last week u n t i l Thursday afternoon, when it began to turn colder and stood at three decrees above zero at 6 a. m. last Friday. An east wind began blowing Friday night and continued until Sunday morning. Somewhere near a foot of snow fell Saturday night. The strong wind blowing made it impossible to set the exact depth, as the sonw drifted so badly. There are some IS or 20 inches of snow on the ground today and a gentle rain is falling. Randle was f o r t u n a t e in getting the mail every day during the storm, although the paper mail outside of the county failed to get through Saturday. Saturday. The Morton-Lewis stage and the mail stage were held up a short distance distance this side of Morton on their way out S u t u r d a y morning for an hour or more until two large trees that had fallen across the road could be removed. J o h n n i f j Purcell arrived home Sunday Sunday p v c n l D R from Seattle, where he sepnt the holidays with his grand- motluT, Mrs. Turner. The w e a t h e r was so s t o r m y Friday evening that no one came to the meeting that, was called for that evening evening to organize a Grange at Randle, so Ira Shea, organizer, remained over and called a meeting for Tuesday evening, J a n u a r y 3. Mr. and Mrs. Eben Riley and Kenneth Kenneth Riley of Kiamath Falls, Ore., visited a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Evan Blankenship. Mrs. Lena M. Close and son, Charles, were dinner guests of Mrs. John Kirkpatrick New Year's day. Clarence Workman will go to Chehalis Chehalis Tuesday to bring his wife and baby home. Mr. and Mrs. John Peters jr., had as guests at a social party at their home Wednesday evening Misses Ortha and Bernice Young, Sarah Peters, Mrs. Bertha Koher. Vernon Davis, Therton Peters and Alcana DeRossett. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Anderson and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hampton and baby, Mrs. Grace Boyd and children and Mrs. Wilfred Skinner and children children had New Year's dinner at the old- home with their father, C. J. Hampton. The Randle Parent-Teacher meeting meeting will be held Thursday evening, January 5. This will be "dad's" meeting and will be held in the school gymnasium, beginning at 8 p. m. After a short business meeting the dads will entertain with an old- fashioned spelling bee, young and old participating. The dads will then entertain you over the radio. Then the dads will serve refreshments to you. Come and have a good time and join the Randle Parent-Teachers' Parent-Teachers' Association. Frank Siler, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Siier, and Miss Miriam Elton of Los Angeles, Cal., were united in marriage in Olympia, "Wednesday, December 28. Mr. Siler brought his bride home for a short visit, after which he accompanied her to Los Angeles, Angeles, where she will complete her term of school as a teacher. Mr. Siler will come hack to look after his farm work, and his wife plans to return about July. Terry Siler accompanied Frank Siler to meet his bride last Wednesday Wednesday and left for Washington State College Saturday from Portland, Ore. Miss Ruth Goodman of Los Angeles Angeles spent the holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Siler. Mrs. Leona Davis and children left Friday for their home in Seattle, after several days visit with Mrs. Davis' father, C. H. Young, and brother, Walter Young, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moorecroft entertained entertained at a party in their home New Year's eve for the young married married people of the community. Many disregarded the worst storm of the winter and attended. The evening was pleasantly spent. NEW YARK--PARIS FASHIONS IS is most certainly a season ol belts--and on- everything from evening- gowns to fur coats. Chanel, who starts so many fashions In accessories accessories is largely responsible for this one and the smart world has not been slÂ»w to follow her lead. When you have belts, you have buckles, so one could say this Is also a season ot bucklea All sorts of materials are used on these buckles, but if the clothes with which a particular belt to be worn come under the head of street or country types, the buckle is almost sure to be of composition In a matching matching or contrasting colour. Take the fur coat ensemble, sketched here for example. The coat. Itself, Is of American American broadtail In gray; the belt IB gray leather; the buckle Is red and red Is repeated In the sweater blouse worn with a gray tweed skirt. Beside the belt and buckle, thla costume has several other important fashion notes of the new season. Tin* sweater Is worn as a blouse, as a part of a three piece suit The growing favor for gray, especially In tweed* and other sports fabrics la Indicated and the short fur coat, tailored as Â» cloth coat would be and made to b* worn with its own matching frock or Â·klrt and Moose la one of the MU Tandem Sheared goatskla or tfg curled lamb, nsembBac. Aatrakhu, atoo nwd for theae HtUe coÂ»t* Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Scherer to Chehalis Friday to spend a few days. They were accompanied by H O. Purcell, who returned Saturday by- stage to Glenoma. The Morton- Lewis stage failed to go through because because of the snow drifts and trees across the road, so Mr. Purcell borrowed borrowed a car at Glenoma and after several hours plunging through the snow drifts arrived home about 9 o'clock that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Siler went to Vancouver Saturday, December 24, and visited with Mrs. Siler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schane, until Wednesday. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lewis and children and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harrington were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Baugh j Christmas day. Dr. Skinner will take Mrs. Skinne r to Chehalis today, where she will serve on the j u r y at superior court. Mrs. Joe Moorecroft will go to Chehalis Chehalis today to serve on the jury. Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Skinner and daughter, Charlotte, motored to Morton Morton yesterday and had New Year dinner dinner with .Mr. and Mrs. William Siler. Dr. Skinner reported on his return yesterday evening that the roads were pretty well cleared of snow from Randle to Morton. Miss Ethel Lewis spent the holidays holidays at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Siler, and left Saturday Saturday on the stage to return to Cosmopolis, Cosmopolis, where she is teaching school. Therlow Peters and his sister, Sarah, of Seattle, spent the holidays at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Peters sr. Walter Young took Helen Blankenship, Blankenship, Carl and Hilda Floe, Orth.i Young and Carl Miller to Morton Sunday, where they left for their respective respective educational institutions. Some twenty couples braved the storm Saturday evening to attend thy dance in the community hall. Those who attended reported a very enjoyable enjoyable evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Emery and daughter arrived home from Medford, Medford, Ore., Saturday evening, where they had spent Christmas with relatives. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Proffltt and children children returned to Raymond Sunday, after spending the week with relatives. relatives. Miss Fay Herrington returned to Tacoma today after spending the vacation vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Merrett and son and daughter of Tacoma visited at the home of their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Metcalf, during the holidays. Fred W. Hoefer and Frank Evans came in Saturday from Seattle and visited at the home of Mrs. Hoefer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Westall. They returned today with Mrs. Hoefer Hoefer and Miss Bauer, who had been visiting for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Westall of Morton spent the holidays w i t h their parents at Randle. I Mrs. Bird Blankenship drove to Morton Wednesday for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Callahan's children, children, who have been quite ill with the f l u for several days, are reported very much better. Raymond DeRossett, son of Mr and Mrs. I. DeRossett, and Miss Alberta Alberta Gardner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gardner, were united in marriage in Tacoma Tuesday, at the Baptist parsonage. The parents of the bride accompanied the couple and were at the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. DeRossett left yesterday for Sandy, Ore., where Mrs. DeRossett will finish the term of school she was teaching. Doris Green gave a surprise party Friday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Green, I in honor of her cousin, Mildred Green. Quite a few friends of the young girls were invited and they spent an enjoyable evening together. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orr and children of Morton and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gardner and family were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Green Christmas day. H,. E. Moore and family, James Green and family, Mrs. Bertha Koher, Koher, John Peters jr., and family, Will Bolton and family and Madaline Brassfield were guests at the home of Mr: and Mrs. Fineas Green for dinneV New Year's day. Miss Madaline Brassfield had Miss Ida May Randle, Miss Ortha Young and 'Miss Marie Miller as guests for dinner Saturday evening at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Mackay and daughter Wilma, and Miss Fay Herrington Herrington were invited guests at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herrington New Year's day. Mrs. James McMahan, who went out last week to an eye specialist for treatment, returned today, ; Mrs. Daisy Randle and daughter, "Ida May, were initiated in the Order of Eastern Star at Morton Thursday evening. I Mrs. John Kirkpatrick gave a delightful delightful party at her home Friday evening in honor of her son, Dabl, Â·Â·who was home for the Christmas va- \ f* 6 Fill MIDWAY Opp. Southwest BRALEY Chehalis, RED cation, and other college students who were home for the vacation, inviting a few of the Randle high school students with them. Fay Harrington, Hilda Floe, Ortha Young. Helen Blankenship, Marie Miller, May Randle, Madaline Brassfield, Carl Miller, Carl Floe, Fred Pollard and Dahl Kirkpatrick were present. The hostess fed them waffles to heart's content, and the young had a very enjoyable evening. Mrs. Ben Mead has been very ill at her home for the past three weeks. John Kehoe's son, Edward, of Nome, Alaska, who has just arrived, will visit with his father for a few days and will then go to Los Calif., to spend the winter. It had been nine years since father and had seen each other. WASTED 700O GALLONS Â«AS. Tuesday night someone with a low-calibered .mind took the wrappings wrappings from the valve and opened them at the Richfield gas plant in Centralia, and 7000 gallons of gasoline gasoline escaped on the ground, according according to a statement by Manager Wakefield of the company. He had no clues to the guilty parties. NEW CASES FILED. Following are the new cases filed with the county clerk the past portation Company, for Â§1300 dam- portation Company,- for 1300 damages. damages. June 25, 1927, the plaintiff alleges he was making a left-hand off the Pacific highway two miles of Chehalis, when defendant's passenger passenger bus started to pass him on road, and crashed into his automobile. automobile. Art Thompson vs. Morton Coal Coke Company, foreclosure of lien. F. C. and Hilda Tamblyn vs. Kollin, appeal from justice court. First National Bank of Centralia vs. A. N. Riggs, on promifisory note. Coffman-Dobson Bank Trust Company vs. Abe Flewelling, on promissory note.