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May 27, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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t COUNTY AGENT ACTIVITIES !honle at Glacier Park, Moll|aria, lasl ..................... HARVARD. I',~ v~,l: ~ .,vh.re sl~e ~'x~)e(,~s ~o s~3eml Poison Week Schedule. Harvard SchooI~ cl~)sell il ~ll(q.os~-"IiH! sulz~P, ler ,'Rhe loot,, htr little Men lay, May 30. Garfield. [~rl]1 lCriday Hnlier the ;ibie mall- ,~raniIsoll, who has beo, ll allerlding "FHc:~dav ,May :~l, b~llirbanks. (}I' .\Iissos Vivitlll ~luDsoll '::c, hool here, ~t~ his home. ~ Wedne~Mtty. dune l, Oakesdale. id Nell }~arraeknlal~ in lhv: pr u:tlr.vl Mr. and Mrs. Grannis enlerLained 'Phursd~v .June 2, Rosalia. Ld advanced grades :'e~pecLivel) I !:tt dinller Suilday evetling at their j l,'riday, June 3, Pine Cily. le graduat:ion exercises were hakim, heine .tl (':tml) Two. Their guests J Every S.:;turday in Culfax. the school house b'riday eveniug, i we,.'e .",11'. and Mr:< Wayman ~Vilton, ! Return your empty poison sack.~. diplomas were awarded ti.Mi:~s C,r~,ee Larkin -~nd Miss t atrt}:ta.[ -;~I01nilii!" Glory Eradication. lna (lleason, Beulah Gilder and 7~lavz~:~vd. [ 'f'~asday. ~Iay 31. Garfield. Dious- Tillnell. An excellenI program ! Mr. u[ld .~'iy:-; t,2FlleSl lies., have' t m MeCroske.v in charge, i~ rendered, eonMstiug mainly or' iHo,,ed fl'Olll Cheltey back hece to live. q'hllrsdav, dulle g, Rosalla, M %'. !gillg of those old familiar melodies', \\'ill:~rd tleaton's latber, wire llaa Merrill farai, "2:~1) p, Ill. !ieb, though We may hear lhom { b,~e~ viMling hel'e.. ]ei~i Ttlosd:rty 1'oI" t Ollle for Lice and ~/~allge 011 Hogs. fell,deliverednever growhy~dd. AtH]aThe salt~tatory i hisoleason .il o.n"meS, l;'let c bet,in Stmka ne.lhe county ascii t. ods forTheapplyingmSt coluluon 1YtreatmentUSedfor exter-nlet |l- Gih.ler read the class historyi was a hu,~iness visilor hi lown Tues- nul parasites of hogs are (I) hand Norla Tinnell the class prophecy. !day. lapplicati(ms. (2) spraying, (3) hog SChool goolll was l)acked to the i Sheriff \Voody was ill PrJ1~c,!toll I oilers. ( 4 ) lllediealed wallows and by the many friends wh,) g, ath- ell business Monday: 15) dipping. The best method to to l)ay their respect8 io the M," and Mrs. Budd lefl Monday for} adopt naturally depends upon the Ing People who have finished lheir their home in Moseow. Mrs. Budd[ntm~her of hogs to be treated, the in theolocal ~egools alld tll'e pre- has just mmpleted "~ reviva meel Dgi sea:4ol-~ of the year, the remedies se- 'Sd to take their different w,vs here. lee.ted and the facilities available. life. Ward has been received Ilere of the \Vhih: hoth m;/r|ge and lice c.an be Miss 'A1ullSOll and Miss Bar. birth of a son to Mr aud Mrs. Bogar er:t(licated I)y pro!)(~r band appllca- during lhe two years which of l)e~ ry Mrs. l/ogar was formerly tioh