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August 12, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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YOUR NEISHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE DOING Hopkins weni to Spokane Sun- I Montana, arrived home the latter part :of last week. Mrs. Lewis will remain on the church lawn next F~iday, Au~ gust 19, from 3:30 to 8:30 p, m, An invitation is extended to the public to attend. Miss Zilva Berry is spending the Dasch wa.~ heine from lqmii- SUnday. ~I. D. McPherson has purchased t Chandler car, P. H. Ankcorn has puTeha~ed a new touring car. ~.I,. R. Crows ,~pen! tiJe first ~I" Week at Garfield. J.B. Dudley went to Spokane Sun- returning Monday. QeOrge and Albert Spuler ~pe, nt Week in Spokane. Rogge of the Potlatch hotel in Palouse Tuesday. John lVaite of Seattle is visit- sister, Mrs. H. C. Holt. Charles Mecklem went to Mo~;-- J. Itolland spent Sunday in Spo-i for s()me time on the farm j week in Spokane, the guest of her Dick ttobevtsou went to Spokane! aunt, Mrs. J. G. Sullivan. Mien I,anlphere was in Garfieli Sunday and cam(~ back,driving a new J. W. Johnson and daughter, Miss aday. . b'ord eoul)e. I Pearl, left Friday for a two months' M~r. It. Stool, ey or Spokane spen:! visit in North Dakota. They will R. C. McCroskey was in i'alou:~e t~'riday and Saturday with her .~ister.! points in various parts of the state. 3~r~. ,I. B. Dudley. ~ A fire destroyed 300 acres of grain H. W. Wilcox of Ravet,,toke, B. C., near Garfield Monday. The fire was arrived Meads:,: tot a ,,isit with hi:-.' started from a heap of ashes left by brother. D. J. Wilcox. :~ threshing machine crew two days Mis:~ i.ois Andrew returm~d Wed_, before. r,I':~{tat) fr.m Cb.eney, where ~he had .Yi,~rioli Soreason and family will b(~en n{tending,school, return to Winchester, Idaho, Satur- day. They were here on account of Mrs. (L l-'. Stephcns -q,s gone [O the sickness of their brother, Burt ('o]ora(|o to [ak(~ ller tllother'~ re-- Sorenson. mains back for burial. ;Miss Beulah Merryman left for Spo- Miss Italia Gritman and Misses kane Friday, where she will join Mrs. Gi:aee and ellis McMackin returned Mary Call and family and motor to: trom Cheney Wednesday. Seattle and other coast towns, lnclud- Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Murray and ing Vancouver, B. C. Mrs. I. C. Peterson were huckleberry- The Ladles' Aid of the M. E. church ing at Mizl)uh mine Wednesday. will meet next Wednesday evening Mrs. Ann, ltall of Seattle and Mrs. with Mrs. J. J. Miller. The election of Katie Cook of Sl)okane are visiting officers will occur at this meeting returning Sunday. their mother, Mrs. N. P. Madison and a good attendance is desired. Teddy Sanders is sick with tYl)hoid The Ladle,,;' Aid of the Christian Dr. J. It. Burleson left Tuesday for He is improving, however. 'church drove lo i?allon Wednesday, Vermillion, S. D., where he has the W. J. Martin and two grand-i where the:,, surprise.d Mrs. S. W. Ed- 'pastorate of achurch. He was accom- were in Moscow Wednesday, minston. ';)anted to Spokane by Mrs. E. W. Bur- W. Libby returned from Men-I Mr. and Mrs. ,lared Fisher were in leson and sons, Edward and Theodore. TUesday. He drove through by Moscow Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph HoMey will , Miss Madge Howel] visited in Mos- leave for their home at Boise next ~Irs, Mary Hill of Km~drick is via-cow Sunday. week. Mr. and Mrs. Hosley were With Mrs. A. J. Webster thi,~' li. W. b'airbanks, traveling freight called here by the serious illness of agent l:or the Canadian Pacific rail- 'Mrs. Hosley's brother, Bert Sorenson. at Dr. Hein's hospital in Pa- : o~,d, wa.~ in Paleuse on official bust- S.D. Hopper, special agent of the a girl, to Mr and Mrs. Harry ~)~: