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Palouse, Washington
August 12, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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August 12, 1921

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CORRESPONDENCE POTLATCH. Slid Mrs. H. O. Ciark are re- OVer i,he arrival ()f a son ell 6. Mrs. (;lark is Potlatch's war hridc, having cou'~d. With Mr. Clark (m his return in France. ~AI([ 3drs. l)wighl Clawson are of a son, born August S. hood in this vicinity, though during the past spring and summer has lived 'at Marcon, Oregon, where he holds a re:q)onsihle and lucrative position, and where tile happy couple will be at home after August 10. Their many friends here join in wishing them a long and happy journey through life. COVE. IS. It. I-Iurnett, who has been visit- ~I. Andrew~. heel1 bookkeeper of! 'a,:. h;~" ~:o~. A. K. Barnett, for the ; ~:,sl week. rer urned to his home In office of the Potlatch Lum- /':ii ~t,,irs, Alberta. left Monday for Sea.tthL Mr< F."ed Bh)od is quite ill. to embark on \Vedne~day :Xlr. ::lid Mrs. P. \V. Green and ; steamer ,lefferson for a vaca-I,Ml]i .t. H. Smith of Palouse were trip of ten (lays to Alaska. I, /uesIs ~1 tile E .P. Ball holes ou Aletha Swedhmd and Mrs. -~hlssell and son, .lohu, left for a two weeks" vaclttion Loon Lake. R. S. Chambers, superin- at. of the (:it)" schools, is look- to the arrival of his fa- lOSes B. Chambers, of Mifflins-i Pa., on Monday for a t)riefl Araong other things planned entertainment is a trip to lh9 country, where the fish-i Unexcelled. lee creanl social was given tit church Wednesday night, to go lo the missions. b. W. Cree t)f Griggsville, Ill , friend of H. N. (';ray, is at the Humiston-Gray home. and Mrs. A. M. Douglass have guests Mrs. Ella t). Burton, Iowa; Mrs. A. P. Paitm~. Arkansas, and A. M. Bur- Louis, Missouri, mother, sis- brother of Mrs. Douglass. W. I). Humiston is eutertain- a tea party Thursday after- honor of Mrs. D. W. Cree, is visiting at the Itunfiston aUd Mrs. Ella D. Burton and A. p. Patton, who are guests at W. Douglass home this week. Matte Lawson of the Potlatcn company millinery de- who has been in Portland her fall stock and inciden- visiting relatives, is expected this week. She writes glowing of the new creations which on exhibit soon after her or- l:tlith Pederson a(:companie,l Mrs. Chester Porterfield, to Marinette, Wisconsin, where to spend the next ear. visited Chicago on the trip. Collene and 'Zella Harris Stapleton returned the of the week from Lewiston. they have been attending nor- slx weeks. They are all mem- th class of 1921 and have all Schools for the coming year. HARVARD. B. Taylor, the Juliaetta boy his life for his country on ftleds in the summer of a~d Was brought back last week to rest in the Moscow cem- Was a son of Mr. and Mrs Taylor, early-day farmers of! Palouse. Ray was born in is now the George Bay farm mile west of Grizell camp, stltamer of 1894. The family to Chesby, Idaho, in 1900, stayed for a time, moving to Juliaetta, where the), sillce resided and where Ray to manhood. harvest is drawing to a close. ' Smith will pull his gasoline r'iato the shed in a few days. Becker is baling on Chambers 'Walter Tinnell finished baling J. H. Cochrane farm Saturday to the Davis brothers hay on Meadow creek. Fall wheat stack and spring grain is fast J. H Johnson, Mrs. M. Me- alld son, John, and Ray John- Sunday, July 31, at the E. home at Yale. Steffen was down from the first of the week repair- fence around the graves of Pat Plynn and Hans Lund, two miners of the Hoodoos, wh~ bY side in the Woodfell \Vcdllesday. Mrs. tledland of ttayden Lake and Chri;~tim~ Eriekson of Seattle are vis- iting at the home of Cedric Anderson. M::rim) Thoml)son of l'alouse is spo~l}ling Ihe west; witb I,illian Sent- pills. Mrs. T. A. Soniville and Miss Hazel were shopping in Moscow Tuesday I,avela spenl tile week-end with Loris Crooks. The girls sewing circle met with [,otis (~rooks Thursday afternoon. They finished the layettes they were making for the Palouse Red Cross, after which the girls of the east side played ball with those from the west ',Mde. The score was 6 to 4 ill favor of the east side Ralph Howell of Avon is visiting at the A. K. Barnett home. The young people's class of the '\Vest Cove Sunday school report a 'gloriously good time at their picnlc held near \Vellesley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher of Palouse were visiting in Cove Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Jane of Moscow were guests at the E. P. Ball home ' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ball of Twin l,ake, Idaho, are visiting their son, I E. P. Ball, this w~ek. PRINCETON. Mr. and Mrs. William Leonard of Moscow are visitors of Mr. and Mrs. B. F'. Thomas. Mrs. Chester Poindexter of Mos- cow visited her mother, Mrs. Peter Ireland, last week. Mrs. ~'illard Heaton and Mabel Gilmore came home from Spangle this week, where they have been vis- iting for the past ten days. Karl Dernaris is here visiting with friends. Mrs. Sam Lackner came home on 'Thm'sday from the coast, where she has spent the summer. Roy Guernsey was a business vis- t 'itor in Deary Wednesday. Mrs. James McYey of Oregon is visiting her niothei', Mrs. Rufus Utt.~ Mrs. Ireland is in Moscow visiting her daughter, Mrs. Chester Poindex- ! ter. L. L. Young and John Sinclair drove to Steptoe on business TEeS- 'day. TffRNBOW FLAT. C. l. Daniel spent the week-end at the Health Home in Garfield. Sunday school at Eden Valley wlll meet at i0 a. m. each Sunday during the month of August. Glen Hutton, the minister, who has been preaching Henry Karfstedt Watchmaker and Jeweler WATCHES Hamilton, Waltham and Elgin in all sizes and grades. Akers was up from Ro~alia property interests a few first of the week. McMasters of Garfield was visitor in this vicinity a aYE last week. aUd Mrs. E. C. Johnson of Yale and Mrs. J. A. Hamin and of Stanford spent Sunday trip up Meadow creek, were received here the first, week announcing the marriage Vtvlan O. Munson and Lewi~ at Eugene, Oregon, Au- The bride is a daughter of Mrs. C. J Munson, highly re- day pioneers of Moscow, o~e of Latah county's popular teachers, obtaining her educa- the schools at Moscow, of the Moscow high During the past two years had charge of the primary ill the Harvard schools, during time she won the esteem of a Circle of friends here. The t~ a son of Mr. and Mrs, G. N. highly respected pioneers of and grew to man- DIAMOND RINGS AND LAVALLIERS And a Full Line of Jewelry and Silverware. PALOUSE, WASH. CaIl 110 for Correct Time. E. M. IRWIN SUCCESSOR TO ~,nderson & Co. Undertaker Wall Paper and Glass. Pie- ere Framing. Telephone 65 !here twice a month In the after- noon, is away on his vacation. Will and Lessie Bruner were busi- ness visitors in Colfax Sunday. Aunt Betty Turnbow spent the week-end with her daughter, Mrs. G. 'Z. Ickes, St H. S. McClure motored to Clarkston Saturday, returning Monday. Arthur Daniel of Pullman is help- mg his brother, Clarence, through the harvest. B. ~hr. Powers was a business caller in Garfield Tuesday. Ted [(Iota is very Sick He was taker~ to tile Colfax hospital Tuesday. I Ii J. F. PAPINEAU AUC llONEER 3I, Im:~t sales my best ref- ~ ,,, ;,'am ::)nd Pedigceed Slo, ek Sales a specialty. Prices rir.:'-t :~qcl ~t)risfaction guaran- ' ~: ChoIle Parmers R. F. D. 5. qlt,:~ ,w .~lain 45. Moscow. Idaho. Also breeder ~,"