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POTLATCH I BREV1TIES i Mrs. Charles Robinson of Spirit Lake, Idaho, spent a few days last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Theophilus Sanborn. R. L. Voesner, chief fire warden of the Potlatch Timber Protective asso- ciation, who spent the summer at the headquarters of the association at Elk River, is spending a few days in Potlatch with his family. W. B. Wakeman, Art Hodgman, J. E. Gardner, O. H. Leuschel and M. W. | Williamson motored to Lake Chatcoleti last Friday to be there when the sea-I ! son on ducks opened Saturday morn-I ing. Although the)" did not quite get their limit they had lots of fun and brought back some ducks. Mrs. C. L. Alnsworth of Chippewa Falls, Wis., arrived Tuesday for a brief visit to the Laird home. Mrs. Richard Nyhus, who left Pot- latch on June 11, 1920, for an ex- tended visit with her parents at t Trondhyen, Norway, returned to her l home in Potlatch last week. Mrs. Nyhus was in very poor health when she left and comes back much tin- proved. Miss Mary MeKenna spent lhe week end in Moscow. Mrs. C. VF. Chatterton, who has been making a brief visit at the home Moscow and Troy resoectively. Mr. and Mrs.V.H. Halcohn and son, David, were visitors in Potlatch Fri- day. T. R. ikers came down from Rosa- lia Saturday and has a crew of men at work cleaning land on his ranch m Meadow Creek. Mr. and Mrs. A. McCown, pioneer residents of the Freeze district, but for the past two years living.at Los i.\ngeles, Cal., are visiting relatives there this week. Our community was well represem- e~l at the Daugherty sale near Freeze last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Morsching and daughter, Phyllis, came up from Pot- latch Friday evening and are visitingi relative.~ on Jerome Creek They were{ accompanied by Mr. Morsching's sls-I ter, Miss Minnie Morsehing, who re- cently arrived from Minnesota awl is visiting at the Morsching h~ ue. Waiter Hornby was dawn from So- rill a few days last week. William McMasters, the (~ r;iehl stockman, was buying cattle in this vicinity the first of the week. Mr. aad Mrs. Edgar Adair of Princeton were business visitors up the river last week. W. E. Sexton and George Bay were visitors at Garfield Saturday. John English and C. C. Wagoner were down from the Hoodoos Monday. W. E. Sexton is in Moscow this week taking medical treatment for a severe attack of throat trouble. O. S. Fletcher, Lata~ count)" agrl- cultural agent, and Professor McDale of her son, H. W. Chatterton, re- c f the University of Idaho at Moscow, turned Tuesday morning to her home ~:ave a demonstration on the use of in Portland. [picric acid on the A. F. Hamburg The brl t term west of Harvard Monda3 after "dge across he Palouse riverI ' ' " on the Rock creek road is closed] noon. PRINCETON. Miss Margaret Nelson returned Snnday from a week's visit at her l Imme in Troy. Mrs. Rollie Barnett and little daughter of Spokane are visiting at the Guernsey home for a couple of weeks. Edgar Adair and family returned front a trip to Umatilla, Ore,, where they visited Mrs. Adair's brother and Mr. Adair's sister and father and mother. home last Saturday night. TwentyI GRINNEL~L. house last Wednesday n~ght of '"['he couples were present. RefreshmentsI t). L. Smith and family of Freeze Life of Christ" was well attended. \',ere served and a sphmdid time was vi::iled in this neiffhl)orhood last enjoyed by all. week. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Berry w~e din- ILvron Heury and Ehner Kreible nor guests at the home of H. O Price :,re on the sick list home Sunday. (1. Z. Iekes lost a cow last week. Lloyd Crooks and Loris ('rooks were Moscow visitors Saturday. \V~)]t ~Aroodfill is moving to the Mrs. Orville Crooks and chihh'en. 5P,~,;:rp l)lace south of Ladow butte. who spent the past two months at the Roy Timm has moved from Vera friends at Spangle. Bert Crooks home, left Tuesday fo~ ~n,!. will run the Drew phtce this Tile V;. \V. P Co. is putting in at ' their home in Tokes. c(q ,ing year. l)~selllent an(/ oher inll)rOVelnen~,~ io Mrs. Berth:t Frev, Mrs. Matil(l~t g'hlrice Galette was (,n the :~ick list tiu~ re:eidenco occ/lpied !)),' ~li. ::lid Itothermil of Feattle and Edith and l:-'t week. 3(1:. Ct: retlce Steele. !Elva Boilers of Pattntch were gue:-st+! 'i"be moving picture at tile school Mr. slid Mrs. \V. K. Whitaker h:~ve Friday and Saturday at the home of{ Walter Culler has sold his lease on the Potlatch ranch and will have a sale of his stock and tools on October 12. Mr. Culler has not decided where he will locate. Al Shook is moving from the Clyde fisher ranch to A, W. Wllton's place. their ~tster, Mrs. Curtis Lazelle ! FREEZE. 51:. .1 Mrs. A. MeCowh, wh~,~ moved to Sawtelle, Cal., two 5d,-rs ago, have returned to theh' A~rlu: home here. They have leased tbC. California property and intend tu s,,ond the coming year here. large crowd attende[l the It. C. l):~ugherty sale last Thursth~y. Mr. and ),.lrs. l')augherty are leaviug soou f:. i; o Vakima valley, which loca- tion, the)" hope, will prove beneficial t(> Mr. l)augherty's i~ealth. ?,h. and Mrs. Orville Hodge are the proud parents of a son, born at the ,! F. Rohn home October 1. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd .\ugir aud chil- dren of Potlatch spent the week-en,q at the home of Mrs. Augir's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Cluck. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shahan of Colfax were Sffnday v~Mtors at the hi)me of Archie Clark. Jake. Fred and Ar(:h:e R(>hn, F. If. and Will Leistner..I. \~., McManama, I,. E. Parsons, Ed Sonearty and F. H. l~rinken composed a party who UlO- tored m Lake Chatcolet Friday after- noon to celebrate the opening of the (1 tick season. Last Friday was the end of the first: month of the Freeze school. Cur- ttis R