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): THE PALOUSE REPUBLIC VOLUME XXV, NO. 36. PALOUSE. WHITMAN AUI~ITORSHIP AND AC- COUNTY COMMISSIONER )NERS APPOINT HIS SUCCESSOR. reMgna!ion of ,l. ]L Sonborn Irom tile office of county caused (tulle a stir ill circles last week, especially end of the county. ;Ill(in fl'onl t>u[lnlan, ~1 It,an from and A. L. Maxwell of Pahntse being considered for the post- lilt: rJ2lLlaillilzg tWO n,eln!lers board fin" al)p()itltmtn|. Let- [r01n Vtlrlous paris of [he ('.OU,lty ill on the COllll,tills~ion- asking that they appoint A. L. ~ell, the present (~ounty audilor Dosition. forty or more of tile taxpay- 0[ Palouse went in l)erson Io the lneeting last Saturday asking al)I)ointment of Mr. Maxwell. s from Pulhnan, Col- t Jhllson and [Yni(llltown were Oil J0b asking for the nppoll, lulent from their communities, but Considering the quaJificaiions three candidates lhe c, omnlIs.- decided lo ap?oint A. L. Max- aS County conlnllssioner. ofliee pays Mr. Maxwell $100 less than the et)unty andi- office and he was reluctant t) the e, hange anti hc finally con- to give up his present post- 111 the auditor's ,)ffice only at tht request of his friends over Dart of the county is now rap- on the I)oard of eolllnlission- tile th',~t time in 37 )'ears. delegation from l'ah)use tha~ bf!fore file COIII nl issiol~ (~ r.-. tile cillinll)er of Colllllltrct, the "'e-,~ll::r i;lll{']l:~l ~ ?i ~ey e mI,I re[Hrn fl-Oln (.ill; X ~'~,,as dope and lhe l~lPche.u re- itself i?l~(; :, love feud" r Penn. who has been (teI)lll~ tqr for a number of years, has 3Dl)~dnle(I to Cl)lnf)lele Mr. Max- terlll ;is auditor. EDUCATIONAL WEEK Called Upon to Assist--De- 4 Is Edueati'onal Week. ,losephine (,orli;~s Prevton. SUperinlendent of lmbli(' in-~ has t;sked the public sup" Of American educational week, 4 to 10, which is planned edu(,:~tinn:d work and give ~ayers first hand information of Servic(~ ftlr which they pay. Su- illlell(lcBIs of seho()ls, niayors or local (Itlicials and commanders tlneriean I.egion posts will coop- in carrying out tile program, ItChes will observe December 4 "is edncation Sunday and civic are invited to assist. are to be given be- taxpayers and school patrons, ~'l~g whal modern schools do: teaching of the "three R's" hits revohttionized; how health and development, the teaching of ideals and patriotism are and what the commun- resnonMbilities toward the are. Cora Wils(m Stewart. whose "moonlight schools" obliter- illiteracy in one Kentucky eoun- Coming Io this stare after De- 1 to carry on a campaign Mis~ Ahby Louise Day, a fa- educator, will spend two [ths here in the elementary school Mrs. Day Entertains. Loyal Women of the Chris- Church were very pleasantly en- ~lne(I at the home of Mrs. Charles 'gUesday afternoon of last week. members were present and :s were served. $$4. TI-IANKSGIVING NOTICE. In order to observe Thanks- ~IViUg Day The Repnblic will ~0 to press on %Vednesday next ~eek instead of Thursday. Ad- V~rtisers, correspondents and thu public will kindly have all ~l)y in by Tuesday noon to in- publication. ~$41, ,1, ,I. I ROLL CALL t'OR MEI:IBERSHIP.! lted Cross Book;-al-~oth ~azd~s andt ' Palouse Pharmacy. The Iif~h anlHult roll eail c.f (heI .\marital, It,,,1 ('I'()Ss licEall laxl i~I'I+-[ I day and . hen ,,it) to the Methodist church, ' ' I Mrs. B. Lyon and daughter, Miss wbcre a progranl was givan i)y the ,~.i hi~ al)senee uot counted afteri h'om these results a standard medium ~'h)rv l,yon, and Mrs. M. R. Thomp- ara(tes ,tim moving pictures were three days' absence The amount oV ~\i)ich eorresl)onds close=y to an av- " son spent Wednesday afternoon at shown, money per day fronl the state varies, i erage has beeu computed. The test In the err:dinE the higb school 1)~,t fignring at a minhnum of 251 "~as I)eelt standardized and each pu- the home of Mrs. George Iel~s. ~::~ve, a progran~ at the Christian ,'ents a day the net cash loss to the' i~t i~ provided with a coDy. The di- ................ ,qmrcil and showed moving pictures. ,.liMri(q becanse of absence amounts~ re(qion:~ for giving and scoring are Visit at Tekou. .\ feature of the day's program lo $61.?,7~. Figuring this on a nine ,leiinilely giwm so that conditions Miss Ruth Witmer and Miss Susan- mo!~t!l,~:' lit)sis, it would mean a loss finder which it is given are praett- nah Barber went to Tekoa Saturday, b;)I deserves special mention was ~'9 order of !narching, which was: