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Palouse, Washington
December 9, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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December 9, 1921

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LATCH BREVI'IIES ] tL W. Laird and \V. D. Hmniston SeVeral days in Spokanc on . deceased, accompanied the body from son, Melvin, whom he thought mtgh,~ ISpokane. The funeral services were have been in the big train wre(k in' Oregon 'bnt later it was found'th,~ conducted by Rev. Mr. Caldwcll of ........ Spokane. Interment was made in tile he was not hurt. , I / I Freeze cemetery. .................... ~ LATAI-I GAIIIE TO BE PROTECTED. i CLEAR CREEK. i Will Secure and Propagate Game The pie social held at the schooli 1%114 the past week. R I WI) " house well attended, about 45I Fish in County. a. esller, chleI tire wardell of } , ~vas Potlatch Timber Protectiw~ asso-[ tleopie bein~ present. "['he receipts l Potlatch Dec. 6.~The Latah was in Spokane Tuesday and l from the sale of pies was $6?,,-which I County Game and Fish Protective as- attending Lhe quarterly l in to be spent for a Chriv, tmas pro-i ~ociatiun of Potlatch held its first of l he tire association. ~he first of the winter's series of POtlatch Amateur Athiatic club bridge parties was given on evening at the cltlb house. Parties are to be given once a anti individual first and second awarded at each evenillg's The committee in charge con- of Mr;-. \V. D. Humiston. Mrs. Ilk Gieslcr and Mrs. Marvin Jor- Any lady who is a member of I). A. A. (L is privileged and te attend. Louise ('. ltall spend the week hl ~losc(JW, tile ~'lleSt of Mrs. 1 ltrown. and Mrs. Martin Sias are niak- ;abrief visit at the home of theil: Alr~. Orr'n Btlrrows. They Purchased a home in Spokane to settle there soon. baby girl arrived at the honie of alid Mrs. William lOeatherstone 6 on l)ecenlber 1. Aletha Swedland entertained B, B. B. club at her hnnle on last even i n g. 8helton Andrew and Mrs. A. were hostesses to tbe O. lib at a the:ltre parI~ %~'hursday ladies of St. Mary's Catholic Will hold thcir bazaar at the ever the bank on Satnrday after- from 2:20 to 7:30. There will sale in connection with Tea will be served dot- he afternoon. L. L. L. gave tile seclmd of Series of "500" parties Monday i This winter, instead of giv, first and sec(ind prizes [or the SCore at each individu,al par'ty, did last winter, a record of ueore for the series is being alld, the grand prize will l)e at the close of the season. refreshments are served at each bert, have you left anythiti~? ls .tht'rd, ar, ything you should tlo? ()r h:ixen'l ~*Oll tlll(t isn't Ih+q'e? SolllelitlI(~s there isn't, hilt aenerally there is. It ha~n't failed tn nlonths." The Old Homestead. I HOW THE MOLLUSKS TRAVEL ! powerful, the in( el]e(qnal Iliad is nlOl'e I perfect, the i(l-. The (HH ]:|tHllC