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Page Two
Neighborhood News
JOHNSON
At a meeting of the allied church
committee in the Christian church
last Sunday afternoon, it was prac
tically decided to hold community
Thanksgiving services in the school
auditorium. After these are over
the girls of the high school will
serve dinner at a nominal cost per
plate, tin- proceeds to go Into a piano
fund.
The people of town and surround-I
ing country are asked to assist in
repairing the sidewalks next Satur
day. Sufficient money has been col
lected by the committee in charge
of that business and a little work by
each person will put the walks in
good condition.
Charles Davis, whose home is In
the Canal Zone, Panama, visited In
Johnson last Sunday the guest of
Lester Babcock. Tho young man is
a student In the engineering depart
ment of the State College and has j
many interesting things to say of
the climatic conditions and of the j
people where he has made his home j
for the past 11 years. .
A cast of characters has been se-!
lected and work begun on a play
entitled "Won by Wireless," which
will bo given the evening before
Thanksgiving, proceeds to go into
the high school piano fund.
Farmers are rejoicing on account
of the heavy rainfall of the past two
weeks. The soil is becoming thor
oughly soaked which will make fur
ther fall seeding possible if the
weather becomes suitable, and will i
start the grain that has already been
sown.
Mrs. Maude Maynard is in Clarks
ton taking treatment this week for
some kind of cancerous growth on
her face.' Her father waa seriously
ill when she went there but is much
better.
J. I. Mclnturff and wife will go
to Spokane in a few days, where he
will take treatment for an increasing
illness with which he has been af
flicted. His son, Henry, and wife
of Rosebud, Alberta, are visiting
him this week.
Asa Ailor. whose frontal bone of
the skull was crushed recently and
who was taken, to a Moscow hospital
for treatment, is at home and is re
covering slowly.
Lee Maxwell has bought the resi
dence property recently owned by
Mrs. Matheney and will occupy it as
his home. With it he also bought
a 40-acre tract of land which lies at
the foot of Bald Butte east of town.
He harvested about 12,000 bushels
of grain off 400 acres the past sea
eon.
The three teachers, Miss Miles,
Miss Bishop and Miss Barber, are
now comfortably located in the Fer
guson residence near the school
house. Avery Mclnturff went to
Garfield last Saturday and brought
back an auto load of household goods
for Miss Bishop.
All soldiers and sailors are asked
to attend the community celebration
in honor of the armistice and tho
admission -of the state of Washing
on Into the Union, in uniform next ;
Tuesday evening. Suitable exercises
commemorative of the great events'
will be held.
The basketball boys of the local
high school are working hard these
days to bring themselves to a state
of efficiency in playing the game
ready for lnterscholastie games when
the season opens later on.
Clyde Mclnturff, son of A. R. Mc
lnturff, is at home permanently,
having been recently released from
further service in the United States
navy.
ALBION
Mrs. Oliver Ullery arlved from j
Denton, Mont., last Saturday to visit j
her sister, Mrs. O. I. Hittle.
Miss Sarah Tuttle visited relatives]
over Saturday at Asotin.
a large number of football fans]
from here saw the game between W.
8. C. and U. of I. Saturday.
A basket social will be given SI
the high school gymnasium one wees
from Friday, November 14. The!
money is to be used toward the pur
chasing of a piano for the school. !
Everybody is cordially invited to at- !
tend and don't for**-! to bring a
basket. Each one In the district
should he Interested n this and be
out on that night Don't forget the
date, November 14.
Albion celebrated Hallowe'en In |
the old approved style last week. |
Besides all the usual pranks, two,
parties furnished amusement for the
young folk of the town. The Phila
thea class of the M E. church enter
tained at the Masonic hall and the
- e'ghth grade at the high school.
The family of C. M. Johnson has
moved into town for the winter so
that his children may have the ad
vantages of attending school here.
Mrs. A. P. Miller spent the week
end visiting her sons and daughters
at Colfax.
Property has been changing bands
rapidly in Albion the last week its
the following record goes to show:
The Sherrill property to Mr. Dodson,
the Dunnagen home to Mr. Jennings,
and the Wolf property to Dan Kroll.
Three new pupils enrolled in the
school last Monday morning.
A number of people attended the
afternoon meetings of the Bulgin'i
troup in Colfax last Sunday.
ROSE CREEK
.Mrs. Andy Rodeen and grandson,
Wilbur, visited friends In Moscow a
few days last. week.
The Hallowe'en social at the Rose
Creek schoolhouse Friday evening
was a success In every way. Ever;-/
one entered Into the usual Hallowe'en
stunts and all enjoyed the refresh
ments, Which were eider, cookies,
doughnuts, popcorn balls and apples.
William A. Olson was brought
home from the Northwest Sanitar
ium Sunday afternoon by Mr. For
rest and Mr. Allen, He is slowly re
gaining his strength.
Little Marvin Kinder has been
quite ill for a few days, but is now
improving.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Benedict spent
Wednesday with Mr. Benedict's sis
ter, Mrs. T. O. Fink, and family near
Albion.
Miss Beatrice McDonald of Grange
vllle, Ida., who is attending the Sis
ters' school in Colfax, spent the
week-end with her cousin, Mrs. Stan
ley Newell, and family and her aunt,
Mrs. S. G. Newell.
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Rodeen enter
tained the following guests on Sun
day: Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Calloway
and son, Russel, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight
Taylor and children, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Parr and children.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Benedict at
tended Sunday school at Banner and
afterwards took dinner with their
daughter and her husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Reid. \
The continued rain* and snows
are putting the roads in such bad
condition that there is very little
news.
EWARTSVILLE
Mr. and Mrs. ('. O. Kellogg expect
to leave the last of this week for Cal
ifornia to reside. Mrs. Kellogg may
be with her son, Joe Kineaid, in Spo
kane for a few days or until he is
able to accompany her.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Davidson and
two little sons called on Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. [tucker Sunday, evening.
Albert Swecker lias purchased a
new Ford roadster.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pritchard
.-.pent Sunday with relatives in Pull
man.
Master John Robert Pritchard
spent Saturday and Sunday with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris
Naffziger, in Pullman.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Kellogg were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Carrothers.
Mrs. M. E. Rucker and Homer
llolliday spent Sunday at the L. R.
Rucker home.
WHELAN .- -
Chas. stirev...it was a Spokane vis-
I itor Monday and Tuesday.
Miss Thelma Jensen spent Sunday
and Monday at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jensen.
Mrs. Claire Hickman and baby.
i Leonard, spent a few days last week
I with the Cray family.
Uncle Samuel Bowers Is stopping
j for a while at the Stirewalt home.
Mr. and Mrs John W, Hooper ami
son. ill. spent Sunday with Mrs. J
• Hooper's father, '.V. J. Boatrighl at!
' Johnson.
Mr. ami Mrs. Peter Jensen and
daughters, Thelma and Mildred,
, drove to Staley Sunday and visited
ai the home of Mr and Mrs. Wesley
Stephenson. *
Mrs. Hoy Bhafer spent the week-
I end with her husband "down on »he
, farm" near Staley. '
HOLLAND STATION
Mrs. J. T. Cole and Mrs. Geo. F?r-
I rend visited at Will Hatpin's one
. day this week.
Mrs. Blabj of Pullman was a din
j ncr guest at Scot! Getchell's Sun
day. ,
Win. Irwin visited at the \\\ £
I Jarron home one day this week.
! Dorothy Kmerson of Moscow spent
Sunday at the home cf her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson.
Mrs. C. D. /dartin visited at the.
Getchell homo .Monday.
Mrs. Robt. Thoney is visiting her
old home in Tennessee.
Will Halpin shipped a carload of
wheat Monday.
Mrs. Roy Haxton is staying at the
J. W. Haines home while recover
ing from an operation.
Miss Hazel Farnsworth visited j
Miss Mayda Getchel Wednesday.
Some of the women of this neigh
borhood are attending the demon-1
strations at Hamilton's hardware
store this week.
Plowing has started in this vi
cinity.
CLINTON
The Hallowe'en party held at the
Clinton Grange hall was a success.
After a short program games suit
able to the occasion were played.
Alter supper they danced and then
went home, all saying they had en-1
joyed themselves. The party began
In October and ended in November.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Purnell and'
family and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Pro-1
cunier were visitors at the A. Woods >
home Sunday.
Miss Gladys Benedict Is assisting
Mrs. W. H. Wolfe with her sewing.
Church services will be held every 1
Sunday night at 7:30 at the Clinton
Grange hall. it is hoped that a bet
ter attendance will be present next
Sunday, as last Sunday it was poor.;
Mr. and .Mrs. F. Markowski, and 1
son, Carl, were Sunday visitors at
the W. H. Wolfe home.
1
.Mrs. A. L. Haynes is on the sick
list this week.
.Mr. and Mrs. T. B. McMurray and ;
family were Sunday visitors at the
A. L. Haynes home.
Mrs. Elmer Haynes and children,
accompanied by her grandmother,
Mrs. Mitzenburg, left the fore part
o l' the week to visit the former's
mother, near Seattle. •
Merle and Glenn Taylor and Les
ter Kimble were Sunday visitors at!
the A. L. Haynes home. They have
purchased a new Oakland car.
I. J. Lee, Mrs. T. H. Wiley, and
Miss Florence Lee and her brother,
Raymond Lee, were visitors at the;
T. E. Wiley home from Friday un
til Sunday.
BANNER
Mrs. Lee Thomas visited Thurs
day of last week with Mrs: Worley
Hately. a AAA'
Mrs. E. D. Eldredge gave a supper
Friday evening in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. P. Petersen and iamily, who are
now residing in .Moscow. Mr. and
Mrs. Aug. Anderson and O. E. An
derson were also present.
H. H. Curtis is making new im
provements at his farm home re
cently purchased. He is adding a
bathroom and concrete cellar.
Mrs. H. H. Curtis received word
Saturday of the death of her grand
mother at Athena, Oregon.
Last week Mrs. S. A. Jacobson lost
her hand bag, which contained Quite
a. sum of money. Fortunately it was
found by J. W. Darland.
This Friday evening an "Open
Forum" meeting will be held in the
schoolhouse. I. W. W.'ism and other
live problems of the day will be dis
cussed under the leadership of J.
D. Carson. A large crowd is desired
so every one is invited to be there.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lawson visited
at the Enos Naffzi&er home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. XV. Cochran took
Sunday dinner at the Worley Hately
home.
Rev. J. Pershall preached at the
schoolhouse Sunday to a good sized
audience.
i
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reid attended
the Hallowe'en program at the Rose
Creek schoolhouse Friday evening.
. P. Petersen and family moved to
their new home in Moscow Monday.
Miss Gladys Loveland spent Sat-I
urday and Sunday with her friend,
Maude Curtis.
Len and Marvin Mael left for their
home in Montna Tuesday.
Rev. J. Oval I from Spokane deliv
ered a splendid sermon at the school
bouse Thursday evening of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. K. Benedict arid
little prandson, Wilbert Mael, took
Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Reid.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rodeen and
family, Mr. and Mrs. John Olson and
Family, Mr. and Mrs Geo. Clunk and
Miss Jeanette Qoesetl were afternoon
visitors at the Aug. Anderson home
Sunday.
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Drifted Snow Clour, from the new
Sperrv mil) at Spokane. Phone 51.
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FOR SALE—A three-room bun
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Terms easy. Apply Box 22, College
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THE PULLMAN HERALD
Order to Show Cause Why Sale of
Real Estate Should Not Be Made
In the Superior Court of Whitman
County, State of Washington.
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
Helen Jean Fulmer, a Minor.
It appearing to the said court by
the petition this day presented and
filed by Helen A. Fulmer, the
guardian of the estate of Helen Jean
Fulmer, a minor, praying for an order
authorizing the sale of real estate, for
a better investment.
It ls therefore ordered by the said
court that all persons interested In
the estate of said minor, appear be
fore the said superior court on the
28th day of November, 1919, at 10:00
o'clock a. m., of said day, at the court
room of said superior court, at Col
fax, in said county and state, to show
cause why an order should not be
granted to the said guardian to sell
the real estate of said minor; and
that a copy of this order be published
at least four successive weeks in the
Pullman Herald, a newspaper printed
and published in Whitman County,
State Of Washington.
Dated October 24, 1919.
CLYDE E. LACY,
(seal) Court Commissioner.
State of Washington, County of Whit
man, ss.
I, M. C. True, clerk of the superior
court of Whitman County, State of
Washington, do hereby certify that
the foregoing is a true, full and cor
rect copy of an order duly made and
entered upon the minutes of the said
superior court.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court, this 24th day of October,
1919.
M. C. TRUE,
(seal) , County Clerk.
By Emma Frizzell, Deputy.
Oct3lNov2B
NOTICE OF SALE OF HEAL
ESTATE
In the superior court of the state of
Washington, in and for Whit
man county.
In the case of J. K. Smawley, et ux.,
plaintiffs, vs. J. R. Parks, et al.,
defendants.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned referee appointed by the
supreme court of Whitman county,
state of Washington, in the case of
J. K. Smawley, et ux., plaintiffs, vs.'
J. R. Parks, et al., defendants, In pur
suance of the order of said court
made and entered on the 17th day of
October, 1919, will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for
cash on Saturday, the 22nd day of
November, 1919, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon at the front door of the
courthouse in Colfax, Washington,
the following described real estate
situated in Whitman county, state
of Washington, to-wit: Lots 1 to
16 inclusive in block 7 and lots 1
and 2 in block 8 in Farr's third ad
dition to Pullman, Washington.
Terms cash, 10 per cent of the pur
chase price to be paid at the time
of sale and the remainder to be paid
when the sale is confirmed by the
court.
Dated this 18th day of October,
1919. M. J. CHAPMAN,
0c24n0v21 Referee.
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