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j! Neighborhood News ji
JOHNSON
The farm i of the Johnson coun
try had about all stored their farm
Implements In sheds tor the winter,
but man] of them were run out early
this week to finish the fall seeding
while the weather was suitable tot
the purpose.
C. R. Ruble and wife went to Lew
la ton, Idaho Friday of last week to
attend the stock show. He reports
the exhibit of blooded stock as be
ing unusually fine.
Henry Mclnturff returned to Spo
kane last .Sunday. He was accom
panied by his father and mother,
who will remain for some time while
the former takes treatment for an
Increasing Illness which has long af
dieted him.
G. O. Swales exhibited soino pons
of fine Duroc Jersey hogs at the
Lewiston Stock show last week and
carried off some of the best premi
ums. lie hat, an unusually fine
strain of this type of animal at the.
Crescent stock farm near Johnson.
Edwin Twltmyer, state high ,
school Inspector, was in Johnson on j
Friday of last week inspecting the
building.-, and equipment of the local
school. He expressed himself as be- j
ing well pleased with the spirit of
Improvment manifest in the district :
and thought the school might go on
the accredited list to the higher in
stitutions of the state if a few small j
details could be attended to. Be
yound question these will be taken !
care of in the near future to the end
that the educational advantages may
be as good here as anywhere in the
State.
The Misses Bishop, Miles and Bar-!
ber, all teachers in the local school, |
were entertained at a 6:00 o'clock
dinner at the home of H. .1. Grand
and wife on Tuesday evening of this,
week. [
It is reported that. Chester Law
rence will go to Spokane in the near
future to enroll in a school of in- 1
struction in the construction and op- !
oration of internal combustion en
gines and farm tractors. He expects!
to go to Alberta, Canada, next I
spring.
Earl Harper attended the stock;
show in Lewiston, Idaho, last week |
and exhibited some of his fine pure-!
bred Shorthorn cattle.
Charles Ruble has been busy this |
week on the state road between the I
Cooper ranch and Colt on, The road
was completed last summer and Is
just beginning to be in first class
condition.
The community Thanksgiving
services will be held in the school [
gymnasium Thanksgiving day. be
ginning at 11:00 o'clock. It is
hoped that a large crowd will at-'
tend and make the meeting a com-!
plete success. The American people 1
have many things to be thankful for*
this year, despite the clouds of un
rest and dissatisfaction which are
visible here and there along our so- 1
cial horizon.
Frank Willoughby attended the \
Knights of Pythias meeting in Pull ■'
man on Monday night of this week,
where the rank of Knight was con- !
ferred on i. large class of candidates, j
Orin Wilson of Montana visited j
bis parents, N. A. Wilson and wife, j
who live near Johnson, a few days I
last week.
ALBION
1 !
Walden Claire, while playing on
the school ground last Monday, had
the misfortune of falling and break-,
Ing bis collar bone. Prom last re
ports he is doing as well as could be
expected.
-Miss Grace Krous. a bookkeeper
in the Pullman State bank, visited
the last of the week at the home of
J. C. Farr.
The Rev. Mr. Day of Colfax spoke
In the Methodist church hist Wed
nesday evening. a number were
•out and enjoyed the talk very much.
A number of people from Albion
attended the football game at Pull
man last Saturday and of course felt'
that blue streak which was so promi
nent in Pullman after the game. It
was a good game, nevertheless.
Protracted meetings are to be he 1
at the U. H. church, beginning next,
Sunday evening. All are urged to
be present at these meetings.
The basket social held at the
school gymnasium last Friday even
ing netted a sum of $147 which was
placed in a fund for the piano, which
the school needs very much. The
board is to place a like amount, so
'hat the piano may be obtained at
once.
Earle Thornton, a piano tuner,
' jWted at the i,,,,,,, of C. B. Thorn
"'» from Saturday until Wednesday,
I at which time he returned to Spo
kane.
Work has begun on rocking the
roads of the town and li is surely
evtryone's duty to offer a word of
praise to the council lor their far
seeing judgment in trying to better
the conditions of the community.
Work has begun on the high
school play to he given December 12.
ROSE CREEK
A basket, social ami Thanksgiving
entertainment will be given at Rose
Creek school house Tuesday* evening,
November 25. The proceeds will go
toward the purchase of a phono
graph for the school,
Mr. and Mrs. James Ethredge en
tertained Mr. Ethrodge's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Ethredge, and his
brother, llarley Ethredge, and
daughter, Maxlne,
Andy Mac! and daughter, Esther,
and Thomas Dykes called on W. A.
Olson Saturday afternoon and found
him slowly hut steadily improving.
iI" was able to ■' all; outside for a
short time.
W. E. Benedict and family were
Sunday dinner guests of .Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Petersen
Thomas Dykes was in Deary. Ida.,
on business last week.
Mr, and .Mrs. S. R Newell and Mas
ter Dallas were guests of Mr and
Mrs. Wm. Olson Sunday.
.Miss Sarah 11. Paty took supper,
with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mael and
spent the evening Saturday.
Master Paul Spray who is visiting
lis aunt, Mrs. S. J. Kinder, was sud
lenly taken sick last week so that
i doctor was called, but he is now
well again.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kirkendall and
wo children spent the week-end in
Pullman with Mr. Kirkendall's
neither. Mrs. S. Kirkendall.
Mrs. S. J. Kinder and son, Mar
in, and Mrs. George Spray and son,
Paul, called on Mr. and Mrs. Olson
Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Rodeen, Arthur
Etodeen and son. Wilbur, and Mr. and
Mrs. .1. C. Parr and children spent j
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. August I
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Anderson. I
Mrs. <;. B. Ethredge spent Friday
with Mrs. .Tamos Ethredge and fam
ily.
Joseph Scott was a Sunday guest
of Mrs. G. W. Rowen and family in
Pullman.
Mr. and Mrs. Rice and two child
ren, who have been spending some
:ime with 0, W. Garrelts and family,
moved to Potlatch, Ida., Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J, O. Calloway and i
Master Russel spent Sunday even
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peter
sen.
Mrs. S. .1. Kinder was calling on
lier sister, Mrs. Ralph Hathaway. '
Monday.
Mrs. George Spray and son. Paul,
returned to their home in Potlatch.
Ida., Monday.
STALEY-CHAMBERS
Mr. and Mrs. Aekerman are mov
ng onto the Gimlln ranch.
Bruce Quigg is assisting J. Cooper
■vith his farm work.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jennings vis
ted relatives at Palouse last week.
G. L. Stickler is shipping part of
lis road building equipment to Day
ion, where he has a contract.
A. Rickett delivered a hunch of
'attle at Moscow last Saturday.
Milt Olmstead visited in this vicin
ity Sunday.
Mr. Brownlee was a business vis
itor at Pullman Monday
The fall plowing is progressing
rapidly although the weather has
been stormy,
CLINTON
B. S. Leonard was a Spokane vis
itor Friday and Saturday, when he
took the degree in A. A. O. I*. M. S
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Haynes were
visitors at Lewiston Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Wolfe were
Sunday visitors at the F. Merkow
ski home.
Mrs. D, L. Procunier made a trip
to Lowtstoa Monday. C. W. Pur
nell accompanied her home to help
Mr. Procunier in his work .
Mrs. R. i. Freeman and baby, of
Farmlngton, visited at the B. S.
Leonard home from Tuesday until
Saturday.
Miss Gladys Benedict was a Tues
day afternoon visitor at the W. H.
Wolfe home.
Mr. and Mrs a. 1.. Haynes and
daughter, Evelyn, were Sunday
afternoon visitors at the Archie
Haynes home.
The shadow auction social at the
Orange hall brought in J45.00
MOTHER OF SEVEN WARRIOR SONS DECORATED
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decorated by Mrs Josepheus Daniels, wife of the secretary of the
navy, now holds the record in the Women's Legion—made up of
wives and mothers of members of the American Legion. She had
seven sons in the service. Mrs. Daniels is vice president of the order
Mr. and Mrs. W. ii. Wolfe were
Monday visitors at the ,1. Kroh home

Miss Viola Gerber spent Saturday
and Sunday at the A. Weber home.
She accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Weber to Lewiston Sunday.
Mabel Adams was a Monday after
noon visitor of Mrs. T. E. Wiley.
The Wednesday evening before
riianksgiving there will be a pro
gram, sack social and games and
lance at the Grange hall. All
women and girls who take their
unches to he sold are requested to
• ring them in paper sacks tied with
i string.
Word has been received that Mrs.
.'. 11. Adams and Amy Adams of
\illam, Alberta, daughter and grand
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. .11
Wolfe, are expecting to spend the
.vinter here.
BANNER Z
I). S. Jacobson lias purchased a
lection of grazing land in the south
ern part of the Cclville reservation.
Miss Jeanetta Gossett vis'ted Sun
lay with Miss Ruth Olson.
Miss Agnes Rodeen spent last
week with her sister, Mrs. Geo.
Hunk, on Spring flat, and returned
iiome Sunday!
Aug. Anderson has been afflicted
With lumbago for about a week.
Mrs. Fred Peed' parents. Mr, and
Mrs. Clark, left Sunday for their
iome at Salem, Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. (',. T. Gossetl and
amily were dinner guests at the J.
W. Darland home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rodeen, Mr.
md Mrs. Geo, Clunk. Miss Agnes Ro
leen and Henry Rodeen were visit
ers at the W. E. Lawson home Sun
lay.
L. C. Ruth went back to Kansas
ast week on a business trip. He will
dose up his interests there and re
urn to his farm, recently purchased
lere.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rodeen, Mr.
md Mrs. .1. C. Parr and family. Mr.
md Mrs. August Johnson and lam
ly, Mother Kldredge, Mrs. E. D. Eld
edge, Chas. Rodeen, and Arthur Ro
leen and little son, Wilbur, were
Sunday dinner guests at the Aug.
\nderson home.
Geo, Reid was an Albion visttci
rom Friday of last week until Sun
lay.
E. D. Eldredge was home one
■veiling last wees to visit his wife
tnd mother. He returned the next
lay to Spokane.
This Friday evening an open
forum meeting will be held at the
school house. Prof. Colder of W.
3. <". will be the speaker of the even
ing. His subject will be "Bolshe
vism." instead of •Protestantism.
is reported last week.
A Thanksgiving dinner and pro
gram is to be given at the Banner
school house Thursday, November
7. Bring your basket —filled, of
course.
EWARTSVTLLE
Master Harold Kamerrer suffered
the loss of the fourth finger of his
right hand en Mori, in the wring
er of a power washer which his
mother. Mrs. \V. C. Kamerrer, was
operating,
Miss Lu'ella Aunstine. teacher at
tr.e Irene school, announces thai
there will be given a basket social at
the bool house this Friday even
ing. Everyone is invited to come
and bring baskets.
THE PULLMAN HERALD
Miss Mildred Klerngard came
down Saturday from the Gritman
hospital at Moscow to spend the day
with her home folks and to attend
the game at W. S. C.
Dewey Rigg and Vernon Stephen
son were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1.
R. Rucker from Saturday until Sun
day evening.
Owing to there not having been
enough Grangers present on Monday
night, it was impossible to held the
annual election of officers. Ewarts
ville is fast becoming "The Social
Center." So much so that it seems
a minister may he needed to talk
over the remains.
Several from this neighborhood
attended the live stock show at Lew
iston, Idaho, last week.
""Mrs. M. E. Rucker, Claude Ruck
er and Homer Holliday were Sunday
guests at the L. R. Rucker home.
Mr. and .Mrs. C. O. Slusser and
son. Paul, spent Saturday night and
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Slusser's
parents, Mr. and .Mrs. .1. S. Klern
gard, in Pullman.
Miss Patsy Klerngard spent Wed
nesday night with Mrs. Carol Whit
ten. * I
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pritchard ana
little son, John Ruoert, spent Sun
day visiting relatives in Pullman.
R. L. Hollenbeck has been baling
straw in the neighborhood this week;
J. M. Klerngard, who is remain
ing in Colfax during the bad weath
er in order to be near his office
work, spent Saturday and Sunday at
! the ranch with his family.
HOLLAND STATION
Mark Whitlow has been shingling
one of his farm houses.
Arthur Earl attended the rally
and play at the college Saturday
evening.
Mrs. Will Halpin and daughter,
Gladys, visited in Moscow, Idaho.
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fryer and G. D.
Beeman of Pullman and S. V. Jones
of Spokane spent Sunday at the Wm.
Irwin home,
J. T. Cole has had the misfortune
to sprain his ankle,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl . Meyers and
daughter spent Sunday at the T.
Thoney home.
Mrs. ('. D. Martin spent Friday
with her sister, Mrs. Will Halpin.
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