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Neighborhood News j!
Mrs. Mary Martin has returned to
Albion after a few weeks' visit at
the home of Roy Haxton.
Mrs. H. M. Chapman visited in
Pullman last week with Mr. and Mrs.
The Huff Brother* are bulldog a
new bungalow for Mrs. Anna Brun-I
Mi in the earl end of town. From
the lack ot Louses in town i* looks
as if it would be a good thing if a
number more wore built. It seems
impossible to get a house to rent.
Miss Neva Johnson of Pullman is |
spending a few days a' home here in j
Albion, a. her sister, Naomi, has.
been ill for the 'as*, week.
Charlotte Rohtai of this plate,
while riding from school last Tics-,
day evening, was thrown from a
l.orse and when picked up was found
to have he" arm broken and a "eii-j
ous cut upon her cheek. At ths,
writing it is not known whether
anything worse has developed, but
we hope for her quick recovery.
Loy Naffziger las; Saturday, while J
working around an engine, had the j
misfortune to become so entangled j
with it as to smash the forefinger
of bis right hand, He was rushed
to the doctor and medical aid was
given and a part of the bone was
A mini! ■■■• of Red Crest Christmas J
seals ware received this week and
the high school pupils have takers
it upon Men lives to sell the sani<\
The money that is obtained from
this is to go toword relieving the
sick and those in distress in our own
county so each and ever' one should
obtain ii foyr iA these sea.g frou the j
pupils. Our quota lor this tow;; Is j
3000 sea's lo be sold ,:t a cent ao'.oce |
Help the good work 'sy. getting t .me
The pupils of the school are re-1
joicing very much these days as they j
have helped in getting a piano in the;
school. One was purchased last
Tuesday and was delivered the same
day. Music will surely be in the 1
air in the direction of the school
An orchestra was organized in AT-1
bion last week and we are to thank j
Mrs. Lawton for the interest mani
fested in same. We can't leave out;
Ed Kroll, who' will have charge of j
the stringed instruments, while;
Fred Willoughby will have charge j
of the wind instruments. The whole I
neighborhood should stand back of!
these young people and leaders In an \
undertaking of this kind and it is
to be hoped that we shall have a j
growing band of musicians in the |
years to come
W. G. Allen of Colfax was in town
last Friday in the interest of the;
Colfax Music House, endeavoring to
take orders from the U. B. church
and the school district for pianos. I
Mr. Allen is the leader of the band
in Colfax and had charge of the band
in this place at one time. He in
timated if interest in a Land here
at this point was strong enough now
he would be glad to come and act In
the capacity as leader again. It cer
tainly would be a fine thing for the
community if one could be organized
A party composed of Mr. and Mrs.
George Thatcher, Mrs. Dora Wil
loughby and Mrs. Phebe Rainey left
Albion Monday for California, where
they will spend the winter.
Rev. and Mrs. Thompson of this
place left for Spokane last Monday.
where Mr. Thompson is to undergo
an operation Wednesday at the Dea
coness hospital. Mrs. Thompson will
return by Sunday and take charge of
the services Sunday morning.
Much Interest is being manifested
in the revival meetings at the U. li
church. - Try if possible to be there
each evening or a part of the time at
least. You owe it to yourself as
well as others to do so You can't
afford to miss them, so come.
A number are looking forward
with much Interest to the coming
election to take place December 2.
Some intimate that things will be
rather sticky, as there will be a lot
Professor G. K. Thornton and fam
ily of Pullman spent Thanksgiving
at the home of C. B. Thornton.
A town team of basketball players
wts organized last week and they
say that they will play anything, any
time, anywhere. This looks as if
hey mean business. Th.- team Is
composed of Ralph Bryan, Sherman
Simpson. Roby Fair Sam Krouse
and Ben Manning.
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Last Friday night at the Forum
meeting Dr. Golder of the Stat. Col
lege gave a very Instructive as well
«* interesting talk on "Bolshevism."
A general discussion of the topic, led
by Dr. Golder, followed.
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mas! and
daughter, Esther, Miss Sarah II
Pat) and Thomas Dykes, from the
Rose creek district, were among
those who heard Dr. Holder's ad
dress at the school bouse last Fri
J. W. Darland made a business
trip to Lewiston, Idaho, the latter
part of last week.
Mrs. Alice Banister, mother of
Mrs. H. H. Curtis, was called to Mon
tana Saturday by the illness of her
daughter, Mrs. Boa Lakin.
Mrs. Ella Adams and son, Ernest,
of Albion and Fred Anderson spent
Sunday evening at the J. W. Dar
Mrs. Leo Mael visited her sister,
Mrs. Carl Reid, the first of the week.
P. Petersen of Moscow, Idaho, has
been visiting -with his son, Harry
Petersen, and family the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lawson en- I
ertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Cochran, Mrs. B. D. Eld
•edge and Mother Eldredge.
Mr. and Mrs. John Olson spent
Sunday evening at the August John
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reid enter
al ned at dinner Sunday the follow
ng persons: Mr. and Mrs. Thos. .
Pink and family of Albion, Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Benedict and family of
Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. \V. E. Bene-,
llct and Mrs. Lee Mael and little,
on, Wllbert. -
Airs. W. W. Cochran went to Col
ax Monday to see her sister, Mrs.
•"rank Owen, who was quite ill. Mrs.
Iwen was better Tuesday when Mrs.
""ochran returned home.
Miss Maude Curtis visited her j
'riend, Miss Jeanette Gossett, last
Garold Loyeland of Pullman was
he guest of his friend, Bruce Cur- J
is, Saturday end Sunday.
W. H. Gragg of Lewiston spent
oat week at bis farm In this neigh
Mrs. S. A. .Tacobsr.n of Pullman
lias been staying on her farm for
.bout a week, during the field work.
Mrs. Ray Bartleson and baby have
been visiting relatives at Lewiston,
Idaho, the last few days.
Miss Flora Haxton visited Friday
and Saturday at the Gray home.
Miss Agnes Petersen of Moscow
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
P. J. Jensen last week.
Roy Shafer was in Whelan Friday
and Saturday, renewing acquaint
ances with neighbors and friends.
Mrs. P. B. Morris and son, Floyd,
of Moscow, spent the week-end at
the B. I. Pickell home. P. B. Morris
and Frank Pickell drove out Sunday
and they returned to their home
Whelan Grange gave a dance No
vember 21 In honor of Will M. Hoop
er, an overseas boy. The Grange
ladies furnished a supper consisting
of sandwiches, ct;!;c, pickles, and
coffee. A goodly number came over
from other neighborhoods. Harry
Wilson's orchestra from Pullman
furnished the music, and it was full
of pep from start to finish.
Miss Mary Holllday . me down
last ' Saturday to remain over
Thanksgiving with her aunt, Mrs. M.
Miss Patsy Klerngard spent Sun
day with Miss Carrie Boundy.
Mrs. C. O. Slusser called on Mrs.
I. R. Rucker Tuesday evening.
John Boundy '.lent Sunday at the
home of his parents, Mr and Mrs.
C. E. Boundy.
Mr. and Mrs. Leßoy LaFollette
and children of Colfax spent one
evening last week at the J. M. Klein
Mrs. Howard Hately has returned
to Pullman, after spending a few
•ley- at th 3 home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. K. Boundy.
A dance was riven at the Grange
hall Thanksgiving night. A large
Crowd attended and enjoyed the ex
cellent music furnished by the Harry
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young and
children and Mr. and Mrs. David
Rigg were Sunday guests at the
home of Mrs M. E. Rucker.
It is just becoming known about
the neighborhood that Harold Bran
in ii was recently married to Miss
Nita Wf.llou.7hby of Albion. They
are staying at the therm i. Urannon
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Slusser and lit
| tle son, Paul, erpect to tears In a
i few days for Berkeley. Calif., to
, Md sc-eral week 3 visiting rola
' lives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Rucker and
two eons, Delbert .nd Dale, and Miss
Dortha Mlngus were guests at the
.1 M. itlemgard home on Thanks
Hejle Hansen left last Saturday
for his old home in Denmark. He
is expected to be gone all winter.
(has. Kincaid has been dragging
the roads and they are in good shape
Wilbur Henry,has been trying oat
hi; Ford tractor the last few days.
The Kimble boys are plowing dou
ble Shifts with their Holt 45.
Bob Greenwell and Harry Wilson
finished their fall seeding last week.
Milt Omstead, mail carrier on
route three, has laid up his auto for
the present and gone back to the
A great deal of fall work has been
done the last few days.
Will Maston is discing his sum
merfallow ground for next spring.
Phillip Foss, who made his home
with his uncle, Andy Mael. enlisted
in July and word has been received
mat he has landed in Siberia, after
:hree weeks on the water. His ad-
Iress is regiment 37, Balivostok. 81
--beria. A later letter stated that he
,vas in the hospital but not In a seri
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley K. Newell
md Master Dallas attended the
(range dance at Whelan Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mael, Miss
Esther Mael, Miss Sarah Paly and
["nomas Dykes attended the forum
neeting at Banner school Friday
Miss Sarah H. Paty spent the 1
veek-end in Pullman, the guest of
riends. She attended the concert!
Saturday evening at the college au
Harley Neel, nephew of Henry
•."eel, has lately arrived from serv
ce overseas. He had been stationed"
n Germany since the armistice. He
ias gone to his home in Kennewi.ck.
Mrs. Roy Kirkendall has been ill
it the Northwest sanitarium for a
'ew days but "was brought home the
irst of the week.
The pupils of Rose Creek school,
who were neither absent nor tardy
'or the school month were Hazel
Rthredge, Esther .Mael, Russell Cal
loway, Wesley Kinder and Leonard
Parr. All the other children of the
school only missed one day,
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mael and
daughter, Esther, and Thomas Dykes
spent Sunday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. William A. Olson.
The Thanksgiving entertainment
at Rose Creek school Tuesday even
ing was a successful affair. Each
number showed careful training and
preparation and the event was a
credit to our teacher, Miss Paty. The
basket social netted $21.25 toward
the phonograph for the school..
A letter from the Henry Neel fam
ily this week states that they are
enjoying themselves at Hermosa
Beach, Calif. The thermometer reg
istered 88 degrees.
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Ethredge and
three children went to her parents'
home in Rltzville tor Thanksgiving
Monroe Carey of Wilbur is visit
ing relatives here.
Mrs. C. H. Adams and daughter,
Miss Amy, of Killani, Alberta, Can
ada, are visiting relatives and friends
here. They arived Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. 1.. Procunier were
Sunday visitors at the Vandevander
home at Joel.
.Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Benedict were
visitors at the Reed home at Albion
Mrs. Elmer Haynes and children
have returned from visiting her
mother in Seattle.
Misses Gladys and Evelyn Bene
dict were Sunday afternoon visitors
at the W. H. Wolfe home.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Me.Murray and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Oten Hodge,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haynes and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Haynes
and Miss Ruth Haynes were visitors
at the A. L. Haynes home Sunday.
Mrs. F. Markowskl and Grandma
Raum were Monday afternoon visi
tors at the W. H. Wolfe home.
Mrs. D. L. Procunier and Miss
Gladys Benedict were Tuesday visi
ters at the W. H. Wolfe home.
The Misses Alice and Ethel Wag
ner of Palouse, Miss Jennie West of
Rosalia and Miss Louise Paulson of
Spokane visited at the home of N.
Haynes and wife over last Sunday.
They are all teachers in the Palouse
schools and accompanied their friend
Miss Klida Haynes, who is also a
teacher at Palouse this year.
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i[ We carry «a larger stock of Flour aud Feed than \
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Frank Willoughby has recently
received very favorable reports from
Alberta, Canada, where he has ex
tensive land interests. The past sea
son was favorable for crops and they
were all saved in excellent condition
and marketed at top prices. ('has.
Heaton, who formerly lived here,
farms a part of his land.
Mrs. Mary Matheny of Portland,
Ore., who formerly lived here tor'
many years, is visiting this week at
the home of Mrs. Ollie Harper north
of town, also with other friends.
Miss Susannah Barber, teacher of
the primary grades here, expects to
spend her Thanksgiving vacation at
the home of her parents in St. John.
The recent spell of good weather
has been taken full advantage of by
the tanners of this neighborhood
with the result that fall seeding Is
about done. The ground was in fine
condition and the weather ideal.
A. B. Maxwell and wife visited
several days recently in Walla Wal
la. On their return home they were
accompanied by their daughter,
J. C. Gelbach and wife, who live
in the Doumecq country near White
Bird, Ida., visited in Johnson early
this week and looked after oroperty
interests here. They were on their
way to visit their sons and other
relatives in Spokane.
The cast of characters which has
been selected from the high school
for the play, "Won by Wireless,"
will soon have it ready for rendering
In the school auditorium. Perhaps
definite announcements can be made
next week. It bids fair to be one
of the very best entertainments ever
given in Johnson.
Theodore ("Ted") Busch, who is
attending Gonsaga University In Spo
kane this college year, is spending
his Thanksgiving vacation at his
home south of Johnson.
Miss Belle Bishop, teacher of the
intermediate grades in the Johnson
school, visited in Garfield last Sat
urday and Sunday.
F. W. Hooper, manager of the
Johnson Union Elevator here, reports
that approximately 70,000 bushels
of grain have already been shipped
from this station. There is likely
, to be a fuel shortage here unless re
lief is found somewhere as the deal
ers' stocks are all sold and difficulty
is experienced in getting more
Four pure bred Shropshire rams.
One pure bred Berkshire boar;
: ready for service.
Five bred sows.
Bundle wheat hay, $20 per ton.
Three pure bred Berkshire gilts.
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Four hundred new books have
been added to the circulating library
at the White Drug Store. nov2B
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