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Friday, February 3, IBM
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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Hunton
and two daughters, Nellie and Lo- j
rene, called on Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Barber and also on Mr. and Mrs. W. j
E. Benedict last Sunday.
Rufus Kinder visited his friend,
George Garrelts Jr., and attended the
dancing party at. the James Clark i
home Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Draper spent:
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. RayCiith- j
rie. Mr. and Mrs. Draper recently j
returned from a visit in the Big Bend
Mr. and Mrs. Edmiston gave a]
most enjoyable card and dancing
party Friday evening. There was a
large crowd of Rose Creek and Pa- I
louse people present. Refreshments
were served at midnight and the j
guests departed "early." •
Those entertained by Mr. and Mrs,
Andy Mad mi Sunday were Mr. and i
Mrs. Ora Ethredge and three chil- i
dren. Miss Hazel Ethredge and Miss
Our mail carrier, Dwight Barton, j
came back mi the route Wednesday
after two weeks illness.
Miss Susie Barber of Palouse spent |
the week-end with her brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Hans Under returned on Saturday
from a hunting trip.
Ernest Hunton Jr. spent Sunday j
with Rufus Kinder.
G. B. Ethredge says that several
flock-, of quail alight in his pig pea
every day at feeding time.
Rufus Kinder caught a coyote in
a trap Friday. The skin measured
four feet ten inches.
Stanley Newell is sawing wood for
Mr. Hagen on the John Thompson
Mrs. A. L. I laynes and daughters,
Misses Ruth and Evelyn, were Sun
day vsiitors at the I lacks! a home.
Messrs. T. L. Fink of Albion and
J. McDonald of Moscow were .Mon
day visitors at the W. M. Benedict
Mrs. A. L. I laynes and family and
her brother, Monroe Gary, were vis- ;
itors at the T. I!. Mi-Murray home
Bud li,'< ac of Wenatchee left ihe
home of Mrs. A. 1.. Haynes, where he
has been staying, for his home Men
The Stitch and Chatter club will
meet this Thursday at the Charles i
Monroe Cary of Yakima visited ]
this week at the home of his sister,
Mrs. Joe Milsap, at Moscow.
'Mrs. A. L. Haynes and family and |
Monroe Cary visited at the A. M.
Haynes home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hawks and Mrs. T.
E. Wiley have been staying at the |
home of Mrs. Hawks' sister. Mrs .1.
T. Wood, in Pullman, while Mrs.
Hawks was having dental work done.
Miss Marie Wiley made a business
trip to Spokane Saturday.
Leonard Brown called Sunday af
ternoon at the W. 11. Wolfe home
The farmers of Clinton have i
cleared the read-; of snowdrifts, This !
work was done last Thursday.
. Mrs. A. 1.. Haynes and family and
Monroe Cary were Wednesday vis
itors at the Joe Milsap home at Mos
Lawrence Wood of Pullman visit- I
ed this week at the T. E. Wiley home. I
Mr. and Mrs. C. W Purnell, Mr.'
and Mrs. D. [_. Procunier and their ;
nephew, Melvin Procunier, A. Wood i
and Elmer Wood and Ivan Haynes j
ere Sunday visitors at the Ivan i
Mr. Sallow of Moscow visited
friends near Johnson this week.
I The students of the high school,
I under the direction of Mrs. McCune, !
I are working on a play called "The
J Hoodoo." The proceeds from the:
Pay win be used to buy equipment ;
-01' the domestic science laboratory.';
-Mrs. Cornish of Genesee, Idaho, .
an( Mrs. Nichols of Alberta, Canada,
Waited last week at the Willoughby
J Th girls of the high school gave
•Party last Saturday evening for the
''■'"ll team. The evening was
*Pent in playing games and in danc
_ 'he high school basketball team
a'defeated at Pullman last Friday
«venl ** . The Johnson boys worked
nfler several disadvantages. This
tied* l6aVeS Pullman and Johnson
the for the f,istrict championship of
.C' *oUnty and another game must
with * d UP°" a neutral floor aml
-h, R an unbiased referee before the
pinpionshlp is determined.
*mtlL I'l1*63 haS °ne to Lamont to
°nt th«n f °r the home garden made
«Prlng winlp saves time next
Mis. E. N. Hinchliff was given a
birthday dinner Sunday by her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. M Hays.
Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. George Grant, Mrs. Van Dyke,
Mr. and Mrs. E. X. Hinchliff, Ber
nard Kit/miller, Harry Porter, Oliver
and Leonard Klossner.
Ray Alsup is suffering from the
peurisy at the home of his cousins,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex McPherson,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Clark and 80S
attended the charivari and shower
for Mr. and Mrs. Earl Naffziger at
'arson Taylor's and the Whelan
Orange hall last Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kincaid
played at the Whelan dance Friday
evening and stayed over the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. A. McPherson.
Mrs.- It. 1.. Hollenbeck and chil
dren spent Saturday with Mr, and
Mrs. A. M. Hays.
Miss Nellie Hunton visited Mrs.
W. A. Olson Monday night.
W. 1. ;la *ze of Everett is spend-
Ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Clark.
Mrs. Earl Whitlow and Miss Nellie
farron called on Mrs W. T. Clark
one day last week.
Mrs. George Grant called on Mrs.
Crawford last Thursday.
Miss Katherine Ha* is improving
from her recent attack of pneumonia I
so that she is aide to sit lip a little
while each day.
Mr. and Mrs. W ,T. Clark were
business vallers in Moscow Saturday. ',
Mrs. W. A. Olson was a luncheon I
guest of Mrs. Hugh Thompson in
Pullman Tuesday. !
C. L. Crawford and family visited
Sunday at the will Mennetl home.
Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Stirewalt vis- I
ited their daughter, Mrs. Roy Shafer,
Mr. and .Mrs. F. .1. Hedglen and |
[laughter, Leona, visited .Mr. and j
Mrs. Fred Jennings Sunday.
Plans are being made for a new i
bridge at the Moscow crossing this
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shafer attended !
the dance at Whelan Friday night.
Bud Crawford hauled hay from
the Jennings place the first of the
Burl Shafer called at the Ted Mein
ars home Wednesday.
Garret Maston transacted business j
in Pullman Wednesday.
A. M. Brownlee has been hauling |
main from Chambers while the i
sleighing is good.
Miss I.eta Chllds spent the week
end in Moscow.
The Misses Louise and Beatrice
Kitzmiller and Inez Gray visited Mar
garet Pickell Friday and attended the
Mr. and Mrs. P. Petersen and sou.
Alfred, and Mr. and Mrs. Frandens
Of MOSCOW spell' Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Flaurice Gray.
Mr. and Mrs. ("has. Stirewalt, Mr.
ami Mrs. Alfred Swanson, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Shafer, Burl Shafer and
Miss Hester McCracken were Sun
day visitors at the home of Mr, and
Mrs. B. l. Pickell.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hooper
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Wednesday evening between 25
and 30 of the Whelan people gave
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Naffziger a com
bined charivari and shower at the
home of Mr. and Mi's C. W. Taylor.
After making much noise they were
invited in and received wonderful
treats from the bride and groom.
Thence all adjourned to the Grange
hall where the shower was presented.
Dancing, games and a lunch were
features and a good time was en
joyed until the wee small hours,
when .with best wishes for a happy
and prosperous journey through life,
the merry makers departed for their
Whelan Grange will give another
dance February 10. Kineaid's or
chestra will furnish the music. Come
and bring your friends.
Invitations were received last week
by some of the Banner folks to at
tend the high school graduation ex
ercises at the Jefferson high school
at Portland, Oregon, from which Miss
Ellen Larson Is graduating. Miss El
len is the youngest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Larson, formerly
living in this community.
Mrs. I'urness and daughter and
son arrived last week from Waver! v
for a visit at the home pf Mrs. Fur
ness's son, Clifford, who resides here.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Owen enter
tained Monday evening the following
guests: Mr. and Ml- Clifford Fur
ness and their visiting company from
Waverly, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Baird.
THE PULLMAN" HERALD
Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse King and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Burnam
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Davidson and baby, Mar.iorie. oi
Rev. .1. Clvall preached at the
school house both Sunday morn
and evening to fair sized audiences
Mr. and Mrs. E. I). Eldredge en
tertained at dinner Sunday the C.
T. Gossett family and Riley Pyle.
The Reid family were dinnei
guests at the Aug Johnson home
Clarence Johnson is spending I
week with his brother-in-law, Bert
Mr. and Mrs. John Olson and son-
Ross and Bob, Rev. Ovall and W. B
Lawson were guests at the Aug An
derson home Sunday.
Miss Ruth Olson took Sunday din
ner with Mi-; Lillian Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs Ray Davidson and
baby, Marjorle, from Thornton ar
rived at the Frank Owen home Mon
day to visit for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Small enter
tained the following guests on Sun
day evening: Mr. and Mrs. W. 11.
Naffziger and on, Claude, .Mr. and
Mrs. W. 11. Gibson, Earl Gibson, Ted
dy Lewis and Ben Inman.
Rowena Creighton spent the week
end with Frances Rush.
Mr. anil .Mrs. Joe Naffziger, Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Glunk and Frank In
man spent Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bush wen
hosts on Sunday to Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Taylor, .Mis. Isabella Taylor,
Miss Amanda Taylor and Bill Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Gibson and
Karl Gilbson spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. W. 11. Naffziger,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Draper and
daughter, Barbara .Han. are visiting
at the Bert Draper home this week.
Mrs. W. H. Naffziger went to Spo
kane Tuesday to spend a few days
with relatives and friend
Mrs. A. c. Clunk visited the school
on Wednesday of last week.
Miss Amanda Taylor spent Mon
day afternoon with Mrs. Hugh Tay
Miss Nlta Guthrie is at home this
semester, after having completed tin
high school course at Pullman.
The attendance record at school
was perfect last month, with the ex
ception "i four absent marks against
Several of the neighbors of Mr.
and Mrs. .1. U. Fulfs enjoyed a party
at the Fulfs home last Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Rucker and
son, Delbert, and Mr. and Mrs. V. L.
Higgins were Sunday guests at the
W. C. Kamerrer home.
Mr. and .Mrs. Orville NY 11 spent
Sunday at the Carroll VV'hitten home.
Miss .Mildred Klemgard spent the
week-end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Rucker enter
tamed the 500 club on last Friday
evening. Mrs. F. A. Hodges and W.
C. Kaitterrer received prizes for the
highest scores. Mrs. C. C. Slusser
and .1. M. Klemgard received prizes
for the lowest scores. Mr, and Mrs.
W. A. Lybecker will entertain the
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hod., spent
last Friday night al the .1. M. Klem
Hudson Klemgard and Joe Kin
caid, who are attending Pullman
high school, spent the week-end at
their respective homes.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pritchard and
son, John Robert, spent Friday night
at the 1.. K. Rucker home.
Mr. and .Mrs. C. O. Slusser and
son, Paul, spent last Saturday night
at the J. S. Klemgard home in Pull
Will Ryan, Frank Murray and W.
11. Pritchard butchered 24 hogs on
Monday of this week at the Ryan
Several persons in this neighbor
hood have been suffering with se
vere attacks of bronchitis this wees
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Olson spent
Sunday afternoon at the C. O. Kel
Mrs. Ida Kamerrer spent one day
last week at the V. L. Higgins home.
Adrian Hodges, who last week fin
ished his high school course in Pull
man, has returned home and will not
enter college until next fall.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Kellogg and
little daughter, Annett, were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Higgins on
Gardner Lange left on Thursday
for Portland, Ore., to visit In par
John Full's and James Kent butch
ered hogs on Tuesday at He Full's
L. and E. I'ori'e- were given a sur
prise party at their home on Tues
day night. Dancing and cards were
Clarence Haeder met with an acci
dent on Wednesday, while assisting
J. R. Fulfs. in cutting hogs, which
marly proved serious. The knife,
cutting unexpectedly through a fro
zen piece of meat, cut a two-Inch
gash In his hand Just below the left
■ wrist, severing an artery and two
veins. A doctor was called at
once, first aid having been admin
istered by Mrs. Fulfa and others, and
the wound was dressed. It is expect
ed no serious condition will result.
Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Boundy were
Sunday guests at the Hen Belt*
J. W. Boatright is spending a few
days this week at the Will Hooper
Mrs. Sam Ailor and daughter spent
Tuesday with Mrs. Stanley Long.
Those on the roll of honor in
school district No. 139 are Elizabeth
Henry, Ruth Taylor, Ethel Taylor,
Claude Taylor. Howard Polston and
Mrs. Walter Howard has been
quite sick the past week with a gath
ing in her head.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hooper spent
Sunday In Johnson with Mr. and Mrs.
Claud Davis and family.
Mrs, Holier Greenwell visited
Mrs. W. Howard Friday.
Mr, and Mrs. Miles Pendry spent
Saturday and Sunday in Pullman
Mrs. L. Stratton and Mrs. May Me
[inturff and children were Moscow
1 visitors Thursday.
Lena and Clinton Snyder were
week-end guests at the Scott Getchell
Mr. and Mrs. R. Thonney spent
Wednesday night at the Carl Myers
I home in Pullman.
i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark were Sun
i day dinner guests at the Scott Get
-1 chell home.
i Mr. and Mrs. Scott Getchell and
] Cloid Clark spent Tuesday at the
i Jim Clark home.
I Miss Celia I levine and Luke Devine
I are pending Ihe winter In California.
We are having some more chilly
; weather— 22 below Tuesday night.
Everybody who was at the dance
!at the Jim Clark home Friday night
I reported a rousing good time.
Our mail carrier missed our end
of the route on Wednesday, conse
quently there VI a.. Ill) Ford lew 8 last
At a phone meet of the people
on the 20 Line recently Arthur Jones
was elected linesman.
Mr. and .Mrs. A. M. Brownlee en
tertained Mr. ami .Mrs. Ralph Hall
and family on Sunday.
Mr, and .Mrs. Mengelkamp and
family visited dr. and Mrs. Fisher
lon the Thayer place Sunday. .Mrs.
I Fisher is Mr. Mengelkamp'g sister,
Mrs. Geo. Varner and two children
of Moscow are visiting .Mrs. Smith
Mr. Mengelkamp and family, Mrs.
Smith, Dorothy, Mrs. Farmer and
; children and Mr. Luck spent an even
ing at ion <ireenell hen they
arrived there they found Mr. and
Mrs. Brownlee there so they enjoyed
j quite a neighborhood party.
Clark Brownlee entered school
last week, making four In the eighth
grade, which is he largest eighth
grade class Ford has been able to
boast of for some time.
Mrs. Smith and Dorothy, Mr. Luck
and .Mrs. Varner and children ate
' Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
; Gitalin. ■
I Wayne Hall was aide to return to
1 school Monday after being absent
! one week on account of having the
Mr. and .Mrs. Major Draper re
; turned Wednesday after a month's
I visit to Mrs. Draper's married chil
i dren in the Big Bend,
Mrs. A. I-'. Getchell and children
I visited from Saturday until Monday
with her sister, Mrs. Bruce Qulg
Bruce Quigg received word that
] hi- sister, Mrs. Crithfield, is back
at her home in Potlatch, Idaho, and
i enjoying excellent health. The Ford
j neighborhood is very glad to hear
Mr. and Mrs. Major Draper visit
ied Mr. and Mrs. Roy Draper from
I Thursday until Tuesday and then
I went to visit at Roy Guthrie's,
Mr. Gill of Pullman visited most
of last week at Roy Drapers home.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Draper and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Major Draper
j -pent Sunday at the Jake Enos home
I at Staley.
COUGAR GUARD VAUDEVILLE
The date set by the Cougar Guards
is February IS and the price ot ad
mission has been changed from 50
i cents to 35 cents, for the Cougar
j Guird Vaudeville.
The vaudeville will follow the
; basketball game with.the University
of Washington. Doc Bohler'has an
; nounced that the i me will be called
j early in the evening so as'to allow
i the students to take In both the game
J and the show. The exact time of the
; game will be announced later.
"There will be no repetition of any
•turn ever shown on the campus be
fore." says Cecil Gholson. "Every
' thing will be new and several very
j unique stunts will be featured among
1 the six acta, One of these will bo a
1 comedy in the form of a Cougar-
I scope, which no one will want to
FOR SALE —Four-room bungalow
house and half acre tract; A-1 garden
plat; at a reasonable figure. Prop
erty located just north m college; an
ideal location for one wanting place
near college; will sell household
goods, canned fruit, etc.. with place
or separate, Will give terms. See
M. T. Patterson, or phone Farmers
!s!- __ feb3-l7
FOR SALE— One cook stove, one
heating do* one congoleum rug _
mattresses, four rocking chairs and
oilier things too numerous to men
tion. Will sell at a bargain. North
Grand street. last house. Call Farm
ers S3. Must sell soon. t'eb::
FOR SALE--:; 10 acres level hind
nine miles north of Harlowton, Mont.
1 would consider a small place in or
near Pullman; Wash., in exchange.
Inquiry solicited Cor particulars. S.
;P. Harrington, own Harlowton.
; "it. Jan27feb3
! FOR SALE—Household goods, in
j eluding dressers, beds, dining room
furniture and rockers. Mrs. S, .1.
Pfeiffer, Roth apartments. feb3
FOR SALE—Pure bred rose comb
; white Wyandotte cockerels, delivered,
at Pullman at $2.50 each. Andy Mael;
phone Farmers 136, feb3-17
1 "i" :: '^ li. p. Master Workman
gas engine and pump to trade for
three ■'"ii chickens. 11. E. Hansen.
Pullman, Wash. [, i,.;
FOR SALE 16-ft. Rest combine
hitch complete; new draper. Price
$500. Hately, McClaskey & Klem
FOR SALE—Grass hay. $7 a ton
in my barn, good winter feed Max
ilinrichs, phone Farmers I IX :.
FOR SALE — Steelyard scales:
will weigh up to 2-10 pounds; cheap.
Inquire Herald office.
Foil SALE —'i room house, mod'
crn, furnace. 208 Columbia St.
jan 20 feb I 0
FOR SALE OR RENT House
near high school. Phone 162. M.
D. Henry. novlStf
FOR SALE No. I fresh milch
cow. A. i terberg, Phone Farmers
FOR SALE—Baby buggy; practic
ally new. Call 1114. feb::-l7
FOR SALE Fresh Holsteln row.
Call Farmers 107. febll
FOR RENT--- Eight room house,
can be used as single unit of two 4
room suites: unfurnished or partial
ly furnished; vocational students
preferred. Inquire D. F. Staley.
FOR REN I' -Straw pasture. F.
Osterberg. Phone Farmers 36X7.
FOR RENT — Six-room modern
house, close to college Inquire of F.
C. Forrest, fel>3-10
FOR RENT- Two rooms, phone
1892, Mrs. Belle I'yle. 60 I Jackson
FOR LEASE — February 15: a five
room modern house, centraily locat
ed. .Mrs. M. F. Gannon. feb3-10
WANTED —By college student.
man, work for board and room or
either, or hy the hour. Call 216:!.
jan 2 7 fob:!
WANTED — Sewing, children's
clothes a specialty, Mrs. a. Linn
Jinnett; 105 Grand St. Phone 1564.
WANTED — Dressmaking or plain
sewing by he day. Phone 14 52.
WANT ED—-Those having several
young horses to sell see J. m. Reid
WANTED— Alfanfa bay. Phone
BOARD AND ROOM *_■"• per
month, Home cooking; pleasant
room for three girls. 01 I State St.,
across from high school. Phone 1012.
FOUND—Pair of shell-rim spec
tacles. Owner can have same by call
ing it The Herald office and paying
for this notice.
George W. Clouse, optician, aril!
again visit Pullman Wednesday. Feb
ruary ].". and may he found at the
Palace hotel. He will examine your
eyes without charge and fit them to
your perfect, satisfaction. If you
need glasses or new lenses in your
frames. It will pay you to see him.
All work guaranteed. Mr. Clous will
also visit Albion Thursday, February
16, at Farnsworth-'s store. -fb„-lo
• Square layer cakes Li'ie, Saturday
only, at Robinson's bakery. * Feb.
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Notice ia hereby given that the an
nual .meeting of the shareholder-! of
the Pullman Memorial association
will he held at the city hall in Pull
man en February s, 1022.> at 7::;o
p. m. for the election of trustees and
the transaction of such business as
may come before the meeting!
F. E. Sanger,
Sa • /
. amm.zi.-*,r j!&mM*9T*T^m A
AS THE BIRDS FLY
it always seem-; a short distance,
but even if it's the longest way
round, you can always feel safe
and sure if you come to us for
We do expert, reliable work
as quickly as is consistent with
careful attention to details.
Give us a trial.
Pullman Eiiiiifii Company
Opposite P. 0.
Center WS A
coa/'<s (A p^iA;
Treat your coal bin to a ton
of the most superior coal it
has ever entertained. Lay in
a supply of coal that will pro
duce more comforting heat to
the pound than any fuel you
have ever paid out your good
money for. Warm up to this
proposition. Order your win
ter's coal now.
Phone BO North Grand St.
Direct from the Factory
They will Please You
Where Everybody Goes
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WHEN YOU ARE SKATED
at one of our tables you begin
at once. in anticipation, the
pleasure of -i fine dinner or af
ter theatre supper. And as the
meal becomes a reality your
pleasure will Increase right on
to the end. A visit lore is a
revelation In fine foods and per
Phone 40 /
Saturday, Feb. 4