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The Caldwell tribune. [volume] (Caldwell, Idaho Territory [Idaho]) 1883-1928, April 11, 1919, Image 3

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Items of Interest From
Surrounding Territory
** roswell . *
Mr and Mrs. Hugh Smith have re
turned from California, Oregon and
Washington, where they have spent
•he winter visiting relatives.
A talk on poultry was given Tues
day evening by Principal Moore of
t t, e University of Idaho.
Miss Edna Stark has returned from
a three weeks' visit i*t Grand View,
Washingtons^ ^ p 0cate u 0 W as a
euest Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs H. T. Bragg.
Miss Lillian Swatman and Miss
Daisy Mason were in Ontario Sat
UI Edgar Huett has been ill with in
^Mr^and Mrs. William Gullen of
Kuma and Mr. and Mrs. John Rickol
snn of Boise were guests Wednesday
of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bragg.
Mrs Wilson, who has been caring
for her mother, Mrs. Fredwell, who
is ill at the home of her son, William,
returned Wednesday to her home at
Mr and Mrs. Be n Paine, Mr. and
Mrs Ed Stemper Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Paine Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Allen were
among the relatives who attended the
funeral of Frank Soper-Wednesday in
Rev. and Mrs. J. r- Welch, Mr. and
Mrs. Carlyle Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A.
J McCormick, Mesdames Rockwood,
Rice, Kniefel, Hugh Smith, Stevens,
Carlton, Dilley and Rooney and
Misses Louise McCoi'mick. Elizabeth
Hayslip and Miriam Dilley were
among the Roswel! people attending
the lecture in Parma Saturday after
noon by Mrs. E. T. Allen, a missionary
recently returned from Persia. -
Mr. and Mrs. A. j. Rockwood Mrs.
Edgar Dilley. Mrs. F. Crowe, A. J.
McCormick and Wm. Sharpe attended
the funeral of Frank Soper in Cald
well Wednesday
Homer Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Allen, is ill with influenza.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Welch, Mrs.
L. M. Birch, Mrs. E. T. Rice, Mrs
Robert Taylor and Mrs. William
Kniefel attended the meetings of the
Presbyterial at Parma Wednesday.
Mrs. J. Bradney of Big Bend, enter
tained the Ladies' Aid Society of the
Baptist church Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jfmes of Wyoming are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albano.
Mr. and Mrs. Denman, Mrs. Emma
Adams and Miss Bertha Rock were in
Caldwell Saturday evening.
Mrs. R. W. Peter and Mrs. A. A.
Steel went to Bois e Saturday to see
"The Bird of Paradise."
Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Smith were
in Boise Friday.
W. O. Goodel went to Meridian Fri
day evening and returned Saturday
Louise McCormick and her guest.
Elizabeth Hayslip of the College of
fldaho were week-end visitors in the
A. J. McCormick home.
Mary Dickerson,- daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. L. Dickerson who has
been very ill with influenza is come-'
what better.
A joint meeting of the Royal Neigh
bors and Modern Woodmen was held
at the Woodmen hall Monday evening.
Installation of officers in both so
cieties and a bountiful supper were
incidents of the evening. Many from
neighboring lodges were present.
'Esther Jacobson of Boise has been
a guest of Mrs. F. L. Galyan and
Mildred Tunnig.
a guest of Mrs. F. L. Galyan and
Mildred Tunnig.
* arena valley items ♦
Mrs. Jacobson of Boise returned
home after spending several days visit
ing Mrs. Lund.
0. F. Packwood and wife and Mrs.
Butler were Caldwell visitors Satur
day. '
Laurence Patrick of Caldwell, ac
companied r>y his wife and niece were
visitors at the Z B. Parker home Sat
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Case were busi
ness visitors in Arena Saturday.
In spite of the rain the literary Sat
urday night was well attended and
> good program was rendered which
w *s concluded with an old-fashioned
spelling match. .
A meeting of the park association
was held at the school house Thursday
Mrs. Hyde and little daughter of
Meridian are visiting friends here this
. ^ T \ Esther Johnson of Parma vis
ited with the Maisons Saturday night
and Sunday.
Rev Welch of Roswell occotn
P»nied by his wife and sons came over
Sunday afternoon for church services
Kev Welch delivered a splendid ser
mon and will preach again in two
weeks _ Everyone is urged to come
ami enjoy^ these services.
• here will be a meeting at the schoo
here will he a meeting at the school
nouse Friday night to discuss the mat
I organising i church in the val
' fy ' ''is is a matter of much im
portance to the community and all
who are interested should attend and
assist wtth the matter.
It is reported that Charles Watson
"? s the place he recently pur
from V l° m * A sp. tf» a man
Aj^ r .^ .Ç m '<h shipped his cattle from
Adrain Monday.
lake lowell
l«o?Mo I n e dV raer ' Ck WflS " ROlSe V,R "
.nî? r M nd M»* T - M Davis and Mr.
sn».. o *' j and family
•Pent Sunday In N«mp*.
sii't'.i^ en Taylor'» baby has been
"ck the past Wf( ,v.
wMi' an< ' ^ rs - Henry Rogers of Cald
Se W S \ r n f d .r M ' "* ,HC HamP ' 0n
lv F fr°nm nC i, e Glbbens is improving slow
ly from her recent illness.
o„ P?' ) V D-5 ower atter >déd a sale
on Pleasant Ridge last Thursday.
Coon '. s bat> y been sick
with pneumonia.
iu^ r " J 0 * 1 " Bl. an ksma and mothei and
Miss Irene visited Sunday at Pierre
Blanksma s near Nampa.
7 p ctcrs entertained at
° c ' ock dinner Sunday the following
?*• ;«^ 1SS L o Cy Miller of Caldwell,
Miss Wilma Sower, Ardith Scarth
Atha and Carrie Hilson and Ray
Johnson of Sunny Slope, Vere Sower
and Seth Hoadley.
Copyright 1919
Tb« Hou*e of KuppenhoimM
These Men Will Want Civilian Clothes
In Tune With The Times and New Spirit
YOU young men have a new slant on life
and things, including your clothes. You
are no longer buying "just clothes." It's.
the way you look in your clothes that in
terests you and her and everybody.
In the New Spirit You want your
r XI ; appearance to be
of Things jn tune wjth the
new life and new spirit of things.
The old idea, the old tune is something
'way back there before the war.
You will see when you look around that
the height of most of the clothes-making
enterprize is merely the old tune with
It won't do for you or for us.
All America knows the growing ascen
dency of Kuppenheimer Clothes for young
men? This is the fastest growing Clothe
ing business in America; more than doub
led in the last four years.
It is more than a Young A Höuseot
Men's House—it is a House v mM4 .
of young men. * oung Men
It's a great thing to keep the spirit of a
business young. It means vigor and
vitality and punch in the product. It
means grace and life in the design. It
means a happy creation of style that re
flects itself in a feeling of confidence
when you wear the clothes.
It means the thingyouhave been looking
for and that you will surely find at the
"House of Kuppenheimer Clothes" in
this city and in every metropolitan cen
ter in America.
A National Clothes Service
Cloro Belle Wright has been ill the
past week.
Earl Davis spent Saturday night and
aunday in Nampa.
Dr. Gue was called to the C" *C.
Oillen home Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. G. C. White went to Star Sat
urday to spend a few days.
, A v ®£ y ba d accident occurred at
the j. F. Sheets ranch Sunday after
noon when their little daughter, Olive,
accidentally got a pitchfork run in her
s ,be was immediately taken to
Caldwell for treatment and it is feared
she may lose her sight.
Miss Lucy Miller of Caldwell spent
Saturday night and Sunday M the
bower home.
Charlie Martin of the Gov. camp
has been ill the past few days.
• ^»ü-' Blanksma of Ituhl came
in Monday for a little visit at his
brother's. Mr. Blanksma is buytag a
car of sheep to ship to the Chicago
Mrs. Earl Davis and baby are home
from Gooding.
Evart and Almeda Gibbens have the
scarlet fever.
Mrs. Belle Carr of Caldwell is out
to her ranch for a few weeks.
Miss Velma Hunter returned to her
home in the Gem district Sunday aft
Mrs. Em Gibbens has the Delco
light system installed in their home.
Mr. T. M. Davis went to Wilder
the first-of the week to help his son
with the farm work for a few weeks.
Mrs. Sunderland &f Boise is staying
at the White home while Mrs. White
is in Star.
Miss Howard, the primary teacher,
is boarding with Mrs. Emerich.
Marvin Neil is working for W. A.
* fairview +
Grain and grass are looking fine
for this time of the year, and some
fruit trees are in bloom.
Mrs. Graves is in Caldwell for med
ical treatment.
S. W. Sails family are having the
Miss Nettie Atteberry of Edmond,
Kansas, is visiting at the Burnett
home. Mr. Burnett is able to be out
and at work again.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis will soon
move into their new home at Notus.
Dan Cashman has been working a
crew on the Dixie Pioneer ditch the
past week.
Miss Atteberry and Mrs. Burnett
and Wm. Cashman took dinner at
the Conklin home Sunday.
Mrs. Bertha Foley left for her
homo in Norton, Kansas the past
week, after recovering from her ill
ness at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Greer. Mrs. John
Greer has been suffering from a bad
cold and rheumatism for som e time
Mrs. Arthur Criffield and two
daughters were visiting relatives and
friends in Dixie.
Pearl Criffield was down from
Boise visiting at the Franks home for
a few days the past week.
Mr. Barnes has moved on to the
ranch recently purchased from Carl
Smith Hoelinger has moved to lower
Walter Tracy arrived in Homedale
Tuesday for a visit with his sister,
Mrs. Ed Snell, and his many friends.
He arrived in the good old U. S. on
March 16 from trance, where he
spent several months in the service.
He was with the signal corps. Walter
spent most of his life here up to a
few months before he enlisted in the
service and his many friends are glad
to see him back. The Press will try to
secure an interview with him for pub
lication in our next issue.—Homedale

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