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SOCIETY. CHURCH AND
LODGE NOTES
With health conditions assuming a
more natural aspect, Emmett Social
life is undergoing an awakening from
its long period of hibernation. Church
and lodges are resuming their var
activities with accelerated vigor,
.
A busy week is new in
progress, with promise of many func
tinn for next week.
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school enjoyed its first party of the
year last Friday evening', when about
35 young people gathered at Rebekah
hall for an evening of fun and folic,
symbols suitable to a valentine party,
hearts and arrows of red and ropes of
red crepe paper carrying out the
scheme. The youngsters spent a jolly
with music and games, and'
es
ious
and social gatherings take on a new
attraction.
The Freshman class of the
The hall was decorated in colors and
evening
not the least of the pleasure was a
delightful lunch which followed. Miss
Stovel and Mr. Wise chaperoned the
party.
"Let he forget" the swift and si
lent passing of the year, Mr. J. E.
Creswell was pleasantly reminded of
the arrival of his 45th mile stone,
last Friday evening by a most delight
ful surprise in the form of a 7 o'clock
dinner, enjoyed by about twenty
guests. The two tables at which the
dinner was served were gaily decor
ated with valentine motifs, the center
of the honor guest's table being a
beautiful birthday cake bearing hearts
and red lettering suggestive of the
date. The after dinner hours were
spent with visiting and cards,
guests were the Messrs, and Mes
dames Kirk Landers, Eli Lanktree.
F. G. Carpenter, W. S. Bsown, M.
Gilbride, Ed Strohbehn of Falk, Ben
Strohbehn of Payette, and Mrs. Solter
back of New Plymouth.
The
Probably one of the most brilliant
affairs Emmett society folks have en
joyed for several years was the de
lightful Valentine ball given by the
Shrine Club of Emmett Friday even
to about three hundred friends.
Liberty Theatre, the scene of the fes
tivities, was appropriately decorated
with the national colors, while red
hearts and arrows suspended from
ceiling and lights throughout the hall
added the valentine suggestion to the
gay surroundings. On the stage the
mystic symbols of the order were dis
played, with a life size camel, the pro
duction of, the skilled designing of
Robert Burlingame, as the central fig
ure. Here an excellent six-piece or
chestra was seated and their ever pop
ular music lured many to indulge in
the pleasures of the dance who have
not been so tempted in many years. It
was a party for both young and old
and was enjoyed by young and old
those not caring to dance en
joying the gaiety of the occasion and
visiting the while. The Alfalfa quar
tet, ever ready to contribute to the
demands of their admirers, gave two
of their popular numbers, while to
further add to the pleasure of the
guests, punch was served all during
the evening.
The ladies were charmingly gowned
and many of the men, in full dress,
the Shriners wearing the jaunty fez,
symbolic of the order, lent a touch of
grace and dignity well fitting the occa
sion. Several out-of-town guests par
ticipated, among them being Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Banks from Banks, L. C.
Ferguson of Boise, F. W. Faull of
Horseshoe Bend, and Miss Taylor of
San Diego, who is a
cousins, the VanDeusen
Several auto loads of Shriners from
Boise had planned to attend, but the
condition of the roads prevented.
The Shriners are receiving congrat
ulations on every hand upon the suc
cess of their venture and are being
urged by their delighted guests to
make it a habit. The gallant hosts
of the evening were: George Hueb
ener, B. B. Davis, Robert Burlingame,
J.* E. VanDeusen, Lewis Obermeyer,
Harry Worthman, V. T. Craig, Will
Obermeyer, W. L. Powell. Frank Knox,
John McConnell, E. L. Holverson, F.
A. DeClark, E. K. Hayes, C. A. Thom
as, Walter Grafton, Henry Obermeyer,
James L. Steward. J. B. Middleton
and Lieut. Col. B. O. Clark, now over
seas.
ing
alik<
guest of her
brothers.
ith Mrs.
Bilderback Feb. 27. Saturday, Feb.
22, St. Mary's Guild will hold a cooked
food sale at Haley-Miles Drug Store,
at 2:30 o'clock.
St. Mary's Guild meets
The W. C, T. U. held a Frances Wil
lard Memorial tea on Tuesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. A. E. Bird.
! The affair was open to guests, and a
j good attendance enjoyed the after
I noon's program, with a social hour and
I buffet luncheon. A silver offering was
received, which goes toward the
Frances Willard Memorial fund. Fol
lowing is the program:
Scripture—Psalm 146, by leader,
Mrs. R. E. Shaw.
i Prayer—Rev. Adams,
i Music—Hvmn, "America. '
Roll call—States that have ratified
the federal prohibition amendment
^ Remarks—Rev. Finley,
Music—Duet, Mrs. Gunther and
Mrs. Barnes. „
The Blessedness of Receiving, Mrs.
Lockett and Mrs. Sheets.
Music-Rev. Adams,
Americanization the imperative
need of the hour, Mrs. Finley.
An appeal for knowledge from for
eign people—Mrs. Munday and Mrs.
Bever.
The Francis Willard Memorial Fund
—how used in 1918, Mrs. Pattison.
Music—Duet, Mrs. Newcomer and
Miss Rundstrom.
j Benediction-Rev Lathrop.
Durl "^ the socia hour Miss Shaver
sang a beautiful solo,and instrumental
selections were given by Miss Brown,
Mrs. Zackman and Miss Catherine
Davis.
.
The Central Divisin of the M. E.
Ladies' Aid was entertained Wednes
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
John McConnell, with Mrs. Goodwin,
Mrs. Ivie and Mrs. Kinzer as joint
hostesses.
Being the first meeting
since the raising of the flu ban, the
ladies expressed great enthusiasm for
the renewing of the work, and a pleas
ant afternoon was enjoyed by the 27
guests. Refreshments were served
late in the afternoon.
Mrs. F. G. Carpenter was hostess
to the Sans Souci Bridge Club Wed
nesday afternoon, being the first meet
ing for several months. During the
period of necessity for war work, this
club adopted a pleasant and profitable
method of meeting, the hostess serv
ing luncheon at 1 o'clock, after which
the guests repaired to the Red Cross
rooms and gave the afternoon to sew
ing and surgical dressings. Now, how
ever, the regular order is resumed and
the usual delightful time was enjoyed,
three tables of Auction being played,
followed by a tempting lunch..
Emmett Rebekah Lodge, No. 32, will
hold its annual roll call the evening
of March 4. Further announcement
next week.
The marriage of Miss Mel Smith
son and Mr. Albert White occurred
The
yesterday in Mountain Home,
bride is the only daughter of our D.
E. Smithson and was born in Emmett
and spent her girlhood days here. The
last few years she had taken up nurs
and held the responsible position
of head night nurse in a Salt Lake
hospital. She is a charming young
lady and gifted as a musician. Her
Emmett friends will extend
ing
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their best wishes.
EMMETT NEWS
Flei9chman's
For good bread use
yeast, at Reilly's.
G. E. Brown was down from the
Montour ditch camp Monday.
Attorney D. A. Dunning of Boise
here last week on legal business.
Kenneth Jensen from Sweet spent
a few days in Emmett the forepart of
the week.
Lloyd Cox, proprietor of the Mon
tour garage, was in Emmett the past
week on business.
C. W. Hill of Buhl spent a few days
looking over real estate conditions
hereabouts last week.
Mrs. Harry Worthman went to Po
catello the first of the week to visit
her sister, whose husband recently
died.
was
Miss Estella Fisher arrived Sat
urday to visit at the home of Mr. and
She is Mrs.
Mrs. Waltçr Emard.
Emard's sister.
Miss Mary Gamage, who came over
from her school work at Boise for the
Shriner's party Friday, returned to
her duties Sunday.
needed
See F. R.
was never
Life insurance
than at this time.
more
Chapin and secure a good policy m
Mutual Life of N. Y. Don't delay.
Fred Miller, who has been a suf
rheumatism for several
ferer from
weeks, has recently returned from a
Portland sanitarium considerably im
proved in health.
Peter Olson, one of the head mill
wrights at the Boise Payette mill, has
resumed his former position, having
honorably discharged from
army service at Camp Lewis.
been
Leroy Myers has gone to Cascade to
work.
W .F. Sin
I buy Liberty bonds.
clair..
Both Emmett banks will be closed
on Saturday, Wastington's birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Enos Smith were Em
mett visitors from Cascade Tuesday.
S. J. Rees was called to Ontario
this week by the serious illness of his
mother.
W. F. Sinclair went to Boise yes
terday to attend the state stockmen's
meeting.
M. E. Lewis is here from Moscow
looking after his ranch interests on
the bench.
A. O. Hogan, car inspector of the
O. S. L., and E. M. Sparks were in
Emmett Thursday.
James Uechambeau came over from
Rupert to look after real estate in
terests on the bench.
W. S. Stuart of New Plymouth was
in Emmett Tuesday, going on to Boise
to attend the stockmen's convention.
F. Shoul, who recently purchased
the Leroy Myers ranch on the South
Slope, is here arranging to move his
household goods.
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What ? Washington
Don't forget.
When? Feb. 22 at 2:30 p. m.
All ladies
tea.
Where? Mrs. Bullock's,
cordially invited.
Mrs. L. M. Ormsby, general secre
tary of the Idaho Sunday school as
cosiation, was on Emmett visitor Fri
day from Boise.
Harry Carmichael, who was absent
from his desk at the court house sev
eral days with a slight relapse from
flu, is again at his duties.
Should you be taken away, how
about your loved ones ? Don't delay
protecting them. See. F. R. Chapin
of Mutual Life Insurance Co. of N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vahlberg and
little son departed Monday for their
new home in Texas, where they will
be employed on a large ranch owned
by Mrs. Vahlberg's two uncles.
Fred Brown, a former resident of
Emmett but now ocated at Payette,
was in town early in the week en
route to Seattle. Mr. Brown is in the
employ of a coast firm selling rubber
fire hose.
Mr. and Mrs. Overstreet, of Os
borne, Mo. who were here in the in
terest of the Hunter estate, departed
Monday «for Portland and other coast
points en route to California, whence
they will return home.
Dr. and Mrs. R. N. Cummings and
Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Dean motored
to Boise Saturday to hear the Band
that Went Over The Top." They re
port a novel entertainment. The party
remained until Monday evening.
Lactic acid found in pure Butter
milk is known as a destroyer of
disease germs. Many convalescents
practically live on Buttermilk. Re
ceived daily for sale by Mutual
Creamery Co., Belle Boren, Agent.
The Libolt family, who have been
living in Mrs. Amelia DeClark's house
at the comer of Johns avenue and
First street, have returned to their
ranch home in Kansas to look after
their interests, but hope to return to
Idaho at a future date.
L. C. Ferguson, who was a week-end
guest of Dr. and Mrs. Ia Wood, left
Monday. Mr. Ferguson and Dr. Wood,
w-hile not acquainted previous to their
meeting last year, discovered that
they had been raised in the same local
ity and had many mutual friends.
Edward E. Morton, of the Soldiers'
home, better known as "Mickey," for
many years an Emmett resident, re
ceived word from the bureau of risk
insurance, Washington, D. C-, that he
would received $10,000 insurance as
the beneficiary of William Morton, his
son, whose death occurred in line of
duty in France Oct. 3.
Emmett friends have lately receiv
ed word from Harry Panning, who
was here a vear or more previous to
his entering army service, stating
that he and Frank Kiesling and Wal
ter Greene are now at Clear Lake,
Wash., enploved in the construction
of a mill. All three men were here
ducing the construction of the Emmett '
mill. I
;
Nearly one-half of the young men
of military age, men in the very prime
of life, proved physically unfit to serve
in the army, the provost marshal gen
eral reports. The bulk of those unfit
for army service must be under a
handicap in the Nation's industrial
life. A baseball club with three men
of the nine physically unfit to play i
the game wouldn't get very far. A
nation cannot afford to cut down its
productive capacity by permitting its ,
men to be only 70 per cent efficient. ;
A very large proportion of the phvsi
cal defects could be got rid of if they ;
should be taken in hand early in life. !
Tuberculosis was one of the chie f
sources of physical unfitness in the j
army, and tuberculosis is a prevent- I
able disease. Bad teeth, bad eyes. I
and other defects could be corrected
if taken in time.
Dr. Judd, dentist, Bank of Emmett
building.
FOR SALE—Furnished house at First
and Johns ave. Mrs. A. DeClark.
Mrs. George Rinker went to Nyasa
last Monday on professional business.
A baby daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Georye Burdge on Tuesday.
Mrs. M. Munson came over from
Boise Saturday for a visit with old
time friends.
Charlie Gamage informs us that he
has 12Û soldiers' pictures on display
in his gallery.
I will buy your fat hogs. Notify me
by phone if you have any to sell.
Sollie Callender.
Charlie Goodsell was down from
Cascade several days this week to
visit home folks.
Perry Oxley is over from Boise to
work at the grading and levelling in
the Riverside addition.
Miss Hazel Stilson has resumed her
position as saleslady in the Golden
Rule after a month's rest.
F. A. Cox of Sutherland, Neb. was
in Emmett this week. He is an old
time acquaintance of William Thorn
ing.
County Agent A. L. Berry went to
Moscow Monday to attend a meeting
of the extension bureau. He expects
to be gone all week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tappan, who
came over from Boise upon receiving
news of the death of his father, re
turned home yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barringer,
who were here visiting their father
and sister over Sunday, returned to
Boise the first of the week.
I am in the market for cattle and
hogs. Expect to ship a car of hogs
on Friday. Those having fat hogs to
sell notify me by phone. Sollie Cal
lender.
There were 800,000 deaths from in
fluenza-pneumonia in the United
States during the year 1918. The
world figures for the disease was six
million.
Butler Morris, a bench fanner, is
expected home today from a three
weeks' visit to his old home in Don
iphan county. His sister and her hus
band will accompany him.
Mrs. Rosalie Crosthwaite and Mrs.
Helen Marty of Portland arrived last
Thursday for a fortnight's visit at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Bul
lock. Mrs. Crosthwaite is a sister of
Mrs. Bullock. The ladies expect to
remain until next Monday.
Forest J. W. Kimball from
Garden Valley and Frank Miller from
High valley were in Emmett Tuesday
and Wednesday to attend the stock
men's meeting and other matters con
nected with their duties in the forest.
B. C. Davidson, who has been very
ill with influenza in Seattle for a
month past, arrived home Friday. He
is still quite weak and will be con
fined to his home for several weeks.
He lost 25 pounds during his illness.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hoistad, who re
cently sold their residence on Second
street to Richard Sutton, wil give pos
session March 1 and will move into
one of Mike Gibride's houses on Third
street.
Mrs. M. B. Carter of Boise, whose
husband is working with his brother-in
law, C. Whitman in the plumbing busi
ness, came over Tuesday to join the
family in celebrating Mr. Carter's
birthday.
Cascade departed Tuesday for their
new home at Enterprise, Ore. Mrs.
Coulter and the children have spent
tbe P** 1 two weeks visiting her par
ents ^ r - an< * ^® rs - P°Hy> an< *
were i° ined b ? Mr - Coulter to con
t ' nue journey,
Frank Berry, who a few weeks ago
underwent an operation for cataract
over one eye, has made a remarkable
recovery and feels quite certain of the
restoration of sight to the affected
member, and the subsequent strength
ing of the other. Naturally, Mr. Ber
ry and his friends are elated over the
success of the operation.
Lee Tappan arrived from New
[York Tuesday in response to a mess
age informing him of the death of
his father and will remain until Tues
Lee is a student
F. C. Horn, one of the noted en
gineers of Idaho, and for a numoer
of years consulting engineer of the
Canyon canal, died at his home in
Boise Sunday morning followi ig a
stroke of paralysis.
W. H. Appel and C. M. Park re
turned last week from Parma, where
they had been engaged for several
weeks in erecting a farm house on
Mr. Appel's ranch there, Mr. Parks
being the carpenter.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Coulter of
next week.
' n a fem ' nar y in New York aid i~
tak,n * s P«' ial ,rainln 8 >" ser
v ' ce work ' During the war he left
** school work to join the army, but
was not Permitted to go to France,
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Furs Wanted
The New York Store will pay the
highest prices for all kind« of furs.
1
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G. M. Paulsen was over from Wilbur
Saturday.
* B. K. Prestel of Boise visited his
brother, Dr. H. H. Prestel yesterday,
Miss Estelle Fisher of Spokane,
Wash, is guest of her sister Mrs.
Emard in Riverside addition.
Sollie Callender went to Cascade
last week and bought a caruad of
oats, which he shipped to Emmett
Mesdames W. E. Pence, A. L. Pence
and George Nesbitt spent a few hours
in Emmett Tuesday enroute to Boiie.
A local committee has received re-'A.
quests from Y. W. C. A. headquarters
at Boise for the instituting of a drive
for funds to meet the various needs
of this great organization. Gem j
county's quota is but $65, and the 1
eommittee anticipates no difficulty in [
covering this amount. Mrs. F. G. j
Carpenter has been appointed as ■
county chairman.
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THE EMMETT INDEX
Distributors for Gem County
P. W. Wharton, the Ola merchant
was an Emmett visitor Friday and
Saturday.
J. Jackson, who has been feeding a
bunch of cattle for Jas Steward, ex
pects to leave Friday for Weiser to
reside.
Mrs. G. A. Warden went to Boise
Saturday for a few days' visit with
friends, returning home Wednesday
evening.
Berkeley, Calif., to spend a few weeks
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Jackson.
Mrs. Ray Lyman is here from
Notice is hereby given that I will
pay all warrants of Emmett Independ
ent School District No. 9 of Emmetts
vile upon presentation at my office in
Bank of Emmett on and after Satur
day, February 22, 1919.
E. K. HAYES, Treasurer.
School Warrant Call

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