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Hobart Howard, Walter, Robert and Francis are here for a few weeks to put in their crops at their ranch. Mrs. Waite Hunter is still at hospital in town and will remain there /or awhile. Mra. Geo Koontz was a Tuesday morning visitor at the Virgil Beers home. Vet. Conyers is helping spray at the J. P. Gray orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rogers called at the Dennison home Sunday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. C. Hubbard and child ren were Sunday afernoon callers the Virgil Beers home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sister and children were Tuesday visitors at the W. H. Sister home. Mr. and Mra. A. E. Vallad, Nettie and Stella Luhr of Payette spent Sun day at the Henry Luhr home. Frank Brambler took his cattle to the hllla Saturda ing them at the past few months. Mr. and Mrs. Will Burdell spent Monday evening at the George David son home. Ora, Idella, Marie and. Wayne were Monday evening visitors at the Bro-1 gan-Martin home. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lusty were Easter dinner guests at the W. H. Cammerer home. Mr. and Mrs. John Hereth and son Charles and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Conrad and daughter Katherine were Easter dinner guests at the Martin Hereth home. Mr. L. Brogan took Sunday dinner at the C. C. Johns home. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hereth and aon came up from Parma Saturday to visit with relatives. They spent Sat urday with the Henry Conrad family. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whiteside and Maxime were Friday evening visitors with Henry Kreisenbeck and family. Vera and Elizabeth Rester were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Luhr home. He has been feed Hereth home the 7 John There were about eighty-seven in attendanc# at the Easter Sunday ; acbool and program at the Dunkard church held at the W. H. Sisler home I Sunday. After the program a basket dinner was served. | Mr. and Mr*. Jake Conrad and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kraus and children were Sunday| evening callers at the Fred Schadt i home. I Mrs. George Davidson and Mrs. C. j Lusty spent Monday afternoon at the ! Brogan-Martin home. Mrs. E. M. Williams I f Wilder spent from Tuesday until Saturday visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Har- 1 vey Hyde and parents, Mr. and Mr*. L, Brogan and sister, Mrs. George Martin. Mrs. Harvey Hyde and son returned home with Mrs. Williams t j Wilder Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. i L. Burk took them to Wilder. i Raymond and Willis Davidson, Fred Brogan and Richard Besteller Sunday evening visitors at the I*. A. Limbaugh home. Mrs. James Heath entertained her ■Sunday school elass Easter day at her hume. The P. T, A. will hold u cooked food sale at Emmett soon. The date has not been set yet. Mr. and Mrs. io M • W. E. Cox and child len were Easter dinner guests at the Robert Gordon home. The P. T. A. meeting was well at tended Friday afternoon. Mes. Char lie Whitsell was elected President, Mrs. James Little, vice president, and Mrs. James Heath, secretary and trea surer. Joe Otto of High valley was a Sat urday evening caller at tne L. Brogan home. Mr. and Mra. George Davidson and Florence were Sunday evening callers at the S. A. Russell home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Aston and child ren took Easter dinner with Mr. and Mr*. Robert Smith and family. Robert Howard and son Walter ate Tuesday dinner at the Ward Fuller home. Mrs. James Heath called on Mrs. H. Eby Monday afternoon. Mra. Will Bane spent several days last week with her sister. Mrs. Henry Kreisenbeck, the little Kroizenbeck baby has been and is very ill yet. Mr. and Mrs. James Heath, H arold and May were Monday evening visi tors at the Richard Kraut home. Mr and Mrs. John Patno spent Sun «lay night and Wednesday at the Homer A. Davis home. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buck spent Easter at the John Burdell Sr. home Mrs. George Koontz was a Tuesday afternoon caller of Mrs. Charlie Hoops. Mrs. Waite Hunter and children are with Mrs. Hunters parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rynearson now. Mrs. George Martin spent Wed nesday wih Mrs. Fred Martin. June Gordon and Olive Cox attend ed the Baptist picnic Sunday. Helêii Cox spent the week end with Gertrude Shaw at Emmett. Mr. and Mra. Boise Riggs, Sr. were Sunday guests at the Claude White side home. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. laraon Mr. and Mrs. William Fickert were Monday evening callers at the W. E. Cox home. Charlie Whitsell and wife spent Sunday at the Will Whitsell home. and BISSELL CREEK Mrs. Erneat Kroush and daughter spent Sunday at the Jett Hill home. Mrs. John Soran and sons « ere | Saturday night and Sunday visitors at the W. E. Hill home. John Patno spent Monday and Tues day at the L. M. Smith home. Mrs. S. A. Russell called on Mrs. Claude Whiteside Thurs«lay afternoon Velma and Allen Howard attended ; the Easter program at Sisler's Sun il rs. da Earl Seaman and daughter were Monday afternoon visitors at the E. J. Teerink home. Mrs. James Howard has been ill with the flu the past few days. Mrs. W. Head called at the E. J. Teerink home one day last week. Robert Howard and son Robert took supper at the John Soran home Mon day evening. Francis Howard W. H. Sisler home. Richard Bosteder spent Sunday is staying at the nicht with Fnd Brogan. Jack Sorac exporta hia brother Frank Soran about Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Smith and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the Homer A. Davis home. V. T. Craig ate Sunday dinner at the Walter Craig home. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Head spent Sunday in Emmett. Henry Schoening was re-elected school director at tne school election Saturday. Jr., the j HANNA Mrs, Newbey is again making her home on the bench with her aon Eschol, after spending the winter in Emmett. W. L, Nicol was a caller at the Frint home Sunday afternoon. Robert Howard and two eldest sons are here from Smiths Prairie to put the Howard ranch into crops. He re ports two feet of snow in ms locality Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Burkhard were Sunday callers at the Eschol Newby home. Thoe. Maddock spent the week end at the Madsen home. Mrs. Wayman and Miss Josephine spent Sunday at R. B. Wentworths. Cards were received by friends an g the birth of a little Wayland, to Mr. nouncm Gerald William H. Johnson on the 11th of April. Mrs. Johnson will be remem l«*red by her many friends as Miss Maude Comer who was a most popu lar teacher in the Hanna school two son and Mrs years »go. LOWER MESA In spite of had weather a sized crowd collected at the baseball field Sunday when the Lower Mesa boy* and the Letha team contested for the victory. Letha came out winner, but the boys of the bench may be able to turn the tables if they get lined up better next time. The Hansen boys are proud posses sors of new baseball paraphenillu und w j|| „o doubt now practice baseball a || u f their spare time, Hazel Newman spent Easter in Era melt. Among the neighborhood visitors at the county seat Saturday were Mr. an ,| Mrs. Loy and two children, Mrs. Newman, Mrs. Ethel Cooper, Mrs Ed Doherty, daughter Cassie and son Edebard. Miss Cassie Doherty cume home to spend Easter. She is teaching at Big Bmd, Ore. good Mr. Mursters of Eagle came with a helper and took the cattle away which he purchased last week, Mrs. I-oy was in Emmett Satur day having some dental work done. The I.oys rode in with Mr. Spaulding Lewis Cooper went to Emmett on business mutters Monday. Mrs. Jerome und her daughters have moved upon the Dotson place on Clipper Flats. Mrs. was a caller in the vicinity last week hunting eggs with which to set her incubator. Mrs. Hansen seems to he the first to have fried chicken around here, Her early fries were hatched early in the winter, Charles Grove and Dwyer Barnett were among the spectators at the hallgame Sunday. Mr. Burliiuiham is working for Roy White, the New Plymouth hardware man. Mr. White now owns the Frank tin runch on the New Plymouth bench, and Mr. Burlingham is running the pluce for him. Mr. Loree was looking for hay on the Lower Mesa Saturday. Also a Letha man was trying to buy hay. There seems to be a scarcity of hay, down here at least. Hazel Newman returned from Port land last week where she was visiting Harvey Ruit was elected a member of the school board Saturday, to suc ceed Charley Cooper, whose term ex pired this spring. I LETHA Ed Bott is recovering from a belat ed attack of the flu. A .E. Pomeroy has been doing field worked for Ed Bott since he has been m. Fred Hale went to Emmett by train Thursday. George Ewing went to Emmett last Thursday by train to get his car which was up for repairs. Kay Hunter, Kay Ballinger and Lois Spoor were Friday visitors at school. The boys went to Bramwell Friday afternoon to play Letha is reported to have won the ball and game. The election in District No. 21 drew a large crowd and a big vote was polled. C. A. Robinson was elected director to succeed himself. The Henderson family visited at C. B. Pitts's Sunday. The Pitta boys were hosts to the dinner Easter Grant following boys who enjoyed and an afternoon of fun. Sunday. Richard Battan, I^ichty.Leland Scott and Chilis Riggs. The i ouster family went to Emmett Saturday to Sabbath school, Mrs. Feaster accompanied them. The sheriff called on Henry Riggs Monda)' on business. D. F. Bott is at work again after a tedious illlneas with the flu. Joe Scott arrived home Wednes«lay from Homedale where he has been working, he leave again soon to work on the highway near Parma. Bismark Youtsler transacted busi ness in Emmett Wednesday. SWEET The play "In Sweet Valley" which was presented at the hall Friday night was witnessed by a crowded house. The proceeds were $37.(50. Quite a number remained for the dance, which followed, and remained until the wee small hours of morning. The entire proceeds from the play and dance were $56.00, the expenses to be taken from that, and the remainder going into a Reserve Fund for the benefit of the sick in the M. W. A. lodge. There is some rumor that the play will be presented at Montour soon. A very nice Eafter program was given by the Sunday school Easter morning. Those who were not pres ent missed quite a treat. Mr. C. G. Goodwin went to Boise Sunday, and expects to return Wed nesday. Mrs. Howard Goodwin infant daughter are expected to turn with him. Mrs. Bert Cox and sons Elvis Claude were Easter dinner guests the Ward Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Montgomery have a new baby daughter, born last Wednesday morning, April 12th. Mrs. Montgomery and children are stay-1 ing here with Mr. Montgomery's mother. Eb Biggers was in the neighborhood Sunday from Brownlee. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Droschkey spent a few days last week with her sister Uwen Harrington, who is working for Owen Dix, took a bunch of rattle to pasture upon Brownlee Monday. Mrs. Harry Woods, of Brownlee spent Monday visiting her sister, Mrs. Jim Knowlton. , Ted Moore was badly injured Sun day evening, when his horse which he was riding, became tangled in barb wiie. Ted attempted to get off and! extridate the horse, but before he could do so, it fell and rolled onto him. He went to Emmett Monday for medi cal care. It was not known, when he left how serious his injuries were but last reports were that he'd be able to return home within 4 o 5 days. Grandma Hill has returned home after spending several weeks with her children in Boise and vicinity. B. Seetin was down from Brown lee Monday after some alfalfa seed, which hi purchased of Mr. Goodwin. Mrs. Bert Cox says she has a record breaking egg, which one of her Ply mouth Rock hens recently laid. The egg measured ti'A in. by 7 3-4th in. Mrs. Jim Knowlton called at the Harry Hartman home Tuesday after noon. Mrs. Jim Knowlton. Vernie Sweet had a near attack of blood poisoning last week, when he ran u splinter of charred wood into his band, while setting fence posts, and the wound became infected. He still carries u lame hand as the re suit. C. 0. Montgomer soon to move to traded their property here to Lawson ; Hill for his ranch on Brownlee. y and family are Brownlee, ha-In HAW CREEK Mrs, Beatty spent Sunday after church at the Claude Barnes home. Mrs. Tennyson and children motor ed to Caldwell and spent Easter with her parents. Mrs. Freeman and Eu gene went with them. Mr. Fest suffered a fractured an kle las! week, when a horse he was breaking kicked a stick, the stick hit ting Mr. Fest on the ankle. The Ed Francis family spent Eas ter in Emmett. Joe Smith and sons Everett and Andrew and little Miss Blanche at tended Easter services in Emmett Sunday evening. Mrs. Fred Baisch is on the sick list und Anna has been staying at home from school, doing the work. Miss Irene White and Dwight Shaw spent Easter Sunday at the Vanfleet home. Mrs. Claude Barnes entertained his Sunday school class Sunday afternoon Mrs. Ed Francis spent Monday af U I noon with Mrs. Matt Bilbrey. Clark Pryor and Claude Barnes have been helping Mr. C. M. Rester »pray. Miss Alone Kroush spent Saturday and Sunday with home falks. Mrs. Ira White and little Margaret spent Easter Sunday at the L. A. White home. Mrs. Tennyson motored to Boise Tuesday. Andrew Smith and Cecil Francis went to Scout meeting Tuesday even ing and Andrew spent the night with Cecil. OLA I William Peron returned Monday to Eden, Idaho, where he is engaged in the haybaling business. J. M. DeMasters went to Emmett Saturday to receive a bunch of cattle he has purchased. Grant Vaughan and Sherman Glenn were business visitors in Emmett Monday and Tuesday. Hans Peterson of Caldwell was look ing after his interests here last week. E. T. Whitlock took his wife to Em mett last Saturday for some dental work. Miss Hester Gross returned from Pearl to her home at Gross where she has been teaching school. Jess Albin came in on the stage Monday night and is going into High valley for a few days. Dan Griffith went to Boise inger has gone out for medical treat ment. Ranger Potter returned from Boise where he has been attending school for the past three months, to resume his duties. George Peron, one of the oldest pioneers of this section of Idaho pass ed sway at his home on April 11. He was well liked by all that knew him and was always ready to lend a help ing band. His home was the center of social gatherings, until a few years ago, when his health failed and he be came an invalid. He was bom in the state of New York Sept. 10, 18-14 and moved with his parents to Illinois, when a small bey. He enlisted in the Civil war at the age of 20 years and served 1 % vears in Co. E 15th Iowa Infantry, charged. and Ralph Blessinger Monday. Mrs. Bless He was honorably dis Dec. 26, I860 he married Maranda Perkins at Washingto Kan. In 1877 they crossed the plains to Idaho, coming direct to Boise, then in the fall of 1878 they moved on a homestead near Ola. They have re sided on and near the same place ever since. n, Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our many friends for their kindness and sympathy ex tended during the Illness and death of our beloved husband and father.— Mrs. George Perori, William Peron and family. SOUTH SLOPE Mesdames Hargus, Lathrop. Hoover and Dolphin- called on Mrs. Warden, Wednesday afternoon, representing the Baptist Aid society. C. A, Danielson has been a victim of the flu, thjs yet quite poorly, C. W. Cook had the help of hoys, two days this week and set 1000 prune trees. at Mr. and Mrs. Rader called at Modin home Sunday evening. The young folks had a hard times party at the Modin home Saturday evening, and the usual good time. The Lincoln correspondent has kindly word for all, in his items. The j young man has a talent for wording a newsy column and I for one would j like 'to see the compiling of all the news south of Emmett given to this j young scribe: It would be very ac ! ceptable* to the South Slope corres 1 pondent, who feels the many duties ; a housewife of added years^ a good excuse for discontinuing writing the South Slope news July 1, 1922. The three young folks in the Henry ilarpt home, are at a lost to know what became of their driving horse Fanny. Last Monday they drove to school as usual, unhitched and put their faithful horse in the barn, leav | ing the door open a little to give bet Emmett to Horseshoe Bend, Garden Valley, Cascade, New Meadows and Indian Valley, from Emmett. The U. and A. club will entertain their Pre aident in a most fitting manner and we who know what a splendid reputa tion these ladies have as hostesses are certainly delighted to know a state official is to enjoy that hospitality, The Crescent Improvement club en joyed the hospitality of Mrs. Wal ter Knox on last Friday, where the usual club work was run thru follow ing which the club went in a body to the Wardwell school and viewed the "Thistle Prints" with the wonderful work of the Emmett students. The lat« spring, and ter ventilation. At night nothing was to be seen of her and up to Wednes day had not been located, ltss to say they are much troubled over their loss. The L'. and A. club of the Mesa have joined the Federation of Wo mens club, and are soon to receive the official visit of their President Mrs. Bertha S. Green of Mountain Home, Idaho. Mrs. Green goes from It is need display was certainly beyound de scription, wheiy you think of it, you realize it was just the kind of an ex hibit the pupils would make under the careful direction of Supt. Knipe and the various instructors, and the only exhibits of its kind, save those under Supt. Knipe direction of previous years: It should be kept on display always. Mrs. Frank Carpenter was unanim ous voted in as a member of the Cres cent club last Friday. .Mrs. Carpen ter lives in Emmett and we are very glad to have her help in our club af fairs. DISTRICT NO. 10 Mrs. Lee W. Pfost went to Emmett Friday afternoon. EMMETT VARIETY CO. Member of Variety Store Association, over 700 Stores as a Buying Unit. Mail orders solicited. Include Parcel Post charges with all mail orders. __95c Men's fine ribbed union suits. 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Emmett, Idaho Ford Car Has Many New Refinements Asserting that Ford cars are cheaper and better to day than they ever have been before, the statement adds that fuel consumption is lower; the engine is even more efficient than formerly; improvements iri the springs and steering apparatus insure easier riding and driving qual ities; a new headlamp lens, which complies with all state laws and improves the road light ; the new Ford carburetor gives increased acceleration; and many other minor better ments have been made. Place your order early and avoid the spring rush. M. & M. Garage FORD AUTHORIZED SALES & SERVICE LINCOLN MOTOR CARS Phone 22. First and Washington Sts. Mrs. Earney Brown and son Roy | The election was held at the Van-1 derdasson school Saturday. : Joe Henderson was absent Thurs called at the Riggs and Wallace homes Wednesday. day on account of illness. Miss Gertrude Twilegar and Mr. Dewey Bilbrey were married Wednes day at Fruitland. The young couple will make their home on the W. H. Twilegar place this summer.