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Neighborhood News EWARTSVILLE Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Maston, Mrs. Wood worth of Moscow. Ida., and Mrs. Star of Ohio, were Sunday guests at the S. J. Snyder homo. Mrs. Star re cently arrived from her homo In Ohio and Is a sister-in-law of Grand mother Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Brannon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Brannon, Mary Burnett, Elza Bran non and Grandmother Brannon mot ored to Spokane Sunday, where they spent the day with relatives. Grand mother Brannon remained to visit her daughter, Mrs. Commodore Hen dricks, for a few days. Mrs. Emma James, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Whitten, left on Monday for Lewis ton, Idaho, to spend a few days visit ■ ing friends. Miss Doris Stephenson, Vernon Stephenson and Floyd Antels of Pull man spent Sunday evening at the L. R. Rucker home. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Klemgard mot ored to Spokane, returning home Saturday. They were accompanied on their return by .Miss Mildred Klemgard, who had been visiting friends in Spokane fpr several days. Mrs. F. O. Hodges and her sister, Mix. Ardilla Hill, of Seattle, were callers at the V. L. Higgins and J. M. Klemgard homes Tuesday after noon. Miss Edna Boundy spent Wednes day and Thursday of last week as the guest Of Mrs. Fred Paullus. Mrs. J. M. Klemgard spent Thurs day in Colfax. Miss Florence Allen 01 Wilcox, who has been assisting Mrs. L. R. Rucker with her housework, was called home Sunday by the illness of her sister, Mrs. Archie Kneale, with whom she expects to spend the re mainder of the summer. H. W. Hodges has returned home from the Northwest sanitarium, where he underwent a serious opera tion about two weeks ago. Mrs. M. E. Rucker returned Fri day from a three-months trip spent in visiting relatives in Missouri, Ar kansas and Illinois. She is ln very poor health and is confined to her home." • Miss Florence Allen called on Mrs. Fred Paullus Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Whitten anc' daughter, Miss Lora. of Vera, are spending this week at the C. H Whitten home. Mr/and Mrs. W. 11. Pritchard and little son, John Robert, and Miss Roth Baker, motered to Viola Sun day and spent the day on a picnic. M. Farley and Lee' Roy Rucker have been at the W. H. Pritchard home several days this week .assist ing in the rigging up of the Pritch ard-Rucker combine. Miss Mildred Klemgard spent this week with Mrs. V. L. Hlggins. * The annual camp meeting at the Saints' Home is being well attended. The meetings v.ill bo held until the 6th of July. Mrs. Chas. Vollmer and daughter, Virginia, returned home Saturday from Berkeley, .Calif., whore they had been visiting the former's moth er, Mrs. Hattie Myers, and sister, Miss Esther Myers. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Olson and chil dren are enjoying a camping trip at Newman lake this week. Prank Carrothers was an the sick list last week. V. L. Hlggins was a Moscow visitor - Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Smith were Sunday guests at the A. F. Carroth ers home. An old-fashioned barn dance will be given by J. S. Klemgard at his Cloverdale farm Monday evening to celebrate the completion of the new Klemgard barn. Everybody Invited. Bring your lunch. Frank Brannon. who spent several months In the navy, has returned to the home of his uncle, Sherman Brannon. Mrs. Ardilla Hill of Seattle, who has been visiting her sister. Mrs. F. A. Hodges, left the first of the week for Starbuck to visit the C. S. Hill family. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Young and son. Iteade, motored to Spokane Monday, returning Tuesday. Miss Patsy Klemgard spent Tues day with friends in Colfax, 1 Wallle Paullus, who spent tome time at Dayton, has returned home. Mrs. Thomas Jenkins, formerly Miss Letha Farley, arrived Tuesday from her home at the Tamarack mine, near Wa11.,-,. Idaho, to visit at the home of her brother, M. Far ley. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Kellogg and son, Joe Kincaid, returned home Monday from an automobile trip to Valler, Mont., where Mr. Kellogg has a ranch. •> ROSE CREEK Mr. R. E. Ethredge and son. Jas. Ethredge. bought the Whiteley place last week. The R. E. Ethredge family will move on the 40 acres containing the house in the fall and Mr. James Ethredge will have the other 40 acres. Mr. Oscar Maston has a new Chev rolet car. Among those from Rose Creek dis trict who attended the services at the Saints' Home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Parr and family, Mr. Ira Draper and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Calloway and son, Russell. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ethredge and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Ethredge au toed to Lamona, Lincoln county, last week to see Mr. and Mrs. John Dor gun. They report that crops look very good from here to Spokane, but from Harrington on they were badly burned. Henry Neel of Pullman was out at Fallons to attend the warehouse meeting Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ethredge and family were entertained at the James Ethredge homo on Sunday. Philip Metzner of Ritzville is visit ing his daughter, Mrs. Ora Ethredge, and family. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Newell and son. Dallas, started Thursday on a camp lug trip. They will go to Lake Chat colet then to Spokane and to Liberty lake, where they will visit Mrs. Newell's sister at the Zepher hotel. They will then continue their trip to Coeur d'Alene, expecting to ar rive there for the regatta on th**- Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kinder and family spent Monday with Mrs. Kin der's sister, Mrs. Ralph Hathaway, and family. Ira Draper of Troy. Idaho, visited his cousin, J. C. Parr, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Ethredge and children, also Mr. Metzner, autoed to Steptoe to see Mr. Metzner's other daughter, Mrs. Parr. W. E. Benedict and Carl Reid have purchased a new hay and straw chop per with which they are well pleased. It chopped three loads of hay in 18 minutes at the Reid ranch Monday. Rufus Kinder is able to be about again. Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Petersen and daughter. Geneva, spent Sunday at the XXX C. Jarron home. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kinder .and family visited Mrs. Kinder's parents, Mi. and Mrs. Spray, in Palouse, Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reid and son. George, and Mr. George Reid of the Banner district and Miss Peevey of Albion took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Benedict and later in the afternoon all called on Mrs. Lee Mael.ln Pullman. Philip Fobs has bought a Ford, and he motored to Kennewick Monday. Mrs. Marlon Fan- and son, Claude Epos, of Spokane spent Sunday at the Roy Kirkendall home. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Grant and two sens have been visiting In Penewawa for a few days. Mrs. Dorothy Baucom of Portland. Ore., spent severe! days with her sis ter, .Mr.. Roy Kirkendall, and family. Mrs. William A Olson attended the I). A. H. picnic at Tanglewood Saturday afternoon. STALEY-CHAMBERS Clair Spence, who recently re turned from France, visited his sis ter. .Mrs J. o. Cooper, last week. R. P. Proctor was a Spokane vis itor the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maston and daughter, Miss Juanita. attended the Elberton picnic. Mr. and Mrs. U. Hedglsn, Mr. C. i* and Mrs. F. A. Jennings motored to Palouse falls Sunday. John Sodorff has been assisting Oscar Maston of Fallons for the past week. Clarence Flood Is pulling trees on j the Chas. Kincaid farm with his big Holt tractor. Last Friday night about 100 friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson I gathered at their homo and treated them to a real charivari. Mr and Mrs. M. angstl called at j the C. S. Gray homo Friday night of last week. Mrs. Leonard Ailor and children visited at the P. J. Jensen home Sun day. I Mrs. J. O. Cooper and children visited at C. E. Jennings' home Mon day afternoon. CLINTON Llnzsey Sodorff was a visitor at the F. Markowski home on Saturday evening and Sunday. Misses Georgia Wolfe and Mabel Adams were Tue3day visitors at the XV. M. Benedict home. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Largent were Wednesday visitors at the W. H. Wolfe home. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Woods, Mrs. Ruby Eaton and Elvin and Lawrence Wood were Sunday evening visitors at the T. E. Wiley home. Hijle Hansen made a business trip to Spokane Friday and returned Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. James Clark were Sunday visitors at the Cloid Clark home. Mrs. Cloid Clark is on the sick list this week. -* George Largent and Misses Anna Largent and May Jensen were Fri day visitors at the "A*. 'H. Wolfe home. Mr. and Mrs. Keller and Mr. and Mrs. Hall were Sunday visitors at the XV. W. Robertson home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weber and their nephew, Floyd Weber, left for Nezperce to spend the Fourth of July. Mrs. T. B. McMurray and chil dren were visitors at the A. L. Haynes home from Thursday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haynes and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Haynes went on a fishing trip and returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kimble and Winfrey and Raymond Kimble went on a trip to St. Mary's and returned Monday. Mr. T. B. McMurray and his hired ii an went on a fishing trip to Elk river and returned Sunday. Mrs. A. L. Haynes is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. R. Brown were Sunday visitors at the Julius Cherpll lod home. Mr. .1. R. Brown left Tuesday on a business trip to Winona. Misses Ruth and Evelyn Haynes were Monday afternoon visitors at the W. M. Benedict home. Mr. and Mrs. Miglft and sons are visiting at the B. L. Leonard home. Their intention is to locate here. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Leonard and family and Mr. and Mrs. Miglft and family were visitors at the Sieman home Sunday. News has been received by Mrs. XV. H. Wolfe that her nephew, Rstf eigh Largent, who has been in the service overseas, is expected home soon. The Clinton Grange held a meet ins Saturday. After the meeting was over a short, program was given and supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Matsen, Mrs. S. N. Matsen. Laurine and Donald Matsen of Bickleton, Mrs. R. T. Jack son, Karl Jackson and Edith Jack son, of Portland, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Jackson of Dot, arrived last week to visit at the home of H. L. Haynes. They are all relatives and had a jolly time. BANNER Mrs. Ross Hedglen was visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Petersen, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Gossett visited with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hughes Sun day. "Mother" Eldredge called on Mrs. Aug. Anderson Friday afternoon. Mrs. Chester Christopher returned home Wednesday after staying with relatives near Palouse since Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Darland and lit tle son. Ray, of Arlington, Oregon, while on their way to Spokane, stop ped off and visited the former's aunt, and uncle, Mr. and Mr;. J. W. Dar land. Saturday and Sunday. Geo. Reid was taken suddenly ill- Monday night necessitating a physi cian's call, lie is better at present. Mr. and Mrs. L. Ostrotn and daughter, Martha, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oberg and family were Sunday afternoon guests at the W. E. Law- sen home Mr. and Mrs Jerry Swart and children, Geraldlne and Donald, of Yakima, are visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs H. H. Curtis. Mrs. Swart Is a sister of Mrs. Curtis. Miss Bess Hately was visiting at the Aug. Johnson home Monday. Mr. and Mm. W. W. Cochran vis ited with Mrs. Worley Hately Sun day while the men folks went to the Viola mountains to gel strawberries. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Curtis and family and Mr. and Mrs. Swart and family visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Coppick Sunday. Mrs. 0, T. Gossetl, Mrs. H. H. Cur tis and Mrs. Jerry Swart were at the home of Mrs. J. XV. Darland as visitors Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Lillian Johnson was assisting "Mother" Eldredge with her house hold duties the latter part of last week. THE PULLMAN HERALD Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lauer from Montana, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Simpson from Albion and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Calloway and son, Russell, were vis itors at the J. H. Simpson home Wed nesday of this week. The following persons were among those 'in attendance at the meetings at the Saints Home last Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Jacobson and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Darland and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. Peter sen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Olson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lawson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCumber, Mrs. Etta Law son and two sons, Miss Aldyth Smith, Miss Lois Smith and Miss Agnes Ro deen. Mr. and Mrs. L. XV. Dawson and family from Pullman visited Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Pritchard Tuesday. C. W. Taylor, Carson, Jr.," and daughter, Jennie, and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Simms of Spokane motored to Lewiston Saturday last. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wexler and Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Pritchard drove to the Elberton picnic Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Simms re turned to their home in Spokane Sunday after spending a week at the home of Mrs. Simms' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Taylor. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wexler attend ed the Hunt and Wexler picnic at Pullman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Morris from Moscow visited at the B. I. Pickell home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Stirewalt and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shafer spent Sun day at Staiey visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Freeman. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gray and fam ily attended the camp meeting at the Saints Home Sunday last. O'Dell Bishop, manager of the Al powa orchard tract at Lewiston. Ida., spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hooper, re turning to his place of business Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shafer and Mr. and .Mrs. ('has. Stirewalt drove to Sandpoint, Idaho, Tuesday, where they will visit, for a day or so and return to Hayden Lake to celebrate the Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hooper re ceived word tnat their son, William, bad landed at Newport News, Va.. on June 21. 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