Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco
Date: November 2 1915
Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho
Source: University of Idaho Library
Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Litch returned Saturday from a month's stay in North Dakota, having been called thither by the death of Mr. Litch's mother.
E.R. Northrup and family were called to Palouse Wednesday night [October 27] by the death of Mr. Northrup's mother, Mrs. J.C. Northrup. Mrs. Northrup was well known here [Harvard], the family having made their summer home in the Hoodoos for nearly twenty years. Mrs. Northrup had been in poor health for a long time, and her calling away was not altogether unexpected. By her gentle, sympathetic ways she won the friendship and esteem of all whom she met, and her many friends here feel that a vacancy has been left in their midst that will be hard to fill, and who extend to the sorrowing relatives, their sincere sympathy, in their great bereavement.
Princeton--Can any one tell what ails Mr. Sheldon? Oh! yes, he received news from Onaway that he is grandpa to a nice baby boy. His daughter, Mrs. Evan Guernsey is the mother.
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