Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco
Date: November 9 1915
Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho
Source: University of Idaho Library
Marriage licenses: Carl Granlund of Troy, to Annie Sandstrom of Troy; A.W. Daniel of Moscow, to Robena Gossett of Moscow; Russell G. Wilson to Ruby M. Biegel, both of Spokane; J.H. Glasser of Troy, to Millie Chadek of Moscow; Arthur L. Johnson to Selma Arbamson, both of Moscow; Carl Richard to Elizabeth Broemmeling, both of Genesee; Thomas Halpin to Frances Kern, both of Moscow; James C. Hunter to Gena F. Beck, both of Moscow; James Herbert Read to Isabelle Funk, both of Troy.
John O. Carr and Susan Kirchnopf both of Linden, Idaho.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Nelson of East Sixth, Saturday evening, November 6, 1915, a girl.
The advent of the second daughter in the household of Adrian Nelson Saturday evening [November 6] seems to be the cause of a perpetual smile on the face of the court deputy.
Peter Olaus Oien and Martin Nygaard, natives of Norway, and now residents of Potlatch, Idaho, have filed their petitions for naturalization with the clerk of the district court.
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