The Idaho Post
The Idaho Post
Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco

Date: November 26 1915

Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho

Source: University of Idaho Library

Richard Nostsger and Miss Maude Mix, prominent society people of Moscow, were married at noon Thursday [November 25] at the home of State Senator and Mrs. Jerome J. Day by the Rev. David H. Hare, of the Presbyterian church. The event was followed by an elaborate dinner and was attended by many prominent out of town people, relatives and friends, including Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Day of Wallace, president of Federal Mining company; Miss Florence Zumhoff, county school superintendent; Miss May Kirby of Wallace, and Miss Permeal French, dean of women at the University of Idaho. Others in attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. N. Williamson, Senator and Mrs. Jerome J. Day of Moscow; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boice, Portland; Mrs. C.O. Brown of Orofino, and others.

The bride is a daughter of Frank E. Mix, a pioneer, and sister of Mrs. Jerome J. Day, Gainford P. Mix, manager of the Idaho National Harvester company, William R. Mix, John P. Mix, Frank M. Mix, Mrs. William Marsh, and Miss Abbie Mix of Sandpoint, all of whom attended the wedding and dinner.

For several weeks many showers were given in honor of the bride by clubs, sororities and friends. The bride was formerly a faculty member of the Lewiston normal and school superintendent of Clearwater county. The newlyweds left for Spokane and coast points including the Panama-Pacific exposition. The groom, who has been in business here, will engage in the mercentile business at Orofino.

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Mrs. Saros of Genesee was committed to the asylum at Orofino by Judge Steele today. She will be taken away tomorrow.

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Mrs. Louisa Langdon Barton died at San Diego a few days ago after a brief illness. Mrs. Barton was 57 years of age. Mrs. Barton leaves two sons and three daughters and a former husband, all residing at Boise, but Mrs. W.J. Hunter and E.S. Barton of Moscow.

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Kendrick--Howard Fenton and Miss Maybelle Grice of Kendrick were married at Moscow Tuesday, November 22nd. They were accompanied to Moscow by the bride's parents. The young couple expect to make an extended trip to the east on their honeymoon.

Submitted: 11/07/05

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