Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco
Date: May 2 1913
Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho
Source: University of Idaho Library
Matilda Weiss of near Farmington, was adjudged insane Wednesday [April 30] by Probate Judge Morgareidge and was committed to the asylum at Orofino. Mrs. Weiss came to this country from Germany only a year ago as a bride. The case is rendered doubly sad by the presence of a little four week's old boy in the Weiss home.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. F.A. David was the scene of a large affair Wednesday afternoon [April 30] when Mrs. David received complimentary to her daughters-in-law, Mrs. Earl David and Mrs. Howard David who recently were brides.
More than one hundred and fifty guests were bidden to this delightful affair.
In the receiving line were Mrs. Homer David, Mrs. E.E. Crandall, Mrs. H.R. Smith, Mrs. Earl David, Mrs. Howard David, and the hostess. Mrs. Hal Orland, Mrs. C.A. Frantz, Mrs. Chas. Shields, Mrs. W.L. Payne, Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. B.T. Byrnes, Mrs. M.E. Lewis and the Misses Beth Soulen, Lillian Carithers, Charlotte Lewis, Peninah Newlin, Edna Clarke and Marjorie Zumhoff assisted in the other rooms.
The decorations were beautiful in pink and white.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wade, who attended the funeral of the late Allen Carlton, Tuesday [April 29], returned to their home in Kendrick the same evening.
The remains of C.M. Storey, who died at his home near Moscow, were shipped to Lenore Tuesday for burial. The cause of death was epilepsy.
A divorce was granted Ernest T. Kirkpatrick, who sued his wife, Effie Kirkpatrick on a charge of desertion.
The marriage of Miss Susan Veum, of near Troy and Homer Hill of Moscow, occurred at 8:00 o'clock Monday evening [April 28] at the home of Justice of the Peace Henry Cummings, who performed the ceremony. Only a few intimate friends of the bride witnessed the occasion.
Miss Vemu [sic] is a daughter of John Vemu, a farmer of near Troy, and has for some time been employed as cook at the Delta Gamma house. The groom is well known in Moscow having resided here practically all his life. They will make their home in Moscow.
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