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The Idaho Post
The Idaho Post
Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco

Date: January 14 1916

Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho

Source: University of Idaho Library

A nine-pound boy was born Monday, January 10, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Wilson.


A nine-pound son was born Wednesday morning [January 12] to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Walser, on North Washington street.


Mrs. G.W. Anderson died at the family home, one mile north of this city, at an early hour Tuesday morning [January 11], of pneumonia, after an illness of two weeks. She was aged 60 years, and had been a resident of Moscow for the past six years, and of Latah county for 17 years, having lived in Palouse precinct east of Palouse for 11 years.

Mrs. Anderson was a most estimable woman, and had been for many years an active member of the Methodist Episcopal church. She leaves her husband and one son, Russell Anderson. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon from the local Methodist church, the pastor Rev. Robert Warner conducting the service.

The Anderson family have been sorely afflicted during the last month. Mr. Anderson was first afflicted with pneumonia, and was nursed through a siege of serious illness by his faithful wife, who, shortly after he was able to leave his bed, was taken down herself. A sister of Mr. Anderson, Mrs. Amelia DeGowin of Palouse, was then called to nurse Mrs. Anderson and after being here a few days, contracted pneumonia, and was in the Inland hospital in this city when Mrs. Anderson's death occurred.

Submitted: 11/20/05

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