Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco
Date: April 21 1916
Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho
Source: University of Idaho Library
Alfred E. Ellingson of Deary and Miss Lois T. Martin of Palouse, and Jesse L. Lanpelt of Uniontown, and Miss Mildred Martin of Palouse, were the principals in a double wedding performed at noon, Tuesday [April 18] at the Presbyterian manse by the Rev. D.H. Hare. The two happy couples left at once for Winfred, Montana, where they will make their home.
Erma Allard has filed a suit for divorce from Amon D. Allard, whom she married in Spokane in October, 1900, charging failure to provide and wilful non-support. Mrs. Allard asks for the custody of her one child, Alberta Allard, age 12.
Juliaetta--Grandpa Stevenson, one of God's noblemen, after weeks of suffering passed to that bourne from which there is no return, on Saturday last [April 15]. He passed away quietly surrounded by relatives and was laid to rest in the Juliaetta cemetery Monday, the body being followed to the grave by a large number of sorrowing friends and relatives.
Genesee--A very pretty but simple home wedding occurred Tuesday afternoon [April 18] at 5 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Wells, when their daughter, Miss Elizabeth A. [Wells], was united in marriage to Webster T. Jameison of Spaulding, Idaho. The beautiful ring service was used, Rev. A.P. Orth of Genesee officiating. The ceremony was witnessed by only the near relatives of the contracting parties. The bride was beautifully gowned in white taffet and was unattended.
Cornwall--A party was given in honor of the 15th birthday of Ernestine and Bernadine Shanks Friday evening, April 14, at their home. Present were: Carl, Willie and Ray Sumner, Hubert and Herbert Walker, Tom and Martin Shelto, Wilbur Hill, Willie Spray, Werner Hennen, Willie Vande Vanter, Rudolph Knapik, Meritt Buchanan, Budd Buchanan, George Edwards, Ora Davis, Birdie and Oawa Vande Vanater, Gladys Spray, Opal Sumner, Mildred and Katherine Hennen, Mary and Cecelia Knapik, Olive Sletto, Olive Spitler, Mrs. Duffy and Bernadine Duffy. The evening was spent playing games until a late hour when refreshments were served.
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