Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco
Date: August 31 1917
Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho
Source: University of Idaho Library
The death of Patrick D. Duggan occurred at his home in this city Sunday morning [August 26] at 3 o'clock from complications of diseases. Although in poor health, his condition was not considered serious until very recently.
Mr. Duggan was a native of Indiana. In 1880 his family moved to the Dakotas and in 1885 he came to Sprague, Wash., where he was employed by the Northern Pacific railway.
In 1894 he returned to Indiana and was married to Miss Mary A. Farrell. Mr. and Mrs. Duggan came to Washington and made their home on a farm near Sprague, later moving to Kendrick, this county. About 10 years ago the family came to Moscow, Mr. Duggan having charge of the pumping station of the Northern Pacific until his death.
The funeral services were held from the Catholic church Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. Father Pecoul officiating. The interment took place in the Catholic cemetery.
The members of the family surviving are Mrs. Duggan and five daughters: Mary, city librarian; Katherine, a student in the university; Sarah, Edna, and Bessie.
The deceased was a member of the Catholic church, the Knights of Columbus and the A.O.U.W. As a citizen he was held in high esteem by all.
Mrs. Arlee E. Becker, wife of Harry J. Becker, and only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold S. Lyons, passed away at the home of her parents, Monday night [August 27] at 11 o'clock. Death was due to typhoid fever, from which she suffered six weeks.
Mrs. Becker was born near Moscow, September 17, 1894, and had lived here all her life. She was married to Harry J. Becker three years ago. Surviving her are the husband, an infant daughter, born July 4th, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lyons.
The funeral services were held from the parental home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Kendrick--Miss Marie Petrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Petrick of Kendrick, was married August 14 to Stanley Mayer of Salt Lake.
Cove--Max Dewuse is the proud parent of a bouncing boy who arrived at the home last week.
Harvard--Mr. and Mrs. M. McFadden of Detroit, Mich., visited relatives up the river a few days last week. They were called west by the illness and death of Mrs. McFadden's sister, Mrs. Francis Harrison.
H.M. West of the mechanical force of the Palouser, of Colfax, was in the city Saturday. Mr. West was here to attend the funeral of his uncle, J.B. West.
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Helen Soulen and Donald K. David was solemnized at 12:30 o'clock, Thursday [August 30], at the home of the bride's parents, Professor and Mrs. Philip Soulen. Only immediate members of the families of the contracting parties were present. Rev. David H. Hare of the First Presbyterian church of this city was the officiating clergyman.
Mr. and Mrs. David departed yesterday afternoon for eastern points. They will visit all the principal cities of the middle west and Atlantic seaboard. At the beginning of the collegiate year they will make their home in Cambridge, where Mr. David will take a post graduate course in Harvard University.
Mr. and Mrs. David have a large acquaintance in Moscow and in university circles, having spent the greater part of their lives in this city, both graduating from the University of Idaho. Mrs. David, for the past two or three years has been engaged in teaching, and Mr. David since graduation has been connected with the extension work of the university.
Judge Strong is once again a grandfather, received recently the announcement of the arrival of a son at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moak of Leban, Wash. Mrs. Moak was formerly Miss Elsie Strong.
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