The Idaho Post
The Idaho Post
Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco

Date: September 7 1917

Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho

Source: University of Idaho Library

Cove--A boy was born Monday, September 3, to Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Berry. The young man and his mother are both doing nicely.

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Cove--Charles Garret passed peacefully across the Great Divide Sunday afternoon [September 2] at his home in the Cove. Mr. Garrett was stricken with paralysis about four months ago and since time had been entirely helpless. While his death was not unexpected, it was nevertheless deeply felt by the community where he had for many years been held in the highest esteem. Mr. Garrett was 48 years of age. His birthplace was Brownsville, Ore., but the greater part of his life had been spent in the Palouse country. He was married in 1896. For several years they lived on their farm near Garfield and later moved to the Cove. He leaves his wife and adopted son and five brothers and five sisters. The funeral was held from the home Tuesday morning and was attended by a large number of friends and neighbors. The service was conducted by the Rev. John Horton of Farmington. Interment was in Silver Creek cemetery, near Garfield.

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Troy--Elder C.H. Calson of Lewiston came up on last Tuesday [September 4] to officiate at the funeral services of Mr. Knutson from the Norwegian Lutheran meeting house in Troy. Mr. Knutson died in the hospital at Moscow. He had been in the employ of the Troy Lumber company here. The body was taken charge of by Axle Bohman and buried in the Burnt Ridge cemetery. We learn he had no relatives here.

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Troy--Hannah Holmes was buried in the Burnt Ridge cemetery last Sunday [September 2]. The Rev. Westling officiated at the Swedish Lutheran church at two o'clock in the afternoon. She leaves an aged father, two brothers and one sister at Troy and three sisters at Tacoma, Wash. [See below.]

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Kendrick--Miss Laura Foster and Earl Langdon slipped one over their friends last month, going to Lewiston on the 6th and getting married. The secret was kept for more than two weeks but when once known their friends gave them a warm reception at a very late hour in the form of an old-fashioned charivari.

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Troy--Miss Edna Powell and Harry B. Bellomy were married last Friday [August 31] at Clarkston. The marriage was a surprise to all their friends, including the parents of each. Mr. and Mrs. Bellomy will make their home in Troy.

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Troy--The body of Miss Hannah Holmes, who died in Tacoma, was brought to Troy for burial last Thursday. Miss Holmes had gone to Tacoma to visit her sisters and in hopes that the change of climate might be beneficial to her health. Death came suddenly.

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In Probate Court--Iver Liljegrem was tried for insanity before Judge Nelson the 10th of last month and committed to the hospital at Orofino for treatment. Word came to the judge the first of the week that Liljegrem was now at home, east of Troy, fully recovered. He states that at the time he was before the court that he had no power of speech, although aware of all that took place. After going to Orofino he apparently recovered his speech and normal physical condition, and was discharged.

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The marriage of Miss Adelaide Washburn and Henry Fullerton occurred Wednesday [September 5] at 9 o'clock in the parlors of the Pleasant Home. Rev. David H. Hare officiated. The attendants were Miss Sybil Gilchrist and Howard Washburn. A wedding breakfast was served immediately following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Fullerton are on a ten days' auto trip to points in Washington and the coast.

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Miss Juanita Mae Costello of this city and Robert Jay Lee of Spokane were married at noon Thursday [September 6] in the Episcopal church at Coeur d'Alene, Rev. J. Schrock reading the marriage ceremony. Mrs. Lee was reared in Moscow, being the daughter of Mrs. Caroline A. Costello. Mr. Lee is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Lee of Spokane.

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Marriage licenses: Theodore Cole, Genesee, Elsie May Vorce, Agatha; Robert Jay Lee, Spokane, Juanita Mae Costello, Moscow; Greighton C. Guy, Moscow, Edith Hamilton, Moscow; Harry Fullerton, Moscow, Adelaide Washburn, Moscow; Edward Gaffney, Weippe, Ruth Shearer, Moscow.

Submitted: 12/07/05

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