The Idaho Post
The Idaho Post
Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco

Date: March 15 1918

Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho

Source: University of Idaho Library

Miss Hattie Hendricks and Joseph B. Fiala of Spokane were united in marriage in the office of the Probate Judge, Thursday afternoon [March 14], Judge Adrian Nelson officiating. The witnesses were friends of the bride and groom who accompanied them here from Spokane.

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Judge Adrian Nelson officiated at the marriage of Miss Cecile Smith of Colfax and Ernest Lyman of Garfield, Wednesday afternoon [March 13].

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Prof. Holaday of the faculty of the university received word Thursday [March 14] that his brother, Howard Holaday, had been killed in an accident in one of the aviation camps in Texas. The young officer was a graduate of the University of Idaho of the class of 1916.

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Lenville--Several ladies of Lenville surprised Mrs. Barbour Saturday afternoon [March 9], in order to help her celebrate her fifty-first birthday.

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Cora--D.P. Kidwell informs us that he is now grandpa, all on account of a little girl at the home of Melvin Kidwell at Wenatchee, Wash., at which place he is engaged in the greenhouse business.

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Cora--B.F. Hutton and wife celebrated the eleventh anniversary of their wedding Sunday [March 10]. Twenty sat down to dinner.

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Cove--A number of the school children gave Miss Lea Smith a post card shower Sunday afternoon [March 10], the occasion being her birthday anniversary. A very delightful program was given after which a lunch was served.

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Monday morning the court heard the evidence in the matter of the sale of the real estate of the estate of Eliza J. Franklin, deceased. The sale was made by the executor, John K. Franklin under the terms of the will. Three tracts were sold, two in Mountain View addition to Moscow and one in the Homestead addition. The tract in the Homestead addition was purchased by William Hunter, and those in the Mountain View addition by Mrs. Belle Blaine and Charles Butterfield. Following the sale a higher bid was submitted for the tract bought by Hunter. Upon the hearing it was found by the court that the sale was entirely satisfactory to the heirs, and that the higher bid would not justify a resale and the sale was confirmed. Attorney Smith appeared for the executor and Attorney Orland for Mr. Hunter.

The personal property of the estate of Fred R. Davidson, deceased, has been sold under an order of the court and the amount realized by the administratrix approximates $4000.

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Order of final discharge of Oritha F. Thayer as administratrix of the estate of W.H. Thayer has been made.

The will of Eunice E. Brannon was admitted to probate and record on March 11. This will was also probated in Washington.

Order confirming the report of the guardian of the estate of Elva, Letia and May Jones, has been signed by the court.

The order for the distribution of the assets of the estate of Patrick Duggan, deceased, has been signed by the court. The property consisting of realty in Oregon and Twin Falls, this state goes to Mrs. Duggan as well as personal effects.

In the matter of the guardianship of the minors, Louis May, Freddie J., Ignace and Harry W. Flaig, an order for the sale of the real estate has been made and appraisers appointed. The estate consists of lots in Kendrick.

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Marriage licenses: Ernest Lyman, Garfield and Cecile Smith, Colfax; William Carlisle, Moscow and Dora Brock, Sprague; August Martin, Viola and Olga Gerber, Viola; Joseph B. Fiala, Spokane and Hattie Hendricks, Spokane.

Submitted: 12/24/05

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