Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco
Date: April 5 1918
Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho
Source: University of Idaho Library
The death of Miss Leola C. Ostroot, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Ostroot, was a great shock to her many friends. Miss Ostroot was taken ill Wednesday of last week, going home from her work as cashier in the Creighton store with severe pains in her head. She suffered intensely from this cause, passing into a state of insensibility from which she never aroused, death taking place Tuesday morning [April 2].
The funeral services were held Thursday morning, a brief service at the home and services at 10:30 at the Norwegian Lutheran church, being conducted by Rev. Grimsrud, assisted by Rev. P.J. Luvaas of Coeur d'Alene.
All immediate members of Miss Ostroot's family were present at the funeral except one brother, Conrad, who some weeks ago enlisted in the navy and has been assigned to special training at Harvard University in radio work.
Princeton--Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bunney celebrated their 60 anniversary April ---. They were married at Hay-----, Ill., in 1858. They have six children living, 29 grand children and --- great grand children. Their children live close to them. They have a daughter that recently came from ----, Mr. Shook, who lives on the --- Fisher place. [Item caught in the binding and some not readable.]
Genesee--Miss Amy May Archibald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Archibald of Genesee, died at Spokane, March 21, of an attack of pluerisy [sic]. Funeral services were held at Genesee.
Genesee--Lola Marie Edwards, daughter of Mrs. James Edwards, died at the home of her mother, March 22. Funeral services were held from the Federated church.
One marriage license for the week. Ira James Alting of Kendrick to Theresa Gladden of the same town.
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