The Idaho Post
The Idaho Post
Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco

Date: May 3 1918

Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho

Source: University of Idaho Library

Carl Gustav Kellberg died last night at the home of his father, Carl W. Kellberg, 807 Mabelle Avenue. He was 20 years, five months and 27 days old. He was a student at the University of Idaho, this being his first year there. His death was due to tuberculosis. The funeral will be held from the Swedish Lutheran church at 2:30 Sunday afternoon, Rev. Mr. Oslund, the pastor, conducting the service. [See below.]

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Princeton--Mrs. J. Bingham received word from Bovill Saturday [April 27] that she was grandma again to a 10-lb boy, born to Mr. and Mrs. Ted David at this place.

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An eight-pound girl arrived at the home of Charles Stewart this morning.

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Al Morgan of this city and Mrs. Maude Toolle of Spokane were married in Spokane yesterday morning and arrived in Moscow last night.

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At nine o'clock Friday morning {April 26] Miss Mamie Duggan and John D. Brethauer were married at the Catholic church before members of the immediate family. Miss Catherine Duggan was the bridesmaid and Mr. Johnson was the best man. After a wedding breakfast at the Duggan home after which the young couple left on the Northern Pacific for the coast.

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Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fairfield, of Kendrick, are the parents of a nine pound son, born Friday morning [April 26]. Mrs. Fairfield is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevens, 402 Fifth street and is now at the home of her parents.

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The funeral of Mrs. J.G. Richtsmeier will occur Saturday morning [May 4] at 10 o'clock from the Presbyterian church. Relatives from Iowa are coming and the funeral is delayed on that account.

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Carl G. Kullberg of Mabelle avenue, died on the afternoon of May 1, after a lingering illness. The funeral will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday from the Swedish Lutheran church.

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The will of the late Mrs. Bertha Walker, a former resident of Moscow, has been filed for probate and record. The will is what is termed in the law, an oligraphic will, written by the maker and signed without attesting witnesses. Mrs. Walker passed away in Memphis, Tennessee, and the will has been filed for record in this county of account of personal property in the form of notes being due the estate here.

A decree of distribution in the estate of John Halvorson has been signed by the court. The realty of the deceased was deeded to his children during his lifetime, the personal property consisting of money's amounting to $10,729.26, is ordered distributed among the six children. Mr. Halvorson was for many years a resident of the Genesee country.

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Mrs. J.G. Richtmeier died suddenly Monday night [April 29], from heart failure. Her death was sudden and unexpected and came as a great shock to her family and friends. Deceased is a daughter of Mrs. Antoinette S. Edgett and comes of a well-known pioneer family, her father, the late O.B. Edgett, being well known here many years ago.

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Marriage licenses have been issued to Charles O. Williams of Steptoe and Emma Anderson of Spokane; and Guy W. Kitch and Emma C. Wright, both of Troy.

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B.C. Dowdy stole a march on his friends and neighbors by sneaking off to Spokane a week ago where he and Mrs. Flora Hall of Hanabile, Mo., on Tuesday [April 23 or 30?] were married and returned with his bride to his home on Orchard avenue.

Upon learning of the happy event the neighbors and friends gathered at the Dowdy home to greet the bride and tell the groom what they thought of him for not letting them know of the coming event.

Submitted: 12/31/05

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