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The Idaho Post
Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco

Date: May 1 1919

Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho

Source: University of Idaho Library

Mrs. A.L. Maxwell, wife of the county auditor at Colfax, died today [April 26]. He and Mrs. Maxwell lived in Palouse for many years and have many friends and acquaintances in Moscow and Latah county. They formerly resided in north Latah county where they were widely known. [See below.]

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A son was born last night [April 25] at the Aspray hospital to Mr. and Mrs. O.A. Giles of Pine City, Wash.

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A wedding took place in Moscow today [April 28] when Justice of the Peace W.G. Barge, united in marriage Charles Milton Cagle of Grangeville, Idaho, and Mabel Umscheid of Tandsket, Wash.

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Henry Gorset of Troy has filed his petition in the district court to become a United States citizen. Mr. Gorset is a native of Norway.

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A marriage license was issued today [April 29] to Charles A. Stover and Edith F. Steffen, both of Moscow. Mr. Stover has recently returned from service in the navy. [See below.]

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Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Johnson, 704 Harrison Ave., Salt Lake City, a son, April 22. Mrs. Johnson was formerly Miss Ella Hawley, of Moscow.

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Mrs. A.L. Morgan received word today [April 30] of the death of her brother, M. Finley at Portland. Mrs. Morgan will leave for Burke, Idaho, in the morning, where the funeral will be held.

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Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Davis, a son, April 16, at their home on Union Flat. Mrs. Davis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Wood, south of Moscow.

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Mr. and Mrs. James Wren, who were in Moscow to attend the funeral of Mrs. Wren's mother, Mrs. Birchmeier, left today for their home at Fenn, Idaho.

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Potlatch--Mr. W.L. Maxwell was called to Colfax yesterday on account of the illness and death of his mother. Mrs. Maxwell was the wife of A.L. Maxwell, county auditor for Whitman county.

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Charles Stover and Miss Edith Steffen were married today at the residence of Rev. J. Quincy Biggs, pastor of the Christian church, who performed the ceremony at 11 o'clock. The young man is a soldier who recently returned from service. The young couple will make their home in Spokane.

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Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Bratton celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 27, 1919. Those present were their son, Henry Bratton and family of Lewiston, their daughter, Mrs. Alex Munroe and family of Moscow and Miss Margaret Monroe of Ogden, Utah.

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Harvard--A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Morsching April 22nd.

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Deary--Julian Thorall died April 22 from tuberculosis. Mr. Thorall leaves a wife and 4 children to mourn his departure.

Rev. Holbeck preached the funeral services which were held at the church Friday. There were many beautiful floral offerings. The remains were laid to rest at the Pinecrest cemetery. The pall-bearers were Walter Weed, Geo. Wiley, Archie Liddle, Will Smith, E. Adair and Mr. Wickland.

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Deary--Born April 23 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Davis a 9-lb. baby.

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Cora--The five weeks old babe of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Long died Tuesday, April 22. Funeral services were conducted on Thursday at the home by Rev. Munger, interment being made in the Freese cemetery.

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Princeton--Mrs. John Graves received a telegram from Monse, Wash., stating that her daughter died April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Graves and daughter left on the afternoon train.

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Clinton--Mr. and Mrs. Claude Davis are the parents of a son. Mrs. Davis was formerly Miss Marie Woods.

Submitted: 02/21/06

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