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The Idaho Post
Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco

Date: August 1 1919

Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho

Source: University of Idaho Library

A marriage license was issued yesterday [July 25] by County Auditor Homer E. Estes to Harry C. Maston of Leavenworth, Wash., and Mabell Amidon of Tacoma.


Word has been received that a son was born July 28 to Prof. and Mrs. Raymond Brink of Minneapolis. Mrs. Brink was formerly Miss Carol Ryrie, granddaughter of Mrs. C.A. Watkins of Moscow. Prof. Brink was formerly an instructor at the Idaho state university.


Word has been received that Clinton Menefee and Miss Ruth Edgett were married Saturday, July 26 at Yakima. Mr. and Mrs. Menefee left for Virginia to visit his parents. Miss Edgett worked several years in the Williamson department store. Mr. Menefee has just returned from overseas.


Friends in Moscow have received the announcement of the marriage of Miss Mabel Fern Hammond to Mr. Thomas Stewart O'Neil of Port Angeles, Washington. Miss Mabel is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Hammond, who lived many years with their family in Moscow.


County Auditor Homer E. Estes issued a marriage license July 28 to John Black and June Prout, both of Moscow.


Probate Judge Adrian Nelson performed the ceremony Monday, July 28, uniting in marriage Clyde A. Davis of Superior, Wisconsin, and Lucile M. Miller of Spokane.


Dr. and Mrs. W.H. Lillibridge have a new little daughter at their home, Gladys Hazel, five years old, from the Lewiston home.


A pretty wedding was solemnized Friday afternoon [July 25] at the Catholic church when the youngest daughter, Clarice Mae [Ayer], of Mrs. L.H. Ayer became the bride of Frank H. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Thomas of this city.

The church was beautifully decorated in pink roses. The immediate families were the only guests witnessing the ceremony.

Mrs. Thomas is a graduate of the Moscow city schools and has spent all her life since childhood in this city where she is a favorite among her many friends.

Mr. Thomas is a graduate of the University of Idaho, a member of the A.K.E. fraternity and has spent seventeen months with the 10th Engineers in France.

After spending a few days in Spokane and at the lakes they will make their home at Asotin, Wash., where the groom has prepared a lovely home and accepted a position in the Asotin schools.


Robert Finnell and Sadie Dornoff, both of Potlatch were united in marriage today by Probate Judge Adrian Nelson.

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