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The Idaho Post
The Idaho Post
Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco

Date: April 29 1921

Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho

Source: University of Idaho Library

Gold Hill--Otto Lorentz and three children arrived here Wednesday from Bonner, Montana, enroute to Idaho Falls. They visited a few days with friends and Sunday afternoon they went to the cemetery at Potlatch, where Mrs. Lorentz was buried a year ago.


Cora--Word was received by friends here of the death of Mrs. Jilson Nelson at Colfax Saturday [April 23]. Mrs. Nelson formerly lived here where she has many friends.


Miss Mabel Severson and Charles Miller, both of Troy, were married at the parsonage of the Christian church on April 19, 1921, by Rev. W.S. Crockett. After the wedding the bride and groom were entertained with a wedding dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Clifford, 602 S. Main. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will reside at their home near Troy. Their many friends wish them much happiness.


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mulfinger entertained at a delightful dinner party Saturday evening [April 23]. The event was to celebrate Mrs. Mulfinger's birthday. The table was beautifully decorated with spring flowers and all ablaze with lights. Covers were laid for twelve.


Charmain Marie [Clapinger], weighing 8 pounds arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N.D. Clapinger Saturday afternoon [April 23]. Mr. Caplinger [sic] is connected with the Corner Drug Store.


Millie McCoy celebrated her 17th birthday Wednesday [April 27] at her home on Asbury street by entertaining seventeen of her girl friends at a jolly birthday party. The girls enjoyed a good time. The eats were delicious.


Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Craine celebrated their first wedding anniversary Monday evening, April 25th at a delightful little dinner party. The room and table was artistically decorated in spring flowers. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. T.M. Knight and Richard Craine.


Miss Margaret L. Reeder passed away at 9:30 Thursday morning [April 28] at the home of her sister, Mrs. H.L. Coates, corner of A and Van Buren streets. She was 60 years old and had made her home with Mr. and Mrs. Coates for many years. She had been sick about six months.


M.S. Thompson and Miss Oma H. Tinnell of Harvard, Idaho were married by Judge Adrian Nelson in his office at the court house Wednesday [April 27]. Both are well known and highly respected young people of Harvard where a large number of friends wish them a long life of happiness. They will live on the groom's ranch near Harvard. William Sexton and Homer E. Estes were their witnesses.


Miss Lillian Monahan was granted a divorce from S.E. Monahan by Judge Edgar C. Steele of the district court on the ground of habitual drunkeness [sic]. They were married at Chateau, Montana, September 6, 1917. Mrs. Monahan is well known in Moscow where she has lived for many years.

Mr. Monahan is also well known in Moscow. He was engineer on the Moscow highways for some time.


Mrs. Karen Sether's friends surprised her on Wednesday [April 27] by calling at her home on East Eighth street with well filled baskets and making merry from 3 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon. The guests presented Mrs. Sether with an aluminum coffee percolator.

The event was to celebrate Mrs. Sether's 73rd birthday. She has lived in Moscow more than 20 years. Four of her children live in Moscow, one in Winchester, one in Minnesota and one in Tekoa, Washington.

The guests were Mesdames Torgeson, Ostroot, Baken, Roice, Otness, Benedick, Hegstad, Adrianson, Lee, Rollefson, Oleson, Hilland, B. Hilland, Emerson, Gilbertson, Jolsted, Carlson, Westover, Jacobson, Wigner, Anderson, P. Olson, Eggan, Sether, Boyer, S. Nelson, O. Nelson, Louvass, Goodwin, and Benson, Helda Hendrickson, Donald Nelson, Gertie Otness, Ruth Otness, Joy Jalstad, Della Jalstad, Ivan Rollefson and Harold Roice.


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