Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco
Date: March 25 1915
Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho
Source: University of Idaho Library
Mrs. Eugene H. Storer [Thursday, March 18] morning received the sad intelligence of the death of her father at Northhampton, Mass. Mrs. Storer has a host of friends who will be pained to learn of her bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. L.B. McCartor [Wednesday, March 17] celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary and both were the recipients of congratulations from a host of friends. The event was marked by a family anniversary dinner [Wednesdady] evening at the home of their son Oscar McCartor.
Chester Fowler Smith, B.S.(Che.E.), '14, died Wednesday [March 17] morning at Monrovia (Calif.) Sanitarium of tubercular menengitis. Last fall he went to Berkeley, California, to study chemistry, having received a teaching fellowship in that department. He received this fellowship thru a very strong recommendation as to his excellent ability and character. Mr. Smith was very well liked by the faculty and student body of the University.
Born last Wednesday [March 17] to Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Largent, a son. The Largents reside southeast of the city.
An action for divorce was filed with the clerk of the district court, W.C. Shawver of Viola being the complainent, and Lottie Shawver the defendant. Desertion is alleged. H.R. Smith is attorney for the plaintiff.
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Frank Oberg's birthday was delightfully celebrated by a party which included a score of her friends. Music entertained the guests until four o'clock when an elaborate luncheon was served. Many dainty and handsome presents were received by Mrs. Oberg.
Those present were Mesdames Johnson, Carl Oberg, Ramstedt, Ed Oberg, Edwin Oberg, John Oberg, Johnson, Miss Svenson of Coeur d'Alene college; the Misses Ruth Johnson, Alma Johnson, Anderton, Marie Johnson, Florence Oberg, Vivian Oberg, Agnes Ramstedt, Eva Oberg, Carl Oberg Jr., Viola Oberg, and Mr. Even Johnson.
Last Monday, March 15, being the tenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Kerchner, they gave an "At Home Party" to a few of their relatives and friends. Many useful and nice gifts were presented to them but two of the gifts caused some fun for the evening when Mr. Elliott gave them an old steamer which was bent and rusted with age, and Mrs. Frazee gave an old oyster can tied with dainty red ribbon. At a late hour refreshments were served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Swann, Mr. and Mrs. Will Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. John Suddreth, Mrs. Roy Mudgett, Mrs. W.A. Sheets and sons, Clyde and Gloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Frazee and Mr. and Mrs. Milt Frazee.
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