Kirkland and Eastside Time Line
Compiled By Dale Hawkinson from the East Side Journal Newspaper Index by Alan Stein
ESJ Issue Date Description Page#
January 2, 1930 AUDITOR GIVES CREDIT TO CITY OFFICIALS FOR SAVINGS 1
January 2, 1930 LAKE WASH. NOW BACK TO NORMAL 1
January 2, 1930 CHICKEN THIEVES ARE BUSY AGAIN 1
January 2, 1930 JACK LAWSON HOME RANSACKED TUESDAY 1
January 2, 1930 REX DRUG GETS CHRISTMAS EVE VISIT FROM BURGLAR; NO CLUES 1
January 2, 1930 COONEY, THOMAS 1
January 2, 1930 HARRAH, LLOYD W 1
January 2, 1930 MULLIGAN HEADS LOCAL MASONS 1
January 2, 1930 LOCAL WAR VET HAS REMARKABLE RECORD OF ACHIEVEMENT (JENSEN, G) 1
January 2, 1930 LAKE WASH. NOW BACK TO NORMAL 1
January 2, 1930 MARILYN COWNE, R J MCINTYRE 1
January 9, 1930 MUSIC DEPT TO GIVE RECITAL 1
January 9, 1930 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 11
January 9, 1930 KIRKLAND WOMAN GETS CABLEGRAM FROM RELATIVE ON BYRD EXPEDITION 1
January 9, 1930 PETE FEILEN HAS RARE NEW YORK PAPER - 1865 1
January 9, 1930 ED HULBURT BUYS THE J P LEAF RESIDENCE 1
January 9, 1930 RESIGNS THEN RECONSIDERS BUT FINDS THAT JOB IS GONE (RECORDS, H S 1
January 9, 1930 BUSINESS WOMEN PLAN SPELLING BEE FEB 12 1
January 9, 1930 GOV HARTLEY TO BE SPEAKER AT CLUB MEET 1
January 9, 1930 REGISTRATIONS IN KIRKLAND PRECINCTS LIGHT; DRIVE PLANNED 1
January 9, 1930 COMMERCIAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE WILL START COMPETITION SOON 1
January 9, 1930 NEWBERRY TAKES NEW PASTORATE 1
January 9, 1930 RUTH E MUELLER, HAROLD B CRAUSE 14
January 16, 1930 NATIONAL SUPPLY CO - GRAND OPENING 5
January 16, 1930 NATIONAL SUPPLY COMPANY STORE TO OPEN NEXT WEDNESDAY 1
January 16, 1930 NATIONAL SUPPLY COMPANY STORE TO OPEN NEXT WEDNESDAY 1
January 16, 1930 FRED LOTT BUILDS BUSINESS IN BATTERIES OF OWN MANUFACTURE 1
January 16, 1930 MORRIS CASE IS BOUND OVER TO SUPERIOR COURT 1
January 16, 1930 COMMERCIAL B.B. LEAGUE STARTS ITS SERIES OF GAMES TONIGHT 1
January 16, 1930 EDITH LENNOX, THOMAS LEELY HOWELL 6
January 23, 1930 KIRKLAND TO HAVE NEW MODERN HOSPITAL IN NEAR FUTURE 1
January 23, 1930 CROWDS ATTEND OPENING OF EAST SIDE'S LARGEST AND FINEST STORE 1
January 23, 1930 REFRIGERATION COMPANY TO OPEN OFFICES HERE 1
January 23, 1930 TODD QUITS AS CHAMBER PRES 1
January 23, 1930 BOARD MUST KEEP ROSE HILL PRINCIPAL 1
January 23, 1930 PENNEY RESIGNS SCHOOL BOARD 1
January 23, 1930 KIRKLAND TO HAVE NEW MODERN HOSPITAL IN NEAR FUTURE 1
January 23, 1930 COUNCIL GRANTS COLUMBIA LUMBER LEASE 1
January 23, 1930 TOWN POLITICS BEGIN TO BUZZ AS DATE NEARS 1
January 23, 1930 A B NEWELL GIVES VIEWS ON TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM 1
January 30, 1930 JUANITA BRIDGE CLAIMS ANOTHER CRASH VICTIM 1
January 30, 1930 CITY WILL DISCARD OLD PACKARD FIRE TRUCK; VOTE NEW EQUIPMENT 1
January 30, 1930 FIRE DESTROYS KLENERT HOME 1
January 30, 1930 COUNCIL SIGNS LIGHT CONTRACT 1
January 30, 1930 ANDERSON GIVES LOCAL SHIPYARD CONTRACT FOR FERRYBOAT 1
January 30, 1930 COUNCIL SIGNS LIGHT CONTRACT 1
January 30, 1930 CRAZE, WILLIAM 1
January 30, 1930 JONDALL, SAMUEL 1
January 30, 1930 BUSINESS MEN COMPLETE CREDIT ORGANIZATION 1
January 30, 1930 BASKETBALL LEAGUE PUTTING UP THRILLING GAMES 1
January 30, 1930 TO INAUGURATE NEW ADDITION WITH FIRST SERMON IN DRAMA 1
January 30, 1930 JUANITA BRIDGE CLAIMS ANOTHER CRASH VICTIM 1
February 6, 1930 RUBY OHMAN TO SING ON HOLLYWOOD STATION 1
February 6, 1930 CHURCH IS PACKED AS NEW ADDITION IS DEDICATED SUNDAY 1
February 6, 1930 HOTEL AND CAFE CHANGES HANDS 1
February 6, 1930 C OF C CRUISE TO HAWAII IN FEBRUARY 1
February 6, 1930 NEWELL AGREES TO SEEK SCHOOL BOARD POSITION 1
February 6, 1930 SERVICE CLUB AND FIRE CHIEF START DRIVE FOR NEW TRUCK 1
February 6, 1930 HOTEL AND CAFE CHANGES HANDS 1
February 6, 1930 DOG POISONERS NOW BUSY IN JUANITA 1
February 6, 1930 CLARK, ELIZA 7
February 6, 1930 MEYER, STACIA 6
February 6, 1930 GET OUT THAT OLD SPELLING BOOK - BUSINESS WOMEN HOLD ANNUAL BEE 1
February 6, 1930 REGISTRATION WILL SOON CLOSE - SIGNERS ARE FEW 1
February 6, 1930 NEAL HEARD 12
February 13, 1930 WORK STARTS ON TENNIS COURTS 1
February 13, 1930 ROSE HILL WILL PICK CANDIDATE 1
February 13, 1930 TOWN DEBATES PURCHASING OF EQUIPMENT 1
February 13, 1930 NURSERY IN NEW HOSPITAL TO HONOR FOUNDER OF BABY CLINIC 1
February 13, 1930 REV BENNETT GIVES LINCOLN DAY ADDRESS 1
February 13, 1930 CREDIT ASS'N GETS UNDER WAY 1
February 13, 1930 SCOUTS HOLD TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF WORK HERE 1
February 13, 1930 APPARENTLY NO CONTEST DUE IN TOWN ELECTION 1
February 13, 1930 WORK STARTS ON TENNIS COURTS 1
February 13, 1930 WOULD HAVE KIRKLAND SAND POINT FERRY 12
February 20, 1930 KEAN PROVES BEST SPELLER 1
February 20, 1930 C E WICKHAM STARTS LANDSCAPE GARDENING 1
February 20, 1930 DISCUSS SCHOOL ISSUES FRIDAY 1
February 20, 1930 COUNCIL TO RECEIVE BIDS ON NEW FIRE EQUIPMENT MONDAY NIGHT 1
February 20, 1930 COUNCIL CALLS FOR BIDS ON NEW PIPE 12
February 20, 1930 D O SMITH HOME AT DENNY PARK ROBBED 6
February 20, 1930 SEIDEL GRABS THIEVES PRONTO 1
February 20, 1930 STOLEN PROPERTY IS FOUND IN SEATTLE PAWN SHOPS 1
February 20, 1930 LYMAN, CORA 7
February 20, 1930 SPENCER, CARRIE 1
February 20, 1930 SCOUTS MASON AND HJORTH HAVE SERVED SINCE CHARTER WAS GRANTED 1
February 20, 1930 REGISTRATION CLOSED TUES. ELECTION NEXT 1
February 27, 1930 GOLDEN WEDDING (MOORE, MR AND MRS CHARLES D) 12
February 27, 1930 JOURNAL WILL OPEN NEW HOME TO PUBLIC TUESDAY NIGHT 1
February 27, 1930 H A LEVI BUYS OUT PARTNER'S INTEREST 1
February 27, 1930 SPENCER, CARRIE M 12
February 27, 1930 GRADE SCHOOL BAND TO MAKE ITS FIRST PUBLIC APPEARANCE 1
February 27, 1930 MCINTYRE FILES FOR SCHOOL BOARD 1
February 27, 1930 BIDS RECEIVED ON VARIETY OF FIRE APPARATUS 1
February 27, 1930 COUNCIL OPENS PIPE LINE BIDS 1
February 27, 1930 H A LEVI BUYS OUT PARTNER'S INTEREST 1
February 27, 1930 POWER RATES AGAIN REDUCED 1
February 27, 1930 DORA T TREGILUS, CLARENCE B CYR 12
March 6, 1930 BUILDER PRAISED FOR NEW BLDG. (WESTER, JOHN) 1
March 6, 1930 MANY SEE NEW JOURNAL BUILDING 1
March 6, 1930 KEAN WINS WITH MAJORITY NEAR TWO TO ONE SAT. 1
March 6, 1930 TOWN FIRE CHIEF RESIGNS POSITION; MAYOR MAY FOLLOW SUIT 1
March 6, 1930 TOWN FIRE CHIEF RESIGNS POSITION; MAYOR MAY FOLLOW SUIT 1
March 6, 1930 POLICE SIGNAL SYSTEM IS NOW IN OPERATION 1
March 6, 1930 JOHNSON, JOSEPH 1
March 6, 1930 WALCH, ETTA M 1
March 6, 1930 ELECTION WILL BE QUIET AFFAIR 1
March 6, 1930 POST OFFICE BUILDING HERE IS SOLD TO ROSS, A SEATTLE CONTRACTOR 1
March 6, 1930 FIRST EDITOR PRESENTS JOURNAL WITH KIRKLAND'S FIRST NEWSPAPER 1
March 6, 1930 FERRY LINCOLN OFF RUN FOR NEXT TWO WEEKS 1
March 6, 1930 BENITA BUMP, CLARK PATTY 12
March 13, 1930 H HAUKELAND FINISHES INTERIOR HAMRICK HOME 12
March 13, 1930 BERKEY SELLS OUT INTEREST 1
March 13, 1930 SEATTLE FIRE CHIEF ADVISES ON NEW FIRE TRUCK 12
March 13, 1930 PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHTER IN COUNCIL ROW 1
March 13, 1930 EASTSIDE TO HAVE ITS FIRST AMBULANCE 1
March 13, 1930 CRAWFORD AND CONOVER SELL JUANITA PROPERTY 1
March 13, 1930 LAKE SHORE ROBBERIES DIMINISH AS DEPUTIES ARREST OFFENDERS 1
March 13, 1930 BOOTH, MARTHA 1
March 13, 1930 BRAGG, ALBERT WILLIAM 6
March 13, 1930 CARTER, CAPTAIN C H 1
March 13, 1930 LIGHTEST VOTE IN YEARS IS CAST TUESDAY 1
March 13, 1930 MODERN SOURCE OF THE EAST SIDE JOURNAL'S NEW NEWSPAPER DRESS 1
March 13, 1930 PRESS GROUP VISITS KIRKLAND 1
March 13, 1930 FERRY TO CHANGE AFTERNOON SCHEDULE STARTING APRIL 1ST 1
March 20, 1930 WALKS OFF WITH QUEEN HONORS (ISAACSON, ELVA) 1
March 20, 1930 ATTRACTIVE NEW SHOW ROOMS (PHOTO OF CHAMBERLIN MOTOR CO) 6
March 20, 1930 FRED WALES & L W POSTEN START BUSINESS IN KIRKLAND 6
March 20, 1930 GRADE BANDS TO GIVE CONCERT 1
March 20, 1930 GRADE BANDS TO GIVE CONCERT 1
March 20, 1930 STUDENTS SHOW THEIR ABILITY IN THE PORTRAYAL OF "HULDA OF HOLLAND 1
March 20, 1930 AUXILIARY PLANS ANOTHER FLOWER SHOW THIS YEAR 1
March 20, 1930 COUNCIL BUYS NEW LA FRANCE FIRE EQUIPMENT; WILL ARRIVE SHORTLY 1
March 20, 1930 PLAN VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT HERE 1
March 20, 1930 COUNCIL-MAYOR GET TOGETHER ON WATER MAIN 1
March 20, 1930 MARSHALL GETS FIRST CALL FROM FLASH SIGNALS WED. 1
March 20, 1930 CARTER, CAPTAIN 6
March 20, 1930 HORNSHAW, GEORGE W 1
March 20, 1930 EAST SIDE TO HAVE INTEREST IN CAMPAIGN 1
March 20, 1930 FERRY LINCOLN BACK ON RUN AFTER ANNUAL REPAIRS 1
March 20, 1930 NEW PARKING PLAN GETS SIX MONTHS TRIAL 1
March 20, 1930 COUNCIL-MAYOR GET TOGETHER ON WATER MAIN 1
March 27, 1930 SERVICE CLUB OFFERS TOWN AID IN NUMBERING KIRKLAND RESIDENCES 1
March 27, 1930 GRADE CONTEST HERE MARCH 28 1
March 27, 1930 FIRE TRUCK DUE THIS AFTERNOON 1
March 27, 1930 CHAPMAN, GEORGE 1
March 27, 1930 HALBERG, HENRY 1
March 27, 1930 CLUB SPONSORS CONTEST ON ATTRACTIVE FEATURES OF KIRKLAND 1
March 27, 1930 MIRIAM STOVER ORGANIZES NEW CAMP FIRE GROUP 1
March 27, 1930 CENSUS ENUMERATORS START ON EASTSIDE CANVASS NEXT TUESDAY 1
March 27, 1930 CONTRACTS LET FOR PAVING IN NORTH DISTRICT 1
March 27, 1930 PLANNING COM. URGES SEWAGE DISPOSAL PLAN 1
April 3, 1930 JEWELL MADE EAGLE SCOUT (JEWELL, ELWOOD) 1
April 3, 1930 CAMPAIGN WILL URGE NUMBERING OF ALL HOUSES 1
April 3, 1930 KIRKLAND'S NEW FIRE TRUCK (PHOTO) 1
April 3, 1930 NEW TRUCK HAS DOZEN CALLS 1
April 3, 1930 WANTED - VOLUNTEERS FOR SEMI PAID FIRE DEPT. TO MEET TUESDAY 1
April 3, 1930 PETE FEILEN DEPUTIZED TO PICK UP UNLICENSED DOGS 1
April 3, 1930 LUDWIG, MINNIE 12
April 3, 1930 MCDERMOTT, BESSIE 1
April 3, 1930 CLUB SPONSORS CONTEST ON ATTRACTIVE FEATURES OF KIRKLAND 1
April 3, 1930 FOURTH TELEPHONE DIRECTORY NOW OUT 1
April 3, 1930 CURTAILMENT OF MILL PROGRAM IS TEMPORARY 1
April 10, 1930 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 9
April 10, 1930 DRIVE OPENS TO PERSUADE OWNERS TO PUT NUMBERS ON HOMES 1
April 10, 1930 THE LOTUS CAFE WILL BE COMPLETELY REMODELED 1
April 10, 1930 NEIGHBORING COMMUNITIES WILL BE ASKED TO JOIN VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSN 1
April 10, 1930 SHERROD, S T 1
April 10, 1930 BASEBALL PLAYERS ARE ASKED TO MEET AT COUNCIL CHAMBERS MONDAY NIGHT 1
April 17, 1930 KIRKLAND'S NEW HOSPITAL WILL BE OPEN TO PUBLIC SATURDAY 1
April 17, 1930 ROBS MAIL AND FORGES CHECKS 1
April 17, 1930 FLOOD, JOHN 1
April 17, 1930 PERRIGO, W P 1
April 17, 1930 BOYS WILL HAVE OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN AMERICAN AIR CADETS 1
April 17, 1930 LOCAL CUBS HAVE UNIQUE POSITION (FIRST IN U.S.) 1
April 17, 1930 BASEBALL TEAM ORGANIZED FOR COUNTY LEAGUE 1
April 17, 1930 ELIZABETH NELSON, LAWRENCE NELSON 1
April 24, 1930 CROWDS VISIT AND ADMIRE NEW HOSPITAL AT OFFICIAL OPENING 1
April 24, 1930 NUMEROUS ARTICLES AND ADS ON THE NEW KIRKLAND HOSPITAL 7-Jun
April 24, 1930 BREWER'S GARAGE INSTALLS NEW SIOUX VALVE GRINDER 12
April 24, 1930 DOCTORS FORM MEDICAL CLUB 1
April 24, 1930 DOCTORS FORM MEDICAL CLUB 1
April 24, 1930 COUNCIL MAY GRANT GARBAGE FRANCHISE HERE 1
April 24, 1930 CHRISTINE ROSIN, ELDUEN ELDRIDGE 1
April 24, 1930 VIOLET BRAGG, PERCY BRAND 8
May 1, 1930 EAST SIDE URGED TO OBSERVE NATIONAL EGG WEEK, MAY 1 TO 7 1
May 1, 1930 COLUMBIA LUMBER TAKES IN SEATTLE YARDS 1
May 1, 1930 EASTSIDE FURNITURE COMPANY MOVES ITS STOCK INTO THE LESON BUILDING 1
May 1, 1930 JEAN NEWKIRK STARTS DANCING CLASSES HERE 1
May 1, 1930 CENSUS COUNT GIVES KIRKLAND AND VICINITY SUBSTANTIAL GAIN 1
May 1, 1930 ROAD GAPS ARE BEING PAVED 1
May 8, 1930 NEW HOSPITAL HAS ITS FIRST BABY GIRL MAY 3 1
May 8, 1930 GRADE TEACHERS ARE ELECTED 1
May 8, 1930 KHS SENIOR COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES TO BE HELD MAY 28TH 1
May 8, 1930 LAUNCH FERRY VASHON SAT. 1
May 8, 1930 PRIZES GALORE FOR BALL TEAM OPENING GAME 1
May 8, 1930 MANY KIRKLAND RESIDENTS MISSED IN OFFICIAL CENSUS COUNT 1
May 8, 1930 LAUNCH FERRY VASHON SAT. 1
May 8, 1930 TO CELEBRATE OPENING OF NEW SAMMAMISH ROAD 1
May 8, 1930 MARGUERITE OWEN, VERNE CHURCHILL 6
May 15, 1930 JOHNSON LEADS NORTH END BANK 1
May 15, 1930 FIRST BABY BOY BORN AT KIRKLAND'S NEW HOSPITAL 2
May 15, 1930 CO FIRE TRUCK ON JOB AGAIN 1
May 15, 1930 THOUSANDS WITNESS LAUNCHING AT HOUGHTON OF SOUND'S LARGEST FERRY 1
May 15, 1930 SNOQUALMIE INDIAN TRIBE WILL AGAIN PUT ON ANCIENT CEREMONY 1
May 15, 1930 BOLTON, LOUISE GOODNOW 2
May 15, 1930 MCINTYRE, NELLIE 1
May 15, 1930 REVEREND ARNOLD TO PREACH FAREWELL SERMON ON SUNDAY 1
May 15, 1930 THOUSANDS WITNESS LAUNCHING AT HOUGHTON OF SOUND'S LARGEST FERRY 1
May 15, 1930 CONTRACT GIVEN FOR BUILDING OF NORTHRUP ROAD 1
May 15, 1930 DONNA SANDEL, IRVING ROBINSON 12
May 22, 1930 EASTSIDE HAS LARGEST DUCK RANCH ANYWHERE ON THE PACIFIC COAST 1
May 22, 1930 CHOSEN QUEEN OF PAGEANT (MCDONALD, LASSIE LOU) 1
May 22, 1930 TEACHER WINS CONTEST AWARD (KITTRELL, BEATRICE) 1
May 22, 1930 HUGE EAGLE SHOT ON LAKE WITTENMEYER LAST FRIDAY 1
May 22, 1930 FIRE DESTROYS BROODER HOUSE 14,000 CHICKS 1
May 22, 1930 COUNCIL ADOPTS ELECTRICAL CODE 6
May 22, 1930 SNOQUALMIE TRIBES TO GATHER IN BIG ANNUAL CONCLAVE ON MAY 24 & 25 1
May 22, 1930 SERVICE CLUB HAS POLL ON PROHIBITION TUES. 1
May 22, 1930 INDICATIONS SHOW BIGGEST ROAD OPENING PROGRAM FOR JUNE 15TH 1
May 29, 1930 ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR ECCLESIASTICAL COLLEGE ON EAST SIDE 1
May 29, 1930 OPEN AIR MARKET TAKES OVER SERVICE STATION 1
May 29, 1930 SCHOOL TO HOLD MEDICAL CLINIC 12
May 29, 1930 CHART, INA 6
May 29, 1930 STARK, ALBERT P JR 6
May 29, 1930 WHY LIVE IN KIRKLAND? HERE ARE REASONS THAT WON THE FIRST PRIZE 12
May 29, 1930 COMPLETE PLANS FOR ROAD OPENING SUN. JUNE 15TH 1
May 29, 1930 COUNCIL GRANTS 5 YR FRANCHISE TO DISPOSAL CO 1
May 29, 1930 VETS ARE READY FOR MEMORIAL SERVICE 1
May 29, 1930 DORETTA IRELAN, GEORGE THOMAS 6
May 29, 1930 MARGARET LEVINE DAIGH, FRANK VAN AALST 6
June 5, 1930 MERCHANTS AID KIRKLAND AS TRADING CENTER 11
June 5, 1930 REX DRUG TAKES OVER GENERAL MOTORS RADIO 11
June 5, 1930 FIRE STRIKES TWICE IN SAME NIGHT - STORM AND FAULTY WIRING CAUSES 1
June 5, 1930 TRIAL RUN TO YARROW MADE IN FIVE MINUTES 1
June 5, 1930 NEWLY ELECTED CITY ADMINISTRATION TAKE OFFICE MONDAY 1
June 5, 1930 MISS GREEN GIVES INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT HISTORY OF TOWN OF KIRKLAND 1
June 5, 1930 TOWN MARSHALL RESIGNS HIS JOB 1
June 5, 1930 BECKER, ALBERT 1
June 5, 1930 MRS SJOSTEDT WILL WRITE OF TRIP TO MAMMOTH ICELAND CELEBRATION 1
June 5, 1930 THREE BANDS TO PLAY PART IN ROAD OPENING 1
June 5, 1930 WAY IS CLEARED FOR ISLAND SPAN 1
June 5, 1930 STROM WRECKS PHONE SYSTEM 15
June 5, 1930 JOAN DARETH PROSPER, JOHN R JORDAN 8
June 5, 1930 SUSAN M WILSON, WALTER TURNER 14
June 12, 1930 EATON BUYS SERVICE STATION ON MARKET ST 1
June 12, 1930 KIRKLAND DYE WORKS INSTALLS EQUIPMENT 1
June 12, 1930 CIGARETTE IS CAUSE OF FIRE 1
June 12, 1930 SHELL CO. PUTS PLANT HERE 1
June 12, 1930 SHIPYARD GETS CONTRACT FOR OIL TANKER 1
June 12, 1930 CHICKEN THIEVES GET BIG FLOCK 1
June 12, 1930 LARGE CROWD EXPECTED AT SAMMAMISH ROAD OPENING SUN. 1
June 19, 1930 ROSE HILL PUTS ON CAMPAIGN FOR FIRE DEPT 1
June 19, 1930 COUNCIL PASSES ELECTRICAL CODE 1
June 19, 1930 CHICKEN THEFT STIRS PROTECTIVE ASS'N TO ACTION; REWARDS OFFERED 1
June 19, 1930 STEALING RESULTS IN A DETENTION HOME TERM 1
June 19, 1930 ROSE HILL PUTS ON CAMPAIGN FOR FIRE DEPT 1
June 19, 1930 FERRY CREWS APPEAR IN NEAT UNIFORMS (PHOTO) 1
June 19, 1930 INTERVIEW WITH CREW OF LAKE FERRY REVEALS MANY INTERESTING FACTS 1
June 19, 1930 ROAD OPENING DRAWS THOUSANDS TO EAST SIDE OF LAKE SUN 1
June 19, 1930 FREDA HUBER, BUD BENNETT 12
June 19, 1930 JOSPEHINE HOLT, ROY SIMMONS 12
June 26, 1930 MARYMOOR FARM MILK SUPPLIES FREDERICK AND NELSON; RATED HIGH 1
June 26, 1930 NW BANKERS ARE OPTIMISTIC 1
June 26, 1930 KIRKLAND'S ENTRANCES TO RECEIVE NEW COAT PAINT 1
June 26, 1930 ADVERTISING ADDS TO KIRKLAND'S VALUE AS EASTSIDE TRADING CENTER 11
June 26, 1930 BAKERY AND DELICATESSEN OPENED HERE BY BLAKES 1
June 26, 1930 EASTSIDE DYE WORKS CHANGES PROPRIETORS 1
June 26, 1930 EVERETT BUYS OUT MICKEY MACMANAMAN'S INTEREST 1
June 26, 1930 FELIX SHOER AGAIN DOING THE COOKING AT PASTIME 1
June 26, 1930 CANNERY LOOKS FOR PROSPEROUS 1930 SEASON 1
June 26, 1930 DEPUTIES PICK UP BIG STILL 1
June 26, 1930 CARIQUIST, MRS FRANK 4
June 26, 1930 GILBERT FRANKLIN NEW PRESIDENT OF KIRKLAND SERVICE CLUB 1
June 26, 1930 LEGION HONORS THEIR PAST COMMANDERS 1
June 26, 1930 DEPUTIES PICK UP BIG STILL 1
June 26, 1930 REV BENNETT TO STAY HERE YEAR 1
June 26, 1930 WILLA BEATTE, RALPH E BOSWORTH 8
July 3, 1930 WILLIAMS-WEBB PLAN NEW BLDGS 1
July 3, 1930 O R MAGNUSON RECEIVES JUANITA COTTAGE CONTRACT 1
July 3, 1930 TO OPEN STORE TEMPORARILY 1
July 3, 1930 NO TRACE OF MAN AND BOAT SUNK IN LAKE 1
July 3, 1930 BUILDINGS RUINED TO BE REPLACED BY FIRE PROOF STRUCTURES 1
July 3, 1930 TOWN IMPROVES BY OILING AND PLACING GARBAGE CANS 1
July 3, 1930 SERVICE CLUB AGAIN SPONSORS PRINCESS CONTEST FOR N.P. FAIR 1
July 3, 1930 BUILDINGS RUINED TO BEREPLACED BY FIRE PROOF STRUCTURES 1
July 3, 1930 ELECTRICAL ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED THIS WEEK 1
July 3, 1930 BLACKIE, JAMES A 1
July 3, 1930 CLOSE TO ONE HUNDRED ATTEND SCOUT BANQUET 1
July 3, 1930 KIRKLAND WILL STAY IN LEAGUE 1
July 3, 1930 LA BARR LEAVES KIRKLAND OFFICE 1
July 3, 1930 MARY HUSE, HENRY GRAY 12
July 10, 1930 PUGET POWER - AN ASTOUNDING RATE REDUCTION 12
July 10, 1930 REICKSONS CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY (MR AND MRS FRANK) 1
July 10, 1930 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 4
July 10, 1930 NEW COLUMBIA LUMBER HEADQUARTERS (PHOTO) 7
July 10, 1930 HUBERS MARKET JOINS PURITY ORGANIZATION 1
July 10, 1930 FIRE VICTIMS IN TEMPORARY LOCATIONS NOW 1
July 10, 1930 BOARD REWARDS YEARS SERVICE 1
July 10, 1930 FIRE VICTIMS IN TEMPORARY LOCATIONS NOW 1
July 10, 1930 TUBERCULOSIS CLINIC HERE 1
July 10, 1930 LADY LEAVES PURSE IN CAR; LOSES OVER $700 1
July 10, 1930 ANDRESEN, HENRY C 1
July 10, 1930 PETERSON, JANET CLAIRE 1
July 10, 1930 REDISTRICTING PLEA WILL GO ON BALLOT 1
July 10, 1930 POWER CO ANNOUNCES FURTHER REDUCTION IN EAST SIDE RATES 1
July 10, 1930 POWER OFFICIAL ASSUMES DUTIES (SHOEL, WILLIAM) 1
July 17, 1930 WRECKERS DEMOLISHING REMAINS OF ONE OF TOWNS OLDEST BUILDINGS 1
July 17, 1930 WRECKERS DEMOLISHING REMAINS OF ONE OF TOWNS OLDEST BUILDINGS 1
July 17, 1930 THREE NAMED IN QUEEN CONTEST 1
July 17, 1930 WRECKERS DEMOLISHING REMAINS OF ONE OF TOWNS OLDEST BUILDINGS 1
July 17, 1930 TUBERCULOSIS CLINIC HERE 1
July 17, 1930 MRS CHESTER'S PURSE RETURNED MINUS $10.00 1
July 17, 1930 EARLEY FILES FOR CO OFFICE 1
July 17, 1930 TOWN STARTS IN DRIVE FOR REGISTRATION 1
July 17, 1930 REDMOND CORRESPONDENT HAS BEEN WRITING FOR JOURNAL FOR 20 YEARS 1
July 17, 1930 JUNIOR LEAGUERS DEFEAT KENT TO WIN KING COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP 1
July 17, 1930 EPWORTH LEAGUE CAMP ATTRACTS MANY YOUNG PEOPLE EACH SUNDAY 1
July 17, 1930 EVELYN HEEGARD, WILLIAM HOWARD LINDLEYON 1
July 24, 1930 GRADE SCHOOLS OF DISTRICT 71 TO HAVE FINE PLAYFIELD IN AUTUMN 1
July 24, 1930 WRECKERS TEAR DOWN LANDMARK 1
July 24, 1930 WRECKERS TEAR DOWN LANDMARK 1
July 24, 1930 DORIS KENNEY LEADS IN CLUBS QUEEN CONTEST 1
July 24, 1930 FIRE EXPOSES THOUSAND GAL. HIGHWAY STILL 1
July 24, 1930 WRECKERS TEAR DOWN LANDMARK 1
July 24, 1930 KIRKLAND HAS ITS OWN COMMERCIAL FISHING FLEET; BOYS GETTING GOOD 1
July 24, 1930 STEEL ARRIVES FOR BUILDING OF HUGE BARGE 1
July 24, 1930 WITTENMEYER FILES FOR TREAS. 1
July 24, 1930 FIRE EXPOSES THOUSAND GAL. HIGHWAY STILL 1
July 24, 1930 SERVICE CLUB SPONSORS SWIMMING MEET AT JUANITA BEACH, SATURDAY 1
July 24, 1930 GRADING OF 5TH AVE ALLOWED BY COUNCIL 1
August 7, 1930 WORK TO START ON WEBB BLDG IN TEN DAYS 1
August 7, 1930 TWO BURNED AS TANK IN DYE PLANT EXPLODES; MAY NOT LIVE 1
August 7, 1930 YMCA WEEKLY PLAY NIGHT IS PROVING POPULAR EVENT HERE 1
August 7, 1930 DORIS KENNEY IS WINNER OF QUEEN CONTEST 1
August 7, 1930 BURNING DEBRIS CALLS FIRE DEPARTMENT SAT. 1
August 7, 1930 FIRE DESTROYS BLAKE HOME THIS MORNING 1
August 7, 1930 NO MORE FIRE PERMITS DURING HOT WEATHER 1
August 7, 1930 SUIT DOES NOT HURT SUPPLY CO 1
August 7, 1930 KIRKLAND-EARLEY CLUB IS FORMED 1
August 7, 1930 SERVICE CLUB PUSHES DRIVE ON REGISTRATION; MARK SET AT 700 1
August 7, 1930 TELEPHONE COMPANY INSTALL NEW CABLE 1
August 14, 1930 SHERIFF BANNICK IN PRIVATE LIFE 5
August 14, 1930 KIRKLAND DYE WORKS CONTINUES TO OPERATE 1
August 14, 1930 SINGER COMPANY OPENS AGENCY IN KIRKLAND 12
August 14, 1930 CANNERY STARTS SEASONS PEAR PACK THIS WEEK 1
August 14, 1930 DISCOVERED AS HE SETS FIRES 1
August 14, 1930 "CAN YOU REMEMBER WHEN" CLUB IS FORMED BY PIONEERS AT PICNIC 1
August 14, 1930 DISCOVERED AS HE SETS FIRES 1
August 14, 1930 CAREY, JAMES C 12
August 14, 1930 TURNER, KIRBY S 12
August 14, 1930 WHITE, DAVE 1
August 14, 1930 KIRKLAND REGISTRATION MAKES BIG GAIN; NEARS 700 MARK 1
August 14, 1930 FAILURE TO ILLUMINATE SHIPS AS SCHEDULED DISAPPOINTS CROWD 1
August 14, 1930 ROAD CONTRACTS ARE AWARDED 12
August 14, 1930 THREE MILLION SPENT ON EASTSIDE ROADS BY COUNTY 1
August 14, 1930 BERTHA TREGILGUS, ALBERT SELLS 1
August 21, 1930 SELECT SITE FOR NEW BANK; TO BUILD SOON 1
August 21, 1930 K W ELECTRIC SHOP OPENED BY E G NALY 1
August 21, 1930 LYNNE SCHOOL OPENS STUDIO HERE IN SEPT 1
August 21, 1930 PRINCESS BACK IN NORMAL ROLE; PRAISES FAIR FOR WONDERFUL TIME 1
August 21, 1930 COUNCIL URGES INSPECTION OF FIRE HAZARDS 1
August 21, 1930 E E WILLIAMS FIRE AT NORTHUP FRIDAY 1
August 21, 1930 CHAFFER, E G 1
August 21, 1930 REGISTRATION CLOSES WITH FINAL COUNT AT 678; BELOW LAST YEAR 1
August 21, 1930 BRIDGE SPONSOR CONFIDENT OF SPANS SUCCESS 1
August 21, 1930 NEW STOP LIGHT AT CORNER 1
August 28, 1930 MAN DROWNS IN VAIN ATTEMPT TO SAVE SON 1
August 28, 1930 CORRECTION AND PUBLIC APOLOGY (DUNSTONE, J P) 14
August 28, 1930 GRADE SCHOOL PROGRAM READY 1
August 28, 1930 LEO THE LION OF MGM FAME IS VISITOR HERE ON TUESDAY 5
August 28, 1930 BIANCHI, MRS JOE 5
August 28, 1930 COKELY, ROSWELL 1
August 28, 1930 LAYNE, INGER 14
August 28, 1930 YOUNG, MRS JOHN 1
August 28, 1930 POST OFFICE SHOWS GAIN 1
August 28, 1930 KIRKLAND TO HAVE NEW TOM THUMB GOLF COURSE; READY IN TWO WEEKS 1
August 28, 1930 PAIR SWIMS TO MADISON PARK 1
August 28, 1930 THE FERRY LINCOLN OFF RUN ON TUESDAY 1
September 4, 1930 PAGE MR RIPLEY! SLADE HAS VINE OF RASPBERRIES 7
September 4, 1930 CENTRAL SCHOOL LUNCH ROOM OPENS WITH SCHOOL 1
September 4, 1930 ASSOCIATED OIL CO MAY HAVE STATION HERE 1
September 4, 1930 COLUMBIA LUMBER CO TO HAVE FORMAL OPENING OF NEW OFFICE 1
September 4, 1930 SESSIONS GIVES KIRKLAND MODERN FUNERAL COACH (PHOTO) 1
September 4, 1930 SCHOOLS SHOW BIG INCREASE 1
September 4, 1930 STATE BOARD MAKES REPORT 1
September 4, 1930 ANOTHER CHEST CLINIC COMING TO KIRKLAND 1
September 4, 1930 PARKHURST, VERNE 1
September 4, 1930 EARLEY, WITTENMYER EASTSIDE CANDIDATES FORGE INTO LEAD 1
September 4, 1930 WHERE TO VOTE AND THE CANDIDATES WHO WILL BE UP FOR YOUR APPROVAL 1
September 4, 1930 NEW CLUB TO SEEK BUS LINE 1
September 4, 1930 CLUB RECOMMENDS STOP AND GO SIGNAL 1
September 4, 1930 SYLVIA MONTEITH, RUSSELL E LITTLE 7
September 11, 1930 LETTUCE FARMS BRINGS THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS TO EAST SIDE OF LAKE 1
September 11, 1930 MODERN ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ARE FEATURES AT LOCAL FARM 1
September 11, 1930 GIRL MAY GET HEROINE MEDAL (WILSON, EDITH) 12
September 11, 1930 SERVICE CLUB HEARS LIFE OF L D TODD, TUESDAY 6
September 11, 1930 BRIDGE AGAIN CLAIMS VICTIMS 1
September 11, 1930 CRABB, MRS S A 6
September 11, 1930 CRAMER, WILLIAM 12
September 11, 1930 EAST SIDE GIVES JACK EARLEY 1031 VOTES TO 94 FOR OPPONENT 1
September 11, 1930 MARIE NIESE, HOWARD WHITNEY 7
September 18, 1930 KIRKLAND'S NEW MINIATURE GOLF COURSE 7
September 18, 1930 DODD POULTRY FARM STARTING FROM SMALL BEGINNING MAKES GOOD RECORD 1
September 18, 1930 J P MCEVOY GIVES HIS LIFE AT SERVICE CLUB 12
September 18, 1930 PLANS GIVEN CONTRACTORS ON NEW BLDG 1
September 18, 1930 NEW BUILDINGS CALL TO MIND KIRKLAND TWENTY YEARS AGO (PHOTO) 1
September 18, 1930 COLUMBIA LUMBER ADDS NEW EQUIPMENT 1
September 18, 1930 QUALITY FEED MILLS ADD COAL AND WOOD BUSINESS 1
September 18, 1930 COUNCIL OUTLINES PRELIMINARY BUDGET FOR COMING YEAR 1
September 18, 1930 LEIDA, EASTSIDE LAWSUIT COW, BACK IN COURT AGAIN THURSDAY 6
September 18, 1930 KIRKLAND SQUAD MUST BE BUILT FROM GROUND UP 1
September 18, 1930 MINIATURE GOLF COURSE PROVES POPULAR PASTIME 1
September 25, 1930 NORTHWOOD FARMS SENDING PRIZE CATTLE TO FAIR CIRCUITS OF NORTHWEST 1
September 25, 1930 ED GOVE GIVES LIFE HISTORY TUESDAY NOON 1
September 25, 1930 BIDS OPENED ON WILLIAMS BLDG 1
September 25, 1930 CAST OF 150 GET READY FOR STAGING OF AUXILIARY COMEDY "AUNT LUCIA 1
September 25, 1930 NOTED NEGRO SINGERS DUE 1
September 25, 1930 NEW FIRE RAGES; WARDEN INJURED 1
September 25, 1930 NAGORSKI, JAMES HUGH 1
September 25, 1930 KATHERINE BLASER, LOUIS MARSH 6
October 9, 1930 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 12
October 9, 1930 DR SHERWOOD PRAISES KIRKLAND 1
October 9, 1930 LOCAL THEATRE TO BE UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 1
October 9, 1930 FIRE THREATENS CAHILL HOME 12
October 9, 1930 LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENT AIDS IN FIRE PREVENTION WEEK PROGRAM 1
October 9, 1930 JUST A MATTER OF FIGURES BUT COUNCIL HAS TO SLASH BUDGET 1
October 9, 1930 YARD LAUNCHES STEEL BARGE FOR FOSS CO 1
October 9, 1930 BOYS' CITIZEN ASSOCIATION TO BE FORMED IN KIRKLAND THIS WEEK 1
October 9, 1930 SIXTY WORKERS OUT TO RAISE COMMUNITY CHURCH BUDGET 1
October 16, 1930 MRS MARY GOFF, 83, RIDES IN AIRPLANE 1
October 16, 1930 THEATRE BLDG. TO BE REBUILT IMMEDIATELY 1
October 16, 1930 CORNERSTONE FOR $300,OOO SEMINARY LAID 12
October 16, 1930 THEATRE PLANS NOT ALTERED 1
October 16, 1930 FLIERS PLUNGE INTO LAKE WASHINGTON 7
October 16, 1930 PHONE SAVES WOMAN AS COOKER EXPLODES 1
October 16, 1930 COMMUNITY CHURCH DRIVE PASSES $4500 MARK; GOAL PROMISED BY SATURDAY 1
October 16, 1930 FIRE DESTROYS BODDY HOME 12
October 16, 1930 MCBERNIE HOME CATCHES FIRE MONDAY MORNING 12
October 16, 1930 THEATRE BLDG. TO BE REBUILT IMMEDIATELY 1
October 16, 1930 BEER CRAZED JANITOR ATTACKS LANDLADY 1
October 16, 1930 DEPUTIES GET ROBBERY CLUES 1
October 16, 1930 YOUTH HELD AS CHECK FORGER 1
October 16, 1930 DOWNEY, CLARISSA ANN 12
October 16, 1930 PRICE, ROY C 1
October 16, 1930 CRISLER, NOTED ADVENTURER TO BE GUEST OF SERVICE CLUB 1
October 16, 1930 BEER CRAZED JANITOR ATTACKS LANDLADY 1
October 16, 1930 COMMUNITY CHURCH DRIVE PASSES $4500 MARK; GOAL PROMISED BY SATURDAY 1
October 16, 1930 FLIERS PLUNGE INTO LAKE WASHINGTON 7
October 23, 1930 KIRKLAND'S FIRST STEEL CONSTRUCTION (PHOTO OF WILLIAMS BLDG) 1
October 23, 1930 PERSONS MAKES RAPID PROGRESS 1
October 23, 1930 WORK RUSHED ON REPAIR OF THEATRE BLDG 1
October 23, 1930 LILA WESTON OPENS ART STUDIO AT BEAUTY SHOP 1
October 23, 1930 THEATRE MAN SENDS ORDER FOR PHOTOPHONE FOR SHOW 1
October 23, 1930 STATE EXAMINER COMPLIMENTS HIGH SCHOOL ON ITS FINANCIAL CONDITION 1
October 23, 1930 DUNBAR NEGRO QUARTET HERE AGAIN SUNDAY NITE 1
October 23, 1930 DUNBAR NEGRO QUARTET HERE AGAIN SUNDAY NITE 1
October 23, 1930 COUNCIL STUDIES FEASIBILITY OF LAND TRANSFER 1
October 23, 1930 HARDENBROOK HOLDUP VICTIM 6
October 23, 1930 LIBRARY ANNOUNCES FINE NEW BOOK SET 1
October 23, 1930 CANDIDATES TO BE OUT IN FORCE AT ROSE HILL REPUBLICAN RALLY 1
October 23, 1930 CITY NOW HAS PARKING SPACE 12
October 23, 1930 CITY IS TO HAVE NEW WATER TANK 1
October 30, 1930 ASSOCIATED TO BUILD STATION 1
October 30, 1930 ART STUDIO TO OPEN MONDAY NOV 10TH AT BEAUTY SHOP 1
October 30, 1930 ASSOCIATED TO BUILD STATION 1
October 30, 1930 GATEWAY THEATRE WILL OPEN SOON WITH THE BEST PICTURES 1
October 30, 1930 MRS CARR TAKES OVER OVERLAKE DINING ROOM 1
October 30, 1930 GATEWAY THEATRE WILL OPEN SOON WITH THE BEST PICTURES 1
October 30, 1930 FIRE AGAIN HITS GARAGE 1
October 30, 1930 COUNCIL FAVORS PROPERTY TRADE WITH UNION "A" 1
October 30, 1930 URGE OBSERVANCE OF TOWN ORDINANCES 4
October 30, 1930 JUDKINS CASE REOPENED 1
October 30, 1930 SERVICE STATION ROBBER VICTIM 1
October 30, 1930 CANDIDATES AND PROPOSITIONS UP TO VOTERS TUES 1
October 30, 1930 STRONG DRIVE BEING MADE FOR APPORTIONMENT 1
October 30, 1930 TO FORM BASKETBALL LEAGUE 1
November 6, 1930 E L SESSIONS RAISES RASPBERRIES IN NOV 1
November 6, 1930 COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENTS THROUGH SAVINGS (PHOTO OF NORTHERN S & L) 6
November 6, 1930 IS ONLY GIRL IN "U" CLASS (GREEN, BILLY) 1
November 6, 1930 ROCK GARDEN LADY NOW WINNING NATIONAL REPUTE (BANGHART, EDITH) 1
November 6, 1930 CHAMNESS NOW SUNSET AGENT 1
November 6, 1930 MEN INJURED AS TRUCK GOES THRU RAILING 1
November 6, 1930 VOLUNTEERS TO GET INSTRUCTION 1
November 6, 1930 COUNCIL PUTS LAND EXCHANGE UP TO VOTERS 1
November 6, 1930 JACK EARLY LEADS ENTIRE TICKET IN FIVE EAST SIDE PRECINCTS 1
November 6, 1930 KIRKLAND HOOP ORGANIZATION GETS UNDERWAY 6
November 6, 1930 OLD BIBLES SHOWN AT CHURCH SUNDAY EVE 12
November 6, 1930 VETERANS WILL ATTEND SERVICES 1
November 6, 1930 LOUISE OVERBECK, JOHN CLOTHIER STOKES 2
November 13, 1930 KIRKLAND HALL IS TO BE REOPENED WITH DANCE 12
November 13, 1930 ELSON HARDWARE STORE IS BEING REFINISHED INSIDE 1
November 13, 1930 NEW MODERNIZED GATEWAY THEATRE TO OPEN NEXT TUESDAY 1
November 13, 1930 PORTABLE BUILDING TO CARE FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL OVERFLOW 1
November 13, 1930 IMPRESSIVE OPENING OF WESTON ART SHOP, MON. 12
November 13, 1930 KHS ATHLETES RANK HIGH IN STATE PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS 1
November 13, 1930 START CLASS IN CITIZENSHIP 1
November 13, 1930 ONE HOME LOST BUT FIREMEN SAVE NEIGHBORS HOME FROM THE FLAMES 12
November 13, 1930 COUNCIL CHOOSES SITE FOR THE ERECTION OF NEW STORAGE TANK 1
November 13, 1930 HAS KIRKLAND BEEN VICTIM KIDNAPPING ESCAPADE MON 1
November 13, 1930 QUARTET MAKES MIDNIGHT CALL TO PASTURE TO KILL COW; CAUGHT 1
November 13, 1930 MAYER, HERBERT 12
November 20, 1930 STATUE OF LIBERTY MAKES BIG IMPRESSION ON LIFE OF DAN LARSON 6
November 20, 1930 ASSOCIATED OIL CO TO BUILD MODERN SERVICE STATION HERE 1
November 20, 1930 PACKED HOUSES GREET GATEWAY OPENING TUES. 1
November 20, 1930 COMMUNITY CHURCH TO HAVE NEON STEEPLE CROSS 1
November 20, 1930 ASSOCIATED OIL CO TO BUILD MODERN SERVICE STATION HERE 1
November 20, 1930 PACKED HOUSES GREET GATEWAY OPENING TUES. 1
November 20, 1930 ANNUAL RED CROSS DRIVE ON 1
November 20, 1930 E R NEIGHBOR, W E SHERBROOKE 1
November 20, 1930 TABITHA HAZY, HIRAM STUBBINS 1
November 20, 1930 PACKED HOUSES GREET GATEWAY OPENING TUES. 1
November 20, 1930 FIRE IN BOILER ROOM THREATENS LOCAL SHIPYARD 1
November 20, 1930 L.I.D. ACCOUNTS MUST BE PAID 1
November 20, 1930 FIRE IN BOILER ROOM THREATENS LOCAL SHIPYARD 1
November 20, 1930 SHERIFF NABS DRUNK DRIVER 1
November 20, 1930 HANSON, HANS PETER 7
November 20, 1930 SHERIFF NABS DRUNK DRIVER 1
November 20, 1930 FARM TO MARKET ROAD IS OPENED 6
November 20, 1930 KENMORE BRIDGE NOW BEING REPAIRED; DETOUR 1
November 27, 1930 PASTIME CAFE - REOPENING 13-Dec
November 27, 1930 LOCAL DAIRY TAKES ANOTHER STEP IN MODERNIZATION OF PLANT 1
November 27, 1930 PASTIME CAFE AND WEBB BLDG TO OPEN DEC 1 1
November 27, 1930 REX DRUG TO OPEN NEW STORE ON DEC 5 1
November 27, 1930 PRIZES OFFERED FOR BOYS AND GIRLS IN KID PARADE 1
November 27, 1930 SENIOR PLAY IS ONE OF BEST EVER GIVEN AT LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL 15
November 27, 1930 CALL FOR BIDS ON WATER TANK 1
November 27, 1930 KIRKLAND BUSINESS MEN PLAN EXTENSIVE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM 1
November 27, 1930 PRIZES OFFERED FOR BOYS AND GIRLS IN KID PARADE 1
November 27, 1930 JANITOR WALTER COE GIVEN JAIL SENTENCE WEDNESDAY 1
November 27, 1930 JUDKINS FREED - WIFE FACES TRIAL 1
November 27, 1930 THIEVES MAKE RAID ON EAST SIDE HIGH SCHOOLS 1
December 4, 1930 REX DRUG - REOPENING 16-17
December 4, 1930 RAISING FILBERTS ON EASTSIDE GIVES PROMISE OF BEING IMPORTANT CROP 4
December 4, 1930 SERVICE CLUB HEARS VICTOR THEREMIN 1
December 4, 1930 C B HALVERSON TO OPEN NEW DRUG STORE FRIDAY NIGHT 1
December 4, 1930 EFFICIENT STAFF OF REX DRUG CO (PHOTOS) 3
December 4, 1930 PASTIME BEAUTY PLEASES CROWD AT OPENING MON 9
December 4, 1930 KIDS TO HAVE CHRISTMAS PARTY AND DINNER AS GUESTS OF MR LIEBIG 1
December 4, 1930 COUNCIL AWAITS BIDS ON TANK 1
December 4, 1930 BANNICK CUTS 6 FROM FORCE 9
December 4, 1930 YOUTHS FAIL IN AUTO STICK-UP 1
December 4, 1930 TO ORGANIZE FEDERATED CLUB FOR EAST SIDE 1
December 4, 1930 JOURNAL OFFICE GIVEN FIRST KIRKLAND-REDMOND SUNS 1
December 11, 1930 KHS BOY GOES TO WEST POINT (PHELAN, DONALD) 1
December 11, 1930 MERCHANTS PRIZES WHICH WILL BE AUCTIONED CHRISTMAS EVE 6
December 11, 1930 REX DRUG OPENING DRAWS BIG CROWDS - BEAUTIFUL STORE WINS COMPLIMENTS 6
December 11, 1930 RELIEF COMMITTEE MAKES ANNUAL APPEAL FOR XMAS CHEER AND RELIEF 1
December 11, 1930 KIDS SURPRISE PUBLIC WITH DISPLAY OF TALENT SHOWN IN "KID PARADE" 1
December 11, 1930 GRADE SCHOOL BAND TO GIVE FIRST PUBLIC CONCERT NEXT MONDAY NITE 1
December 11, 1930 FIRE DESTROYS YEAMAN HOME 12
December 11, 1930 STOCKADE DOOMED SAYS SHER. BANNICK 1
December 11, 1930 BEAUDET, HARLEY 1
December 18, 1930 MRS A MCPHAIL BOASTS UNUSUALLY LARGE EGG 1
December 18, 1930 MCMARRS WELL PLEASED WITH REMODELED STORE 8
December 18, 1930 NEW MARKETS TO OPEN SAT. 1
December 18, 1930 WILLIAMS-MORRIS OPEN STORE WED. 1
December 18, 1930 SCOUTS AND SANTA CLAUS JOIN FORCES TO AID RELIEF DRIVE 1
December 18, 1930 SCOUTS AND SANTA CLAUS JOIN FORCES TO AID RELIEF DRIVE 1
December 18, 1930 TACOMA STEAMERS ANCHOR AT SHIPYARD WEDNESDAY 1
December 18, 1930 CONNELL, CHARLES 1
December 18, 1930 SCOUTS AND SANTA CLAUS JOIN FORCES TO AID RELIEF DRIVE 1
December 25, 1930 GUST PERSONS COMPLETES FIRST STEEL CONSTRUCTION BUILDING 8
December 25, 1930 BERT'S CIGAR STORE TO OPEN IN NEW QUARTERS 3
December 25, 1930 WILLIAMS AND MORRIS STORES OPEN FOR INSPECTION TONIGHT 3
December 25, 1930 HUNCH SAVES TAXI DRIVER FORM DISASTER 3
December 25, 1930 FIREMEN START FIRST AID TEAM 3
December 25, 1930 FILES PROTEST WITH COUNCIL 3
December 25, 1930 FIREMEN START FIRST AID TEAM 3
December 25, 1930 KIRKLAND ITEM APPEARS IN OLD SEATTLE PRESS TIMES 8
December 25, 1930 DEPUTY FRANK SEIDEL ON SPECIAL DUTY IN KIRKLAND 3
December 25, 1930 LETTUCE FARMS LARCENY TRIAL PLEA IS BLOCKED 3
December 25, 1930 MCDANIELS, ERVIN HUGHES 3
December 25, 1930 KIRKLAND ITEM APPEARS IN OLD SEATTLE PRESS TIMES 8
January 1, 1931 KIRKLAND BUSINESS CORNER PROGRESS (PHOTOS) 1
January 1, 1931 WILLIAMS & MORRIS OPEN STORES WED. 1
January 1, 1931 KIRKLAND BUSINESS CORNER PROGRESS (PHOTOS) 1
January 1, 1931 BIDS CALLED ON NEW MAINS 1
January 1, 1931 HOIBY, LOUIS K 1
January 1, 1931 POST OFFICE RECEIPTS SHOW GAIN FOR 1930 1
January 1, 1931 POWER DEMAND ON INCREASE 1
January 8, 1931 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 4
January 8, 1931 GATEWAY SPONSORS MOVIE BABY CONTEST 6
January 8, 1931 START WORK ON NEW GAS STATION 12
January 8, 1931 FIRE DESTROYS CHICKEN HOUSE 12
January 8, 1931 FIRE DESTROYS SHIPYARD BLDG 1
January 8, 1931 EARLEY TAKES OFFICE MON. AS BROWN GOES OUT 1
January 8, 1931 FIRE DESTROYS SHIPYARD BLDG 1
January 8, 1931 LAKE WASHINGTON SHIPYARDS GIVEN CONTRACT FOR REPAIRING LESCHI 1
January 8, 1931 EASTSIDE NOW WITHOUT DEPUTY 1
January 8, 1931 ROBBERS LOOT SAFEWAY CACHE 1
January 8, 1931 SUPREME COURT SAYS DISTRICT CAN BE LIABLE IN DAMAGE CASE 1
January 8, 1931 TWEEDER, EVA LEONA 12
January 8, 1931 LAKE WASHINGTON SHIPYARDS GIVEN CONTRACT FOR REPAIRING LESCHI 1
January 8, 1931 BESS BURCH, GILBERT VORRHEIS 1
January 15, 1931 MEADOWDALE DAIRY ONE OF EASTSIDE'S MOST MODERN AND SANITARY PLANTS 1
January 15, 1931 HOTEL BLOCK FIRE MAY MEAN NEW BUILDING FOR KIRKLAND 1
January 15, 1931 HOTEL BLOCK FIRE MAY MEAN NEW BUILDING FOR KIRKLAND 1
January 15, 1931 MRS HOEZLE ADDS NEON SIGN TO BUSINESS DISTRICT 1
January 15, 1931 HOTEL BLOCK FIRE MAY MEAN NEW BUILDING FOR KIRKLAND 1
January 15, 1931 MRS HOEZLE ADDS NEON SIGN TO BUSINESS DISTRICT 1
January 15, 1931 AN IDEAL FIRE (BURNING OF HOTEL) 12
January 15, 1931 FAMOUS WRESTLING BEAR AT GATEWAY FRIDAY, 23 1
January 15, 1931 HOTEL BLOCK FIRE MAY MEAN NEW BUILDING FOR KIRKLAND 1
January 15, 1931 PLAN INSURANCE FOR FIREMEN 11
January 15, 1931 HOTEL BLOCK FIRE MAY MEAN NEW BUILDING FOR KIRKLAND 1
January 15, 1931 JUANITA BEACH GIVEN AWARD 1
January 15, 1931 SHIPYARD LOSS IS OVER $4000 6
January 15, 1931 FEDERAL CHARGE AGAINST WADE 11
January 15, 1931 SENTENCED FOR STEALING COW 1
January 15, 1931 BRUCE, WILLIAM 1
January 15, 1931 NELSON, O A 1
January 15, 1931 PARTNERSHIP IS TERMINATED (COLLINS AND HARLOW) 1
January 15, 1931 JUANITA BEACH GIVEN AWARD 1
January 15, 1931 WATER SEWAGE PLANS INCLUDE EAST OF LAKE 1
January 22, 1931 TAKES STEPS TO PREVENT LIFTING OF QUARANTINE ON FOREIGN BULBS 1
January 22, 1931 MACMARR'S HAS NEW MANAGER 1
January 22, 1931 RADIO TUBE TESTER INSTALLED AT THE KIRKLAND PHARMACY 1
January 22, 1931 WOMAN BADLY BURNED; MATCH LIGHTS CLOTHES 1
January 22, 1931 KIDDIES HAVE PICTURES TAKEN 14
January 22, 1931 GRANDPA BULGER IS COMING TO KIRKLAND 1
January 22, 1931 COUNCIL AND SCHOOL BOARD DISCUSS PROPERTY TRANSFER AT MEETING 1
January 22, 1931 COUNCIL AWARDS PIPELINE BID 1
January 22, 1931 STATE AUDITOR PRAISES TOWN ON EFFICIENCY 1
January 22, 1931 COW THIEVES GIVEN SENTENCE 1
January 22, 1931 KIRKLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY TO SELL ENCYCLOPEDIA 6
January 22, 1931 RERICK, GERTRUDE A 6
January 22, 1931 COMMUNITY CHURCH TO HAVE THURSDAY SERVICE 1
January 22, 1931 GOVERNOR PUTS NEARLY HALF MILLION INTO BUDGET FOR SUNSET HIGHWAY 1
January 22, 1931 COUNCIL AWARDS PIPELINE BID 1
January 29, 1931 FRANKLIN ANNOUNCES NEW BUILDING ON HOTEL BLOCK CORNER 1
January 29, 1931 CARPENTERS CUT UP NEW FLOOR TO RESCUE 'TABBY' BETWEEN FLOORS 1
January 29, 1931 E Z SMITH ADDS NEW RADIO LAB EQUIPMENT 1
January 29, 1931 RERICK OPENS NEW PLUMBING COMPANY 1
January 29, 1931 FRANKLIN ANNOUNCES NEW BUILDING ON HOTEL BLOCK CORNER 1
January 29, 1931 MEETING AT JUANITA FOR NAMING SCHOOL DIRECTOR 1
January 29, 1931 COUNCIL BUYS COUNTY GRADER 1
January 29, 1931 PATTY SERVES TOWN 27 YEARS 1
January 29, 1931 TERMS OF THREE COUNCILMEN END IN SPRING 1
January 29, 1931 TRANSFER OF SCHOOL PROPERTY ON BALLOT FOR SPRING ELECTION 1
January 29, 1931 FRANKLIN ANNOUNCES NEW BUILDING ON HOTEL BLOCK CORNER 1
January 29, 1931 RADIO THEFTS AT DAVE ARNOLD HOME NOW REGULATED BY ANNIVERSARIES 1
January 29, 1931 MOYLE, ANNA 6
January 29, 1931 WOMEN CELEBRATE CLUB'S 11TH BIRTHDAY 1
January 29, 1931 NOW IT'S COLLINS AND SON AND DAUGHTER 1
January 29, 1931 COUNTY GRANTS WATER RIGHTS 1
January 29, 1931 SPRING HERE SAYS "NATURE" - WATCH OUT SAYS JACK FROST 1
February 5, 1931 STARTING FROM "SCRATCH" VALHALLA POULTRY FARM NOW IS ONE OF THE B 1
February 5, 1931 WRECKING TO BE STARTED SOON (KIRKLAND HOTEL) 1
February 5, 1931 THE EASTSIDE MOTOR CO NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS 1
February 5, 1931 EAST SIDE TO ASSIST IN RED CROSS DROUGHT AREA RELIEF 1
February 5, 1931 AUDUBON SOCIETY BIRD CENSUS TOTALS 25,625 6
February 5, 1931 LOCAL VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT ENTERS FIRE ASSOCIATION CONTEST 6
February 5, 1931 SERVICE CLUB INVESTIGATES LAND TRANSFER 1
February 5, 1931 FIREMEN PLAN ST PATRICK'S ANNUAL DANCE 1
February 5, 1931 GROUND HOG STUFF IS THE BUNK SAYS MISTER ARCTOMYS MONAX 6
February 5, 1931 BENSON, WILLIAM 1
February 5, 1931 LOGAN, MARY 5
February 5, 1931 SWARTZ, OSCAR A 5
February 5, 1931 FATHER AND SON TAKES SCOUT EAGLE RANK AT SAME TIME (NELSON, L M 1
February 5, 1931 SCOUTS OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY 1
February 5, 1931 FUTURE OF KIRKLAND 1931 BALL TEAM NOW HANGS IN BALANCE 1
February 5, 1931 OLYMPIA BILL WOULD CRIPPLE NORTH DISTRICT ROAD FUNDS 1
February 12, 1931 BULB EMBARGO WILL STAY PUT 1
February 12, 1931 SCHOOL OPERETTA "BELLE OF BARCELONA" COMING FEB 27-28 7
February 12, 1931 ASKS BOARD NOT TO CONSIDER HIM (HATCH, C E) 1
February 12, 1931 BOARD CANNOT ACCEPT LEASE ON PLAY FIELD 1
February 12, 1931 LOCAL SHIPYARD IS LOW BIDDER ON BIG CALIFORNIA FERRY 1
February 12, 1931 GABEL, PHILIP J 9
February 12, 1931 SCOUTS FIRST AID CONTEST HELD IN KIRKLAND WED. 1
February 12, 1931 SHORELINE GETS IN WAY AS FERRY DECIDES TO WANDER FROM ITS PATH 1
February 12, 1931 SUNSET HIGHWAY CLUB RAISES FUNDS FOR HIGHWAY BATTLE AT OLYMPIA 1
February 12, 1931 POWER CO TO REDUCE RATES 1
February 12, 1931 WATER BILL QUESTIONS SETTLED BY COUNCIL 1
February 19, 1931 MR AND MRS OLLIS PATTY CELEBRATE SILVER WEDDING 5
February 19, 1931 PERSONS GETS CONTRACT ON FRANKLIN BUILDING 1
February 19, 1931 CONTRACT LET ON NEW MILLION DOLLAR CATHOLIC SEMINARY 1
February 19, 1931 LOSES FINGERS IN KHS MANUAL TRAINING SHOP 1
February 19, 1931 BOARD ELECTS NEW SUPERINTENDENT (TRAVIS, IVAN) 1
February 19, 1931 FORMER MAYOR PRESENTS ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF PROPERTY TRADE BY TOWN 1
February 19, 1931 FLOOD WATERS CAUSE DAMAGE 1
February 19, 1931 CORINNE MAE GREGG, NORMAN C FEROE 12
March 5, 1931 "BELLE OF BARCELONA" PLAYS TO TWO PLEASED AUDIENCES 1
March 5, 1931 HIGHLAND PIONEER HEADS CLUB FOR 22 SUCCESSIVE YEARS (GOFF, MARY) 1
March 5, 1931 PARRY JOINS GRIFFITH IN DAIRY BUSINESS 1
March 5, 1931 JAPANESE BOY DROWNING HERO (MAFUNE, MAKOTA) 1
March 5, 1931 GRADE SCHOOL ELECTION SAT. 1
March 5, 1931 HOUSER BILL WOULD CURTAIL GAME PRESERVE 1
March 5, 1931 FIRE FIGHTERS GET TWO CALLS 7
March 5, 1931 COUNCILMEN UNOPPOSED IN TUES ELECTION 1
March 5, 1931 STUDENTS AND BOARD URGE LAND TRADE 1
March 5, 1931 MOORE, CHARLES D 5
March 5, 1931 SCOTT, LIZZIE 7
March 12, 1931 THIRTY-TWO COMPLETE WORK IN CITIZENSHIP AS CLASSES END 1
March 12, 1931 VOTERS GIVE BIG MAJORITY TO SCHOOL-TOWN PROPERTY TRANSFER 1
March 12, 1931 MANY STUDENTS OUT OF SCHOOL AS FLU ATTACK GRIPS COMMUNITY 6
March 12, 1931 CORONERS INQUEST FREES DRIVER OF WRECK CAR; URGES CAUTION 1
March 12, 1931 ROSE HILL SCOUT TROOP WINS COUNTY FIRST AID CHAMPIONSHIP FRIDAY 1
March 12, 1931 EAST SIDE GAINS BY LEGISLATIVE ENHANCEMENTS 1
March 12, 1931 VOTERS GIVE BIG MAJORITY TO SCHOOL-TOWN PROPERTY TRANSFER 1
March 19, 1931 C S SHUMAKER TO BE IN CHARGE OF MODERN SERVICE STATION (PHOTO) 1
March 19, 1931 C S SHUMAKER TO BE IN CHARGE OF MODERN SERVICE STATION (PHOTO) 1
March 19, 1931 WM F KENNAUGH CRUSHES HAND IN MACHINERY MONDAY 1
March 19, 1931 SHOWALTER BILL VETO COSTS EAST SIDE CLOSE TO $40000 1
March 19, 1931 ATTEMPTED ROBBERY NIPPED IN THE BUD 1
March 19, 1931 BROWN TOGGERY ROBBERS MAKE CLEAN GETAWAY 1
March 19, 1931 GIRLS IN VACANT HOUSE FACE TRIAL 7
March 19, 1931 JURY TO GET DAMAGE CASE THIS AFTERNOON (FOOTBALL INJURY) 1
March 19, 1931 JOURNALISM STUDENTS TAKE OVER THE JOURNAL 1
March 19, 1931 FERRY LINCOLN IS HAVING ANNUAL SPRING CLEANING 7
March 19, 1931 COUNTY OFFICIAL DECLARES EAST SIDE MUST FACE SEWAGE PROBLEM 1
March 19, 1931 BERNICE BERKEY, HARRY BARTH 7
March 26, 1931 NEW BUILDING READY IN JUNE 1
March 26, 1931 CITIZENS WANT CIVIC BUILDING; PLAYFIELD WORK BEGINS IN JUNE 1
March 26, 1931 JUANITA AMUSEMENT PARK UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 1
March 26, 1931 DAVID BURR TO RETIRE FROM SCHOOL BOARD 1
March 26, 1931 THREE ORATORICAL CONTESTS INTEREST KIRKLAND STUDENTS 1
March 26, 1931 JUANITA AMUSEMENT PARK UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 1
March 26, 1931 BACHELOR GIRL FOUND IN ABERDEEN, SEATTLE, BELLINGHAM & POINTS WES 12
March 26, 1931 CLUB PETITIONS COUNCIL FOR FULL-TIME PATROLMAN 1
March 26, 1931 LOWELL MORRIS ASKS REHEARING 1
March 26, 1931 LARIMORE, E L 5
March 26, 1931 PARKER, HATTIE 7
March 26, 1931 BOY SCOUTS WIN HONORS 1
March 26, 1931 TOWN WILL HAVE BASEBALL TEAM 1
March 26, 1931 JUANITA AMUSEMENT PARK UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 1
March 26, 1931 FERRY READY FOR SERVICE 1
March 26, 1931 LOCAL TRAFFIC NOT AFFECTED SAYS ARNESON 5
March 26, 1931 CHANDLER EXPLAINS PROPOSED BRIDGE; CLUB QUESTIONS KIRKLAND'S BENEFIT 1
April 2, 1931 GRIFFITHS DAIRY WINS HONORS 1
April 2, 1931 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 10
April 2, 1931 BREWER BUYS LAND FOR FUTURE ADDITION 1
April 2, 1931 ROSE HILL LADIES BUY NEW PEWS FOR CHURCH 12
April 2, 1931 BREWER BUYS LAND FOR FUTURE ADDITION 1
April 2, 1931 KIRKLAND PACKING CO BLAZE CAUSES LOSS OF OVER $130,000 1
April 2, 1931 KIRKLAND PACKING CO BLAZE CAUSES LOSS OF OVER $130,000 1
April 2, 1931 KIRKLAND PACKING CO BLAZE CAUSES LOSS OF OVER $130,000 1
April 2, 1931 GIVES TIME TO PATROL WORK 1
April 2, 1931 LEAF, MRS J P 12
April 2, 1931 BASEBALL TEAM GIVEN SUPPORT 1
April 2, 1931 MASAKO HIROSE, N DODOBARA 4
April 9, 1931 BUYS BELLEVUE LAUNDRY SAT. 14
April 9, 1931 FIREMEN SOON TO HAVE NATTY NEW UNIFORMS; OFF THE WALK EVERYBODY 1
April 9, 1931 OLD STOCK CERTIFICATE IS GRIM REMINDER OF EARLY BOOM DAYS 1
April 9, 1931 LAKE WATERS BACK UP OVER VALLEY FARMS 1
April 9, 1931 MORRIS CASE APPEAL DENIED CASES DROPPED 1
April 9, 1931 MILLET, FRANK 6
April 9, 1931 PATTEE, NELLIE PETTAJANE 7
April 9, 1931 POLLOCK, THOMAS 1
April 9, 1931 WEST, KATHERINE 7
April 9, 1931 SCOUTS TO LOSE FIELD EXECUTIVE 1
April 9, 1931 OLD STOCK CERTIFICATE IS GRIM REMINDER OF EARLY BOOM DAYS 1
April 9, 1931 STAGES DETOUR VIA RENTON 1
April 16, 1931 IRRIGATION PLAN AROUSES IRE OF MANY RANCHERS 1
April 16, 1931 KIRKLAND PACKING CO PLANS TO REESTABLISH ITS PLANT HERE 1
April 16, 1931 FALLING METEORITE CRASHES THROUGH THE ROOF OF S N JOHNSTON HOME H 1
April 16, 1931 KLOPFER HEADS UNION A BOARD 1
April 16, 1931 FALLING METEORITE CRASHES THROUGH THE ROOF OF S N JOHNSTON HOME H 1
April 16, 1931 NEGRO INFLUX STIRS RESIDENTS OF JUANITA DISTRICT 1
April 16, 1931 PROPOSE ORGANIZATION OF JUNIOR FIRE DEPARTMENT FOR KIRKLAND 1
April 16, 1931 FISHER TELLS OF THE KIRKLAND OF 1880 1
April 16, 1931 KIRKLAND PACKING CO PLANS TO REESTABLISH ITS PLANT HERE 1
April 16, 1931 A C CAMERON NAMED EASTSIDE DEPUTY SHERIFF 1
April 16, 1931 HARLOW REPORTS REALTY ACTIVE 1
April 16, 1931 JUANITA BEACHES ARE HOSTS TO RESORT ASSN 1
April 16, 1931 JUANITA PARK TO OPEN SEASON SATURDAY, 25TH 1
April 23, 1931 NEW MANAGER FOR NATIONAL SUPPLY 1
April 23, 1931 STORES PLAN MOVES EARLY NEXT MONTH 1
April 23, 1931 IT HURTS THE COMMUNITY (NEGROS MOVING TO EASTSIDE) 10
April 23, 1931 PIPELINE JOBS ARE ACCEPTED 12
April 23, 1931 IT HURTS THE COMMUNITY (NEGROS MOVING TO EASTSIDE) 10
April 23, 1931 WANTED! ONE QUEEN FOR MISS EASTSIDE - JUST SEND IN NAME 1
April 23, 1931 HARRY FRENCH RECALLS EARLY DAYS ON EASTSIDE 1
April 23, 1931 KIDNAPPING THWARTED BY GIRL'S SCREAMS 1
April 23, 1931 NO TANDEM RIDING ON SIDEWALKS SAY CITY DADS 1
April 23, 1931 EASTER, E M 7
April 23, 1931 HAPPA, WILLIAM 7
April 23, 1931 JACOBSON, GEORGE 1
April 23, 1931 LASATER, ESTHER 6
April 23, 1931 PETERSON, GRETA 6
April 23, 1931 MEETING SUN. MAY CHANGE CHURCH POLICY 1
April 23, 1931 BETTER SERVICE IS PROMISE OF DISPOSAL CO 1
April 23, 1931 FAY BOYCE, JAMES PATTERSON 12
April 30, 1931 COL BLETHEN TO HAVE HOME HERE 1
April 30, 1931 ANOTHER LINK IN CHAIN OF PROGRESS (NEW FRANKLIN BUILDING) 1
April 30, 1931 FRANKLIN BLOCK IS CONTRACTOR'S FOURTH PUBLIC BUILDING HERE 9
April 30, 1931 HADLEY BARBER SHOP TO APPEAL TO BOTH SEXES 9
April 30, 1931 JEWELL TO OPEN FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET 1
April 30, 1931 KIRKLAND PHARMACY TO HAVE EXPANSIVE FRONT 9
April 30, 1931 NEW JEWELRY HOME NOT LIKE LOY'S FIRST STORE 9
April 30, 1931 NEW LIGHTING EFFECTS MAKE STORE DISTINCTIVE 9
April 30, 1931 NEW STORE MILESTONE IN DUNSTONE BUSINESS 9
April 30, 1931 GRADE BOARD CHOOSES NEW TEACHING STAFF 1
April 30, 1931 FIRE PATROL GOES ON EARLY 7
April 30, 1931 DR HARRIS, OPTICIAN TO LOCATE IN FRANKLIN BLDG 9
April 30, 1931 SHERWOOD CLINIC EQUAL OF SEATTLE'S FINEST 9
April 30, 1931 FISHER TELLS OF EARLY DAYS 6
April 30, 1931 CLARKE, SAMUEL J 6
April 30, 1931 BENNETT WILL LEAVE LOCAL PULPIT SOON 1
April 30, 1931 RADIO PREACHER OF AMERICA TO APPEAR HERE 1
April 30, 1931 CONOVER ROAD CONTRACT LET 1
April 30, 1931 BIRD TO EXPLAIN WATER PROJECT 1
April 30, 1931 DISPOSAL COMPANY ANXIOUS TO SERVE 1
April 30, 1931 ULA SEAVEY, WALTER GIBBS 6
May 7, 1931 SEATTLE ORDINANCE THREATENS FARMERS AND SMALL PACKERS 1
May 7, 1931 STATE SHORTHAND CHAMPIONSHIP GOES TO KIRKLAND GIRL(HELMS, MELISSA 1
May 7, 1931 TENANTS NOW MOVE INTO NEW BUILDING (FRANKLIN BUILDING) 1
May 7, 1931 BOSWORTH MARKET OPEN SATURDAY 1
May 7, 1931 PLAN LARGEST POPPY SALE 1
May 7, 1931 KIRKLAND GIRL CHOSEN TO BE MISS EAST SIDE (LABARR, DOROTHY) 1
May 7, 1931 FIRE DESTROYS FISHER HOME 1
May 7, 1931 SEATTLE ORDINANCE THREATENS FARMERS AND SMALL PACKERS 1
May 7, 1931 LASATER, ESTHER ELIZABETH 1
May 7, 1931 GRAND COUNCIL FIRE IMPRESSES LARGE AUDIENCE; COLORFUL DISPLAY 1
May 7, 1931 PLAN LARGEST POPPY SALE 1
May 14, 1931 QUALITY FEED MILLS TO BUILD NEW WAREHOUSE 1
May 14, 1931 PHARMACY NOW LOCATED IN ITS MODERN HOME 1
May 14, 1931 CANNERY STARTS NEW BUILDING 1
May 14, 1931 BOARD VOTES FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ELECTION FOR UNION A 1
May 14, 1931 ELEPHANTS WILL WALK KIRKLAND STREETS FIRST TIME AS CIRCUS COMES 1
May 14, 1931 MULLIGAN TELLS OF P.O. GROWTH 1
May 14, 1931 MAYOR NEWBERRY PROCLAIMS POPPY DAY 1
May 14, 1931 EGG PACKING SERVICE EXTENDED TO EAST SIDE 1
May 14, 1931 SCOUTS TO HOLD BIG MEET IN KIRKLAND 1
May 14, 1931 CHANDLER WILL CONTINUE FERRY 1
May 14, 1931 WATER COMPANY OFFERS TO GIVE EAST SIDE PERMANENT WATER SUPPLY 1
May 21, 1931 YOUNGER'S CANDIES - NOW IN OUR NEW BUILDING 13
May 21, 1931 SCHOOL HOLDS OPEN HOUSE 12
May 21, 1931 FAGAN JOINS FIRM OF HARLOW & HALE 14
May 21, 1931 KIRKLAND CHAMBER IS INVITED ON ALASKA TRIP 13
May 21, 1931 FIFTY-FOUR SENIORS TO GET KHS DIPLOMAS (PHOTOS) 12
May 21, 1931 PUPILS TALENT SHOW HERE 1
May 21, 1931 SCHOOL BOARD NEGOTIATES FOR PURCHASE OF BALANCE OF PARK 1
May 21, 1931 STUDENTS WILL CONDUCT OWN COMMENCEMENT 1
May 21, 1931 KIDS AWAIT CIRCUS COMING 1
May 21, 1931 CHIEF BLAU ASKS FOR MORE FIRE HOSE 1
May 21, 1931 MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM SET 1
May 21, 1931 PLAN TO MAKE BEACHES SAFER 1
May 21, 1931 ARGUMENT ENDS IN APACHE ART 1
May 21, 1931 CHICKEN THIEVES WORKING AGAIN 1
May 21, 1931 WILL TRY TO CONTROL SPEEDING MOTORISTS 1
May 21, 1931 MEAGHER, CORA 1
May 21, 1931 MOSER, KITTY 9
May 21, 1931 KIRKLAND WILL AGAIN COMPETE IN JUNIOR RACE 1
May 21, 1931 PRESIDENT BRIGHT MAKES FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR LOCAL BALL CLUB 1
May 21, 1931 PACKED HOUSE HEARS SCIENCE LECTURE HERE 14
May 21, 1931 GLADYS HOLT, GEORGE HOWE 12
May 21, 1931 MARGARET BASSETT, WILLIAM MUSGROVE 12
May 28, 1931 NEW MORTUARY FOR KIRKLAND 1
May 28, 1931 DUNSTONE OPENS NEW SHOE STORE 1
May 28, 1931 KIRKLAND PHARMACY GETS NEW FOUNTAIN 1
May 28, 1931 NEW MORTUARY FOR KIRKLAND 1
May 28, 1931 CANNERY AGAIN READY TO START BERRY PACKING 1
May 28, 1931 OVER TWO THOUSAND POPPIES ARE SOLD BY LOCAL LEGION AUXILIARY 6
May 28, 1931 GRADES WILL HOLD JOINT COMMENCEMENT 1
May 28, 1931 UNION A WILL GRADUATE ITS LARGEST CLASS 1
May 28, 1931 COLORED GIANTS MEET KIRKLAND HERE ON SAT. 1
May 28, 1931 DOCTORS NOW IN NEW OFFICES 1
May 28, 1931 RED CROSS TO GIVE LIFE SAVING COURSE 1
May 28, 1931 VETS COMPLETE PLANS FOR BIG MEMORIAL DAY 1
May 28, 1931 MRS CAREY WILL LEASE DYE WORKS 12
May 28, 1931 FORMER DEPUTY SHERIFFS SUE FOR BACK SALARIES 1
May 28, 1931 LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY ASSN OFFER REWARD FOR CHICKEN THIEVES 1
May 28, 1931 COLORED GIANTS MEET KIRKLAND HERE ON SAT. 1
May 28, 1931 GIVES FAREWELL SERMON JUNE 28 (BENNETT, REV DWIGHT G) 1
May 28, 1931 FERRY LESCHI RAMS INTO MEDINA DOCK 1
May 28, 1931 VETS COMPLETE PLANS FOR BIG MEMORIAL DAY 1
June 4, 1931 AMUNDSEN OPENS NEW EATING HOUSE 1
June 4, 1931 CREDIT ASSN & EASTSIDE ICE & FUEL MOVE OFFICE 1
June 4, 1931 OPENS KIRKLAND SMITH TOWER 1
June 4, 1931 FACULTY OF UNION HIGH SCHOOL FROM WHICH 16 GRADUATE TONIGHT (PHOTO) 2
June 4, 1931 OVER 600 WITNESS GRADUATION OF KIRKLAND AND ROSE HILL STUDENTS 4
June 4, 1931 SENIORS TO GET DIPLOMAS TONIGHT 4
June 4, 1931 FESTIVAL ASKS KIRKLAND AID (STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL) 1
June 4, 1931 BENSON HEADS FIRE FIGHTERS (PHOTO) 1
June 4, 1931 TO OPEN NEW HOTEL SAT. 1
June 4, 1931 YMCA TO ASSIST IN MAKING EAST SIDE BEACHES SAFE FOR BATHERS 4
June 4, 1931 KILLING SEVEN HUNDRED CHICKENS IS JUST A NIGHTS WORK FOR THIS DOG 1
June 4, 1931 KILLS EMPLOYER WITH PIECE OF STOVE WOOD 1
June 4, 1931 SMITH, EDWARD J 1
June 4, 1931 WILLIAMS, MELVIN C 1
June 4, 1931 PLAN EIGHTEEN HOLE GOLF COURSE FOR EAST SIDE OF LAKE 1
June 4, 1931 PLAN FAREWELL FOR REV BENNETT 1
June 4, 1931 CIVIL WAR VETS FEATURE PARADE 1
June 11, 1931 FORBES SAVES DROWNING MAN 1
June 11, 1931 BIG SALES DAY AND AUCTION PLANNED BY MERCHANTS 1
June 11, 1931 CANNERY TRUCK BACK ON JOB (PHOTO) 6
June 11, 1931 DISTRICT 71 RUNS STRONG TO THREES; HAS 333 BOYS 333 GIRLS 6
June 11, 1931 JUANITA AMUSEMENT CO. STARTS SUNDAY DANCING 12
June 11, 1931 COUNCIL ASKS THAT ELECTION DATE BE SET 1
June 11, 1931 CONRAD, IDA V 5
June 11, 1931 SMITH, E J 1
June 11, 1931 LEGION WILL FEATURE BOB SPURLING IN BIG MAT EVENT HERE JUNE 19TH 1
June 11, 1931 FAREWELL FOR BENNETT TONITE 1
June 11, 1931 EDNA JEWELL, GREY W PALMER 7
June 18, 1931 ALL SET FOR BIG AUCTION AND BARGAIN DAY 1
June 18, 1931 TO OPEN BIG HELP YOURSELF STORE 1
June 18, 1931 PLAYFUL KITTEN ENDS TWO LIVES 1
June 18, 1931 WILL SEND BIG AUTO CARAVAN TO FESTIVAL 1
June 18, 1931 SIMPSON HOME BURN TO GROUND ON THURSDAY 1
June 18, 1931 BROWN'S LAWYERS ASK TO HAVE BALM AWARD SET ASIDE 1
June 18, 1931 HOLDUP GANG BELIEVES IN GIVING SERVICE WITH A SMILE - AND A GAT 1
June 18, 1931 KILLER WILL ESCAPE NOOSE 5
June 18, 1931 REESE, EDMOND 5
June 18, 1931 AUGUST SEPP IS MYSTERY MAN IN LEGION WRESTLING TOURNAMENT 1
June 18, 1931 BOLD STREET IS IMPROVED WITH CEMENT SIDEWALKS 1
June 18, 1931 SAMMAMISH RD CONTRACT LET 1
June 18, 1931 MARION BRENSIER, BENJAMIN THOMAS 5
June 25, 1931 BANKERS NOT SO PESSIMISTIC 1
June 25, 1931 BANKERS NOT SO PESSIMISTIC 1
June 25, 1931 DOUGLASS HEADS NW SHOE MEN 1
June 25, 1931 DOUGLASS HEADS NW SHOE MEN 1
June 25, 1931 KIRKLAND AGAIN SENDS CAR CARAVAN TO BELLEVUE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 1
June 25, 1931 KIRKLAND AGAIN SENDS CAR CARAVAN TO BELLEVUE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 1
June 25, 1931 SERVICE CLUB TO GUARD AGAINST FUTURE 'FLOPS' 1
June 25, 1931 SERVICE CLUB TO GUARD AGAINST FUTURE 'FLOPS' 1
June 25, 1931 REAL ESTATE IS ON THE MOVE 1
June 25, 1931 REAL ESTATE IS ON THE MOVE 1
June 25, 1931 WRESTLING FANS PACK BIG TENT AT LEGION TOURNAMENT FRIDAY NIGHT 1
June 25, 1931 WRESTLING FANS PACK BIG TENT AT LEGION TOURNAMENT FRIDAY NIGHT 1
June 25, 1931 ATTRACTIONS GALORE NOW GREET PATRONS OF IMPROVED JUANITA PARK 1
June 25, 1931 ATTRACTIONS GALORE NOW GREET PATRONS OF IMPROVED JUANITA PARK 1
June 25, 1931 BENNETT GIVES FINAL SERMON IN KIRKLAND SUN. 1
June 25, 1931 BENNETT GIVES FINAL SERMON IN KIRKLAND SUN. 1
June 25, 1931 BERTHA HOLDSWORTH, HARRY FISK 5
June 25, 1931 BERTHA HOLDSWORTH, HARRY FISK 5
June 25, 1931 EDNA BOUCK, WALTER FAGEBERG 1
June 25, 1931 EDNA BOUCK, WALTER FAGEBERG 1
June 25, 1931 ISABELLE ROBAR LA FONTAINE, JAMES RYDER 6
June 25, 1931 ISABELLE ROBAR LA FONTAINE, JAMES RYDER 6
June 25, 1931 STELLA BRUNER, RICHARD MCQUIMM 1
June 25, 1931 STELLA BRUNER, RICHARD MCQUIMM 1
July 2, 1931 SAYS MUSSOLINI TYPICAL TYRANT (HARTRANFT, BILL) 1
July 2, 1931 SPECIAL ELECTION SET FOR PARK SALE TO SCHOOL DISTRICT SET FOR AUG 1
July 2, 1931 CANNERY PACKS BERRIES SAME DAY RECEIVED 1
July 2, 1931 ROSE HILL FUND DRIVE OVER TOP 1
July 2, 1931 "CIRCUS FROM MARS" AT THE ROSE HILL CLUBHOUSE 12
July 2, 1931 COUNCIL ORDERS CAST IRON PIPE 1
July 2, 1931 SHADY BEACH ADDS AN ATTRACTIVE LOG PAVILION 1
July 2, 1931 BOAT HOUSE ROBBED 6
July 2, 1931 SWEEDS, JOHN 12
July 2, 1931 SPECIAL ELECTION SET FOR PARK SALE TO SCHOOL DISTRICT SET FOR AUG 1
July 2, 1931 ROSE HILL MEET FOR CREATION OF WATER DISTRICT 1
July 2, 1931 HEAR SIDES ON LAKE BRIDGE 1
July 2, 1931 MOCERI GETS ROAD CONTRACT 1
July 2, 1931 KIRKLAND GETS TELEPHONE MEET FOR NEXT YEAR 1
July 2, 1931 ROSE HILL MEET FOR CREATION OF WATER DISTRICT 1
July 2, 1931 BERTHA MATZEK GREGG, LEON E GRAVES 1
July 2, 1931 MARION JOHNSTON, FLOYD HARDENBROOK 5
July 9, 1931 FORMAL OPENING FOR THE NEW KIRKLAND FUNERAL HOME 11
July 9, 1931 COUPLE OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING (DAVIS, MR AND MRS JOHN A) 1
July 9, 1931 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 3
July 9, 1931 BLEITZ HOLDS OPENING SUN. 1
July 9, 1931 OWEN SWEETEN ARTIST TO BE AT THE GATEWAY 1
July 9, 1931 RURAL CARRIERS PICK KIRKLAND FOR CONVENTION 1
July 9, 1931 REGAL LILY GARDENS TAKE PLACE AMONG THE KIRKLAND INDUSTRIES 1
July 9, 1931 LAKE CLAIMS CANOEIST SUNDAY 1
July 9, 1931 SMITH, HERMAN 1
July 9, 1931 LAKE CLAIMS CANOEIST SUNDAY 1
July 9, 1931 FOR NORTH END WATER SYSTEM 3
July 9, 1931 MARGARET LANG, ROBERT DENEZER 1
July 16, 1931 POULTRYMEN'S PROSPECTS GOOD AS EGGS GO UP 1
July 16, 1931 CHAIN STORES IN HUGE MERGER (MACMARR / SAFEWAY) 1
July 16, 1931 CROWDS ATTEND HOME UNDERTAKING OPENING 12
July 16, 1931 ISAAKSON POOL ROOM IS CLOSED 1
July 16, 1931 JUNIOR HIGH IS LOGICAL MOVE SAYS JACOBSON 1
July 16, 1931 "SILENT" RAIN LATEST TALKIE DEVELOPMENT 3
July 16, 1931 JOHN SEIFERT'S ROSE HILL BLACKSMITH SHOP LOOTED 1
July 16, 1931 RETURN BOOKS SAYS THE LIBRARY BOARD 5
July 16, 1931 FLEMING, SAMUEL 1
July 16, 1931 LOWER TAXES AIM OF FEDERATED CLUBS MOVEMENT 1
July 16, 1931 WOMEN'S CLUB TO FORM STUDY CLUB IN THE FUTURE 1
July 16, 1931 WONDERS OF NATURE LURE FORMER JOURNAL EDITOR. WRITINGS IN DEMAND 1
July 23, 1931 SESSIONS FUNERAL HOME (SLAMMING OTHER FUNERAL HOMES-A MUST READ!) 6
July 23, 1931 COMFORT FOX FARM ON OLD REDMOND RD IS ONE OF COUNTIES MODEL FARMS 1
July 23, 1931 IMPORTED SLIP NOW HUGE VINE 1
July 23, 1931 SPECIAL REALTY VALUE SEEN IN HOMES BUILT THIS YEAR 5
July 23, 1931 CROWS NEST, AT JUANITA CHANGES MANAGEMENT 1
July 23, 1931 HERE IS THE REASON (NEW JUNIOR HIGH) 10
July 23, 1931 JUNIOR HIGH IS COMMUNITY NEED SAYS BOARD MEMBER 1
July 23, 1931 POLICE FEAR UNKNOWN LAD COMMITS SUICIDE 7
July 23, 1931 PICKENS, HORACE L 7
July 23, 1931 BUSINESS WOMEN TO HOLD SIXTH ANNUAL FLEET WEEK EXCURSION 1
July 23, 1931 SPECIAL REALTY VALUE SEEN IN HOMES BUILT THIS YEAR 5
July 23, 1931 ANNUAL SWIM CLASSES TO BE HELD NEXT WEEK 1
July 23, 1931 SPEED BOATS PROVING POPULAR ON LAKES WASH. & SAMMAMISH 5
July 23, 1931 COUNCIL CONSIDERS STAGE STAND FOR NEW TOLT RUN 1
July 23, 1931 LORNA LACY, EUGENE FOLIE 7
July 30, 1931 HOLD CULLING SCHOOL HERE 1
July 30, 1931 JUNIOR HIGH BENEFITS EAST SIDE SAYS KLOPFER 1
July 30, 1931 FIRST DEGREE MURDER CHARGE IS FILED AGAINST H H LOY 1
July 30, 1931 HARVEY, FREDA 6
July 30, 1931 TODD, LOUIE D 1
July 30, 1931 SEVENTY YOUNGSTERS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ANNUAL JUANITA SWIMMING CLASS 1
July 30, 1931 KIRKLAND TO BE SERVICE CENTER (PUGET SOUND POWER AND LIGHT) 1
August 6, 1931 CLARK TO TELL SERVICE CLUB ABOUT EAST SIDE GRAPE INDUSTRY 9
August 6, 1931 EAST SIDE DAIRY FARMERS PUT BLAME ON DISTRIBUTORS FOR MILK WAR 1
August 6, 1931 OLD METHODIST CHURCH TO BE REDEDICATED SUN. 1
August 6, 1931 CARR SAYS JUNIOR HIGH SOLUTION OF OVERCROWDING 1
August 6, 1931 MARSHAL BLASTS BALLARD BEACH STORY (TODD MURDER) 1
August 6, 1931 FREEMAN, CHARLES 1
August 6, 1931 HUNDREDS OF FRIENDS PAY FINAL TRIBUTE AS L D TODD LAID TO REST 4
August 6, 1931 KIRKLAND GETS POSTAL STATION 1
August 6, 1931 MARGARET OLSON SWIMS KIRKLAND TO MADRONA 1
August 6, 1931 JUANITA PARK CONSTANTLY ADDING ATTRACTIONS FOR THE VACATIONIST 1
August 6, 1931 COUNTY ROAD CONTRACTS LET 3
August 13, 1931 LOYS JEWELRY STORE - REOPENING 6
August 13, 1931 GRAPE GROWERS NEED ASSISTANCE IN MARKETING PRODUCTS SAYS CLARK 1
August 13, 1931 SURPRISED ON SILVER ANNIVERSARY (CHAMNESS, MR AND MRS W A) 3
August 13, 1931 SERVICE CLUB SPONSORS MOVEMENT TO AID ELECTION 1
August 13, 1931 PLAN BAND FOR KIRKLAND 6
August 13, 1931 ROSE HILL FAIR DATES ARE SET 1
August 13, 1931 COUNTY FACES FIRE PROBLEM 6
August 13, 1931 FIRE DAMAGES ECKVIG HOME 6
August 13, 1931 DISTRICT FARES WELL IN NEW COUNTY BUDGET 1
August 13, 1931 LOY'S PLEA IS "NOT GUILTY" 1
August 13, 1931 KIRKLAND WINS COUNTY SWIM CHAMPIONSHIP 1
August 13, 1931 FAMOUS ENGINEER LAUNCHES BIG WATER SYSTEM WORK 6
August 13, 1931 HERE IS THE HOW AND WHY OF THE ROSE HILL WATER SITUATION 6
August 13, 1931 FAMOUS ENGINEER LAUNCHES BIG WATER SYSTEM WORK 6
August 20, 1931 MARRIED 61 YEARS (BOSSARD, MR AND MRS JOHN) 1
August 20, 1931 FIRST TWINS ARRIVE AT KIRKLAND HOSPITAL (EARL, RONALD AND DONALD) 6
August 20, 1931 VOTERS PASS PARK SALE BY LARGE MAJORITY 1
August 20, 1931 L H TAUSON, JEWELER TO OPEN SHOP HERE 1
August 20, 1931 M E QUACKENBUSH BUYS MEAT MARKET 1
August 20, 1931 ASK SANITARY SURVEY HERE 1
August 20, 1931 ASKS NEW BLDG FOR STOCKADE 1
August 20, 1931 COUNCIL WILL DISCUSS BUDGET 1
August 20, 1931 CRANDELL ASKS CONTINUANCE IN LOY PLEA 1
August 20, 1931 WOODWARD, SADIE 7
August 20, 1931 KIRKLAND TRIMS COLORED BOYS, NOW GOING AFTER JAPANESE TEAM 1
August 20, 1931 LOCAL TENNIS STARS ARE EAST SIDE CHAMPIONS 1
August 20, 1931 WAYNE GOLF COURSE OPEN 6
August 27, 1931 LA PETITE SHOPPE - GRAND OPENING 12
August 27, 1931 R W DOWNEY LEASES THE CAPITAL HILL SERVICE STATION 1
August 27, 1931 DOUGLAS OPENS DANCE CLASS 12
August 27, 1931 JUNIOR HIGH BOND ELECTION DATE SEPT 4 1
August 27, 1931 NORTH END OF COUNTY HAS NEW FIRE EQUIPMENT 1
August 27, 1931 FEDERATED CLUBS COMMITTEE SAYS TAXATION HAS GONE HOG WILD 1
August 27, 1931 PROGRAM TO BE NATION WIDE (GEORGE WASHINGTON'S 200TH BIRTHDAY) 1
August 27, 1931 ATTEMPTED SUICIDE LANDS YOUTH BEHIND BARS 12
August 27, 1931 LEGION POSTS DENY ACTION ON LOY BAIL PLEA 1
August 27, 1931 HELMS, HOMER TOBEY 6
August 27, 1931 SIMMONS, WILLIAM FRANCIS 6
August 27, 1931 KIRKLAND LOSES TO JAP TEAM 1
August 27, 1931 CHURCH VOTES ON NEW PASTOR (COMMUNITY CHURCH) 1
August 27, 1931 COMMISSIONERS FROWN UPON SEWAGE SURVEY 1
August 27, 1931 ALICE OSTBERG, ARTHUR JOHNSON 6
August 27, 1931 MARGARET HAUG, ROBERT STILES 6
September 3, 1931 NEW FOX FARM STARTED HERE 8
September 3, 1931 NAZARENE CHURCH TO BURN MORTGAGE SUN. 8
September 3, 1931 ELSON STAGES NOVELTY RADIO SALE ON CROSLEY 1
September 3, 1931 LA PETITE SHOPPE OPENED BY LOCAL GIRLS MONDAY 1
September 3, 1931 PARENTS BUSY BUYING OUTFITS 1
September 3, 1931 TO DECIDE FATE OF JUNIOR HIGH FRIDAY 1
September 3, 1931 NEW PROJECTS SLATED TO AID UNEMPLOYMENT 1
September 3, 1931 JUANITA HOMES THREATENED 5
September 3, 1931 JUANITA LEADS RED CROSS TEST 1
September 3, 1931 BRINKER DENIES BAIL FOR LOY 1
September 3, 1931 CHAMNESS, KATHERINE 4
September 3, 1931 MASONS WILL OBSERVE 25TH ANNIVERSARY 1
September 3, 1931 CHURCH NAMES NEW PASTOR (COMMUNITY CHURCH - BELLINGHAM, ERNEST R) 1
September 3, 1931 BACKS CHASE SEWAGE PLAN 12
September 3, 1931 ELLA HEWITT, R G NORTHUP 4
September 10, 1931 BUCKLEY'S SERVICE STATION - NEW LOCATION (PHOTO) 13-Dec
September 10, 1931 CATHOLIC SEMINARY TO BE DEDICATED (PHOTO OF ST EDWARDS) 5
September 10, 1931 JUNIOR HIGH BONDS CARRY BY BIG MAJORITY 1
September 10, 1931 SCHOOLS SHOW BIG INCREASE 1
September 10, 1931 HOTEL AGAIN UNDER LEASE 1
September 10, 1931 JUANITA MAY FORM WATER DISTRICT SOON 1
September 10, 1931 HODSDON, JOTHAN W 1
September 10, 1931 TONIGHT IS BIG NIGHT FOR MASONS AS THEY CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY 1
September 10, 1931 JUANITA MAY FORM WATER DISTRICT SOON 1
September 17, 1931 ARCHITECTS GET QUESTIONNAIRE 1
September 17, 1931 CARL GOLDAPP IS NEW PROPRIETOR OF MARKET 1
September 17, 1931 COUNTY BARS MARRIED WOMEN (FROM WORK) 4
September 17, 1931 NOTED ARMY BAND WILL MAKE APPEARANCE AT UNIVERSITY POST 4
September 17, 1931 ANOTHER JUANITA POINT FIRE LAST SATURDAY NIGHT 16
September 17, 1931 CLUBS ASK COMMISSIONERS TO MAKE DRASTIC CUTS IN BUDGET 4
September 17, 1931 COUNCIL FILES ITS PRELIMINARY BUDGET FOR COMING YEAR 1
September 17, 1931 PRELIMINARY BUDGET FOR THE TOWN OF KIRKLAND 6
September 17, 1931 COUNTY BARS MARRIED WOMEN (FROM WORK) 4
September 17, 1931 JUANITA PUSHES WATER PLANS 16
September 17, 1931 LOY ON TRIAL FOR MURDER NEXT MONDAY 1
September 17, 1931 JARVI, JOHN ALFRED 13
September 17, 1931 KELLEY, BERNARD 16
September 17, 1931 OVETURF, LUCRETIA 16
September 17, 1931 ROBERTS, F W 1
September 17, 1931 BAKER CHOSEN PRESIDENT OF FEDERATED CLUB 1
September 17, 1931 HERE THEY ARE - ALL 17 OF THEM (PHOTO OF PAST MASTERS OF MASONS) 1
September 17, 1931 COUNTY TO REBUILD AND ENLARGE JUANITA AND FACTORIA TRESTLES 1
September 17, 1931 JUANITA PUSHES WATER PLANS 16
September 17, 1931 ELISABETH NIESE, WALTER RICHTER 4
September 24, 1931 SEATTLE'S PROPOSED MILK ORDINANCE WOULD BE BLOW TO EAST SIDE PLAN 1
September 24, 1931 YOUTH DISPLAYS ACCOMPLISHMENT AS BOAT BUILDER (TAYLOR, DICK) 6
September 24, 1931 COUNCIL PLANS LICENSE FOR CITY PEDDLERS 1
September 24, 1931 JURY MAY GET LOY MURDER CASE THIS WEEK 1
September 24, 1931 LONGWORTH, GEORGE 1
September 24, 1931 CLYDE MILLAR IS NEW LEGION POST COMMANDER 1
September 24, 1931 MRS PATTY IS AUXILIARY HEAD 1
September 24, 1931 YOUTH PROUDLY DISPLAYS FIRST ACCOMPLISHMENT AS BOAT BUILDER 6
September 24, 1931 KARL KNAUF LAYS CEMENT SIDEWALK 1
September 24, 1931 IRON MAINS WILL BE LAID 7
September 24, 1931 PUGET SOUND CO. ANNOUNCES NEW RATE SCHEDULE 1
October 1, 1931 BABY ORCHESTRA IS PLANNED FOR KIRKLAND 6
October 1, 1931 DARBY AND BELL TAKE OVER CITY SERV. STATION 1
October 1, 1931 PEDDLERS MUST FIRST OBTAIN CITY LICENSES 1
October 1, 1931 SHIPYARD TO BUILD STOCK CRUISER TO MEET THE LOW PRICE DEMAND 7
October 1, 1931 "JUSTIFIED" SAYS JURY AS LOY GETS ACQUITTAL 1
October 1, 1931 DR J C THOMPSON OPENS DENTAL OFFICE 1
October 1, 1931 RELIEF COMM. REORGANIZED 1
October 1, 1931 JUANITA PARK TO FEATURE SAT AND SUN EVE. DANCES 14
October 1, 1931 ORATORS WAX WARM AT ROSE HILL WATER MEETING FRIDAY 1
October 1, 1931 MAYOR AND FIRE CHIEF DIGNITARIES AS TWENTY MILLIONTH FORD ARRIVES 1
October 8, 1931 RUTH MCPHETRIDGE TO TEACH VIOLIN HERE 7
October 8, 1931 SEMINARY TO BE DEDICATED TUESDAY 1
October 8, 1931 NEW CHEVROLET AGENCY WILL OPEN OCT 15 1
October 8, 1931 SAVIGEAR OPENS MALT SHOP HERE 1
October 8, 1931 YOUTHFUL PATROLMEN NAMED TO WATCH OVER SAFETY OF CHILDREN 1
October 8, 1931 OPEN SCHOOL BOND BIDS SAT. 1
October 8, 1931 COUNCIL CLIPS ONE MILL OF TOWN BUDGET 1
October 8, 1931 MANY IMPROVEMENTS SLATED FOR EAST SIDE AS COUNTY BUDGET IS PASSED 1
October 8, 1931 KIRKLAND WINS VALLEY TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP 1
October 8, 1931 REVEREND BELLINGHAM BEGINS HIS WORK HERE 12
October 8, 1931 "OLD SCOUT" MAKES PERSONAL APPEARANCE IN KIRKLAND WED. 1
October 8, 1931 POWER CO EXTENDS MANY SERVICE LINES 1
October 15, 1931 REPORT ON THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 6
October 15, 1931 BURKE AND FARRAR TO BUILD NEW OFFICE 1
October 15, 1931 SCHOOL BOARD WILL SOON CHOOSE ARCHITECTS FOR NEW JUNIOR HIGH 1
October 15, 1931 DEDICATION BRINGS HUNDREDS TO EAST SIDE OF LAKE (SEMINARY) 1
October 15, 1931 HENRY'S BARBER SHOP ADDS BEAUTY PARLOR 1
October 15, 1931 KIRKLAND TO HAVE NEW DRY GOODS STORE SOON 1
October 15, 1931 FIRE DESTROYS POULTRY HOUSE 6
October 15, 1931 RANCHER TAKES POT SHOT AS THIEVES TRY TO STEAL TURKEYS 1
October 15, 1931 FEILEN, IRENE 1
October 22, 1931 LUNDQUISTS SURPRISED ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY 8
October 22, 1931 FAMOUS OLD SEA ROVER DROPS ANCHOR IN KIRKLAND (DRAKE, THOMAS) 1
October 22, 1931 MRS GOFF FETED AS SHE REACHES 84TH BIRTHDAY 4
October 22, 1931 MALLIS WILL DESIGN NEW JUNIOR HIGH 1
October 22, 1931 C M EATON OPENS THE EAST SIDE DYE WORKS 1
October 22, 1931 CHEV AGENCY IS NOW OPEN 1
October 22, 1931 MRS MILDRED CAREY TO MANAGE KIRK. DYE WORKS 1
October 22, 1931 WATCH REPAIRER OPENS SHOP IN ALLEN BUILDING 1
October 22, 1931 COLD-HUNGER FORCES TOLLER TO SURRENDER 1
October 22, 1931 LAUNDRY SAFE BLOWN AGAIN 1
October 22, 1931 POULTRY ASSN AGAIN POSTS REWARDS FOR CHICKEN THIEVES 1
October 22, 1931 MOORE, ELIZA FRANCIS 5
October 22, 1931 NALLY, EUGENE 4
October 22, 1931 WORK STARTS ON PIPE LINE 5
October 29, 1931 AGED COUPLE TAKE FIRST (PLANE) RIDE (STEWART, MR AND MRS W P) 1
October 29, 1931 ILLNESS OF RECALLS DAYS OF LINCOLN FRIENDSHIP (MCKAY, MARY) 1
October 29, 1931 LOY MOVES JEWELRY STORE FROM KIRKLAND WEDNESDAY 1
October 29, 1931 ROSE HILL CLUB RAISES FUNDS FOR RELIEF WORK 1
October 29, 1931 CITY OFFICIALS PLAN ADDED PROTECTION AS WITCHES FLY 1
October 29, 1931 FORTUNE TELLING WITCH AT KIRKLAND ELECTRIC 16
October 29, 1931 IRE ROUSED AS DOGS POISONED 1
October 29, 1931 TOLLER WILL PLEAD FRIDAY 1
October 29, 1931 PROVAN, THOMAS 1
October 29, 1931 ROSE HILL CLUB RAISES FUNDS FOR RELIEF WORK 1
October 29, 1931 COMMISSIONERS PASS CHANDLER BRIDGE REQUEST 1
November 5, 1931 NOW ONE BIG KASH & KARRY 1
November 5, 1931 JUANITA BRIDGE CLAIMS ANOTHER 1
November 5, 1931 FIREMEN MEET IN CONVENTION HERE THURSDAY 1
November 5, 1931 KIRKLAND HARDWARE PUTS OUT OWN FIRE, MONDAY 1
November 5, 1931 DOCTOR HARRIS OFFERS FREE GLASSES TO NEEDY 7
November 5, 1931 HALLOWE'EN DAMAGE IS SLIGHT; USUAL PRANKS ARE IN EVIDENCE 1
November 5, 1931 INSANITY IS TOLLER PLEA 1
November 5, 1931 REESE BROWN FACES TWO FEDERAL CHARGES 1
November 5, 1931 BENTLEY, MRS CLARENCE E 6
November 5, 1931 HENION, ELIZABETH C 13
November 5, 1931 JONES, WILLIAM E JR 3
November 5, 1931 JUANITA PARK DANCES INAUGURATE NEW PRICES 7
November 12, 1931 PROGRESSIVE GROCERY - GRAND OPENING 7
November 12, 1931 LOCAL CATTLE TAKES HONORS AT PORTLAND 1
November 12, 1931 GATEWAY THEATRE TO OBSERVE FIRST ANNIVERSARY NEXT WEEK 1
November 12, 1931 JUNIOR HIGH IS DELAYED AGAIN 7
November 12, 1931 M F FRITTS JOINS STAFF OF HART CHEVROLET CO 1
November 12, 1931 MCMARRS HAS NEW MANAGER 1
November 12, 1931 PROGRESSIVE GROCERY OPENS 1
November 12, 1931 RICHARD SCALES TAKES OVER NORTHUP DAIRY 1
November 12, 1931 CHARITY BALL NETS TIDY SUM 1
November 12, 1931 COMMITTEES HARD AT WORK TO PUT RED CROSS QUOTA OVER TOP 1
November 12, 1931 ROSE HILL SCHOOL LUNCHES IN SWING STARTING MONDAY 1
November 12, 1931 SCHOOL SHOWS LOW BUS COST 1
November 12, 1931 GATEWAY THEATRE TO OBSERVE FIRST ANNIVERSARY NEXT WEEK 1
November 12, 1931 COUNCIL MEETS MONDAY TO PAY CURRENT BILLS 1
November 12, 1931 MRS NEWBERRY TELLS OF BATTLE FIELDS AS LEGION OBSERVES ARMISTICE 1
November 12, 1931 RATES REDUCTION TO BENEFIT THE EAST SIDE 10
November 19, 1931 ROSE HILL TO ERECT CABIN 1
November 19, 1931 COUNCIL ORDERS TRANSFER OF PARK PROPERTY 1
November 19, 1931 KRISCHANO ORIGINATES NEW MONEY SAVING PLAN; NATIONAL IN SCOPE 1
November 19, 1931 PAY'N TAKIT STORE TO OPEN 1
November 19, 1931 BIG SHOW TO AID COMMUNITY RELIEF FUND IS SET FOR DEC 11 1
November 19, 1931 COUNCIL ORDERS TRANSFER OF PARK PROPERTY 1
November 19, 1931 THIEF MAKES TRY FOR FOOTBALL RECEIPTS; ROUTED BY JANITOR 1
November 19, 1931 MORRIS, B G 1
November 19, 1931 ROSE HILL TO ERECT CABIN 1
November 19, 1931 BASEBALL FINANCIAL REPORT SHOWS DEFICIT TO GIVE DANCE 13
November 19, 1931 ANNUAL CHURCH DRIVE OPEN 1
November 19, 1931 BRIDGE FUNDS OF NORTH DIST. GET SET-BACK 1
November 26, 1931 THE SHOPPING CENTER 10
November 26, 1931 INTEREST RAISE COST DISTRICT OVER $16000 1
November 26, 1931 FAMOUS MAGICIAN WILL FEATURE RELIEF SHOW 1
November 26, 1931 FIREMEN SAVE ANDERSON GARAGE 1
November 26, 1931 MERCHANTS WILL STAGE CHRISTMAS PLAY 1
November 26, 1931 BARRIE, MRS J P 6
November 26, 1931 STOTTS, LENA LEOTA 6
December 3, 1931 J C BLEITZ HAS NEW 50 FT YACHT "ELLENORA" 8
December 3, 1931 J P NELSON STARTS NEW JEWELRY STORE THIS WEEK 1
December 3, 1931 DUCK HUNTER BLOWS HAND OFF 1
December 3, 1931 COMPULSORY LIABILITY INSURANCE 14
December 3, 1931 HEADLINERS WILL FEATURE BENEFIT SHOW DEC 11TH 1
December 3, 1931 THREE BIG EVENTS WILL FEATURE MERCHANTS CHRISTMAS PROGRAM 1
December 3, 1931 LOSES HUNDRED DOLLAR REWARD AS VICTIM REGAINS CONSCIOUSNESS 1
December 3, 1931 HAPGOOD, ALBERT G 4
December 3, 1931 JUANITA BRIDGE MAY BE BUILT OF CONCRETE 1
December 10, 1931 JAS. P. NELSON OPENS JEWELRY STORE MONDAY 1
December 10, 1931 KIRKLAND TOPS WHOLE NORTH DIST. IN RESULTS OF RED CROSS DRIVE 1
December 10, 1931 FIVE HUNDRED EXPECTED TO SEE RELIEF SHOW FRIDAY 1
December 10, 1931 DECEMBER 19 TO BE BIG DAY FOR KIDS IN KIRKLAND 1
December 10, 1931 W.C.T. UNION IS ORGANIZED 1
December 10, 1931 WHAT WE DON'T KNOW DOESN'T HURT US SAY SAGES OF LIQUOR RAID 1
December 10, 1931 CUMMINGS, C A 1
December 10, 1931 WILL CALL FOR NEW BIDS ON JUANITA BRIDGE 1
December 17, 1931 OBSERVE 50TH ANNIVERSARY (KORTGAARD, MR AND MRS B) 1
December 17, 1931 BUY ON EAST SIDE WEEK MEETS WITH FAVOR AMONG ALL CLASSES 1
December 17, 1931 C R EGBERT NOW OPERATING JITNEY 1
December 17, 1931 CLARY WARREN TAKES OVER KIRKLAND DYE WORKS HERE 1
December 17, 1931 HART TAKES ON GOODYEAR TIRES 5
December 17, 1931 GATEWAY TO STAGE BENEFIT SHOW FOR RELIEF TUESDAY, DEC 22 1
December 17, 1931 RELIEF SHOW WILL NET FUND CLOSE TO $250 1
December 17, 1931 SCHOOL BOARD ANXIOUS TO SEE LOCAL LABOR 1
December 17, 1931 SCHOOL BOARD ANXIOUS TO SEE LOCAL LABOR 1
December 17, 1931 GATES, NELSON & FORTESCUE TO TAKE BIRD CENSUS HERE 1
December 17, 1931 FIREMEN SAVE FORTUNA PARK 1
December 17, 1931 700 TOYS READY FOR DISTRIBUTION - FREE SHOW AT GATEWAY 1
December 17, 1931 LOCAL SHIPYARD TO START WORK ON BIG JOB JANUARY FIRST 1
December 17, 1931 DATE SET FOR TOLLER TRIAL 7
December 17, 1931 RUM RUNNERS ARE ARRAIGNED 5
December 17, 1931 RUM RUNNERS ARE ARRAIGNED 5
December 24, 1931 RESPONSE GIVES ASSURANCE OF CHRISTMAS CHEER 1
December 24, 1931 KIDS TAKE TOWN BY STORM AS SANTA ARRIVES - 900 GET GIFTS 1
December 24, 1931 SANTA CLAUS WILL GOVE AWAY 100 VALUABLE GIFTS THURSDAY 1
December 24, 1931 BROWN-BARKER CASE IS SETTLED OUT OF COURT 1
December 24, 1931 LIQUOR CACHE CASE HEARING RESUMED 1
December 24, 1931 BARRIE, ROBERT C 1
December 24, 1931 ROBERTS, JAMES M 1
December 24, 1931 NEWSBOYS SHOW SPIRIT BY VOTING SUBSCRIPTION RECEIPTS TO RELIEF 1
December 24, 1931 TENNIS TROPHIES ARE PRESENTED 1
December 31, 1931 WATSON MOTOR COMPANY WILL OPEN JAN. 2ND 1
December 31, 1931 MANY RECEIVE AID FROM LOCAL RELIEF 1
December 31, 1931 BENEFIT SHOW ATTRACTS MANY 1
December 31, 1931 GRADE SCHOOL BOY COMPILES EARLY HISTORY OF KIRKLAND SCHOOLS 1
December 31, 1931 BEEBE, WILLIAM L 1
December 31, 1931 BURT, ESTHER 1
December 31, 1931 CURTIS, I E 1
December 31, 1931 SMITH, MRS M E 1
December 31, 1931 LOCAL POST OFFICE HAS LARGEST BUSINESS IN ITS HISTORY 1
January 7, 1932 EAST SIDE POULTRYMEN CARRY OFF HONORS AT SEATTLE SHOW 1
January 7, 1932 CARLSONS CELEBRATE 35TH ANNIVERSARY (MR AND MRS OSCAR) 6
January 7, 1932 REPORT ON THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 10
January 7, 1932 MRS SCHOTIS BUILDING A MODERN HOME AT JUANITA 1
January 7, 1932 FRASER MCKAY OPENS AUTO REPAIR BUSINESS 1
January 7, 1932 T NEWLANDS TAKE OVER SECOND HAND STORE HERE 1
January 7, 1932 EAST SIDE FOLKS QUIVER AS TREMBLER SHAKES UP DISTRICT 1
January 7, 1932 COUNTY STARTS ON OPERATION OF NEW BUDGET 1
January 7, 1932 GRADE SCHOOL BOY COMPILES EARLY HISTORY OF KIRKLAND SCHOOLS (CONT) 6
January 7, 1932 REESE BROWN TRIAL SET FOR FEBRUARY THE 16TH 1
January 7, 1932 PRAVITZ, AUGUST H 1
January 7, 1932 WESTER, MARJORIE E 1
January 7, 1932 IRELAN IS NEW MASONIC HEAD 1
January 7, 1932 SERVICE CLUB CHOOSES GOVE AS NEW PRES. 1
January 7, 1932 ANNUAL YACHT CLUB RACE WON BY LOCAL BOAT 1
January 7, 1932 G W SELVIDGE NEW N.P. AGENT HERE 1
January 7, 1932 COUNCIL OKEHS NEW WATER MAIN 6
January 7, 1932 ALMA PAULSON, ROSS DEAN 6
January 14, 1932 DRASTIC DROP IN EGG PRICES HITS EAST SIDE 1
January 14, 1932 SURPRISE LARSONS ON THEIR 25 ANNIVERSARY (MR AND MRS DAN) 2
January 14, 1932 SURPRISE NORDSTROMS WEDDING ANNIVERSARY (MR AND MRS O E) 6
January 14, 1932 BOARD PROTECTS LOCAL LABOR ON JUNIOR HIGH 1
January 14, 1932 COMMUNITY CHURCH HAS A REAL JOB OF RENOVATING 1
January 14, 1932 J R NEWTON BELIEVED BURIED BENEATH SLIDE 1
January 14, 1932 GOING-GOING-GONE (FATE OF ONE ROOM SCHOOLS) 10
January 14, 1932 BOARD PROTECTS LOCAL LABOR ON JUNIOR HIGH 1
January 14, 1932 FIREMEN GET TWO EARLY MORNING CALLS - ONE RIGHT AFTER THE OTHER 1
January 14, 1932 GERMANN, MRS R E 1
January 14, 1932 HOLBLICK, JACOB F 7
January 14, 1932 WOODSIDE, DR J H 1
January 14, 1932 BILL BAILEY IS NEW DISTRICT CHAIRMAN FOR EAST SIDE SCOUTS 1
January 14, 1932 LOCAL POLITICS JUMP INTO SPOTLIGHT AS CLOSING DATE FOR FILINGS NE 1
January 14, 1932 JUANITA BRIDGE CONTRACT TO BE LET MONDAY 25TH 1
January 21, 1932 MRS LENNOX SURPRISED ON ANNIVERSARY DAY 11
January 21, 1932 IT MUST FAIL (RUSSIA) 10
January 21, 1932 GATEWAY FILM FAILS TO ARRIVE BUT SHOW MUST GO ON SAYS MEL. 1
January 21, 1932 CITY FINANCIAL REPORT SHOWS HEALTHY GAIN FOR PAST YEAR 1
January 21, 1932 WILL TAKE PART IN WASHINGTON OBSERVANCE 1
January 21, 1932 MRS R G COGSWELL HEADS ORTHOPEDIC 1
January 21, 1932 GERMANN, MRS R E 5
January 21, 1932 BIRTHDAY SERVICE STATION IS NEW SUNDAY SCHOOL FEATURE 5
January 21, 1932 LARGE ATTENDANCE EXPECTED AT CHURCH (COMMUNITY CHURCH) 6
January 21, 1932 FERRY CREW STARTLES NATIVES WITH NEW WAY OF ADJUSTING DOCK LIGHTS 1
January 21, 1932 COUNCIL DENIES SCHOOL HELP ON WATERMAIN 1
January 21, 1932 PHONE WONDERS ARE EXPLAINED 1
January 28, 1932 BERRY FARMERS TO CONDUCT TWO DAY CLASS HERE 1
January 28, 1932 ISSUE CALL ON SCHOOL BIDS 1
January 28, 1932 H B TILAND IS NEW MANAGER OF MCMARRS 1
January 28, 1932 HART EMPLOYS FACTORY EXPERT 6
January 28, 1932 ROBERT MORSE TAKES OVER PAY'N TAKIT MANAGERSHIP 1
January 28, 1932 WATSON MOTOR CO. INSTALLS NEW SYSTEM 1
January 28, 1932 DISTRICT 71 LOPS OF TEN MILL LEVY THE FIRST TIME IN 20 YEARS 1
January 28, 1932 PRESENT CITY OFFICIALS AGREE TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 1
January 28, 1932 BICENTENNIAL COMMITTEE WORKING ON PROGRAM FOR BIG OBSERVANCE 1
January 28, 1932 ROSE HILL TO CELEBRATE FOUNDER'S DAY, FEB 4TH 1
January 28, 1932 NEWTON, JOHN R 1
January 28, 1932 REAVES, HANK 12
January 28, 1932 SIEGFRIED, HOWARD 6
January 28, 1932 SPEES, MUREL 1
January 28, 1932 PRESENT CITY OFFICIALS AGREE TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 1
January 28, 1932 POST OFFICE EXPERIENCES SHOWER TUESDAY MORN 1
January 28, 1932 JUANITA BRIDGE CONTRACT LET 1
January 28, 1932 MODESTA PEARSON, WILLIAM C ANGUS 5
January 28, 1932 VIRGINIA MATTSON, ALAN CRAIG FAITH 7
February 4, 1932 KING COUNTY DIRECTORS FAVOR STATUS QUO ON TEACHERS SALARIES 5
February 4, 1932 FIREMEN BATTLE TWENTY FIRES 5
February 4, 1932 RELIEF DEMANDS HEAVIER AS WINTER PROGRESSES 1
February 4, 1932 GROUPS VOTE TO ENTER PARADE 1
February 4, 1932 DRY LAW MERITS ARE EXPOUNDED 1
February 4, 1932 KIRKLAND JUSTICE COURT ROSTER SHOWS A BUSY SEASON FOR JUDGE 1
February 4, 1932 PUZZLE OF LAKE PIRACY SOLVED AS YOUTH ADMITS CRIME CAREER 1
February 4, 1932 LINDELL, ANNE H 5
February 4, 1932 WISWELL, HARRY 5
February 4, 1932 ROSE HILL SCOUTS 6TH ANNIVERSARY FEB 5TH 1
February 4, 1932 VOTERS APATHY MAY MEAN LOW REGISTRATION 1
February 4, 1932 DRY LAW MERITS ARE EXPOUNDED 1
February 11, 1932 FIRE DESTROYS LARGE CHICKEN HOUSE WEDNESDAY 12
February 11, 1932 MAYOR TO NAME JUDGE STARK CITY ATTORNEY 1
February 11, 1932 RELIEF PROBLEM BECOMES ACUTE AS DEMANDS GROW 1
February 11, 1932 FLOATS NEEDED FOR BIG PARADE 1
February 11, 1932 BOOTLEGGERS TO PETITION COUNCIL TO PUT UNIFORM ON MARSHALL 1
February 11, 1932 DEPUTY CAMERON ASKS FOR LOCAL COOPERATION 1
February 11, 1932 MAYOR TO NAME JUDGE STARK CITY ATTORNEY 1
February 11, 1932 ELDRED, A 12
February 11, 1932 QUIREN, SUE FIELEN 6
February 11, 1932 FILINGS CLOSE WITH NO NEW CANDIDATES 1
February 11, 1932 BOOTLEGGERS TO PETITION COUNCIL TO PUT UNIFORM ON MARSHALL 1
February 11, 1932 VOLSTEAD FAILS SAYS BAILEY 1
February 11, 1932 LAKE DOWN TWO FEET TO HELP JUANITA JOB 11
February 18, 1932 ROEDER CHICKEN HOUSES BURNED 1
February 18, 1932 COUNCIL COMPLETES JUNIOR HIGH PROPERTY TRANSFER 1
February 18, 1932 RELIEF PROBLEM IS STILL ACUTE 12
February 18, 1932 WASHINGTON PARADE IS DROPPED 1
February 18, 1932 BESSIE FORCIER BEGINS TO REALIZE WHAT ITS ALL ABOUT; GETS 10 YRS 7
February 18, 1932 CLARK, E E 1
February 18, 1932 GALLOWAY, FRANCES I 1
February 18, 1932 JONES, MARY 7
February 18, 1932 REGISTRATION JUMPS DURING LAST FEW DAYS 1
February 18, 1932 RUM HOUND? WELL HE RECEIVED THIRTY DAYS 12
February 18, 1932 PLAN REVIVAL OF BALL LEAGUE 1
February 18, 1932 CHURCH FINANCE FACES BOARD 7
February 18, 1932 RAY "WHITEY" JACKSON, EVANGELIST TO BE HERE 5
February 18, 1932 CITY DELAYING BRIDGE VERDICT 1
February 18, 1932 MANY MILES OF NEW PAVING 1
February 25, 1932 SURPRISE RECORS ON 40TH ANNIVERSARY (MR AND MRS C E) 1
February 25, 1932 SCHOOL TO ASK EXTRA LEVY AT ELECTION MAR 5 1
February 25, 1932 SERVICE CLUB TO URGE ODD JOBS AROUND HOME TO AID UNEMPLOYMENT PRO 1
February 25, 1932 JAPANESE HOME BURNS AT YARROW SATURDAY 1
February 25, 1932 WASHINGTON PAGEANT TO BE GIVEN FRIDAY 1
February 25, 1932 3RD DEGREE ASSAULTER TAKES HIMSELF TO JAIL 1
February 25, 1932 DEPUTY CAMERON MOVES TOO FAST FOR "SHINER" TO GET HIS STILL OUT 1
February 25, 1932 MOTORIST LEARNS THAT DRUNKEN DRIVING IS AN EXPENSIVE PASTIME 1
February 25, 1932 CROWD ATTENDS TREE SERVICES AT LIBRARY 1
February 25, 1932 KJALLEN, OLAF GUSTAV 1
February 25, 1932 TOWN ELECTION IS QUIET AFFAIR 1
February 25, 1932 DEPUTY CAMERON MOVES TOO FAST FOR "SHINER" TO GET HIS STILL OUT 1
March 3, 1932 BOARD OPENS SCHOOL BIDS; AWARD MONDAY 1
March 3, 1932 GLENN JOHNSON ACCEPTS VICE-PRESIDENCY OF TITLE TRUST CO 3
March 3, 1932 VALEN OPENS MARKET BASKET 1
March 3, 1932 COMMITTEE TO START QUEST FOR ODD JOBS 1
March 3, 1932 PENNEY'S HAS FIRE SCARE 5
March 3, 1932 TOWN PURCHASES 300 FEET OF NEW FIRE HOSE 5
March 3, 1932 COMMITTEE TO START QUEST FOR ODD JOBS 1
March 3, 1932 JUANITA DISTRICT TO VOTE ON 7 MILL LEVY 1
March 3, 1932 CITY AND SCHOOL ELECTIONS TAKE CIVIC SPOTLIGHT HERE 1
March 3, 1932 ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE AT LOCAL CHURCH SUNDAY 4
March 3, 1932 PLAN TO PAVE BOTHELL ROAD 4
March 10, 1932 EXCEPTIONAL TALENT TO BE AT MCPHETRIDGE RECITAL 1
March 10, 1932 BOARD AWARDS CONTRACT TO JOHN WESTER 1
March 10, 1932 VOTERS CARRY JUNIOR HIGH SPECIAL LEVY 1
March 10, 1932 JOB COMMITTEE SWINGS INTO ACTION TUESDAY 1
March 10, 1932 LEGION ENTERS NATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO PUT MILLION BACK TO WORK 1
March 10, 1932 BOYS CAUGHT IN LAKE THEFT MONDAY EVENING 1
March 10, 1932 DEPUTY A C CAMERON STOPS WINDOW SMASHER 1
March 10, 1932 JOHNSON, EMMA 7
March 10, 1932 LEGION ENTERS NATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO PUT MILLION BACK TO WORK 1
March 10, 1932 LIGHT VOTE IN CITY ELECTION 1
March 10, 1932 BLEITZ YACHT LEADS FIELD 1
March 17, 1932 SHADY BEACH JUANITA 5
March 17, 1932 SCHOENS CELEBRATE SILVER ANNIVERSARY (MR AND MRS F R) 6
March 17, 1932 LOCAL RADIO MAN CHOSEN (VAN HORN, E C) 1
March 17, 1932 CAMPFIRE CABIN IS MOVED THIS WEEK 1
March 17, 1932 OPEN DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT HERE 1
March 17, 1932 TWO ARE HURT AS CAR HITS CANNON 1
March 17, 1932 OVER TWO HUNDRED REGISTER FOR JOBS WITH SERVICE CLUB COMMITTEE 1
March 17, 1932 SCHERZ, JACKIE 6
March 17, 1932 BASEBALL READY TO TAKE LOCAL SPORTS SPOTLIGHT 1
March 17, 1932 FERRY WASHINGTON NOW CARRYING PASSENGERS 1
March 17, 1932 EARLEY WANTS ROAD JOBS DONE BEFORE SUMMER 1
March 24, 1932 FLOODS CAUSE CROP SHORTAGE 1
March 24, 1932 VETERAN FERRY CAPTAIN TRAVELS MANY TIMES AROUND THE GLOBE (CADE, 1
March 24, 1932 FEWER MEN REGISTER FOR WORK LAST WEEK 6
March 24, 1932 POINDEXTER, CAPT C E 12
March 24, 1932 FERRY LINCOLN RETURNS TO SERVICE NEXT WEEK 12
March 24, 1932 EARLEY SAYS NO NEW ROADS FOR FEW YEARS 1
March 24, 1932 VELMA BROOKS, CLAIRE MILLER 1
March 31, 1932 EXCAVATING SOUTH OF THE POST OFFICE BUILDING 1
March 31, 1932 CO. TEACHERS GET PAY CUTS 12
March 31, 1932 BREAZEALE, EMMA 4
March 31, 1932 HAGGERTY, J H 1
March 31, 1932 LYON, JACK 1
March 31, 1932 SMITH, WILLIAM M 4
March 31, 1932 JUANITA PARK OPENS DANCE SEASON APR 9 1
March 31, 1932 COUNTY ROAD CONTRACTS LET 1
March 31, 1932 REDUCTION IN ELECTRIC RATES ARE ANNOUNCED 1
March 31, 1932 ALIENE KANGAS, CLARENCE WARREN 1
April 7, 1932 COME TO KIRKLAND SATURDAY, IT'S LADIES DAY 16
April 7, 1932 CREAMERY IS PROVING BOON TO EAST SIDE 1
April 7, 1932 BROOKS, MR AND MRS EDMUND J 6
April 7, 1932 LOCAL J C PENNEY STORE TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY 15
April 7, 1932 WARREN, MR AND MRS MARION E 6
April 7, 1932 HUNDREDS SET OUT TO SEE FORD-8 6
April 7, 1932 LADIES TO GET SPECIAL FAVORS ON SATURDAY 1
April 7, 1932 LOCAL J C PENNEY STORE TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY 15
April 7, 1932 MARTIN OPENS OWN BAKERY 1
April 7, 1932 FLOOD WATERS VS LETTUCE FIELDS 1
April 7, 1932 KIRKLAND WINS TYPING HONORS 1
April 7, 1932 NEARLY HUNDRED GET LABOR AID 1
April 7, 1932 "TARZAN, APE MAN" COMING TO GATEWAY THEATRE 13
April 7, 1932 HOME BURNED BEFORE DEPARTMENT IS CALLED 6
April 7, 1932 ROBERTS HOME IS BURNED WEDNESDAY 6
April 7, 1932 NEARLY HUNDRED GET LABOR AID 1
April 7, 1932 FRAZIER, MRS CHARLES 13
April 7, 1932 NEWCOMB, RALPH 19
April 7, 1932 NICHOL, JOHN G 13
April 7, 1932 "BECK" HEADS LEAGUE AGAIN 1
April 7, 1932 TWO ROSE HILL FIRES WIPE OUT HOMES - LACK OF WATER 6
April 7, 1932 BRIDGE DETOURS WILL SOON BE BUT MEMORY OF A BAD DREAM 1
April 7, 1932 FARMERS PROTEST FLOOD WATER 1
April 7, 1932 MARJORIE WHITEHEAD, HARRY WOLFE 19
April 14, 1932 OVERLAKE CLUBHOUSE RECEIVES ADDITIONS 2
April 14, 1932 LADIES DAY BRINGS CROWD 1
April 14, 1932 ROSE HILL TIES FOR LEADERSHIP 1
April 14, 1932 WHO WILL BE CITY COMMISSIONER IS CAUSING CONSIDERABLE WORRY 6
April 14, 1932 JUANITA OPENING DANCE ATTRACTS LARGE CROWD 1
April 14, 1932 OVERLY, ROBERT 1
April 14, 1932 WILLIAMS, EDWARD E 1
April 14, 1932 POST OFFICE BUILDING LOOKS LIKE NEW 1
April 14, 1932 JUANITA CLUB WILL SPONSOR BRIDGE OPENING 1
April 21, 1932 HOG FARM TAKES PART OF PLANT FROM KIRKLAND 1
April 21, 1932 DIESEL OIL CO LOCATES HERE 1
April 21, 1932 OPEN NURSERY STAND ON B AND F CORNER 1
April 21, 1932 AUTOMOBILE CRASHES THRU JUANITA BRIDGE BARRIER 1
April 21, 1932 BRANSEN, BABY 6
April 21, 1932 MUSSER, HATTIE 6
April 21, 1932 DOCTOR MCKIBBEN KNOCKS HOMER IN HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE OPENER 12
April 21, 1932 LEAGUE SEASON OPENS SUNDAY 1
April 21, 1932 DO NOT WANT ROAD GRADED (WAVERLY STREET) 6
April 21, 1932 GOV HARTLEY IS INVITED TO BIG BRIDGE OPENING 1
April 21, 1932 CLEO ADAMS, G BRANDON TEAKLES 12
April 28, 1932 GREGGS OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING (MR AND MRS D D) 1
April 28, 1932 VALEN MANAGES KIRKLAND KASH 1
April 28, 1932 FIREMEN NIP BLAZE IN BUD 1
April 28, 1932 LOCAL PEDDLER ORDINANCE TO GET TEST TODAY 1
April 28, 1932 KIRKLAND FERRY ROUTE POINTED OUT AS SHORT CUT TO LODGE 7
April 28, 1932 CELEBRITIES TO BE AT JUANITA BRIDGE OPENING ON SUNDAY 1
April 28, 1932 RUBY OTTREN, LEON SUMMER 6
May 5, 1932 ROBERT KNOWLES IS FIRST EASTSIDE BOY TO WIN HONOR OF SILVER PALM 1
May 5, 1932 L H TAUSAN MOVES INTO NEW LOCATION 1
May 5, 1932 MERCHANTS TO HOLD PAY DAY HERE SATURDAY 1
May 5, 1932 FORBES BEACH LEASES ADJOINING CABIN 1
May 5, 1932 CITY ORDINANCE ON PEDDLING STANDS TEST 1
May 5, 1932 BECK, SOPHIE 7
May 5, 1932 BOWERS, EDNA MAY 4
May 5, 1932 EYANSON, EDWARD (BUILDER OF WOOLEN MILL) 1
May 5, 1932 JOHNSON, JACOB 4
May 5, 1932 KIRKLAND, JAMES 4
May 5, 1932 YAMAGISHI, TOMOJI 1
May 5, 1932 BRIDGE OPENING ATTRACTS CROWD 1
May 5, 1932 NORMA GUNETT, DAVID P EASTMAN 4
May 5, 1932 OPAL HADLEY, GEORGE EIELSON 8
May 12, 1932 EASTSIDER DEMONSTRATES WHAT CAN BE DONE WITH A TWO ACRE TRACT 1
May 12, 1932 WHO WANTS A GOAT; LEGION HAS ONE IT WOULD LIKE TO GET RID OF 1
May 12, 1932 EASTSIDE BAKERY MOVES TO CORNER 1
May 12, 1932 FORMER KIRKLANDITE OPEN DYE WORKS 1
May 12, 1932 SMITH BEAUTY SHOPPE OPENS IN P.O. BUILDING 6
May 12, 1932 44 GRADUATE FROM KHS 1
May 12, 1932 REPORT PRAISES HIGH SCHOOL 14
May 12, 1932 ROSE HILL WINS STATE MUSIC MEMORY TEST 1
May 12, 1932 SCHOOL BOARD ASKS BIDS ON BUS SERVICE 1
May 12, 1932 CHADWICK TO BE SPEAKER ON MEMORIAL DAY 1
May 12, 1932 LEGION PLANS BIG PARADE FOR MEMORIAL SERVICE 1
May 12, 1932 BUCHANAN, JOAN 14
May 12, 1932 DUNN, THOMAS P 7
May 12, 1932 GEISERT, PEGGY 7
May 12, 1932 NELSON, MARTIN 6
May 12, 1932 CENTRAL WINS STATE TITLE 1
May 12, 1932 SWIMMING, BATHING, PICKNICKING ADDED FEATURES OF GOLF CLUB 1
May 12, 1932 RESCUED; FERRY CREW TO THE RESCUE 1
May 12, 1932 CITY GRANTED REVISION OF OLD LIGHT CONTRACT 1
May 12, 1932 TELEPHONE CO EXTENDS LINES UP TO UNION HILL 1
May 12, 1932 MARIAN CUTLER, LLOYD DODD 14
May 26, 1932 MR AND MRS SHUH HAVE SILVER WEDDING 7
May 26, 1932 ROSE HILL TO HAVE SEATTLE ORCHESTRA 1
May 26, 1932 LADIES PUSH POPPY SALES 1
May 26, 1932 JUANITA WILL GRADUATE 18 7
May 26, 1932 THURSDAY NIGHT WILL BE BIG NIGHT FOR GRADUATES 1
May 26, 1932 FIRE DESTROYS ROSE HILL HOME (NELSON, O A) 12
May 26, 1932 CITY PAINTS FIRE HYDRANTS IN BRIGHT AND FLASHY HUES 1
May 26, 1932 KIRKLAND LAUNCHES RELIEF PROGRAM FOR NEXT WINTER 1
May 26, 1932 ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETE FOR KIRKLAND'S BIGGEST MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE 1
May 26, 1932 WHEELS HUM AT GRAVEL PIT 1
May 26, 1932 WHIPPING POST DEBATE TOPIC 1
May 26, 1932 BERGIN, ROSE 12
May 26, 1932 PLAN BUS LINE FROM KIRKLAND TO MEDINA 1
May 26, 1932 VIRGINIA TANNER, PHILIP TEAKLES 7
June 2, 1932 CROW'S NEST REOPENS WITH NEW PROPRIETORS 8
June 2, 1932 RANDALL TAKES OVER KASH & KARRY MART 1
June 2, 1932 8TH GRADE HAS LARGEST CLASS 4
June 2, 1932 BOARD ACTION ON TEACHERS STIRS IRE OF MANY PARENTS 1
June 2, 1932 UNEMPLOYED BAND TOGETHER TO PERFECT PERMANENT ORGANIZATION 1
June 2, 1932 UNEMPLOYED BAND TOGETHER TO PERFECT PERMANENT ORGANIZATION 1
June 2, 1932 LEGION STAGES IMPRESSIVE SERVICE MONDAY 1
June 2, 1932 BOXING BASH SERIES AT JUANITA BEACH 1
June 2, 1932 SHADY AND SANDY BEACHES ARE COMBINED UNDER T W BLAKNEY 8
June 2, 1932 GATEWAY ATTRACTION - SEN-GEN-MA INDIANS IN PERSON 2
June 2, 1932 ADAMS, W K 8
June 2, 1932 BOXING BASH SERIES AT JUANITA BEACH 1
June 2, 1932 JUANITA COURSE OPEN JUNE 11TH 1
June 2, 1932 BUS LINE NOW UP TO OLYMPIA 1
June 2, 1932 AN EYE FOR AN EAR AND AN EAR FOR AN EYE IS CIVIL WAR VETS PROPOSAL 1
June 7, 1932 ASSOCIATION OF UNEMPLOYED ADDS FIFTY MEMBERS WEDNESDAY NIGHT 1
June 7, 1932 LOCAL MEN REPLACE ALIENS ON HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION WORK 1
June 9, 1932 GOFFS CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING 12
June 9, 1932 E J PRATT TAKES OVER HADLEY BARBER SHOP 1
June 9, 1932 KIRKLAND CLASS OF 1932 (PHOTOS) 9
June 9, 1932 ALIENS TO BE DISCHARGED ON HIGHWAY PAVING WORK 12
June 9, 1932 FIRE BURNS ROOF OF THE HANSON HOME ON WED. 6
June 9, 1932 TO OPEN PAINT FACTORY HERE 1
June 9, 1932 BOXING BOUT SERIES BEING HELD AT BEACH 1
June 9, 1932 FORMER EDITOR GETS IN A JAM 12
June 9, 1932 FORMER JUANITA MAN GOES ON WARPATH; DIES AFTER ASSAULT 1
June 9, 1932 INDIANS TO HOLD POW WOW 6
June 9, 1932 AHLSTAD, AUGUST 1
June 9, 1932 KIRTLAND, ELLWORTH 6
June 9, 1932 "DUTCH" RHEINFORD JOINS KIRKLAND BASEBALL TEAM 1
June 9, 1932 BOXING BOUT SERIES BEING HELD AT BEACH 1
June 9, 1932 TWO NEW EAST SIDE GOLF COURSES MAKE BOW TO PUBLIC ON SATURDAY 1
June 9, 1932 WILLIAM THOMPSON RESIGNS MANAGEMENT (BASEBALL) 1
June 9, 1932 YARROW BUS LINE PROTESTED BY ARIEL LINE 1
June 9, 1932 CONVENTION OF PHONE OFFICIALS HERE JUNE 25TH 1
June 16, 1932 TWO COUPLE HAVE SILVER ANNIVERSARY (STRICKLANDS & NORMANS) 12
June 16, 1932 PUGET SOUND BANK PLANS TO LIQUIDATE 7
June 16, 1932 NAME HIS SHOP AND GET YOUR SHOES SOLED 7
June 16, 1932 SCHOOL STAFF HAVING WAGES CUT NEXT YEAR 1
June 16, 1932 EASTSIDERS TO MAKE WHOOPIE FOR JOBLESS 1
June 16, 1932 TUESDAY IS AMATEUR NIGHT AT THE GATEWAY 1
June 16, 1932 'LADIES OF JURY' SIT ON FIRST CASE 1
June 16, 1932 WHIPPING POST WILL NOT STOP CRIME SAYS DR MCKIBBEN TO SERVICE CLUB 1
June 16, 1932 ANDREWS, MR 6
June 16, 1932 HAMMOND, ROBERT 1
June 16, 1932 JUANITA LINKS OPEN FOR PLAY 1
June 16, 1932 MCDONALD BUYS BUS LINE 1
June 16, 1932 NEW BUS LINE MAY RUN SOON ON MEDINA ROUTE 1
June 16, 1932 "WE WANT ROADS" SAY FEDERATED CLUB MEMBERS 1
June 16, 1932 STATE PHONE CONVENTION HERE JUNE 24 1
June 23, 1932 COUNTY STOCKADE WILL NO LONGER BE VAGRANT'S PARADISE 1
June 23, 1932 ELKO COLORED SINGERS TO BE AT CHURCH FRI. 1
June 23, 1932 GATEWAY IS BOOKED 5 WEEKS IN ADVANCE FOR AMATEUR SHOWS 1
June 23, 1932 ELKO COLORED SINGERS TO BE AT CHURCH FRI. 1
June 23, 1932 CITY COUNCIL APPOINTS MEN FOR NEW YEAR 1
June 23, 1932 NEXT WINTER'S RELIEF PLANS START FRIDAY 1
June 23, 1932 COUNTY STOCKADE WILL NO LONGER BE VAGRANT'S PARADISE 1
June 23, 1932 SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE IS PROMISED AFTER JULY 8 12
June 23, 1932 TELEPHONE'S BEST MEN TO SPEAK FRIDAY 1
June 23, 1932 BERNICE PARKS, WILLIS BRETT 12
June 23, 1932 ETHEL SHUH, WILBUR LYMAN 1
June 23, 1932 FRANCIS VIVIAN HIMES, JOHN CALVIN MCCONNELL 12
June 23, 1932 MARRIETT LONGFELLOW, ROBERT E KOLLMAR 12
June 23, 1932 NORA BATES, HOWARD WOOD 6
June 30, 1932 NEWPORT SPORTS ORPHANAGE FOR HOMELESS BLACK BEARS 1
June 30, 1932 EASTSIDE MAPPED INTO DISTRICTS FOR RELIEF 1
June 30, 1932 DEGRANDPRE, E F 12
June 30, 1932 HOLMGREN, LOUISE 7
June 30, 1932 TEACHOUT, LUELLA 7
June 30, 1932 EARLEY RUNS AGAIN FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1
July 7, 1932 J.C. PENNEY CLEARANCE 5
July 7, 1932 REPORT OF CONDITION OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK 4
July 7, 1932 HARDWARE WORLD LAUDS CANDIDATE W L BILGER 3
July 7, 1932 ONE MORE MONTH AND NEW HI WILL BE DONE 1
July 7, 1932 NELSON HOME RAZED BY FIRE, SIX SLEEPING EFFECT LUCKY ESCAPE 1
July 7, 1932 HARDWARE WORLD LAUDS CANDIDATE W.L. BILGER 3
July 7, 1932 HART CHEVROLET GOES FREE WHEELING TO NEW LOCATION 1
July 7, 1932 BILLY'S UNCLE 6
July 7, 1932 ASSOCIATION AIDS IN LOCATING WORK FOR THE UNEMPLOYED 1
July 7, 1932 50-PIECE BAND WILL PLAY AT FEDERATED PICNIC ON JULY 15TH 1
July 7, 1932 LOWER PRICES, CLASSY AMATEUR TALENT DRAW CROWDS TO GATEWAY 1
July 7, 1932 NELSON HOME RAZED BY FIRE, (ACTUALLY MCGUIRE HOME (SEE 14 JULY)) 1
July 7, 1932 ASSOCIATION AIDS IN LOCATING WORK FOR THE UNEMPLOYED 1
July 7, 1932 ANYONE SEEN THIS CAR? STOLEN FROM DRIVEWAY 7
July 7, 1932 BOOTH, MARGARET 1
July 7, 1932 PANNING, HENRY 4
July 7, 1932 RATCLIFFE, ROBERT G 4
July 7, 1932 STEPHEN F. CHADWICK ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY 7
July 7, 1932 LAKE SAMMAMISH BIBLE CONFERENCE 6
July 7, 1932 'TO BE OR NOT TO BE' BUS QUESTIONS WILL BE ANSWERED FRIDAY 1
July 7, 1932 HOLIDAYS ARE DAMPED, FOREST FIRES WET TOO 1
July 7, 1932 CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS, SAM CONOVER 12
July 7, 1932 HARRIET WATERS, HARRY FISH 9
July 7, 1932 KATHERINE MARTIN, GAYLOR JACOBSON 12
July 7, 1932 MARIAN SHERROD, VERE CANNEGIETER 9
July 7, 1932 ROSE FOLLAND, WILLIAM NELSON 6
July 14, 1932 GOODYEAR TIRES TAX FREE 8
July 14, 1932 GRANGE CO-OPERATIVE CO. 5
July 14, 1932 KIRKLAND FUNERAL HOME 4
July 14, 1932 MARTIN'S CASH GROCERY 7
July 14, 1932 CHICKENS, LIKE OTHER STOCK, NEED CLEAN, GREEN RANGE LAND 2
July 14, 1932 HOUSEWIVES URGED TO BUY BERRY CROPS 6
July 14, 1932 CHECKING ACCOUNTS 3
July 14, 1932 HER GRANDPAPA IN REVOLUTION (GOODMAN, MARY ANN) 1
July 14, 1932 KIRKLAND DYE WORKS OPENS AGAIN UNDER REED'S DIRECTION 6
July 14, 1932 RUSSELL GALLAGHER SAVES 2 PLAYMATES FROM WATERY GRAVE 7
July 14, 1932 WHAT WE THINK, BY FRANK DIXON 3
July 14, 1932 SCHOOL BUS CONTRACT 1
July 14, 1932 WANTED; SCHOOL COAL REQUIREMENTS 10
July 14, 1932 BIG WILD WEST SHOW 2
July 14, 1932 MASQUERADERS SLATED WITH TAP DANCER FOR TUESDAY AT GATEWAY 12
July 14, 1932 R J MCINTYRE WILL BE FIRE ASSOCIATION HEAD FOR THE COMING YEAR 1
July 14, 1932 WRONG HOUSE BURNED, NOT NELSON'S BUT MCGUIRE'S 1
July 14, 1932 DEPRESSION CURE LOWER WAGES SAYS FRANKLIN 1
July 14, 1932 KIRKLAND WILL DO THE JOB 2
July 14, 1932 HER GRANDPA IN REVOLUTION 1
July 14, 1932 KIRKLAND'S FIRST PAPER CARRIED HORSESHOE 1
July 14, 1932 COLLICOTT, STEVEN A 6
July 14, 1932 DUNN, BERTHA 6
July 14, 1932 H.T. BONE MAKES SPEAKING TOUR OF STATE FOR SENATE 11
July 14, 1932 JACK EARLEY ASKS FOR REELECTION ON BASIS OF EFFICIENT RECORD 4
July 14, 1932 KIRKLAND'S FIRST PAPER CARRIED HORSESHOE, BEER ADS ON PAGE ONE 1
July 14, 1932 13TH ANNUAL BIBLE MEET AT SAMMAMISH OPENS BY BROADCAST 4
July 14, 1932 PENTECOSTAL CAMP MEETING 3
July 14, 1932 KIRKLAND'S  FIRST PAPER CARRIED HORSESHOE 1
July 14, 1932 'NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS' SAY KIRKLAND FERRY SKIPPERS 7
July 14, 1932 SCHOOL BUS CONTRACT GIVEN TO FAGERBERG AND WATSON FOR FALL 1
July 14, 1932 KIRKLAND DYE WORKS OPENS AGAIN 6
July 21, 1932 ALASKANS WERE'NT GUN-TOTERS (DUGGAN, SHERMAN) 1
July 21, 1932 RADIO STAR VISITS MARTIN'S (OLE) 12
July 21, 1932 FAGERBERG SAYS SCHOOLS COULD SAVE ON BUSSES 12
July 21, 1932 RADIO STAR VISITS MARTIN'S (OLE) 12
July 21, 1932 KIRKLAND MEN SNORE WHILE TOWN QUAKES 1
July 21, 1932 SPARK SOARS, LIGHTS ON GRANGER'S ROOF, FIREMEN MOVE PERCH 1
July 21, 1932 OLD-TIMERS GATHER SOON FOR REUNION 1
July 21, 1932 FEDERATED CLUBS GET REDUCED RATES FOR EASTSIDE COMMUTERS 1
July 21, 1932 ALVENA X SMITH, CHARLES A KERWIN 4
July 28, 1932 MEADOWDALE FARM HAS CHILDREN'S CONEY ISLAND (OSKAM, WILLIAM) 1
July 28, 1932 UNEMPLOYED WILL GO ON COUNTY PAYROLL FOR PART TIME WORK 1
July 28, 1932 UNEMPLOYED WILL GO ON COUNTY PAYROLL FOR PART TIME WORK 1
July 28, 1932 MRS E F WHITE KNEW REDMOND BACK IN THE 90'S 12
July 28, 1932 MCGLOTHEN, THOMAS S 12
July 28, 1932 RAUSTADLER, HERMAN JOHN 12
July 28, 1932 SCANLON, NELLIE DUNN 9
July 28, 1932 WHITE, EMMA FRANCIS 12
July 28, 1932 KIRKLAND ARCHER IS LEADING ALL COMERS IN NATN'L AA MEET (MILLER) 1
August 4, 1932 HE WAS OLD-TIMER IN 89; CAME NORTH IN SAILING SHIP (FRENCH, HARRY 1
August 4, 1932 MILLER 2ND IN NATIONAL MEET - ALYCE REINE NEW STATE CHAMP 1
August 4, 1932 DRYGOODS STORE WILL HAVE NEW ADDITION ADJOINING SITE 6
August 4, 1932 BUSINESS DISTRICT GETS ADDITION, FEED STORE TO OPEN ON SATURDAY 1
August 4, 1932 KIRKLAND DYE WORKS CHANGES MANAGEMENT TO MRS WILLIAMS 6
August 4, 1932 SEATTLE YOUTH DIES OF HEART ATTACK IN SWIMMING AT JUANITA 1
August 4, 1932 BUSINESS DISTRICT GETS ADDITION, FEED STORE TO OPEN ON SATURDAY 1
August 4, 1932 CHURCH SUPPORTERS WILL SEE PREVIEW OF VAUDEVILLE TOMORROW 1
August 4, 1932 HE WAS OLD-TIMER IN 89; CAME NORTH IN SAILING SHIP (FRENCH, HARRY 1
August 4, 1932 STORKEL, ELIZABETH 12
August 4, 1932 MILLER 2ND IN NATIONAL MEET - ALYCE REINE NEW STATE CHAMP 1
August 4, 1932 ROSE HILL NAZARENE CHURCH GIVES REVIVALS THIS WEEK 1
August 4, 1932 DOROTHY LYNNE WILCOX, L H SAUNDERS 6
August 11, 1932 'FOURTH ANNUAL WAS BEST MEETING YET' SAY OLD-TIMERS 1
August 11, 1932 MANAGERS PLAN PATROL FOR BEACH 1
August 11, 1932 INJUNCTION IS FILED AGAINST FERRY SYSTEM 1
August 11, 1932 DUNN, THOMAS 7
August 11, 1932 LIETHA, JOHANNIS 12
August 11, 1932 STATE AMENDMENTS, NEW INITIATIVES, ARE EXPLAINED FOR VOTERS 1
August 11, 1932 FOURNIER IS PUBLISHER OF WEEKLY NEWSPAPER 1
August 11, 1932 INJUNCTION IS FILED AGAINST FERRY SYSTEM 1
August 11, 1932 EASTSIDE GETS TWENTY-TWO HIWAY, BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION JOBS 1
August 11, 1932 FLORENCE TUNELL, GLENN AXLING 7
August 18, 1932 NEW EASTSIDE BERRY IS CROSS, BUT NOT THE LEAST BIT SOUR 1
August 18, 1932 BARTSCH OPENS UP NEW RADIO AGENCY IN TOWN 1
August 18, 1932 WILLIAMS ANNOUNCES STORE IMPROVEMENTS (KIRKLAND MERCANTILE) 1
August 18, 1932 NINE TEACHERS ARE ON STAFF OF THE NEW JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 1
August 18, 1932 SCHOOL BOARD PRINTS TRANSPORTATION BIDS 1
August 18, 1932 COUNCIL STARTS WORK TO LOWER INSURANCE RATES 1
August 18, 1932 THIEVES BREAK INTO 'DAD'S PLACE', LEAVE FREEZER UNCOVERED 1
August 18, 1932 STENSLAND, JOHN 4
August 18, 1932 11 FILE FOR NORTH DIST. COMMISSIONER'S JOB, 10 FOR THE LEGISLATURE 1
August 18, 1932 NEW BUS LINE SUGGESTED TO SERVICE CLUB MEMBERS BY TRANSPORT MGR 1
August 18, 1932 SCHOOL BOARD PRINTS TRANSPORTATION BIDS 1
August 18, 1932 COMMISSIONER EARLEY CUTS $300,000 FROM NORTH DISTRICT BUDGET 12
August 25, 1932 WEDDING ANNIVERSARY PARTY ... (BETTES, R L) 1
August 25, 1932 PLUMMER'S DRY GOODS TO OPEN NEW PLACE SATURDAY 1
August 25, 1932 STARTS IN REALTY HERE (MOORE, SYLVESTER) 1
August 25, 1932 STUDENTS MAY 'COME AND GET IT' AT DALE'S PLACE 1
August 25, 1932 WOMEN KILLED WHEN LIGHTNING STRIKES STREET TRANSFORMER 1
August 25, 1932 RELATIVES OF MRS E F WHITE NOW CLAIM BUS CAUSED DEATH 4
August 25, 1932 MAGNUSON, OSCAR 12
August 25, 1932 NICHOLSON, TILLIE 1
August 25, 1932 SHREWSBURY, ALFRED WILLIAM (BOER WAR VETERAN) 1
August 25, 1932 NATURAL PARK NEAR NORTHUP GIVEN TO EASTSIDE BY STATE 1
August 25, 1932 MOONLIGHT TRIP THRU LOCKS INTO SOUND AT 7:15 THIS EVENING 1
August 25, 1932 AUDREY NOURSE, ORVILLE WRIGHT 6
August 25, 1932 DOROTHY LYNNE, LEON SAUNDERS 12
September 1, 1932 PUBLIC TO RECEIVE FIRST OFFICIAL GLIMPSE OF JUNIOR HI TUESDAY 1
September 1, 1932 BADER TAKES OVER MEAT MARKET OF MERCANTILE CO 1
September 1, 1932 GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY IS SAME AS LAST YEAR 1
September 1, 1932 MRS WATSON TO OPEN KINDERGARTEN OCT 17TH 1
September 1, 1932 ROSE HILL TEACHER TO AID MUSIC STUDENTS 1
September 1, 1932 JOHNSON, JOHN E 1
September 1, 1932 HISTORY OF AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY 3
September 1, 1932 E L DAGGETT LEAVES HIS OFFICE AT JOURNAL 1
September 1, 1932 ROLLER SKATING RINK OPENS ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH 1
September 1, 1932 MOONLIGHT EXCURSION HAS LARGEST CROWD; 400 VIEW FLEET FROM LESCHI 1
September 1, 1932 GOVERNOR CANNOT ATTEND SO ROAD CELEBRATION IS OFF 1
September 1, 1932 FREDA L BOYD, JOHN CLARK BRENNAN 2
September 8, 1932 "MAC" RECALLS BY-GONE DAYS (MCINTYRE, R J) 6
September 8, 1932 LOCAL AUTHOR'S STORIES GAINING IN POPULARITY (GILBERT, KENNETH) 12
September 8, 1932 OPEN HOUSE AT NEW JUNIOR HIGH PLEASES PARENTS AND TAXPAYERS 1
September 8, 1932 THE EAST SIDE NEEDS EARLEY 1
September 8, 1932 MANY ATTEND COOKING SCHOOL TODAY AND FRI. 1
September 8, 1932 OVER ONE THOUSAND REGISTER IN KIRKLAND SCHOOLS THIS YEAR 1
September 8, 1932 WORLD RECORD BROKEN IN BOAT RACE AT LAKE SAMMAMISH SUNDAY 1
September 8, 1932 FERRY RATES NOW ON LOWERED SCALE 1
September 8, 1932 WORLD RECORD BROKEN IN BOAT RACE AT LAKE SAMMAMISH SUNDAY 1
September 8, 1932 ASTA MORRIS, WILLIAM OTTINGER 12
September 15, 1932 COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE WILL START ON TUESDAY, SEPT 20 1
September 15, 1932 200 WOMEN ATTEND COOKING SCHOOL HERE 1
September 15, 1932 LOCAL UNEMPLOYED HAVE CONSTRUCTIVE WORK PROGRAM OF CITY BETTERMENT 1
September 15, 1932 'RAMON' IN PERSON TO BE AT THE GATEWAY THEATRE (YOUNG MENTALIST) 6
September 15, 1932 LOCAL UNEMPLOYED HAVE CONSTRUCTIVE WORK PROGRAM OF CITY BETTERMENT 1
September 15, 1932 LOCAL MEN ARRESTED ON FRAUD CHARGES 1
September 15, 1932 POWELL, FREDERICK 12
September 15, 1932 EAST SIDE GIVES HEAVY VOTE TO LOCAL FAVORITES 1
September 15, 1932 FINALS OF EASTSIDE TENNIS TOURNAMENT TO BE HELD ON SUNDAY AT  1
September 15, 1932 ALICE SHIACH, HAROLD LOKKEN 12
September 15, 1932 GLADYS NEWBERG, BEN CONOVER 7
September 15, 1932 ISABELLE LINTON, CHET NIELSON 1
September 22, 1932 POTATOES GROW ON VINES FOR DARBYS 10
September 22, 1932 BELLEVUE BUSINESS DISTRICT IS SWEPT BY DISASTROUS FIRE 1
September 22, 1932 JOHN BERET BUILDS FINE RESIDENCE IN KIRKLAND 4
September 22, 1932 FAMOUS RACING CAR DRIVER TAKES OVER JUANITA GARAGE (BUTTERA JIM) 1
September 22, 1932 KIRKLAND CASH MARKET IS BEING REMODELED 1
September 22, 1932 LOCAL BUSINESS MEN MOVE THEIR OFFICES (EASTSIDE ICE AND FUEL) 1
September 22, 1932 COMMUNITY DRIVE OPENS WITH A BANG TUESDAY 1
September 22, 1932 MISUNDERSTANDINGS CREEP INTO WORK FOR THE UNEMPLOYED 1
September 22, 1932 'RAMON' OPENS AT GATEWAY TONIGHT 10
September 22, 1932 UNEMPLOYED RECEIVE GATEWAY AMUSEMENT 5
September 22, 1932 BELLEVUE BUSINESS DISTRICT IS SWEPT BY DISASTROUS FIRE 1
September 22, 1932 COUNCIL WILL HOLD BUDGET HEARING OCT 3 1
September 22, 1932 UNION OIL STATION IS VICTIM OF EARLY MORNING ROBBERS 1
September 22, 1932 SYRED, WILLIAM G 10
September 22, 1932 VACATION OVER; SCOUTS OPEN SEASON'S WORK 1
September 22, 1932 MRS GRIMM VISITS LOCAL LEGION POST 1
September 22, 1932 ELIZABETH JACOBSEN AND GARDNER ARE AGAIN LOCAL TENNIS CHAMPS 1
September 22, 1932 DOCTOR KENYON 'AIR PASTOR' COMING HERE 10
September 22, 1932 REV G R MCDONALD LEAVES ROSE HILL 1
September 22, 1932 H W BAKER STARTS WORK ON CABIN CRUISER YACHT 1
September 22, 1932 FAYE THORNE, ALVIN PAULSON 10
September 29, 1932 FIRE AT CARR HOME IN JUANITA SUNDAY 1
September 29, 1932 NEW MODERN CASES AT KIRKLAND CASH MARKET 1
September 29, 1932 PAY'N TAKIT STORES ASSIST IN SELLING SURPLUS RICE 1
September 29, 1932 COMMUNITY FUND DRIVE ALREADY AT QUARTER MILE POST 1
September 29, 1932 MAYOR NEWBERRY PUTS IN FIRST DOLLAR AS COMMUNITY FUND DRIVE OPENS 1
September 29, 1932 FIRE AT CARR HOME IN JUANITA SUNDAY 1
September 29, 1932 SAVORY MEAT COMPANY NEWEST LOCAL INDUSTRY; PRODUCT WINS POPULARITY 1
September 29, 1932 INSURANCE FRAUD LANDS THIRTY-THREE IN GOVT NET 1
September 29, 1932 APPOLONIO, EDITH MAY 1
September 29, 1932 EDITH WILSON, KENNETH G S ANDERSON 10
October 6, 1932 DODD POULTRY FARM MAKES REAL PROGRESS DESPITE LOW EGG MARKET 1
October 6, 1932 EAST SIDE DAIRIES GIVEN SIGNAL RECOGNITION AT PUYALLUP FAIR 1
October 6, 1932 ROSE HILL PAIR TO HAVE GOLDEN WEDDING (MCIVOR, MR AND MRS D S) 10
October 6, 1932 AUTO REBUILD COMPANY IS OPENED FOR BUSINESS 1
October 6, 1932 KIRKLAND BARGAIN STORE MOVES INTO NEW LOCATION 1
October 6, 1932 COMMUNITY CHEST FUND NOW PAST THE HALF-WAY MARK 1
October 6, 1932 KIRKLAND COUNCIL PASSES BUDGET; TAX LEVY IS CUT DOWN 1
October 6, 1932 CITY ORDERS DOGS QUARANTINED 1
October 6, 1932 ATTEMPTED ROBBERY AT PAY'N TAKIT SUNDAY 1
October 6, 1932 CITY ORDERS DOGS QUARANTINED 1
October 6, 1932 HUNGER AND VANDALISM RESULT IN COW SLAUGHTER 1
October 6, 1932 ANDERSON, OSCAR 12
October 6, 1932 CLANCEY, ALICE 12
October 6, 1932 DEETKEN, JULIUS 12
October 6, 1932 FORTNER, E H 12
October 6, 1932 LYDON, DANIEL 4
October 6, 1932 SCOUTS PLAN BIG CIRCUS FOR EAST SIDE; ALL TROOPS COOPERATING 1
October 6, 1932 BIG PICNIC PLANNED FOR NEW CITY PARK 1
October 6, 1932 EARLINE SMITH, MAURICE MCFARLAND 12
October 13, 1932 CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY (MCIVOR, MR AND MRS D S) 10
October 13, 1932 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 7
October 13, 1932 JUANITA GIRL IS WINNER OF STAR'S TWIN CONTEST (PRICE, MARY) 1
October 13, 1932 FIRE DESTROYS BOWEN HOME ON LINCOLN AVE 10
October 13, 1932 COLUMBIA LUMBER COMPANY MOVING 1
October 13, 1932 ED HJORTH IS NOW IN INSURANCE GAME 10
October 13, 1932 NEW GROCERY STORE TO OPEN IN KIRKLAND (CASH AND PACKIT) 1
October 13, 1932 CHEST NEARLY FULL AS END OF ANNUAL DRIVE APPROACHES 1
October 13, 1932 'TUSKO' GIANT ELEPHANT MAY COME TO KIRKLAND 4
October 13, 1932 FIRE DESTROYS BOWEN HOME ON LINCOLN AVE 10
October 13, 1932 RELEASED FROM GUILT IN RAID 4
October 13, 1932 LIBRARY TO TRY OPENING EVENINGS 1
October 13, 1932 ANDREEN, JOHN A 1
October 13, 1932 FORTNER, EDWARD HUSTON 10
October 13, 1932 OPEN HOUSE AT NEW PARK NEXT SUNDAY 1
October 20, 1932 EAST SIDE MAN HEADS NATIONAL BODY (FREEMAN, MILLER) 1
October 20, 1932 CHILDREN SHOT BY HUNTER RECOVERING 1
October 20, 1932 THE FALSE PROPHET OF THE AIR (STEVENSON) 1
October 20, 1932 CITY WILL PUT IN NEW WATER MAIN AS AID TO LOCAL UNEMPLOYED 1
October 20, 1932 HARRIET BEECH MUSIC TO BE HEARD OCT 26 1
October 20, 1932 RINGMASTER BURR ASSEMBLES GALAXY OF TALENT FOR BIG CARNIVAL 1
October 20, 1932 MORNING FIRE DESTROYS HEN HOUSES OF MRS YOUNG 1
October 20, 1932 COUNCIL AND RELIEF COMMITTEE GET TOGETHER FOR WORK PROGRAM FOR CI 6
October 20, 1932 COUNCIL CONDEMNS LAKE SHORE WALK 1
October 20, 1932 COUNCIL AND RELIEF COMMITTEE GET TOGETHER FOR WORK PROGRAM FOR CI 6
October 20, 1932 33 DENY GUILT IN FRAUD CHARGES 1
October 20, 1932 ARNDT, ERNEST 12
October 20, 1932 GRANDBERG, CARL E 11
October 20, 1932 KNUDSON, KRIST 1
October 20, 1932 EAST SIDE REGISTRATION REACHES HIGHEST LEVELS ON LOCAL HISTORY 1
October 20, 1932 BLACK CAT ADVERTISEMENT BRINGS REAL RESULTS 1
October 20, 1932 MANY VISIT CITY'S NEW LAKE SHORE PARK SUN. 1
October 20, 1932 COUNCIL CONDEMNS LAKE SHORE WALK 1
October 20, 1932 CITY WILL PUT IN NEW WATER MAIN AS AID TO LOCAL UNEMPLOYED 1
October 27, 1932 KIRKLAND FUNERAL HOME (PHOTO OF CHAPEL) 12
October 27, 1932 HENNIG VINEYARD PUTS OUT 9000 GALLONS GRAPE JUICE THIS YEAR 12
October 27, 1932 LOCAL ARTIST HAS ROLE IN "JEWESS" (VIEHMANN, DOROTHY) 1
October 27, 1932 NEAR CLOUDBURST, SAT., FLOODS BASS' BASEMENT 1
October 27, 1932 BIG COMMUNITY CHEST SHOW STARTS TONIGHT 1
October 27, 1932 UNEMPLOYED GARDEN YIELDS BIG SUPPLY OF WELCOME FOOD 1
October 27, 1932 GRAY, GEORGE BERY 6
October 27, 1932 VAIL, LUCILE 6
October 27, 1932 SCOUTS LAUNCH DRIVE FOR BIG EAST SIDE CIRCUS NOVEMBER 19 1
October 27, 1932 OFF AGAIN, ON AGAIN, GONE AGAIN FINNEGAN IS STORY OF WATER-MAIN 1
October 27, 1932 NEAR CLOUDBURST, SAT., FLOODS BASS' BASEMENT 1
October 27, 1932 IMO G MATTSON, CHARLES M DUNN 4
October 27, 1932 RUTH ANDERSON, DUANE RICHARD COFFMAN 4
November 3, 1932 GRISWOLD NOW WITH CLEANING BUSINESS 1
November 3, 1932 STORES WILL CLOSE AS TOWN GOES TO INTER-CITY GAME 1
November 3, 1932 COMMUNITY CHEST GOES OVER TOP - OUTSTANDING SHOW CLOSES DRIVE 1
November 3, 1932 HOOVER OR HEARST? 5
November 3, 1932 FREE ENTERTAINMENT AT HIGH GYM NOV 7 1
November 3, 1932 MARSHAL RESENTS BEING HIT WITH APPLE, SO BOYS SPEND NIGHT IN JAIL 1
November 3, 1932 MAYOR NAMES ARCHIE APT AS THE NEW NIGHT MARSHAL FOR KIRKLAND 1
November 3, 1932 ANDERSON, LAVINA 4
November 3, 1932 EDDY, GEORGE E 4
November 3, 1932 FREEMAN, CORA 6
November 3, 1932 KING, AMELIA 12
November 3, 1932 ROGERS, IDA B 11
November 3, 1932 POLITICAL ATMOSPHERE BECOMES TENSE AS ELECTION DAY NEARS 1
November 3, 1932 STORES WILL CLOSE AS TOWN GOES TO INTER-CITY GAME 1
November 10, 1932 GROWERS WILL DISCUSS POSSIBILITY OF CANNERY AT MEETING ON FRIDAY 1
November 10, 1932 COMMITTEE WORKING ON CANNERY PLANS 4
November 10, 1932 GROWERS WILL DISCUSS POSSIBILITY OF CANNERY AT MEETING ON FRIDAY 1
November 10, 1932 CHRISTMAS IS COMING - HOW ABOUT GETTING OLD TOYS TOGETHER 1
November 10, 1932 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TO GIVE THEIR FIRST PLAY 10
November 10, 1932 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TO GIVE THEIR FIRST PLAY 10
November 10, 1932 ROSE HILL LAUNCHES BIG FIRE FUND DRIVE 1
November 10, 1932 LIBRARY TO OBSERVE NATIONAL BOOK WEEK 1
November 10, 1932 SCOUTS PROMISE BIG EVENTS AT CIRCUS 1
November 10, 1932 EAST SIDE FOLLOWS TREND OF NATION IN SWEEP TO DEMOCRACY 1
November 10, 1932 ROSE HILL LAUNCHES BIG FIRE FUND DRIVE 1
November 10, 1932 HERE IS EASTSIDE'S CONTRIBUTION TO TIDAL WAVE (ELECTION RETURNS) 1
November 10, 1932 CITY PLANS EARLY START ON LAYING NEW WATER MAINS 1
November 10, 1932 DOLORES SMITH, DONALD CHRISTIANSEN 10
November 10, 1932 HELEN FISK, HERM JONDALL 5
November 17, 1932 GALLEYS OBSERVE 25TH ANNIVERSARY (MR AND MRS CALVIN) 6
November 17, 1932 FEDERATED CLUB URGED TO CONSIDER CANNERY 1
November 17, 1932 RED CROSS DRIVE AT HALF WAY MARK 1
November 17, 1932 SCOUT CIRCUS BRINGS SPLENDID ARRAY OF TALENT TO KIRKLAND SATURDAY 1
November 17, 1932 BENEDICT IS ELECTED AS JUDGE BUT DAVIS HAS TWO YEARS LEFT TO SERV 1
November 17, 1932 BOTHELL BANK AGAIN VICTIM OF HOLDUPS 1
November 17, 1932 FOSTER SENTENCED TO FIVE YEARS FOR PART IN INSURANCE FRAUD 1
November 17, 1932 INTOXICATED MAN NOT ALLOWED TO SEE WIFE 4
November 17, 1932 MYSTERY SHROUDS DISAPPEARANCE OF BELLEVUE DIRECTOR 1
November 17, 1932 SEEKS HUSBAND ON NON SUPPORT CHARGE 1
November 17, 1932 HERZOG, KATRINA 4
November 17, 1932 REINE, B 4
November 17, 1932 RABBIT ASSOCIATION IS ORGANIZED HERE 1
November 17, 1932 SCOUT CIRCUS BRINGS SPLENDID ARRAY OF TALENT TO KIRKLAND SATURDAY 1
November 17, 1932 ABSENTEE BALLOTS CLINCH ELECTION OF SMITH-BILGER 1
November 17, 1932 NEWBERRY EXPLAINS WATER MAIN NEED 1
November 17, 1932 VICTORIA ANDERBERG, H E LINDSTRUM 6
November 24, 1932 BERRY GROWERS VIEW COOPERATIVE CANNERY PROGRAM WITH FAVOR 1
November 24, 1932 JUANITA PTA TO GIVE LUNCH ROOM FURNITURE 4
November 24, 1932 PROPERTY OWNERS VIGOROUSLY PROTEST WATERMAIN ASSESSMENTS 1
November 24, 1932 GILMORE STATION HERE CHANGES PROPRIETORS 1
November 24, 1932 BERRY GROWERS VIEW COOPERATIVE CANNERY PROGRAM WITH FAVOR 1
November 24, 1932 HIGH SCHOOL CHOOSES STUDENTS TO BE ENROLLED IN 1932 HONOR SOCIETY 4
November 24, 1932 HUNDREDS WITNESS SCOUTCRAFT AT BIG CIRCUS SUNDAY 1
November 24, 1932 JUANITA PTA TO GIVE LUNCH ROOM FURNITURE 4
November 24, 1932 BOTHELL BANK SUES MEN WHO ROBBED IT 1
November 24, 1932 FERRY SLIP CASE TO BE APPEALED 1
November 24, 1932 MARTIAL, JOHN 4
November 24, 1932 PLUMAS, THOMAS D 4
November 24, 1932 REINE, BENJAMIN 5
November 24, 1932 HUNDREDS WITNESS SCOUTCRAFT AT BIG CIRCUS SUNDAY 1
December 1, 1932 CELEBRATE THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING (CURRIE, MR AND MRS DAN) 4
December 1, 1932 WINS GOLD MEDAL (STOCKFLETH, MARY JANE - PHOTO) 1
December 1, 1932 EVERY WEDNESDAY WILL BE PAL NITE AT GATEWAY 10
December 1, 1932 INVESTIGATE PLANS FOR COOP. CANNERY 1
December 1, 1932 RED CROSS DRIVE ENDS; KIRKLAND MAKES GOOD COMPARATIVE SHOWING 1
December 1, 1932 COMMISSIONER ELECT STEVENSON WILL ADDRESS UNEMPLOYED HERE 1
December 1, 1932 ENGENIA TAYLOR, LEONARD HENRY GEHRKE 4
December 1, 1932 DORIS FORBES HELPS SPONSOR NEGRO CHOIR 4
December 1, 1932 COUNCIL RECONSIDERS NEW WATER MAINS 1
December 1, 1932 OLD TOWN ORDINANCE DRIES UP MANY DAMP HOPES 1
December 1, 1932 COMMISSIONER ELECT STEVENSON WILL ADDRESS UNEMPLOYED HERE 1
December 1, 1932 EAST SIDE SERVED BY NIGHT PATROL OF SHERIFF'S OFFICE 1
December 1, 1932 GAS COMPANIES ARE VICTIMS OF ROBBERIES 1
December 1, 1932 OLD TOWN ORDINANCE DRIES UP MANY DAMP HOPES 1
December 1, 1932 SPEEDY JUSTICE EXACTED FROM BOTHELL ROBBERS 1
December 1, 1932 BARDEN, HUGO JR 4
December 1, 1932 LEAVITT, ED 1
December 1, 1932 OLSON, ERIC 6
December 1, 1932 OLSUND, MRS NELS 7
December 1, 1932 OLD TOWN ORDINANCE DRIES UP MANY DAMP HOPES 1
December 1, 1932 BASEBALL FANS TO GATHER AT PASTIME FRIDAY EVENING TO FORMULATE PL 1
December 1, 1932 COUNCIL RECONSIDERS NEW WATER MAINS 1
December 8, 1932 WORK UNDER WAY ON NEW ATHLETIC FIELD - UNEMPLOYED ASSIST 1
December 8, 1932 C BARTSCH TO MOVE INTO LARGER QUARTERS SOON 1
December 8, 1932 LAKESIDE FEED TAKES OVER OPERATION OF TODD FEED COMPANY'S BUSINESS 1
December 8, 1932 NEW PERMANENT METHOD AT SMITH'S BEAUTY SHOP 1
December 8, 1932 SATURDAY THE 17TH, ANOTHER BIG DAY FOR THE KIDS 1
December 8, 1932 SATURDAY THE 17TH, ANOTHER BIG DAY FOR THE KIDS 1
December 8, 1932 MUMMY WILL TALK WHEN JUNIOR HIGH PUTS ON FIRST PLAY FRIDAY 1
December 8, 1932 WHITE ROVER HERE FRIDAY 1
December 8, 1932 ROSE HILL'S FIRE FUND DRIVE NEARS ITS GOAL 4
December 8, 1932 CROWD DISAPPOINTED AS STEVENSON FAILS TO APPEAR AT MEETING HERE 1
December 8, 1932 PROPERTY OWNERS AND THE COUNCIL COOPERATE 1
December 8, 1932 SATURDAY THE 17TH, ANOTHER BIG DAY FOR THE KIDS 1
December 8, 1932 STREETS TO RECEIVE FESTIVE XMAS ATTIRE 8
December 8, 1932 SHERIFF ADDS EAST SIDE DAY PATROL 1
December 8, 1932 LIBRARY IS ASKING FOR BOOK DONATIONS 4
December 8, 1932 CORRECTION OF LEAVITT, ED AND OLSON, ERIC OBITUARIES 9
December 8, 1932 LEAVITT, MILES EDWARD 3
December 8, 1932 O'NEAL, RUSSELL 4
December 8, 1932 SANDSTROM, OTTO 1
December 8, 1932 ROSE HILL'S FIRE FUND DRIVE NEARS ITS GOAL 4
December 8, 1932 RUTH SEVERANCE, MARION L REAGAN 8
December 15, 1932 TEAKLES CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY (MR AND MRS GEORGE) 1
December 15, 1932 HUGHES MOTOR CO REOPENS LOCAL FORD AGENCY THIS WEEK 1
December 15, 1932 MERCHANT'S OPEN HOUSE DRAWS CROWDS TO KIRKLAND WEDNESDAY 1
December 15, 1932 ROSE BEAUTY WINS NATIONAL HONORS 1
December 15, 1932 CO-OP CANNERY NOW READY FOR MEMBERS 1
December 15, 1932 YOUTH GRABS LIVE, HIGH TENSION WIRE, HAS NARROW ESCAPE 1
December 15, 1932 OVER SIX HUNDRED EXPECTED TO TAKE PART IN KID PARADE SATURDAY 1
December 15, 1932 OVER SIX HUNDRED EXPECTED TO TAKE PART IN KID PARADE SATURDAY 1
December 15, 1932 OVER SIX HUNDRED EXPECTED TO TAKE PART IN KID PARADE SATURDAY 1
December 15, 1932 SANTA TO VISIT HOMES OF CHILDREN OF UNEMPLOYED ON CHRISTMAS EVE 7
December 15, 1932 STREET DECORATIONS ADD MUCH TO XMAS SPIRIT; UNEMPLOYED DO WORK 12
December 15, 1932 EAST SIDE PATROL CARS TO BE GIVEN RADIO EQUIPMENT 1
December 15, 1932 HUNTS POINT BOY VICTIM OF BULLET (BUELL, BEN) 1
December 15, 1932 HAWLEY, CHARLES D 1
December 15, 1932 MARKS, ESTHER J 1
December 15, 1932 TRIPP, GEORGE H 6
December 15, 1932 DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOU LIVE (MAP OF KIRKLAND) 9
December 15, 1932 BETHEL ASSEMBLY TO HEAR EVANGELIST W S GUILD 6
December 15, 1932 CONTINUE SUIT TO BREAK FERRY LEASE 1
December 15, 1932 MERCER ISLAND MAN FALLS OFF FERRY DAWN 1
December 15, 1932 EASTSIDERS TAKING ADVANTAGE OF WEATHER TO GET FEW DAYS SKATING 1
December 22, 1932 KIRKLAND WOMAN WINS POETRY PRIZE (BARRY, MARY E) 1
December 22, 1932 KIRKLAND BUSINESS CORNER NOW OWNED BY TACOMA INTERESTS 1
December 22, 1932 SCAVELLA ADDS TO HIS REPAIR SHOP EQUIPMENT 4
December 22, 1932 CO-OPERATIVE CANNERY ELECTS NEW OFFICERS 4
December 22, 1932 CLEVER COSTUMES SHOWN; NEARLY THOUSAND KIDDIES ENJOY PARADE 1
December 22, 1932 SPECIAL SHOWING OF 'SHERLOCK HOLMES' FOR UNEMPLOYED FAMILIES 1
December 22, 1932 CLEVER COSTUMES SHOWN; NEARLY THOUSAND KIDDIES ENJOY PARADE 1
December 22, 1932 LARGE FLOUR SHIPMENT HERE FOR UNEMPLOYED 1
December 22, 1932 SPECIAL SHOWING OF 'SHERLOCK HOLMES' FOR UNEMPLOYED FAMILIES 1
December 22, 1932 CLEVER COSTUMES SHOWN; NEARLY THOUSAND KIDDIES ENJOY PARADE 1
December 22, 1932 DRIVER ON TRIAL IN MANSLAUGHTER CASE (SHIELDS, M F) 1
December 22, 1932 FERRY COMPANY LOSES DAMAGE CLAIM SUIT 1
December 22, 1932 SILENCE WINS FOR STEVENSON. JUDGE DISMISSES THE CASE 1
December 22, 1932 DALGLEISH, JOHN 4
December 22, 1932 RASMUSSEN, THEODORE ROBERT 5
December 22, 1932 HOLD LIQUOR REPEAL UP FOR CONFERENCE 1
December 22, 1932 FERRY COMPANY LOSES DAMAGE CLAIM SUIT 1
December 22, 1932 COUNCIL WILL NOT TEAR UP LAKE SHORE WALK 1
December 29, 1932 JOHNSONS CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY (MR AND MRS CHARLES A) 1
December 29, 1932 PROGRESSING BACKWARDS (EDITORIAL ABOUT REPLACING SIDEWALKS) 1
December 29, 1932 LOCAL ORCHESTRA TO GIVE FIRST CONCERT 1
December 29, 1932 DRY ORDINANCE STANDS, VERDICT OF TOWN COUNCIL 1
December 29, 1932 WIFE OF HOUGHTON FOUNDER TAKES NEW HUSBAND AT THE AGE OF SIXTY 1
December 29, 1932 SANTA UNLOADS SLEIGH AT DOORS OF NEEDY 5
December 29, 1932 WIFE OF HOUGHTON FOUNDER TAKES NEW HUSBAND AT THE AGE OF SIXTY 1
December 29, 1932 JURY DISMISSED SERVING ON JOHNSON-SHIELDS TRIAL 1
December 29, 1932 SHERIFF'S OFFICE TO REOPEN STOCKADE UNDER NEW REGIME 1
December 29, 1932 DUBY, GEORGE 3
December 29, 1932 FISH, J M 1
December 29, 1932 WYCOFF, DONALD 6
December 29, 1932 WYCOFF, DONALD 10
December 29, 1932 DRY ORDINANCE STANDS, VERDICT OF TOWN COUNCIL 1
December 29, 1932 FEDERALS PULL RAIDS ON LAKEVIEW APARTMENTS 1
December 29, 1932 SEMINARY GETS GIFTS ON DEATH OF BISHOP 1
December 29, 1932 PROGRESSING BACKWARDS (EDITORIAL ABOUT REPLACING SIDEWALKS) 1
December 29, 1932 ALICE HOLMQUIST, PETER DOWNEY 4
December 29, 1932 ANNIE BLAKNEY, J F DEACON 1
January 5, 1933 GRIFFITHS ANNOUNCES NEW GRADE OF MILK 1
January 5, 1933 PAINT COMPANY REQUESTS PERMIT OF COUNCIL TO BUILD IN KIRKLAND 1
January 5, 1933 KIRKLAND RESIDENTS NEAR DEATH IN AUTO CRASH AT VANCOUVER (PORTER) 1
January 5, 1933 TO CONDUCT BERRY SCHOOL AT ROSE HILL CLUBHOUSE 1
January 5, 1933 PAINT COMPANY REQUESTS PERMIT OF COUNCIL TO BUILD IN KIRKLAND 1
January 5, 1933 MARSHALL HARDLY REALIZES IT IS NEW YEAR'S EVE IN KIRKLAND 1
January 5, 1933 COURTRIGHT, LILLIAN MCARTHUR 1
January 5, 1933 CUNNINGHAM, RICHARD 1
January 5, 1933 JAMES, MARY 1
January 5, 1933 EASTSIDER PLANS TO START ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HERE 1
January 5, 1933 AGREEMENT REACHED ON LAKESHORE WALK 1
January 5, 1933 JOSEPHINE C QUACKENBUSH, ELLWOOD C CASSEL 6
January 5, 1933 LORRAINE KELLS, ROY LAMPAERT 6
January 5, 1933 MADELINE HARPER, OSCAR 'ANDY' ANDERSON 1
January 12, 1933 CIVIC ORCHESTRA TO MAKE FIRST PUBLIC APPEARANCE JAN 20 1
January 12, 1933 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 8
January 12, 1933 COFFEE MILL WILL OPEN IN BURKE & FARRAR BLDG SAT. 1
January 12, 1933 CO-OP CANNERY IS NOW ASSURED FACT 1
January 12, 1933 PATTERSON, ANDREW 6
January 12, 1933 FIRST EXHIBITION OF NEW ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION TO BE HELD FRIDAY 1
January 12, 1933 COWBOY EVANGELIST AT NAZARENE CHURCH NOW 1
January 12, 1933 SHAKE-UP UNDERWAY AS NEW COUNTY REGIME ASSUMES REIGN 1
January 12, 1933 ELIZABETH MORROW, HAROLD HOPKINS 6
January 19, 1933 PAL NIGHT TWO NIGHTS A WEEK AT THE GATEWAY 1
January 19, 1933 ROSE BEAUTY SHOPPE TO CHANGE LOCATION 1
January 19, 1933 COMMUNITY URGED TO COMBINE EFFORT ON FLOOD CONTROL 1
January 19, 1933 TICKETS GO FAST FOR FIRST ANNUAL CIVIC ORCHESTRA CONCERT 1
January 19, 1933 MAYOR NEWBERRY ATTENDS MEETING OF NW MAYORS 1
January 19, 1933 RELIEF WORK PROGRAM MAY BE RESUMED EARLY NEXT WEEK 1
January 19, 1933 KIRKLAND MEN ARRESTED WHILE STEALING GASOLINE 1
January 19, 1933 STOCKADE OPENING IS VERY DOUBTFUL 1
January 19, 1933 BARTOW, ANNA 3
January 19, 1933 SCOTT, LIZZIE 3
January 19, 1933 TROWBRIDGE, L J 4
January 19, 1933 BOYS CAN LOOK TO OWN LAURELS AS GIRLS FORM BASKETBALL LEAGUE 1
January 19, 1933 NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY GIVES NO WRONG NUMBERS 1
January 26, 1933 EASTSIDE HENS GO TO SAN FRANCISCO VIA THE AUTO TRUCK ROUTE 1
January 26, 1933 EASTSIDE HIT WHEN EGGS TAKE TUMBLE 1
January 26, 1933 CIVIC ORCHESTRA TALENT REVELATION TO MUSIC LOVERS 1
January 26, 1933 'HIDDEN MOVIE' WINNERS RECEIVE GATEWAY TICKETS 1
January 26, 1933 COUNCIL UPHOLDS RESTAURANT WASTE DISPOSAL CONTRACT 4
January 26, 1933 COMMISSIONERS ORDER NEW MANAGEMENT FOR KIRKLAND RELIEF 1
January 26, 1933 JOHNSON, ANNE 1
January 26, 1933 KJALLIN, AGNES 6
January 26, 1933 STUDLEY, HELEN 1
January 26, 1933 THINGS WILL BEGIN TO HAPPEN NOW THAT ROSE 'HILL BILLYS' ORGANIZE 1
January 26, 1933 FILINGS REMAIN OPEN FOR THREE CITY COUNCILMEN 1
January 26, 1933 NAZARENE REVIVAL MEETINGS CONTINUE 4
January 26, 1933 THINGS WILL BEGIN TO HAPPEN NOW THAT ROSE 'HILL BILLYS' ORGANIZE 1
January 26, 1933 BERNICE JENNING, MARTIN JONDALL 5
February 2, 1933 COLUMBIA LUMBER NOW HAS OFFICE COMPLETED 1
February 2, 1933 PAINT COMPANY CHANGES THEIR ORIGINAL LOCATION 4
February 2, 1933 PLANS ANNOUNCED FOR BIG JUANITA MINSTREL FEB 11 1
February 2, 1933 EASTSIDE UNEMPLOYED LOOKING AHEAD; ASK FOR ALL AVAILABLE GARDEN L 1
February 2, 1933 NEW COUNTY WELFARE MEMBERS ANNOUNCE EARLY PROGRAM START 1
February 2, 1933 PLANS ANNOUNCED FOR BIG JUANITA MINSTREL FEB 11 1
February 2, 1933 THIEVES CAPTURED TEN MINUTES AFTER ROBBERY 1
February 2, 1933 DEWEESE, WILLIAM 1
February 2, 1933 HERSEY, VICTOR C 4
February 2, 1933 KINGFISH BAILEY GETS WORKS IN INITIATION OF MYSTIC KNIGHTS OF SEA 1
February 2, 1933 CAUCUS CALLED TO SELECT TICKET FOR THE TOWN COUNCIL FRIDAY 1
February 2, 1933 TOWN NOW LAYING SEVERAL SIDEWALKS 1
February 2, 1933 LEGION WILL FILE WAR RECORDS OF EASTSIDERS 1
February 2, 1933 AVA JENSON, GUS ISAKSON 4
February 9, 1933 CONSTRUCTION STARTS THIS WEEK ON NEW SUPER-SERVICE STATION 1
February 9, 1933 WORK SLACK SO LOCAL CARPENTER USES SAW FOR VIOLIN; AT MINSTREL 1
February 9, 1933 COUNCIL RESOLVES AGAINST POWER BILL 1
February 9, 1933 STATE RELIEF OFFICE TO BE OPENED HERE EARLY NEXT WEEK 1
February 9, 1933 JANUARY IS BIGGEST MONTH FOR LIBRARY 1
February 9, 1933 BROOKS, JANICE 6
February 9, 1933 MCCREARY, T F 5
February 9, 1933 ROGERS, JOHN T 5
February 9, 1933 WEBB, PEACH AND THORSLUND NAMED AT CAUCUS MONDAY 1
February 9, 1933 CHURCH TO FUNCTION WITHOUT PASTOR'S AID 1
February 9, 1933 WILSON FORMER PORT ENGINEER NEW NORTH DIST. ROAD SUPERVISOR 1
February 16, 1933 ROSE BEAUTY SHOPPE OPENING TUESDAY 1
February 16, 1933 CROSBY AND BROWN ON CANNERY BOARD 1
February 16, 1933 'BLACK FACE' COMEDIANS PERFORM WITH CLOGS, JOKES AND HARMONY 1
February 16, 1933 TIMES HARD? GO TO THE FIREMEN'S BALL AND GET YOUR FREE GROCERIES 1
February 16, 1933 NEW STATE RELIEF PROGRAM EFFECTIVE HERE MONDAY 1
February 16, 1933 DEPUTIES WARN OF POSSIBILITY OF LOSS OF PROWLER PATROL 1
February 16, 1933 FABER, ARTHUR KING 8
February 16, 1933 SPEAR, JULIAN W 5
February 16, 1933 KIRKLAND MASONIC LODGE'S UNBROKEN CHAIN OF PAST-MASTERS (PHOTO) 4
February 16, 1933 MASONIC MASTERS' CHAIN UNBROKEN 1
February 16, 1933 FILINGS CLOSE WITH SIX CANDIDATES IN COUNCIL CONTEST 1
February 16, 1933 NOTED EVANGELISTS WILL BE HERE ON TUESDAY 1
February 16, 1933 YOUNG PEOPLE HOLD SPECIAL PROGRAM 1
February 16, 1933 TRUCK RATE REDUCTIONS EFFECTIVE ON LAKE FERRIES 1
February 16, 1933 HELEN BARTLETT, RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN 1
February 16, 1933 JUANITA ROBERTS, DOUGLAS HAND 1
February 23, 1933 STATE COMMITTEE TO OPERATE CO FARM 1
February 23, 1933 HOLD OPEN HOUSE ON FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (ALEXANDER, CURTIS) 4
February 23, 1933 CHAPEL TO DEDICATE NEW QUARTERS ON MARCH 5TH (HUNTS POINT CHAPEL) 4
February 23, 1933 ROSE BEAUTY SHOPPE OPENS NEW QUARTERS 4
February 23, 1933 TYPEWRITER REPAIR SHOP OPENED BY RALPH NYE 1
February 23, 1933 KEAN AGAIN TO SEEK ELECTION ON SCHOOL BOARD 1
February 23, 1933 FIREMEN WILL HAVE 9 PIECE ORCHESTRA 1
February 23, 1933 FIRES COME THICK AND FAST THIS WEEK 4
February 23, 1933 COUNCIL REQUESTED TO REGULATE STORE CLOSING HOURS 1
February 23, 1933 ROUGH SPOTS IRONED OUT AS NEW RELIEF PROGRAM GETS UNDERWAY 1
February 23, 1933 BANNICK TO KEEP EASTSIDE COUNTY PROWLER PATROL 1
February 23, 1933 FAULDS, WILLIAM A 6
February 23, 1933 VALVICK, OLE 5
February 23, 1933 WOOD, SADIE I 5
February 23, 1933 CHAMP HOOPSTERS BATTLE HERE 1
February 23, 1933 EVANGELIST INVITES INFIDELS AND SKEPTICS 4
February 23, 1933 PRESENT BILLS FOR LOCAL ROAD FUNDS 4
February 23, 1933 SIGNS OF SPRING: POETS, GRASS, TREES, STYLES, BABIES, LOVERS, BIRDS 1
March 2, 1933 ALEXANDERS OBSERVE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY (MR AND MRS CURTIS) 1
March 2, 1933 THE OLD "MAESTRO" HONORED (COLLINS, R H) 1
March 2, 1933 VISIT OF MRS ROOSEVELT BRINGS LOCAL MAN TO LIGHT (JENSEN, GOTFRED 1
March 2, 1933 CANNERY CHOOSES IT OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR 10
March 2, 1933 SCHOOL DISTRICT TO CHOOSE BOARD MEN 1
March 2, 1933 MEMORIAL TREE PLANTING MARCH 8 10
March 2, 1933 FIRE DESTROYS LARGE POULTRY HOUSES OF THE HAMMOND FARM 1
March 2, 1933 WELFARE BOARD TO AID UNEMPLOYED TO RAISE OWN GARDENS 1
March 2, 1933 PENNEY STORE IS VICTIM OF ROBBERS 1
March 2, 1933 PROWLER CARS TO BE EQUIPPED WITH RADIO 5
March 2, 1933 HOWARD, THOMAS W 5
March 2, 1933 OWEN, FRANK 5
March 2, 1933 SIGEL, HARIETTE 9
March 2, 1933 TRUXUL, CLYDE 1
March 2, 1933 TURNER, CORDELIA 10
March 2, 1933 COUNCIL RACE BEGINS TO LOOK INTERESTING 1
March 2, 1933 THRILLERS FEATURE EACH NIGHTS PLAY AT BASKETBALL MEET 1
March 9, 1933 OPENING LOCAL BANKS FRIDAY STILL REMAINS PROBLEMATICAL 1
March 9, 1933 FORMER KIRKLANDITE WINS SPELLING BEE (REESE, ALBERT D) 4
March 9, 1933 NEW MAPLE FLOOR FOR DANCE ON MARCH 15 (JUANITA IMPROVEMENT CLUB) 1
March 9, 1933 TWO STORES CHANGE LOCATION IN KIRKLAND 1
March 9, 1933 HIGH SCHOOL BAND RECEIVES UNIFORMS 1
March 9, 1933 KEAN UNOPPOSED; WILL AGAIN SERVE DISTRICT 1
March 9, 1933 FIRE DEPARTMENT MAKES GOOD RECORD; NO FIRE LOSSES IN KIRKLAND 1
March 9, 1933 PASTIME CAFE HAS SCARE MONDAY NITE 8
March 9, 1933 OPTIMISM PREVAILS IN KIRKLAND OVER NATION'S FINANCIAL PLIGHT 1
March 9, 1933 RELIEF HOME VISITS ORDERED BY MAR 20 1
March 9, 1933 UNEMPLOYED RECEIVE 500 POUNDS FROZEN HALIBUT 1
March 9, 1933 NEW MAPLE FLOOR FOR DANCE ON MARCH 15 (JUANITA IMPROVEMENT CLUB) 1
March 9, 1933 REMLINGER ASKS $100,000 FOR BURN 1
March 9, 1933 HEINS, OTTO 8
March 9, 1933 REED, H S 3
March 9, 1933 STANTON, GEORGE 4
March 9, 1933 TWO FULL TICKETS TO CONFRONT VOTERS IN CITY ELECTION 1
March 9, 1933 BOTHELL WALKS AWAY WITH COUNTY TITLE IN TOURNAMENT HERE 1
March 16, 1933 JUNIOR HI PRESENTS OPERETTA MARCH 23 1
March 16, 1933 LOCAL INSTITUTIONS INCLUDED IN U.S. LIST OF SOUND BANKS 1
March 16, 1933 KIRKLAND MAN RETURNS FROM QUAKE (BOOTH, WILLARD) 1
March 16, 1933 FREE FIDDLE AND BANJO GIVEN AT GATEWAY 10
March 16, 1933 PEACH, WEBB AND THORSLUND ELECTED TO TOWN COUNCIL 1
March 16, 1933 COAST GUARD CREW CAPTIVATES COLLEENS 1
March 16, 1933 R B BROWN'S BROTHER ON TRIAL FOR SLAYING 1
March 16, 1933 DWYER, T N 6
March 16, 1933 GILMOUR, J C 10
March 16, 1933 GODSEY, LEONIDAS D 1
March 16, 1933 LOUGHTON, GEORGE 9
March 16, 1933 VICKERSON, SIDNEY 3
March 16, 1933 WALLACE, JAMES 6
March 16, 1933 WINTER, FRANK 6
March 16, 1933 PREPARE FOR CROWD AT SCOUT BANQUET TOMORROW EVENING 1
March 16, 1933 WELCOME MAT LAID DOWN FOR BEER AS WOLF IS CHASED FROM DOORSTEP 1
March 16, 1933 KIRKLAND TO BE IN BASEBALL LEAGUE 1
March 16, 1933 JOSEPHINE DREW, GARFIELD GILMORE 1
March 23, 1933 JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS GIVE OPERETTA, 'BITS OF BLARNEY', TONIGHT 1
March 23, 1933 KIRKLAND BARBER 'GOES TO THE DOGS'; C WATTS GIVES POINTERS 1
March 23, 1933 DAHLBERG BUILDS NEW HOME AT FOOT OF FIFTH AVENUE W 10
March 23, 1933 KIRKLAND SCHOOL WILL ENTER MUSIC CONTEST 1
March 23, 1933 RABBITS POP OUT OF TOPPERS WHEN AXIOM COMES TO TOWN 10
March 23, 1933 NEWBERRY ANNOUNCES 'CLEAN-UP WEEK' 5
March 23, 1933 COUNCIL REJECTS HOURS OF CLOSING; APPROVES HIGH SCHOOL BLEACHERS 1
March 23, 1933 NONWORKERS HAMPER RELIEF, BOARD SAYS 1
March 23, 1933 PATTERSON, REV E D 10
March 23, 1933 FATHERS AND SONS ATTEND BANQUET; SCOUTS GRATEFUL FOR COOPERATION 1
March 23, 1933 STAFF TAKES REST AS STUDENTS EDIT PAPER 1
March 23, 1933 REDMOND ISSUES BLAU FIRST BEER LICENSE; KIRKLAND STILL DRY 1
March 30, 1933 EASTSIDERS LEASE KING COUNTY FARM 1
March 30, 1933 MAYOR APPROACHES HIS 80TH MILESTONE (NEWBERRY, C E) 1
March 30, 1933 VIOLIN AND BANJO GIVEN AWAY AT GATEWAY FRIDAY 1
March 30, 1933 ORTHOPEDIC STARTS PLANS FOR EGG DRIVE 1
March 30, 1933 KHS ENTERS STATE CONTEST IN TYPING 1
March 30, 1933 UNEMPLOYED ASKED TO VOTE ON STRIKE AT MEETING TONIGHT 1
March 30, 1933 WELFARE BOARD SETS WORKERS WAGE SCALE 1
March 30, 1933 EASTSIDE BATTERY CO ENLARGES ITS FACTORY 1
March 30, 1933 LEGION WILL SPONSOR GIGANTIC GATHERING IF INDIAN TRIBES 1
March 30, 1933 DOWARD, REV ZENAS O 5
March 30, 1933 EMERY, GILBERT WILLIAM 8
March 30, 1933 SHANNON, ELIZABETH 5
March 30, 1933 KIRKLAND TUMBLES FROM WATER-WAGON; GETS 3.2 BEER APRIL 7TH 1
April 6, 1933 CANNERS LOOK FOR LIGHT BERRY CROP 1
April 6, 1933 BLAU'S SUPER SERVICE STATION OPENS DOORS TO PUBLIC 6
April 6, 1933 KHS WINS HONORS IN TYPING CONTEST 1
April 6, 1933 OLD ORDINANCE BARS SELLING OF BEER, IS CITY DADS' OPINION 1
April 6, 1933 MOVE IS STARTED TO HAVE TOWNS SECEDED FROM KING COUNTY 1
April 6, 1933 QUICK ACTION ENDS UNEMPLOYED STRIKE AGITATION OF RED LEADERS 1
April 6, 1933 LEGIONNAIRES SET DATE FOR BIG INDIAN TRIBAL GATHERING HERE 1
April 6, 1933 ANDERSON, CHARLES A 4
April 6, 1933 BULGER, MAE SNYDER 10
April 6, 1933 CARTER, FRANK WENTWORTH 4
April 6, 1933 DOWARD, REV Z O 5
April 6, 1933 HALL, SUZANNA 4
April 6, 1933 SPANISH WAR VETERANS WILL ORGANIZE HERE 1
April 6, 1933 AD RESULTS OF JOURNAL PROVE BEST ON COAST 9
April 6, 1933 BLAU GETS FIRST U.S. BEER PERMIT 1
April 6, 1933 OLD ORDINANCE BARS SELLING OF BEER, IS CITY DADS' OPINION 1
April 13, 1933 COUPLE MARRIED 56 YEARS WEDNESDAY (BUCKLES, MR AND MRS MARION) 5
April 13, 1933 BLIND WOMAN SPREADS RAYS OF SUNSHINE (FUNK, MRS ALFRED) 1
April 13, 1933 KIRKLAND MAKES PLACE IN WESTERN MUSIC MEET 1
April 13, 1933 EMPLOYMENT GIVES MEN IN REFORESTATION PLAN 1
April 13, 1933 FIRE ON ROSE HILL AT PETE LARSON'S PLACE 5
April 13, 1933 FUNDERHIDE HOME BURNS TO THE GROUND 1
April 13, 1933 KIRKLAND AWAITS BEER DISCUSSION DUE AT COUNCIL MEETING MONDAY 1
April 13, 1933 PROSPERITY APPEARS AS LOCAL SHIPYARDS RESUME OPERATION 1
April 13, 1933 EASTSIDERS TERMINATE FRIENDSHIP IN LAWSUIT (PLEASURE YACHT) 1
April 13, 1933 ROBBERS LOOT OIL PLANT; SUSPECT SAME PILFERERS OF PREVIOUS BURGLARY 1
April 13, 1933 INDIAN POW-WOW HERE CREATES TRIBAL INTEREST 1
April 13, 1933 ADAMS, EDITH 9
April 13, 1933 KIRKLAND AWAITS BEER DISCUSSION DUE AT COUNCIL MEETING MONDAY 1
April 13, 1933 OK FOR LEGAL BEER SAYS SERVICE CLUB 1
April 13, 1933 EASTER DAY PAGEANT HEADS CHURCH FETE 1
April 13, 1933 RAILWAY EXPRESS OFFICE OPENED IN KIRKLAND 1
April 20, 1933 SMITH'S BEAUTY SHOPPE UNDERGOES IMPROVEMENTS 1
April 20, 1933 CROWD WATCHES AS YOUTHS BATTLE FOR LIFE IN LAKE WATERS 1
April 20, 1933 ORTHOPEDIC COLLECTS 243 DOZEN EGGS FRI. 1
April 20, 1933 RED CROSS GIVES OUT MANY TONS OF FLOUR 10
April 20, 1933 KIRKLAND LOSES TRUE LEADER (NEWBERRY, REV C E) 4
April 20, 1933 PUBLIC URGED TO PREPARE FOR CLEAN-UP WEEK 1
April 20, 1933 3.2 BEER ORDINANCE CAUSES MAYOR NEWBERRY'S RESIGNATION 1
April 20, 1933 KIRKLAND GREETS NEW MAYOR (GATES, I W) 1
April 20, 1933 LOCAL OFFICE TAKING FEDERAL REGISTRATION 1
April 20, 1933 WILL PUSH JUANITA ROAD PAVING SAYS STEVENSON 1
April 20, 1933 CHAMPIONSHIP CANOE RACE MAY FEATURE BIG INDIAN POWWOW 1
April 20, 1933 DAHLBY, JOHN M (FORMER POSTMASTER) 4
April 20, 1933 ETZLER, ROBERT LEE 10
April 20, 1933 PAINE, JOHN A 7
April 20, 1933 3.2 BEER ORDINANCE CAUSES MAYOR NEWBERRY'S RESIGNATION 1
April 20, 1933 JUANITA GOLF COURSE AGAIN OPEN TO PUBLIC 1
April 20, 1933 JUNIOR HIGH ATHLETES ARE AWARDED LETTERS 1
April 20, 1933 KEENEY TO MANAGE KIRKLAND BALL TEAM 1
April 20, 1933 OUTDOOR PING-PONG HEALTHFUL EXERCISE 1
April 20, 1933 WILL PUSH JUANITA ROAD PAVING SAYS STEVENSON 1
April 27, 1933 COMMISSIONER AIDS SCHOOL IN GRADING NEW ATHLETIC FIELD 1
April 27, 1933 'BUY ON EASTSIDE' IS CAMPAIGN SLOGAN 1
April 27, 1933 EASTSIDE BARBERS AGREE ON PRICE RATES 1
April 27, 1933 LADIES PREPARE FOR ANOTHER POPPY SALE 4
April 27, 1933 ORTHOPEDIC PENNY DRIVE MAY 1 TO 15 1
April 27, 1933 CENTRAL SCHOOL PRESENTS OPERETTA SET FOR FRIDAY 1
April 27, 1933 CLEAN-UP GANG PREPARES FOR BUSY WEEK 1
April 27, 1933 NEW COUNTY IDEA GAINS IMPETUS AT MEETING 1
April 27, 1933 LOCAL WELFARE OFFICE SIGNS UP RECRUITS FOR REFORESTATION ARMY 1
April 27, 1933 ROOSEVELT TO AID SMALL HOME OWNERS 1
April 27, 1933 ROSE HILL TO OBSERVE PRESIDENT'S DAY SUN. 1
April 27, 1933 TRUCK STOLEN FROM UNEMPLOYED SUNDAY 8
April 27, 1933 INDIANS WILL RE-ENACT SIGNING OF TREATY WITH GOV. STEVENS 1
April 27, 1933 GRAY, ELLA 4
April 27, 1933 RENCH, CLARA 5
May 4, 1933 DONALD STRAIN, CELLIST, ON TOUR IN CALIFORNIA 7
May 4, 1933 KIRKLAND PAINT COMPANY ADDS WALL PAPER LINE 1
May 4, 1933 DIFFICULTIES OVERCOME CANNERY TO OPERATE 1
May 4, 1933 RUMMAGE SALE IS PLANNED FOR NEEDY 5
May 4, 1933 CLOWNS CUT COMIC CAPERS FOR THE KIDDIES 1
May 4, 1933 HIGH SCHOOL OPERETTA TO BE HELD TONIGHT 1
May 4, 1933 CLOWNS CUT COMIC CAPERS FOR THE KIDDIES 1
May 4, 1933 COUNCIL ABOLISHES ENGINEERS OFFICE; TO DO WITHOUT SERVICE 1
May 4, 1933 KIRKLAND ADOPTS DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME 1
May 4, 1933 EASTSIDE EXPRESSES OPPOSITION TO NEW COUNTY MOVEMENT 1
May 4, 1933 EASTSIDE CONTINGENT ENTERS FOREST SERVICE 1
May 4, 1933 KIRKLAND WILL HAVE JAIL IN BLAU SERVICE STATION 1
May 4, 1933 GIGANTIC INDIAN WAR CANOES TO BE PLACED ON DISPLAY IN SEATTLE 1
May 4, 1933 RUST, MARYLINA 4
May 4, 1933 ESPERANTISTS TO HOLD MASS MEETING HERE 5
May 4, 1933 CAMPFIRE GIRLS HOLD GRAND COUNCIL FIRE 1
May 4, 1933 KHS TRACK TEAM TAKES FIRST PLACE AT ISSAQUAH MEET 1
May 4, 1933 MANY REGISTER FOR TENNIS TOURNAMENT 1
May 4, 1933 LESCHI TO HAVE NEW UP-TO-DATE TERMINAL 7
May 4, 1933 HELEN WELTON, WILLIAM BROWN 5
May 11, 1933 EX-KHS STUDENT WINS SCHOLARSHIP (TAMMINEN, ADOLPH) 1
May 11, 1933 CLEMMONS BARTSCH HAS OUTSTANDING AGENCY 1
May 11, 1933 TAVERN CAFE OPENED SUNDAY TO PUBLIC 1
May 11, 1933 INCREASED EMPLOYMENT ENABLES WELFARE TO CURTAIL EXPENDITURES 1
May 11, 1933 JOURNAL SEEKS STARS FOR STAGE AND RADIO - WINNERS GO TO NBC IN LA 1
May 11, 1933 INCREASED EMPLOYMENT ENABLES WELFARE TO CURTAIL EXPENDITURES 1
May 11, 1933 UNEMPLOYED DOING MUCH CONSTRUCTIVE WORK FOR KIRKLAND 1
May 11, 1933 BOOZE AND SPEED DO NOT MIX SAYS JUDGE DAVIS 1
May 11, 1933 KIRKLAND MAN MISSING; TRAILED BY BLOODHOUNDS 1
May 11, 1933 POW-WOW DATES ARE ADVANCED TO SATURDAY & SUNDAY, MAY 27, 28 1
May 11, 1933 NISHIDA, YUJIRI 1
May 11, 1933 BALL TEAMS BATTLE OVER BILL KINNEY 1
May 11, 1933 GOLLOFON WINS FIRST PLACE IN COUNTY MEET 5
May 11, 1933 HUNT SAYS BRIDGE MAY BE IMPROVED (WAYNE) 1
May 11, 1933 LAKE WASHINGTON SQUALL CAUSES NEAR DROWNINGS 1
May 11, 1933 ELIZABETH ANNE FRANKLIN, H RICHARD SHERWOOD 6
May 18, 1933 WANDERER FOUND IN KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.  HAD MEMORY LAPSE (SIBLEY) 1
May 18, 1933 HISTORIC YARROW POINT LANDMARK DEMOLISHED (EZRA MEEKER SHED) 1
May 18, 1933 LUTHERAN CHAPEL CONSTRUCTED IN KIRKLAND 1
May 18, 1933 SEVEN YEAR OLD GIRL RUN OVER BY AUTO 1
May 18, 1933 SENIOR COMMENCEMENT PREPARATIONS COMPLETED 1
May 18, 1933 FLORENCE HENNIG, JOHN EDWARD SULLIVAN 1
May 18, 1933 COUNCIL TIGHTENS REGULATIONS FOR TOWN PARKING 1
May 18, 1933 REFORESTERS SEEK EXPERIENCED LEADERS 1
May 18, 1933 GOVERNOR MARTIN TO PARTICIPATE IN INDIAN POW-WOW 1
May 18, 1933 INDIANS DANCE AT WOODLAND SUNDAY 1
May 18, 1933 RICHARDSON, ANGUS F 4
May 18, 1933 SMITH, JOHN R (CIVIL WAR VET) 4
May 18, 1933 LARGE CROWD ATTENDS GRAND COUNCIL FIRE 1
May 18, 1933 SPANISH WAR VETS TO ELECT OFFICERS 1
May 18, 1933 COUNCIL TIGHTENS REGULATIONS FOR TOWN PARKING 1
May 18, 1933 PAVING OF ROAD IS STILL PROBLEMATICAL 1
May 18, 1933 SEWAGE DISPOSAL PLAN IS ORDERED 1
May 18, 1933 SPANISH WAR VETS TO ELECT OFFICERS 1
May 18, 1933 CLOTILDE DURYEE, KEMPER FREEMAN 4
May 25, 1933 SEE THEM IN ACTION - INDIAN POW-WOW 8
May 25, 1933 CAMPFIRE GIRL WINS WEEK AT CAMP SEALTH (TRENT, DOROTHY) 1
May 25, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (HARTRANFT, W G) 1
May 25, 1933 WELFARE BOARD NOW BUILDS HOUSES HERE 12
May 25, 1933 BARTSCH GETS THIRTY WATT LOUD SPEAKER EQUIPMENT 1
May 25, 1933 COFFEE MILL INSTALLS EIGHTY QUART MIXER 1
May 25, 1933 FRANK HART DISPOSES OF LOCAL CHEV AGENCY 1
May 25, 1933 FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET OPENS FRIDAY 1
May 25, 1933 HARTSHORN CHANGES JITNEY HEADQUARTERS 8
May 25, 1933 CEMETERY IS BEING CLEANED AND IMPROVED THIS SPRING 7
May 25, 1933 FIFTY-SEVEN SENIORS WILL GET DIPLOMAS 1
May 25, 1933 HAIL KHS '33! CONGRATULATIONS FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE (PHOTOS) 3
May 25, 1933 MERCHANTS MAY BACK 'TUSKO' APPEARANCE 1
May 25, 1933 WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR GATEWAY CONTEST 1
May 25, 1933 ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR BIG FLOWER SHOW 12
May 25, 1933 BELLEVUE PLANNING BIG STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 1
May 25, 1933 COUNCIL WARNS AGAINST UNLAWFUL PARKING HERE 12
May 25, 1933 NEW COUNCILMAN WILL BE INSTALLED ON JUNE 5 1
May 25, 1933 HUNT GIVES FIGURES ON PROPOSED COUNTY 12
May 25, 1933 WELFARE BOARD NOW BUILDS HOUSES HERE 12
May 25, 1933 STATE COMMANDER HARRY LEWIS WILL BE MEMORIAL SPEAKER 1
May 25, 1933 READY TO SHOOT - BUT NO ONE TO SHOOT AT 1
May 25, 1933 INDIANS ARRIVE TOMORROW FOR TWO-DAY POW-WOW AT JUANITA 1
May 25, 1933 PEED, MINNIE EUGENE 8
May 25, 1933 LEE CHOSEN TO HEAD SPANISH WAR VETERANS 1
May 25, 1933 BOY GETS HORSE THRU CLASSIFIED AD 6
May 25, 1933 CONTRACT LET FOR PAVING OF JUANITA KENMORE HIGHWAY 1
May 25, 1933 CONTRACTORS MUST USE COUNTY GRAVEL 1
May 25, 1933 COUNCIL WARNS AGAINST UNLAWFUL PARKING HERE 12
May 25, 1933 STATE COMMANDER HARRY LEWIS WILL BE MEMORIAL SPEAKER 1
May 25, 1933 NADINE CRAYTON, LEONARD HILL 6
June 1, 1933 MR AND MRS ANDREWS PASS 50TH ANNIVERSARY 4
June 1, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (STARK, JUDGE A P) 1
June 1, 1933 GATEWAY'S 4-DAY SHOW POSTPONES PAL NIGHTS 1
June 1, 1933 JUANITA SCHOOL WINS POSTER SWEEPSTAKES 5
June 1, 1933 KHS SENIORS BID FOND FAREWELL TO FAMILIAR HALLS TONITE 1
June 1, 1933 GATEWAY WINNERS PICKED FOR FINALS 1
June 1, 1933 'OLD IRONSIDES' IN SEATTLE HARBOR; TUESDAY IS EASTSIDE DAY 1
June 1, 1933 THOUSANDS JAM JUANITA BEACHES TO WITNESS INDIAN POW-WOW 1
June 1, 1933 THOUSANDS JAM JUANITA BEACHES TO WITNESS INDIAN POW-WOW 1
June 1, 1933 MOTHER'S SUIT MAY HELP MANY OTHERS 1
June 1, 1933 THOUSANDS JAM JUANITA BEACHES TO WITNESS INDIAN POW-WOW 1
June 1, 1933 ANDRESEN, MARY H 4
June 1, 1933 DREW, FLORENCE T 7
June 1, 1933 MCCULLEY, RALPH DAYTON 4
June 1, 1933 KIRKLAND BASEBALL TEAM HAS SHAKEUP 1
June 1, 1933 KENMORE-INGLEWOOD PAVING STARTS MONDAY 1
June 1, 1933 WORK ON RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR SAMMAMISH SLOUGH 1
June 1, 1933 COUNTY AND PLANNING BOARD WORKING ON BIG SEWER PROJECT 1
June 1, 1933 VETS PAY TRIBUTE TO DEPARTED COMRADES 1
June 1, 1933 LEOLA M GILBERT, CLARENCE KELLER 6
June 1, 1933 NORAM SORWEIDE, MARK TANNER 6
June 8, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (TRAVIS, IVAN) 1
June 8, 1933 AMUNDSEN BROTHERS ERECTING BUILDING 1
June 8, 1933 LOCAL SERVICE STATIONS AGREE ON STANDARD PRICE 1
June 8, 1933 MAYTAG BRANCH OPENS IN LUSTIG BUILDING SATURDAY 1
June 8, 1933 NEW BEAUTY OPERATOR AT SMITH'S BEAUTY SHOP 1
June 8, 1933 CLYDE MILLAR, RED CROSS CHAIRMAN, ANNOUNCES ASSISTANTS FOR DRIVE 1
June 8, 1933 KHS GRADUATES ITS LARGEST CLASS THURS. 1
June 8, 1933 FINALS IN THE GATEWAY CONTEST TO BE JUNE 15 1
June 8, 1933 BELLEVUE ASKS AID OF EASTSIDE TO SUPPORT STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 1
June 8, 1933 GARDEN DEPT FLOWER SHOW ON JUNE 17-18 1
June 8, 1933 NEW MEMBERS OF COUNCIL ARE SWORN IN MONDAY NIGHT 1
June 8, 1933 CHASE WILL DISCUSS LAKE SEWAGE PLAN AT FEDERATED CLUB 1
June 8, 1933 AMATEURS ATTEMPT TO BLOW POST OFFICE SAFE 1
June 8, 1933 STEVENSON DENIES ANY CONNECTION WITH CHARGES IN BUFFALO 1
June 8, 1933 INDIAN POW-WOW GIVES EASTSIDE PUBLICITY 1
June 8, 1933 LOCAL WOMAN WRITES HISTORICAL SKETCH OF SNOQUALMIE'S PRINCESS 3
June 8, 1933 BENEDICT, MARGARET A 9
June 8, 1933 PEARL, NORMA 7
June 8, 1933 INDIAN POW-WOW GIVES EASTSIDE PUBLICITY 1
June 8, 1933 BISHOP HOUSTON TO BE AT SAINT JOHN'S SUNDAY 1
June 8, 1933 FLORENCE NELSON, ROBERT E MILLER 7
June 8, 1933 MARY HORNER, LEONARD TANSHA 3
June 15, 1933 EASTSIDE SCOUT SAILS FOR HUNGARY JULY 1ST (NELSON, BOB) 1
June 15, 1933 EASTSIDER SKINS WHITE ELEPHANT OF SEATTLE ZOO (KAPER, JACOB) 1
June 15, 1933 FORMER KIRKLAND BOY WINS NATIONAL ARCHERY CONTEST (MILLER, RALPH) 1
June 15, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (NEWELL, A B) 1
June 15, 1933 BOOSTER PUBLICATION OF FEDERATED CLUBS AIMS TO AID EASTSIDE 1
June 15, 1933 GATEWAY CONTEST CLOSES AT PERFORMANCE TONIGHT 1
June 15, 1933 'TUSKO' IMMORTALIZED FOR POSTERITY 1
June 15, 1933 BERRY FESTIVAL BOON TO EASTSIDE COMMUNITIES 1
June 15, 1933 U.S MOBILIZING MANPOWER AND RESOURCES FOR CONSTRUCTION 1
June 15, 1933 MANY STEPS INVOLVED IN ROASTING OF COFFEE (PHOTO) 4
June 15, 1933 BURGLARS MUFF SECOND ATTEMPT IN BELLEVUE 1
June 15, 1933 DRIVERS ADVISED TO OBEY CITY ORDINANCES, OR ELSE 4
June 15, 1933 FOUR FACE TRIAL IN AUTO INSURANCE FRAUD CASE 1
June 15, 1933 MORRIS, GEORGE MATHEW 4
June 15, 1933 RECOR, G D (CIVIL WAR VETERAN) 1
June 15, 1933 WEDIN, INGABORG 4
June 15, 1933 A M CLAWSON NAMED AS ROSE HILL PRESIDENT 1
June 15, 1933 EASTSIDE FEDERATED CLUBS RECOMMENDS ROAD WORK 1
June 15, 1933 NEXT SEWAGE MEETING AT BELLEVUE WEDNESDAY 1
June 15, 1933 ALZADA BOOTH, WALTER KOLSTAD 1
June 22, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (MARTIN, JOE A) 4
June 22, 1933 O S PENNEY DECLARES SKY-RIDING WONDERFUL 4
June 22, 1933 DONALD FRASER IS SERIOUSLY INJURED 1
June 22, 1933 TRUCK PLUNGES THRU BRIDGE; ONE DROWNS 10
June 22, 1933 KIRKLAND QUOTA OF RED CROSS FALLS SHORT $87 1
June 22, 1933 TUSKO'S BONES GO THRU PRESERVATION PROCESSES 1
June 22, 1933 EASTSIDE BERRY FESTIVAL AT BELLEVUE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 1
June 22, 1933 GORGEOUS BLOOMS ARE SEEN AT FLOWER SHOW 4
June 22, 1933 COUNCIL REGULATES STREET BANNERS 1
June 22, 1933 EASTSIDE CLUBS FORM ASSOCIATION FOR NEW LAKE SANITARY SYSTEM 1
June 22, 1933 ACCIDENT FRAUDERS ARE GIVEN STIFF SENTENCES 1
June 22, 1933 COLE, DELILAH 4
June 22, 1933 CORWIN, EARL 4
June 22, 1933 LITTELL, ELLA 4
June 22, 1933 'WET OR DRY' TO BE THE DEBATE AT ROSE HILL 1
June 22, 1933 JESSE H PARKER IS ORDAINED MINISTER BY BAPTIST COUNCIL 1
June 22, 1933 SUNDAY TO BE CHILDREN'S DAY AT LOCAL CHURCH 1
June 22, 1933 SPANISH WAR VETERANS MEET ON HILL SUNDAY 1
June 29, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (WILLIAMS, MABEL) 4
June 29, 1933 LUTHERAN MISSION ADOPTS ITS NAME 6
June 29, 1933 $35 SOUGHT BY RED CROSS TO COMPLETE QUOTA FOR KIRKLAND 1
June 29, 1933 STEADY EMPLOYMENT INCREASES LESSEN STATE WELFARE LISTS 1
June 29, 1933 BELLEVUE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL IS SUCCESS 1
June 29, 1933 STEADY EMPLOYMENT INCREASES LESSEN STATE WELFARE LISTS 1
June 29, 1933 CLASSES IN LIFESAVING PLANNED FOR SUMMER 1
June 29, 1933 FISHING WITHOUT A LICENSE IS DANGEROUS, JUDGE SAYS 1
June 29, 1933 MRS DILLON LOSES SUIT FOR MOTHER'S PENSION 1
June 29, 1933 REESE B BROWN SUED FOR $25000 ATTORNEY'S FEES 4
June 29, 1933 TWO MORE ACCIDENT FRAUDERS SENTENCED 1
June 29, 1933 ESSENDRUP, FRED 4
June 29, 1933 FLEMMING, JANE 1
June 29, 1933 FRASER, DONALD 1
June 29, 1933 GREGORY, J C 4
June 29, 1933 SIGEL, JOE 3
June 29, 1933 BURR ELECTED SERVICE CLUB'S NEW PRESIDENT 1
June 29, 1933 EASTSIDE CLUBS FORM SEWAGE ORGANIZATION 1
June 29, 1933 WORDS FLOW FREELY IN ROSE HILL WET-DRY TILT 1
June 29, 1933 TENNIS SHARKS PRACTICE FOR TOURNAMENT 1
June 29, 1933 SAMMAMISH RACERS SET BOAT RECORDS 1
June 29, 1933 KENMORE-JUANITA PAVING WORK COMPLETED EARLY 1
June 29, 1933 ALURA BULGER, J DOWICK 6
June 29, 1933 EUGENIA TAYLOR, LEONARD GEHRKE 10
June 29, 1933 GLADYS APT, ROBERT STANLEY MORSE 10
July 6, 1933 PAY'N TAKIT [GROCERIES] 8
July 6, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (OSKAM, WILLIAM) 2
July 6, 1933 DAD'S PLACE MOVES OWNER, DAD AMUNDSEN 1
July 6, 1933 CORNER SERVICE STATION OPENS SERVICE DEPARTMENT 1
July 6, 1933 DAD'S PLACE' MOVES TO NEW QUARTERS SATURDAY 1
July 6, 1933 'DAD'S PLACE' MOVES TO NEW QUARTERS SATURDAY 1
July 6, 1933 RED CROSS ROLL CALL NETS $145, $5 FROM QUOTA 1
July 6, 1933 SCHOOL BOARDS CALL TAXPAYERS TO BUDGET MEET 1
July 6, 1933 MARATHON, CATHRYN TURRELL, CHARLES PERFREMONT WINNERS 1
July 6, 1933 MOONLIGHT EXCURSION ALL SET FOR JULY 20TH 1
July 6, 1933 CITY IN GOOD FINANCIAL SHAPE, SAYS COUNCIL 1
July 6, 1933 MR & MRS GEORGE WEBB MAKE HISTORIC FIND 1
July 6, 1933 DOSEWALLOPS MR & MRS FLOYD IRELAN MR & MRS KIMBAL SIMPSON 4
July 6, 1933 MRS C L CAMBERLIN RETURNS 5
July 6, 1933 RALPH BELTS FAMILY, ROSS REED FAMILY RETURN 5
July 6, 1933 RETURNS IRA NEWLANDS 5
July 6, 1933 RETURNS MRS C H TURNER, VISIT WITH MRS M STINHILDER HER SISTER 5
July 6, 1933 RETURNS MRS FRANK VAN AALST, MRS & MRS O J REINSETH TO ALASKA 5
July 6, 1933 SUMMER HOME MR & MRS JACK LAWSON 4
July 6, 1933 VISITORS MRS WILLIAM GORSLINE AND MR ROBERT SMITH TO EDITH TYLER 5
July 6, 1933 GUN FIGHT FRED & FLORA ZANTA 1
July 6, 1933 REESE BROWN SETTLES SUIT FOR $3400 ATTORNEYS FEE 1
July 6, 1933 STATE HIGHWAY PATROL GETS NEW NAME AND NEW INSIGNIA 1
July 6, 1933 TUSKO'S BONES AND SKIN PUT UNDER LIEN 1
July 6, 1933 TWO JAILED IN BOTHELL FOR GUN FIGHT IN RANCH WAR 1
July 6, 1933 MEYERS, J KENNETH 1
July 6, 1933 SPURLING, ELSIE 1
July 6, 1933 PERFREMONT IS WINNER IN LAKE HIKE MARATHON 1
July 6, 1933 MOONLIGHT EXCURSION ALL SET FOR JULY 20TH 1
July 6, 1933 HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION CALLS FOR SUPPORT TO PAVE SNOQUALMIE 1
July 6, 1933 NATIONAL, STATE HELP ASKED FOR SEWAGE PROJECT 1
July 6, 1933 SPANISH WAR VETERANS TO REORGANIZE TONIGHT 1
July 6, 1933 SHOWER FOR MISS CHARLOTTE RECOR 5
July 6, 1933 WINIFRED PARENT, JOHN PHILLIPS 1
July 13, 1933 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 6
July 13, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (MULLIGAN, C C) 1
July 13, 1933 NEWLYWEDS ERECTING NEW HOME AT JUANITA (ORMBRECK, GONLIK) 5
July 13, 1933 PASTIME REDECORATES THEIR BANQUET ROOM 1
July 13, 1933 FUGITIVE CAPTURED ON KIRKLAND AVENUE (OLD MAN PROSPERITY) 1
July 13, 1933 NEWELL TALKS OVER THE SCHOOL BUDGET 1
July 13, 1933 PUBLIC HEARING ON HI SCHOOL BUDGET TO BE HELD FRIDAY 1
July 13, 1933 BROKER SAVED FROM HIS BURNING YACHT 1
July 13, 1933 C BARTSCH IS NEW FIRE DEPARTMENT CAPTAIN 1
July 13, 1933 JUANITA IMPROVEMENT CLUB TO PLAN FOR TENNIS COURT 10
July 13, 1933 FUGITIVE CAPTURE ON KIRKLAND AVENUE IN BROAD DAYLIGHT MERCHANTS J 1
July 13, 1933 TUSKO'S OWNER ASKS $25000 FROM SEATTLE 1
July 13, 1933 CHIEF BLACK THUNDER LOSES INDIAN COSTUMES 1
July 13, 1933 JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IS TO BE NEW ORGANIZATION 1
July 13, 1933 JUANITA IMPROVEMENT CLUB TO PLAN FOR TENNIS COURT 10
July 13, 1933 WOMAN LAKE HIKER IS FOUND IN HARBORVIEW 1
July 13, 1933 BOARD SAYS LEASE SHOULD BE TAXED 1
July 13, 1933 BROKER SAVED FROM HIS BURNING YACHT 1
July 13, 1933 BUSINESS WOMEN'S ANNUAL EXCURSION TO VIEW FLEET SET FOR AUGUST 20 1
July 13, 1933 COUNTY AWARDS PAVING AND GRADING CONTRACTS MONDAY 1
July 13, 1933 SPANISH WAR VETERANS PLAN CONVENTION CARAVAN 1
July 13, 1933 CHARLOTTE RECOR, EVERETT E EDGAR 10
July 13, 1933 MARIE JOHNSON, HALGAR DAHL 4
July 20, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (HALVERSON, CLARENCE B) 1
July 20, 1933 REESE BROWN WILL BUILD $100,000 PALATIAL HOME 1
July 20, 1933 KIRKLAND HAS OPPORTUNITY OF FEDERAL AID FOR NEW CITY HALL 1
July 20, 1933 TAVERN TIDIES GUEST ROOM FOR J C OF C'S FIRST MEET 1
July 20, 1933 SCHOOL BUDGETS RUN GAMUT OF PUBLIC HEARINGS EASILY 1
July 20, 1933 RELIC OF OLDEN DAYS IS FOUND NEAR KIRKLAND (BREWERY WAGON WHEEL) 1
July 20, 1933 BIANCHI, ANNA 5
July 20, 1933 COTTON, DAVID 1
July 20, 1933 MCCANDLESS, BETTY 1
July 20, 1933 TRUXAL, AGNES 5
July 20, 1933 WHITTEMORE, ABBIE E 5
July 20, 1933 EXCURSION ATTRACTS MANY FLEET VISITORS 1
July 20, 1933 PORTION OF GRANDSTAND READY FOR NEXT SUN. 1
July 20, 1933 SENIORS BEGIN THEIR LINKS TOURNAMENT 1
July 20, 1933 STYMIE WINS CITY GOLF HONORS FOR MRS YOUNG 1
July 20, 1933 LAKE FOREST PARK ROAD TO BE IMPROVED SOON 1
July 20, 1933 BEARDSLEE CHOSEN TO HEAD NEW SEWAGE DISPOSAL ASSOCIATION 1
July 20, 1933 NEW RESERVOIRS NEAR COMPLETION 1
July 27, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (FAUCETT, CHARLES) 1
July 27, 1933 SERVICE CLUB GIVES IMPETUS TO MOVE FOR NEW CITY HALL 1
July 27, 1933 QUALITY MARKET ADDS NEW LINE OF GROCERIES 1
July 27, 1933 JIM CARLSON TAKES BULL BY THE HORNS; RAISES WAGES 1
July 27, 1933 ARION QUARTET SINGS HERE 4
July 27, 1933 GATEWAY TREASURE NIGHT INCREASING IN POPULARITY 1
July 27, 1933 LOCAL RELIEF PROGRAM RECEIVES DRASTIC SLASHING NEXT MONTH 1
July 27, 1933 FAIR COMPETITION IS ADOPTED FOR SHIPYARDS; LOCAL YARD IS IN LINE 1
July 27, 1933 BOY AWARDED $4000 FROM POWER COMPANY 1
July 27, 1933 HOLMBERG, JOHN A 4
July 27, 1933 JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LAUNCHES CIVIC SERVICE CAREER 1
July 27, 1933 SEWAGE SPONSORS MEETING TOMORROW 1
July 27, 1933 MILDRED THAYER, OLIVER CUMMINGS 5
July 27, 1933 SIGNA SNICKERS, CHARLES BARETT 5
August 3, 1933 JOE'S PLACE - NEW LOCATION 9
August 3, 1933 FOR MAYOR AND WIFE HONORED ON GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY (NEWBERRY, REV) 1
August 3, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (NORDSTROM, O E) 5
August 3, 1933 SPECIAL BOND ELECTION ASKED FOR NEW CITY HALL AUGUST 29 1
August 3, 1933 BARTSCH TAKES ON MAYTAG LINE OF WASHING MACHINES 5
August 3, 1933 BUSINESS MEN WILL DISCUSS UNIFORM CODE COMPLIANCE 1
August 3, 1933 KARDONG TO OPEN NEW ESTABLISHMENT SATURDAY 1
August 3, 1933 LOCAL MEN BY THE HUGHES MOTOR CO 1
August 3, 1933 KIRKLAND IS FLASHED ON SCREEN IN TUGBOAT ANNIE 1
August 3, 1933 EASTSIDE SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S NATIONAL RECOVERY PROGRAM 1
August 3, 1933 KIRKLAND FIRST TOWN IN THE UNITED STATES 100% BLUE EAGLE 1
August 3, 1933 GOV'T GRANTS LOAN FOR NEW SHIP; BID OF LOCAL YARD STILL CONSIDERED 1
August 3, 1933 KIRKLAND HOOSEGOW HAS HOUSED UNLUCKY THIRTEEN 1
August 3, 1933 CONWAY, BERT 6
August 3, 1933 LINGVALL, LAWRENCE P 7
August 3, 1933 THOMAS, EVAN 7
August 3, 1933 WILLIAMS, GEORGE H 10
August 3, 1933 FORMER EASTSIDER IS MADE ARCHBISHOP (MOST REVEREND ALEXANDROF) 1
August 3, 1933 KIRKLAND IS FLASHED ON SCREEN IN TUGBOAT ANNIE 1
August 3, 1933 COMMISSIONERS REFUSE ENGINEER'S PAYMENT 1
August 3, 1933 EDNA ROSE, RALPH L ROGGE 10
August 10, 1933 KING COUNTY FARM LEASED FOR TEN YEAR PERIOD BY HOLLYWOOD FARMS 1
August 10, 1933 COUPLE CELEBRATE THEIR 63RD WED ANNIVERSARY (BOSSARD, JOHN) 1
August 10, 1933 NEWBERRYS CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING 1
August 10, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (WESTER, JOHN) 1
August 10, 1933 NEW CITY HALL BOND ELECTION DATE DELAYED UNTIL SEPTEMBER 23RD 1
August 10, 1933 NEWELL IS APPRAISER FOR HOME LOAN BOARD 1
August 10, 1933 BOTHELL MAN LEASES CONCESSION IN MARTIN'S 5
August 10, 1933 ED WOLD AGAIN TAKES OVER JUANITA GARAGE 1
August 10, 1933 G W DRAKE PURCHASES USED FURNITURE STORE 5
August 10, 1933 MERCHANTS TO MEET AGAIN ON CODE PLAN 1
August 10, 1933 UNEMPLOYED ACCOMPLISH MUCH IN DISTRICT 1
August 10, 1933 BAILEY NEW HEAD OF THE FIRE ASSOCIATION 1
August 10, 1933 UNEMPLOYED ACCOMPLISH MUCH IN DISTRICT 1
August 10, 1933 ED WOLD AGAIN TAKES OVER JUANITA GARAGE 1
August 10, 1933 SHIPYARD CONTRACT HANGS IN BALANCE 1
August 10, 1933 NEW LAW REQUIRES BOND OF $1000 FOR PEDDLERS 4
August 10, 1933 SHOTS FAIL TO HALT ENUMCLAW YOUTHS 1
August 10, 1933 KIRKLAND'S MODERN WILLIAM TELL 7
August 10, 1933 KIRKLAND'S MODERN WILLIAM TELL (MILLER, RALPH - PHOTO) 7
August 10, 1933 SERVICE CLUB TO INSTALL ROAD SIGN AT REDMOND 10
August 10, 1933 ALICE VAN AALST, PETER DE GRAAF 4
August 10, 1933 EDITH EARNHEART, ELMER RAFFLESON 3
August 10, 1933 JUNIOR CHAMBER TAKES ACTION IN AN EFFORT TO REOPEN WOOLEN MILL 1
August 17, 1933 INSTITUTE OF MUSIC PRESENTS RECITAL 4
August 17, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (WEBB, GEORGE) 1
August 17, 1933 SUGGESTIVE SKETCH OF NEW BUILDING SHOWN 1
August 17, 1933 A V SWARTHOUT JOINS THE NATIONAL OIL PRODUCTS CO 4
August 17, 1933 NEW LOCATION OPENED BY BARTSCH RADIO CO 6
August 17, 1933 ENTIRE EASTSIDE PICNIC TO BE HELD AT FORTUNA PARK SUNDAY, AUG 27 1
August 17, 1933 OLD-TIMERS REMINISCE AT PIONEER PICNIC 1
August 17, 1933 EASTSIDE HAS SHARE OF RELIEF PROGRAMS 1
August 17, 1933 OLD-TIMERS REMINISCE AT PIONEER PICNIC 1
August 17, 1933 SHIPYARD PREPARES TO START WORK ON NORTHLAND SHIP AWARD 1
August 17, 1933 YARD OFFICIALS TO BE SERVICE CLUB GUESTS 1
August 17, 1933 THOMPSEN, ELAF 5
August 17, 1933 JUNIOR C OF C AND SERVICE CLUB CO-OPTS 1
August 17, 1933 REPEAL UP FOR VOTE AT ELECTION ON AUGUST 28 1
August 17, 1933 WETS AND DRYS DEBATE ON FERRY DOCK TUESDAY 1
August 17, 1933 FORMER KIRKLANDITE WINS INTERNATIONAL TITLE (MILLER, RALPH) 1
August 17, 1933 TENT TABERNACLE CLOSES SUCCESSFUL TWO WEEKS 6
August 17, 1933 BRIDGE ASSOCIATION HAS 500 MEMBERS 1
August 17, 1933 SEWERAGE SURVEY IS BLOCKED IN DISPUTE 7
August 24, 1933 KIRKLAND WELCOMES THE IGA 7-Jun
August 24, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (WITTENMEYER, WALT) 1
August 24, 1933 PROPOSED CIVIC CENTER (SKETCH) 1
August 24, 1933 GATEWAY OFFERS FANS NEW TYPE OF CONTEST 12
August 24, 1933 MARTIN OPENS UNDER THE IGA BANNER 1
August 24, 1933 LOCAL BOY SAVED OFF LAURELHURST 1
August 24, 1933 JUNIOR CHAMBER TO HEAD EASTSIDE DRIVE FOR CONSUMER NRA 1
August 24, 1933 MRS WATSON ANNOUNCES OPENING OF KINDERGARTEN 12
August 24, 1933 SCHOOL OPENS SEPT FIFTH; NEW STAFFS ARE ANNOUNCED 1
August 24, 1933 EASTSIDE READY FOR BIG PICNIC AT FORTUNA PARK SUNDAY 1
August 24, 1933 JUNIOR CHAMBER TO HEAD EASTSIDE DRIVE FOR CONSUMER NRA 1
August 24, 1933 BODIA NAMED CONSTABLE BY KING COUNTY BOARD 5
August 24, 1933 GAS AND OIL ROBBED FROM ASSOCIATED CO 1
August 24, 1933 INJURED MAN FOUND LYING ON ROADSIDE 1
August 24, 1933 MAN WANDERS IN JUANITA WOODS 1
August 24, 1933 DALGLEISH, MARY 11
August 24, 1933 SCHANK, JOHN MELVIN 11
August 31, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (BURR, DAVID) 1
August 31, 1933 HERE ARE FIGURES ON CIVIC CENTER 1
August 31, 1933 JUNIOR CHAMBER LAUNCHES NRA CONSUMER DRIVE HERE 1
August 31, 1933 700 STUDENTS TO BE ENROLLED AT JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 7
August 31, 1933 NEED NOT BE ON LIST TO GET EMPLOYMENT 1
August 31, 1933 JUNIOR CHAMBER LAUNCHES NRA CONSUMER DRIVE HERE 1
August 31, 1933 ANDERSON, CARL 1
August 31, 1933 BAKER, J W 1
August 31, 1933 NYQUIST, LOTTIE M 1
August 31, 1933 REPEAL FORCES CARRY EASTSIDE VOTE BY A THREE TO ONE MARGIN 1
August 31, 1933 EX-CADDY MASTER SETS A NEW LOW AT SIMILK (JOHNSON, JIMMY) 1
August 31, 1933 RUTH TREMAINE, NEWELL GRAYBURN 1
September 7, 1933 R H SUSSEX JOINS LOCAL BANK PERSONNEL 1
September 7, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (MILES, ARTHUR T) 1
September 7, 1933 MANY BIG IMPROVEMENTS MADE IN THE SMOKEHOUSE 1
September 7, 1933 JUNIOR CHAMBER TO REPORT CHAMBER DRIVE NEXT WED 1
September 7, 1933 1019 STUDENTS ENROLL FOR KIRKLAND SCHOOLS 1
September 7, 1933 COUNCIL TO DISCUSS '34 BUDGET MONDAY 1
September 7, 1933 GEORGE WEBB RESIGNS COUNCIL TO BECOME NEW CITY ENGINEER 1
September 7, 1933 JUNIOR CHAMBER TO REPORT CHAMBER DRIVE NEXT WED 1
September 7, 1933 LILLIAN PETERSON, M G WESTCOTT 4
September 14, 1933 BLUEBEARD EVIDENCE GIVES WOMEN THRILL (PETERSON, MRS ROY) 1
September 14, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (FORTESCUE, ERNEST) 1
September 14, 1933 JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ENDORSES PROPOSED CIVIC CENTER 1
September 14, 1933 VOTERS TAKE LIVELY INTEREST IN URGING CIVIC CENTER PROMOTION 1
September 14, 1933 THE COFFEE MILL 4
September 14, 1933 REDMOND GIRL AND GRANDMOTHER LOSE LIVES AS HOME BURNS 1
September 14, 1933 JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ENDORSES PROPOSED CIVIC CENTER 1
September 14, 1933 COUNCIL CUTS EXPENSE AS 1934 PRELIMINARY BUDGET IS SUBMITTED 1
September 14, 1933 BLUEBEARD EVIDENCE GIVES WOMEN THRILL (PETERSON, MRS ROY) 1
September 14, 1933 DAVIS SUSPENDS RECKLESS DRIVER'S LICENSE 6 MONTH 1
September 14, 1933 MICKELSON, MARTIN 4
September 14, 1933 LORNA MARTINDALE, WALTER NORMAN 4
September 14, 1933 MARVEL KING BELMONDO, BERNARD HOLTROP 4
September 21, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (JOHSEN, SELMA) 5
September 21, 1933 LOCAL ARTIST WINS IN OPPORTUNITY CONTEST (MCPHETRIDGE, RUTH) 1
September 21, 1933 BUSINESS WOMEN HEAR TOWN HALL DISCUSSED 1
September 21, 1933 LAKE WASHINGTON MOTORS, INC 4
September 21, 1933 SCHOOLS NEED SPECIAL LEVIES TO KEEP OPEN NINE MONTHS 1
September 21, 1933 KIRKLAND VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSOCIATION EXPLAINS ... COOPERATION 10
September 21, 1933 FIRST PUBLIC WORKS JOBS STARTED ON THIS SIDE OF LAKE 1
September 21, 1933 FATE OF SHIPYARD CONTRACT HINGES ON WASHINGTON HEARING 1
September 21, 1933 THIEF RISKS LIFE FOR WORTHLESS BOOTY 10
September 21, 1933 A E WAHL TAKES OVER OFFICE OF DR RAYMOND 1
September 21, 1933 ALEXANDER, SANDY 1
September 21, 1933 SOUCHEREAU, MOSES 10
September 21, 1933 REV SHAUGHNESSY SUCCEEDS REV O'DEA 5
September 28, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (HARLOW, C W) 1
September 28, 1933 PTA TO SPONSOR SCHOOL LUNCH ROOM 1
September 28, 1933 BUILDING BONDS LOSE BY NARROW MARGIN AT SPECIAL ELECTION 1
September 28, 1933 MARTIN'S CASH GROCERY AND BAKERY 4
September 28, 1933 GRADE AND HIGH SCHOOL LEVIES ARE PASSED BY VOTERS OF THE EASTSIDE 1
September 28, 1933 CLUB WILL STAGE A DEPRESSION BALL 1
September 28, 1933 LOAN FOR NORTHLAND SHIP IS HELD UP AT WASHINGTON D C 1
September 28, 1933 ALEXANDER, FRED "SANDY" 1
September 28, 1933 COMBS, CORDIE E 5
September 28, 1933 OLSON, ANNA E 5
September 28, 1933 ROSE HILL CHURCH HAS NEW MINISTER (DUFFEY, REVEREND) 5
September 28, 1933 RUTH GERMAIN, ELDON GRACE 1
October 5, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (MCKIBBEN, DR E C) 1
October 5, 1933 ARLENE GRAND NOW AT SMITH'S BEAUTY SHOPPE 1
October 5, 1933 SMITH'S BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPPE 4
October 5, 1933 CITY DADS ADOPT NEW BUDGET; CUT TO TAX LIMIT 1
October 5, 1933 DEPRESSION BALL LOOMS BIGGER 1
October 5, 1933 EASTSIDERS RETURN FROM ANNUAL WHALING VENTURE IN NORTHLAND 1
October 5, 1933 NORTHUP ROAD JOB TO START SOON 1
October 5, 1933 WORK RESUMED ON LOCAL BY-WAYS PROJECT TODAY 1
October 12, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (PENNEY, OSCAR S) 1
October 12, 1933 MOVIE PROSPECT HAS MISHAP (ULMAR, BILL) 3
October 12, 1933 BADER'S MEAT MARKET 6
October 12, 1933 KIRKLAND MERCHANTS OFFER REAL BARGAINS THROUGH COLUMNS OF JOURNAL 1
October 12, 1933 ROSE HILL STARTS DRIVE FOR FIREMEN'S FUND 1
October 12, 1933 CELEBRITIES AT DEPRESSION DANCE 1
October 12, 1933 EIGHTY PERCENT OF INDUSTRY NOW UNDER NRA CODES SAYS BLALOCK 1
October 12, 1933 SHIPYARD EXPECTS CONTRACT REPORT BY FIRST OF WEEK 1
October 12, 1933 MIDLAKES MERCHANT ROBBED OF $150 IN MERCHANDISE 6
October 12, 1933 BERG, JOE 1
October 12, 1933 FARMER, W O 7
October 12, 1933 SOLIN, ANDREW 7
October 12, 1933 KIRKLAND MERCHANTS OFFER REAL BARGAINS THROUGH COLUMNS OF JOURNAL 1
October 12, 1933 VOLLEY BALL LEAGUE WILL OPEN OCT 23 1
October 12, 1933 ROSE HILL STARTS DRIVE FOR FIREMEN'S FUND 1
October 12, 1933 KIRKLAND STREETS NOW MARKED WITH YELLOW 1
October 19, 1933 NORTHWEST HOLLY DISTRIBUTORS TO MAKE HEADQUARTERS ON EASTSIDE 1
October 19, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (WESTON, LILA) 1
October 19, 1933 DEER RESCUED FROM LAKE DIES ON FERRY 4
October 19, 1933 DIG OUT THOSE OLD CLOTHES AND COME TO DEPRESSION BALL 1
October 19, 1933 LARGE FERRY ARRIVES AT LAKE WASHINGTON YARDS (PARALTO) 1
October 19, 1933 ALLEN FOUND IN SEATTLE HOTEL WITH THROAT CUT 1
October 19, 1933 MAY DEVELOP SAND POINT BASE SOON 1
October 19, 1933 FISH, ARNOLD 1
October 19, 1933 LIGHTHEART, GRANT 5
October 19, 1933 LAKE WASHINGTON DRIVE MOST POPULAR IN COUNTY 4
October 19, 1933 NORTH DISTRICT VOTES DOWN GARBAGE PLAN 4
October 26, 1933 GARY COOPER'S FATHER IS A VISITOR ON THE EASTSIDE 1
October 26, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (GOVE, W E "ED") 1
October 26, 1933 PTA TO HOLD TAG DAY FOR LUNCH ROOM 1
October 26, 1933 COFFEE MILL FEATURES VAN DE KAMP PRODUCTS 1
October 26, 1933 WEIRD COSTUMES TO BE WORN BY CROWD AT DEPRESSION BALL FRIDAY 1
October 26, 1933 HALLOWEEN PRANKSTERS PREPARE FOR TUESDAY 1
October 26, 1933 DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE APPROVES LOAN FOR NORTHLAND SHIP 1
October 26, 1933 FERRY HULK AWAITS OWNER'S ORDER 1
October 26, 1933 RARE KEEPSAKES STOLEN FROM CABIN AT JUANITA 1
October 26, 1933 DORIAN, JANE L 4
October 26, 1933 GODSEY, MELISSA 4
October 26, 1933 HEPFER, GLEN W 5
October 26, 1933 KNOWLES, CHARLES H 4
October 26, 1933 NAZARENES CELEBRATE JUBILEE ANNIVERSARY 4
November 2, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (BAILEY, BILL) 1
November 2, 1933 COFFEE MILL HOLDS BIG FORMAL OPENING SAT 5
November 2, 1933 BOYS SAVED FROM LAKE; SQUALL SWAMPS BOATS 1
November 2, 1933 6000 POUNDS PORK SENT TO EASTSIDE UNEMPLOYED 1
November 2, 1933 JOURNAL COOKING SCHOOL TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 14TH AND 15TH 1
November 2, 1933 DOCTORS TO INSPECT GODINA SIAMESE TWINS MONDAY (AT GATEWAY E) 4
November 2, 1933 BLASTS OF FIRE SIREN SENDS FIGHTERS ON 'FALSE ALARM' 8
November 2, 1933 CROWD PACKS HALL AT DEPRESSION BALL 1
November 2, 1933 LITTLE DAMAGE DONE ON HALLOWE'EN HERE 1
November 2, 1933 SHIPYARD AWAITS COMPLETION OF LOAN PLANS BEFORE MAKING MOVE 1
November 2, 1933 DOCTORS TO INSPECT GODINA SIAMESE TWINS MONDAY (AT GATEWAY THEATRE) 4
November 2, 1933 DANIELS, CELESTIA LUGENIA 4
November 2, 1933 GODSEY, MELISSA 5
November 2, 1933 CHURCH CHOOSES REV NEWBERRY FOR PULPIT 1
November 2, 1933 SAMMAMISH ROAD FIRST ON COUNTY'S LIST OF BIG PROJECTS 1
November 9, 1933 REX DRUG STORE - 15 DOLLS GIVEN AWAY! 1
November 9, 1933 MANY VIEW WORKS OF LOCAL ARTIST AT STUDIO (ROBERTSON, MYRTLE) 8
November 9, 1933 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 5
November 9, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (BLAU, ED) 1
November 9, 1933 A M CLAWSON IMPROVES HIS ROSE HILL GROCERY STORE 5
November 9, 1933 BUYS ORDANO AND MARTIN MARKET; WILL REMODEL 12
November 9, 1933 FREE COOKING SCHOOL NEXT WEEK 1
November 9, 1933 TEACHERS WHO USE THEIR HEADS NEEDED 1
November 9, 1933 CHICKEN THIEVES AGAIN AT WORK ON EASTSIDE OF LAKE 1
November 9, 1933 BEBA, LOUIS 8
November 9, 1933 FORBES, ALTA D 5
November 9, 1933 SCOUTS PLAN BIGGER AND BETTER CIRCUS FOR NOVEMBER 25TH 1
November 9, 1933 KIRKLAND NOW HAS THREE PRECINCTS FOR VOTERS CONVENIENCE 1
November 9, 1933 HEAVY RAINS CAUSE OF SEVER DAMAGE 1
November 16, 1933 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 4
November 16, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (FAUCETT, SADIE) 1
November 16, 1933 HOUGHTON STORE ON LAKE FRONT BEING REMODELED 5
November 16, 1933 HIGH SCHOOL GROUNDS WILL BE COMPLETED 1
November 16, 1933 KIRKLAND MAY GET A NEW GRADE SCHOOL 1
November 16, 1933 GEORGE BARTSCH NEW PASTIME PROPRIETOR 1
November 16, 1933 HOUGHTON STORE ON LAKE FRONT BEING REMODELED 5
November 16, 1933 FIVE HUNDRED IN ATTENDANCE AT JOURNAL COOKING SCHOOL 1
November 16, 1933 STRIKES END AS CASH PROJECTS SHOW UP 1
November 16, 1933 HOBSON, JOSEPH FRANKLIN 8
November 16, 1933 MARENSEN, JOSEPHINE 8
November 16, 1933 KIRKLAND TEAM BREAKS BOTHELL'S WINNING STREAK 1
November 16, 1933 NAZARENES CELEBRATE THEIR SILVER JUBILEE NEXT SUNDAY 8
November 16, 1933 NEW COMMUNITY CHURCH CHOIR TOTALS 15 MEMBERS 8
November 16, 1933 ALMA L LARSON, VINCENT E WARD 5
November 23, 1933 FIFTY YEARS WED, AND SCARCELY A DAY APART (ELY, FRANK AND MARY) 1
November 23, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (MCEVOY, JAMES P) 1
November 23, 1933 PLANS BEING DRAWN FOR PROPOSED NEW GRADE SCHOOL BLDG 1
November 23, 1933 PTA TO DISCUSS NEW GRADE SCHOOL 1
November 23, 1933 TAG DAY PROCEEDS TO AID LUNCH ROOM 1
November 23, 1933 CIVIC WORKS PROGRAM MEANS BIG PAYROLL FOR THE EAST SIDE DISTRICT 1
November 23, 1933 CIVIC WORKS PROGRAM MEANS BIG PAYROLL FOR THE EAST SIDE DISTRICT 1
November 23, 1933 KIRKLAND FARMER TO APPEAL $250 FINE (ILLEGAL GAME FISH) 5
November 23, 1933 APPOLONIO, JOE 1
November 23, 1933 GALLAGHER, BESSIE 5
November 23, 1933 VAN DEN TOP, DEWEY 8
November 23, 1933 SCOUTS ALL SET FOR BIG ANNUAL CIRCUS NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT 1
November 23, 1933 KIRKLAND PLAYS BOTHELL AT CIVIC STADIUM 1
November 30, 1933 CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDED ANNIVERSARY (ELY, MR AND MRS FRANK) 4
November 30, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (CLAWSON, A M) 1
November 30, 1933 'TAG DAY' RETURNS WILL KEEP LUNCHROOM GOING 1
November 30, 1933 400 MEN AT WORK ON LOCAL CIVIC PROJECTS 1
November 30, 1933 JURY FREES BROBST FROM MANSLAUGHTER CHARGES 5
November 30, 1933 LOCAL PRISONER IS FIRST TO MAKE SUCCESSFUL BREAK FROM CITY JAIL 1
November 30, 1933 LYONS, CHARLES H 5
November 30, 1933 NIELSEN, MARY 8
November 30, 1933 OVER FIVE HUNDRED SEE SCOUT CIRCUS SATURDAY 1
November 30, 1933 "GET ELMER" IS CRY OF LOCAL LEGION IN THEIR MEMBERSHIP DRIVE 1
November 30, 1933 BILGER ASKS ADVICE ON LIQUOR CONTROL 1
November 30, 1933 400 MEN AT WORK ON LOCAL CIVIC PROJECTS 1
December 7, 1933 COUPLE QUIETLY CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING (MELTON, WILFRED) 8
December 7, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (VANDEVANTER, AARON L) 1
December 7, 1933 TALENTED PIANIST WINS ANOTHER FIRST PLACE (STOCKFLETH, MARY JANE) 1
December 7, 1933 RICHFIELD LEASES THE MASONIC BUILDING 1
December 7, 1933 MOVE WELFARE OFFICES TO STORE IN WEBB BUILDING 5
December 7, 1933 ROBOT HEN LAYS FIFTEEN EGGS A MINUTE IN DISPLAY 5
December 7, 1933 APPROPRIATE $75000 FOR LAKE WASHINGTON SURVEY 1
December 7, 1933 GROGAN, HAZEL SMITH 3
December 7, 1933 STALHAMER, CHARLES 8
December 7, 1933 GATES, PEACH IN CAPITOL DISCUSS LIQUOR CONTROL 1
December 7, 1933 LOCAL ORDINANCES NO BAR TO LEGAL LIQUOR SALES ON THE EASTSIDE 1
December 7, 1933 NAZARENES NOW HOLDING REVIVAL SERVICES DAILY 8
December 7, 1933 HIGHWAY DIRECTOR CALLS FOR LAKE FOREST PARK HIGHWAY BIDS 1
December 7, 1933 ATHA E WOLFE, KERMIT E STUDEBAKER 1
December 7, 1933 EMUGENE WHITMAN, JAMES CALKINS 7
December 14, 1933 KORTGAARDS CELEBRATE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 1
December 14, 1933 SPECIAL ELECTION CALLED BY BOARD TO VOTE ON PROPOSED GRADE SCHOOL 1
December 14, 1933 CASH'N PAKIT CHANGES NAME AND LOCATION (HUDSON'S) 6
December 14, 1933 KIRKLAND BOY SAVES MOTHER FROM DEATH AS BROTHER DROWNS (DIMMOCK) 1
December 14, 1933 SANTA TO LEAD ANNUAL KIDS' PARADE SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1
December 14, 1933 A COMPLETE STATEMENT (NEW GRADE SCHOOL) 2
December 14, 1933 FIRE TRUCK ANSWERS CALL TO J L VON GOHREN HOME 1
December 14, 1933 CHRISTMAS CAROLING IN KIRKLAND THURSDAY 6
December 14, 1933 SANTA TO LEAD ANNUAL KIDS' PARADE SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1
December 14, 1933 ST NICK TO HAVE BUSY CHRISTMAS SCHEDULE 1
December 14, 1933 JONES, JOSEPH M 6
December 14, 1933 KENNEDY, J A 7
December 14, 1933 MINNIE, LAMBERT F 6
December 14, 1933 NEILSON, MARY 6
December 14, 1933 VENEMA, GEORGE 1
December 14, 1933 CITY OFFERS DISPOSAL SERVICES FOR SATURDAY 1
December 14, 1933 CITY WATER HEAD TO SURVEY EASTSIDE FIELD 1
December 14, 1933 LEDA WILBUR, MEL SOHNS 1
December 21, 1933 LEADING LIGHTS (KEAN, HARRY B) 1
December 21, 1933 VOTERS APPROVE SCHOOL PROJECT WITH ELEVEN TO ONE MAJORITY 1
December 21, 1933 KID PARADERS RECEIVE TICKETS FOR FREE GIFTS FROM ST NICK 10
December 21, 1933 SATURDAY WILL BE BIG DAY FOR LOCAL KIDS; MERCHANTS PLAY SANTA 1
December 21, 1933 START SURVEY FOR PURIFICATION OF LAKE WASH. NEXT WEEK 1
December 21, 1933 CWA WORKERS ASKED TO SPEND VERY CAREFULLY 1
December 21, 1933 CASH PRIZES FOR BEST DECORATED XMAS TREE 1
December 21, 1933 EASTSIDERS CAROL TONIGHT ON FERRY DOCK CORNER 1
December 21, 1933 ELECTRICITY PLAYS ROLE IN YULETIDE FESTIVITIES 9
December 21, 1933 KID PARADERS RECEIVE TICKETS FOR FREE GIFTS FROM ST NICK 10
December 21, 1933 SATURDAY WILL BE BIG DAY FOR LOCAL KIDS; MERCHANTS PLAY SANTA 1
December 21, 1933 START SURVEY FOR PURIFICATION OF LAKE WASH. NEXT WEEK 1
December 21, 1933 SHIPYARD LOW BIDDERS ON GOVERNMENT BOAT 1
December 21, 1933 J C BLEITZ RECOVERS VIOLIN STOLEN FROM CAR 10
December 21, 1933 PING PONG CRAZE TAKES TAVERN; REPLACES CHESS 9
December 21, 1933 ROLPH SAYS WATER DISTRICT IS ESSENTIAL 1
December 21, 1933 FLOODS BLOCK ROADS THRUOUT THE EASTSIDE 1
December 28, 1933 HINDMANS CELEBRATE SILVER ANNIVERSARY ON CHRISTMAS 1
December 28, 1933 ANNOUNCE WINNERS IN REXALL DOLL CONTEST 10
December 28, 1933 KIRKLAND MERCHANTS EXPRESS OPTIMISTIC VIEW OF NEW YEAR 1
December 28, 1933 KIDDIES RECEIVE TOYS FROM SANTA SATURDAY 1
December 28, 1933 PROGRESS OF CWA TAKES MANY MEN OFF EASTSIDE RELIEF ROLES 1
December 28, 1933 PROGRESS OF CWA TAKES MANY MEN OFF EASTSIDE RELIEF ROLES 1
December 28, 1933 WELFARE BOARD PLAYS SANTA ROLE TO NEEDY 1
December 28, 1933 HEADLINE HIGHLIGHTS OF 1933 1
December 28, 1933 CHRISTMAS SERVICES FEATURE HOLY SONGS 1
December 28, 1933 EASTSIDERS WIN AWARDS WITH DECORATED TREES 1
December 28, 1933 KIDDIES RECEIVE TOYS FROM SANTA SATURDAY 1
December 28, 1933 COAST GUARD CUTTER AT LOCAL YARD FOR REPAIRS 1
December 28, 1933 RECKLESS DRIVER LOSES LICENSE FOR ONE YEAR 1
December 28, 1933 GOINGES, ELAINE 1
December 28, 1933 CHRISTMAS SERVICES FEATURE HOLY SONGS 1
December 28, 1933 MARIAN ELWYNA GENT, WILLIAM SUTHERLAND JR 1
January 4, 1934 SCHOOL BOARD TO OK GRADE SCHOOL PLANS; MEET TOMORROW NITE 1
January 4, 1934 SCHOOL TEACHERS GET POSITIONS UNDER NEW CWA PROGRAM 1
January 4, 1934 SCHOOL TEACHERS GET POSITIONS UNDER NEW CWA PROGRAM 1
January 4, 1934 BATTLING '34 KO'S OLD MAN '33 1
January 4, 1934 HOLIDAY TERMINATED OFFICIALLY IN KIRKLAND 5
January 4, 1934 LOCAL YARD RECEIVES TOW MORE GOVERNMENT SHIPS 1
January 4, 1934 EASTSIDE LOSES POLICE PROTECTION; BUDGET CUTS HIT PROWLER PATROL 1
January 4, 1934 KIRKLAND HOLDS COURT; JURY DOES NITE DUTY 1
January 4, 1934 CARLQUIST, MRS FRANK E 5
January 4, 1934 PHELAN, EDWARD F 1
January 4, 1934 PRATT, KATHERINE 1
January 4, 1934 SPENCER, GEORGE 1
January 4, 1934 ALICE BERNICE ELKEN, OSCAR GISLE 1
January 11, 1934 LEASEES ASK TO SELL COUNTY FARM STOCK 1
January 11, 1934 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 2
January 11, 1934 LEGION POST BUYS OLD BUILDING FOR ITS HOME; WILL START REMODELING 1
January 11, 1934 YOUNGER ESTABLISHES HEADQUARTERS HERE 1
January 11, 1934 PLANE FORCED DOWN ON KLENERT RANCH; PILOT IS UNINJURED 1
January 11, 1934 BOY ARTIST AND PAL JAILED ON GIFT LOOTING CHARGES 1
January 11, 1934 BROWN, GEORGE 3
January 11, 1934 SPENCER, GEORGE H 1
January 11, 1934 LEGION POST BUYS OLD BUILDING FOR ITS HOME; WILL START REMODELING 1
January 11, 1934 POLITICAL POT BEGINS TO WARM AS FILINGS OPEN 1
January 11, 1934 COURSE SET FOR YACHT RACE ON LAKE SUNDAY 1
January 11, 1934 COURSE SET FOR YACHT RACE ON LAKE SUNDAY 1
January 11, 1934 FLORENCE HENNIG, JOHN SULLIVAN 1
January 18, 1934 PLAN 7000-ACRE MODEL COLONY FOR THE EASTSIDE 1
January 18, 1934 DONALD SUTHERLAND ADDED TO LOCAL FORD AGENCY STAFF 1
January 18, 1934 POSSIBILITY OF STATE LIQUOR STORE HERE 1
January 18, 1934 POULTRIQUIP COMPANY OPENS STORE ON CENTRAL 1
January 18, 1934 1600 CHICKENS DESTROYED IN BIG POULTRY HOUSE FIRE 1
January 18, 1934 RURAL AREAS PERMITTED TO FORM FIRE DISTRICTS 1
January 18, 1934 HERB BROOKS APPOINTED CITY BUILDING INSPECTOR 1
January 18, 1934 CWA PROGRAM HERE CUT AS DIRECTIONS FOR CURTAILMENT ARRIVE 1
January 18, 1934 SHIPYARD WEEKLY PAYROLL $3000; AWARDED CONTRACT ON GOV'T SHIP 1
January 18, 1934 $1500 REWARD AWARDED TO 'RACKET' INVESTIGATOR 1
January 18, 1934 JUDGE SETTLES DISPUTE OVER WOMAN'S BODY 1
January 18, 1934 EGBERT, CLEM R 1
January 18, 1934 WAHLSTROM, PHOEBE 5
January 18, 1934 FEDERATED CLUBS TO SPONSOR PROGRAM FOR EASTSIDE WATER MAIN 1
January 18, 1934 NATURE GOES ASKEW - BLUEBIRD SUPPLANTS BLUE EAGLE 1
January 25, 1934 EASTSIDE WOMAN BEST DRESSED (EDDY, MRS JAMES GARFIELD) 1
January 25, 1934 HUME ADDS NEW EQUIPMENT TO HIS SHOE REPAIR SHOP 1
January 25, 1934 SMITH FORSAKES BARBERING FOR AUTO TAXI BUSINESS 5
January 25, 1934 WOMEN NOW ON FEDERAL PAYROLLS OPERATING CWS SEWING ROOMS 1
January 25, 1934 $6000 FIRE DESTROYS HUNT'S POINT HOUSE 1
January 25, 1934 MOTHER RESCUES BABY FROM HOME AS FIRE DESTROYS DWELLING 1
January 25, 1934 EASTSIDE CWA ROLLS SLASHED AS FEDERAL FUNDS RUN LOW 1
January 25, 1934 WOMEN NOW ON FEDERAL PAYROLLS OPERATING CWS SEWING ROOMS 1
January 25, 1934 TB TEST TO BE HELD FOR HI SCHOOL STUDENTS 1
January 25, 1934 REDMOND FARMER SUES DAUGHTERS FOR FUNERAL (RALSTON, NORMAN L) 1
January 25, 1934 WOOLEN MILLS SUIT OF U S GOVERNMENT PENDING AT YAKIMA 1
January 25, 1934 CHAPIN, GEORGE ALBERT 1
January 25, 1934 GRAHAM, BERTA 4
January 25, 1934 WOMAN'S CLUB PARTY CELEBRATE 14TH YEAR 1
January 25, 1934 PAVING BIDS TO BE OPENED BY COMMISSIONERS FEB 19 1
January 25, 1934 LUCILE MAE LITTELL, WILLIAM BAKER 5
January 25, 1934 WOOLEN MILLS SUIT OF U S GOVERNMENT PENDING AT YAKIMA 1
February 1, 1934 KIRKLAND BANK ADOPTS NEW CHECKING CHARGE 1
February 1, 1934 LOCAL MEN LOCATE BODY OF YOUNG SON OF SCHOOL DIRECTOR 1
February 1, 1934 AUDIT SHOWS GRADE SCHOOL IN GOOD SHAPE 1
February 1, 1934 RUTH MARR, SUMNER STEWART 5
February 1, 1934 AUDITORS CLAIM DISCREPANCIES IN COUNTY TREASURER'S ACCOUNTS 1
February 1, 1934 REESE BROWN DEATH REVIVES QUESTION OF MISSING WIDOW 1
February 1, 1934 BROWN, REESE 1
February 1, 1934 FERGUSON, MRS C M 3
February 1, 1934 KLOPFER, HOWARD DEAN 1
February 1, 1934 MORGAN, EDITH J 5
February 1, 1934 REPLOGLE, WILLIAM T 5
February 1, 1934 ROGERS, ANNE 5
February 1, 1934 EASTSIDE WAR VETERANS ORGANIZE IN BELLEVUE 1
February 1, 1934 GROUND HOG LOOKS FOR SHADOW - SUN MEANS MORE MILD WEATHER 1
February 8, 1934 SCHOOL PROJECT IS NOW READY FOR WASHINGTON 1
February 8, 1934 COUNTY FLOOD DAMAGE MAY EXCEED $750,000 1
February 8, 1934 TORCH IGNITES CURTAINS IN DENTAL LABORATORIES 1
February 8, 1934 LOCAL CWA WORKERS AGAIN ON PARITY WITH CITY CWA WORKERS 1
February 8, 1934 ALL CLUES FAIL IN THE SEARCH FOR MISSING COUNTY TREASURER 1
February 8, 1934 VEATCHUS, K A 5
February 8, 1934 WILLIAMS, ALLEN E 4
February 8, 1934 FOUR CITY OFFICIALS FILE FOR REELECTION; GATES ON LIST FOR MAYOR 1
February 8, 1934 FERRY OPERATOR SAYS BUSINESS ON INCREASE 1
February 8, 1934 BELLEVUE BUS CO PLANS DIRECT SEATTLE SERVICE 1
February 8, 1934 ALASKA TOWNS FREEZE WHILE EASTSIDE ENJOYS SUNSHINE 4
February 8, 1934 DOROTHY SMITH, FREDERIC EWING 3
February 8, 1934 HELEN HALVERSON, GEORGE SCHOEN 5
February 15, 1934 SEATTLE SYMPHONY TO GIVE BENEFIT CONCERT 1
February 15, 1934 REESE BROWN'S ESTATE MAY EXCEED $200,760 1
February 15, 1934 SCHOOL GETS STATE GRANT OF TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND 1
February 15, 1934 MODERN ELECTRIC KITCHEN TO BE ON DISPLAY TUESDAY 1
February 15, 1934 MRS R C BARRIE TO OPEN LUNCHROOM FOR STUDENTS 1
February 15, 1934 NEW SERVICE STATION OPENED BY RICHFIELD 1
February 15, 1934 W J CARR RESIGNS SCHOOL BOARDS 1
February 15, 1934 CWA PROGRAM UNDERGOES ANOTHER SHIFT 1
February 15, 1934 DUNN, RICHARD J 5
February 15, 1934 FRANSEN, PETER 10
February 15, 1934 ZETCHUS, JOSEPH A 5
February 15, 1934 NO CONTEST MADE FOR CITY OFFICES AS FILINGS CLOSE 1
February 15, 1934 KIRKLAND AGAIN CHOSEN FOR CHAMP HOOP TOURNEY 1
February 15, 1934 GERTRUDE WARREN, KENNETH GARDNER 10
February 15, 1934 VIOLET PETERSON, GEORGE NELSON 4
February 22, 1934 LINEMAN PROVES HERO; RESCUES 4 FROM FLOOD (DARLING, RAY) 4
February 22, 1934 SMITH MOVES BARBER SHOP 1
February 22, 1934 GRADE SCHOOL PLEA FOR FEDERAL AID IS FILED JUST IN TIME 1
February 22, 1934 MILLINERY STOCK ADDED AT ROSE BEAUTY SHOPPE 1
February 22, 1934 SMITH MOVES BARBER SHOP 1
February 22, 1934 GOVERNMENT SPENDS HUGE SUMS FOR RELIEF OF NEEDY OF EASTSIDE 1
February 22, 1934 PROJECTS CLOSED AS GOVT ORDERS CWA CURTAILMENT HERE 1
February 22, 1934 FIREMEN HONOR IRISH WITH DANCE MARCH 17 1
February 22, 1934 ALCOHOL AND GASOLINE DON'T MIX, SAYS DAVIS 1
February 22, 1934 RECKLESS DRIVERS GIVEN SEVERE JAIL SENTENCES 10
February 22, 1934 KELLER, MORRIS JOSEPH 3
February 22, 1934 EIGHT LEADING BASKETBALL TEAMS OPEN TOURNAMENT MONDAY 1
February 22, 1934 WATER SHUTOFF NOTICE 1
February 22, 1934 SPRING CHASES OLD MAN WINTER 1
February 22, 1934 RUTH MARR, SUMNER STEWART 3
March 1, 1934 G R KING TO START DAIRY FARM ON HAVERKAMP PLACE 1
March 1, 1934 JUNIOR HIGH GLEE CLUB TO PRESENT OPERETTA 1
March 1, 1934 SMITH'S BEAUTY SHOPPE UNDERGOES REMODELING 1
March 1, 1934 SCHOOL LOSES, REGAINS $25000 ALLOTMENT INSIDE OF TWO HOURS 1
March 1, 1934 SMITH'S BEAUTY SHOPPE UNDERGOES REMODELING 1
March 1, 1934 JUNIOR HIGH GLEE CLUB TO PRESENT OPERETTA 1
March 1, 1934 SCHOOL CONTEST WARM IN JUANITA DISTRICT 1
March 1, 1934 BURNED BABY BACK FROM HOSPITAL; DOING NICELY 1
March 1, 1934 KIRKLAND DROPS PLACE AT TOP OF COUNTY'S TAXATION MILLAGE LIST 1
March 1, 1934 CWA MAKES RAPID SHIFT IN RETURNING TO RELIEF PROGRAM 1
March 1, 1934 JUANITA GOLF COURSE OPENS NEXT SUNDAY 1
March 1, 1934 SCHOOL CONTEST WARM IN JUANITA DISTRICT 1
March 1, 1934 COURT UPHOLDS OLD AGE PENSIONS 1
March 1, 1934 DETECTIVES SEARCH FOR WOMAN ON EASTSIDE 5
March 1, 1934 GARDENER ACQUITTED OF DESTROYING $500 SHRUBS 1
March 1, 1934 KISER, FRANK 3
March 1, 1934 KIRKLAND V. OF F.W.'S ASKED TO JOIN POST 8
March 1, 1934 JUANITA GOLF COURSE OPENS NEXT SUNDAY 1
March 1, 1934 KIRKLAND ON WAY TO CHAMPIONSHIP 1
March 1, 1934 MILDEST WEATHER SINCE 1890 1
March 8, 1934 GRIFFITHS' DAIRY NOW SELLS VITAMIN 'D' MILK 1
March 8, 1934 FIRE SWEEPS THROUGH BOTHELL HIGH SCHOOL 1
March 8, 1934 BARTSCH RADIO COMPANY EMPLOYS SERVICE MAN 1
March 8, 1934 BROWN'S TOGGERY STAFF ENLARGED TO MEET EXPECTED BUSINESS RUSH 4
March 8, 1934 BOWIE AND RAINE WIN HOT JUANITA ELECTION 1
March 8, 1934 EMPLOYMENT BUREAU TO BE OPENED BY ELECTRIC SHOP 1
March 8, 1934 SEWING ROOM NOW HAS FIFTY WOMEN ON WEEKLY PAYROLL 1
March 8, 1934 FIRE SWEEPS THROUGH BOTHELL HIGH SCHOOL 1
March 8, 1934 SEWING ROOM NOW HAS FIFTY WOMEN ON WEEKLY PAYROLL 1
March 8, 1934 BOWIE AND RAINE WIN HOT JUANITA ELECTION 1
March 8, 1934 RECKLESS DRIVER GETS TWENTY DAYS IN JAIL 1
March 8, 1934 TILLIE'S SHACK RAIDED BY OFFICERS MONDAY EVENING 1
March 8, 1934 ADAMS, CLARENCE W 8
March 8, 1934 HOUVININ, ALEX 4
March 8, 1934 LINDSTROM, MRS ED 3
March 8, 1934 OTTEM, MRS LARS H 3
March 8, 1934 CAMPFIRE GIRLS CELEBRATE 22ND BIRTHDAY SATURDAY 1
March 8, 1934 VOTERS TO APPROVE CITY-PORT OFFICIALS AT TUESDAY ELECTION 1
March 8, 1934 CHAMPION SHATTERS WORLD MARK (MILLER, RALPH) 1
March 8, 1934 HOOP TOURNEY TO BE HELD HERE - BOTHELL GYM BADLY DAMAGED 1
March 8, 1934 KIRKLAND IN DECISIVE WIN FROM BOTHELL HI FOR KING COUNTY TITLE 1
March 8, 1934 CONTRACT AWARDED FOR PAVING ISSAQUAH ROAD 1
March 15, 1934 HOLLYWOOD FARM COW RATED HIGH PRODUCER 4
March 15, 1934 SCHOOL APPLICATION NOW IN WASHINGTON 1
March 15, 1934 KIRKLAND'S MERCHANTS START SHOPPING NEWS 1
March 15, 1934 ARIZONA WRANGLERS, RADIO ARTISTS, COMING TO GATEWAY THEATRE SOON 5
March 15, 1934 MIDLAKERS MAINTAIN BIRD HAVEN - ALL WARBLE CHEERY GREETINGS 1
March 15, 1934 HOMEOWNERS REQUESTED TO HAVE NO FIRES ON SATURDAY (FIREMEN'S BALL 1
March 15, 1934 CWA TO OPERATE ON NEW BASIS ON APRIL 1 1
March 15, 1934 RECONSTRUCTION OF TWO LAKE DOCKS COMPLETED 1
March 15, 1934 ROBBERS GET THIRTY TYPEWRITERS IN HI SCHOOL RAIDS SUNDAY 1
March 15, 1934 SHIELDS DISMISSED IN MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL 1
March 15, 1934 TILLIE'S SHACK ORDERED VACATED BY MARCH 25 1
March 15, 1934 BRADLEY, MILDRED 3
March 15, 1934 LEGION CELEBRATES 15TH BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY 1
March 15, 1934 EARLEY'S STRENGTH IN PORT ELECTION PROVES SURPRISE TO 'DOPE' 1
March 15, 1934 KIRKLAND'S MERCHANTS START SHOPPING NEWS 1
March 15, 1934 RECONSTRUCTION OF TWO LAKE DOCKS COMPLETED 1
March 15, 1934 ERMA M JONES, HENRY HENDRICKSON 3
March 22, 1934 NRA CODE FOR POULTRY VIOLATED BY EASTSIDE BARRED ROCK HENS 1
March 22, 1934 JOE MARTIN INSTALLS NEW BANQUET ROOM 1
March 22, 1934 WOMEN'S APPAREL SHOP OPENS HERE NEXT WEEK 1
March 22, 1934 TWO DAYS VACATION FOR KIDS IN SPRING 1
March 22, 1934 KNX - HOLLYWOOD RADIO STARS APPEARING IN PERSON AT GATEWAY 4
March 22, 1934 LAKE SANITATION PROGRAM GAINS MOMENTUM THRU CWA HELP 1
March 22, 1934 STATE INSPECTOR COMPLIMENTS CITY ON ITS FINANCIAL STATUS 1
March 22, 1934 NOT ALL IRISH ATTEND ST PATRICK'S DANCE 1
March 22, 1934 SHIPYARD IS LOW BIDDER ON ANOTHER GOVERNMENT BOAT 1
March 22, 1934 BOY LANDS IN JAIL AFTER BORROWING AUTOMOBILE 1
March 22, 1934 NRA CODE FOR POULTRY VIOLATED BY EASTSIDE BARRED ROCK HENS 1
March 22, 1934 PENALTIES SEVERE FOR EASTSIDE DOG POISONERS 1
March 22, 1934 TYPEWRITERS STOLEN FROM HIGH SCHOOL RECOVERED IN SEATTLE 1
March 22, 1934 NELSON, ANNIE U 5
March 22, 1934 VESLEY, OLE 5
March 22, 1934 LEGION UNIT TO START FLAG ETIQUETTE TEST 1
March 22, 1934 REPAIRS TO FIELD WILL BAR BASEBALL GAMES HERE THIS SUMMER 1
March 22, 1934 ARLINE WILSON, ERNEST SOUTHERN 3
March 22, 1934 HELEN HINDMAN, LEONARD MORRIS HANSEN 4
March 22, 1934 WOOLEN MILL IN HANDS OF THE ADMINISTRATORS 1
March 29, 1934 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 4
March 29, 1934 JUANITA PAVILION BEING COMPLETELY REMODELED 1
March 29, 1934 EASTSIDERS MAY NOW SEND FLOWERS BY WIRE 1
March 29, 1934 TAVERN CAFE INSTALLS NEW ICE CREAM AND SODA FOUNTAIN 1
March 29, 1934 WOMEN'S APPAREL SHOP OPENS HERE SATURDAY (DARIS) 1
March 29, 1934 PARENTS HEAR OF PROBLEM CHILDREN AT CENTRAL SCHOOL PTA MEETING 1
March 29, 1934 CHAMNESS WILL BE MEMBER OF UNION HIGH SCHOOL BOARD 1
March 29, 1934 PARENTS HEAR OF PROBLEM CHILDREN AT CENTRAL SCHOOL PTA MEETING 1
March 29, 1934 CWA WORKERS LAY DOWN TOOLS AS NEW PROGRAM MOVES IN 1
March 29, 1934 JUANITA PAVILION BEING COMPLETELY REMODELED 1
March 29, 1934 DEPUTIES NAB KING OF COUNTY CHICKEN THIEVES ON HIS FARM 1
March 29, 1934 ROBBERS LOOT MARKET; ADDING MACHINE STOLEN 1
March 29, 1934 MELANDER, MARTIN Z 1
March 29, 1934 ANNE JENSEN, RALEIGH WEISS 5
March 29, 1934 FATE OF WOOLEN MILL HANGS IN BALANCE AS BIDS ARE RECEIVED 1
April 5, 1934 VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS - INSTITUTION CEREMONY AND DANCE 8
April 5, 1934 WE'RE OFF TO THE GRAND OPENING AT JUANITA PAVILION 9
April 5, 1934 MILK DEALERS 'CODE' THREATENS EASTSIDE WITH LOSS OF DAIRIES 1
April 5, 1934 GRADE SCHOOL OPERETTA PRESENTED TOMORROW NIGHT 1
April 5, 1934 JUANITA GIRL AWARDED FIRST PLACE IN CONTEST (HOUGH, EVA LOIS) 1
April 5, 1934 KIRKLAND VET BEARS OUTSTANDING RECORD (JENSEN, GOTFRED) 1
April 5, 1934 BUSINESS IS BETTER, MERCHANTS AGREE TO MANUFACTURING HEADS STATEMENT 1
April 5, 1934 KIRKLAND QUALITY GROCERY SELLS STOCK OF CAN GOODS 1
April 5, 1934 MAN SETS OFF DYNAMITE UNDER BED TO END LIFE 1
April 5, 1934 UNEMPLOYED ADVISED TO START PLANTING GARDENS 1
April 5, 1934 BARGAIN NIGHT TO REPLACE PAL NIGHT AT THE GATEWAY 1
April 5, 1934 NIGHT SCHOOL FOR CITY COUNCILMEN TEACHES FINANCE TO TOWN RULERS 1
April 5, 1934 CWA CENSUS TO LIST PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED 6
April 5, 1934 PROJECTS DORMANT, CREWS IDLE AS MEN AWAIT NEW PROGRAM 1
April 5, 1934 UNEMPLOYED ADVISED TO START PLANTING GARDENS 1
April 5, 1934 MT VERNON THIEVES MAY BE LOCAL SUSPECTS 1
April 5, 1934 ARIES, JOSEPH 7
April 5, 1934 MORRELLI, LENA 1
April 5, 1934 SWANSON, CHARLES 1
April 5, 1934 SAT. IS BIG NIGHT FOR VETERANS - LAKE WASHINGTON POST TO INSTALL 1
April 5, 1934 FERRIES NAME TRAFFIC MANAGER TO BOOST EAST OF LAKE TRAVEL 1
April 5, 1934 RACHEL PETERSON, RUDOLF VAN AALST 7
April 12, 1934 FARMERS URGED TO ATTEND HEARING ON MILK CODE APRIL 19 1
April 12, 1934 SECRETARY OF STATE PAYS OFFICIAL VISIT TO BRIDLE TRAIL PARK 1
April 12, 1934 ORTHOPEDIC EGG DRIVE REPORTED SUCCESSFUL 4
April 12, 1934 CWA ADMINISTRATION SPENDS $128,000 ON PROJECTS HERE 1
April 12, 1934 DRIVER LOSES LICENSE AFTER AUTO ACCIDENT 1
April 12, 1934 LAST IF HIGH SCHOOL LOOT RETURNED BY DETECTIVES 1
April 12, 1934 ELLINGTON, CHRIS 4
April 12, 1934 GOFF, AMOS 5
April 12, 1934 MILLER, HELEN 5
April 12, 1934 MORRIS, CHASE 4
April 12, 1934 BUSINESS WOMEN TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY 1
April 12, 1934 OLD PAPER FOUND IN VACANT HOUSE DENOTES ADVANCES IN JOURNALISM 1
April 12, 1934 NATIONAL DISCUS CHAMP VISITS KIRKLAND SCHOOL 1
April 12, 1934 BIBLE STUDY CLASS TO BE AT COMMUNITY CHURCH 4
April 12, 1934 C E NEWBERRY RETAINED AS COMMUNITY CHURCH PASTOR 1
April 12, 1934 SIDE WHEELERS FOR LAKE TRANSPORTS RECALLED TO SERVICE CLUB MEMBER 1
April 12, 1934 COUNTY AIDS TOWN IN PUTTING STREETS IN FIRST CLASS SHAPE 1
April 19, 1934 NATIONAL SUPPLY CO - ESTATE SALE (HUGE AD) 6
April 19, 1934 BEER PARLORS, DANCE HALLS OPEN SUNDAYS 1
April 19, 1934 KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL HAS HIGH HOPES FOR ENTRANTS IN STATE MUSIC M 1
April 19, 1934 KLOPFER AGAIN HEADS UNION 'A' HI SCHOOL BOARD; NEWELL CLERK 1
April 19, 1934 CLEAN-UP WEEK STARTS APRIL 30 - EVERYBODY ASKED TO COOPERATE 1
April 19, 1934 EASTSIDE FLORISTS HAVE EXHIBITS AT NORTHWEST FLOWER SHOW IN SEATTLE 1
April 19, 1934 FIRST PWA FUNDS FOR KING COUNTY TO BE SPENT IN REDMOND 1
April 19, 1934 ROSE HILL TO CELEBRATE PRESIDENT'S DAY APRIL 29 1
April 19, 1934 FUGITIVE FOUND HIDING NEAR LAKE SAMMAMISH 1
April 19, 1934 BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY 1
April 19, 1934 ERNIE THORSLUND SHOOTS HOLE-IN-ONE AT JUANITA 1
April 19, 1934 TRACKMEN TAKE WRONG ROAD IN CROSS-COUNTRY 1
April 19, 1934 CALIFORNIA EVANGELIST SPEAKS AT NAZARENE 1
April 19, 1934 MARVA CAILLIER, ALFRED WALES 9
April 26, 1934 STATE DIRECTOR TO CONSIDER EASTSIDE DAIRYMEN'S PLEAS 1
April 26, 1934 SILVER TAVERN, NEW BEER PARLOR, OPENS IN JUANITA 6
April 26, 1934 SISTER OF HUNTS POINT MAN FALLS FROM BOAT - RESCUE EFFORT FAILS 1
April 26, 1934 KIRKLAND STUDENTS RATE HIGH IN STATE MUSIC MEET, RENTON 1
April 26, 1934 GRAB A BROOM AND START TO SWEEP, CLEANUP WORK BEGINS NEXT WEEK 1
April 26, 1934 CARNIVAL CALLIOPE TOOTS FIVE DAYS FOR LEGION 1
April 26, 1934 GOVT ENGINEERS ON SURVEYS OF EAST SIDE WORK RELIEF PROJECTS 1
April 26, 1934 SILVER TAVERN, NEW BEER PARLOR, OPENS IN JUANITA 6
April 26, 1934 BELLEVUE VIGILANTES ARE WINNING FAVOR 1
April 26, 1934 TEACHER'S CAR HITS BOY ON BIKE; JUDGE FINES 1
April 26, 1934 VIGILANTES VIGOROUSLY ENFORCE LAW AND ORDER ON EASTSIDE (PHOTO) 8
April 26, 1934 FERRY BACK ON SCHEDULE AFTER BOILER CLEANING 1
May 3, 1934 MANY CHANGES ARE CONTEMPLATED FOR BUSINESS DISTRICT 1
May 3, 1934 MANY CHANGES ARE CONTEMPLATED FOR BUSINESS DISTRICT 1
May 3, 1934 KHS GRADUATING CLASS TWICE AS LARGE AS ANY PREVIOUS YEAR 1
May 3, 1934 CITY UNDERGOES GENERAL HOUSECLEANING 1
May 3, 1934 BELLEVUE TO AGAIN STAGE ITS ANNUAL STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 1
May 3, 1934 PROGRESS FOLLOWS DEPRESSIONS, OLD-TIMER REMINDS SERVICE CLUB 1
May 3, 1934 RELIEF ALLOTMENT IS SLASHED BY GOV'T - PROGRAM DELAYED 1
May 3, 1934 NO DOGS SHOT, ARREST OWNERS, SHERIFF SAYS 1
May 3, 1934 CARLSON, ALBERT 4
May 3, 1934 ELLIS, FRANK 1
May 3, 1934 MCFARLAND, EARLINE 8
May 3, 1934 MCKEE, ALLEN 4
May 10, 1934 DAIRYMEN TO BRING TEST CASE ON CONSTITUTIONALITY OF MILK CODE 1
May 10, 1934 BUS TRANSPORTATION IS CENTER OF HEATED JUANITA DISCUSSION 1
May 10, 1934 BUS TRANSPORTATION IS CENTER OF HEATED JUANITA DISCUSSION 1
May 10, 1934 KIRKLAND JUDGE ORDERS RAID ON GAMING HOUSE 1
May 10, 1934 BEANS, NORMAN 6
May 10, 1934 PETERSON, MARY 6
May 10, 1934 WEBB, CLEON E 7
May 10, 1934 WILLIAMS, ADDIE 7
May 10, 1934 CARAVAN OF DIGNITARIES TO ACCOMPANY TEAM TO HOME OPENER 1
May 10, 1934 BUS TRANSPORTATION IS CENTER OF HEATED JUANITA DISCUSSION 1
May 10, 1934 MABEL TURTAINEN, DONALD BARRIE 6
May 17, 1934 E Z SMITH MOVES TO NEW LOCATION; GRISWOLD GOES IN 1
May 17, 1934 FRANK PEASE OPENS BEVERAGE STORE 1
May 17, 1934 SCHOOL SETTLES TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM OF HI 1
May 17, 1934 PROGRAM NOW ALL LINED UP FOR BIGGEST FATHER AND SON BANQUET 1
May 17, 1934 GILL, DELILAH 3
May 17, 1934 SCHRIER, CHRISTINA 4
May 17, 1934 WING, ANNIE M 4
May 17, 1934 KIRKLAND OUT ENMASSE TO SEE K-NINE TAKE THRILLER SUNDAY 1
May 17, 1934 SCHOOL SETTLES TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM OF HI 1
May 24, 1934 AVONDALE COUPLE CELEBRATES GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY (DEVINE, JOHN C) 7
May 24, 1934 FORMER KIRKLAND BOY DUE ON GATEWAY SCREEN (ROSS, LANNY) 1
May 24, 1934 OVER 150 OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY OF ST PAUL CHURCH 6
May 24, 1934 BETTES HOME IS BURNED TO GROUND ON MONDAY 1
May 24, 1934 BICYCLE RENTING STATION TO BE INSTALLED BY BLAU 1
May 24, 1934 CARLOAD OF PINEAPPLE SHIPPED TO PAY'N TAKIT 7
May 24, 1934 AUXILIARY TO MAKE ANNUAL POPPY DRIVE 1
May 24, 1934 HAIL! CLASS OF '34 (CLASS PHOTOS) 8
May 24, 1934 NINETY WILL RECEIVE DIPLOMAS AT EXERCISES THURSDAY NIGHT 1
May 24, 1934 FORMER KIRKLAND BOY DUE ON GATEWAY SCREEN (ROSS, LANNY) 1
May 24, 1934 BELLEVUE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL TO HAVE PROMINENT SPEAKERS 1
May 24, 1934 KIRKLAND TABLES AT BANQUET FILLED; SEATS AT A PREMIUM 1
May 24, 1934 BETTES HOME IS BURNED TO GROUND ON MONDAY 1
May 24, 1934 FRED ROBERTS ANALYSES NEW DEAL; STRIKES AT INDUSTRIES' NRA CODES 1
May 24, 1934 NEW PLANT ADDED TO EASTSIDE INDUSTRIES (GRISWOLD DRY-CLEANING) 1
May 24, 1934 BEACH CLAIMS ITS FIRST VICTIM OF SEASON 1
May 24, 1934 INDIAN CHIEFS TO BE AT LAST FRONTIER PAGEANT 1
May 24, 1934 REDMAN, SARAH M 7
May 24, 1934 WALKER, BESSIE M 7
May 24, 1934 LEGION COMPLETES ITS MEMORIAL PROGRAM TO HONOR VETERANS 1
May 24, 1934 FOURTEEN SCHOOLS TO COMPETE HERE FOR TENNIS HONOR 1
May 24, 1934 LEGION COMPLETES ITS MEMORIAL PROGRAM TO HONOR VETERANS 1
May 31, 1934 RESIDENTS RILED AS JANITRESS IS FIRED (OSTBERG, ANNA) 1
May 31, 1934 FOUR RESCUED IN BOAT EXPLOSION OFF ISLAND 1
May 31, 1934 NINETY KIRKLAND HIGH SENIORS WILL LEAVE ALMA MATER TONIGHT 1
May 31, 1934 COUNTY PAVING JOBS TO LESSEN THE RELIEF ROLLS 1
May 31, 1934 RESIDENTS RILED AS JANITRESS IS FIRED (OSTBERG, ANNA) 1
May 31, 1934 TIMBER TO BE PRESERVED ALONG SNOQUALMIE PASS 1
May 31, 1934 BELLEVUE READY FOR ANNUAL STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL SUNDAY 1
May 31, 1934 KIRKLAND WILL SEND TEAM TO FIREMEN'S CONVENTION 1
May 31, 1934 COUNCIL WILL HOLD ANNUAL ORGANIZATION MEETING ON MONDAY 1
May 31, 1934 FOUR RESCUED IN BOAT EXPLOSION OFF ISLAND 1
May 31, 1934 BOYS FINED $125 EACH FOR KILLING PET GOOSE 1
May 31, 1934 MILL STOCKHOLDERS SUE TO GET MONEY BACK 1
May 31, 1934 VIGILANTE GROUP ORGANIZES IN KIRKLAND 1
May 31, 1934 BRITTAIN, JAY 5
May 31, 1934 GRIFFIN, EDITH 5
May 31, 1934 NICHOLS, AGNES L 5
May 31, 1934 POWERS, KATHERINE BREWER 5
May 31, 1934 TATE, PETER 5
May 31, 1934 WALKER, BESSIE 5
May 31, 1934 TAX LIMIT PETITIONS READY FOR SIGNERS 1
May 31, 1934 COUNTY PAVING JOBS TO LESSEN THE RELIEF ROLLS 1
May 31, 1934 PLANS APPROVED FOR NEW COUNTY HIGHWAY PROJECTS 1
May 31, 1934 VETS HONOR DEPARTED COMRADES WEDNESDAY 1
May 31, 1934 HOLLIS MOLER, W S REED 3
May 31, 1934 STELLA BROOKS, FRED O BOONE 5
May 31, 1934 MILL STOCKHOLDERS SUE TO GET MONEY BACK 1
June 7, 1934 BARTSCH RADIO CO MOVES INTO CENTER OF TOWN LOCATION 1
June 7, 1934 BEER SIGNS DOWN BY SAT., LATEST RULING 1
June 7, 1934 CEMETERY PROPERTY OWNERS PUT THEIR LOTS IN FINE SHAPE 5
June 7, 1934 UNEMPLOYED ASSOCIATION HAS SECOND ANNIVERSARY MEETING 1
June 7, 1934 FESTIVAL CROWDS BUY 300 CRATES OF BERRIES 4
June 7, 1934 FIRE DEPARTMENT WILL OBTAIN NEW INHALATOR 1
June 7, 1934 LIQUOR BOARD NAMES C B HALVERSON AS STATE AGENT HERE 1
June 7, 1934 MAYOR REAPPOINTS COMMITTEE HEADS AND CITY OFFICIALS 1
June 7, 1934 UNEMPLOYED ASSOCIATION HAS SECOND ANNIVERSARY MEETING 1
June 7, 1934 ASK U.S. FOR AID TO STOCK LAKE WITH FISH 4
June 7, 1934 SORG, HARRY GEORGE 5
June 7, 1934 TAIT, PETER 8
June 7, 1934 ZWICKY, MARY 3
June 7, 1934 K-NINES LEAD LEAGUE FOR FIRST HALF; HAVE NOT LOST ONE GAME 1
June 7, 1934 CITY PARK PREPARED FOR VACATION PICNICS 1
June 7, 1934 KIRKLAND PLANS WATER SYSTEM WITH AID OF STATE RELIEF FUNDS 1
June 14, 1934 LLOYD AIDS SCHOOL PWA APPLICATION 1
June 14, 1934 OLYMPIA ORDERS COMPLETION OF HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC FIELD 1
June 14, 1934 NEW MARKETS TO OPEN HERE NEXT WEEK 1
June 14, 1934 WAFFLE HOUSE OPENS AT JUANITA BEACH CABIN 1
June 14, 1934 RELIEF BUDGETS ARE RAISED TEN PERCENT - MORE MONEY AVAILABLE 1
June 14, 1934 SHADY BEACH MAKES IMPROVEMENT (PHOTOS OF CABIN AND PARK) 5
June 14, 1934 BEER SIGNS IN KIRKLAND ALL DOWN BY DEADLINE 1
June 14, 1934 EAGER, LUTHER 5
June 14, 1934 FIRST ALLOTMENTS OF STATE LIQUOR ARRIVE 1
June 14, 1934 SHADY BEACH MAKES IMPROVEMENT (PHOTOS OF CABIN AND PARK) 5
June 14, 1934 MELLIE WALES, CHRIS A RONNIE 5
June 21, 1934 FLOYD AND MARSHALL MARKET - GRAND OPENING 9
June 21, 1934 ED OBAN PURCHASES WHITE CLOUD FARM; LIKES EASTSIDE 6
June 21, 1934 EASTSIDERS CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING DAY (SLADE, MR AND MRS D R) 1
June 21, 1934 W L BILGER'S CELEBRATE FIFTIETH WEDDING MARK 1
June 21, 1934 BOTHELL FEDERAL BANK TO SERVE ALL EASTSIDE 7
June 21, 1934 KIRKLAND TYPIST CHAMP COMPETES AT WORLD FAIR (SMITH, GORDON) 1
June 21, 1934 NEWEST MARKET OPENS IN KIRKLAND 1
June 21, 1934 VANDY REMAINS FOOTBALL COACH; BOARD PICKS BOB MATILLA TO ASSIST 1
June 21, 1934 DOULL, JOE 5
June 21, 1934 FALCONER, IDA 5
June 21, 1934 HARGRAVES, THOMAS 5
June 21, 1934 HERTON, MRS JOHN 6
June 21, 1934 JOHANSON, CHRISTIAN 7
June 21, 1934 LEPINE, SARAH 5
June 21, 1934 ARNOLD MARKS ADDED TO JOURNAL STAFF FOR SUMMER 1
June 21, 1934 LAKE SAMMAMISH RAPIDLY DEVELOPING INTO VACATION SPOT (PHOTOS) 4
June 21, 1934 OVERLAKE GOLF COURSE CLOSES INDEFINITELY NEXT SUNDAY 1
June 21, 1934 ENTIRE WESTERN WASHINGTON DIOCESE CONVENES ON EAST SIDE (PHOTO) 3
June 21, 1934 STREETS RECEIVE DRESS FOR SUMMER; LOOK LIKE ZEBRAS 1
June 21, 1934 CONSTRUCTION OF $4000 WATER SYSTEM TO START JULY 2, STATE OFFICIAL 1
June 28, 1934 BANKING BETTER THAN FORMERLY SAYS SHINSTROM 1
June 28, 1934 MILLER GOES TO NATIONALS (MILLER, RALPH) 1
June 28, 1934 KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL DAMAGED BY FLAMES 1
June 28, 1934 CAPT BARTSCH MOVES PASTIME POOL ROOM TO NEW QUARTERS 1
June 28, 1934 EASTSIDE SCHOOLS GET FUND ALLOTMENT FROM STATE, COUNTY 1
June 28, 1934 KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL DAMAGED BY FLAMES 1
June 28, 1934 EASTSIDE FEELS EFFECT OF LONGSHORE STRIKE 1
June 28, 1934 MOTORIST DRAWS FIFTEEN DAY JAIL SENTENCE IN DAVIS' COURT 1
June 28, 1934 NEAR KILLING SCARES 'VICTIM', ALSO MARSHAL 1
June 28, 1934 WOOLEN MILLS TIED IN LEGAL PROCEEDINGS 1
June 28, 1934 ADAMS, J Q 1
June 28, 1934 K-NINES TASTES FIRST DEFEAT ON HOME FIELD 1
June 28, 1934 COUNTY BIDS INCLUDE EASTSIDE ROAD JOBS 1
June 28, 1934 BURR ON COMMITTEE TO SEEK NEW LAWS FOR UTILITY COMPANY 1
June 28, 1934 DELPHINE WOLTER, OLIVER HENDRICKSON 3
June 28, 1934 WOOLEN MILLS TIED IN LEGAL PROCEEDINGS 1
July 5, 1934 KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL FIRE DAMAGE IS $200 1
July 5, 1934 PEASE OPENS BEER BAR IN GATEWAY BUILDING 1
July 5, 1934 WATER MAIN RELAYING PROJECT TO START TOMORROW; 25 GET WORK 1
July 5, 1934 KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL FIRE DAMAGE IS $200 1
July 5, 1934 EASTSIDE RELIEF ROLLS NUMBER 857 FAMILIES; PASS PRE-CWA TOTAL 1
July 5, 1934 JUANITA BEACHERS PACKED BY RECORD JULY FOURTH CROWD 1
July 5, 1934 JUANITA BEACHERS PACKED BY RECORD JULY FOURTH CROWD 1
July 5, 1934 JUANITA RESIDENTS SUE SEATTLE ON WATER LOSS 5
July 5, 1934 JUANITA BEACHERS PACKED BY RECORD JULY FOURTH CROWD 1
July 5, 1934 DETECTIVES SPOIL HUGE FOURTH OF JULY SPREE 1
July 5, 1934 PEASE OPENS BEER BAR IN GATEWAY BUILDING 1
July 5, 1934 JUANITA RESIDENTS SUE SEATTLE ON WATER LOSS 5
July 5, 1934 WATER MAIN RELAYING PROJECT TO START TOMORROW; 25 GET WORK 1
July 5, 1934 KATHERINE TURNER MCGRATH, FREDERICK BRADLEY COLLINS 1
July 12, 1934 JUNE BANK STATEMENT SHOWS BUSINESS TREND CLIMBING FOR EASTSIDE 1
July 12, 1934 KIRKLAND GRADE SCHOOL JOB IS APPROVED; NOW AWAITS FUND ALLOTMENT 1
July 12, 1934 ESTHER HARTNESS, HANS MAREUSEN 5
July 12, 1934 LOUISE STRAIN, DAMON CHAMNESS 5
July 12, 1934 ALBERT ANDERSON HOME RESCUED FROM FLAMES 1
July 12, 1934 LADDER TENNIS TOURNEY TO BEGIN NEXT WEEK ON KIRKLAND TOWN COURT 1
July 12, 1934 KIRKLAND FERRY SERVICE UNINTERRUPTED 1
July 12, 1934 GRACE HOWLAND, CHARLES MOORE 1
July 12, 1934 IDA M LEE, JACK BERGSMA 4
July 19, 1934 RALPH MILLER SETS NEW WORLD ARCHERY RECORD 1
July 19, 1934 HIGHLAND SCHOOL IS TO BE COMPLETED BY JAN 1ST 1
July 19, 1934 LOCAL GAS SHORTAGE AVERTED BY DISTRIBUTORS 1
July 19, 1934 HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT FACES DEFICIT UNLESS VOTERS RAISE MILLAGE 1
July 19, 1934 LOUISE STRAIN, DAMON CHAMNESS 4
July 19, 1934 NEWLYWEDS ROBBED ON HONEYMOON TO EASTSIDE 1
July 19, 1934 NELSON, LAURA M 4
July 19, 1934 KIRKLANDITE ORGANIZES FIRST SEA SCOUT TROOP 1
July 19, 1934 KIRKLAND TO PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP GAME ON LOCAL DIAMOND SUNDAY 1
July 19, 1934 RUTH MCPHETRIDGE, R E WAYMAN 5
July 27, 1934 GOLDEN WEDDING TO BE HELD AT DAVIS' HOME (DAVIS, GEORGE) 4
July 27, 1934 WORK WILL SOON BEGIN ON KIRKLAND, JUANITA SCHOOL PROJECTS 1
July 27, 1934 EASTSIDE LUNATICS HEAR PROFESSOR HICK SPEAK 4
July 27, 1934 EASTSIDE'S NEWEST INDUSTRY BOON TO AMERICA'S MOTORING MULTITUDE 1
July 27, 1934 ANNUAL SWIM LESSONS DRAW 231 EASTSIDERS TO JUANITA BAY BEACH 5
July 27, 1934 BROOKS, HERBERT 1
July 27, 1934 CUDNEY, JOHN ("BROTHER ISAIAH") 1
July 27, 1934 'IMMORTAL' BROTHER ISAIAH PASSES; ONCE THRILLED 1000'S ON EASTSIDE 1
July 27, 1934 FERRY ON REGULAR RUN; GAS SHORTAGE AVERTED 1
August 2, 1934 LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS GET GOVERNMENT FUND WORK NOW IN PROGRESS 1
August 2, 1934 YOUNGER ADDS FRUIT-NUT CANDY TO POPULAR LINE 1
August 2, 1934 EASTSIDE OLD-TIMERS TO GATHER AT CEDARMERE FOR PICNIC SUNDAY 1
August 2, 1934 FEDERAL RULING FORCES A C NEWELL TO RESIGN KIRKLAND COUNCIL POST 1
August 2, 1934 WATER AND FROGS LEAVE; JUANITAITES GET $11,000 1
August 2, 1934 KIRKLAND YOUTHS TO EXPLORE LAKE DEPTHS; SEEK SUNKEN 'TREASURE' 1
August 2, 1934 BEACH PROPRIETORS ARM AS THIEVES ROUSE ANGER 1
August 2, 1934 HANSEN, ARVIN 1
August 2, 1934 HAYES, JENNIE 5
August 2, 1934 ALICE PLUMMER, RALPH JENSEN 4
August 2, 1934 CATHERINE BURBANK, RALPH SMITH 4
August 2, 1934 CLARA CONNER, G O HURST 4
August 2, 1934 MARIE LOUISE ATWOOD, ROGER GRISWOLD 4
August 5, 1934 CAFE FATALITIES HEAVY THIS WEEK 1
August 9, 1934 SCHOOL BOARD ACCEPTS WATSON'S LOW BID ON TRANSPORTING STUDENTS 1
August 9, 1934 COUNTY SUPPLIES TAKEN; VIGILANTES TRAIL THIEVES 1
August 9, 1934 EASTSIDE DAIRYMEN WILL APPEAL MILK CASE FIGHT TO SUPREME COURT 1
August 9, 1934 K-NINE TO PLAY NITE BASEBALL SUNDAY IN CIVIC AUDITORIUM 1
August 9, 1934 FERRY CREW RESCUES TWO FROM UPSET BOAT 1
August 9, 1934 LAKE FERRY SERVICE OFFERS SHORT ROUTE TO SEATTLE, SAYS NEIGHBOR 1
August 9, 1934 MADELENE WESTON, HAROLD J TATE 4
August 16, 1934 CONGRESSMAN LLOYD TAKES ACTION ON KIRKLAND GRADE SCHOOL 1
August 16, 1934 PARENTS MOVE TO GET GRADE SCHOOL BUILDING CONDEMNED 1
August 16, 1934 DANIELS' BAKERY INSTALLS LATEST SLICING MACHINE 1
August 16, 1934 DRESS SHOP ADDED TO BROWN'S TOGGERY 1
August 16, 1934 LOUIS GREEN SOON TO OPEN AUTOMOBILE AGENCY HERE SOON 1
August 16, 1934 JUANITA BEACH RESORTS NOT SHUT; COUNTY TESTS PROVE WATER SAFE 1
August 16, 1934 GLENN M JOHNSON TO FILL NEWELL'S CITY POST 1
August 16, 1934 EASTSIDE UNEMPLOYED DISBAND ORGANIZATION 1
August 16, 1934 JUANITA BEACH RESORTS NOT SHUT; COUNTY TESTS PROVE WATER SAFE 1
August 16, 1934 EASTSIDE UNEMPLOYED DISBAND ORGANIZATION 1
August 16, 1934 K-NINE DEFEATED IN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 1
August 16, 1934 TOURNEY TENNIS MATCHES START TOMORROW 1
August 16, 1934 AUTHORITIES WARN MOTORISTS TO STOP ENGINES ON FERRY 4
August 16, 1934 $769,383 ASKED IN NORTH END HIWAY BUDGET 1
August 16, 1934 CONSTRUCTION FINISHED ON KIRKLAND-WERA WATER SYSTEM WORK 1
August 23, 1934 C L MARTIN'S HOLD SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY 5
August 23, 1934 JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO RESUME ACTIVITIES WEDNESDAY 1
August 23, 1934 EASTSIDE SCHOOLS OPEN SEPTEMBER 4; SUMMER VACATION IS OVER 1
August 23, 1934 CITY TENTATIVE BUDGET FOR 1935 TO BE SLIGHTLY ABOVE 1934 ALLOTMENT 1
August 23, 1934 TOWN FATHERS TAKE NO ACTION ON SUNDAY BEER 1
August 23, 1934 THIEVES ENTER THREE LOCAL SCHOOL HOUSES 1
August 23, 1934 JOHNSON, LILLIAN L 4
August 23, 1934 READ, HERMAN B 4
August 23, 1934 VON NORMANN, GUSTAVE 5
August 30, 1934 DROUGHT VANGUARD REACHES EASTSIDE; KIRKLAND-PARADISE TO MIDWEST 8
August 30, 1934 EASTSIDE RANCHERS RAISE TOBACCO CROPS 1
August 30, 1934 KIRKLAND COUPLE CELEBRATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY (NEWTON, ROBERT I) 7
August 30, 1934 CENTRAL SCHOOL OPENS IN SPITE OF PARENT PROTEST 1
August 30, 1934 WORK TO START ON 3 KIRKLAND SCHOOL PROJECTS 1
August 30, 1934 JUNIOR CHAMBER NAMES F MASON NEW PRESIDENT 1
August 30, 1934 FIRE DESTROYS EASTSIDE HOMES 1
August 30, 1934 MRS ALICE RIPPLINGER-EASTSIDE CANDIDATE SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS 8
August 30, 1934 KIRKLAND HOTEL OPENS UNDER NEW HOSTELERS 7
August 30, 1934 LAKE WASHINGTON SHIPYARD PREPARES HULL ON $600,000 JOB 1
August 30, 1934 DOGS CAUSE $1000 DAMAGE ON EASTSIDE 1
August 30, 1934 VON NORMANN, VICTOR 1
August 30, 1934 LAKE FERRIES SAVE TIME, MONEY; OFFERS BEST METHOD FOR TRAVELERS 7
September 6, 1934 FIRST NATIONAL DEPOSITORS ARE SAFE 7
September 6, 1934 HOSIERY SECTION OPENED AT DARIS WOMEN'S APPAREL 1
September 6, 1934 MERCHANTS TO STIMULATE BUSINESS WITH POSTERS 1
September 6, 1934 SCHOOL BELLS RING AGAIN FOR STUDENTS 1
September 6, 1934 $400,000 FEDERAL CUT STOPS ALL WORK RELIEF PROJECTS ON EASTSIDE 1
September 6, 1934 LARGE TURNOUT EXPECTED AT EASTSIDE POLLING PLACES TUESDAY 1
September 6, 1934 ERNEST GARDNER AND HELEN SHERMAN AGAIN CROWNED EASTSIDE NET CHAMP 1
September 13, 1934 W E SIKES CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING DAY 7
September 13, 1934 KINDERGARTEN CLASSES TO START IN KIRKLAND 5
September 13, 1934 SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM FINALLY SOLVED 1
September 13, 1934 EAST SIDE JOURNAL TO SPONSOR PRIZE WINNING DAHLIA SHOW NEXT WEEK 1
September 13, 1934 ROSE HILL COMMUNITY STARTS DRIVE TO RAISE NEW $100 FIRE QUOTA 1
September 13, 1934 LABARR, EVERETT E 5
September 13, 1934 TED GRIFFITHS SWEEPS ENTIRE 46TH DISTRICT ACCUMULATING 1103 VOTES 1
September 13, 1934 ROSE HILL COMMUNITY STARTS DRIVE TO RAISE NEW $100 FIRE QUOTA 1
September 13, 1934 FERRY TRANSPORTATION BEST, SAY EASTSIDE DRAYMEN ABOUT SERVICE 5
September 20, 1934 BETTER BUSINESS HERE ATTRACTS FIVE-&-TEN 1
September 20, 1934 PASTIME CAFE BECOMES EASTSIDE EATING CENTER 1
September 20, 1934 EASTSIDERS CAST VOTE TUESDAY ON SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT LEVY 1
September 20, 1934 FOURTEEN JUANITAITES ASSAIL SCHOOL BUS TRANSPORTATION PLAN 5
September 20, 1934 EASTSIDERS NAME NEW DAHLIA TOMORROW 1
September 20, 1934 ELSIE NIESE, JEROME JERMAIN 1
September 27, 1934 LOCAL SCHOOL ELECTIONS ARE CARRIED BY VERY NARROW MARGIN 1
September 27, 1934 SCHOOLS WILL OFFER ADULT EDUCATION IF INTEREST IS SUFFICIENT 1
September 27, 1934 LIBRARY TO GET BOOKS FROM BENEFIT PARTY 1
September 27, 1934 DENSMORE, CHARLES A 5
September 27, 1934 ROUSH, ALBERT JASPER 5
September 27, 1934 LAKE FERRIES HANDLES HUGE VANS MOST ECONOMICALLY, SAYS OWNERS 5
September 27, 1934 EDITH TYLER, HAROLD RECOR 4
October 4, 1934 EASTSIDE MILK PRICES REMAIN CENT LOWER THAN SEATTLE 1
October 4, 1934 GRIFFITHS OPERATING DESPITE BAN PLACED BY STATE DIRECTOR 1
October 4, 1934 MR AND MRS SESSIONS HOLD 50TH ANNIVERSARY 4
October 4, 1934 DEDICATION OF KIRKLAND'S NEW ATHLETIC FIELD SET FOR OCT 26 1
October 4, 1934 GOVT NAMES LOCAL HOUSING COMMITTEE TO BOOST PROGRAM 1
October 4, 1934 EASTSIDE YOUTH TAKES OVER FILLING STATION (DICKINSON, B F) 5
October 4, 1934 EASTSIDE TECHNOCRATS HELP SEATTLE NEEDY 1
October 4, 1934 EASTSIDE SCHOOLS GET MONEY ALLOTMENTS 1
October 4, 1934 EASTSIDE WELL REPRESENTED IN INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING 1
October 4, 1934 INTEREST LAGS IN ADULT EDUCATION 1
October 4, 1934 STUDENTS FAVOR PLAN OF TEN CENTS A WEEK 5
October 4, 1934 STUDENTS USE RATS FOR LUNCHEON EXPERIMENT 4
October 4, 1934 VODVIL ACTS TO BE SATURDAY FEATURE AT JUANITA PK PAVILION 5
October 4, 1934 CITY DADS EXPLAIN STAND ON FIRE DEPT 1
October 4, 1934 CITY DADS EXPLAIN STAND ON FIRE DEPT 1
October 4, 1934 COUNTY SETS BUDGET FOR 1935 AT $4,238,451 1
October 4, 1934 VODVIL ACTS TO BE SATURDAY FEATURE AT JUANITA PK PAVILION 5
October 4, 1934 GRIFFITHS OPERATING DESPITE BAN PLACED BY STATE DIRECTOR 1
October 4, 1934 LIBRARY CARD PARTY TO HELP BUY BOOKS 1
October 4, 1934 FRANKLIN, LILLIAN 5
October 4, 1934 RYTHER, MOTHER O H 1
October 4, 1934 VOLLEY BALLERS START FALL SCHEDULE TUESDAY NIGHT WITH 8 TEAMS 1
October 11, 1934 GRIFFITHS' MILK FIGHT CONTINUES WITH AID OF EASTSIDE FARMERS 1
October 11, 1934 DEDICATION OF ATHLETIC FIELD IS POSTPONED UNTIL NOVEMBER 2 1
October 11, 1934 EASTSIDE BAKERY OPENS WITH NEW MANAGEMENT 1
October 11, 1934 EASTSIDE SCHOOLS TAKE PARALYSIS PRECAUTIONS 1
October 11, 1934 STELLA YOUNG, FRANK O DELACARDA 1
October 11, 1934 JUANITA PAVILION VODVIL FAVORED 5
October 11, 1934 BLACK WIDOW SPIDER HITS CLOSE TO HOME; LOCAL MAN VICTIM 1
October 11, 1934 EASTSIDE SCHOOLS TAKE PARALYSIS PRECAUTIONS 1
October 11, 1934 BENEFIT CARD PARTY TO BUY LIBRARY BOOKS 1
October 11, 1934 OLSON, ALBERT W 5
October 11, 1934 RING, DAVID W 5
October 11, 1934 REALTORS ORGANIZE TO BACK INITIATIVE NO 94 1
October 11, 1934 VIRGINIA RUSSELL, ALLEN A RAUTENBERG 5
October 18, 1934 GRIFFITHS DROPS BUTTER AND CHEESE SUIT AGAINST AAA DIRECTOR 1
October 18, 1934 HOLLYWOOD FARM ASKS COUNTY FOR $2000 REDUCTION OF YEARLY RENT 1
October 18, 1934 KIRKLAND TO HAVE OPERA PRODUCED HERE BY EASTSIDERS 1
October 18, 1934 DICK WALKER GETS ANOTHER BARBER, CHARLIE WATTS GONE 1
October 18, 1934 VODVIL PERFORMANCE AT HIGH SCHOOL FOR BENEFIT OF JUNIOR HI 1
October 18, 1934 GRIFFITHS DROPS BUTTER AND CHEESE SUIT AGAINST AAA DIRECTOR 1
October 18, 1934 HI STUDENTS PUBLISH PAPER OF THEIR OWN 1
October 18, 1934 JUANITA PARK SHOWS INCREASE IN POPULARITY 5
October 18, 1934 EASTSIDE RESIDENT RECOMMENDS USE OF FERRY TRAVEL 5
October 25, 1934 WORLD TRAVELER RETURNS TO HOME TOWN (WILLIAMS, RUTH JANE) 1
October 25, 1934 FEDERAL AID ON NEW GRADE SCHOOL IS LOST IN LEGAL TANGLE 1
October 25, 1934 GOVERNOR AND ERNST TO ATTEND HI FIELD DEDICATION 1
October 25, 1934 ROY JESMER NEW BAKER AT EASTSIDE BAKERY 1
October 25, 1934 KIRKLAND ANNUAL RATED AMONG NATION'S BEST 1
October 25, 1934 EASTSIDE ON AIRWAVES FOR FIRST TIME; BROADCAST FROM HOSPITAL ROOM 1
October 25, 1934 GATEWAY SIGNS RECORD CONTRACTS FOR MOVIES 4
October 25, 1934 PTA VODVIL WILL BENEFIT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL LUNCHROOM 1
October 25, 1934 AL BASS' BUNGALOW DESTROYED BY BLAZE 1
October 25, 1934 TRAFFIC MANAGER WRITES ABOUT TRIP 4
October 25, 1934 POWER CO EMPLOYEES WORK NITE AND DAY TO RESUME SERVICE 5
October 25, 1934 STORM WREAKS HAVOC ON EASTSIDE; DAMAGE TO BUILDINGS HEAVY 1
October 25, 1934 JUNE VANCE, JOHN MCQUIGG 5
November 1, 1934 SIMPLICITY TO MARK FIELD DEDICATION 1
November 1, 1934 NEW JUANITA BUS PUT INTO OPERATION TODAY 1
November 1, 1934 ED BLAU RESIGNS AS CHIEF OF VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT 1
November 1, 1934 LOCAL SHIPYARD IS LOW BIDDER ON RIVER SHIP 1
November 1, 1934 REGISTRATION BOOKS INDICATE HEAVY POLL AT ELECTION TUESDAY 1
November 8, 1934 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 2
November 8, 1934 DEDICATION HELD DESPITE THE RAIN; ERNST IS SPEAKER 1
November 8, 1934 EASTSIDER STARTS NEW ELECTRIC CONCERN HERE 1
November 8, 1934 RELIEF QUARTERS BURN WHILE WORKERS LUNCH 1
November 8, 1934 OWNER OF FLOYD AND MARSHALL'S ROBBED 1
November 8, 1934 ARMSTRONG, THOMAS 5
November 8, 1934 HARTMAN, CHARLES EDWARD 4
November 8, 1934 HAYS, IRA LEWIS 5
November 8, 1934 PLANS LAID FOR THIRD ANNUAL BOY SCOUT CIRCUS 1
November 8, 1934 EASTSIDE ADDS ITS SHARE TO AVALANCHE OF DEMOCRATIC VOTES 1
November 15, 1934 MERCHANTS LAUNCH PROGRAM FOR CHRISTMAS TRADE STIMULATION HERE 1
November 15, 1934 GRACE I WRIGHT, PETE ALFRED LINDGREN 1
November 15, 1934 EASTSIDE SCOUT CIRCUS IN HI GYM TO BE BIG NIGHT OF ENTERTAINMENT 1
November 15, 1934 FIRE CHIEF WILL BE SELECTED FRIDAY BY LOCAL FIREMEN 1
November 15, 1934 PIONEER TELLS OF EARLY FERRY RUN 5
November 15, 1934 JUSTICE ENRICHES TOWN TREASURY $405.15 SINCE DAVIS TOOK BENCH 1
November 15, 1934 NO LIBRARY FINES FOR NATIONAL BOOK WEEK 1
November 15, 1934 KALLIO, HELENE 1
November 15, 1934 NOBLE, ALONZO CLYDE 8
November 15, 1934 ROBINSON, JAMES G 1
November 15, 1934 SKATING FAST BECOMING POPULAR EASTSIDE SPORT 1
November 15, 1934 PIONEER TELLS OF EARLY FERRY RUN 5
November 15, 1934 CONTRACT LET FOR PAVING OF BOTHELL-LAKE FOREST ROAD 1
November 22, 1934 COUPLE CELEBRATE 25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY (JOHNSON, CARL) 5
November 22, 1934 COUPLE QUIETLY CELEBRATES 55TH ANNIVERSARY (WHALEN, D S) 5
November 22, 1934 WORK TO START ON ROSE HILL SCHOOL JOB 1
November 22, 1934 DELIVERY SERVICE MORE ECONOMICAL WITH MIDGET, SAYS HOMER W ROSS 5
November 22, 1934 SCOUTS IN FINAL DRIVE TO MAKE ANNUAL CIRCUS SATURDAY, THE BIGGEST 1
November 22, 1934 OK TO SHOOT HOMELESS CATS TO SAVE BIRDLIFE 4
November 22, 1934 FIREMEN SELECT FLOYD BERKEY AS CHOICE FOR VOLUNTEER FIRE CHIEF 1
November 22, 1934 SANTA CLAUS IS COMING TO TOWN SATURDAY, NOV 24TH 1
November 22, 1934 MYSTERY SHROUDS BRUTAL CALIFORNIA MURDER OF KIRKLANDITE 1
November 22, 1934 CARTWRIGHT, JOSEPH 4
November 22, 1934 HARTMAN, CHARLES EDWARD 4
November 22, 1934 NIXON, HELEN 5
November 22, 1934 WILLIAMS, WILLIAM CARLETON 1
November 22, 1934 SEATTLE-BOTHELL ROAD IS FULFILLMENT OF CIVIC LEADERS DREAM 8
November 22, 1934 ALICE STONEFELT, RALPH MAYHEW 5
November 22, 1934 BLANCHE RICHMOND, ARTHUR B CORBUS 5
November 28, 1934 KIRKLAND MERCHANTS ANNOUNCE HUGE CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION PROGRAM 1
November 28, 1934 NEW HAMBURGER STAND OPENS NEXT TO HALE'S 1
November 28, 1934 SCOUT CIRCUS ATTENDANCE PASSES FOUR HUNDRED MARK SATURDAY 1
November 28, 1934 FROM COWPATH TO CONCRETE 4
November 28, 1934 DOWNEY, JOE 1
November 28, 1934 LARGE WERA CREW TO START ON STREETS FRI 1
November 28, 1934 MARIAN HILL, GEORGE TAUSAN 5
November 28, 1934 NORMA HOCHFORD, KENNETH G ELKIN 8
December 6, 1934 COMMISSIONERS VOTE TO SELL COUNTY FARM IN SPITE OF VIGOROUS PROTEST 1
December 6, 1934 INTENSIVE HOUSING CAMPAIGN PROGRAM LAUNCHED 1
December 6, 1934 BUCKLEY MAN TO RE-OPEN FORMER ELSON HARDWARE (BRYANT, M W) 1
December 6, 1934 FIREMEN CLASH WITH CITY COUNCIL OVER NEW QUARTERS 1
December 6, 1934 FIREMEN CLASH WITH CITY COUNCIL OVER NEW QUARTERS 1
December 6, 1934 KID PARADE AND FREE TURKEYS WILL BE FEATURE EVENTS NEXT WEEK 1
December 6, 1934 TOWN ALL DRESSED UP FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON 1
December 6, 1934 BOYS TAKE TOYS; MUST WORK OFF DAMAGE DONE 1
December 6, 1934 KIRKLAND LIBRARY BUSINESS GOOD, BADLY IN NEED OF NEW BOOKS 1
December 13, 1934 NEW HARDWARE STORE OPEN IN KIRKLAND 1
December 13, 1934 PINES FLORAL COMPANY OPENS KIRKLAND STORE 1
December 13, 1934 SANTA MAKES VISIT TO LOCAL MERCHANTS 1
December 13, 1934 KIDS PREPARE FOR BIG PARADE ON SATURDAY; GOOD COSTUMES DUE 1
December 13, 1934 HUBER NAMED NEW CHIEF OF VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTERS TUES 1
December 13, 1934 VOLUNTEER FIREMEN AID IN EXTINGUISHING BLAZE 1
December 13, 1934 MATERNITY HOME OPEN AT JUANITA BY MRS HEPFER 1
December 13, 1934 EASTSIDER IS SANTA'S HELPERS; SUPPLIES XMAS DECORATIONS TO MERCHANTS 1
December 13, 1934 SANTA MAKES VISIT TO LOCAL MERCHANTS 1
December 13, 1934 TURKEYS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY AT 4:30 1
December 13, 1934 CAMPBELL, JOHN A 15
December 13, 1934 SWEEDS, MRS JOHN 18
December 20, 1934 FEDERAL ACTION CAUSE OF DELAY IN ALLOTTING SCHOOL BUILDING FUND 1
December 20, 1934 AUDUBON SOCIETY TAKES BIRD CENSUS SUNDAY 1
December 20, 1934 PERCY RERICK APPOINTED NEW INSPECTOR FOR CITY 1
December 20, 1934 FREE SHOW AND CANDY FOR KIDS THIS SATURDAY 1
December 20, 1934 TURKEY DAY CROWDS STREETS OF KIRKLAND ALL DAY SATURDAY 1
December 20, 1934 MCKIBBEN, ERNEST KENDALL 1
December 20, 1934 MARJORIE RECOR, LEO HENNON 1
December 27, 1934 STUDENTS COLLECT OVER A THOUSAND RECORDS 1
December 27, 1934 PROSPECTS FOR 1935 LOOM BRIGHTER FOR LOCAL SHIPBUILDERS 1
December 27, 1934 ELLIE BORMAN, MAURICE LARSON 1
December 27, 1934 DR J C THOMPSON'S TREE TAKES 1ST PRIZE 1
December 27, 1934 KIDS SHOW ATTRACTS OVER 600 YOUNG'NS - SANTA GIVES CANDY 1
December 27, 1934 PROSPECTS FOR 1935 LOOM BRIGHTER FOR LOCAL SHIPBUILDERS 1
December 27, 1934 OSBERG, WILLIAM 8
December 27, 1934 STAMP, EDWIN W 4
December 27, 1934 KIRKLAND GIRL WINS FIRST PRIZE IN FERRY COMPANY ESSAY CONTEST 8
January 3, 1935 HIGHLAND SCHOOL WILL MOVE TO NEW BUILDING ABOUT JANUARY 10TH 1
January 3, 1935 NEW YEAR'S DAY FIRE DEMOLISHES CHAS WIRTANEN HOME IN JUANITA 1
January 3, 1935 NEW YEAR'S DAY FIRE DEMOLISHES CHAS WIRTANEN HOME IN JUANITA 1
January 3, 1935 EASTSIDE CHILDREN GET FREE MEDICAL SERVICES 1
January 3, 1935 CAR LOOTED WHILE DRIVER ATTENDS GATEWAY THEATRE 5
January 3, 1935 KIRKLAND COURTS GAIN SPEEDY JUSTICE REPUTE 1
January 3, 1935 HOAR, FRANK H 5
January 3, 1935 WARD, OLIVE 5
January 3, 1935 JOURNAL TO GIVE FREE PAPER TO NEWLYWEDS 1
January 3, 1935 COUNTY MAKES FIRST MOVE ON NEW CUT-OFF ROAD TO CITY CENTER 1
January 3, 1935 WOOLEN MILL AND STORE OFFERED AT PRIVATE SALE NEXT WEEK 1
January 10, 1935 COURT RESTRAINS COMMISSIONERS ON SALE OF KING COUNTY FARM 1
January 10, 1935 PIONEER EASTSIDE COUPLE CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY (HARTIG, GEORGE) 5
January 10, 1935 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 2
January 10, 1935 NEIGHBORS HELP REBUILD CHAS. WIRTANEN HOME 1
January 10, 1935 DOUGLASS' BAKERY TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE, 19 1
January 10, 1935 FLAVEL HOME DESTROYED BY FLAMES ON FRIDAY 1
January 10, 1935 KIRKLAND RECEIVES TIMEPIECE FROM LAKE WASHINGTON FERRIES 1
January 10, 1935 FLAVEL HOME DESTROYED BY FLAMES ON FRIDAY 1
January 10, 1935 CASE IN KIRKLAND COURT GETS WIDE PUBLICITY; DAVIS UPHOLDS BRIBE C 1
January 10, 1935 COURT RESTRAINS COMMISSIONERS ON SALE OF KING COUNTY FARM 1
January 10, 1935 HAMMOND, AL E 1
January 10, 1935 ARIEL GETS OVERHAUL AFTER THIRTEEN YEARS 1
January 10, 1935 KIRKLAND RECEIVES TIMEPIECE FROM LAKE WASHINGTON FERRIES 1
January 10, 1935 LEONE VIRGINIA PETTICREW, JAMES LOWEL O'NEILL 5
January 10, 1935 SALE OF WOOLEN MILLS AND STORE PROPERTIES POSTPONED ONE WEEK 1
January 17, 1935 EASTSIDER AWARDED CHIEF DEPUTY JOB (BODIA, O K) 1
January 17, 1935 EASTSIDE COMMITTEE ON HOUSING PROGRAM REPORTS CAMPAIGN 1
January 17, 1935 LEONA CASEY, DR A E WAHL 4
January 17, 1935 DREDGING COMPLETED ON LAKE SHIP CANAL 1
January 17, 1935 PLAN TO MAKE LAKE WASHINGTON VIRTUAL PARADISE FOR FISHERMEN 1
January 17, 1935 DAD'S PLACE PILFERED DURING EARLY HOURS 1
January 17, 1935 BRUHST, BERTHA 8
January 17, 1935 GAY, ROBERT TODD 8
January 17, 1935 KELLER, A H 8
January 17, 1935 KUNI, DONALD LEE 4
January 17, 1935 MCCHESNEY, CHARLES T 4
January 17, 1935 ELENORE TURNER, HAROLD MIDKIFF 4
January 17, 1935 JEANNE MCBURNIE, FREDERICK NORMAN 1
January 17, 1935 PROSPECTIVE WOOLEN MILL OPERATOR IS HIGH BIDDER ON PLANT 1
January 24, 1935 JUANITA PAIR CELEBRATE 'GOLDEN' ANNIVERSARY (FAA, OLE D) 1
January 24, 1935 EASTSIDE OPERA DRAWS MANY TO REHEARSALS 1
January 24, 1935 TAVERN OPENS MONDAY UNDER NEW MANAGERS 1
January 24, 1935 PLAN SELF-HELP SITE FOR COUNTY'S JOBLESS 1
January 24, 1935 THREE COUNCIL JOBS TO BE AT STAKE IN ELECTION MARCH 12 1
January 24, 1935 GAMLEN, IVY HELEN 4
January 24, 1935 SANDY, PHILLIP G 5
January 24, 1935 REVEREND NEWBERRY TO RESUME PULPIT SUNDAY 1
January 24, 1935 BEVERLY TAYLOR SECOND IN LAKE FERRY CONTEST 8
January 24, 1935 WERA PROGRAM AIDS IN REPAIRING OF CITY'S STREETS 1
January 24, 1935 SEATTLE WATER PLAN TO INCLUDE EASTSIDE IN 30 YEARS PROGRAM 1
January 24, 1935 CHINOOK WIND AND JANUARY THAW CAUSES DAMAGE AND INCONVENIENCE 1
January 24, 1935 FATE OF WOOLEN MILL AWAITS YAKIMA COURT 1
January 31, 1935 SALE OF COUNTY FARM CLOSED BY COMMISSIONERS 1
January 31, 1935 COMPLETE NARRATIVE OF GRADE SCHOOL PROJECT 1
January 31, 1935 BORIS, MARTHA E 4
January 31, 1935 JAMIESON, ROBERT A 5
January 31, 1935 KIRKLAND WOMAN'S CLUB CELEBRATES 15TH BIRTHDAY 1
January 31, 1935 JUANITA RESIDENTS AFFECTED BY CITY LIGHT POWER PROJECT 1
January 31, 1935 COURT CONFIRMS BID OF SEATTLE GROUP IN SALE OF WOOLEN MILL 1
February 7, 1935 BULB INDUSTRY OF THE EASTSIDE THREATENED 1
February 7, 1935 NEWELL AGREES TO SEEK SCHOOL JOB RE-ELECTION 1
February 7, 1935 SEWAGE COMMISSION ASKS FOR LAKE SURVEY 1
February 7, 1935 KIRKLAND MAY BECOME CITY OF THIRD CLASS 1
February 7, 1935 TEN CANDIDATES ALREADY IN FIELD FOR FOUR COUNCIL POSITIONS 1
February 7, 1935 EASTSIDE DOG POISONER TAKES 2 MORE VICTIMS 5
February 7, 1935 CHAMBERS, ROBERT 4
February 7, 1935 KIRKLAND TO MAKE BID FOR WEST CENTRAL HOOP TOURNEY 1
February 14, 1935 DATE IS SET FOR PRESENTATION OF CITY'S FIRST OPERA 1
February 14, 1935 BOSWORTH'S MARKET CHANGES HANDS MON. 1
February 14, 1935 RELATIVE OF EASTSIDER SURVIVES AIR CRASH 1
February 14, 1935 ESPERANTO CLASSES TO BE HELD IN KIRKLAND 1
February 14, 1935 FIRE DEPARTMENT SAVES HEAVY LOSS TO SHIPYARD 1
February 14, 1935 CUTS IN FEDERAL ALLOTMENTS FORCE CURTAILMENT OF LOCAL RELIEF WORK 1
February 14, 1935 FIRE DEPARTMENT SAVES HEAVY LOSS TO SHIPYARD 1
February 14, 1935 PETERSON, LUDWIG J 4
February 14, 1935 WENDT, MARY 5
February 14, 1935 WORRELL, GEORGE H 4
February 14, 1935 WILCOX ADDS NAME AS CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE 1
February 14, 1935 EX-KIRKLANDITE HAS SIX POEMS IN NOTED TOME (HANSEN, HELEN HINDMAN 1
February 14, 1935 FERRY CRASHES BOATS EN ROUTE TO SOUND 4
February 14, 1935 IRENE FISHER, JOHNNIE LEMKE 1
February 21, 1935 FRANKLIN ESTATE BUYS NATIONAL SUPPLY BLDG FROM TRUSTEE 1
February 21, 1935 NEW HIGHLAND SCHOOL WILL BE DEDICATED FEBRUARY 22 1
February 21, 1935 NEW RADIO INSTALLED AT KIRKLAND JR HI SCHOOL 1
February 21, 1935 WALTON IN CHARGE OF BOSWORTH MARKET 1
February 21, 1935 WIDOW OF REESE BROWN WINS APPEAL OF SUIT 5
February 21, 1935 COOK, CORA MEEKER 5
February 21, 1935 GLENN JOHNSON WILL WITHDRAW FROM RACE FOR CITY COUNCIL 1
February 21, 1935 WILL HAVE CHANCE TO VOTE ON CHANGE FROM TOWN TO CITY 1
February 28, 1935 CITES PIONEER DAYS AT SCHOOL DEDICATION 1
February 28, 1935 HUBER'S MARKET CELEBRATES 7TH BIRTHDAY; SUCCEEDS 1ST MARKET 1
February 28, 1935 RURAL DISTRICTS ASK RIGHT TO MAINTAIN OWN FIRE EQUIPMENT 1
February 28, 1935 CITES PIONEER DAYS AT SCHOOL DEDICATION 1
February 28, 1935 LOUIE SANDS TO OPEN NEW LUMBER YARD 1
February 28, 1935 ODD WATER CRAFT LAUNCHED AT SHIPYARD - BUILT FOR UNUSUAL TRAVEL 1
February 28, 1935 JUANITA BOOTLEGGER CONVICTED AFTER SELLING BOOZE TO CHILDREN 1
February 28, 1935 JONES, EMILY F 7
February 28, 1935 ELECTIONS HOLD CENTER OF COMMUNITY STAGE 1
February 28, 1935 KIRKLAND TO MEET BOTHELL IN SVIA TOURNEY FRIDAY NITE 1
March 7, 1935 KIRKLAND'S NEWEST SHOP IS TIRE REPAIR STORE 1
March 7, 1935 PAY'N TAKIT ANNOUNCES CHANGE OF STORE NAME (SAFEWAY) 1
March 7, 1935 NEWELL RETURNED TO SCHOOL BOARD POST BY LARGE MAJORITY 1
March 7, 1935 FIREMEN WIN PRAISE FOR FIRE BATTLE EFFORTS 1
March 7, 1935 REMOVAL OF MILL DOOMS ONE OF KIRKLANDS OLDEST ENTERPRISES (PHOTOS 4
March 7, 1935 SUTHERLAND, WILLIAM A 4
March 7, 1935 TAYLOR, C B 5
March 7, 1935 FINAL CHAPTER BEING WRITTEN IN HECTIC LIFE OF WOOLEN MILL 1
March 14, 1935 BROWN'S TOGGERY TO START AGAIN IN NEAR FUTURE; LOCATION NOT CHOSE 1
March 14, 1935 REINDEER MEAT NOW ON SALE AT ROY'S MARKET 7
March 14, 1935 DR KLOPFER RETIRES FROM SCHOOL BOARD 1
March 14, 1935 JUANITA GOLF COURSE WILL OPEN SATURDAY; MANY IMPROVEMENTS 1
March 14, 1935 JUANITA TAX LEAGUE IRATE OVER BOARDS SAFETY GLASS ACTION 1
March 14, 1935 BEECH, VIOLA LUCY 7
March 14, 1935 WIESERT, VIRGINIA 6
March 14, 1935 CINCINATTUS-SPONSORED CANDIDATES LEAD LOCAL ELECTION FIELD 1
March 14, 1935 JUANITA GOLF COURSE WILL OPEN SATURDAY; MANY IMPROVEMENTS 1
March 14, 1935 KIRKLAND FERRY GETS MAGAZINE WRITE-UP 6
March 21, 1935 NEW STORE TO OPEN IN KIRKLAND FRIDAY (MILLER'S READY-TO-WEAR) 1
March 21, 1935 KIRKLAND PURCHASES ADDED ACRE FOR CEMETERY USE 1
March 21, 1935 JUANITA MEETING BACKS LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD IN BATTLE ON SAFETY GLASS 1
March 21, 1935 KIRKLAND RECEIVES SHARE OF STATE GAS TAX MONEY 1
March 21, 1935 WEBB RESIGNS FROM COUNCIL; GRISWOLD IS NAMED TO FILL TERM 1
March 21, 1935 JUANITA MEETING BACKS LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD IN BATTLE ON SAFETY GLASS 1
March 21, 1935 CLURE, CHARLOTTE E 4
March 21, 1935 POMEROY, WARREN E 5
March 21, 1935 FEDERATED CLUBS TO DISCUSS BUS PROGRAM 1
March 21, 1935 CITY'S GARBAGE FRANCHISE TO EXPIRE MAY 26, 1935 1
March 21, 1935 SEVEN CONCERNS TO GET MACHINERY FROM MILL 1
March 28, 1935 MILLER'S READY TO WEAR - GRAND OPENING 11
March 28, 1935 EASTSIDE VISITOR HAS COLLECTION OF OLD VIOLINS (WALECKI, HERMANN) 1
March 28, 1935 J G BROWN TO OPEN NEW STORE NEXT TO YOUNGER'S 1
March 28, 1935 LOCAL DEALERS FORM GAS SHORTAGE 'POOL' 1
March 28, 1935 ANNUAL SPRINGTIME 'DRIVE ON DIRT' TO START ON MONDAY 1
March 28, 1935 CLUB ENDORSES PLAN TO TURN 'STOCKADE' TO SHERIFF'S OFFICE 1
March 28, 1935 EPIDEMIC OF DOG POISONING AGAIN BREAKS OUT ON EASTSIDE 1
March 28, 1935 GIRL WINS CANDY - WITH NEWS CLIPPING FROM EAST SIDE JOURNAL 5
March 28, 1935 TAX COLLECTORS HALT REMOVAL OF MILL MACHINERY 1
April 4, 1935 EASTSIDE FEED MILL SUPPLIES FOOD FOR THREE-QUARTER MILLION CHICKS 4
April 4, 1935 ONLY CUB MISTRESS IN U.S. TO RELINQUISH POSITION (ESTY, MAE BELLE 1
April 4, 1935 BORDEN'S SOON TO OPEN FEED STORE IN KIRKLAND 1
April 4, 1935 KIRKLAND WILL BE PUBLICIZED ON EASTSIDE (YOUNGER'S MINTS SIGNS) 1
April 4, 1935 HIGH SCHOOL HOLDS MINSTREL SHOW FRIDAY 1
April 4, 1935 HIGH SCHOOL HOLDS MINSTREL SHOW FRIDAY 1
April 4, 1935 CLEAN-UP WEEK ENDS WITH FINAL DIRT DRIVE 1
April 4, 1935 CITY TO BUILD TWO NEW WATER TANKS AT SOURCE OF SUPPLY 1
April 4, 1935 CITY TO USE GAS TAX FOR PAVING OLD BLACK-TOP 1
April 4, 1935 FULLY EQUIPPED PROWLER CAR TO START ON RURAL RUN NEXT WEEK 1
April 4, 1935 ONLY CUB MISTRESS IN U.S. TO RELINQUISH POSITION (ESTY, MAE BELLE 1
April 4, 1935 EASTSIDE WOMEN KEEP IN STEP WITH STYLE - HOLD FASHION SHOW 1
April 4, 1935 KIRKLAND TO BE HOST TO SVIA TRACK STARS 1
April 4, 1935 K-NINE STARTS LEAGUE GAMES EASTER SUNDAY 1
April 4, 1935 ADULT CLASSES HEAR DUFFEY ON JEW TOPIC 4
April 4, 1935 FERRY KEEPS SCHEDULE DESPITE FUEL BLOCKADE 1
April 4, 1935 CITY TO USE GAS TAX FOR PAVING OLD BLACK-TOP 1
April 4, 1935 CITY TO BUILD TWO NEW WATER TANKS AT SOURCE OF SUPPLY 1
April 4, 1935 EVELYN SMYE, ARTHUR BAIER 7
April 4, 1935 EVELYN SMYE, ARTHUR BAIER 8
April 4, 1935 MABLE GORDEN, LOREN BETTES 4
April 4, 1935 WOOLEN MILL TRUCKS MOVE FORWARD AGAIN 1
April 11, 1935 ATTEND KIRKLAND'S FIRST GRAND OPERA FRIDAY NIGHT 1
April 11, 1935 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 2
April 11, 1935 COUNTY STOPS WRECKING OF WOOLEN MILL BUILDING 1
April 11, 1935 ERNIE FLOYD TAKES OVER GROCERY STORE 1
April 11, 1935 MERCHANTS STAGE BIG CONTEST FOR SATURDAY 1
April 11, 1935 STUDENTS ENTERTAIN WITH MINSTREL SHOW 5
April 11, 1935 FISHER, JOHN 5
April 11, 1935 JOURNAL WILL ADD MAGAZINE FEATURE NEXT WEEK 1
April 11, 1935 COUNTY STOPS WRECKING OF WOOLEN MILL BUILDING 1
April 18, 1935 KIRKLAND OPERA RECEIVED BY EASTSIDERS - ENTHUSIASTIC 4
April 18, 1935 NEW CITY HALL PROPOSED BY FRANKLIN AT COUNCIL MEETING 5
April 18, 1935 MAY TEAR DOWN MILL BLD'G 1
April 18, 1935 NEW JUANITA INN OPENS IN FORMER TILLIE'S SHACK 5
April 18, 1935 EGG DRIVE ENDS - GATHER NEARLY 300 DOZ 5
April 18, 1935 GRADUATES OF KHS TO DON CAPS AND GOWNS FOR EXERCISES THIS YEAR 1
April 18, 1935 ROSE HILL PARTY - MEN COOK FOR WOMEN DRESSED LIKE KIDS 5
April 18, 1935 JAYCOX NAMED TO FILL COUNCIL SEAT - JOHNSON LEAVES TO TAKE TRIP 1
April 18, 1935 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL GOES ON SIXTH YEAR; CARED FOR OVER A THOUSAND 4
April 18, 1935 NEW JUANITA INN OPENS IN FORMER TILLIE'S SHACK 5
April 18, 1935 RIGSTAD, JOHN IVERSON 5
April 18, 1935 ROWE, WESLEY W 5
April 18, 1935 EASTSIDE GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH TO OPEN SATURDAY ON JUANITA LINK 5
April 18, 1935 KIRKLAND STARTS BALL SEASON SUNDAY 1
April 18, 1935 SVIA TRACK MEET TO BE MAY 4TH 1
April 18, 1935 EASTSIDE CHURCHES TO OBSERVE EASTER WITH SPECIAL SERVICES 5
April 18, 1935 PARKING PUZZLE TO BE SOLVED NEXT MONDAY AT COUNCIL 1
April 18, 1935 CONCRETE FORMS READY ON WATER TANK JOB 10
April 18, 1935 SWILL FRANCHISE AWARDED TO RAZZORE FOR FIVE MORE YEARS 5
April 18, 1935 MAY TEAR DOWN MILL BLD'G 1
April 25, 1935 TWENTY-FIFTH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED (ELSON, V L) 9
April 25, 1935 M ESTY HONORED WITH CONGRATS FROM SIR BADEN-POWELL 4
April 25, 1935 1 CENT DRIVE STARTS TO RAISE FUNDS FOR ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL 1
April 25, 1935 HIGH SCHOOL TO GRADUATE NEARLY 70 - SENIORS TO WEAR CAPS AND GOWN 1
April 25, 1935 WILL MAKE MAIL SURVEY HERE 1
April 25, 1935 COUNCIL TABLES PARKING PROPOSITION UNTIL LATER DATE 1
April 25, 1935 POPULAR CANDY MAKER CELEBRATES 9TH ANNIVERSARY OF MINT MAKING 1
April 25, 1935 PLAN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY 1
April 25, 1935 EVANGELIST NAMED TO BETHEL PASTORATE (EASON, ALICE) 4
April 25, 1935 BOATS TO RACE 1
April 25, 1935 LAKE SPAN NEAR REALIZATION SAYS EASTSIDER 1
May 2, 1935 JUANITA GROCERY TO OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 4
May 2, 1935 BLAZE DESTROYS HOME OF NORMAN AT HIGHLAND 4
May 2, 1935 BLAZE DESTROYS HOME OF NORMAN AT HIGHLAND 4
May 2, 1935 LEGION PREPARES FOR MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES ON MAY 30 1
May 2, 1935 BUCKLES, MINNIE JANE 4
May 2, 1935 MERCER, WALTER E 4
May 2, 1935 WOLFENBARGER, HUBERT C 4
May 2, 1935 EASTSIDE OLYMPICS HERE SAT. 1
May 2, 1935 FERRY SCHEDULE TO BE ERECTED AT FALL CITY 1
May 2, 1935 SEA SCOUT SHIP RECEIVED BY KIRKLAND SEA SCOUT TROOP 1
May 2, 1935 TOURIST TRAVEL ON LAKE WASHINGTON EXPECTED TO INCREASE 4
May 2, 1935 LEGION PREPARES FOR MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES ON MAY 30 1
May 9, 1935 NEW MACHINERY INSTALLED RECENTLY AT BREWER'S GARAGE 10
May 9, 1935 ADULT CLASSES TO BE DISCONTINUED AFTER THIS WEEK 1
May 9, 1935 SCHOOL BOARD SUPERINTENDENT RACE NARROWS 1
May 9, 1935 PUPPETEERS TO APPEAR AT HI SCHOOL TOMORROW AFTERNOON 1
May 9, 1935 CHAIN RACKET HITS EASTSIDE 1
May 9, 1935 MACLEOD, NORMAN D 4
May 9, 1935 KIRKLAND CAPTURES TRACK MEET FROM SEVENTEEN VALLEY SCHOOLS 1
May 9, 1935 WINS BOAT RACE ON LAKE WASHINGTON FOR FIFTH VICTORY (BLEITZ, JAMES) 1
May 9, 1935 10TH AVENUE W TO BE FIRST STREET ON OILING PROGRAM 1
May 16, 1935 EASTSIDER HEADS STATE H.O.L.C (NEWELL, A C) 1
May 16, 1935 SAFEWAY STORE CELEBRATES TWENTIETH BIRTHDAY WITH SALE 4
May 16, 1935 VETERANS' POPPY SALE TO BE TWO DAYS 1
May 16, 1935 COUNTY FIRE TRUCK TO GO ON TWENTY-FOUR HOUR DUTY 1
May 16, 1935 LEGION PREPARES FOR MEMORIAL DAY 1
May 16, 1935 BOSSARD, JOHN 1
May 16, 1935 COX, MRS GEORGE A 5
May 16, 1935 KIRKLAND SENDS 3 TRACK STARS TO STATE MEET 1
May 16, 1935 STREETS FIXED - COUNTY AIDS CITY IN GRADING 15TH 1
May 16, 1935 LEGION PREPARES FOR MEMORIAL DAY 1
May 16, 1935 VETERANS' POPPY SALE TO BE TWO DAYS 1
May 16, 1935 NEW PLAYFIELD MAY BE MADE OUT OF OLD MILL BUILDING SITE 1
May 23, 1935 KIRKLAND GIRL TAKES TWO WINS IN MUSIC MEET (STOCKFIETH, MARY JANE 6
May 23, 1935 ADDS NEW TEXACO TRUCKS TO FLEET (PHOTO OF BLAU'S) 11
May 23, 1935 FLAMES SPELL FINAL FATE OF WOOLEN MILL; LOSS SET AT $5000 8
May 23, 1935 HAPPY LANDINGS, CLASS OF '35, AND SUCCESS IN YOUR FLIGHT (PHOTOS) 9
May 23, 1935 HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY RE-ELECTED (PHOTOS) 7
May 23, 1935 SEVENTY KIRKLAND SENIORS TO BID ADIEU TO ALMA MATER WEDNESDAY 1
May 23, 1935 SUPPORT OF PROSSER SELECTED BY BOARD AS UNION A DISTRICT HEAD 1
May 23, 1935 KIRKLAND GIRL NAMED QUEEN OF BERRY FESTIVAL (BEACH, EVELYN) 1
May 23, 1935 FLAMES SPELL FINAL FATE OF WOOLEN MILL; LOSS SET AT $5000 8
May 23, 1935 HONOR VETS AT SCHOOL FIELD 1
May 23, 1935 WORLD'S FIRST STREAMLINED SHIP BEING BUILT NEAR KIRKLAND(KALAKALA 5
May 23, 1935 BRIDGMAN, CHARLES C 4
May 23, 1935 DANIELS, JAMES 1
May 23, 1935 JUANITA STARTS SCOUT TROOP WITH MEMBERSHIP OF 12 1
May 23, 1935 KIRKLAND STARS FAIL TO MAKE GRADE AT STATE TRACK MEET 1
May 23, 1935 KIRKLAND TRACK TEAM TAKES 2 MEETS (PHOTO) 6
May 23, 1935 HONOR VETS AT SCHOOL FIELD 1
May 23, 1935 FLAMES SPELL FINAL FATE OF WOOLEN MILL; LOSS SET AT $5000 8
May 30, 1935 CITY DADS TAKE OFFICE MON. 1
May 30, 1935 PATRIOTS MARCH IN MEMORIAL SERVICES HELD ON EASTSIDE 1
May 30, 1935 BERG, HAROLD O 4
May 30, 1935 CATTON, AGNES 4
May 30, 1935 KAPER, JACOB J 4
May 30, 1935 LYDON, MIKE 4
May 30, 1935 PRETTY, ARTHUR EDGAR 4
May 30, 1935 GOLF CELEBRITIES TO GIVE EXHIBITIONS 1
May 30, 1935 8000 CELEBRATE DIOCESAN MAY DAY AT ST EDWARD'S SEMINARY 1
May 30, 1935 FORCED LANDING MADE IN LAKE WHEN PLANE'S ENGINE FAILS 1
May 30, 1935 MARGARET SUZANNA HALTROP, RICHARD CHARLES SCHWARZ 5
May 30, 1935 RUTH TELL, ELMER SCHOEN 5
June 6, 1935 HAPPY VALLEY COUPLE CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING (TURPLE, GEORGE) 6
June 6, 1935 MORE EVIDENCE OF THE EASTSIDE'S RAPID PROGRESS (SCHMIDT'S BAKERY) 11
June 6, 1935 SATURDAY WILL BE 'GIFT DAY' - 72 MERCHANTS TAKE PART IN CONTEST 1
June 6, 1935 HIGH SCHOOL DAYS END FOR SEVENTY KHS SENIORS; JACOBSON HONORED 1
June 6, 1935 MAYOR NAMES CITY COMMITTEES 1
June 6, 1935 SLOT MACHINES IS FIRST QUESTION TO COME BEFORE COUNCIL 1
June 6, 1935 LOCAL SHIPYARD COMPLETES JOB ON LIGHTSHIP 88 1
June 6, 1935 GILBERT, E E 6
June 6, 1935 MILITARY MEMORIAL SPONSORED BY VFW BEAUTIFUL, STIRRING EVENT 4
June 6, 1935 FATHER RYAN TAKES PASTOR POST SUNDAY 1
June 6, 1935 WAYNE BRIDGE WILL BE CLOSED FOR FEW DAYS 1
June 13, 1935 ANNIVERSARY OF LUTHERAN CHURCH CELEBRATED SUNDAY 1
June 13, 1935 GIFT SATURDAY REPORTED SUCCESSFUL BY MANY WHO ATTEND 1
June 13, 1935 MERCHANTS MUST PAY SALES TAX WITH MONEY - NOT TOKENS 1
June 13, 1935 TWO KIRKLAND YOUTHS OPEN SERVICE STATION 1
June 13, 1935 BERRIES READY FOR FESTIVAL 1
June 13, 1935 ATTORNEY TO OPEN LAW OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING (POWELL, MAURICE D) 1
June 13, 1935 CONSTABLES TO STOP RACKET UNDER NEW LAW 1
June 13, 1935 POLICE RADIO AIDS IN CAPTURING THIEF IN KIRKLAND 1
June 13, 1935 CLURE, CHARLES E 5
June 20, 1935 GRAND HONOR CONFERRED ON R H COLLINS 1
June 20, 1935 KIRKLAND SHOPS COOPERATE AND GIVE S&H TRADING STAMPS 1
June 20, 1935 ESTHER AGARD, ROBERTSON WARD 12
June 20, 1935 U S TURNS DOWN KIRKLAND MAIL CARRIER SERVICE 1
June 20, 1935 EX-EASTSIDER VISITS OLD HAUNTS (BELL, JAMES) 1
June 20, 1935 POLICE FORCE INCREASED BY ADDITION OF SPECIAL OFFICER 7
June 20, 1935 RAYMOND, J H 12
June 20, 1935 TEW, ROSA JANE 12
June 20, 1935 THOMMASEN, HARRIET 12
June 20, 1935 PROVES SUPREMACY (MILLER, RALPH - ARCHERY) 5
June 20, 1935 WINS MAJOR VICTORY (JOHNSON, JIMMY) 1
June 20, 1935 REVIVE CITY WATER MAIN PLAN 1
June 27, 1935 ANNIVERSARY SALE AT FLOYD'S GROC. DRAWS LARGE CROWDS 1
June 27, 1935 NEW FEED STORE STARTED IN KIRKLAND BY FORMER EMPLOYEES 1
June 27, 1935 F.E.R.A. PLANS CANNERY HERE 1
June 27, 1935 COUNCIL TABLES PARKING ORDINANCE AFTER CONSIDERATION 1
June 27, 1935 HAMMOND, ALBERT E 1
June 27, 1935 WALKER, RUDOLPH 4
June 27, 1935 COUNCIL TABLES PARKING ORDINANCE AFTER CONSIDERATION 1
June 27, 1935 COUNTY AID IS PROMISED IN PAVING OLD BLACK-TOP ROAD 1
June 27, 1935 GOVERNMENT AID ASKED IN CONSTRUCTION OF LAKE BRIDGE 1
June 27, 1935 EASTSIDERS TOLD KIRKLAND WATER RATE VERY LOW 1
June 27, 1935 JEAN RYTHER, BRUCE FLANAGAN 8
June 27, 1935 MAY KNIGHT, JAY G COWAN 8
June 27, 1935 STELLA M BREWER, HAROLD MORELAND 4
July 4, 1935 DUNHAM & BOOTH (OPENING OF FEED STORE IN KIRKLAND) 6
July 4, 1935 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL (AD WITH PICTURE) 6
July 4, 1935 MOVE TO KIRKLAND (AD FROM FIRST NATIONAL BANK, KIRKLAND) 2
July 4, 1935 KIRKLAND BANK USED IN COURT ACTION TO TEST NEW TAX LAW 1
July 4, 1935 MOVE TO KIRKLAND (AD FROM FIRST NATIONAL BANK, KIRKLAND) 2
July 4, 1935 SCHOOL DISTRICT ALLOTTED $3,711 FROM STATE & COUNTY FUNDS 1
July 4, 1935 AL FLADLUND HAS NEW FORD V8 DELIVERY TRUCK 1
July 4, 1935 GRIFFITHS DAIRY OFFERS MANY PRIZES TO EASTSIDE CHILDREN 1
July 4, 1935 KIRKLAND BUTCHER SHIPS ORDER TO SOUTH AFRICA (HUBER, FRED) 5
July 4, 1935 SHINGLE HUNG OUT IN FRONT OF NEW KIRKLAND FEED STORE 1
July 4, 1935 TEN CENT STORE CHANGES OWNERSHIP ON DATE OF BIRTHDAY 1
July 4, 1935 ABANDON SEARCH FOR TWO YOUTHS DROWNED IN LAKE (WELCH & JOHNSON) 1
July 4, 1935 BOTHELL MAN HAS NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNING (GREGORY, ED F) 1
July 4, 1935 POPULATION AND BUILDING INCREASE ON EASTSIDE 1
July 4, 1935 SCHOOL DISTRICT ALLOTTED $3711 FROM STATE & COUNTY FUNDS 1
July 4, 1935 100 EASTSIDERS EMPLOYED ON JOB OF NOVEL VESSEL (FERRY KALAKALA) 1
July 4, 1935 KALAKALA MEANS BIG PAYROLL HERE 1
July 4, 1935 FERRY ENGINEER ARRESTED FOR POLLUTING BEACH WATERS WITH OIL 1
July 4, 1935 DEPENDS ON ENFORCEMENT (PARKING PROBLEMS IN KIRKLAND) 2
July 4, 1935 FERRY ENGINEER ARRESTED FOR POLLUTING BEACH WATERS WITH OIL 1
July 4, 1935 FERRY ENGINEER ARRESTED FOR POLLUTING BEACH WATERS WITH OIL 1
July 4, 1935 FREE SWIMMING CLASSES AT JUANITA JULY 22 - 26 1
July 4, 1935 BRINGS NOTORIETY TO LOCAL SHIPYARD (PHOTO OF KALAKALA MODEL) 5
July 4, 1935 KALAKALA MEANS BIG PAYROLL HERE 1
July 4, 1935 FIREARM RULING - EFFECTIVE JULY FIRST TO BE RIGIDLY ENFORCED 1
July 4, 1935 DICKINSON, SUSAN 5
July 4, 1935 PARIS, HUGH H 3
July 4, 1935 ZABLE ELECTED - PRESIDENT AT KIRKLAND SERVICE CLUB TUESDAY 1
July 4, 1935 ZABLE ELECTED PRESIDENT KIRKLAND SERVICE CLUB TUESDAY 1
July 4, 1935 FREE SWIMMING CLASSES AT JUANITA JULY 22 - 26 1
July 4, 1935 BRINGS NOTORIETY TO LOCAL SHIPYARD (PHOTO OF KALAKALA MODEL) 5
July 4, 1935 FERRY ENGINEER ARRESTED FOR POLLUTING BEACH WATERS WITH OIL 1
July 4, 1935 KALAKALA MEANS BIG PAYROLL HERE 1
July 4, 1935 SAVE TIME-DISTANCE-MONEY (FERRY SCHEDULE) 6
July 4, 1935 WATER SYSTEM EXPANSION PLAN AGAIN HITS SNAG 1
July 4, 1935 WATER SYSTEM EXTENSION PLAN AGAIN HITS SNAG.  (PIPELINE) 1
July 4, 1935 DORIS COLLINS, JOSEPH ERWIN CARR 9
July 4, 1935 PEGGY HUDSON, ROLLAND BENTON 5
July 11, 1935 DARIS (WOMEN'S APPAREL) 4
July 11, 1935 MOORE RADIO SERVICE (SELLS WASHERS, RANGES, REFRIGERATORS) 4
July 11, 1935 FRIENDS HONOR 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF MR & MRS MAGNUSSEN 3
July 11, 1935 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK (ASSETS/LIABILITIES) 2
July 11, 1935 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 2
July 11, 1935 STATEMENT OF BANK SHOWS BUSINESS RISE 1
July 11, 1935 STATEMENT OF BANK SHOWS BUSINESS RISE (DEPOSITS OF $619,289.03) 1
July 11, 1935 BETTY BEST, FASHION ARTIST HERE FROM DETROIT TO VISIT 5
July 11, 1935 KIRKLAND FUNERAL HOME OFFERS NEW TYPE OF SERVICE TO EASTSIDE 1
July 11, 1935 NEW ORDINANCE LIMITS PARKING TO 2 HOUR STOP 1
July 11, 1935 PAINTS BRIGHTEN EXTERIOR OF KIRKLAND FUNERAL HOME 1
July 11, 1935 PRIZE CONTEST BEING CONDUCTED HERE BY MOORE RADIO SHOP 4
July 11, 1935 STATEMENT OF BANK SHOWS BUSINESS RISE 1
July 11, 1935 F.E.R.A. TO OPEN CANNING CENTER IN ROSE HILL CLUBHOUSE MONDAY 1
July 11, 1935 VETS PREPARE FOR EMERGENCY DISASTER RELIEF 1
July 11, 1935 GOODWILL TRUCK TO STOP IN KIRKLAND WEDNESDAY 10
July 11, 1935 NO PERSON ESCAPES (ABOUT TAXES - 4 MONTHS WAGES GO FOR TAXES) 2
July 11, 1935 TIME TO GO TO WORK (GET INVOLVED IN COMMUNITY ELECTIONS FOR 1936) 2
July 11, 1935 KIRKLAND DANCER AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP AT CORNISH (CECELIA ELSON) 1
July 11, 1935 NEW SCHOOL HEAD ATTENDS EXECUTIVE CONFERENCE AT U (PAUL M PAIR) 1
July 11, 1935 MONEY ASKED FOR PAVING ON HIGHWAY ALONG SAMMAMISH (1000 JOBS) 3
July 11, 1935 ELLEN M NELSON, HJAIMAR O BRUNBERG 3
July 11, 1935 FERRY LINCOLN ABSOLVED FROM BLAME OF POLLUTING WATER 1
July 11, 1935 FERRY LINCOLN ABSOLVED FROM BLAME OF POLLUTING WATER (SEE JULY 4 1
July 11, 1935 CHICKS ROASTED WHEN BLAZE DESTROYS MEDINA HENNERY 1
July 11, 1935 COUNCIL PASSES NEW PARKING LAW 1
July 11, 1935 NEW ORDINANCE LIMITS PARKING TO 2 HOUR STOP 1
July 11, 1935 ORDINANCE NO. 406 (LOTS OF NEW LAWS FOR KIRKLAND) 8
July 11, 1935 FERRY LINCOLN ABSOLVED FROM BLAME OF POLLUTING WATER 1
July 11, 1935 FREE SWIM CLASSES TO BE AT JUANITA - LIFE-SAVING INSTRUCTION 1
July 11, 1935 COUNCIL PASSES NEW PARKING LAW 1
July 11, 1935 YOUTH CAPTURED AS EASTSIDE ICE-BOX LOOTER 4
July 11, 1935 CONDO, AUGUSTA 10
July 11, 1935 SERVICE CLUB GOES ROYAL AT INSTALLATION CEREMONY 1
July 11, 1935 H SCHNEIDER IS INSTALLED COMMANDER OF LEGION POST HERE 1
July 11, 1935 FLEET EXCURSION TO AGAIN BE SPONSORED BY BUSINESS WOMEN 1
July 11, 1935 RURAL CARRIERS ELECT KIRKLAND MAN TO HEAD ORGANIZATION (MADISON) 1
July 11, 1935 FREE SWIM CLASSES TO BE AT JUANITA - LIFE-SAVING INSTRUCTION 1
July 11, 1935 FERRY LINCOLN ABSOLVED FROM BLAME OF POLLUTING WATER 1
July 11, 1935 COUNCIL PASSES NEW PARKING LAW 1
July 11, 1935 WE MUST LEND OUR COOPERATION (KIRKLANDS WATER SUPPLY FROM SEATTLE 2
July 11, 1935 VETS PREPARE FOR EMERGENCY DISASTER RELIEF 1
July 11, 1935 EDNA FUQUA, KERMIT FOWLER 9
July 11, 1935 JANET WARE, ROBERT NEILSON 1
July 18, 1935 DIZZY DEAN POURS ONE IN (AD FOR GRAPE NUTS CEREAL) 3
July 18, 1935 EASTSIDE LETTUCE PACKERS KEEPING BUSY (WORK DAY AND NIGHT) 1
July 18, 1935 FOXES ESCAPE FROM UNION HILL FARM TAME, DON'T SHOOT! 3
July 18, 1935 CONCERT PIANIST LEAVES EASTSIDE AFTER 6-WEEK STAY (FRANTZ, DALIES 4
July 18, 1935 EASTSIDE LETTUCE PACKERS KEEPING BUSY - ARIES SHIPS 288000 HEADS 1
July 18, 1935 SCHOOL JANITOR ENTERS COAL & WOOD BUSINESS (WILLIAMS, JOHNNIE) 1
July 18, 1935 SLOT MACHINE QUESTION COMES BEFORE COUNCIL 1
July 18, 1935 CANNING ASKED FROM EASTSIDERS FOR ORTHOPEDIC GUIDE (CHILDRENS HOSPITAL) 1
July 18, 1935 THEY'RE OUT NOW - LET'S KEEP THEM OUT (SLOT MACHINES) 1
July 18, 1935 BOARD CUTS SPECIAL LEVY REQUEST 1
July 18, 1935 FEDERAL AID IS OFFERED GRADUATES AND HI STUDENTS 1
July 18, 1935 EASTSIDE LETTUCE PACKERS KEEPING BUSY (WORK DAY AND NIGHT) 1
July 18, 1935 ETHEL HUNTINGTON, EDWARD SHERMAN CARDIFF 4
July 18, 1935 ILIA JACOBSON, CLAYTON ERICKSON 3
July 18, 1935 STRANGE PHENOMENA OCCURS IN WELLS IN HIGHLAND DISTRICT 4
July 18, 1935 IF DOG BITES MAN (JUDGE ASKS KIRKLAND FOR LAW IF DOG BITES MAN) 1
July 18, 1935 ONLY 3 MILLS TO BE ASKED AT FALL ELECTION 1
July 18, 1935 SLOT MACHINE QUESTION COMES BEFORE COUNCIL 1
July 18, 1935 IF DOG BITES MAN (JUDGE ASKS KIRKLAND FOR LAW IF DOG BITES MAN) 1
July 18, 1935 NEW PARKING ORDINANCE GOES INTO EFFECT TOMORROW 1
July 18, 1935 REDMOND BOY LOSES BIKE; APPEALS TO EDITOR (MAGNUSSEN, JOHNNY) 8
July 18, 1935 CAMPFIRE GIRLS HOLD ALL-KIRKLAND DAY AT CABIN 4
July 18, 1935 O.E.S SPONSORS PICNIC AT CITY PARK; ALL MASONS INVITED 1
July 18, 1935 JOURNAL BACKS CHAMP TENNIS TOURNEY 1
July 18, 1935 JOURNAL BACKS EASTSIDE CHAMP TENNIS TOURNEY 1
July 18, 1935 FOUR BAPTIZED BY EVANGELIST EASON IN LAKE SUNDAY 4
July 18, 1935 TRANSPORTATION ASKED FOR KIDDIES TO FREE SWIM CLASSES 1
July 18, 1935 NEW PARKING ORDINANCE GOES INTO EFFECT TOMORROW 1
July 25, 1935 ASK FEDERAL AID ON PROJECT OF UNION 'A' SCHOOL 1
July 25, 1935 ASK FEDERAL AID ON PROJECT OF UNION 'A' SCHOOL (IMPROVEMENTS) 1
July 25, 1935 BOOKTER & SONS PURCHASE EAST SIDE BAKERY FROM DOUGLASS 1
July 25, 1935 BOOKTER'S EAST SIDE BAKERY, ANNOUNCING NEW BAKERY SERVICE FOR KIRKLAND 8
July 25, 1935 MEAT METHODS TOLD TO MERCHANTS AT SERVICE CLUB TUESDAY 1
July 25, 1935 PRIVATE PHONES SPEED SERVICE AT COLUMBIA LUMBER 1
July 25, 1935 FULL PAGE OF COMICS 4
July 25, 1935 BOY BURNED BY HOT ASHES LEFT IN BEACH CAMPFIRE (HOPKINS, JERRY) 1
July 25, 1935 ORTHOPEDIC TO EXCURSION WITH NEW KALAKALA (PHOTO OF FERRY) 4
July 25, 1935 ORTHOPEDIC TO GIVE EXCURSION ON KALAKALA (NEW "FLYING BIRD") 1
July 25, 1935 COMMUNITY SPIRIT (LACKING IN KIRKLAND) 2
July 25, 1935 LOCAL VOCALIST INCLUDED ON PROGRAM W/ CARRIE BOND (CROW, LUCILLE) 4
July 25, 1935 ALL-CITY PICNIC TO BE HELD AUG 11 1
July 25, 1935 SLOT MACHINES RULED OUT BY KIRKLAND DADS 1
July 25, 1935 LOCAL JUSTICES CONTINUE TO BRING NOTORIETY (SMITH, ERWIN M) 1
July 25, 1935 SLOT MACHINES RULED OUT BY KIRKLAND DADS 1
July 25, 1935 FISS, SARAH 3
July 25, 1935 SANDALL, AUGUST EMIL 4
July 25, 1935 FLEET AT NIGHT TO BE VIEWED AUG 1 BY BUSINESS WOMEN 1
July 25, 1935 KIRKLAND GIRL IS YOUNGEST HEAD OF U.S. BUSINESS WOMEN (MCLAUGHLIN 1
July 25, 1935 SWIM CLASSES BENEFIT 300 KIDDIES WITH FREE INSTRUCTION 5
July 25, 1935 TENNIS TOURNEY STARTS AUG 3RD; ENTRIES CLOSE SATURDAY 1
July 25, 1935 BETHEL PASTORS TO CONVENE HERE AT FELLOWSHIP MEETING 1
July 25, 1935 PEOPLE'S CHURCH IS NEW ORGANIZATION UNDENOMINATIONAL 1
July 25, 1935 PUGET POWER "TAXES EAT UP RATE REDUCTIONS!" ADVERTISEMENT 9
July 25, 1935 WATER SYSTEM PLAN DEFEATED, 5 TO 4, BY SEATTLE COUNCIL 1
July 25, 1935 ELIZABETH LENTZ, WILLIAM ALLEN 3
August 1, 1935 EAST SIDE JOURNAL ($1.50 PER YEAR, OUTSIDE U.S. $2.00 PER YEAR) 6
August 1, 1935 REX DRUG STORE (LG AD, REX GIVING AWAY 10 CHEVROLET SEDANS) 7
August 1, 1935 STEAMER SIGHTSEER ATTRACTS FOREIGN VISITORS (L.W. TOURS) 4
August 1, 1935 EARLY FLIGHT RECALLED BY EASTSIDER (GERMANN, WILLIAM) 4
August 1, 1935 EASTSIDER VICTOR IN U OF W TENNIS TOURNAMENT (JOHNSON, MORTON) 1
August 1, 1935 SCHOOL PROJECT TO INCREASE EFFICIENCY OF SCHOOL BUILDING 1
August 1, 1935 10 CHEVROLETS TO PARADE ON STREETS OF KIRKLAND SATURDAY 1
August 1, 1935 DRIVER INJURED AS TANK TRUCK BURSTS AFLAME (GRANT, GRANVILLE) 1
August 1, 1935 HI INSTRUCTOR PROMOTED TO PRINCIPAL (JOHNSON, MORTON) 1
August 1, 1935 CITY PLANS 6 MILES OF SIDEWALKS (W.P.A.   WIDE WOOD WALKS) 1
August 1, 1935 CITY PLANS 6 MILES OF SIDEWALKS, NEW SIDEWALKS BUILD BY WPA 1
August 1, 1935 LOCAL SHIPYARD LOW BIDDER ON $225,000 SHIP (BID WAS $177,000) 1
August 1, 1935 AMY RYTHER, CARL LOHMER 9
August 1, 1935 ALL-CITY PICNIC ON HI SCHOOL FIELD EXPECTED TO ATTRACT WHOLE TOWN 1
August 1, 1935 OLD SETTLERS TO REMINISCE AT PIONEER PICNIC 1
August 1, 1935 LOCAL SHIPYARD LOW BIDDER ON $225,000 SHIP 1
August 1, 1935 CROWDS PACK HALL TO WITNESS TRIAL OF KIRKLAND JUSTICE 3
August 1, 1935 COOPER, JOE RILEY 5
August 1, 1935 MASONS GATHER AT CITY PARK SUNDAY FOR ANNUAL PICNIC 1
August 1, 1935 MEMBERS HEAR HISTORY OF PETROLEUM (STANDARD OIL/KIRKLAND BUS. MEN) 1
August 1, 1935 LEGIONNAIRES TO ATTEND STATE CONVENTION AT TACOMA 3
August 1, 1935 AWAIT AWARDS FOR PROWESS SHOWN AT SWIM CLASSES (300 KIDS) 5
August 1, 1935 TENNIS TOURNEY STARTS SATURDAY, 3RD 1
August 1, 1935 EARLY FLIGHT RECALLED BY EASTSIDER (GERMANN,'09,SAW WRIGHT BROS.) 4
August 1, 1935 STEAMER SIGHTSEER ATTRACTS FOREIGN VISITORS (PHOTO) 4
August 1, 1935 BRIDGE PROJECT FOR SPANNING LAKE SUBMITTED TO GOV'T 5
August 1, 1935 CITY PLANS 6 MILES OF SIDEWALKS 1
August 6, 1935 THE WHITE YOKOHAMA (CHICKENS WITH 20 FOOT TAILS AND INFO) 11
August 6, 1935 SERVICE CLUB '35 PROGRAM IS CONSTRUCTIVE (COVER HI GRAND STANDS) 1
August 6, 1935 W.P.A. AGAIN OFFERS AID TO CENTRAL SCHOOL ($40,000) 1
August 6, 1935 CAMPFIRE GIRLS HOLD 'KIRKLAND' DAY AT WAKODA CABIN 2
August 6, 1935 BUSINESS WOMEN REPORT EXCURSION AS ONE OF BEST EVER 1
August 8, 1935 FAMOUS STEIN SONG COMPOSER VISITING KIRKLAND (SPRAGUE, ADELBERT) 6
August 8, 1935 WPA AGAIN OFFERS AID TO CENTRAL SCHOOL 1
August 8, 1935 CARL DOUGLASS AND WIFE INJURED IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT 1
August 8, 1935 EASTSIDER HURT IN FALL RESCUING FELLOW STEELWORKER (LENNOX, SAM) 1
August 8, 1935 STAGE SET FOR ALL-CITY PICNIC 1
August 8, 1935 SERVICE CLUB '35 PROGRAM IS CONSTRUCTIVE 1
August 8, 1935 BUSINESS WOMEN REPORT EXCURSION AS ONE OF BEST EVER 1
August 8, 1935 TENNIS TOURNEY ENTERS SECOND ROUND 1
August 8, 1935 EASTSIDE RESIDENTIAL LIGHT RATES CUT 1
August 15, 1935 FOUNDERS SALE (SAFEWAY AD CELEBRATING 20 YEARS...FULL PAGE AD) 8
August 15, 1935 FREE INSPECTION OF ELECTRIC RANGES (BY PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT 7
August 15, 1935 EASTSIDER GETS FEATURED SPOT ON KOMO RADIO PROGRAM (CROW, LUCILE) 1
August 15, 1935 BEER LICENSES FOR 1936 WILL PUT MANY OUT OF BUSINESS 1
August 15, 1935 HARLOW GIVES UP BUSINESS BECAUSE OF FAILING HEALTH 1
August 15, 1935 LARGER SPACE TAKEN BY BUSINESS OF MOORE RADIO SERVICE 1
August 15, 1935 DOUGLASS' BACK FROM EVERETT HOSPITAL AFTER AUTO ACCIDENT 1
August 15, 1935 KIRKLAND WOMAN DROWNS IN RIVER WHILE BATHING (STEVENS, THELMA) 1
August 15, 1935 GOODWILL TRUCK TO VISIT EASTSIDE HOMES AUGUST 21 5
August 15, 1935 OPPORTUNITIES HERE ON EASTSIDE (SPEAKER TELLS OF N.W. GROWTH) 1
August 15, 1935 IT TAKES NEW BLOOD (SUCCESS OF ALL CITY PICNIC DUE TO NEW PEOPLE) 2
August 15, 1935 POWER BY FORCE (VIEWS AGAINST HITLER) 2
August 15, 1935 THE FRUITS OF CAPITALISM (POSITIVE VIEWS ON CAPITALISM) 2
August 15, 1935 VACATIONS WILL END FOR NEARLY 1200 STUDENTS 1
August 15, 1935 EASTSIDER GETS FEATURED SPOT ON KOMO RADIO PROGRAM (CROW, LUCILE) 1
August 15, 1935 NORTHWEST FILM SHOWN FOR FOUR DAYS AT GATEWAY (CALL OF THE WILD) 5
August 15, 1935 FIRST ALL-CITY PICNIC DEEMED SUCCESSFUL 1
August 15, 1935 COUNCIL PASSES TENTATIVE CITY BUDGET FOR '36 1
August 15, 1935 COUNCIL VOTES TO ACCEPT CAMPBELL'S GIFT TO CITY (50' OF LAND) 1
August 15, 1935 FREE CLINIC TO BE HELD AT SCHOOLS BEFORE OPENING DATE 1
August 15, 1935 PIONEER PICNIC HAS NEARLY HUNDRED IN ATTENDANCE SUNDAY 1
August 15, 1935 PICKETS PICKET DEMOCRATIC PICNIC (NON-UNION MUSICIANS) 1
August 15, 1935 COUNCIL VOTES TO ACCEPT CAMPBELL'S GIFT TO CITY (50' OF LAND) 1
August 15, 1935 EASTSIDER GETS FEATURED SPOT ON KOMO RADIO PROGRAM (CROW, LUCILE) 1
August 15, 1935 GARDNER, LORENA 3
August 15, 1935 METCALFE, ELLEN M 5
August 15, 1935 HORSESHOE CLUB ORGANIZED FOR PLAYERS OF BARNYARD GOLF 1
August 15, 1935 HORSESHOE CLUB ORGANIZED FOR PLAYERS OF BARNYARD GOLF 1
August 15, 1935 PROTESTS SHIFT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME TO ROSLYN 1
August 15, 1935 TENNIS TOURNEY NEARS FINAL STAGES - MEN START SLOWING 1
August 15, 1935 PEOPLE'S CHURCH ELECTS OFFICERS FOR BIBLE SCHOOL AND C.E. 1
August 15, 1935 FREE INSPECTION OF ELECTRIC RANGES (BY PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT 7
August 15, 1935 BERNICE PERRIGO, HAROLD C BROWN 4
August 22, 1935 PAGE OF BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS 5
August 22, 1935 SHIRLEY TEMPLE IN FILM 'CURLY TOP' TONIGHT (REVIEW OF FILM) 4
August 22, 1935 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED TO GRADUATE OF KIRKLAND HI (FORBES, BETTY) 1
August 22, 1935 SCREEN TESTS OF KIRKLAND MERCHANTS TO BE SHOWN TONITE 1
August 22, 1935 SCREEN TESTS OF KIRKLAND MERCHANTS TO BE SHOWN TONITE 1
August 22, 1935 COUNCIL REVIVES ISSUE TO MAKE KIRKLAND A THIRD CLASS CITY 1
August 22, 1935 CLASS REUNION TO BE HELD BY CLASS OF '33 AT TAVERN 1
August 22, 1935 KIRKLAND TO HAVE FREE COOKING SCHOOL 1
August 22, 1935 MIRIAM STOVER RESIGNS AS HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC TEACHER 1
August 22, 1935 TEACHING STAFF AT GRADE SCHOOL NAMED FOR YEAR 1
August 22, 1935 STUDENTS TO BE GIVEN JANITOR JOBS AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 1
August 22, 1935 AMY RYTHER, CARL LOHMER 9
August 22, 1935 OZELLA MAYSON, WILLIAM MEANY 8
August 22, 1935 CITY DADS AGAIN RULE OUT SLOT MACHINES FROM CITY 1
August 22, 1935 COUNCIL REVIVES ISSUE TO MAKE KIRKLAND A THIRD CLASS CITY 1
August 22, 1935 STUDENTS TO BE GIVEN JANITOR JOBS AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 1
August 22, 1935 FREE CLINIC MAY BE HELD ANNUALLY FOR PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN 1
August 22, 1935 MULLINS, ELINORE 4
August 22, 1935 RAINE, MARY 4
August 22, 1935 CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS TOURNEY TO BE PLAYED SUNDAY, 2 PM 1
August 22, 1935 K-NINE TO BATTLE AUBURN RED SOX FOR CHAMP TITLE 1
August 29, 1935 PUYALLUP FAIR, SEPT 16 TO 22 9
August 29, 1935 FAMED DOCTOR FROM INDIA VISITS EASTSIDE (WOODARD, ADELAIDE) 5
August 29, 1935 SERVICES HELDIN MOMORY OF VICTIMS OF LAKE TRAGEDY (TWO 18 YR OLDS 5
August 29, 1935 EASTSIDE SCHOOLS TO OPEN WEDNESDAY - MANY CHANGES 1
August 29, 1935 HOME ECONOMICS TEACHER LEAVES FOR TACOMA (MURRAY, JANE) 1
August 29, 1935 RECORD VOTE NEEDED TO CARRY ESSENTIAL HIGH SCHOOL LEVY 1
August 29, 1935 SCHOOL PREPARES FOR FOOTBALL SEASON - ISSUE SUITS 1
August 29, 1935 TRUANT OFFICER AND FULL-TIME NURSE EMPLOYED BY SCHOOLS 1
August 29, 1935 ONLY COUNTY-WIDE FAIR TO BE HELD AT REDMOND SATURDAY 7
August 29, 1935 ARMY TO RECRUIT EASTSIDERS IN KIRKLAND FRIDAY, AUGUST 30 4
August 29, 1935 COLVIN, LAURA 5
August 29, 1935 JOHNSON, HOWARD 5
August 29, 1935 RUNNALIS, WILLIAM UPTON 10
August 29, 1935 WELCH, LELAND 5
August 29, 1935 EASTSIDE CLUB TO WITHDRAW FROM SEATTLE AFFILIATION 4
August 29, 1935 FEDERATED CLUB TOLD OF RELIEF WORK IN STATE 1
August 29, 1935 RECORD VOTE NEEDED TO CARRY ESSENTIAL HIGH SCHOOL LEVY 1
August 29, 1935 TOURIST TRAVEL IN NORTHWEST RAPIDLY GROWING, SAY RECORDS 2
August 29, 1935 KIRKLAND PLAYS AUBURN RED SOX SUNDAY IN FINAL 1
August 29, 1935 RECORD CROWD ATTENDS TENNIS TOURNEY 1
August 29, 1935 LAKE BRIDGE STEP NEARER TO REALIZATION - TOLL CHARGE TO HELP 1
August 29, 1935 CARYL JOHNSTON, FRANK SMETANA 10
August 29, 1935 VELMA MCQUIGG, DARELD CHAMNESS 4
September 5, 1935 ALL COLOR MOVIE TO BE ON GATEWAY'S SCREEN FOR WEEK-END 5
September 5, 1935 BULBS TO RAISE INCOMES OF GROWERS IN WESTERN WASHINGTON 5
September 5, 1935 R W NEIGHBOR LEAVES FERRY SERVICE EMPLOY 1
September 5, 1935 KIRKLAND VACANT STORES FAST FILLING 1
September 5, 1935 KIRKLAND YOUTH FATALLY INJURED IN CCC TRUCK TRAGEDY(J C PERRON,18 1
September 5, 1935 THE SCHOOL NEEDS YOUR VOTE 1
September 5, 1935 CIVIC CLUBS TO MAKE CONCERTED DRIVE FOR SCHOOL LEVY VOTES 1
September 5, 1935 ENROLLMENT AT HIGH SCHOOLS REACHES NEW MARK 1
September 5, 1935 EXTRA TEACHER TO BE ADDED TO STAFF OF JR AND SR HIGH 1
September 5, 1935 MANY TEACHERS ATTEND COLLEGES FOR SUMMER SESSIONS 1
September 5, 1935 ALL COLOR MOVIE TO BE ON GATEWAY'S SCREEN FOR WEEK-END 5
September 5, 1935 PRELIMINARY BUDGET FOR THE TOWN OK KIRKLAND FOR THE YEAR 1936 7
September 5, 1935 COUNTY PLACES ADDED LEVY ON PHONE POLES 1
September 5, 1935 JUDGE A STARK MOVES LAW OFFICE TO KIRKLAND BANK BLDG 1
September 5, 1935 RANSACK HOUSE WHILE OWNERS AWAY ON LABOR DAY TRIP (WICK, G M) 1
September 5, 1935 BROWN, HERBERT W 5
September 5, 1935 PERRON, JOHN CHARLES 1
September 5, 1935 EASTSIDE WOMAN OPEN REALTY OFFICE IN HARLOW'S LOCATION 1
September 5, 1935 BASEBALL YEAR SUCCESSFUL WITHOUT CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE 4
September 5, 1935 KIRKLAND DROPS CHAMP TITLE TO AUBURN RED SOX 1
September 5, 1935 R W NEIGHBOR LEAVES FERRY SERVICE EMPLOY 1
September 5, 1935 AMY RYTHER, CARL LOHMER 7
September 5, 1935 GENEVIEVE HEEGARD, DAVID OSTBERG 8
September 5, 1935 RUTH ALICE GREEN, J MILTON PRICHARD 3
September 12, 1935 KIRKLAND HARDWARE, (LARGE FALL AD) 9
September 12, 1935 NOVELTY GIFT SHOP, IN BANK BUILDING, KIRKLAND, GIFTS, 9
September 12, 1935 FARM SETTLERS TO BE GIVEN SPECIAL AGRICULTURAL AID 7
September 12, 1935 KIRKLAND BANK WINS TEST CASE IN SUPERIOR COURT 1
September 12, 1935 NEW GRADE SCHOOL BUILDING GETS LOCAL WPA APPROVAL 1
September 12, 1935 GATEWAY THEATRE TO HONOR WILL ROGERS 1
September 12, 1935 KIRKLAND STORE OPENS WITH NEW LINE OF NOVELTY BUSINESS 1
September 12, 1935 BODY OF LAKE VICTIM IDENTIFIED BY RELATIVES (ALBERT A YOUNG, 77) 1
September 12, 1935 CARL STONEFELT KILLED WHEN AUTO CRASHES INTO TRUCK (23 YEARS OLD) 1
September 12, 1935 KIRKLAND STORE OPENS WITH NEW LINE OF NOVELTY BUSINESS (GIFTS) 1
September 12, 1935 CENTRAL SCHOOL ENROLLMENT DECLINES; HI SCHOOLS ADVANCE 4
September 12, 1935 ESPERANTO CLASSES TO RESUME AT HI SCHOOL 5
September 12, 1935 MUSICAL EDUCATION OFFERED STUDENTS - NEED INSTRUMENTS 1
September 12, 1935 SCHOOL FULL TIME NURSE PLAN SPREADS 1
September 12, 1935 SCHOOL LEVY LOSES WITH 95% FAVORABLE VOTE 1
September 12, 1935 SCHOOL PATROL TO BE SUPPLIED WITH RAIN HATS AND COATS 1
September 12, 1935 TEACHER ADDED TO HI SCHOOL STAFF BY SCHOOL BOARD (COWLEY, RUTH) 1
September 12, 1935 TEACHERS TAKE SUMMER COURSES AT COLLEGES FAR & NEAR 5
September 12, 1935 NEW GRADE SCHOOL BUILDING GETS LOCAL W.P.A. 1
September 12, 1935 WPA WORK HOURS SET AT MAXIMUM OF 130 PER WEEK 5
September 12, 1935 WPA WORK HOURS SET AT MAXIMUM OF 130 PER WEEK (TYPO, MEANS MONTH 5
September 12, 1935 LOIS R STEWART, EDWIN J MILLER 3
September 12, 1935 MARGARET SHAW, JOSEPH SIGEL 3
September 12, 1935 GATEWAY THEATRE TO HONOR WILL ROGERS 1
September 12, 1935 PRELIMINARY BUDGET FOR THE TOWN OF KIRKLAND FOR THE YEAR 1936 7
September 12, 1935 NEW GRADE SCHOOL BUILDING GETS LOCAL W.P.A. 1
September 12, 1935 WPA WORK HOURS SET AT MAXIMUM OF 130 PER WEEK 5
September 12, 1935 SCHOOL FULL TIME NURSE PLAN SPREADS 1
September 12, 1935 SCHOOL FULL-TIME NURSE PLAN SPREADS 1
September 12, 1935 BODY OF LAKE VICTIM IDENTIFIED BY RELATIVES (YOUNG, ALBERT A) 1
September 12, 1935 LIQUOR PERMITS EXPIRE SEPTEMBER 30 1
September 12, 1935 THIRTY CASES OF EGGS STOLEN FROM SWEEN'S 1
September 12, 1935 BENNETT, JUSTIN T "PUG" (BASEBALL HERO) 1
September 12, 1935 SCOTT, ANNA 3
September 12, 1935 STONEFELT, CARL 1
September 12, 1935 YOUNG, ALBERT A 1
September 12, 1935 CORNELIUS ROOT NOMINATED HEAD OF CINCINNATUS 1
September 12, 1935 SEATTLE MAYOR TO SPEAK TUES IN SERVICE CLUB 1
September 12, 1935 LEGION STARTS DRIVE FOR MEMBERSHIP IN KIRKLAND POST 1
September 12, 1935 LOCAL LEGION WILL BE HOSTS TO COUNTY CONFERENCE OCTOBER 17 1
September 12, 1935 POST OFFICE BIDS AGAIN REQUESTED FOR KIRKLAND LOCATION 1
September 12, 1935 TRADE - USED FURNITURE, TOOLS FOR CHICKENS 6
September 12, 1935 CARYL JOHNSTON, FRANCIS SMETANA 9
September 19, 1935 CHICKEN LESS THAN 6 MONTHS OLD LAYS 2 3/4 OUNCE EGG (MCPHAIL) 1
September 19, 1935 KIRKLAND BOYS ADVENTURE ON SOUND IN 16" CRAFT (MCGUIRE, WILSON) 1
September 19, 1935 KIRKLAND BOYS ADVENTURE ON SOUND IN 16-FOOT CRAFT (REED, GARY) 1
September 19, 1935 KIRKLAND MAN FEARS FOR SON HELD BY NAZI'S (SIMPSON, LAWRENCE) 1
September 19, 1935 LUCILE CROW ON REGULAR STAFF OF KOMO AND KJR 1
September 19, 1935 LICENSE FEES ON LOCAL BUSINESSES REPEALED BY COUNCIL 1
September 19, 1935 MERCHANTS PAY $11073; SCHOOLS HERE RECEIVE $10748 1
September 19, 1935 COUNCIL APPOINTS H CROW AS CEMETERY CARETAKER 1
September 19, 1935 KIRKLAND BOYS ADVENTURE ON SOUND IN 16 FOOT CRAFT 1
September 19, 1935 CONSTITUTION IS OBSERVED AT SCHOOL WITH FINE PROGRAM 1
September 19, 1935 WOMEN RECEIVE EMPLOYMENT THRU NEW PROGRAM 5
September 19, 1935 EAST SIDE JOURNAL TO SPONSOR PRIZE WINNING DAHLIA SHOW NEXT WEEK 1
September 19, 1935 CITY FATHERS LAUDED BY EXAMINER AFTER COMPLETE AUDIT OF BOOKS 1
September 19, 1935 LICENSE FEES ON LOCAL BUSINESSES REPEALED BY COUNCIL 1
September 19, 1935 COUNTY LIFTS FEE PROPOSED FOR PHONE POLE INSPECTION 1
September 19, 1935 J C STEVENSON NAMES BOYLE AS ROAD SUPERVISOR 1
September 19, 1935 WOMEN RECEIVE EMPLOYMENT THRU NEW PROGRAM 5
September 19, 1935 CURTIS, MRS. IDA (MOTHER OF D K MacDONALD, 71 YRS, FROM CANADA) 4
September 19, 1935 ELECTRIC BILLS LOW, SURVEY REVEALS; PHONE BILLS ON PAR WITH LIGHT 1
September 26, 1935 KIRKLAND BANK DEPOSITS PERMANENTLY GUARANTEED 10
September 26, 1935 BEAR RECOVERS KIRKLANDITE'S SUITCASE (KAY, THEO) 1
September 26, 1935 HUNTS POINT GIRL SAILS TOMORROW ON TOUR OF JAPAN (YABUKI, CONNIE 1
September 26, 1935 KIRKLAND TIRE CO TO GIVE NIGHT SERVICE TO EASTSIDE 1
September 26, 1935 SEATTLE MAN TAKES OVER HUME'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP 3
September 26, 1935 DATE OF FREE COOKING SCHOOL SET FOR FRIDAY, OCT 11, AT GATEWAY 1
September 26, 1935 DRAINAGE TASK DISCUSSED AT SERVICE CLUB (DRAIN SAMMAMISH VALLEY) 1
September 26, 1935 THOUSANDS OF BLOOMS READY FOR JOURNAL FREE DAHLIA SHOW 1
September 26, 1935 FISHER, LAWRENCE H 5
September 26, 1935 RICHARDSON, RUTH 5
September 26, 1935 STITELER, BETTY 5
September 26, 1935 STATE COMMANDER TO BE AT CONFERENCE HERE (LEGIONNAIRES) 1
September 26, 1935 ELECTION HELD AT COMMUNITY CHURCH FOR OFFICERS OF YEAR 1
September 26, 1935 WCTU COUNTY CONVENTION HERE 5
September 26, 1935 KIRKLAND POWER CO OFFICE RECEIVES NEATNESS AWARD 10
September 26, 1935 BESSIE WILLIAMS, BURTON CLARKE 8
September 26, 1935 JOSEPHINE SMITH, MARINER BRYANT 8
October 3, 1935 SEND FOR THIS GIFT! DIONNE 'QUINTS' BIRTHDAY BOWL ($.10) 3
October 3, 1935 CHARLES WATTS' PUPPY TAKES SPOTLIGHT; STATE CHAMPION 4
October 3, 1935 LAW FIRM OPENS OFFICES IN BANK BUILDING (CONOVER & OSBORN) 1
October 3, 1935 FLAMES DESTROY JOHNSON SHINGLE MILL YESTERDAY EVENING 1
October 3, 1935 TINY TOT KILLED ATTEMPTING TO CROSS JUANITA HIWAY BRIDGE 1
October 3, 1935 TINY TOT KILLED ATTEMPTING TO CROSS JUANITA HIWAY BRIDGE (PENNELL 1
October 3, 1935 LAW FIRM OPENS OFFICES IN BANK BUILDING TUESDAY (CONOVER & OSBORN 1
October 3, 1935 REAL STATEMANSHIP NEEDED (CUT SPENDING, TAXING, ETC.) 2
October 3, 1935 COOKING SCHOOL PROGRAM TO INCLUDE FREE ENTERTAINMENT 1
October 3, 1935 SCHOOLS MAY LOSE COUNTY SUPPORT 1
October 3, 1935 BASEBALL DANCE TO FEATURE MUSIC ON SILAS & MIRANDY 1
October 3, 1935 PUBLIC HEARING ON DRAINAGE DISTRICT TO BE HELD IN KIRKLAND (SAMM) 1
October 3, 1935 ZOO GETS FINE SPECIMEN FROM EASTSIDE; LARGE PORCUPINE 5
October 3, 1935 FIVE HUNDRED VIEW EXHIBITS IN DAHLIA SHOW 1
October 3, 1935 FIRE PREVENTION STRESSED DURING WEEK OF OCTOBER 6 TO 12 8
October 3, 1935 FLAMES DESTROY JOHNSON SHINGLE MILL YESTERDAY EVENING 1
October 3, 1935 WPA FUND TO AID FISH HATCHERY FOR EASTSIDE 3
October 3, 1935 CALKINS, CHARLES EDWIN 4
October 3, 1935 PENNELL, FRANK WALTER 1
October 3, 1935 FEDERATED CLUB HEARS WETTRICK ON CONSTITUTION 1
October 3, 1935 KIRKLAND CHURCH JOINS SOCIAL ACTION; REFERENDUM ON WAR 5
October 3, 1935 PUBLIC HEARING ON DRAINAGE DISTRICT TO BE HELD IN KIRKLAND 1
October 3, 1935 MARGARET SHAW, JOSEPH SIGEL 3
October 10, 1935 MR AND MRS GRAYBURN CELEBRATE (SILVER) ANNIVERSARY 9
October 10, 1935 TWO HELD AFTER CAUGHT CUTTING TREES IN STATE PARK HERE 1
October 10, 1935 WHALERS RETURN FROM ALASKAN WATERS 1
October 10, 1935 FREE COOKING SCHOOL IN GATEWAY THEATRE TO START AT 2 PM SHARP 1
October 10, 1935 TEACHER ADDED TO JR HIGH FACULTY THRU AID OF WPA 1
October 10, 1935 DEMONSTRATION STUMP BURNING TO BE HELD NEAR KIRKLAND 5
October 10, 1935 CITY DADS REDUCE TAXES 1
October 10, 1935 FOREIGN GOODS ARE MOST EXPENSIVE, SPEAKER TELLS CLUB 1
October 10, 1935 $5500 AWARDED TO EASTSIDE WOMAN FOR LOSS OF SON 1
October 10, 1935 TWO HELD AFTER CAUGHT CUTTING TREES IN STATE PARK HERE 1
October 10, 1935 800 BOOKS ADDED TO LIBRARY SHELVES DURING PAST YEAR 1
October 10, 1935 BROWN, DAVID 5
October 10, 1935 LIEBIG, ARTHUR L 5
October 10, 1935 KIRKLAND WILL BE MECCA FOR COUNTY LEGIONNAIRES THURSDAY 1
October 10, 1935 SUNDAY SCHOOL COURSE INAUGURATED AT PEOPLES CHURCH 4
October 17, 1935 PINES FLORAL CO PURCHASES 40-ACRE TRACT IN REDMOND 1
October 17, 1935 EASTSIDER WRITES ARTICLE FOR NATIONAL PUBLICATION (TREMPER, EDWARD) 5
October 17, 1935 EBA'S GROCERIES TAKE LEASE ON FRANKLIN BLDG 1
October 17, 1935 PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM PURCHASED BY HI SCHOOL BOARD 1
October 17, 1935 SCHOOL PROJECT FOR GRADE SCHOOLS ON WAY TO WASHINGTON 1
October 17, 1935 EBA'S GROCERIES TAKE LEASE ON FRANKLIN BLDG 1
October 17, 1935 MARTIN MOVES GROCERY AND CAFE TO FERRY CORNER 1
October 17, 1935 NEW TIN SHOP OPENED ON EASTSIDE AT JUANITA 5
October 17, 1935 REDMOND MAN TO OPEN GROCERY AND MARKET IN KIRKLAND (LELAND, O F) 1
October 17, 1935 THOMPSON CAFE OPENED IN KIRKLAND IN TAVERN LOCATION 1
October 17, 1935 LOCAL CANNING CENTER LEADS IN KING COUNTY 1
October 17, 1935 FREE COOKING SCHOOL HOLDS INTEREST 4
October 17, 1935 JUANITA SCHOOL INCREASES STAFF WITH PROGRESS TEACHER 1
October 17, 1935 SERVICE CLUB TOLD OF HIGH SCHOOLS BY SUPERINTENDENT 1
October 17, 1935 ALICE KUNI, LOUIS R ENGBRECHT 5
October 17, 1935 LEGIONNAIRES TO USE TORCHES IN PARADE TONIGHT 1
October 17, 1935 JUANITA SCHOOL INCREASES STAFF WITH PROGRESS TEACHER 1
October 17, 1935 NEW TIN SHOP OPENED ON EASTSIDE AT JUANITA 5
October 17, 1935 WORK STARTED BY LOCAL SHIPYARD ON GOVERNMENT SURVEY SHIP 1
October 17, 1935 GILLETTE, E J 4
October 17, 1935 SEA SCOUTS READY FOR BIG DANCE IN ROSE HILL CLUBHOUSE TOMORROW 1
October 17, 1935 GIRL SCOUTS ORGANIZE KIRKLAND TROOP NO 1 5
October 17, 1935 LEGIONNAIRES TO USE TORCHES IN PARADE TONIGHT 1
October 17, 1935 KIRKLAND DEMOCRATS ENDORSE COMMONWEALTH PLATFORM 5
October 17, 1935 DANCING CLASSES TO BE HELD WEEKLY IN KIRKLAND 4
October 24, 1935 JOHN NELSONS CELEBRATE THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY 7
October 24, 1935 BETTY FORBES HONORED BY U OF W PRESIDENT 7
October 24, 1935 KIRKLAND GIRL NAMED TO STAFF OF S F COLLEGE PAPER (HURNING, SIBYL 1
October 24, 1935 NAVY HONORS KIRKLAND HI GRADUATE (WIGGINS, ROCKWELL) 6
October 24, 1935 DUNHAM & BOOTH PURCHASE STORE OF BORDENS' CO 1
October 24, 1935 NEW GRADE SCHOOL PROJECT RECEIVES PRESIDENTIAL APPROVAL 1
October 24, 1935 BEAUTY SHOP OPENED IN KIRKLAND BY EASTSIDE GIRLS 1
October 24, 1935 DUNHAM & BOOTH PURCHASE STORE OF BORDENS' CO 1
October 24, 1935 1-DAY VACATION TO BE GIVEN COUNTY SCHOOL KIDS MONDAY 1
October 24, 1935 COURT DECISION SAVES EASTSIDE SCHOOLS $25000 1
October 24, 1935 PREPARATIONS FOR ALL-STATE DINNER STARTED 1
October 24, 1935 FIRST AID COURSES INCREASE ENROLLMENT 1
October 24, 1935 COURT DECISION SAVES EASTSIDE SCHOOLS $25000 1
October 24, 1935 JOHNSON, JIMMY 1
October 24, 1935 STATE LEGION COMMANDER PRAISES CONFERENCE 1
October 24, 1935 CLINT MATTISON ADDRESSES TECHNOCRATS 1
October 24, 1935 ATHLETIC CLUB TO BE FORMED AT ROSE HILL 6
October 24, 1935 RICHFIELD OIL TO SPONSOR TOWN BASKETBALL TEAM 1
October 24, 1935 TEACHERS TEAM TO COMPETE IN GOLF PUNCH BOWL TOURNEY 1
October 24, 1935 REMOVE LAST MARK OF OLD MILL (PHOTO OF WATER TOWERS) 6
October 31, 1935 KIRKLAND GETS ALLOTMENT FOR CENTRAL SCHOOL 1
October 31, 1935 MANY IMPROVEMENTS BEING MADE AT THOMPSON'S CAFE 1
October 31, 1935 SILVER TAVERN AT JUANITA BEACH TO RE-OPEN SATURDAY 1
October 31, 1935 CENTRAL SCHOOL ADDS TEACHER TO PRIMARY STAFF 1
October 31, 1935 JANITOR NAMED BY HI SCHOOL BOARD FOR JUNIOR HI SCHOOL 1
October 31, 1935 EASTSIDE HUNTERS RETURN FROM HILLS 1
October 31, 1935 ANNUAL ALL-STATE DINNER TO BE AT COMMUNITY CHURCH NOV 8 1
October 31, 1935 COUNTY BUDGET TO PASS TODAY WITH MANY CURTAILMENTS 1
October 31, 1935 CAMPFIRE GROUP FIRST ORGANIZED HERE BY MRS NEWBERRY 4
October 31, 1935 HALLOWEEN PRANKSTERS MUST HAVE FUN 1
October 31, 1935 SILVER TAVERN AT JUANITA BEACH TO RE-OPEN SATURDAY 1
October 31, 1935 HALLOWEEN PRANKSTERS MUST HAVE FUN 1
October 31, 1935 ATHLETIC CLUB ORGANIZED BY GROUP OF RESIDENTS ON ROSE HILL 1
October 31, 1935 CAMPFIRE GROUP FIRST ORGANIZED HERE BY MRS NEWBERRY 4
October 31, 1935 KIRKLAND GIRLS ATTEND REUNION OF CAMPFIRE CAMP 4
October 31, 1935 LOCAL MEN HEAR STORY OF INDIA FROM INDIAN MISSIONARY 1
October 31, 1935 ATHLETIC CLUB ORGANIZED BY GROUP OF RESIDENTS ON ROSE HILL 1
October 31, 1935 ATHLETIC CLUB ORGANIZED BY GROUP OF RESIDENTS ON ROSE HILL 1
October 31, 1935 PUBLIC HEARING CALLED FOR SAMMAMISH DRAINAGE DISTRICT 1
October 31, 1935 LORRAINE CARPENTER, MERLIN MCGUIRE 7
November 7, 1935 KIRKLAND BOY ACCEPTS L A RADIO CONTRACT (MCCARTY, RAY) 5
November 7, 1935 HIGH SCHOOL TO GET FEDERAL AID ON IMPROVEMENTS (25 MEN TO WORK) 1
November 7, 1935 KIRKLAND'S NEW CENTRAL GRADE SCHOOL (DRAWING) 1
November 7, 1935 HANSENS GARAGE ADDS AUTO SHOWROOM FOR INCREASED BUSINESS 1
November 7, 1935 STENESEN ADDS NEW TANK TRUCK TO SUTO FREIGHT FLEET 1
November 7, 1935 EDUCATION WEEK OBSERVED BY SCHOOLS NOVEMBER 11 TO 17 1
November 7, 1935 I L HARRIS, OPTOMETRIST, TO AGAIN PRACTICE HERE 5
November 7, 1935 TWO MILES ADDED TO KIRKLAND POSTAL ROUTE NUMBER 2 1
November 7, 1935 WALK TO BE BUILT ALONG HIGHWAY EAST OF HOSPITAL 1
November 7, 1935 WORK STARTED ON REGRADING KIRKLAND AVENUE R R CROSSING 1
November 7, 1935 HELEN M FITZGERALD, FLOYD D BURDICK 3
November 14, 1935 MR AND MRS D C KING'S 25TH ANNIVERSARY FETED 3
November 14, 1935 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 4
November 14, 1935 CHRISTMAS NEAR AS MERCHANTS BEGIN PLAN FOR PROGRAM 1
November 14, 1935 EBA'S BIG KIRKLAND STORE WILL BE OPENED NOVEMBER 22ND 1
November 14, 1935 SAFEWAY PURCHASES NEW DELIVERY TRUCK 1
November 14, 1935 SERVICE STATION OPENED BY EASTSIDER AT ACE OIL PLANT 1
November 14, 1935 ROSE HILL ADDS PROGR4ESS TEACHER TO GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY 1
November 14, 1935 STATES DINNER AT COMMUNITY CHURCH DRAWS LARGE CROWD 1
November 14, 1935 CHRISTMAS NEAR AS MERCHANTS BEGIN PLAN FOR PROGRAM 1
November 14, 1935 LAKE FERRIES CONTINUE SERVICE DESPITE STRIKE THREAT 1
November 14, 1935 DAMAGE CAUSED BY VANDALISM AT ALL-STATES DINNER 1
November 14, 1935 FERRY EMPLOYEE HELD UP AND ROBBED OF SEVERAL DOLLARS 5
November 14, 1935 NAT'L BOOK WEEK OBSERVED THIS WEEK BY KIRKLAND LIBRARY 1
November 14, 1935 NOLAN, JAMES J 4
November 14, 1935 VAN NEBOGART, LULU MAY 4
November 14, 1935 CITY PLANNING COMMITTEE FORMED BY CINCINNATUS GROUP 1
November 14, 1935 SCOUTS TO OPEN EASTSIDE DRIVE FOR MEMBERSHIP 1
November 14, 1935 CINCINNATUS TO SEEK CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR OF KIRKLAND 1
November 14, 1935 ROSE HILL ADDS PROGR4ESS TEACHER TO GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY 1
November 14, 1935 LAKE FERRIES CONTINUE SERVICE DESPITE STRIKE THREAT 1
November 14, 1935 HELEN JOHNSON, EINAR MARTIN 3
November 21, 1935 KIRKLAND HARDWARE, LARGE THANKSGIVING AD. 11
November 21, 1935 SAFEWAY, LARGE THANKSGIVING AD 12
November 21, 1935 EASTSIDE BOY BRINGS HAPPINESS TO OTHERS ON RADIO (WATSON, EUGENE) 6
November 21, 1935 CONTEST STARTS MONDAY AT REX DRUG FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 1
November 21, 1935 DEMONSTRATION TO BE GIVEN FREE AT ROSE BEAUTY SHOPPE 6
November 21, 1935 MERCHANTS PLAN FOR THREE BIG CHRISTMAS WEEK-END EVENTS 1
November 21, 1935 NEW EBA STORE OPENS TOMORROW IN NATIONAL SUPPLY BLDG 1
November 21, 1935 WPA REQUESTS LIST OF EASTSIDE EQUIPMENT OWNERS 1
November 21, 1935 MERCHANTS PLAN FOR THREE BIG CHRISTMAS WEEK-END EVENTS 1
November 21, 1935 WARNING ISSUED BY POLICE CHIEF TO TARDY MOTORISTS 1
November 21, 1935 DRIVE STARTED FOR LIBRARY FUNDS DURING BOOK WEEK 7
November 21, 1935 EASTSIDE BOY BRINGS HAPPINESS TO OTHERS ON RADIO (WATSON, EUGENE) 6
November 21, 1935 TOWNSEND CLUB ADDS FIFTY-ONE NEW MEMBERS TO CLUB 6
November 21, 1935 EASTSIDE DRIVE TO AID BOY SCOUTS PASSES HALFWAY MARK 1
November 21, 1935 BUSINESS WOMEN TO ILLUMINATE TENNIS COURTS IN KIRKLAND 1
November 21, 1935 LLOYD TO RUN FOR CONGRESS AGAIN IN 1936 ELECTIONS 6
November 21, 1935 APPLICATIONS FOR NEW POSTMASTER FOR KIRKLAND OPEN 1
November 21, 1935 JUG BEER TO BE WAY OF PROHIBITION AFTER DECEMBER 1ST 8
November 21, 1935 BUSINESS WOMEN TO ILLUMINATE TENNIS COURTS IN KIRKLAND 1
November 21, 1935 COUNTY INSTALLS STOPLIGHT AT CORNER OF KIRKLAND AVENUE 1
November 21, 1935 COUNTY STARTS REPAIR ON ROADS NEAR KIRKLAND 1
November 21, 1935 STATE HEARING ON SAMMAMISH TO BE NEXT WEEK (DRAINAGE) 1
November 28, 1935 ABAS MUTUAL GROCERY, LG AD ASKS FOR WELFARE BUSINESS 3
November 28, 1935 SILVER WEDDING CELEBRATED (LACY, MR AND MRS J L) 7
November 28, 1935 EASTSIDE YOUTH PROVES BUSINESSMAN WITH DELIVERY (RECOR, HAROLD) 4
November 28, 1935 GRADE SCHOOL PROJECT STRIKES SNAG WITH US ARMY OFFICERS 1
November 28, 1935 CROW'S NEST NOW UNDER MANAGEMENT OF CONN & CARRIE FIRTH 4
November 28, 1935 EASTSIDE YOUTH PROVES BUSINESSMAN WITH DELIVERY (RECOR, HAROLD) 4
November 28, 1935 KIRKLAND MAN FATALLY INJURED WHEN RETURNING HOME (RAY ROBERTS) 4
November 28, 1935 DANCING LESSONS GIVEN AT KIRKLAND AND ROSE HILL SCHOOLS 4
November 28, 1935 STUDENTS BUSY PREPARING FOR OPERETTA "HANSEL AND GRETEL" 1
November 28, 1935 RAGS REQUEST ISSUED BY EASTSIDE WPA SEWING PROJECT 1
November 28, 1935 FIRST OF CHRISTMAS PRIZE EVENTS TO BE HELD SATURDAY, DEC 7TH 1
November 28, 1935 ODELL, O W 4
November 28, 1935 ROBERTS, RAY 4
November 28, 1935 TOWNSENDITES ADD TWENTY-SIX NEW MEMBERS AT MEETING 4
November 28, 1935 VIC LYSELL TO HEAD EASTSIDE FEDERATED CLUB 1
November 28, 1935 QUOTAS REACHED IN SEVERAL DISTRICTS OF EASTSIDE SCOUT DRIVE 1
November 28, 1935 DANCING LESSONS GIVEN AT KIRKLAND AND ROSE HILL SCHOOLS 4
November 28, 1935 DANCING LESSONS GIVEN AT KIRKLAND AND ROSE HILL SCHOOLS 4
November 28, 1935 SAMMAMISH HEARING HERE FRIDAY AT 2 PM 1
December 5, 1935 MODEL HOME TO BE OPENED SATURDAY BY LUMBER CONCERNS 1
December 5, 1935 KELLEY KAFE IS NEW KIRKLAND EATING PLACE OPENED TODAY 1
December 5, 1935 OVER 60 PRIZES TO BE GIVEN BY KIRKLAND MERCHANTS SATURDAY 1
December 5, 1935 KIDDIES' PARADE BIGGER, BETTER THIS CHRISTMAS 1
December 5, 1935 PAUL M PAIR REELECTED AS EDUCATION DIRECTOR 1
December 5, 1935 75 MEN AT WORK ON WPA PROJECT OF FIXING KIRKLAND STREETS 1
December 5, 1935 JAYCOX NAMED KIRKLAND ROAD COMMISSIONER 1
December 5, 1935 DECORATIONS FILL KIRKLAND WITH SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS 1
December 5, 1935 KIDDIES' PARADE BIGGER, BETTER THIS CHRISTMAS 1
December 5, 1935 OVER 60 PRIZES TO BE GIVEN BY KIRKLAND MERCHANTS SATURDAY 1
December 5, 1935 COOPER, JAMES A 7
December 5, 1935 COWLISHAW, BARBARA LOU 7
December 5, 1935 FORGUE, LOUIS 7
December 5, 1935 ODELL, OTIS WILMER 7
December 5, 1935 TEAKLES, PHILIP BRANDFORD 7
December 5, 1935 KIRKLAND ENDS GRIDIRON SEASON WITH CHAMPIONSHIP PENNANT 1
December 5, 1935 75 MEN AT WORK ON WPA PROJECT OF FIXING KIRKLAND STREETS 1
December 5, 1935 JAYCOX NAMED KIRKLAND ROAD COMMISSIONER 1
December 5, 1935 IRMA GINDRANE, GEORGE J CALKINS JR 7
December 5, 1935 LEONA CASEY, DR A E WAHL 6
December 12, 1935 MODEL KITCHEN TO BE EXHIBITED AT B C MCKEE HOME 1
December 12, 1935 (CLEMMON'S) SMOKEHOUSE ADDING IMPROVEMENTS TO INTERIOR OF STORE 1
December 12, 1935 KIRKLAND LAD TAKES OVER BUSINESS OF E Z SMITH (GERMANN, BILL) 1
December 12, 1935 BAND AND SANTA WILL LEAD BIG KID PARADE HERE SATURDAY 1
December 12, 1935 CHRISTMAS PLAY TO BE GIVEN BY KIDDIES OF ROSE HILL SCHOOL 1
December 12, 1935 SCHOOLS START NEW LEAGUE FOR ATHLETIC WORK 1
December 12, 1935 STUDENTS GET TWELVE DAYS CHRISTMAS VACATION 1
December 12, 1935 FRANCIS S STAFFORD, ROMALL V BERTSCH 15
December 12, 1935 CHRISTMAS PLAY TO BE GIVEN BY KIDDIES OF ROSE HILL SCHOOL 1
December 12, 1935 RECREATION TO BE TAUGHT HERE THRU AID OF WPA FUNDS 1
December 12, 1935 ALL-SILVER TREE TO BE SET ON TENNIS COURT BY BPW CLUB 1
December 12, 1935 BAND AND SANTA WILL LEAD BIG KID PARADE HERE SATURDAY 1
December 12, 1935 CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE, FULL PAGE GREETING
December 12, 1935 TURKEY DAY TO BE HELD SATURDAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS 1
December 12, 1935 SKATING RINK TO OPEN AT JUANITA PARK PAVILION FRI 15
December 12, 1935 SHIPYARDS TO LAY KEEL ON NEW CRUISER NEXT WEEK 1
December 12, 1935 MISSING YOUTH BEING SOUGHT BY POLICE (CAMERON, ROBERT JR) 19
December 12, 1935 POLICE TRAINING PLAN ADVOCATED BY SEATTLE COUNCILMAN 2
December 12, 1935 THIEVES BREAK HOLE IN WALL TO ROB EBA'S GROCERY STORE 1
December 12, 1935 EHLMAN, OSCAR F 15
December 12, 1935 FISH, HATTIE 15
December 12, 1935 JONES, INFANT PAUL 15
December 12, 1935 PFISTER, ISABELLE 15
December 12, 1935 ALL-SILVER TREE TO BE SET ON TENNIS COURT BY BPW CLUB 1
December 12, 1935 WATERFRONT LOT NEAR INGLEWOOD SOLD TO SPOKANE MAN 10
December 12, 1935 RECREATION TO BE TAUGHT HERE THRU AID OF WPA FUNDS 1
December 12, 1935 SKATING RINK TO OPEN AT JUANITA PARK PAVILION FRI 15
December 12, 1935 HEARING TO BE HELD MONDAY ON FLOOD DIST 1
December 19, 1935 CHURCH CHOIR TO GIVE CHRISTMAS CANTATA TOMORROW 1
December 19, 1935 MODEL KITCHEN ATTRACTS EASTSIDERS TO VIEW MCKEE HOME 6
December 19, 1935 FREE MOVIE IS KID'S FEATURE FOR SATURDAY 1
December 19, 1935 BIRD CENSUS TO BE TAKEN SUNDAY 7
December 19, 1935 CHURCH CHOIR TO GIVE CHRISTMAS CANTATA TOMORROW 1
December 19, 1935 TURKEY DAY IN KIRKLAND SATURDAY 1
December 19, 1935 CARLSON, CARL JOHN 3
December 19, 1935 K D SIMPSON SELECTED TO HEAD SERVICE CLUB FOR COMING YEAR 1
December 19, 1935 KIRKLAND CUBS WILL CONTINUE PACK WITH NEW LEADER 1
December 19, 1935 JAYCOX TO SEEK MAYOR'S JOB IN SPRING ELECTION 1
December 19, 1935 POSTMASTERS CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS WITH REDMOND PARTY 1
December 19, 1935 ELECTION TO BE CALLED ON CREATION OF FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT 1
December 26, 1935 EASTSIDE MAN NAMED DIRECTOR OF LETTUCE GROWERS 9
December 26, 1935 EAGLE HONORS EARNED BY SCOUT IN 3.5 YEARS (MCKIBBEN, ERNEST JR) 1
December 26, 1935 MERCHANTS GIVE FORTY TURKEYS TO EASTSIDERS 1
December 26, 1935 NUGGET FOUND IN TURKEY WON FROM EAST SIDE MOTOR CO 1
December 26, 1935 PRATT'S BARBER SHOP SOLD TO P A BELL 1
December 26, 1935 RECEIVES AWARD IN WINDOW CONTEST (PHOTO OF MILES STUDIO) 1
December 26, 1935 SANTA PAYS VISIT TO KIRKLAND MERCHANTS AT SERVICE CLUB MEET 1
December 26, 1935 TRAGEDY MARS CHRISTMAS DAY FOR GOLLOFON'S 1
December 26, 1935 KIDS ENJOY SHOW GIVEN BY GATEWAY THEATRE SATURDAY 1
December 26, 1935 CHARLOTTE O SHEPARD, FRANK TYLER 10
December 26, 1935 BIRD CENSUS REVEALS MANY WINGED FRIENDS ON EASTSIDE 9
December 26, 1935 CITY UNDER '35 BUDGET BY $425 AS YEAR CLOSES 1
December 26, 1935 HIGHLIGHTS FROM HEADLINES OF 1935 SHOW MUCH PROGRESS MADE 1
December 26, 1935 MERCHANTS GIVE FORTY TURKEYS TO EASTSIDERS 1
December 26, 1935 SANTA PAYS VISIT TO KIRKLAND MERCHANTS AT SERVICE CLUB MEET 1
December 26, 1935 GOLLOFON, IDA 1
December 26, 1935 KAMBER, EMILY 10
December 26, 1935 ROBINSON, AL 7
December 26, 1935 STIEFEL, BERNHARDT 10
December 26, 1935 LITTLE GARDENS MAGAZINE ISSUED BY LAKE GARDEN CLUB 9
December 26, 1935 NEW EQUIPMENT INSTALLED IN JOURNAL PLANT TO MAKE CUTS 1
December 26, 1935 ESTHER OLSON, VINCENT HEARTY 7
January 2, 1936 ART EXHIBIT TO BE HELD IN MILES STUDIO NEXT WEEK 1
January 2, 1936 DICK TURNER TAKES OVER 11TH & MARKET GAS STATION 5
January 2, 1936 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE GOES INTO EFFECT TODAY 1
January 2, 1936 WPA RELIEF OFFICE MOVED FROM KIRKLAND 1
January 2, 1936 EASTSIDER DISPLAYS NOVEL DECORATIONS AROUND CHRISTMAS TREE 1
January 2, 1936 FIRST PRIZE IN OUTDOOR TREE CONTEST AWARDED TO STARK'S 1
January 2, 1936 JUANITA SCOUTS TO BE FETED BY BELLEVUE VETS 1
January 2, 1936 DOG LICENSES MUST BE ON PETS BY FIRST OF FEBRUARY 1
January 2, 1936 RURAL RESIDENTS MUST NOW REGISTER UNDER PERMANENT LAW 1
January 2, 1936 THIEVES STRIP TIRES FROM CAR OF NORTHUP PUBLISHER (WHITMAN, W R) 5
January 2, 1936 BUSWELL, MYRON C 4
January 2, 1936 KELLER, NORMAN 3
January 2, 1936 MCKERNEY, CHARLES B 1
January 2, 1936 INSTALLATION TO BE HELD IN MASONIC TEMPLE (KEAN, HARRY B) 1
January 2, 1936 SEATTLE JUDGE TELLS SERVICE CLUB OF LAWS OF HEREDITY 1
January 2, 1936 JUANITA SCOUTS TO BE FETED BY BELLEVUE VETS 1
January 2, 1936 LEAVES JOURNAL STAFF (KING, LOWELL) 5
January 2, 1936 FLOOD DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION DATE SET FOR FEBRUARY 11TH 1
January 2, 1936 JUANITA SCOUTS TO BE FETED BY BELLEVUE VETS 1
January 2, 1936 CHARLOTTE SHEPARD, FRANK TYLER 5
January 2, 1936 IRMA ROCKWELL, DUANE MARTIN 4
January 9, 1936 PREVIEW TONITE OF WATER COLOR ART IN MILES PHOTO STUDIO 1
January 9, 1936 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 7
January 9, 1936 DUNHAM & BOOTH TO ENLARGE QUARTERS IN ELSON BUILDING 1
January 9, 1936 SEWING ROOM NEEDS EQUIPMENT TO KEEP 44 WOMEN BUSY 1
January 9, 1936 COMMISSION TO ZONE BELLEVUE AND VICINITY 1
January 9, 1936 28 STUDENTS ON HONOR ROLL LIST OF JUANITA GRADE SCHOOL 1
January 9, 1936 NEW SWEATERS GIVEN TO MEMBERS OF KIRKLAND FIRE DEP'T 1
January 9, 1936 SEWING ROOM NEEDS EQUIPMENT TO KEEP 44 WOMEN BUSY 1
January 9, 1936 WPA OFFICIAL RECOMMENDS HUGE KIRKLAND SIDEWALK PROJECT 1
January 9, 1936 28 STUDENTS ON HONOR ROLL LIST OF JUANITA GRADE SCHOOL 1
January 9, 1936 JUANITA SCOUTS HONORED AT CEREMONY BY FLAG PRESENTATION 1
January 9, 1936 GROSS WEIGHTS MUST BE LETTERED ON TRUCKS 2-IN HIGH 1
January 9, 1936 REED ABSOLVED FROM BLAME IN DEATH OF BOTHELL MAN JAN 1 1
January 9, 1936 DENTIST OPENS OFFICE IN KIRKLAND HOTEL BUILDING (NELSON, RICHARD) 1
January 9, 1936 ANDERSON, CAPT ADOLPH J 4
January 9, 1936 DUNCAN, IONE B 4
January 9, 1936 FOSNAUGH, ETHELYNE APRIL 4
January 9, 1936 HUNTER, GEORGE 3
January 9, 1936 SERVICE CLUB INDUCTS SIMPSON INTO OFFICE OF PRESIDENT 1
January 9, 1936 JUANITA SCOUTS HONORED AT CEREMONY BY FLAG PRESENTATION 1
January 9, 1936 MRS ESTY QUITS LEADERSHIP OF WOLF CLUB PACK 1
January 9, 1936 WPA OFFICIAL RECOMMENDS HUGE KIRKLAND SIDEWALK PROJECT 1
January 16, 1936 EASTSIDE ARTIST DISPLAYS TALENT WITH PAINTS (ROBERTSON, MYRTLE C 1
January 16, 1936 ST PAUL'S CHURCH ADDITION TO BE DEDICATED SUNDAY 1
January 16, 1936 STORE MOVES INTO NEW QUARTERS FOR SPRING (DUNHAM & BOOTH) 1
January 16, 1936 EASTSIDERS ARE SERIOUSLY CONSIDERING POSSIBILITIES OF ZONING 1
January 16, 1936 ADULT CLASSES BEING ORGANIZED HERE BY F M GIBSON 1
January 16, 1936 FINAL ACT OF CONGRESSMAN LLOYD IS BENEFIT TO EASTSIDERS 1
January 16, 1936 BENDIXSON, KARL G 9
January 16, 1936 MERCEREAU, HOMER T 5
January 16, 1936 WEIR, MELISSA 4
January 16, 1936 MAYORS RACE IN CINCINNATUS NARROWS TO 3 1
January 16, 1936 SCOUTERS TO HOLD BANQUET THURS IN ROSE HILL CLUBHOUSE 1
January 16, 1936 POSTMASTERS TO MEET IN KIRKLAND THURSDAY, JANUARY 23 1
January 16, 1936 PEOPLE'S CHURCH TO HEAR MEMBER OF GIDEON'S SUNDAY, 19TH 1
January 16, 1936 NEW LONG DISTANCE RATES AFFECT EASTSIDE 1
January 23, 1936 MAYER ELDUENS CELEBRATE SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 7
January 23, 1936 COUPLE REUNITED AFTER 33 YR ABSENCE (JOHNSON, IDA - BERGLIN, GUS) 4
January 23, 1936 ERNEST FORTESCUE SERVES KIRKLAND RURAL ROUTE 1 FOR FIFTEEN YEARS 1
January 23, 1936 THEATRE FRONT NEWLY REMODELED IN MODERN BRIGHT TRIM 1
January 23, 1936 JUANITA SCHOOL MAKES IMPROVEMENTS; INCREASES EFFICIENCY 4
January 23, 1936 KIRKLAND PAINT MFG CO DOUBLES PLANT PRODUCTION 1
January 23, 1936 ADULT CLASSES KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL TO MEET TUESDAY IN 4
January 23, 1936 MATILLA ACCEPTS COACHING POSITION AT PULLMAN HIGH SCHOOL 1
January 23, 1936 NEW TEACHER ADDED TO STAFF AT CENTRAL SCHOOL (EMERY, HARRIET) 1
January 23, 1936 THEATRE FRONT NEWLY REMODELED IN MODERN BRIGHT TRIM 1
January 23, 1936 UNIQUE 'INAPPROPRIATE' PARTY HELD AT I W GATES HOME (PHOTO) 4
January 23, 1936 JUANITA SCHOOL MAKES IMPROVEMENTS; INCREASES EFFICIENCY 4
January 23, 1936 HARRY CROW TO ISSUE DOG LICENSES FOR KIRKLAND 1
January 23, 1936 REGISTRATION BOOKS CLOSE SATURDAY, 25 1
January 23, 1936 SAMMAMISH FLOOD DISTRICT PROGRAM HIT BY COURT DECISION 1
January 23, 1936 NEILSON, JANET WARE 4
January 23, 1936 HARRY ROBERTS IS CINCINNATUS MAYOR CHOICE 1
January 23, 1936 ERNEST FORTESCUE SERVES KIRKLAND RURAL ROUTE 1 FOR FIFTEEN YEARS 1
January 23, 1936 SAMMAMISH FLOOD DISTRICT PROGRAM HIT BY COURT DECISION 1
January 30, 1936 JR HIGH JANITOR RECEIVES LETTER OF COMMENDATION (DRESEN, L D) 4
January 30, 1936 WPA STARTS WORK ON NEW CENTRAL GRADE SCHOOL BUILDING 1
January 30, 1936 CHENE NAMED TO MANAGE LOCAL FORD AGENCY; BARRIE, PRES 4
January 30, 1936 CANNING CENTER PLANNED FOR KIRKLAND THRU AID OF WPA 1
January 30, 1936 JR HI HONORS; 80 BRILLIANT STUDENTS ON ROLL OF HONOR 4
January 30, 1936 NEW TEACHER ON HIGH SCHOOL STAFF, REPLACING MATILLA (STILL, FLOYD 4
January 30, 1936 MARGARET CHRISTENSON, HAROLD RHODES 7
January 30, 1936 FLAMES DESTROY CHICKEN HOUSE ON ROSE HILL WEDNESDAY (BURCH, W F) 1
January 30, 1936 PETITION IS FILED TO AGAIN PLACE THIRD-CLASS CITY ISSUE ON BALLOT 1
January 30, 1936 CANNING CENTER PLANNED FOR KIRKLAND THRU AID OF WPA 1
January 30, 1936 FARRER, CAPT ERWIN 4
January 30, 1936 MERCEREAU, HOMER T 4
January 30, 1936 ROWEN, ANNA ELIZABETH 4
January 30, 1936 RAINBOW GIRLS ASSEMBLY FORMED IN KIRKLAND TUESDAY, 28 1
January 30, 1936 LEGION TO GIVE BONUS AID IN OFFICE OF EASTSIDE JOURNAL 1
January 30, 1936 LEGION TO GIVE BONUS AID IN OFFICE OF EASTSIDE JOURNAL 1
January 30, 1936 ESTHER ASGARD, ROBERTSON WARD 8
February 6, 1936 EASTSIDERS NOW USING CEDAR SHAVINGS IN CHICKEN HOUSES 4
February 6, 1936 SHERBROOKE ISSUES NEW SPRING FLOWER CATALOG 1
February 6, 1936 BLEITZ FUNERAL PARLORS OPENS GATEWOOD HOME 1
February 6, 1936 DAUGHTER-DAD BANQUET TO BE HELD ON ROSE HILL, FEB 28 1
February 6, 1936 CENTRAL SCHOOL TO SPONSOR CHILDREN'S MUSIC CLASS 1
February 6, 1936 KANGAROOS TO ENTER SVIA TOURNAMENT 1
February 6, 1936 COUNCIL PASSES RESOLUTION NAMING COMMUNITY TREE 1
February 6, 1936 SEATTLEITE HELD IN LIEU OF $3000 BOND IN PRATT DEATH 1
February 6, 1936 BOUCK, LURA 4
February 6, 1936 GRERGERSEN, HARRY 4
February 6, 1936 HEIDEN, ROBERT 7
February 6, 1936 PLANNING BOARD MEMBER TALKS TO SERVICE CLUB 1
February 6, 1936 KANGAROOS TO ENTER SVIA TOURNAMENT 1
February 6, 1936 FLOOD DISTRICT TO BE VOTED ON NEXT TUESDAY 1
February 6, 1936 JOURNAL BONUS OFFICE KEPT BUSY (PHOTO) 1
February 6, 1936 VETS APPLY FOR OVER $50000 BONUS BONDS AT JOURNAL 1
February 13, 1936 RACE STARTS IN KIRKLAND CITY ELECTION AS FILINGS CLOSE 1
February 13, 1936 SAMMAMISH FLOOD DISTRICT SNOWED UNDER BY LARGE MAJORITY 1
February 13, 1936 SAMMAMISH FLOOD DISTRICT SNOWED UNDER BY LARGE MAJORITY 1
February 20, 1936 FARMERS MEET TO BE HELD FEB 27 IN ROSE HILL CHURCH 1
February 20, 1936 BREAK GROUND FOR NEW SCHOOL (PHOTO) 1
February 20, 1936 CLEANING PLANT OF LATEST TYPE IS INSTALLED BY ROSS 1
February 20, 1936 KIRKLAND MERCHANTS TO CLOSE STORES SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22 1
February 20, 1936 REX DRUG STORE ADDS NEW CUT-RATE SECTION 1
February 20, 1936 SCHOOLS CLOSE UNTIL MONDAY BECAUSE OF MANY ABSENTEES 1
February 20, 1936 VOICE TRAINING TO BE DISCUSSED AT JUANITA SCHOOL, FEB 26 1
February 20, 1936 SCHOOLS CLOSE UNTIL MONDAY BECAUSE OF MANY ABSENTEES 1
February 20, 1936 KIRKLAND MERCHANTS TO CLOSE STORES SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22 1
February 20, 1936 13000 INDIANS IN WASHINGTON STATE - RACE INCREASING 4
February 20, 1936 BABCOCK, CORA MAY 4
February 20, 1936 BARNETT, JOHN SAMUEL 4
February 20, 1936 PROGRAM OUTLINED FOR CAMP FIRE GIRLS DAD AND DAUGHTER BANQUET 1
February 20, 1936 SWEDISH GYM CLASSES TO BE STARTED IN KIRKLAND 1
February 20, 1936 FARMERS MEET TO BE HELD FEB 27 IN ROSE HILL CHURCH 1
February 20, 1936 COUNTY PUTS MODERN TRAFFIC LIGHT ON CORNER 1
February 27, 1936 EASTSIDER HOLDS PERFECT PINOCHLE HAND (JUDY, MRS RALPH) 1
February 27, 1936 BILL SUTHERLAND LEASES GREASE RACK AT CORNER SERVICE STATION 1
February 27, 1936 KIRKLAND BEVERAGE STORE MOVES TO NEW LOCATION 1
February 27, 1936 ROSE BEAUTY SHOPPE LICENSED TO GIVE ZOTOS PERMANENTS 1
February 27, 1936 KEAN FILES FOR RE-ELECTION TO BOARD OF SCHOOL DISTRICT 71 1
February 27, 1936 LEGION SPONSORS CLASS IN CIVICS AT KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL 1
February 27, 1936 SCHOOLS OPEN THIS MORNING AFTER WEEK OF SHUT-DOWN 1
February 27, 1936 STATE AUDITOR COMPLIMENTS SCHOOL BOARD 1
February 27, 1936 SCHOOLS OPEN THIS MORNING AFTER WEEK OF SHUT-DOWN 1
February 27, 1936 EIGHT BOYS ORGANIZE JUANITA 4-H CLUB 1
February 27, 1936 EVERETT, CHARLES DANIEL 4
February 27, 1936 HOGEUSON, JULIA 4
February 27, 1936 HOLMES, OLIVER M 4
February 27, 1936 MANVILLE, TED 4
February 27, 1936 PETERSON, ELIZABETH 4
February 27, 1936 EIGHT BOYS ORGANIZE JUANITA 4-H CLUB 1
February 27, 1936 LEGION SPONSORS CLASS IN CIVICS AT KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL 1
February 27, 1936 KIRKLAND KANGAROOS CAPTURE S.V.I.A. HOOP CHAMPIONSHIP 1
February 27, 1936 KIRKLAND KANGAROOS CAPTURE SVIA HOOP CHAMPIONSHIP 1
February 27, 1936 GOV'T OKS KIRKLAND SIDEWALK PROJECT 1
February 27, 1936 BEAUTY OF SNOW - JUST A MEMORY 1
March 5, 1936 CELEBRATE FIFTY-THIRD WEDDING ANNIVERSARY (ALEXANDER, CURTIS) 5
March 5, 1936 POST OFFICE TO LEASE PRESENT BLDG FOR 3 YRS 1
March 5, 1936 HONOR ROLL AT JUANITA SCHOOL ANNOUNCED BY VIELE 5
March 5, 1936 SCHOOL ELECTIONS TO BE HELD SATURDAY 1
March 5, 1936 WPA SURVEY ON UNEMPLOYED TO BEGIN HERE MONDAY 1
March 5, 1936 FIREMEN PREPARE FOR SIXTH ANNUAL BALL 1
March 5, 1936 CAST YOUR BALLOT AT CITY AND PORT ELECTION TUESDAY 1
March 5, 1936 WPA SURVEY ON UNEMPLOYED TO BEGIN HERE MONDAY 1
March 5, 1936 HONOR ROLL AT JUANITA SCHOOL ANNOUNCED BY VIELE 5
March 5, 1936 AMUNDSEN, LAURA MAY 4
March 5, 1936 BARRY, JESSIE 1
March 5, 1936 BRENEMAN, JOHN L 4
March 5, 1936 GOLBACK, KATHERINE 4
March 5, 1936 GOODNOW, MRS CHARLES C 7
March 5, 1936 HOGENSON, JULIA 4
March 5, 1936 LANG, ORRIN 4
March 5, 1936 MCNAIR, DUNCAN CLARK 4
March 5, 1936 PORTER, FREDA 4
March 5, 1936 SAAL, PETER 4
March 5, 1936 SANDERS, ELSIE 4
March 5, 1936 SMITH, DESSA 4
March 5, 1936 CAST YOUR BALLOT AT CITY AND PORT ELECTION TUESDAY 1
March 5, 1936 POST OFFICE TO LEASE PRESENT BLDG FOR 3 YRS 1
March 5, 1936 KANGAROOS PLACE SECOND IN DISTRICT BASKETBALL TOURNEY 1
March 5, 1936 CECILIA ELSON, WALDO TODD 9
March 12, 1936 ART EXHIBIT TO BE HELD IN MILES STUDIO MAR 20, 21, 23 1
March 12, 1936 HIGH SCHOOL JOB AGAIN STARTS AFTER MONTH'S SHUTDOWN 1
March 12, 1936 PEGGY COLE, EDWARD UNDERHILL 9
March 12, 1936 DRIVE TO START ON ENEMIES OF BIRDS SUNDAY, MARCH 29TH 6
March 12, 1936 JAYCOX NOSES OUT ROBERTS BY 9 VOTES IN MAJORITY CONTEST 1
March 12, 1936 KIRKLAND TO BE THIRD CLASS AT NEXT ELECTION 1
March 12, 1936 OLLIS PATTY RE-ELECTED FOR THIRTIETH CONSECUTIVE YEAR 1
March 12, 1936 DRAMA CLASSES TO BE SPONSORED BY WORKS PROGRESS 4
March 12, 1936 DEATH DRIVER FOUND GUILTY BY JURY ON TWO COUNTS (NIHART, GILBERT) 1
March 12, 1936 CLARKE, JOHN H 7
March 12, 1936 EASTER, MRS E M 7
March 12, 1936 VANNATER, MARY 7
March 12, 1936 CAMP FIRE GIRLS DAUGHTER-DAD DINNER FRIDAY 1
March 12, 1936 SIXTH GRADE STUDENT COMPLIMENTS CAMPFIRE (SALMONSON, LORRAINE) 6
March 12, 1936 MARGARET RASMUSSEN, FRANK HARDENBROOK 9
March 19, 1936 MR AND MRS LEWIS C LEE CELEBRATE SILVER WEDDING 5
March 19, 1936 MILES STUDIO TO BE SCENE OF PASTEL EXHIBIT FOR 3 DAYS 1
March 19, 1936 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 2
March 19, 1936 NEVER MISSED A FIRE IN 26 YEARS (SCAVELLA, JOE) 1
March 19, 1936 A MODERN INTERIOR (PHOTO OF GATEWAY THEATRE FOYER) 5
March 19, 1936 FORD SHOP ADDS BROWN'S GARAGE AS REDMOND ASSOCIATE 1
March 19, 1936 MRS FERN KNOWLES PURCHASES MEDINA KNITTING BUSINESS 5
March 19, 1936 ROSE BEAUTY SHOPPE ADDS EASTERN EXPERT 5
March 19, 1936 MINSTREL SHOW TO RAISE FUNDS FOR CLINIC HERE 1
March 19, 1936 ORTHOPEDIC TO COLLECT OLD ARTICLES FOR HOSPITAL FUND 5
March 19, 1936 GRADE SCHOOL TO GIVE ANNUAL OPERETTA - 100 CHILDREN IN CAST 1
March 19, 1936 MINSTREL SHOW TO RAISE FUNDS FOR CLINIC HERE 1
March 19, 1936 FIREMEN'S BALL IS BEST EVER HELD IS REPORT OF CHIEF 1
March 19, 1936 NEVER MISSED A FIRE IN 26 YEARS (SCAVELLA, JOE) 1
March 19, 1936 GATES INSTALLS COUNCILMEN BEFORE TERM 1
March 19, 1936 BUTLER, BUCKSTON 5
March 19, 1936 STENSLAND, BEN 7
March 19, 1936 FARRAR OPENS JUANITA GOLF COURSE SATURDAY; MANY IMPROVEMENTS 1
March 19, 1936 KANGAROOS TAKE EIGHTH PLACE IN STATE TOURNEY 1
March 19, 1936 RETURN FROM STATE TOURNEY WITH TROPHY (PHOTO OF BASKETBALL TEAM) 4
March 19, 1936 FARRAR OPENS JUANITA GOLF COURSE SATURDAY; MANY IMPROVEMENTS 1
March 19, 1936 FERRY LINCOLN TO BE ON RUN NEXT WEEK 1
March 19, 1936 PEARL JACOBSON, WILFRED SWANSON 8
March 26, 1936 SURVEY MADE FOR FEDERAL BUILDING HERE (POST OFFICE) 1
March 26, 1936 HUSKY CHANGES ICE CREAM NAME TO 'ACE' 1
March 26, 1936 MARTIN MOVES GROCERY OPPOSITE K HARDWARE 1
March 26, 1936 SHORTY WARREN TAKES OVER LAKE ST SERVICE STATION 1
March 26, 1936 DRIVE STARTED FOR VICTIMS OF FLOOD IN EAST ($75 GOAL) 1
March 26, 1936 SURVEY MADE FOR FEDERAL BUILDING HERE (POST OFFICE) 1
March 26, 1936 STATE COMMENDS SCHOOL BOARD 1
March 26, 1936 MINSTRELS IN MODERN SETTING TOMORROW AT HIGH SCHOOL FOR PTA FUNDS 1
March 26, 1936 FIRE DESTROYS POQUETTE RESIDENCE AT HUNT'S POINT 1
March 26, 1936 HIT-RUN DRIVER SPEEDS ON AFTER INJURING EASTSIDER (KREITER) 1
March 26, 1936 JUDGE SENTENCES DEATH DRIVER TO ONE TO TWENTY YEARS 3
March 26, 1936 SEAL APPOINTED CAPTAIN IN HIGHWAY PATROL REORGANIZATION 1
March 26, 1936 THIEF STEALS LIVE WIRES FROM POWER CO POLES 1
March 26, 1936 BEBA, ROSA 7
March 26, 1936 HIGH SCHOOL TO BE SCENE OF KING COUNTY GIRLS' CLUB CONFERENCE 1
March 26, 1936 SURVEY MADE FOR FEDERAL BUILDING HERE (POST OFFICE) 1
March 26, 1936 NATIONWIDE BROADCAST TO TELL U.S. OF EASTSIDE'S ADVANTAGES 1
March 26, 1936 DAVE BOYD OPENS REAL ESTATE OFFICE HERE 1
March 26, 1936 MARIE EVANS, KENNETH E COOK 7
April 2, 1936 KIRKLAND GIRL BRINGS MUSIC TROPHY TO U.S. (STOCKFLETH, MARY JANE) 1
April 2, 1936 WORK BEGINS AGAIN ON KIRKLAND HIGH SCHOOL 1
April 2, 1936 FIREMEN QUENCH JUANITA BLAZE (CLYDE RESIDENCE) 1
April 2, 1936 K-FUNERAL HOME PURCHASED BY FORMER KIRKLAND RESIDENT 1
April 2, 1936 KIRKLAND STORE IS NAMED EASTSIDE AGENT FOR FRIGIDAIRE 1
April 2, 1936 KIRKLAND TIRE COMPANY ADDS TOP AND BODY SHOP 4
April 2, 1936 QUOTA NEARED IN RED CROSS DRIVE TO AID FLOOD VICTIMS 1
April 2, 1936 READ BEFORE YOU SIGN (AGAINST SIGNING INITIATIVES 2
April 2, 1936 ALL UNEMPLOYED REQUESTED TO REGISTER IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1
April 2, 1936 MINSTREL SHOW PRONOUNCED SUCCESS; MAY REPEAT APRIL 24 4
April 2, 1936 PUNCH AND JUDY TO BE GIVEN TONIGHT BY CENTRAL SCHOOL 4
April 2, 1936 KIRKLAND 'CLEAN-UP, PAINT-UP WEEK' SET FOR APRIL 20 TO 25 1
April 2, 1936 FIREMEN QUENCH JUANITA BLAZE (CLYDE RESIDENCE) 1
April 2, 1936 KIRKLAND'S TWO NEW COUNCILMEN RECEIVE COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENT