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, 1947 50TH ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED SUNDAY (RAMQUIST, DR AND MRS R T) 3
January 2, 1947 CARLSON'S MARRIED 50 YEARS (MR AND MRS OSCAR) 1
January 2, 1947 EAST SIDE CHORUS HAS 36 MEMBERS 6
January 2, 1947 LIEUT COMMANDER GETS POSTHUMOUS AIR MEDAL CITATION (LACKEY, JOHN) 7
January 2, 1947 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ASKS APPROPRIATION FOR BRIDAL PARK PATH 3
January 2, 1947 KIRKLAND HEIGHTS COMMUNITY CENTER DAMAGED BY FIRE 10
January 2, 1947 A E NEEDHAM ELECTED AS HEAD OF LOCAL CHAMBER 1
January 2, 1947 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ASKS APPROPRIATION FOR BRIDAL PARK PATH 3
January 2, 1947 LOCAL POST OF VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS PLEDGE ABOVE MEMORIAL QUOTA 1
January 2, 1947 'MARCH OF DIMES' LEADERS WILL ATTEND MEETING 7
January 2, 1947 BOUNDARIES OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS WILL NOT CHANGE 4
January 2, 1947 KIRKLAND SHOWS PROGRESS IN 1946 1
January 2, 1947 BASS, MINNIE B 2
January 2, 1947 JOHNSON, JESSIE N 2
January 2, 1947 NESBET, JOSEPHINE 2
January 2, 1947 PATTERSON, NANCY 2
January 2, 1947 LOCAL POST OF VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS PLEDGE ABOVE MEMORIAL QUOTA 1
January 2, 1947 BOY SCOUTS AGAIN DO OUTSTANDING WORK IN FLOOD 8
January 2, 1947 ROSE HILL CLUB MEETS TO DISCUSS WATER DISTRICT 10
January 2, 1947 LIEUT COMMANDER GETS POSTHUMOUS AIR MEDAL CITATION (LACKEY, JOHN) 7
January 2, 1947 LOCAL POST OF VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS PLEDGE ABOVE MEMORIAL QUOTA 1
January 9, 1947 EAST SIDE MUSIC CENTER - GRAND OPENING 5
January 9, 1947 NEIGHBORS, JOIN IN CELEBRATING 50TH ANNIVERSARY (CARLSON, OSCAR) 5
January 9, 1947 OLD TIMERS CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY (CURTIS, MR AND MRS ALVIN H) 1
January 9, 1947 FIRST MUSIC EVENT OF YEAR, WINTER CONCERT, SCHEDULED JAN 1 3
January 9, 1947 BANK ANNOUNCES INCREASE IN STOCK 1
January 9, 1947 REPORT ON THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 4
January 9, 1947 WORK ON NEW CITY HALL TO START SOON 1
January 9, 1947 CHAMBER BEGINS BIG YEAR 1
January 9, 1947 SALVATION ARMY TRUCKS MAKING WEEKLY PICK-UPS 10
January 9, 1947 CONOVER, J BEN 4
January 9, 1947 YMCA MEMBERSHIP DRIVE IS LAGGING; MORE ADULTS NEEDED 1
January 9, 1947 WATER PETITIONS ARE CIRCULATED ON ROSE HILL 4
January 9, 1947 SERVICE IN A HURRY (FLOAT PLANES, PHOTO) 7
January 9, 1947 VETERANS GROUP TO MAKE DECISION (ALLOWING COMMUNISTS TO JOIN) 3
January 16, 1947 EAST SIDE PARCEL DELIVERY - NEW OWNERSHIP 5
January 16, 1947 DEMONSTRATIONS OF FRUIT TREE PRUNING TUESDAY 10
January 16, 1947 RALSTON CHORUS TO GIVE CONVERT 4
January 16, 1947 MARCH OF DIMES UNDER WAY 1
January 16, 1947 MISS IRENE BECKER'S ENGAGEMENT TOLD 3
January 16, 1947 WAREHOUSE WILL BE SOLD OR LEASED 1
January 16, 1947 JACOBSON, JACOB 1
January 16, 1947 LOCAL WOMEN'S CLUB OBSERVES 27TH BIRTHDAY 5
January 16, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (POST OFFICE) 1
January 16, 1947 ICY ROADS FORCE CLOSING OF SCHOOLS 1
January 16, 1947 ELSIE MARIE CADMAN, SETH WILLIAM SPURLING 3
January 16, 1947 SHIRLEY INGLE, WALTER MYERS 5
January 23, 1947 DAIRYMEN FACE GOOD PROSPECTS FOR COMING YEAR 1
January 23, 1947 OLE ANDERSONS WED 50 YEARS 8
January 23, 1947 CONCERT TO BE GIVEN WEDNESDAY 1
January 23, 1947 INTEREST SHOWN IN CONCERT BAND 1
January 23, 1947 PARKING METERS FAVORED BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1
January 23, 1947 KING COUNTY MUST RAISE LARGEST MARCH OF DIMES FUND THIS YEAR 3
January 23, 1947 LOCAL GRANGERS SHOW OPPOSITION TO BUILDING CODE 3
January 23, 1947 VOTERS WILL ELECT TWO DIRECTORS 1
January 23, 1947 ETHEL ENGELBREKT'S ENGAGEMENT TOLD AT DINNER PARTY 1
January 23, 1947 MRS NEEDHAM IS NEW PRESIDENT OF LOCAL GUILD 1
January 30, 1947 TITLE TO HIGH SCHOOL SITE COMPLETED 1
January 30, 1947 ANNEXATION TO CITY PROPOSED 1
January 30, 1947 IRVING S SMITH IS NAMED TO MANGE COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE 3
January 30, 1947 ANNEXATION TO CITY PROPOSED 1
January 30, 1947 QUESTIONS, ANSWERS ABOUT ANNEXATION 2
January 30, 1947 CANNERY IS LEASED OUT BY COUNCIL 1
January 30, 1947 LOCAL JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 2
January 30, 1947 FRANKLIN, JOHN E 12
January 30, 1947 HAMILTON, DON W 12
January 30, 1947 JENKINS, EMMANUEL 12
January 30, 1947 JONES, ELSIE D 12
January 30, 1947 KEEDY, HORACE B 12
January 30, 1947 MAYER, FERGUS 12
January 30, 1947 RICKERS, JOHN W 12
January 30, 1947 RALPH LIUNDVALL IS NEW DIRECTOR OF CIVIC CENTER 1
January 30, 1947 LOCAL ADVENTISTS HAVE SUCCESSFUL YEAR OF ACTIVITY 9
January 30, 1947 ROSE HILL WATER DISTRICT GOING BETTER THAN EVER 7
February 6, 1947 GARDENING STILL DEMANDS PRIORITY FOR RURAL FAMILIES 2
February 6, 1947 RESPONSE GOOD; BAND WILL START 1
February 6, 1947 MR AND MRS KENT WILL HAVE THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING SUNDAY 1
February 6, 1947 BICANIC FUND PASSES $1500 MARK 1
February 6, 1947 KIRKLAND MOURNS TRAGIC DEATH OF TWO SMALL BICANIC CHILDREN... 7
February 6, 1947 BICANIC FUND PASSES $1500 MARK 1
February 6, 1947 TO BE ANNEXED OR NOT -- THAT'S THE QUESTION! 1
February 6, 1947 GALT, GEORGE W 4
February 6, 1947 MILLER, AUGUST B 4
February 6, 1947 LEGION WILL FETE OFFICIALS 1
February 6, 1947 INTENSIVE CAMPAIGN TO REINSTATE VETERAN'S INSURANCE BEGINS 3
February 6, 1947 HELP WANTED - JAPANESE-AMERICAN FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK 9
February 13, 1947 TO BUILD HOMES; PRECO COMPANY, BELLINGHAM CO, HIGH BIDDER 1
February 13, 1947 ANNEXATION WILL BE SETTLED BY ELECTION, NOT BY PETITION 1
February 13, 1947 FEDERAL GRANTS ANNOUNCED FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT 1
February 13, 1947 MEETING IS CALLED TO DISCUSS FUNDS 1
February 13, 1947 NEW INDUSTRY TO HAVE WAREHOUSE 1
February 13, 1947 NEW INDUSTRY TO HAVE WAREHOUSE 1
February 13, 1947 GREEN, JEAN 12
February 13, 1947 BASIL LANGLOIS WEDS MISSOURI GIRL IN NEVADA 8
February 13, 1947 DORIS SAUBERS, ROBERT W OLSON 7
February 20, 1947 DUMB BUNNY CAFE 4
February 20, 1947 AT PEOPLE'S CHURCH (MASON SWISS BELL RINGERS) 6
February 20, 1947 LIEUT RUSSELL P MORSE RECEIVES PERMANENT SERVICE CITATIONS 3
February 20, 1947 RAY JEWELL PLAYS IN MILITARY BAND LEAVING FOR ALASKA 4
February 20, 1947 BUSINESS OFFICES OF SCHOOL DISTRICT MOVED TO 'HEIGHTS' 1
February 20, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (ROY'S CAFE, DUMB BUNNY CAFE) 1
February 20, 1947 MARCH OF DIMES SUCCESSFUL 1
February 20, 1947 BUSINESS OFFICES OF SCHOOL DISTRICT MOVED TO 'HEIGHTS' 1
February 20, 1947 SUPPORT SCHOOL MEASURES; 400 LOCAL RESIDENTS AT MEETING 1
February 20, 1947 PHONE COMPANY INCREASES WAGES 1
February 20, 1947 CLUB PLANS TO CLEAN-UP DOWNTOWN 1
February 20, 1947 CITY COUNCIL GRANTS BUS FRANCHISE 1
February 20, 1947 CLUB PLANS TO CLEAN-UP DOWNTOWN 1
February 20, 1947 MARCH OF DIMES SUCCESSFUL 1
February 20, 1947 AT PEOPLE'S CHURCH (MASON SWISS BELL RINGERS) 6
February 20, 1947 CITY COUNCIL GRANTS BUS FRANCHISE 1
February 20, 1947 PHONE COMPANY INCREASES WAGES 1
February 20, 1947 ETHYL SPAULDING, RONALD CLEMMONS 4
February 27, 1947 SEAPLANES INC (FLIGHT INSTRUCTION) 10
February 27, 1947 NO LAW AGAINST CHICKENS; FOWL CAN BE KEPT IN CITY LIMITS 1
February 27, 1947 OPERETTA LEADS TO GET AUTHENTIC JAPANESE GARB 9
February 27, 1947 COMBAT PHOTOS ONLY A MEMORY TO WAGNER (ROBERT C) NOW 1
February 27, 1947 DOG SAVES HER LIFE (COTTEN, JUDITH ANN) (PHOTO) 15
February 27, 1947 BUILDING PROGRAM IN DANGER 9
February 27, 1947 COMBAT PHOTOS ONLY A MEMORY TO WAGNER (ROBERT C) NOW 1
February 27, 1947 KIMBALLS STORE TO OPEN FRIDAY 1
February 27, 1947 HEIFER PROJECT ADOPTED BY UNITED CHURCH OVERSEAS RELIEF GROUP 3
February 27, 1947 RED CROSS DRIVE WILL OPEN ON EAST SIDE MARCH 1; MRS OBAN CHAIRMAN 2
February 27, 1947 SCHOOL LEGISLATION MUST BE PASSED IMMEDIATELY 2
February 27, 1947 SCHOOL LEGISLATION MUST BE PASSED IMMEDIATELY 2
February 27, 1947 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED (SMITH,BETTY AND BARRIE, BEN) 12
February 27, 1947 JUNE MARIE SACHS ENGAGED TO MARRY WILLIAM H MERRIAN 9
February 27, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (CITY-MANAGER PLAN) 1
February 27, 1947 LIVELY HEARING EXPECTED ON MONDAY (BUSSES, CLEAN-UP, CHURCH PERMIT) 1
February 27, 1947 SEATTLE/KING COUNTY FAR AHEAD...IN COMBATING JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 10
February 27, 1947 LOCAL AVC GROUP AGAINST FLIGHT TRAINING BILL 8
February 27, 1947 VETERANS GROUP VOTES OPPOSITION TO STATE BONUS 9
February 27, 1947 IRISH GIRL ... NOW BRIDE OF JAMES E MCPHAIL OF KIRKLAND 9
February 27, 1947 MRS ELAINE RUTH WHIPPERFURTH IS MARRIED FEB 18 6
March 6, 1947 POULTRY COUNCIL ELECTS OFFICERS; LOOKS TO FUTURE 2
March 6, 1947 LEADS IN OPERETTA ARE ANNOUNCED 1
March 6, 1947 LOCAL ART PUPILS ARE REWARDED 1
March 6, 1947 COUNCIL GRANTS PERMIT TO 'WITNESSES' 1
March 6, 1947 AT KIMBALL'S GRAND OPENING (INTERIOR PHOTO) 6
March 6, 1947 NEW PAINT STORE OPENS SATURDAY 1
March 6, 1947 OPEN NEW PAINT STORE (PHOTO) 7
March 6, 1947 STATIONERY STORE WILL BE OPENED IN NEAR FUTURE 1
March 6, 1947 RED CROSS DRIVE HERE BEGINS; MORE LOCAL WORKERS ARE NEEDED 3
March 6, 1947 CAMP FIRE NEWS 7
March 6, 1947 LOCAL BUS SERVICE WILL START SOON; FARES WILL BE 10C CENTS 1
March 6, 1947 VETERANS GROUP ASKS CONGRESS TO AMEND ACT 7
March 13, 1947 MUSIC DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES FIRST PUBLIC CONCERT ON TUESDAY 3
March 13, 1947 CHAMBER SEEKS NEW MEMBERS 1
March 13, 1947 GOOD CITIZENS... HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT YOUR LOCAL SCHOOLS 2
March 13, 1947 GOOD HUNTING .. IN DOWNTOWN KIRKLAND (CITY CLEAN-UP) 2
March 13, 1947 GOOD CITIZENS... HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT YOUR LOCAL SCHOOLS 2
March 13, 1947 GOOD HUNTING .. IN DOWNTOWN KIRKLAND (CITY CLEAN-UP) 2
March 13, 1947 MAYOR PROCLAIMS CLEAN-UP MONTH 1
March 13, 1947 CANDIDATES FOR CARNIVAL QUEEN ARE ANNOUNCED 1
March 13, 1947 PARKING METERS TAKE IN $26,135 1
March 13, 1947 $1,200 IN JEWELS STOLEN SATURDAY 1
March 13, 1947 DECKER, OLIVE 9
March 13, 1947 MANY LOCAL CAMP FIRE GIRLS WILL TAKE PART IN COUNCIL FIRE 7
March 13, 1947 ROSE HILL CLUB HEARS REPORTS ON BUS SERVICE, WATER DISTRICT 9
March 13, 1947 BUS HEARING SET MARCH 21 1
March 13, 1947 ROSE HILL CLUB HEARS REPORTS ON BUS SERVICE, WATER DISTRICT 9
March 13, 1947 PHONE COMPANY EMPLOYEES MEET 3
March 13, 1947 GRACE LOTT, HAROLD EVERSON 8
March 13, 1947 JAMES REESE WEDS MRS LUCILLE REESE FROM EVERETT 6
March 13, 1947 MARY FRANCES BUTLER, JOHN B JAY 8
March 20, 1947 HERE ARE MARCH REMINDERS FOR POULTRY RAISERS 2
March 20, 1947 COUNCIL VOIDS PERMIT FOR CHURCH 1
March 20, 1947 "THOSE NEW BUSSES WILL HAVE THEIR PROBLEMS WITH KIRKLAND STREETS" 1
March 20, 1947 "STEWART HEIGHTS" WILL EVENTUALLY BE TORN DOWN 6
March 20, 1947 STATE FUNDS NOT ENOUGH FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT 1
March 20, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (KIRKLAND CLEAN-UP) 1
March 20, 1947 CHINESE LEADER WILL BE SPEAKER AT YMCA DINNER 4
March 20, 1947 FINAL PLANS FOR PTA CARNIVAL NEXT WEEK NOW BEING MADE 3
March 20, 1947 WHO WILL BE QUEEN? OF THE PTA CARNIVAL 1
March 20, 1947 CITY VOTES MONEY FOR FIELD FENCE 5
March 20, 1947 NEW ALUMINUM COMPANY STARTS PLANT IN KIRKLAND 1
March 20, 1947 11-YEAR-OLD BOY CONFESSES SCORE OF BURGLARIES 6
March 20, 1947 RADIO NETWORK SALUTES KIRKLAND TUESDAY EVENING 1
March 20, 1947 FOWLER, EMMA 12
March 20, 1947 TULLY, REX 12
March 20, 1947 CITY VOTES MONEY FOR FIELD FENCE 5
March 20, 1947 TAXI RATES ARE GOING UP 1
March 27, 1947 DON YOUNG APPLIANCES AND SPORTING GOODS 9
March 27, 1947 KIRKLAND - BRIGHT SPOT OF FUTURE 2
March 27, 1947 OBAN'S HATCHERY (FREE BABY CHICKS!) 16
March 27, 1947 AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION PROGRAM IS HELPING LOCAL FARMERS 11
March 27, 1947 DAIRY MEETING TO FEATURE WELL KNOWN SPEAKERS 3
March 27, 1947 MISS ESTHER TYE DIRECTS 'MIKADO' 4
March 27, 1947 CHARLES S BURDELL, KIRKLAND RESIDENT, PASSES BAR EXAMS 1
March 27, 1947 LOUISE MACDONALD, BILLIE HOLLENBECK AT MODELING SCHOOL 6
March 27, 1947 PLAN OPEN HOUSE AT CIVIC CENTER NEXT WEEK 1
March 27, 1947 PEOPLE'S CHURCH IS REDECORATED BY ITS MEMBERS 14
March 27, 1947 DUMB BUNNY CAFE IS BURNED TO A CRISP 1
March 27, 1947 NEW JUANITA STORE (JUANITA ELECTRIC AND HARDWARE -PHOTO) 11
March 27, 1947 DUMB BUNNY CAFE IS BURNED TO A CRISP 1
March 27, 1947 GREATER EAST SIDE COOPERATION URGED 1
March 27, 1947 EAST SIDE RESIDENTS URGED TO MAIL IN RED CROSS CONTRIBUTIONS 15
March 27, 1947 KIRKLAND - BRIGHT SPOT OF FUTURE 2
March 27, 1947 LOCAL STUDENTS WIN ESSAY CONTEST 9
March 27, 1947 DON'T DUMP REFUSE ON COUNTY ROADS, HEALTH OFFICER SAYS 2
March 27, 1947 EVERYTHING SET FOR BIG PTA BENEFIT CARNIVAL FRIDAY EVENING 3
March 27, 1947 CITY SCHEDULES TWO HEARINGS (KIRKLAND AIRPORT) 1
March 27, 1947 CLUB WILL DISCUSS BUSSES 9
March 27, 1947 LOCAL SPORTSMEN ARE ORGANIZING INTERLAKE ROD AND GUN CLUB 5
March 27, 1947 LOCAL BOY SCOUT TROOPS TO TAKE PART IN 'CIRCUS' 9
March 27, 1947 EASTERN STAR HAS LOVELY CEREMONY FOR NEW OFFICERS 9
March 27, 1947 VFW AUXILIARY IN NEED OF MORE MEMBERS HERE 12
March 27, 1947 LOCAL SPORTSMEN ARE ORGANIZING INTERLAKE ROD AND GUN CLUB 5
March 27, 1947 TWO DEACONS, ELDER ORDAINED AT LOCAL ADVENTIST CHURCH 15
March 27, 1947 CLUB WILL DISCUSS BUSSES 9
March 27, 1947 CITY SCHEDULES TWO HEARINGS (KIRKLAND AIRPORT) 1
March 27, 1947 SQUADRON OF FOUR KIRKLAND CRUISERS, 16 SAILORS BACK FROM 4-DAY TRIP 1
March 27, 1947 CLUB WILL DISCUSS BUSSES 9
March 27, 1947 VETS MAY JOIN TRAINING SERVICE 9
March 27, 1947 MISS LAURA AMUNDSEN WEDS 6
April 3, 1947 DON YOUNG APPLIANCES - NEW LOCATION 16
April 3, 1947 JUANITA ELECTRIC AND HARDWARE - GRAND OPENING 12
April 3, 1947 ROGERS REALTY - NEW LOCATION 13
April 3, 1947 THE CLIPPER SERVICE STATION - NEW MANAGEMENT 4
April 3, 1947 CIVIC CENTER OPEN HOUSE THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY (AERIAL PHOTO) 9
April 3, 1947 FLAMES RUIN BUILDING (MIDWAY TAVERN, LOOKOUT CAFE) 1
April 3, 1947 HEARING ON CHURCH PERMIT ON TUESDAY 1
April 3, 1947 FLAMES RUIN BUILDING (MIDWAY TAVERN, LOOKOUT CAFE) 1
April 3, 1947 LET'S GET TOGETHER! 2
April 3, 1947 NO MARKET STREET COMMERCIAL ZONING 1
April 3, 1947 LET'S BUILD THE AIRPORT 2
April 3, 1947 LET'S GET TOGETHER! 2
April 3, 1947 PLAN TWO MORE SCHOOL CLASSES 9
April 3, 1947 APRIL IS CLEAN-UP MONTH ... GET BUSY 1
April 3, 1947 PTA CARNIVAL IS VERY SUCCESSFUL; BROWER AND JACKMAN ARE QUEENS 6
April 3, 1947 PRECO PURCHASE APPROVED; PRE-FABRICATED HOUSE INDUSTRY WILL MOVE 1
April 3, 1947 LAKE WASHINGTON GRANGE HEARS ABOUT JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 3
April 3, 1947 CRANSON, LEWIS 8
April 3, 1947 DAHLBY, MARIE 12
April 3, 1947 GARNER, ROSETTA 8
April 3, 1947 EAST SIDE BOY SCOUTS TAKE PART IN ANNUAL 'CIRCUS' NEXT WEEK 11
April 3, 1947 KIRKLAND WOMEN HELP INITIATE 21 CLUB MEMBERS 3
April 3, 1947 COUNCIL VOTES TO GO AHEAD WITH AIRPORT PLANS 1
April 3, 1947 LET'S BUILD THE AIRPORT 2
April 3, 1947 COUNCIL VOTES TO GO AHEAD WITH AIRPORT PLANS 1
April 3, 1947 MILE OF SIDEWALK, CURBS TO BE BUILT 1
April 3, 1947 JUANITA WATER PLAN OKEHED 9
April 17, 1947 VEEDERS HONORED ON 30TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY HERE 6
April 17, 1947 ATTEND THE OPERETTA 2
April 17, 1947 LOCAL TALENT WILL PRESENT 'MIKADO' AT LAKE WASHINGTON HS 9
April 17, 1947 'THE MIKADO' - ADVERTISEMENT 14
April 17, 1947 W V FERGUSON BUYS BUSINESS OF L U YOUNG 1
April 17, 1947 100 MORE (MEMBERS) ARE NEEDED 2
April 17, 1947 CANCER DRIVE UNDER WAY 9
April 17, 1947 KIRKLAND RAISES $1922 FOR RED CROSS 3
April 17, 1947 SCORES OF NEIGHBORS AND SCHOOL BOYS JOIN IN SEARCH FOR CHILD 3
April 17, 1947 CONSTRUCTION INCREASING IN KIRKLAND 1
April 17, 1947 ATTEND THE OPERETTA 2
April 17, 1947 STATE ORATORICAL CONTESTANTS SAY... WE'RE GOOD HOSTS 2
April 17, 1947 LANNY LARSON LEADS CLASS 1
April 17, 1947 CLEAN-UP DRIVE SHOWS RESULTS 9
April 17, 1947 CLEAN-UP DRIVES WILL HELP REDUCE CAUSE OF FIRE, STATE MARSHALL SAYS 2
April 17, 1947 TREES ARE MEMORIALS TO FUTURE 2
April 17, 1947 BUDGET OF $5000 FOR 1947 SUMMER FESTIVAL 1
April 17, 1947 HOWARD, HARRISON 5
April 17, 1947 TENNESSEN, PERMILLIA 5
April 17, 1947 MRS JOHN HAGEN ELECTED PRESIDENT OF HIGH SCHOOL PTA 9
April 17, 1947 MRS P P KIDDER TO HEAD PTA 9
April 17, 1947 PRE-SCHOOL ASSOCIATION PLANS BACKYARD PLAYGROUND CONTESTS 11
April 17, 1947 VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS TO INSTALL 9
April 17, 1947 KIRKLAND STREETS PAINTED THIS WEEK 1
April 17, 1947 TUESDAY, MAY 27 DATE OF JUANITA WATER ELECTION 1
April 17, 1947 VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS TO INSTALL 9
April 17, 1947 BETTY SHINSTROM BURR, HOWARD BERGSMA 6
April 24, 1947 BRIDAL TRAILS RIDING STABLES 6
April 24, 1947 HOPPY'S CAFE - PREVIOUSLY PASTIME CAFE 9
April 24, 1947 PIONEER FEED AND FUEL - FREE BABY CHICKS 12
April 24, 1947 1000 SEE AND HEAR OPERETTA 9
April 24, 1947 FAMOUS JACK LLOYD FISHING TROLLS ARE NOW BEING MADE HERE BY WIDOW 9
April 24, 1947 BRIDAL TRAILS RIDING STABLES (ADVERTISEMENT) 6
April 24, 1947 OUT-OF-TOWN VISITORS PRAISE CIVIC CENTER 1
April 24, 1947 MAY START NEW HIGH SCHOOL NEXT FALL 1
April 24, 1947 CITY HALL WORK PROGRESSING (PHOTO) 1
April 24, 1947 LOCAL RESTAURANT (JAMES CAFE) RECENTLY BOUGHT BY CALIFORNIA MEN 4
April 24, 1947 'STUB' MORRIS SELLS HIS TIRE BUSINESS TO DON MANWARING 5
April 24, 1947 "COME ON MINNIE, LET'S GET OUT OF HERE. THEY NEED SOME NEW BUILDING 2
April 24, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (FIRST WOMEN AT C OF C MEETING) 4
April 24, 1947 ANNUAL ORTHOPEDIC EGG DRIVE QUITE SUCCESSFUL HERE THIS YEAR 11
April 24, 1947 KIRKLAND HAS QUOTA OF $1,000 FOR WORLD YOUTH FUND PROGRAM 3
April 24, 1947 ANNEXATION AREAS ARE DIVIDED 9
April 24, 1947 TWO SEPARATE DISTRICTS TO VOTE FOR ANNEXATION 2
April 24, 1947 FOR INDUSTRIES ... WE REALLY HAVE ... SOMETHING TO OFFER 2
April 24, 1947 TWO SEPARATE DISTRICTS TO VOTE FOR ANNEXATION 2
April 24, 1947 MAY START NEW HIGH SCHOOL NEXT FALL 1
April 24, 1947 SUMMER FESTIVAL TICKETS GO ON SALE 9
April 24, 1947 FOR INDUSTRIES ... WE REALLY HAVE ... SOMETHING TO OFFER 2
April 24, 1947 THREE LOCAL BOYS PICKED UP BY POLICE FOR RECENT THEFTS 1
April 24, 1947 GARRISON, RANSOM 5
April 24, 1947 WALLICK, HAROLD A 5
April 24, 1947 MRS A JOHNSON NEW PRESIDENT OF JUANITA PTA 9
April 24, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (FERRIES) 1
April 24, 1947 40 RESIDENTS PETITION COUNCIL FOR MORE WATER 1
April 24, 1947 VETERANS SERVICE MOVES ITS OFFICE 9
April 24, 1947 JUNE MARIE SACHS, WILLIAM HUMPHREY BERRIAN 6
May 1, 1947 BELLEVUE SQUARE - GRAND OPENING 9
May 1, 1947 HOPPY'S CAFE - NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS 10
May 1, 1947 PLAYLAND OPENS SATURDAY (IN SEATTLE) 6
May 1, 1947 HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC DEPARTMENT PLANS CONCERT ON WEDNESDAY 3
May 1, 1947 BELLEVUE SQUARE - GRAND OPENING 9
May 1, 1947 "40 KIRKLAND FAMILIES NEED MORE WATER..." 2
May 1, 1947 CHAMBER PROTESTS ZONE EXTENSION 1
May 1, 1947 KIRKLAND'S OWN HEIFER TO TRAVEL TO PORTLAND SOON 3
May 1, 1947 ORTHOPEDIC PENNY DRIVE UNDER WAY 1
May 1, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING 1
May 1, 1947 TWO NEW COACHES ACCEPT CONTRACTS 1
May 1, 1947 ENGAGEMENT OF MISS ROSEMARY BOND ANNOUNCED HERE SATURDAY 8
May 1, 1947 'LOAN CLOSET' FOR CANCER PATIENTS IS AIM OF GROUP 3
May 1, 1947 WARNING! THERE'S COYOTE TRAPS HERE 4
May 1, 1947 HEARINGS ON JUANITA WATER DISTRICT ARRANGED 1
May 1, 1947 OVERLAKE COLLIE CLUB OFFERS REWARD AGAINST POISONING 3
May 1, 1947 DECKER, LARRY 7
May 1, 1947 DRESSER, JENNIE 7
May 1, 1947 JACKMAN, HENRY 7
May 1, 1947 'LOAN CLOSET' FOR CANCER PATIENTS IS AIM OF GROUP 3
May 1, 1947 STOP FOR PEDESTRIANS (NEW CROSSWALKS) 2
May 1, 1947 HEARINGS ON JUANITA WATER DISTRICT ARRANGED 1
May 8, 1947 KIRKLAND BUS SERVICE SCHEDULE - STARTS SERVICE 4
May 8, 1947 BILL NICHOLSON WILL GET EAGLE RANK ON FRIDAY 5
May 8, 1947 CHURCH WILL BUY FUNERAL HOME HERE 1
May 8, 1947 IF BANK OPENS FRIDAY EVENINGS...STORES SHOULD FOLLOW 2
May 8, 1947 LOCAL BANK WILL CLOSE ON SATURDAY 1
May 8, 1947 SMALL GIRL BLAMED FOR OWN DEATH 4
May 8, 1947 FORWARD, KIRKLAND! 2
May 8, 1947 MORE THAN 100 CONTAINERS FOR PENNY DRIVE IN DOWNTOWN AREA 3
May 8, 1947 OPEN YOUR HEART FOR PENNY DRIVE 2
May 8, 1947 FOSTER HOMES OFTEN LOCATED NEAR KIRKLAND 8
May 8, 1947 HOUGHTON PEOPLE MAY INCORPORATE 1
May 8, 1947 IF BANK OPENS FRIDAY EVENINGS...STORES SHOULD FOLLOW 2
May 8, 1947 USE OUR LOCAL BUS 2
May 8, 1947 LAKE WASHINGTON 'WORLD' HONORED 1
May 8, 1947 LOCAL TEACHERS' WORK IS GIVEN REAL RECOGNITION 4
May 8, 1947 FESTIVAL PROGRAM NEARLY COMPLETE 1
May 8, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (PROPOSED INCORPORATION) 1
May 8, 1947 HOUGHTON PEOPLE MAY INCORPORATE 1
May 8, 1947 COMPANY IS WILLING TO OPERATE FERRY 4
May 8, 1947 DECEMBER 31, 1947?  (FERRY CONTRACT EXPIRATION) 2
May 8, 1947 KIRKLAND BUS SERVICE SCHEDULE - STARTS SERVICE 4
May 8, 1947 USE OUR LOCAL BUS 2
May 15, 1947 FRANK'S (REV AND MRS A G) CELEBRATE 40TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 7
May 15, 1947 SAVE NEXT FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 23, FOR EAST SIDE BAND CONCERT 3
May 15, 1947 BELLEVUE SHOPPING SQUARE HAS GRAND OPENING SATURDAY 7
May 15, 1947 LOCAL BANK WILL STAY OPEN FRIDAYS FROM 4:30 TO 6:30 1
May 15, 1947 FORMER RESIDENT KILLED BY SEAPLANE NEAR ANACORTES (DOUGHERTY, AL) 6
May 15, 1947 FORWARD KIRKLAND 2
May 15, 1947 FIRST CLASS DISTRICT 2
May 15, 1947 FIRST CLASS DISTRICT 2
May 15, 1947 NEW HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL 1
May 15, 1947 CAPACITY CROWD ENJOYS FESTIVAL OF MUSIC FRIDAY 7
May 15, 1947 RECORD EXPECTED AT BIG DOG SHOW 1
May 15, 1947 JUANITA RESIDENTS PREPARE TO VOTE ON WATER QUESTION 1
May 15, 1947 AD FOR WESTERN RAILROADS 6
May 15, 1947 LOCAL BEACHES TO OPEN JUNE 6 1
May 15, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (MAN ROBBED BY TEENS) 1
May 15, 1947 WILEY, HARRY 12
May 15, 1947 NORTH-SOUTH HIGHWAY ROUTE IN DOUBT 1
May 15, 1947 JUANITA RESIDENTS PREPARE TO VOTE ON WATER QUESTION 1
May 15, 1947 DONNA R WHITE, RICHARD CONOVER 8
May 22, 1947 TO PRESENT OPERA HERE JUNE 13-14 3
May 22, 1947 LANNY LARSON WINS 4-YEAR SCHOLARSHIP TO PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 3
May 22, 1947 LOCAL TEACHER'S OIL PAINTINGS ARE WINNING ACCLAIM (REPPETO, JOHN) 11
May 22, 1947 MRS ALICE COLMAN HONORED AT CONVENTION OF BUSINESS WOMEN 11
May 22, 1947 COUNCIL STUDIES PLAN TO ENFORCE BUILDING CODE 1
May 22, 1947 KIRKLAND NEEDS A GOOD BUILDING INSPECTOR 2
May 22, 1947 TRINITY LUTHERAN TO DEDICATE NEW CHURCH SUNDAY 15
May 22, 1947 SCHOOL-BUILT HOUSE NEARLY COMPLETE 9
May 22, 1947 "BEATS CARRYING WATER"  - WATER VOTE 2
May 22, 1947 FORWARD, KIRKLAND! 2
May 22, 1947 KIRKLAND EXTENDS A WARM WELCOME (PROPOSED HOUGHTON INCORPORATION) 2
May 22, 1947 BE SURE TO VOTE FOR JUANITA WATER 2
May 22, 1947 KIRKLAND NEEDS A GOOD BUILDING INSPECTOR 2
May 22, 1947 125 SENIORS WILL BE GRADUATED 9
May 22, 1947 JUANITA PICNIC AT SHADY BEACH IS HUGE SUCCESS 10
May 22, 1947 LEGION WILL SPONSOR MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE 1
May 22, 1947 QUEEN CANDIDATES CHOSEN 1
May 22, 1947 COUNCIL STUDIES PLAN TO ENFORCE BUILDING CODE 1
May 22, 1947 NOTED AUTHORITY ON HYGIENE WILL BE AT GATEWAY THEATRE W/ PICTURE 9
May 22, 1947 HOUSING INDUSTRY WILL START JUNE 1 1
May 22, 1947 BE SURE TO VOTE FOR JUANITA WATER 2
May 22, 1947 BE SURE TO VOTE FOR JUANITA WATER 2
May 22, 1947 VOTERS IN WATER DISTRICT NO 72 TO CAST BALLOTS 1
May 29, 1947 HAVLIK'S FIX-IT SHOP (NEW LOCATION) 3
May 29, 1947 KIRKLAND HONORS HER WAR DEAD 10
May 29, 1947 MANY INTERESTING DRAWINGS NOW ON DISPLAY IN KIRKLAND 2
May 29, 1947 FORWARD KIRKLAND! 2
May 29, 1947 ANN MARIE SUSNER ENGAGED TO MARRY ROBERT RAGSDALE 6
May 29, 1947 HONOR WAR DEAD ON MEMORIAL DAY 1
May 29, 1947 JUANITA APPROVES WATER PLAN; ROSE HILL VOTES 1
May 29, 1947 BEACHES TO OPEN NEXT FRIDAY 1
May 29, 1947 ROSE HILL BIBLE SCHOOL TO BEGIN 2
May 29, 1947 FREE PARKING LOT AD 5
May 29, 1947 JUANITA APPROVES WATER PLAN; ROSE HILL VOTES 1
May 29, 1947 HONOR WAR DEAD ON MEMORIAL DAY 1
May 29, 1947 MARION LITTLE, KARRY L NEAL 6
June 5, 1947 ANDERSEN'S BAKERY - REOPENING AFTER REDECORATING 2
June 5, 1947 KIRKLAND BROADCASTING STATION APPROVED 6
June 5, 1947 KIRKLANDS A LIVE TOWN 2
June 5, 1947 LOCAL GRADUATES WIN SCHOLARSHIPS 1
June 5, 1947 JEANINE FOSTER, RUSSELL H NELSON 8
June 5, 1947 PLAN HUGE WATER CARNIVAL AUGUST 2 1
June 5, 1947 TWO KIRKLAND SWIMMING BEACHES TO OFFICIALLY OPEN FRIDAY MORNING 5
June 5, 1947 THREE TEEN-AGE BOYS PICKED UP...HALLS BURGLARY CONFESSED 1
June 5, 1947 KIRKLAND TO HAVE NEW RADIO STATION 1
June 5, 1947 NELSON, CLARA N 7
June 5, 1947 ORSINGER, ADELIA 7
June 5, 1947 SPENCER, ARTHUR 7
June 5, 1947 LOCAL RECREATION PROGRAM STARTS 1
June 5, 1947 ROSE HILL VOTERS APPROVE FORMATION OF WATER DISTRICT 1
June 5, 1947 TWO 25-YEAR-OLD MODEL-T TRUCKS STILL IN REGULAR USE ON EAST SIDE 4
June 5, 1947 ROSE HILL VOTERS APPROVE FORMATION OF WATER DISTRICT 1
June 5, 1947 MARY JANE BARRIE, CARL G HOLMBERG 8
June 12, 1947 KIRKLAND SALES AND SERVICE DEPOT _ GRAND OPENING 2
June 12, 1947 27 PIANO PUPILS OF MRS CARLETON PRESENT RECITAL 4
June 12, 1947 KIRKLAND COOLER (PHOTO OF NEW JAIL) 6
June 12, 1947 STUDENT-BUILT HOUSE READY (PHOTO) 7
June 12, 1947 GOING FORWARD WITH KIRKLAND 2
June 12, 1947 LARGEST PARADE IN EAST SIDE HISTORY! 1
June 12, 1947 FUND STARTED TO BUY RESUSCITATOR FOR KIRKLAND 1
June 12, 1947 FIRST HOUSE WILL BE BUILT SOON 6
June 12, 1947 MORE BUS SERVICE TO START MONDAY 1
June 12, 1947 NEW BUS SCHEDULES 6
June 12, 1947 400 JUANITA PHONES OUT OF ORDER FOR NEARLY FIVE DAYS 1
June 12, 1947 ARMY FILM HELPS RELATIVES DECIDE FINAL BURIAL PLACE 1
June 12, 1947 MARGARET ANDERSON, JAMES JACOBSON 8
June 12, 1947 MARY WOODARD, LYNDLE IRICK 8
June 19, 1947 ICE CREAM MAN - GRAND OPENING (ICE CREAM CART) 2
June 19, 1947 MYSTERY PLANT HERE (PHOTO OF UNIDENTIFIABLE PLANT) 8
June 19, 1947 LOUELLA ARMSTRONG, HIGHLAND, WINS ANNUAL AAUW SCHOLARSHIP 3
June 19, 1947 KIRKLAND CITY HALL GROWING (PHOTO) 4
June 19, 1947 FOR C OF C PRESIDENT, NEEDHAM IS THE ONLY LOGICAL CHOICE 2
June 19, 1947 GOING FORWARD WITH KIRKLAND 2
June 19, 1947 NEEDHAM TO BE REELECTED HEAD OF C OF C 1
June 19, 1947 ORTHOPEDIC PENNY DRIVE NETS $431.68 1
June 19, 1947 TEEN-AGE CANTEEN WILL OPEN SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 21 3
June 19, 1947 FOR C OF C PRESIDENT, NEEDHAM IS THE ONLY LOGICAL CHOICE 2
June 19, 1947 TEEN-AGE CANTEEN WILL OPEN SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 21 3
June 19, 1947 HAVING TROUBLE WITH FLIES?  TRY A DDT SPRAYING! 7
June 19, 1947 NEW THROW-AWAY FABRICS IN USE 6
June 19, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING 1
June 19, 1947 RADIO STATION AT CENTER? 1
June 19, 1947 SONS OF NORWAY PRESIDENT TO VISIT 1
June 19, 1947 KIRKLAND HELPS IN FINDING FOSTER HOMES FOR NEEDY 9
June 19, 1947 AUXILIARY ELECTS EMMA TAYLOR AS NEW PRESIDENT 1
June 19, 1947 GLEN CLARENCE SHOOTS (FIRST) HOLE-IN-ONE AT JUANITA TUESDAY 5
June 19, 1947 BARBARA JEAN TRASK, JAMES KEIDER 8
June 19, 1947 KAILA DADALINE, O F LELAND 8
July 3, 1947 UNION OIL/KIRKLAND MARKETING STATION - GRAND OPENING 2
July 3, 1947 YAKIMA FRUIT AND PRODUCE - GRAND OPENING ACROSS FROM GOLF COURSE 6
July 3, 1947 MRS HAMMAR'S BOOK ON FINLAND IS NOW ON SALE 1
July 3, 1947 HOW TO IMPROVE BUSINESS! CHAMBER DISCUSSES ITS PLANS 1
July 3, 1947 TEEN-AGE CANTEEN PROVING POPULAR DURING VACATION 1
July 3, 1947 HOUGHTON TO VOTE ON INCORPORATION 1
July 3, 1947 NURSERY SCHOOL WILL MAKE SLIGHT INCREASE IN PRICE 2
July 3, 1947 KIDDIES' PARADE TO BE FEATURED PART OF FESTIVAL 1
July 3, 1947 MARY ELBIE LEADS QUEEN CONTEST (PHOTO OF KISSING CONTEST) 1
July 3, 1947 HOUGHTON TO VOTE ON INCORPORATION 1
July 3, 1947 JUANITA MAN, SHOT TWICE, FOUND IN BED 1
July 3, 1947 STOLEN DYNAMITE IS FOUND; JUVENILE THIEVES IN CUSTODY 1
July 3, 1947 PETTIT, HERMAN 4
July 3, 1947 MRS J S OSBORN IS ELECTED HEAD OF GARDEN CLUB 5
July 3, 1947 GEORGE TAUSAN TO HEAD EAGLES 1
July 3, 1947 CARLOTTA SCOTT, DOUGLAS DUNDAS 5
July 3, 1947 ELIZABETH SMITH, ROBERT C BARRIE 5
July 10, 1947 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 1
July 10, 1947 HOUGHTON IS NOW INCORPORATED CITY 1
July 10, 1947 FESTIVAL PLANS COMPLETE; QUEEN RACE IS 'HOT' 1
July 10, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (DIATRIBE ON HOUGHTON INCORPORATION) 1
July 10, 1947 HOUGHTON IS NOW INCORPORATED CITY 1
July 10, 1947 LOCAL TRANSFER COMPANY BOUGHT BU LOCAL MEN 1
July 10, 1947 MOTORISTS MUST STOP AT CROSSWALKS 1
July 10, 1947 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN TO SPONSOR NITE AT SHOW BOAT 3
July 10, 1947 ROSE HILL NEWS 4
July 10, 1947 BARBARA CHOPIS MARRIES CAPTAIN POHLEN IN TOKYO 7
July 10, 1947 MARTHA W BREER, LAWRENCE G LARSON 3
July 10, 1947 VIRGINIA ELBIE, KENNETH VAN STEENKISTE 7
July 17, 1947 BROADWAY TIRE SERVICE (TAKING CALLS - CAN'T FIND A BUILDING) 9
July 17, 1947 15-YEAR-OLD PIANIST FROM MINNEAPOLIS WILL GIVE RECITAL 6
July 17, 1947 CITY DEPARTMENTS ALREADY MOVING INTO NEW BUILDING 1
July 17, 1947 DRY-CLEANING DEMONSTRATION (PHOTO AT LAKESIDE CLEANERS) 7
July 17, 1947 FEDERAL OLD LINE INSURANCE COMPANY SETS UP LOCAL OFFICE 2
July 17, 1947 UNIFORM STORE HOURS NEXT WEEK! ALL LOCAL BUSINESSES OPEN 9 TO 6 1
July 17, 1947 ARMY AND NAVY WILL ADD COLOR TO BIG PARADES 1
July 17, 1947 FESTIVAL TWO WEEKS AWAY 1
July 17, 1947 COUNTY WELFARE AND HEALTH SERVICES COST $35,000,000 2
July 17, 1947 MORE EAST SIDE PEOPLE SHOULD BE USING CANNERY 1
July 17, 1947 HOUSEKEEPER, THOMAS 4
July 17, 1947 HUMBERT, FRED 4
July 17, 1947 INGERSOLL, JOHN 4
July 17, 1947 MARRON, ETTA 4
July 17, 1947 WOODS, MAUDE 4
July 17, 1947 KIRKLAND HONORED WITH SPECIAL RACE AT LONGACRES TRACK 1
July 17, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (LOSS OF FERRIES) 1
July 17, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (FLOATING BRIDGE FROM SAND PT TO CHAMPAGNE PT) 1
July 17, 1947 JUANITA ROLOFF, CLARENCE HARIG 6
July 17, 1947 MISS JEANNIE FOSTER, RUSSELL NELSON 6
July 17, 1947 VIRGINIA GRAVES, DEL BRODEN 6
July 24, 1947 ST PAULS LUTHERAN LADIES AID OBSERVES ITS 25TH ANNIVERSARY 3
July 24, 1947 HAPPY REUNION (RUSSELL, MRS JOHN/O'NEIL POLLY ANN/HANSON E P) 1
July 24, 1947 GASOLINE DEALERS ARE ORGANIZED TO STANDARDIZE PRICES 1
July 24, 1947 KIRKLAND ASSUMING AIR OF FESTIVITY 1
July 24, 1947 COUNCIL VOTES $24000 FOR AIRPORT 1
July 24, 1947 RALPH BROWN NAMED HEAD OF PUGET SOUND POWER AND LIGHT HERE 3
July 24, 1947 IRENE BAKER, LAVERNE LARSON 4
July 31, 1947 EAST SIDE FURNITURE (PHOTO) 9
July 31, 1947 HOWARD HILTON, HR, WILL SPEND TWO YEARS IN BUDAPEST, HUNGARY 3
July 31, 1947 NEW CITY HALL TO BE DEDICATED THIS SATURDAY 1
July 31, 1947 LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT GETS CONSIDERATION 9
July 31, 1947 NEW TEACHERS WILL BE NEEDING HOUSING 12
July 31, 1947 COLLIE SHOW IS ON PROGRAM (SUMMER FESTIVAL) 9
July 31, 1947 KIRKLAND READY FOR FESTIVAL 1
July 31, 1947 MARY ELBIE LEADS FESTIVAL QUEEN RACE AS CONTEST NEARS CLOSE 11
July 31, 1947 COUNCIL PASSES NEW PLUMBING CODE 9
July 31, 1947 BENNETT, HAROLD 6
July 31, 1947 EISENBEIS, FRED 6
July 31, 1947 HIGGENBOTHAM, LEE 6
July 31, 1947 STANEK, FRANK 6
July 31, 1947 LOCAL EAGLES LODGE INITIATES 15 NEW MEMBERS 9
July 31, 1947 REV LEWIS BAILEY NAMED NEW VICAR OF EPISCOPAL CHURCH 1
July 31, 1947 LOCAL CITY DADS ALSO VOTE TO TAKE OFFICIAL CENSUS 9
July 31, 1947 CHARLOTTE GROFF MARRIES PORTLAND MAN HERE 3
July 31, 1947 MARGARET A WILLLIAMS, ARTHUR W BEECH 5
August 7, 1947 UNIFORM SERVICE PRICES - GAS STATIONS 7
August 7, 1947 MARY ELBIE MASSES 354,000 VOTES TO WIN QUEEN TITLE 2
August 7, 1947 MORE THAN 10000 PEOPLE GATHER HERE FOR SUMMER FESTIVAL (PHOTOS) 9
August 7, 1947 SUMMER FESTIVAL VERY SUCCESSFUL 1
August 7, 1947 REV FRANK BLISH RESIGNS POSITION AT LOCAL CHURCH 1
August 7, 1947 DOROTHY MAE BROWN, GEORGE ISACKSON 8
August 14, 1947 DUCETTES MARRIED 50 YEARS 1
August 14, 1947 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PLANS OUTLINED 1
August 14, 1947 FIGURES REVEAL FESTIVAL ALMOST 'BROKE EVEN' 1
August 14, 1947 FLY DUE TO JOIN DODO AS EXTINCT MUSEUM PIECE (DDT USAGE) 4
August 14, 1947 ROSE HILL LADIES ARE ASKING FOR OLD SHEETS TO MAKE BANDAGES 3
August 14, 1947 HENDRICKSON, ANDREW 6
August 14, 1947 LINCH, EDWARD 6
August 14, 1947 NAME COMMITTEE TO SELECT MEW CHURCH MINISTER 1
August 14, 1947 STATE POPULATION DOWN 50,000 OVER HIGH PEAK OF 1945 7
August 14, 1947 LOCAL FERRY SERVICE TO CONTINUE 1
August 14, 1947 WORLD WAR VETS MAY GET MEDALS 10
August 14, 1947 BETTY LANDVATTER, ROBERT KEITH HESS 6
August 14, 1947 MILDRED CLARK, JACK MEMPA 6
August 14, 1947 ROSE BAKER, ERIC STALHAMER 6
August 21, 1947 CHAMBER FAVORS OUTDOOR ADVERTISING SIGNS; $5 LICENSE .. REQUIRED 1
August 21, 1947 CHAMBER PLANS TO RAISE $4000 1
August 21, 1947 INCREASE IN ENROLLMENT IS EXPECTED 9
August 21, 1947 NEW TEACHERS (PHOTOS) 1
August 21, 1947 PRINCIPAL CHANGE (PHOTO) 3
August 21, 1947 SALYER WILL TAKE OVER AS PRINCIPAL OF HIGH SCHOOL 9
August 21, 1947 HOUGHTON HAS ITS PROBLEMS; BUSINESS TAX NOT LIKELY TO BE POPULAR 1
August 21, 1947 NEW KIRKLAND FACTORY (BRUCE HOLSTON COMPANY) 2
August 21, 1947 BIRD, ROBERT 4
August 21, 1947 GRAYBURN, NEWELL 4
August 21, 1947 LINCH, EDWARD 4
August 21, 1947 REV LEWIS J BAILEY WILL BE INSTALLED WEDNESDAY EVENING 15
August 21, 1947 BUSSES TO MEET FERRIES IN SEATTLE 1
August 21, 1947 $15,000 SEWER EXTENSION IS VOTED 1
August 21, 1947 MARGIT FOSJORD, BILLY CURTSINGER 5
August 21, 1947 STELLA DOROTHY BLETH, FRANK STANFORD 5
August 28, 1947 C OF C IS WORKING ON FERRY PLANS 1
August 28, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING 1
August 28, 1947 LAKE WASHINGTON HEAD MEN (PHOTO) 1
August 28, 1947 LOCAL SCHOOLS TO OPEN WEDNESDAY 1
August 28, 1947 WOMEN INTERESTED IN ADULT STUDY GROUPS ARE INVITED TO MEET 3
August 28, 1947 PATRICIA PETERSON TO MARRY IN OLYMPIA 3
August 28, 1947 JUANITA WATER DISTRICT IS BUSY 1
August 28, 1947 MARTIN, EDWARD 4
August 28, 1947 PART OF ROSE HILL WATER DISTRICT MAY WITHDRAW 1
August 28, 1947 C OF C IS WORKING ON FERRY PLANS 1
August 28, 1947 PART OF ROSE HILL WATER DISTRICT MAY WITHDRAW 1
August 28, 1947 HELP WANTED - REFINED WOMEN AS HOUSEKEEPER 9
August 28, 1947 DOLORES ARNSON, JAMES ELVES 4
August 28, 1947 DOROTHY MAY LITTLE, JACK WILLIAM GREENLEAF 8
August 28, 1947 YVONNE SIIRO, CLARENCE PETERSON 8
September 4, 1947 STUDY PLANS FOR LIGHTING CIVIC FIELD 1
September 4, 1947 MORE ATTEMPTS TO TRANSFER FROM SCHOOL DISTRICT 1
September 4, 1947 RECORD ENROLLMENT IN LOCAL SCHOOLS 1
September 4, 1947 LOCAL POLICE URGE ALL MOTORISTS TO DRIVE CAREFULLY NEAR SCHOOLS 3
September 4, 1947 BRYANT, MILDRED 4
September 4, 1947 MONTGOMERY, HENRY 4
September 4, 1947 NEW PHONE BOOK READY FOR MAILING 1
September 4, 1947 DORIS ANN RICHARDS, JAMES HARDIN 1
September 4, 1947 EMILY ALEXANDER, DANIEL P GRIFFITH 8
September 4, 1947 EVELYN SEMMONS, LOUIS SAUNDERS 8
September 4, 1947 LEONA VAN DE BOSSCHE, ROBERT BIXBY 1
September 4, 1947 MARY LOU MCCLURE, THOMAS E GIBBS 8
September 4, 1947 VIRGINIA LOUISE DIEHM, GLEN HUETT WILLIAMS 8
September 11, 1947 WESTERN RAILROADS (AD AGAINST UNION DEMANDS) 4
September 11, 1947 ROGERS (MR AND MRS CLYDE) TO HAVE GOLDEN WEDDING 1
September 11, 1947 HOW CIVIC CENTER CAN BE OF USE TO LOCAL PEOPLE 1
September 11, 1947 KIRKLAND CIVIC FIELD TO HAVE LIGHTS 1
September 11, 1947 CITY NEEDS PAVED STREETS, CURBS, SIDEWALKS 1
September 11, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (MENTION OF JAPANESE INTERNMENT) 1
September 11, 1947 HELGESEN, OLGA 12
September 11, 1947 WESTFOLD, FRIEDA 12
September 11, 1947 CHURCH WOMEN MAKE DRESSINGS (PHOTO) 1
September 11, 1947 EASTERN STAR HAS BIRTHDAY 1
September 11, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (1947 SCHOOL DATA) 1
September 11, 1947 ALICE O KINNEBERG, ROBERT ENGELBRECHT 8
September 11, 1947 WILAM COLLINS, LESTER BENNETT 8
September 18, 1947 THE LAKE LUMBER CO (NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS) 9
September 18, 1947 STATE APPROVES $576,000 FOR SCHOOL 1
September 18, 1947 SEAPLANE TURNS OVER IN WATER 1
September 18, 1947 CHAMBER BACKS RADIO STATION AT CIVIC CENTER 1
September 18, 1947 ROSE POINT WILL VOTE ON QUESTION OF ANNEXATION 1
September 18, 1947 KIRKLAND YOUNG PEOPLE SCATTER THROUGHOUT U.S. 7
September 18, 1947 VOCATIONAL WORK BEING STRESSED IN LOCAL SCHOOLS 3
September 18, 1947 JUANITA PLANNING HARVEST FESTIVAL, MINSTREL SHOW 1
September 18, 1947 NEW INDUSTRY IN KIRKLAND (MCINTYRE'S FINE FOODS - PHOTO) 1
September 18, 1947 JUANITA PLANNING HARVEST FESTIVAL, MINSTREL SHOW 1
September 18, 1947 CHAMBER BACKS RADIO STATION AT CIVIC CENTER 1
September 18, 1947 CONNORS, IRVING M 7
September 18, 1947 HARMESON, ALLAN 7
September 18, 1947 HAYDEN, ROBIN LYNN 7
September 18, 1947 MARTIN, PETER 7
September 18, 1947 RICHARDSON, W J 7
September 18, 1947 WARNICK, CHARLES 7
September 18, 1947 ROTARIANS WATCH UNUSUAL MOVIES AT MEETING MONDAY 6
September 18, 1947 WORSHIP SERVICE TO BE INSTITUTED BY NEW VICAR (ST JOHN'S EPISCOPAL) 6
September 18, 1947 ENROLLMENT KEEPS GROWING IN LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOLS 1
September 25, 1947 LAKESIDE CLEANERS (PHOTO) 9
September 25, 1947 SCHULTZ'S (MR AND MRS CHARLES) HAVE SILVER WEDDING 1
September 25, 1947 SUMMER THEATRE WILL BE READY FOR NEXT YEAR 1
September 25, 1947 CANTEEN WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO BARRACKS SOON 1
September 25, 1947 OPEN MEETING TO DISCUSS L.I.D.'S 1
September 25, 1947 EVEREST (H P) NAMED TO SCHOOL COMMITTEE 1
September 25, 1947 HOT PLATE LUNCHES AVAILABLE TO ALL CHILDREN IN SCHOOL DISTRICT 3
September 25, 1947 OPEN MEETING TO DISCUSS L.I.D.'S 1
September 25, 1947 LOCAL ROTARY CLUB HAS TENTH BIRTHDAY 1
September 30, 1947 CAVALIN'S (CARL) FIREPLACE A THING OF BEAUTY ... 9
September 30, 1947 DEDICATION OF NEW WAR MEMORIAL FIELD SLATED NEXT FRIDAY EVENING 5
September 30, 1947 NEW REPAIR FIRM OPENED BY KIDDER 9
September 30, 1947 GOOD NEIGHBOR DRIVE LAUNCHED...VOLUNTEERS SCHEDULED 1
September 30, 1947 EXPECT APPROVAL OF SCHOOL BUDGET 5
September 30, 1947 DIVERGENT FACTIONS DISCUSS EXPANSION OF JUANITA'S WATER 1
September 30, 1947 LEGAL ENTANGLEMENTS SLOW JUANITA'S WATER EXPANSION 9
September 30, 1947 STATE TO AWARD 2A ROAD BID OCTOBER 19 1
September 30, 1947 DIVERGENT FACTIONS DISCUSS EXPANSION OF JUANITA'S WATER 1
September 30, 1947 LEGAL ENTANGLEMENTS SLOW JUANITA'S WATER EXPANSION 9
September 30, 1947 PHONE DIRECTORIES ARE LARGER THIS YEAR; NEW PREFIXES GO INTO USE 1
September 30, 1947 STATE DELUGED BY MAIL PROTESTING TELEPHONE RATES 1
September 30, 1947 BARBARA FISHER, REX KENNEDY 10
October 2, 1947 U OF W TOURING THEATRE TO GIVE 'MACBETH' HERE 11
October 2, 1947 JOHN REPPETEAUX TO EXHIBIT PAINTINGS AT SEATTLE MUSEUM 1
October 2, 1947 WAR MEMORIAL HOUSE FOR SALE (PHOTO) 11
October 2, 1947 MORE LIGHT IN THE RIGHT PLACES WOULD HELP (STREET LIGHTS) 2
October 2, 1947 USED CLOTHING TO BE COLLECTED BY LOCAL SCHOOLS OCTOBER 14-15 3
October 2, 1947 CENTRAL SCHOOL BOY PATROL (PHOTO) 6
October 2, 1947 SELLING CLASS WORKING OUT 1
October 2, 1947 FREE SMALLPOX AND DIPHTHERIA IMMUNIZATION 1
October 2, 1947 FUQUAY, RONALD 6
October 2, 1947 SHAW, JACK 6
October 2, 1947 DISTRICT LEGION MEETING IN KIRKLAND! 1
October 2, 1947 KIRKLAND ATHLETIC CLUB IS FORMED MONDAY EVENING 11
October 2, 1947 BUSINESS WOMEN PLAN SPECIAL WEEK 1
October 7, 1947 BETTY HARRIS, SCHOOL DIETITIAN, HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE 9
October 7, 1947 OUR TOWN (OBAN, ED AND ANN) 8
October 7, 1947 NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK 1
October 7, 1947 TWO BIG NEW HOME DEVELOPMENTS ANNOUNCED 1
October 7, 1947 ILA HOUSNER, LEONARD A LORENZEN 10
October 7, 1947 CITIZENS UNHAPPY OVER RAMSHACKLE HOUSES AND RATS 1
October 7, 1947 EAST SIDE BEST SIDE (EDITORIAL ON SEGREGATION) 1
October 7, 1947 CITY OK'S $2,200 FOR LID WORK 1
October 7, 1947 CITY PLANS BOOST IN SEWER RATES FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT 1
October 7, 1947 YULE DECORATIONS HAVE NEW LOOK 1
October 7, 1947 PROGRESS MADE IN SOLVING JUANITA WATER DISTRICT EXPANSION PROBLEM 1
October 7, 1947 WOMEN'S CLUB SPONSORS 'GET ACQUAINTED' COFFEE PARTY FOR NEWCOMERS 11
October 7, 1947 COLORFUL CEREMONIES TO MARK DEDICATION OF ATHLETIC PARK 1
October 7, 1947 CITY OK'S $2,200 FOR LID WORK 1
October 7, 1947 CITY PLANS BOOST IN SEWER RATES FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT 1
October 7, 1947 PROGRESS MADE IN SOLVING JUANITA WATER DISTRICT EXPANSION PROBLEM 1
October 7, 1947 STATE APPROVES RATES (TELEPHONE) SIMILAR TO BELLEVUE TARIFF 1
October 7, 1947 CAROL RAE RICHARDSON, KENNETH GEORGE KOSKI 10
October 7, 1947 SHERILL MILLER, LAWRENCE NADEAU 10
October 9, 1947 FARRER'S SEA FOODS - OPENING 6
October 9, 1947 J B BRAND RABBIT IN WINE SAUCE - LOCAL PRODUCT 2
October 9, 1947 L J HENDRICKSON SETS UP ACCOUNTING OFFICE IN KIRKLAND 11
October 9, 1947 A HUNTIN' WE WILL GO 5
October 9, 1947 I SAID 'KEEP ME GREEN' 4
October 9, 1947 PARISH (ELMO) HEADS CHEST DRIVE 1
October 9, 1947 I SAID 'KEEP ME GREEN - CARTOON 4
October 9, 1947 COUNCIL ADOPTS BIG BUDGET FOR 1947 1
October 9, 1947 COUNCIL ADOPTS BIG BUDGET FOR CITY 1
October 9, 1947 GROSS TAX IN HOUGHTON IS DROPPED 1
October 9, 1947 GROSS TAX IN HOUGHTON IS DROPPED 1
October 9, 1947 LEON J THOMAS HAS INTERESTING INDIAN COLLECTION 1
October 9, 1947 DISTRICT LEGION CONCLAVE FRIDAY 1
October 9, 1947 RADIO EVANGELIST (REV J E WILLIAMS) PLANNING REVIVAL SERVICES HER 9
October 9, 1947 RADIO EVANGELIST PLANNING REVIVAL SERVICES HERE (REV J E WILLIAMS 9
October 9, 1947 VIRGINIA LUTHER, HAROLD HEMRICK 8
October 16, 1947 HANSEN MOTOR COMPANY (MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEWS ARTICLE) 4
October 16, 1947 CONCERT GROUP BEING FORMED 1
October 16, 1947 REPORT ON THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 2
October 16, 1947 LOCAL RIDER WILL RIDE IN HORSE SHOW (BARBARA FOTHERINGHAM) 4
October 16, 1947 SUSPENDED LAW OF GRAVITY! (HIGH TAXES AND PRICES) 2
October 16, 1947 WHO CARES ABOUT THEIR FORESTS!! 4
October 16, 1947 KIRKLAND C OF C VOTES TO SUPPORT SAFETY CAMPAIGN 1
October 16, 1947 RESIGNS - ART NEEDHAM RESIGNS (PHOTO) 1
October 16, 1947 COMMUNITY CHEST WORKERS ALREADY BUSY HERE 1
October 16, 1947 ADULT LETTERING CLASS PLANNED AT HIGH SCHOOL 7
October 16, 1947 DRIVING COURSE NOW IS OFFERED AT HIGH SCHOOL 2
October 16, 1947 MISS DONNA HARRIETTE JAMIESON AND MR MARSHALL PRICE DALRYMPLE 8
October 16, 1947 WHO CARES ABOUT THEIR FORESTS!! - CARTOON 4
October 16, 1947 JUANITA HARVEST FESTIVAL SATURDAY PROVES HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL 3
October 16, 1947 SAFETY DRIVE STARTS MONDAY 1
October 16, 1947 JUANITA HARVEST FESTIVAL SATURDAY PROVES HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL 3
October 16, 1947 ADAMS, WEBB 6
October 16, 1947 BOLLING, ANDREW 6
October 16, 1947 COVER, FRANK 6
October 16, 1947 SACHS, JOHN 6
October 16, 1947 BUSINESS WOMEN TO CONVENE HERE 1
October 16, 1947 HEARING ON BUS SERVICE OCTOBER 24 1
October 16, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (BUYOUT OF KIRKLAND TELEPHONE CO) 1
October 16, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (TAKEOVER OF KIRKLAND TELEPHONE CO) 1
October 16, 1947 POLISH OR SWEDISH PREFERRED FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK 9
October 23, 1947 TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR FINE CONCERTS HERE THIS WINTER 2
October 23, 1947 MRS HAMMAR'S BOOK FEATURED IN SEATTLE STORE 4
October 23, 1947 COUNCIL ASKED TO TEAR DOWN OLD CITY HALL 1
October 23, 1947 ROSE POINT ELECTION SET FOR TUESDAY TO DECIDE ON COMING INTO CITY 1
October 23, 1947 EDUCATION PUPILS PAINTING CANTEEN AS CLASS PROJECT 3
October 23, 1947 HIGH SCHOOL PAPER WINS HIGHEST AWARD IN CONTEST 9
October 23, 1947 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ISSUE COURTESY TICKETS IN SAFETY DRIVE 3
October 23, 1947 VAN DE BOSSCHE, GOODWIN (MARILYN) TO PLAY CLASS PLAY LEADS 1
October 23, 1947 ROSE POINT ELECTION SET FOR TUESDAY TO DECIDE ON COMING INTO CITY 1
October 23, 1947 KIRKLAND IS HOST TO BUSINESS WOMEN 1
October 23, 1947 QUESTIONNAIRE WILL BE SENT TO 4,300 LOCAL RESIDENTS 1
October 23, 1947 QUESTIONNAIRE WILL BE SENT TO 4,300 RESIDENTS 1
October 23, 1947 SEATTLE BUS HEARING IS POSTPONED 1
October 23, 1947 BONITA MCFARLAND, FRED MACKENZIE 8
October 23, 1947 EVELYN MONROE, JAMES CRAWFORD 8
October 23, 1947 JOYCE CLICK, ROBERT ZIEROW 8
October 30, 1947 CRABTREES (MR AND MRS D W) HAVE 40TH ANNIVERSARY 1
October 30, 1947 COMMUNITY CHEST CLOSING DATE IS EXTENDED HERE 2
October 30, 1947 COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE FAR SHORT OF GOAL LOCALLY 1
October 30, 1947 ROSE POINT ANNEXATION IS APPROVED 1
October 30, 1947 VOCATIONAL TESTS HERE NEXT WEEK 7
October 30, 1947 PENTHOUSE STYLE PLAY WILL BE GIVEN AT WOMAN'S CLUB NOV 1 3
October 30, 1947 SAFETY DRIVE HERE GOING OVER WELL 1
October 30, 1947 WILLIAMS, BERTHA 10
October 30, 1947 BIG DRIVE FOR LEGION MEMBERS 1
October 30, 1947 SWANSON (CHARLEY) TO HEAD KIWANIS 1
October 30, 1947 WHITE OR JAPANESE MAID WANTED 9
October 30, 1947 BETTY ROCKWELL, JAMES BARETT 6
October 30, 1947 DORIS TRAPP, WAYNE SOLTAU 6
October 30, 1947 GRACE CONDO, THOMAS BLAYLOCK 10
November 6, 1947 EAST SIDE YMCA WILL OPEN DRIVE 1
November 6, 1947 HOUGHTON ALLOWS CHAMNESS PERMIT 1
November 6, 1947 COUNCIL PASSES FOOD ORDINANCE 1
November 6, 1947 COUNCIL PASSES FOOD ORDINANCE 1
November 6, 1947 HOUGHTON ALLOWS CHAMNESS PERMIT 1
November 6, 1947 ROSE HILL WATER DISTRICT WILL HAVE ELECTION TUESDAY, DEC 9 3
November 6, 1947 SURVEY SHOWS PEOPLE WANT PARKING METERS 1
November 6, 1947 LOCAL FERRY WILL CONTINUE OPERATION 1
November 6, 1947 RAILWAY EXPRESS TO HAVE DELIVERY 1
November 6, 1947 RATES INCREASED ON LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE CALLS 1
November 6, 1947 ROSE HILL WATER DISTRICT WILL HAVE ELECTION TUESDAY, DEC 9 3
November 6, 1947 JACK B JONES, ANITA PARRY 8
November 6, 1947 LUELLA V BRACKEN, HARRIS GOGERT 2
November 13, 1947 VAL'S MOBIL SERVICE - NEW OWNER 7
November 13, 1947 W WITTENMEYERS CELEBRATE THEIR 57TH ANNIVERSARY 1
November 13, 1947 NO CHRISTMAS STREET DECORATIONS! MERCHANTS SEND FUNDS TO STARVING 1
November 13, 1947 KIRKLAND STREET SCENE 1
November 13, 1947 PHIL MARSH HIRED AS SUPERVISOR OF REVAMPED TEEN CANTEEN 3
November 13, 1947 PHOTO OF CARS DONATED FOR DRIVING CLASS 2
November 13, 1947 THESPIAN PLAYERS WILL GIVE MYSTERY PLAY NOVEMBER 14 4
November 13, 1947 PLAN SAFETY MEETING MONDAY 1
November 13, 1947 FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH OFFICIALLY ORGANIZED NOV 2 7
November 13, 1947 REDMOND-KIRKLAND BUS HEARING DEC 1 1
November 13, 1947 KIRKLAND STREET SCENE - CARTOON 1
November 13, 1947 EVELYN KALYBABA, HOWARD FRITCHMAN 6
November 13, 1947 LOIS TURNER, DANIEL SNOPE 6
November 13, 1947 WEDDING VOWS FOR GENEVIEVE THOMPSON 3
November 20, 1947 LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH MUSICIANS PLAY, SING... 9
November 20, 1947 COUNCIL GOING AHEAD WITH ANNEXATION PLANS 1
November 20, 1947 REAL ESTATE OFFICE REPORTS INCREASED PROPERTY ACTIVITY 7
November 20, 1947 CITIZEN'S APPROVE PLANS FOR SCHOOLS 1
November 20, 1947 MANY GIRLS TAKE NEW SAFE DRIVING CLASSES AT SCHOOL 1
November 20, 1947 COUNCIL GOING AHEAD WITH ANNEXATION PLANS 1
November 20, 1947 ANOTHER NEW INDUSTRY (KIRKLAND MACHINE AND SPECIALTY SHOP) 4
November 20, 1947 GLORIA JOHNSON CHOSEN TO REPRESENT LOCAL SORORITY IN CONTEST 3
November 20, 1947 COUNTY ROADS NEED IMPROVEMENT 1
November 20, 1947 VICTORY AND DEFENSE MEDALS TO BE GIVEN AT LEGION MEETING 6
November 27, 1947 STANLEYS (MR AND MRS R G) CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY 4
November 27, 1947 WATERFRONT BUSINESS PROPERTY BOUGHT BY WALTER WARD 3
November 27, 1947 CITY STUDYING FERRY PROBLEM 1
November 27, 1947 NEW BRIDGE COMPLETED (KIRKLAND-BOTHELL) 1
November 27, 1947 MARY CLEARWATER,  LAWRENCE CAMPBELL 4
December 4, 1947 W J SCOTTS WILL CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY 10
December 4, 1947 MRS BAGGALEY (GLADYS) HAS ACTIVE ROLE AT CONVENTION 7
December 4, 1947 DONATIONS REQUESTED FOR NEEDY 1
December 4, 1947 LEGION ASKS GIFTS FOR INJURED VETS 1
December 4, 1947 REZONING HEARING MONDAY 1
December 4, 1947 ABOUT ROSE HILL WATER DISTRICT 1
December 4, 1947 CALLIER, ALBERT 2
December 4, 1947 JENSEN, CHRIS 2
December 4, 1947 MURPHY, IVY 2
December 4, 1947 LOCAL KIWANIS GROUP RECEIVES OFFICIAL CHARTER 1
December 4, 1947 ROSE HILL WATER ELECTION ON TUESDAY 1
December 4, 1947 CONTROVERSIAL BUS SERVICE HEARING AT NEW CITY HALL 1
December 4, 1947 ROSE HILL WATER ELECTION ON TUESDAY 1
December 4, 1947 LEGION ASKS GIFTS FOR INJURED VETS 1
December 4, 1947 ESTHER GOODWIN MARRIES GEORGE STALEY 6
December 4, 1947 VIOLA BERG, ROBERT STUART 6
December 11, 1947 BEAUTIFUL NEW HUDSON NOW ON DISPLAY HERE AT LELAND MOTORS 11
December 11, 1947 GIRLS DOMINATE SCHOOL HONOR ROLL 9
December 11, 1947 CITY WILL PROBABLY PURCHASE BEACH 1
December 11, 1947 SAFETY COUNCIL STARTS CAMPAIGN TO CHECK DEATHS 9
December 11, 1947 CITY WILL PROBABLY PURCHASE BEACH 1
December 11, 1947 RADIO STATION READY SOON 1
December 11, 1947 FOSTER, GEORGE RAY 3
December 11, 1947 GARRETT, JOHN E 4
December 11, 1947 PAULSON, NILS 4
December 11, 1947 SANFORD, WILLIS 4
December 11, 1947 ROTARY HEARS PEARL WANAMAKER, HEAD OF STATE SCHOOL SYSTEM 3
December 11, 1947 ROSE HILL WATER PLAN BEATEN AT POLLS TUESDAY 1
December 11, 1947 FERRY BIDS WILL BE OPENED NEXT MONDAY MORNING 1
December 11, 1947 ROSE HILL WATER PLAN BEATEN AT POLLS TUESDAY 1
December 11, 1947 NORMA NORDWALL, WESLEY NORTON 12
December 11, 1947 SHIRLEY HOOPS, KENNETH VAGUE 4
December 11, 1947 ZEPHYR ROCKWELL, PETER TARASKA 12
December 18, 1947 NEILSON (AL) IS VOTED HEAD OF CHAMBER 1
December 18, 1947 FACULTY CHANGES IN LOCAL SCHOOLS 1
December 18, 1947 LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOLS LUNCH PROGRAM COMPLIMENTED HIGHLY 3
December 18, 1947 COUNCIL APPROVES ROSE POINT ANNEXATION 1
December 18, 1947 HOUGHTON TOWN COUNCIL DOESN'T PASS RESOLUTION 1
December 18, 1947 NEW INDUSTRY TAKES OVER SHIPYARD 1
December 18, 1947 NEW INDUSTRY TAKES OVER SHIPYARD 1
December 18, 1947 HANSEN, ELMER J 6
December 18, 1947 NERHEIM, KARL J 6
December 18, 1947 FEDERATED CLUBS ELECT WM BOWIE NEW PRESIDENT 1
December 18, 1947 CHURCH CHANGES NAME (PEOPLE' CHURCH - KIRKLAND BIBLE CHURCH) 8
December 18, 1947 LOCAL CONGREGATION VOTES TO EXTEND CALL TO WISCONSIN MAN 1
December 18, 1947 FRANKLY SPEAKING (POOR PHONE SERVICE) 1
December 18, 1947 MARY JOHNSON, JAMES BRENNAN 8
December 25, 1947 FITCHES (MR AND MRS WILLIS L) OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING 1
December 25, 1947 CHRISTMAS BUSINESS 'FAIR' 1
December 25, 1947 COUNTY WILL OPERATE KIRKLAND FERRY 1
January 1, 1948 FAMILY GARDENS NEEDED THIS YEAR TO KEEP COST OF LIVING DOWN 3
January 1, 1948 MORE MONEY NEEDED IN FUND FOR XMAS SEALS 3
January 1, 1948 CHILDREN'S MOTION PICTURE TASTES TO BE DISCUSSED 3
January 1, 1948 KIRKLAND SHOWS GAIN DURING 1947 1
January 1, 1948 CULVER, ELEANOR 4
January 1, 1948 MANVILLE, ROSE 4
January 1, 1948 STENTZ, OTTO EMIL A 4
January 1, 1948 WATSON, ROBERT F 4
January 8, 1948 BALANCE IS DUE ON PLEDGES FOR WAR MEMORIAL 1
January 8, 1948 PRESIDENT NAMES EIGHT COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN OF C C 1
January 8, 1948 FILM ON ATOM BOMB WILL BE SHOWN AT CHURCH 7
January 8, 1948 MORE ADULT VOCATIONAL TRAINING WILL SOON BE AVAILABLE HERE 7
January 8, 1948 ANN CHAMNESS, CLARENCE C CHAMBERS JR 6
January 8, 1948 NEW INDUSTRY TAKES OVER PART OF FORMER SHIPYARDS 1
January 8, 1948 REPORT OF LIBRARY REVEALS PURCHASE OF 570 NEW BOOKS 1
January 8, 1948 FOSTER, JAMES C 4
January 8, 1948 SIMPSON, ELIZABETH 4
January 8, 1948 NEW MINISTER TO ARRIVE SOON (CONGREGATIONAL) 1
January 8, 1948 COUNTY IS OPERATING FERRY SMOOTHLY 1
January 8, 1948 DONNA HARIETTE JAMIESON, MARSHALL PRICE DALYRIMPLE 6
January 15, 1948 MARRIED 40 YEARS (TAUSAN, MR AND MRS LEIF) 1
January 15, 1948 COMMUNITY CHEST DIRECTORS REPORT ON 1948 FINANCES 2
January 15, 1948 ADULT CLASSES TO BE OFFERED 1
January 15, 1948 LOCAL SCHOOL BOY PATROL IS HONORED 1
January 15, 1948 FORTNER, THURZA E 3
January 15, 1948 MATSON, INFANT 3
January 15, 1948 NEILSON, ROBERT 1
January 15, 1948 NEILSON, ROBERT 3
January 15, 1948 SCHINDLER, MARTHA M 3
January 15, 1948 1000 EXPECTED AT BOXING SMOKER 1
January 15, 1948 MONEY IS AVAILABLE FOR ROADS 1
January 15, 1948 ROSE HILL PTA REQUESTS 'CAUTION' SIGN ON HIGHWAY 8
January 15, 1948 GENEVA JUNE LOGSDON, STANLEY G FRITCH 7
January 15, 1948 MIRIAM HALL, MAX WYNE BROWER 9
January 22, 1948 TAYLOR OUTLINES STAND OF LEGION ON SUBVERSIVES 9
January 22, 1948 TWO SCHOOL DIRECTOR POSITIONS OPEN 1
January 22, 1948 MARIONETTES AT HIGH SCHOOL SATURDAY TO PLEASE LOCAL CHILDREN 3
January 22, 1948 FOOD ORDINANCE VOTED BY COUNCIL 1
January 22, 1948 GENERAL PETROLEUM ASKS ZONING CHANGE IN HOUGHTON TOWN 7
January 22, 1948 GOEPFERT, GEORGE 7
January 22, 1948 SESSIONS, JULIA H 7
January 22, 1948 KIRKLAND WOMAN'S CLUB REFURNISHES CLUBHOUSE KITCHEN 8
January 22, 1948 CITY OF KIRKLAND WILL OPERATE FERRY 1
January 22, 1948 CONDITION OF ROADS REPORTED 1
January 29, 1948 ABOUT 600 ADULTS, YOUNGSTERS ENJOY MARIONETTE SHOW 6
January 29, 1948 KIRKLAND EXTENDS FIRE SERVICE TO HOUGHTON DISTRICT 1
January 29, 1948 FOOD SANITATION CLASSES ARE OPEN TO PUBLIC 1
January 29, 1948 KIRKLAND EXTENDS FIRE SERVICE TO HOUGHTON DISTRICT 1
January 29, 1948 POLICE ANNOUNCE STRICTER BAIL RULES 1
January 29, 1948 BOOTH, ELVA M 7
January 29, 1948 KENNEY, JAMES A 7
January 29, 1948 RIDDELL, FRANK G 7
January 29, 1948 SOHN, WALTER E 7
January 29, 1948 STOCKLEY, MARY E 7
January 29, 1948 NEWLY ORGANIZED SKI CLUB STARTS OFF WITH 54 MEMBERS 1
January 29, 1948 KIRKLAND GIRL SCOUT ORGANIZATION WILL CELEBRATE SECOND BIRTHDAY 6
January 29, 1948 KIRKLAND TO TAKE OVER 1
January 29, 1948 NEW GREYHOUND BUSSES IN USE 10
January 29, 1948 WORK ON HIGHWAY DELAYED 1
February 5, 1948 KIRKLAND BEVERAGE TAVERN - GRAND OPENING 4
February 5, 1948 TO DISCUSS TRANSFER OF SCHOOL DISTRICT AREAS 1
February 5, 1948 FLAMES DESTROY JUANITA BUILDING MONDAY MORNING 1
February 5, 1948 LOCAL FOOD HANDLERS MUST PASS 'SANITATION FOR SAFETY' COURSE 3
February 5, 1948 HOUGHTON ASPIRANTS SELECTED 1
February 5, 1948 FLAMES DESTROY JUANITA BUILDING MONDAY MORNING 1
February 5, 1948 CITY PRIMARY ELECTION NEXT TUESDAY 1
February 5, 1948 NEW PASTOR USED TO COLD WEATHER (MILLS, REV DONALD) 1
February 12, 1948 NEEDHAM IS NEW C OF C SECRETARY 1
February 12, 1948 KELLER DECIDES TO RUN FOR POST ON SCHOOL BOARD 1
February 12, 1948 JEAN BORGER, ALVIN HENRICKSON 8
February 12, 1948 KRKL ON AIR NEXT WEEK 1
February 12, 1948 BIG FIRE IN JUANITA (PHOTO) 9
February 12, 1948 BURGLARS BUSY IN LOCAL OFFICES 1
February 12, 1948 HOFFMAN, BARNEY 7
February 12, 1948 TERRYLL, MINNIE 7
February 12, 1948 JOHNSON, LONCTOT RUN STRONG IN LOCAL PRIMARY 1
February 12, 1948 RECEPTION TO HONOR NEW CONGREGATIONAL MINISTER, FAMILY 1
February 12, 1948 MARTIN AWARDED FOOD FRANCHISE ON LOCAL FERRY 1
February 12, 1948 CECILIA TODD, ROGER GRISWOLD 8
February 19, 1948 HOUSING AUTHORITY REFUSES TO TRANSFER LAKEVIEW PROJECT 1
February 19, 1948 KIRKLAND GIVES $764 TO MARCH OF DIMES 1
February 19, 1948 WALT BEARDSLEY WILL HEAD RED CROSS DRIVE IN KIRKLAND DISTRICT 3
February 19, 1948 SCHOOL DISTRICT TRANSFER RULING DUE MARCH 9TH 1
February 19, 1948 RADIO STATION OPENING POSTPONED TILL MARCH 2 1
February 19, 1948 ANDERSON, HANNAH 10
February 19, 1948 BROOKS, HERBERT 10
February 19, 1948 DAHL, SELMAR 10
February 19, 1948 WINTERS TO RUN FOR MAYOR 1
February 19, 1948 IN THE CENTER OF THE PICTURE...THE FERRY (PHOTO) 1
February 19, 1948 108TH AVE NE TO BE REPAIRED BY COUNTY SOON 1
February 19, 1948 OWNERS PROTEST STREET LIGHTING L.I.D. 1
February 19, 1948 BILLIE HOLLENBECK, FREDERICK ALLEN 6
February 19, 1948 HELEN ELEANOR GRAVES, GUS BRATT 6
February 19, 1948 HELENE HILDEBRAND, CHARLES WATT 6
February 26, 1948 ELECT QUENTIN A HERWIG - CITY COUNCIL 11
February 26, 1948 TO START HIGH SCHOOL THIS SUMMER 1
February 26, 1948 CLASSES FOR ADULTS ARE IN DEMAND 1
February 26, 1948 KIRKLAND RADIO STATION NOW ON AIR 11
February 26, 1948 RADIO STATION DEDICATION IS SCHEDULED NEXT TUESDAY 1
February 26, 1948 JOHNSON, EMIL 3
February 26, 1948 EDNA MAY MILLER, ARTHUR PERRIGO 6
March 4, 1948 A MESSAGE TO THE CITIZENS OF KIRKLAND (VOTE FOR HARRY EVERETT) 4
March 4, 1948 CHARLES W JOHNSON JR FOR CITY ATTORNEY 2
March 4, 1948 VOTE FOR MELVIN LONCTOT - CITY COUNCIL 9
March 4, 1948 VOTE FOR WALTER H SHOOK - CITY COUNCIL 2
March 4, 1948 BUSINESS WOMEN SPONSOR OPERETTA 9
March 4, 1948 HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC GROUP TO PRESENT WINTER CONCERT SUNDAY 3
March 4, 1948 HOUGHTON TO ELECT OFFICIALS TUESDAY 1
March 4, 1948 NEW RADIO STATION IS DEDICATED 1
March 4, 1948 HEAVY VOTE EXPECTED IN CITY ELECTION 1
March 4, 1948 KIRKLAND SEEKS NEW POST OFFICE 1
March 4, 1948 JUNE COOK, KENNETH FORTESCUE 8
March 11, 1948 JUANITA REALTY - GRAND OPENING 2
March 11, 1948 GIBBS CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING 1
March 11, 1948 NEARLY 600 ENROLL IN ADULT CLASSES 1
March 11, 1948 EVERETT RE-ELECTED MAYOR, 672-272 1
March 11, 1948 MORE THAN 100 MEN, WOMEN GIVEN FOOD HANDLERS CERTIFICATES 3
March 11, 1948 V J BERTO ELECTED MAYOR OF HOUGHTON 1
March 11, 1948 AD FROM NORTHWEST GREYHOUND LINES 4
March 11, 1948 FIRST STORY-TELLING CLASS WILL BE HELD AT LIBRARY MARCH 18 6
March 11, 1948 OWENS, DORTHULA 6
March 11, 1948 LOCAL CHILDREN ASKED TO JOIN HOSPITAL CLUB 2
March 11, 1948 KIRKLAND TELEPHONE COMPANY MERGED WITH NEW COMPANY 7
March 11, 1948 CLARA LEE RAY, EARL TODD 6
March 18, 1948 PAINTING IS ALREADY COMPLETE IN NEW 'NEETNAC' BUILDING 6
March 18, 1948 MARCH 15TH 7
March 18, 1948 KING KEEPS POST BY SINGLE VOTE 1
March 18, 1948 AT LEAST 12 DOGS ARE POISONED 1
March 18, 1948 YOUNGER, CHARLES JR 6
March 18, 1948 FERRY SHOWS $770.77 LOSS DURING FEBRUARY 1
March 18, 1948 LOCAL BUS SERVICE IS DISCONTINUED 1
March 25, 1948 HARRIS FAMILY SHOE STORE - GRAND OPENING 7
March 25, 1948 YOUNG PIANO DUO WILL PLAY HERE 1
March 25, 1948 FRANKLY SPEAKING 1
March 25, 1948 LOCAL IMPORTANCE OF BRIDLE TRAILS PARK IS STRESSED 1
March 25, 1948 JIM HARRIS WILL OPEN NEW FAMILY SHOE STORE SATURDAY 1
March 25, 1948 KIRKLAND MAY HAVE DOWNTOWN OFFICE FOR WESTERN UNION 1
March 25, 1948 KIRKLAND C OF C TO RAISE FUNDS FOR TESTING STATION 1
March 25, 1948 HALVORSON, HELGE 7
March 25, 1948 SCHAAL, CLEMMONS O 7
March 25, 1948 STREET LIGHTS FOR BUSINESS DISTRICT! 1
March 25, 1948 PHONE COMPANY DOUBLES NUMBER OF TRUNK LINES 1
April 1, 1948 GRANGE OBSERVES ITS 11TH BIRTHDAY 1
April 1, 1948 RESIDENTS PROTEST NEW WATER RESERVOIR COVER 1
April 1, 1948 JACLYN LU CHAMBERLIN, LARRY M WOLD 6
April 1, 1948 SAFETY ROUND-UP PLANNED 1
April 1, 1948 MORE SIGNATURES ARE NEEDED FOR JUANITA PETITION 1
April 1, 1948 ESKOLA, EMIL 3
April 1, 1948 HUGHES, ELIZABETH P 3
April 1, 1948 KANGUR, HANS 3
April 1, 1948 LUNDY, IRA A 3
April 1, 1948 MCCOY, HARRY D 3
April 1, 1948 KENMORE FLYING FIELD NOW OPEN FOR PUBLIC USE 1
April 1, 1948 C OF C BACKS SECOND LAKE BRIDGE 1
April 1, 1948 MORE SIGNATURES ARE NEEDED FOR JUANITA PETITION 1
April 8, 1948 KIRKLAND Y'S MEN SPONSOR OPERETTA HERE APRIL 22, 23 AND 24 3
April 8, 1948 REUNION HONORS PIONEER TEACHER (MILLER, LAURA) 1
April 8, 1948 BLAU'S SUPER SERVICE TO OPEN SATURDAY 1
April 8, 1948 'GOODWILL' OPENS STORE IN KIRKLAND 1
April 8, 1948 HERE'S SOMETHING A BIT DIFFERENT! - "TALKING PHOTOS" 7
April 8, 1948 TOTAL OF 27457 EGGS COLLECTED IN CAMPAIGN 1
April 8, 1948 PRIMROSE SHOW THIS WEEK 1
April 8, 1948 SUMMER FESTIVAL PLANS REVEALED BY DON KEMP 1
April 8, 1948 REUNION HONORS PIONEER TEACHER (MILLER, LAURA) 1
April 8, 1948 HEISDORF DECIDES TO WITHDRAW NAME IN HOUGHTON CONTEST 1
April 8, 1948 ASPEGREN, EDWIN S 9
April 8, 1948 WARREN, MARY C 9
April 8, 1948 MRS ALICE COLMAN NAMED 'WOMAN OF ACHIEVEMENT FOR 1948' THIS WEEK 8
April 8, 1948 $1500 RECREATION FUND IS APPROVED 1
April 22, 1948 EAST SIDE MOTOR CO - FREE LUBE JOB WITH THIS AD 4
April 22, 1948 OPERETTA FRIDAY, SATURDAY 1
April 22, 1948 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 2
April 22, 1948 BOXING, SAILBOAT REGATTA ON FESTIVAL PROGRAM 1
April 22, 1948 HOUGHTON TOWN STILL HAS TROUBLE; BADER WINS OUT 6
April 22, 1948 ELECT ANDERSON NEW PRESIDENT OF ROTARY 1
April 22, 1948 COUNCIL VOTES IN FAVOR OF AIRPORT 1
April 22, 1948 NEW PHONE BOOK WILL BE OUT SOON 1
April 29, 1948 TARPS OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING 4
April 29, 1948 KIRKLAND RED CROSS DRIVE $700 SHORT OF ITS $2000 GOAL 4
April 29, 1948 PENNY DRIVE IS UNDER WAY 1
April 29, 1948 BENNEST ACCEPTS PRINCIPAL'S POST AT VASHON HIGH 1
April 29, 1948 FEDERAL FUNDS TO HELP LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 1
April 29, 1948 VIRGINIA SMITH IS 1948 VALEDICTORIAN 1
April 29, 1948 ARMSTRONG, GREG 10
April 29, 1948 CLARK, WELD NOBLE 10
April 29, 1948 FAUCETT, CHARLES 10
April 29, 1948 PRINGLE, ROBERT 10
April 29, 1948 REDUCED ROSE HILL WATER DISTRICT WILL VOTE AGAIN MAY 11 1
April 29, 1948 MURIEL BERNICE U'REN, FRED E WUBBENA 6
May 6, 1948 KIRKLAND CUSTOM CANNERY - REOPENING 4
May 6, 1948 TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE ROSE HILL WATER DISTRICT 4
May 6, 1948 BUILDING PERMITS FOR $222,700 ISSUED IN APRIL 1
May 6, 1948 MISS FULLER, JOHNSON TO QUIT SCHOOL 1
May 6, 1948 FULL WEEK OF SAFETY PROGRAMS 1
May 6, 1948 ROBINSON, MILDRED 4
May 6, 1948 EIGHT MILES OF SIDEWALKS AND CURBS! 1
May 6, 1948 KIRKLAND SIDEWALKS, CURBS? (MAP) 2
May 6, 1948 JACLYN LU CHAMBERLIN, LARRY MARTIN WOLD 6
May 13, 1948 THE DOWNTOWNER - NEW MANAGEMENT 4
May 13, 1948 STOP! HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN ANYTHING (CITIZENSHIP AND VOTING) 2
May 13, 1948 BIG SAFETY WEEK PARADE SATURDAY 1
May 13, 1948 LIO, VIRGINIA LEE 10
May 13, 1948 LITTLE, DIXIE JANE 10
May 13, 1948 MARENE, GRACE 10
May 13, 1948 ROSE HILL RESIDENTS VOTE FOR WATER 1
May 13, 1948 PHONE CO AGREES TO CHANGES 1
May 13, 1948 ROSE HILL RESIDENTS VOTE FOR WATER 1
May 13, 1948 LEGION DISTRICT CONFERENCE HERE THIS SUNDAY 1
May 13, 1948 LORRAINE WRIGHT, DOUGLAS HAIGHT 6
May 27, 1948 EAST SIDE MOTOR CO - 15TH ANNIVERSARY 4
May 27, 1948 KIRKLAND MERCANTILE - GRAND OPENING 6
May 27, 1948 HEADSTONE FOR INFLATION (SECURITY LOAN) 6
May 27, 1948 FIRE DEPARTMENT BUSY THIS MONTH 1
May 27, 1948 THREE MAILS IN KIRKLAND DAILY STARTING JUNE 1 1
May 27, 1948 WELFARE COUNCIL VOTED IN KIRKLAND 1
May 27, 1948 LEE, JENNY 6
May 27, 1948 MCLEAN ANNOUNCES KING COUNTY SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM 3
May 27, 1948 COUNCIL REFUSES $20000 FOR FERRY 1
May 27, 1948 PROPERTY OWNERS FAVOR SIDEWALKS 1
May 27, 1948 RUBY HOOVER, JOHN W MICHAELS 8
May 27, 1948 VIRGINIA BANNISTER, ERICK OLSON 8
June 3, 1948 EAST SIDE BOTTLING - NEW KIRKLAND INDUSTRY 3
June 3, 1948 MACDOUGALL'S - NEW LOCATION 7
June 3, 1948 NEW REFRIGERATED VEGETABLE CASES (TREMAINES - PHOTO) 2
June 3, 1948 ATOM BOMB FILM TO BE SHOWN HERE TUESDAY, JUNE 8 6
June 3, 1948 SUMMER ADULT SEWING CLASSES WILL BE OFFERED 1
June 3, 1948 DEFINITE SUMMER FESTIVAL PLANS ARE ANNOUNCED 1
June 3, 1948 SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM IS PLANNED HERE 1
June 3, 1948 ANOTHER FIGHT TO KEEP FERRY LOOMS 1
June 3, 1948 ETHEL KARSCHNEY, VINCENT DORNES 6
June 10, 1948 RICHARDSON, OLSON NOMINATED FOR C OF C POST 1
June 10, 1948 NORTHUP TRANSFER IS DENIED 1
June 10, 1948 NURSERY SCHOOL WILL STAY OPEN 1
June 10, 1948 THREE NEW CITY OFFICIALS SWORN 1
June 10, 1948 JUANITA CONTRACT WILL BE AWARDED 1
June 10, 1948 HOUGHTON BEACH NOW HAS GUARDS ON REGULAR DUTY 5
June 10, 1948 BISHOP, COLMAN D 5
June 10, 1948 ESTY, MINNIE 4
June 10, 1948 FISHER, FRANCES C 4
June 10, 1948 FORTNER, WILLIAM T 4
June 10, 1948 KUNKA, JOHN 1
June 10, 1948 LAKE WASHINGTON NEWSPAPER 'BEST' 1
June 10, 1948 KIRKLAND WILL KEEP FERRY LESCHI 1
June 10, 1948 JUANITA CONTRACT WILL BE AWARDED 1
June 10, 1948 IMOGENE JENSEN, CLIFFORD SAMUELSON 6
June 10, 1948 MARTHA COUTRE, HERBERT SUNDHOLM 6
June 17, 1948 COUNCIL VOTES FOR SELLING PROJECTS 1
June 17, 1948 NEW FORD TO BE FESTIVAL PRIZE 1
June 17, 1948 QUEEN CONTEST FOR SUMMER FESTIVAL WILL GET UNDER WAY SOON 3
June 17, 1948 KIRKLAND FIREMEN ARE ACTIVE DURING PAST TWO WEEKS 1
June 17, 1948 CHAMNESS NAMED ON TOWN COUNCIL 1
June 17, 1948 COUNCIL VOTES FOR SELLING PROJECTS 1
June 17, 1948 SWIMMING BEACHES TO BE GUARDED 1
June 17, 1948 ABEL, THEODORE E 6
June 17, 1948 BISHOP, COLMAN 6
June 17, 1948 JACKSON, RUTH 6
June 17, 1948 NEW STREET LIGHTS GOING UP 1
June 24, 1948 BOEING AIRPLANE COMPANY - RETURN TO WORK FOR STRIKERS 7
June 24, 1948 NEEDHAM ELECTRIC - GRAND OPENING 9
June 24, 1948 C OF C URGES TRAFFIC STUDY 1
June 24, 1948 LOUISE FORTHOFFER, KEITH WOLFROM 8
June 24, 1948 NONA KAUFMAN, JACK SHEA 8
June 24, 1948 REFUSE DUMPING IN UNAUTHORIZED SPOTS UNLAWFUL 1
June 24, 1948 SUMMER FESTIVAL QUEEN CANDIDATES NAMED 1
June 24, 1948 X-RAY UNIT OF ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS LEAGUE WILL BE HERE JULY 16 3
June 24, 1948 REFUSE DUMPING IN UNAUTHORIZED SPOTS UNLAWFUL 1
June 24, 1948 KIRKLAND LIBRARY OPEN NINE MORE HOURS EACH WEEK 1
June 24, 1948 NEW HIGHWAY POST OFFICE IS PLANNED 1
June 24, 1948 C OF C URGES TRAFFIC STUDY 1
June 24, 1948 ETHEL GOODMAN, RALPH CLAIR 7
July 1, 1948 BOEING AIRPLANE COMPANY - JOB OPENINGS 7
July 1, 1948 NEEDHAM ELECTRIC - HOUSE OF LIGHT - GRAND OPENING 4
July 1, 1948 HARRY OLSON NEW C OF C PRESIDENT 1
July 1, 1948 78 BOYS SIGN UP FOR CAMP ORKILA 1
July 1, 1948 SUMMER FESTIVAL 'KIDS' PARADE IS ANNOUNCED 1
July 1, 1948 NEW EAST SIDE NATIONAL GUARD BATTERY ACTIVATED MONDAY NIGHT 3
July 1, 1948 MARDILLA, HELGA 10
July 1, 1948 NICHOLS, JAMES 10
July 1, 1948 NEW 1948 TELEPHONE BOOK 'OUT' 1
July 1, 1948 ANN CHAMNESS, CLARENCE CHAMBERS, JR 6
July 1, 1948 EILEEN MCCOY, BOB GARDENER 6
July 1, 1948 MARILYN JEANNE BAUMAN, WILLIAM BIGGS 6
July 1, 1948 MARJORIE LANG, DONALD FLAGE 6
July 1, 1948 MARY LOUISE CLARK, GUY E TRESSLER 6
July 8, 1948 BOEING AIRPLANE COMPANY - HIRING 7
July 8, 1948 PUGET SOUND POWER AND LIGHT CO - NEED FOR CAPITAL 7
July 8, 1948 LOCAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IS ELECTING DIRECTORS 1
July 8, 1948 FESTIVAL BUTTONS ON SALE 1
July 8, 1948 LOCAL FIREMEN BUSY WITH CALLS 1
July 8, 1948 MILLAR HEADS PLANNING COMMISSION 1
July 8, 1948 GREER, ARTHUR J 7
July 8, 1948 SHOER, CHARLOTTE 7
July 8, 1948 SEATTLE EXECUTIVE PAYS TRIBUTE TO WORK BY KIRKLAND SCOUTS 3
July 8, 1948 CATHERINE PARKER BUTLER, LEON RAMON SUMMERS 6
July 8, 1948 CECELIA NELSON, WILLIAM LINN 6
July 15, 1948 BOEING AIRPLANE COMPANY 7
July 15, 1948 NEETNAC DOING WELL; 100 YOUTH ATTEND NIGHTLY 1
July 15, 1948 HENDEL RESIGNS TO ACCEPT NORTH KITSAP POSITION 1
July 15, 1948 $85 IN CASH PRIZES AT KIDS' PARADE 1
July 15, 1948 THREE LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS SPONSOR FESTIVAL QUEEN CANDIDATES 3
July 15, 1948 TO STAGE SHOW OF MERCHANDISE AT LOCAL FESTIVAL 1
July 15, 1948 FREE CHEST X-RAYS ARE AVAILABLE 1
July 15, 1948 NEW INDUSTRY BUYS LOCAL BUILDING - MILLWORK COMPANY BUYS PRESCO 1
July 15, 1948 LIND, MARY 10
July 15, 1948 MARWOOD, HAROLD R 10
July 15, 1948 MAYNARD, PERCY E 10
July 15, 1948 SCHLOUGH, GEORGE 10
July 15, 1948 SHORBUND, OSCAR 10
July 15, 1948 NEW TESTING STATION OPENS TUESDAY 1
July 22, 1948 ROY C DAVIDSEN - COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2
July 22, 1948 COMPLETED PLANS FOR NEW SCHOOL SENT TO OLYMPIA 1
July 22, 1948 CITY DADS CALL HOUSING PROJECT HEARING MONDAY 1
July 22, 1948 ANNUAL KIRKLAND SUMMER FESTIVAL HAS HAD INTERESTING HISTORY 3
July 22, 1948 FESTIVAL DECORATION READY 1
July 22, 1948 THIRD ANNUAL KIRKLAND SUMMER FESTIVAL 1
July 22, 1948 BURLESON, DELLA 10
July 22, 1948 WOOD, ROY 10
July 22, 1948 MORE CARS NEEDED AT TESTING STATION 1
July 22, 1948 BARBARA JANE PARKS, JOHN G GAY 6
July 29, 1948 A PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM ARTHUR LANGLIE 6
July 29, 1948 GENE'S COFFEE SHOP - GRAND OPENING 7
July 29, 1948 NEW SCHOOL PLANS OKEHED 1
July 29, 1948 COUNCIL REVERSES STAND ON PROJECTS 1
July 29, 1948 KIDS PARADE HAS INTERESTING LOCAL HISTORY 1
July 29, 1948 NAVY DESTROYER, OTHER SHIPS HERE FOR FESTIVAL 1
July 29, 1948 COUNCIL REVERSES STAND ON PROJECTS 1
July 29, 1948 KIDS PARADE HAS INTERESTING LOCAL HISTORY 1
July 29, 1948 JONES, OSWALD 10
July 29, 1948 SIMPSON, NETTIE 10
July 29, 1948 GENE LUND, LEWIS BERIAULT 6
July 29, 1948 GEORGIA JONES, THOMAS FAWCETT 6
July 29, 1948 MARGARET JEAN BORGER, ALVIN NORMAN HENRICKSON 6
August 5, 1948 MR AND MRS DONALD G SUTHERLAND CELEBRATE 60TH ANNIVERSARY 2
August 5, 1948 LARGE CROWD EXPECTED AT FESTIVAL 1
August 5, 1948 NEW LOCAL STREET LIGHTING SYSTEM WILL BE DEDICATED FRIDAY EVENING 1
August 5, 1948 MARY ELLEN PETERSON, CHARLES LENTZ 1
August 12, 1948 POULTRYMEN ARE INVITED TO FREE EDUCATIONAL FILM 10
August 12, 1948 PLANNING COMMISSION STUDYING BUILDING CODE 1
August 12, 1948 CENTRAL WELFARE SET-UP FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT FORMED 1
August 12, 1948 FERN STOCKNESS, LOREN FITCH 6
August 12, 1948 FESTIVAL OUTDOOR BOXING SHOW DRAWS BIG CROWD SATURDAY NIGHT 5
August 12, 1948 FESTIVAL QUEEN TITLE IS EARNED BY CLARE SUVAN 1
August 12, 1948 KIDDIE PARADE SUCCESSFUL 1
August 12, 1948 SUMMER FESTIVAL VERY SUCCESSFUL 1
August 12, 1948 THREE EAST SIDE BABIES WIN BONDS IN FESTIVAL PHOTO CONTEST 3
August 12, 1948 KLAMM, LILLY AUGUSTA 4
August 12, 1948 JANET DEVENE, RUSSELL F SHEPLEY 6
August 19, 1948 MR AND MRS A L BURTON OBSERVE 44TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 4
August 19, 1948 MANY OWNERS PROTEST ASSESSMENTS 1
August 19, 1948 TWO 10-MILL SCHOOL LEVIES ON BALLOT SEPT 14TH 1
August 19, 1948 GLORIA MORTENSEN, EARL STEBERL 4
August 19, 1948 CRICKET GAME WILL BE PLAYED ON LOCAL CIVIC FIELD SUNDAY 1
August 19, 1948 NEW HIGHWAY SURVEYED! 1
August 19, 1948 LEGIONNAIRES WILL STUDY VETERAN'S HOUSING PROBLEM 2
August 19, 1948 POLLY ANN JOHNSON, WILLIAM COYNER 4
August 26, 1948 MICKELSON'S PLAN COUNTY SUIT 5
August 26, 1948 THOR C TOLLEFSON FOR REPRESENTATIVE 3
August 26, 1948 1949 COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE GOAL IS $1,737,767 6
August 26, 1948 ENROLLMENT OF NEARLY 3500 PUPILS IS EXPECTED IN LAKE WASHINGTON'S 13
August 26, 1948 LOCAL SCHOOLS HIRE NEARLY 30 NEW TEACHERS 12
August 26, 1948 LILLIAN DUBSON, BERNARD LAWSON 6
August 26, 1948 KING COUNTY HAS SECOND LARGEST CHEST X-RAY GOAL IN THE COUNTRY 3
August 26, 1948 MICKELSON'S PLAN COUNTY SUIT 5
August 26, 1948 DRAFT REGISTRATION STARTS ON MONDAY 1
August 26, 1948 HUGHES, RICHARD D 4
August 26, 1948 WHITE, FRED 4
August 26, 1948 MANY RESIDENTS ARE STILL UNABLE TO VOTE NOV 2ND 20
September 2, 1948 CASE'S OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING (MR AND MRS CHARLES) 1
September 2, 1948 BIDS FOR NEW HIGH SCHOOL OPENED 1
September 2, 1948 NINE ADDITIONAL BUILDINGS USED BY LOCAL SCHOOLS 1
September 2, 1948 SHOP IN KIRKLAND AND SAVE ON BACK-TO-SCHOOL CLOTHES, SUPPLIES 3
September 2, 1948 212 YOUNG MEN REGISTERED FOR DRAFT 1
September 2, 1948 EAST SIDE NATIONAL GUARD TO INCREASE ENLISTMENTS TO 65 3
September 2, 1948 BROOKS, SARA A 5
September 2, 1948 JAYCOX, L H 1
September 2, 1948 BRITISH CRUISER CRICKET TEAM WILL PLAY HERE ON SATURDAY 1
September 2, 1948 ELVERA CLARICE NELSON, RICHARD LEON HOOPS 6
September 2, 1948 PATRICIA BERG, HERBERT E NELSON 6
September 9, 1948 LUTHERAN CHURCH TO OBSERVE ITS 10TH ANNIVERSARY 1
September 9, 1948 LUTHERAN CHURCH TO OBSERVE ITS 10TH ANNIVERSARY 1
September 9, 1948 FIRST-DAY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT 208 BIGGER THAN 1947 1
September 9, 1948 TWO 10-MILL SCHOOL LEVIES ON BALLOT TUESDAY 1
September 9, 1948 MARGARET GANO, JOHN SPINELLI 6
September 9, 1948 TECHNICOLOR SOUND FILM TO BE SHOWN AT ROSE HILL CHURCH 4
September 9, 1948 KIRKLAND GROUP PLANNING X-RAYS HERE THIS MONTH 1
September 9, 1948 FISK, WALTER M 10
September 9, 1948 NORTHERN, FRED 10
September 9, 1948 PRIMARY ELECTIONS SCHEDULED TUESDAY 1
September 9, 1948 MORMONS TO HOLD DISTRICT MEETING HERE ON FRIDAY 4
September 9, 1948 TWO SPECIAL TRAINS TO FAIR 1
September 9, 1948 DELORES GASCH, BOB SWENSON 6
September 9, 1948 NONA KAUFMAN, JACK SHEA 6
September 9, 1948 POLLY MCKERNEY, ROBERT OLDROYD 6
September 16, 1948 VOTE AGAINST PROPOSITION 13 (ALCOHOL SALES) 8
September 16, 1948 CHAMBER SELLING SEASON TICKETS FOR LOCAL GAMES 1
September 16, 1948 FRANKLY SPEAKING (MENTION OF COMMUNIST CELL IN KIRKLAND) 1
September 16, 1948 ENROLLMENT STILL RISING STEADILY 1
September 16, 1948 TWO LEVIES FOR SCHOOL ARE PASSED 1
September 16, 1948 NEED VOLUNTEERS FOR X-RAY DRIVE 1
September 16, 1948 HARDBOARD MANUFACTURING PLANT HERE ONE OF THREE IN NORTHWEST 3
September 16, 1948 KIRKLAND FAVORS LANGLIE, WALLGREN 1
September 16, 1948 NEW RECREATION DIRECTOR ON JOB AT CIVIC CENTER 1
September 16, 1948 SCHOOLS PLANNING TRAIN TO PUYALLUP 1
September 16, 1948 BONNIE MCKERNEY, RICHARD L ROSE 8
September 16, 1948 PAULINE POULIN, HARRY RICE 8
September 23, 1948 COUNCIL DEBATES FUTURE OF PROJECTS 1
September 23, 1948 MORE THAN 25 CLASSES FOR ADULTS 1
September 23, 1948 PART-TIME CLERK HELP AVAILABLE AT HIGH SCHOOL 1
September 23, 1948 FREE X-RAYS HERE SEPT 28 1
September 23, 1948 MORE THAN 100 NEW BOOKS ADDED TO KIRKLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY 3
September 23, 1948 HALVORSON, BONITA RAE 10
September 23, 1948 HURST, GEORGE O 10
September 23, 1948 EAST SIDERS MEET TO PLAN SHRINERS' CLUB FORMATION 1
September 23, 1948 FRANKLY SPEAKING (LESCHI FERRY) 1
September 23, 1948 LORRAINE THERRIAULT, PAUL WRIGHT 6
September 30, 1948 NEW HIGH SCHOOL TO BE BUILT SOON 1
September 30, 1948 HOUSING PROJECT MAY INCORPORATE 4
September 30, 1948 HOUSING PROJECT MAY INCORPORATE 4
September 30, 1948 200 ADULTS SIGN UP FOR SCHOOL CLASSES AT LAKE WASHINGTON 1
September 30, 1948 HOUGHTON PLANS LIBRARY SERVICE AND STREET LIGHTS 4
September 30, 1948 START WORK ON JUANITA PHONE SYSTEM 1
September 30, 1948 LAKE WASHINGTON WILL BE LOWERED DURING OCTOBER 4
September 30, 1948 1164 YOUNG MEN ARE SIGNED UP FOR DRAFT FROM THIS AREA 1
September 30, 1948 PICKEN, MAE E 4
September 30, 1948 WALT M IRVINE BUYS KIRKLAND PUBLISHING CO 1
September 30, 1948 SPECIAL MISSIONARY PROGRAM PLANNED AT TRINITY CHURCH 2
September 30, 1948 7500 AUTOS HAVE PASSED THROUGH TESTING STATION 5
September 30, 1948 KIRKLAND PROTESTS INCLUSION IN P.U.D. 1
September 30, 1948 START WORK ON JUANITA PHONE SYSTEM 1
September 30, 1948 GLORIA STRONG, EDWIN H LADUM 6
September 30, 1948 RITA CHRISTENSEN, SID MARTIN 6
October 7, 1948 SWANSONS OBSERVE 35TH ANNIVERSARY (MR AND MRS ANTON) 1
October 7, 1948 POSTER CONTEST NEW FEATURE OF CONCERT DRIVE 1
October 7, 1948 CHAMBER TO STUDY PLANS TO ABOLISH BRIDGE TOLL MAY 1 1
October 7, 1948 RALPH BROWN IS NEW PRESIDENT OF LOCAL C OF C 1
October 7, 1948 1949 CITY BUDGET IS DOWN $12000 1
October 7, 1948 3119 OF KIRKLAND AREA RESIDENTS RECEIVE X-RAYS 10
October 7, 1948 LARGE CANAL LOCKS TO BE CLOSED FOR REPAIRS OCT 12-21 7
October 7, 1948 KIRKLAND READY FOR TELEVISION 1
October 7, 1948 BAKER, GLADYS 4
October 7, 1948 CATHOLIC CENSUS TO START OCT 10 7
October 7, 1948 CHAMBER TO STUDY PLANS TO ABOLISH BRIDGE TOLL MAY 1 1
October 7, 1948 NEEDHAM LEAVES NEXT WEEK FOR ROADS MEETING 1
October 7, 1948 ONE, TWO AND FOUR PARTY PHONE SERVICE AVAILABLE SOON 3
October 14, 1948 INCORPORATION IS DELAYED 1
October 14, 1948 557 STUDENTS ENROLLED IN ADULT PROGRAM 1
October 14, 1948 VERNA MAE BERTO, ERNEST PHORMAHLAM 6
October 14, 1948 HAND PUPPET SHOW WILL BE STAGED AT LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL 1
October 14, 1948 KELSEY, MINNIE W 2
October 14, 1948 SMITH, WILLIAM H 2
October 14, 1948 STACEY, WILLIAM B 2
October 14, 1948 STEWART, ARTHUR R 2
October 14, 1948 WILSIE, EARL D 2
October 14, 1948 ACTION ON TOLL BRIDGE IS DEFERRED 1
October 14, 1948 IMPORTANT GOOD ROADS MEET SLATED THIS WEEK 1
October 14, 1948 AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE TOLL DIALING FOR KIRKLAND IN NEAR FUTURE 3
October 21, 1948 GOOD PROGRESS BEING MADE ON NEW L.W. HIGH SCHOOL SITE 1
October 21, 1948 CITY COUNCIL AWARDS JOB FOR NEW HEATING UNIT AT LOCAL CIVIC CENTER 1
October 21, 1948 3463 STUDENTS NEW HIGH FOR L.W. SCHOOLS 1
October 21, 1948 STUDENTS TAKE OVER REIGN OF CITY FOR DAY 9
October 21, 1948 STUDENTS TAKE OVER REIGN OF CITY FOR DAY 9
October 21, 1948 AUTOS MUST BE CHECKED SAYS PATROL 1
October 21, 1948 LAWSON, JACK 1
October 21, 1948 WILLIS, JOSEPH 1
October 21, 1948 EAST SIDE DISTRICT TOPS IN GROWTH OF SCOUT MOVEMENT 1
October 21, 1948 EAST SIDE BLASTED IN ROADS REPORT 1
October 21, 1948 SIDEWALK PROJECT COMING UP AGAIN 1
October 21, 1948 'AUTOMATIC TOLL TICKETING' ANOTHER PHONE SERVICE IMPROVEMENT 3
October 28, 1948 HARRY OLSON BACK FROM CALIFORNIA; JOINS LOCAL FIRM 1
October 28, 1948 STEWART HEIGHTS SERVICE BUILDING TO BE REMOVED 1
October 28, 1948 $3500 RAISED AS KIRKLAND CHEST DRIVE CLOSES 1
October 28, 1948 L W HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL RATED ONE OF FOUR BEST IN US 1
October 28, 1948 BETTY FORSTER, JOHN FISCHER JR 8
October 28, 1948 SUE MERCER, JACK O DALY 8
October 28, 1948 MOVIE STARS AT CIVIC CENTER 1
October 28, 1948 HEAT PUT ON CITY COUNCIL AS WENTZ PROTESTS PROCEDURE ON HEATING B 1
October 28, 1948 HEALTH PROBLEM GETS ATTENTION OF LOCAL GROUP 1
October 28, 1948 EARLY TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS NEVER EXPECTED TO PAY BILLS 3
October 28, 1948 DEMERITT, DONALD 4
October 28, 1948 FUNDERHIDE, MARY 4
October 28, 1948 GRADER, JOHN 4
October 28, 1948 HOWARD, WILLIAM 4
October 28, 1948 JOHNSEN, JERHARD 4
October 28, 1948 MATTHEWS, CORA 4
October 28, 1948 WILLIS, JOSEPH 4
October 28, 1948 GOP QUARTERS IN FARRAR BUILDING 1
October 28, 1948 NEW POST OFFICE IN KIRKLAND NEEDED SAYS CONGRESSMAN 1
October 28, 1948 BUS RIDERS TO BE BENEFITED BY NEW GREYHOUND SERVICE 9
October 28, 1948 EAST SIDE UNITES ON ROADS PROGRAM 1
October 28, 1948 MARTHA AXELIA JOHNSON, SOFUS NORBY 8
November 4, 1948 LAUREN SYKES, FINE ORGANIST, TO APPEAR HERE 6
November 4, 1948 STEINER HARDWARE WILL OPEN SOON 4
November 4, 1948 TOYS SOUGHT FOR KIDS OF KIRKLAND 1
November 4, 1948 EAST SIDERS INVITED TO NAVY AIR SHOW AT SAND POINT SUNDAY 3
November 4, 1948 GRADER, JOHN C 3
November 4, 1948 DEPARTURE OF 7:45 AM FERRY MAY BE SET AHEAD IF COMMUTERS AGREE 1
November 4, 1948 FIFTY DELEGATES TO ATTEND GOOD ROADS MEET 1
November 4, 1948 HELLO GIRLS AT WORK (PHOTO OF PHONE OPERATORS) 5
November 4, 1948 QUESTIONNAIRES OUT FOR THOSE WHO NEED PHONES 3
November 11, 1948 ROSE POINT WOMAN, 90, WILL HAVE BIRTHDAY TONIGHT (ACKERMAN, MARY) 3
November 11, 1948 CHAMBER URGES FRIDAY EVENING SHOPPING HOURS 1
November 11, 1948 SHOW TO PROVIDE TOYS FOR KIRKLAND TOTS AT CENTER FRIDAY NIGHT 3
November 11, 1948 KIRKLAND STREETS WILL BE DECORATED 1
November 11, 1948 HOUGHTON WILL GET NEW INCANDESCENT STREET LIGHTING 1
November 11, 1948 JOE CARAHER PARTNER IN PUBLISHING FIRM 1
November 11, 1948 KIRKLAND TRAFFIC RECORD OUTSTANDING FOR PAST TWO YEARS 1
November 11, 1948 MOTORISTS WARNED TO GET CHECK 1
November 11, 1948 PLANS FOR ROAD DEVELOPMENT GAIN MOMENTUM 1
November 11, 1948 SIDEWALK ISSUE TO BE AIRED SOON 1
November 11, 1948 JANET EILEEN TAYLOR, ROY RAYTON 6
November 18, 1948 KIRKLAND HARDWARE - NEW LOCATION 5
November 18, 1948 GRAND OPENING (PHOTO OF KIRKLAND HARDWARE) 1
November 18, 1948 START POURING CONCRETE ON NEW HIGH SCHOOL 1
November 18, 1948 KIRKLAND HARDWARE'S GRAND OPENING WILL HAVE FUN, FAVORS, BIG PRIZES 1
November 18, 1948 STORES TO BE OPEN ON FRIDAY NIGHTS 1
November 18, 1948 INSTALL TELEVISION SET IN CENTER FOR THANKSGIVING GAME 1
November 18, 1948 RADIO EQUIPMENT FOR POLICE AND FIREMEN 1
November 18, 1948 HOLIDAY DISPLAYS UP THIS WEEKEND 1
November 18, 1948 TELEVISION, MIRACLE OF MODERN SCIENCE, HERE ON THANKSGIVING 9
November 18, 1948 BOYS OF DRAFT AGE MAY REGISTER AT LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL 11
November 18, 1948 LAMBERT, CECIL LATHROP (JACK) 2
November 18, 1948 KIRKLAND PHOTOS WILL BE IN TIMES 1
November 18, 1948 FERRY DEPARTURE WILL BE EARLIER 1
November 18, 1948 FINAL SIDEWALKS HEARING DECEMBER 13 1
November 18, 1948 NOTHING SECURE ON LOCATION NORTH-SOUTH HIGHWAY - WINTERS 3
November 18, 1948 OPINIONS DIFFER ON HIGHWAY 1
November 18, 1948 TO NAME OFFICERS FOR ROADS GROUP HERE IN FRIDAY 1
November 18, 1948 WEATHER MAN GETS UP ON WRONG SIDE 1
November 18, 1948 SHIRLEY JEAN TIMMONS, WENDELL LEDER 10
November 18, 1948 VIRGINIA BANNISTER, C ALLEN SMITH 4
November 25, 1948 DAMAGES $5000 IN JUANITA FIRE 1
November 25, 1948 TELEVISION PREMIER (ARTICLES ABOUT FIRST TELEVISION) 5-Apr
November 25, 1948 BLOKER, CHARLES E 6
November 25, 1948 JOHNSON, LAURA M 6
November 25, 1948 LANE, EDWARD 6
November 25, 1948 MARSHALL, WALTER S 6
November 25, 1948 TESSEM, HAAKON 6
November 25, 1948 THOMPSON, MARGARET 6
November 25, 1948 NEEDHAM IS GOOD ROADS PRESIDENT 1
November 25, 1948 NO RAISE IN LOCAL PHONE RATES NOW 1
November 25, 1948 URGE RESIDENTS TO WATCH POWER 1
December 2, 1948 SHOP FOR THE SMITHS CONTEST 9
December 2, 1948 BUILDING NEEDS FOR SCHOOLS CRITICAL 1
December 2, 1948 ROSE HILL CHURCH WILL INAUGURATE BUILDING PROGRAM 6
December 2, 1948 KIRKLAND WILLYS HAS NEW OWNER 5
December 2, 1948 ROCKWELL TAKES ON GAS STATION 4
December 2, 1948 TONKIN SUCCEEDS ART NEEDHAM IN CHAMBER POST 1
December 2, 1948 KIRKLAND ORGANIZATIONS WORKING TO HELP NEEDY FAMILIES 3
December 2, 1948 COMMUNISM IS THEME OF RUSSIAN SPEAKER AT MEET 1
December 2, 1948 DONNA LEE DONAHUE, V JOHN BERTO 11
December 2, 1948 IMOGENE HELEN FRANKLIN, DICK JERRY HUBBARD 11
December 2, 1948 SINGING GROUP TO BE ORGANIZED 2
December 2, 1948 COUNCIL MEETS; TRANSFERS FUNDS 1
December 2, 1948 ROSE HILL CHURCH WILL INAUGURATE BUILDING PROGRAM 6
December 2, 1948 BOARD TO REPORT ON HIWAY NEED 4
December 2, 1948 NEW SIDEWALKS PROJECT GAINS STRONG SUPPORT 1
December 2, 1948 DELOLRES WALSH, FRANK ORCUTT 11
December 2, 1948 FRANCES PUTISON, WALTER KNUCKEY 11
December 9, 1948 SANTA'S PACK FOR NEEDY WILL BE LIGHT UNLESS YOU COUGH UP QUICK 1
December 9, 1948 KIRKLAND'S PROGRESS IS GREAT - VOGEL 1
December 9, 1948 JUANITA CARNIVAL LIKE CIRCUS DAY 1
December 9, 1948 JUANITA CARNIVAL LIKE CIRCUS DAY 1
December 9, 1948 FERRY SYSTEM WILL SHOW PROFIT FOR FIRST YEAR 1
December 9, 1948 WORLD WAR II VETS MAY GET MEDALS 7
December 16, 1948 LEE'S SHOE SERVICE - NEW STORE 2
December 16, 1948 EX-NAZI PRISONER ELECTED TO OFFICE (OWEN, ALVIN L) 1
December 16, 1948 PRESENT FACTS COVERING EDUCATIONAL HOUSING REQUIREMENTS 3
December 16, 1948 KIRKLAND STORES WILL STAY OPEN LATE EVERY NIGHT NEXT WEEK 9
December 16, 1948 ACTION BY CITY COUNCIL ON ARMORY IS SOUGHT 1
December 16, 1948 CITY IS ON ETHER WITH NEW LETTERS 1
December 16, 1948 GALS WHO ATTEND CIVIC CENTER GYM CLASSES ARE FIT AS A FIDDLE 1
December 16, 1948 HOUGHTON PASSES RULE FOR OFFICE 11
December 16, 1948 MONEY PUNCHBOARDS OUT SAYS SHERIFF 2
December 16, 1948 ACTION BY CITY COUNCIL ON ARMORY IS SOUGHT 1
December 16, 1948 HAYES, HELGA 6
December 16, 1948 WARNER, WILLIAM 6
December 16, 1948 OPEN LETTER TO PHONE SUBSCRIBERS 10
December 16, 1948 TELEPHONE COMPANY ASKS RATE BOOST 1
December 23, 1948 SANTA VISITS NEEDY FAMILIES TODAY 1
December 23, 1948 SANTA FOOLS 'EM AT HOUGHTON PARTY AND WERE NON-BELIEVERS FACES RE 1
December 23, 1948 LOCAL PLANT GETS 2 HUGE PRESSES 1
December 23, 1948 COUNCIL PUTS OK ON ARMORY SITE 1
December 23, 1948 FINAL APPROVAL GIVEN SIDEWALKS PROJECT BY CITY COUNCIL 3
December 23, 1948 ARDIS SHANE, TORLEIF VAABENE 6
December 30, 1948 GOLDEN WEDDING (RECOR, MR AND MRS M E) 1
December 30, 1948 RECORS OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING 5
December 30, 1948 CHANGE FIRM NAME AFTER MANY YEARS (BURKE AND FARRAR) 1
December 30, 1948 MOTION STALLS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ELECTION 1
December 30, 1948 FOOD BASKETS AND TOYS DISTRIBUTED TO 125 LOCAL FAMILIES 3
December 30, 1948 LIST CHRISTMAS FUND CONTRIBUTORS WHO HELPED FILL NEEDY STOCKINGS 1
December 30, 1948 JO ANN SAUNDERS, ROY SHANE 5
December 30, 1948 BARBER SHOP QUARTETS ARE SAFE! LOCAL CHAPTER HELPS ALONG THE CAUSE 1
December 30, 1948 SEEK SUPPORT FOR GAS TAX INCREASE 1
December 30, 1948 THREE LOCAL BOYS GET JAIL TERMS 1
December 30, 1948 BURN MORTGAGE AT GRANGE CEREMONY 1
December 30, 1948 CITY WILL STUDY TRAFFIC PROBLEM 1
December 30, 1948 RATE BOOST WOULD CUT TOLL EXPENSE 1
December 30, 1948 FERN STOCKNESS, LOREN FITCH 4
January 6, 1949 FIRST BABY (REPLOGLE, JOHN LEWIS) 1
January 6, 1949 ACTION INDICATED AS CHAMBER OUTLINES PROGRAM FOR 1949 3
January 6, 1949 CHAMBER LEADER HAS NO OPPONENT 1
January 6, 1949 BARBARA PUTT, BURTON R WALKER 9
January 6, 1949 JOAN GERTRUDE ARNETT, ALBERT ARTHUR RIGGS 9
January 6, 1949 FAMED GIRL BAND TO PERFORM HERE 5
January 6, 1949 $20 MILLION STATE FUND FOR CITY AID GETS LOCAL SUPPORT 1
January 6, 1949 LELAND, WILLIAM F 1
January 6, 1949 BIG 'EVERYBODY WINS' CONTEST ANNOUNCED 1
January 6, 1949 FATE OF FERRIES TO BE DETERMINED 1
January 6, 1949 MASS MEETING ON ROADS IS SLATED 1
January 6, 1949 KING WINTER BLOWS SNOW AND ICE HERE 1
January 6, 1949 IMOGENE HELEN FRANKLIN, DICK JERRY HUBBARD 9
January 13, 1949 NELSON HEATING COMPANY - GRAND OPENING 10
January 13, 1949 STEINER HARDWARE - GRAND OPENING 5
January 13, 1949 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 2
January 13, 1949 SPORTS GOODS VET OPENS NEW STORE 1
January 13, 1949 NEW HOME DEVELOPMENT WILL BE OPENED HERE ON SATURDAY 6
January 13, 1949 ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES RESUMED 1
January 13, 1949 $1000 FIRE ON SEA SCOUT BOAT 1
January 13, 1949 NEW PROCESS DEVELOPED AT HOUGHTON MAY BE ANSWER TO HOUSING PROBLEM 3
January 13, 1949 NEW PROCESS DEVELOPED AT HOUGHTON MAY BE ANSWER TO HOUSING PROBLEM 3
January 13, 1949 NEW SHEET METAL WORKS OPEN HERE 1
January 13, 1949 MARSH, NELLIE B 8
January 13, 1949 MUNDSTOCK, WILHELMINA BEESKO 8
January 13, 1949 PALMEN, OLGA MARIE 2
January 13, 1949 KIRKLAND GOT IT'S FIRST CITIZEN WHEN DODGERS BLEW DOUBLE HEADER 1
January 13, 1949 FEDERATED CLUBS AFTER 3 NEW PARKS 1
January 13, 1949 $1000 FIRE ON SEA SCOUT BOAT 1
January 13, 1949 PURCHASE OF FERRY VIRTUALLY ASSURED 1
January 13, 1949 FIFTY CLUBS FOR EAST SIDE HIWAY 10
January 20, 1949 29TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED HERE BY WOMAN'S CLUB 9
January 20, 1949 CORNISH PLAYERS PRESENT "PETER AND THE WOLF" HERE SATURDAY 3
January 20, 1949 CHAMBER OT BUCK MERGER SCHEME 1
January 20, 1949 MARCH OF DIMES REQUEST PROGRAM ON STATION KRKL 4
January 20, 1949 AGITATION FOR FIRE DISTRICT STARTED 1
January 20, 1949 PETERSON, SWAN 12
January 20, 1949 SIDEWALK FINANCES NEXT ON SCHEDULE 1
January 20, 1949 NO POWER RELIEF SEEN UNTIL APRIL 1
January 20, 1949 KIRSTEN FRONSDAL, ROY WENSTONE 9
January 20, 1949 MYRTLE MCDANIEL, RICHARD ANDERSON 9
January 27, 1949 HOUGHTON SINGER IN TALENT TEST (AMRINE, JEANNE) 7
January 27, 1949 CARTOONS TO SHOW PLIGHT OF SCHOOLS 1
January 27, 1949 RESULTS OF CHAMBER ELECTION ANNOUNCED 5
January 27, 1949 CARTOONS TO SHOW PLIGHT OF SCHOOLS 1
January 27, 1949 COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO SPEARHEAD SCHOOL BOND ISSUE HERE 11
January 27, 1949 COURSE IN MODERN MERCHANDISING OPENS HERE FEBRUARY 2ND 3
January 27, 1949 FIREMEN DEMAND DISTRICT ACTION 5
January 27, 1949 DOCTOR ESTABLISHES OFFICE IN KIRKLAND (DAVIS, DR GEORGE JR) 7
January 27, 1949 JOHNSON UNOPPOSED FOR HOUGHTON POST 1
January 27, 1949 WATER LEVEL WILL STAY UNCHANGED 6
January 27, 1949 CITY LIBRARY CIRCULATION GOES UP 2
January 27, 1949 BODDY, SAMUEL SR 1
January 27, 1949 39-FOOT PADDLER PUFFS INTO TOWN 1
January 27, 1949 TO LIFT TOLL ON BRIDGE, GOV SAYS 1
January 27, 1949 "BROWNOUT" ORDER ISSUED BY MAYOR 1
January 27, 1949 WEATHER NUMBER ONE CONVERSATION TOPIC AS MERCURY HITS NEW BOTTOM 1
February 3, 1949 PROPOSITIONS READY FOR MARCH VOTE 1
February 3, 1949 VOLUNTEER FIREMEN NEEDED SAYS CHIEF 8
February 3, 1949 CONTINUE SEARCH FOR MISSING MAN 1
February 3, 1949 STREETER, SAMUEL O 1
February 3, 1949 NEW POST OFFICE LOOMING 1
February 3, 1949 EAST SIDE CLUBS WANT PARK ACTION 12
February 3, 1949 FERRY ALMOST IN BAG -SEARS 1
February 3, 1949 ENGINEER'S WORK ON SIDEWALKS FINISHED 1
February 3, 1949 TOLLS OFF BRIDGE BY JULY 2 - MAYBE 8
February 17, 1949 JUANITA GIRL IS GRAND PRIZE WINNER IN SCHOOL CARTOON CONTEST 3
February 17, 1949 POPULATION HERE HAS DOUBLED SINCE 1940; FACILITIES HAVEN'T 2
February 17, 1949 SUMMER FESTIVAL HERE IS ASSURED 1
February 17, 1949 FIREMEN FIGHT TWO ROSE HILL BLAZES 1
February 17, 1949 HEARING ON BEACH ZONING SCHEDULED 1
February 17, 1949 FRIDAN, THOMAS P 7
February 17, 1949 JOHNSTON, STEPHEN N 1
February 17, 1949 RUDOLPH, DOROTHY EVELYN 7
February 17, 1949 COUNTY REJECTS $15000 OFFER TO SELL FERRY LESCHI 1
February 24, 1949 REVEREND ROACH EARNS BA DEGREE; JUST ANOTHER JOB FOR BUSY PASTOR 6
February 24, 1949 DISMISSAL OF UW PROFS IS LAUDED 3
February 24, 1949 ANNEXATION VOTE SET FOR TUESDAY 1
February 24, 1949 SCHOOL BOARD CONCENTRATING ON HOW TO ACCOMMODATE 1000 NEW SCHOOLS 2
February 24, 1949 FOLK DANCING INTEREST CONTINUES TO ZOOM FOR EAST SIDERS 11
February 24, 1949 HARD WORK, LITTLE PAY, FIREMEN'S LOT 4
February 24, 1949 COUNCIL TO RAISE POLICE CHIEF'S PAY 1
February 24, 1949 HOUGHTON TURNED DOWN ON SEWER 1
February 24, 1949 BEACH REZONING IS NIPPED AT COUNCIL 1
February 24, 1949 ROADS ASSOCIATION MAY BE ASKED TO SPONSOR 'TOLL-LIFTING' CELEBRATION 1
February 24, 1949 RAINS, SNOW RAISE HAVOC IN THIS AREA 1
February 24, 1949 BARBARA MCINTYRE, EDGAR ROYER 11
March 3, 1949 VOTE YES ON SCHOOLS 9
March 3, 1949 RECORS (MR AND MRS C E) CELEBRATE 57TH ANNIVERSARY 3
March 3, 1949 COMMITTEE HEADS FOR '49 SELECTED 1
March 3, 1949 $1437.62 FINAL NET IN DIMES CAMPAIGN 7
March 3, 1949 SCHOOL BOND ISSUE IN HANDS OF VOTERS 1
March 3, 1949 RURAL AREAS LOSE FIRE PROTECTION 1
March 3, 1949 SKIFFS BUILT BY LOCAL CRAFTSMAN 1
March 3, 1949 MISBEHAVIOR, MANY MISDEMEANORS MINIMIZED BY MIGHTY MILITARY MITES 2
March 3, 1949 JENSEN, NELS 1
March 3, 1949 ANNEXATION APPROVED BY ROSE HILL VOTERS FOLLOWING TUESDAY ELECTION 1
March 3, 1949 FERRY LESCHI TRAVELS 58556 MILES; SHOWS $3359 IN PROFITS 3
March 3, 1949 BETTY LOU RECOR, WILLIAM ROTH 4
March 3, 1949 VERONA NELSON, ERNEST OMESTAD 11
March 10, 1949 LAKESIDE LINOLEUM SHOP - NEW LOCATION 1
March 10, 1949 TOM ANDERSON, 13, 'CLEANING UP'; SIDEWALKS WASHING PROSPEROUS JOB 1
March 10, 1949 EVEREST ANNOUNCES WAR MEMORIAL CAMPAIGN MOVES INTO FINAL STAGE 3
March 10, 1949 BOND ISSUE, 30-MILL LEVY APPROVED 1
March 10, 1949 COUNCIL TO STUDY BUILDING CODE 1
March 10, 1949 CHARLEY JOHNSON ESTABLISHES NEW RECORD IN READING CITY ORDINANCE 6
March 10, 1949 STATE WILL BUILD FOR GUARD HERE 1
March 10, 1949 BREWER, SHERMAN 8
March 10, 1949 FOURNIER, LUCY 1
March 10, 1949 CHARLES MORGAN ON JOURNAL STAFF 1
March 10, 1949 WATER RATES UPPED IN AND OUT OF CITY 1
March 17, 1949 FRED RANNIGER CHEVRON STATION - GRAND OPENING 7
March 17, 1949 ANNUAL OPERETTA KIRKLAND Y'S MEN CLUB TO BE STAGED APRIL 1-2 9
March 17, 1949 LAKEVIEW TERRACE DUE FOR SALE SOON 1
March 17, 1949 BACKYARD PLAYGROUND CONTEST IS ANNOUNCED BY KIRKLAND PRE-SCHOOL 9
March 17, 1949 'CLEANUP' WEEK STARTS APRIL 4 1
March 17, 1949 PRIMROSE SHOW, APRIL 22-24, INCLUDES AMATEUR GROWERS 3
March 17, 1949 RURAL RESIDENTS GET FIRE PERMITS 1
March 17, 1949 OVERNIGHT PARKING HIT BY MERCHANTS 1
March 17, 1949 POLICE CRACK DOWN ON "HOT RODS" 1
March 17, 1949 BREWER, SHERMAN S 6
March 17, 1949 CLAYTON, EVA R 8
March 24, 1949 CLICK'S GROCERY - GRAND OPENING 8
March 24, 1949 SPRING BUILDING ACTIVITIES INTEREST GROWING 6
March 24, 1949 FORMER MINNESOTAN BUYS SHELL STATION 9
March 24, 1949 GOVERNMENT PAYS SCHOOLS $30,210 1
March 24, 1949 TEACHER RELATIONS, REPORT CARDS AIRED 11
March 24, 1949 PARADE OF BARBER SHOP QUARTETS DUE HERE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP 9
March 24, 1949 ROSE HILL MINSTREL SHOW IS SUCCESSFUL 6
March 24, 1949 "CLEAN-UP" WEEK GETS UNDER WAY APRIL 4TH 1
March 24, 1949 BRIEF BRIEFS ON THE CITY COUNCIL 8
March 24, 1949 COUNCIL, MAYOR IN POLICE CHIEF DEBATE 1
March 24, 1949 NIGHT PROWLERS LOCATE NEW VICTIM; FIRST HOSS THEFT, NOW AUTO  1
March 24, 1949 BOWEN, JAMES R 6
March 24, 1949 CARLSON, ARTHUR B 7
March 24, 1949 DUTCHER, JOHN CALVIN 13
March 24, 1949 RECREATION TOPIC BEFORE PLANNERS 1
March 24, 1949 LOCAL SCHOOLS SHORE N P TAX PAYMENTS 9
March 24, 1949 CONTRACT TROUBLE HOLDS UP CITY'S SIDEWALK ISSUE 1
March 24, 1949 STATE TO MAINTAIN HIGHWAY THRU TOWN 1
March 24, 1949 JO ANN SAUNDERS, ROBERT ARDELL SHANE 10
March 24, 1949 KIRSTEN BUCK, HANS J ONA 10
March 24, 1949 MARIANNE BECKMAN, MORRIS ROSS 10
March 24, 1949 VIOLEL BULYCA, JACK THOMPSON 10
March 31, 1949 CLICK'S - GRAND OPENING 7
March 31, 1949 ESTHER TYE WOMAN OF ACHIEVEMENT; MAKE AWARD AT BPW TEA SUNDAY 1
March 31, 1949 CLICK'S OPENING NEW GROCERY AND MARKET ON FRIDAY 7
March 31, 1949 CAMPAIGN TO FIGHT CANCER WILL START HERE THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 1 9
March 31, 1949 EGG DRIVE SET TO START 1
March 31, 1949 NEW ROSE HILL AREA SEEKING ANNEXATION 1
March 31, 1949 O'BRIEN IS NAMED TO SCHOOL BOARD, DOUGLASS RESIGNS 1
March 31, 1949 SPRUCE UP KIRKLAND WEEK STARTS ON MONDAY 13
March 31, 1949 BEAUTIFICATION PROJECTS UNDERWAY IN PREPARATION FOR PRIMROSE SHOW 8
March 31, 1949 DR HEARING GIVES FESTIVAL A HYPO; SHOW NO RESEMBLES RINGLING BROS 1
March 31, 1949 EAST SIDE CLUBS SEEK FETE QUEEN 1
March 31, 1949 EXTEND FIRE HELP MONTH IN ROSE HILL 4
March 31, 1949 COUNCIL TO BE ACTIVE ON MONDAY 1
March 31, 1949 LIQUOR BY DRINK 2 WEEKS AWAY 2
March 31, 1949 ARMY DAY APRIL 6 PROCLAIMED LOCALLY BY MAYOR EVERETT 13
March 31, 1949 FRONT RANKING NAVY AND MARINE BRASS HATS WILL REVIEW KIRKLAND  9
March 31, 1949 NEW ROSE HILL AREA SEEKING ANNEXATION 1
March 31, 1949 LUNCH COUNTER BOSS ON LESCHI IS HONORED 7
March 31, 1949 PLANS MADE FOR CELEBRATING REMOVAL OF FLOATING BRIDGE TOLLS 1
March 31, 1949 REDMOND BRIDGE COMPLETION DATE ANNOUNCED FOR JULY 9TH 3
March 31, 1949 SEWER DIGGING AGAIN UNDERWAY 1
April 7, 1949 HAPPY VALLEY FARMS AND PHANTOM LAKE DAIRY - MERGER 9
April 7, 1949 MORE TAXIS TO SERVE YOU 2
April 7, 1949 HONOR JAMESONS (MR AND MRS W S) ON 55TH ANNIVERSARY 10
April 7, 1949 MUSIC ENTHUSIASTS ASKED IN FORMATION BAND OR ORCHESTRA 3
April 7, 1949 NIMBLE FINGERS BUSY DURING WINTER WHITTLING ... (KLEIN, TED) 4
April 7, 1949 POWELL AND JOHNSON BUILDING UNDERWAY 1
April 7, 1949 SALE OF HOUSING PROJECTS OPPOSED BY KIRKLAND CITY COUNCIL 3
April 7, 1949 RED CROSS DRIVE NETS TOTAL $2000 6
April 7, 1949 BILL AMES RESIGNS AS KANGAROO GRID COACH 1
April 7, 1949 KINDERGARTENS TO BE CONTINUED, SAYS SCHOOLMAN 2
April 7, 1949 RUTH LORENTZ, JAMES WUBBENA 10
April 7, 1949 AS 'CLEAN-UP WEEK' NEARS FINISH DIRT AND DEBRIS BEGIN TO VANISH 8
April 7, 1949 OLD FASHIONED GARDEN TO BE THEME OF PRIMROSE SHOW APRIL 22,23,24 6
April 7, 1949 DAIRY MERGER OF PHANTOM LAKE; HAPPY VALLEY 1
April 7, 1949 ATTORNEYS NAMED ON STREET ISSUE 2
April 7, 1949 BILL AMES RESIGNS AS KANGAROO GRID COACH 1
April 7, 1949 TAXIS CONSOLIDATE STANDS IN UP & UP 1
April 7, 1949 DAN HJORT'S LAUNCH SECOND FISHING BOAT COMPLETE WITH CHRISTENING 1
April 7, 1949 BETTER BUS SERVICE FOR KIRKLAND LOOMS 1
April 7, 1949 SEWER WATER RATES FOR PEOPLE OUTSIDE KIRKLAND'S LIMITS 7
April 14, 1949 COLMAN'S - EARTHQUAKE SALE 6
April 14, 1949 EAST SIDE EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE SLIGHT 1
April 14, 1949 PATRICIA JONES, GORDON WILBUR DAVIS 10
April 14, 1949 CHAMBER VETOES NEEDHAM MOTION 1
April 14, 1949 EGGS BY HUNDREDS WILL LURE YOUNG HUNTERS TO HIGH SCHOOL ON SUNDAY 1
April 14, 1949 HOUGHTON COUNCIL INVESTIGATES INSTALLING OWN WATER SYSTEM 3
April 14, 1949 MCKENZIES, LORENE 8
April 14, 1949 FERRY TRAFFIC IN DECLINE FOR MARCH 1
April 14, 1949 WILL SIGN NEW FERRY AGREEMENT 8
April 14, 1949 BUS TRANSPORTATION INTERESTS HOUGHTON 3
April 14, 1949 HOUGHTON COUNCIL INVESTIGATES INSTALLING OWN WATER SYSTEM 3
April 21, 1949 ASPHALT PAVING CO - GRAND OPENING 7
April 21, 1949 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 2
April 21, 1949 OUR TOWN (PENNINGTON, LAVERNE M) 2
April 21, 1949 LOCAL CARPENTERS EMPLOYED ON NEW HIGH SCHOOL - CONTRACTOR 3
April 21, 1949 BIDS CALLED FOR NEW NATIONAL GUARD BUILDING 1
April 21, 1949 SALE OF PROJECT A DODGED BY COUNCIL 8
April 21, 1949 BUSINESS TAX SUGGESTED 1
April 21, 1949 UNCOVER FUND THAT MAY HELP PROGRAM 3
April 21, 1949 CITY COUNCILMEN HEAR PROPOSALS FOR ANNEXATION 5
April 21, 1949 LOCAL CARPENTERS EMPLOYED ON NEW HIGH SCHOOL - CONTRACTOR 3
April 21, 1949 SATURDAY NIGHT IS CHARTER NIGHT FOR BARBER SHOP QUARTET SOCIETY 1
April 21, 1949 THREE-DAY PRIMROSE SHOW OPENING FRIDAY 1
April 21, 1949 LATEST FIRE APPRAISAL FOR KIRKLAND UPS BUILDINGS WORTH BY $100,00 5
April 21, 1949 BUSINESS TAX SUGGESTED 1
April 21, 1949 HOUGHTON BRIEF COUNCIL NOTES 9
April 21, 1949 ASPHALT PAVING CO OPENS LOCAL PLANT 1
April 21, 1949 BIDS CALLED FOR NEW NATIONAL GUARD BUILDING 1
April 21, 1949 GILES, CHARLES HENRY BURTON 1
April 21, 1949 WILSON, MRS JAMES 2
April 21, 1949 KIRKLAND ELIGIBLE FOR ENLARGED POST OFFICE... 1
April 21, 1949 CLUB RAISES OBJECTION TO STATE'S SYSTEM OF GRANTING BUS FRANCHISE 8
April 21, 1949 EAST SIDE TRAFFIC PROBLEM KNOTTY 1
April 21, 1949 GARBAGE RATE DUE FOR 15% INCREASE 7
April 21, 1949 WORK IS RESUMED ON SEWER PROJECT 1
April 28, 1949 LAKESIDE HARDWARE - NEW LOCATION 6
April 28, 1949 OUR TOWN (HALVERSON, CLARENCE E) 2
April 28, 1949 WON'T POSTPONE SALE OF PROJECT CITY IS ADVISED 1
April 28, 1949 THE GOOD OL' DAYS (BASEBALL) 4
April 28, 1949 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TACKLES BUSINESS TAX 3
April 28, 1949 PHYLLIS CRABTREE, FRED LIND 10
April 28, 1949 OVER 700 JAM-PACK AUDITORIUM TO SEE BARBERS HARMONIZE 6
April 28, 1949 BRIDGE CELEBRATION PLAN MOVING AHEAD; CARAVANS EXPECTED 2
April 28, 1949 PRIMROSE SHOW HERE OVER WEEK END ATTRACTS 6220 PERSONS 9
April 28, 1949 CLOSER CHECKING OF PARKING METERS 1
April 28, 1949 BRIDGE CELEBRATION PLAN MOVING AHEAD; CARAVANS EXPECTED 2
April 28, 1949 NEW 2-A HIGHWAY TO PARALLEL 116TH AVENUE 1
April 28, 1949 SIDEWALK PROJECT GETS GREEN LIGHT 1
April 28, 1949 MAXINE COLSON, MAX R BRUMMET 10
May 5, 1949 FIRST NATIONAL BANK - NEW BUILDING 14
May 5, 1949 PASTIME CAFE - NEW CORAL ROOM 11
May 5, 1949 REGINALD COURTS' 15TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION ATTRACTS 100 FRIEND 11
May 5, 1949 THEATRE GROUP SEEKS FORMATION UNDER NEW COOPERATIVE PLAY PLAN 11
May 5, 1949 ORCHID GOES TO MARY ARNOLD, 97; HER FATHER TAUGHT GENERAL GRANT 9
May 5, 1949 YOUNG GRANDPARENTS CLAIMED BY INFANT (HARKINS, TERRIE ANN) 3
May 5, 1949 BOOM LOWERED ON OWNER OF ANCIENT DOCK PROPERTY IN SOUTH KIRKLAND 3
May 5, 1949 NEW STRUCTURES DOT DOWNTOWN 7
May 5, 1949 OKEY PERMIT FOR NEW TRADEWELL 6
May 5, 1949 GUY FARRAR WILL BUILD GROUP OF NEW HOMES HERE 6
May 5, 1949 THREE HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION NEAR LAKE AT ROSE POINT 7
May 5, 1949 BUILDING PERMITS TOTAL $339614 DURING PAST YEAR IN CITY LIMITS... 7
May 5, 1949 KIRKLAND IS GROWING, POPULATION IS MOUNTING; RURAL LIVING PLEASING 6
May 5, 1949 PART OF ROSE HILL IS ANNEXED BY CITY 6
May 5, 1949 HIGHEST RATING TO BAND AND ORCHESTRA 3
May 5, 1949 PIG THAT VACUUMS FLOOR, GETS SHED OF DIRTY SOCKS COMING TO KIRKLAND 9
May 5, 1949 SUMMER FESTIVAL BOOKED AUGUST 8 1
May 5, 1949 B RESIDENTS FLEE FRIDAY NOON FIRE 1
May 5, 1949 COURTESY TICKETS GIVEN BY OFFICERS 1
May 5, 1949 HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS GIVEN RECEPTION BY BPW ORGANIZATION 1
May 5, 1949 SET RECREATION 1950 BUDGETS OF NEAR $6000 1
May 5, 1949 BUS HEARING WEDNESDAY ON SEATTLE SERVICE 1
May 5, 1949 BUMPS, RUTS UNDER ATTACK 1
May 5, 1949 JOYCE BROOKS, LEON L NICHOLS 11
May 5, 1949 RUTH WELKE, JOHN NEEDHAM 1
May 12, 1949 PIONEER FEED & FUEL - OPEN HOUSE 12
May 12, 1949 4-H POULTRY CLUB IS FORMED HERE 1
May 12, 1949 NEW DRAMA GROUP CALLS FOR ACTORS, STAGE HANDS, TO SELECT 3-ACT PL 8
May 12, 1949 CHAMBER GROUP TOURS SCHOOL 2
May 12, 1949 PATROL BOYS, GIRLS TO HAVE OUTING AT PLAYLAND FOR WORK 1
May 12, 1949 NEWEST ANNEXATION REQUEST HEARING SET 1
May 12, 1949 $866,000 BUDGET FOR SCHOOLS OK 8
May 12, 1949 CHAMBER GROUP TOURS SCHOOL 2
May 12, 1949 HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT ON JUNE 8 1
May 12, 1949 MCLAUGHLIN NAMED SCHOOL ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 1
May 12, 1949 PRE-SCHOOL WINS GOLD TREE AWARD 9
May 12, 1949 ROSE HILL SCHOOL TO HAVE NEW BOSS 7
May 12, 1949 MISSES AND MATRONS MODEL GOWNS WORN IN THE DAYS OF "WAY BACK WHEN 10
May 12, 1949 BEACHES UNDERGO POLLUTION TESTS 1
May 12, 1949 CANDIDATES FOR BRIDGE FETE QUEEN WILL PARADE HERE FOR FEDERATED C 7
May 12, 1949 $1300 DEFICIT NOW FACES FIREMEN; NEED EXTRA HELP 1
May 12, 1949 FIRE PROTECTION ROSE HILL TOPIC 2
May 12, 1949 HOUGHTON COUNCIL BRIEF, BRIEFS 5
May 12, 1949 HOUGHTON FOLKS TO LAY OWN DUST 5
May 12, 1949 HOUGHTON GROUP TO OUTLINE BUDGET 11
May 12, 1949 BEACHES UNDERGO POLLUTION TESTS 1
May 12, 1949 14-YEAR OLD GIRL ON 'BEER' SPREE 1
May 12, 1949 CHECK ON PARKING TIME NETS CASH 1
May 12, 1949 BRADSHAW, SARAH 5
May 12, 1949 NELSON, CHARLES E 5
May 12, 1949 4-H POULTRY CLUB IS FORMED HERE 1
May 12, 1949 ACTIVE CLUBBERS SEEKING MARBLE CHAMPION 3
May 12, 1949 EAGLES PURCHASE WATERFRONT SITE 5
May 12, 1949 OUR TOWN (EAST SIDE GARDEN CLUB) 2
May 12, 1949 AMERICAN LEGION DISTRICT SPRING CONFERENCE HERE ON JUNE 3RD 9
May 12, 1949 INSTALL MINIATURE PLAYING EQUIPMENT 7
May 12, 1949 FIRE PROTECTION ROSE HILL TOPIC 2
May 12, 1949 ROSE HILL SCHOOL TO HAVE NEW BOSS 7
May 12, 1949 EXPRESS DOUBT ON DIRECT BUS ROUTE TO SEATTLE 1
May 12, 1949 HOUGHTON FOLKS TO LAY OWN DUST 5
May 12, 1949 REPAIR WORK ON YARROW POINT ROADS STARTED 1
May 12, 1949 MEETING MONDAY ON NORWOOD HOME PLAN 5
May 19, 1949 OUR TOWN (NEEDHAM, ARTHUR E) 2
May 19, 1949 THREE COMMERCIAL BUILDING OPENINGS SET FOR MAY, JUNE 7
May 19, 1949 FIRST OF FARRAR HOMES STARTED; NEARS COMPLETION 6
May 19, 1949 PROPOSE SALE PROJECTS A-B BY OCTOBER 1
May 19, 1949 OPPORTUNITY BOND DRIVE STARTS HERE 1
May 19, 1949 ANCIENT BUILDINGS AND PIERS MAKING WAY FOR IMPROVEMENT 5
May 19, 1949 BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATIONS INCREASING HERE 7
May 19, 1949 CONGRESSMAN PUSHES HARD ON $45000 FOR LOCAL SCHOOL DEFICIT 3
May 19, 1949 VEHICLE TRAFFIC UP ON THE LESCHI 14
May 19, 1949 FARES INCREASE GRANTED BUS LINE 1
May 19, 1949 FLOATING BRIDGE TOLLS TO BE LIFTED JULY 2 1
May 19, 1949 FOUR CONTRACTORS BID ON SIDEWALKS; LOW IS $278,270 2
May 19, 1949 COUNCIL APPROVES ROSE POINT WATER LINE 1
May 19, 1949 MEMORIAL FUND TO AID EAGLE CHILDREN OF WORLD WAR DEAD 7
May 26, 1949 EARL'S AUTO PARTS - NEW LOCATION 12
May 26, 1949 COMMUNITY THEATRE HAS FIRST ELECTION, WILL SELECT PLAY 1
May 26, 1949 AUTO PARTS STORE IS MOVING WED. LARGER QUARTERS 2
May 26, 1949 SECOND LAKE CROSSING IS URGED BY KIRKLAND C OF C 1
May 26, 1949 JULY 12 ELECTION DATE ANNEXATION 1
May 26, 1949 STATE CHAMPION (DAVIS, LUTHER - PHOTO) 1
May 26, 1949 CENTRAL MAY POLE DANCE (PHOTO) 1
May 26, 1949 PLANS VIRTUALLY COMPLETE FOR TOLL BRIDGE CELEBRATION ON JULY 2 9
May 26, 1949 UNITS MARCH IN MEMORIAL PARADE HERE 1
May 26, 1949 KIRKLAND SIDEWALK PROJECT RUNS AFOUL; DELAYED UNTIL JANUARY 3
May 26, 1949 NO DUSTY STREETS IF YOU PAY A FEE 1
May 26, 1949 SECOND LAKE CROSSING IS URGED BY KIRKLAND C OF C 1
May 26, 1949 WATER RATES UP 25 CENTS FOR ALL RESIDENCES 1
May 26, 1949 BARBARA PUTT, BURTON WALKER 10
June 2, 1949 OUR TOWN (MCKIBBEN, ERNEST C) 2
June 2, 1949 CANTEEN WILL MOVE, BARRACKS COME DOWN 3
June 2, 1949 COMMITTEE'S CITY STUDY NEARS FINISH 1
June 2, 1949 SENIOR CLASS GRADUATES WEDNESDAY 1
June 2, 1949 STUDENTS DEDICATE ANNUAL TO R R BOYD, ADVISOR AND COACH 11
June 2, 1949 UGH! HEAP BIG CHIEF RAINWATER TO BRING TRIBE HERE FOR SUMMER FETE 4
June 2, 1949 WILL ADD PRECINCTS TO SPEED UP VOTING 1
June 2, 1949 COLORFUL PARADE, MEMORIAL RITES, HONOR HEROES WHO DIED IN BATTLE 1
June 2, 1949 PENNIES, NICKELS SAME EVERY WEEK POLICE DISCOVER 1
June 2, 1949 KLAMM, WILLIAM 5
June 2, 1949 BRIDGE TOLL ELIMINATION, HIGHWAY SEEN AS BOON TO LOCAL REAL ESTATE 8
June 2, 1949 EXPAND DISTRICT SUMMER RECREATION 1
June 2, 1949 BOXING SHOW FOR LOCALS IS BILLED 9
June 2, 1949 BARBARA LEWIS, ROBERT REED 4
June 2, 1949 GEORGIA LOU SAVILLE, ROLFE AUSEN 4
June 9, 1949 OUR TOWN (COLMAN, ROY B) 2
June 9, 1949 12 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES WIN $2000 SCHOLARSHIPS 1
June 9, 1949 THESE 129 "FORTY-NINERS" RECEIVE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS (PHOTOS) 1
June 9, 1949 CARAVAN FROM HERE IN TOLL CELEBRATION 1
June 9, 1949 NEW P O ROUTES FOR REDMOND, KIRKLAND AREAS 1
June 9, 1949 DONUT FACTORY ESTABLISHED HERE 14
June 9, 1949 HOUGHTON BEACH HAS RED CROSS GUARD 14
June 9, 1949 VFW INCREASES MEMBERSHIP 144% 2
June 9, 1949 SWIMMING PROGRAM OPENS MONDAY, TRANSPORTATION IS FREE IN DISTRICT 1
June 9, 1949 ROSE HILL WATER CONNECTIONS UP 5
June 9, 1949 NEW WATER LINE IS STALEMATED 1
June 9, 1949 ROSE HILL WATER CONNECTIONS UP 5
June 9, 1949 GIVEN MEDAL IN FATHER'S MEMORY (HORNER, MARGARET - WILLIAM) 1
June 9, 1949 MAXINE ROBERTS, RICHARD MATHEWSON 4
June 16, 1949 OUR TOWN (EVERETT, HARRY MILTON) 2
June 16, 1949 MULLIGAN'S ANNOUNCE STORE REMODELING FOR "SELF-SERVICE" 7
June 16, 1949 CHAMBER PUTS OK ON SALES CLASSES 1
June 16, 1949 CITY STUDY REPORT DUE ON MONDAY 1
June 16, 1949 1949 GRADUATING CLASS LOOKS PUNY; LOOK AT THE NUMBER OF SOPHS 12
June 16, 1949 HOUGHTON SEEKS OWN RURAL, TOWN DELIVERY 1
June 16, 1949 LOCATI, ALENE MAY 15
June 16, 1949 KENNETH L MILES ASSUMES PULPIT 14
June 16, 1949 CROSSING PROTECTION SEEN FOR HOUGHTON 7
June 23, 1949 OUR TOWN (RAMQUIST, REUEL T) 2
June 23, 1949 SENOR PAUL RAZZORE WILL CARRY GARBAGE IF MANY KIRKLAND FRIENDS ME 7
June 23, 1949 FORCE WORK STOPPAGE ON SCHOOL 1
June 23, 1949 CHAMBER GROUP FACES CROSSROADS 1
June 23, 1949 CHARLOTTE HAZELET, ARMUS TURTAINEN 10
June 23, 1949 GLORIA MORTENSEN, EARL STEBERL 10
June 23, 1949 PATRICIA ANN BROGAN, MYRON JOHNSON 10
June 23, 1949 PLAN CITY-WIDE BEAUTIFICATION PROGRAM, SEEK COOPERATION OF ALL  8
June 23, 1949 CITY ON BAND WAGON FOR TOLL SPAN FETE; SEEK FLOAT ENTRIES 6
June 23, 1949 FEDERATED CLUBS IN RIFF OVER QUEENS 1
June 23, 1949 GOVERNOR WILL CUT RIBBON AT TOLL PLAZA PRECISELY AT 4:32 JULY 2ND 6
June 23, 1949 COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS MAYOR ASSISTANT 1
June 23, 1949 REPORT ON YOUR CITY 1
June 23, 1949 DIEW, WASHINGTON A 5
June 23, 1949 DONALD, WILLIAM R 5
June 23, 1949 HILL, JANE 8
June 23, 1949 PRINCE, FRANCES GRAHAM 7
June 23, 1949 SALMI, VICKI LOU 1
June 23, 1949 DAY CAMP OPENS IN KIRKLAND PARK 1
June 23, 1949 GOVERNOR WILL CUT RIBBON AT TOLL PLAZA PRECISELY AT 4:32 JULY 2ND 6
June 23, 1949 CITY APPROVES $100,000 WATER SYSTEM MODERNIZATION, EXTENSION PROGRESS 1
June 23, 1949 COMMITTEE STUDY ON GARBAGE BIDS 1
June 23, 1949 JOYCE LORRAINE HOLEN, RICHARD E NELSON 7
June 30, 1949 OUR TOWN (FERGUSON, WALTER V) 2
June 30, 1949 ACTION OVERDUE ON GUARD BUILDING 8
June 30, 1949 LAKEVIEW TERRACE ON SALE NEXT WEEK 1
June 30, 1949 MULLIGAN'S BEGIN SELF SERVE PLAN 1
June 30, 1949 REVIVAL OF CHAMBER IS LAUNCHED 1
June 30, 1949 LOCAL DAY NURSERY, STARTED IN 1942 FOR WAR WORKER'S CHILDREN, OPEN 17
June 30, 1949 HUB OF THE EASTSIDE (AERIAL PHOTO OF DOWNTOWN) 12
June 30, 1949 KIRKLAND AS "HUB GREATER EAST SIDE", LARGEST INCORPORATED CITY 13
June 30, 1949 ALICE MAE SCHULTZ, CHARLES F EMERY 10
June 30, 1949 DERBY COMMITTEE PLANNING FLOAT IN TOLL REMOVAL FETE THIS SATURDAY 14
June 30, 1949 JUANITA MISS WILL RIDE IN BRIDGE QUEEN'S ROYAL FLOAT IN PARADE 9
June 30, 1949 SUMMER FESTIVAL CRAMMED FULL OF SPARKLING ACTS 16
June 30, 1949 EARLY TRANSPORTATION (OLD PHOTO OF REDMOND-KIRKLAND STAGE) 2
June 30, 1949 LIFTING OF TARIFFS ON LAKE BRIDGE RECALLS EARLY TRANSPORTATION DA 13
June 30, 1949 PREDICTED BRIDGE FIFTY YEARS AGO 12
June 30, 1949 TOLL CELEBRATION IS REMINISCENT OF DAYS WHEN "ELFIN" PLIED THE LA 15
June 30, 1949 NATIONAL GUARD UNIT TAKES TARGET HONORS AT SUMMER CAMP 3
June 30, 1949 RECOR, HAROLD 1
June 30, 1949 BROWNIE TROOPS GROW IN STATURE FROM SMALL BEGINNINGS 9
June 30, 1949 RECREATION PROGRAM AT HEIGHTS EXPANDS WITH STAFF LARGER 17
June 30, 1949 REV BAILEY TO LEAVE KIRKLAND, GOING TO OLYMPIA 14
June 30, 1949 TOLL CELEBRATION IS REMINISCENT OF DAYS WHEN "ELFIN" PLIED THE LA 15
June 30, 1949 $10,000,000 BRIDGE TOLL FREE SATURDAY 1
June 30, 1949 BRIDGE FACTS AND FIGURES 1
June 30, 1949 LIFTING OF TARIFFS ON LAKE BRIDGE RECALLS EARLY TRANSPORTATION DA 13
June 30, 1949 PREDICTED BRIDGE FIFTY YEARS AGO 12
June 30, 1949 PHONE DIRECTORY READY FOR PATRONS 8
June 30, 1949 CATHERINE GORDON, ARNOLD GUNDERSON 3
June 30, 1949 DENVERTA THOMAS, ALLEN MCKINNEY 10
June 30, 1949 JOAN BARNETT, ALFRED RIGGS 10
July 7, 1949 TROTTER SEWING MACHINE SERVICE - GRAND OPENING 8
July 7, 1949 CASTING STARTING ON CLAUDIA BY PLAYERS 1
July 7, 1949 SUMMER BAND TRAINING PROGRAM STARTED FOR 62 MUSIC STUDENTS 3
July 7, 1949 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 6
July 7, 1949 OUR TOWN (AVERY, RON) 2
July 7, 1949 POWELL, JOHNSON IN NEW QUARTERS 2
July 7, 1949 SECTION ROSE HILL FAVORS ANNEXATION 1
July 7, 1949 THERE'S NO TIME TO LOSE... (NEW BRIDGE) 2
July 7, 1949 SUMMER FESTIVAL QUEEN TO BE NAMED 1
July 7, 1949 FOUL BALL MAY COST CITY $700 DAMAGES 1
July 7, 1949 SLIGHT DECREASE IN TRAFFIC NOTED 1
July 7, 1949 BRIDGE CELEBRATION CARAVAN SCORES ALONG 50-MILE ROUTE TO CEREMONIES 12
July 7, 1949 GEARS GREASED BY CHAMBER FOR NEW BRIDGE CROSSING 1
July 7, 1949 MOVEMENT STARTS FOR SECOND LAKE CROSSING 1
July 7, 1949 AUTOMATIC DIAL PHONES BY 1950, TOLLS OFF SOME 1
July 7, 1949 ORDER WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT, STUDY BIDS ON FIRST THREE PARTS 1
July 7, 1949 MARGARET HEINRICH, ED BOMAN 8
July 14, 1949 OUR TOWN (GATES, EARL W) 2
July 14, 1949 WAY BEING CLEARED FOR NEW NATIONAL GUARD SERVICE BLDG 6
July 14, 1949 CHAMBER REPORT URGES FULL-TIME SECRETARY; NO BOARD DIRECTORS 3
July 14, 1949 PLAYGROUND PROGRAM IS ATTRACTING BOYS AND GIRLS DAILY TO CIVIC CE 2
July 14, 1949 LAKEVIEW TERRACE SALE STARTING DATE STILL UNCERTAIN, OFFICIALS SAY 5
July 14, 1949 ROSE HILL ANNEXATION REJECTED 80 TO 30 1
July 14, 1949 HUNDREDS OF HORSES, FLOATS BY GROSS TO BE IN KIRKLAND SUMMER FEST 6
July 14, 1949 KIDDIES PARADE PLANS LOOM LARGE 1
July 14, 1949 HOT RODS ROAR AND RESIDENTS RAVE; TURN DOWNTOWN STREETS INTO TRACK 1
July 14, 1949 POLICE CAPTURE SAFEWAY THIEVES 1
July 14, 1949 POLICEMAN HALTS AIRPLANE FLIGHT 1
July 14, 1949 WAY BEING CLEARED FOR NEW NATIONAL GUARD SERVICE BLDG 6
July 14, 1949 RIGGS, CLARENCE C 2
July 14, 1949 ROSE HILL ORGANIZATIONS ARE BACKING NEW SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM 6
July 14, 1949 FORMER RESIDENT HOLDS PRESBYTERY POST IN ILLINOIS 6
July 14, 1949 ROSE HILL ANNEXATION REJECTED 80 TO 30 1
July 14, 1949 FATE OF KIRKLAND-SEATTLE FERRY STILL HANGING IN THE BALANCE 9
July 14, 1949 ROAD ASSOCIATION WILL SPEARHEAD CROSSING SURVEY 1
July 14, 1949 H AASHEIM FIRST IN PHONE BOOK; ZWEIFELHOFER IN LAST; JOHNSONS MOST 9
July 14, 1949 PAT DOBBS, GLEN GRIFFIS 10
July 14, 1949 PHYLLIS ANN CRABTREE, FREDERICK LIND 10
July 21, 1949 ONE THINGS FOR CERTAIN; FESTIVAL QUEEN IS A-NO 1 (GASCH, DIANE) 2
July 21, 1949 OUR TOWN (BARGEWELL, WALTER S) 2
July 21, 1949 COUNCIL DIFFERS ON DOCK DISPOSAL; MOORAGE SOUGHT 9
July 21, 1949 LOCAL CHURCH STARTS BASEMENT BUILDING; COST ABOUT $25000 6
July 21, 1949 EAST SIDE ROTARIANS HERE ATOMIC EXPERT 6
July 21, 1949 PATSY BROGAN, MYRON JOHNSON 6
July 21, 1949 DIANE GASCH SELECTED TO RULE OVER SUMMER FESTIVAL HERE ON AUG 6 1
July 21, 1949 $7200 CLAIM FILED AGAINST CITY FOR CRICKET BALL INJURY 1
July 21, 1949 HOUGHTON COUNCIL BRIEF BRIEFS 14
July 21, 1949 POLICE DEPARTMENT ISSUES WARNING TO 2-ON-1 BICYCLISTS 3
July 21, 1949 MORGAN, MRS C E 6
July 21, 1949 NELSON, CLARA 5
July 21, 1949 DEFICIT OPERATION FACES CITY FERRY BY END OF JULY 9
July 21, 1949 COMPLAINTS MANY IN PHONE HEARING 1
July 21, 1949 WATER, SEWER PROJECTS GET GREEN LIGHT 1
July 21, 1949 STRONG WINDS TOSS JUANITA BAY BOATS 12
July 28, 1949 MULLIGAN'S - FIRE SALE 5
July 28, 1949 FERRY IMPORTANT TO FRANK GILBERT, HE'S PLIED LAKE FOR NEARLY 50 Y 1
July 28, 1949 OUR TOWN (BRATT, JOHN H) 2
July 28, 1949 BUILDING PERMITS TOTAL $89600 6
July 28, 1949 CITY TO CONDEMN KIRKLAND AVE BUILDING 9
July 28, 1949 EXPLOSION BLOWS OUT WINDOWS OF HARRIS SHOE STORE 7
July 28, 1949 MULLIGAN $75000 FIRE CAUSE STILL IS UNDETERMINED (PHOTO) 1
July 28, 1949 PAULSON PRAISES WORK OF FIREMEN 5
July 28, 1949 PETERSEN, NELS 16
July 28, 1949 POWELL, OLIVE 14
July 28, 1949 HOUGHTON PARK CONCESSION BID CALLED BY COUNTY 1
July 28, 1949 DECLINE IN FERRY REVENUES AND PASSENGERS CITED BY HAUN 3
July 28, 1949 REFUSE BUS SERVICE FROM HEIGHTS TO SEATTLE 1
July 28, 1949 SURVEY OF SECOND LAKE CROSSING PROBABLE 1
July 28, 1949 AUTOMATIC PHONE EQUIPMENT EXPECTED HERE BY NOVEMBER 1
July 28, 1949 OPEN BIDS TOTALING $64373 FOR CITY'S WATER SYSTEM PROGRAM 7
July 28, 1949 WATER STORAGE COVER TO USE OLD TRUSSES PREVIOUSLY TOO HIGH 1
July 28, 1949 MINNIE MUHS, DAMON L CHAMNESS 2
July 28, 1949 RUTH LORENTZ, JAMES WUBBENA 10
August 4, 1949 MULLIGAN'S - FIRE SALE 6
August 4, 1949 YOUTHS TURN OUT FOR CANTEEN JOB 1
August 4, 1949 FESTIVAL OPENS FRIDAY 1
August 4, 1949 FESTIVAL PROGRAM 1
August 4, 1949 'GOSSITE' PLANT FUNCTIONING OK, CHAMBER IS TOLD 2
August 4, 1949 KIRKLAND MERCHANT, "SLOW" MOVING CAR, IS THROWN IN JAIL BY OFFICE 1
August 4, 1949 BOWEN, MABEL 8
August 4, 1949 BROOKS, HENRY 8
August 4, 1949 ROTARY TO HEAR EMMETT WATSON 1
August 4, 1949 PLAN NUMBERING FOR CITY STREETS AT LONG MEETING 1
August 4, 1949 CITY STUDIES POSSIBILITY OF OPERATING MUNICIPAL POWER SYSTEM 9
August 4, 1949 CONTRACTS SIGNED FOR FIRST PORTION OF WATER EXTENSION PROGRAM 3
August 4, 1949 COUNCIL APPROVES BOND PURCHASE FOR WATER MAINS 2
August 4, 1949 DOLLY NELSON, WILLIAM ELLIS 10
August 4, 1949 PATRICIA ANN BROGAN, MYRON F JOHNSON 11
August 4, 1949 PATRICIA LANE WOLD, WILLIAM L CLARK 10
August 11, 1949 TELEPHONE SERVICE - TELEPHONE EXPANSION STATS 3
August 11, 1949 CITY BAND PLAYS IN CONCERT HERE ON FRIDAY NIGHT 1
August 11, 1949 OUR TOWN (BEARDSLEY, WALTER H) 2
August 11, 1949 POWELL BUILDING WORK UNDERWAY 7
August 11, 1949 LAKEVIEW TERRACE NURSERY SPACE CONSIDERED BY COMMITTEE 3
August 11, 1949 BOOKTER'S MOVE 1
August 11, 1949 K-L MACHINE WORKS CHANGES OWNERSHIP 3
August 11, 1949 BARBARA HARIG, RAY CONOVER 10
August 11, 1949 FESTIVAL FINANCES OKEY; STUDY VITAL REPORT NEXT WEEK 1
August 11, 1949 FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS (PHOTOS OF SUMMER FESTIVAL) 1
August 11, 1949 KIRKLAND SUMMER FESTIVAL PARADE DECLARED "FINEST" 1
August 11, 1949 WINNERS IN FESTIVAL FLOAT PARADE PICKED; ROSE POINT TAKES TOP SPOT 1
August 11, 1949 HOUGHTON CALLS FOR BIDS ON STREET LIGHTING 1
August 11, 1949 HOUGHTON WILL CALL FOR GARBAGE BIDS 3
August 11, 1949 PLANT GETS SET FOR PRODUCTION (PUGET SOUND PRODUCTS COMPANY) 2
August 11, 1949 JUDGE CONTINUES AVERY'S HEARING 1
August 11, 1949 PATROL CHIEF IN TRAFFIC WARNING 16
August 11, 1949 BROOKS, HENRY 14
August 11, 1949 KELLIE, VELBORG 4
August 11, 1949 LAUNCH DRIVE TO SAVE BALL PARK LIGHTS 1
August 11, 1949 FEDERATED CLUBS URGE 2ND BRIDGE 8
August 11, 1949 FOUR LANE HIGHWAY TO HOUGHTON-KIRKLAND GAINS SUPPORT 9
August 11, 1949 CONCRETE COVER TO REPLACE WOOD TRUSS OVER CITY'S WATER RESERVOIR 13
August 11, 1949 GATES LASHES OUT AT COMMISSION'S PHONE REPORT 2
August 11, 1949 GLORIA MORTENSEN, EARL STEBERL 10
August 11, 1949 PHYLLIS WARNECK, BURYL ROCKWELL 10
August 18, 1949 STATUS OF LAKEVIEW TERRACE NURSERY CAUSES LIVELY DISCUSSION 3
August 18, 1949 FURNITURE MAN TAKES OVER AT KIRK. HARDWARE 9
August 18, 1949 NEW BARBER TAKES OVER HAP'S PLACE 8
August 18, 1949 CHANGE IN CHAMBER OPERATION TABLED; UP AGAIN TUESDAY 2
August 18, 1949 FUND IS STARTED FOR BERKEYS BY FAMILY'S FRIENDS 1
August 18, 1949 CHAMBER QUANDRY 2
August 18, 1949 CITY ADMINISTRATION 2
August 18, 1949 DOUBLE-SHIFTING IN UPPER FIVE GRADES NEEDED 1
August 18, 1949 NEW SCHOOL TEACHERS (PHOTOS) 1
August 18, 1949 SCHOOLS OPENING ON SEPTEMBER 7, ATTENDANCE SOARS 1
August 18, 1949 CLAIREMAE SNYDER, DON BECHTEL 10
August 18, 1949 NETTIE LOU BRANSON, WALTER VERNE FERGUSON 10
August 18, 1949 MUSIC ENTHUSIASTS HEAR BAND CONCERT 3
August 18, 1949 NEW EAST SIDE RESIDENT TELLS HIS IMPRESSIONS OF LIFE IN UNITED ST 7
August 18, 1949 P O GOES MODERN; PUSH-BUTTON STAMP VENDOR INSTALLED 7
August 18, 1949 RAGSDALE, LEE C 8
August 18, 1949 SMILEY, FRANCES 8
August 18, 1949 STREET DANCE TO GET LIGHTS DRIVE UNDERWAY FRI 1
August 18, 1949 N P OFFICE WILL CLOSE SATURDAYS 1
August 18, 1949 $200,000 WATER SYSTEM CONTRACTS LET 1
August 18, 1949 DIAL EQUIPMENT IN NEW BUILDING 3
August 18, 1949 MABEL HANSON, WILBURT POOL 10
August 25, 1949 OUR TOWN (ANDERSON, MR AND MRS ORVAL E) 2
August 25, 1949 SPACIOUS STRUCTURE IS THE 'LAST WORD' IN MODERN LIVING (HARGRAVE) 6
August 25, 1949 GOOD FRIENDS AND GOOD CITIZENS AID BERKEY WIDOW, THREE SMALL CHILDREN 1
August 25, 1949 THIRTY NEW TEACHERS ADDED TO STAFF 1
August 25, 1949 BARBER QUARTETS STAGE JAMBOREE SATURDAY NIGHT 1
August 25, 1949 LOCAL BRUSH FIRES CONSTANT MENACE 1
August 25, 1949 KIRKLAND INDUSTRY (PHOTO OF "LITTERATORS") 1
August 25, 1949 KIRKLAND POULTRYMAN INVENTS HANDY ITEM FOR STIRRING CHICKEN LITTER 12
August 25, 1949 PAGING FBI! BOYS DISCOVER GUNS NEAR PIER AT SHIPYARDS SATURDAY 13
August 25, 1949 DOBBS, MARY L 15
August 25, 1949 MARCYES, EDWARD W 5
August 25, 1949 STUART, VIOLA 1
August 25, 1949 WHITING, CLARENCE J 5
August 25, 1949 LEWIS BAILEY TO DELIVER LAST SERVICE SUNDAY 14
August 25, 1949 EAST SIDE BEST SIDE (LESCHI FERRY) 1
August 25, 1949 STATE ASSISTANCE FOR FERRY SOUGHT 1
August 25, 1949 DOROTHY HAINES, CHARLES WESCOTT 10
September 1, 1949 JAPAN CONTACTED DIRECTLY IN EARLY PICKUP BY F J KING, RADIO "HAM" 8
September 1, 1949 OUR TOWN (MORGAN, LEONARD) 2
September 1, 1949 CONGREGATION MOVES INTO NEW AUDITORIUM 11
September 1, 1949 FUND FOR BERKEY FAMILY IS GROWING; GENEROUS CONTRIBUTORS AID DRIVE 1
September 1, 1949 THE FERRY IS DOOMED! 1
September 1, 1949 ADULT EDUCATION FALL TERM COURSES WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER 26 11
September 1, 1949 SCHOOL OPENING INSTRUCTIONS TOLD 10
September 1, 1949 TEACHERS READY FOR SCHOOL OPENING, STAFF IS INCREASED TO 146 4
September 1, 1949 PACKED HOUSE IN NOVEMBER ASSURE AFTER BARBERS' SHOWING AT BELLEVUE 2
September 1, 1949 MADAME ZORA, WHO KNOWS NOTHING, FEATURED JUANITA FAIR PERFORMER 2
September 1, 1949 ONLY ONE POLIO CASE REPORTED IN AREA, HEALTH MAN STATES 1
September 1, 1949 GOSSITE PLANT READY FOR FULL PRODUCTION 1
September 1, 1949 JUNIOR GARDENING CLUB BEING ORGANIZED FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 3
September 1, 1949 REVIVAL MEETINGS STARTED AT CHURCH 12
September 1, 1949 FERRY LESCHI'S DAYS ARE NUMBERED -- HAUN 1
September 1, 1949 START BRIDGE SURVEY IMMEDIATELY - LANGLIE 1
September 1, 1949 PLAN NEW DUMP FOR EAST SIDE 1
September 1, 1949 MARCELLA MODDISON, BOBBIE LEE LYTLE 4
September 1, 1949 MARJORIE NELSON, JOHN REUTER 4
September 1, 1949 MARLYS JAMES, ARTHUR W MARTIN 4
September 8, 1949 OUR TOWN (VERBARENDSE, JOHN) 2
September 8, 1949 EXPANSION PLANS TOLD BY WAH MEI 6
September 8, 1949 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT APPEARS ON INCREASE 1
September 8, 1949 PRELIMINARY BUDGET SET AT $340,901 1
September 8, 1949 RELIGIOUS CENSUS IN JUANITA PLANNED 14
September 8, 1949 KEEP FERRY ON! 1
September 8, 1949 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 2
September 8, 1949 DIAL PHONES 1
September 8, 1949 JEANNE AMRINE, VAL MCREARY 10
September 8, 1949 PATRICIA ANN FUERST, GORDON GENE MERRILL 10
September 8, 1949 PHYLLIS WARNECK, BURYL ROCKWELL 10
September 8, 1949 SHARON BRYDEN, HAROLD W KENT JR 10
September 15, 1949 SILVER ANNIVERSARIES OBSERVED SAT. BY C SCOTT'S FRIENDS, MOCK WED 11
September 15, 1949 SALE OF TERRACE AWAITS FRANCHISE GRANT TO UTILITY 1
September 15, 1949 UP 'N UP RESTAURANT HAS NEW MANAGERS 2
September 15, 1949 LOCAL CANNERY BEEHIVE OF ACTIVITY; OVER 300 HURRY TASTY FRUIT INT 12
September 15, 1949 3959 IN LOCAL CLASSROOMS 9
September 15, 1949 OVER 23 COURSES IN ADULT CLASSES 6
September 15, 1949 NIGHT BURGLARIES NET RADIO, CASH 1
September 15, 1949 CLARK, REV CHESTER M 1
September 15, 1949 PLUMB, FREEMAN H 1
September 15, 1949 RECREATION PROGRAM SET FOR OPENING 1
September 15, 1949 DECK LOADING TO START ON FRIDAY 1
September 15, 1949 CHARLOTTE HAZELET, ARMAS TURTAINEN 10
September 22, 1949 'THE DRAGON', IRISH COMEDY, HERE AT CIVIC CENTER ON OCTOBER 15TH 2
September 22, 1949 NEW LAUNDERETTE OPENS TOMORROW 1
September 22, 1949 ASK NEW QUORUM RULE IN CHAMBER 1
September 22, 1949 IRATE OVER UNSAFE BRIDGES - DEMAND ACTION 1
September 22, 1949 PATRICIA VAUX, JOSEPH SIM 10
September 22, 1949 YOUTHS ARRESTED ON AUTO THEFTS, STEAL BURN CAR 1
September 22, 1949 NEW NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY TO OPEN IN KIRKLAND IN OCTOBER 3
September 22, 1949 KIRKLAND NEEDS BETTER TERMINAL 1
September 22, 1949 ASK ROAD GROUP TO SUPPORT SPAN 1
September 22, 1949 IRATE OVER UNSAFE BRIDGES - DEMAND ACTION 1
September 22, 1949 GLORIA WALKER, RONALD WAYNE SHAW 11
September 22, 1949 JEANNE PETERSON, VINCENT BOOKIE 10
September 22, 1949 LOIS HOLMQUIST, WALTER COSTELLO 11
September 29, 1949 OUR TOWN (PATTY, OLLIS W) 2
September 29, 1949 START WARD BUILDING NEAR OLD CITY HALL 1
September 29, 1949 OLD BARRACKS BUILDING USED ENTIRELY FOR ADULT EDUCATION, 500 ENROLL 8
September 29, 1949 MOM'S CAFE HAS NEW OPERATORS 1
September 29, 1949 PLANS SHAPE UP FOR FIRST DISTRICT PARADE OF BARBERSHOP QUARTETS 1
September 29, 1949 DONATION TO FIRE DEPARTMENT SENT IN WITH LETTER EXPRESSING THANKS 7
September 29, 1949 PRE-SCHOOL GROUP TO HEAR NURSE 1
September 29, 1949 LIBRARY PROBLEMS DISCUSSED BY GROUP 8
September 29, 1949 WILL GIVE MEDALS ART GUARD MEETING 1
September 29, 1949 CHAMBER ENTHUSED OVER ART NEEDHAM'S ROADS ASSIGNMENT 1
September 29, 1949 TWO NEW BRIDGES FOR AVONDALE THIS FALL PROMISED BY COUNTY 3
September 29, 1949 VIRGINIA BROWN, JORDAN A FOSLAND 6
October 6, 1949 COUPLES CELEBRATE TWO ANNIVERSARIES (BROWN, MR AND MRS FRED) 1
October 6, 1949 COUPLES CELEBRATE TWO ANNIVERSARIES (LENTZ, MR AND MRS E O) 1
October 6, 1949 BPW WILL OBSERVE BUSINESS WEEK 1
October 6, 1949 CHAMBER BALANCE $315, FITCH SAYS 1
October 6, 1949 SCHOOL BUDGET SET AT $911,981 1
October 6, 1949 JANET BENSON, HOWARD L QUIGLEY 10
October 6, 1949 BARBER ASSIGNMENTS MADE FOR DISTRICT SONG CHAMPIONSHIPS 1
October 6, 1949 SET HEARING FOR FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT 41 AROUND KIRKLAND 9
October 6, 1949 CITY COUNCIL CUTS BUDGET TO $276,581 1
October 6, 1949 RESIGNS (WILLIAMS, JOHN) 1
October 6, 1949 INVALID CARS TO BE MADE LOCALLY 8
October 6, 1949 DR JOSEPH D FEEK JOINS LOCAL CLINIC 3
October 6, 1949 IMPROVED BUS SERVICE TO FERRY REDMOND'S NEED 1
October 6, 1949 AVONDALE BRIDGES ARE CAUSE OF FORTY MILE DETOUR BY SCHOOL BUS 1
October 6, 1949 MARION BOYD, ANTHONY W LENTZ 10
October 13, 1949 MANNINGS OBSERVES THEIR 50TH ANNIVERSARY ... (MANNING, ROLLAND) 2
October 13, 1949 JANET HAUGEN, IN JOURNAL STORY, DESCRIBES THE SHOPS IN OSLO 10
October 13, 1949 OUR TOWN (PERRINE, E) 2
October 13, 1949 HOSPITAL PLANS ENLARGEMENT, MODERNIZATION 1
October 13, 1949 HOUSING PROJECT SALE WAY CLEARED 1
October 13, 1949 MERCHANDISE SHOW OPENS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21 1
October 13, 1949 NEW MANAGER TAKES OVER KANDY KANE 5
October 13, 1949 SCHOOL EXPANSION PROGRAM WILL BE AIRED IN DISTRICT 1
October 13, 1949 FIRE PREVENTION WEEK PROCLAIMED 1
October 13, 1949 FIREMEN'S PAY IS 20 CENTS AN HOUR BUT WORK ISN'T HARD-ONLY SELDOM 1
October 13, 1949 HOUGHTON ANNEXATION VOTE TUESDAY 1
October 13, 1949 RAISE HOUGHTON BUDGET FOR '50 8
October 13, 1949 SANFORD, FRANCES ELIZABETH 7
October 13, 1949 BRIDGE DELEGATES FROM AVONDALE TALK WITH EVANS 1
October 13, 1949 GOOD ROADS DELEGATE URGES BOND ISSUE FOR HIGHWAY WORK 3
October 13, 1949 HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT SURVEY ON EAST SIDE IS NOW UNDERWAY 9
October 13, 1949 HIGH WIND DAMAGES BUILDINGS, TREES EAST OF JUANITA ON WEDNESDAY 7
October 20, 1949 H GALTS OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING AT FAMILY GATHERING 10
October 20, 1949 OUR TOWN (MCEVOY, JAMES P ) 2
October 20, 1949 RADIO HAMS ... GET TOGETHER HERE (KING, F J "JINX") 1
October 20, 1949 WORK UNDERWAY ON THEIN-WALLACE MODERN MEDICAL AND OPTICAL CLINIC 8
October 20, 1949 MERCHANDISE SHOW STRESSES FACT CITY IS EAST SIDE MARKET PLACE 1
October 20, 1949 CITIZENS WILL VOTE ON CITY-MANAGER PLAN 1
October 20, 1949 NEW COUNCILMAN TO REPRESENT HILL 1
October 20, 1949 AERO MECHANICS' UNION PRESIDENT SAYS RAGING DISPUTE NEARLY OVER 12
October 20, 1949 RUBBER CHECKS AFFECT KIRKLAND JUSTICE WARNS 1
October 20, 1949 WORK UNDERWAY ON THEIN-WALLACE MODERN MEDICAL AND OPTICAL CLINIC 8
October 20, 1949 NATIONAL VFW VICE-COMMANDER CHARLES RALLS TO VISIT HERE 9
October 20, 1949 FEDERATED CLUBS SHOW CONCERN OVER LACK OF RECREATION SITES 3
October 20, 1949 NEW COUNCILMAN TO REPRESENT HILL 1
October 20, 1949 NATIONAL VFW VICE-COMMANDER CHARLES RALLS TO VISIT HERE 9
October 27, 1949 GUARD ADJ. GENERAL TO AID DEDICATION NEW GUARD BUILDING 1
October 27, 1949 BROCKMAN MOVING DISTRICT OFFICE TO NEW QUARTERS 1
October 27, 1949 KIRKLAND ONLY $290 SHORT OF COMMUNITY FUND QUOTA 3
October 27, 1949 MAYOR WILL SET CITY ELECTION DATE TODAY 1
October 27, 1949 PROS AND CONS OF MANAGER PLAN ARE AIRED 1
October 27, 1949 GUARD ADJ. GENERAL TO AID DEDICATION NEW GUARD BUILDING 1
October 27, 1949 MCEVERS, LULU 3
October 27, 1949 WILL OPEN BIDS NEXT WEEK FOR AVONDALE BRIDGE 1
November 3, 1949 SILVER ANNIVERSARY HELD BY GEORGE WATT 8
November 3, 1949 OUR TOWN (HOLMES, GEORGE W) 2
November 3, 1949 BARBERS PREPARING FOR CHAMPIONSHIPS 1
November 3, 1949 COUNCIL-MANAGER PLAN IS AIRED BEFORE PUBLIC 1
November 3, 1949 STATE PARK FOR JUANITA IS BOOSTED BY COORDINATING COUNCIL COMMITTEE 1
November 3, 1949 KUNGLAND, TOM 8
November 3, 1949 WALKER, JUNE 1
November 3, 1949 WHALEN, LESTER RALPH SR 8
November 3, 1949 STATE PARK FOR JUANITA IS BOOSTED BY COORDINATING COUNCIL COMMITTEE 1
November 3, 1949 FRANCES GREGG, RUDOLPH VAN AALST 10
November 3, 1949 MAXINE LINDSEY, CHARLES ROSS 10
November 10, 1949 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 2
November 10, 1949 START RICHARDSON STORE IN TWO WEEKS 1
November 10, 1949 DEDICATE ARMORY IN ARMISTICE CELEBRATION 1
November 10, 1949 LAKEVIEW TERRACE HOUSING SALE OPENS TODAY 1
November 10, 1949 CERAMICS SHOP TO OPEN SATURDAY 6
November 10, 1949 HIGH SCHOOL BAND INVITED TO PLAY FOR SEATTLE PARADE SATURDAY 8
November 10, 1949 EAST SIDE AWAITS ARRIVAL OF BARBER QUARTETS 3
November 10, 1949 BIDS CALLED ON TWO NEW CITY WATER PROJECTS 1
November 10, 1949 NAME JOHN HANCOCK TO CITY COUNCIL, PROPERTY REZONED 1
November 10, 1949 DEDICATE ARMORY IN ARMISTICE CELEBRATION 1
November 10, 1949 APT, CORNELIA 1
November 10, 1949 KLUNGLAND, TOM 8
November 10, 1949 LINN, ARTHUR 8
November 10, 1949 NESS, PHYLINDIA J 8
November 10, 1949 RHEBORG, WALTER WILLIAM 8
November 10, 1949 OUR TOWN (LADIES AUXILIARY OF THE ROSE HILL COMMUNITY CLUB) 2
November 10, 1949 NEW STREET LIGHTS WILL BE INSTALLED 1
November 10, 1949 BIDS CALLED ON TWO NEW CITY WATER PROJECTS 1
November 10, 1949 PLANNING GROUP IN POWER STUDY 1
November 17, 1949 OUR TOWN (LEWIS, HARVEY) 2
November 17, 1949 OLD FASHIONED WORK PARTY IS ALL SET TO FIX ROSE HILL CLUBHOUSE 9
November 17, 1949 BARBER QUARTETS HERE FOR CHAMPIONSHIPS 1
November 17, 1949 KIDS CHRISTMAS PARADE SET FOR DECEMBER 3RD 1
November 17, 1949 ROSE HILL WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OBSERVES 23RD ANNIVERSARY 9
November 17, 1949 EPISCOPAL CHURCH HAS NEW PASTOR 9
November 17, 1949 STATE RELEASES FIGURES SHOWING HEAVY FLOW OF EAST LAKE TRAFFIC 1
November 17, 1949 VIOLA JORGENSON, ROBERT FLUHARTY 10
November 24, 1949 OUR TOWN (TREMAINE, CLYDE L) 2
November 24, 1949 DELCIE ARLENE OBAN, GILBERT STUART 12
November 24, 1949 SANTA CLAUS TO HAVE CANDY FOR KIDS AT PARADE 1
November 24, 1949 HOUGHTON SEEKS NEW ROAD FOR SERVING HEIGHTS 7
November 24, 1949 A BETTER RATTRAP PROMISES FAME AND FORTUNE TO FATHER AND SON HERE 11
November 24, 1949 LINN, ARTHUR 2
November 24, 1949 NEFF, PHYLINDA J 2
November 24, 1949 WESTER, JOHN H (FORMER MAYOR) 7
November 24, 1949 "PUT BRIDGE IN KIRKLAND" - ROADS GROUP 1
November 24, 1949 AVONDALE BRIDGE CONTRACT LET 1
November 24, 1949 HOUGHTON SEEKS NEW ROAD FOR SERVING HEIGHTS 7
November 24, 1949 LOTTIE BERGREN, GEORGE DRAKE 8
December 8, 1949 DINNER BELL CAFE - GRAND OPENING 17
December 8, 1949 OUR TOWN (KIDDER, PERCY P) 2
December 8, 1949 BIDS ON P.O. PROPERTY UP IN 2 WEEKS 1
December 8, 1949 DINNER BELL INTERIOR (PHOTO) 16
December 8, 1949 MYSTERY SURROUNDS CASE OF OWL HO-O-O-O MOVES IN WITH DUCK 1
December 8, 1949 CITY FACES FACE LIFTING YEAR ROUND WITH ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE 7
December 8, 1949 CHRISTMAS PARADE SATURDAY AT 1 PM 1
December 8, 1949 BANDIT HOLDS UP NEARBY GROCERY 7
December 8, 1949 THOMPSON, CPL ARNOLD W 7
December 8, 1949 HIGHWAY 2A ON ROSE HILL TO BE LOCATED WITHIN 60 DAYS 9
December 8, 1949 LANGLIE TO GET SECOND CROSSING DATA NEXT MONTH 1
December 8, 1949 KIRKLAND CITY WATER CONTRACT LET MONDAY TO BURROWS-MILONE 3
December 8, 1949 KIRKLAND'S SEWER PLANT EXPANSION AND LINE EXTENSION GET APPROVAL 6
December 8, 1949 MARGARET E SHAFER, RICHARD R DESSELL 10
December 8, 1949 NETTIE LOU BRANSON, WALT FERGUSON 10
December 15, 1949 OUR TOWN (HARIS, JAMES L) 5
December 15, 1949 SOLICIT PROPERTY BIDS ON NEW P.O. 1
December 15, 1949 PUBLIC HOUSING DISPUTE FLAIRS 1
December 15, 1949 GOOD PARADE SHOWMEN (PHOTO) 12
December 15, 1949 HUNDREDS OF YOUNGSTERS TURN OUT TO WELCOME SANTA IN PARADE 3
December 15, 1949 YOUNGSTERS GREET SANTA CLAUS IN KIRKLAND'S PARADE 1
December 15, 1949 DEED NE 52ND BACK TO COUNTY INSIDE HOUGHTON 7
December 15, 1949 HOUGHTON'S NEW LIGHTS DEDICATED 1
December 15, 1949 DALGITY, JOHN D 7
December 15, 1949 KIRKLAND SHOWS POPULATION GAIN 3
December 15, 1949 DEED NE 52ND BACK TO COUNTY INSIDE HOUGHTON 7
December 15, 1949 HOUGHTON'S NEW LIGHTS DEDICATED 1
December 15, 1949 DELCIE OBAN, GILBERT STEWART 14
December 15, 1949 ISABELLE MULLOY, LEO ROSE 2
December 22, 1949 RICHARDSON, PENNEY STORES GET PERMIT 1
December 22, 1949 COUNCIL APPROVES RENT RELAXATION 1
December 22, 1949 MORGAN, WILLIAM HENRY 12
December 22, 1949 COMMISSIONERS' AID FOR FERRY SOUGHT 1
December 22, 1949 CLOSING JUANITA SPAN UNPOPULAR IN COUNCIL, C C 1
December 22, 1949 ISOBELLE MULLOY, LEO ROSE (PHOTO) 8
December 29, 1949 RUTH NORDSTROM AMONG BEST READ LOCAL RESIDENTS DESPITE BLINDNESS 1
December 29, 1949 NEW HIGH SCHOOL OPENING TUESDAY 1
December 29, 1949 TEXACO STATION HERE HAS 2 NEW OWNERS 1
December 29, 1949 EVEN THE YOUNG GAVE TO CHRISTMAS BASKETS AIDING 75 LOCAL FAMILIES 1
December 29, 1949 MARY LOU BEACH, RICHARD RUDE 8
December 29, 1949 FIRE DESTROYS AUTO TRAILER ON SLATER 3
December 29, 1949 REMOVAL OF TOLLS FROM FLOATING BRIDGES ... TOP '49 STORIES 9
December 29, 1949 SLASOR, LEROY 10
December 29, 1949 FERRY LESCHI GETS TWO MONTHS REPRIEVE! 1
December 29, 1949 RED BALL IN NEW METER POPS INTO VIEW WHEN PARKING TIME IS ENDED 2
December 29, 1949 OCTAVIA PRATT, EDMUND HANSEN 8
January 5, 1950 THE BROOKE CONNER'S HAVE ANNIVERSARY 15
January 5, 1950 1950 BABY DERBY WINNER ARRIVES 8 HRS AFTER NEW YEAR (LEBAO, LENA) 1
January 5, 1950 MOVING DAY (PHOTOS OF STUDENTS MOVING TO NEW HIGH SCHOOL) 1
January 5, 1950 OPEN HOUSE, DEDICATION OF NEW HIGH SCHOOL SET FOR JAN 15 5
January 5, 1950 STUDENTS DEDICATE AND MOVE INTO NEW HIGH SCHOOL ATOP ROSE HILL 4
January 5, 1950 WICK, DAHLGREN CONTRACTORS FOR NEW HIGH SCHOOL 4
January 5, 1950 RADIO STATION KRKL CHANGES OWNERSHIP; THORNHILL SELLS TO CHAMNESS 1
January 5, 1950 CITY MAKES TRADE ON PROPERTY TO ENLARGE SEWER PLANT 3
January 5, 1950 CITY REIMBURSED $2592 BY COUNTY 1
January 5, 1950 TEN CANDIDATES SEEKING POSITIONS 1
January 5, 1950 RADIO STATION KRKL CHANGES OWNERSHIP; THORNHILL SELLS TO CHAMNESS 1
January 5, 1950 FERGUSON, WILLIAM JOHN 16
January 5, 1950 MULLEN, JESSE C 16
January 5, 1950 ROGERS, CLYDE L 16
January 5, 1950 SNYDER, JENNIE MAY 1
January 5, 1950 OPEN NEW POSTOFFICE SITE BIDS ON TUESDAY WITH THREE SITES OFFERED 5
January 5, 1950 CITY REIMBURSED $2592 BY COUNTY (DOCK MAINTENANCE) 1
January 5, 1950 STAGE TERMINAL NEED IS STRESSED 4
January 5, 1950 SIDEWALK, CURB BIDS CALLED FOR BY COUNCIL 1
January 5, 1950 CITY MAKES TRADE ON PROPERTY TO ENLARGE SEWER PLANT 3
January 5, 1950 OVERHEAD WIRING FATE QUESTIONED 4
January 5, 1950 ICY BLASTS CLOSE DISTRICT SCHOOLS 1
January 12, 1950 FAMILY REUNION ON GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY MR AND MRS J NORTHEY 7
January 12, 1950 OUR TOWN (OLSON, MR AND MRS ARNE) 2
January 12, 1950 BUILDING PERMITS INCREASES TO $630,715 INSIDE CITY DURING 1949 2
January 12, 1950 NEW HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING FILLED WITH NOVEL FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 11
January 12, 1950 CHAMBER MEMBERS ASK BETTER BUS SCHEDULES FOR JUANITA RESIDENTS 1
January 12, 1950 EILEEN HOWIE, ALFRED BRUCK 5
January 12, 1950 ALTARBOY AVERTS FIRE AT CHURCH 6
January 12, 1950 PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB SEARCHING FOR PHOTOS OF EARLY DAYS FOR PUBLIC REC 11
January 12, 1950 FORMER ATHLETE IS HOUGHTON JUDGE (BURNS, JAMES) 1
January 12, 1950 CHAMBER MEMBERS ASK BETTER BUS SCHEDULES FOR JUANITA RESIDENTS 1
January 12, 1950 FORMER ATHLETE IS HOUGHTON JUDGE (BURNS, JAMES) 1
January 12, 1950 THREE ARE HELD FOR STORE THEFT 1
January 12, 1950 KIRKLAND LIBRARY USE INCREASED TO 29669 BOOKS DURING 1949 3
January 12, 1950 LAKEVIEW SEEKS PURCHASING OF NEW PLAYGROUND 1
January 12, 1950 BAPTIST CHURCH ELECTS OFFICERS AND OBSERVES FIRST ANNIVERSARY 6
January 12, 1950 GOOD HANDS WILL RETIRE WHEN THE FERRY IS TIED UP 1
January 12, 1950 CHAMBER MEMBERS ASK BETTER BUS SCHEDULES FOR JUANITA RESIDENTS 1
January 12, 1950 DEPOT LOCATION FULL OF INTRIGUE 9
January 12, 1950 OK KIRKLAND AVENUE BUS DEPOT SITE 1
January 12, 1950 NEW PHONE RATES EXPLAINED HERE 1
January 12, 1950 MR AND MRS EDMUND HANSEN 8
January 12, 1950 PATRICIA OGILVIE, EDWARD MARSH 2
January 19, 1950 NOMINATE IRVINE FOR CHAMBER JOB 1
January 19, 1950 EILEEN HOWIE, ALFRED BRUCK 8
January 19, 1950 CITY WILL CONVERT COAL TO OIL BURNER FOR CIVIC CENTER 1
January 19, 1950 COUNCIL DECIDING ON BIDS FOR NEW STREET EQUIPMENT OF $16000 1
January 19, 1950 RECEIVE SEVEN BIDS ON CITY POLICE CAR 1
January 19, 1950 MATTHIAS, KENNETH 3
January 19, 1950 ROGERS, CLYDE 4
January 19, 1950 KIRKLAND CONSIDERING COORDINATED RECREATION PLAN 1
January 19, 1950 OWNER OF "FLOATING NIGHT CLUB" TO FURNISH LAKE BOAT SERVICE 3
January 19, 1950 THEDA BARA HAD NOTHING ON LESCHI; GOOD SHIP FINISHES WITH FLOURISH 5
January 19, 1950 BUS TERMINAL HAS CITY'S APPROVAL WHEN FERRY STOPS 1
January 19, 1950 COUNCIL DECIDING ON BIDS FOR NEW STREET EQUIPMENT OF $16000 1
January 19, 1950 EAST SIDE DIGGING OUT FROM STORM; SCHOOLS CLOSE, MOST MEETINGS ST 1
January 19, 1950 MARGARET JOHNSON, WILLIAM E MAHAR 8
January 19, 1950 PEGGY PEACH, THOMAS MARTIN 8
January 26, 1950 JACK MILLER MAKES COLOR VIDEO GADGET 3
January 26, 1950 DOWN IT COMES (PHOTO OF WALL BEING TORN OFF PENNEY'S) 1
January 26, 1950 CONSTRUCTION WILL START THIS SUMMER ON JUANITA'S NEW SCHOOL BUILD 1
January 26, 1950 ADD NEW PARTNER TO KIRKLAND SHOE STORE 11
January 26, 1950 MOTHERS CARRYING ON COOPERATIVE NURSERY SCHOOL FOR OWN CHILDREN 7
January 26, 1950 TWO RUNAWAY BOYS, OUT OVERNIGHT, FOUND 1
January 26, 1950 SHIRLEY L SHAW, ROBERT S THORPE 5
January 26, 1950 FIRE DEPARTMENT GETS NEW PUMP 4
January 26, 1950 FIRE DESTROYS D DENTON HOME 1
January 26, 1950 OLD-TIMERS WILL RECALL WRECK OF SQUAK; ALVIN CURTIS, 87, TELLS OF 11
January 26, 1950 POLICE NAB THREE YOUTHS TO END SERIES OF LOCAL ROBBERIES 1
January 26, 1950 ROUGH HANDLING OF BOY CHARGED 1
January 26, 1950 TWO RUNAWAY BOYS, OUT OVERNIGHT, FOUND 1
January 26, 1950 KIRKLAND'S UNIT OF NATIONAL GUARD POINTS TO $16050 PAYROLL 11
January 26, 1950 VAGUE, W J 4
January 26, 1950 FINAL FIGHT FOR FERRY IS FOMENTED 1
January 26, 1950 OLD-TIMERS WILL RECALL WRECK OF SQUAK; ALVIN CURTIS, 87, TELLS OF 11
January 26, 1950 SILVER SWAN TO RUN JANUARY 30 1
January 26, 1950 ADDED BUSES TO ROSE HILL AREA 1
January 26, 1950 MARGARET ANN JOHNSON, WILLIAM J MAHAR 5
January 26, 1950 PATRICIA LLOYD, EMBREY RICHARD 5
January 26, 1950 PEGGY PEACH, THOMAS MARTIN 4
January 26, 1950 VIRGINIA MCLALLIN, LINCOLN KAISER 4
February 2, 1950 FIRST NATIONAL BANK INCREASES ITS CAPITAL STOCK TO $260,000 12
February 2, 1950 TREMAINE'S JOINS THRIFTWAY STORES 1
February 2, 1950 NORMA KEELER, CHARLES SMYTHE 8
February 2, 1950 NEW FIRE RATE, TO BE OUTLINED 1
February 2, 1950 SIX CANDIDATES ON HOUGHTON BALLOT FOR COUNCIL POSTS 1
February 2, 1950 SWEET, CHARLES H 2
February 2, 1950 POST OFFICE HAS BIGGEST YEAR IN '49; RECEIPTS REACHED $62,287.93 12
February 2, 1950 LAKE FERRY SERVICE MAY BE RESTORED 1
February 2, 1950 LESCHI GOES OFF AND SWAN GOES ON; JUDGE TURNS DOWN INJUNCTION PLEA 1
February 2, 1950 START ON SECOND BRIDGE IS URGED 1
February 2, 1950 BARBARA JEAN HARIG, RAYMOND CONOVER 8
February 2, 1950 JUNE KONKLER, RAY FELKER 8
February 9, 1950 MICHAEL BAIER'S ARE PLANNING GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE 10
February 9, 1950 SCHOOL DEDICATION CEREMONY FEB 19 1
February 9, 1950 SUPT. MORTON JOHNSON AWARDED SIX-WEEK TRIP THROUGH EUROPE 9
February 9, 1950 ACCEPT ONE BID, REJECT OTHERS ON CITY DEALS 1
February 9, 1950 SUTHERLAND, DON H 1
February 9, 1950 PREDICT LIGHT VOTE FOR CITY PRIMARY 1
February 9, 1950 KANGAROO'S DRIVE FOR PUGET SOUND BASKETBALL TITLE THWARTED 1
February 9, 1950 FERRY GOES ON DESPITE LEGALITY 1
February 9, 1950 FERRY RETURNS 'ON TRIAL' BASIS WITH WORKMEN SHARING BURDEN 3
February 9, 1950 HIGHWAY 2A LOCATION ESTABLISHED 1
February 9, 1950 STREET REPAIRS TO COST $12000 1
February 9, 1950 CLAIRMAE SNYDER, DONALD HARRIE BECHTEL 11
February 16, 1950 CAMPFIRE GIRLS' CANDY MINT SALE IN KIRKLAND GETS UNDERWAY 9
February 16, 1950 M-M! GOOD! COOK SCHOOL ON FRIDAY 1
February 16, 1950 LINE CREWS FACE TELEPHONE LAYOFF 1
February 16, 1950 REBELS, EDNA 15
February 16, 1950 WACHSMUTH, JACOB W 15
February 16, 1950 WALSH, EMMA D 15
February 16, 1950 LELAND, GARDNER, NEEDHAM LEAD IN PRIMARY 1
February 16, 1950 POST OFFICE AUTHORITY FAVORS WILLS-SCHMIDT SITE FOR BUILDING 3
February 16, 1950 PRIMARY RESULTS BY PRECINCTS 1
February 23, 1950 DISPOSITION OF PROJECTS IMMINENT 1
February 23, 1950 C C PROBING PHONE SERVICE AFTER COMPLAINT 1
February 23, 1950 CITY SELLS POLICE CAR FOR $276 LESS 12
February 23, 1950 R MCNUT'S CHECK PASSING EXPLOITS ENDED; FAILURE TO READ PAPER PRO 1
February 23, 1950 CITY'S NEW GRADER HAS BIG JOB AHEAD 1
February 23, 1950 FATE OF SIDEWALKS IN HANDS OF CITY COUNCIL 1
February 23, 1950 C C PROBING PHONE SERVICE AFTER COMPLAINT 1
March 2, 1950 OUR TOWN (HAYNES, LEO AND MARGARET) 2
March 2, 1950 WORK UNDERWAY ON WARD BLDG 1
March 2, 1950 ADVISE LOCATIONS FOR FIRE TRUCKS 1
March 2, 1950 GATES, EARL W 1
March 2, 1950 FRANK ROAD TALK HERE THIS FRIDAY 1
March 2, 1950 TELEPHONE CO MANAGER IS STRICKEN 1
March 2, 1950 EILENE PORTER, HERBERT DOTSON 6
March 2, 1950 FANNIE SIMONTON, NORMAN DAMMANN 7
March 2, 1950 JANET BENSON, HOWARD QUIGLEY 6
March 2, 1950 SHIRLEY ARNOLD, ALLEN DECKER 6
March 9, 1950 OUT TOWN (BRYANT, MARINER W) 2
March 9, 1950 LOCAL TAX ASSESSMENTS ARE INCREASED 1
March 9, 1950 HIMES, ERNEST M 3
March 9, 1950 7 OUT OF 8 COUNCIL CANDIDATES STATE BACKGROUNDS AND OBJECTIVES 8
March 9, 1950 ALL VOTERS GO TO POLLS ON TUESDAY 1
March 9, 1950 OPINIONS ON CITY GOVERNMENT VOICED BY COUNCIL CANDIDATES 1
March 9, 1950 ROAD FINANCING HAS ASSOCIATION ATTENTION, STUDY 1
March 9, 1950 SEEK $15,000,000 BOND ISSUE FOR COUNTY ROADS 1
March 9, 1950 NAYLOR NEW TELEPHONE RESIDENT 1
March 9, 1950 RAIN SOAKS TOWN AND COUNTRYSIDE 1
March 16, 1950 OUR TOWN (SISLER, HARRY) 2
March 16, 1950 SCHOOL PRINCIPAL PLANS RETIREMENT (VIELE, JOHN) 8
March 16, 1950 CAST OF MORE THAN 100 REHEARSING FOR BIG VARIETY SHOW 3
March 16, 1950 LELAND, GARDNER, CLINE, UNDERWOOD ELECTED 1
March 16, 1950 SEWER SERVICE NEED CITED IN HOUGHTON 1
March 16, 1950 KIRKLAND CITY ELECTION RESULTS 4
March 16, 1950 $257,000 SIDEWALK PROJECT OKEYED 1
March 16, 1950 CITY RESURVEYS PROPOSED SEWER, EASEMENTS NECESSARY FOR PROJECT 1
March 16, 1950 SEWER SERVICE NEED CITED IN HOUGHTON 1
March 16, 1950 LETITIA MARGARET SINCLAIR, WALTER OLSON 10
March 23, 1950 OUR TOWN (HEARING, ARTHUR J) 1
March 23, 1950 YOUR BEST FRIEND ON THE HIGHWAY (FERGUSON, HUGH) 1
March 23, 1950 TWO HOMES IN LOW-PRICED BRACKET TO BE OPENED TO PUBLIC SUNDAY 5
March 23, 1950 FRIDAY NIGHT SHOPPING, BARGAIN PRICES, FIND FAVOR LOCALLY 1
March 23, 1950 HARTSHORN'S OPEN SPECIALTIES STORE 1
March 23, 1950 ELAINE CLAY, GLEN HAAS 10
March 23, 1950 WARREN, MINNIE IONE 8
March 23, 1950 OK STORM SEWER ON CENTRAL AVE 1
March 23, 1950 CITY ASKING NEW SERVICE FOR PHONES 1
March 23, 1950 TO CALL FOR BIDS ON SEWER PROJECT; PLAN TO INCLUDE PLANT ENLARGEMENT 1
March 30, 1950 BUSINESS WOMEN SELECT MRS E C MCKIBBEN AS 'WOMAN OF ACHIEVEMENT' 1
March 30, 1950 JUANITA SCHOOL TO BE COMPLETED 1951 3
March 30, 1950 MORE APARTMENTS TO BE TORN DOWN 1
March 30, 1950 STORGAARDS PURCHASE MINIATURE CAFE HERE 11
March 30, 1950 PRIMROSE SHOW WILL FEATURE NEW DISTINCTIVE AND ENCHANTING THEME 1
March 30, 1950 MAYOR ADVISES MOVING OF SHRUBS IN SIDEWALK AREA 1
March 30, 1950 WORK ON 2A TO PROCEED - NEEDHAM 1
March 30, 1950 CITY STUDIES PUGET POWER ACQUISITION PLANT 1
March 30, 1950 ETHEL KANYID, RICHARD NELSON 8
April 6, 1950 DISPOSITION OF HOUSING WILL HASTEN 1
April 6, 1950 EGGS COLLECTED, 56160! 2
April 6, 1950 MARGARET BURR, JACK F MCDONALD 11
April 6, 1950 PHYLLIS MOORE, KEITH MCIVOR 10
April 6, 1950 LAUNCH DRIVE FOR BETTER MOVIES AND AGGRESSIVE INFORMATION PROGRAM 1
April 6, 1950 LOCAL CLEAN-UP, FIX-UP CAMPAIGN WILL BE LAUNCHED APRIL 15 1
April 6, 1950 FIRE PROTECTION PLAN UNDER STUDY 1
April 6, 1950 REPORTERS FIND WRESTLING BULLDOG WHILE IN SEARCH OF EASTER RABBIT 1
April 6, 1950 BEATON, HELEN C 8
April 6, 1950 HOLLINGER, HOMER S 8
April 6, 1950 SHANNON, HELEN BLAIR 8
April 6, 1950 VAUGHN, ELIZABETH 7
April 6, 1950 WAYMIRE, MARTHA E 8
April 6, 1950 CURB, SIDEWALK WORK UNDERWAY 1
April 13, 1950 MORE THAN 50 FRIENDS AND RELATIVES HELP BEBAS CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY 10
April 13, 1950 "VETS ONLY" IN HEIGHTS, SAYS LEGION 1
April 13, 1950 KIRKLAND'S NEWER RESIDENTS USE COLOR TO FULL MODERN ADVANTAGE 7
April 13, 1950 GERTRUDE, THE ELECTRONIC SECRETARY, ANSWERS PHONE IN TAXI OFFICE 3
April 13, 1950 EXPECT 7000 TO ATTEND PRIMROSE SHOW 1
April 13, 1950 TOWN TAXPAYERS TELL DESIRES TO HOUGHTON COUNCIL 1
April 13, 1950 TO FIX SOUTH PARK 1
April 13, 1950 SIDEWALKS STARTED (PHOTO) 12
April 13, 1950 TEMPORARY SPAN OVER BEAR CREEK BUILT BY AVONDALE CLUB MEMBERS 13
April 13, 1950 $734,000 IS SPENT ON TELEPHONES 1
April 13, 1950 "VETS ONLY" IN HEIGHTS, SAYS LEGION 1
April 13, 1950 CAROLINE CARLSON, JOHN PECKENPAUGH 10
April 20, 1950 LEE MERRILL IS NAMED COMMUNITY'S BEST BOY SCOUT 1
April 20, 1950 KIRKLAND CLINIC (PHOTO) 7
April 20, 1950 NEW KIRKLAND CLINIC IS COMPLETED; OFFICES WILL BE OPENED ON MAY 1 1
April 20, 1950 NEW ELECTRIC FIRM OPENS IN KIRKLAND (SUNSHINE ELECTRIC) 16
April 20, 1950 FIRE MARSHALL TO INSPECT BUILDING NEAR NEW CLINIC 1
April 20, 1950 NEW KIRKLAND CLINIC IS COMPLETED; OFFICES WILL BE OPENED ON MAY 1 1
April 20, 1950 POLICE NAB PAIR OF GAS STEALERS 1
April 20, 1950 RICHARD CROOKS TRAFFIC WITNESS IN LOCAL COURT 1
April 20, 1950 CHAREST, ART M 5
April 20, 1950 LEE MERRILL IS NAMED COMMUNITY'S BEST BOY SCOUT 1
April 20, 1950 SIDEWALK EXTENSION SOUGHT WEST MARKET 9
April 20, 1950 SIDEWALK PROJECT BRINGS INQUIRIES TO COUNCILMEN 1
April 27, 1950 SCHOOL'S ESTIMATED BUDGET $1,911,983 1
April 27, 1950 HOBBY SHOW SCHEDULED FOR MAY 6-7 1
April 27, 1950 FIRE DISTRICT BUYS TRUCK AND $20000 IN BONDS 1
April 27, 1950 DOROTHY JEAN MARLATT, JOHN R MCDOWELL 8
April 27, 1950 SHIRLEY ARMSTRONG, DON JOHNSON 5
May 4, 1950 LOCAL DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION BATTLING "UNFAIR" PRICE CUTTING 11
May 4, 1950 PROGRESS OF TRANSPORTATION (PHOTOS) 1
May 4, 1950 CITY CONTRACTING WITH FIRE DISTRICT ON EQUIPMENT USE 1
May 4, 1950 TO NEGOTIATE CITY BONDS INTEREST 1
May 4, 1950 STANLEY, RALPH 10
May 4, 1950 GET AID FOR SECOND BRIDGE - TOLLEFSON 1
May 4, 1950 GROUP BEING FORMED TO PROMOTE BRIDGE 1
May 4, 1950 SIDEWALK LOCATIONS LEFT TO RESIDENTS 1
May 4, 1950 CHANGE IN POWER SETUP LOOMS FOR EAST SIDE 1
May 4, 1950 SEWER LINE BIDS TO COMMITTEE 1
May 11, 1950 YOUNG DICK LARSON HAS A REAL THRILL; MEETS PRINCE ADOLF 1
May 11, 1950 SCHOOL BUILDINGS TO NEED 20 MILLS 1
May 11, 1950 CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH PLANS FOR DEDICATION 7
May 11, 1950 HOUGHTON PROPOSES BUYING STEWART HEIGHTS 1
May 11, 1950 HUT CHANGES HANDS; OPENS THIS FRIDAY 8
May 11, 1950 NAME NEW MANAGER IN KIMBALL'S STORE 8
May 11, 1950 FLARE-UP COMES IN FIRE DISTRICT, D BIRD RESIGNS 1
May 11, 1950 DR J D FEEK TO OPEN OWN OFFICE 6
May 11, 1950 HOUGHTON FAVORS SECOND CROSSING; PLANS NEW ROAD 1
May 11, 1950 HOUGHTON PROPOSES BUYING STEWART HEIGHTS 1
May 11, 1950 JUANITA BEACH SET TO OPEN ON SUNDAY 3
May 11, 1950 UNION MAY OPERATE LESCHI FERRY 1
May 11, 1950 JUANITA BEACH SET TO OPEN ON SUNDAY 3
May 11, 1950 BANDIT HOLDS UP CLICK'S MARKET 1
May 11, 1950 LIBRARIAN SAYS STEWART HEIGHTS LIBRARY IS AVAILABLE TO ALL RESIDE 9
May 11, 1950 COCHRAN, EVA E 12
May 11, 1950 COLLINS, ARCHIE A 12
May 11, 1950 DOOLITTLE, WALLACE O 12
May 11, 1950 GILES, ZORA P 12
May 11, 1950 HERZOG, GENO M 12
May 11, 1950 KIRK, KENNETH 12
May 11, 1950 LITTLE, CLINTON B 12
May 11, 1950 UNION MAY OPERATE LESCHI FERRY 1
May 11, 1950 HOUGHTON FAVORS SECOND CROSSING; PLANS NEW ROAD 1
May 11, 1950 KIRKLAND CHAMBER, THREE OTHER GROUPS, FORM BRIDGE COMMITTEE 9
May 11, 1950 CAROLINE CARLSON,  JOHN PECKENPAUGH 9
May 18, 1950 LUTHERAN CHURCH DEDICATION SUN. 14
May 18, 1950 $90,000 APARTMENT FOR KIRKLAND 1
May 18, 1950 THORNE RESIGNS SCHOOL BOARD 1
May 18, 1950 GOLLOFON NAMED DISTRICT FIRE CHIEF 1
May 18, 1950 CITY FIRE INSURANCE LEFT TO NEW COUNCIL 1
May 18, 1950 PARKING METERS GO UNCHECKED AND CITY "KITTY" LOSES $1272 PER YEAR 1
May 18, 1950 DAD'S ROOT BEER IN LOCAL DEBUT 7
May 18, 1950 FERRY OPERATION BY UNION IS DISCUSSED 1
May 18, 1950 BROWN, WILLIAM ALLEN 14
May 18, 1950 MCBURNIE, JESSIE D 14
May 18, 1950 MEYER, OTTO F 14
May 18, 1950 PEFLEY, JENNIE ELIZABETH (DESCENDANT OF EZRA MEEKER) 8
May 18, 1950 FERRY OPERATION BY UNION IS DISCUSSED 1
May 18, 1950 COUNCIL LOCATES SIDEWALKS NEXT TO CURBS ON CITY PROJECT 3
May 18, 1950 SEWER PLANT BIDS $95,000 TOO HIGH, BONDS COST 2.98% 1
May 18, 1950 SHIRLEY SANDS, DONALD WARD 10
May 25, 1950 SCHOOL BUILDING CONCERNS BOARD 1
May 25, 1950 NEW TYPE LOW COST HOUSES BUILT HERE 1
May 25, 1950 APPRECIATION PARTY WILL BE GIVEN FOR JOHN VIELE, SCHOOL PRINCIPAL 11
May 25, 1950 DOUG BENSON SUCCEEDS THORNE ON SCHOOL BOARD 1
May 25, 1950 SCHOOL DISTRICTS MAY TRADE AREAS 5
May 25, 1950 CITY SAVES $4000 ON CURB PLAN 1
May 25, 1950 UNITS WILL MARCH ON MEMORIAL DAY 1
May 25, 1950 UNION OPPOSED TO OPERATING FERRY 1
May 25, 1950 PREDICT REYNOLDS AS NEW CHIEF; CAMERON IS FIRED; DID NOT RESIGN 1
May 25, 1950 TREMAINE'S LOSES CASH, CIGARETTES 1
May 25, 1950 UNITS WILL MARCH ON MEMORIAL DAY 1
May 25, 1950 LUTHER DAVIS VICTOR IN DASHES AT STATE MEET 1
May 25, 1950 UNION OPPOSED TO OPERATING FERRY 1
May 25, 1950 CITY SAVES $4000 ON CURB PLAN 1
May 25, 1950 CITY TRIES AGAIN FOR SEWER PLANT; REQUEST NEW BIDS 1
June 1, 1950 146 SENIORS TO RECEIVE DIPLOMAS ON WEDNESDAY, BACCALAUREATE IS SUN 1
June 1, 1950 DORIC HALL, WILLIAM J MATTHEWS 4
June 1, 1950 FIRE DESTROYS BAY-MEDINA SCHOOL 1
June 1, 1950 NEW HOUGHTON STREET TRUCK (PHOTO) 1
June 1, 1950 LOCALLY MADE COCKTAIL SAUCE BIDS FOR POPULAR SPOT ON NATION'S TAB 1
June 1, 1950 REYNOLDS NAMED TEMPORARY CHIEF 1
June 1, 1950 MILITARY HEROES HONORED TUESDAY 1
June 8, 1950 SILVER ANNIVERSARY FOR W NORDQUIST'S 10
June 8, 1950 OUR TOWN (WOODS, LEE) 2
June 8, 1950 FRED LEITHA IS LOCKING UP ANCIENT ROSE HILL "JOT 'EM DOWN" STORE 9
June 8, 1950 LOCAL CAR AGENCY SOLD BY J L KING 1
June 8, 1950 JUANITA GOES ALL OUT FOR J VIELE 2
June 8, 1950 CITY EMPLOYEES TO LIVE INSIDE LIMITS 1
June 8, 1950 CITY POSITIONS ARE CONFIRMED 1
June 8, 1950 FRED LEITHA IS LOCKING UP ANCIENT ROSE HILL "JOT 'EM DOWN" STORE 9
June 8, 1950 JUANITA GOES ALL OUT FOR J VIELE 2
June 8, 1950 BEACHES, RECREATION PROGRAM OPEN SATURDAY 1
June 8, 1950 TRAFFIC VIOLATORS POLICE COMMISSION TARGET 1
June 8, 1950 LOCAL NATIONAL GUARD OUTFIT WILL LEAVE FOR CAMP SATURDAY MORNING 3
June 8, 1950 MORGAN BECOMES JOURNAL PARTNER 1
June 8, 1950 BEACHES, RECREATION PROGRAM OPEN SATURDAY 1
June 8, 1950 REV J S GREENE AT JUANITA CHURCH 15
June 8, 1950 FRED LEITHA IS LOCKING UP ANCIENT ROSE HILL "JOT 'EM DOWN" STORE 9
June 8, 1950 KIRKLAND DOUBLES POPULATION IN DECADE TO 4500 1
June 8, 1950 EAST SIDE AREAS FAVOR TELEPHONE SALE TO PACIFIC 1
June 15, 1950 HARRY CLEVELANDS, MARRIED 50 YEARS, HOLD RECEPTION 10
June 15, 1950 OUR TOWN (SHINSTROM, CLAYTON ARTHUR) 2
June 15, 1950 RICHARDSON STORE, BIG BUSINESS, AND DENTON'S SHOES ARE TOP GOSSIP 1
June 15, 1950 RICHARDSON WILL OPEN ON FRIDAY 1
June 15, 1950 RICHARDSON'S STORE MODERN IN EVERY DETAIL 6
June 15, 1950 CAROLINE REUTER, STEWART BASSE 10
June 15, 1950 ESTHER TYE, LEIGHTON SMITH 10
June 15, 1950 $3000 FIRE HITS HONEYCUTT HOME 1
June 15, 1950 HOUGHTON CITY LIMITS MAY GO WITHIN 1 MILE OF BELLEVUE'S SHOPPING 1
June 15, 1950 STREETS COSTING HOUGHTON $4000 1
June 15, 1950 ALUMINUM COMPANY EXPANDS FACILITIES 16
June 15, 1950 EXAMINATIONS FOR POLICE ON JULY 1 1
June 15, 1950 ANOTHER DOCTOR IS ADDED TO MCKIBBEN FAMILY OF MEDICOS 2
June 15, 1950 NATIONAL GUARD DEPARTS AT DAWN FOR ENCAMPMENT AT CLATSOP, OREGON 9
June 15, 1950 FURMAN, WILLIAM S 2
June 15, 1950 LEONHARDT, ELINOR M 2
June 15, 1950 MCIVOR, MARY 2
June 15, 1950 PETERSEN, PETER L 2
June 15, 1950 PHILLIPS, WILLIAM J 2
June 15, 1950 SHEPARD, FRANK L 2
June 15, 1950 STREETS COSTING HOUGHTON $4000 1
June 15, 1950 ELAINE CLAY, GLEN HAAS 10
June 22, 1950 CHARLES MARTINS OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY ON SATURDAY 10
June 22, 1950 EASTSIDE'S MOST OUTSTANDING BOY SCOUT HEADS FOR JAMBOREE (MERRILL 1
June 22, 1950 OUR TOWN (DONOGHUE, ROBERT E) 2
June 22, 1950 $150,000 RICHARDSON STORE OPENS (PHOTO) 9
June 22, 1950 NEW BUILDING AND ALLEYS ARE SLATED 5
June 22, 1950 CIVIC CENTER MOST VALUABLE BUILDING 5
June 22, 1950 BURTON'S WILL OPEN PIANO REPAIR SHOP 3
June 22, 1950 BURNING PERMITS NOW NECESSARY, FIRE CHIEF WARNS 1
June 22, 1950 CITY'S POWER SURVEY TO SET COSTS UNDERWAY 1
June 22, 1950 HOUGHTON PLANNERS TO CONSIDER ZONING AREA TO BE ANNEXED 1
June 22, 1950 FLISS, CORA 6
June 22, 1950 GARDNER, GERALD 6
June 22, 1950 O'DONNELL, JAMES J 6
June 22, 1950 O'LEARY JEREMIAH 6
June 22, 1950 RANDLETT, ROBERT 9
June 22, 1950 RECOR, SARAH 1
June 22, 1950 CITY'S POWER SURVEY TO SET COSTS UNDERWAY 1
June 22, 1950 PHYLLIS MOORE, KEITH MCIVOR 10
June 29, 1950 CARTOONIST NEPHEW OF JULIAN WALKER (MORT WALKER) 10
June 29, 1950 OUR TOWN (GREEN, CHESTER M) 2
June 29, 1950 SCHOOL ASKED TO STOP 'HOT-ROD' BUILDING IN SHOP 2
June 29, 1950 COUNCIL-MANAGER PLAN GAINS HEADWAY 11
June 29, 1950 OFFICERS KEEPING ALERT FOR RACERS ON MARKET STREET SPEEDWAY 9
June 29, 1950 MORE PHOTOS GIVE PAPER "NEW LOOK" 1
June 29, 1950 $256,770 SEWER PLAN IS APPROVED 1
June 29, 1950 TO CUT BY HALF UTILITY POLES 3
June 29, 1950 NORMA KEELER, CHARLES SMYTHE 10
July 6, 1950 OUR TOWN (MORSE, ORRIN L "LEW") 2
July 6, 1950 THRILLS APLENTY FOR LEE MERRILL AT JAMBOREE; HEARS PRESIDENT TRUMAN 2
July 6, 1950 NO "HOT-RODS" IN SCHOOL SHOP, SAYS INSTRUCTOR 1
July 6, 1950 DEER ESCAPES BY FAIRWAYS AFTER ELUDING ROSE POINTERS, AND SETTERS 1
July 6, 1950 WATER CARNIVAL SET FOR JULY 23 1
July 6, 1950 DR FRANK LAMBERT, OPTOMETRIST, OPENS OFFICES IN KIRKLAND 3
July 6, 1950 OH'S AND AH'S ON FOURTH 1
July 6, 1950 APRONS, MANUFACTURED BY TOT LINES, KIRKLAND FIRM, FEATURE MAP OF 1
July 6, 1950 LUTHER, CLARENCE 1
July 6, 1950 RECOR, SARAH 8
July 6, 1950 SEASON'S BEST CROWD EXPECTED TO WATCH FAMED NEGRO NINE IN ACTION 6
July 6, 1950 PUBLIC'S INTEREST IS HIGH IN TELEPHONE HEARING TO BE HELD HERE 1
July 6, 1950 ALICE WINDLEY, MELVIN WALLACE 4
July 6, 1950 MILDRED MEMPA, RUSSELL SHAVER 4
July 13, 1950 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 15
July 13, 1950 JUDY MALME NAMED KIRKLAND QUEEN CANDIDATE FOR EVERGREEN STATE FAIR 12
July 13, 1950 OUR TOWN (HIX, AL) 2
July 13, 1950 OUR TOWN (PLOWDEN, JOHN) 2
July 13, 1950 WRITER APTLY DESCRIBED WHITTLER OF FIVE CORNERS (CROWE, LESLIE M) 9
July 13, 1950 C FARMAN BUYS OUT NEILSON, PARTNER, IN HARDWARE STORE 7
July 13, 1950 HIX-PLOWDEN TO OPEN ON FRIDAY 1
July 13, 1950 NEW OWNERS BUY MERCURY AGENCY 12
July 13, 1950 JANE OTTOSON, EDWARD PETERSON 10
July 13, 1950 NORTHWEST'S LARGEST DOG SHOW BEING HELD HERE SUNDAY, JULY 16 3
July 13, 1950 FIRST ANNEXATION BY HOUGHTON 1
July 13, 1950 HOUGHTON AGREES TO POWER SURVEY 5
July 13, 1950 HOUGHTON ROADWORK NEARING COMPLETION, GRAVELING, OILING 5
July 13, 1950 TWO DOG POISONING CASES IN JUANITA 5
July 13, 1950 GATES, IRVING 1
July 13, 1950 VAABEN, ARDIS 8
July 13, 1950 REV C E RAYBURN GIVEN WELCOME TO METHODIST COMMUNITY CHURCH 7
July 13, 1950 KIRKLAND-HOUGHTON BUS RUN SOUGHT 1
July 13, 1950 HOUGHTON ROADWORK NEARING COMPLETION, GRAVELING, OILING 5
July 13, 1950 EAST SIDE UNITED IN FAVORING BELL SYSTEM 1
July 13, 1950 HOUGHTON AGREES TO POWER SURVEY 5
July 13, 1950 FAYE TRAPP, CHARLES TIMMERMAN 10
July 13, 1950 MARY JANE AMUNDSEN, WILBUR HALEY 10
July 13, 1950 PATRICIA VAUX, JOE SIM 10
July 20, 1950 OUR TOWN (SHEARER, ROBERT L) 2
July 20, 1950 PHRENOLOGISTS, ANGELA AND COUSIN, ARRIVE IN TOWN TO READ OUR MIND 9
July 20, 1950 WARD BEAUTY SALON OVERLOOKS THE LAKE (PHOTO) 7
July 20, 1950 REZONE HEARING FOR THREE SITES 2
July 20, 1950 REZONE HEARING FOR THREE SITES 2
July 20, 1950 WARD BEAUTY SALON OVERLOOKS THE LAKE (PHOTO) 7
July 20, 1950 SCHOOL DISTRICT GETS FEDERAL AID 1
July 20, 1950 MARILYN JAMIESON, DEAN W LITTLEFIELD 8
July 20, 1950 ACTIVITY INCREASES IN SHIPYARD WITH TENANTS, SHIPS; 75 MEN KEPT B 5
July 20, 1950 PHOTOS OF SHIPYARD WORK 5
July 20, 1950 "HOTROD" ANTICS COST DRIVER $75 5
July 20, 1950 PARTNERS IN LAW AND LIFE, KING'S SEEKING JUSTICE OF PEACE POSTS 2
July 20, 1950 POLICE ON DUTY 'ROUND CLOCK' WITH NEW MEN 1
July 20, 1950 ANDERSON, EVA 14
July 20, 1950 BELTS, EDGAR R 11
July 20, 1950 BODEY, ARTHUR E 14
July 20, 1950 HOLMBERG, JOSEPH F 11
July 20, 1950 LELAND, PHILIP MARTIN 14
July 20, 1950 LIDMAN, ALVERA C 11
July 20, 1950 STEPHENSON, W L 5
July 20, 1950 SEA SCOUT SHIP 459 TEACHING BOYS PRINCIPALS OF NAVIGATION 1
July 20, 1950 SEA SCOUTING ACTIVITY ON INCREASE; SHIP PREPARED FOR SUMMER CRUISE 1
July 20, 1950 ROSE HILL AUXILIARY PICNIC (PHOTO) 10
July 20, 1950 PLAYGROUND AT CIVIC CENTER MAY CLOSE 1
July 20, 1950 ROSE HILL AUXILIARY PICNIC (PHOTO) 10
July 20, 1950 SEA SCOUT SHIP 459 TEACHING BOYS PRINCIPALS OF NAVIGATION 1
July 20, 1950 SEA SCOUTING ACTIVITY ON INCREASE; SHIP PREPARED FOR SUMMER CRUISE 1
July 20, 1950 PROPOSE TWO MORE SIDEWALK AREAS; BOTH HEARINGS SET FOR AUGUST 28 8
July 20, 1950 SAND COVERING MAY BE APPLIED BY CITY IN SIDEWALK AREAS 1
July 20, 1950 SECOND BRIDGE CROSSING IS PREDICTED 1
July 20, 1950 SIDEWALKS IRKING PROPERTY OWNER 1
July 20, 1950 PUBLIC WILL SPEAK PIECE ON TELEPHONES TUESDAY, AS HEARING IS RE-O 1
July 20, 1950 WATER MAIN NEEDS STUDIED BY CITY 11
July 27, 1950 "A GOOD LIFE" DECLARES GRANDMA ADAMS, 90 YEARS OLD (ADAMS, GRACE) 11
July 27, 1950 OUR TOWN (KVAM, GIL) 3
July 27, 1950 REX WICKENKAMP RECEIVES NATIONAL PUBLICITY IN ARTICLE ON BOY SCOUTS 1
July 27, 1950 SCHOOL ADVISORY GROUP HEARS OF BUILDING 1
July 27, 1950 DR RUTH HEYER'S HOUSE IN SOUTH KIRKLAND IS WELL-KNOWN LANDMARK 3
July 27, 1950 THREE-STORY HOUSE (PHOTO OF SHUMWAY HOUSE) 13
July 27, 1950 GIRL'S DAY CAMP OPENED MONDAY WITH 100 IN ATTENDANCE 9
July 27, 1950 OFF FOR CAMP (PHOTO) 1
July 27, 1950 MARAUDING LION KILLED SUNDAY ON NOVELTY HILL 8
July 27, 1950 WATER CARNIVAL PRESENTED AT HOUGHTON PICNIC 5
July 27, 1950 FIRST HIGH PRESSURE FIRE TRUCK (PHOTO) 7
July 27, 1950 NEW FIRE TRUCK TO DEMONSTRATE AT R.H, JUANITA 1
July 27, 1950 DR RUTH HEYER'S HOUSE IN SOUTH KIRKLAND IS WELL-KNOWN LANDMARK 3
July 27, 1950 WATER CARNIVAL PRESENTED AT HOUGHTON PICNIC 5
July 27, 1950 NO OFFICIAL WORD YET RECEIVED BY GUARD UNIT HERE 1
July 27, 1950 LUKENS, KENNETH A 13
July 27, 1950 NEW LOADING ZONES PLANNED DOWNTOWN 1
July 27, 1950 EXPECT DECISION ON PHONE DEAL IN 30 DAYS 1
July 27, 1950 SEWER CONNECTION COST $1.75-$2.35 TO PROPERTY OWNER 2
July 27, 1950 ALICE LOUISE WINDLEY, MELVIN WALLACE (PHOTO) 10
August 3, 1950 OPEN HOUSE TO MARK GOLDEN WEDDING (HARRISON, MR AND MRS JAMES) 9
August 3, 1950 SILVER ANNIVERSARY (BOND, MR AND MRS BASIL) 8
August 3, 1950 OUR TOWN (TAYLOR, DR J EARL) 5
August 3, 1950 'FREEZE' PUT ON PROJECT DISPOSITION 1
August 3, 1950 KIRKLAND YOUNGSTERS ACTIVE IN CAMP (PHOTOS) 1
August 3, 1950 NATIONAL GUARD UNIT IN KIRKLAND WANTS VETERANS 1
August 3, 1950 BAER, MARY B 5
August 3, 1950 HAWTHORNE, ALICE M 5
August 3, 1950 RYAN, ALMA C 5
August 3, 1950 STRINGER, STEWART 5
August 3, 1950 NEW PRECINCTS (MAP) 4
August 3, 1950 BEST IN AREA (AERIAL PHOTO OF CIVIC BALL FIELD) 6
August 3, 1950 GOLF TITLE CAPTURED BY LEE STIEL 1
August 3, 1950 NATIONAL GUARD UNIT IN KIRKLAND WANTS VETERANS 1
August 3, 1950 MARGARET ELIZABETH HORNER, GORDON SAMUEL BARRETT 8
August 10, 1950 OUR TOWN (GEHRT, HARLAN) 2
August 10, 1950 CANDY THAT MADE KIRKLAND FAMOUS TO BE MANUFACTURED IN NEW PLANT 7
August 10, 1950 NEW LOAN COMPANY BUILDING STARTED 7
August 10, 1950 UNDERWOOD PURCHASES KIRKLAND AVENUE PROPERTY FROM ROBERTS 7
August 10, 1950 BIDS ON NEW SCHOOL AT JUANITA OPENED 1
August 10, 1950 ROSE HILL SCHOOL WILL NOT CLOSE 1
August 10, 1950 KIRKLAND'S LOW COST MODERN CITY HALL IS THREE YEARS OLD 15
August 10, 1950 COUNCIL APPROVES CHURCH REZONING 1
August 10, 1950 CANDY THAT MADE KIRKLAND FAMOUS TO BE MANUFACTURED IN NEW PLANT 7
August 10, 1950 CANDY THAT MADE KIRKLAND FAMOUS TO BE MANUFACTURED IN NEW PLANT 7
August 10, 1950 UNION SERVES NOTICE FERRY WILL BE TIED UP SEPTEMBER 9 1
August 10, 1950 FORMALITY OF SWEARING IN POLICE OFFICERS IS INAUGURATED IN KIRKLAND 1
August 10, 1950 MAN IS CAUGHT PILFERING FENCE 1
August 10, 1950 BEYRER, JOHN E 1
August 10, 1950 SHANK OPPOSES HARRISON AND PEDEN FOR 46TH LEGISLATIVE POST 9
August 10, 1950 UNION SERVES NOTICE FERRY WILL BE TIED UP SEPTEMBER 9 1
August 10, 1950 NEW $80,000 SIDEWALKS HEARING AUGUST 28 1
August 10, 1950 DORIS HALL, WILLIAM J MATTHEWS 10
August 10, 1950 HUBERTA SCHOENMAKER, RICHARD G FORTHOFFER 10
August 10, 1950 VIOLA HULL, JOHN DAVID RAU 10
August 17, 1950 OUR TOWN (HARDENBROOK, CHARLES E) 2
August 17, 1950 REDHEADED EX-TAR ... DOESN'T FORGET (BEETLE, HOWARD) 1
August 17, 1950 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL IN $100,000 EXPANSION 1
August 17, 1950 PROPERTY CHANGES HANDS (PHOTO) 2
August 17, 1950 ADVISORY GROUP LISTS FUTURE SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION NEEDS 9
August 17, 1950 JUANITA SCHOOL'S BUILDING SNAGGED 1
August 17, 1950 NEW OWNER OF SHOE SERVICE ANNOUNCED 4
August 17, 1950 OFFICER, JUNIOR GRADE, ON DUTY (PHOTO) 3
August 17, 1950 17 NEW TEACHERS ASSIGNED TO JOBS IN SYSTEM HERE 9
August 17, 1950 SCHOOL OPENS SEPT 6 (PHOTOS) 7
August 17, 1950 JO ANN BENSON, RUSSELL INGERSOLL 10
August 17, 1950 MARILYN GOODWIN, GEORGE STALEY 10
August 17, 1950 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL IN $100,000 EXPANSION 1
August 17, 1950 FOURNIER, LOUIS T 3
August 17, 1950 MIDGET RACING A HOBBY TO DRIVERS AND OWNERS, SAYS KIRKLAND RACER 11
August 17, 1950 OPPOSITION ARISES TO SIDEWALKS 1
August 17, 1950 WEST COAST WINS PHONE BATTLE 1
August 24, 1950 FOR FIFTY YEARS (GAIN, MR AND MRS JAMES) 10
August 24, 1950 PENNEY'S EXPAND (PHOTO) 1
August 24, 1950 GRAND OPENING OF PENNEY'S SCHEDULED TOMORROW MORNING 6
August 24, 1950 PENNEY OPENING SET FOR FRIDAY 1
August 24, 1950 SLASH GAS PRICES FOR CITY TRADE 1
August 24, 1950 CITY'S NEGLECT CREATES TOW FIRE HYDRANT HAZARDS 1
August 24, 1950 FIRE AGREEMENT IN ANOTHER SNAG 5
August 24, 1950 OPERATION COSTS PER MONTH ARE DESIRED 1
August 24, 1950 FIRST AID STATION TO BE ESTABLISHED 12
August 24, 1950 EFFORT TO CRACK SAFE IS FOILED 9
August 24, 1950 MAY REPLACE LESCHI (PHOTO OF SHEARWATER) 3
August 24, 1950 TWO INDEPENDENT BOATMEN SEEKING KIRKLAND-MADISON RUN 1
August 24, 1950 WEST COAST COMPLETES TELEPHONE PURCHASE 1
August 24, 1950 DORA DALLE, JACK MATHEWSON 10
August 24, 1950 MARY GRUNDY, HARRY ROBERTS 10
August 31, 1950 OUR TOWN (WILLIAMS, IRIS VALERIE) 2
August 31, 1950 GROUND-BREAKING MARKS BEGINNING FOR NEW SIX-ROOM JUANITA SCHOOL 8
August 31, 1950 BOARD OUTLINES CHANGES 1
August 31, 1950 HOUGHTON WILL USE KIRKLAND'S JAIL 8
August 31, 1950 HOUGHTON WILL USE KIRKLAND'S JAIL 8
August 31, 1950 BEYER, JOHN E 14
August 31, 1950 CROSBY, DAVID 14
August 31, 1950 WHITNEY, FREDERICK W 14
August 31, 1950 BOAT FRANCHISE STILL UP IN AIR 1
August 31, 1950 LESCHI, BELLE OF THE LAKE SINCE 1913, KISSED GOOD-BYE HERE TODAY 1
August 31, 1950 CITIZENS REJECT SIDEWALK PROJECT BY 80 PERCENT 1
August 31, 1950 "MOVING RAPIDLY TO IMPROVE PHONE SERVICE HERE" WEST COAST MAN  1
August 31, 1950 $75,000 POWER SUBSTATION ENERGIZED HERE 1
August 31, 1950 MUNICIPAL POWER ELECTION SET FOR OCT 17 1
August 31, 1950 LILLYE SMITH, SAMUEL E VANCE 9
September 7, 1950 WHITE TURKEYS, RAISED AT JUANITA, GIVE PHOTOGRAPHER, REPORTER "BI 6
September 7, 1950 LOAN COMPANY BUILDING (PHOTO) 7
September 7, 1950 CIVIC CENTER GETS AXE IN PROPOSED BUDGET 1
September 7, 1950 NEW FURNITURE MAN TAKES OVER KIRKLAND HARDWARE'S STOCK 7
September 7, 1950 PENNEY'S INTERIOR (PHOTO) 11
September 7, 1950 PRICES FOR SCHOOL LUNCHES WILL GO UP; BOOST MEALS FIVE CENTS AT H 16
September 7, 1950 SCHOOL ISSUES UP TO PEOPLE TUES. 1
September 7, 1950 CIVIC CENTER GETS AXE IN PROPOSED BUDGET 1
September 7, 1950 POLICE SEEKING YOUNG ARSONISTS 1
September 7, 1950 JOURNAL PRESENTS THUMBNAIL SKETCH OF CANDIDATES... 9
September 7, 1950 ANOTHER HEARING ON BOAT SLATED 1
September 7, 1950 FINAL FERRY PAYCHECKS (PHOTO) 9
September 7, 1950 MARY GRUNDY, HARRY ROBERTS (PHOTO) 10
September 14, 1950 BURMEISTER BUYS FURNITURE STORE 1
September 14, 1950 COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE STARTS SEPTEMBER 29 1
September 14, 1950 ENROLLMENT IN SCHOOLS UPPED 114 1
September 14, 1950 SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND PROPOSITIONS FAIL 1
September 14, 1950 HOUGHTON STUDYING FIRE TRUCK DEAL 6
September 14, 1950 THREE POLIO CASES ARE REPORTED 1
September 14, 1950 HOUGHTON BUDGET DOWN, MILLAGE UP 3
September 14, 1950 HOUGHTON STUDYING FIRE TRUCK DEAL 6
September 14, 1950 MEERS, NICK 6
September 14, 1950 UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS 1
September 14, 1950 ROAD GROUP ASKS FOR 2A EXTENSION 1
September 14, 1950 DIAL PHONE CUT-OVER ON OCTOBER 14 3
September 14, 1950 BERNICE MOTTER, DAVID W MCWILLIAMS 8
September 21, 1950 FRIENDS HONOR ROSE HILL COUPLE; FRED LOTTS MARRIED FOR 25 YEARS 11
September 21, 1950 IN HOUGHTON (PHOTO OF VIEW HOME) 7
September 21, 1950 SELF-SERVE MEATS (PHOTO AT TREMAINE'S) 9
September 21, 1950 PRESIDENT OF NEA, ON VISIT HERE, RATES LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH TOPS 1
September 21, 1950 COUNCILMEN APPROVE NEW L.I.D. 1
September 21, 1950 MR JOHN PUBLIC GETS COUNCIL EAR 1
September 21, 1950 BETTY TREMAINE IS POLIO VICTIM 1
September 21, 1950 PERCY KIDDER QUITS POLICE DESK POST 1
September 21, 1950 BICKING, MRS CHARLES R 15
September 21, 1950 BRACKET, MRS RAY 15
September 21, 1950 GRAND, NELS A 15
September 21, 1950 HAYNES, LEO E 15
September 21, 1950 KENNEDY, MRS N M 15
September 21, 1950 THOMMASEN, MRS INGEBORG 15
September 21, 1950 TREMAINE, BETTY 1
September 21, 1950 ST JOHN'S PASTOR CAPTIVE DURING LAST WAR 9
September 21, 1950 LATEST DEVELOPMENT IN BOAT SAGA IS JUNIOR MODEL OF FERRY LESCHI 12
September 21, 1950 POWER COMPANY PRESIDENT OPPOSES CITY-OWNED LIGHT SYSTEMS 9
September 21, 1950 MARILYN ESTHER GOODWIN, GLEN ISON 10
September 21, 1950 WINETTA KOEDYKER, GLEN OTTOSON 10
September 28, 1950 ART HEARING'S NEW JOB HAS SAME THRILLS AS AERIALIST'S IN A CIRCUS 9
September 28, 1950 BELL'S BEAUTY SHOP MOVING TO NEW SPOT 5
September 28, 1950 PARKING METERS DON'T CURB TRADE 9
September 28, 1950 RICHARDSON'S GIVEN NATIONAL PUBLICITY 1
September 28, 1950 SAFEWAY TO BUILD NEW MARKET HERE 1
September 28, 1950 SHADY BEACH FIRE DESTROYS HALL 1
September 28, 1950 SHADY BEACH FIRE DESTROYS HALL 1
September 28, 1950 CROSS, EDWARD J 2
September 28, 1950 SMITH, MARGARET ANN 1
September 28, 1950 BOAT FARES CUT ON SILVER SWAN 1
September 28, 1950 BRIDGE COMMITTEE ASKS 2ND SURVEY 1
September 28, 1950 P.U.D. VS CITY UP TO RESIDENTS TUESDAY, OCT 17 1
September 28, 1950 ERMA MARTIN, ARTHUR V HAYES 11
October 5, 1950 UNDERWOODS SALUTES SOME LWHS LEADERS (PHOTOS) 7
October 5, 1950 OUR TOWN (RICHARDSON, RONALD W) 2
October 5, 1950 CONTROVERSIAL SITE ZONED 'COMMERCIAL' ON SOUTH LAKE ST. 1
October 5, 1950 SAFEWAY STARTS NEW STORE HERE 1
October 5, 1950 NEW RENT RATES ALLOWABLE HERE 9
October 5, 1950 LOAN, MORTGAGE FIRMS MAKE MOVE 1
October 5, 1950 SAFEWAY STARTS NEW STORE HERE 1
October 5, 1950 COMMUNITY CHEST CAMPAIGN LAGGING IN KIRKLAND AREA 1
October 5, 1950 LETS KEEP CONTROL OF OUR OWN POWER SYSTEM IN KIRKLAND 1
October 5, 1950 BAND AND DRUM MAJORETTES SCORE; "MA" AND "PA" ARE GIVEN SENDOFF 6
October 5, 1950 SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET INCREASED 5
October 5, 1950 SCHOOL FOR HANDICAPPED YOUNGSTERS PLANNED BY EAST SIDE ORGANIZATION 9
October 5, 1950 MAYORS PROCLAIMS FIRE PREVENTION WEEK OCT 8-14 IN HOUGHTON-KIRKLAND 2
October 5, 1950 CITY EMPLOYEES REQUEST INCREASE IN SALARIES, BUDGET IS UNDER REVIEW 1
October 5, 1950 CITY FILES SUIT ON WATER CONTRACT 1
October 5, 1950 ANDERSON, JENNY T 15
October 5, 1950 SORENSON, MARIE 15
October 5, 1950 CITY FILES SUIT ON WATER CONTRACT 1
October 5, 1950 SHIRLEY LARSON, BOB MULLER 10
October 12, 1950 FRIENDS, RELATIVES HELP CELEBRATE 90TH BIRTHDAY OF MRS CORA JONES 16
October 12, 1950 CHEST CAMPAIGN DONATIONS SOAR; RESPONSE IS GOOD 1
October 12, 1950 CITY SETS BUDGET AT $271,935 FOR '51 1
October 12, 1950 LAUNCH BATTLE AGAINST SOCIALIZED MEDICINE 11
October 12, 1950 MODERN MEDICAL FACILITIES AND CLINICS HERE CARE FOR LOCAL HEALTH 13
October 12, 1950 BOAT FRANCHISE GIVEN TO BOLES 1
October 12, 1950 MUNICIPAL POWER GAINS FAVOR OVER P.U.D. 1
October 12, 1950 START DIAL TELEPHONE USE SUNDAY 1
October 12, 1950 DIANE GASCH, EDWIN BROWN 14
October 12, 1950 JOAN LABRIE, ROBERT DOVER 14
October 19, 1950 SALE OF HOUSING TO HOUGHTON DOUBTFUL 7
October 19, 1950 ROSELL-HARDEN BUY HARDWARE 1
October 19, 1950 CHRISTIAN SCHOOL HAS 15 ENROLLED 14
October 19, 1950 STEPHENA'S ACCORDION BAND CITED; NEW HONORS ARE ACCORDED MUSICIAN 6
October 19, 1950 CITY PAYS 5 CENTS OVER CONTRACT FOR GAS 1
October 19, 1950 COUNCILMAN OBJECTS TO CLOSED STREET 5
October 19, 1950 LIGHTING AND DECORATING KIRKLAND'S STREETS FOR CHRISTMAS WILL BE 1
October 19, 1950 HOUGHTON'S ATTEMPT TO BUY PSPL FAILS TO GET ON BALLOT 9
October 19, 1950 SALE OF HOUSING TO HOUGHTON DOUBTFUL 7
October 19, 1950 MAYHEW, CHARLES B 8
October 19, 1950 ONA, BERNT 8
October 19, 1950 SPRATLEY, MRS JAMES E 8
October 19, 1950 CHRISTIAN SCHOOL HAS 15 ENROLLED 14
October 19, 1950 COUNCILMAN OBJECTS TO CLOSED STREET 5
October 19, 1950 ESTIMATE $9500 SIDEWALK COST 1
October 19, 1950 CITIZENS VOTE 'NO' ON CITY ACQUIRING POWER SYSTEM 1
October 19, 1950 NEW PHONE DIRECTORY SHOWS AN OLD NAME STILL FIRST IN LISTINGS 8
October 26, 1950 RETIRED EXEC OF GIRL SCOUTS OPERATES RABBIT FARM (ANSEL, ESTHER) 13
October 26, 1950 SCHOOL BUILDING CHANGES TOLD IN BOARD'S LEAFLET 9
October 26, 1950 LOIS BEECH, CHARLES WILKES 10
October 26, 1950 FIRE ENGINE BIDS GIVEN COMMITTEE 3
October 26, 1950 CHRISTMAS LIGHTS UP TO COMMITTEE 5
October 26, 1950 LOKKER, PAUL 16
October 26, 1950 DOWNTOWN PEP RALLIES AT KIRKLAND AND REDMOND 1
October 26, 1950 CONCERTED CAMPAIGN FOR SECOND BRIDGE STARTED 1
October 26, 1950 STOCK IS OFFERED BY WEST COAST 1
October 26, 1950 CITY OF MANY LAKES (PHOTO OF PUDDLE NEAR SCHOOL) 12
October 26, 1950 ELEANOR NEEDHAM, LT WAYNE BAUMGERTNER 10
November 2, 1950 EDUCATION OF HANDICAPPED CHILDREN WILL BE DISCUSSED AT BOARD MTG 1
November 2, 1950 DOOR TO DOOR MAIL DELIVERY NOV 16 1
November 2, 1950 OLD KIRKLAND (PHOTO OF OLD KIRKLAND) 13
November 2, 1950 CITY TO PROMOTE CHRISTMAS FESTIVITY; STREETS TO BE LIGHTED AND DE 1
November 2, 1950 LOGSDON, EDWIN 1
November 2, 1950 ROSE HILL WATER DISTRICT MAY BE DOUBLED IN SIZE 1
November 2, 1950 BOAT IS HELD UP FOR DOCK REPAIRS 1
November 2, 1950 ADD THREE TRIPS TO BUS SERVICE 2
November 2, 1950 ROSE HILL WATER DISTRICT MAY BE DOUBLED IN SIZE 1
November 2, 1950 DOLORES ELZEY, JAMES CLARK 10
November 2, 1950 JONNEE REPOSA, LESLIE L DENTON 10
November 9, 1950 HEARING, PARTNER IN WELDING SHOP 6
November 9, 1950 HALLOWE'EN PARTIES AVERT "ALL" TROUBLE IN PROJECT AREAS 5
November 9, 1950 SCHOOL BONDS LOSE; P.U.D. SLIGHT FAVORITE 1
November 9, 1950 CITY EMERGENCY PROGRAM PLANNED 10
November 9, 1950 CITY SEEKING SITE OF OLD FERRY DOCK 6
November 9, 1950 GAS PURCHASES BRING WARNING FROM COUNCIL 1
November 9, 1950 STREET MUD BRINGS COUNCIL'S PROTEST 1
November 9, 1950 WOMEN'S IRE DUMPS ROSE POINT MIRE IN COUNCIL'S LAP 11
November 9, 1950 HISTORIC PICTURES NOW ON PUBLIC DISPLAY; REPRODUCTIONS MADE BY CA 11
November 9, 1950 HALLOWE'EN PARTIES AVERT "ALL" TROUBLE IN PROJECT AREAS 5
November 9, 1950 RESPONSE TO DECORATIONS PROGRAM FOR CHRISTMAS REPORTED EXCELLENT 1
November 9, 1950 SAMPONT, HENRY J 5
November 9, 1950 WARREN, MARION E 6
November 9, 1950 SCHOOL BONDS LOSE; P.U.D. SLIGHT FAVORITE 1
November 9, 1950 NAZARENE CHURCH TO HOLD REVIVAL 12
November 9, 1950 BOAT SERVICE TO START ON MONDAY 1
November 9, 1950 EAST PACIFIC ROAD GROUP IS ORGANIZED 1
November 9, 1950 STREET MUD BRINGS COUNCIL'S PROTEST 1
November 9, 1950 WOMEN'S IRE DUMPS ROSE POINT MIRE IN COUNCIL'S LAP 11
November 9, 1950 JOY FREEMAN, RUSSELL B SUNDSTROM 8
November 16, 1950 OUR TOWN (ZABLE, FRED) 13
November 16, 1950 PROPOSED ANNEXATION WOULD BRING PROJECTS INTO KIRKLAND 1
November 16, 1950 PUBLIC HOUSING DISPOSITION BEING STUDIED BY CITY 1
November 16, 1950 RESIDENTS OPPOSE HOUGHTON TAVERN 1
November 16, 1950 CIVILIAN DEFENSE STAFF MEETING IS NEXT ON SCHEDULE 1
November 16, 1950 $36284 GIVEN TO SCHOOL DISTRICT 9
November 16, 1950 MARY GERALDINE SHEARER, DAVID H HUFFMAN 8
November 16, 1950 WILDLIFE EDITOR FINDS DUCKS AT JUANITA AND PEACOCKS AT NORTHRUP 9
November 16, 1950 HOUGHTON-KIRKLAND FIRE AGREEMENT NEARS SIGNING, ISSUE BIDS FOR TRUCK 1
November 16, 1950 PUBLIC HOUSING DISPOSITION BEING STUDIED BY CITY 1
November 16, 1950 RESPONSE TO OLD PHOTO 6
November 16, 1950 STREET PROBLEMS IN THE EARLY DAYS (PHOTO) 2
November 16, 1950 PROPOSED ANNEXATION WOULD BRING PROJECTS INTO KIRKLAND 1
November 16, 1950 RESIDENTS OPPOSE HOUGHTON TAVERN 1
November 16, 1950 CRAMER, SADIE 8
November 16, 1950 DENSMORE, MARGARET 8
November 16, 1950 FOWLER, EDGAR A 8
November 16, 1950 HAYS, ALBERT 8
November 16, 1950 NEW BOAT MAKES HIT WITH RIDERS 1
November 16, 1950 ENGINEER BRIEFED ON HIGHWAY PLAN 1
November 16, 1950 ROADWORK UNDER WAY (PHOTO) 5
November 23, 1950 SILVER ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED BY MR-MRS SHADE FRANKLIN SATURDAY 2
November 23, 1950 FURNITURE STORE TO HAVE NEW BUILDING 1
November 23, 1950 HOUSE TO HOUSE MAIL DELIVERY STARTED THURSDAY 1
November 23, 1950 COUNCIL ORDERS FIRST INVENTORY 1
November 23, 1950 FERRY DOCK GIVEN TO CITY OF KIRKLAND 1
November 23, 1950 CHRISTMAS WINDOW DISPLAY CONTEST LAUNCHED BY KIWANIS 1
November 23, 1950 DENSMORE, MARGARET 3
November 23, 1950 NEW NIGHT BUS TRIP SERVICE TO START MONDAY 1
November 23, 1950 STREET STILL OPEN, COUNCIL TAKES ACTION 12
November 23, 1950 EAST SIDE'S BIG BLOW DISRUPTS PHONE SERVICE, BUT LAKE DAMAGE SLIGHT 1
November 23, 1950 ARLINE GLOVER, CLIFFORD HARVOLD 12
November 23, 1950 DOROTHY SMITH, DONALD HOBBS 8
November 30, 1950 KIRKLAND SAILOR GETS AIR MEDAL (JOHNSON, MAURICE S) 1
November 30, 1950 WINDOW DISPLAY CONTEST OPENED TO RETAIL STORES 1
November 30, 1950 WINDOW DISPLAY CONTEST OPENED TO RETAIL STORES 1
November 30, 1950 CARLSON, RICHARD ALFRED 5
November 30, 1950 CHAMBERLIN, CHARLES 5
November 30, 1950 FLEMING, CHARLES W 5
November 30, 1950 HAYES, HAROLD 5
November 30, 1950 HAYS, ALBERT 5
November 30, 1950 HODGES, CHARLES LEONARD 5
November 30, 1950 JENSEN, NEILS C 5
November 30, 1950 NOLAN, ANNA 5
November 30, 1950 VAN SICKEL, CLYDE 5
November 30, 1950 SUSPEND WORK ON LITTLE FINN HILL ROAD TO JUANITA BRIDGE 11
November 30, 1950 JO ANN BENSON, RUSSELL INGERSOLL 6
November 30, 1950 JORENE MARIE HULSE, ROBERT DRESSLER 6
November 30, 1950 RUTH ANN MCSPARRON, PAUL FOSBURG 3
December 7, 1950 OUR TOWN (THOMPSON, DR JOHN C) 15
December 7, 1950 NEEDY FOLKS TO RECEIVE YULE BASKET 1
December 7, 1950 CIVILIAN DEFENSE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED 1
December 7, 1950 CITY FORMS AUTHORITY ON HOUSING 1
December 7, 1950 VOLUME OF HOME REPAIR UPPED 6
December 7, 1950 CHRISTMAS CONCERT TO BE PRESENTED BY SCHOOL MUSICIANS, DEC 17 7
December 7, 1950 PAY RAISES FOR POLICE IN SIGHT 7
December 7, 1950 EARLY SETTLERS IN KIRKLAND (PHOTO) 11
December 7, 1950 NEW CHRISTMAS DRESS (PHOTO OF XMAS DECORATIONS) 1
December 7, 1950 POISONER THWARTS PUPPIES CHRISTMAS 5
December 7, 1950 THREE CITY POLICE GO ONTO NEW JOBS 11
December 7, 1950 BUSSES CAUSE HEADACHES 1
December 7, 1950 LOIS BEECH, CHARLES A WILKES 12
December 7, 1950 MARY "JERRY" SHEARER, DAVID G HUFFMAN 12
December 14, 1950 MAP OF DOWNTOWN STORES 5
December 14, 1950 OUR TOWN (MARY LARSON) 2
December 14, 1950 TOWN PURCHASES NEW FIRE TRUCK 1
December 14, 1950 HOUGHTON TO SEEK STEWART HEIGHTS 1
December 14, 1950 REQUEST PARK BOARD PERMIT USE OF DOCK 1
December 14, 1950 NORTH-SOUTH HIGHWAY GROUP WILL ASK LEGISLATURE FOR FUNDS 9
December 14, 1950 OLETA STONE, GEORGE HOFFERBERT 10
December 21, 1950 CHRISTMAS AT YOUR HOUSE 9
December 21, 1950 CHAMBER NAMES ROBINSON PREXY 1
December 21, 1950 SATURDAY PROVES RED LETTER EVENT FOR "LITTLE PEOPLE" OF KIRKLAND 1
December 21, 1950 CIVILIAN DEFENSE PLANS SPEEDED HERE 1
December 21, 1950 LISTEN FOR THE "RED" WARNING SIGNAL 1
December 21, 1950 SCHOOL DISTRICT IS ONE OF 12 WORSE OFF FINANCIALLY THIS YEAR THAN 11
December 21, 1950 RAMONA CLARK, EDWIN WILLIAMS 11
December 21, 1950 CITY PROTESTING TO STATE ABOUT HIGH FIRE RATES 1
December 21, 1950 FIREMEN ENTERTAIN KIDS (PHOTOS) 5
December 21, 1950 SANTA LANDS IN KIRKLAND - COMES BY HELICOPTER - MOBBED 1
December 21, 1950 GREEN, ELLA E 7
December 21, 1950 DONNA M IHME, JACK D THOMAS 10
December 21, 1950 MARY KRAMIEN, ROBERT GOODWIN 10
December 28, 1950 OUR TOWN (MACDONALD, DAN N) 8
December 28, 1950 FERRY BONUS BACKFIRES; "CITY PAID US SHORT" LESCHI EMPLOYEES CLAIM 1
December 28, 1950 CAROLE JEAN BERZOLD, WILLIAM EDGAR DOERSCHLAG 4
December 28, 1950 JUANITA FIRE ALARM SYSTEM INSTALLED 12
December 28, 1950 FIRST AID COURSE, HOME NURSING WILL BE OFFERED 1
December 28, 1950 WHERE WAS IT? (OLD PHOTO) 1
December 28, 1950 MORE THAN 40 ANSWER FOR DEFENSE 1
December 28, 1950 MOST HELP IS SELF HELP IN CIVILIAN DEFENSE... 1
December 28, 1950 LARKIN, ALMA 2
December 28, 1950 WALDO BIRD NEW KIWANIS PREXY 1
January 4, 1951 FIFTY YEARS (HAYS, MR AND MRS LESLIE) 4
January 4, 1951 OPEN HOUSE BEING HELD BY L HAYS' ON GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY JANUARY 9 5
January 4, 1951 OUR TOWN (WARNECK, REV HERMAN) 2
January 4, 1951 WATER COLOR PAINTINGS OF PRISON CAMP (HUTCHINSON, JIM) 7
January 4, 1951 NUMBER ONE FOR '51 BABY WAITS UNTIL JANUARY 2 (WARNOCK, CAROL AVA 1
January 4, 1951 KIRKLAND-HOUGHTON ANNEXATION IN CROSSFIRE 1
January 4, 1951 STEEL WORKS HOTEL BUILT TO ACCOMMODATE STEEL MILL WORKERS (PHOTO) 2
January 4, 1951 STEEL WORKS HOTEL BUILT TO ACCOMMODATE STEEL MILL WORKERS (PHOTO) 2
January 4, 1951 GREETAN (WALLACE J) RESIGNS FROM POLICE JOB 1
January 4, 1951 REYNOLDS OFF TO TRAINING SCHOOL 1
January 4, 1951 WARN JAYWALKERS TICKETS IN VIEW 1
January 4, 1951 BOOTH, WILLIAM E 10
January 4, 1951 STEEL WORKS HOTEL BUILT TO ACCOMMODATE STEEL MILL WORKERS (PHOTO) 2
January 4, 1951 LAKESHORE BUYS TRAILWAYS BUS LINE 1
January 11, 1951 REPORT ON THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 11
January 11, 1951 PUMPING NEW LIFE INTO CIVIC CENTER ... 2
January 11, 1951 CIVIL DEFENSE STAFF CONSIDERS TAGS FOR YOUNGSTERS IN AREA 1
January 11, 1951 HOUGHTON ANNEXING ACTION IRKS KIRKLAND 1
January 11, 1951 TOURING THEATRE COMING 8
January 11, 1951 SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF BAPTIST CHURCH (PHOTO) 10
January 11, 1951 ROSE POINT TO HAVE SCHOOL BUS SERVICE, ONE-WAY STREETS 1
January 11, 1951 CLAIMS OF FERRY CREW REPUDIATED 1
January 11, 1951 MIAMI? NO! HONOLULU? NO SIR-EE! IT'S KIRKLAND LOLLING UNDER SUN 1
January 18, 1951 MCIVORS OBSERVE SILVER ANNIVERSARY WITH FRIENDS FROM CANADA 9
January 18, 1951 AUTOMOBILE DEALERS WILL SPEARHEAD LOCAL HEART FUND CAMPAIGN 11
January 18, 1951 MARCH OF DIMES DRIVE OPENED 1
January 18, 1951 CIVILIAN DEFENSE MOVIE WILL SHOW FOR COORDINATORS 1
January 18, 1951 DEFENSE PROGRAM TOLD BY PYYKKO 1
January 18, 1951 THINGS TO DO IN CASE OF A-BOMB ATTACK ARE LISTED BY CIVILIAN DEFENSE 7
January 18, 1951 KIRKLAND-HOUGHTON SQUABBLE BAD 1
January 18, 1951 ENROLLMENT FOR ADULT EDUCATION MIDWINTER CLASSES MORE THAN 500 8
January 18, 1951 PATTI PHILLIPS. BERT PEDERSON 9
January 18, 1951 HOUGHTON FACES INCREASED WATER AND SEWER RATES 1
January 18, 1951 RECREATION PLAN FAVORED BY CITY 1
January 18, 1951 NO BUS CHANGES PLANNED BY LINE 1
January 18, 1951 MAYOR PROPOSES $85,000 STREET PROGRAM 1
January 18, 1951 HOUGHTON FACES INCREASED WATER AND SEWER RATES 1
January 18, 1951 GALE CAUSES DAMAGE; NO CASUALTIES 1
January 18, 1951 MARY LOUISE BEACH, ALAN GEORGE HOADLEY 8
January 25, 1951 BUILDING PROGRESSES (PHOTO OF SAFEWAY) 1
January 25, 1951 DEFENSE CONTRACT WORK SOUGHT BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COMMITTEE 1
January 25, 1951 SPECIAL CHILD PROGRAM STUDY STARTS FEB 1 1
January 25, 1951 CIVILIAN DEFENSE FILM AVAILABLE 1
January 25, 1951 KIRKLAND AND HOUGHTON MUST TRY... 1
January 25, 1951 SHIRLEY M CHRISTENSEN, BRUCE LANGLOIS 6
January 25, 1951 BARBER SHOP QUARTET TO SING HERE FEBRUARY 3 11
January 25, 1951 MAYOR SAYS PAY BOOST IS LIKELY 1
January 25, 1951 HUSBAND'S MISTAKE WAS STRIKING WIFE 1
January 25, 1951 LIETHA, FRED JOHN 9
January 25, 1951 RODGERS, ELIZABETH 6
January 25, 1951 PHOTOS OF BOWLING TEAMS 5
January 25, 1951 PROPOSED BILL ASKING ROAD THROUGH BELLEVUE BE DESIGNATED STATE HI 1
February 1, 1951 ROD GIBBS, KIRKLAND'S TOP CAGER 4
February 1, 1951 PRACTICE AIR ALERT SATURDAY 1
February 1, 1951 CONSOLIDATION WOULD MEAN NEW OFFICIALS 1
February 1, 1951 COMPETITION DEVELOPING IN RACE FOR SCHOOL BOARD POSITIONS 11
February 1, 1951 CLARE SUVAN, RAYMOND G LINCOLN 6
February 1, 1951 CAR THIEVES ARE TARGET OF POLICE 1
February 1, 1951 PETITIONS SEEK EXTENDED PHONE SERVICE REPORT 1
February 1, 1951 WATER DISTRICT ADDITION HEARING SET FOR MONDAY 1
February 8, 1951 FRIENDS SURPRISE GORDON JACOBSENS ON 25TH ANNIVERSARY 13
February 8, 1951 JULIUS MADISON, RETIRED MAIL CARRIER, SERVED LOWER VALLEY FOR 32 9
February 8, 1951 OUR TOWN (ROSELL, BILL) 2
February 8, 1951 TRADEWELL TO BUILD $100,000 SUPER MARKET 1
February 8, 1951 WORK WILL START SOON ON $100,000 LOCAL RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PROGRESS 8
February 8, 1951 NO PRACTICE ALERT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE 1
February 8, 1951 WOMAN'S CLUB SEES ATOM BOMB PICTURE 10
February 8, 1951 SCHOOL BOARD'S REBUTTAL ON HIGH COSTS 2
February 8, 1951 BLACKFACE ACTS TOP JUANITA'S BIG VARIETY SHOW COMING NEXT FRIDAY 12
February 8, 1951 SALARY INCREASES TOTALING $6000 ARE GRANTED TO 5 CITY DEPARTMENTS 6
February 8, 1951 ARE YOU IN THIS PICTURE (OLD PHOTO OF CENTRAL SCHOOL CLASS) 12
February 8, 1951 HOUGHTON COLD TO PROPOSED BOOST IN WATER, SEWER RATE 11
February 8, 1951 HOUGHTON TO VOTE ON POWER ISSUE, $350,000 BONDS 1
February 8, 1951 VALUE JUANITA BEACHES AT $150,000 ON BLOCK TO SEATTLE-KING COUNTY 3
February 8, 1951 EIGHT TULALIP INDIANS HOLD "POW-WOW" HERE AND WIND UP IN JAIL 1
February 8, 1951 BROOKS CONNER, ELIZABETH 3
February 8, 1951 HAIGHT, MARY 12
February 8, 1951 LABARR, LILLIE 6
February 8, 1951 LARSEN, CHRISTINE 8
February 8, 1951 MORE PROGRESS IN SETTING UP EXPRESS HIGHWAY HERE IS REPORTED 9
February 8, 1951 HOLD WATER RATES UNTIL AUGUST 1 1
February 8, 1951 HOUGHTON COLD TO PROPOSED BOOST IN WATER, SEWER RATE 11
February 8, 1951 HOUGHTON TO VOTE ON POWER ISSUE, $350,000 BONDS 1
February 8, 1951 TOLL-FREE TELEPHONES IN FUTURE 1
February 15, 1951 NEW ROSE HILL SITE FOR SCHOOL BOUGHT 11
February 15, 1951 PLANNING GROUPS, PUBLIC TO STUDY SCHOOL SITES 1
February 15, 1951 KIRKLAND GUARD HELPS IN FLOODS 1
February 15, 1951 CIVILIAN DEFENSE FILM AT GATEWAY 7
February 15, 1951 WHAT WOULD YOU DO IN AN EMERGENCY 2
February 15, 1951 CONSOLIDATION ELECTION ON APRIL 10 1
February 15, 1951 CHARLENE ULRICH, ROGER HULSE 6
February 15, 1951 THELMA OMESTAD, JOHN WILLIAMS 6
February 15, 1951 SEATTLE SYMPHONY OBOIST TO BE GUEST ARTIST IN BAND CONCERT HERE 11
February 15, 1951 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, 1911, IDENTIFIED (PHOTO) 8
February 15, 1951 BILLER, DEWEY C 1
February 15, 1951 CLEONE GRIFFIS, ERNEST C JEFFERSON 6
February 15, 1951 CONNIE KEIFFER, WALTER LUCKENBACH 11
February 15, 1951 NINA FERREE, DIXON CONNORS 6
February 22, 1951 KIRKLAND MERCHANTS PRESENT - THE EAST SIDE MARKET BASKET 13
February 22, 1951 ROSE HILL COUPLE CELEBRATE 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY (BETTES, R L) 6
February 22, 1951 OUR TOWN (GRISWOLD, ROGER) 2
February 22, 1951 EAST SIDE 'MARKET BASKET' STARTS HERE SATURDAY MORNING AT 11:30 1
February 22, 1951 GEHRT LEAVES AS TRADEWELL MANAGER 1
February 22, 1951 "WE WELCOME PROJECTS TO CITY" --- CITIZENS 1
February 22, 1951 SPIRITED SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION LOOMING HERE 1
February 22, 1951 REDUCE TAX 30% IN LOCAL AREAS, STATEMENTS SHOW 1
February 22, 1951 WAR INDUSTRY FOR KIRKLAND TALKED 5
February 22, 1951 SPASTIC FILM SHOWN AT EAGLES AUXILIARY; SUPPORT IS PLEDGED 5
February 22, 1951 KARR, DAVID L 8
February 22, 1951 KENNY, ANNIE 1
February 22, 1951 PUBLIC SERVICE DEPT HAS NOTHING ON BUS CONSOLIDATION PLAN 1
February 22, 1951 SENATE COMMITTEE FAVORABLE TO NEW EAST SIDE HIGHWAY 1
February 22, 1951 PHONE PROBLEMS IN MILL-CLARKE 5
February 22, 1951 SPANISH WAR VETS HONORED (PHOTO) 5
February 22, 1951 MARY LOU FOSTER, FREDERICK C SCHREIBER 10
February 22, 1951 SHIRLEY MADGE CHRISTENSEN, BRUCE KARSTEN LANGLOIS 10
March 1, 1951 ELECT RALPH KELLER, SCHOOL BOARD 2
March 1, 1951 BETTESES (MR AND MRS R L) CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 11
March 1, 1951 $5,600 SAVED IN NEW SCHOOL SITE 1
March 1, 1951 HUNDREDS ON HAND FOR EAST SIDE'S MARKET BASKET HERE LAST SATURDAY 1
March 1, 1951 CEMETERY REZONING ACTION REFUSED BY SCHOOL BOARD 4
March 1, 1951 KIRKLAND MOVES TO EXPLAIN ITS CONSOLIDATION 7
March 1, 1951 IF SCHOOLS ARE IMPORTANT, VOTE MARCH 13 2
March 1, 1951 SCHOOL BUS PROBLEMS ARE PLAGUING BOARD WITH BUSSES WEARING OUT 2
March 1, 1951 KING PRESIDENT OF LEAGUE; STUDY CONSOLIDATION 1
March 1, 1951 SENATE BILL WOULD HAVE SERVICE COMMISSION FIX HOUGHTON'S WATER RATE 1
March 1, 1951 COMPANY MAY BE COMING MONDAY WITH POWER SHUTDOWN IN SEATTLE 1
March 1, 1951 YOUTH ARRESTED AFTER FAST RUN 1
March 1, 1951 BURNETT, JOHN 10
March 1, 1951 SENATE BILL WOULD HAVE SERVICE COMMISSION FIX HOUGHTON'S WATER RATE 1
March 1, 1951 LADY KEGLERS WHO MAKE THE PINS CLATTER (PHOTOS) 5
March 1, 1951 LOCAL BUS SERVICE REMAINS NORMAL 1
March 1, 1951 COMPANY MAY BE COMING MONDAY WITH POWER SHUTDOWN IN SEATTLE 1
March 1, 1951 RESIDENTS REQUEST SEWER ON SLATER STREET 8
March 1, 1951 SENATE BILL WOULD HAVE SERVICE COMMISSION FIX HOUGHTON'S WATER RATE 1
March 1, 1951 BETTY BLACK, GLENN CLARENCE 6
March 1, 1951 OLIVE DICKSON, GARRY W HULL 10
March 1, 1951 PATRICIA GAFFNEY, RALPH PETERSEN 6
March 1, 1951 SHIRLEY MADGE CHRISTENSEN, BRUCE LANGLOIS (PHOTO) 9
March 8, 1951 KIRKLAND MAN, BACK FROM KOREA ... (HAUSSKE, AL) 1
March 8, 1951 CROWD OUT IN NUMBERS (PHOTO) 9
March 8, 1951 AREA EAST OF CITY STUDIES ANNEXATION 1
March 8, 1951 CONTEST FOR SCHOOL POSTS ON TUESDAY 1
March 8, 1951 BILLIE PARKS, ROLAND BOUCHER 16
March 8, 1951 CITY STUDIES COST ON SIDEWALK FIXING 1
March 8, 1951 SIDEWALK PROJECT APPROVED ON 10TH 5
March 8, 1951 OLD TIME MINSTREL SHOW (OLD PHOTO) 10
March 8, 1951 HOUGHTONITES WILL ELECT THREE NEW COUNCILMEN ON TUESDAY 9
March 8, 1951 AGAR, THOMAS 8
March 8, 1951 CHAPMAN, OTTO J 8
March 8, 1951 JOHNSON, WILLIAM 8
March 8, 1951 WIGGINS, CHARLES 8
March 8, 1951 KIRKLAND OPPOSES SENATE BILL ON WATER CONTROLS 8
March 8, 1951 SEWER PROJECT NEAR COMPLETION; EXPLAIN CHARGES 1
March 15, 1951 W N HILLIS MARRIED 50 YEARS AGO DURING HEAVY SNOWSTORM IN IOWA 13
March 15, 1951 OUR TOWN (FLETCHER, EUNICE H) 2
March 15, 1951 SECRET FOR LONG LIFE IS GARDENING, BIBLE STUDY (FISHER, LOUIS R) 1
March 15, 1951 DEFENSE MEETING TO SHOW MOVIES 1
March 15, 1951 INTEREST INCREASING IN LOCAL SURVEY PROPOSED BY PLANNING COMMISSION 1
March 15, 1951 FURNITURE BUILT IN ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES 3
March 15, 1951 KELLER, MCEACHERN VICTORS BY WIDE MARGIN 1
March 15, 1951 CORALIE WESCOTT, MILTON F SESSIONS 10
March 15, 1951 HARRIET FERN HEDRICK, JOHN W ADAMS 10
March 15, 1951 POWER ISSUE REFUSED BY HOUGHTON 1
March 15, 1951 JUVENILES CAUGHT IN BURGLARY RING 1
March 15, 1951 FOX, EUGENE THOMAS 4
March 15, 1951 KNAUF, CARL 4
March 15, 1951 SHEARER, GEORGE 4
March 15, 1951 WITTENMYER, VANNIE B 4
March 15, 1951 COUNCIL TAKES NO ACTION FOR CONSOLIDATION 8
March 15, 1951 KIRKLAND SEA SCOUT SHIP RECEIVES HIGHEST NATIONAL RATING 9
March 15, 1951 BOTH SIDES HAPPY OVER WATER BILL 1
March 15, 1951 POWER ISSUE REFUSED BY HOUGHTON 1
March 15, 1951 MARY LOU FOSTER, FREDERICK C SCHREIBER (PHOTO) 10
March 22, 1951 SUNSET THEATRE - BOMB SHELTER ON DISPLAY 12
March 22, 1951 FARRAR WILL OPEN LARGE SUBDIVISION 1
March 22, 1951 LOCAL PENNEY MANAGER RESIGNS 1
March 22, 1951 AD FOR SUNSET THEATRE - BOMB SHELTER ON DISPLAY 12
March 22, 1951 ELIZABETH CAREY, HERBERT L PODELL 10
March 22, 1951 FIRE INSURANCE RATE REDUCTIONS IN DISTRICT NO 41 DUE IN 2 WEEKS 1
March 22, 1951 DEDICATION OF K P LODGE (OLD PHOTO) 2
March 22, 1951 FAMOUS BRITISH ENGINEER REPORTED CONDUCTING EXHAUSTIVE TESTS ON 1
March 22, 1951 HEAVY SCHEDULE OF RECREATIONAL EVENTS SET FOR STEWART HEIGHTS 9
March 22, 1951 KIRKLAND IS FIRST NORTHWEST TOWN TO GET LITTLE LEAGUE FRANCHISE 4
March 22, 1951 CROSSWALK LIGHT ON MARKET STREET 1
March 22, 1951 CLANCY DRAKE AND HIS SIDEKICKS FURNISHED ROAD BLOCKS IN KOREA 1
March 22, 1951 MARGARET RAMIN, MARTIN KRISTIANSON 10
March 29, 1951 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED BY W N HILLS; WERE MARRIED IN 1901 9
March 29, 1951 THE EGG DRIVE CONTROVERSY... 1
March 29, 1951 PLAN MEETING TO EXPLAIN SURVEY SET FOR DISTRICT 1
March 29, 1951 SCHOOL BOARD TO ACT ON CONTRACT 1
March 29, 1951 ANNEXATION SET IN HOUGHTON 1
March 29, 1951 HOUSING-FIRE-POLICE PROTECTION IS SOUGHT BY HOUGHTON COUNCILMEN 1
March 29, 1951 DRAINING OF FIRE PLUGS BRINGS ON INVESTIGATION 2
March 29, 1951 SCHOOL SPEED ZONE LIMIT 20 MILES MOTORISTS WARNED 1
March 29, 1951 BLOOMSTRUM, THURSTON 12
March 29, 1951 GAIN, H 12
March 29, 1951 MARTIN, CONSTANTINE L 1
March 29, 1951 MCDANIEL, CLAUDE 12
March 29, 1951 MURRAY, EDWARD ROBERT 1
March 29, 1951 PEHRSON, CORRINNE 12
March 29, 1951 GREYHOUND WILL HANDLE REDMOND KIRKLAND SERVICE 1
March 29, 1951 STREET END USE ENDED BY COUNCIL 1
March 29, 1951 MARGARET FRANKLIN, STANLEY SAETY 6
March 29, 1951 MARILYN ANN LENZ, WALTER BESMER 6
March 29, 1951 NORMA JEAN LENZ, EVERETT WISSMAN 6
March 29, 1951 RAMONA LEE CLARK, EDWIN WILLIAMS 6
April 5, 1951 OMESTAD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 6
April 5, 1951 NEW KIRKLAND HOSPITAL OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1
April 5, 1951 TEEN-AGERS AND PARENTS TO DANCE AT CIVIC CENTER FRIDAY 3
April 5, 1951 BUILDING NOW URGED BY LOCAL LUMBERMEN 1
April 5, 1951 EFFECT OF KIRKLAND-HOUGHTON CONSOLIDATION EXPLAINED BY LEAGUE 9
April 5, 1951 NO CUTBACK OF BUILDING NECESSARY SAYS RETAIL LUMBERMEN SPOKESMAN 7
April 5, 1951 VOTERS TO DECIDE CONSOLIDATION TUESDAY 1
April 5, 1951 JUNIOR HIGH PLANNING GOOD MANNER WEEK 4
April 5, 1951 CITY ORDERS JUNK YARD TORN OUT 5
April 5, 1951 MYSTERY SURROUNDS STRANGE YELLOW DUST 1
April 5, 1951 ATHLETICS TO OPEN AGAINST NEGRO NINE 4
April 5, 1951 FLOURINE TREATED WATER PLANNED FOR KIRKLAND 1
April 5, 1951 NEW KIRKLAND HOSPITAL OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1
April 5, 1951 BAD NEWS FOR BURGLARS (PHOTO OF CHIEF OF POLICE) 1
April 5, 1951 REYNOLDS RETURNS AS POLICE CHIEF AFTER GRADUATING FROM FBI COURSE 9
April 5, 1951 SALE OF CIGARETTES TO MINORS HIT IN CITY 4
April 5, 1951 DUBEL, JOHN D 5
April 5, 1951 ELDUEN, JAMES 5
April 5, 1951 MATTHEWS, CLIFFORD 5
April 5, 1951 RAINOW, ELOF 5
April 5, 1951 WILLETT, HENRY 5
April 5, 1951 COUNTY ROAD PROGRAM LISTS FOUR LOCAL SITES FOR ROAD IMPROVEMENTS 13
April 5, 1951 NO CHARGES FOR NEW SEWER LINES WITHIN 60 DAYS 13
April 5, 1951 PROPOSED ENLARGED WATER DISTRICT (MAP) 1
April 5, 1951 PATRICIA ELLEN SYKES, WILLIAM FREDERICK RONHAAR 10
April 12, 1951 COLMAN'S - GRAND RE-OPENING 7
April 12, 1951 FULL PAGE AD FOR HADACOL - SOLD AT COLMAN'S 8
April 12, 1951 WALTER WARDS HOLD SILVER ANNIVERSARY 10
April 12, 1951 FIRST A SECOND TIME (FIRST BABY AT KIRKLAND HOSPITAL) 1
April 12, 1951 JUANITA SCHOOL HALF COMPLETED 2
April 12, 1951 PLANS ARE DRAWN FOR HOPPER GYM 1
April 12, 1951 COLMAN'S RE-OPENS ON SATURDAY 5
April 12, 1951 HOUGHTON FACING TEST IN COURT ON ANNEXATION 1
April 12, 1951 WILLIAM BOWIE NEW CHAIRMAN OF SCHOOL BOARD 1
April 12, 1951 THREE-DAY "PRIMROSE PARADE" OPENS APRIL 20 IN CIVIC CENTER 9
April 12, 1951 NEW FIRE HYDRANTS ARE BEING INSTALLED 3
April 12, 1951 CHILD'S MENTAL, PHYSICAL GROWTH TO BE STUDIED 3
April 12, 1951 COOPERATION SOUGHT IN RABIES CONTROL 13
April 12, 1951 SEEKING SEATTLE WATER IN HOUGHTON 1
April 12, 1951 AUTHENTIC INDIAN DANCERS TO SHOW HERE SATURDAY 9
April 12, 1951 TOWN TO IMPROVE RAILROAD CROSSING 4
April 12, 1951 COMMISSION SAYS PHONE SURVEY BEING CONTINUED 9
April 12, 1951 SEEKING SEATTLE WATER IN HOUGHTON 1
April 19, 1951 SILVER ANNIVERSARY OF MAGNUSONS (MR AND MRS EARL) 10
April 19, 1951 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 11
April 19, 1951 'CROWD WAS SO BIG WE SHOULDA PUT IN REVOLVING DOORS' SAYS DRUGGIST 8
April 19, 1951 NEW MANAGER TAKES OVER PENNEY STORE 1
April 19, 1951 TRADEWELL STARTS NEW FOOD STORE 1
April 19, 1951 CIVIL DEFENSE AUTHORITIES ISSUE INSTRUCTIONS IN EVENT OF ATTACK 9
April 19, 1951 TEACHERS MAY RECEIVE INCREASES, SCHOOL BOARD RETRENCHES ELSEWHERE 3
April 19, 1951 HOBBY SHOW SET FOR APRIL 28-29 1
April 19, 1951 PRIMROSE SHOW TO OPEN IN CIVIC CENTER 1
April 19, 1951 BAD BRUSH FIRE 9
April 19, 1951 SIGNS OF THE TIMES ARE CONFUSING (OLD FERRY TIMES SIGN) 1
April 19, 1951 DUST IS RAISED, CITIZENS ARISE 1
April 19, 1951 WALK CONTRACT OKEYED ON 10TH S 8
April 19, 1951 WATER DISTRICT'S SUPPLY BY CITY UNDER DISCUSSION 1
April 19, 1951 CORALEE ANN WESCOTT, MILTON F SESSIONS 10
April 26, 1951 KIRKLAND VFW CARNIVAL 5
April 26, 1951 FROST DAMAGE TO FRUIT UNKNOWN 1
April 26, 1951 P N PETERSONS HOLD OPEN HOUSE TO CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING DAY 11
April 26, 1951 LAKE WASHINGTON BANDS, ORCHESTRA RATE SUPERIOR IN MUSIC CONTEST 10
April 26, 1951 TWO BUILDINGS ON FIRST AVENUE SOLD 4
April 26, 1951 JUANITA SCHOOL COMPLETION DELAY UNDER FIRE; BOARD STUDIES ISSUE 1
April 26, 1951 SEARS WILL OPEN ORDER OFFICE 1
April 26, 1951 TRADEWELL'S NEW STORE STARTED (PICTURE) 6
April 26, 1951 RED CROSS DRIVE GOES OVER QUOTA 11
April 26, 1951 FEDERAL FINANCIAL HELP TO LOCAL SCHOOLS CUT; ONLY $12,272 IN 1951 2
April 26, 1951 HIGHLIGHTS OF HOBBY SHOW INCLUDE MODEL RAILROADS, AMATEUR RADIOS 1
April 26, 1951 MRS GERTRUDE HUGHES TOP WINNER IN 4TH ANNUAL PRIMROSE SHOW 9
April 26, 1951 SEVEN FIRES KEEP VOLUNTEERS BUSY 1
April 26, 1951 COUNCIL WILL ANNOUNCE SUCCESSOR TO MAYOR IN OPEN MEETING MAY 7 1
April 26, 1951 EVERETT, HARRY M (MAYOR) 1
April 26, 1951 WILLETT, HENRY 12
April 26, 1951 CAMPFIRE CABIN HAS BEEN 'HOME' SINCE GROUP WAS FOUNDED IN 1921 9
April 26, 1951 EAGER LITTLE LEAGUERS (PHOTOS) 13
April 26, 1951 FROST DAMAGE TO FRUIT UNKNOWN 1
April 26, 1951 JOYCE MARILYN GREEN, ROGER DOUGLAS PRATT 10
May 3, 1951 COLMAN'S GRAND OPENING (PHOTOS) 6
May 3, 1951 OUR TOWN (CLARENCE, GLENN E) 1
May 3, 1951 DANDY, HANDY AND CANDY 12
May 3, 1951 HOUSING PROJECT POPULATION UP 1
May 3, 1951 PARENTS COULD BUY BOOKS, SUPPLIES, SAVE DISTRICT MONEY SAY TEACHERS 8
May 3, 1951 PLANNING SURVEY AWAITS FINANCES 1
May 3, 1951 SCHOOL EMPLOYEES IN FAVOR OF S S 1
May 3, 1951 SIDEWALKS COST SCHOOLS $10,392; SEEK ECONOMIES 1
May 3, 1951 CHICKEN HOUSE FIRE CAUSES $1500 LOSS 1
May 3, 1951 FIRES TOTAL 31 DURING DRY APRIL 1
May 3, 1951 LELAND IS SELECTED BY COUNCIL 1
May 3, 1951 URGE VACCINATION FOR ALL DOGS TO PREVENT RABIES 7
May 3, 1951 SCHOOL PATROL WILL HAVE ANNUAL OUTING AS GUESTS OF STATE PATROL 1
May 3, 1951 RECREATION PROGRAM FACING CURTAILMENT, COORDINATORS ASK AID 1
May 3, 1951 ELIZABETH NOLAN, JAMES F VAGUE 1
May 10, 1951 SPINNING WHEEL PART OF STANDARD HOME EQUIPMENT FOR MARTHA PEARSON 6
May 10, 1951 13 RESIDENCES GOING UP ON KIRKLAND AVE 7
May 10, 1951 MIDLAKES FIRM BUYS CENTRAL WELDING CO 8
May 10, 1951 KIRKLAND GROWS, BUSINESS BOOMS 7
May 10, 1951 OK $60000 TEACHER SALARY INCREASE 1
May 10, 1951 PART TIME CLERKS IN GRADE SCHOOLS, BOARD DECIDES 8
May 10, 1951 SMITH RESIGNS AS LAKER BALL COACH 1
May 10, 1951 $100 TO BE CHARGED FOR FIRES OUTSIDE DISTRICT 41'S BOUNDARIES 9
May 10, 1951 CITY PAYS HONOR TO LATE MAYOR 8
May 10, 1951 MAYOR INSTALLED 1
May 10, 1951 SIDEWALKS AND CURBS HAVE BEEN BUILT, NOW COMES PROBLEM OF PAYING 1
May 10, 1951 KIRKLAND POLICE CREDIT REDMOND MAN WITH SAVING LIFE OF ACCIDENT V 1
May 10, 1951 ANDERSON, LT DAVID G 2
May 10, 1951 BIRD, DAVID P 2
May 10, 1951 JACKMAN, JOHN P 1
May 10, 1951 JOHNSON, OSCAR M 2
May 10, 1951 FIRST $100 GIVEN FOR RECREATION 1
May 10, 1951 HOPPER TOSSERS WILL MEET HORNETS HERE SATURDAY NIGHT UNDER LIGHTS 8
May 10, 1951 RAILROAD THROUGH TOWN IS HEAVY CONTRIBUTOR, MAY TAX REPORT SHOWS 12
May 10, 1951 WORK WILL START ON HIGHWAY UNIT 1
May 10, 1951 CITY SEWER PLANT AGAIN DELAYED 1
May 17, 1951 HALVERSON'S REXALL STORE - GRAND OPENING 4
May 17, 1951 LELAND TO BUILD THREE RESIDENCES 6
May 17, 1951 OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULED SUNDAY IN NEW HOME ON 16TH WEST 6
May 17, 1951 CEILING PRICES FOR RETAILERS FIXED BY OPS 11
May 17, 1951 FURNITURE STORE OPENS ON FRIDAY 1
May 17, 1951 KIMBALL'S TWO STORES CONSOLIDATED IN FORMER LOCATION OF MEN'S SHOP 6
May 17, 1951 REXALL STORE REMODELING COMPLETED 4
May 17, 1951 PROPERTY OWNERS PROTEST L.I.D. COSTS 1
May 17, 1951 COMEDY TEAM ADDS HILARIOUS RELIEF TO NUMEROUS GRAND OPENINGS HERE 1
May 17, 1951 MAYOR APPLIES SYSTEM FOR CITY IN NEW ORDERS 1
May 17, 1951 FOSTER, ALMEDA B 8
May 24, 1951 STATE MONEY TO BUILD SCHOOL'S GYMNASIUM, SHOP BUILDINGS 9
May 24, 1951 GOODNESS SAKES! WHAT A GATHERING SHOWED AT OPENING OF HALVERSON'S 8
May 24, 1951 HALVERSON ESTABLISHED DRUG STORE HERE AFTER COLLEGE DAYS IN 1924 2
May 24, 1951 LAWSUITS AGAINST CITY ARE SETTLED OUT OF COURT 1
May 24, 1951 SIDEWALK ISSUE PLAGUES COUNCIL 8
May 24, 1951 OUTBREAK OF BITING DOGS IRES RESIDENTS 1
May 24, 1951 ALL CLASSES OUT FOR PHOTO (1912 PHOTO OF SCHOOL CLASSES) 9
May 24, 1951 PARADE HERE MEMORIAL DAY HONORS VETERANS WHO GAVE LIVES FOR FLAG 1
May 24, 1951 POLICE OUTRUN TEEN-AGE SPEEDSTERS 1
May 24, 1951 ESKOLA, EDMUND A 14
May 24, 1951 BLOCK OFF FERRY DOCK TO PUBLIC 1
May 24, 1951 FERRY SIGNS THROW CUSTOMER OFF BASE 7
May 24, 1951 NEW OIL SURFACE ON 13TH AVE WEST MAY SOLVE CITY'S STREET PROBLEMS 1
May 24, 1951 TRAFFIC CONTROL STUDIED IN CITY 1
May 31, 1951 SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO ORDER OFFICE - GRAND OPENING 10
May 31, 1951 GRAPEVINE IN WHEADON'S, 200 FEET LONG, BROUGHT HERE FROM GUERNSEY 1
May 31, 1951 TEEN-AGE CANTEEN WILL BE REMODELED 8
May 31, 1951 GEORGE SNELSON PURCHASES STORE 5
May 31, 1951 A NEW KNOTHOLE GANG (LITTLE LEAGUE) 4
May 31, 1951 FAIR TRAIN WILL END, SAYS BOARD 1
May 31, 1951 LITTLE LEAGUE IS A TRIBUTE TO BACKERS 2
May 31, 1951 NURSERY SCHOOL HERE MAY CLOSE 1
May 31, 1951 TEACHERS TO TALK SALARY WITH BOARD 5
May 31, 1951 PARADE ATTRACTS HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE 4
May 31, 1951 HOUGHTON'S SWIM PROGRAM PRAISED 8
May 31, 1951 FOSTER, JOHN 7
May 31, 1951 HALLBERG, AXEL EDWIN 7
May 31, 1951 MOLCK, OLAF 7
May 31, 1951 OUTSTANDING SCOUT TROOP (PHOTO OF GIRL SCOUTS) 7
May 31, 1951 EX-NATIONAL PRESIDENT OF ELKS GRANTS APPROVAL FOR ESTABLISHING  8
May 31, 1951 POST OFFICE GROWS FROM ONE-THIRD POUCH TO NEED FOR 3000 SQ FEET 5
May 31, 1951 HOUGHTON'S SWIM PROGRAM PRAISED 8
May 31, 1951 LITTLE LEAGUERS OPEN FRIDAY ... MANAGERS SET 1
May 31, 1951 HEADWAY MADE ON CITY PARKING 1
May 31, 1951 GREEN LIGHT GIVEN WATER BOND ISSUE 6
May 31, 1951 CATHERINE LITTLE, RAYMOND WIGFIELD 6
May 31, 1951 JOYCE STAFFORD, WILLIAM PERRIGO 6
June 7, 1951 KIRKLAND FURNITURE - GRAND OPENING 13
June 7, 1951 BURMEISTER OPENS FURNITURE STORE IN NEW LOCATION 1
June 7, 1951 NEW SEARS OFFICE OPENS TOMORROW 5
June 7, 1951 152 SENIORS GRADUATE; TELL AWARDS 1
June 7, 1951 BAND INSTRUCTION PROGRAM WILL BE OFFERED HERE THIS SUMMER BY COLE 2
June 7, 1951 NEW PRINCIPAL OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NAMED BY BOARD 1
June 7, 1951 BOB SHEARER HOUSE DESTROYED (PHOTO) 1
June 7, 1951 ED OBAN NAMED TO COUNCIL POST 1
June 7, 1951 LACK OF RECORDS TOLD BY MAYOR 1
June 7, 1951 SUMMER HEALTH ROUND-UP STARTS 1
June 7, 1951 X-RAY UNIT WILL COME TO KIRKLAND 7
June 7, 1951 CARR, WILLIAM G 14
June 7, 1951 REV DONALD MILLS RESIGNS PASTORATE 3
June 7, 1951 WAY CLEARED FOR BAPTIST CHURCH 3
June 7, 1951 RATE INCREASE REQUESTED BY PHONE CO 1
June 7, 1951 BETTY CHAUSEE, LEO RIEGLER 11
June 7, 1951 CAROLE JEAN BETZOLD, WILLIAM EDGAR DOERSCHLAG 11
June 14, 1951 EAST SIDE MUSIC - WORLD'S LARGEST TV SCREEN ON DISPLAY - 30 IN. 10
June 14, 1951 MINISTER (ZIEGLER, ELDER J G) HALTS LEAP FROM SPAN 1
June 14, 1951 OUR TOWN (TRENT, CLYDE) 2
June 14, 1951 ANOTHER LANDMARK DOOMED FOR SCRAP 13
June 14, 1951 PROPERTY OWNER WANTS TO BUILD OWN SIDEWALKS 9
June 14, 1951 GRAVE COSTS UPPED IN CITY CEMETERY 11
June 14, 1951 KIWANIS HEADING PALSY BENEFIT 3
June 14, 1951 ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM FINISHES AFTER 3 1/2 YEARS OF WORTHY SERV 10
June 14, 1951 KIRKLAND'S WESTERN EXPOSURE IS AN EYESORE 2
June 14, 1951 CITY MANAGER PLAN PROVIDES ECONOMY 2
June 14, 1951 CITY MAY IMPOSE TAX ON 'DANGLING DUCKETS' FOR NEW REVENUE 1
June 14, 1951 ANOTHER OLD TIMER (EARLY PHOTO OF LAKE STREET) 9
June 14, 1951 JAYCOX, CELIA 10
June 14, 1951 FLAG PRESENTED CLUB IN MEMORY OF DAVID BIRD 5
June 14, 1951 ASK SAFETY MEASURE AT PARK ENTRANCE 13
June 14, 1951 GREYHOUND ASKS BUS FARE BOOST 1
June 14, 1951 TELEPHONE RATE RAISE WOULD UP SERVICE COSTS .50 AND 2.50 9
June 14, 1951 WATER CONTRACT TALK CONSIDERED BY HOUGHTONITES 1
June 14, 1951 WATER SHED USE FOR NEW STREET DEBATED BY CITY 1
June 21, 1951 OUR TOWN (TORGRIMSON, REV JUSTIN) 2
June 21, 1951 PARENTS TO DECIDE ON FUND RAISING 1
June 21, 1951 LOYALTY OATH NEEDED 6
June 21, 1951 KIRKLAND HIGH IN BUILDING PERMITS 14
June 21, 1951 MORE THAN 100 BANDSMEN TRAIN IN SUMMER SESSION 1
June 21, 1951 CITY TO FULFILL WORK PROMISED ON SIDEWALK JOB 1
June 21, 1951 DEMOCRACY AND EFFICIENCY SUM UP CITY MANAGER PLAN 2
June 21, 1951 738 LOCAL RESIDENTS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF FREE X-RAY PROGRAM 13
June 21, 1951 1299 NEW RESIDENTS MAY COST HOUGHTON 9
June 21, 1951 NEW STREET LIGHTS SET FOR HOUGHTON 11
June 21, 1951 NEWEST INDUSTRY MARKETS PRODUCT (SANI-SEPTO) 3
June 21, 1951 AT HOUGHTON PARK (PHOTOS) 9
June 21, 1951 LIFEGUARDS, BUSSES SET FOR BEACHES 1
June 21, 1951 IT'S SAME OLD ARMY, COOKS AT WORK, OUTDOOR WASHROOM (PHOTOS) 1
June 21, 1951 KIRKLAND INVESTIGATING BUS SERVICE 1
June 21, 1951 KIRKLAND SAFEST WASHINGTON CITY 1
June 21, 1951 ABIGAIL SHINSTROM, DR JOHN WELLINGTON CARRIER 10
June 21, 1951 MARY LOU THOMPSON, KENNETH JORGENSON 10
June 28, 1951 EASTSIDE REAL ESTATE CO - GRAND OPENING 7
June 28, 1951 THOMPSON'S FREEZE - GRAND OPENING 13
June 28, 1951 OUR TOWN (DILLON, JERRY N) 2
June 28, 1951 MAY REMOVE FERRY DOCK FOR MATERIALS 1
June 28, 1951 THOMPSON'S FREEZE SETS GRAND OPENING HERE FOR TOMORROW 13
June 28, 1951 TWENTY-FIVE CITY EMPLOYEES HERE MUST SIGN LOYALTY OATH BY JULY 1 9
June 28, 1951 CITY WILL PROFIT BY NEW CONTRACT 1
June 28, 1951 HOPE FOR CONTINUATION OF ADULT EDUCATION IS SEEN IN BULLETIN 8
June 28, 1951 PUT TRASH IN CANS; KEEP BEACHES CLEAN 2
June 28, 1951 CITY-MANGER TYPE OF GOVERNMENT GIVES COUNCIL RELIEF... 5
June 28, 1951 SIDEWALKS PROTEST DISALLOWED 1
June 28, 1951 "MOST ALERT WOODSMEN OF THE WEEK" FIND PROOF OF EARLY CIVILIZATION 11
June 28, 1951 CONCERN TO START FACTORY BUILDING 8
June 28, 1951 SANI-SEPTO SALES REPORTED AS EXCELLENT FOR LOCAL INDUSTRY'S KICKOFF 3
June 28, 1951 EX-CONVICT ARRESTED HERE BY POLICE 1
June 28, 1951 PIERCE, MABEL 8
June 28, 1951 SMITH, JOSEPH E 8
June 28, 1951 TUCKER, RICHARD 2
June 28, 1951 DIRECTOR AIDS JUANITA GIRL SCOUTS IN CELEBRATING THIRD ANNIVERSARY 3
June 28, 1951 LUTHERAN PASTOR GIVEN NEW BERTH 14
June 28, 1951 BETTER SERVICE ON GREYHOUND IS ASKED BY LELAND 1
June 28, 1951 NEW LAKE SPAN COMMITTEE MEETS 8
June 28, 1951 DRAINAGE PROJECT FUNDS SOUGHT 1
June 28, 1951 LAWN WATERING BANNED EVENINGS 1
June 28, 1951 BACK HOME FROM KOREA, KIRKLAND SOLDIER TELLS OF BAD CONDITIONS 1
June 28, 1951 ADRIENNE WHITE, HARRY EVERETT JR 11
June 28, 1951 HARRIET HENDRICK, JOHN ADAMS 10
July 5, 1951 TREMAINE'S - PHOTOS 5
July 5, 1951 OUR TOWN (MCEACHERN, HUGH F) 2
July 5, 1951 CAR CRASHES INTO STORE, $2000 IN DAMAGES 1
July 5, 1951 SCHOOL-CONSTRUCTED FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON AUCTION JULY 11 3
July 5, 1951 KIRKLAND HAS NO SUMMER FESTIVAL BUT NEARBY TOWNS WILL CELEBRATE 4
July 5, 1951 EMERGENCY TRUCK WILL BE PURCHASED 1
July 5, 1951 PROPOSED SLOT MACHINE ORDINANCE MAY BRING CITY $5-6000 3
July 5, 1951 GERMANN, R E 1
July 5, 1951 KELSO, KENNETH 12
July 5, 1951 TARP, SARAH LOUISE 9
July 5, 1951 ROSE HILL AREA NEEDS MORE WATER 3
July 5, 1951 SECOND CROSSING TO BE DISCUSSED 1
July 5, 1951 HEAT CAUSES ERUPTION (PHOTO OF PAVEMENT EXPLOSION) 1
July 5, 1951 WEATHER SCORCHING HERE LAST FRIDAY 1
July 5, 1951 BARBARA WADDELL, LEE MCIVOR 8
July 5, 1951 THELMA OMESTAD, JOHN WILLIAMS 8
July 12, 1951 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 6
July 12, 1951 ERLING LARSONS KEEP BUSY SINGING, TENDING HOUSE, THEN SINGING AGAIN 10
July 12, 1951 PHOTOS OF RUINS OF FERRY DOCK 6
July 12, 1951 JACK VAN GORTEL BUYS PARTS FIRM 1
July 12, 1951 NURSERY SCHOOL HERE WILL CLOSE 13
July 12, 1951 HOUGHTON TO FORM FIRE DEPARTMENT 1
July 12, 1951 LOREN FITCH NEW CITY CLERK HERE 1
July 12, 1951 HOUGHTON TO FORM FIRE DEPARTMENT 1
July 12, 1951 IRATE JUANITA CITIZENS IN ATTACK OF MISUSE OF WELFARE FUNDS 9
July 12, 1951 KIRKLAND STILL HAS GREEN RIVER LAW REGULATING PEDDLERS AND HAWKER 13
July 12, 1951 POLICE HERE TO CITE CROSSWALK VIOLATORS 1
July 12, 1951 MORE OBJECTIONS RAISED BY TOWN ON BUS SERVICE 1
July 12, 1951 SECOND LAKE BRIDGE, TUBE IS BOOSTED 1
July 12, 1951 TRAFFIC CONTROL PROGRAM LAUNCHED HERE (PHOTO OF DOWNTOWN) 1
July 12, 1951 JOYCE WARREN, NORRIS SANDERSON 10
July 19, 1951 YOUNGER'S MINTS - GRAND OPENING 9
July 19, 1951 SCHNEIDER, HARRIE H 2
July 19, 1951 CITY SETS SLOT MACHINE FEE AT $25 PER MACHINE 1
July 19, 1951 FIRM SUPPLYING MATERIALS FOR NEW PLANT TOLD 11
July 19, 1951 GUST KALYBABA MAKES KIRKLAND SHOP CENTER FOR CHURCH PEW CONSTRUCT 11
July 19, 1951 YEARS OF HARD WORK TO BUILD CANDY BUSINESS HERE ... 1
July 19, 1951 RESULTS IN WELFARE DRIVE CLAIMED 1
July 19, 1951 SCHOONOVER, MICHAEL 1
July 19, 1951 WATT, ROBERT J 10
July 19, 1951 SWIM CERTIFICATES GIVEN OUT TO 111 AT COMPLETION OF RED CROSS PRO 11
July 19, 1951 UNIT LEADERS NAMED FOR KIRKLAND DAY CAMP STARTING JULY 23 11
July 19, 1951 REV WORDSWORTH WILL LEAVE SOON 7
July 19, 1951 BUS LINE WILL ADD TO LOCAL SERVICE 1
July 19, 1951 NEW PUMP TO AID WATER PRESSURE 1
July 19, 1951 JENICE GIBSON, DON WHITCHER 7
July 26, 1951 SAFEWAY - GRAND OPENING 8
July 26, 1951 HUGH BAKER, RETIRING MAIL CARRIER, DESCRIBES THE HISTORY OF RTE 2 11
July 26, 1951 COUNTY STUDIES CIVIC CENTER USE 1
July 26, 1951 FAMILIAR LANDMARK ON ROSE HILL TO BE REPLACED BY NEW RESIDENCE 6
July 26, 1951 OLD LANDMARK COMING DOWN (PHOTO OF ROSE HILL GROCERY) 6
July 26, 1951 SCHOOL WILL BUILD LOWER PRICED HOUSE 2
July 26, 1951 CITY ESTIMATES DEFENSE NEEDS 12
July 26, 1951 ADULT EDUCATION TO BE CONTINUED 2
July 26, 1951 NURSERY SCHOOL TO CLOSE TUESDAY 1
July 26, 1951 FIRE INSPECTION TO AID VOLUNTEERS 12
July 26, 1951 VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTERS FORM 10
July 26, 1951 HOUGHTON OBJECTS TO WATER RATE INCREASE 1
July 26, 1951 JUANITA CITIZENS CONTINUE FIGHT ON WELFARE ABUSE 5
July 26, 1951 SENATOR SHANK SOUR ON WELFARE WASTES; PRAISES JUANITANS 2
July 26, 1951 LIBRARY IN KIRKLAND WILL SEND MAGAZINES TO POSTS OVERSEAS 7
July 26, 1951 FOUR BOUTS LINED UP FOR WRESTLING EXTRAVAGANZA IN KIRKLAND SATURDAY 1
July 26, 1951 LITTLE LEAGUERS SEEKING NORTHWEST BASEBALL TITLE SATURDAY 1
July 26, 1951 PLANNING AHEAD ON PARKS, PLAYGROUNDS 2
July 26, 1951 FAMILIAR LANDMARK ON ROSE HILL TO BE REPLACED BY NEW RESIDENCE 6
July 26, 1951 CONTROL OF SPEED SOUGHT ON HIGHWAY AT EAST CITY LIMITS 12
July 26, 1951 JUST ONE CORNER HOLDING UP ROAD 12
July 26, 1951 NEW SIDEWALK PROJECT OKEYED 12
July 26, 1951 STREET ROADMIX APPEARS SUCCESS; APPLY 25 BLOCKS 14
July 26, 1951 HOUGHTON OBJECTS TO WATER RATE INCREASE 1
July 26, 1951 NEW SEWER INSTALLATION (PHOTO) 11
July 26, 1951 SETTLEMENT OF STRIKE NOT IN SIGHT 1
July 26, 1951 HOLLY JO IRVINE, VICTOR ULRICH 7
August 2, 1951 MCEVOY-ROGERS LUMBER - OPEN HOUSE 16
August 2, 1951 SAFEWAY - GRAND OPENING 13-Dec
August 2, 1951 "GYP" SEASON IN FULL SWING NOW 1
August 2, 1951 NEW SAFEWAY STORE IN KIRKLAND IMPRESSIVE IN SIZE, FACILITIES 6
August 2, 1951 DISMANTLING FERRY DOCK STARTED HERE 1
August 2, 1951 MCEVOY-ROGERS SET OPEN HOUSE 1
August 2, 1951 NEW TEACHERS ARE NAMED BY SCHOOL DIRECTORS 9
August 2, 1951 SCHOOL MAY GAIN BUILDING FUNDS 1
August 2, 1951 EAST SIDE BEST SIDE (COMPLAINTS ABOUT CARNIVALS) 1
August 2, 1951 CITY TO BALANCE WATER INCOME WITH EXPENSES 1
August 2, 1951 CLEANING PLANT HERE BEING SOLD 8
August 2, 1951 ROBBERS OF ELVES STORE CAPTURED 1
August 2, 1951 OLSON, PAUL G 5
August 2, 1951 LIFE AT DAY CAMP - APPETITES GOOD - LUNCH IS SERVED 9
August 2, 1951 NEAREST THING TO "OL SWIMMING HOLE" IS ... LAKE KIRKLAND 8
August 2, 1951 STATE TOURNEY NEXT FOR KIRKLAND 4
August 2, 1951 SIX LOCAL CHURCHES IN GRAHAM CRUSADE 14
August 2, 1951 AMATEUR ASTRONOMER FROM ROSE HILL BUILDS ... COMPLETE OBSERVATORY 3
August 2, 1951 DISMANTLING FERRY DOCK STARTED HERE 1
August 2, 1951 $10000 VACUUM FILTER INSTALLED 11
August 2, 1951 CITY TO BALANCE WATER INCOME WITH EXPENSES 1
August 2, 1951 ROSE HILL WATER DISTRICT EXPECTED TO START LAYING MAINS ABOUT SEP 1
August 2, 1951 TELEPHONE PARLEY ON THIS MORNING 1
August 9, 1951 OUR TOWN (CAMPBELL, WOODY) 2
August 9, 1951 READY FOR SCHOOL - 1956 (FIRST TWINS IN NEW HOSPITAL) 12
August 9, 1951 CENTRAL GRADE SCHOOL (PHOTO) 3
August 9, 1951 CONSTRUCTION ON NEW HIGH SCHOOL GYM MAY BE STARTED IN 1951 11
August 9, 1951 DISTRICT'S NEW GRADE SCHOOL (PHOTO OF JUANITA GRADE SCHOOL) 2
August 9, 1951 FERRY DOCK DISMANTLING (PHOTO) 8
August 9, 1951 SALLY GOES SHOPPING 10
August 9, 1951 PRESENT CITY ORDINANCE CAN KEEP CARNIVALS OUT OF KIRKLAND 8
August 9, 1951 DENNY PARK FIRE BLAZES 1
August 9, 1951 COUNCIL MAY VOTE STREET REPAIRS 2
August 9, 1951 JUANITA WELFARE COMMITTEE ACTIVE 5
August 9, 1951 A MESSAGE TO EMPLOYEES OF TELEPHONE COMPANY (AD) 13
August 9, 1951 TELEPHONE STRIKE IN STALEMATE AFTER 3 WEEKS 1
August 9, 1951 CITY POWERLESS TO CONTROL SPEED ABOVE SAFEWAY 8
August 9, 1951 POLICE BREAK AUTO PARTS THEFT RING, NAB YOUTHFUL COUPLES 1
August 9, 1951 YMCA PROPOSES FULL YEAR 'ROUND RECREATION PROGRAM IN CIVIC CENTER 5
August 9, 1951 DENNY PARK FIRE BLAZES 1
August 9, 1951 EVERETT MEMORIAL PARK ESTABLISHED 13
August 9, 1951 NEW PARKING LOTS TO HOLD 156 CARS 1
August 9, 1951 FERRY DOCK DISMANTLING (PHOTO) 8
August 9, 1951 CITY POWERLESS TO CONTROL SPEED ABOVE SAFEWAY 8
August 9, 1951 COUNCIL MAY VOTE STREET REPAIRS 2
August 9, 1951 EAST SIDE BEST SIDE (DISCUSSIONS OF TRAFFIC) 1
August 9, 1951 TELEPHONE STRIKE IN STALEMATE AFTER 3 WEEKS 1
August 9, 1951 WATER RATE CHANGES START SEPTEMBER 1 1
August 16, 1951 MR AND MRS AXEL MAGNUSSON MARK GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY HERE 6
August 16, 1951 KIRKLAND MAIL CARRIER EMIL ENGELBREKT ... ASCENT OF RAINIER 6
August 16, 1951 KIRKLAND MAN IS LEO LASSEN'S ASSISTANT (RHODES, MICHAEL) 4
August 16, 1951 OUR TOWN (DICK, GORDON) 2
August 16, 1951 COLLINS SCHOOL (PHOTO) 3
August 16, 1951 AIR RAID INSTRUCTIONS 7
August 16, 1951 DRIVING TEACHERS OFFERED SPECIAL TRAINING COURSE 5
August 16, 1951 NURSERY SCHOOL OFFERED FREE RENT IN HOUGHTON 1
August 16, 1951 SCHOOL POPULATION EXPECTED UPWARD; COUNTY HAS 53700 11
August 16, 1951 BIG BRUSH FIRE TO END IN COURT 1
August 16, 1951 FIRE DEPARTMENT SEEKING HOUSING FOR EQUIPMENT 8
August 16, 1951 MUNY LEAGUE STUDIES, WATER, MANAGER, PUDS 1
August 16, 1951 POLICE FORCE ASKS FOR HIGHER WAGES AS PRELIMINARY BUDGET WORK STARTS 1
August 16, 1951 HOUGHTON TO SPEND $3000 ON STREETS; ANNUAL COST $8000 1
August 16, 1951 NURSERY SCHOOL OFFERED FREE RENT IN HOUGHTON 1
August 16, 1951 JUANITA INDUSTRY PRODUCES PICKLES BY THE PECK FOR PUGET SOUND ARE 9
August 16, 1951 COUNTY SHOWS INTEREST IN JUANITA CAMPAIGN AGAINST WELFARE CHISELER 2
August 16, 1951 AGREEMENT REACHED IN TELEPHONE STRIKE 1
August 16, 1951 POLICE FORCE ASKS FOR HIGHER WAGES AS PRELIMINARY BUDGET WORK STARTS 1
August 16, 1951 HOUGHTON RESIDENTS WILL HAVE USE OF COUNTY LIBRARY AFTER SEPT 1 5
August 16, 1951 LINDBERG, ANDREW (VETERAN OF INDIAN WAR) 11
August 16, 1951 BLACKTOP SURFACE TO BE USED ON TWO FREE CITY PARKING LOTS 9
August 16, 1951 EAST SIDE HIGHWAY PROPOSED (MAP) 5
August 16, 1951 HOUGHTON TO SPEND $3000 ON STREETS; ANNUAL COST $8000 1
August 16, 1951 AGREEMENT REACHED IN TELEPHONE STRIKE 1
August 16, 1951 CHARLOTTE MCMONIGLE, ROBERT BAILIE 10
August 23, 1951 THORNES (W B "CAP") CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING 10
August 23, 1951 OUR TOWN (WILSIE, LUELLA) 2
August 23, 1951 GYMNASIUM NEXT SCHOOL PROJECT 1
August 23, 1951 INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (PHOTO) 3
August 23, 1951 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 13
August 23, 1951 74 BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE CONTRIBUTE TO FREE PARKING AREAS 1
August 23, 1951 SALLY GOES SHOPPING 12
August 23, 1951 ADULT EDUCATION FACES REDUCTION 1
August 23, 1951 FACULTY CHANGES AT JUNIOR HIGH ANNOUNCED HERE 13
August 23, 1951 LAKE WASHINGTON ADULT EDUCATION GIVEN PUBLICITY 9
August 23, 1951 NURSERY SCHOOL SCHEDULED TO OPEN AT HOUGHTON QUARTERS SEPTEMBER 5 8
August 23, 1951 THREE FIRE CREWS FIGHT BRUSH FIRE 1
August 23, 1951 25 NEW PARKING METERS INSTALLED 9
August 23, 1951 CITY BIDS CALLED ON OIL, PIPE, RENT, BILLING MACHINE 1
August 23, 1951 SPECIAL ELECTION ON CITY MANGER PROPOSED 1
August 23, 1951 SHEARER, ROBERT L 1
August 23, 1951 TO INSTALL TRAFFIC SIGNS NEAR SAFEWAY 1
August 23, 1951 OUTSIDE UTILITY SERVICE CHARGES EXPLAINED BY CITY 5
August 23, 1951 SEWER CONNECTIONS REQUIRED IN CITY 1
August 23, 1951 ANITA OLSON, RICHARD PENNINGTON 10
August 23, 1951 JANNA ZOE UNDERWOOD, HARVEY E THOMPSON 10
August 30, 1951 HOLM ROOFING AND SIDING - OPEN HOUSE 5
August 30, 1951 PAULS JEWELERS - GRAND OPENING 7
August 30, 1951 OUR TOWN (FORTE, WILLIAM M) 2
August 30, 1951 OK NEW BUILDING NEAR CITY HALL, ANOTHER STOPPED 2
August 30, 1951 LAWN FOR JUANITA SCHOOL APPROVED 11
August 30, 1951 ROSE HILL SCHOOL (PHOTO) 3
August 30, 1951 THIRTEEN ACRES OF LAWN SURROUNDS NEW LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 9
August 30, 1951 HOLM ROOFING COMPANY TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE 5
August 30, 1951 OPENING OF JEWELRY STORE IS POSTPONED 1
August 30, 1951 SALLY GOES SHOPPING 13
August 30, 1951 EAST SIDE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL MOVED TO NEW LOCATION; VOLUNTEERS HELP 5
August 30, 1951 EXCEPTIONAL CHILD PROGRAM TO BE AT STEWART HEIGHTS 10
August 30, 1951 EXPECT 575 STUDENTS TO ASSEMBLE HERE NEXT WEDNESDAY MORNING 1
August 30, 1951 LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH EXPECTS ENROLLMENT OF 575 FOR 1951-52 9
August 30, 1951 PRICE OF SCHOOL LUNCHES RAISED 9
August 30, 1951 SIX NEW TEACHERS ADDED TO FACULTY 10
August 30, 1951 BETSEY CAREY, HERBERT PODELL 10
August 30, 1951 SIGNS INDICATE THAT JUANITA CAMPAIGN AGAINST WELFARE CHISELERS PAY 2
August 30, 1951 POLICE ACT ON HOLD-UP TIP-OFF 1
August 30, 1951 BANDARET, GEORGE (PIONEER ROAD-BUILDER) 7
August 30, 1951 PARKING LOT WORK UNDERWAY; FUND STILL INCREASING 1
August 30, 1951 SEATTLE C OF C URGES SECOND BRIDGE, TRAFFIC COUNT ON PRESENT BRIDGE 1
August 30, 1951 BETTY HASSING, CLAUDE BARNETT 11
August 30, 1951 FREDERICKA HAIGHT, BRUCE BECHTEL 11
September 6, 1951 JOIN THE NATIONAL GUARD 3
September 6, 1951 WILL REQUIRE OKEY FOR SOLICITATIONS 8
September 6, 1951 RECORD OF 3700 ENROLL IN SCHOOLS 1
September 6, 1951 TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS FOR GRADE AND HIGH SCHOOLS ANNOUNCED 12
September 6, 1951 CITY PROPOSES $334,533 BUDGET, INCREASE OF $72,598 1
September 6, 1951 HOUGHTON RESIDENTS MAY BORROW BOOKS ON LIBRARY SYSTEM 9
September 6, 1951 HOUGHTON RESIDENTS MAY BORROW BOOKS ON LIBRARY SYSTEM 9
September 6, 1951 NATIONAL GUARD UNIT HERE SEEKING MEN IN 'OPERATIONS DOUBLE' DRIVE 1
September 6, 1951 RECRUITING OFFICE OPENED IN KIRKLAND 8
September 6, 1951 DAWSON, ROBERT D 14
September 6, 1951 PINNEY, OLIVE 13
September 6, 1951 TRIO LEASES JUANITA CLUB FROM FARRAR 1
September 6, 1951 CONTRACTS LET ON 8 MILES OF LINES WATER DISTRICT 9
September 6, 1951 EXTENDED SERVICE HEARING SLATED FOR OCTOBER 3RD 1
September 6, 1951 NO CATS AND DOGS IN LAST WEEKS RAIN, BIOLOGY TEACHER EXPLAINS... 1
September 13, 1951 MR AND MRS KRAKENBERG HONORED MONDAY ON OCCASION OF 60TH WEDDING 12
September 13, 1951 OUR TOWN (MCGREGOR, ESTHER) 2
September 13, 1951 DEDICATE JUANITA SCHOOL SEPT 23 1
September 13, 1951 PENELOPE PORCUPINE VENTURES OUT ONTO HIGHWAY; EXPERIENCE FATAL 9
September 13, 1951 LOCAL ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES ARE RESUMED 8
September 13, 1951 DELAY ON PARKING LOT IS EXPLAINED 1
September 13, 1951 MAYOR'S SALARY INCREASE WOULD BE FOR NEW MAN 1
September 13, 1951 THE CITY MANAGER LAW 2
September 13, 1951 CITY DECORATION FOR CHRISTMAS LOOKS PROMISING 1
September 13, 1951 ATTORNEY DROPS HOUGHTON CASE AGAINST KIRKLAND 1
September 13, 1951 TOWN OF HOUGHTON BUDGET NEARLY DOUBLED TO $30002 1
September 13, 1951 FOLLAND, WILLIAM R 15
September 13, 1951 MORLEY, ADAH R 15
September 13, 1951 PEERY, LESLIE 6
September 13, 1951 RUTH GWERDER, JAMES CURTIS WALKER 10
September 13, 1951 SUSAN SMITH, IRA RICHARD MEYERS 11
September 20, 1951 DEDICATE JUANITA SCHOOL ON SUNDAY (PHOTOS OF NEW AND OLD SCHOOLS) 12
September 20, 1951 SCHOOL BOARD STYMIED BY STATE ON COSTS FOR PROPOSED GYMNASIUM 1
September 20, 1951 RULES REVISED ON DOWN-PAYMENTS FOR NEW, OLD HOMES UP TO $12000 3
September 20, 1951 NEW JEWELRY STORE OPENS IN KIRKLAND 4
September 20, 1951 NEW STORE HEAD FOR UNDERWOOD'S 10
September 20, 1951 CENTRAL'S NINE TWIN SETS (PHOTO OF TWINS) 1
September 20, 1951 ARGUMENT FOR CITY MANAGER PLAN 2
September 20, 1951 TEACHERS SALARIES STILL UP IN THE AIR 8
September 20, 1951 JUANITA FIREBUG IS BEING SOUGHT 8
September 20, 1951 CITY MANGER ELECTION NOVEMBER 20 1
September 20, 1951 PRELIMINARY BUDGET - TOWN OF HOUGHTON 5
September 20, 1951 PRELIMINARY BUDGET - TOWN OF HOUGHTON 5
September 20, 1951 JUANITA FIREBUG IS BEING SOUGHT 8
September 20, 1951 300 SAILORS TO PARTICIPATE HERE 1
September 20, 1951 JOHNSON, ALENA 14
September 20, 1951 KIRKLAND FOURTH LARGEST CITY IN COUNTY; ENJOYS 130% BOOST IN POP 1
September 20, 1951 PARKING LOT PROGRESSES (PHOTO) 1
September 20, 1951 MAXINE STRAND, WAUYNE RUSHING 10
September 27, 1951 OUR TOWN (LELAND, ALFRED E) 2
September 27, 1951 COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE LAUNCHED HERE WITH LIVELY LUNCHEON SESSION 1
September 27, 1951 350 ENROLL IN ADULT EDUCATION 3
September 27, 1951 BOOSTS IN SCHOOL COSTS SUPPORTED 1
September 27, 1951 POLL INDICATES TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS FAVOR EXTENDED SERVICE 1
September 27, 1951 PATTI RUTH PHILLIPS, BERT ROLAND PEDERSEN 10
October 4, 1951 TRADEWELL - GRAND OPENING 13-Dec
October 4, 1951 A L BURTON WAS SPANISH WAR VET 20
October 4, 1951 NEW BUILDINGS INDICATE PROGRESS 6
October 4, 1951 CHRISTIAN SCHOOL DEDICATION SET 10
October 4, 1951 TRADEWELL SUPER MARKET OPENS TODAY 9
October 4, 1951 COMMUNITY CHEST WORKERS EMPLOY ROWBOATS, HORSES ON ASSIGNMENTS 20
October 4, 1951 DELIGHTFUL LIVING (3 AERIAL PHOTOS OF KIRKLAND AREA) 7
October 4, 1951 INSURANCE, COAL BIDS AWARDED BY SCHOOL DISTRICT 17
October 4, 1951 LAKE WASHINGTON BUDGET APPROVED 9
October 4, 1951 MAYOR RULES ON COUNCIL ROOMS USE 9
October 4, 1951 COMMUNITY'S GROWTH IN FIFTY YEARS IS RECORD OF WORK AND FINE SPIRIT 1
October 4, 1951 KIRKLAND'S FIRST NEWSPAPER PUBLISHES IN SEATTLE IN 1890 3
October 4, 1951 OLD PHOTOS OF BOATS, CARS, ROADS, FERRIES 5
October 4, 1951 PETER KIRK, CITY FOUNDER'S SON DIES 9
October 4, 1951 PHOTO OF WELCOME SIGN FROM 1916 1
October 4, 1951 THEN AND NOW (OLD PHOTOS) 3
October 4, 1951 SMALL INDUSTRIES CONTINUE TO GROW (PHOTOS OF HATCHERY AND CANNERY 8
October 4, 1951 PETER KIRK, CITY FOUNDER'S SON DIES 9
October 4, 1951 ADDELMAN, ETHEL C 9
October 4, 1951 KIRK, PETER 9
October 4, 1951 KIRKLAND CIVIC FIELD BUSY PLACE (AERIAL PHOTO) 2
October 4, 1951 OLD PHOTOS OF BOATS, CARS, ROADS, FERRIES 5
October 4, 1951 INSTALL WARNING SIGNS ON HIWAY 16
October 4, 1951 LAST OF PHONE HEARINGS HELD, RATES PROPOSED 9
October 4, 1951 DOROTHY MARILYN KOSBAB, ERNEST RAYMOND PRATT 18
October 11, 1951 FORMER ENGINEER MAKES DRAPES AND SHADES FROM STRIPS OF FINE WOOD 13
October 11, 1951 ROBINSON RESIGNS AS C OF C PREXY 1
October 11, 1951 COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE IS LAGGING 1
October 11, 1951 HOW ROSE HILL GOT ITS NAME 10
October 11, 1951 $3000 BURGLARY OF SAFEWAY STORE 1
October 11, 1951 BERGMAN, GEORGE EDWIN 1
October 11, 1951 MCINTYRE, R J 1
October 11, 1951 NORDSTROM, RUTH 1
October 11, 1951 TYLER, ROY F 1
October 11, 1951 KIRKLAND CIVIC CENTER FULL-TIME RECREATION PROGRAM STARTED 9
October 11, 1951 HOW ROSE HILL GOT ITS NAME 10
October 11, 1951 BOOST IN POSTAL RECEIPTS REFLECTS GROWTH OF EAST SIDE COMMUNITIES 12
October 11, 1951 CITY INCREASES INCOME FROM TWO WATER CONTRACTS 12
October 11, 1951 PAIR OF ROSE HILL WEATHER STATIONS ARE INDEPENDENT AND NON-COMPETITIVE 7
October 11, 1951 YVONNE JOHNSON, PHILLIP CONWAY 6
October 18, 1951 FARMERS FIGHT COUNTY ZONING, HEARING SET 1
October 18, 1951 OUR TOWN (GRAY, LESLIE ARTHUR) 2
October 18, 1951 ELECTRIC, APPLIANCE STORE TO OPEN HERE 1
October 18, 1951 PAULS COME IN PAIRS ON KIRKLAND AVENUE WHERE THEY OPERATE JEWELRY 12
October 18, 1951 COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE $1522 SHORT 1
October 18, 1951 CIVILIAN DEFENSE BECOMES OFFICIAL CITY DEPARTMENT 8
October 18, 1951 PEOPLE ALARMED OVER LAG IN CIVIL DEFENSE 2
October 18, 1951 CITY STUDIES PROPOSAL TO IMPROVE, ENLARGE DOWNTOWN WATERFRONT 1
October 18, 1951 KEEP ARCHITECT? RULING REQUESTED BY SCHOOL BOARD 1
October 18, 1951 CITY INSURANCE BIDS POSTPONED 5
October 18, 1951 CITY STUDIES PROPOSAL TO IMPROVE, ENLARGE DOWNTOWN WATERFRONT 1
October 18, 1951 MAGNUSSON, EMMA C 2
October 18, 1951 TOLMAN, ROY 10
October 18, 1951 WARNER, MARVIN L 1
October 18, 1951 FULL-FLEDGED RECREATION PROGRAM UNDERTAKEN BY CITY AND YMCA... 5
October 18, 1951 KIRKLAND KOREAN WAR HERO BURIED (WARNER, MARVIN L) 1
October 18, 1951 MARLINE SAMPONT, JERRY MANKA 10
October 25, 1951 LANDMARK IS LEVELED (PHOTO OF JUANITA "BARREL") 8
October 25, 1951 RICHARDSON, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HEAD, INSTALLED 1
October 25, 1951 COLLECTIONS LAG IN COMMUNITY CHEST CITY DRIVE 1
October 25, 1951 CONTRACT LEGAL, SCHOOL INFORMED BY PROSECUTOR 1
October 25, 1951 SCHOOL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN BEING SUCCESSFULLY OPERATED HERE 9
October 25, 1951 LITA CLAIR HULL, REV JACQUES ABERCROMBIE REGNAULT 10
October 25, 1951 PROS-CONS ON MANGER PLAN TOPIC 1
October 25, 1951 LIVESTOCK RAISERS NOT HINDERED BY COUNTY ORDINANCE 1
October 25, 1951 HEISDORF-NELSON OPEN NEW BRANCH 1
October 25, 1951 JUANITA GROUP OPPOSES EXTENDED TELEPHONE SERVICE 7
October 25, 1951 NORDSTROM, E F 16
October 25, 1951 JUANITA GROUP OPPOSES EXTENDED TELEPHONE SERVICE 7
November 1, 1951 A NAVY FROGMAN HAS FUN ON LEAVE (BOWERMAN, BEN) 9
November 1, 1951 OUR TOWN (SODERQUIST, DONALD E) 1
November 1, 1951 CHEST CAMPAIGN 'OVER THE TOP' 1
November 1, 1951 AUDREY HALL, JAMES L CHEW 10
November 1, 1951 BARBER QUARTETS SEEKING SINGERS 9
November 1, 1951 INTERESTED PARTICIPANTS - CITIZENS ENJOY MANAGER FORUM 1
November 1, 1951 REV IVAN SMITH IS NEW MINISTER 1
November 8, 1951 PANTORIUM BUYS LOCAL LAUNDRY 9
November 8, 1951 SEWING MACHINE STORE WILL OPEN 2
November 8, 1951 APARTMENT HOUSE ZONING HERE RECOMMENDED 1
November 8, 1951 POTLUCK SUPPER WILL GET BIG JUANITA CARNIVAL UNDERWAY... 10
November 8, 1951 LOW FIRE LOSSES IN DISTRICT 41 1
November 8, 1951 LET'S HAVE A LOOK AT THE RECORD 1
November 8, 1951 MAYOR OPPOSES MANAGER PLAN 1
November 8, 1951 FARMER'S UNION ORGANIZED HERE 8
November 8, 1951 B.P.O ELKS INSTITUTES NEW LODGE 1
November 8, 1951 OKEY CONCRETE WALK TO CIVIC CENTER 2
November 8, 1951 COLORFUL HISTORY OF RAILROADING STILL INCLUDES IMPORTANT MAN AT T 9
November 8, 1951 NEW WATER AND SEWER CONTRACTS TO INCREASE CITY'S INCOME BY $15000 1
November 8, 1951 TOLL-FREE PHONE SERVICE OKEYED 1
November 15, 1951 VOTE YES FOR CITY-MANAGER 6
November 15, 1951 OUR TOWN (SHOVLIN, DAN) 2
November 15, 1951 PARENTS, TEACHERS VISIT TEEN CANTEEN; MEMBERS TELL DUTIES 9
November 15, 1951 COUNCIL-MANAGER ELECTION TUESDAY 1
November 15, 1951 DOCTOR, FORMER MAYOR OF KIRKLAND, ENDORSES THE COUNCIL-MANAGER PL 1
November 15, 1951 PARK BOARD AND DEFENSE BOARD SET UP BY CITY 9
November 15, 1951 PLANS SHAPE UP FOR FESTIVE YULE 1
November 15, 1951 ANNEXATION EXPANDS HOUGHTON POPULATION FIGURES TO 2926 1
November 15, 1951 COLMAN, MINNIE L 1
November 15, 1951 200 YOUNGSTERS IN CIVIC CENTER "Y" RECREATION 1
November 15, 1951 ANNEXATION EXPANDS HOUGHTON POPULATION FIGURES TO 2926 1
November 15, 1951 MOORING BUOYS DEBATE CONTINUES 1
November 22, 1951 KIRKLAND PANTORIUM - GRAND OPENING 12
November 22, 1951 ARCADE BUILDING PLANNED IN CITY BY UNDERWOOD 1
November 22, 1951 TO BE REPLACED (PHOTO OF SITE FOR NEW ARCADE) 12
November 22, 1951 ADVENTIST SCHOOL GETS NEW LIGHTING 4
November 22, 1951 SCHOOL PARENTS WILL GIVE VIEWS ON CHARITY DRIVES 12
November 22, 1951 DISTRICT PLANNING TO BE AIRED AT PUBLIC MEETINGS 2
November 22, 1951 SCHOOL REVISES PLANS FOR SHOPS, GYM TO SECURE $680000 STATE AID 1
November 22, 1951 MANAGER PLAN LOSES 766 TO 436 1
November 22, 1951 NEW CITY BOARDS NAMED BY MAYOR 1
November 22, 1951 KIRKLAND TO HAVE CHRISTMAS TRAIL 7
November 22, 1951 BUS SYSTEM IN CHANGE OF HANDS 1
November 22, 1951 LOCATION OF SECOND LAKE BRIDGE TO BE REVEALED IN EARLY DECEMBER 1
November 22, 1951 HEARINGS OPENED ON RATE BOOSTS FOR WEST COAST 1
November 22, 1951 PUGET SOUND POWER AND LIGHT CO PRESIDENT EXPLAINS PURCHASE PLAN 12
November 22, 1951 DELORAS DELONG, WILLIAM T KING 4
November 22, 1951 PATSIE MARIE HOWE, LARRY C WALLACE 4
November 29, 1951 KIRKLAND ELECTRIC AND APPLIANCE - GRAND OPENING 17-20
November 29, 1951 NEWEST KIRKLAND APPLIANCE STORE OPENS SATURDAY 1
November 29, 1951 REP JACKSON ADVOCATES MORE ARMS, ATOM POWER, IN VISIT HERE 1
November 29, 1951 TWO CHRISTMAS SEAL BOOTHS PLANNED IN POST OFFICE AND BANK 7
November 29, 1951 AUTOMATIC TRAFFIC SIGNAL APPROVED 1
December 6, 1951 NEW BAPTIST CHURCH (PICTURE) 16
December 6, 1951 KIRKLAND WOMAN BEGINS ONE-MAN CAMPAIGN TO HELP KOREAN CHILDREN 1
December 6, 1951 MARJORIE ROSE STENSLAND, JAMES E ERICKSON 12
December 6, 1951 CITY OPPOSES RATE BOOST FOR PHONES 1
December 6, 1951 SIX COUNCIL POSTS, MAYOR, CLERK AND CITY ATTORNEY OPEN FOR FILING 1
December 6, 1951 CLOSE-UP OF CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS (PHOTO) 9
December 6, 1951 DOWNTOWN SIDEWALK REBUILDING ORDERED 1
December 6, 1951 AUDREY HALL, JAMES L CHEW 2
December 13, 1951 OUR TOWN (PAULSON, LEONARD) 2
December 13, 1951 TRADEWELL'S OLD BUILDING LIKELY POST OFFICE SITE 1
December 13, 1951 NEW BEAUTY SHOP OPENS SATURDAY 2
December 13, 1951 CAMPAIGN PROVIDING CLOTHING AND SHOES FOR KOREANS IS PROGRESSING 7
December 13, 1951 SOHNS' 20TH ANNUAL FREE SHOW FOR KIDS AT GATEWAY SATURDAY 9
December 13, 1951 HOUGHTON FIREMEN TO GET NEW HOUSING 1
December 13, 1951 EAST SIDE BEST SIDE (STORY ABOUT OLD BANK) 1
December 13, 1951 CHRISTMAS TRAIL CONTEST ENTRIES LISTED BY KAHLE 1
December 13, 1951 HOUGHTON FIREMEN TO GET NEW HOUSING 1
December 13, 1951 ARMED MAN THREATENS KIRKLAND POLICE OFFICER 1
December 13, 1951 TRADEWELL'S OLD BUILDING LIKELY POST OFFICE SITE 1
December 13, 1951 OVER 1300 TURN OUT FOR CENTER PROGRAM 9
December 13, 1951 STREAMLINER EN ROUTE (PHOTO OF TRAIN) 23
December 13, 1951 NEW WATER SERVICE OPENED ON HILL 8
December 20, 1951 JUANITA POINT WOMAN HAS TWINS; PAIR ROUNDS OUT BASKETBALL TEAM 7
December 20, 1951 COMING DOWN (PHOTO) 7
December 20, 1951 OUTDOOR NATIVITY SCENE ON DISPLAY 9
December 20, 1951 SANTA SCHEDULED TO ARRIVE HERE THIS SATURDAY 1
December 20, 1951 CITY PURCHASES NEW POLICE CAR; STUDY TRUCK AND PROPERTY BIDS 1
December 20, 1951 AMATEUR RADIO CLUB HERE IS ORGANIZED 9
December 20, 1951 NEW HORIZON CLUB IS STARTED 9
December 20, 1951 LAVERNE LINDBERG, WALT FERGUSON 10
December 27, 1951 INTEREST ON SAVINGS WILL GO UP 11
December 27, 1951 OUR TOWN (WALKER, JULIAN) 3
December 27, 1951 CHRISTMAS HOOP TOURNEY ON 6
December 27, 1951 SANTA COMES TO TOWN 1
December 27, 1951 TOP RADIO AND TV STARS DUE HERE FOR BIG NEW YEAR'S PARTY 4
December 27, 1951 HOWLAND, PAUL 4
December 27, 1951 HOWLAND, WILLIAM K 4
December 27, 1951 MCCREARY, FRANK ELTON 9
December 27, 1951 VITAL STEPS ON BRIDGE COMPLETED 7
December 27, 1951 SHIRLEY ANN ORMBECK, DONALD RAATZ 7
January 3, 1952 FARM LAND ZONE STUDY CONTINUES 1
January 3, 1952 MR AND MRS R A DAHL CELEBRATE 35TH  WEDDING ANNIVERSARY TUESDAY 8
January 3, 1952 SANDERSON FAMILY GROWS TO OVER 60; HOLDS ANNUAL PARTY WITH GRANDMOTHER 5
January 3, 1952 NAZARENE CHURCH WILL BE CONSTRUCTED ACROSS FROM GREEN'S 1
January 3, 1952 MR-MRS FRED ROTH TAKE OVER BAKERY 11
January 3, 1952 MARCH OF DIMES CAMPAIGN BEGINS 1
January 3, 1952 COURSE IN PRE-SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY WILL BE OFFERED STARTING FEB 9 1
January 3, 1952 SOME OPENINGS REMAIN FOR ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES STARTING MONDAY 1
January 3, 1952 PIELICK HOME IS DAMAGED BY FIRE 7
January 3, 1952 AL LELAND UNOPPOSED FOR MAYOR'S POSITION 1
January 3, 1952 EYEBROWS GO UP AS COUNCIL BOOSTS PAY 9
January 3, 1952 40 YEARS AGO 2
January 3, 1952 ANOTHER OLD-TIMER (OLD PHOTO OF ROSE POINT AREA) 7
January 3, 1952 HERE ARE NEWS HIGHLIGHTS FOR KIRKLAND AREA DURING 1951 4
January 3, 1952 MCDANIELS, CHARLOTTE JANE 7
January 3, 1952 SMITH, ROBERT 7
January 3, 1952 EAST SIDE FEDERATED CLUBS SHOW IMPRESSIVE LIST OF 41 MEMBER GROUP 1
January 3, 1952 MOORING PROBLEM WILL BE SETTLED 1
January 3, 1952 PLAN RE-ACTIVATION OF LAKE WASHINGTON GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION 7
January 3, 1952 BEGIN DISTRIBUTION OF NEW PHONE BOOKS; AASHEIM, ZWEIFELHOFER AGAIN 1
January 3, 1952 SNOWFALL REACHES 2.12 INCH TOTAL; ROADS SLIPPERY 1
January 3, 1952 EDNA EARLINE WINGET, LAWRENCE EASTON 8
January 3, 1952 LITA CLAIR HULL, REV JACQUES ABERCROMBIE REGNAULT 8
January 10, 1952 FIFTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY OF MR AND MRS S P LENNOX 10
January 10, 1952 KIRKLAND WOMAN'S CLUB MARKS 32ND ANNIVERSARY 7
January 10, 1952 OUR TOWN (HUTCHINSON, JAMES) 2
January 10, 1952 OFFICIAL FIRST BABY OF 1952 1
January 10, 1952 TO BE REPLACED (PHOTO OF DISMANTLING OF UNION OIL STATION) 9
January 10, 1952 HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM APPROVED 1
January 10, 1952 RICHARDSON NAMED C OF C PRESIDENT 1
January 10, 1952 BETTY JEAN SWANSON, BOB KARELS ALSIN 8
January 10, 1952 MACK TRUCK OK FOR CITY STREETS 1
January 10, 1952 LIBRARY LOANS 35% MORE BOOKS IN 1951 THAN IN 1950; 880 BOOKS SOLD 2
January 10, 1952 KIRKLAND WOMAN'S CLUB MARKS 32ND ANNIVERSARY 7
January 10, 1952 "Y" RECREATION PROGRAM GROWS, PLAN MEMBERSHIP 1
January 10, 1952 OLSON SAYS INTEREST HIGH IN SECOND SPAN AND ROAD CONSTRUCTION 1
January 10, 1952 KIRKLAND SOLDIER RECEIVES MEDAL (ALEXANDER, ROBERT) 7
January 10, 1952 MARJORIE ARDELL SCHULTZ, HAROLD KENNETH SHAWHAN 8
January 10, 1952 VIRGINIA RAGSDALE, JOSEPH K SHELDON 9
January 17, 1952 FIFTY YEARS OF MARRIED LIFE CELEBRATED BY MR AND MRS S P LENNOX 10
January 17, 1952 OUR TOWN (FRYER, LODA) 2
January 17, 1952 PSYCHOLOGY CLASS STARTING FEB 7 5
January 17, 1952 GENEVIEVE GILDOW, JOHN L CHAMBERS 10
January 17, 1952 BARBERSHOP QUARTET PARADE FEBRUARY 16 4
January 17, 1952 CITY TO ACT ON SUIT BY HOUGHTON 1
January 17, 1952 TWO SHEEP ATTACK AND KILLED BY PACK OF DOGS ROAMING OUTSKIRTS... 1
January 17, 1952 CITY TO ACT ON SUIT BY HOUGHTON 1
January 17, 1952 SIZE, POPULATION OF HOUGHTON UP 1
January 17, 1952 RICHFIELD PLANS EXPANSION OF PLANT 5
January 17, 1952 1951 POLICE INCOME UP; COSTS DOWN 1
January 17, 1952 PAROLE OFFICERS, POLICE CHIEFS MEET IN KIRKLAND 1
January 17, 1952 POLICE OFFICERS ATTENDING LOCAL STATE SPONSORED TRAINING COURSE 4
January 17, 1952 PETERSON, PETER NICHOLAS 9
January 17, 1952 RODGERS, WILLIAM A 2
January 17, 1952 BLOOD DONATIONS BY ELKS TOPPING BPOE IN NATION 1
January 17, 1952 BIDS ARE CALLED ON CONSTRUCTION OF NEW HIGHWAY 1
January 24, 1952 OUR TOWN (DRAIN, ANTHONY Y) 2
January 24, 1952 SCHOOL MILK PRICE UP TO 7C BOTTLE FOR LUNCHROOMS 1
January 24, 1952 SUGGEST QUONSET FOR SCHOOL SHOP TO LOCAL BOARD 1
January 24, 1952 FIRED UP KIRKLAND CHAMBER TURNS ON GAS 1
January 24, 1952 FREE GIDEON BIBLES FOR SCHOOL PUPILS 3
January 24, 1952 AMELIA MORELLI, NELIO CESIDIO DI CORPO 10
January 24, 1952 CITY TRANSFERS FUNDS TO SAVE PAYING INTEREST 1
January 24, 1952 HOUSES FOR AUBURN - ONE A DAY BUILT - PLANNER HERE BUSY (PHOTOS) 13
January 24, 1952 KICKOFF TO RAISE FUNDS FOR RECREATION STARTS 1
January 24, 1952 FREE GIDEON BIBLES FOR SCHOOL PUPILS 3
January 24, 1952 KING WINTER HITS WITH BLAST HERE 1
January 31, 1952 ROGER GRISWOLD FOR CITY COUNCIL 1
January 31, 1952 PONDEROUS PORKER MIKE BEATS IKE IN GLOBE FEED'S BIG EATER TEST 2
January 31, 1952 CREDIT BUREAU HERE OPENS NEW OFFICE 1
January 31, 1952 LINCOLN WAS PRESIDENT...WHEN MRS (J W) BISEL WAS BORN 1
January 31, 1952 RUSSELL KELLOGG WINS SCOUTING'S HIGHEST AWARD, THE SILVER BEAVER 5
January 31, 1952 CHANGE OF SCENERY IN SIGHT FOR EMPLOYEES OF POST OFFICE HERE 1
January 31, 1952 NEW READING ROOM OPENED BY CHURCH IN BUSINESS AREA 5
January 31, 1952 MARCH OF DIMES DRIVE HERE REPORTED LAGGING BADLY 1
January 31, 1952 THREE CHARITABLE DRIVES GET OKEY FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN PARTICIPATION 2
January 31, 1952 FIRST APARTMENT ZONED AREA GIVEN APPROVAL BY CITY COUNCIL MONDAY 6
January 31, 1952 FIFTH ANNUAL PRIMROSE SHOW AT CIVIC CENTER APRIL 18, 19 AND 20 9
January 31, 1952 BURNS VIES WITH EWING FOR MAYOR 1
January 31, 1952 KNUDTSON, CLARA 11
January 31, 1952 NEW READING ROOM OPENED BY CHURCH IN BUSINESS AREA 5
January 31, 1952 ROUND ONE IN WATER FIGHT WON BY CITY 1
January 31, 1952 TWO FRANK STATEMENTS BY OPPONENTS 2
February 7, 1952 FIELDER BEALL FLOWERS, INC - GRAND OPENING 6
February 7, 1952 L M (VERN) PENNINGTON FOR CITY COUNCIL 5
February 7, 1952 OUR TOWN (BEALL, FIELDER) 2
February 7, 1952 WALT HARRISON, EX-HUSKY GRIDDER, NOW STARRING IN CHINCHILLA LEAGUE 9
February 7, 1952 FIELDER BEALL OPENING ONE OF STATE'S MOST MODERN FLOWER SHOPS 1
February 7, 1952 $15 MEMBERSHIP FOR CHAMBER SET 1
February 7, 1952 MERCHANTS BACK STYLE SHOW HERE 1
February 7, 1952 BRYANT TO RUN FOR CITY COUNCIL 1
February 7, 1952 CITY HARD PRESSED FOR EMPLOYEES WHO LIVE INSIDE LIMITS 1
February 7, 1952 EVOLUTION OF HOUGHTON POST OFFICE (PHOTOS) 6
February 7, 1952 POSTMASTER FOR HOUGHTON SOUGHT 1
February 7, 1952 POLICEMAN NABS TWO FOR HOLD-UP 1
February 7, 1952 GREENWALD, ERNEST W 8
February 7, 1952 LENNOX, SAMUEL 1
February 7, 1952 LENNOX, SAMUEL MRS 1
February 7, 1952 THOMPSON, A L 8
February 7, 1952 EVOLUTION OF HOUGHTON POST OFFICE (PHOTOS) 6
February 7, 1952 WORK IS STARTED ON FIXING PARK 5
February 7, 1952 BETTER BUS ROUTING IS URGED 1
February 7, 1952 UNDERGROUND CABLES FOR CITY ARE PLANNED 1
February 14, 1952 TRIBUTE TO VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT 5
February 14, 1952 KIRKLAND GIRL ONE OF TOP SCHOOL SCIENTISTS (KARASEK, DONNA MARIE) 10
February 14, 1952 WANNAMAKER PUTS APPROVAL STAMP ON HIGH SCHOOL GYM, SHOPS 1
February 14, 1952 NEW MANGER OF LELAND'S NAMED 1
February 14, 1952 TONSORIAL SONGBIRDS COMING HERE FROM NEAR AND FAR SATURDAY EVE 1
February 14, 1952 GRISWOLD, GILMOR AND BURMEISTER LEAD BALLOT IN COLORLESS PRIMARY 1
February 14, 1952 FLUORIDATION DEBATE NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT 12
February 14, 1952 HOUGHTON PLANNING COUNCIL TURNS DEAF EAR ON PLANNING COMMISSION PR 1
February 14, 1952 NEW POST OFFICE FOR HOUGHTON 1
February 14, 1952 MAIER, VERA M 5
February 14, 1952 NEW POST OFFICE FOR HOUGHTON 1
February 14, 1952 FACELIFTING OF BLACKTOP PLANNED 9
February 14, 1952 FINANCING, MATERIALS, POSSIBLE BARRIERS TO SECOND LAKE BRIDGE 9
February 14, 1952 TECHNICIANS BUSY INSTALLING NEW PHONE EQUIPMENT 12
February 21, 1952 NEW USED CAR LOT ESTABLISHED HERE 11
February 21, 1952 BOOK SELECTION UP TO TEACHERS - SCHOOL BOARD 1
February 21, 1952 SCHOOL INTEREST UP, SAYS BOWIE 1
February 21, 1952 HAZEL ANNE OMESTAD, RODNEY SAMUELSON 8
February 21, 1952 JUNE ELLEN STINSON, LOYER, REV CHARLES L 10
February 21, 1952 CITY FACED WITH $20000 GOV'T CLAIM 1
February 21, 1952 COLLINSWOOD SCHOOL PUPILS IN 1914 (PHOTO) 12
February 21, 1952 HOUGHTON STUDIES WATER AND SEWER 8
February 21, 1952 BANK, POST OFFICE, SHOPPING CENTER ENVISIONED BY JUANITA CLUB  2
February 21, 1952 NON-RESIDENT FEES FOR LIBRARY UPPED 6
February 21, 1952 NEILSON, MARIE E 1
February 21, 1952 CITY COUNCIL AND SCHOOL CANDIDATES TO APPEAR AT PUBLIC MEETING 9
February 21, 1952 KANGAROOS QUIT PUGET SOUND LOOP 1
February 21, 1952 CITY PUTS STOP ON WATER LINE 1
February 28, 1952 JOE STEINER FOR SCHOOL ELECTIONS 9
February 28, 1952 FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY NOTED BY 4-H'ERS 7
February 28, 1952 ROSE HILL COMMUNITY CLUB TO CELEBRATE 41ST ANNIVERSARY 7
February 28, 1952 OUR TOWN (SANDOZ, EVELYN) 2
February 28, 1952 APPLIANCE MAN JOINS HARDWARE 1
February 28, 1952 MORE COMMUNITY FUND MONEY TURNED IN BY LOCAL GROUPS 2
February 28, 1952 SALARY SCHEDULE FOR PRINCIPALS AGREED BY BOARD 1
February 28, 1952 SCHOOL TAX DIP NOTED BY JOHNSON 1
February 28, 1952 EVEN HAIR STYLES TO BE LATEST IN LOCAL STYLE SHOW 1
February 28, 1952 FRIENDLY BIRDS WHO COME AND GO DURING WINTER HERE ARE GROSBEAKS 1
February 28, 1952 NEW FIRE LOSSES NOTED BY MAYOR 9
February 28, 1952 FLUORIDATION BECOMING HOT TOPIC 2
February 28, 1952 TREMAINE'S OPENING HEALTH FOOD SECTION 13
February 28, 1952 BUILDING OF THE FERRY LINCOLN 8
February 28, 1952 DONNAHUE, FLETCHER 6
February 28, 1952 ENEBORG, AUGUSTA 6
February 28, 1952 HOLE-IN-ONE GOLF TOURNEY OPENS SATURDAY AT JUANITA 1
February 28, 1952 KANGAROOS BERATED BY COACH SMITH AS SHOWING "LACK IN EFFORT" 4
February 28, 1952 WATERFRONT BEAUTIFICATION PLANNED (PICTURE) 9
February 28, 1952 ROSE HILL COMMUNITY CLUB TO CELEBRATE 41ST ANNIVERSARY 7
February 28, 1952 BUILDING OF THE FERRY LINCOLN 8
March 6, 1952 BOARD MEMBERS EXPLAIN PURCHASE OF SCHOOL TRACT 1
March 6, 1952 GIRLS ALMOST HYSTERICAL GETTING OUTFITS TOGETHER FOR COMING HOP 2
March 6, 1952 BITTER SCHOOL BOARD RACE ELECTION HIGHLIGHT 1
March 6, 1952 OTTO SMITH RESIGNS AS KANGAROO BASKETBALL COACH; QUITS SYSTEM 1
March 6, 1952 GOLDILOCKS AND THREE BEARS (ADOPTED BEAR CUBS) 1
March 6, 1952 HOUGHTON SEEKS OPINION ON SALE OF CITY'S UTILITIES 1
March 6, 1952 CROSS, RACHEL E 8
March 6, 1952 GRANGE, CLAYTON 8
March 6, 1952 LANG, LESTER ALLAN 8
March 6, 1952 PETERSEN, MARIA 6
March 6, 1952 PETERSON, AUGUST B 8
March 6, 1952 PUTISON, EMILY 8
March 6, 1952 BITTER SCHOOL BOARD RACE ELECTION HIGHLIGHT 1
March 6, 1952 MUNY LEAGUE RATES CANDIDATES FOR SCHOOL, CITY 2
March 6, 1952 OTTO SMITH RESIGNS AS KANGAROO BASKETBALL COACH; QUITS SYSTEM 1
March 6, 1952 HOUGHTON SEEKS OPINION ON SALE OF CITY'S UTILITIES 1
March 13, 1952 GERTJES PURCHASE MITCHELL BUILDING 2
March 13, 1952 GROUND-BREAKING (PHOTO OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH GROUND BREAKING) 1
March 13, 1952 BOWIE DEFEATS STEINER FOR SCHOOL BOARD POST 1
March 13, 1952 GRISWOLD, BURMESTER AND GILMOR ELECTED TO KIRKLAND COUNCIL 1
March 13, 1952 FLUORIDATION OF WATER DISCUSSED 1
March 13, 1952 HOUGHTON HAS NEW MAYOR 1
March 13, 1952 POLICE RECOVER TWO STOLEN CARS 1
March 13, 1952 CASE, BESSIE SLOAN 10
March 13, 1952 COLE, MRS VERN 11
March 13, 1952 PEACH, HERMAN J 1
March 13, 1952 VENEMA, BARRY JAY 8
March 13, 1952 ROSE HILL EXTENDS HELPING HAND TO RECREATION PROGRAM 12
March 20, 1952 OUR TOWN (JENSEN. HILNAR) 2
March 20, 1952 ROSE HILL SCHOOL PLANS STUDIED 8
March 20, 1952 RAYMOND'S OPENS IN NEW LOCATION 8
March 20, 1952 MONEY VS THEORY DIVIDES SCHOOL BOARD ON MONDAY 1
March 20, 1952 MAYOR ISSUES WARNING AGAINST SPEEDING 2
March 20, 1952 YOUTHS AND BILLIARDS CITY'S CONCERN; STUDY ORDINANCE 1
March 20, 1952 AF-ARMY RECRUITING OFFICE SET UP HERE 13
March 20, 1952 ANDERSON, EDITH J 5
March 20, 1952 WORK ON KIRKLAND MIDLAKES ROAD MAY BE STARTED NEXT YEAR 1
March 20, 1952 LAUREL TALLMAN, BERT PERRIGO 10
March 27, 1952 BIDS FOR NEW REDMOND BANK LET; KIRKLAND BANK TO BE REMODELED 1
March 27, 1952 STRONG LEGS TO WORK SO WEAK ONES MAY WALK IN ORTHOPEDIC EGG DRIVE 1
March 27, 1952 PARIS COMES TO KIRKLAND TOMORROW EVENING FOR 1952 FASHION PARADE 1
March 27, 1952 POLICE SOLVE CAR THEFTS, STRIPPINGS 1
March 27, 1952 SHAW, FREDERICK ERI 8
March 27, 1952 TAFT FAVORED OVER IKE, STRAW BALLOT HELD BY 46TH DISTRICT REPUBLICANS 13
March 27, 1952 PRIZES TOTALING $750 OFFERED BOYS AND GIRLS IN SUBSCRIPTION DRIVE 1
March 27, 1952 SIDEWALK REPAIRING UNDERWAY (PHOTO) 13
April 3, 1952 WILL TAYLORS, OF JUANITA, HONORED ON GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 2
April 3, 1952 NEW UNDERWOOD ARCADE TO BE COMPLETED IN MAY 1
April 3, 1952 FACES, LOCATIONS OF LOCAL FIRMS UNDERGO CHANGES 17
April 3, 1952 REALTOR OPENS NEW OFFICE HERE 1
April 3, 1952 CC MEMBERSHIP ONE-THIRD OF GOAL 1
April 3, 1952 PHYSICIST SPEAKS TO CHURCH GROUP 14
April 3, 1952 MCLAUGHLIN WILL COACH BASKETBALL 1
April 3, 1952 WILLIAM BOWIE AGAIN PRESIDENT OF SCHOOL BOARD 1
April 3, 1952 LIST OF NEW RESIDENTS ON EAST SIDE FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES READS L 9
April 3, 1952 'SOUPED-UP' VEHICLE FINALLY OVERTAKEN 6
April 3, 1952 JOURNAL CONTEST OFF TO LIVELY START 1
April 3, 1952 CLUB WILL SEEK RAILROAD SIGNAL 1
April 3, 1952 THREE WATER MAINS INSTALLED IN CITY 17
April 3, 1952 HELEN KREITER, ULYSSES DAVIS 14
April 10, 1952 WILL BISEL STARTLED ON 90TH BIRTHDAY BY LETTER FROM PRESIDENT TRUMAN 1
April 10, 1952 OUR TOWN (SAND, MRS LILLIEN) 14
April 10, 1952 CITY PURCHASES WAREHOUSE SITE 1
April 10, 1952 NEW FACES ENTER BUSINESS SCENE 7
April 10, 1952 SCHOOL BUDGET'S APPROVAL SLATED AT MAY 2 HEARING 2
April 10, 1952 MARCUS JOHNSON NEW POSTMASTER 1
April 10, 1952 PLANNING GROUP TO HEAR RE-ZONING REQUEST AT HOUGHTON 10
April 10, 1952 SPEED COSTLY TO LOCAL MOTORISTS 7
April 10, 1952 GILL, LEWIS P 17
April 10, 1952 HANSEN, HATTIE V 17
April 10, 1952 HANSEN, SIGNE 17
April 10, 1952 RADTKE, AUGUSTA E 17
April 10, 1952 RINDAL, PETER 17
April 10, 1952 CITY PASSES 5000 POPULATION MARK 1
April 10, 1952 TRAIN HITS CAR AT CROSSING, DRIVER UNHURT; LACK OF WARNING SIGNAL 11
April 10, 1952 ENTERING KIRKLAND (PHOTO OF HIGHWAY SIGN) 14
April 17, 1952 OPEN HOUSE ON SUNDAY FOR HULSES; CELEBRATING SILVER ANNIVERSARY 12
April 17, 1952 ARCHITECT'S DRAWING OF BANK 5
April 17, 1952 KIRKLAND PENNEY STORE OBSERVING GOLDEN JUBILEE 1
April 17, 1952 LOCAL UNITS AWAIT STATEWIDE CIVIL DEFENSE ALERT WITHIN NEXT 30 DA 1
April 17, 1952 CITIZENS COMMITTEE STUDYING SCHOOL QUESTIONS; NAME LOESBY CHAIRMAN 5
April 17, 1952 LOIS PAWLEY, JAMES GUY WICK 12
April 17, 1952 EAST SIDE PRIMROSE SHOW OPENS TOMORROW 1
April 17, 1952 GRASS CUTTINGS POLLUTE LAKE FRONT (PHOTO) 2
April 17, 1952 HOUGHTON TO CURB EXCESSIVE SPEED 4
April 17, 1952 CROSSIAN, ARCHIE W 17
April 17, 1952 FOOD, INCIDENTALS BRING $4,000,000 TO CITY ANNUALLY 5
April 17, 1952 KIRKLAND NOW 5121 LATEST COUNT SHOWS 1
April 17, 1952 AWARD CONTRACTS ON HIGHWAY JOBS 1
April 17, 1952 ELSIE ISAKSON, SUBULON WERRE 12
April 17, 1952 ESTHER EVELYN HIRSCHKORN, EDWARD EARL WOODS 12
April 17, 1952 LOIS SWANSON, ROBERT J BRASS 12
April 24, 1952 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 8
April 24, 1952 NEW UNDERWOOD ARCADE (PHOTO) 8
April 24, 1952 APPLIANCE DEALERS FORM ASSOCIATION 6
April 24, 1952 RED CROSS DRIVE $700 OFF QUOTA 1
April 24, 1952 EDDIE CADDELL'S BRILLIANT LETTER ON FREEDOM TO BE FORWARDED OVERSEAS 2
April 24, 1952 SCHOOL BUDGET OF $1,015,000 UNDER CONSIDERATION ON MAY 2 1
April 24, 1952 TO FETE MOTHERS HERE WITH PARADE 1
April 24, 1952 HIGH WIND FANS DOWNTOWN FIRE 1
April 24, 1952 ROSE HILL MAN SAVES NEWSPAPER WITH DETAILS OF TITANIC SINKING 12
April 24, 1952 RED-FACED MAYOR FINDS STATE OWNS ENTRANCE SIGNS 4
April 24, 1952 ARMY RECRUIT OFFICE HAS NEW QUARTERS 12
April 24, 1952 LOADED FOR BEAR - A BATTERY AT WORK - GUNS POWERFUL (PHOTOS) 9
April 24, 1952 TOP STATE 'HAM' RADIO OPERATORS TO GATHER AT HOBBY SHOW MAY 3-4 5
April 24, 1952 CITY AND FARRAR REACH AGREEMENT ON WATER LINES 1
May 1, 1952 $400,000 APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT BEGUN 1
May 1, 1952 $400,000 APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT BEGUN 1
May 1, 1952 REHIRE JOHNSON SUPERINTENDENT OF L W SCHOOLS 1
May 1, 1952 MOTHER'S PARADE TO INCLUDE KIDS 4
May 1, 1952 MAN MOLESTS GIRL GOING FROM SCHOOL 4
May 1, 1952 VANDALISM AT SCHOOL (PHOTOS) 11
May 1, 1952 GOVERNOR LANGLIE WILL SPEAK HERE 1
May 1, 1952 HOBBY SHOW FEATURE THIS WEEKEND WILL BE FAMOUS SHELL COLLECTION 1
May 1, 1952 NEW BUSES IN SERVICE 12
May 1, 1952 BETTY JEAN SWANSON, BOB KARELS ALSIN 10
May 8, 1952 BABY CANDIS CLARK CAUSES MORE THAN A LITTLE COMMOTION UPON ARRIVAL 1
May 8, 1952 WAREHOUSE SITE BOUGHT BY CITY 1
May 8, 1952 GRASS LAWN RANCH'S STURDY HOUSE COMES DOWN, MAKES ROOM FOR ROAD 2
May 8, 1952 UNUSUAL THINKING HURTS ORTHOPEDIC 12
May 8, 1952 SCHOOL BUDGET FOR '52-53 UPPED $84357 1
May 8, 1952 LOS MINSTRELS MEXICANOS MAY 16TH AT JUANITA FULL OF TABASCO SAUCE 7
May 8, 1952 MAYOR PROCLAIMS 'CLEAN-UP WEEK'; KIRKLAND WILL ATTACK TRASH HEAPS 1
May 8, 1952 PARADE THIS SATURDAY WILL HONOR ALL MOTHERS 1
May 8, 1952 ESCAPING PRISONERS, COLLISION, TOO MANY SPECTATORS - CONFUSION 5
May 8, 1952 MCKIBBEN, CHARLES GORDON 8
May 8, 1952 POOLING OF CARS AIDS COMMUTERS DURING BUS STRIKE 1
May 8, 1952 KIRKLAND IS PORT OF CALL (PHOTO) 1
May 8, 1952 CROSSWALK STUDY NEARS COMPLETION 1
May 8, 1952 DUSTING POLICY TOLD FOR CITY 1
May 8, 1952 SIDEWALK L.I.D. APPROVED BY CITY 1
May 8, 1952 SEWER HOOKUPS UNDER CITY STUDY 1
May 15, 1952 GREETINGS TO A NEWCOMER IN COMMUNITY (PICKERING, CHANDLER) 12
May 15, 1952 HEISDORF-NELSON'S NEW HATCHERY IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION 13
May 15, 1952 CIVIL DEFENSE UNITS SET FOR STATE-WIDE "RED ALERT" 1
May 15, 1952 HIGH SCHOOL TO GRADUATE 168 1
May 15, 1952 WHITE CLOTHES DAY (PHOTOS) 13
May 15, 1952 MOM FETED ONE DAY EARLY WITH GOOD OL' PARADE 1
May 15, 1952 KIDS WATCH FIRE DRILL (PHOTOS) 9
May 15, 1952 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL AS GOOD AS THEY COME 12
May 15, 1952 HOUGHTON SPEED LIMIT 25 UNDER NEW ORDINANCE 1
May 15, 1952 MATSON, ISAAC 15
May 15, 1952 TWO BIG BOY SCOUT ENCAMPMENTS TO BE HELD LOCALLY OVER WEEK-END 1
May 15, 1952 KANGAROO FLINGER HURLS NO-HITTER 1
May 15, 1952 COMMUTERS SOLVE RIDING PROBLEM 1
May 15, 1952 CITY COMPLETES SIDEWALK PROJECT 13
May 15, 1952 CURIOUS PEOPLE CAN'T STAY OFF PHONE 12
May 22, 1952 TRADEWELL - WILD ANIMAL SHOW 1
May 22, 1952 MRS MARY E ARNOLD CELEBRATES FULL CENTURY OF AMERICAN LIVING 6
May 22, 1952 LES CONNOLLY BUYS SHOE STORE FROM J L HARRIS 5
May 22, 1952 CANTEEN OFFICERS, HELPERS (PHOTO) 12
May 22, 1952 CITIZEN COUNCIL EXPECTS 600 NEW PUPILS WITHIN NEXT THREE SCHOOL Y 1
May 22, 1952 STUDENTS MAKING UP HIGH SCHOOL'S 1952 GRADUATION CLASS LISTED 9
May 22, 1952 CARNIVALS, YES OR NO, STUDIED BY CITY DADS 1
May 22, 1952 TOTAL DESTRUCTION (PHOTO OF FIRE AT B PROJECT) 7
May 22, 1952 CITY'S FEDERAL DEBT MAY GET EXTENSION 1
May 22, 1952 CUSTODIAL LABOR UNION TURNED DOWN BY SCHOOL BOARD 1
May 22, 1952 ROVER'S ROVING MAY COME TO END 1
May 22, 1952 SMITH, ANNA MARIE 15
May 22, 1952 THORDARSON, VERA ETTA 15
May 22, 1952 WATT, GEORGE S 15
May 22, 1952 WHITTLESEY, RAY 9
May 22, 1952 EIGHTY-FIVE BOYS IN SCOUT CAMP (PHOTOS) 1
May 22, 1952 SUMMER SWIMMING PROGRAM PLANS TO RECEIVE FIRST REVIEW TUESDAY 1
May 22, 1952 NEW WATERFRONT (MAP OF PROPOSED WATERFRONT PARK) 5
May 22, 1952 GET-TOUGH POLICY ON SEWER CONNECTIONS, NO SEPTIC TANKS ADOPTED BY 1
May 29, 1952 DAIRIES COMBINE MILK DISTRIBUTION 5
May 29, 1952 OUR TOWN (STROMBERG, PAUL) 2
May 29, 1952 LANDMARK DAMAGED BY FIRE (422 WAVERLY WAY) (PHOTO) 1
May 29, 1952 PHOTOS OF ENTIRE CLASS OF 1952 12
May 29, 1952 ALETHA MAE ISRAEL, WILLIAM E CLARKE 10
May 29, 1952 JANNETTE THOMPSON, JAMES WARREN NELSON 10
May 29, 1952 JOAN LEE, EVERETT AHRENS 10
May 29, 1952 LEONA MUNZIGER, DANIEL PETERSON 10
May 29, 1952 BEACHES DECLARED SAFE FOR SWIMMING 1
May 29, 1952 LANDMARK DAMAGED BY FIRE (422 WAVERLY WAY) (PHOTO) 1
May 29, 1952 THREE NEW PRECINCTS ARE CREATED 1
May 29, 1952 MARCHING UNITS SLATED FOR PARADE 1
May 29, 1952 BEACHES DECLARED SAFE FOR SWIMMING 1
May 29, 1952 FEMININE FISHERS FINED BY JUDGE 5
May 29, 1952 SPEED CRACKDOWN NETS 23 DRIVERS INSIDE HOUGHTON 2
May 29, 1952 RECOR, CHARLES E 15
May 29, 1952 SHORT, DONOVON 15
May 29, 1952 BEACHES DECLARED SAFE FOR SWIMMING 1
May 29, 1952 SIDEWALK PROJECTS NEAR COMPLETION 1
May 29, 1952 LEA BARNES, ROBERT HEIMOZ 10
June 5, 1952 WEDDING ANNIVERSARY HIGHLIGHTED BY REUNION (NEUMAN, MR AND MRS ) 10
June 5, 1952 OUR TOWN (BURMESTER, VERNE) 2
June 5, 1952 GREEN'S MARKS 16 YEARS OF SERVICE 10
June 5, 1952 NEW AUTO SALESMAN HAILS FROM MIDWEST 8
June 5, 1952 HARVARD SCHOLARSHIPS WON BY MCIVOR, DOBBS 1
June 5, 1952 PATRICIA GROSHELL CROWNED MAY FESTIVAL QUEEN BY MAYOR DURING ANNUAL 8
June 5, 1952 CONGRESS TO ACT ON CITY'S $20,000 1
June 5, 1952 JOHN EWING 3RD HOUGHTON MAYOR 8
June 5, 1952 CITY JAIL HOUSES TRAFFIC VIOLATORS 1
June 5, 1952 SERGEANT ROBERT ALEXANDER IS 25000TH VET TO LEAVE 2ND INFANTRY  7
June 5, 1952 HENDRICKSON, CARL EMIL 15
June 5, 1952 RECOR, CHARLES 7
June 5, 1952 RETKE, JOHN 15
June 5, 1952 COORDINATORS ELECT ALICE COLMAN; PLAN SUMMER SWIMMING PROGRAM 8
June 5, 1952 WATERFRONT PLANS GO TO COMMITTEE 1
June 5, 1952 RAILROAD SIGNALS PLANNED FOR CITY AT TWO CROSSING 1
June 5, 1952 $12,400,000 SECOND BRIDGE IS APPROVED 1
June 5, 1952 CONCRETE HIWAYS IN STATE URGED BY ROAD EXPERTS 1
June 5, 1952 SIDEWALK OWNERS GRANTED 30 DAYS FOR WORK COMPLETION 1
June 12, 1952 UNDERWOOD'S STORE TO NEW LOCATION 1
June 12, 1952 EVA MARILYN SMITH, PAUL KEARNEY 10
June 12, 1952 THERE'S TALK OF ANOTHER SUMMER FESTIVAL 2
June 12, 1952 FIREMEN FIGHT FUTILE BATTLE AS $100,000 BLAZE RAZES MOTORSHIP 1
June 12, 1952 HOUGHTON DROPS 1000 POPULATION, LATE COUNT SHOWS 1
June 12, 1952 HOUGHTON MAYOR NAMES CHAIRMEN, OTHER OFFICIALS 1
June 12, 1952 DRIVER GETS $100 FINE; 20 DAYS 1
June 12, 1952 CROW, CARIETTA AMANDA 1
June 12, 1952 COMPREHENSIVE SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM SCHEDULED FOR AREA 9
June 12, 1952 HOUGHTON DROPS 1000 POPULATION, LATE COUNT SHOWS 1
June 12, 1952 SECOND BRIDGE COMMITTEE DID A GOOD JOB 2
June 12, 1952 PHONE RATE INCREASES POSTPONED 1
June 19, 1952 PAIR CELEBRATING 50TH ANNIVERSARY (HEEGAR, MR AND MRS WALTER C) 6
June 19, 1952 BUILDING ACTIVITY (PHOTO OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK) 11
June 19, 1952 BUILDING ACTIVITY (PHOTO OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH) 11
June 19, 1952 GROCERY STORES MAY SELL WINE 1
June 19, 1952 MAYOR POMEROY TO SPEAK BEFORE C C ON TUESDAY 1
June 19, 1952 FELLOW GRADE SCHOOL PUPILS GIVE PARTY AND GIFTS TO MAYER CHILD 8
June 19, 1952 CIVIL DEFENSE FUNDS ARE BOOSTED 7
June 19, 1952 DEFENSE AUTHORITIES LIST SIMPLE RULES FOR SELF PROTECTION AGAINST 9
June 19, 1952 FLURRY OF FALSE ALARMS BRINGS STERN WARNING FROM IRRITATED FIRE C 4
June 19, 1952 NEW DEPARTMENTS ASSUME DUTIES IN CITY SETUP 1
June 19, 1952 BADTEN, JULIE MAE 13
June 19, 1952 NICHOLL, VIRGINIA RUTH 13
June 19, 1952 PECK, MARY HELEN 13
June 19, 1952 CITY SELLS WRONG LOTS, WILL REFUND 4
June 19, 1952 FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION WILL START MONDAY FOR SWIMMING PROGRAM 1
June 19, 1952 STEWART HEIGHTS BUS SERVICE IS PRUNED 1
June 19, 1952 TRAFFIC CONTROLS CONFRONTING CITY; TO REDUCE SPEEDS 1
June 19, 1952 WORK ON 16TH WEST NEAR COMPLETION 2
June 19, 1952 CITY MAY OPERATE GARBAGE DISPOSAL AS COUNCIL STUDIES WAYS AND MEANS 5
June 19, 1952 CITY PLANS WATER SYSTEM TO SERVE 80000 1
June 19, 1952 ESTHER DILL, PAUL C WAGNER 6
June 26, 1952 WILL CALL GYMNASIUM-SHOPS BID NEXT WEEK 1
June 26, 1952 WATER CARNIVAL FOR KIRKLAND SLATED JULY 26 1
June 26, 1952 LOWER FIRE RATES OFFERED IN HOUGHTON 12
June 26, 1952 ANOTHER OLD TIMER (PHOTO OF COLLINS SCHOOL CLASSROOM) 13
June 26, 1952 LOWER FIRE RATES OFFERED IN HOUGHTON 12
June 26, 1952 THREE JUVENILE DRIVERS FINED; SOLDIER ARRESTED 12
June 26, 1952 TELEVISION DEALERS HERE ENTHUSED OVER COMING OF CABLE JULY 6 6
June 26, 1952 LIDDELL, DONALD E 13
June 26, 1952 NICOLL, VIRGINIA 2
June 26, 1952 BUS OPERATOR WILL PROVIDE ADDED SERVICE IF PROVIDED 12
June 26, 1952 TRANSIT BUS FOR 73 PASSENGERS BOUGHT BY SCHOOL 6
June 26, 1952 COULD CITY GET INTO GARBAGE BUSINESS? 2
June 26, 1952 PETITIONS CIRCULATING FOR WATER EXTENSION IN JUANITA, JACKSON ARE 1
June 26, 1952 WATER LINE GIVEN TO WATER DISTRICT 1
June 26, 1952 CAROLYN DURHAM, WILLIAM PARISH 14
July 3, 1952 BAILEYS CELEBRATE SILVER ANNIVERSARY 4
July 3, 1952 OUR TOWN (ROTH, FRED) 2
July 3, 1952 STOCKERT, DON 8
July 3, 1952 CITIZENS INSPECT SCHOOL BUILDINGS (PHOTO) 4
July 3, 1952 SCHOOL TO LEASE SHOPS OFFICES 4
July 3, 1952 CITY CALLS HALT TO ROCKS, DEBRIS 12
July 3, 1952 WATER POLLUTION NIL AT HOUGHTON 12
July 3, 1952 SLOW-MO TO GO IN CITY'S SUMMER WATER SHOW JULY 26 1
July 3, 1952 HOUGHTON TO GIVE FIRE PROTECTION 12
July 3, 1952 HOUGHTON TO GIVE FIRE PROTECTION 12
July 3, 1952 PEDESTRIAN JAYWALKING IS SCORED 1
July 3, 1952 RALLS, FORMER VFW COMMANDER SEEKS NOMINATION 1
July 3, 1952 EMILIA MORELLI, NELLO DICORPO 7
July 3, 1952 JUNE ELLEN STINSON, REV CHARLES L LOYER 8
July 10, 1952 REPORT ON THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 12
July 10, 1952 OUR TOWN (VAUX, JAMES E) 2
July 10, 1952 BOB WOODEY AND SON OPERATE 76 STATION 10
July 10, 1952 NEW CHILDREN'S APPAREL SHOP OPEN 10
July 10, 1952 "MRS KIRKLAND" MUST BE MARRIED, SPONSORED BY FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS 1
July 10, 1952 CITY TO ROTATE EQUIPMENT REPAIR 2
July 10, 1952 OWN DISPOSAL SYSTEM RECOMMENDED TO SWELL CITY'S SAGGING COFFERS 1
July 10, 1952 WELL DRILLING, BOND PURCHASES OKEYED BY CITY 1
July 10, 1952 PLUG FOR MOORAGE PLAN GIVEN CITY BY SAILING ENTHUSIAST FROM VICTO 2
July 10, 1952 DENLER, EMMA G 13
July 10, 1952 HUFF, JACOB W 13
July 10, 1952 LOCAL SWIMMING SLATE ANNOUNCED 3
July 10, 1952 PRIMARY HIWAY HERE GETS BOOST 1
July 10, 1952 FIRST UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE LINES INSTALLATION SET; BIDS ARE OPEN 10
July 10, 1952 LOCAL EXCHANGE TELEPHONE RATES UP 10C AND 5C 2
July 10, 1952 PROPERTY OWNERS BENEFIT ON NEW SEWER EXTENSION 1
July 10, 1952 CHARLENE PUTTISON, KEITH RUDD 6
July 10, 1952 GENEVIEVE GILDOW, JOHN L CHAMBERS 6
July 10, 1952 GRACE ELLIS BOOKHART, HAROLD E OJALA 9
July 17, 1952 CITY HALL HEATING PLANT TO BE REPLACED WITH NEW CAST IRON BOILER 8
July 17, 1952 VAUX PROJECT REDESIGNED; TO START WORK SOON 11
July 17, 1952 REGISTRATION FOR DAY CAMP WILL OPEN MONDAY, JULY 21, AT CITY PARK 5
July 17, 1952 EMBLEMS FOR CIVIL DEFENSE SUPPLIED 11
July 17, 1952 NEW ANNEXATION TALKED TO SOUTH OF HOUGHTON 5
July 17, 1952 LOUELLA HAGE, EDWIN CHARLES LAPSLEY 6
July 17, 1952 VIRGINIA SMITH, WADE SHERWOOD 6
July 17, 1952 SPOTLIGHT WILL BE ON AQUATIC EVENTS 1
July 17, 1952 CITY EMPLOYEES SEEK HIGHER PAY 8
July 17, 1952 OWN RURAL MAIL SERVICE SOUGHT BY HOUGHTONITES 5
July 17, 1952 TRAFFIC FINES MAY FINANCE PURCHASE OF POLICE PATROL CAR FOR HOUGH 1
July 17, 1952 TRAFFIC FINES MAY FINANCE PURCHASE OF POLICE PATROL CAR FOR HOUGH 1
July 17, 1952 KIRKLAND'S PRECINCT REDIVISION WILL FACILITATE PRIMARY VOTING 10
July 17, 1952 KIDS GET IN THE SWIM; LEARN AND CAPITALIZE WELL 11
July 17, 1952 CITY TO BE HOST FOR LITTLE LEAGUE PLAYOFFS 1
July 17, 1952 NINE AGENCIES ENTER PROPOSALS ON BRIDGE NO 2 1
July 17, 1952 PARKING LOTS NEAR COMPLETION BY C.C. 8
July 17, 1952 SIDEWALK DELAYED BY TOO HIGH COST, SAYS TOWN COUNCIL 1
July 17, 1952 BIDS LOW ON TELEPHONE LINES 9
July 17, 1952 INTEREST WIDENS ON GARBAGE COLLECTION; PETITIONS CIRCULATED 1
July 17, 1952 ALICE MEDZEGIAN, RALPH VERNON STOOPS 6
July 17, 1952 JOAN LEE, EVERETT AHRENS 6
July 24, 1952 ALASKA AND ORIENT DESTINATIONS OF PRODUCTS OF FOUR ARIES TRUCK FARMS 9
July 24, 1952 MR AND MRS ALEXANDER DALZIEL 11
July 24, 1952 OUR TOWN (NELSON, MAYNARD) 6
July 24, 1952 CEMETERY LOTS UP UNDER CITY RULING 8
July 24, 1952 SCHOOLS ASK FOR 15 MILLS SEPTEMBER 9 1
July 24, 1952 TREASURE DIVE TO OPEN CARNIVAL SATURDAY 1
July 24, 1952 LOCAL PURCHASES FOR CITY OFFICES URGED BY AVERY 1
July 24, 1952 MAYOR DENIES CITY MERELY SEEKING PROFIT ON GARBAGE 8
July 24, 1952 GALVIN, JACK 1
July 24, 1952 CITY TO ORDER MORE LIGHTS 1
July 24, 1952 HIGHWAY PLANS NEARING PURCHASE OF RIGHT-OF-WAY, COUNCIL HEARS 1
July 24, 1952 $35000 LINEROOM NEARS COMPLETION 13
July 24, 1952 UNDERGROUND JOB STARTS AUGUST 1 8
July 31, 1952 NORDRUMS CELEBRATE SILVER ANNIVERSARY 10
July 31, 1952 ARCADE BUILDING OPENS TOMORROW 1
July 31, 1952 KIRKLAND'S NEWEST STORE AND OFFICE BUILDING (PHOTO OF UNDERWOODS) 6
July 31, 1952 UNDERWOOD ARCADE UNIQUE IN DESIGN AND IN CONSTRUCTION DETAIL 7
July 31, 1952 TRIAL AIR RAID TEST IS SLATED 13
July 31, 1952 SCHOOLS OPEN HERE SEPTEMBER 3; TO OPEN BIDS ON NEW GYM TUESDAY 1
July 31, 1952 TWO DAMAGE CLAIMS ASK $664 OF CITY 9
July 31, 1952 AMATEUR BURGLAR STEALS CASH FROM CENTRAL TAVERN 1
July 31, 1952 BURR, DAVE 1
July 31, 1952 LITTLE LEAGUE TOURNEY SATURDAY 1
July 31, 1952 ALETHA MAE ISRAEL, WILLIAM ERLAND CLARKE 10
July 31, 1952 CHARLENE JOAN PUTISON, KEITH VAN RUDD 10
August 7, 1952 CHARDELLE CHILDREN'S SHOP - GRAND OPENING 10
August 7, 1952 HEISDORF AND NELSON HATCHERY - GRAND OPENING 6
August 7, 1952 GAME COCK FARM OWNER GIVEN 10 DAYS TO "RID NEIGHBORS OF NUISANCE" 1
August 7, 1952 MILLION CHICKS A YEAR ARE HATCHED AT HEISDORF & NELSON FARM HERE 6
August 7, 1952 OUR TOWN (COPE, GARNETTE "BILL") 2
August 7, 1952 $45000 BUILDING HOUSES THREE IMPORTANT BUSINESSES FOR KIRKLAND AN 1
August 7, 1952 HEATING PLANT IN UNDERWOOD ARCADE IS OUTSTANDING UNIT 2
August 7, 1952 BIDS ARE OPENED ON HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM, SHOP 1
August 7, 1952 NEW CITY HALL BOILER FORESEEN 7
August 7, 1952 CHILDREN'S SHOP OPENS TOMORROW 10
August 7, 1952 GLOBE RAISING CALF IN FEED STORE PEN 3
August 7, 1952 HEPFER OPENING NEW LAW OFFICES 1
August 7, 1952 HOPPS ANNOUNCE DOMESTIC AGENCY OFFICIAL OPENING 16
August 7, 1952 CLORINDA IDA MORELLI, VERNE ANTHONY EDSON JR 10
August 7, 1952 FAMED CLARABELL WILL APPEAR HERE 9
August 7, 1952 BLACKENED HULL FINALLY GOES; LAKE DEPTH BURIAL RITES FOR HEALY NO 9
August 7, 1952 PETITION-SIGNERS OPPOSE CITY COLLECTION OF GARBAGE 1
August 7, 1952 DIVERGENCE OF OPINION ON LAKE ST SPEED ZONE 1
August 7, 1952 PETITION-SIGNERS OPPOSE CITY COLLECTION OF GARBAGE 1
August 7, 1952 WELL DRILLING BID MAY BE AWARDED CONTRACT TONIGHT 1
August 7, 1952 WEST COAST FILES FOR RATE REVISION 3
August 7, 1952 GLORIA JOHNSON, ROBERT WAITE 10
August 14, 1952 KIRKLAND FAMILY'S SHOPPING TOUR (GLEASON, MRS JOHN) (PHOTOS) 1
August 14, 1952 HOUGHTON CALLS POLICE CAR BIDS 8
August 14, 1952 MERCHANTS "OPEN DOOR" COMPLAINTS IRRITATE CHIEF 1
August 14, 1952 SERVICE, KEN J 3
August 14, 1952 CITY MAY ACQUIRE PARK WATERFRONT 1
August 14, 1952 BUS LINE TO SERVE KIRKLAND, RURAL AREAS 1
August 14, 1952 EAST SIDE BEST SIDE (SPEED ZONES AND BRIDGE) 1
August 14, 1952 AWARD CONTRACTS ON WATER PROGRAM 8
August 14, 1952 JANICE HAINES, DAVIS NEILSEN HART 11
August 21, 1952 BUILDS BOAT IN YARD (WESTLAKE, WILLIAM) (PHOTOS) 1, 12
August 21, 1952 EVERGREEN FAIR CROWN IS SOUGHT BY FINN HILL BLONDE, ELSIE GIBBS 9
August 21, 1952 OPEN HOUSE FOR NEW APARTMENTS 5
August 21, 1952 NEVA JOHNSON, ROBERT ORESKOVICH 8
August 21, 1952 CITY PURCHASES WATERFRONT SITE 1
August 21, 1952 LONG ARM OF LAW LANDS ON FUGITIVE IN GROCERY 1
August 21, 1952 SIEPMANN, BERTHA 15
August 21, 1952 'MILLION DOLLAR' BELLEVUE FREEWAY PROPOSAL BECOMING HOT ISSUE 1
August 21, 1952 SPAN PLANS BY ENGINEER SUPPORTED 8
August 21, 1952 UNIFORM SPEED ZONE AGREED TO BY BOTH KIRKLAND, HOUGHTON 2
August 21, 1952 CITY TO TAKE 20 PER CENT FOR GARBAGE 1
August 21, 1952 METTY VERBARENDSE, JACOB KING 10
August 21, 1952 MYRL AKIN, VICTOR ARMFIELD 10
August 28, 1952 KIRKLAND SUNFLOWERS GROW TO LOFTY HEIGHTS (PHOTOS) 1
August 28, 1952 HIGH SCHOOL BOY HERE IS HONORED (LOTTSFELDT, RICK) 1
August 28, 1952 KIRKLAND GIRLS APPEARS AS MODEL ON TV PROGRAM (ROGERS, GLENDA) 11
August 28, 1952 NURSERY SCHOOL IN NEW QUARTERS, TO OPEN TUESDAY 1
August 28, 1952 MYRON JOHNSON NEW STATION OPERATOR 5
August 28, 1952 SCHOOL MILLAGE C OF C TOPIC 5
August 28, 1952 LIST ASSIGNMENTS OF NEW TEACHERS 9
August 28, 1952 THREE SCHOOL ISSUES ARE UP TO VOTERS 5
August 28, 1952 SPINK, WALTER 1
August 28, 1952 EX-KIRKLAND MAN IN CONGRESS BID (PEARSON, LINUS) 13
August 28, 1952 STATE AMATEUR BASEBALL TOURNEY OPENS TOMORROW 1
August 28, 1952 CLARE SUVAN, RAYMOND LINCOLN 10
September 4, 1952 EAST SIDE SYMPHONY BEING FORMED FOR LOCAL MUSICIANS AND RESIDENT 1
September 4, 1952 OUR TOWN (LOGAN, GLENN R) 2
September 4, 1952 GROUND BROKEN FOR HIGH SCHOOL GYM (PHOTO) 1
September 4, 1952 ANNEXATION WILL 'HOP-SKIP' SOUTH OF HOUGHTON 1
September 4, 1952 LAKE WASHINGTON'S SCHOOL LEVIES LOW, ACCORDING TO CITIZEN GROUP 11
September 4, 1952 GATEWAY MATINEES BEGINNING SATURDAY 8
September 4, 1952 PROPOSE SALARY INCREASE FOR CITY EMPLOYEES 1
September 4, 1952 ALDERSON, ORON D 1
September 4, 1952 "NO CHANGES IN APPROACH PLAN FOR SECOND BRIDGE" - GOV LANGLIE 1
September 11, 1952 OUR TOWN (BYRNE, BYRON D) 11
September 11, 1952 LOCAL BROCHURE PLANED BY C.C. 1
September 11, 1952 COMPETITIVE SPORTS FOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL YOUNGSTERS TO BE DEBATED 1
September 11, 1952 SCHOOL LEVIES LOSE BY TINY MARGIN 1
September 11, 1952 FULL 15 MILLS ASSESSED ON HOUGHTON PROPERTY 1
September 11, 1952 HOUGHTON SPEED LIMITS CONTINUE TO BE DEBATED 1
September 11, 1952 PRELIMINARY BUDGET - TOWN OF HOUGHTON - 1953 4
September 11, 1952 JACKSON FAVORED BY EAST SIDERS; SMITH RIDES HIGH 1
September 11, 1952 NEW CITY WELLS DOUBLE CAPACITY OF WATER SUPPLY 11
September 11, 1952 DOROTHY BOLIN, LAVERNE BARR 13
September 11, 1952 JOANNE MARIE SIEVERS, JAMES ROBERT CLARY 12
September 11, 1952 MARY ELBIE, RICHARD GREEN 12
September 18, 1952 ARCADE TELEVISION - GRAND OPENING 14
September 18, 1952 KIRKLAND SEEING CENTER - COUNT THE DOTS CONTEST 7
September 18, 1952 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 17
September 18, 1952 OUR TOWN (OLSON, HARRY E) 8
September 18, 1952 SIGNS OF REAL PROGRESS (PHOTO OF OLD DOCK DISMANTLING) 8
September 18, 1952 NEW TELEVISION STORE TO OPEN 2
September 18, 1952 SHOPPER PARKING MARKED IN FREE DOWNTOWN AREA 1
September 18, 1952 'GOOD NEIGHBOR' KICKOFF MEETING HERE NEXT WEEK 1
September 18, 1952 4175 PUPILS ENROLLED IN SCHOOLS; IS 401 INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR 2
September 18, 1952 BARBARA SCHILLAR, DONALD HAYES ELZEY 12
September 18, 1952 CITY EMPLOYEES SEEK PAY HIKE FOR COMING YEAR 1
September 18, 1952 NEW REPLACEMENT FOR BJORKLUND SOUGHT 4
September 18, 1952 CLOSE DOWN LOCAL SLOT MACHINES 1
September 18, 1952 RIFLE STOLEN IN HARDWARE STORE 1
September 18, 1952 ARMY BEHEMOTH, 60-TON AMPHIBIOUS TYPE CARGO CARRIER, TO BE TESTED 1
September 18, 1952 REV ERNEST NORTH ACCEPTS PASTORATE AT TABERNACLE HERE 16
September 18, 1952 PAROCHIAL SCHOOL BUS PURCHASED 13
September 18, 1952 WOMEN BOOST FOR NEW BUS SYSTEM 13
September 18, 1952 PUBLIC MAY TALK OCTOBER 20 ON GARBAGE QUESTION 1
September 18, 1952 NORMA JEAN TOSH, KENNETH SCHMIDT 12
September 25, 1952 GOLDEN WEDDING NEXT SATURDAY (LINDQUIST, MR AND MRS JACOB) 1
September 25, 1952 OUR TOWN (SCHNEIDER, CARL ALAN) 10
September 25, 1952 REMEMBER DAYS WHEN YOU WERE AWED BY ROLLS ROYCE (NICHOLS, JOHN) 1
September 25, 1952 KIRKLAND AREA'S UNITED GOOD NEIGHBOR CAMPAIGN QUOTA $6339 9
September 25, 1952 FINN HILL NURSERY (PHOTOS) 11
September 25, 1952 $400000 SCHOOL BONDS REQUESTED 1
September 25, 1952 LOTS OF PASSENGERS FOR SCHOOL BUSSES (PHOTO) 6
September 25, 1952 ROSE HILL SCHOOL SITE IS DEBATED 1
September 25, 1952 PRISONER SHOULD PAY OWN MEDICAL BILLS, COUNCILMAN STATES 9
September 25, 1952 MILITARY MONSTER (PHOTO OF BARC) 9
September 25, 1952 HARDENBROOK, PEARL 6
September 25, 1952 LONDON SMOKE (HORSE) 1
September 25, 1952 ROSE HILL SCHOOL SITE IS DEBATED 1
September 25, 1952 VFW TO PRESENT WARNER MEMORIAL 1
September 25, 1952 ALICE ELEANOR JOHNSON, JOHN GEOFFREY BOWMAN 13
September 25, 1952 LOIS YVONNE PAWLEY, JAMES G WICK 12
September 25, 1952 WANDA SHAFFER, ROBERT EARL BAGGETT 12
October 2, 1952 VOLUNTEERS SEEK $6340 IN GOOD NEIGHBOR DRIVE 1
October 2, 1952 PUBLICITY PROGRAM WILL EXPLAIN $400000 SCHOOL BOND ISSUE AND LEVY 1
October 2, 1952 PLANS MADE FOR EAST SIDE SQUARE DANCE JAMBOREE, OCTOBER 17 9
October 2, 1952 FIRE DISTRICT ASKING $50000 BOND ISSUE 1
October 2, 1952 WILLIAMS, JOHN A (FORMER COUNCILMAN) 1
October 2, 1952 GIRL SCOUTING HERE KEEPS ABREAST OF GROWING EAST SIDE POPULATION 14
October 2, 1952 IT'S NEWSPAPER WEEK (PHOTOS) 1
October 2, 1952 BIG MAN OF LI'L LOOP BASEBALL, CARL STOTZ, TO VISIT IN KIRKLAND 1
October 2, 1952 JUANITA CHURCH HAS NEW PASTOR (BRONKEMA, FREDERICK) 14
October 2, 1952 MODEL "T" DRIVERS TO SETTLE ARGUMENT 8
October 2, 1952 $500000 WATER DISTRICT PROPOSED FOR RESIDENTS OF JACKSON PRECINCT 1
October 2, 1952 JOANNE LOCILE GROSSMAN, ANTON M JEPPESON 12
October 9, 1952 KIMBALLS - INFLATABLE BRA 12
October 9, 1952 DISTRICT MAY CONDEMN SCHOOL SITE NORTH OF HIGHWAY FOR ROSE HILL 1
October 9, 1952 KIRKLAND COUPLE TRANSFORMS WATER TOWER INTO HOME 9
October 9, 1952 OVER 50 PER CENT OVER NEIGHBOR FUND QUOTA IS REACHED 1
October 9, 1952 FOUR OF FIVE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS FOR $400,000 BOND ISSUE 1
October 9, 1952 SCHOOL SETS '53 BUDGET $2,437,549 1
October 9, 1952 PROPOSED DRIVE-IN THEATRE PROTESTED 1
October 9, 1952 HERE'S ANOTHER HARROWING STORY ABOUT KIN OF PENELOPE PORCUPINE 1
October 9, 1952 TOWN ADOPTS BUDGETS FOR 1953 2
October 9, 1952 HOUGHTON ACTION AGAINST CITY OPENED IN COURT 1
October 9, 1952 MATSON, LORUNDA W 17
October 9, 1952 THE OLD AND "NEW LOOK" OF POST OFFICE DELIVERY TRUCKS 12
October 9, 1952 DESIGNATE SUNSET HIGHWAY AS LIMITED ACCESS ROUTE 1
October 9, 1952 RESCUE OF PIGEON (PHOTOS OF BIRD CAUGHT ON POWER LINES) 4
October 9, 1952 NANCY EVANS, ROBERT L DAVIES 12
October 16, 1952 MARTIN, MAR AND MRS HARRY 12
October 16, 1952 LOCAL VALUATIONS UP TO $9,620,590 15
October 16, 1952 GROUND BROKEN FOR NEW BUILDING 14
October 16, 1952 SCHOOL BUS SCHEDULE REDUCED; 200 PUPILS WALKING 1
October 16, 1952 THREE EMERGENCY WARRANTS RAISE $4600 FOR CITY 14
October 16, 1952 LEGAL DESCRIPTION FOILS ANNEXATION 8
October 16, 1952 PRE-FAB FACTORY MOVES TO CITY, STARTS BUILDING 1
October 16, 1952 DUCETTE, CHARLES N 1
October 16, 1952 GEHRKE, MARTHA E 8
October 16, 1952 MCQUIGG, TEXANNA L 8
October 16, 1952 MULLIGAN, CHARLES (DIME STORE FOUNDER) 1
October 16, 1952 PAINTER, MAUD W 8
October 16, 1952 PAYTON, DELORES A 8
October 16, 1952 PRESTON, FLOYD L 8
October 16, 1952 LITTLE LEAGUE HIGH COMMISSIONER MEETS HERE WITH LOCAL OFFICIALS 1
October 16, 1952 CITY NAMES NEW PARKS SUPERVISOR (PELTON, JERRY) 8
October 16, 1952 CLUB TO DISCUSS NEW WATER SETUP 8
October 16, 1952 GOING UNDERGROUND (PHOTOS OF TELEPHONE CABLING) 9
October 16, 1952 WATER SUIT ADJOURNED TO NOV 14 1
October 23, 1952 OUR TOWN (REED, MERRELL CLYDE) 10
October 23, 1952 NEW SCHOOL SITE BEING CONSIDERED 1
October 23, 1952 GOOD NEIGHBOR FUND IN KIRKLAND OVER 100% MARK 1
October 23, 1952 FIRE BOND ISSUE GAINS ACCEPTANCE 1
October 23, 1952 CITY'S CHRISTMAS SEASON PROGRAM TO INCLUDE SANTA AND CANDY FOR KIDS 1
October 23, 1952 DUBOR, AZAW H 8
October 23, 1952 MORSE, LEWIS 8
October 23, 1952 INSTALL LUTHERAN PASTOR SUNDAY (RAUUM, REV E J) 14
October 23, 1952 HOUGHTON WINTER FLEET IN (PHOTOS) 1
October 23, 1952 EXPANSION OF WATER DISTRICT NO 72 EXPLAINED AT COMMUNITY MEETING 2
October 23, 1952 CHARLENE JOANN ULRICH, ROGER FRANKLIN HULSE 12
October 23, 1952 DOREEN MAVIS IRVIN, KENNETH DEAN HART 12
October 30, 1952 OUR TOWN (SMITH, DESMOND NIVEN) 10
October 30, 1952 SUGGESTION: WAR MEMORIAL FUND COULD BE USED FOR LIGHTS AND SEATS 6
October 30, 1952 ENGLAND'S EXPERT ON EMERGENCY FEEDING TO ADDRESS COUNTY CIVIL DEFENSE 10
October 30, 1952 TO TRIPLE SHIFT IN KINDERGARTEN 12
October 30, 1952 POLICE NAB $13000 ROBBERY SUSPECT 1
October 30, 1952 BAILEY, REV LEWIS 1
October 30, 1952 KETTER, MARLON GERARD 19
October 30, 1952 THESE ARE CANDIDATES AND SOME VITAL ISSUES ON TUESDAY BALLOT 9
October 30, 1952 PARK DEPT POST GOES TO CAMPBELL 4
October 30, 1952 CITY WELL CAPACITY 2,500,000 GALLONS 1
November 6, 1952 BIG SQUASH (PHOTO) 9
November 6, 1952 SAVINGS AND LOAN OPENS THIS WEEK 1
November 6, 1952 LOAN COMPANY IN CHANGE OF HANDS 9
November 6, 1952 C C WILL STUDY NOMINATIONS 2
November 6, 1952 SCHOOL BOND ISSUE WINS BY CLOSE MARGIN 1
November 6, 1952 $50,000 BOND ISSUE IS VOTED IN BY RESIDENTS OF FIRE DISTRICT 41 1
November 6, 1952 CITY INSURANCE GOES TO GARDNER 9
November 6, 1952 STUART, ROGER 11
November 6, 1952 EAST SIDE VOTERS GO ALONG WITH NATIONAL PATTERN; FAVOR IKE,  1
November 6, 1952 HAIL TO THE VICTORS! THESE MEN WON KEY POSTS IN TUESDAY ELECTION 1
November 6, 1952 COMBINED CHURCH SIGNS SUGGESTED 1
November 6, 1952 HIGHWAY SUPPORT ASKED AT MEETING 1
November 6, 1952 CLORINDA MORELLI, VERNE EDSON 12
November 13, 1952 MRS MARGARET HARRAH OF AVONDALE EASILY RECALLS DAYS OF 'WILD WEST 1
November 13, 1952 OUR TOWN (ODOM, DR JOHN S) 13
November 13, 1952 SECRET DESIRE OF MANY COMES TRUE FOR TWO EAST SIDE WOMEN AUTHORS 1
November 13, 1952 ACTION REQUESTED ON CIVIL DEFENSE 2
November 13, 1952 JEAN WIEMERT, CHARLES COLMAN 14
November 13, 1952 DECORATIONS DUE UP AFTER NOV 27 2
November 13, 1952 HOUGHTON "DADS" EXCHANGE VERBS 1
November 13, 1952 HOUGHTON PATROL CAR NOW ON DUTY 2
November 13, 1952 HOUGHTON WATER PLAN PROGRESSES; REPORT DEC 8 1
November 13, 1952 LAKEVIEW PROTESTS LOUDLY OVER TRUCK STORAGE PLAN 1
November 13, 1952 SPEED LIMIT SET AT 35 IN HOUGHTON 15
November 13, 1952 DOGS CAUSE SAFETY PROBLEM AT SCHOOL 11
November 13, 1952 SPEED LIMIT SET AT 35 IN HOUGHTON 15
November 13, 1952 GARNER, WILLIAM 17
November 13, 1952 HANSEN, HARRY C 17
November 13, 1952 OLSON, ARVID E 17
November 13, 1952 EAST SIDE MAY RECEIVE WATER FROM SEATTLE MOUNTAIN SUPPLY 12
November 13, 1952 GARBAGE ORDINANCE HEARING ON MONDAY 1
November 13, 1952 JUANITA WATER DISTRICT 72 - COMPREHENSIVE PLAN (MAP) 10
November 13, 1952 NEW SUBSTATION (PHOTO) 16
November 13, 1952 QUESTIONS ON PROPOSED WATER DISTRICT TO BE AIRED MONDAY 8
November 13, 1952 SHIRLEY BROCK, ROBERT PAUL HAYWARD 14
November 20, 1952 UNIFORM 50 FOOT LOTS UNDER STUDY 1
November 20, 1952 BOND ISSUE IS APPROVED BY VOTERS 1
November 20, 1952 THIS IS A TALE ABOUT PREVENTING ROVER FOLLOWING JUNIOR TO CLASS 9
November 20, 1952 DRIVE-IN THEATRE SITE IS APPROVED 1
November 20, 1952 BROCKWAY, JUNE L 15
November 20, 1952 GROUNDS, HENRY W 15
November 20, 1952 ALL RESIDENCES TO RECEIVE SERVICE UNDER CITY'S NEW GARBAGE ORDINANCE 5
November 20, 1952 APPROVE JUANITA WATER DISTRICT ANNEXATION 1
November 20, 1952 BELLEVUE CITIZENS SEEK KIRKLAND WATER SUPPLY FOR SHORT PERIOD 1
November 20, 1952 PATRICIA BAHMKE, RICHARD BUDROW 12
November 27, 1952 NEW ATHLETIC PAVILION AND SHOPS (PHOTO) 1
November 27, 1952 ROSE HILL SCHOOL LOCATION DEBATE BEING CONTINUED 7
November 27, 1952 TWO BIG DAYS AHEAD FOR WES HOLM AS HE MOVES TO NEW HEADQUARTERS 6
November 27, 1952 CONSERVATION OF POWER IS URGED BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1
November 27, 1952 ARLENE LUND, ROBERT EDWIN ANDERSON 4
November 27, 1952 SHIRLEY JOHNSON, RICHARD CONDO 4
November 27, 1952 WOMEN'S CLUB TO PRESENT CONCERT SATURDAY; TO DEDICATE NEW PIANO 4
November 27, 1952 HAUGHTY HARRY, THE HAWK, LUCKY BIRD; HE HAD CLOSE CALL IN TOWN 9
November 27, 1952 ILLUMINATED STREET DECORATIONS OUT DUE TO NORTHWEST POWER SHORTAGE 1
November 27, 1952 CITY POLICE EXAM TO FILL VACANCY 1
November 27, 1952 NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY PLANNED IN KIRKLAND 1
November 27, 1952 BERGERSON, FLORENCE 11
November 27, 1952 JACKSON, LEROY 1
November 27, 1952 STRAND, IVA 11
November 27, 1952 STREETER, LORING C 1
November 27, 1952 ABBETT FIRST NAME LISTED IN KIRKLAND PART OF PHONE BOOK 1
November 27, 1952 CONSERVATION OF POWER IS URGED BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1
November 27, 1952 ILLUMINATED STREET DECORATIONS OUT DUE TO NORTHWEST POWER SHORTAGE 1
December 4, 1952 MR AN MRS C F FERRELL HONORED AT 57TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY PARTY 16
December 4, 1952 OUR TOWN (MASSEY, WILLIAM H) 14
December 4, 1952 KIRKLAND KIWANIS CLUB TO SPONSOR CHRISTMAS WINDOW DISPLAY CONTEST 1
December 4, 1952 SANTA'S ARRIVAL IN KIRKLAND DUE TOMORROW 13
December 4, 1952 TRUE MEANING OF "CHRISTMAS SPIRIT" IS DEMONSTRATED 1
December 4, 1952 NEW POLICE CAR TO BE 'SOUPED UP' 1
December 4, 1952 ROBERT PRESTON IS OBJECT OF SEARCH 1
December 4, 1952 KIRKLAND FAVORS MONROE HIGHWAY 10
December 4, 1952 CITY HAS EXCESS WATER FOR SALE 5
December 4, 1952 CITY TO BUILD 100,000 GALLON WATER STORAGE TANK IN NORTHEAST SECT 1
December 4, 1952 CONSERVATION OF ELECTRICITY ASKED OF COMMUNITY BY MAYOR AL LELAND 9
December 4, 1952 COURT DISMISSES WATER LAWSUIT 1
December 4, 1952 JUANITA WATER EXPANSION STRONGLY OPPOSED 11
December 11, 1952 BRYANT HARDWARE 18TH ANNIVERSARY 2
December 11, 1952 IMPROPER DRAINAGE BRINGS CITY ACTION 11
December 11, 1952 LOCAL STORES OPEN EVERY EVENING TO 8:30 UNTIL CHRISTMAS 1
December 11, 1952 TEACHERS DISCUSS SALARY SCHEDULE 11
December 11, 1952 EX-LOCAL TEACHER GETS TOP GOVERNMENT POST (WILLIAMS, WALTER) 9
December 11, 1952 SANITATION LAW PASSED BY CITY 9
December 11, 1952 HIP! HIP! HOORAY! DECORATIONS UP 8
December 11, 1952 TRANQUILLITY PREVAILS IN HOUGHTON VEHICLE-GARAGE STORAGE QUESTION 1
December 11, 1952 SOLVE BURGLARIES WITH LOCAL ARREST 1
December 11, 1952 SCHROEDER, FRED H 1
December 11, 1952 PARK BOARD SEEKS ADDITIONAL SPACE FROM KING COUNTY 11
December 11, 1952 TO AIR PROS-CONS OF WATER EXPANSION 8
December 11, 1952 UNFAIR STATEMENTS HURT PROPOSAL FOR EXPANSION OF JUANITA WATER DI 1
December 18, 1952 TOP NATIONAL SPOT WON BY CHICK FARM 15
December 18, 1952 HONOR COUPLE ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY (JOHNSON MR AND MRS J J) 10
December 18, 1952 OUR TOWN (NELSON, ELIZABETH C) 14
December 18, 1952 CHRISTMAS BONUS PAID EMPLOYEES AT J C PENNEY 11
December 18, 1952 DAWSON PURCHASES LAKE AVENUE TAVERN 12
December 18, 1952 CURTAILMENT OF SCHOOL BUS SERVICE ORDERED BY BOARD 1
December 18, 1952 MARILYN ANNE LAMPAERT, EDWARD RAY HAINES 16
December 18, 1952 GOLLOFON HONORED BY FIRE FIGHTERS 1
December 18, 1952 CHRISTMAS SHIP WILL VISIT CITY 1
December 18, 1952 HOUGHTON'S CENTER TO BE UNCHANGED FOR TIME BEING 1
December 18, 1952 WATER AND SEWER PROBLEMS MOUNT FOR HOUGHTON 9
December 18, 1952 GASCH, FRED 18
December 18, 1952 HAYES, MARY MAE 19
December 18, 1952 MARTIN, LLOYD 5
December 18, 1952 RANDLETT, WALTER G (EX-COUNCILMAN) 2
December 18, 1952 STEINER, MRS DAVID 16
December 18, 1952 YOUNG, OWEN J 19
December 18, 1952 CITY'S NEW WELL REACHES 100 FEET; BUILDING ROAD 1
December 18, 1952 POOR PUBLICITY AND UNFAIR WATER HEARING CHARGED 1
December 25, 1952 CITY SEWER PLANT COLOR RESTUDIED 8
December 25, 1952 STATE TO DIRECT SCHOOL SURVEY AIDING DISTRICT 1
December 25, 1952 BRATT, OSCAR 1
December 25, 1952 LEWIS C LEE 1
December 25, 1952 SCHUMACHER, EDWARD E 1
December 25, 1952 SENEFF, HENRY E 9
December 25, 1952 TAYLOR, SUSAN JANE 9
December 25, 1952 YOUNG, OWEN JOHN 9
December 25, 1952 WATER EXPANSION PLANS EXPLAINED AT JUANITA CLUB 1
January 1, 1953 LUTHER HAWTHORNE, ASTRONOMER AND WEATHER MAN, HAS BLAST THEORIES 1
January 1, 1953 DISPOSAL OF STEWART HEIGHTS RECOMMENDED 1
January 1, 1953 DELORES ELAINE SMITH, JARRET ALLAN IRISH 5
January 1, 1953 MARGARET MAE FRYER, LEWIS J TREMAINE 5
January 1, 1953 FIRE DESTROYS SHOP AND DOUBLE GARAGE 1
January 1, 1953 GANO, OTTO 9
January 1, 1953 PAGE, GEORGE A 9
January 1, 1953 TAYLOR, SUSAN 2
January 1, 1953 COURT ORDER HALTS JUANITA WATER EXPANSION 1
January 1, 1953 NEW 100,000 GALLON WATER TANK WILL COST CITY $32530 8
January 1, 1953 JACQUELYN WHITNEY, LOUIS TRIMBLE 5
January 8, 1953 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 4
January 8, 1953 PRIZE-WINNING BABY (ESTELLE, DENISE) 1
January 8, 1953 LOCAL GROUPS AGAINST HOUSING TRANSFER 1
January 8, 1953 EAST SIDE GLASS OPENS NEW STORE 4
January 8, 1953 BUS CURTAILMENT BRINGS PROTEST 1
January 8, 1953 CANDIDATES TO FILE FOR SCHOOL POSTS 1
January 8, 1953 LAWNS DAMAGED BY "SQUIRRELERS"; SCHOOLS BURGLARIZED OVER HOLIDAYS 1
January 8, 1953 TOM BASS NEW POLICE OFFICER FOR CITY 10
January 8, 1953 RUDE, NORWOOD E 15
January 8, 1953 JOURNAL OFFERS SPECIAL 30-DAY TWO-FOR-ONE SUBSCRIPTION 1
January 8, 1953 SUGGESTION MADE: RE-IMPOSE TOLLS ON LAKE BRIDGE TO AID NEW SPAN 1
January 15, 1953 OUR TOWN (LOKEN, JOHN S) 10
January 15, 1953 20 SCHOOLROOMS ARE SOUGHT HERE 1
January 15, 1953 CONSTRUCTION OF TWO FIRE STATIONS IN JUANITA AREA BEGINS SOON 11
January 15, 1953 3RD ANNIVERSARY OF UNITARIAN CHURCH WILL BE CELEBRATED 5
January 15, 1953 BAPTISTS SET BANQUET TO MARK ANNIVERSARY 5
January 15, 1953 "PORK-BARRELING" CHARGED IN LOCAL HOUSING DEBATE 1
January 15, 1953 PROJECT "B" DISPOSITION REFERRED TO LOCAL AND COUNTY CONFERENCE 1
January 15, 1953 C OF C FINANCES SHOW BALANCE 5
January 15, 1953 LEROY JOHNSON AND H L TUTTLE FILE FOR SCHOOL BOARD POSITIONS 1
January 15, 1953 CONSTRUCTION OF TWO FIRE STATIONS IN JUANITA AREA BEGINS SOON 11
January 15, 1953 SCHMIDT TO HEAD FIREMEN'S GROUP 5
January 15, 1953 HOUGHTON LOSES, THEN GAINS SIZE 8
January 15, 1953 LAKEVIEW PEOPLE ORGANIZE GROUP 5
January 15, 1953 RESIDENTS FORCE RETREAT OF HOUGHTON OFFICIALS ON CENTER CONVERSION 1
January 15, 1953 CONSTRUCTION OF TWO FIRE STATIONS IN JUANITA AREA BEGINS SOON 11
January 15, 1953 EMMETT MCKILLOP NEW DOCTOR HERE 11
January 15, 1953 THORNE, WILLIAM 8
January 15, 1953 WOMAN'S CLUB CELEBRATES 33 YEARS OF ACTIVITY 12
January 15, 1953 FAVORABLE RENTAL FEES OFFERED PUBLIC, CLUBS IN CIVIC CENTER 5
January 15, 1953 NEIGHBORHOOD PLAYGROUND SYSTEM ENVISIONED BY CITY'S PARK BOARD 8
January 15, 1953 APPRAISERS BUSY FIXING PROPERTY FIGURES ON 2-A 1
January 15, 1953 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (STREET NAMES) 10
January 15, 1953 BROWN'S BROWNOUT ENDS; LIGHTS ON! SHORTAGE IS OVER 5
January 15, 1953 BIG BLOWOUT AT COLMAN'S 9
January 15, 1953 GLENNAJEAN FRAZIER, CHARLES CALKINS 12
January 22, 1953 MOTHERS TO MARCH NEXT THURSDAY FOR POLIO AID 1
January 22, 1953 TOP NOTCH SQUARE DANCE CALLERS TO JOIN HANDS IN POLIO BENEFIT 10
January 22, 1953 MERCHANTS HELP BRING INAUGURATION INTO SCHOOLS BY INSTALLING T-V 2
January 22, 1953 NEW SALARY SCHEDULE PROPOSED TO BOARD BY FACULTY GROUP 13
January 22, 1953 NANCY NIX, RALPH ANDERSON 12
January 22, 1953 UNDERGROUND OIL STORAGE STUDIED BY CITY COUNCIL 10
January 22, 1953 $2600 IN EQUIPMENT BOUGHT BY HOUGHTON; SPEED LIMIT NOW 35 17
January 22, 1953 POLICE DEPARTMENT HIRES CIVILIAN CLERK 1
January 22, 1953 BJORKLUND, DEAN 1
January 22, 1953 VARIED ACTIVITIES OFFERED BOYS AND GIRLS IN YMCA-CIVIC CENTER 2
January 22, 1953 BUS TRANSPORTATION STILL BEING STUDIED BY SCHOOL BOARD 1
January 22, 1953 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (STREET NAMES) 10
January 22, 1953 PARKING LOT HAS NUMBER 1 PRIORITY 5
January 22, 1953 TO PAVE DOWNTOWN STREETS, ALLEYS, 3RD ST 1
January 22, 1953 CITY WILL BILL GARBAGE SERVICE, CALLS FOR BIDS 1
January 29, 1953 TWINS CELEBRATE 68TH BIRTHDAY (CAVALIN, PHER AND CARL) 9
January 29, 1953 OUR TOWN (BARRIE, BEN R) 11
January 29, 1953 PARK DEPARTMENT SHOPS ARE MOVED 4
January 29, 1953 ARNIE HOLMBERG FINISHES REMODELING JOB AND CHANGES NAME OF PLUMBING 6
January 29, 1953 NEW CREDIT RATING SERVICE IS OFFERED 2
January 29, 1953 SHOE REPAIR STORE PURCHASED BY FUDA 6
January 29, 1953 SIGN COMPANIES ARE CONSOLIDATED 14
January 29, 1953 KIRKLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ELECTS NEW OFFICERS 2
January 29, 1953 LEAVE PORCH LIGHT ON - MOTHERS MARCH TONIGHT ON POLIO 1
January 29, 1953 RACE FOR SCHOOL POSTS HEATING UP 1
January 29, 1953 RETARDED YOUNGSTERS GETTING THEIR CHANCE 9
January 29, 1953 SCHOOL BOARD FINDS NO IMMEDIATE SOLUTION TO CURTAILMENT OF BUS  6
January 29, 1953 SPRING STYLE SHOW SET FOR MARCH 5TH 12
January 29, 1953 HISTORICAL PHOTOS (JUANITA BRIDGE, OLD KIRKLAND) 8
January 29, 1953 HOUSEWIVES SEEK COUNCIL BERTHS 1
January 29, 1953 RESIDENTS READING INTEREST AMONG HIGHEST IN STATE, LIBRARIAN REPORTS 9
January 29, 1953 NATIONAL GUARD UNIT INSPECTED 1
January 29, 1953 CHAMBERLAIN, VERN 5
January 29, 1953 LATEST CITY WELL IS THIRD PRODUCER 10
February 5, 1953 AD FOR FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND (REMODELED) 13
February 5, 1953 BANK OPEN HOUSE SLATED SATURDAY 1
February 5, 1953 OUR TOWN (BIGELOW, HARRY) 12
February 5, 1953 MOTHER'S MARCH OF DIMES, DANCES BOOST CAMPAIGN HERE TO $3200 1
February 5, 1953 CONTESTING OF MRS DONNA SHOOK'S ELIGIBILITY FOR BOARD HELD UNLIKE 1
February 5, 1953 LEGISLATORS GAVE AN EAR TO PLEA FOR FUNDS HERE 11
February 5, 1953 EAST SIDE CHORAL CLUB ADDS NINE TALENTED MEMBERS 8
February 5, 1953 BOYS PLAYING WITH FIRE ENDANGERS HAY AND LOCAL BARN 5
February 5, 1953 GOOD OLD DAYS (MANY OLD PHOTOS AND STORIES) 16
February 5, 1953 VANDALS DESTROY STREET LIGHTS 10
February 5, 1953 KIRTLEY, MINNIE BURT 5
February 5, 1953 MAYOR WILL HEAD YOUNG GOP 1
February 5, 1953 TO START HIGHWAY WORK IN SUMMER FOR LOCAL LENGTH 11
February 5, 1953 NATURAL GAS SERVICE PROPOSED FOR KIRKLAND 1
February 5, 1953 CIVIC CENTER FLAG POLE TOPPLES IN WIND STORM 1
February 5, 1953 BONNIE JEAN KERWIN, JOSEPH P O'BRIEN 8
February 12, 1953 EAST SIDE GLASS AND PAINT - GRAND OPENING 8
February 12, 1953 GRAND OPENING OF BANK DRAWS MANY WELL WISHERS AND LOTS OF PRAISE 15
February 12, 1953 EAST SIDE GLASS HOLDING OPENING OF ENLARGED STORE 6
February 12, 1953 ELECTRICAL STORE OPENING FRIDAY 1
February 12, 1953 LELAND, LUNDVALL OPEN REALTY FIRM 17
February 12, 1953 SET ANNEXATION HEARING MONDAY FOR HOUGHTON 12
February 12, 1953 ASK CLARIFICATION OF BOUNDARIES 1
February 12, 1953 HOUSEWIVES SEEK POSTS ON HOUGHTON'S COUNCIL 1
February 12, 1953 NEW BATHHOUSE COST STUDIED BY HOUGHTON 1
February 12, 1953 SET ANNEXATION HEARING MONDAY FOR HOUGHTON 12
February 12, 1953 NEW BATHHOUSE COST STUDIED BY HOUGHTON 1
February 12, 1953 CAR STRIPPERS SOUGHT BY POLICE 1
February 12, 1953 CLUES ARE BEING SOUGHT IN WOMEN'S DEATHS 1
February 12, 1953 COYNE, FRANK H 6
February 12, 1953 GANO, WILLIAM 6
February 12, 1953 TAYLOR, NELL 9
February 12, 1953 FRANCES JENSEN, EMIL HANSEN 9
February 12, 1953 MARGARET MAE FRYER, LEWIS TREMAINE 16
February 19, 1953 FRIDAY THE 13TH HAD ITS MOMENTS FOR NEIGHBORS, EXPECTANT MAMMAS 1
February 19, 1953 FURBUSH PROPERTY ACQUISITION SET 1
February 19, 1953 SCHOOL BOARD WON'T PRESS DISTRICT BOUNDARY ISSUE; OK'S MRS SHOOK' 1
February 19, 1953 HOUGHTON ADOPTS FIRST CRIMINAL CODE 11
February 19, 1953 MORRISON, THOMAS 8
February 19, 1953 ROSE, PFC DONALD E 8
February 19, 1953 SIMMONS, ELLA 5
February 19, 1953 "IT LOOKS GOOD FOR SECOND BRIDGE" SAYS SECRETARY OF TOLL AUTHORITY 1
February 19, 1953 GARBAGE CONTRACT UNDER STUDY 1
February 19, 1953 HELEN RAMSEY, DOUGLAS KOTTKE 12
February 19, 1953 NANCY HIX, RALPH ANDERSON 13
February 26, 1953 OUR TOWN (ELSON, V L (LEE)) 10
February 26, 1953 HOLM ROFFING CO EXPANDS BUSINESS 2
February 26, 1953 "KIDS' FRIEND OF 1952" TO BE HONORED MARCH 16 1
February 26, 1953 FEW DIFFERENCES ON SURFACE OF SCHOOL CAMPAIGN 1
February 26, 1953 PLEA FOR KINDERGARTENS MADE BY GROUP FROM LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 8
February 26, 1953 SCHOOLS MAY GET $31000 ASSIST 8
February 26, 1953 TEACHERS SALARIES TO BE DISCUSSED 1
February 26, 1953 CLEARVIEW KITCHEN BAND TO PLAY AT BENEFIT STYLE SHOW ON MARCH 5 12
February 26, 1953 $50000 FIRE DISTRICT 41 BOND ISSUE BLOWS UP; ELECTION INVALID 8
February 26, 1953 FIREMEN VIE TO SEE WHO SELLS MOST DANCE TICKETS 1
February 26, 1953 CITY MAY SETTLE $20,000 FEDERAL BILL FOR $4000 9
February 26, 1953 CITY TO BUY TIRES, WATER PIPE BY BID OPENING ON MARCH 2 9
February 26, 1953 CITY WILL ADOPT CODE ON STORAGE OF OIL IN ALLEY 9
February 26, 1953 WIRE FENCING FOR CITY WATER SITES RUNS INTO COUNCILMAN'S OBJECTION 11
February 26, 1953 JUANITA'S WATER ANNEXATION HELD INVALID BY COURT 1
February 26, 1953 10 SCHOOL WINDOWS BROKEN BY YOUTHS ON 3-DAY HOLIDAY 1
February 26, 1953 TINKHAM, EMMA 12
February 26, 1953 NEW TRAFFIC LIGHT ON LAKE ST TO AID BOTTLENECK 11