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 6, 1955 CITY AWARDS BIDS FOR OIL SUPPLIES, LIABILITY POLICY 1
January 6, 1955 LAKESIDE GRAVEL COMPANY IS SOLD; PLAN $1 MILLION PLANT EXPANSION 5
January 6, 1955 RESIDENTS OF SE JUANITA OPPOSING EXTENSION OF PERMIT FOR GRAVEL W 1
January 6, 1955 FOUR TEEN-AGE BOYS BOOKED ON BURGLARY BY HOUGHTON POLICE 1
January 6, 1955 BJORKLAND, JOHN V 2
January 6, 1955 OSBERG, IDA DAVIDA 11
January 6, 1955 PROGRESS IS GOOD ON HIGHWAY JOB 1
January 6, 1955 SECOND BRIDGE, NEW HIGHWAY, MAKE STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT VITAL 1
January 6, 1955 GRACE WHARTON, HILTON RAGUSE 11
January 13, 1955 KIRKLAND WOMAN'S CLUB, FOUNDED 35 YEARS AGO, HOLDS ANNIVERSARY 14
January 13, 1955 EASTSIDE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION SHOWS 82.6% TOTAL ASSETS GROWTH 7
January 13, 1955 SO LONG AS STAGE VETS LIKE EARL SEE KEEP[ DEVELOPING YOUTHFUL... 7
January 13, 1955 CHAMBER GEARS FOR ACTION; PLANS AGGRESSIVE PROGRAM 1
January 13, 1955 HOUGHTON ANNEXATION PLAN WILL BE DELAYED UNTIL MAY 2
January 13, 1955 SCHOOL DIRECTORS OKEY REZONING 1
January 13, 1955 NATIONAL PRIMROSE SHOW COMING TO KIRKLAND IN '56 1
January 13, 1955 THIRTY YEARS AGO AT JUANITA (PHOTO) 16
January 13, 1955 BALANCE SHEET SHOWN IN NEWSPAPER AD MISLEADING, ATTORNEY DECLARE 6
January 13, 1955 COIN BOX THEFTS SOLVED BY POLICE 1
January 13, 1955 FIRST TRIAL HELD BY STUDENT COURT 7
January 13, 1955 CHAPMAN, LEVI 13
January 13, 1955 DENTON, CHARLES KEITH 13
January 13, 1955 FOSBERG, ANNA L 7
January 13, 1955 PURDOM, PEARL EDNA 7
January 13, 1955 KIRKLAND WOMAN'S CLUB, FOUNDED 35 YEARS AGO, HOLDS ANNIVERSARY 14
January 13, 1955 STATE ROAD PLANS TO BE UNFOLDED HERE 1
January 13, 1955 STREET PROJECT COST WOULD BE BORNE THROUGH AN L.I.D. AND BOND ISSUE 1
January 20, 1955 PROJECT HOUSING IN CITY NO DICE, COUNCIL AGREES 1
January 20, 1955 WALDO BIRD OPENS FURNITURE STORE 8
January 20, 1955 ROSE HILL ASTRONOMER BLAMES FIRE ON FRAGMENTS OF EXPLODED METEOR 1
January 20, 1955 TELEPHONE ADDRESS CURTAILMENT BEING PROTESTED BY C C 7
January 20, 1955 TWELVE PAST PRESIDENTS OF CHAMBER PROPOSE PROJECTS FOR COMING YEA 1
January 20, 1955 JANE GOSSELIN FILES FOR POST 1
January 20, 1955 SCHOOL DISTRICT MAY ACQUIRE 10 ACRES IN STEWART HEIGHTS MAY 1 1
January 20, 1955 NANCY K LITTLEFIELD, ROBERT RUBENS 10
January 20, 1955 FINAL SHOTS FIRED BEFORE JUANITANS BALLOT ON FARRIS 1
January 20, 1955 TIRE CUTTING COSTLY HOBBY FOR YOUTHFUL NIGHT RIDERS 1
January 20, 1955 BAKER, FLORENCE 7
January 20, 1955 ROSE HILL ASTRONOMER BLAMES FIRE ON FRAGMENTS OF EXPLODED METEOR 1
January 20, 1955 $6,500 MERCURY, CUSTOM-BUILT BY HOLLYWOOD SUTO DESIGN EXPERT,... 9
January 20, 1955 PROGRESS IN CONSTRUCTION OF NEW 2A HIGHWAY LINK SHOWN IN PICTURES 1
January 20, 1955 TELEPHONE ADDRESS CURTAILMENT BEING PROTESTED BY C C 7
January 27, 1955 OUR TOWN (MCMILLAN, WILLIAM S) 2
January 27, 1955 STORK BRINGS TRIPLETS (MCMURRAY, MRS JAMES A) 1
January 27, 1955 GOING, GOIN GONE (TELEPHONE BUILDING ON CENTRAL AND MARKET - PHOTO) 9
January 27, 1955 PEFLEY PLANNING NEW RESTAURANT 6
January 27, 1955 TRUCK DUMPED IN FREAK ACCIDENT (PHOTOS) 6
January 27, 1955 CONTRACTOR, SEEKING BUILDING PERMIT FOR WAR HOUSING, TAKES LEGAL 1
January 27, 1955 SITE NEEDED FOR SCHOOL IN CONDEMNATION ACTION 7
January 27, 1955 MARJORIE BARBARA LUNDMAN, CHARLES CLINTON WEST 10
January 27, 1955 PICNIC TIME IN 1922 (PHOTOS OF JUANITA) 11
January 27, 1955 BETHERS, IRA D 8
January 27, 1955 CUMMINS, WILLIAM 8
January 27, 1955 OGILVIE, ROBERT 5
January 27, 1955 PLATNER, AUGUSTA 12
January 27, 1955 PLATNER, GUSSIE 5
January 27, 1955 WOOD, WILLIAM E 6
January 27, 1955 $2,419,000 IS BUDGETED FOR CONSTRUCTION ON 2A 9
January 27, 1955 $47,800 ALLOTTED TO PAVE MARKET STREET 1
January 27, 1955 ARGUMENT FOR STREET IMPROVEMENTS (PHOTOS) 7
February 3, 1955 MYRON J PENDERGRAST, ARCHITECT 6
February 3, 1955 OUR TOWN (ANDERSON, ROD) 2
February 3, 1955 PREACHER'S NEW HOME (PHOTO OF HOME BUILT BY CHURCH OF CHRIST MEMBERS) 12
February 3, 1955 AIRLIFT PUTS KIRKLAND CHICKS ON FARMS IN IOWA, FLORIDA AND OHIO 9
February 3, 1955 ARCHITECT'S OFFICE IS OPENED HERE 8
February 3, 1955 FREDERICK'S ANNOUNCED EXPANSION AND HOW IT WILL AFFECT KIRKLAND 2
February 3, 1955 MORTGAGE FIRM'S NAME IS CHANGED (CARROLL MORTGAGE CO) 9
February 3, 1955 REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT LOOMS FOR BIG FINN HILL 1
February 3, 1955 JUANITA RESIDENTS VOTE FOR RECALL OF WATER COMMISSIONER FARRIS 1
February 3, 1955 BROCKMAN, MRS DOVE M 1
February 3, 1955 ELLSWORTH, DEWELLE "DEE" 1
February 3, 1955 HAMMOND, HERBERT L 8
February 3, 1955 KIRKLAND WOMEN FORM NEW CANCER SWORD CHAPTER; OFFICERS ARE ELECTED 10
February 3, 1955 PREACHER'S NEW HOME (PHOTO OF HOME BUILT BY CHURCH OF CHRIST MEMBER) 12
February 3, 1955 ESTIMATED COST OF IMPROVEMENTS ON STREETS CITED 1
February 3, 1955 MISS DARLEYNE JENNINGS, JOSEPH HENDERSON 11
February 10, 1955 EX-WAAF, AMBULANCE DRIVER ... NOW A KIRKLANDITE (MCMILLAN, MAIRA) 11
February 10, 1955 FAMILY TO MAKE TV DEBUT (JAMES, CHARLES) 2
February 10, 1955 OUR TOWN (COMPTON, GEORGE A) 2
February 10, 1955 FIRE HALL REPAIR HELD IMPORTANT 1
February 10, 1955 COMPLAINTS ABOUT GRAVEL PIT TO BE HEARD FEB 23 1
February 10, 1955 CONDITIONS MORE FAVORABLE FOR BUILDING OR MODERNIZING 1
February 10, 1955 NOELENE HELEN SPRINGSTEEL, ODEAN ORVALE HESTIKIND 10
February 10, 1955 BUILDER'S LAWSUIT AGAINST CITY TO BE HEARD MONDAY 1
February 10, 1955 FAMILY TO MAKE TV DEBUT (JAMES, CHARLES) 2
February 10, 1955 OTT, MRS CHESTER L 1
February 10, 1955 SNICKARS, WILHELMINA 1
February 10, 1955 YOUMANS, FRED A 1
February 10, 1955 NORTH SEATTLE AIRPARK ALMOST THING OF PAST 9
February 10, 1955 BUS LINE PROPOSES BOOST IN RATES 1
February 17, 1955 OUR TOWN (LAMBERT, FRANK CHARLES) 2
February 17, 1955 PASCO MAN BUYS CLEANING PLANT 8
February 17, 1955 PLAN KIRKLAND PROMOTION 1
February 17, 1955 "KIDS' FRIEND" NOMINATIONS INDICATE BATTLE FOR HONORS 1
February 17, 1955 BANKING EVERY TUESDAY PROVES POPULAR WITH DISTRICT SCHOOL YOUNGSTERS 9
February 17, 1955 NO APPOINTMENT MADE BY JUANITA WATER BOARD 1
February 17, 1955 ONLY TWO WEEKS LEFT BEFORE STREET BOND ISSUE IS SUBMITTED TO VOTE 1
February 17, 1955 NO APPOINTMENT MADE BY JUANITA WATER BOARD 1
February 17, 1955 NANCY MARTIN, DON CHAMBERLIN 10
February 17, 1955 PATRICIA JEAN FREEMAN, ROBERT BURTON 11
February 24, 1955 THRIFTWAY - SEE AUNT JEMIMA IN PERSON! 8
February 24, 1955 MAJOR AND MRS LUTHER ROSE WED FIFTY YEARS AGO IN SITKA ALASKA 2
February 24, 1955 PAUL MORTENSEN HAS RUN THE GAMUT FROM BEERKASE CHEESE TO BEGONIAS 6
February 24, 1955 NORTH KIRKLAND SCHOOL BUILDING RECEIVES GREEN LIGHT; SEEK NAME 1
February 24, 1955 VETERAN BOOSTER OF LITTLE LEAGUE IS ELECTED "KIDS' FRIEND" 1
February 24, 1955 LYNN ELDEN GREEN, KENNETH STORMANS 12
February 24, 1955 HOUGHTON VOLUNTEER FIREMEN TRAIN RIGOROUSLY TO GIVE PROTECTION... 9
February 24, 1955 KIRKLAND'S NEWEST MEDICAL ADDITION (PHOTO) 11
February 24, 1955 HERSHEY, BEN 1
February 24, 1955 HOPPERS IN WEST CENTRAL TOURNEY 1
February 24, 1955 GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION BACKS STREET BOND ISSUE 1
February 24, 1955 SAMMAMISH SPAN CONTRACT IS LET 1
February 24, 1955 BARBARA WEGNER, RICHARD THOMAS WOLVERTON 12
February 24, 1955 ELINOR SHEPHERD, TREMAINE MCGINTY 6
February 24, 1955 ILA HOUSNER, LEONARD LORENZEN 12
March 3, 1955 VOTE FOR STREET BOND ISSUE! 6
March 3, 1955 OUR TOWN (WALDO BIRD) 10
March 3, 1955 ONCE 'WHITE ELEPHANT' NOW PROVIDES RECREATION MECCAS FOR COMMUNITY 10
March 3, 1955 FIRE DESTROYS BIG FINN HALL 8
March 3, 1955 FIRE DESTROYS BIG FINN HALL 8
March 3, 1955 J R WALKER AND CITY REACH AGREEMENT ON ISSUING OF BUILDING PERMIT 5
March 3, 1955 PEOPLE WIN PROTEST AGAINST GRAVEL PIT IN COUNTY HEARING 5
March 3, 1955 'FIRED' TEACHER REQUESTS COUNSEL FROM RULE GROUP 2
March 3, 1955 HIGH SCHOOL MUSICIANS WIN 18 'SUPERIOR' RATINGS 2
March 3, 1955 LW GRANGE IN 1937 (PHOTO) 7
March 3, 1955 SIX CANDIDATES SEEKING COUNCIL SEATS IN HOUGHTON TOWN ELECTION 1
March 3, 1955 VANDALS DAMAGE CITY PARK FENCE 7
March 3, 1955 MAYOR AND COUNCILMEN ASSERT - BOND ISSUE IS VITAL 1
March 3, 1955 RESIDENTS FAVOR IMPROVING STREETS 1
March 3, 1955 ELINOR SHEPHERD, J TREMAINE MCGINTY 13
March 3, 1955 JANICE ELAINE DANIELS, WAYNE LAVERNE MCNEELY 12
March 10, 1955 JAYNES DRAPERY SHOP - NEW LOCATION 12
March 10, 1955 MR AND MRS C S MERSHON 12
March 10, 1955 DISTRICT'S NEWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (PHOTO OF LAKEVIEW SCHOOL) 6
March 10, 1955 ALL DAY PARKING ON TWO LOTS HAS C OF C ATTENTION 1
March 10, 1955 MRS C GOSSELIN TO TAKE SCHOOL BOARD SEAT MAR 28 1
March 10, 1955 MARGARET WUBBENA, RICHARD SPANGLER 12
March 10, 1955 NANCY GAY SMYTHE, CHARLES FRANKLIN 13
March 10, 1955 COUNCIL APPROVES WATER EXTENSION INTO HOUGHTON 1
March 10, 1955 ATKINS, HAROLD LEROY 2
March 10, 1955 HITZROTH, HARRY 1
March 10, 1955 JOHNSON, ANNA R 7
March 10, 1955 LEACH, CHARLES L 10
March 10, 1955 PROVOST, ART 1
March 10, 1955 THARALDSON, ARMOND L 2
March 10, 1955 WICKENCAMP, WILLIAM 1
March 10, 1955 $125,000 STREET BOND ISSUE APPROVED BY VOTERS 1
March 10, 1955 COUNCIL APPROVES WATER EXTENSION INTO HOUGHTON 1
March 17, 1955 NEW HOMES NEAR BRIDLE TRAILS PARK TO BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION 11
March 17, 1955 HOUGHTONITE IN BUILDING CODE TIFF 1
March 17, 1955 PROGRESS IN EVIDENCE (PHOTO OF ROSE HILL PRESBYTERIAN) 9
March 17, 1955 NEW HOMES NEAR BRIDLE TRAILS PARK TO BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION 11
March 17, 1955 CHAMBER BUDGET SET AT $1200 2
March 17, 1955 DIMES CAMPAIGN NETS $3,425 HERE 2
March 17, 1955 EDUCATION GROUP DEFENDS ACTION 2
March 17, 1955 JOANNE BECHTEL, BILL BLACK 12
March 17, 1955 EMERGENCY CAR, OTHER EQUIPMENT MADE POSSIBLE THRU FIREMAN'S BALL 1
March 17, 1955 HOUGHT'NITE IN BUILDING CODE TIFF 1
March 17, 1955 ALLOWAY, IDA M 1
March 17, 1955 ANDERSON, AUGUST 10
March 17, 1955 LAUGHTON, CAROLINE 2
March 17, 1955 LOCAL HELICOPTER SERVICE INCLUDES EAST SIDE CITIES 8
March 17, 1955 TO LET CONTRACTS ON SECOND BRIDGE SOMETIME IN FALL 1
March 17, 1955 FIGHT DUE ON PHONE RATE INCREASE... 1
March 17, 1955 MARY ANNE ZWIEFELHOFER, A-3C RICHARD OWENS 12
March 24, 1955 SEATTLE FEDERAL SAVINGS TO OPEN KIRKLAND BRANCH 1
March 24, 1955 LOW PRICES, FRIENDLINESS DRAW TRADE TO KIRKLAND 8
March 24, 1955 CONTEST WILL NAME SCHOOL IN KIRKLAND 1
March 24, 1955 KIRKLAND TEACHERS HERE ASK $41932 SALARY INCREASE FOR NEXT YEAR 1
March 24, 1955 SCHOOLS MAY GET FINN HILL SITE 1
March 24, 1955 BETTY ONA, ENS. MELVIN C KERWIN 12
March 24, 1955 "BLUE RIBBON DAYS" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 1
March 24, 1955 CITY COUNCIL BURDENED BY PROBLEMS OF WATER, SEWER EXTENSIONS, CUR 2
March 24, 1955 HOUGHTON COUNCIL OKEYS TAVERN PERMIT 1
March 24, 1955 POLICE ARREST DARING DRIVER 2
March 24, 1955 COBURN, MYRTLE 8
March 24, 1955 CONE, LA VERNE 14
March 24, 1955 FREDERICK, LYDIA E 2
March 24, 1955 MILES, WILLIAM G 2
March 24, 1955 LAKE STREET APTLY NAMED (PHOTO OF NEEDED IMPROVEMENT) 5
March 31, 1955 MRS LARRY PICKRELL WINNER OF "MRS KIRKLAND" CONTEST 1
March 31, 1955 OUR TOWN (SCOTT, CARLOS) 10
March 31, 1955 BID IS $355,912 ON NEW SCHOOL 1
March 31, 1955 ROSE HILL YOUNGSTER, NEARLY BLIND, PICTURED ON '55 EASTER SEAL 9
March 31, 1955 GIRL RESCUED FROM DROWNING OFF HOUGHTON DOCK 1
March 31, 1955 TOO MANY FIRMS INVITE ROBBERY 1
March 31, 1955 BARTLETT, A S 6
March 31, 1955 MORSE, ROBERT C 6
March 31, 1955 MARKET STREET REPAVING CONTRACT TO BE LET APRIL 5 1
March 31, 1955 SHARLENE JACOBSON, CHARLES MILLER 14
April 7, 1955 THANKS BILL BOWIE (SCHOOL DIRECTOR) 6
April 7, 1955 OUR TOWN (BRYANT, JOHN W) 2
April 7, 1955 APPLIANCE STORE SOLD TO H ENGEL 5
April 7, 1955 WAGONER JEWELRY IN NEW LOCATION 5
April 7, 1955 PATRICIA JEAN BURKHEIMER, JAMES R FAY 15
April 7, 1955 TEEN-AGE CANTEEN FOUNDED IN MARCH, 1944 7
April 7, 1955 BOY IS BEATEN BY THREE YOUTHS 7
April 7, 1955 MAJOR GENERAL HEWITT INSPECTS JUANITA AAA BATTERY, MAKES 2 AWARDS 13
April 7, 1955 HAGEN, HARRY 13
April 7, 1955 PATTY, OLLIS 1
April 7, 1955 DEMOLAY CHAPTER INSTITUTED HERE 7
April 7, 1955 GARBAGE SOLUTION ASKED OF COUNCIL BY H M LODWIG 1
April 14, 1955 UGN FUNDS FOR CANTEEN MAY BE LOST 1
April 14, 1955 8TH ANNUAL PRIMROSE SHOW OPENS FRIDAY AT 2 P M 1
April 14, 1955 POLIO VACCINE TO BENEFIT 900 LOCAL CHILDREN 1
April 14, 1955 REMEMBER WAY BACK WHEN (PHOTO OF 1918 KHS CLASS) 16
April 14, 1955 BETTES, ELLA MAY 1
April 14, 1955 NEAL, ROBERT LEE 1
April 14, 1955 STORMS, CHARLES A 2
April 14, 1955 ELSIE RECOR, WAYNE COLLINS 2
April 14, 1955 NANCY LITTLEFIELD, ROBERT RUBENS 14
April 21, 1955 HANS ONA, 72-YEAR-OLD WATCHMAN, PUTS IN 56-HOUR SHIFT AT SHIPYARD 1
April 21, 1955 TRAILS RESIDENTS JOIN WATER DIST. 1
April 21, 1955 IMMEDIATE OFF-SITE SALE OF PROJECT A ORDERED BY FHA 1
April 21, 1955 MAYOR, COUNCILMEN FAVOR ANNEXATION OF ROSE HILL 1
April 21, 1955 PRIMROSE SHOW JUDGED 'SUCCESS' 8
April 21, 1955 CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN NEXT WEEK ON JUANITA FIRE HALL 1
April 21, 1955 POLICY ON SALK VACCINE IS SET 9
April 21, 1955 CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN NEXT WEEK ON JUANITA FIRE HALL 1
April 21, 1955 BANK HOLD-UP HERE ONLY A TEST; ROAD BLOCKS, COMMUNICATION GOOD 1
April 21, 1955 COMMUNITY "WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT" NAMED AT BPW BANQUET 14
April 21, 1955 NAMES FOR PARKS SOUGHT BY CITY 1
April 21, 1955 MAYOR, COUNCILMEN FAVOR ANNEXATION OF ROSE HILL 1
April 21, 1955 TRAILS RESIDENTS JOIN WATER DIST. 1
April 28, 1955 MR AND MRS W S QUACKENBUSH 9
April 28, 1955 OUR TOWN (WHEADON, PERCY) 2
April 28, 1955 EXTENSION OF PERMIT TO WORK GRAVEL PIT DENIED BY CO BOARD 1
April 28, 1955 OKEY GIVEN ON ZONING 15-ACRE SITE 1
April 28, 1955 FUNDS FOR LOCAL SCHOOL ALLOCATED 1
April 28, 1955 SCHOOL BUDGET UP TO $1,383,394.18 7
April 28, 1955 CLEAN-UP DRIVE SCHEDULED HERE 1
April 28, 1955 THREE PUERTO RICAN YOUNGSTERS AT CENTRAL SCHOOL MAKE RAPID PROGRESS 5
April 28, 1955 ACME MILLWORK CONSOLIDATES OFFICES IN KIRKLAND 1
April 28, 1955 OPEN HOUSE SET BY CADMAN FIRM (PHOTOS OF CADMAN GRAVEL) 7
April 28, 1955 ELDRIDGE, AMOS S 5
April 28, 1955 ENGLE, CHARLES E 10
April 28, 1955 GRUBE, KENNETH THOMAS 10
April 28, 1955 JONES, CORA 9
April 28, 1955 MOEN, BERTINA 6
April 28, 1955 SAUNDERS, DON C 2
April 28, 1955 STONER, JOHN DAVID 9
April 28, 1955 TAYLOR, WILL H 9
April 28, 1955 ZICKRICK, ANNA B 5
April 28, 1955 ROSE HILL GROUP IN OPPOSITION TO ANNEXATION IDEA 1
April 28, 1955 ROSE HILL SHOPPING CENTER PLANNED 1
April 28, 1955 MORE CUSTOMER PARKING SOUGHT 1
April 28, 1955 SHIRLEY FREDERICK, RONALD EASTON 10
May 5, 1955 YOUNG ARTISTS CAPTIVATE AUDIENCE AT EAST SIDE MUSIC FESTIVAL 2
May 5, 1955 OUR TOWN (GOSSELIN, MRS CHARLES L) 14
May 5, 1955 REZONING SURVEY GETS ATTENTION 13
May 5, 1955 PRIZES AND SURPRISES ON TAP FOR BIG FREE COOKING SCHOOL MAY 9 1
May 5, 1955 CLEAN-UP DRIVE STARTS SATURDAY 1
May 5, 1955 LAW HELPS RETARDED YOUNGSTERS 14
May 5, 1955 KELLY, EMILY JANE 7
May 5, 1955 LARSON, PETER 13
May 5, 1955 PEET, ROBERT 1
May 5, 1955 RODGERS, MARGUERITE 1
May 5, 1955 RYAN, REVEREND ROBERT JOSEPH 1
May 5, 1955 ASK CHAMBER PRESIDENT TO SPEAK AT ROSE HILL COMMUNITY MEETING 1
May 5, 1955 COUNCIL APPROVES MAY 16 BID CALL FOR GRADER, PIPE 1
May 5, 1955 MARY SAVILLE, JOHN MATULIK 16
May 12, 1955 HOUGHTON-KIRKLAND CONSOLIDATION ELECTION SET 1
May 12, 1955 1,100 HOUSEWIVES ATTEND JOURNAL'S COOKING SCHOOL 1
May 12, 1955 NEW SCHOOL SITES, BUILDINGS AND KINDERGARTEN UP FOR VOTE MAY 24 1
May 12, 1955 CLEAN-UP DRIVE OFFERS PICKUP SERVICE 6
May 12, 1955 HOUGHTON-KIRKLAND CONSOLIDATION ELECTION SET 1
May 12, 1955 MAGUIRE, JAMES 8
May 12, 1955 O'KEEFE, OLIVE MAE 5
May 12, 1955 CITY RECREATION PROGRAM RATES WITH BEST IN NORTHWEST, SAYS PELTON 8
May 12, 1955 MODERATION OF MANY REQUESTS FOR BRIDGE APPROACHES IS URGED 1
May 19, 1955 OUR TOWN (THORSON, DUANE S) 10
May 19, 1955 NEW TIME IS SET FOR TENANTS OF A AND B TO MOVE 1
May 19, 1955 BENEFITS TO BOTH COMMUNITIES ARE SEEN IN CONSOLIDATION OF HOUGHTON 1
May 19, 1955 COMPLEX PROBLEMS ARE CREATED BY A RAPIDLY-EXPANDING POPULATION 1
May 19, 1955 ADVISORY COUNCIL URGES PASSAGE OF THREE SCHOOL PROPOSITIONS 1
May 19, 1955 HERE IS FULL TEXT OF SCHOOL BOND ISSUES AND LEVIES TO BE ON BALLOT 7
May 19, 1955 PRE-SCHOOLERS SPEND HAPPY DAY IN KINDERGARTEN MAKING GIFTS 7
May 19, 1955 SCHOOL BUDGET UP BY 10 1/2 PER CENT TO $1,405,065; SALARIES INCREASE 1
May 19, 1955 ARDYTHE BOUCHELLE, MICHAEL GREEN 12
May 19, 1955 NEW PHYSICIAN OPENS OFFICE (JARVIS, DR ERNEST C) 7
May 19, 1955 MEMORIAL PARADE UNDER LEGION-VFW AUSPICES 9
May 19, 1955 BENEFITS TO BOTH COMMUNITIES ARE SEEN IN CONSOLIDATION OF HOUGHTON 1
May 19, 1955 LAGE, JOHN 7
May 19, 1955 O'KEEFE, OLIVE 10
May 19, 1955 ACTION ON BRIDGE TO BE REQUESTED BY ROAD GROUPS 2
May 19, 1955 FINAL FIGURES ON L.I.D. ASSESSMENTS FOR STREET PROJECT ... 1
May 19, 1955 PATRICIA AFRICIA, DAVID OVENELL 12
May 26, 1955 CARING FOR 7000 CHICKENS PROVES SIZABLE PROJECT FOR BURNS FAMILY 6
May 26, 1955 'EDUCATED' BANTY HEN HAS HATCHED CHICKS SINCE '46 AT CENTRAL SCHOOL 2
May 26, 1955 BREAD DELIVERY MAN IS STILL GOING STRONG (HANSON, CLAYTON A) 9
May 26, 1955 CALIFORNIA TOWN NAMES LOCAL MAN TO MANAGER POST (NELSON, HERBERT) 1
May 26, 1955 CONEY ISLAND RED HOTS! (HUGHES, MRS AVICE - SICK'S CONCESSIONAIRE 5
May 26, 1955 JUNIOR HIGH BIDS EXCEED ESTIMATE 1
May 26, 1955 BUILDING STARTS ON JUANITA FIRE HALL 9
May 26, 1955 DEADLINE IS SET FOR VACATING OF A AND B PROJECTS 6
May 26, 1955 SOON TO BE CHANGED (PHOTO OF KIRKLAND SIGN) 1
May 26, 1955 BOND ISSUE, KINDERGARTEN WIN BY WIDE MAJORITY 1
May 26, 1955 BEVERLY JEAN OLSON, VERNON GLENN LOCKMAN 12
May 26, 1955 DOCKSIDE, GRAVESIDE RITES, PARADE ON MEMORIAL DAY 1
May 26, 1955 BUILDING STARTS ON JUANITA FIRE HALL 9
May 26, 1955 LOCAL BEACHES OPEN JUNE 10 12
May 26, 1955 THINGS AHEAD IN TRANSPORTATION 10
May 26, 1955 NEW 2A OVERPASS JOB STARTS SOON 1
May 26, 1955 RESOLUTION URGES ACTION BY MAYOR, COUNCIL, ON SPAN 1
May 26, 1955 TO FINISH PAVING JOB IN 4-6 WEEKS 1
May 26, 1955 JANET EDGAR, RICHARD NICHOLS 12
June 2, 1955 SEATTLE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN - GRAND OPENING 11
June 2, 1955 SAVINGS FIRM OPENS HERE FRIDAY 1
June 2, 1955 KIRKLAND BROTHERS RECALL HELPING BUILD ICE HOUSE (SWENSON) 9
June 2, 1955 JR HIGH WORK GIVEN GO-AHEAD 1
June 2, 1955 FURNITURE STORE TRANSACTION TOLD 2
June 2, 1955 HOLM ROOFING CO. TO SELL LOCATION 13
June 2, 1955 MARINE BUSINESS SOLD TO ANACKER 10
June 2, 1955 PROPOSED CONSOLIDATION LIKE MARRIAGE; COOPERATION, UNDERSTANDING 1
June 2, 1955 NEVELE VON ROCHESTER, MELVIN D LONCTOT 13
June 2, 1955 FREE X-RAY UNIT HERE JUNE 6-10 1
June 2, 1955 GIRL SCOUTS OF KIRKLAND, JUANITA AND ROSE HILL AREAS WIN AWARD 10
June 2, 1955 (PHONE) RATE INCREASES GIVEN WEST COAST FOR AREA SERVICE 1
June 2, 1955 CAROL HOLDEMAN, GEORGE WHITE 12
June 2, 1955 OLIVIA SLANZI, DAVE WHITLOW 12
June 9, 1955 JACOB VERSEPUT, TRUE CRAFTSMAN, HAS BEEN BINDING BOOKS 50 YEARS 6
June 9, 1955 OUR TOWN (WAGONER, THAINE) 10
June 9, 1955 CONSOLIDATION WOULD EFFECT SAVINGS IN INSURANCE AND UTILITIES 1
June 9, 1955 DIPLOMAS PRESENTED LAST NIGHT TO 167 LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH SENIORS 2
June 9, 1955 EDUCATION CLASS IN AD PRODUCTION 11
June 9, 1955 GEORGE COMPTON RESIGNS FROM CITY COUNCIL POST 1
June 9, 1955 YOUNGSTERS WILL SWARM CITY BEACHES FRIDAY AS LIFEGUARDS BEGIN DUTY 7
June 9, 1955 BERNARD, WILLIAM H 6
June 9, 1955 RINGHEIM, ANDREW O 2
June 9, 1955 ROGNESS, IVAR 12
June 9, 1955 SUSKEY, DORA 14
June 9, 1955 MAYOR POMEROY DEFENDS SEATTLE ACTION ON SPAN 1
June 9, 1955 PAVING PROJECT HALTED UNTIL CITY FINISHES DRAIN LINES 1
June 16, 1955 THRIFTWAY - FOUR BIG ELEPHANTS HERE! 8
June 16, 1955 OUR TOWN (CONRAD, PHILIP) 10
June 16, 1955 TWO KIRKLAND MEN ON PRIVATE PLANE FLIGHT MISSING EN ROUTE FROM PA 1
June 16, 1955 $395 FOR HOSPITAL INCUBATOR RAISED THROUGH PATTY FUND 2
June 16, 1955 GRADUATION WAS A BIG DAY ... AND NIGHT ... PICTURES TELL STORY 11
June 16, 1955 PUBLIC IS INVITED TO STUDY TEXTBOOKS BEING SAMPLED FOR SCHOOL USE 10
June 16, 1955 EVELYN SANDOZ, MORRIS H JULSON 12
June 16, 1955 INSURANCE PEOPLE OPEN CAMPAIGN FOR MAKING AREA BEAUTIFUL, SAFE 9
June 16, 1955 CITY'S NEW GRADER ADMIRED (PHOTO) 1
June 16, 1955 LIFEGUARD SAVES 15-YEAR OLD BOY FROM DROWNING 1
June 16, 1955 WHAT NEXT? THIEVES REMOVE BARBER CHAIR 1
June 16, 1955 MADISON, JULIUS V 1
June 16, 1955 CITY PARK NAMED; BOARD CHOOSES 'WAVERLY PARK' 1
June 16, 1955 CONTRACT IS LET FOR 2A BRIDGES 7
June 16, 1955 LAKE BOULEVARD RESIDENTS OBJECTING TO PARKING PLANNED AT MARINE C 1
June 16, 1955 PATRICIA JEAN BURKHEIMER, JAMES RUSSELL FAY 12
June 23, 1955 MR AND MRS A C DILL HONORED AT GOLDEN WEDDING RECEPTION 12
June 23, 1955 OUR TOWN (SARVER, ROBERT NOEL) 10
June 23, 1955 DIRECTORS CHOOSE 'NORKIRK' SCHOOL 12
June 23, 1955 FINISHING TOUCHES PUT ON LAKEVIEW SCHOOL AFTER DELAY BY WET GROUND 6
June 23, 1955 KIRKLAND FURNITURE LAUNCHES A SEARCH FOR OLDEST RANGE ... 6
June 23, 1955 SEARCH FOR TWO KIRKLAND MEN LOST ON PASCO-BELLEVUE FLIGHT HALTED 1
June 23, 1955 CAMP FOR YOUTHS ON TAYLOR RIVER LEASED BY POLICE 1
June 23, 1955 BIG AERIAL MAP OF KIRKLAND DISPLAYED IN BANK WINDOW 9
June 23, 1955 HEARINGS ON CONSOLIDATION AND L.I.D. MONDAY NIGHT 1
June 23, 1955 NAILING DOWN DRAWBACKS AGAINST CONSOLIDATION NO SIMPLE PROJECT 10
June 23, 1955 EVEREST RESIGNS AS CHAIRMAN OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE 9
June 23, 1955 SCHOOL DISTRICT BUYS TWO BUSES TOTALING $21,589 7
June 23, 1955 BIG FIGHT CARD OPENS EAGLE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL TONIGHT 1
June 23, 1955 PUBLIC SESSIONS WILL DRAW MANY TO TOWN HALLS 1
June 23, 1955 WOODCREST'S NEW WEAVING MACHINE ANOTHER GOOD EXAMPLE OF AUTOMATION 6
June 23, 1955 INTEREST HIGH IN COUNTY-RED CROSS SWIMMING CLASSES (PHOTOS) 7
June 23, 1955 BREY, DELOS R 14
June 23, 1955 HOGREF, MARIE 14
June 23, 1955 STEVENS, PERTHENIA (TINA) 14
June 23, 1955 PASTOR IS NAMED FOR HOLY FAMILY (CONGER, REV DONALD) 1
June 23, 1955 MAP SHOWS AREAS COVERED BY PROPOSED STREET IMPROVEMENT 2
June 23, 1955 WHEN PAVEMENT EXPLODED (PHOTO) 13
June 23, 1955 CITY'S GARBAGE CONTRACT REVISITED 8
June 23, 1955 WHEN PAVEMENT EXPLODED (PHOTO) 13
June 23, 1955 EMMA HUNT, HENRY PEEK 12
June 23, 1955 MARILYN J KIRTLEY, ROBERT T WOODSON 12
June 30, 1955 EMMETT JEWELLS SURPRISED AT PARTY ON THEIR 40TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 10
June 30, 1955 MR-MRS JOHN HANCOCK OF ROSE HILL TO CELEBRATE 50 YEARS OF MARRIAGE 12
June 30, 1955 BELLEVUE OFFICER SAVES DAY AS STORK WINS HOSPITAL RACE 1
June 30, 1955 THE SAD SIDE TO KIRKLAND'S FIRE 10
June 30, 1955 VANDALISM NOT CAUSE OF BLAZE (PHOTOS) 1
June 30, 1955 HOUGHTON VOTERS AIR CONSOLIDATION 1
June 30, 1955 GLORIA RUTH OLDFIELD, ERNAN YOUNG SMITH 12
June 30, 1955 FREE MOVIES SET FOR JULY FOURTH 10
June 30, 1955 ANNUAL STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL AND PARADE SCORES TREMENDOUS SUCCESS 6
June 30, 1955 HOUGHTON VOTERS AIR CONSOLIDATION 1
June 30, 1955 BELLEVUE OFFICER SAVES DAY AS STORK WINS HOSPITAL RACE 1
June 30, 1955 PERFORMANCE OF KIRKLAND GUARD UNIT WINS PRAISE FROM GENERAL DEAN 9
June 30, 1955 ELSON, WELLS 2
June 30, 1955 ONA, HANS 2
June 30, 1955 SPAULDING, LAWRENCE A 2
June 30, 1955 HUGH BELL NEW PRESIDENT OF KIRKLAND-BELLEVUE ROTARY 9
June 30, 1955 KIRKLAND TROOP AMONG FIRST TO CAMP OUT WITH TENT-EQUIPPED TRAILER 7
June 30, 1955 PLAY-BY-PLAY ACCOUNT OF CITY STREET L.I.D. HEARING 1
June 30, 1955 PUBLIC PROTESTS HEARD AT L.I.D. HEARING MONDAY 1
June 30, 1955 TO OPEN BIDS ON 2A UNDERCROSSING 1
June 30, 1955 JOYCE MARLENE TAYLOR, WILLIAM JOSEPH PRICE 12
June 30, 1955 SHARON DIANNE FAGERBERG, LLOYD HARLAND HULL 12
July 7, 1955 GEORGE NICKLAUS NOW IN NOVITIATE 1
July 7, 1955 OUR TOWN (ABBETT, LEWIS EDGAR) 2
July 7, 1955 TWINS COME IN PAIRS AT KIRKLAND HOSPITAL 1
July 7, 1955 FOR SOME, FIRE A BRIEF INTERLUDE 1
July 7, 1955 OFFICIALS STILL SEEKING CAUSE OF RECENT FIRE 1
July 7, 1955 CHARLES JOHNSON GIVEN UGN POST 1
July 7, 1955 'DENSITY CONTROL' NEAR AT HAND 5
July 7, 1955 HOW WE COMING WITH OUR SIGNS? 5
July 7, 1955 VOTERS WILL TACKLE CONSOLIDATION ISSUE TUESDAY 1
July 7, 1955 COMMISSION OK'S TEXTS FOR SCHOOL 1
July 7, 1955 BEGONIA SHOW SCHEDULED FOR CIVIC CENTER JULY 16-17 6
July 7, 1955 WATER CARNIVAL QUEEN FINALISTS AWAIT CORONATION DAY 1
July 7, 1955 1911 AGRICULTURE CLASS (PHOTOS) 5
July 7, 1955 RECKLESS ROBIN HOODS THWARTED 1
July 7, 1955 GEORGE NICKLAUS NOW IN NOVITIATE 1
July 7, 1955 NEW HOLY FAMILY PASTOR INSTALLED (CONGER, REV DONALD) 6
July 7, 1955 HIGHWAY UNDERPASS CONTRACT LET 1
July 7, 1955 ...EAST SIDERS WISH WEATHER WASN'T WINDY AND WET 9
July 7, 1955 CAROLYN LIDDELL, REV CHARLES A FORBES 1
July 7, 1955 MARGARET ELEANOR WUBBENA, RICHARD CARL SPANGLER 10
July 7, 1955 MARY HALLOWELL, HAROLD LYNN UNDERWOOD 10
July 14, 1955 MRS RAE WILLIAMS 'MOTHERED' COURSE IN RETAILING COPIED BY 44 STAT 12
July 14, 1955 BARNS GO, HOUSES ARE MOVED AS 2-A HIGHWAY WORK PUSHES THROUGH ARE 9
July 14, 1955 PIANO SHOP OWNERS OPENING NEW STORE 5
July 14, 1955 CONSOLIDATION LOSES 1
July 14, 1955 SUSAN SHEPARD PEGG, DONALD A SAUNDERS 12
July 14, 1955 EAST SIDE BEGONIA SHOW AT CIVIC CENTER THIS WEEKEND 1
July 14, 1955 CONSOLIDATION LOSES, 1
July 14, 1955 PILON, MARY JANE 9
July 14, 1955 KIRKLAND JR. POLICE RECREATION AREA NEAR COMPLETION, AWAITS CAMPERS 5
July 14, 1955 ACTION ON BRIDGE URGED BY GROUP IN EASTERN WASHINGTON 1
July 14, 1955 IMMEDIATE ACTION IS ASKED IN LOCATING WEST APPROACH OF 2ND BRIDGE 2
July 14, 1955 ONLY 35% PROTEST L.I.D.; COUNCILMEN OKEY STREET WORK 1
July 14, 1955 REVIVE OLD PLAN FOR APPROACH ON 2ND LAKE BRIDGE 1
July 14, 1955 SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY (PHOTO) 7
July 14, 1955 KIRKLAND TO BECOME PUGET'S "NERVE CENTER" 1
July 21, 1955 BOARD TO REQUEST MORE ON ALARMS 1
July 21, 1955 GOING UP - EXPANSION - CLEARING THE WAY (3 PHOTOS OF KIRKLAND JHS) 9
July 21, 1955 COUNCIL IS ASKED TO RESCIND LAW ON HOUSE MOVING 1
July 21, 1955 COUNCIL IS ASKED TO RESCIND LAW ON HOUSE MOVING 1
July 21, 1955 KIDS CAN WIN CASH AWARDS IN CARNIVAL PARADE 12
July 21, 1955 COUNCIL IS ASKED TO RESCIND LAW ON HOUSE MOVING 1
July 21, 1955 PARKING METER REVENUE UP 10% 1
July 21, 1955 65-YEAR-OLD LETTER GIVES GLIMPSES OF NORTHWEST 9
July 21, 1955 COUNCIL IS ASKED TO RESCIND LAW ON HOUSE MOVING 1
July 21, 1955 DOOR-TO-DOOR SALESWOMAN JAILED AFTER EMPLOYER REFUSES TO PAY 2
July 21, 1955 SHANE, BRADLEY ROY 6
July 21, 1955 STATE BABE RUTH LEAGUE BASEBALL TOURNEY OPENS HERE TOMORROW NIGHT 1
July 21, 1955 GATEWAY'S 'BIG BERTHA' MAKES DEBUT (PHOTO) 2
July 21, 1955 ROSE HILL READERS ANTICIPATE COUNTY BOOKMOBILE VISIT EVERY 3 WEEK 10
July 21, 1955 CITY STREET WORK (PHOTO) 1
July 21, 1955 IRMA ISABEL DANIELS, RICHARD BYRON HALL 12
July 21, 1955 SHIRLEY ADAMS, ALLEN ARMSTRONG 11
July 28, 1955 SUPERIOR SERVICE AND SALES, INC - GRAND OPENING 7
July 28, 1955 BANK RESOURCES NEARLY $1,500,000 1
July 28, 1955 MEDINA, HUNT'S POINT OKEY INCORPORATION 2
July 28, 1955 YES, THAT FELLOW DOING THE CHORES IS NONE OTHER THAN GRAMPS FISHER 9
July 28, 1955 TRIO WILL OPEN TV, FURNITURE BUSINESS MONDAY 8
July 28, 1955 C OF C PLANS FOR AGGRESSIVE PROGRAM IN 1956 1
July 28, 1955 KATHERINE ELAINE SHERWOOD, CARL WILLIAM LARSON 12
July 28, 1955 KIWANIS WATER CARNIVAL TO OFFER FUN FOR EVERYONE 1
July 28, 1955 ROSELL (BILL) NOMINATED TO FILL CITY COUNCIL VACANCY 1
July 28, 1955 PETITION PASSED; SPEEDWAY POSTED 2
July 28, 1955 BAIER, MICHAEL 1
July 28, 1955 WEED, GEORGE 14
July 28, 1955 MINIATURE SUN VALLEY DEVELOPING ALONG HIGHWAY 5
July 28, 1955 CAVE-INS, WATER HINDER 'BIG HOLE' 2
July 28, 1955 OLD 2-A ROUTE THROUGH CITY WILL BE ABANDONED BY STATE 1
July 28, 1955 RAIN, SOIL HAMPER 2-A HIGHWAY WORK (PHOTOS) 2
July 28, 1955 TORN-UP STREETS POSE PROBLEM 10
July 28, 1955 POWER COMPANY'S MOVE AIDS COMMUNITY 10
July 28, 1955 BEATRICE H GERLACH, ROBERT W CAMPBELL 12
July 28, 1955 CAROL ANN GARRETT, WILLIAM F PUMPHREY 12
July 28, 1955 DONNA DOAN, DEAN KISSINGER 12
July 28, 1955 MALOU HUMBERT, LT DARRELL WARD 12
August 4, 1955 RAISING A HEALTHY FLOCK OF FRYERS MEANS 24-HR JOB FOR JUAN JOHNSON 8
August 4, 1955 SOME RESIDENTS WILL BUY HOMES IN PROJECTS A-B 2
August 4, 1955 SEARS REMODELED STORE IS MODEL FOR ENTIRE AREA 7
August 4, 1955 KIRKLANDITES USE UGN AGENCIES 10
August 4, 1955 WATER CARNIVAL OPENS TOMORROW 1
August 4, 1955 ROSELL NOMINATION TO COUNCIL OK'D; VAUX DRILLS COUNCIL FOR OIL 6
August 4, 1955 INSTALLATION OF OWN WATER SYSTEM BEING PLANNED BY HOUGHTON COUNCIL 1
August 4, 1955 JUANITA WATER DISTRICT ENGINEERS TO PRESENT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 8
August 4, 1955 POLICE SEARCHING FOR WIRE THIEF 1
August 4, 1955 CURTISS, GLENN 10
August 4, 1955 JUPE PLUVIUS HAS BEEN HARD ON RESORTS 10
August 4, 1955 BRIDGE GROUP, LANGLIE MEET 1
August 4, 1955 CITY DOING WORK TO PROTECT STATE PAVING PROJECT 2
August 4, 1955 LOOK OUT BELOW! (PHOTO OF 'BIG HOLE' IN STREET) 7
August 4, 1955 INSTALLATION OF OWN WATER SYSTEM BEING PLANNED BY HOUGHTON COUNCIL 1
August 4, 1955 JUANITA WATER DISTRICT ENGINEERS TO PRESENT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 8
August 4, 1955 JOANNE HABERZETLE, DONALD VAN DYKE 12
August 4, 1955 LOUISE MURTAGH, DR KENNETH DREWELOW 12
August 11, 1955 OUR TOWN (KRYGER, JAMES JOSEPH) 10
August 11, 1955 SITES CONSIDERED FOR SCHOOL USE 1
August 11, 1955 LAKEFRONT APARTMENTS TO BE STARTED SEPT 15 1
August 11, 1955 LAST PUBLIC HOUSING UNITS TO GO; FINAL SALE CLOSES BY SEPTEMBER 9 8
August 11, 1955 ELECTRIC FIRM OPENED IN CITY BY CHUCK FOWLER 2
August 11, 1955 UGN GOAL $12,849 SET FOR KIRKLAND SAYS MRS VAUX 1
August 11, 1955 CONSOLIDATION IS STILL BIG ISSUE 2
August 11, 1955 LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOLS TO OPEN DOORS TO SOME 4600 STUDENTS SEP 7 6
August 11, 1955 PHOTOS OF WATER CARNIVAL 7
August 11, 1955 MAYOR'S SALARY DUE FOR PUBLIC AIRING 10
August 11, 1955 END TO BREATH-TAKING INTERSECTION INCIDENTS SOUGHT BY JUANITA  9
August 11, 1955 JUANITA BEACH SURVEY SLATED 10
August 11, 1955 BOUCHARD, MRS ERNEST 10
August 11, 1955 GREEN, BERTHA M 2
August 11, 1955 SMYSER, SHIRLEY ANN 1
August 11, 1955 TIMMONS, JOSEPH WILLIAM 5
August 11, 1955 LITTLE LEAGUERS PLAY IN COAST CHAMPIONSHIP TODAY 1
August 11, 1955 END TO BREATH-TAKING INTERSECTION INCIDENTS SOUGHT BY JUANITA  9
August 11, 1955 GOVERNOR LANGLIE SUGGESTS TEST COURT CASE ON BRIDGE 1
August 18, 1955 MR AND MRS RALPH T BROWN INVITE FRIENDS TO 25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 13
August 18, 1955 DWELLING SALE, MOVING CONTINUES (PHOTO) 6
August 18, 1955 UGN ADVANCE DRIVE OPENS 1
August 18, 1955 SCHOOLS OPENING SEPT 7 1
August 18, 1955 DIANNA M BOWES, WILLIAM L BLAKE 12
August 18, 1955 STAN BORESON SHOW COMING HERE SEPT 9 1
August 18, 1955 PEOPLE CONSIDER MAYOR'S SALARY 1
August 18, 1955 LABOR UNION HITS UNAUTHORIZED LOCAL SOLICITATION 1
August 18, 1955 DOCKA, PETRINA 9
August 18, 1955 DRESEN, LEONARD PETER 9
August 18, 1955 HULL, MARY A 1
August 18, 1955 OLSON, PAUL 9
August 18, 1955 RANDALL, PEARL 9
August 18, 1955 REV G P HELLIWELL ASSUMING DUTIES AS CONGREGATIONAL MINISTER 12
August 18, 1955 KIRKLAND, WITH POPULATION OF 5,5750 RANKS 32ND IN STATE CENSUS 7
August 18, 1955 COUNCIL AWARDS SEWER OUTFALL JOB TO MCRAY 1
August 18, 1955 KIRKLAND UTILITY TAX PROPOSED FOR RAISING $15,000 1
August 25, 1955 THRIFTWAY (DAVY CROCKETT IN PERSON!) 8
August 25, 1955 ELLEN THURSTON GETS THE JOB DONE 10
August 25, 1955 SUMMER BROUGHT NO ESCAPE FROM BOOKS FOR DUANE (THORSON) 9
August 25, 1955 GROUND BROKEN FOR $175,000 MEDICAL CENTER 1
August 25, 1955 TEEN CANTEEN FUNDS ARE ASSURED 5
August 25, 1955 $14,999 IN OPTIONS ADDED TO LOCAL JUNIOR HIGH JOB 2
August 25, 1955 PLENTY OF LIGHT (PHOTO OF LAKEVIEW GRADE SCHOOL CLASSROOM) 7
August 25, 1955 KIRKLAND'S PROPOSED UTILITY TAX WILL BE DISCUSSED BY COMPANIES 1
August 25, 1955 SOME OF THE NEW INSTRUCTORS WHO WILL TEACH IN LOCAL SYSTEM THIS Y 6
August 25, 1955 RIDES ON FIRE TRUCKS, RACES ARE HIGHLIGHTS OF HOUGHTON LIBRARY RE 14
August 25, 1955 THREE-MAN HOUGHTON WATER COMMISSION TO GATHER FACTS ON PROPOSED SYSTEM 5
August 25, 1955 HOUGHTON POLICE CONNECTED BY RADIO TO COUNTY NETWORK 2
August 25, 1955 TWO BOYS STEAL CAR, SMASH UP TROPHIES 1
August 25, 1955 CITY'S FIRST NEIGHBORHOOD PLAYGROUND TO BE SEEDED 9
August 25, 1955 KIRKLAND POLICE CAMP LOCATED IN HEART OF CASCADES 5
August 25, 1955 CALLS FOR BIDS ON SECOND LAKE BRIDGE EXPECTED JANUARY FIRST 1
August 25, 1955 THREE-MAN HOUGHTON WATER COMMISSION TO GATHER FACTS ON PROPOSED SYSTEM 5
August 25, 1955 ELIZABETH NJOS, RONALD TURNER 12
September 1, 1955 ROY'S CAFE - REOPENING 2
September 1, 1955 LAKE WASHINGTON FUTURE FARMERS WIN LAURELS AT KING COUNTY FAIR 6
September 1, 1955 PRICE (ANDREW) ELECTED ASS'T VICE PRESIDENT OF N. B. OF C. 9
September 1, 1955 AT THE WICKENCAMPS' THERE'S BURROS AND 6-TOED CATS 2
September 1, 1955 TEEN CANTEEN OPENING SET 9
September 1, 1955 HOLY FAMILY CHURCH OPENS FUND DRIVE TONIGHT. DR EMMET MCKILLOP IS 1
September 1, 1955 FOOTBALLERS HERE ALL TO WEAR FACE MASKS THIS SEASON 5
September 1, 1955 NEARLY 4,500 PUPILS EXPECTED TO REPORT SEPT 7 1
September 1, 1955 KIRKLAND LADIES VIOLIN PLAYERS IN SEATTLE SYMPHONY 10
September 1, 1955 'ABNORMAL COSTS' LISTED BY LELAND 1
September 1, 1955 CITY TO COMPLETE DRAINAGE WORK; TO LET CONTRACT 1
September 1, 1955 MANY RESIDENTS POLLED BELIEVE MAYOR SHOULD RECEIVE SALARY 7
September 1, 1955 PAY INCREASES FOR DEPARTMENT HEADS TO BE ASKED IN '56 1
September 1, 1955 CITY DELINQUENCY RECORD ONE OF THE BEST 1
September 1, 1955 AMUNDSON, ELOUISE 4
September 1, 1955 FORTESCUE, FREDERICK ERNEST 1
September 1, 1955 KILLGREEN, WILLIAM S 1
September 1, 1955 MCEACHERN, HANNAH 1
September 1, 1955 JUANITA GIRL SCOUTS LEAD RUGGED LIFE IN WOLDS OF IDAHO'S LAKE PEN 7
September 1, 1955 GSA, P.O. DEPT SUGGEST NEW $260,000 KIRKLAND POST OFFICE 1
September 1, 1955 FOOTBALLERS HERE ALL TO WEAR FACE MASKS THIS SEASON 5
September 1, 1955 CLEARLY MARKED SIGNS WOULD HELP 2
September 1, 1955 EASTVOLD'S OFFICE OPPOSES BRIDGE CONNECTION VIA PROPOSED FREEWAY 9
September 1, 1955 PERSON LOSING LOWER PLATE DOWN DRAIN CAN CLAIM SAME 1
September 1, 1955 PHONE SERVICE REQUESTS HEAVY 11
September 1, 1955 TWO DIVERGENT OPINIONS EXPRESSED ON PROPOSED PRIVATE UTILITY TAX 1
September 1, 1955 MARTHA ENG, HAROLD HUTCHINS 10
September 8, 1955 JIM BUTTERA'S PEACHES WIN BLUE RIBBON HONORS AT FAIR 1
September 8, 1955 NINE LOCAL HOMES ENTERED IN "PARADE OF HOMES" 7
September 8, 1955 3,704 STUDENTS RETURN TO SCHOOL 1
September 8, 1955 LAKE WASHINGTON ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES TO OFFER 7 NEW COURSES 9
September 8, 1955 NEW TEACHERS (PHOTO) 11
September 8, 1955 SEABLOOM (WALTER) NAMED VICE PRINCIPAL 1
September 8, 1955 AWARD BIDS FOR $236,161 ON CITY PAVING-DRAIN JOB 1
September 8, 1955 MAYOR PROPOSES $462,735 BUDGET, AN INCREASE OF $42,450 FOR 1956 1
September 8, 1955 ANYBODY YOU KNOW? (PHOTO OF 1912 STUDENTS AND TEACHERS AT KHS) 12
September 8, 1955 CITY WARRANT DEBT TOTALS $58,511.51 11
September 8, 1955 DOGS ARE EMPOUNDED ON SCHOOL GROUNDS 4
September 8, 1955 SPAULDING, JOHN W 9
September 8, 1955 TAYLOR, AMANDA ELIZABETH 1
September 8, 1955 IMPOSITION OF UTILITIES TAX WILL TURN "WELCOME MAT UPSIDE-DOWN" 1
September 8, 1955 BAN SPRINKLING IN JUANITA AREA DUE TO DRYNESS 1
September 8, 1955 JOAN JACOBSEN, HUGH MANN 10
September 15, 1955 ROSE HILL COUPLE WED FOR 53 YEARS (LEWIS, MR AND MRS HENRY) 1
September 15, 1955 OUR TOWN (PHILLIPS, CARRIE) 2
September 15, 1955 BUILDING ORDINANCE APPROVED IN HOUGHTON TO CONTROL REMODELING OF 6
September 15, 1955 BUSINESS FIRMS TO BE CONTACTED IN UGN CAMPAIGN 1
September 15, 1955 HOLY FAMILY GOAL REACHED IN DRIVE 1
September 15, 1955 FUTURE OF AREA DISCUSSED 9
September 15, 1955 LOCAL PLANNING NEEDS STUDIED BY COUNCIL 1
September 15, 1955 VOLUNTEER FIREMEN SOUGHT AT JUANITA FOR NEWEST STATION 1
September 15, 1955 LIFEGUARDS MAKE 16 RESCUES AT BEACHES DURING THE SUMMER 9
September 15, 1955 BUILDING ORDINANCE APPROVED IN HOUGHTON TO CONTROL REMODELING OF 6
September 15, 1955 HOUGHTON POLICE EXPAND FACILITIES 1
September 15, 1955 IRATE HOUGHTON RESIDENTS PROTESTS MARINA CHANGES, SEEK TO PROTECT 1
September 15, 1955 MODERN EAST SIDE MARINA AT HOUGHTON (PHOTO) 12
September 15, 1955 TWO NEW PLATS GIVEN APPROVAL INSIDE HOUGHTON 5
September 15, 1955 VOLUNTEER FIREMEN SOUGHT AT JUANITA FOR NEWEST STATION 1
September 15, 1955 MODERN EAST SIDE MARINA AT HOUGHTON (PHOTO) 12
September 15, 1955 LIFEGUARDS MAKE 16 RESCUES AT BEACHES DURING THE SUMMER 9
September 15, 1955 FIELDS, ISABELL 6
September 15, 1955 OLIVER, EDNA E 6
September 15, 1955 WOODS, CHARLES E 1
September 15, 1955 JUANITA TRAFFIC LIGHT WOULD HELP 2
September 15, 1955 PRIVATE FIRM SUPPLYING WATER FOR NEW EAST SIDE HOME DEVELOPMENTS 9
September 15, 1955 KATHERINE SHERWOOD, CARL LARSON 10
September 15, 1955 MARY ANN MILLARD, GARY HUTCHINSON 10
September 22, 1955 SO THAT NONE SHALL BE IN THE DARK (RIGHT-TO-KNOW) 10
September 22, 1955 READIN', RITIN' AND 'RITHMETIC IS A PLEASURE FOR ALL AT NEW LAKEVIEW 9
September 22, 1955 FIRE COMMISSION ASKS FOR CONTROL LIGHT AT JUANITA 6
September 22, 1955 NEW FIREFIGHTERS MEET IN JUANITA 7
September 22, 1955 ASSESSED VALUATION OF KIRKLAND HIKED; CITY WALLET FATTER 1
September 22, 1955 CITY DADS REQUEST ACTION ON ANTIQUE WAVERLY WAY HOUSE 1
September 22, 1955 ITEMIZED HOUGHTON CITY BUDGET 2
September 22, 1955 FREEMAN, MILLER 1
September 22, 1955 COST OF WATER SERVICE OUTLINED 1
September 22, 1955 PROPOSED CITY UTILITY TAX VETOED BY BUSINESS GROUP 1
September 29, 1955 OUR TOWN (KEAN, GRACE AND HARRY) 10
September 29, 1955 PERSONALITY SKETCH OF DUDLEY "FARMER" BROWN 13
September 29, 1955 TERRY PHILLIPS PULLS FOR YANKS; NO WONDER! SHE'S KIN OF BAUER'S 1
September 29, 1955 PROGRESS STEADY ON NORKIRK SCHOOL (PHOTO) 2
September 29, 1955 TYRANNY'S TARGET (FREE PRESS) 10
September 29, 1955 MODERN SHOPPING CENTER IN CITY LIMITS FORESEEN AS C OF C-CITY COM 1
September 29, 1955 LINNIE MAE STINSON, WEBSTER BYRD 12
September 29, 1955 MAYOR'S SALARY SLASH PROPOSED FOR 1956 BUDGET 1
September 29, 1955 FORTE, CATHERINE 1
September 29, 1955 RUMORS KIRKLAND PLANS WATER CUT FAR FROM TRUTH 1
September 29, 1955 CHARLOTTE GARDNER, FRED FLEMING 12
September 29, 1955 EDITH HARTELIUS, RAYMOND, BROWDER 12
October 6, 1955 MISS BROOKS' COSTUME FOR DANCE WAS SENSATIONAL OUTFIT; NEWS OF THE DAY 9
October 6, 1955 SCHOOL DISTRICT ORDERS PORTABLE CLASSROOM PLANS 1
October 6, 1955 NAME NEW MANAGER AT PANTORIUM PLANT 7
October 6, 1955 HS ENROLLMENT SETS NEW MARK 9
October 6, 1955 NEW TEACHERS OF LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WELCOMED TO COMMUNITY 12
October 6, 1955 RESERVES CREATED IN SCHOOL BUDGET OF $2,565,777.48 5
October 6, 1955 COUNCIL VOTES TO LEAVE MAYOR'S SALARY AT $6000 1
October 6, 1955 HOUGHTON TO PAY MAYOR $600 IN '56 UNDER NEW BUDGET OF $46284 1
October 6, 1955 ADDED SOURCE OF WATER IS URGED 8
October 6, 1955 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DISCUSS PURCHASE OF JUANITA BEACH SITE 1
October 6, 1955 FUND DRIVE FOR NEW LIBRARY TO BE STARTED NEXT MONTH 1
October 6, 1955 GAIN, FANNIE H 1
October 6, 1955 NORDSTROM, O E "BLONDIE" 1
October 6, 1955 PICTURE STORY DESCRIBES STEPS FOLLOWED IN PRODUCING EACH NEWSPAPER 7
October 6, 1955 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DISCUSS PURCHASE OF JUANITA BEACH SITE 1
October 6, 1955 AREA DELEGATES OF 26 CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES IN CONCLAVE HERE 8
October 6, 1955 SIX MILES WATER MAINS PROPOSED 5
October 6, 1955 TELEPHONE COMPANY INSTITUTES NEW POLICY FOR BILLING ITS SUBSCRIBER 10
October 6, 1955 FLORENCE JOHANSON, JOHN BERG 13
October 13, 1955 OUR TOWN (NEIGHBOR, EMERSON R) 10
October 13, 1955 NW BIBLE COLLEGE SEEKING LOCATION IN STEWART HEIGHTS 1
October 13, 1955 ALASKANS REOPENING CENTRAL WAY BAKERY 9
October 13, 1955 CHAMBER SEEKING MEMBERS FOR '56 1
October 13, 1955 HOUGHTON HALTS REZONING EFFORT OF TWO FIRMS 1
October 13, 1955 PRE-SCHOOL GROUP PLANNED IN HOUGHTON 1
October 13, 1955 STEWART SCHOOL FOR HANDICAPPED BEGINNING ITS FIFTH YEAR 13
October 13, 1955 KIWANIS PLAN 3RD ANNUAL HALLOWE'EN PARTY FOR KIDS 1
October 13, 1955 HOUGHTON HALTS REZONING EFFORT OF TWO FIRMS 1
October 13, 1955 PRE-SCHOOL GROUP PLANNED IN HOUGHTON 1
October 13, 1955 BEEMAN, ELIZABETH 1
October 13, 1955 COUNTY APPROVES FUNDS FOR PARKS 1
October 13, 1955 STATE HIGHWAY 2-A TO BE MADE LIMITED ACCESS BY-PASS TO US 99 1
October 13, 1955 TRAFFIC SOLUTION SOUGHT IN JUANITA 9
October 20, 1955 EX-AMARILLO HOME ECONOMIST NOW AT MEAT COUNTER (ALTMAN, JESS) 2
October 20, 1955 70000 PERSONS USE CIVIC CENTER FACILITIES IN YEAR, PELTON STATES 9
October 20, 1955 MARSH'S SHOE REPAIR, WIPED OUT NY BLAZE, WILL REOPEN THIS WEEK 6
October 20, 1955 STENSLAND BAKERY TO OPEN ON FRIDAY 8
October 20, 1955 KAY JOYCE FLETCHER, TORVOLD TRONSEN JR 13
October 20, 1955 SEWER SERVICE SOUGHT BY TOWN 9
October 20, 1955 BEACH PURCHASE URGED BY CLUBS 1
October 20, 1955 DR RONALD DAVIS OPENING OFFICES IN ARCADE BUILDING 2
October 20, 1955 NEARBY GUIDED MISSILE INSTALLATION UNVEILED 1
October 20, 1955 HJERTOOS, KATHRYN 8
October 20, 1955 BEACH PURCHASE URGED BY CLUBS 1
October 20, 1955 MERCHANTS TO MARK STREET COMPLETION 1
October 20, 1955 STREETS CLOSED - MERCHANTS MOAN - BETTER DAYS AHEAD (PHOTOS) 5
October 20, 1955 BETTER SERVICE SEEN FOR WATER HOOKUP WORK 1
October 20, 1955 RESIDENTS OBJECT TO IRREGULAR GARBAGE SERVICE 1
October 20, 1955 SEWER SERVICE SOUGHT BY TOWN 9
October 20, 1955 BEVERLY OLSON, VERNON LOCKMON 12
October 20, 1955 JEAN WEIMERT, PAUL GEILE 12
October 27, 1955 THIRTY FIFTH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED BY MR AND MRS CROW 12
October 27, 1955 OUR TOWN (SIEVERS, ARNOLD) 10
October 27, 1955 STUFFED KOALAS BROUGHT BACK FROM MELBOURNE BY MODEL CAROL PRICE 12
October 27, 1955 LAKEVIEW SCHOOL TO BE DEDICATED WEDNESDAY NIGHT 1
October 27, 1955 NORKIRK SCHOOL READY BY JAN 15 SAYS ARCHITECT 1
October 27, 1955 SUPPORT OF COLLEGE SITE ASKED HERE 1
October 27, 1955 ENTHUSIASM HIGH FOR BARGAIN DAYS HERE NOV 4 AND 5 1
October 27, 1955 JUANITA CREST PLAY SCHOOL IN OPERATION 11
October 27, 1955 ORDER PLANS FOR PORTABLES TO AID REDMOND SCHOOL 1
October 27, 1955 STAN BORESON HEADLINER FOR ROSE HILL CARNIVAL 9
October 27, 1955 WUNDA WUNDA, TV STAR, IS FEATURE ATTRACTION AT JUANITA PTA CARNIVAL 13
October 27, 1955 FIRE TRUCK GETS NEEDED WASH JOB (PHOTO) 8
October 27, 1955 ANOTHER OLD TIMER (OLD PHOTO OF STORE INTERIOR AT DOCK) 10
October 27, 1955 KIRKLAND CHRISTMAS PLANS UNDER SUPERVISION OF JC'S 1
October 27, 1955 KIWANIS PLANS COMPLETE; GAY HALLOWE'EN IN SIGHT 1
October 27, 1955 PYYKKO, CHARLES 1
October 27, 1955 STORM, OSCAR EMIL 1
October 27, 1955 WERNER, AUDRA 1
October 27, 1955 STAN BORESON HEADLINER FOR ROSE HILL CARNIVAL 9
November 3, 1955 REV AND MRS ERNEST NORTH OBSERVE 25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 16
November 3, 1955 WEBSTER JEWETTS CELEBRATING THEIR 50TH YEAR OF MARRIAGE NOV 4 1
November 3, 1955 SCHOOL ARCHITECT WILL APPEAR ON SCIENTIFIC PANEL (DEITZ, ROBERT) 1
November 3, 1955 CONSULTANT ON SCHOOL BUILDINGS TO DISCUSS PORTABLES WITH BOARD 1
November 3, 1955 LOCAL OPINION FACTOR IN FINAL DISPOSAL OF STEWART HEIGHTS 1
November 3, 1955 DOLLAR GETS BIG STRETCH IN CITY STARTING FRIDAY 9
November 3, 1955 UNITED GOOD NEIGHBOR FUND HITS $13000; QUOTA FOR AREA EXCEEDED 1
November 3, 1955 COUNTY MEET SET ON CIVIL DEFENSE 1
November 3, 1955 GROUPS BACKING EDUCATION WEEK 15
November 3, 1955 MARY JEANETTE BURR, GORDON C GOOLD 16
November 3, 1955 PRIMROSE SHOW PLANS OUTLINED 1
November 3, 1955 CHIEF OF FIRE DISTRICT ISSUES DETAILED INFO REGARDING BRUSH BURN 14
November 3, 1955 BENEFITS OF EMPLOYING FULL-TIME MAYOR TO BE DISCUSSED BY LELAND 1
November 3, 1955 LAKE STREET IN 1926 (PHOTO) 15
November 3, 1955 CHRISTMAS TRAIL CONTEST SLATED 1
November 3, 1955 HALLOWE'EN PRANKS HELD TO MINIMUM BY KIWANIS PARTY 1
November 3, 1955 SANE, SAFE HALLOWE'EN (PHOTO) 1
November 3, 1955 CITY'S SHORELINE TO BENEFIT FROM STREETS PROJECT 1
November 3, 1955 BERNARD, ELIZABETH 5
November 3, 1955 GETTLE, ANNA C 1
November 3, 1955 AERIAL PHOTO SHOWS IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 13
November 3, 1955 CITY'S SHORELINE TO BENEFIT FROM STREETS PROJECT 1
November 3, 1955 PHOTOS OF STREET IMPROVEMENTS 9
November 3, 1955 TELEPHONE CREWS MOVING 60 POLES 15
November 3, 1955 LEONA BECHTOL, LOUIS SVARZ 16
November 10, 1955 FANCY OF PASSERBY CAUGHT BY SHELDON HITCHINS' OIL PAINTINGS 2
November 10, 1955 NATURE CAPTURED IN E J SAWYER'S WOODLAND SKETCHES 7
November 10, 1955 SALE-A-BRATION HUGE SUCCESS IN CITY, CHAIRMAN REPORTS 2
November 10, 1955 100 PER CENT MEMBERSHIP INCREASE GOAL OF CHAMBER IN 1956 CAMPAIGN 1
November 10, 1955 LAND BOARD OFFERS KIRKLAND BUILDING SITES AT AUCTION 9
November 10, 1955 OPPORTUNITY TO RATE YOUR TOWN (SURVEY) 10
November 10, 1955 DEDICATE NEW LAKEVIEW SCHOOL 5
November 10, 1955 EQUIPMENT TOTALS $45134 IN FOUR SCHOOLS OF DISTRICT 1
November 10, 1955 SORWEIDE RESIGNS JOB WITH SCHOOLS 1
November 10, 1955 WINDOW DISPLAY FOR EDUCATION WEEK ARE RESULT OF DIRECT COORDINATION 2
November 10, 1955 DONALEE HUTTON, RICHARD G BOAS 13
November 10, 1955 EASTSIDE CONCERT IS HUGE SUCCESS 13
November 10, 1955 COUNCILMEN VOTE 4-3 AGAINST CUT IN MAYOR SALARY 1
November 10, 1955 LAKEFRONT PILING BIDS DUE DEC 19 1
November 10, 1955 DONAHUE, KENNETH 2
November 10, 1955 EIDE, RALPH O 2
November 10, 1955 GALEY, DAVID R 5
November 10, 1955 KING, GRACE 5
November 10, 1955 VANDERPOOL, WILLIAM 1
November 10, 1955 $80000 CONTRACT LET FOR NEW ROAD 5
November 10, 1955 KIRKLAND ACCESS TO NEW BRIDGE CAUSES CONCERN 1
November 10, 1955 NEW LINK WILL BE ADDED TO STATE HIGHWAY 2-A 1
November 10, 1955 BOOSTS IN WATER, SEWER, GARBAGE RATES APPROVED 1
November 10, 1955 TELEPHONE BOOKS DELIVERED TO 8145 SUBSCRIBERS IN AREA 9
November 10, 1955 BETTY ONA, LT RUSSELL N MCDOWELL 12
November 10, 1955 JANET SIPILA, GORDON SHOUDY 12
November 17, 1955 EAST SIDE PIONEERS, SYVERT JOSTENS, TO CELEBRATE 50TH YEAR OF MAR 12
November 17, 1955 ELDER LANDRYS FETED ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY 12
November 17, 1955 OUR TOWN (BERG, EDWARD J) 10
November 17, 1955 PATRICIA ANN SMITH WINS SET OF ENCYCLOPEDIA IN QUIZ CONTEST 13
November 17, 1955 BRIDLE TRAILS SEEKS ELECTION TO JOIN HOUGHTON 2
November 17, 1955 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERSHIP DRIVE LAUNCHED TUESDAY 1
November 17, 1955 NEWEST, OLDEST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERS BOOST 1956 DRIVE 6
November 17, 1955 BRIDLE TRAILS SEEKS ELECTION TO JOIN HOUGHTON 2
November 17, 1955 TOP SCHOOL OFFICIALS ON PANEL WILL CONSIDER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 5
November 17, 1955 MERRILY HARDENBROOK, RONALD SCHWINN 12
November 17, 1955 COUNCILMEN APPROVE 1956 SALARY SCHEDULE FOR KIRKLAND EMPLOYEES 9
November 17, 1955 BIRDSEYE, MILLER NOTIFY HOUGHTON OF RESIGNATIONS 6
November 17, 1955 BRIDLE TRAILS SEEKS ELECTION TO JOIN HOUGHTON 2
November 17, 1955 HANNETT, CLAIRE 6
November 17, 1955 NEWTON, JOHN I 6
November 17, 1955 SCHMIDT, HENRY 6
November 17, 1955 LOCAL POSTMEN SET FINE RECORD 9
November 17, 1955 KANGS IN TURKEY BOWL! 1
November 17, 1955 BRIDGE APPROACH STUDY UNDERWAY BY LOCAL GROUPS 1
November 17, 1955 OREGON FIRM TO BUILD NEXT LINK ON NEW 2-A 1
November 17, 1955 MERCURY RISES; EVERYONE HAPPY 1
November 17, 1955 JOANNE BECHTEL, WILLIAM BLACK 12
November 24, 1955 CHARLES FERRELLS CELEBRATING 60TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 2
November 24, 1955 JOHN KUSKES 50TH WEDDING RECEPTION WILL BE FAMILY REUNION 8
November 24, 1955 CHAMBER COLLECTS $2690 IN DRIVE 1
November 24, 1955 BONNIE JEANINE SCOTT BLAIR, JAMES R LAWTON 2
November 24, 1955 10-ACRE TRACT FOR PARK IN STEWART HEIGHTS MAY BE SOUGHT BY HOUGHTON 1
November 24, 1955 ITEMS LOST DURING YEAR AVAILABLE AT CITY POLICE DEPT 1
November 24, 1955 EGAN, CATHERINE 1
November 24, 1955 10-ACRE TRACT FOR PARK IN STEWART HEIGHTS MAY BE SOUGHT BY HOUGHTON 1
November 24, 1955 $125000 IN BONDS SOLD BY KIRKLAND AT 2.71% INTEREST 1
December 1, 1955 OUR TOWN (SUGHROE, MAURY) 1
December 1, 1955 THERE WERE LOTS OF CANDLES ON MRS REYNOLD'S CAKE 1
December 1, 1955 $90000 PERMIT ISSUED FOR NEW APARTMENT UNITS 1
December 1, 1955 NEW ARCHITECT OFFICE OPENS 7
December 1, 1955 NEW SEPTIC TANK SERVICE OFFERED 1
December 1, 1955 80000TH VISITOR HONORED (TEEN CANTEEN) 5
December 1, 1955 SCHOOL PATROL'S BOYS, GIRLS OF MONTH SELECTED (PHOTOS) 8
December 1, 1955 NEW SUBDIVISION OPEN IN HOUGHTON 1
December 1, 1955 ELSIE GIBBS, WILLIAM K SNOW 12
December 1, 1955 PATRICIA MOE SKINNER, KENNETH ARTHUR NELSON 12
December 1, 1955 ALL RURAL ROUTES WILL DISCONTINUE HERE FEBRUARY 1 1
December 1, 1955 MEANS OF PROVIDING SPECIAL SERVICES FOR HANDICAPPED CHILDREN DISC 5
December 1, 1955 COMMUNITY YULE CELEBRATION OPENS WITH ANNUAL PARADE AT 1 PM SAT 6
December 1, 1955 TIME TO ENTER LIGHTING CONTEST 1
December 1, 1955 LOCAL SHOPLIFTER MUST LEAVE STATE 1
December 1, 1955 GARDNER, ORA L 6
December 1, 1955 GREGORY, MAITLAND 9
December 1, 1955 SEEK, DANIEL W 7
December 1, 1955 BIDS TO BE CALLED ON NEW BRIDGE NEXT MONTH (MAP) 9
December 1, 1955 OFFICIALS STATE CITY STREET JOB NEAR COMPLETION 1
December 1, 1955 ROADS GROUP CONCERNED OVER BRIDGE APPROACHES 1
December 8, 1955 ANNEXATION OF BRIDLE TRAILS BUMPS INTO SNAG 1
December 8, 1955 MEDICAL CENTER PRESIDENT ASKS DRAINAGE ACTION 1
December 8, 1955 ROSE HILL PROPERTY PURCHASED FOR NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SCHOOL 1
December 8, 1955 WHEADON FLORISTS OPENS STORE HERE 7
December 8, 1955 WHITTEY PURCHASES WESTERN AUTO STORE 7
December 8, 1955 OFF-STREET PARKING FOR MULTIPLE HOUSING UNITS URGED BY GARDNER 1
December 8, 1955 HOURS MAYOR WILL BE IN OFFICE ANNOUNCED 5
December 8, 1955 FREE XMAS MOVIE PARTY FOR YOUNGSTERS, BARGAIN DAYS THIS WEEKEND 1
December 8, 1955 PHOTOS OF XMAS PARADE, ETC 5
December 8, 1955 CARLSON, JOSEPHINE 8
December 8, 1955 CLAY, GROVER 8
December 8, 1955 CRAWFORD, FRANK 8
December 8, 1955 SACHS, ALICE 8
December 8, 1955 NEW REAL ESTATE OFFICE OPENING HERE 2
December 8, 1955 CC BRIDGE GROUP ASKS TBA FOR BETTER ACCESS OFF NEW SPAN 8
December 8, 1955 ROSE HILL WATER DISTRICT SERVICE BEST FOR AREA, COMMITTEE AGREES 1
December 8, 1955 THOUSANDS IN DAMAGE REPORTED AS 68-MILE GALE HITS COMMUNITY 1
December 8, 1955 LINNEA STINSON, WEBSTER BYRD 8
December 15, 1955 OUR TOWN (PIERCE, WILBUR W) 10
December 15, 1955 TOWN TO ENFORCE BUILDING CODE 1
December 15, 1955 MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY DRIVE BRINGS $500, TWICE '54 TOTAL 10
December 15, 1955 NEW PRINCIPAL FOR ROSE HILL SCHOOL IS MAIN AGENDA ITEM FOR MONDAY 9
December 15, 1955 PATRICIA L CUSHING, DONALD O BROWN 12
December 15, 1955 SITE CHOSEN ON EAST SIDE FOR HOSPITAL 1
December 15, 1955 SKETCH OF NEW HOSPITAL 5
December 15, 1955 FAMED CHRISTMAS SHIP TO APPEAR HERE DECEMBER 21 8
December 15, 1955 THREE HOUGHTON POSITIONS OPEN 1
December 15, 1955 JUANITA WATER DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS START PLANS FOR PROGRAM OF E 9
December 15, 1955 CLAUSEN, HELEN E 2
December 15, 1955 SHEPARD, FRANK V 2
December 15, 1955 CANDIDATES FILE NEXT FRIDAY FOR MAYOR, COUNCIL 1
December 15, 1955 LELAND ANNOUNCES HE WILL NOT SEEK RE-ELECTION 1
December 15, 1955 JUANITA WATER DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS START PLANS FOR PROGRAM OF E 9
December 15, 1955 BARBARA LARSON, GARY DAVENPORT 12
December 15, 1955 LYDIA EDES, RAY JEWELL 12
December 15, 1955 PEARL E ANDREWS, CHARLES A PURDOM 2
December 22, 1955 ANNEXATION VOTE TWO MONTHS OFF 13
December 22, 1955 COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION COLD ON SCHOOL SITES 8
December 22, 1955 AREA DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE TO AID COMMERCIAL EXPANSION 8
December 22, 1955 MARKET STREET MAY BE REZONED 1
December 22, 1955 BOARD APPROVES WIESEN'S REQUEST FOR TRANSFER TO ROSE HILL POST 1
December 22, 1955 THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS EXPRESSED BY HANDICAPPED 10
December 22, 1955 THERAPY CLASSES IN SPEECH HELP SCHOOL YOUNGSTERS 9
December 22, 1955 THIRD GRADE LARGEST OF ALL CLASSES IN SCHOOL DISTRICT 11
December 22, 1955 JUANITA FIRE COMMISSION - SCHOEN REPLACED BY RAY SCHMIDT 9
December 22, 1955 PLANS ANNOUNCED FOR NEW HOSPITAL 10
December 22, 1955 PUBLIC INVITED TO TOUR '55 YULE TRAIL 1
December 22, 1955 THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS EXPRESSED BY HANDICAPPED 10
December 22, 1955 JUANITANS TO DETERMINE IF THEY DESIRE WATER DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT 5
December 22, 1955 LAKE WASHINGTON TO BE LOWERED BETWEEN JAN 1 AND FEB 1 FOR BULKHEAD 14
December 22, 1955 BIDS SUBMITTED FOR WATERFRONT PILING PROJECT 1
December 22, 1955 NICHOLS, JOHN 2
December 22, 1955 WEED, EMMA 1
December 22, 1955 BAGGALEY, HAVLIK FILE FOR MAYOR, ATTACK CITY DEBT 1
December 22, 1955 BRIDGE APPEARS ASSURED ALONG ARBORETUM ROUTE 12
December 22, 1955 STREET PROJECT OVERAGES OF $20000 ARE REVEALED 1
December 22, 1955 DISCUSSION ON PROPOSED WATER DISTRICT DELAYED 2
December 29, 1955 JANET SANDALL, NED W NELSON 7
December 29, 1955 CHRISTMAS LIGHTING CONTEST WINNER (PHOTO) 8
December 29, 1955 NONE OF FERRY FLEET IN MOTHBALLS AT LWS IS LESCHI 9
December 29, 1955 GEORGE COMPTON LATEST TO FILE IN MAYORALTY CONTEST 1
December 29, 1955 NONE OF FERRY FLEET IN MOTHBALLS AT LWS IS LESCHI 9
December 29, 1955 CHAMBER DELAYS ACTION ON PROPOSAL URGING ACTION ON SAND POINT SIT 1
December 29, 1955 LYNN GREEN, KEN STORMANS 7
December 29, 1955 SUSAN PEGG, DONALD SAUNDERS 5
January 5, 1956 OVER 200 MUSIC PUPILS TO APPEAR IN MID-WINTER CONCERT 7
January 5, 1956 FIRST BABY OF 1956 (ARNESON, LAUREN JAN) 1
January 5, 1956 MARCH OF DIMES DRIVE UNDERWAY 2
January 5, 1956 SENATOR JOHN RYDER WILL EXPLAIN EFFECTS OF NEW SCHOOL FINANCING 7
January 5, 1956 WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENTS NOW UNDER ONE HEAD 2
January 5, 1956 HAWKINSON, ANDRENA 1
January 5, 1956 PEDERSON, HENRY 1
January 5, 1956 SHUMWAY, CARRIE HOLLAND 1
January 5, 1956 NUMBER OF MAYOR, COUNCIL CANDIDATES INDICATES HIGH INTEREST IN 2
January 5, 1956 TEN SEEK COUNCIL POSITIONS 1
January 5, 1956 THREE CANDIDATES SEEK MAYOR'S POSITIONS 1
January 5, 1956 ASPHALT CARPET LAID (PHOTOS OF STREET) 9
January 5, 1956 BRIDGE APPROACH TOWARD KIRKLAND GETS BUGGE'S AID 1
January 5, 1956 CONFERENCE SET FOR MONDAY ON STREET PROJECT OVERAGES 1
January 5, 1956 SAND POINT SPAN ADVOCATE SPEAKS HERE JANUARY 20 2
January 5, 1956 UPPED UTILITY RATE NOW IN EFFECT HERE 2
January 5, 1956 ARDYTHE BOUCHELLE, HOWARD GREEN 5
January 12, 1956 ONE OF JUANITA COMMUNITY'S TOP CITIZENS IS YOUNG VIC BRAUN, 85 2
January 12, 1956 OUR TOWN (NELSON, GLENN) 10
January 12, 1956 C OF C PROPOSES CIVIC 'FACE LIFT' 1
January 12, 1956 NEEDY FAMILIES HERE ARE HELPED 9
January 12, 1956 BUILDING PERMIT TOTALS REPORTED 4
January 12, 1956 COSTS STILL SOUGHT ON CITY CONTRACT OVERAGE CHARGES 1
January 12, 1956 ONE OF JUANITA COMMUNITY'S TOP CITIZENS IS YOUNG VIC BRAUN, 85 2
January 12, 1956 HOUGHTON ANNEXATION HEARING IS POSTPONED BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 5
January 12, 1956 HOUGHTON PASSES GARBAGE LAW 1
January 12, 1956 ONE OF JUANITA COMMUNITY'S TOP CITIZENS IS YOUNG VIC BRAUN, 85 2
January 12, 1956 WATER SOURCE NEED APPARENT IN JUANITA AREA 6
January 12, 1956 HOUGHTON'S LIBRARY GETS FRESH PAINT, INTERESTING BOOKS 6
January 12, 1956 MILLER, VELMA 5
January 12, 1956 WOMAN'S CLUB ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED WITH LUNCHEON 12
January 12, 1956 FOUR HOUGHTON POSITIONS OPEN 1
January 12, 1956 THREE MAYOR CANDIDATES OPEN CAMPAIGN TOGETHER 1
January 12, 1956 BRIDGE USERS ORGANIZE, URGE ACTION ON LAKE SPAN 1
January 12, 1956 BUGGE, HIGHWAY DIRECTOR, TO SPEAK AT ROADS MEETING 1
January 12, 1956 PEDESTRIAN CROSSWALKS MARKED (PHOTO) 10
January 12, 1956 BIDS FOR '56 CITY SERVICES AWARDED BY COUNCIL MONDAY 1
January 12, 1956 HOUGHTON PASSES GARBAGE LAW 1
January 12, 1956 PARTY-LINE USERS RATION TIME FOR GOOD ATMOSPHERE 9
January 12, 1956 WATER SOURCE NEED APPARENT IN JUANITA AREA 6
January 12, 1956 "BALL OF FIRE" STRIKES TREE IN DENNY PARK 1
January 12, 1956 KAY FLETCHER, TORVALD TRONDSEN 12
January 19, 1956 OUR TOWN (DELL, WILLIAM) 8
January 19, 1956 SEEK $200,000 FOR NEW BUILDINGS, KINDERGARTENS IN MARCH ELECTION 1
January 19, 1956 SALE OF CITY HALL FOR COMMERCIAL USE SUGGESTED BY PLANNING COMMISSIONER 1
January 19, 1956 FORGE STILL SMOKES, ANVIL RINGS AT BLACKSMITH SHOP 7
January 19, 1956 REMODELING IDEA SEEN AS STIMULUS TO LOCAL BUSINESS 6
January 19, 1956 HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS OPERATE CITY HALL 9
January 19, 1956 LIBEL SUIT AWARD IS ONLY ONE CENT 1
January 19, 1956 BANGHART, CHARLES ALDRIDGE 6
January 19, 1956 KERR, MARY A 1
January 19, 1956 LIBEL SUIT AWARD IS ONLY ONE CENT 1
January 19, 1956 DR SHOEMAKER RESIGNS HERE 6
January 19, 1956 COMMITTEE PICKS ENGINEERS TODAY 1
January 19, 1956 COMMUTERS DEMAND ACTION IN BRIDGE CONTROVERSY 1
January 19, 1956 WEATHER DELAYS STREET PROJECT; FIGURES READY 1
January 19, 1956 MARCELLA LEAKE, PAUL D RICE 10
January 26, 1956 TRINITY LUTHERAN TO RELOCATE CHURCH 8
January 26, 1956 SECOND BRIDGE YAK-YAK GETS DULL 2
January 26, 1956 ADULT EDUCATION OPEN HOUSE ATTRACTS CROWD OF 800 TO CIVIC CENTER 6
January 26, 1956 ROUSING SEND-OFF GIVEN PRINCIPAL 9
January 26, 1956 JANET ANN EULBERG, RAYMOND LUNDY 11
January 26, 1956 35-MILE ZONE AND TRAFFIC LIGHT AT JUANITA OKEYED 9
January 26, 1956 PROPOSED JUANITA GRAVEL OPERATION FACES OPPOSITION 1
January 26, 1956 DEBOLDT, GEORGE 1
January 26, 1956 HANSON, CLIFFORD 11
January 26, 1956 HASSING, ASTRID 8
January 26, 1956 HULL, HARRY L 8
January 26, 1956 PFEIFFER, EMMA 2
January 26, 1956 TUCKER, NAOMI 8
January 26, 1956 CANDIDATES FOR MAYOR POST, CITY COUNCIL JOBS, STEP UP CAMPAIGNS 6
January 26, 1956 35-MILE ZONE AND TRAFFIC LIGHT AT JUANITA OKEYED 9
January 26, 1956 BRIDGE USERS' ASSOCIATION CONTINUES FIGHTS FOR SPAN 1
January 26, 1956 FOUR LANE FOR 2-A SEEN BY BUGGE 1
January 26, 1956 SPEAKER SUGGESTS TUBE STUDY, TAX 2
January 26, 1956 WATER DISTRICT ELECTION SET FOR MARCH 6 1
January 26, 1956 DIANNA MARY BOWES, WILLIAM LEROY BLAKE 10
February 2, 1956 KIRKLAND FOOD LANE - GRAND OPENING 13-Nov
February 2, 1956 BANK INCREASES DEPOSITS BY 38% 6
February 2, 1956 ARMY SERGEANT GIVEN ROUSING SENDOFF BU BUDDIES (ANDERSON, ALWYN) 8
February 2, 1956 OUR TOWN (EAGON, GLENN GORDON) 2
February 2, 1956 KLONDIKE DAYS SET BY EAGLES, LOCAL MERCHANTS 1
February 2, 1956 OPEN KIRKLAND FOOD LANE 9
February 2, 1956 MARCH OF DIMES REACHES $3000 1
February 2, 1956 NEED LEVY TO AID SCHOOL BUDGET 1
February 2, 1956 REMEDIAL TUTORS' DUTIES EXPLAINED 6
February 2, 1956 LEANNE ALICE SMITH, ELLIOTT PAUL FLETCHER 10
February 2, 1956 SUE LONCTOT, EDWARD KOESTER 10
February 2, 1956 LETTER ON BRIDGE - ARBORETUM DIRECTOR SPEAKS OUT 2
February 2, 1956 VOLUNTEER FOREMEN OF JUANITA DISTRICT NO 41 PLAN OPEN HOUSE 9
February 2, 1956 JERRY PELTON, HEAD OF KIRKLAND PARK PROGRAM, TO TAKE NEW POST 9
February 2, 1956 HOUGHTON - FOUR ENTER BATTLE FOR MAYOR'S JOB 1
February 2, 1956 GAY, JAMES GRADEY 6
February 2, 1956 THORSON, MARIE 1
February 2, 1956 HOUGHTON - FOUR ENTER BATTLE FOR MAYOR'S JOB 1
February 2, 1956 SIX SEEK WATER DISTRICT POSTS 1
February 2, 1956 KIRKLAND SKI SCHOOL GROWING IN POPULARITY; OVER 40 IN CLASSES 4
February 2, 1956 LETTER ON BRIDGE - ARBORETUM DIRECTOR SPEAKS OUT 2
February 2, 1956 STREET PROJECT OVERAGES MAY REACH $85000 MARK 1
February 2, 1956 EFFORT TO LOCATE DUMP SITE BEGUN SAYS HOUGHTON MAYOR 9
February 2, 1956 WATER DISTRICT PURPOSES AND FINANCING AIRED 1
February 2, 1956 WEST COAST PLANS MAJOR EXPANSION 1
February 2, 1956 CHARLOTTE ESCOTT, THERON L VALOIS 10
February 2, 1956 PATRICIA CUSHING, DONALD BROWN 10
February 9, 1956 PROJECT HOUSES HEADED FOR DES MOINES 6
February 9, 1956 LAKE WASHINGTON TEACHERS ATTEND NIGHT CLASSES HERE OFFERED BY UW 2
February 9, 1956 CAROL BIRD, NORMAN ROSS 13
February 9, 1956 JOAN ELIZABETH FARRA, RICHARD CALDWELL 12
February 9, 1956 ANOTHER LETTER ON SECOND BRIDGE 2
February 9, 1956 FIREMEN KEPT BUSY AS TWO UNOCCUPIED HOMES ON 132ND BURN 1
February 9, 1956 MAYOR'S TRAVEL EXPENSES MODEST DURING REGIME 10
February 9, 1956 ARREST SOLVES HOME BURGLARIES 5
February 9, 1956 CITY FILES SUIT TO REMOVE AUTO PARTS, JUNKYARD 7
February 9, 1956 SOUND TRUCK BAN SOUGHT IN CITY; WARRANTS $110,000 7
February 9, 1956 BOSTWICK, ROBERT J 1
February 9, 1956 COOPER, FRED F 2
February 9, 1956 GARDNER, GEORGE 1
February 9, 1956 LARSON, IRMA 7
February 9, 1956 VOTERS GO TO POLLS TUESDAY FOR KIRKLAND PRIMARIES 1
February 9, 1956 RATE HIKE ON COMMUTER FARES ASKED BY GREYHOUND ON KIRKLAND RUN 1
February 9, 1956 ANOTHER LETTER ON SECOND BRIDGE 2
February 9, 1956 COMPLETION OF 2-A PAVING EXPECTED BY FALL 1
February 9, 1956 STREETS PROJECT HASSLES CONTINUE 1
February 9, 1956 NEW WATER PIPES SET FOR DISTRICT 2
February 9, 1956 WATER EXTENSION MEETING MONDAY 5
February 9, 1956 JEAN ORVALLA, WALTER GEDDIS 12
February 9, 1956 MARILYNN STEELE, ARCHIE ROBERTS 12
February 9, 1956 PEARL ZIEMAN, JOHN GRAY 12
February 16, 1956 CENTRAL SCHOOLMAR'M TOURS EUROPE (STEFFAN, JACQUELINE) 6
February 16, 1956 $500 POT OF GOLD AT END OF TRAIL FOR 'KLONDIKERS' 1
February 16, 1956 DIMES CAMPAIGN HITS $3500 MARK 9
February 16, 1956 NAPLES FAMILY GRATEFUL FOR CARE PACKAGE SENT BY KIRKLAND COUPLE 11
February 16, 1956 SCHOOL TAX BOOST THIS YEAR RESULT OF ACTION DURING 1955 LEGISLATURE 9
February 16, 1956 FUN, EXCITEMENT, $17000 IN PRIZES ALL OFFERED IN MRS KIRKLAND CON 1
February 16, 1956 CITY DEBT OVER LIMIT BY $30000 1
February 16, 1956 HALE NAMED TO HEAD PARKS 5
February 16, 1956 HOUGHTON COUNCIL PROPOSES STUDY FOR BUSINESS TAX 6
February 16, 1956 HOUGHTON EXPANSION DECISION UP TO VOTERS 7
February 16, 1956 BEACH PURCHASE TO BE DISCUSSED TUESDAY EVENING 1
February 16, 1956 BEACH PURCHASE TO BE DISCUSSED TUESDAY EVENING 1
February 16, 1956 VOLUME LISTING THOSE REMEMBERED BY BOOK DONORS NOW IN LIBRARY 9
February 16, 1956 HAYES, ETHEL 9
February 16, 1956 TOULOUSE, WILLIAM 2
February 16, 1956 NEW RIDING CLUB ORGANIZED HERE 6
February 16, 1956 BAGGALEY TOPS COMPTON FOR MAYOR, 629-385 1
February 16, 1956 FORT LEWIS "LOADED" FOR CLASH HERE WITH O'BRIENS 1
February 16, 1956 HALE NAMED TO HEAD PARKS 5
February 16, 1956 CITY PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS 2
February 16, 1956 BRIDGE SURVEY TO START AT ONCE 1
February 16, 1956 CLERK TO ASSIGN STREET ADDRESSES 5
February 16, 1956 DRAIN LINE INSTALLATION THIS MARCH 1
February 16, 1956 ADDED DUTIES FOR PUGET'S MANAGER 9
February 16, 1956 BONNIE JEANINE SCOTT, JAMES RICHARD LAWSON 10
February 16, 1956 MERRILY HARDENBROOK, RON SCHWINN 10
February 23, 1956 EAST SIDE, BEST SIDE (ULMER, BILLY) 1
February 23, 1956 OUR TOWN (LUNDER, BJORN) 10
February 23, 1956 HEARING TUESDAY FOR ROSE HILL SHOPPING CENTER 1
February 23, 1956 RESIDENTS HERE ALARMED OVER BOOST IN TAXES 9
February 23, 1956 CIVIL DEFENSE EVACUATION MAPS ARE MAILED TO SEATTLE, COUNTY RESIDENTS 6
February 23, 1956 MARKET ST ZONE CHANGE APPROVED 1
February 23, 1956 MONEY FOR CITY ENTRANCE SIGNS OVERDUE 10
February 23, 1956 SEWAGE DISPOSAL BECOMING CRITICAL ISSUE 10
February 23, 1956 THERE'S ALWAYS MARKET ST TO TALK ABOUT 10
February 23, 1956 LWHS PUPILS GIVEN 'A' FOR JUNIOR RED CROSS WORK 7
February 23, 1956 GRACE ROSSEA NAZARENUS, ANDREW W (BILL) KRULLER 12
February 23, 1956 VIRGINIA MAE CARLSON, ROBERT S MARWOOD 12
February 23, 1956 TOP MAGICIANS WILL PERFORM IN SATURDAY NIGHT BENEFIT 1
February 23, 1956 LAKE RESIDENTS TO PETITION LANGLIE ON POLLUTION ISSUE 1
February 23, 1956 PLANNER SEEKING MORE SURVEY AID 1
February 23, 1956 VITAL INFORMATION ON POLIO SHOTS GIVEN BY HEALTH DEPT 2
February 23, 1956 ELECTION, SEWERS TO BE CONSIDERED AT HOUGHTON MEET 1
February 23, 1956 HOUGHTON TO RESTUDY ENTIRE ZONING SETUP 6
February 23, 1956 ORDER DOG PICKUPS MADE IN HOUGHTON 10
February 23, 1956 LAKE RESIDENTS TO PETITION LANGLIE ON POLLUTION ISSUE 1
February 23, 1956 STATE FUNDS FOR BEACH PURCHASE RECOMMENDED 6
February 23, 1956 ORDER DOG PICKUPS MADE IN HOUGHTON 10
February 23, 1956 LUDWIG, FRED N 1
February 23, 1956 SABO, MINNIE LANGDON 2
February 23, 1956 ULMER, WILLIAM 6
February 23, 1956 50-CENT BOOST IN WATER RATES FOR ROSE HILL SLATED 1
February 23, 1956 HEARING TUESDAY FOR ROSE HILL SHOPPING CENTER 1
February 23, 1956 AGREEMENT NEAR WITH MURPHY CO ON STREET JOB 1
February 23, 1956 50-CENT BOOST IN WATER RATES FOR ROSE HILL SLATED 1
February 23, 1956 SEWER LINE OKEY GIVEN SIMPSON'S 7
March 1, 1956 MARRIED 50 YEARS, D W REIDS OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY AT DINNER 9
March 1, 1956 SEATTLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA WILL APPEAR AT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 12
March 1, 1956 BANK HOURS CHANGE EFFECTIVE TODAY 2
March 1, 1956 BRIDLE TRAILS ELECTION MARCH 6 1
March 1, 1956 OPEN HOUSE SET BY HANSEN MOTOR 6
March 1, 1956 WHETHER OFFICE IS FULL-TIME JOB ISSUE IN MAYORALTY RACE 2
March 1, 1956 SPEAKERS' BUREAU PLUGS FOR SCHOOL LEVIES PASSAGE 1
March 1, 1956 JEAN FLUHARTY, JACK WILCOX 12
March 1, 1956 KLONDIKE DAYS BEGIN TOMORROW; $500 JACKPOT GOES SATURDAY AT 3 1
March 1, 1956 HOUGHTON PLANS TO INSTALL OWN SEWERAGE LINES 1
March 1, 1956 TEEN BURGLARS NABBED IN ACT 1
March 1, 1956 NATIONAL GUARD WILL HOLD "MUSTER DAY" OPEN HOUSE 9
March 1, 1956 BREWER, RALPH 9
March 1, 1956 PERSON, DICK 1
March 1, 1956 BAGGALEY OFFERS TO DEBATE RIVAL 1
March 1, 1956 EIGHT SEEK POSTS IN WATER DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION 5
March 1, 1956 LAKE FRONT ZONING FORMS DIVISION FOR HOUGHTON POLITICAL CAMPAIGN 1
March 1, 1956 GEORGE ANDERSON APPOINTED KIRKLAND POSTMASTER 1
March 1, 1956 SHOPPING CENTER ZONING APPROVED 5
March 1, 1956 CENSUS FIGURES SHOW COUNTY BUSINESS FIRMS DID $153,171,000 IN '54 2
March 1, 1956 MURPHY CONTRACT PAYMENT OKEYED 5
March 1, 1956 HOUGHTON PLANS TO INSTALL OWN SEWERAGE LINES 1
March 8, 1956 BRIDLE TRAILS VOTERS DEFEAT ANNEXATION 1
March 8, 1956 RICHARDSON'S TO REOPEN THURSDAY AFTER KING-SIZED REMODELING JOB 10
March 8, 1956 JUANITA ROAD BECOMES A 'MILKY WAY' AS DAIRY TRUCK CRASHES INTO LI 9
March 8, 1956 COMMERCIAL ZONE ON MARKET GETS COUNCIL APPROVAL 1
March 8, 1956 "BARNEY BIG-EYES" OWL ... NOW IS PET OF MRS WIGGINS KINDERGARTEN 6
March 8, 1956 "BARNEY BIG-EYES" OWL ... NOW IS PET OF MRS WIGGINS KINDERGARTEN 6
March 8, 1956 STATE HEALTH DEPT POLICY CLARIFIES LAKES, SOUND POLLUTION ISSUE 7
March 8, 1956 FIRST CITY FLOAT WILL BE BUILT AS PARADE ENTRY 2
March 8, 1956 PIONEER EAST SIDE COUPLE WINNERS OF KLONDIKE DAYS 'JACKPOT' 1
March 8, 1956 KIRKLAND LIONS SPONSORING VISIT OF X-RAY UNIT HERE 9
March 8, 1956 HOUGHTON SEWER COST ESTIMATED NEAR $300,000 1
March 8, 1956 BAGGALEY UNOPPOSED AT FORUM 1
March 8, 1956 MAYOR, COUNCIL CANDIDATES POISED FOR KIRKLAND MUNICIPAL ELECTION 1
March 8, 1956 NINE CANDIDATES IN HOUGHTON RACE 2
March 8, 1956 NEW PARKING LOT SURFACE PLANNED 1
March 8, 1956 TWO GROUPS BACK MONTLAKE-POINTS BRIDGE LOCATION 1
March 8, 1956 WATER DISTRICT 99 APPROVED 298-173 1
March 15, 1956 OUR TOWN (NOLL, MR AND MRS ALBERT) 10
March 15, 1956 PAINTING, RAZING AND TIDYING-UP WOULD ENHANCE KIRKLAND'S BEAUTY 9
March 15, 1956 KIRKLAND VOTERS KILL SCHOOL LEVIES 1
March 15, 1956 KAY PACKARD, LT RICHARD ROTH 13
March 15, 1956 MARY BETH MCGREGOR, BILL PARSONS 12
March 15, 1956 ST PATRICK'S DAY SATURDAY; STEP FORWARD YOU IRISHMEN 1
March 15, 1956 EWING RE-ELECTED BY MAJORITY VOTE IN HOUGHTON RACE 1
March 15, 1956 HOUGHTON ORDERS $500 FEASIBILITY REPORT ON PROPOSED SEWER HOOK-UP 2
March 15, 1956 HOUSE MAIL SERVICE SOUGHT IN HOUGHTON 6
March 15, 1956 THREE NEW PLANNERS NAMED IN HOUGHTON 6
March 15, 1956 YEGGS RIFLE EAGLES SAFE; $1500 IN CURRENCY TAKEN 1
March 15, 1956 BRICKLEY, JAMES 6
March 15, 1956 JEWETT, RAYMOND 6
March 15, 1956 SPERLING, KATHERINE 10
March 15, 1956 WALGREN, WILLIAM 7
March 15, 1956 BAGGALEY WINS MAYORALTY RACE; DEFEATS COMPTON BY 200-VOTE MARGIN 1
March 15, 1956 NICOLLE, SEARLE WIN IN JUANITA WATER DISTRICT 6
March 15, 1956 ROSE HILL WATER DISTRICT GROWING; INCREASES IN CUSTOMERS RECEIPTS 9
March 15, 1956 CITY GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS 2
March 15, 1956 CONSTRUCTION OF EAST SIDE GAS SUPPLY LINES SCHEDULED TO BEGIN 5
March 15, 1956 BEVERLY JAKEWAY, JOHN DALLAS 12
March 15, 1956 DIANE L PATTY, JAN F FOREMAN 12
March 22, 1956 WESLEY N HILLS OBSERVE 55TH YEAR OF LIFE TOGETHER AT FAMILY SUPPE 2
March 22, 1956 OUR TOWN (RICHARDS, KEITH) 10
March 22, 1956 NORKIRK SCHOOL NOT FINISHED YET 1
March 22, 1956 FIRMS MAY PAY PARKING LOT FEE 1
March 22, 1956 PUBLIC SUPPORT SPARKS PROGRAM TO VOTE AGAIN ON SCHOOL LEVIES 1
March 22, 1956 CITY SETTLES ONE STREET CONTRACT STUDIES SECOND 6
March 22, 1956 ECONOMIC SURVEY ORDERED FOR CITY 7
March 22, 1956 EXPANDING EAST SIDE INDUSTRY IS HUMMING PLACE 6
March 22, 1956 JUANITA CLUB OPPOSES GAVEL PIT AND ASPHALT PLANT ON NE 132ND ST 1
March 22, 1956 ALASAARI, AURORA 2
March 22, 1956 BRICKLEY, JAMES T 2
March 22, 1956 FERGUSON, WALT I 7
March 22, 1956 FRANKE, OTTO P 2
March 22, 1956 LEMKE, LOUIS P 2
March 22, 1956 SATTERBERG, KAREY KENDALL 7
March 22, 1956 ACTIVE CLUB SCHEDULES 10 BOUTS, FREE-FOR-ALL IN FRIDAY NIGHT CARD 1
March 22, 1956 MARLYS ANN PEDERSON, HARRY IVAN RUBY, JR 12
March 29, 1956 OFFICE BUILDING FOR MARKET ST 1
March 29, 1956 HOME IMPROVEMENT CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED BY MERCHANTS, TRADESPEOPLE 1
March 29, 1956 CITIZENS' GROUP PLEDGES PASSAGE OF SCHOOL LEVIES 1
March 29, 1956 ED MURRAY, RUTH NAGEL 8
March 29, 1956 ARRANGEMENTS UNDERWAY FOR NATIONAL PRIMROSE SHOW HERE APRIL 20-22 6
March 29, 1956 ECONOMIC SURVEY ORDERED TO BRIGHTEN CITY'S FUTURE 1
March 29, 1956 JUANITANS CONSIDERING ANNEXATION TO KIRKLAND 1
March 29, 1956 BROOKS, WINIFRED 1
March 29, 1956 CITY TO DO WORK ON MARKET STREET 1
March 29, 1956 HIGHWAY PROGRESS (PHOTO NEAR FIVE CORNERS) 1
March 29, 1956 TELEPHONE CO OUTLINES SLATE OF IMPROVEMENTS PLANNED FOR YEAR 9
April 5, 1956 RESEARCH LABORATORY IS LATEST INNOVATION OF KIRKLAND HATCHERY 9
April 5, 1956 CAPACITY HOUSE EXPECTED TO HEAR SEATTLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 1
April 5, 1956 MRS HARVEY THOMPSON IS SELECTED NEW MRS KIRKLAND; TV APPEARANCE S 1
April 5, 1956 SAFEWAY MANAGER PRESENTED AWARD (DANKELFSON, RAY) 14
April 5, 1956 ANNEXATION OF 'TRIANGLE' ASKED 2
April 5, 1956 MARKET REZONING HEARING IS SET; DOCK A SHAMBLES 2
April 5, 1956 SPECIAL SCHOOL ELECTION SET FOR MAY 22 1
April 5, 1956 TUTTLE RE-ELECTED SCHOOL BOARD HEAD 2
April 5, 1956 ARLENE MARIE FUNK, LT EUGENE D NELSON 12
April 5, 1956 COUNCILMAN, NORMALLY PET LOVER, LEVELS BLAST AT ANIMAL KINGDOM 1
April 5, 1956 LAW MAKING PARENTS LIABLE FOR ACTS OF OFFSPRING ADVOCATED 1
April 5, 1956 MRS HARVEY THOMPSON IS SELECTED NEW MRS KIRKLAND; TV APPEARANCE S 1
April 5, 1956 DUNBAR, ANDREW 1
April 5, 1956 REAL ESTATE MEN FORM NEW GROUP 11
April 5, 1956 AUTOMOBILE CLUB OFFICIAL, REPORTING ON PROGRESS OF SECOND LAKE 11
April 5, 1956 STREET LIGHTING GETS COUNCIL OK 1
April 12, 1956 COLMAN'S - HONORING DOROTHY SUTHERLAND 7
April 12, 1956 'FORTUNE TELLER' TO BE PRESENTED BY HIGH SCHOOL 13
April 12, 1956 NBC TELEVISING SYMPHONY CONCERT HERE 1
April 12, 1956 KIRKLAND SAVINGS AND LOAN GROUP OFFERS $200 COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP 5
April 12, 1956 GRADING NEAR NEW SCHOOL (PHOTO) 6
April 12, 1956 COMPTON OPENING USED CAR AGENCY 13
April 12, 1956 FRIDAY THE 13TH BARGAINS OFFERED 1
April 12, 1956 MISS SUTHERLAND HONORED BY STORE (COLMAN'S) 5
April 12, 1956 ANNUAL EGG DRIVE RATED SUCCESS BY MEMBERS OF ORTHOPEDIC GUILD 16
April 12, 1956 BUDGET UP 4.7%; FACE $88000 CUT 1
April 12, 1956 COMMITTEES FOR SCHOOL ELECTION HERE ANNOUNCED 5
April 12, 1956 NEW TEXT BOOKS ON PUBLIC DISPLAY 10
April 12, 1956 GARDEN CLUB PLANS FOR NATIONAL PRIMROSE SHOW APRIL 20-22 16
April 12, 1956 KIWANIS TO STAGE SUMMER CARNIVAL HERE AUGUST 3-4 1
April 12, 1956 NATIONAL PRIMROSE SHOW NEXT LOCAL SPECTACULAR 1
April 12, 1956 ILLEGAL REFUSE DUMPING STIRS HEALTH OFFICERS 7
April 12, 1956 COUNCIL APPROVES MARINA REQUEST FOR EXPANSION 6
April 12, 1956 FORBES SELL LAKE BEACH TO COUNTY 1
April 12, 1956 FORBES SELL LAKE BEACH TO COUNTY 1
April 12, 1956 NBC TELEVISING SYMPHONY CONCERT HERE 1
April 19, 1956 CONCERT ATTENDANTS THRILL TO SYMPHONY'S PLAYING 14
April 19, 1956 BANKS TO ASSIST REGISTRANTS FOR SCHOOL ELECTION 1
April 19, 1956 FREE COKES, RECORDS TO BE FEATURED AT CONNOLLY FAMILY SHOE STORE 2
April 19, 1956 KIRKLAND'S PROGRESS IS NOT A PAGEANT AND EVERY CITIZEN SITS IN T 2
April 19, 1956 VOTERS WILL GET ANOTHER CHANCE TO PASS THREE VITAL SCHOOL MEASURE 1
April 19, 1956 GLENDA LOU ROGERS, ALAN D AHEARN 14
April 19, 1956 JOANNE SPIERS, LARRY NELSON 15
April 19, 1956 ANNUAL CLEAN-UP MAY 12 THRU 26 4
April 19, 1956 PRIMROSE SHOW OPENS TOMORROW 1
April 19, 1956 HOME BURNS WHILE FAMILY ATTENDS MOVIE; HILLIARDS GRATEFUL FOR NEIGHBORS 13
April 19, 1956 OLDFIELD, WILLIAM A (BARNEY) 4
April 19, 1956 SUSKEY, FRED H 1
April 19, 1956 'WOMEN OF THE YEAR' HONORED BY KIRKLAND ORGANIZATION 14
April 19, 1956 HAPPY THRONG OF YOUNG SALESMEN VIE FOR JOURNAL CONTEST PRIZES 1
April 19, 1956 CONTRACTOR GIVEN 10 DAYS TO START WORK ON STREETS 1
April 19, 1956 TRAFFIC HAZARD REMOVAL SOUGHT 4
April 19, 1956 SEWER HEARING DUE IN HOUGHTON 7
April 26, 1956 AT THE SYMPHONY (PHOTOS) 8
April 26, 1956 GOLD STAR MOTHER HAS 93RD BIRTHDAY (EAGLE, AUGUSTA) 8
April 26, 1956 HULL FAMILY SCATTERED BUT BEAUD LIVES CLOSE TO SISTER IN FRANCE 13
April 26, 1956 NORKIRK WILL BE OCCUPIED IN MAY 1
April 26, 1956 KIRKLAND'S NEW $350000 LAKEFRONT APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION 11
April 26, 1956 YOUNGSTERS VISIT SEATTLE-TACOMA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 13
April 26, 1956 BIG POPULATION INCREASE CAUSES SCHOOL HEADACHE 1
April 26, 1956 SCHOOL BUYS ONE TRANSIT TYPE BUS 9
April 26, 1956 SHARON JEAN EULBERG, GEORGE KARGIANIS 14
April 26, 1956 AT THE PRIMROSE SHOW (PHOTOS) 8
April 26, 1956 KIWANIANS ASK CLUBS' HELP IN PICKING CARNIVAL QUEEN 1
April 26, 1956 TUESDAY BRUSH FIRE THREATENS KIRKLAND SOUTH SIDE RESIDENCES 1
April 26, 1956 INCORPORATION IS STUDIED BY JUANITA; PLAN SURVEY 13
April 26, 1956 STATE PATROLMAN IS ASSIGNED HERE (OLSEEN, JOHN) 9
April 26, 1956 CLITES, ALICE T 1
April 26, 1956 FRED PRESSER WINS TOP AWARD IN FIRST WEEK OF JOURNAL CONTEST 1
April 26, 1956 COMIC TOUCH ADDED TO BOAT LAUNCHING; BOTTLE MISHAP LEAVES ASSISTANT 5
April 26, 1956 NO STATE HIGHWAY AID IN HOUGHTON ON 108TH EXPANSION 9
May 3, 1956 MYRTLE DEBOLDT NAMED KIDS' FRIEND OF 1955 AT VFW'S ANNUAL BANQUET 15
May 3, 1956 FREE COOKING SCHOOL ENCORE SCHEDULED MAY 10-11 AT CIVIC CENTER 1
May 3, 1956 OUTLAWING RYDER PLAN ALTERS SCHOOL TAX 1
May 3, 1956 SCHOOL LEVY APPROVAL 'MUST' FOR BUILDINGS AND PERSONNEL 1
May 3, 1956 THREE TEACHERS HONORED ON RETIREMENT (WRIGHT,ATTERBERRY, O'CONNOR) 1
May 3, 1956 AMBLE, HENRY LUDWIG 8
May 3, 1956 SAMPONT, KATE 5
May 3, 1956 STINSON, LINNIE 13
May 3, 1956 OUTLAWING RYDER PLAN ALTERS SCHOOL TAX 1
May 3, 1956 LARRY CROUCH TAKES LEAD IN JOURNAL CONTEST 1
May 3, 1956 COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS CHANGES IN KIRKLAND RECREATIONAL FACILITIES 11
May 3, 1956 ACTION ON STREET PROJECT EXPECTED BY CITY COUNCIL 8
May 3, 1956 WATER DISTRICT ANNEXATION SEEN IN NEAR FUTURE 1
May 3, 1956 DONALEE HUTTON, RICHARD BOAS 14
May 10, 1956 OUR TOWN (BAGGALEY, BYRON) 2
May 10, 1956 ADDITION TO KIRKLAND JR HIGH (PHOTO) 13
May 10, 1956 STOP WORK ORDER ISSUED BY CITY 2
May 10, 1956 JUANITA DRIVE-IN OPENS SATURDAY 1
May 10, 1956 EXPECT RECORD ATTENDANCE AT FREE COOKING SCHOOL 1
May 10, 1956 SCHOOL BUDGET DOWN FOR '56-57 7
May 10, 1956 VERNA STAPLES PURCELL, LYLE BLACK 16
May 10, 1956 JUANITA COMMISSIONERS CONTINUING TO GET WATER CONNECTION INQUIRIES 6
May 10, 1956 JUANITA DRIVE-IN OPENS SATURDAY 1
May 10, 1956 JUANITA WATER DISTRICT WILL DRILL NEW WELL INSURING ADEQUATE SUPPLY 13
May 10, 1956 MILLER, EDWARD C 1
May 10, 1956 NICHOL, MARGARET 1
May 10, 1956 JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST CLOSE AS YOUNGSTERS SCRAMBLE FOR PRIZE 1
May 10, 1956 CHAMBER TO HEAR AUTHORITY DISCUSS VITAL HIGHWAY BILL 1
May 10, 1956 CONTRACTOR BALKS ON STREET PROJECT 1
May 10, 1956 ENTRANCE SIGNS READIED FOR USE 1
May 10, 1956 JUANITA COMMISSIONERS CONTINUING TO GET WATER CONNECTION INQUIRIES 6
May 10, 1956 JUANITA WATER DISTRICT WILL DRILL NEW WELL INSURING ADEQUATE SUPPLY 13
May 17, 1956 A G FRANKS, WELL KNOWN KIRKLAND COUPLE, FETED ON 49TH ANNIVERSARY 13
May 17, 1956 BERGS TO CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY SATURDAY 1
May 17, 1956 ARTISTS PICKED FOR COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES 2
May 17, 1956 CLARA VINUP, RETIRED SCHOOLMA'AM WILL OBSERVE 84TH BIRTHDAY 12
May 17, 1956 LOCAL STRAWBERRY BLONDE NEW "WEATHER GIRL" ON TV (BUSEK, ANITA) 9
May 17, 1956 REZONING CLEARS WAY FOR BUILDING 2
May 17, 1956 22 ACRES MAY GO TO BIBLE COLLEGE 1
May 17, 1956 NAZARENE CHURCH TO BE DEDICATED SUN. AFTERNOON 14
May 17, 1956 SPECIAL SCHOOL ELECTION SET FOR TUESDAY 1
May 17, 1956 ARDIS JEAN GREEN, DANIEL STACHLOWSKI 12
May 17, 1956 SANDRA JEAN SNYDER, RICHARD LUCIAN DELPHIA 12
May 17, 1956 INJUNCTION SOUGHT IN HOUGHTON REZONING ACTION 1
May 17, 1956 SHOPPING CENTER PLANNED IN NEW HOUGHTON AREA 1
May 17, 1956 LOCAL STRAWBERRY BLONDE NEW "WEATHER GIRL" ON TV (BUSEK, ANITA) 9
May 17, 1956 AYERS, INFANT 1
May 17, 1956 DANNY LEAN WINS FIRST PRIZE IN JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTION RACE 2
May 17, 1956 PARKING PAVING WILL BEGIN SOON 1
May 24, 1956 PARTY JUNE 17 WILL HONOR COUPLES HERE MARRIED FOR 50 YEARS OR MORE 12
May 24, 1956 OUR TOWN (CROW, HARRY B) 10
May 24, 1956 HOUSE NUMBERS CAN BE ASSIGNED 9
May 24, 1956 BARBERS TO CLOSE SHOP FOR 4 DAYS 9
May 24, 1956 EAST SIDE MOTOR HERE 23 YEARS 11
May 24, 1956 REVIVE TRIANGLE ANNEXATION TALK 1
May 24, 1956 23 LAKE WASHINGTON TEACHERS PLAN RETIRING OR MOVING TO NEW POSITION 12
May 24, 1956 DISTRICT MAY REDUCE BUS RUNS 1
May 24, 1956 THREE SCHOOL MEASURES WIN HANDILY 1
May 24, 1956 HANG CLOTHES ON HICKORY LIMB, BUT DON'T GO NEAR WATER AT BEACHES 1
May 24, 1956 GLEN CLARENCE NEW CAPTAIN OF LOCAL POLICE AUXILIARY; WILSON LIEUT 9
May 24, 1956 YOUTH, FLEEING SHOT BY POLICE 5
May 24, 1956 BACHELDER, MRS A F 9
May 24, 1956 CONNER, JEANNE CHATET 1
May 24, 1956 DUNSTON, ALMETA 2
May 24, 1956 COURT ACTION ON STREETS JOB POSTPONED TO JUNE 4 1
May 31, 1956 OUR TOWN (SHEPLEY, JANET AND RUSSELL) 6
May 31, 1956 MORE VARIETY NEEDED LOCALLY, SURVEY SHOWS 1
May 31, 1956 ROBISON NAMED PENNEY MANAGER 5
May 31, 1956 2132 SENIORS TO BE GRADUATED FROM HIGH SCHOOL NEXT WEDNESDAY 1
May 31, 1956 MIGRATION OF PUPILS TO NORKIRK SET FOR TWO DAYS BEFORE SCHOOL IS 9
May 31, 1956 CITY'S SURVEY NEAR COMPLETION 1
May 31, 1956 THREE LUSTY CHEERS FOR A COUPLE LADDIES BOWING OUT OF CITY HALL 5
May 31, 1956 DEDICATION OF JUANITA'S BEACH ON FRIDAY, JUNE 8 1
May 31, 1956 BATHING BEACHES WILL OPEN HERE MONDAY, JUNE 11 1
May 31, 1956 DEDICATION OF JUANITA'S BEACH ON FRIDAY, JUNE 8 1
May 31, 1956 HENKE, LENA 1
May 31, 1956 SJOLANDER, LYNN 1
May 31, 1956 WATER DISTRICT ELECTION JULY 17 1
May 31, 1956 REV CRAWFORD TO LEAVE SOON 14
May 31, 1956 JUDY BETZOLD, VINCENT MCDONALD 12
May 31, 1956 SUE LONCTOT, EDWARD KOESTER 12
June 7, 1956 JOHN BRATT ALL GOOSE-PIMPLES TODAY BECAUSE TOMORROW'S GOING TO BE 13
June 7, 1956 ATTRACTIVE NEW MEDICAL CENTER OPENED IN CITY 1
June 7, 1956 LANDLORDS DIG UP $2000 FOR GREATER KIRKLAND FUND 1
June 7, 1956 ALLOTMENT OF $33737 MADE ROSE HILL SCHOOL 8
June 7, 1956 LAND ACQUIRED BY SCHOOL BOARD 1
June 7, 1956 FURNITURE STORE HAS ANNIVERSARY (KIRKLAND FURNITURE) 2
June 7, 1956 BYRON BAGGALEY OFFICIALLY SWORN IN AS KIRKLAND'S CHIEF EXECUTIVE 1
June 7, 1956 POLIO CLINIC HERE SATURDAY 4
June 7, 1956 GARBAGE SITE NEAR JUANITA IS SOUGHT 1
June 7, 1956 PLAN COLORFUL CEREMONY FOR JUANITA DEDICATION 1
June 7, 1956 PLAN COLORFUL CEREMONY FOR JUANITA DEDICATION 1
June 7, 1956 WAVERLY PARK, HOUGHTON BEACHES WILL OPEN MONDAY; GUARDS SET 13
June 7, 1956 KAESER-KIRKLAND SUIT OPENED IN SUPERIOR COURT 1
June 7, 1956 G.I.'S AT "NIKE" SITES, OTHER POSTS, HOPEFUL OF USO BEING SET UP 13
June 7, 1956 BEYMER, THOMAS 13
June 7, 1956 HUKEE, JULIA 2
June 7, 1956 HUTSON, JIM 2
June 7, 1956 COST OF LAND IN DISTRICT VARIES, STUDY INDICATES 8
June 7, 1956 IMPROVE REALTY LISTING SERVICE 4
June 7, 1956 VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLS PLANNED 16
June 7, 1956 ALLOTMENT OF $33737 MADE ROSE HILL SCHOOL 8
June 7, 1956 ASK MORE TIME FOR SPAN STUDY 1
June 7, 1956 BRIDGE SURVEY DUE FOR RELEASE NEXT THURSDAY; USERS TO MEET 15
June 7, 1956 GARBAGE SITE NEAR JUANITA IS SOUGHT 1
June 7, 1956 SHARON EULBERG, GEORGE KARGIANIS 14
June 14, 1956 KIRKLAND COUPLE MARRIED 50 YEARS AGO (BENNETT, MR AND MRS VIRGIL) 7
June 14, 1956 NO LIMIT ON 'PUNKY'S' ACTIVITIES (OSBERG, ROBERT JR) 1
June 14, 1956 LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH SENIOR NIGHT (PHOTOS) 5
June 14, 1956 LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT GRANTED $20734 FEDERAL SUBSIDY 7
June 14, 1956 ALESA LAVERNE HAMMOND, HARRY C MILES 12
June 14, 1956 CAROL GROSHELL, NORMAN JOHNSON 6
June 14, 1956 MARCIA ELEANOR HOPKINS, TERRELL JOHN LEBOUEF 12
June 14, 1956 EAGLE FESTIVAL WILL OPEN HERE FRIDAY, JUNE 22 1
June 14, 1956 LELAND REVEALS FEATURES OF CITY SURVEY; REPORT TO COUNCIL 7
June 14, 1956 NEW HOUGHTON OFFICIALS TAKE OFFICE (PHOTO) 9
June 14, 1956 HEARING DATE ESTABLISHED FOR JUANITA WATER DISTRICT 1
June 14, 1956 AL ARMSTRONG, KIT CANTERBURY TO HANDLE LIFEGUARD JOBS HERE 9
June 14, 1956 COX, THOMAS K 7
June 14, 1956 LEWIS, DENNIS 1
June 14, 1956 NEEL, CHARLES G 9
June 14, 1956 NOYES, MYRA HELEN 7
June 14, 1956 COMMISSIONERS OK ROAD WORK 1
June 14, 1956 MARKET ST JOB GIVEN PRIORITY 1
June 14, 1956 HEARING DATE ESTABLISHED FOR JUANITA WATER DISTRICT 1
June 14, 1956 WEST COAST TELEPHONE COMPANY PLANS BIGGEST CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM 8
June 21, 1956 21 COUPLES MARRIED FOR 50 YEARS OR MORE, FETED ON SUNDAY 10
June 21, 1956 FAMILY, CHURCH HONOR LOCAL COUPLE (BENNETT, MR AND MRS WALTER) 10
June 21, 1956 RESIDENTS FOR 59 YEARS CELEBRATING GOLDEN (CATHCART, JAMES) 1
June 21, 1956 CENTRAL TO NORKIRK MOVING DAY BIG EVENT (PHOTOS) 9
June 21, 1956 OLD SHED BECOMES COZY COTTAGE (PHOTOS) 13
June 21, 1956 WIDE OPEN SPACES (PHOTO OF "B" PROJECT REMAINS) 7
June 21, 1956 CAME HERE TO FISH; STAYED ON TO OPEN OWN RADIATOR SHOP 9
June 21, 1956 GREATER KIRKLAND BOOSTER FUND HITS $20000 1
June 21, 1956 HELEN GRAY, GORDON HAGGBERG 10
June 21, 1956 FESTIVAL FEATURES QUEEN, PARADE, PARACHUTE JUMP 1
June 21, 1956 GALA PARADE WILL HIGHLIGHT EAGLE FESTIVAL 1
June 21, 1956 CITY'S HEARTACHES INCLUDE STREETS, FINANCIAL REPORT 1
June 21, 1956 STREET, UTILITY PROBLEM BROUGHT BEFORE NEW COUNCILMEN AND MAYOR 2
June 21, 1956 OLD P-I OF 1891 PREDICTED GREAT KIRKLAND FUTURE 7
June 21, 1956 HEISDORF-NELSON TO EXPAND LOCAL OFFICES AND HATCHERY IN HOUGHTON 1
June 21, 1956 POLICE OFFICERS RECOVER $3000 IN STOLEN GOODS 9
June 21, 1956 PRUITT, MRS R W 5
June 21, 1956 WILSON, HILDA 1
June 21, 1956 LOCAL KIWANIANS MAINTAIN VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES, COMMUNITY SERVICE 7
June 21, 1956 CITY POPULATION MAY REACH 6100 2
June 21, 1956 STREET PROJECT BID OPENING SET FOR JULY 16 1
June 21, 1956 NATURAL GAS PIPE DEADLINE IS 1958 1
June 21, 1956 BARBARA ANNE DONNELLY, ROBERT HARNDEN 10
June 21, 1956 ROSE MARTIN, OTTO ROSCHER 10
June 28, 1956 COMES A LONG WAY TO SEE DAUGHTER (HARTMEN, GARNET) 1
June 28, 1956 'HIS HONOR'S SECRETARY PRAISES POSITION, BOSS (BEAZLEY, HELEN) 9
June 28, 1956 OUR TOWN (WOOD, MR AND MRS WILLIAM C) 2
June 28, 1956 ARCHITECT OPENS KIRKLAND OFFICE 6
June 28, 1956 BON MARCHE TO BUILD NEW STORE NEAR KIRKLAND 1
June 28, 1956 CREDIT COMPANY TO MOVE OFFICES 7
June 28, 1956 BODY OF SEATTLE MAN RECOVERED FROM WATER 1
June 28, 1956 CHAMBER TO HEAR REPORT ON CITY'S ECONOMIC SURVEY 1
June 28, 1956 LOSE TEACHER, PUPILS; RETAIL CLASS DROPPED 1
June 28, 1956 TEXTBOOKS COST BID IS $5906.20 8
June 28, 1956 SHORTCAKE, PARADE, QUEENS FEATURE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL (PHOTOS) 5
June 28, 1956 PREVENTIVE FIRE SET IN SHIPYARD 2
June 28, 1956 FLAG PRESENTED CITY BY LEGION 11
June 28, 1956 DEMOLITION TEAM TO BLOW PILINGS AT SOUTH BEACH 9
June 28, 1956 PREVENTIVE FIRE SET IN SHIPYARD 2
June 28, 1956 TALK OUTLAWING SOUND CARS HERE 1
June 28, 1956 DR SHERWOOD WILL SUPERVISE COUNTY HOSPITALS 6
June 28, 1956 PEFLEY, CARL S 9
June 28, 1956 BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB ORGANIZED AS SUGGESTION OF SECRETARY OF WAR 10
June 28, 1956 FLAG PRESENTED CITY BY LEGION 11
June 28, 1956 EFFORTS STARTED TO GET FEDERAL FINANCES FOR 4-LANING 2A 2
June 28, 1956 WHO'S VILLAIN IN BRIDGE PLOT? 1
June 28, 1956 ELSIE NADINE GIBBS, WILLIAM SNOW 11
June 28, 1956 JANET SANDALL, NED NELSON 10
July 5, 1956 MR AND MRS HAROLD LEWIS PROVE 'GIVE AND TAKE' CAN LAST 60 YEARS 5
July 5, 1956 TED MACK GETS BANK PROMOTION 6
July 5, 1956 CITY COUNCIL AND C OF C INVITE MACDOUGALL'S TO LOCATE STORE HERE 1
July 5, 1956 COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT PUSHED 1
July 5, 1956 KIRKLAND APPLIANCE DEALERS WILL OFFER ADVICE ON FOOD FREEZING 6
July 5, 1956 FLACK FOR WATER CARNIVAL PROMISES TWO GREAT DAYS 1
July 5, 1956 NAVY'S "BIG BLOWOUT" AT SOUTH KIRKLAND BEACH BLASTS PILINGS (PHOT 9
July 5, 1956 BOOM LOWERED ON SOUND TRUCKS 1
July 5, 1956 MOORE, HARVEY E 12
July 5, 1956 AL LELAND FILES FOR 46TH DISTRICT 1
July 5, 1956 THOMPSON FILES FOR LEGISLATURE 6
July 5, 1956 BAPTIST CHURCH HAS NEW PASTOR 1
July 5, 1956 DIGGING TIME AGAIN FOR KIRKLAND AVE 1
July 5, 1956 POLITICAL PARTIES URGED TO CONSIDER 2ND SPAN 1
July 5, 1956 REPORT ON SECOND LAKE BRIDGE DUE WEEK OF JULY 10 2
July 5, 1956 STREET HEADACHES STILL THROBBING 1
July 5, 1956 JOAN HADFIELD, GEORGE CONNORS 10
July 12, 1956 CATHCART ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED BY 160 FRIENDS FROM ALL OVER KIRKLAND 12
July 12, 1956 REPORT ON THE CONDITION OF CITIZENS BANK OF KIRKLAND 5
July 12, 1956 OUR TOWN (COX, EVERLY WAYNE) 7
July 12, 1956 PARENTS MIGHTY PROUD OF JESS HART 9
July 12, 1956 TO REZONE PROJECT A FOR RECREATION SITE 1
July 12, 1956 'BOMBING' OF KIRKLAND WILL REVEAL WEAKNESS 5
July 12, 1956 BARBARA GREEN, ROBERT EUGENE STOLTZ 12
July 12, 1956 WATER CARNIVAL SUPPORTS ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARTY FOR YOUNGSTERS 11
July 12, 1956 HOUGHTON LOSES SUPREME COURT CASE 1
July 12, 1956 REZONE MARINA, RESCIND PARKING 1
July 12, 1956 SEWER STUDY GO AHEAD GIVEN FOR HOUGHTON 1
July 12, 1956 FRENCH, ROSA 1
July 12, 1956 JOURNAL ADS WILL BOOST KIRKLAND AS IDEAL FAMILY SHOPPING CENTER 9
July 12, 1956 TO REZONE PROJECT A FOR RECREATION SITE 1
July 12, 1956 CENSUS SHOWS DECREASE OF 200 9
July 12, 1956 LIQUOR PROFITS MAKE KIRKLAND $29548 RICHER 9
July 12, 1956 FIRMS JOIN BRIDGE USERS' FIGHT WITH CONTRIBUTIONS 1
July 12, 1956 RUMORS PERSIST THAT DELEUW-CATHER WILL RECOMMEND PARALLEL SPAN 1
July 12, 1956 PHONE FACILITIES INCREASE STUDIED 9
July 12, 1956 SPECIAL VOTE TUESDAY ON WATER ANNEXATION 5
July 12, 1956 TELEPHONE POLES HERE TO GET THE AXE 11
July 19, 1956 IT PAYS TO SHOP IN KIRKLAND 6
July 19, 1956 OUR TOWN (WALKER, EDMUND B) 2
July 19, 1956 US OFFICIAL CONFERS WITH SCHOOL AUTHORITIES ON ACQUIRING B PROJECT 7
July 19, 1956 STEADY 1-MINUTE BLAST TOMORROW WILL SIGNAL CIVIL DEFENSE ALERT 7
July 19, 1956 DORIS VANCE, THOMAS MASSEY 10
July 19, 1956 ELIZABETH GILDOW, LIBURN HORTON 11
July 19, 1956 MARY JO DALY, EVERT BREEN DEYOUNG 10
July 19, 1956 CARNIVAL PARADE TO INCLUDE PETS 1
July 19, 1956 WATER CARNIVAL PLANNING PROMISES TWO GALA DAYS 1
July 19, 1956 KING COUNTY'S NEW BEACH AT JUANITA PACKING THEM LIKE BROOKLYN'S J 5
July 19, 1956 FIRST KIRKLAND LIBRARY PROVED DETERMINATION OF WOMEN'S CLUB 10
July 19, 1956 NEW DENTISTRY OFFICES OPENING 9
July 19, 1956 GOFF, CLARENCE 7
July 19, 1956 PEASE, FRANK M 9
July 19, 1956 REEK, CLARENCE 2
July 19, 1956 FIRST KIRKLAND LIBRARY PROVED DETERMINATION OF WOMEN'S CLUB 10
July 19, 1956 BABE RUTH LEAGUE OPENS TOURNAMENT HERE FRIDAY 1
July 19, 1956 FLO SPENCER FOR RETURNING LESCHI IF BRIDGE CONTROVERSY ISN'T SETTLED 5
July 19, 1956 OPEN TWO BIDS ON STREET JOB, STUDY FIGURES 7
July 19, 1956 PROPONENTS OF EVERGREEN-MONTLAKE LOCATION FOR SPAN BATTLING WITH 1
July 19, 1956 BURIED CABLE JOB STARTS NEXT WEEK 1
July 19, 1956 WEATHER BRINGS WATER SHORTAGE, DUSTY STREETS IN AND OUT OF CITY 1
July 19, 1956 JEAN FLUHARTY, JACK WILCOX             S 10
July 19, 1956 MARJORIE LEE DIMOCK, HOWARD BURTON MELLORS 10
July 26, 1956 OUR TOWN (MCKILLOP, EMMETT FRANCIS) 2
July 26, 1956 KIRKLAND "BOMBED" FRIDAY 11
July 26, 1956 BOARD HIRES 16 NEW TEACHERS 6
July 26, 1956 SCHOOL'S BALANCE LOW DUE TO SLOW PAYMENT OF TAXES 5
July 26, 1956 CARNIVAL PARADE OPENING WITH A "BANG" AUGUST 3, KIWANIANS SAY 9
July 26, 1956 FIRE CAUSES $13000 LOSS TO FAMILY 1
July 26, 1956 KIRKLAND TAVERN DAMAGED BY FIRE 2
July 26, 1956 JERDEE, EMMA M 7
July 26, 1956 FROM SIX FOUNDERS, EAGLES GREW TO SECOND LARGEST ORDER IN US 9
July 26, 1956 MISS SKYWAY GETS DUNKING, BURN IN FIRST TRYOUT 1
July 26, 1956 SAMPONT, TAYLOR BOATS LAUNCHED 5
July 26, 1956 CITIZENS' BRIDGE COMMITTEE CALLS EXECUTIVE SESSION THIS AFTERNOON 2
July 26, 1956 EAST SIDERS CALL PARALLEL SPAN 'SELFISH, EXPENSIVE' 1
July 26, 1956 WHO'S GOING TO FOOT SECOND LAKE BRIDGE BILL? 1
July 26, 1956 BEVERLY GAY HARDENBROOK, RICHARD C BROWN 10
August 2, 1956 OUR TOWN (RICHARDS, KEITH) 2
August 2, 1956 SENSE OF HUMOR, VARIED INTERESTS, KEEP MRS MYRTLE ROBERTSON YOUNG 5
August 2, 1956 NEW TEACHERS ASSIGNED TO HIGH SCHOOL DUTIES 13
August 2, 1956 SALLY SCHROEDER, JOHN PARKS 12
August 2, 1956 ENTERTAINMENT, MERRY-MAKING IN WATER CARNIVAL PLANS, AUG 3-4 1
August 2, 1956 WATER CARNIVAL SCENES FROM PAST YEARS PREVIEW '56 EVENT 11
August 2, 1956 HOUGHTON ASKS WATER RATE DROP 1
August 2, 1956 CITY'S POLICE DEPARTMENT IS HIGH IN PUBLIC ESTEEM 1
August 2, 1956 ARMY STARTS $500,000 HOUSING DEVELOPMENT 9
August 2, 1956 OLDMAN, HAROLD W 11
August 2, 1956 ROSIN, FRANK W 12
August 2, 1956 SCOTT, HARRIET 6
August 2, 1956 COMMUNITY SERVICE, HIGH ETHICAL STANDARDS ARE GOAL OF ROTARY 2
August 2, 1956 WALTERSKIRCHEN SEEKS ELECTION 10
August 2, 1956 LAKEFRONT PARKING LOT WORK SCHEDULED TO BEGIN THIS MONTH 1
August 2, 1956 NEW 2-A HIGHWAY SEEN AS "TRADE BARRIER" TO KIRKLAND 1
August 2, 1956 HOUGHTON ASKS WATER RATE DROP 1
August 2, 1956 ARLENE FUNK, GENE NELSON 12
August 9, 1956 ELVES SUPER MARKET - GRAND OPENING 5
August 9, 1956 NEW SUPERMARKET OPENS ON 68TH NE SLATES BIG GRAND OPENING 1
August 9, 1956 COUNCIL DENIES TAVERN OPERATOR BUILDING PERMIT 1
August 9, 1956 COUNCIL DUCKS REQUEST BY ELVES' MARKET FOR PACKAGE BEER LICENSE 1
August 9, 1956 JUDITH PROBST, SAMUEL T GILES 10
August 9, 1956 POLLUTION PROBLEM IN LAKE IS CAUSED BY DUMPING RAW SEWAGE 2
August 9, 1956 COLORFUL FLOATS, COSTUMED KIDDIES, BANDS FILL WATER CARNIVAL PARADE 9
August 9, 1956 CITY COUNCIL GETS BAD NEWS ON KIRKLAND'S SHAKY FINANCIAL CONDITION 1
August 9, 1956 ECONOMIC STUDY TO COST $1405 2
August 9, 1956 STATE AUDITOR'S REPORT DESCRIBES CITY'S FINANCIAL CONDITION 1
August 9, 1956 JUANITA WATER SUPPLY DOUBLED 1
August 9, 1956 OLDMAN, HAROLD 11
August 9, 1956 SCHELP, LEROY 1
August 9, 1956 MILTON HALBERT FILES FOR OFFICE 7
August 9, 1956 REV KOSCHMANN GIVEN NEW POST 12
August 9, 1956 PUBLIC CONFUSED WITH 2ND BRIDGE FACTS, FALLACIES 1
August 9, 1956 SHINSTROM ASKS PROPERTY ACCESS VIA PARK DRIVE 1
August 9, 1956 JUANITA WATER SUPPLY DOUBLED 1
August 9, 1956 ARLENE MARIE FUNK, EUGENE NELSON 10
August 9, 1956 BETH GILDOW, LILBURN HORTON 10
August 9, 1956 ELEANOR JOHANSON, TOM RUTLEDGE 10
August 9, 1956 MARY STONE, L A KRAUSE 10
August 16, 1956 CHAMNESS HONORED AT GOLDEN WEDDING RECEPTION 1
August 16, 1956 BOAT-LOVER JAMES HUTTON EXPLAINS BUSY LIFE; 'JUST CAN'T SIT STILL 12
August 16, 1956 OUR TOWN (MARSH, JESSIE AND CHARLOTTE) 2
August 16, 1956 NEW JUNIOR HIGH BUILDINGS (PHOTOS) 9
August 16, 1956 PROJECT CENTER, ACREAGE BOUGHT FOR NEW SCHOOL 1
August 16, 1956 MORE AGGRESSIVE INTEREST SHOWN IN ROADS BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1
August 16, 1956 SHOP KIRKLAND FAVORED OVER NEW BROCHURE 1
August 16, 1956 MANY LOCAL FAMILIES RECEIVE AID FROM UNITED GOOD NEIGHBORS 7
August 16, 1956 TEN NEW JUNIOR HIGH TEACHERS WILL GREET CLASSES SEPTEMBER 5 9
August 16, 1956 BEVERLY FRAZIER, DOUGLAS C BOYCE 11
August 16, 1956 VOLUNTEER FIREMEN OF DISTRICT 41 WILL GIVE AWAY EIGHT-FOOT PRAM 1
August 16, 1956 JUANITA BEACH ATTRACTS 100,000 1
August 16, 1956 KING COUNTY-RED CROSS SWIM SESSIONS DRAW CHILDREN TO CITY BEACH 4
August 16, 1956 KIRKLAND POLICE NEED LAKE DRAG 2
August 16, 1956 COMAN, RALPH 7
August 16, 1956 ACTIVE CLUB, YOUNG MEN'S SERVICE GROUP, HELPS OTHERS TO BE ACTIVE 11
August 16, 1956 KING COUNTY-RED CROSS SWIM SESSIONS DRAW CHILDREN TO CITY BEACH 4
August 16, 1956 NEW MINISTER AT NAZARENE CHURCH 1
August 16, 1956 CITY DADS TO DECIDE STREET JOB 1
August 16, 1956 MEMBERS PLAN 50000 SIGNATURES ASKING FOR EVERGREEN POINT LOCATION 5
August 16, 1956 MORE AGGRESSIVE INTEREST SHOWN IN ROADS BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1
August 16, 1956 PARKING LOT BID BEING STUDIED 1
August 16, 1956 UNDERGROUND CABLE JOB NOW UNDERWAY 1
August 16, 1956 MARILYN KORGE, DENHAM RICHARD PEGG 10
August 23, 1956 OUR TOWN (GLEASON, JOHN) 2
August 23, 1956 BOARD DISCUSSES SCHOOL PROPERTY 1
August 23, 1956 MODERN NORKIRK SCHOOL (PHOTO) 11
August 23, 1956 SCHOOL BUILDINGS NEARLY COMPLETE 12
August 23, 1956 KIRKLAND PENNEY'S TO STAY OPEN; AGGRESSIVE SALESMANSHIP URGED 5
August 23, 1956 NEW PRINCIPALS REASSIGNED HERE 12
August 23, 1956 NEW TEACHERS WILL ATTEND ORIENTATION MEETING 7
August 23, 1956 SCHOOL MEANS NEW CLOTHES - IT'S BACK TO THE BOOKS - SEPTEMBER 5 1
August 23, 1956 DELORES DARLENE MULLEN, LEONARD IVAN FIELDS 12
August 23, 1956 $21000 CUT NEEDED TO BALANCE BUDGET 1
August 23, 1956 LICENSE, PARK, BUILDING LEFT IN COMMITTEE 6
August 23, 1956 GAS SERVICE SIGN-UP ON IN HOUGHTON 2
August 23, 1956 HOUGHTON POLICE PATROL CAR INVOLVED IN BIZARRE CRASH 1
August 23, 1956 HOUGHTON SEWER BID VETOED; DOOR OPEN FOR NEW AGREEMENT 1
August 23, 1956 HOUGHTON POLICE PATROL CAR INVOLVED IN BIZARRE CRASH 1
August 23, 1956 BARRETT, JAMES JOSEPH 6
August 23, 1956 BRIGGS, VINA WITTENBORN 9
August 23, 1956 GATTER, FREDERICK E 2
August 23, 1956 ZICKRICK, FRANK H 6
August 23, 1956 VERNON A SMITH UP FOR ELECTION 6
August 23, 1956 POST OFFICE PARKING METERS RESULT OF "DRIVER'S ABUSE" 2
August 23, 1956 RAILW'Y CROSSING TO BE IMPROVED 7
August 23, 1956 2-A PAVING STARTED AT MIDLAKES 1
August 23, 1956 ACTION INDICATED ON ACCESS ROADS 6
August 23, 1956 PARKING LOT BID IS AWARDED 1
August 23, 1956 STREET PROJECT CONTRACT LET, DELETES PAVING 1
August 23, 1956 TRAFFIC COUNT, POLITICS AND PETITIONS ENTER BRIDGE SCENE 7
August 23, 1956 GAS SERVICE SIGN-UP ON IN HOUGHTON 2
August 23, 1956 BETTY ANN FRYER, LOUIS DILLMAN 12
August 30, 1956 DUTIES OUTLINED FOR DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL ATHLETICS 1
August 30, 1956 SCHOOL BOUNDARY TO BE SETTLED IN PUBLIC HEARING 1
August 30, 1956 SCHOOL DISTRICT'S ADULT DIVISION WILL OPEN 10TH YEAR SEPTEMBER 24 10
August 30, 1956 SCHOOL STARTS WEDNESDAY WITH FULL DAY OF CLASSES 1
August 30, 1956 SCHOOLS READY LUNCH PROGRAM 9
August 30, 1956 PAULINE JANE GUERLIN, BILL RUDDELL 10
August 30, 1956 POLLUTION ISSUE NO GOOD ON LAKE BRIDGE LOCATION 11
August 30, 1956 WATER DISTRICT HEARING ON EXTENSION SEPT 5TH 11
August 30, 1956 FOUR GOVERNOR CANDIDATES FAVOR NORTH LAKE CROSSING 1
August 30, 1956 MATTER OF TOLLS BECOMES ISSUE BETWEEN GROUPS 9
August 30, 1956 NORKIRK STOP LIGHT OKAYED 1
August 30, 1956 PARALLEL BRIDGE RIDICULOUS SAYS VERNON A SMITH 7
August 30, 1956 PARKING LOT EMPTY NO LONGER (PHOTO) 9
August 30, 1956 POLLUTION ISSUE NO GOOD ON LAKE BRIDGE LOCATION 11
August 30, 1956 WORK UNDERWAY ON PARKING LOT 1
August 30, 1956 SEWAGE DISPOSAL STUDY EXPECTED TO PROPOSE EAST SIDE TRUNK LINES 9
August 30, 1956 WATER DISTRICT HEARING ON EXTENSION SEPT 5TH 11
September 6, 1956 JUANITA JOKESTERS RUN FLYNN FOR "MAYOR" (FLYNN, ED) 9
September 6, 1956 OUR TOWN (SMITH, ROBERT CHARLES) 2
September 6, 1956 CHAMBER TO AID COUNCIL FINANCES, BUDGET STUDY 1
September 6, 1956 COMMITTEE WILL CONDUCT HEARING ON BELLEVUE-KIRKLAND BOUNDARIES 1
September 6, 1956 GASOLINE FIRE AT HOUGHTON BURNS WATCHMAN 8
September 6, 1956 HOUGHTON MAKING SERIOUS BID TO WORK OUT SEWAGE CONTRACT 7
September 6, 1956 JUANITA JOKESTERS RUN FLYNN FOR "MAYOR" 9
September 6, 1956 2-A WORK SLOWED BY SOFT ROADBEDS 1
September 6, 1956 SAND POINT SPAN HAS ITS BACKERS 2
September 6, 1956 WATER DISTRICT PLANS EXTENSION 7
September 13, 1956 SUNDAY PARTY ... HONORS COUPLE (COLEMAN, MR AND MRS CHARLES) 7
September 13, 1956 UGN KICKS OFF; EMPLOYEE DRIVE UNDERWAY NOW 2
September 13, 1956 GARBAGE; THOSE SMUTTY MAGAZINES 10
September 13, 1956 BEGIN REVIEW ON SCHOOL FINANCES 2
September 13, 1956 STUDENTS NUMBER 4865 IN DISTRICT; ALL-TIME HIGH 1
September 13, 1956 PORCUPINE PAULINE, KIN OF LATE PENELOPE, COMES TO TRAGIC FINISH 7
September 13, 1956 COLORFUL MAIL BOXES, NEW BALL-POINT PENS, LATE P.O. INNOVATIONS 1
September 13, 1956 ADDITIONAL TAX EYED TO BALANCE CITY 1957 BUDGET 1
September 13, 1956 ROAD, BUILDING TURNED DOWN, LICENSE OKAYED 1
September 13, 1956 OKAYS SCHOOL; TAKES SEWER PROBLEM SOUTH 1
September 13, 1956 BOLEY, ALBERT 9
September 13, 1956 AL LELAND RUNNING NO 1 ON EASTSIDE (IN 46TH LEGISLATURE RACE) 1
September 13, 1956 INVITE GOVERNOR NOMINEES HERE FOR SPAN MEET 1
September 13, 1956 INVITE GOVERNOR NOMINEES HERE FOR SPAN MEET 1
September 13, 1956 LESS STREET DIGGING ASKED FOR KIRKLAND 1
September 13, 1956 NEW TRAFFIC LIGHT PROTECTS NORKIRK YOUNGSTERS (PHOTO) 10
September 13, 1956 JANEEN WENTZ, SIDORE RYSEFF 12
September 13, 1956 MARCIA ELEANOR HOPKINS, TERRELL JOHN LE BOUEF 12
September 20, 1956 JOANNE WINS FROM PAT; KID GOES INTO ROUND 4 (GUNDERSON, JO ANNE) 1
September 20, 1956 WESCOTT HONORED BY OIL COMPANY 9
September 20, 1956 SNYDER OFFERS TEXACO SERVICE TO EAST SIDERS 8
September 20, 1956 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES LOOKED TO BOOST UGN DRIVE TOTAL 1
September 20, 1956 $975,000 SCHOOL BOND ISSUE ON NOVEMBER POLL 1
September 20, 1956 3 JUANITA BOYS, POLIO VICTIMS, ESCAPE PARALYSIS 1
September 20, 1956 RUSTY, BURIED OX SHOE CONTRASTS KIRKLAND'S TODAY AND YESTERDAY 1
September 20, 1956 HOUGHTON WILL SPEND $2000 MORE IN 1957 1
September 20, 1956 ERWIN, EVELYN 7
September 20, 1956 MCDANIELS, JAMES 7
September 20, 1956 RAINEY, MARGARET 2
September 20, 1956 SCHELL, ALICE E 7
September 20, 1956 SCHULTZ, GRACE LEE 9
September 20, 1956 TONKIN, HERBERT J 1
September 20, 1956 JOANNE WINS FROM PAT; KID GOES INTO ROUND 4 (GUNDERSON, JO ANNE) 1
September 20, 1956 CELEBRATION WILL MARK OPENING OF STATE HIGHWAY 2A OCTOBER 3 9
September 20, 1956 PARKING LOT TO GET $1350 ADDITION; FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR 20-FOOT ST 7
September 20, 1956 FIRST GAS SUPPLY LINE ENTERS CITY ON SIXTH STREET 5
September 20, 1956 GLENDA ROGERS, ALAN AHEARN 13
September 20, 1956 SIGNE GILLETTE BREIDENSTEIN, DAVID M HOWIE 12
September 27, 1956 PARKING FACILITIES ARE IMPROVED (PHOTO OF ELVES GROCERY) 16
September 27, 1956 WEEKEND SALE OPENS KIRKLAND FIRESTONE MART 2
September 27, 1956 FOUR TEACHERS HIRED TO MEET HIGH ENROLLMENT 9
September 27, 1956 AGNES KLEIN, CHARLES HAMLIN 16
September 27, 1956 BUSINESS TAX TURNED DOWN 1
September 27, 1956 BOND ISSUE PASSAGE WOULD ADD 1000 FEET TO JUANITA BEACH 9
September 27, 1956 HOUGHTON MAN MISSING AFTER FATAL ACCIDENT 1
September 27, 1956 BRADLEY, ETHEL F 2
September 27, 1956 CAPACITY CROWN TO ATTEND CIVIC BANQUET FOR GOLFER JOANNE TONIGHT 1
September 27, 1956 MINISTER HERE TO START CHURCH (LARSGAARD, REV JOHN O) 16
October 4, 1956 OUR TOWN (BOOKWALTER, EARL R) 10
October 4, 1956 NEW DECORATING SERVICE OFFERED BY LOCAL STORE 9
October 4, 1956 M-D DRIVE NETS $700 9
October 4, 1956 NEWSPAPERS ENLIVEN STUDIES AT LAKEVIEW SCHOOL 7
October 4, 1956 REQUEST STATE MONEY FOR NEW HANDICAP SCHOOL 9
October 4, 1956 TEACHERS GET $200 INCREASE 1
October 4, 1956 CAROLE GLADYS RYDEEN, JACK NEAL 13
October 4, 1956 SUDDEN FIRE RUINS EFFORT OF DO-IT-YOURSELF BUILDER 1
October 4, 1956 COUNCIL EYES BUILDING, REMODELING QUESTIONS 1
October 4, 1956 SERVICES WHACKED IN NEW CITY BUDGET 1
October 4, 1956 BIDS CALLED ON 2-A ADDITIONS WORTH $315000 2
October 4, 1956 CITY NEGOTIATES PAVING BILL 2
October 4, 1956 GREATER KIRKLAND'S NEW PARKING LOT FIRST IN SERIES OF JOBS AHEAD 9
October 4, 1956 ALESA LAVERNE HAMMOND, HARRY CHARLES MILES 12
October 4, 1956 MARY JO DALY, EVERT BREEN DEYOUNG 12
October 11, 1956 FIRM ADDS $250000 PAYROLL TO LOCAL AREA 1
October 11, 1956 INSURANCE FIRM OPENS OFFICES IN KIRKLAND 8
October 11, 1956 NEW GARDEN STORE OPENED BY BONNYBROOK 2
October 11, 1956 UGN THERMOMETER REACHES $8237 MARK; QUOTA IS $14753 1
October 11, 1956 GATEWAY EVICTS TEENAGERS FOR SHOW HI-JINKS 1
October 11, 1956 NORTHUP AREA MAY JOIN TOWN 1
October 11, 1956 $975000 SCHOOL BOND ISSUE GETS COUNCIL SUPPORT 1
October 11, 1956 FOUR NEW SCHOOL TEACHERS NAMED 5
October 11, 1956 JAYCEES TELL CHRISTMAS PLANS 8
October 11, 1956 SEWER COST REPORT ASKED OF HOUGHTON 1
October 11, 1956 GAINES TO BUILD BOWLING ALLEY IN NEW CENTER 5
October 11, 1956 108TH-NORTHUP WAY ACCESS ROAD OK'D 2
October 11, 1956 BRIDGE UP TO LEGISLATURE - LANGLIE 1
October 11, 1956 OPENING OF NEW 2-A HIGHWAY SET 1
October 11, 1956 BROOKE ANN HUNTINGTON, THOMAS STAFFORD 12
October 11, 1956 DORIS LAVONNE VANCE, THOMAS CHARLES MASSEY 12
October 11, 1956 JUDITH PROBST, SAM T GILES 12
October 11, 1956 SALLY SCHROEDER, JOHN PARKS 11
October 18, 1956 OUR TOWN (HEYER, RUTH W) 2
October 18, 1956 BOND ISSUE FOR NEW BUILDINGS URGED STRONGLY 1
October 18, 1956 DEDICATION CEREMONIES SCHEDULED FOR NORKIRK, REMODELED JR HIGH 2
October 18, 1956 BIDS ON CONSTRUCTION OF HOLY FAMILY CHURCH PLANT TO BE OPENED 1
October 18, 1956 NEW SHOPPING CENTER AT JUANITA STILL IN STATE OF FLUX 8
October 18, 1956 NEW TAVERN PLANNED BY CLEMMONS 1
October 18, 1956 MEMBERS DISCUSS PAID SECRETARY 1
October 18, 1956 UGN CAMPAIGN NEARLY ENDED; $10460 IN NOW 1
October 18, 1956 JANICE E BROWN, RAY PHILLIPS 13
October 18, 1956 NO EXTENSIONS WITHOUT APPROVAL, COUNCIL ASKS IN WATER CONTRACT 1
October 18, 1956 HALLOWEEN PARTY FOR ALL STUDENTS SET BY KIWANIS 1
October 18, 1956 GLOBE MILL STARTS WORK ON 12 HUGE BULK FEED STORAGE TANKS 1
October 18, 1956 DALTON, BERNARD J 7
October 18, 1956 EDGAR, EVERETT 7
October 18, 1956 NELSON, NELS 7
October 18, 1956 CONTRACT IS LET FOR LIGHTING 2A 9
October 18, 1956 EAST SIDE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE MADE UNDER NEW CONTRACT 9
October 18, 1956 WE'VE NO CORNER ON BRIDGE TROUBLES 10
October 18, 1956 GAIL G TUPPER, MICHAEL ROY OGILVIE 13
October 18, 1956 MARGARET RANDALL, DR WALKER DEAN 12
October 18, 1956 PATRICIA OLIN, KEITH L WALTER 13
October 25, 1956 BUILDING OF NEW SHOPPING SQUARE TO START SOON, MANAGER REPORTS 9
October 25, 1956 BOARD APPROVES PROPERTY CHANGE WITH UNCLE SAM 6
October 25, 1956 BOARD PURCHASES NEW SCHOOL SITE 1
October 25, 1956 NORKIRK, JUNIOR HIGH BUILDINGS DEDICATED HERE 2
October 25, 1956 BUILDING OF NEW SHOPPING SQUARE TO START SOON, MANAGER REPORTS 9
October 25, 1956 CHAMBER DECIDES TO MAKE STUDY ON MANAGER COST 6
October 25, 1956 BELLEVUE FROWNS ON HOUGHTON'S NORTHUP MOVE 1
October 25, 1956 FAMED NEGRO CHOIR TO SING IN KIRKLAND 14
October 25, 1956 EGG BARRAGE ENDS DANCE; DISC JOCKEY JEST BACKFIRES 1
October 25, 1956 CITY BOOSTS METER FEE, NICKEL FINE 1
October 25, 1956 KIWANIANS COOK UP FOUR HALLOWE'EN PARTIES FOR LOCAL YOUNGSTERS 1
October 25, 1956 TWO BUILDINGS GOING UP ON REZONED LAND 1
October 25, 1956 PURCHASE OF BEACH PROPERTY IS ASKED BY PARK OFFICIALS 9
October 25, 1956 HUDSON, HARRY J 5
October 25, 1956 PRITCHARD, FLORENCE 5
October 25, 1956 AL LELAND, VERNON SMITH TEAM UP IN RACE FOR 46TH DISTRICT POSITION 10
October 25, 1956 FAMED NEGRO CHOIR TO SING IN KIRKLAND 14
October 25, 1956 LOYER ELECTED TO DIRECT NEW MINISTER GROUP 14
October 25, 1956 'MARTIN LUTHER' FILM SCHEDULED 14
October 25, 1956 STATE GOOD ROADS GROUP OPPOSES PARALLEL BRIDGE 1
October 25, 1956 MARILYN GRACE TODD, DAVID LEE BOWEN 13
November 1, 1956 EAST SIDE CORPORATION BUYS KIRKLAND HOSPITAL 1
November 1, 1956 $975,000 BOND ISSUE PASSAGE DEEMED URGENT 1
November 1, 1956 SCHOOL DIRECTOR PRESSURE CLAIM REFUTED LOCALLY 1
November 1, 1956 SCHOOL DISTRICT ANXIOUS TO GET FOREIGN TEACHER 9
November 1, 1956 UNIQUE HIGH SCHOOL HONORS COURSE OFFERS CHALLENGE TO TOP STUDENTS 13
November 1, 1956 MAGICIAN PAUL EATON TOPS TALENT FOR JUANITA PTA CARNIVAL FRIDAY 18
November 1, 1956 CITY'S REPAIR WORK IS DIVIDED 6
November 1, 1956 EAGLES LAUNCH DRIVE TO PROVIDE EAST SIDE FROGMAN RESCUE UNIT 2
November 1, 1956 EAST SIDE CORPORATION BUYS KIRKLAND HOSPITAL 1
November 1, 1956 HOUGHTON SEWER PLANS DELAYED 1
November 1, 1956 BOYS FIND MORTAR SHELL UNEXPLODED IN JUANITA FIELD 1
November 1, 1956 BOWEN, DAVID 8
November 1, 1956 PETERSON, ADOLPH 8
November 1, 1956 SIPILA, JOHN 8
November 1, 1956 VAUGHN, ROBERT 8
November 1, 1956 GOOD CITIZENS WILL VOTE IN ELECTION NEXT TUESDAY 1
November 1, 1956 SAMPLE BALLOT 14
November 1, 1956 EAST SIDE PLAN LEAVES LOOPHOLE FOR RETAINING OF SUBURBAN ZONES 2
November 1, 1956 CHANGE PARKING FOR GREYHOUND 1
November 1, 1956 PARKING LANES INSTALLED IN LOT 6
November 1, 1956 CHARLOTTE E THIM, WARREN O KING 16
November 8, 1956 OKINAWAN WIFE 'NO QUEEN FOR A DAY' MARIE DEWITT TELLS WOMAN'S CLUB 12
November 8, 1956 OUR TOWN (MCKIBBEN, ERNEST C JR) 2
November 8, 1956 SHOPPING CENTER GAINS SUPPORT 9
November 8, 1956 CHAMBER STUDIES PAID SECRETARY, BUDGET FOR 1957 7
November 8, 1956 DISTRICT SCHOOL BOND ISSUE WINS BY BIG MAJORITY 1
November 8, 1956 FOREIGN AND OUT-OF-STATE VISITORS OBSERVE STEWART SCHOOL PROGRAM 12
November 8, 1956 ELECTION DAY BAD ONE FOR HORSE, SEAGULL; BOTH MEET THEIR DEMISE 1
November 8, 1956 ROADS POOR, CITY POORER COUNCIL MAYOR AGREE 2
November 8, 1956 KIRKLAND'S HALLOWE'EN PARTIES PROVE BIG SUCCESS 6
November 8, 1956 MAYOR RENAMES LIBRARY HEAD 1
November 8, 1956 ANDERSON, BETTYMAE 1
November 8, 1956 KINGSLAND, JOHN 9
November 8, 1956 AL LELAND LEADS FOR LEGISLATURE, SMITH IS AHEAD 1
November 8, 1956 KIRKLAND VOTERS LIKE IKE, ROSELLINI 1
November 8, 1956 CITY REQUESTS MORE DETAILS ON 7TH STREET L.I.D. 1
November 8, 1956 COUNCIL GRANTS CURB EXTENSIONS 1
November 8, 1956 RUTS IN STATE STREET GET DEEPER AND DEEPER (PHOTO) 2
November 8, 1956 WITH ELECTION OVER REPORT ON SECOND BRIDGE IS ANTICIPATED 9
November 8, 1956 WRITER CHARGES BOTH KIRKLAND AND HOUGHTON WITH NEGLIGENCE 2
November 8, 1956 YOU CAN BLAST OFF TO BELLEVUE IN FOUR MINUTES 10
November 8, 1956 CHEER UP, STATISTICS PROVE LOTS OF PLACES ARE WETTER'N SEATTLE 10
November 8, 1956 VERNA STAPLES, LYLE VANDIVORT BLACK 13
November 15, 1956 AVONDALE FARMERS TURKEYS TO GRACE HAPPY FESTIVE BOARDS NEXT THURS 1
November 15, 1956 YORK FARM PROPRIETORS TO HONOR GOVERNMENT AGRICULTURAL EXPERTS 9
November 15, 1956 MR AND MRS HAAKON JENSEN PLAN OPEN HOUSE ON GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 1
November 15, 1956 OUR TOWN (HELLIWELL, GEORGE) 10
November 15, 1956 BROKERS PLEDGE HIGHER DUES FOR PAID DIRECTOR 2
November 15, 1956 PROTESTS LODGED AT ZONE HEARING HELD WEDNESDAY 1
November 15, 1956 LAUDS GERMAN SCHOOL DISCIPLINE BUT SAYS AMERICAN EDUCATION BEST 13
November 15, 1956 JAYCEES SEEKING CHRISTMAS TREE 1
November 15, 1956 MARINA PAVING CAUSES ROW; RESIDENTS QUESTION ZONING 1
November 15, 1956 NEARBY CITIZENS OBJECT TO BOAT STORAGE AND TO BIXBY'S PAVING LOT 2
November 15, 1956 SHOULD HOUGHTON SELL LAND TO BELLEVUE? COUNCIL CONSIDERS SOUTHERN 2
November 15, 1956 VALUABLE VIOLIN MISSING FROM KALYBABA HOME 1
November 15, 1956 FISH, HARRY I 6
November 15, 1956 HAIR-RAISING WIN OVER BELLEVUE GIVES LAKERS GRID CHAMPIONSHIP 4
November 15, 1956 BUS ROUTE CHANGE IN COUNCIL'S HANDS 2
November 15, 1956 ASK HIGHWAY COMMISSION HEAD TO HURRY BRIDGE RECOMMENDATION 6
November 15, 1956 FEDERAL MONIES WILL HELP 2-A, BUGGE SAYS HERE 1
November 15, 1956 INTERIM SEWAGE PLAN ESSENTIAL FOR EAST SIDE UNTIL SEWER TRUNK LIN 9
November 15, 1956 ARDIS GREEN, DANIEL A STACHLOWSKI 12
November 22, 1956 SEATTLEITE BUYS BUILDING FROM VERBARENDSE BOYS 1
November 22, 1956 MAP OUTLINES ZONING AREAS PRESCRIBED UNDER PROPOSED ORDINANCE 7
November 22, 1956 PROPOSE CHANGE IN ZONING PLAN; HEARING TONIGHT 1
November 22, 1956 JAYCEES PUT NEW SLANT ON CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS (PHOTO) 6
November 22, 1956 SANTA CLAUS, HOLIDAY DECORATIONS COMING TO KIRKLAND ON DEC 1 6
November 22, 1956 TRUSSED-UP TURKEYS DISAPPEAR FAST AS HOMEMAKERS PREPARE ANNUAL FE 1
November 22, 1956 HOUGHTON SETS 'BUFFER' ZONE AS COMPROMISE 1
November 22, 1956 MUNICIPAL SEWER PLAN PRESENTED TO HOUGHTON COUNCIL 5
November 22, 1956 LACK OF MONEY DELAYS REPAIR ON STATE STREET 1
November 22, 1956 SHIRLEY ROWLEY, WAYNE STOCKERT 3
November 29, 1956 SURPRISE PARTY FOR DICKERMANS ON ANNIVERSARY 12
November 29, 1956 OUR TOWN (COOLEY, ROBERT R) 10
November 29, 1956 OFFICE BUILDING OPENS ON MARKET 7
November 29, 1956 KIRKLAND WILL SAVE $3000 AT CEMETERY 7
November 29, 1956 ZONING CHANGES GENERALLY APPROVED, NEW SUGGESTIONS BEING CONSIDER 1
November 29, 1956 SCHOOLS GET MORE FEDERAL MONEY; ANNOUNCE $600,000 SALE OF BONDS 9
November 29, 1956 TIP-TOP PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM UNDERWAY AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 5
November 29, 1956 DELORES ANN COBERT, TERRY ANDERSON 12
November 29, 1956 GAYLE SPARKS, DONALD ARTHUR HAWKINS 13
November 29, 1956 HOUGHTON CONSIDERS PORTLAND FIRE TRUCK 9
November 29, 1956 SANTA WILL "DROP IN" SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1
November 29, 1956 HOUGHTON CONSIDERS PORTLAND FIRE TRUCK 9
November 29, 1956 OWNER CONTINUES CONTROVERSIAL MARINA WORK 1
November 29, 1956 JUANITANS HONOR IMPROVEMENT CLUBS PAST PRESIDENTS 10
November 29, 1956 POLICE CALLED OFF VIOLIN INVESTIGATION 6
November 29, 1956 LIBRARY WILL USE THIRD MORE SPACE 1
November 29, 1956 HAYES, W F 1
November 29, 1956 STAI, HANNAH 7
November 29, 1956 VINUP, CLARA M 1
November 29, 1956 PARKING CHANGE SET FOR BUSES 14
November 29, 1956 KIRKLAND-HOUGHTON ACCESS VIADUCT OPENED TO TRAFFIC (PHOTO) 1
November 29, 1956 SIDEWALK, CURB JOB COMPLETED; LAST OF L.I.D. 1
November 29, 1956 GAS MAINS TO BE INSTALLED HERE IN NEXT TWO MONTHS (MAP) 14
December 6, 1956 MODERN DECOR USED EFFECTIVELY IN CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM 13
December 6, 1956 WORK TO BEGIN ON NEW CHURCH (HOLY FAMILY) 1
December 6, 1956 SUNSET CITES KIRKLAND COUPLE'S REMODELED KITCHEN 14
December 6, 1956 BOTTEGA, ART SHOP IN THE COUNTRY, IS YOUNG COUPLE'S DREAM COME TRUE 8
December 6, 1956 FRIENDLINESS, GOOD SERVICE KEEPS OWNER OF WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE 5
December 6, 1956 TOURING THE SHOPS 13
December 6, 1956 CHAMBER MANAGER UP TO MEMBERS 2
December 6, 1956 CLARISSE STEFFAN, ROBERT BRETT 15
December 6, 1956 GRAVEL-PIT TABBY RESCUED FROM ATOP POWER POLE 1
December 6, 1956 COUNCIL CHANGES BUS, TAXI ZONES 1
December 6, 1956 COUNCIL OKEYS L.I.D. CONTRACT 1
December 6, 1956 'HOLD-UP' TESTS POLICE NETWORK 6
December 6, 1956 FITCH, CLARA 1
December 6, 1956 STORMS, MARY 15
December 6, 1956 HARLEM CLOWN FIVE PLAYS FLYBOYS TOMORROW NIGHT 4
December 6, 1956 COUNCIL CHANGES BUS, TAXI ZONES 1
December 6, 1956 FIRST SNOWFALL VEXES DRIVERS, DELAYS SCHOOLS 1
December 13, 1956 GOLDEN WEDDING OPEN HOUSE SET BY THE DANIELS (MR AND MRS ED 15
December 13, 1956 GLEN BROWNS WELCOME DAUGHTER FROM KOREA 1
December 13, 1956 ARCHITECT'S SKETCH OF HOLY FAMILY CHURCH, SCHOOL 8
December 13, 1956 NEW APARTMENTS PLANNED ON LAKE 8
December 13, 1956 TOURING THE SHOPS 9
December 13, 1956 EMERGENCY SCHOOL BUS SCHEDULES SET FOR SNOWSTORMS OR ICY ROADS 9
December 13, 1956 G SEDDIGH G, OF IRAN, TO VISIT KIRKLAND SCHOOLS FOR SIX WEEKS 8
December 13, 1956 POSTPONE REPORT ON CHERRY CREST BOUNDARY LINE 1
December 13, 1956 G SEDDIGH G, OF IRAN, TO VISIT KIRKLAND SCHOOLS FOR SIX WEEKS 8
December 13, 1956 INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS MAY ENTER ANY ONE OF SEVEN CATEGORIES IN 1956 13
December 13, 1956 SPECTACULAR CHRISTMAS SHIP DUE IN KIRKLAND FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21 2
December 13, 1956 HOUGHTON'S ZONING ACTION UNDER FIRE; COUNCIL TO STAND ON EARLIER 1
December 13, 1956 SEWER FINANCING TO BE STUDIED BY TOWN COUNCIL 5
December 13, 1956 PRESTON, OSCAR 13
December 13, 1956 SHULTS, RENA 16
December 13, 1956 BID OPENING SET FOR 2-A BRIDGE OVER 132ND STREET 9
December 13, 1956 TBA APPROVES EVERGREEN-MONTLAKE SPAN SITE 1
December 13, 1956 SEWER FINANCING TO BE STUDIED BY TOWN COUNCIL 5
December 13, 1956 WATER DISTRICT EXPAND SERVICE WITH BOND SALE 7
December 13, 1956 EMERGENCY SCHOOL BUS SCHEDULES SET FOR SNOWSTORMS OR ICY ROADS 9
December 13, 1956 LORETTA CHRISTIE-ANN BUNDY, ROY L JONASON 15
December 20, 1956 $31364 ASKED FOR SCHOOL SITE IN CHERRY CREST 1
December 20, 1956 PURCHASE OF ORGAN FOR HIGH SCHOOL TOP BUSINESS AT LW ALUM REUNION 13
December 20, 1956 REQUEST STATE APPROVAL ON HIGH SCHOOL ADDITION 5
December 20, 1956 TOURING THE SHOPS 9
December 20, 1956 BUS DRIVER REMOVES GIRL TRAPPED IN "DITCHED" CAR 1
December 20, 1956 PATRICIA JOANN BROWN, BRUCE DUNCAN MCDONALD 15
December 20, 1956 NORDQUIST FIRE DAMAGES $20000 1
December 20, 1956 CONTRACTS LET BY CITY FOR '57 SERVICES 2
December 20, 1956 COUNCIL OKEYS PURCHASE PLAN 2
December 20, 1956 STREET PROJECT LAWSUIT ROUGH ON CITY COFFERS 1
December 20, 1956 KIRKLAND GETS SAFETY AWARD; DUE FOR REPEAT 13
December 20, 1956 JIMMY MITCHELL'S KIRKLAND ELEVEN OF 1939 PRETTY FAIR COUNTRY CLUB 4
December 20, 1956 HOUGHTON LAKEFRONT RESIDENT ASKS COUNCIL TO PRESERVE OLD ZONING L 9
December 20, 1956 LAKE LOW FOR DOCK, BULKHEAD REPAIRS 9
December 20, 1956 HAYS, MARGARET 2
December 20, 1956 JOHANNESEN, JOHN 16
December 20, 1956 MOULTON, JAMES 9
December 20, 1956 MUNSON, AGNES B 2
December 20, 1956 JIMMY MITCHELL'S KIRKLAND ELEVEN OF 1939 PRETTY FAIR COUNTRY CLUB 4
December 20, 1956 BRIDGE LOCATION GAINS SUPPORT OF LOCAL GROUPS 1
December 20, 1956 STREET PROJECT LAWSUIT ROUGH ON CITY COFFERS 1
December 20, 1956 LATE BUSES ON EMERGENCY SETUP; SHORT ROUTE ON LIMITED SCHEDULE 13
December 20, 1956 CAROLE RYDEEN, JACK D NEAL 15
December 20, 1956 GLORIA BROCK, CLARENCE STONE 14
December 27, 1956 STEWART SCHOOL SHOWS UNUSUAL HOLIDAY TRIMS 4
December 27, 1956 TWO-MANUAL ORGAN BOUGHT BY MEMBERS OF JUANITA CHURCH 8
December 27, 1956 NICK-OF-TIME RESCUERS REVIVE ARIEL JOHNSON, OVERCOME BY MONOXIDE 1
December 27, 1956 LIVELY SCHOOL BOUNDARY ARGUMENT 2
December 27, 1956 PICK COMMITTEE TO STUDY LATEST HOSPITAL PLAN 7
December 27, 1956 CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS ON DISPLAY FROM HOUGHTON TO DENNY PA 1
December 27, 1956 CLICK'S MARKET REPORTS THEFT 1
December 27, 1956 CLARKE, CLARENCE 1
December 27, 1956 BIDS OUT ON NEW $290,000 2-A LINK 1
December 27, 1956 CAROL KOHLER, HAROLD LEONARD 8
December 27, 1956 DONNA JEAN WALLACE, EMIL D BULYCA 8
January 3, 1957 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 5
January 3, 1957 EIGHT POUND BOY WINS BABY DERBY FOR H OTTOSENS 1
January 3, 1957 BUILDING TOTALS ALMOST $700,000 HERE DURING 1956 2
January 3, 1957 BUILDING SALES TOTAL $300,000 IN BUSINESS AREA 1
January 3, 1957 KNIFE ACCIDENT DULLS CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR KIDS (SEARLE, DICK) 1
January 3, 1957 UW FACULTY MEMBER KILLED IN PLANE CRASH (ROOT, CORNELIUS) 1
January 3, 1957 BUILDING SALES TOTAL $300,000 IN BUSINESS AREA 1
January 3, 1957 GERALD CRUEA NEW PRESIDENT CITY CHAMBER 5
January 3, 1957 CHRISTMAS BOX DONORS THANKED BY MRS BARRIE 11
January 3, 1957 MARCH OF DIMES DRIVE STARTS HERE THIS WEEK 1
January 3, 1957 BUILDING SALES TOTAL $300,000 IN BUSINESS AREA 1
January 3, 1957 BUILDING TOTALS ALMOST $700,000 HERE DURING 1956 2
January 3, 1957 LW ALUMS APPROVE ORGAN FUND, RE-ELECT JOHN GATES AS PRESIDENT 9
January 3, 1957 SHARON BURNS, JOHN E BOULANGER 10
January 3, 1957 JAYCEES WILL BURN TREES SUNDAY IN DEBRIS ROUNDUP 1
January 3, 1957 LEGAL COOPERATION AMONG CITIES, COUNTIES PROPOSED IN 'METRO' PLAN 9
January 3, 1957 OVERAGES IN STREET PROGRAM TABBED BIG STORY OF '56 BY EDITORS 7
January 3, 1957 CHRISTMAS LIGHTING CUPS AWARDED IN RECORD FIELD 1
January 3, 1957 TWO CARS STOLEN, POLICE NAB TWO BULB SNATCHERS 7
January 3, 1957 KEHN, EFFIE MAY 1
January 3, 1957 MARSH, KATHERINE 1
January 3, 1957 ROHRBACKER, MYRTLE L 1
January 3, 1957 ROOT, CORNELIUS 1
January 3, 1957 UNION OIL CO PICKS JOURNAL FOR ADVERTISING PROGRAM 9
January 10, 1957 MR AND MRS R A DAHL OBSERVE 40TH WEDDING DATE JANUARY 1 11
January 10, 1957 OUR TOWN (WILLIAMS, WALTER) 2
January 10, 1957 MERCHANTS START BARGAIN DAYS 1
January 10, 1957 NEW OWNERS SA6Y CAFE REMODELING TO COST $58000 (FLANE CAFE) 1
January 10, 1957 LITTLE KIRKLAND VICTIM OF POLIO BACKED FOR MARCH OF DIMES QUEEN 1
January 10, 1957 HIGH SCHOOL MUSICIANS' WINTER CONCERT TONIGHT 9
January 10, 1957 HOW GOOD ARE OUR SCHOOLS? MONDAY TOPIC FOR COUNCIL 2
January 10, 1957 PICTURE OF JOHN EISENHOWER FAMILY SENT TO KIRKLAND KINDERGARTEN 2
January 10, 1957 VISITING TEACHER COMES TO KIRKLAND FROM OPPOSITE SIDE OF WORLD 1
January 10, 1957 MENACE TO LAKE DISCUSSED BY WOMEN VOTERS 10
January 10, 1957 ROSE HILL BLAZE AWAKENS FIREMEN 8
January 10, 1957 CITY'S ECONOMY PROGRAM PAYING OFF 1
January 10, 1957 COUNCIL LEARNS TAXES DUE ON SOME CITY PARK LAND 8
January 10, 1957 HOW GOOD ARE OUR SCHOOLS? MONDAY TOPIC FOR COUNCIL 2
January 10, 1957 NEW ORDINANCE REGULATES (NATURAL) GAS 4
January 10, 1957 NUMEROUS CHANGES HERE IN PAST FEW YEARS ... (PHOTOS) 11
January 10, 1957 KIWANIANS TO IMPROVE CITY WATERFRONT PROPERTY 1
January 10, 1957 AUTOMOBILE GOODS TAKEN FROM GARAGE 5
January 10, 1957 BEECH, WALTER 1
January 10, 1957 FANNING, BARBARA B 5
January 10, 1957 THOMAS, DAVID 1
January 10, 1957 MORE THAN 2000 LIVING IN LAKE HILLS DISTRICT 9
January 10, 1957 COUNCIL LEARNS TAXES DUE ON SOME CITY PARK LAND 8
January 10, 1957 ROSE HILL BLAZE AWAKENS FIREMEN 8
January 10, 1957 MORE THAN 2000 LIVING IN LAKE HILLS DISTRICT 9
January 10, 1957 CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE BY STATE SHOWS EVERGREEN SITE BEST (BRIDGE) 1
January 10, 1957 EMERGENCY MEETING CALLED BY BRIDGE USERS 9
January 10, 1957 TWO ACCIDENTS BLAMED ON SNOW; 2-A 'BAD' - COREY 5
January 10, 1957 DELORES ANN COBERT, TERRANCE BALLARD ANDERSON 10
January 17, 1957 CHILDLESS KIRKLAND COUPLE GREEST ADOPTED KOREAN BOY (YOUNG, JOHN) 6
January 17, 1957 HEATING SERVICE HERE EXPANDED 6
January 17, 1957 NEW TRADEWELL FOOD STORE OPEN 6
January 17, 1957 CHAMBER OKEYS PAID SECRETARY 1
January 17, 1957 BUS DISCIPLINE DISCUSSED AT LAKEVIEW PTA 12
January 17, 1957 DICK DREWELOW NAMED KIRKLAND MAYOR - BUT IT'S ONLY FOR ONE DAY 5
January 17, 1957 REGISTRATION MONDAY AND TUESDAY FOR SPRING ADULT EDUCATION CLASS 8
January 17, 1957 GAIL ROCKEFELLER, WILHELM HEEB 11
January 17, 1957 KIRKLAND REPRESENTATIVE OFFERS VIEW ON MAIN ISSUES 6
January 17, 1957 CITY TO ROTATE VEHICLE REPAIRS AMONG GARAGES 6
January 17, 1957 RESERVE POLICEMEN SEEN FOR TOWN; BELLEVUE PLAN SPARKS SEWER HOPES 1
January 17, 1957 TOWN DECLARES BOAT HOIST IS PUBLIC NUISANCE 1
January 17, 1957 IBM ROOM, NEW 2ND FLOOR ADDED TO HEISDORF HATCHERY HERE (PHOTOS) 9
January 17, 1957 POLICE CASH BOX ROBBERY LAST YEAR STILL UNSOLVED 1
January 17, 1957 FERGUSON, ROBERT 6
January 17, 1957 GATES, LLOYD 1
January 17, 1957 HEPLER, MARY H 1
January 17, 1957 ROGERS, FLORA A 1
January 17, 1957 WICKHAM, CHARLES E 1
January 17, 1957 YMCA MEMBERSHIP GOAL IS $3000; DRIVE OPENS TODAY ON THE EAST SIDE 1
January 17, 1957 91-YEAR-OLD MAN BAPTIZED SATURDAY BY ADVENTISTS (MILES, HARRY F) 12
January 17, 1957 JUANITA CHURCH TO HEAR STORIES OF MISSIONARIES 12
January 17, 1957 TOWN DECLARES BOAT HOIST IS PUBLIC NUISANCE 1
January 17, 1957 BUSSES GETTING OLD FAST, DRIVES TELL COLLINS PTA 10
January 17, 1957 ADDITION TO 2-A CONTRACT OKEYED 1
January 17, 1957 CARS FALL IN HOLE ON LAKE ST SOUTH 5
January 17, 1957 SMITH, LELAND PLEDGE HELP FOR EVERGREEN SPAN 1
January 24, 1957 DRIFTWOOD ART IS UNIQUE HOBBY (PHILLIPS, L G) 10
January 24, 1957 OUR TOWN (BURNS, BILL) 2
January 24, 1957 MANY PROTEST COST OF GUTTER, DRAIN PROJECT 1
January 24, 1957 BEETLE BECOMES REX PART OWNER 5
January 24, 1957 VICTIM OF SUNDAY ACCIDENT BATTLING FOR HIS LIFE (KELLY, JAMES) 1
January 24, 1957 AVIATION HEAD VISITS KIRKLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT 12
January 24, 1957 PUPILS AND TEACHERS LIKE JUNIOR HIGH EXPERIMENT 11
January 24, 1957 SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS, PRINCIPALS HOLD JOINT DINNER AND DISCUSSION 7
January 24, 1957 KAREN ABBOTT, GARY JAMES 10
January 24, 1957 CITY CLEARS PARK PROPERTY TITLE, PAYS $500 PLUS $70 FOR TAXES 1
January 24, 1957 HUDDLESTON, WAITIEBELL 1
January 24, 1957 WERNER, BRAZIER E "BEN" 1
January 24, 1957 PARALLEL BRIDGE BILL PROPOSED 1
January 24, 1957 STATE EARMARKS $1,699,000 FOR LOCAL 2-A WORK 1
January 31, 1957 "JUST EARNING MONEY FOR UNIVERSITY" - MINK FARMER (ACTOR, JIM) 14
January 31, 1957 MRS FRETHEIM ENDS 20 YEARS WITH LW SCHOOL 11
January 31, 1957 OUR TOWN (FORBER, REV CHARLES) 10
January 31, 1957 ASSESSMENT BOOSTS UP 53% REVEALED AT MEET 1
January 31, 1957 FIRE GUTS GARAGE AT DAVIS RESIDENCE 5
January 31, 1957 NEW SMOKEHOUSE OPENED SATURDAY (SMOKEHOUSE TAVERN) 11
January 31, 1957 RESIDENT NAMED FURNITURE HEAD (ETHIER, GLEN) 8
January 31, 1957 ACCIDENT VICTIM'S MOTHER BELIEVES HE WILL RECOVER (KELLY, JIM) 1
January 31, 1957 MOTHERS MARCH TONIGHT TO END '57 POLIO DRIVE 1
January 31, 1957 CHOICE OF EVERGREEN SITE SPURTS EAST SIDE GROWTH 9
January 31, 1957 D PALMER HIRED BY SCHOOL BOARD 7
January 31, 1957 VISITING IRANIAN TEACHER CHARMS ROSE HILL PARENTS AND TEACHERS 12
January 31, 1957 CITY 'CLEAN-UP' THEME OF WEEK; BOOSTS SWEEPER 2
January 31, 1957 FIRE GUTS GARAGE AT DAVIS RESIDENCE 5
January 31, 1957 CITY 'CLEAN-UP' THEME OF WEEK; BOOSTS SWEEPER 2
January 31, 1957 COUNCIL TO HEAR FINAL ZONE PLAN AT NEXT MEETING 13
January 31, 1957 SALK VACCINE IMMUNIZATIONS SAVED DAY FOR KIM CONRAD, JUANITA BOY 9
January 31, 1957 COUNCILMAN HIT BY ENFORCEMENT HE ADVOCATED 1
January 31, 1957 POLICE CHIEF PLEASED BY LAD ANXIOUS TO PAY FOR BATTERY 9
January 31, 1957 TOWN ORDINANCE BRINGS LAWSUIT TO HOUGHTON (BIXBY MARINA HOIST) 1
January 31, 1957 YOUTH ARRESTED FOR BURGLARIES 6
January 31, 1957 ESTY, ARETUS 7
January 31, 1957 HEDWALL, HANSINE 7
January 31, 1957 LUND, MARTIN 7
January 31, 1957 ROGERS, MRS CLYDE 7
January 31, 1957 BELLEVUE PROPOSES NEARBY LAKEFRONT PARK (PLAN FOR YARROW BAY) 5
January 31, 1957 CHOICE OF EVERGREEN SITE SPURTS EAST SIDE GROWTH 9
January 31, 1957 BRIDGE GROUP COMMENDS PRIORITY GIVEN FREEWAY 2
January 31, 1957 BRIDGE HEARING SET NEXT WEDNESDAY 1
January 31, 1957 CHOICE OF EVERGREEN SITE SPURTS EAST SIDE GROWTH 9
January 31, 1957 LELAND CHARGES PARALLEL BRIDGE FULL OF "GOBBLY GOOK" 10
January 31, 1957 NORTH SITE WILL WIN, SAYS LELAND (BRIDGE) 1
January 31, 1957 TOP STATE OFFICIALS DUE HERE FEBRUARY 6 FOR VITAL ROADS PARLEY 9
January 31, 1957 SKATING ENJOYED ON LAKE KIRKLAND (PHOTO) 1
January 31, 1957 TRUCKERS URGED TO AVOID TRAVELING CITY STREETS DURING THAW 2
February 7, 1957 RE-ELECT OFFICERS IN CITIZENS BANK 7
February 7, 1957 LOCAL LAD WINS BOY SCOUT AWARD (FITCH, WALTER "SKIP") 1
February 7, 1957 OUR TOWN (SANDS, LEWIS F) 10
February 7, 1957 BUILDING PERMITS TOTAL $31,500 7
February 7, 1957 FATHER'S QUICK THINKING SAVES FAMILY AND HOUSE (GARDNER, D B) 1
February 7, 1957 CHAMBER HIRES MILDRED WOODS 1
February 7, 1957 MARCH OF DIMES CALLED SUCCESS, CHAIRMEN THANK MOTHERS, WORKERS 9
February 7, 1957 CIVILIAN DEFENSE DISPERSAL PLAN BEING READIED 14
February 7, 1957 ROBERTA ELSON, GLEN GREER 12
February 7, 1957 SANDRA VAN NOY, JOHN B MOUW 12
February 7, 1957 GREATER LAKE POLLUTION VISIONED BY STATE GROUP 9
February 7, 1957 FATHER'S QUICK THINKING SAVES FAMILY AND HOUSE (GARDNER, D B) 1
February 7, 1957 REPRESENTATIVE LELAND HAS "LEG PULLED" BY FELLOW LAWMAKERS 8
February 7, 1957 CITY DEBT DOWN TO LOW $66000 1
February 7, 1957 CITY REJECTS BULK GASOLINE PURCHASE; QUESTIONS METRO PLAN 1
February 7, 1957 PLANNING MAP OKEYED BY CITY FOR ORDINANCE 1
February 7, 1957 LIBRARY GETS ITS FACE LIFTED, THANKS TO HOUGHTON TOWN COUNCIL 5
February 7, 1957 VETERAN POLICE OFFICER RESIGNS (BELL, PAUL) 1
February 7, 1957 LIBRARY GETS ITS FACE LIFTED, THANKS TO HOUGHTON TOWN COUNCIL 5
February 7, 1957 SPACE ADDED TO LIBRARY HERE 5
February 7, 1957 ANDERSON, CAPTAIN JAMES 1
February 7, 1957 BORTOLETTO, EVANGELINE 14
February 7, 1957 BOYS HAVE A 'REAL COOL' WEEKEND AT BOY SCOUT CAMP ON WHITE PASS 13
February 7, 1957 KIRKLAND BELIEVED TO BE HOME OF FIRST CUB SCOUT PACK IN THE USA 7
February 7, 1957 WINDOW DISPLAY, COURT OF HONOR MARK SCOUT BIRTHDAY FOR TROOP 13
February 7, 1957 KIRKLAND WOULD LIKE BOAT BASE; HOUGHTON, TOO (HYDROS) 1
February 7, 1957 LAKERS WIN TENTH STRAIGHT KINGCO CONTEST BY SQUEEZING PAST BELLEVUE 1
February 7, 1957 JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES TO MEET HERE FOR SEMI-ANNUAL BIBLE CONFERENCE 14
February 7, 1957 LUTHERAN SERIES UNDER DIRECTION OF TWO MINISTERS 14
February 7, 1957 KIRKLAND WOULD LIKE BOAT BASE; HOUGHTON, TOO (HYDROS) 1
February 7, 1957 BRIDGE HEARING ATTRACTS MANY 1
February 7, 1957 CITY FILLS RUTS ON LAKE STREET 7
February 7, 1957 HARRIET SUTHERLAND, JESUS H VILLALVA 12
February 14, 1957 OUR TOWN (HANCOCK, MR AND MRS JOHN) 10
February 14, 1957 OPENING OF RENOVATED FLAME RESTAURANT DELAYED TWO WEEKS BY FREEZE 9
February 14, 1957 RECORDS TO TYPE, LETTERS TO ANSWER, ... (WOODS, MILDRED) 6
February 14, 1957 KIDS' FRIEND OF THE YEAR TO BE NAMED SATURDAY 1
February 14, 1957 R B MCKELVEY TAKES CD POST 7
February 14, 1957 CENTRAL GRADE SCHOOL CHORUS TO GIVE FIRST CONCERT AT PTA MEETING 9
February 14, 1957 BRIDGE, CITY PARK, RETARDED CHILDREN PROBLEMS HELP KEEP LELAND O 7
February 14, 1957 MAYOR ACCEPTS MILLAR'S RESIGNATION RELUCTANTLY (PLANNING COMMISSION) 7
February 14, 1957 MAYOR, COUNCIL STUDYING METRO FINANCIAL EFFECT 1
February 14, 1957 COUNCIL FROWNS ON BELLEVUE ANNEXING LAND (YARROW BAY) 1
February 14, 1957 HOUGHTON COUNCIL HEARS REPLIES FROM ALLEGED ZONING VIOLATORS 2
February 14, 1957 SEATTLE DOOR FIRM BUYS ACME MILLWORK COMPANY 1
February 14, 1957 180 POUNDS MEAT REPORTED STOLEN 1
February 14, 1957 AUTO HUBCAPS, TIRES, LICENSES REPORTED STOLEN 1
February 14, 1957 YOUTHS NABBED FOR SHOPLIFTING 1
February 14, 1957 NATIONAL GUARD UNIT ON ROSE HILL TO TAKE PART IN RECRUITING DRIVE 7
February 14, 1957 ANDERSON, ERIK 6
February 14, 1957 BOYD, BLANCHE ELLIS 7
February 14, 1957 DALZIEL, ALEXANDER 5
February 14, 1957 KELLY, JIM 1
February 14, 1957 SCOTT, JESSE 6
February 14, 1957 VAIL, CHARLES 5
February 14, 1957 KANGS' WINNING STREAK SNAPPED 1
February 14, 1957 ARTHUR HARGREAVE APPOINTED TO CITY PARK BOARD 6
February 14, 1957 NATIONAL GUARD UNIT ON ROSE HILL TO TAKE PART IN RECRUITING DRIVE 7
February 14, 1957 LOCAL CAP SQUADRON GETS PLANE FOR WEEKLY OBSERVATION FLIGHTS 8
February 14, 1957 HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT ALLOCATES $300,000 FOR NEXT SECTION OF 2-A 9
February 14, 1957 NEED CONTINUED INTEREST AND ACTION ON BRIDGE ISSUE, REP LELAND 2
February 14, 1957 ROADS CHAIRMAN BACKS EVERGREEN 1
February 14, 1957 KAY ELIZABETH BARLOW, DELOS DARWIN RICHARDSON 11
February 21, 1957 SCHOOL SEEKS 20 ACRES IN PROJECT 1
February 21, 1957 JACK CLEMMONS' NEW SMOKEHOUSE IS FAR CRY FROM THE OLD STAND 11
February 21, 1957 NEW GARDEN STORE TO OPEN (BONNY BROOK NURSERY) 6
February 21, 1957 GERRY BAILEY VOTED KIDS' FRIEND AT FIFTH ANNUAL VFW BANQUET 1
February 21, 1957 BOARD MUM ON TEACHER PAY INCREASE 1
February 21, 1957 NORKIRK KIDS GET SET FOR "APPLE FOR TEACHER" WEEK 1
February 21, 1957 HOLES PICKED IN METRO PLAN 2
February 21, 1957 METRO PLAN, GIVEN GOOD CHANCE IN OLYMPIA, VETOED HERE 1
February 21, 1957 HOT TIME IN JUANITA SATURDAY EVE, VOLUNTEER FIREMAN SLATE DANCE 6
February 21, 1957 ROSE HILL AAA BATTALION TO HOST VISITORS SUNDAY 12
February 21, 1957 HEDSTROM, FELIX 6
February 21, 1957 REITZE, IRWIN 1
February 21, 1957 SHOBERT, RICHARD A 1
February 21, 1957 WOOD, ROYAL H 6
February 21, 1957 ROSE HILL AAA BATTALION TO HOST VISITORS SUNDAY 12
February 21, 1957 HOUSE COMMITTEE ACTION PUTS END TO PARALLEL SITE 1
February 21, 1957 REP LELAND PREDICTS EARLY START ON SECOND SPAN AT EVERGREEN SITE 9
February 21, 1957 PATSY ANNE DALTON, JOHN EDWARD ELLIS 11
February 28, 1957 MARGARET LARSON WILL BE SOLOIST 2
February 28, 1957 OUR TOWN (ETHIER, GLEN EVAN) 2
February 28, 1957 LOCAL BUILDING TOTALS $39,350 4
February 28, 1957 PLANS FOR NEW $18000 GAS STATION APPROVED BY CITY COUNCIL 9
February 28, 1957 LETTER TO THE EDITOR - CHANGE KIRKLAND TO LAKE WASHINGTON CITY 2
February 28, 1957 MAY LOSE GOOD TEACHERS DUE TO SALARY SCHEDULE 1
February 28, 1957 TRIBUTE PAID GEORGE WASHINGTON IN HIGH SCHOOL MEMORIAL ASSEMBLY 5
February 28, 1957 COUNCIL STATES MAIN OBJECTIONS TO METRO 2
February 28, 1957 OLD AGE ASSISTANCE BUREAU TO CLOSE KIRKLAND OFFICE 1
February 28, 1957 REP LELAND'S PROGRAM VARIES DURING WEEK AT STATE CAPITOL 6
February 28, 1957 PLANS FOR NEW $18000 GAS STATION APPROVED BY CITY COUNCIL 9
February 28, 1957 FREE POLIO SHOTS TO BE GIVEN HERE 1
February 28, 1957 MOTHER OF TWO-YEAR OLD TOLD THAT ABANDONED WELL WILL BE CAPPED 1
February 28, 1957 HOUGHTON ZONING PLAN PRESENTED 4
February 28, 1957 FISK, RAYMOND 5
February 28, 1957 PERKINS, ROSCOE 1
February 28, 1957 RAUTENBERG, HELEN LOUISE 2
February 28, 1957 NEW SCOUT TROOP TO BE DISCUSSED AT MONDAY MEET 7
February 28, 1957 CITIZENS SPONSOR MOVE TO RELEASE SITE FOR PARK (YARROW BAY) 1
February 28, 1957 CIVIC CELEBRATION PLANNED FOR DAY BRIDGE BILL SIGNED 7
February 28, 1957 LELAND PREDICTS BRIDGE BILL MAY HAVE DIFFICULTY PASSING SENATE 1
February 28, 1957 WEEK-END RAINFALL OVER THREE INCHES; FLOODS BUILDINGS 1
February 28, 1957 JANET GLORIA SCHWARZ, RICHARD SAVISKY 8
February 28, 1957 M'LOU REED, ROBERT DALE STOUT 9
March 7, 1957 ONE'S AWAKE, THE OTHER'S ASLEEP; TWINS DISAGREE ... (CHRISTIE) 9
March 7, 1957 STREET CONDITION HOLDS UP HOUSE MOVING (PHOTO) 1
March 7, 1957 METRO PLAN GETS CHAMBER HELP 1
March 7, 1957 NEARLY $3900 RAISED IN KIRKLAND THROUGH MARCH OF DIMES CAMPAIGN 2
March 7, 1957 ABSENTEE RATE HIGH LAST WEEK 9
March 7, 1957 MERIT PAY FOR TEACHERS ASKED 1
March 7, 1957 STEWART SCHOOL SPECIALISTS MEET 6
March 7, 1957 TWO SCHOOL MEN HIT COMPULSORY DRIVER TRAINING 1
March 7, 1957 MILDRED SORENSEN, DALE WARD 11
March 7, 1957 QUEEN JANICE WILL REIGN AS MISS STARDUST OF '57 (PETERSEN) 10
March 7, 1957 CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF METRO PLAN NOT ACCEPTABLE - HESS 1
March 7, 1957 METRO PLAN GETS CHAMBER HELP 1
March 7, 1957 ED KELLY IS NEW POLICE PATROLMAN 1
March 7, 1957 MILLER RESIDENCE BURGLARY SOLVED 11
March 7, 1957 POLICE REPORT SHOWS 68 JUVENILES AND 12 ADULTS ARRESTED IN 1956 1
March 7, 1957 TAYLOR, CHARLES 1
March 7, 1957 GREATER KIRKLAND ELECTS DONOGHUE FOR PRESIDENT 9
March 7, 1957 GARDEN AND REAL ESTATE COLUMNS START THIS ISSUE 1
March 7, 1957 REAL ESTATE NEWS 6
March 7, 1957 PARK PURCHASE NO SURE THING (YARROW BAY) 1
March 7, 1957 JOINT MEETING OF SPAN GROUPS SET 1
March 7, 1957 SAND POINT SITE STILL IN RUMOR MILL (BRIDGE) 1
March 7, 1957 SIDEWALK COSTS PROTESTED BY PROPERTY OWNERS 1
March 7, 1957 PHONE COMPANY ALLOTS $50000 FOR WORK HERE 9
March 14, 1957 JAYNE'S DRAPERY - NEW LOCATION 7
March 14, 1957 SILVER WEDDING, TWO BIRTHDAYS FOR C BAILEYS 10
March 14, 1957 BAND MEMBERS TUNE UP (PHOTO OF JOHNSON, DOROTHY) 2
March 14, 1957 EX-ROSE HILL BOY LEADS DARRINGTON TO B TITLE (SIMMONS, VERNE) 4
March 14, 1957 JAMES FAMILY VISITS REV BOB RICHARDS (OLYMPIC POLE-VAULTER) 1
March 14, 1957 OUR TOWN (WARREN, LEONARD) 2
March 14, 1957 PROPERTY OWNERS CAP RURAL WELL 5
March 14, 1957 SALE OF EAST SIDE MUSIC CENTER CASE OF GOOD PEOPLE REPLACING GOOD 1
March 14, 1957 ONE-DAY CHAMBER PUSH NETS $1350 IN DUES 1
March 14, 1957 CIVIL DEFENSE HEADS TO PLAN DISPERSAL FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT 6
March 14, 1957 50 LAKE WASHINGTON MUSIC STUDENTS PERFORM WELL IN AREA COMPETITION 12
March 14, 1957 BOARD MEMBER DECLARES LEGISLATIVE ACTION VITAL IN PAY BOOST REQUEST 2
March 14, 1957 SALARY SCHEDULE PROPOSED BY TEACHERS IN LINE, CHAIRMAN STATES 2
March 14, 1957 WORKSHOP MARCH 23 TO ENCOURAGE TEENAGE GIRLS TO ATTEND COLLEGE 11
March 14, 1957 MILDRED LOUISE LIND, STANLEY HULSE 11
March 14, 1957 LAKE WASHINGTON SINGERS SCHEDULE 'VERSATILE' PROGRAM NEXT TUESDAY 10
March 14, 1957 HOUGHTON BUYS NEW FIRE ENGINE AND STREET TRUCK 5
March 14, 1957 METRO BILL PASSED BY LEGISLATURE 1
March 14, 1957 OPERATION LOLLIPOP; SALK PROGRAM BRINGS TEARS - 3000 ARE 'SHOT' 9
March 14, 1957 ALL YE SHAMROCKS! IT'S TIME TO BE CELEBRATIN' ST PATS 1
March 14, 1957 HOUGHTON BUYS NEW FIRE ENGINE AND STREET TRUCK 5
March 14, 1957 PARKING IN ALLEY ILLEGAL, MOTORISTS WARNED BY POLICE 1
March 14, 1957 MCKINSTRY, EVELYN 2
March 14, 1957 MILLER, DEWEY 1
March 14, 1957 ROTTER, CLARA 2
March 14, 1957 CAMP FIRE GIRLS NOTE BIRTHDAY 12
March 14, 1957 SCOUT LEADERS CITED AT AREA TRAINING MEET 12
March 14, 1957 REAL ESTATE NEWS 7
March 14, 1957 EX-ROSE HILL BOY LEADS DARRINGTON TO B TITLE (SIMMONS, VERNE) 4
March 14, 1957 BELLEVUE REJECTS RESOLUTION TO BUY YARROW SITE 1
March 14, 1957 $86000 RAISED BY CONGREGATIONALISTS FOR CHURCH PROGRAM 12
March 14, 1957 CITY'S POPULATION CERTIFIED AT 5800 1
March 14, 1957 ROAD, ABANDONED BY STATE SINCE 1945, BACK IN SYSTEM (BOTHELL-EVER 1
March 14, 1957 SENATE PASSES SECOND BRIDGE BILL; HAILED AS GREAT EAST SIDE VICTORY 1
March 21, 1957 FLAME STEAK HOUSE - GRAND OPENING 7
March 21, 1957 BUFFET DINNER DENOTES GOLDEN WEDDING FOR OSCAR A STORAASLIS 12
March 21, 1957 CRUEA LEAVES NBC POST FOR HEISDORF JOB (CRUEA, GERALD) 1
March 21, 1957 CRUEA LEAVES NBC POST FOR HEISDORF JOB (CRUEA, GERALD) 1
March 21, 1957 PROGRESS REPORT ON HOLY FAMILY CHURCH AND SCHOOL 1
March 21, 1957 REMODELING COST ESTIMATED FOR LARGER QUARTERS 1
March 21, 1957 OLD LOG HOUSE BOWS TO PROGRESS; MAKES WAY FOR RANCH-STYLE HOMES 2
March 21, 1957 PROGRESS REPORT ON HOLY FAMILY CHURCH AND SCHOOL 1
March 21, 1957 OLD LOG HOUSE BOWS TO PROGRESS; MAKES WAY FOR RANCH-STYLE HOMES 2
March 21, 1957 FLAME STEAK HOUSE "SWANK" FROM PATIO TO PALETTE ROOM 1
March 21, 1957 ICE CREAM SHOP TO OPEN TODAY 1
March 21, 1957 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEEDS MORE BOOSTERS AND LESS NEGATIVE THINKER 10
March 21, 1957 ARMY BRASS HERE ON DUAL MISSION (REDMOND NIKE SITE) 1
March 21, 1957 CITY ADOPTS ZONING CODE AND MAP; ANNEXES LAND BEHIND CIVIC CENTER 1
March 21, 1957 ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM MAY BE MOVED TO STEWART HEIGHTS LOCATION 1
March 21, 1957 COLLEGE LIFE TO BE EYED SATURDAY AT WORKSHOP FOR GIRLS, PARENTS 13
March 21, 1957 STUDENTS IN CITY GOVERNMENT HERE SET FOR CHANNEL 9 VIEWING MONDAY 6
March 21, 1957 JUANITA DORCAS CIRCLE SHOWERS SEVEN JAPANESE CHRISTIAN STUDENTS 14
March 21, 1957 OLD LOG HOUSE BOWS TO PROGRESS; MAKES WAY FOR RANCH-STYLE HOMES 2
March 21, 1957 HEARING CALLED ON ANNEXATION 1
March 21, 1957 ARMY BRASS HERE ON DUAL MISSION (REDMOND NIKE SITE) 1
March 21, 1957 SCHURLE, CHRISTIAN J 1
March 21, 1957 TAYLOR, LYDA 9
March 21, 1957 POST OFFICE SEEKS SUBSTITUTE CLERK 1
March 21, 1957 REAL ESTATE NEWS 10
March 21, 1957 SWIMMING POOL, YMCA BUILDING STUDIED HERE 1
March 21, 1957 MAP SHOWS DIVISION OF KIRKLAND LITTLE LEAGUE 5
March 21, 1957 LELAND SAYS WAY CLEAR FOR BRIDGE AT EVERGREEN 1
March 21, 1957 BARBARA ANDERSON, JACK WIMER 12
March 28, 1957 GARDENER'S BLUE RIBBONS GOOD EXAMPLE FOR CUSTOMERS (KEIFFER, ROY) 7
March 28, 1957 AMERICAN VIOLINIST ROBERT RUDIE IN CONCERT HERE TUESDAY EVENING 7
March 28, 1957 COURTNEY NAMED NBC'S KIRKLAND BRANCH MANAGER 1
March 28, 1957 OUR TOWN (LOYER, CHARLES) 1
March 28, 1957 ADDITIONAL SCHOOL SITES ARE SOUGHT 7
March 28, 1957 $500,000 HOUSING PROJECT FOR NIKE SITE PERSONNEL DEDICATED 1
March 28, 1957 OPENING DAY AT KIRKLAND'S NEWEST RESTAURANT (PHOTO INSIDE FLAME) 7
March 28, 1957 COMPETITION, "BEEFS" HAMPER LOCAL CHAMBER'S EFFORTS 2
March 28, 1957 PARKING METERS DUE FOR AIRING 1
March 28, 1957 ADVENTIST SCHOOL TO BE INCREASED TO TEN GRADES 12
March 28, 1957 BAND BOOSTER CONCERT THIS EVENING FEATURES 223 DISTRICT YOUNGSTER 1
March 28, 1957 L.W. SINGERS 'COME OF AGE' SAYS REVIEWER 10
March 28, 1957 MAGIC SET FOR 'FUN NIGHT' 11
March 28, 1957 FOUL PLAY HINTED IN LOCAL MAN'S DEATH (LYMAN, ARTHUR E) 1
March 28, 1957 $500,000 HOUSING PROJECT FOR NIKE SITE PERSONNEL DEDICATED 1
March 28, 1957 EARLY DECISION 'IMPOSSIBLE' ON PARK SITE - ODELL ( YARROW BAY) 1
March 28, 1957 GOVERNOR SIGNS BRIDGE BILL 1
March 28, 1957 METER READER'S MISTAKE CAUSES HIGH LIGHT BILLS 2
March 28, 1957 JEANNE JOLLYMORE, FERN ALEXANDER 10
April 4, 1957 GREEN'S FUNERAL HOME - 21ST ANNIVERSARY 7
April 4, 1957 LOCAL CHICKS OFF TO NEW YORK, THEN TO BELGIUM 1
April 4, 1957 KIRKLAND TRAVELER BACK IN TOWN (BOOKWALTER, EARL) 8
April 4, 1957 HOUGHTON TO CONSIDER ANNEXING BRIDLE TRAILS 1
April 4, 1957 NEW APARTMENT BEGUN ON LAKE STREET 2
April 4, 1957 GREEN'S FUNERAL HOME IS NOW 21 2
April 4, 1957 WHAT WOULD BE TOWN WITHOUT GOO OLD-FASHIONED SODA FOUNTAIN 13
April 4, 1957 MERCHANTS SHOULD DISPLAY DECALS DEPICTING CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP 2
April 4, 1957 NEW PAYROLLS FOR KIRKLAND PLANNED 2
April 4, 1957 OLSON APPOINTED CHAMBER LEADER 1
April 4, 1957 CANCER EDUCATION AND MEMBERSHIP DRIVE STARTS MONDAY 9
April 4, 1957 MAY SLICE SCHOOL TAX, BOARD SAYS 1
April 4, 1957 THREE INSTRUCTORS HIRED BY SYSTEM 1
April 4, 1957 JUDITH GREENE, RICHARD JOHNSON 13
April 4, 1957 WYSE DEFENDS TREE-TOPPING (JUANITA BEACH) 11
April 4, 1957 CITY COUNCIL ASKS 5-MILL LEVY, UTILITIES TAX 1
April 4, 1957 HOUGHTON TO CONSIDER ANNEXING BRIDLE TRAILS 1
April 4, 1957 WYSE DEFENDS TREE-TOPPING (JUANITA BEACH) 11
April 4, 1957 FOOD LANE HIT BY $980 THEFT 1
April 4, 1957 POLICE SEEK AERIAL FROM SUSPECT CAR 1
April 4, 1957 BRATT, ANNA C 2
April 4, 1957 INGERSON, RALPH 14
April 4, 1957 KEMP, ARTHUR 14
April 4, 1957 LUKENS, RICHARD 1
April 4, 1957 MORRIS, IRMA S 13
April 4, 1957 MOSSMAN, MAUDE 14
April 4, 1957 SHERWOOD, ARTHUR GORDON 2
April 4, 1957 FASHION SHOW PLEASANT 'FIRST' FOR JAYCEE WIVES 11
April 4, 1957 WYSE DEFENDS TREE-TOPPING (JUANITA BEACH) 11
April 4, 1957 AID TO BRIDGE SEEN IN SENATE BILL 352 1
April 4, 1957 PETITIONS FOR BRIDGE 1
April 4, 1957 WEATHER DELAYS 2-A COMPLETION 2
April 4, 1957 WEATHER DELAYS 2-A COMPLETION 2
April 4, 1957 YOUNGSTERS LIVING WITHIN MILE OF SCHOOL MAY WALK INSTEAD OF RIDE 1
April 11, 1957 MILLERS OBSERVE SILVER WEDDING (MILLER, MR AND MRS BLAINE) 12
April 11, 1957 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KIRKLAND 11
April 11, 1957 NO BROADLOOM RUGS FOR MRS OLSEN (OLSEN, MRS BOB) 11
April 11, 1957 OUR TOWN (SHERWOOD, KENNETH KYLER) 10
April 11, 1957 HOUGHTON TAKES BRIDLE TRAILS; STOPS BELLEVUE 1
April 11, 1957 HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA, CHORUSES WIN SUPERIOR, EXCELLENT RATINGS 9
April 11, 1957 PRINCIPAL NAMES TOP 10 SCHOLARS (PHOTOS) 5
April 11, 1957 PROPOSED TEXTBOOKS ON DISPLAY AT SCHOOLS FOR PUBLIC'S BENEFIT 12
April 11, 1957 REDUCTION SEEN IN SCHOOL TAX REQUEST FOR '58 1
April 11, 1957 BARBARA ADELE BOUCHELLE, CARL A GRONDONA 13
April 11, 1957 DONNA MAE SCOTVOLD, DAVID OATFIELD 13
April 11, 1957 10TH ANNUAL PRIMROSE SHOW OPENS AT CIVIC CENTER HERE NEXT WEEK 7
April 11, 1957 STREET ELECTION SET FOR MAY 28 1
April 11, 1957 THE "K" STANDS FOR KIRKLAND (PHOTO OF FIRST BASEBALL TEAM) 4
April 11, 1957 HOUGHTON TAKES BRIDLE TRAILS; STOPS BELLEVUE 1
April 11, 1957 CITY'S LAWSUIT AGAINST JUNKYARD IN SECOND DAY 2
April 11, 1957 GREETAN REDUCED TO PATROLMAN 1
April 11, 1957 MARKED HUBCAPS WILL AID RETURN 2
April 11, 1957 POLICE AWAITING REPORT FROM LAB (HIT-RUN CASE) 2
April 11, 1957 BOUCHARD, ERNEST 14
April 11, 1957 JONDALL, JULIA 14
April 11, 1957 LINDQUIST, HARRY R 14
April 11, 1957 HUDSON HEADS EAGLE LODGE 1
April 11, 1957 POST OFFICE TO CUT CERTAIN SERVICES HERE BEGINNING THIS SATURDAY 9
April 11, 1957 THE "K" STANDS FOR KIRKLAND (PHOTO OF FIRST BASEBALL TEAM) 4
April 11, 1957 NAZARENE CHURCH EXPECTS 150 GUESTS NEXT WEEK FOR 3-DAY CONVENTION 14
April 11, 1957 EVERGREEN SPAN BACKERS MEETING WITH MAYOR CLINTON THIS MORNING 1
April 11, 1957 PLANS PROPOSED TO AID KIRKLAND TRAFFIC PROBLEM 1
April 11, 1957 STREET ELECTION SET FOR MAY 28 1
April 11, 1957 WHERE DO EAST SIDERS WANT BRIDGE? 1
April 18, 1957 NO LEVY SOUGHT FOR SCHOOL BUS 10
April 18, 1957 SCHOOL BUDGET NOW $1,861,016 - COPIES AVAILABLE 2
April 18, 1957 HALLENE GILES, TOM CONOVER 12
April 18, 1957 LEE ANN VOGEL, DON WELLS 13
April 18, 1957 BAND AND FLOAT WILL GO TO APPLE BLOSSOM FETE 9
April 18, 1957 PRIMROSE PANORAMA FRIDAY TO SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS EASTER WEEKEND 6
April 18, 1957 NEW TRUCK FOR HOUGHTON FIREFIGHTERS (PHOTO) 9
April 18, 1957 CITY APPROVES NEW TAX, LEVY 1
April 18, 1957 LAKE STREET METERS AND ALL-DAY PARKING OKEYED BY COUNCIL 2
April 18, 1957 MORE SEEK TO JOIN HOUGHTON 9
April 18, 1957 NEW TRUCK FOR HOUGHTON FIREFIGHTERS (PHOTO) 9
April 18, 1957 TOWN CITIZENS GET ANOTHER MONTH TO STOP DEANNEXATION ELECTION 9
April 18, 1957 AUTO WRECKING YARD ELIMINATED BY COURT ORDER 1
April 18, 1957 GREETAN BALKS AT BEING 'BROKEN' TO POLICE DEPARTMENT PATROLMAN 1
April 18, 1957 POLICE FIND CAR STOLEN IN RENTON 5
April 18, 1957 GOUYD, HOWARD CHARLES 1
April 18, 1957 LUTHER, OTTO L 2
April 18, 1957 ROBERTS, C HARRY 2
April 18, 1957 SPECIAL EASTER SERVICES SET BY LOCAL CHURCHES 1
April 18, 1957 91% OF EAST SIDERS FAVOR EVERGREEN, SURVEY SHOWS 1
April 18, 1957 SEATTLEITES ALSO APPROVE EVERGREEN-MONTLAKE SITE 1
April 18, 1957 VOTER THREATENS COURT SUIT ON NEW UTILITY TAX 1
April 25, 1957 SISTER OF LW TRACK AND FIELD STARS ... (WHATLEY, AGATHA) 10
April 25, 1957 HEYER, SIMPSON, REDMOND NURSING HOMES SET OPEN HOUSE ON MAY 5 1
April 25, 1957 LIGHTNING WREAKS HAVOC AT CURTIS HOME ON 63RD ST 1
April 25, 1957 MARCH OF DIMES HEAD LAUDS LOCAL DRIVE; TOTAL $345 OVER LAST YEAR 11
April 25, 1957 COOKING SCHOOL COMING MAY 14 AT CIVIC CENTER 1
April 25, 1957 SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT MORTON JOHNSON GIVEN 3-YEAR CONTRACT $12000 1
April 25, 1957 TEACHER PAY BOOST, COMING LEVY ELECTION EXPLAINED BY SCHOOL HEAD 8
April 25, 1957 WILLARD HUDSON HIRED AS NEW BUS SUPERVISOR 1
April 25, 1957 B-B PELLET FINISHES VILLAINOUS CAREER OF BUSHY RODENT 1
April 25, 1957 PRIMROSE SHOW RATED SUCCESSFUL; B C PUTNAM SWEEPSTAKES WINNER 2
April 25, 1957 LAKEFRONT TO BE LEVELED, SEEDED 7
April 25, 1957 CAPT GREETAN 'STRIKES OUT'; REDUCTION IN GRADE TO STICK 1
April 25, 1957 EAGLE, AUGUSTA LOUISE 1
April 25, 1957 JEROME, ALICE 8
April 25, 1957 MARCHANT, CLARA 2
April 25, 1957 MOUNTAIN, JOHN 8
April 25, 1957 PENNINGTON, CHRISTINE 8
April 25, 1957 MEMBERSHIP GAINS, HARD WORK BEGIN TO SHOW FOR GREATER KIRKLAND 8
April 25, 1957 BALLOTS CONTINUE TO ROLL IN FAVORING SECOND SPAN AT EVERGREEN 1
April 25, 1957 GATE ON 'POWERLINE ROAD' CAUSES CONCERN IN TOWN 6
April 25, 1957 GOVERNOR ORDERS NEW SURVEYS ON EVERGREEN SITE 1
April 25, 1957 MAYOR WOULD TAKE STREETS EXPLANATION TO LOCAL CLUBS 1
April 25, 1957 LIGHTNING WREAKS HAVOC AT CURTIS HOME ON 63RD ST 1
April 25, 1957 ELSIE RUCKLES, THOMAS HUDEN 10
May 2, 1957 'KNOW YOUR BANK' WEEK PROCLAIMED MAY 5-11 5
May 2, 1957 EX-LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER GEORGE WEST RECALLS ALASKA DUTY IN EARLY DAY 13
May 2, 1957 OUR TOWN (DREWELOW, KENNETH R) 10
May 2, 1957 RETIREMENT DOESN'T MEAN BOREDOM FOR GUSTAFSONS, BUSY NEW CITIZENS 14
May 2, 1957 ATTRACTIVE NEW FIREPLACE FOR KIRKLAND BEACH HOUSE (ROSIN) 6
May 2, 1957 HEIGHTS LAND TO GO IN MAY ON BID BASIS 2
May 2, 1957 MERCHANTS URGE PARKING METER FEE REDUCTION 2
May 2, 1957 BOBBY RIFE, 6, CRITICALLY HURT IN BIKE ACCIDENT 1
May 2, 1957 PARENTS, FIREMEN & RESUSCITATOR HELP IN SAVING BOY (KESTNER) 1
May 2, 1957 ADULT PUPILS SURPRISE RUTH BRASS WITH APPRECIATION GIFT OF $250 2
May 2, 1957 LUCKY 'STUDENTS' WILL GET PRIZES AT COOK SCHOOL 1
May 2, 1957 SAUNDERS RESIGNS AS MEMBER OF LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL BOARD 1
May 2, 1957 TEEN-AGERS FORM INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION - WALL STREET, LOOK OUT! 8
May 2, 1957 THREE EAST SIDE MUSICAL CONCERTS SLATED THIS MONTH 12
May 2, 1957 KIRKLAND WATER CARNIVAL AUG 9 1
May 2, 1957 FIREMEN BUY NEW EQUIPMENT; THANK CITIZENS 1
May 2, 1957 FIVE CORNERS GIVES CHECK TO FIREMEN 9
May 2, 1957 MERCHANTS URGE PARKING METER FEE REDUCTION 2
May 2, 1957 COMMISSIONERS FRIENDLY TOWARD IDEA OF ADDITION TO BEACH HERE 1
May 2, 1957 COOL ON WALKING BEAT, EX-CAPT GREETAN QUITS 1
May 2, 1957 HANSEN, JENS 2
May 2, 1957 RISTOW, ELLA MAY 5
May 2, 1957 MAIL SCHEDULES HERE CHANGED 1
May 2, 1957 HEIGHTS LAND TO GO IN MAY ON BID BASIS 2
May 2, 1957 TROPHIES IN 38 CLASSES AWARDED TO RIDERS IN WEEKEND HORSE SHOW 9
May 2, 1957 HORSELESS CARRIAGE DEPARTING (MERILL HANSON'S 1915 FORD) 7
May 2, 1957 CONSTRUCTION ON 2-A IS RESUMED 1
May 2, 1957 MERCHANTS URGE PARKING METER FEE REDUCTION 2
May 2, 1957 PRIORITY WOULD GO TO RESIDENTIAL AREA STREETS 1
May 2, 1957 TRAFFIC CHANNELIZATION PROGRAM IS TURNED DOWN 9
May 2, 1957 SANDRA VAN NOY, JOHN BARTON MOUW 12
May 9, 1957 VERSEPUTS NOTE GOLDEN WEDDING THIS EVENING WITH FAMILY DINNER 14
May 9, 1957 EASTSIDE, BEST SIDE (FRANK, BOB - EX-EDITOR AND PUBLISHER) 1
May 9, 1957 HOUSES DECLARED PUBLIC NUISANCES 1
May 9, 1957 STICK TO YOUR GUNS ON JUANITA, MR MCLEAN 1
May 9, 1957 1958 PRELIMINARY SCHOOL BUDGET SET AT $3,453,985; UP 23 PERCENT 1
May 9, 1957 COOKING SCHOOL NEXT TUESDAY AT CIVIC CENTER 1
May 9, 1957 KINDERGARTENS WILL REGISTER THIS SPRING 8
May 9, 1957 TWO LEVIES FOR SCHOOLS WOULD RAISE $135,000 1
May 9, 1957 COUNCIL ABOLISHES FIRECRACKERS, BUT OKEYS 'SPARKLERS' 1
May 9, 1957 GARBAGE DUMP CONVERSION EYED 6
May 9, 1957 SALK POLIO SHOTS AGAIN NEXT WEEK 1
May 9, 1957 TOWN RESTRAINED ON ANNEXATION 6
May 9, 1957 LOOKING FOR FREE LOOT, PAIR FIND FREE LODGING 1
May 9, 1957 AVERAGE OF $10 PER RESIDENT NEEDED TO FINANCE 5-MILL LEVY 9
May 9, 1957 COST AND LOCATION OF STREET REPAIR PROJECTS ARE LISTED 9
May 9, 1957 ONE CENT METER BACK; TRAFFIC PLAN RESTUDIED 1
May 9, 1957 ROBERTA LESLIE ELSON, GLENDON A GREER 9
May 16, 1957 WEDDING RITES MARK GOLDEN DATE FOR REV AND MRS A G FRANK 1
May 16, 1957 BANK OBSERVING 3RD ANNIVERSARY (CITIZENS BANK) 6
May 16, 1957 EASTSIDE BEST SIDE (SHREEVE, BARNEY) 1
May 16, 1957 MISS HARNISH WINS SCHOLARSHIP AT WOMAN'S CLUB MUSIC CONCERT 6
May 16, 1957 HALLS MOTOR CO WINS 4-LETTER AWARD FOR DEALER EFFORT 9
May 16, 1957 SPUDNUT SHOP TO OPEN TOMORROW 9
May 16, 1957 COOKING SCHOOL ATTRACTS 800 HERE TUESDAY 1
May 16, 1957 KIRKLAND JUNIOR HIGH GREETS SPRING WITH PLAY DAY, 9TH GRADE PARTY 13
May 16, 1957 LAKE WASHINGTON CHEERLEADERS READY TO GO (PHOTO) 7
May 16, 1957 PATRICIA PARISH, DAVID WOODS 12
May 16, 1957 RUTH MACHMEIER, MICHAEL M PATON 12
May 16, 1957 COUNCILMEN, MAYOR PLUGGING HARD FOR PASSAGE OF CITY STREET LEVY 1
May 16, 1957 HOUGHTON HIRES ENGINEERS FOR SEWER SYSTEM 6
May 16, 1957 MORE NORTHRUP RESIDENTS SEEK TO JOIN TOWN 2
May 16, 1957 CITY WATERFRONT AREA GETS THE ONCE-OVER (PHOTO) 9
May 16, 1957 COREY RESIGNS AS POLICE CHIEF; FALK APPOINTED 1
May 16, 1957 KUPPENBENDER, BENARD FRANK 1
May 16, 1957 RYSEFF, LOUIS A 1
May 16, 1957 XANDER, PAUL 3
May 16, 1957 KIWANIS CLUB MEMBERS PLAN 'PARTY' ON KIRKLAND LAKEFRONT 9
May 16, 1957 VISITORS LIVEN THINGS UP AT THE JOURNAL (PHOTO OF STUDENTS) 14
May 16, 1957 FIRST KIRKLAND ENTRANT IN SOAP BOX DERBY (PHOTO) 5
May 16, 1957 COUNCILMEN, MAYOR PLUGGING HARD FOR PASSAGE OF CITY STREET LEVY 1
May 16, 1957 STATE ST TO BE PAVED 1
May 16, 1957 HOUGHTON HIRES ENGINEERS FOR SEWER SYSTEM 6
May 23, 1957 MRS (FLORENCE) CLARK IS 89 AND ONE OF TOWN'S MOST CHARMING RESIDE 9
May 23, 1957 NEW HOUGHTON CITY CLERK FINDS JOB KEEPS HIM BUSY 7
May 23, 1957 CITY'S BUILDING PERMITS $73800 6
May 23, 1957 ADULT BUILDING REMODELING COST DUE ON JUNE 17 5
May 23, 1957 SEEK ADDITIONAL LAND AT JUANITA FOR SCHOOL PLANT 1
May 23, 1957 DEVELOPER PLANS SHOPPING CENTER ON JUANITA HILL 1
May 23, 1957 CITIZENS ON 9TH AVENUE PROTEST ZONING BRAYDEN PROPERTY COMMERCIAL 1
May 23, 1957 EVERYONE'S ATTENTION ONSTAGE AT COOKING SCHOOL (PHOTOS) 7
May 23, 1957 NEED 1843 VOTES ON SCHOOL ISSUES 2
May 23, 1957 KAROL OLSON, EARL MAGNUSON 8
May 23, 1957 EAGLES ANNUAL STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL SLATED JUNE 21-22 1
May 23, 1957 CITY-2A ACCESS PROBLEM TO GET COUNCIL STUDY 1
May 23, 1957 MEMORIAL DAY PARADE SLATED 1
May 23, 1957 NEW HOUGHTON CITY CLERK FINDS JOB KEEPS HIM BUSY 7
May 23, 1957 SUIT WON BY HOUGHTON (NORTHUP ANNEXATION) 7
May 23, 1957 DEVELOPER PLANS SHOPPING CENTER ON JUANITA HILL 1
May 23, 1957 SEEK ADDITIONAL LAND AT JUANITA FOR SCHOOL PLANT 1
May 23, 1957 PROPOSED BOAT MOORAGES FOR KIRKLAND'S WATERFRONT 2
May 23, 1957 POLICE NAB YOUTH THREATENING SUICIDE 1
May 23, 1957 FOTHERINGHAM, DOROTHY 1
May 23, 1957 JOHNSON, CHARLES 2
May 23, 1957 KEENEY, MARIE 2
May 23, 1957 LAFRANCE, NAPOLEON 1
May 23, 1957 STEVENS, BELLE B 5
May 23, 1957 SWANSON, EDWARD 2
May 23, 1957 TAYLOR, FRANK W 1
May 23, 1957 SCHOOL AND CITY LEVIES ON BALLOT 1
May 23, 1957 89 WIN APPLIANCES, GROCERIES AT JOURNAL-PUGET POWER COOKING SCHOOL 3
May 23, 1957 PROPOSED BOAT MOORAGES FOR KIRKLAND'S WATERFRONT 2
May 23, 1957 CITY-2A ACCESS PROBLEM TO GET COUNCIL STUDY 1
May 30, 1957 'KIDS GREAT, ...' RETIRING LIBRARIAN PLEADS (GUNNING, NELLIE) 1
May 30, 1957 KIRKLAND'S DICK EVEREST RESIGNING FROM POST AS UW'S VP 1
May 30, 1957 TURKISH HOSPITAL IS THEIR DESTINATION (BROWN, JACK AND JUDY) 8
May 30, 1957 WHEELBARROW RACE BIG EVENT AT COLLINS PLAY DAY (PHOTO) 9
May 30, 1957 CONFUSED BOUNDARIES PRICE OF PROGRESS 7
May 30, 1957 STREETS LOSE, SCHOOL LEVIES OKEYED 1
May 30, 1957 MARGARET SIMPSON, SAM ARNOT 8
May 30, 1957 DOGS ATTACK , KILL FOUR SHEEP IN HOUGHTON 1
May 30, 1957 CONFUSED BOUNDARIES PRICE OF PROGRESS 7
May 30, 1957 DOGS ATTACK , KILL FOUR SHEEP IN HOUGHTON 1
May 30, 1957 CASH BOX TAKEN FROM PANTORIUM 2
May 30, 1957 DON COREY JOINS SHERIFF'S STAFF 6
May 30, 1957 SCHWARZ' CAR FOUND ROLLED OVER BANK 5
May 30, 1957 REESE, JAMES B 1
May 30, 1957 TARP, CHRISTIAN 5
May 30, 1957 MISS LYN GRANDY NEW GIRL SCOUT BOARD PRESIDENT 1
May 30, 1957 KIRKLAND LEGION'S CANNON, GIVEN WASHELLI IN 1937, AT ABBEY VIEW 7
May 30, 1957 REV SHOEMAKER TO RETURN TO BAPTIST CHURCH 10
May 30, 1957 LIVE-WIRE KIRKLAND DUET MAKING REAL PROGRESS ON MOORAGE DRIVE 1
May 30, 1957 STREETS LOSE, SCHOOL LEVIES OKEYED 1
May 30, 1957 SANDRA INMAN, WILLIAM VERWIEBE 8
June 6, 1957 50TH WEDDING PARTY IS 'NEXT DOOR' TO WHERE NORMANS WERE MARRIED 11
June 6, 1957 OPEN HOUSE DENOTES GOLDEN DATE FOR MR AND MRS JOHN PAULSON 10
June 6, 1957 DAVID KNECHTGES WINNER OF TWO MUSIC AWARDS 4
June 6, 1957 NEW APARTMENT GOING UP HERE (125 3RD AVE) 7
June 6, 1957 JUANITANS ASK CHAMBER AID IN TELEPHONE PLEA 1
June 6, 1957 KIRKLAND CONSIDERING ANNEXATION OF SMALL AREA ALONG CENTRAL WAY 1
June 6, 1957 COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES FOR 195 LAKE WASHINGTON SENIORS TONIGHT 1
June 6, 1957 WE SALUTE THE LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1957 (PHOTOS) 5
June 6, 1957 VIOLET ROLL, GENE BARTON 10
June 6, 1957 FIRE, EXPLOSION DESTROY BUILDING (RUDD) 2
June 6, 1957 REMEMBER THE HOLLYWOOD NINE? (1911-12 BASEBALL TEAM)] 6
June 6, 1957 JUANITANS ASK CHAMBER AID IN TELEPHONE PLEA 1
June 6, 1957 PURCHASE OF JUANITA BEACH APPROVED 1
June 6, 1957 PURCHASE OF JUANITA BEACH APPROVED 1
June 6, 1957 BRUBAKER, JESSIE 7
June 6, 1957 HENNAGIR, LOVINA 7
June 6, 1957 JUANITA, BELLEVUE AREAS REZONED TO SUBURBAN 7
June 6, 1957 EVERYONE'S GETTING A CHANCE TO JOIN POOR MAN'S YACHT CLUB 1
June 6, 1957 OIL COAT SLATED ON STATE STREET; PAVING DELAYED 2
June 6, 1957 JUANITANS ASK CHAMBER AID IN TELEPHONE PLEA 1
June 13, 1957 WIDESPREAD ILLNESS HITS MINK HERE 1
June 13, 1957 (PAUL) BELLS' BABY BURRO NAMED MAYZE STAR ATTRACTION OF 126TH PL 9
June 13, 1957 ALPINE PLANTS SPECIAL INTEREST OF KIRKLAND'S MRS EDITH BANGHART 12
June 13, 1957 OUR TOWN (JOSEPHSON, JIM AND FLORENCE) 10
June 13, 1957 TO HAVE CHILDREN IN SCHOOL FOR 40 YEARS (HAMILTON, DAVID ROY) 9
June 13, 1957 BRIDLE TRAILS LIGHTING, SAFETY SIGNS APPROVED 2
June 13, 1957 KIRKLAND SEA SCOUTS, NAVY RESCUE THREE UW MEN FROM LAKE 1
June 13, 1957 26 RESIGNATIONS 'NORMAL', SAYS SUPERINTENDENT 9
June 13, 1957 MASKS POPULAR ART PROJECT AT JR HIGH SCHOOL 2
June 13, 1957 PHOTOS TELL STORY OF LAKE WASHINGTON'S GRADS' ALL NIGHT PARTY 5
June 13, 1957 DARLENE RECOR, KENNETH DAVIS 12
June 13, 1957 "THE TOY SHOP' HIGHLIGHT OF JUANITA FESTIVAL (PHOTOS) 14
June 13, 1957 BERRY FESTIVAL NEXT WEEK TO FEATURE DANCE, PARADE 1
June 13, 1957 CITY'S DEBT REDUCED TO $66000 FROM $102000 2
June 13, 1957 BRIDLE TRAILS LIGHTING, SAFETY SIGNS APPROVED 2
June 13, 1957 DOGS IN TOWN PARK TO BE IMPOUNDED BY HOUGHTON POLICE 2
June 13, 1957 RIFLE INSTRUCTION OFFERED YOUTHS BY HOUGHTON POLICE 4
June 13, 1957 CONTRACTOR-CITY TRIAL ON MONDAY 3
June 13, 1957 RIFLE INSTRUCTION OFFERED YOUTHS BY HOUGHTON POLICE 4
June 13, 1957 SHEEP-KILLING FUROR SUBSIDES; DOG OWNERS BILLED FOR DAMAGES 3
June 13, 1957 BENNEST, ALFRED 1
June 13, 1957 JUANITA GIRL SCOUTS CELEBRATE EIGHTH BIRTHDAY WITH AWARDS 11
June 13, 1957 FOUR GRADUATE FROM ADVENTIST GRADE SCHOOL 14
June 13, 1957 WATER TRANSPORTATION FOR BELLEVUEITES; KIRKLAND MIGHT BE NEXT STEP 9
June 13, 1957 MARILYN MURDOCK, SHELDON GENE CALEY 12
June 13, 1957 PHYLLIS GLEW, ROGER MARKEE 12
June 13, 1957 SANDRA SNYDER, RICHARD DELPHIA 12
June 20, 1957 ARCHBISHOP BAPTIZES TWELFTH BABY (NOLLETTE) 1
June 20, 1957 DIRECTORS SEEKING NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITE IN CHERRY CREST AREA 1
June 20, 1957 BLAZE LEAVES FAMILY OF NINE WITHOUT HOME (WILSON, JAMES) 1
June 20, 1957 SCHOOL BOUNDARIES MAY BE SETTLED IN MONDAY SESSION 3
June 20, 1957 SCHOOL DISTRICT SEEKS $25000 IN FEDERAL AID 3
June 20, 1957 DELORES ENGBRECHT, JOHN MALINOSKI 6
June 20, 1957 JUNKYARD CLEANUP ORDERED BY COURT (MARKET & 14TH) 2
June 20, 1957 STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL THIS WEEKEND IN KIRKLAND 1
June 20, 1957 BLAZE LEAVES FAMILY OF NINE WITHOUT HOME (WILSON, JAMES) 1
June 20, 1957 CITY TO MAKE FORMAL APPLICATION FOR 'A PROJECT' SITE THIS WEEK 1
June 20, 1957 COUNTY TO HEAR ANNEXATION PROPOSAL 9
June 20, 1957 MCLEAN IN FAVOR OF JUANITA PARK, BEACH EXPANSION 2
June 20, 1957 MCLEAN IN FAVOR OF JUANITA PARK, BEACH EXPANSION 2
June 20, 1957 LAWYER JOINS FIRM IN SEATTLE (HEPFER, JACK) 3
June 20, 1957 LIBRARY'S VACATION READING CLUB TAKES YOUNGSTERS ON ISLAND TOUR 9
June 20, 1957 MRS WILLIAM ELGIN AND NEIGHBORS DONATE MAPS FOR READING CLUB 7
June 20, 1957 CITY TO MAKE FORMAL APPLICATION FOR 'A PROJECT' SITE THIS WEEK 1
June 20, 1957 MCLEAN IN FAVOR OF JUANITA PARK, BEACH EXPANSION 2
June 20, 1957 KIRKLAND PEOPLE MISS FERRYBOAT; AFRAID NEW ONE 'WON'T PAY' 2
June 20, 1957 MEMBERSHIP IN KIRKLAND YACHT CLUB KEEPS ON GROWING 5
June 20, 1957 STATE ST PAVING GETS GREEN LIGHT AGAIN 1
June 20, 1957 NANCY GREEN, MICHEL MCLEOD OSTRANDER 6
June 27, 1957 TODAY, 50TH WEDDING DATE FOR GEORGE DANENBAUERS OF JUANITA 1
June 27, 1957 BUS DRIVER BUILDS BIRD HOUSE FOR GOVERNOR'S FAMILY (FRITCHMAN) 4
June 27, 1957 JEGGLING KNIVES OR AMMUNITION ALL THE SAME TO PVT SORENSON 10
June 27, 1957 JESSE HART OF HOUGHTON ATTRACTS SMILES WITH HOME-GROWN BLOOMS 6
June 27, 1957 JUNIOR MANAGER JUST A FROSH (MALAGRINI, JOHN) 4
June 27, 1957 REMODELING, REPAIR OCCUPY RESIDENTS; PERMITS TOTAL $10,956 1
June 27, 1957 NEW OWNERS OPEN LAKE-VUE FREEZE 1
June 27, 1957 REMODELING, REPAIR OCCUPY RESIDENTS; PERMITS TOTAL $10,956 1
June 27, 1957 1 1/2 SECTIONS OF LW SCHOOL DISTRICT GIVEN BELLEVUE AFTER LONG ST 1
June 27, 1957 CAROL ANNE CARPENTER, TOM DOUCETTE 8
June 27, 1957 JANET SWARD, JAMES PLEMMONS 8
June 27, 1957 HAAS TRIO DRAWS ATTENTION AT STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL PARADE (PHOTO) 1
June 27, 1957 NAMED PRINCESS BY MILITARY UNIT (ELANDER, JAN) 1
June 27, 1957 PET PARADE AT HIGHLAND CENTER 3
June 27, 1957 DOUBLE-BARRELED PROGRAM SLATED BY EAST SIDE FROGMAN RESCUE UNIT 4
June 27, 1957 JUANITANS WANT BETTER SERVICE (10-PARTY LINES) 1
June 27, 1957 BOGUS CHECKS PASSED HERE; POLICE CHIEF URGES CAUTION 1
June 27, 1957 CARLSON, MARIE 3
June 27, 1957 COBERT, MARCEL 1
June 27, 1957 HEADEN, EDGAR 5
June 27, 1957 MOREY, MARY E 5
June 27, 1957 MORGAN, ROSE J 1
June 27, 1957 PACKARD, ALLAN 1
June 27, 1957 WHITNEY, LOUISE 1
June 27, 1957 KIRKLAND WILL VOTE FOR 1ST DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN IN 1958 ELECTION 9
June 27, 1957 BETTER INFORMED COMMUNITY SOUGHT IN JOURNAL CAMPAIGN 1
June 27, 1957 JUNIOR MANAGER JUST A FROSH (MALAGRINI, JOHN) 4
June 27, 1957 BOOSTERS FURNISH MATERIALS, BUILD RAMP (MARINE PARK) 7
June 27, 1957 WORK ON LAKEFRONT MOORAGE JOB GETS UNDERWAY (PHOTO) 3
June 27, 1957 WILL NOT FINISH BRIDGE SURVEYS UNTIL OCTOBER 1 1
June 27, 1957 JUANITANS WANT BETTER SERVICE (10-PARTY LINES) 1
June 27, 1957 DONNA SCOTVOLD, DAVID OATFIELD 8
June 27, 1957 JUDITH GREENE, RICHARD JOHNSON 8
June 27, 1957 PATRICIA ANN MCINTOSH, MONTE ALAN JONES 8
July 4, 1957 CHEWING GUM EXECUTIVE AND FAMILY ARE VISITORS (STEBBINS, LESTER) 1
July 4, 1957 FORMER LOCAL MARKET OPERATOR ... IN COSTA RICA (VERBARENDSE) 8
July 4, 1957 RALLS APPOINTED STATE DIRECTOR OF CIVIL DEFENSE 1
July 4, 1957 WHERE DO THE STUDENTS GET OFF IN SCHOOL DISTRICT REORGANIZATION 7
July 4, 1957 DON'T USE LAKE FOR A GARBAGE CAN 8
July 4, 1957 JUANITA WOMAN HAS UNEXPECTED VISIT FROM 'DEER' FRIENDS 1
July 4, 1957 UNITED CONTROL WILL MOVE HERE 3
July 4, 1957 FINE BEACH, GOOD COMMUNITY SPIRIT ... GIVE JUANITA PERSONALITY 5
July 4, 1957 JUANITA WOMAN HAS UNEXPECTED VISIT FROM 'DEER' FRIENDS 1
July 4, 1957 EAST SIDE GARDEN CLUB INSTALLS OFFICERS, HEARS VISITING SPEAKER 3
July 4, 1957 FIVE CAMPFIRE GIRLS RECEIVE TORCH BEARER RANK AT CHAMNESS HOME 1
July 4, 1957 STATE STREET PAVING CLOSER 1
July 4, 1957 IRENE FLORENCE TONNESSON, MELVIN JOE TAPPERO 4
July 4, 1957 LEE ANN VOGEL, DONALD WELLS 4
July 11, 1957 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE CITIZENS BANK OF KIRKLAND 10
July 11, 1957 AVERAGE KIRKLANDITES BACK FROM EUROPE (REED, KELLY AND BETTY) 1
July 11, 1957 BUS DRIVER EXHIBITS PET PROJECT (FRITCHMAN, HOWARD) 5
July 11, 1957 FORMER KIRKLANDITES SUBSCRIBE TO YACHT CLUB PROJECT (ETZLER) 1
July 11, 1957 JOE MILLAR, RETIRING FROM LONG SERVICE WITH TRANSIT 11
July 11, 1957 THREE YEAR 'ISLAND ADVENTURE' STARTS TOMORROW FOR BOB WAITES' 7
July 11, 1957 SCHOOLS TO AUCTION JUANITA BUILDINGS SATURDAY, JULY 20 1
July 11, 1957 WHERE LEGION HALL STANDS NOW (OLD PHOTO OF BAPTIST CHURCHGOERS) 6
July 11, 1957 FARRAR BUILDS NEW APARTMENT (103 LAKE ST W) 1
July 11, 1957 NEW APARTMENTS READY BY JULY 15 (THE SANDS) 1
July 11, 1957 PROJECT A PURCHASE, BLOCKED BY NATIONAL GUARD 1
July 11, 1957 "POLKA DOT" IN JUANITA OPENED 3
July 11, 1957 ZONING APPEALED AT NE 124, 2A 11
July 11, 1957 DRIVER TRAINING WILL UNDERGO CHANGE IN SCHOOL 1
July 11, 1957 DIANE LOUISE GRENDAHL, TOM MADDEN 10
July 11, 1957 PLANNING BOARD VACANCY FILLED (JOHNSON, LEROY) 9
July 11, 1957 MARK JOHSON FARM SCENE OF MEET OF REDMOND'S PIONEERS 9
July 11, 1957 OLD JUANITA BRIDGE IN THE 1900'S (PHOTO) 6
July 11, 1957 WHERE LEGION HALL STANDS NOW (OLD PHOTO OF BAPTIST CHURCHGOERS) 6
July 11, 1957 COMMUNITY SPIRIT EYED TO AID HOUGHTON PARKS 2
July 11, 1957 "POLKA DOT" IN JUANITA OPENED 3
July 11, 1957 GROUPS PROPOSE FEWER 10-PARTY LINES IN JUANITA 1
July 11, 1957 OUTBOARD MOTOR TAKEN FROM GARAGE 4
July 11, 1957 "FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR" PARTICIPANTS (2-FOR-1 SUBSCRIPTION) 9
July 11, 1957 PROJECT A PURCHASE BLOCKED BY NATIONAL GUARD 1
July 11, 1957 COMMUNITY SPIRIT EYED TO AID HOUGHTON PARKS 2
July 11, 1957 PROJECT A PURCHASE, BLOCKED BY NATIONAL GUARD 1
July 11, 1957 BOTHELL HIWAY CONTRACT LET 9
July 11, 1957 CITY COMMITTEE FAVORS CENTRAL WAY BEST ACCESS TO NEW HIGHWAY 1
July 11, 1957 OLD JUANITA BRIDGE IN THE 1900'S (PHOTO) 6
July 11, 1957 STATE STREET PAVING BEGINS AFTER LONG TWO YEAR DELAY 1
July 11, 1957 GROUPS PROPOSE FEWER 10-PARTY LINES IN JUANITA 1
July 11, 1957 HELEN HOPKINS, EUGENE R PARKINS 12
July 11, 1957 MARILYN JOAN ENGBRECHT, CLAUDE MICHAEL CZAPIEWSKI 11
July 11, 1957 MARILYN OFFIELD, GARY KRASSELT 10
July 11, 1957 PATRICIA PARISH, MIKE WOODS 10
July 11, 1957 RUTH MACHMEIER, MICHAEL PATON 10
July 18, 1957 ANITA BUSEK STARS IN 'JANUS' AT PLAYBARN 7
July 18, 1957 HALE, HALE, THE GROUNDSKEEPER (HALE, STEVE) 4
July 18, 1957 JUANITA LAD RESCUED FROM STRAITS (SEARLE, RICHARD) 1
July 18, 1957 NINETY EIGHT AND STILL SAVING (PHOTO OF L R "GRAMP" FISHER) 8
July 18, 1957 X-RAY VISION AND IRISH LUCK TURN UP 6-LEAF CLOVER (SMITH, TOMMY) 1
July 18, 1957 LAKEFRONT APARTMENTS IN KIRKLAND READY FOR OCCUPANCY (THE SANDS) 9
July 18, 1957 TOLLEFSON BACKS KIRKLAND'S BID FOR PROJECT A 1
July 18, 1957 CHEVRON STATION TO BE BUILT HERE 1
July 18, 1957 KIRKLAND BUSINESS FIRMS BEHIND MARINE PARK TO TUNE OF $5000 (LIST 8
July 18, 1957 NEW BARBER SHOP TO BE OPENED IN KIRKLAND JULY 23 (LISLE, A W) 9
July 18, 1957 WATER CARNIVAL HERE AUGUST 9-10 1
July 18, 1957 COMMISSION GETS PHONE COMPLAINT 7
July 18, 1957 JUANITA CLUB'S 40TH BEGINS WITH NEW PAINT, SAME OLD SPIRIT 7
July 18, 1957 BOMEY, JACOB 'JACK' 5
July 18, 1957 BURR, JANE 5
July 18, 1957 FRISK, OSCAR J 5
July 18, 1957 JUANITA CLUB'S 40TH BEGINS WITH NEW PAINT, SAME OLD SPIRIT 7
July 18, 1957 'CRAZY HATS' WORTH SMILES AT JAYCEE-ETTE TEA (PHOTOS) 6
July 18, 1957 EAST SIDE AUTHORS REPRESENTED AT WRITERS' MEET THIS WEEKEND 3
July 18, 1957 TOLLEFSON BACKS KIRKLAND'S BID FOR PROJECT A 1
July 18, 1957 HALE, HALE, THE GROUNDSKEEPER (HALE, STEVE) 4
July 18, 1957 TOLLEFSON BACKS KIRKLAND'S BID FOR PROJECT A 1
July 18, 1957 GOSPEL PROGRAM NEXT THURSDAY BY TRUMPET TRIO 10
July 18, 1957 YACHT CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST GETS LONGER AND LONGER; $255 REPORTED 1
July 18, 1957 7TH ST S LID APPROVED; BIDS CALLED FOR AUGUST 5 1
July 18, 1957 COMMISSION GETS PHONE COMPLAINT 7
July 18, 1957 PATRICIA BEERS, REV GRANT H HENDRICKSON 6
July 18, 1957 VIOLET ROLL, GENE P BARTON 6
July 25, 1957 OUR TOWN (LANGLOIS, BASIL G) 6
July 25, 1957 STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO WEIGH PROPOSED SCHOOL LANDS TRANSFER 1
July 25, 1957 WASHINGTON NATIONAL GUARD WITHDRAWS REQUEST FOR PROJECT A SITE 7
July 25, 1957 DALE EGBERT NEW MOBIL MANAGER 1
July 25, 1957 UGN AGENCIES PROVIDE $85000 IN SERVICES TO KIRKLAND AREA IN 1956 3
July 25, 1957 100,000TH CANTEEN GUEST FETED 10
July 25, 1957 USING "HORSE SENSE" IN SCHOOL BOUNDARY RHUBARB 1
July 25, 1957 BERYL BAILEY, ROBERT E WATSON 8
July 25, 1957 FORESTER BAND, FLOATS, QUEEN TO VISIT HERE 7
July 25, 1957 QUEEN OF WATER CARNIVAL TO BE NAMED NEXT WEEK 1
July 25, 1957 HOUGHTON ELECTION ON ANNEXATION SET FOR SEPTEMBER 10 1
July 25, 1957 FRANK, A G 1
July 25, 1957 WASHINGTON NATIONAL GUARD WITHDRAWS REQUEST FOR PROJECT A SITE 7
July 25, 1957 TWO-WEEK RED CROSS SWIM CLASSES TO START MONDAY AT WAVERLY PARK 1
July 25, 1957 BABE RUTH TOURNEY HERE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 4
July 25, 1957 LARRY LINDROS' SLEEK YELLOW RACER TO ROLL IN SOAP BOX DERBY 1
July 25, 1957 WASHINGTON NATIONAL GUARD WITHDRAWS REQUEST FOR PROJECT A SITE 7
July 25, 1957 SPEAKER TELLS WITNESSES END OF WORLD SOON 10
July 25, 1957 PUGET SOUND YACHT CLUBS INFORMED OF KIRKLAND MOORAGE 1
July 25, 1957 JOANN LOUISE BUSS, GERALD LEON GREEN 8
July 25, 1957 PRISCILLA COULTON, LAVERNE SIMMONS 8
August 1, 1957 OUR TOWN (MUIR, WILBUR THOMAS) 10
August 1, 1957 RETIRED NAVY YARD WORKER, REAL SALT, VISITS CITY (HIBBARD, R J) 3
August 1, 1957 STAMP HOBBY IS 'INTRODUCTION' FOR GILMOR TO YOUNG GREEK GIRL 9
August 1, 1957 TRIP TO BUY FISHING GEAR ENDS SADLY FOR STEVE HOYT 10
August 1, 1957 YOUNGSTERS INVITED TO MARCH IN PARADE NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT 1
August 1, 1957 KIRKLAND WATER CARNIVAL AUGUST 9-10 PART OF GREATER SEATTLE FETE 1
August 1, 1957 YOUNGSTERS INVITED TO MARCH IN PARADE NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT 1
August 1, 1957 MAYOR PROPOSES $512,484 BUDGET FOR CITY IN '58 1
August 1, 1957 MUNICIPAL DEBT $65000; WITHIN LEGAL MAXIMUM 2
August 1, 1957 ARREST MOLESTER OF JUANITA GIRL 1
August 1, 1957 DR STAVIG JOINS KIRKLAND CLINIC 1
August 1, 1957 DUGDALE, MABEL 7
August 1, 1957 KIENHOLZ, MICHAEL G 7
August 1, 1957 SCHULTZ, HANNAH 2
August 1, 1957 JUANITA GIRLS TO ATTEND WORLD GIRL SCOUT CAMP 8
August 1, 1957 HUNTERS HAPPILY HELP HANDLE KIDS IN KIRKLAND-RED CROSS SWIM CLASS 1
August 1, 1957 KING COUNTY WATER DISTRICT BUILDING STORAGE TANK ON ROSE HILL 1
August 1, 1957 PROGRESS REPORT ON KIRKLAND MARINA CAMPAIGN 1
August 1, 1957 KIRKLAND JAYCEES PUSHING FOR SECOND SPAN 2
August 1, 1957 MAY START 2-A PAVING IN 2 WEEKS 1
August 1, 1957 STATE ST PAVING FACING DELAY 1
August 1, 1957 COUNTY SEEKING LAND WEST OF DUMP AS 'SCREEN' 1
August 1, 1957 KING COUNTY WATER DISTRICT BUILDING STORAGE TANK ON ROSE HILL 1
August 1, 1957 JOSEPHINE BUSEK, WALTER REICHEL 8
August 8, 1957 AFTER WIFE, LAKE STILL FIRST LOVE OF CAPT FRANK GILBERT 5
August 8, 1957 BOY SCOUT NELS SODERSTROM RETURNS WITH TALES OF FUN AT JAMBOREE 4
August 8, 1957 READING A SNAP FOR 4-YEAR-OLD (KLOOSTER, DAVID) 3
August 8, 1957 HOUGHTON CAN'T TAKE STATE PARK, OFFICIAL RULES 1
August 8, 1957 CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS ON EAST SIDE PROJECTS (PHOTOS) 9
August 8, 1957 LET'S GET POSITIVE ABOUT THIS EYESORE (HOUSE ON CENTRAL AND THIRD 2
August 8, 1957 BURMEISTER WILL ENLARGE LOCAL FURNITURE STORE 5
August 8, 1957 PROPOSED TIME OIL SIGN WORRIES COUNCIL; RICHFIELD STATION OKEYED 1
August 8, 1957 DAY CAMPERS GET SWIMMING CHECK-UP (PHOTOS) 10
August 8, 1957 ZONING DENIAL TO BE APPEALED 9
August 8, 1957 FAMOUS ROBIN HOOD BAND APPEARING HERE SATURDAY 1
August 8, 1957 WELCOME, CARNIVAL VISITORS; PARADE OPENS FRIDAY FUNFEST 1
August 8, 1957 PROPOSED TIME OIL SIGN WORRIES COUNCIL; RICHFIELD STATION OKEYED 1
August 8, 1957 HOUGHTON CAN'T TAKE STATE PARK, OFFICIAL RULES 1
August 8, 1957 BETTER PHONE SERVICE ON THE WAY FOR JUANITA AREA, COMPANY SAYS 2
August 8, 1957 DAHL, CHRISTIAN 5
August 8, 1957 PHAGAN, GILBERT 8
August 8, 1957 STEWART, CLIFFORD 2
August 8, 1957 WOLFE, JOHN 3
August 8, 1957 CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS ON EAST SIDE PROJECTS (PHOTOS) 9
August 8, 1957 BETTER PHONE SERVICE ON THE WAY FOR JUANITA AREA, COMPANY SAYS 2
August 8, 1957 FLORENCE GREGG, DENNIS ESTRIN 10
August 15, 1957 PEACHES RIPE, PEARS PROMISING; FRUIT 'INDUSTRY' IN FULL SWING 1
August 15, 1957 GOLDEN WEDDING RECEPTION FOR JOHN R PAYLORS 3
August 15, 1957 COUNTRY LIVING AFFECTS BRIDLE TRAILS FAMILIES 8
August 15, 1957 MAN LOSES NOSE AIDING DOG FOUND INJURED ON HIGHWAY (WEBER, HARRY) 5
August 15, 1957 OUR TOWN (LAMBERT, HATTIE) 2
August 15, 1957 COUNTRY LIVING AFFECTS BRIDLE TRAILS FAMILIES 8
August 15, 1957 PAIR OF SAD LITTLE GIRLS WATCH AS PLAYHOUSE BURNS TO GROUND (PHOTO) 7
August 15, 1957 WORK STARTS ON BOWLING ALLEYS, 1ST UNIT IN PROJECTED DEVELOPMENT 7
August 15, 1957 NEW SCHOOL SITE BOUGHT ON 148TH 2
August 15, 1957 APPEAL MADE FOR TEACHER HOUSING 1
August 15, 1957 EAST SIDE HOME PAGEANT OPENS THIS WEEKEND 7
August 15, 1957 WORK STARTS ON BOWLING ALLEYS, 1ST UNIT IN PROJECTED DEVELOPMENT 7
August 15, 1957 APPEAL MADE FOR TEACHER HOUSING 1
August 15, 1957 MANY FLOATS IN CARNIVAL PARADE 1
August 15, 1957 PAIR OF SAD LITTLE GIRLS WATCH AS PLAYHOUSE BURNS TO GROUND (PHOT 7
August 15, 1957 HOUGHTON AREA EYES KIRKLAND 1
August 15, 1957 NEW LAKEFRONT PLAN FOR HOUGHTON HEADED FOR CITIZEN OPPOSITION 1
August 15, 1957 NO REROUTING ON JUANITA ROAD, ENGINEERS SAY 5
August 15, 1957 DOCK DEDICATION CLIMAX OF COOPERATIVE EFFORT 1
August 15, 1957 NEW LAKEFRONT PLAN FOR HOUGHTON HEADED FOR CITIZEN OPPOSITION 1
August 15, 1957 BERGGREN, CAROLINE 5
August 15, 1957 BROWN, LILLIAN 5
August 15, 1957 KUHN, CLINTON 1
August 15, 1957 DOCK DEDICATION CLIMAX OF COOPERATIVE EFFORT 1
August 15, 1957 NO REROUTING ON JUANITA ROAD, ENGINEERS SAY 5
August 15, 1957 SEPTEMBER OPENING SET FOR HIGHWAY 2-A FROM HOUGHTON TO 132ND ST 3
August 15, 1957 SEWER AND WATER LINE PROJECT UNDERWAY (PHOTO) 1
August 22, 1957 DALE'S SERVICE - GRAND OPENING (PHOTO) 2
August 22, 1957 HAWAIIAN VACATION IS MEMORABLE FOR RUTH BRASS, JUST RETURNED 8
August 22, 1957 SHERIFF POSSE SHOW THIS WEEKEND AT BRIDLE TRAILS PARK 5
August 22, 1957 JULY GOOD MONTH FOR BUILDING; TOTALS $123,000 7
August 22, 1957 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY AT NEW CHURCH SCHOOL (SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS) 10
August 22, 1957 BOY DROWNS AT JUANITA BEACH (STEWART, JEFFREY) 1
August 22, 1957 CITY BUDGET UNDER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE STUDY 5
August 22, 1957 COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS FINANCIAL AID TO WEBER, DOG BITE VICTIM 1
August 22, 1957 12-YEAR-OLD BEATEN IN FIGHT MONDAY AFTERNOON 1
August 22, 1957 HOUGHTON GOING TO COURT ON KIRKLAND ANNEXATION 1
August 22, 1957 OVERLAKE PARK ZONING ADJOINS SCHOOL DISTRICT 2
August 22, 1957 LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WELCOMES NEW TEACHERS 1
August 22, 1957 SHARON ROSE PAGE, LARRY RUSSELL KELLOGG 8
August 22, 1957 CITY BUDGET UNDER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE STUDY 5
August 22, 1957 FIVE BIG ITEMS ACCOUNT FOR $33000 INCREASE (CITY BUDGET) 5
August 22, 1957 $50 PAYMENTS TO JOHN EWING ARE CHALLENGED 1
August 22, 1957 HOUGHTON CODE TO BE HEARD MONDAY 2
August 22, 1957 HOUGHTON GOING TO COURT ON KIRKLAND ANNEXATION 1
August 22, 1957 INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT SURVEY REPORT DUE EARLY IN SEPTEMBER 1
August 22, 1957 BOY DROWNS AT JUANITA BEACH (STEWART, JEFFREY) 1
August 22, 1957 BOY DROWNS AT JUANITA BEACH (STEWART, JEFFREY) 1
August 22, 1957 12-YEAR-OLD BEATEN IN FIGHT MONDAY AFTERNOON 1
August 22, 1957 POLICE TO GET RADAR IF MONEY AVAILABLE IN '58 1
August 22, 1957 NATIONAL GUARD HOBBY SHOP AIM OF TOOL 'DRIVE' 3
August 22, 1957 LOCAL 4-HERS HAVE MANY PROJECTS TO SHOW AT ENUMCLAW (PHOTOS) 9
August 22, 1957 4-LANE ACCESS SOUGHT FOR CITY 1
August 22, 1957 EAST SAMMAMISH ROAD PAVING JOB SCHEDULED 7
August 22, 1957 EVERGREEN BRIDGE LOCATION STUDY COMPLETED, DATA BEING ANALYZED 1
August 22, 1957 LAKE ST PAVING DUE NEXT MONTH 3
August 22, 1957 SHARON PATRICIA BURNS, JOHN E BOULANGER 8
August 29, 1957 MR AND MRS CHARLES MILLER BENDER OF JUANITA OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING 3
August 29, 1957 DUTCH (VAN CUREN) HAS "WORST JOB IN THE WORLD" (CUSTODIAN) 9
August 29, 1957 HAIL THE KID! JO ANNE (GUNDERSON) NEW QUEEN OF AMATEURS 6
August 29, 1957 JO ANNE (GUNDERSON) TO GET THUNDEROUS OVATION (US GOLF CHAMP) 1
August 29, 1957 MCKIBBENS HOST TO THEIR FAMILIES 2
August 29, 1957 OPENING OF HOLY FAMILY SCHOOL FALL CLASSES WILL BE DELAYED 8
August 29, 1957 GAS PRICES UP AFTER 'WAR' HERE 3
August 29, 1957 YMCA DAY CAMP DRAWS 550 BOYS IN EAST SIDE'S SUMMER PROGRAM 11
August 29, 1957 RESIDENTS SAY "HOUGHTON TOOK US AGAINST OUR WISHES" 1
August 29, 1957 CENTRAL CADETS WILL TRAIN HERE 9
August 29, 1957 CLASSES ALL DAY NEXT WEDNESDAY IN LOCAL SCHOOLS 1
August 29, 1957 SCHOOL LUNCHES ARE 'WIFE SAVERS' SAYS MISS BETTY HARRIS 11
August 29, 1957 SCHOOL STARTS FOR THESE AND OTHER NEW TEACHERS TOMORROW (PHOTOS)] 12
August 29, 1957 MILDRED SANDVICK, WAYNE CARLSON 2
August 29, 1957 BOOM LOWERED ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE, SAYS JOURNAL FORERUNNER IN 1915 10
August 29, 1957 PEOPLE AT HEARING INDICATE APPROVAL OF HOUGHTON PLAN 4
August 29, 1957 RESIDENTS SAY "HOUGHTON TOOK US AGAINST OUR WISHES" 1
August 29, 1957 BEACHES HERE TO CLOSE TUESDAY; PARKS HEAD URGES NO SWIMMING 9
August 29, 1957 GOLF CLUB CARS RIFLED SUNDAY 1
August 29, 1957 KIRKLAND POLICE RECEIVE AWARD FOR PEDESTRIAN SAFETY 11
August 29, 1957 BROWN, CHRSTOPHER C 3
August 29, 1957 CREW, NEWLIN W 1
August 29, 1957 HJORTH, FLORA M 8
August 29, 1957 BOOM LOWERED ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE, SAYS JOURNAL FORERUNNER IN 1915 10
August 29, 1957 JO ANNE (GUNDERSON) TO GET THUNDEROUS OVATION (US GOLF CHAMP) 1
August 29, 1957 MAXINE CONOVER SETS NEW RECORD AT BIKE DERBY 4
August 29, 1957 YOUTH MINISTER JOINS CHURCH (DE SMET, REV LEO) 12
August 29, 1957 TO START BRIDGE OVER RAILROAD ON LANGDON RD 1
August 29, 1957 TO START BRIDGE OVER RAILROAD ON LANGDON RD 1
August 29, 1957 LINNEA COLTRAN, LEE OLSON 2
August 29, 1957 PATRICIA GAIL ROCKEFELLER, WILHELM M HEEB 2
September 5, 1957 MYSTERY AIR PHOTO 7
September 5, 1957 BANKING INSTITUTE CONSULS CHOSEN FROM KIRKLAND 5
September 5, 1957 FREDERICK LOTTSFELDT ON RESEARCH PROJECT AT UW MEDICAL SCHOOL 7
September 5, 1957 GRAYS (LEE & HARRIET) HAVE NEW JOB, PLAN NEW HOME IN KIRKLAND 9
September 5, 1957 JO ANNE (GUNDERSON) GETS BIG WELCOME AS SHE ROLLS INTO TOWN 1
September 5, 1957 JOURNAL SAYS FAREWELL TO GLADYS (GRIFFIN) 3
September 5, 1957 NATIONAL GOLF CHAMP TO BE HONORED TONIGHT (GUNDERSON, JO ANNE) 4
September 5, 1957 OUR TOWN (SOMA, GORDON E) 2
September 5, 1957 UW MEDICAL STUDENT DOING RESEARCH IN BRAIN DISEASES (NELSON, JAMES) 11
September 5, 1957 SCHOOL GUESTS SEE NEW MURAL (SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS) 12
September 5, 1957 FIRESTONE INSTALLS CATALOG DEPARTMENT IN KIRKLAND STORE 8
September 5, 1957 ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES START IN TWO WEEKS 7
September 5, 1957 NEW TEACHERS HONORED AT LUNCH; 'INTRODUCED' TO KIRKLAND, VICINITY 1
September 5, 1957 CAROL HARBUCK, ROBERT S SIMPSON 10
September 5, 1957 CITY MAY TREAT IRON IN WATER 1
September 5, 1957 COUNTY ASKED TO GUARANTEE BRIDGE BOND INTEREST 1
September 5, 1957 READERS PLAY, EAT, RIDE FIRETRUCK AT ANNUAL LIBRARY PICNIC 5
September 5, 1957 HIBBARD, MAE 5
September 5, 1957 TERRELL, GEORGE 2
September 5, 1957 KIRKLAND VFW POST TO GET NEW NAME 12
September 5, 1957 ... ON WRITING CLUB NEWS 10
September 5, 1957 BETTY ALBRIGHT JOINS JOURNAL AS BOOKKEEPER 3
September 5, 1957 JOURNAL SAYS FAREWELL TO GLADYS (GRIFFIN) 3
September 5, 1957 NOVEL MYSTERY AIR PHOTO CONTEST OFFERS $240 CASH 1
September 5, 1957 JO ANNE (GUNDERSON) GETS BIG WELCOME AS SHE ROLLS INTO TOWN 1
September 5, 1957 NATIONAL GOLF CHAMP TO BE HONORED TONIGHT (GUNDERSON, JO ANNE) 4
September 5, 1957 A NICE PLACE TO STAY ON A HOT SUMMER'S DAY (MARINA) 11
September 5, 1957 BANQUET, CEREMONIES SET FOR HIGHWAY COMPLETION 1
September 5, 1957 COUNTY ASKED TO GUARANTEE BRIDGE BOND INTEREST 1
September 5, 1957 COUNTY THANKED FOR ROAD WORK 3
September 5, 1957 LIMIT PARKING ON SO LAKE ST 3
September 5, 1957 CITY MAY TREAT IRON IN WATER 1
September 5, 1957 CAROL CARPENTER, TOM DOUCETTE 10
September 5, 1957 WILLIAM LATHAM, PATRICIA HAWKES 10
September 12, 1957 JO ANNE (GUNDERSON) GIVEN HEFTY OVATION, PLAQUE, WIRE FROM IKE 4
September 12, 1957 JOAN KIRKBRIDE WINS SCHOLARSHIP GIVEN BY LOCAL UNIVERSITY WOMEN 9
September 12, 1957 LARRY KELLOGG HONOR GRAD OF NAVAL PROGRAM 11
September 12, 1957 PROUD PARENTS CONGRATULATE JO ANNE (GUNDERSON) (PHOTO) 11
September 12, 1957 AUGUST BUILDING TOTALS $62080 7
September 12, 1957 NOT MUCH LONGER FOR CENTRAL WAY MONSTROSITY 2
September 12, 1957 LAKEFRONT ZONED FOR RESIDENCES; MAY BE INVALID 1
September 12, 1957 UGN DRIVE KICKS OFF THIS WEEK 1
September 12, 1957 LEADERS' CONFERENCE 'UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE' FOR MISS BRONSON 3
September 12, 1957 ANTI-COMMUNIST LEADER TO TALK HERE SUNDAY (SCHWARZ, FRED C) 12
September 12, 1957 LAKEFRONT ZONED FOR RESIDENCES; MAY BE INVALID 1
September 12, 1957 NEWPORT APPEAL SET; BELLEVUE EYES ANNEXATION 2
September 12, 1957 208 TEACHERS AND PRINCIPALS ASSIGNED IN LOCAL SCHOOLS 8
September 12, 1957 FOUR LEAD BUSY GOVERNMENT, AT JUNIOR HIGH 9
September 12, 1957 PRESCHOOL UNITS GEARED TO HELP YOUNG MOTHERS 10
September 12, 1957 REGISTRATION FOR ADULT CLASSES SLATED ALL DAY MONDAY, TUESDAY 2
September 12, 1957 SCHOOLS REPORT RECORD ENROLLMENT; 5022 REGISTERED IN FIRST WEEK 1
September 12, 1957 STATE BOARD'S RULING SHRINKS SCHOOL DISTRICT 1
September 12, 1957 AREA COMMITTEE SEES METRO PLAN AS ONLY ANSWER TO LAKE POLLUTION 1
September 12, 1957 KIWANIS CLUB NO LONGER WILL SPONSOR CARNIVAL 2
September 12, 1957 HOUGHTON EYES $57000 BUDGET 2
September 12, 1957 KARASEK RESIGNS FROM HOUGHTON TOWN COUNCIL 1
September 12, 1957 ASIATIC FLU EXPECTED TO BE MILD BUT WIDESPREAD 7
September 12, 1957 HOUGHTON EYES $57000 BUDGET 2
September 12, 1957 KARASEK RESIGNS FROM HOUGHTON TOWN COUNCIL 1
September 12, 1957 LAKEFRONT ZONED FOR RESIDENCES; MAY BE INVALID 1
September 12, 1957 ON STATE ST, 15 MILE PER HR LIMIT WILL STAY 1
September 12, 1957 BREWER, HARRY 3
September 12, 1957 HALEY, LYDIA 3
September 12, 1957 LAKE, ALBERT T 6
September 12, 1957 STEMBRIDGE, AVER J 6
September 12, 1957 KIWANIS CLUB NO LONGER WILL SPONSOR CARNIVAL 2
September 12, 1957 FIRST MYSTERY PHOTO WAS YORK FARM 9
September 12, 1957 KIRKLAND CHRONICLE PUBLICATION, HALTED FOR WEEK, TO CONTINUE 1
September 12, 1957 KANGAROO FOOTBALL TICKET PRICES UP FROM 75c TO $1 4
September 12, 1957 COMMISSIONERS OK STREET REPAIRS AND SIGNS FOR SCHOOLS 1
September 12, 1957 HIGHWAY OFFICIALS COMING HERE FOR BANQUET COMMEMORATING NEW ROAD 7
September 12, 1957 ON STATE ST, 15 MILE PER HR LIMIT WILL STAY 1
September 12, 1957 STATE STARTS PAVING PROJECT ON EAST SIDE LAKE ST SOUTH 1
September 12, 1957 IMPROVED PHONE SERVICE SOUGHT BY NEW FIRM 2
September 12, 1957 KAREN ABBOTT, GARY W JAMES 10
September 19, 1957 CROPS READY FOR HARVEST DINNER (JOHNSON, HARRY H) 2
September 19, 1957 CORNHUSKER DRUGGIST, WIFE VISIT KIRKLAND (DREWELOW, RICHARD) 7
September 19, 1957 CROPS READY FOR HARVEST DINNER (JOHNSON, HARRY H) 2
September 19, 1957 ASSESSED VALUES INCREASE IN EACH DISTRICT, CITY 1
September 19, 1957 NEW FURNITURE STORE TO OPEN (PHOTO OF FURNITURE BARN) 3
September 19, 1957 HEAD-ON HOUGHTON CRASH PUTS TRIO IN HOSPITAL 1
September 19, 1957 DOG BITE VICTIM AIDED BY PEOPLE OF COMMUNITY 1
September 19, 1957 'ATOMS FOR PEACE' EXHIBIT HERE NEXT TUESDAY; LOCAL JAYCEES SPONSOR 9
September 19, 1957 LAKEVIEW FOLKS MEET TEACHERS AT PTA MEETING 5
September 19, 1957 PAROCHIAL SCHOOL CLASSES START (HOLY FAMILY) 1
September 19, 1957 CLAUDIA HARDENBROOK, HEINZ D HOHMANN 10
September 19, 1957 COUNCIL APPROVES ANIMAL HOSPITAL 2
September 19, 1957 NO PHONE STRIKE IN KIRKLAND AREA 7
September 19, 1957 NEW BOOK DROP BUILT AT LIBRARY 7
September 19, 1957 BERG, CHARLES 10
September 19, 1957 CERQUI, LORENZO 3
September 19, 1957 HAMMER, BARBARA 1
September 19, 1957 STRAUB, MRS M R 10
September 19, 1957 THAYER, WALTER M 3
September 19, 1957 WILSON, CORA E 3
September 19, 1957 FAIRFAX SANITARIUM 2ND MYSTERY PHOTO 5
September 19, 1957 NEWPORT PARK CONDEMNATION HEARING SLATED 6
September 19, 1957 GOVERNOR OFFERS AID FOR BRIDGE 1
September 19, 1957 NEW HIGHWAY WILL BE OPENED WITH A REAL BANG HERE TUESDAY NIGHT 1
September 19, 1957 MARGARET MAE SIMPSON, SAMUEL I ARNOT 8
September 19, 1957 SHARON LINN FORD, GEORGE BRAY 8
September 26, 1957 ENGLISH COMING EASY TO SWEDISH GIRL (LITSJO, BARBRO) 7
September 26, 1957 HOT STOVE LEAGUE (MCLAUGHLIN, WILLIAM JOHN "GRUMPY") 4
September 26, 1957 KIRKLAND HAM OPERATOR GETS MESSAGE FROM ICE FLOE (KING, F J) 1
September 26, 1957 KIRKLAND WOMAN STRIKES IT RICH ON NATIONAL TV (CROW, LUCILE) 1
September 26, 1957 ACTION ON DILAPIDATED CENTRAL WAY MONSTROSITY, PROJECT A, AWAITED 2
September 26, 1957 KIRK-DESIGNED ROBINSON HOME WINS FIRST PRIZE 9
September 26, 1957 KIRKLAND'S ANNEXING PLAN SLOWS 1
September 26, 1957 SCHOOL BOUNDARY QUESTION FANNED ANEW BY PARENTS 1
September 26, 1957 HEATHER ROSS, WILLIAM GARY CRIST 10
September 26, 1957 TAXI LICENSE FEE INCREASED TO $30 12
September 26, 1957 COMMISSION OK'S RADAR FOR POLICE 1
September 26, 1957 KIRKLAND WOMAN STRIKES IT RICH ON NATIONAL TV (CROW, LUCILE) 1
September 26, 1957 DARBY, JOHN M 1
September 26, 1957 LIETHA, EMMA 11
September 26, 1957 NELSON, EDWIN J 9
September 26, 1957 ROTARY OBSERVES 20TH BIRTHDAY 1
September 26, 1957 KIRKLANDITE HONORED BY STATE NEWSPAPER GROUP (EVEREST, DICK) 3
September 26, 1957 MYSTERY PICTURE WAS GATEWAY GROVE 11
September 26, 1957 EX-US GEODETIC SURVEY SHIP VISITS MARINE PARK 8
September 26, 1957 NEW HIGHWAY OPENED TUESDAY 1
September 26, 1957 MOSCOW, RUSSIA, TELEPHONE CALL RECEIVED HERE 1
September 26, 1957 JO ANN JOHNSON, GERALD MCAULIFFE 10
September 26, 1957 KAY MCCORMICK, WILLIAM R THOMAS 10
September 26, 1957 LORAINE GILBRAITH, JOHN HOLZER 10
September 26, 1957 MABEL LEAKE, ROGER SIRES 12
September 26, 1957 RUTH OLDFIELD, AUGUST PUTISON 12
October 3, 1957 LAST WEEK JUST WASN'T GOOD ONE FOR THE CHAMBERLINS, WOLDS 1
October 3, 1957 NEW APARTMENTS ON LAKE UNIQUE (FOOT OF MARKET) 9
October 3, 1957 BURMEISTER PLANS TO MOVE FRIDAY (FURNITURE STORE) 1
October 3, 1957 DELIGHT RICHARDSON, GEORGE MUNDELL 10
October 3, 1957 SABRA ANNE HINDMAN, MERCER "BOB" TYNDALL 10
October 3, 1957 ALGAE IN CITY WATER 'HARMLESS' ALTHOUGH NUISANCE, SAYS CITY 1
October 3, 1957 BEER AND PEANUTS STOLEN AT FOODLANE 1
October 3, 1957 BOYS SURPRISED WHILE ROBBING LOCAL HOME 1
October 3, 1957 SHULTZ, NORMAN FAY 1
October 3, 1957 TOTEM POST NEW VFW UNIT NAME 1
October 3, 1957 WOMAN'S CLUB ENTERTAINS TEACHERS AT ANNUAL RECEPTION THURSDAY 3
October 3, 1957 Y'S RECREATION PROGRAM GETS UNDERWAY ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16 8
October 3, 1957 BRIDGE USERS IN PLEA FOR NO TOLLS ON PRESENT SPAN 1
October 3, 1957 NEW HIGHWAY OPENED FROM KIRKLAND NORTHWARD 7
October 3, 1957 UNFAIR ADVANTAGE TAKEN OF GOVERNOR (BRIDGE ISSUE) 1
October 3, 1957 KAY MCCORMICK, TOM W THOMAS 11
October 3, 1957 PATRICIA GAIN, ROBERT DEAN DODD 11
October 3, 1957 SHARON ROSE PAGE, LARRY KELLOGG 10
October 10, 1957 SWIMMING POOL MEETING PLANNED 1
October 10, 1957 DOORBELLS RING FOR UGN - WOMEN START THEIR CAMPAIGN THIS WEEK 1
October 10, 1957 HOW DO KIRKLANDITES FEEL ABOUT RUSSIAN SATELLITE 1
October 10, 1957 CENTRAL PUPILS JUNIOR FIREMEN 7
October 10, 1957 KANGAROO HOMECOMING OCTOBER 18; DANCE PLANNED AFTER MT SI GAME 1
October 10, 1957 SCHOOL BUDGET UP TO $1,893,118; MILLAGE DOWN 1
October 10, 1957 FAMILY CONCERT SET NEXT FRIDAY 9
October 10, 1957 LOCAL MUSIC DIRECTORS INVITED TO PLAN 2ND 'PARADE OF MUSIC' 9
October 10, 1957 TRAVELIN' TURTLE FINDS SCHOOLS BETTER'N SLUGS 10
October 10, 1957 CENTRAL PUPILS JUNIOR FIREMEN 7
October 10, 1957 THIS IS FIRE PREVENTION WEEK 2
October 10, 1957 $528,021 OKEYED FOR '58 BUDGET 1
October 10, 1957 JOHNSON, JOHN J 2
October 10, 1957 KANE, CATHERINE 2
October 10, 1957 'Y' OPEN HOUSE NEXT WEDNESDAY TO SHOW COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES 2
October 10, 1957 SWIMMING POOL MEETING PLANNED 1
October 10, 1957 $1000 OVERAGES ON STREETS JOB TO BE APPROVED 1
October 10, 1957 HIGHWAY 1 ALTERNATE COMPLETED TO WITHIN 2.5 MILES OF WOODINVILLE 7
October 10, 1957 IMPROVED PHONE SERVICE SOUGHT 7
October 10, 1957 DIANE HURLBUT, GARY GARDNER 8
October 10, 1957 SHIRLEY FLOYD, RICHARD WIBACK 8
October 10, 1957 SYLVIA TUTTLE, STEPHEN JAMES 8
October 17, 1957 HOW IS IT RETURNING TO COLLEGE AFTER 18 YEARS (DAVIS, MARY) 2
October 17, 1957 LAKE WASHINGTON BAND MEMBER KARLA SANDS WOWS 'EM AT MUSIC CAMP 6
October 17, 1957 MRS JOHN CHRISTENSEN, 84 TODAY, BUSY WITH 'SALT 'N PEPPER' HOBBY 10
October 17, 1957 WORLD SERIES FAN BRINGS HOME BALL, BRAVES CAP (WITTERS, FRED) 4
October 17, 1957 SWIMMING POOL STUDY TO CONTINUE 6
October 17, 1957 BURMEISTER SETS GRAND OPENING FOR NOVEMBER 2 5
October 17, 1957 FURNITURE STORE IN NEW LOCATION (WASHINGTON STATE FURNITURE CO) 2
October 17, 1957 NEIGHBORHOODS REPRESENTED BY UGN VOLUNTEERS 5
October 17, 1957 UGN DRIVE 44% COMPLETE 1
October 17, 1957 BUSSES TAKE 3600 PASSENGERS 1400 MILES DAILY 12
October 17, 1957 KANGAROO ALUM REUNION SLATED FOR DECEMBER 27 2
October 17, 1957 NEW KINDERGARTEN AT NORKIRK EXCITING WORLD FOR LITTLE TYKES 9
October 17, 1957 STAN BORESON TO GIVE TWO SHOWS AT ROSE HILL CARNIVAL OCTOBER 25 10
October 17, 1957 CRABAPPLE DIET HELPS IDENTIFY REMAINS IN LAKE (DEER ENTRAILS) 1
October 17, 1957 REQUEST MARCH DATE FOR METRO PLAN ELECTION 1
October 17, 1957 AL STOPFLER NEW COUNCILOR; FALK PERMANENT CHIEF 1
October 17, 1957 BOTH HOUGHTON AND BELLEVUE LOSE TERRITORY 2
October 17, 1957 $300 BURGLARY AT JUANITA SHOP EARLY SATURDAY 1
October 17, 1957 KAESER VS KIRKLAND TRIAL STARTS TODAY 1
October 17, 1957 VANDALS DAMAGE BUS EQUIPMENT 1
October 17, 1957 CHRISTENSEN, THORVALD 6
October 17, 1957 DOWNIE, GEORGE 9
October 17, 1957 HUNGERFORD, OLIVER THOMAS 6
October 17, 1957 MILLER, DONOVAN 6
October 17, 1957 PAULSON, OLOF 6
October 17, 1957 PERRIGO, FLORENCE 1
October 17, 1957 SMITH, DAVID E 6
October 17, 1957 TODD, ISOBEL 9
October 17, 1957 KIRKLAND GIVEN ANOTHER ROUTE 2
October 17, 1957 CIRCULATION MAN ON JOURNAL STAFF (ROLANDER, ART) 1
October 17, 1957 SWIMMING POOL STUDY TO CONTINUE 6
October 17, 1957 STAN BORESON TO GIVE TWO SHOWS AT ROSE HILL CARNIVAL OCTOBER 25 10
October 17, 1957 BRIDGE REPORT NOT EXPECTED FOR THREE WEEKS 1
October 17, 1957 BARBARA TAYLOR, JOHN BOUDREAUX 10
October 17, 1957 ERNA HASSING, OSIRIS WEISS 11
October 24, 1957 CREST APARTMENTS OPENING (PHOTO) 13
October 24, 1957 GOLDEN WEDDING RECEPTION SUNDAY TO HONOR THE DAVID W CRABTREES 11
October 24, 1957 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE CITIZENS BANK OF KIRKLAND 5
October 24, 1957 $1374 IN 'SOCK' FOR KANG TRACK 4
October 24, 1957 SCHOOL FAIR SHARE GIVING BOOSTS DRIVE HERE TO 79% 2
October 24, 1957 POST-SEASON GAME WOULD SATISFY KIDS, COFFERS, CROWD AND CRITICS 4
October 24, 1957 SCHOOLS REPORT 16 PERCENT OF STUDENTS ABSENT; FLU BLAMED 1
October 24, 1957 SHOVLIN ASSIGNS FACULTY MEMBERS TO IMPORTANT SCHOOL COMMITTEES 3
October 24, 1957 LAILA LOUISE HAMMONDS, WESLEY UHLMAN 10
October 24, 1957 CITY WILL BUY DIESEL TRACTOR FOR STREET WORK 1
October 24, 1957 EAST SIDE PARENT-TEACHER COUNCIL SCHEDULES MENTAL HEALTH SPEAKER 3
October 24, 1957 SCHOOLS REPORT 16 PERCENT OF STUDENTS ABSENT; FLU BLAMED 1
October 24, 1957 KIWANIS SLATE SCHOOL PARTIES FOR HALLOWE'EN 1
October 24, 1957 HOUGHTON OKEYS $57000 BUDGET 1
October 24, 1957 LAKE WASHINGTON HITS LOWEST LEVEL IN 20 YEARS 1
October 24, 1957 10-BED ADDITION TO KIRKLAND HOSPITAL IS AUTHORIZED BY BOARD 1
October 24, 1957 FORCIER, AGNES 1
October 24, 1957 LAKE WASHINGTON SINGERS' MEMBERSHIP UP TO 51 11
October 24, 1957 BOY SCOUTS INVITE NEW MEMBERS; SIX TROOPS ACTIVE IN LOCAL AREA 8
October 24, 1957 POST-SEASON GAME WOULD SATISFY KIDS, COFFERS, CROWD AND CRITICS 4
October 24, 1957 BUGGE'S TWO-LAKE-BRIDGES IDEA REGARDED SANE 1
October 24, 1957 DISTRICT WATER, CITY OFFICIALS SEE STUDY NEED 1
October 24, 1957 KIRKLAND HAS COMPLEX WATER SUPPLY PROBLEM WHICH INVOLVES POOR WELL 9
October 24, 1957 STORM DISRUPTS BELLEVUE POWER 1
October 24, 1957 DELORES ANN ENGBRECHT, MICHAEL GENE MALINOSKY 10
October 24, 1957 JANET SWARD, JIM PLEMMONS 10
October 31, 1957 LOCAL YOUTH GETS TRIP TO CHICAGO BY 4-H EFFORT (DIESEN, CHUCK) 1
October 31, 1957 OUR TOWN (MUELLER, TRAVIS HENRY) 2
October 31, 1957 TRIP TO SEATTLE STILL A LONG ONE ... (KAISER, FANNIE PERRIGOUE) 17
October 31, 1957 ST EDWARDS IS "MYSTERY AIR PHOTO" 12
October 31, 1957 TRAILER PERMIT GRANTED FAMILY (KILBY, FRANK) 9
October 31, 1957 ENGEL OPENS ENLARGED STORE (LAKESHORE APPLIANCE) 3
October 31, 1957 KIRKLAND FURNITURE OPENING MODERN STORE (PHOTO OF BURMEISTERS) 1
October 31, 1957 KIRKLAND FURNITURE PLANS GRAND OPENING OF HUGE NEW STORE FRIDAY 9
October 31, 1957 MANY PEOPLE HAD HAND IN DEVELOPING FURNITURE STORE (BURMEISTERS) 2
October 31, 1957 RESTYLED LINE ON DISPLAY AT EAST SIDE MOTOR 3
October 31, 1957 CHAMBER TO AID IN BUDGET STUDY 12
October 31, 1957 KIRKLAND WITHIN $300 OF GOAL; ONE WEEK TO GO (UGN) 1
October 31, 1957 STUDENTS COMBINE SCHOOLWORK - RED CROSS PROJECTS 13
October 31, 1957 CHAMBER TO AID IN BUDGET STUDY 12
October 31, 1957 HALLOWEEN PARTIES OUT (FLU EPIDEMIC) 1
October 31, 1957 HALLOWEEN PARTIES OUT (FLU EPIDEMIC) 1
October 31, 1957 JUANITANS FACE WATER PROBLEMS 2
October 31, 1957 $140,000 CITY LAWSUIT SETTLED FOR $20000 1
October 31, 1957 LOCAL PILFERAGE CASE IS SOLVED 7
October 31, 1957 WEEKEND VANDALISM AT JUANITA 1
October 31, 1957 DAARUD, JIMMY LEE 1
October 31, 1957 DORHOFER, KIM 5
October 31, 1957 NYBERG, MERLIN 1
October 31, 1957 ST EDWARDS IS "MYSTERY AIR PHOTO" 12
October 31, 1957 CLASS PROJECT BECOMES NEW CHURCH FOR YOUNG STUDENT (MAY, GEAROLD) 7
October 31, 1957 HIGHWAY SIGNS TO BE INSTALLED 7
October 31, 1957 JUANITANS FACE WATER PROBLEMS 2
October 31, 1957 KING COUNTY CIVIC LEADERS TO GET RESULTS OF PUGET POWER'S SURVEY 1
October 31, 1957 BARBARA ADELE BOUCHELLE, CARL GRONDONA 14
October 31, 1957 EPSIE ALDRIDGE, FRED HUSE 14
October 31, 1957 MARGUERITE ABBOTT, ROBERT SHORT 14
October 31, 1957 NADINE HUDDLESTON, TOM ESCOTT 14
November 7, 1957 BOY SHOOTS DEER ENROUTE TO SCHOOL (RICHARDSON, AL) 1
November 7, 1957 CUSTOMERS WAIT FOR OPENING OF NEW FURNITURE STORE (PHOTO) 14
November 7, 1957 GLOBE FIRESTONE ENLARGES STORE 1
November 7, 1957 KANGAROO GRADS CONTACT CLASSMATES FOR '57 REUNION 10
November 7, 1957 CITY EYES MOORAGE REGULATIONS; NAMES JOURNAL LEGAL PUBLICATION 1
November 7, 1957 EXPERTS DISCUSS PROS AND CONS OF METRO PLAN 1
November 7, 1957 3RD 'SHOTS' DUE NEXT WEEK IN POLIO CAMPAIGN 1
November 7, 1957 SCHOOLS REPORT FLU RETREATING 1
November 7, 1957 VISION TESTER GIVEN SCHOOLS BY LIONS CLUB 9
November 7, 1957 JAYCEES START DECORATING PLANS FOR CITY STREETS 1
November 7, 1957 EXTRA POLICE PUT ON STORE SLAYING (GREGORY, NORTON) 1
November 7, 1957 ANDERSON, ANDREW A 1
November 7, 1957 PATON, MICHAEL 10
November 7, 1957 BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR KIWANIS (PHOTO) 9
November 7, 1957 JAYCEES START DECORATING PLANS FOR CITY STREETS 1
November 7, 1957 VISION TESTER GIVEN SCHOOLS BY LIONS CLUB 9
November 7, 1957 IT'S TRUE! EVERGREEN SITE APPROVED 1
November 14, 1957 DEPOSITORS HAVE SAVED $1600000 SINCE SEATTLE FEDERAL OPENED IN 55 11
November 14, 1957 FAITH, COURAGE ON WIDOW'S SIDE ... (GREGORY, HELEN) 1
November 14, 1957 OUR TOWN (LEQUE, NORMAN PAUL) 10
November 14, 1957 MYSTERY PIC WAS WHEADON GREENHOUSE 13
November 14, 1957 PAUL'S JEWELRY IN NEW LOCATION 1
November 14, 1957 ADULT ED. PROGRAM SECOND LARGEST IN STATE; 1000 ENROLLED 7
November 14, 1957 KANGS WIN THIRD STRAIGHT TITLE CLOBBERING WOLVERINES, 40-0 4
November 14, 1957 NORKIRK OPEN HOUSE SHOWS PARENTS HOW JOHNNY IS DOING 12
November 14, 1957 STUDENT JUDGES OFFICIATE AT TRAFFIC COURT 10
November 14, 1957 MOBILE CHEST X-RAY UNIT TO VISIT KIRKLAND, LOCAL AREA, NEXT WEEK 11
November 14, 1957 POLIO 'SHOTS' TOMORROW, SATURDAY AT FIRE STATION 5
November 14, 1957 HOUGHTON CITY FATHERS EYE ANNEXING BIG OVERLAKE PARK AREA 1
November 14, 1957 THE WINTER FLEET ON A SUNNY FALL AFTERNOON (PHOTO) 9
November 14, 1957 FOUR BURGLARIES INVESTIGATED HERE 1
November 14, 1957 PICKUP MAY BE CLUE TO MURDERER (GREGORY, NORTON) 1
November 14, 1957 R DUNLAP JOINS LAW FIRM HERE 2
November 14, 1957 STUDENT JUDGES OFFICIATE AT TRAFFIC COURT 10
November 14, 1957 FARRA, LESTER FRANKLIN 13
November 14, 1957 MAYNARD, HORACE ALONZO 10
November 14, 1957 ROBINSON, EVA 7
November 14, 1957 MYSTERY PIC WAS WHEADON GREENHOUSE 13
November 14, 1957 STEWART HEIGHTS ACREAGE FOR SALE 1
November 14, 1957 KANGS WIN THIRD STRAIGHT TITLE CLOBBERING WOLVERINES, 40-0 4
November 14, 1957 GAY HOUSEWIVES OF ROSE POINT VIEW WATER BALANCE WITH MIXED EMOTION 1
November 14, 1957 MILDRED SORENSEN, WARREN WARD 12
November 14, 1957 SABRA HINDMAN, MERCER TYNDALL 12
November 14, 1957 SHANNON SPARLING, WAYNE JATON 12
November 21, 1957 DICK AND MOE'S CHEVRON STATION - GRAND OPENING 9
November 21, 1957 HARRIS IS NAMED TO SAVINGS POST 2
November 21, 1957 SANTA CLAUS SOLVENT NOW; CHRISTMAS CLUB CHECKS OUT 2
November 21, 1957 KANGAROO ALUM IN BUTTE ALERTED BY JOURNAL STORY (MCQUINN, CHET) 9
November 21, 1957 MRS HANNAH REMEMBERS TRIP FROM ENGLAND TO ESTABLISH STEEL MILL 13
November 21, 1957 OUR TOWN (SEABLOOM, WALTER) 10
November 21, 1957 COUNTY PLANNERS ASKED TO REZONE JUANITA AREA FOR SHOPPING CENTER 1
November 21, 1957 BAKERY EXPANDS STAFF FROM 4 TO 18 PERSONS (STENSLAND'S) 7
November 21, 1957 SCHOOL ANNOUNCES EMERGENCY SCHEDULE (WEATHER) 8
November 21, 1957 STUDENTS REPORT ON SCIENCE CLUB NEWLY ORGANIZED AT HIGH SCHOOL 3
November 21, 1957 PATRICIA ANN VNUK, RICHARD PARTINGTON 13
November 21, 1957 REGATTA, AROUND-THE-LAKE-HIKE, PROPOSED FOR KIRKLAND CARNIVAL 9
November 21, 1957 HOUGHTON FIREMEN STUDY NEW METHODS 8
November 21, 1957 $11500 IN COURT COSTS LAST OF KAESER LAWSUIT 1
November 21, 1957 CITY WITHDRAWS FROM LAND SUIT (HOUGHTON - OVERLAKE PARK) 1
November 21, 1957 ENGINEER RECOMMENDS $1200 REDUCTION IN LID 97 ASSESSMENTS 1
November 21, 1957 FOUR POSITIONS OPEN ON COUNCIL 9
November 21, 1957 THIS IS RAY FOSTER'S PRIDE 'N JOY (PHOTO OF TRACTOR) 3
November 21, 1957 TOWN COUNCIL TO MEET MORE OFTEN 8
November 21, 1957 MRS HANNAH REMEMBERS TRIP FROM ENGLAND TO ESTABLISH STEEL MILL 13
November 21, 1957 CITY WITHDRAWS FROM LAND SUIT (HOUGHTON - OVERLAKE PARK) 1
November 21, 1957 HOUGHTON FIREMEN STUDY NEW METHODS 8
November 21, 1957 ATTORNEY STUDIES WITHDRAWAL PLAN IN JUANITA AREA (WATER DISTRICT) 9
November 21, 1957 COUNTY PLANNERS ASKED TO REZONE JUANITA AREA FOR SHOPPING CENTER 1
November 21, 1957 $11500 IN COURT COSTS LAST OF KAESER LAWSUIT 1
November 21, 1957 GREGORY KILLER STILL AT LARGE AFTER 3 WEEKS 1
November 21, 1957 MATILLA, WARNER 8
November 21, 1957 REV WARNECK TO BE HONORED 7
November 21, 1957 COST OF SECOND LAKE BRIDGE SOARS INTO ASTRONOMICAL FIGURES 2
November 21, 1957 COULD COMPLETE FREEWAY TIE-IN SOMETIME IN '61 1
November 21, 1957 PUBLIC MEETING ON SPAN APPROVAL MONDAY NIGHT 1
November 21, 1957 WARNING SIGNS ON HIGHWAY WHERE MAN DIED 8
November 21, 1957 WOODINVILLE WAY TO GET BRIDGE OVER HIGHWAY 1 7
November 21, 1957 ATTORNEY STUDIES WITHDRAWAL PLAN IN JUANITA AREA (WATER DISTRICT) 9
November 21, 1957 CAROL LEE NARBUCK, ROBERT STERLING SIMPSON 12
November 28, 1957 COMPANY SEEKS AID IN LOCATING HEIRS OF CHRIST JENSEN 3
November 28, 1957 JUANITA REZONE REQUEST TABLED BY DEVELOPERS 1
November 28, 1957 PLAN VENICE-TYPE DEVELOPMENT HERE; HOUGHTON - BAY CENTER TALKED 1
November 28, 1957 BAKERY OBSERVES 2ND ANNIVERSARY (STENSLAND'S) 8
November 28, 1957 MEL LOVE HEADS DIMES CAMPAIGN 5
November 28, 1957 PLAN VENICE-TYPE DEVELOPMENT HERE; HOUGHTON - BAY CENTER TALKED 1
November 28, 1957 SANTA WILL ARRIVE SATURDAY AT 2 WITH CHRISTMAS TREE, CANDY CANES 1
November 28, 1957 PLAN VENICE-TYPE DEVELOPMENT HERE; HOUGHTON - BAY CENTER TALKED 1
November 28, 1957 JUANITA REZONE REQUEST TABLED BY DEVELOPERS 1
November 28, 1957 APPEAL MADE BY SHERIFF AND STAFF (GREGORY MURDER) 2
November 28, 1957 BOERJAN, MRS PETER 7
November 28, 1957 CHAPMAN, MILES 7
November 28, 1957 CLAPP, JOHN IRVING 3
November 28, 1957 FRASER, WILLIAM 3
November 28, 1957 GRUENER, EMMA SOPHIA 3
November 28, 1957 REUTER, HERMAN 3
November 28, 1957 TALLINI, ANGELO N 3
November 28, 1957 ROTARY GOVERNOR VISITS EAST SIDE 2
November 28, 1957 EAST SIDE MAYORS, COUNCILMEN IN FRONT AGAINST BRIDGE PLAN 1
November 28, 1957 GOV'S REP SAYS EVERGREEN COULD BE BUILT 3.5 YEARS AHEAD OF PARALLEL 1
November 28, 1957 KAREN SYLVIA KENNARD, EDWIN JOSEPH MOEN JR 6
December 5, 1957 BOB "LONE STAR" DIETZ, THINKING OF NEW USE FOR OLD STILL (PHOTO) 3
December 5, 1957 TADEJ FAMILY USES MUSIC AS MEANS OF EXPRESSING QUALITY OF HOME 10
December 5, 1957 CITY'S DECORATIVE HOLIDAY GARB TRIBUTE TO JUNIOR C OF C SPIRIT 9
December 5, 1957 GIFTED CHILDREN RECEIVE SCHOOL BOARD ATTENTION 10
December 5, 1957 GERI OLSON, LEE LEAKE 12
December 5, 1957 RECENT RESIDENT PROTESTS USE OF POISON FOR RATS (SCHROEDER) 1
December 5, 1957 CITY FATHERS SANCTION FEES (KAESER SUIT) 1
December 5, 1957 CITY WILL PURCHASE PROJECT A FOR PARK 1
December 5, 1957 CHRISTMAS TRAIL WILL BEAUTIFY COMMUNITY IN ANNUAL CONTEST 1
December 5, 1957 CITY'S DECORATIVE HOLIDAY GARB TRIBUTE TO JUNIOR C OF C SPIRIT 9
December 5, 1957 JUANITA TELEPHONE SERVICE IMPROVED 1
December 5, 1957 LANGDON ROAD AT JUANITA GETTING FACE LIFTING (PHOTO) 9
December 5, 1957 LOCAL COMMUTERS HIT BY WALKOUT 1
December 5, 1957 ROTERMUND, MARTIN CHARLES 8
December 5, 1957 SMITH, RICHARD A 2
December 5, 1957 CITY WILL PURCHASE PROJECT A FOR PARK 1
December 5, 1957 CITY WILL PURCHASE PROJECT A FOR PARK 1
December 5, 1957 FORMER PASTOR TO TAKE OVER SUNDAY (KENDALL, REV NEWTON - NAZARENE 10
December 5, 1957 REV FORBES WILL LEAVE HERE FOR UNIVERSITY POST 2
December 5, 1957 $73315 SLATER ROAD JOB BEGUN 1
December 5, 1957 AWARD CANAL BRIDGE CONTRACT AS LAKE SPAN DELAY CONTINUES 2
December 5, 1957 EVERGREEN GETS COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION OK 1
December 5, 1957 KIRKLAND APPROVES BRIDGE SITE CHOICE 9
December 5, 1957 LANGDON ROAD AT JUANITA GETTING FACE LIFTING (PHOTO) 9
December 5, 1957 JUANITA TELEPHONE SERVICE IMPROVED 1
December 12, 1957 HEISDORF HOLLYWOOD FARM RECENT MYSTERY AIR PHOTO 9
December 12, 1957 CAPTAIN AND HIS LADY RETIRE HERE FROM LAKES DUTY (TEMPLETON, A E) 2
December 12, 1957 HEISDORF HOLLYWOOD FARM RECENT MYSTERY AIR PHOTO 9
December 12, 1957 EARLY INTEREST SHOWN IN CONTEST TO BEAUTIFY HOMES OF COMMUNITY 1
December 12, 1957 DEBRIS CLEARED BY AUTO PARTS 1
December 12, 1957 GREATER KIRKLAND BOOSTERS HAD BIG 1957; TO ASSIST IN SUMMER CARNIVAL 9
December 12, 1957 EARLY APPEAL TOLD FOR CLOTHING WEEK DRIVE IN JANUARY 1
December 12, 1957 ROD ANDERSON NAMED TO HEAD "MARCH OF DIMES" CAMPAIGN HERE 10
December 12, 1957 UNCLE SAM'S IDEAS ON SAVINGS REFLECTED IN KIDS' THRIFTINESS 13
December 12, 1957 FILING FOR CITY JOBS OPEN TWO WEEKS IN DECEMBER 1
December 12, 1957 SEATTLE CONCERT TO FEATURE EAST SIDE MUSICIANS 15
December 12, 1957 PROGRAM TO PREVENT CHRISTMAS TREE FIRES WILL BE LAUNCHED HERE 2
December 12, 1957 FILING FOR CITY JOBS OPEN TWO WEEKS IN DECEMBER 1
December 12, 1957 COMBINED CHRISTMAS PROGRAM OF WOMAN'S CLUB AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 14
December 12, 1957 EARLY INTEREST SHOWN IN CONTEST TO BEAUTIFY HOMES OF COMMUNITY 1
December 12, 1957 READY PLANS FOR CHRISTMAS SHIP 1
December 12, 1957 HOUGHTON MEN OKEY EVERGREEN BRIDGE LOCATION 1
December 12, 1957 STRIKE AFFECTS 700 PASSENGERS IN KIRKLAND AREA 1
December 12, 1957 GIVE REPRIEVE ON PARKING TICKETS 1
December 12, 1957 FERRELL, MRS CHARLES 3
December 12, 1957 SHINN, FRED W (COL.) 1
December 12, 1957 EQUIPMENT HELPS TO EXPAND "Y", DIRECTOR STATES 11
December 12, 1957 POST OFFICE SETS SATURDAY HOURS 1
December 12, 1957 HEISDORF HOLLYWOOD FARM RECENT MYSTERY AIR PHOTO 9
December 12, 1957 STRIKE AFFECTS 700 PASSENGERS IN KIRKLAND AREA 1
December 12, 1957 AWARD CONTRACT FOR NEW BRIDGE ON 2-A HIGHWAY 9
December 12, 1957 HOUGHTON MEN OKEY EVERGREEN BRIDGE LOCATION 1
December 12, 1957 NO QUESTION ABOUT IT, TUESDAY REALLY WAS A TERRIFIC DAY 7
December 12, 1957 ADELLE NEVA KIDDER, ARTHUR R THOMPSON 14
December 12, 1957 ANNE B DAVIS, HOMER F WEBSTER 7
December 12, 1957 HEATHER YVONNE ROSS, WILLIAM GARY CRIST 14
December 19, 1957 IT'S LIKELY KOREAN GIRL TOPS SANTA'S LIST (BROWN, DEBBIE) 1
December 19, 1957 ONE-TIME LAKE STREET TYCOON NOW LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER (ANDERSON, TOM) 9
December 19, 1957 JUANITANS HEAR SHOPPING CENTER REZONING REQUEST 7
December 19, 1957 MIDNIGHT MASS ON XMAS TO BE FIRST IN NEW HOLY FAMILY CHURCH 8
December 19, 1957 BIDS AWARDED BY COUNCIL FOR CITY BUSINESS 1
December 19, 1957 TEACHING BOY PROPER USE OF GUN URGED IF LAD IS GETTING ONE FOR XMAS 6
December 19, 1957 JUANITANS HEAR SHOPPING CENTER REZONING REQUEST 7
December 19, 1957 THREE COUNTRIES CONSIDERED FOR FOREIGN STUDENT PROGRAM BY LWHS 11
December 19, 1957 MARGARET LEE ADAMS, JERRY L ARMSTRONG 14
December 19, 1957 MARIAN HOWKINS, ARTHUR E HOLT 14
December 19, 1957 BIDS AWARDED BY COUNCIL FOR CITY BUSINESS 1
December 19, 1957 TWO PROTEST LID ASSESSMENTS 8
December 19, 1957 TWO SEEK TO STAY IN COUNCIL SEATS 1
December 19, 1957 CHRISTMAS 'SPIRIT' INVOLVES LOTS OF ACHES, PAINS  AND FORGETTING 2
December 19, 1957 CHURCH SERVICES FOR YULE WEEK WILL FEATURE SPECIAL MUSIC BY CHOIR 1
December 19, 1957 COORDINATORS READY CHRISTMAS BASKETS 9
December 19, 1957 LAWSUIT DROPPED AGAINST HOUGHTON AND MARINA FIRM 2
December 19, 1957 JUANITANS HEAR SHOPPING CENTER REZONING REQUEST 7
December 19, 1957 ARRESTS DO NOT TIE-IN WITH CASE (GREGORY MURDER) 1
December 19, 1957 BUSINESS FIRM REPORTS ROBBERY 7
December 19, 1957 LAWSUIT DROPPED AGAINST HOUGHTON AND MARINA FIRM 2
December 19, 1957 PET OWNERS WARNED ON DOG-NAPPERS WHO STEAL, SEEK REWARD, ABANDON 9
December 19, 1957 ENAULT, HARRY CLIFFORD 12
December 19, 1957 NELSON, RAYMOND 12
December 19, 1957 SMITH, PHILLIP R 1
December 19, 1957 STEWART HEIGHTS GOES FOR $35000 1
December 19, 1957 CHURCH SERVICES FOR YULE WEEK WILL FEATURE SPECIAL MUSIC BY CHOIR 1
December 19, 1957 EAST SIDERS SKEPTICAL OF SAND POINT PLAN 1
December 26, 1957 KIRKLAND COUPLE, WED 50 YEARS, TO HONOR EVENT (BURNARD, HARRY) 1
December 26, 1957 SCHOOL MEN CONSIDERING MORE SEATS FOR FOOTBALL, NEW TRACK 4
December 26, 1957 CHRISTMAS TRAIL ENTRIES GO ON VIEW THIS WEEK 1
December 26, 1957 KIRKLAND MERCHANTS STAGE ANNUAL BABY CONTEST 1
December 26, 1957 CALLING ALL GRADS TO ALUMNI REUNION 1
December 26, 1957 LOCAL DANCERS RECEIVE SPECIAL AWARD (PHOTO) 3
December 26, 1957 JOAN LOUISE HECKER, FREDRICK LOTTSFELDT 5
December 26, 1957 CHRISTMAS TRAIL ENTRIES GO ON VIEW THIS WEEK 1
December 26, 1957 HOUGHTON CONSIDERS CITY ORDINANCES TO OVERCOME GROWTH PROBLEMS 1
December 26, 1957 SHELTON, MERRILL M (LAURABELLE) 1
December 26, 1957 WHITE, MARY 1
December 26, 1957 BRIDGES CAN BE BUILT 1
January 2, 1958 R A DAHL ENDS 35 YEARS WITH STANDARD OIL CO 4
January 2, 1958 FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH LAUNCHES BUILDING DRIVE 5
January 2, 1958 CHRISTMAS TRAIL WINNERS CHOSEN 1
January 2, 1958 MANY GRADUATES ATTEND ANNUAL REUNION FRIDAY 1
January 2, 1958 SCHOOL LEVIES BEING STUDIED BY CITIZENS' ADVISORY GROUP 1
January 2, 1958 BAGGALEY RAPS COMMENTS BY METRO PLAN CHIEF 1
January 2, 1958 CHRISTMAS DINNERS LATE WHEN POWER LINE SNAPS; VOLUNTEERS AID TRAFFIC 1
January 2, 1958 CHRISTMAS TRAIL WINNERS CHOSEN 1
January 2, 1958 AMONG CHRISTMAS PRANKSTERS WAS VANDAL WHO CUT DOWN JUANITAN'S TREE 2
January 2, 1958 RARE COINS STOLEN BY HOLIDAY THIEF 1
January 2, 1958 REWARD OFFERED FOR GREGORY KILLER 1
January 2, 1958 VETERINARIAN CARL SCHNEIDER MOVES TO NEW $30000 ANIMAL HOSPITAL 2
January 2, 1958 BORNONG, CLARENCE 1
January 2, 1958 BRADSHAW, JOSEPH BURTON 1
January 2, 1958 CARLSON, HILMA 2
January 2, 1958 MCELNEA, AGNES 2
January 2, 1958 TWO FILE FOR CITY TREASURER 1
January 2, 1958 SAND POINT BOND ISSUE DEAD 1
January 2, 1958 CHRISTMAS DINNERS LATE WHEN POWER LINE SNAPS; VOLUNTEERS AID TRAFFIC 1
January 2, 1958 CHRISTMAS DINNERS LATE WHEN POWER LINE SNAPS; VOLUNTEERS AID TRAFFIC 1
January 2, 1958 JUDITH ELWELL, OLIN EARL KELLER JR 6
January 9, 1958 TAUSANS OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING 3
January 9, 1958 WHERE TO BANK IS ARGUED BY COUNCIL; DECISION UP IN AIR 1
January 9, 1958 HARGITT FAMILY OF SEATTLE CALLS 'OSAGE' HOME 9
January 9, 1958 JANE VERTREES, FORMER REPORTER WITH JOURNAL, NOW ISLAND SCRIBE 6
January 9, 1958 SOLDIER'S SON WINS HOST OF PRIZES FOR 1ST BABY (FOSTER, WILLIAM) 1
January 9, 1958 CONSIDER PROPERTY FOR WAREHOUSING 2
January 9, 1958 ARCHBISHOP TO DEDICATE HOLY FAMILY PARISH PLANT (PHOTO) 1
January 9, 1958 NEW CARPET FIBER AVAILABLE IN LOCAL STORE 7
January 9, 1958 DANKLEFSEN NEW HEAD OF KIRKLAND CHAMBER 7
January 9, 1958 OPEN HOUSE PLANNED TO SHOW OFF WORK OF ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES 1
January 9, 1958 SCHOOL JOBS ARE UP FOR ELECTION 1
January 9, 1958 JUNE DIANE MERRILL, PAUL A WEED 8
January 9, 1958 NORLENE SPRINGSTEEL, ROBERT KYCEK 8
January 9, 1958 CITY AND POLLUTION COMMISSION AT ODDS ON SEWER PLANT GRADE 3
January 9, 1958 OSTRANDER GARAGE BURNS TO GROUND 1
January 9, 1958 CITY AND POLLUTION COMMISSION AT ODDS ON SEWER PLANT GRADE 3
January 9, 1958 UTILITY TAX EXTENSION, STREET LEVY PROPOSED 1
January 9, 1958 WHERE TO BANK IS ARGUED BY COUNCIL; DECISION UP IN AIR 1
January 9, 1958 SCHOOL KIDS TO RECEIVE 'SHOTS' DURING JANUARY 7
January 9, 1958 GREGORY REWARD FUND LAUNCHED 2
January 9, 1958 RADAR IN USE HERE FOR POLICING SPEED ON MAIN KIRKLAND STREETS 1
January 9, 1958 BUCKLEY, NELLIE 1
January 9, 1958 KOTTKE TWINS 9
January 9, 1958 PETERSON, LENA 5
January 9, 1958 STROPE, HENRY T 5
January 9, 1958 KIRKLAND WOMAN'S CLUB OBSERVES BIRTHDAY AT ROARING 20S MEETING 8
January 9, 1958 F L 'BILL' BOWEN SEEKS CITY POST 7
January 9, 1958 SANDRA LEE MCLACHLAN, DAVID MCGILL COATS 8
January 16, 1958 EMERSON NEIGHBOR GETTING SET FOR RETIREMENT; EXPERIENCE NOT NEW 12
January 16, 1958 JIM MYNAR IS NEW EAGLE SCOUT 9
January 16, 1958 MRS BERTHA MCLAUGHLIN'S SIXTY-YEAR DREAM OF WORLD TOUR NOW IS REAL 1
January 16, 1958 OUR TOWN (SCHOONOVER, KENNETH LEE) 2
January 16, 1958 MOST RECENT MYSTERY AIR PHOTO PROVED DIFFICULT (FULLER HOME) 3
January 16, 1958 DUN & BRADSTREET RELEASE SHOWS GAIN IN NUMBER OF BUSINESS FIRMS 8
January 16, 1958 OWNERS OF SPUDNUT SHOP DELAY GRAND OPENING FOR IMPROVEMENTS 5
January 16, 1958 KIRKLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OFFICERS FOR 1958 (PHOTO) 6
January 16, 1958 MARINE PARK COMPLETION HIGHLIGHTS '57 CHAMBER-COMMERCE PROJECT 9
January 16, 1958 DIMES CAMPAIGN HERE SATURDAY NETS OVER $147 9
January 16, 1958 FIREMEN LEARN CD TECHNIQUES 2
January 16, 1958 FREE COURSE IN HANDLING GUNS WILL PROLONG LIVES 9
January 16, 1958 CITIZENS ADVISE RAISING $195,000 FOR SCHOOLS BY SPECIAL MILLAGE 2
January 16, 1958 DARLENE MCGINNNIS, E L VAN STONE 11
January 16, 1958 HOUGHTON SEWER PROJECT DELAYED FOR LACK OF FUNDS, MAYOR REPORTS 3
January 16, 1958 DONATIONS BOOST GREGORY FUND TO $624 THIS WEEK 1
January 16, 1958 TRIO OF YOUTHS SURPRISED WHILE STEALING GAS FROM REDMOND FIRM 1
January 16, 1958 SKENE, JOHNATHAN 2
January 16, 1958 TYLER, FRANK M 2
January 16, 1958 WESTBY, THEODORE B 11
January 16, 1958 KIRKLAND AND ROSE HILL GROUPS HOLD JOINT GIRL SCOUT CEREMONY 6
January 16, 1958 MOST RECENT MYSTERY AIR PHOTO PROVED DIFFICULT (FULLER HOME) 3
January 16, 1958 LUTHERAN PASTOR LEAVING CHURCH FOR NEW POST (RAAUM, ERNEST J) 12
January 16, 1958 REV CHAS LOYER LEAVING; NAMED OLYMPIA PASTOR 12
January 16, 1958 DUN & BRADSTREET RELEASE SHOWS GAIN IN NUMBER OF BUSINESS FIRMS 8
January 16, 1958 CURB OF TEEN-AGE TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS DEMANDED 1
January 16, 1958 MARKET LIGHT URGED 1
January 16, 1958 CLAUDIA HARDENBROOK, HEINZ HOHMANN 10
January 16, 1958 ELAINE LAPHAM, DAVID R ROUSE 10
January 16, 1958 LESLEY STARK, ROWLAND TABOR 10
January 16, 1958 PEARL GARDNER, WILLIAM C TAYLOR 11
January 23, 1958 KIRKLAND SINGER WILL BE FEATURED IN SEATTLE (LARSON, MARGARET) 7
January 23, 1958 JUANITA PTA OPPOSES NEW SHOPPING CENTER 1
January 23, 1958 CHAMBER POINTS WAY FOR 1958 5
January 23, 1958 CLOTHING WEEK SCHEDULED FOR DISTRICT SCHOOLS 7
January 23, 1958 MARKET STREET TRAFFIC (LETTER TO EDITOR) 2
January 23, 1958 SCHOOL LEVIES WOULD RAISE $180,800 1
January 23, 1958 STUDENTS MUST KEEP UP WORK, RULE DECREES 1
January 23, 1958 SHARI HALLEN, KENNETH ALFORD 10
January 23, 1958 HOUGHTON POSTS SOUGHT BY FIVE 9
January 23, 1958 JUANITA PTA OPPOSES NEW SHOPPING CENTER 1
January 23, 1958 CURFEW TO STAY AT 11; PROMISE OF ENFORCEMENT 1
January 23, 1958 GREGORY FUND, NOW $733, TERMINATES NEXT WEEK 1
January 23, 1958 ASPEGREN, WILBUR EDWIN 1
January 23, 1958 SANDERSON, MRS ENGEBORG 2
January 23, 1958 LOCAL Y BRANCH ACTIVE 15 YEARS 7
January 23, 1958 HOUGHTON POSTS SOUGHT BY FIVE 9
January 23, 1958 MAYNARD NELSON SEEKS POSITION ON SCHOOL BOARD 1
January 23, 1958 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT'S DRAWING SHOWS NEW PARK POSSIBILITIES 9
January 23, 1958 MARKET STREET TRAFFIC (LETTER TO EDITOR) 2
January 23, 1958 STREET OVERHEAD LIGHTS ASKED FOR 5
January 23, 1958 STREET PROJECT WILL BE PUT TO VOTE IN MARCH 1
January 23, 1958 LAILA HAMMOND, WESLEY UHLMAN 10
January 30, 1958 OUR TOWN (HAVLIK, CHARLES) 2
January 30, 1958 JUANITA SHOPPING CENTER ZONING CHANGE DENIED 1
January 30, 1958 WORK STARTED ON BOWLING ALLEYS 4
January 30, 1958 CATHCART PLACE MYSTERY PHOTO FEATURE 5
January 30, 1958 BUSINESSMAN QUESTIONS KIRKLAND'S 5-MILL TAX PLAN FOR STREETS 1
January 30, 1958 CANTEEN HOURS WILL NOT CHANGE 5
January 30, 1958 NO BUSINESS MAN IS TOO BUSY FOR CHAMBER WORK 1
January 30, 1958 JUANITA SHOPPING CENTER ZONING CHANGE DENIED 1
January 30, 1958 APPROXIMATELY 30% OF GRADUATES FROM HERE MOVE ON TO COLLEGE 9
January 30, 1958 HIGH SCHOOL SCIENTISTS LAUNCH ROCKET MISSILE 1
January 30, 1958 COLLEEN COLGROVE, ROBERT E HAVLIK 10
January 30, 1958 MAYOR BRIEFS COUNCIL ON ROAD (BLACKTOP) 1
January 30, 1958 CATHCART PLACE MYSTERY PHOTO FEATURE 5
January 30, 1958 HOUGHTON DOCK IS DISCUSSED 1
January 30, 1958 NINE FILE FOR HOUGHTON CITY COUNCIL SEATS 1
January 30, 1958 JUANITA SHOPPING CENTER ZONING CHANGE DENIED 1
January 30, 1958 MAY ASK FOR BOND ISSUE TO SETTLE WATER PROBLEM 1
January 30, 1958 3 BOY BURGLARS CAUGHT 1
January 30, 1958 ANDRE, MARY S 3
January 30, 1958 LISLE, A W 2
January 30, 1958 EAST SIDE YMCA REPORTS 50245 ATTENDED FUNCTIONS DURING 1957 2
January 30, 1958 NINE FILE FOR HOUGHTON CITY COUNCIL SEATS 1
January 30, 1958 CATHCART PLACE MYSTERY PHOTO FEATURE 5
January 30, 1958 SWIMMING CLASSES FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS ARE SCHEDULED FOR POOL HERE 4
January 30, 1958 WORK STARTED ON BOWLING ALLEYS 4
January 30, 1958 HOUGHTON DOCK IS DISCUSSED 1
January 30, 1958 AL LELAND URGES GOVERNOR IGNORE SEATTLE ON SPAN 1
January 30, 1958 BUSINESSMAN QUESTIONS KIRKLAND'S 5-MILL TAX PLAN FOR STREETS 1
January 30, 1958 LOWER INTEREST RATES CONDUCIVE TO CONSTRUCTING SECOND LAKE BRIDGE 9
January 30, 1958 MAYOR BRIEFS COUNCIL ON ROAD (BLACKTOP) 1
January 30, 1958 MAY ASK FOR BOND ISSUE TO SETTLE WATER PROBLEM 1
January 30, 1958 LINDA LINDBLOM, MAURICE CHRIS OTTMAR 10
January 30, 1958 PHYLLIS THURMAN, SAMUEL CONOVER 10
February 6, 1958 NBC AWARDED CITY'S BANKING ON SECOND BID 1
February 6, 1958 TALENTED TWINS TAKE SPOTLIGHT WITH THEIR MUSIC (HALL, JOAN & JEAN 5
February 6, 1958 ICE CREAM PLANT DAMAGED BY FIRE 9
February 6, 1958 EAST SIDE JUNIOR COLLEGE CONSIDERED 1
February 6, 1958 MOTHERS' MARCH NETS OVER $1500 AND MORE DUE 9
February 6, 1958 ADULT STUDENTS HOLD OPEN HOUSE (PHOTO) 10
February 6, 1958 EAST SIDE JUNIOR COLLEGE CONSIDERED 1
February 6, 1958 HIGH SCHOOL GROUP HOPES TO BRING FOREIGN STUDENT HERE NEXT YEAR 8
February 6, 1958 JUNIOR HIGH PERIOD IS NECESSARY FOR PREPARATION, SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT 9
February 6, 1958 STATE AUDITOR GIVES SCHOOL DISTRICT EXCELLENT RATING FOR RECORDS 9
February 6, 1958 STUDENTS START TEACHING HERE IN LW SCHOOLS 6
February 6, 1958 JOBS ARE OPEN IN POST OFFICE 10
February 6, 1958 MARILYN GAY JONDALL, ALBERT D VALESKO 11
February 6, 1958 SHARON CAST, DEAN HOEL 10
February 6, 1958 FIRE DISTRICT ZONES IMPROVED 3
February 6, 1958 ICE CREAM PLANT DAMAGED BY FIRE 9
February 6, 1958 CITY COUNCILMEN BACK MAYOR IN OPPOSING METRO 1
February 6, 1958 NBC AWARDED CITY'S BANKING ON SECOND BID 1
February 6, 1958 CITY COUNCILMEN BACK MAYOR IN OPPOSING METRO 1
February 6, 1958 MANY STUDENTS RECEIVE SHOTS IN FIRST ROUND 9
February 6, 1958 KIRKLAND HEADQUARTERS FOR GOLF TEE AND YARDAGE MARKER MANUFACTURING 5
February 6, 1958 DRIVER SLUGGED, ROBBED HERE IN DAYLIGHT ASSAULT 1
February 6, 1958 NEW POLICE CAR DELIVERED TO COMMISSIONER (PHOTO) 5
February 6, 1958 SAMPLE OF AGGRAVATING VANDALISM (PHOTO OF TIRE-TRACKS ON LAWN) 2
February 6, 1958 INTERESTING FACTS CONCERNING PUBLIC LIBRARY REVEALED IN REPORT 6
February 6, 1958 HARTIG, LIBERTY 1
February 6, 1958 HOLMES, BEATRICE D 1
February 6, 1958 LENNOX, DORA 1
February 6, 1958 PHELPS, PATSY MARIE 1
February 6, 1958 JOBS ARE OPEN IN POST OFFICE 10
February 6, 1958 BRIDGE USERS GROUP FAVORS IMMEDIATE STAGE CONSTRUCTION AT EVERGREEN 9
February 6, 1958 WINDSTORM DOWNS POWER LINES, DISRUPTS SERVICE OVER ENTIRE AREA 1
February 6, 1958 CAROL HULL, DALTON ODELL SMITH 10
February 13, 1958 HEARTS-FLOWERS THEME STILL GOES FOR KIRKLAND COUPLE (BARRIE, BEN) 9
February 13, 1958 BRAZILIAN SCHOOLMARM OFF FOR CAPITOL, HOME (DE OLIVIERA, ETTY) 6
February 13, 1958 OUR TOWN (SPENCER, JACK) 2
February 13, 1958 LAKE HILLS CHURCH DEDICATION SLATED FOR NEXT SUNDAY 6
February 13, 1958 CHAMBER TO TAKE ACTION ON "TORRID" METRO PLAN 1
February 13, 1958 JUNIOR CHAMBER MAKING SURVEY OF 'OUR TOWN' 9
February 13, 1958 CORRECT TRUANCY AT JUNIOR HIGH 1
February 13, 1958 KIDS' FRIEND FOR 1957 TO BE NAMED AT BANQUET 1
February 13, 1958 CONDITIONS OF DOWNTOWN STREETS PATHETIC 2
February 13, 1958 BASIC SKILLS DEVELOPED ALONG WITH NEW INTERESTS AT ELEMENTARY LEVEL 9
February 13, 1958 BRAZILIAN SCHOOLMARM OFF FOR CAPITOL, HOME (DE OLIVIERA, ETTY) 6
February 13, 1958 CORRECT TRUANCY AT JUNIOR HIGH 1
February 13, 1958 BEVERLY ANN COLLINS, JACK ANDERSON SMITH 11
February 13, 1958 JUDY JAMES, ALAN SJOLANDER 10
February 13, 1958 CONCERT SLATED FOR BARBERSHOP SINGING GROUPS 7
February 13, 1958 CHAMBER TO TAKE ACTION ON "TORRID" METRO PLAN 1
February 13, 1958 HOUGHTON PASSES AUTO ORDINANCE 1
February 13, 1958 ASPHALTIC PLANT HEARING SET FOR NEXT THURSDAY 9
February 13, 1958 JUANITANS' WELL MENDED QUICKLY 9
February 13, 1958 JUANITANS WILL REVIEW WATER DISTRICT PROPOSAL 3
February 13, 1958 HOUGHTON PASSES AUTO ORDINANCE 1
February 13, 1958 LATEST CONTRIBUTION BOOSTS FUND TO $1000 (GREGORY CASE) 9
February 13, 1958 STREET DUMPING PROVES COSTLY 1
February 13, 1958 NEW OPTOMETRISTS OPEN PRACTICE HERE (ANDRIESEN) 8
February 13, 1958 KIRTLEY, BESSIE E 1
February 13, 1958 PADUANO, MARY 7
February 13, 1958 TURTAINEN, ANNA 7
February 13, 1958 SOMETHING NEW IN WINTER SPORTS (WATER SKIING PHOTO) 7
February 13, 1958 SOMETHING NEW IN WINTER SPORTS (WATER SKIING PHOTO) 7
February 13, 1958 20-MILE ZONE NEAR ROSE HILL SCHOOL ORDERED TO PREVENT MISHAPS 1
February 13, 1958 JUANITANS' WELL MENDED QUICKLY 9
February 13, 1958 JUANITANS WILL REVIEW WATER DISTRICT PROPOSAL 3
February 13, 1958 RATE INCREASE REQUEST FILED BY WEST COAST (TELEPHONE) 1
February 20, 1958 MUSIC GROUP RETURNS HERE BY POPULAR DEMAND (SEATTLE SYMPHONY) 9
February 20, 1958 IT WAS BIG DAY FOR GUST HOLMBERG WHEN HE CELEBRATED 75TH BIRTHDAY 6
February 20, 1958 SCHOOL DISTRICT BUYS HEIGHTS PROPERTY 1
February 20, 1958 DRAPERY FIRM PLANS NEW MOBILE SERVICE 5
February 20, 1958 KIRKLAND MERCHANTS TO OFFER FREE TRIPS TO PALM SPRINGS 1
February 20, 1958 OIL COMPANY GETS NOD FOR NEW STATION (CARTER OIL) 1
February 20, 1958 CHAMBER AGAINST METRO 1
February 20, 1958 CHAMBER LISTS 11 POINTS IN PROGRAM FOR STEPPING UP ACTIVITIES 8
February 20, 1958 KIRKLAND'S POLIO DRIVE RESULTS UP 9
February 20, 1958 PARENTS OBJECT TO BUS SCHEDULE 1
February 20, 1958 DIANE BETTY MAKI, KENNETH R SOLENE 10
February 20, 1958 HERE'S YOUR CHANCE GALS TO BECOME MISS AMERICA 5
February 20, 1958 CITY'S TERMS FOR FINANCING PARK ACCEPTED (PROJECT A) 1
February 20, 1958 MAYOR ASKS FOR APPROVAL OF 5-MILL LEVY AT MARCH ELECTION 1
February 20, 1958 CHAMBER AGAINST METRO 1
February 20, 1958 JUANITA'S MOUNTAIN VIEW PICKLE PLANT IS AMBITIOUS VENTURE (KLEIN) 7
February 20, 1958 JUANITA'S MOUNTAIN VIEW PICKLE PLANT IS AMBITIOUS VENTURE (KLEIN) 7
February 20, 1958 ROSE HILL RESIDENT REPORTED MISSING (CLARK, RON) 1
February 20, 1958 LIST OF ADULT BOOKS ADVISED FOR YOUNG READERS READY AT LIBRARY 9
February 20, 1958 BEHNER, JESSIE 2
February 20, 1958 HUNT, MAYNARD 2
February 20, 1958 PARENTS' CLUB FINDS OPERATION OF SCHOOL DANCES FUN 10
February 20, 1958 SCHOOL DISTRICT BUYS HEIGHTS PROPERTY 1
February 20, 1958 TRIO WHO OPERATE OLYMPUS SWIM POOL TO OPEN EAST SIDE POOL 9
February 20, 1958 CITY'S TERMS FOR FINANCING PARK ACCEPTED (PROJECT A) 1
February 20, 1958 MISSION TO OPEN AT HOLY FAMILY CHURCH FOR WEEK 11
February 20, 1958 PARENTS OBJECT TO BUS SCHEDULE 1
February 20, 1958 SEATTLE COUNCIL HOPEFUL URGES EVERGREEN SITE (BRIDGE) 5
February 20, 1958 STATE SAYS CITY TO LIGHT WALKS ALONG MARKET 1
February 27, 1958 STABLES CHOSEN FOR TV PROGRAM, SUCCESS STORY (JIMMIE RAINWATER'S) 10
February 27, 1958 CITY CLERK DELUGED WITH BOW TIES (PHOTO OF FITCH, LOREN) 9
February 27, 1958 DR FEEK NAMED KIDS' FRIEND AT NOMINEES DINNER 1
February 27, 1958 GERMAN GIRL AT REDMOND COURSE IS FORMER MODEL (PATTON, RUTH SULTZ 1
February 27, 1958 MERCHANTS HEAR STREET LEVY DEBATE 1
February 27, 1958 DR FEEK NAMED KIDS' FRIEND AT NOMINEES DINNER 1
February 27, 1958 CHAMPION LAKERS START DISTRICT PLAY 1
February 27, 1958 TIMELY SCIENCE PREVIEWS SHOWN JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH ASSEMBLIES 12
February 27, 1958 TWENTY-FIVE PRESIDENTS HAVE SERVED COMMUNITY (ROSE HILL PTA) 7
February 27, 1958 "FASHIONS ON FIFTH AVENUE" IS STYLE SHOW THEME 10
February 27, 1958 MISS SEATTLE RAINIER TO GET TRIP ACROSS ATLANTIC 9
February 27, 1958 LAKE ISSUE IS "PANIC BUTTON" FOR METRO ADHERENTS 8
February 27, 1958 HOUGHTON NEEDS SEWER PATRONAGE 2
February 27, 1958 HOUGHTON RULES BY ORDINANCE ON BUILDING MOVING 2
February 27, 1958 RESTRICT ASPHALT PLANT AT JUANITA 2
February 27, 1958 RESTRICT ASPHALT PLANT AT JUANITA 2
February 27, 1958 LAKE ISSUE IS "PANIC BUTTON" FOR METRO ADHERENTS 8
February 27, 1958 YOUNG LISTENERS LEARN PEDESTRIAN SAFETY (PHOTO) 9
February 27, 1958 STABLES CHOSEN FOR TV PROGRAM, SUCCESS STORY (JIMMIE RAINWATER'S) 10
February 27, 1958 STRASSER, WILLIAM 6
February 27, 1958 TWENTY-FIVE PRESIDENTS HAVE SERVED COMMUNITY (ROSE HILL PTA) 7
February 27, 1958 NEW ORTHOPEDIC CLUB NAMED FOR LAURA J MILLER, FORMER TEACHER 11
February 27, 1958 CHAMPION LAKERS START DISTRICT PLAY 1
February 27, 1958 PLANE ARRIVES, TAKES PASSENGER FOR RIDE (PHOTO) 9
February 27, 1958 GOVERNOR POINTS TO BETTER MONEY MARKET ON SPAN 9
February 27, 1958 MERCHANTS HEAR STREET LEVY DEBATE 1
February 27, 1958 COMMISSIONERS GIVEN QUIZZING AT WATER PARLEY 6
February 27, 1958 EAST SIDE SEWER COUNCIL PLANNED 1
February 27, 1958 HOUGHTON NEEDS SEWER PATRONAGE 2
February 27, 1958 THE WEATHER WAS VERY FAIR - THEN VARY FOUL  (PHOTOS) 1
February 27, 1958 WIND DAMAGES UTILITIES AND LAKEFRONT DOCKS 1
February 27, 1958 SHARI LOU HALLEN, KENNETH NEIL ALFORD 10
March 6, 1958 FAMILY OF BABY GIRL DESCENDANT OF VICE PRESIDENT (KING, VERA MARIE) 9
March 6, 1958 OUR TOWN (MUNZINGER, LEONA) 10
March 6, 1958 ROSE HILL PIONEER ENDS PROWL OF RACCOON WILLIE (CATHCART, EVE) 1
March 6, 1958 FAMILY OF BABY GIRL DESCENDANT OF VICE PRESIDENT (KING, VERA MARIE) 9
March 6, 1958 WORK WILL START SOON ON $24000 HOSPITAL PROJECT 1
March 6, 1958 STORES BUILD MODERN FRONTS 9
March 6, 1958 ADVISORY GROUP BOOSTING PASSAGE OF SCHOOL LEVIES 2
March 6, 1958 COLLEGE WORKSHOP TO BE REPEATED AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ON MARCH 15 2
March 6, 1958 HIGH SCHOOL'S REVISED HONOR ROLL NAMES 78 BRIGHT STUDENTS ON LIST 7
March 6, 1958 JUNIOR HIGH HONOR STUDENTS LISTED; 14 PUPILS MAKE STRAIGHT "A" 6
March 6, 1958 SCHOOL AND STREET BONDS, METRO ON BALLOT 1
March 6, 1958 BARBERSHOP QUARTETS TO APPEAR 14
March 6, 1958 GOOD ATTENDANCE ASSURES SUCCESS OF '58 EAST SIDE PARADE OF MUSIC 2
March 6, 1958 PERFORMANCES READIED FOR TALENT SHOW 9
March 6, 1958 CITY RECEIVES INQUIRY INTO WATERSHED TIMBER 2
March 6, 1958 ORIENTAL MUSIC, COSTUMES TO MARK THEME OF LAKEVIEW'S FESTIVAL 6
March 6, 1958 CITY WILL DECIDE ON EXTENSION OF LAKE ST PARKING 1
March 6, 1958 OFFICIALS PLAN DRIVE TO 'GET OUT THE CITY VOTE' 3
March 6, 1958 SCHOOL AND STREET BONDS, METRO ON BALLOT 1
March 6, 1958 METRO PLAN PROVING FAILURE IN MIAMI 1
March 6, 1958 NINE WILL SEEK HOUGHTON POSTS 2
March 6, 1958 TWO MEN FINED FOR SWINDLING 1
March 6, 1958 SKIPPER, BOATS AND PEOPLE COOPERATE IN FILMING TV FEATURE 13
March 6, 1958 WORK WILL START SOON ON $24000 HOSPITAL PROJECT 1
March 6, 1958 FLORIN, GUSTAV 9
March 6, 1958 GRIMM, VERNA 12
March 6, 1958 NAF, MARGARET 14
March 6, 1958 KIRKLAND CITY TREASURER'S JOB SOUGHT BY TWO 5
March 6, 1958 NINE WILL SEEK HOUGHTON POSTS 2
March 6, 1958 POLLING PLACES LISTED BY CITY 1
March 6, 1958 SCHOOL AND STREET BONDS, METRO ON BALLOT 1
March 6, 1958 SKIPPER, BOATS AND PEOPLE COOPERATE IN FILMING TV FEATURE 13
March 6, 1958 CITY WILL DECIDE ON EXTENSION OF LAKE ST PARKING 1
March 6, 1958 FEDERAL FUNDS FOR FREEWAY LINKED WITH DEFINITE LOCATION OF BRIDGE 9
March 6, 1958 MARKET LIGHTING HINGES ON VISIT FROM STATE MEN 1
March 6, 1958 SCHOOL AND STREET BONDS, METRO ON BALLOT 1
March 6, 1958 NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY DUE 1
March 6, 1958 TELEPHONE COMPANY ANNOUNCES EXPANSION PROGRAM FOR KIRKLAND 3
March 6, 1958 CHARLOTTE URBAN, GIL OLSON 12
March 13, 1958 COUPLE SOJOURNS IN ARIZONA FOR SILVER WEDDING (SNYDER, RAYMOND) 10
March 13, 1958 SURE'N B'GORRAH IT'S MOLLY RYAN WHO'S OUR IRISH COLLEEN FOR 1958 1
March 13, 1958 YOUNG MAN WITH A HORN WILL TOUR EUROPE (BOYLE, JERRY) 9
March 13, 1958 SHERIFF WARNS AGAINST GUNS (BRIDLE TRAILS) 4
March 13, 1958 JUNIOR HIGH'S VOCATIONAL PROGRAM COMPLIMENTS COLLEGE WORKSHOP 9
March 13, 1958 KIRKLAND TURNS DOWN METRO, SCHOOL BONDS 1
March 13, 1958 BARBERSHOP QUARTETTES PLAN POPULAR PROGRAM OF SONGS 5
March 13, 1958 KIRKLAND BEAUTIES IN MISS WASHINGTON CONTEST 1
March 13, 1958 BRUCE FLANAGAN WINS CITY POST 1
March 13, 1958 KIRKLAND TURNS DOWN METRO, SCHOOL BONDS 1
March 13, 1958 KIRKLAND TURNS DOWN METRO, SCHOOL BONDS 1
March 13, 1958 HEALTH DEPT REPORTS GIVE KIRKLAND BLACK EYE 2
March 13, 1958 SURE'N B'GORRAH IT'S MOLLY RYAN WHO'S OUR IRISH COLLEEN FOR 1958 1
March 13, 1958 DIEHL WINS NEW HOUGHTON POST; INCUMBENTS STAY 1
March 13, 1958 HOUGHTON SENDS ZONING REQUEST BACK TO PLANNERS 2
March 13, 1958 WESTERN PNEUMATIC, SUPERIOR TUBE FIRMS TO EXCHANGE TECHNICAL DATA 7
March 13, 1958 BOND ISSUES IN JUANITA WATER DISTRICT LOSES 1
March 13, 1958 HEALTH DEPT REPORTS GIVE KIRKLAND BLACK EYE 2
March 13, 1958 ASSIGN NEW MAN FOR STATE PATROL (MORRISON, HARRY L) 4
March 13, 1958 SHERIFF WARNS AGAINST GUNS (BRIDLE TRAILS) 4
March 13, 1958 FITCH, LOREN 1
March 13, 1958 JENSEN, JENS 5
March 13, 1958 OLSON, PER EMEL 1
March 13, 1958 TRUNKHILL, THOMAS A 1
March 13, 1958 CAMP FIRE GIRLS AND BLUE BIRDS PREPARE FOR BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION 5
March 13, 1958 KIRKLAND TURNS DOWN METRO, SCHOOL BONDS 1
March 13, 1958 PIRATE HOOP VICTORY OUSTS KANGAROO FIVE 4
March 13, 1958 CITY SEEKS TO NAME PARK ACQUIRED FROM US (PROJECT A) 6
March 13, 1958 HEALTH DEPT REPORTS GIVE KIRKLAND BLACK EYE 2
March 13, 1958 BAPTISTS TO HOST GUEST EVANGELIST (CROWELL, REV ELTON) 11
March 13, 1958 STREET LEVY IN KIRKLAND APPROVED 1
March 13, 1958 VITAL ACTION DUE IN SPAN MEETING 2
March 13, 1958 MIDNIGHT SATURDAY IS ZERO HOUR FOR PHONE NUMBER CHANGEOVER 9
March 13, 1958 JUNE DIANE MERRILL, PAUL ARTHUR WEED 10
March 13, 1958 MARGARET ADAMS, JERRY LYNN ARMSTRONG 10
March 20, 1958 SUMMER BOWLING LOOPS TO OPEN TOTEM LANES 4
March 20, 1958 JUANITA PIONEER OPENS BUSINESS (WATSON'S BEACH INN - WATSON, ED) 8
March 20, 1958 CHAMBER HITS $4000 IN DRIVE 2
March 20, 1958 ANNUAL EGG DRIVE OF KIRKLAND ORTHOPEDIC GUILD WILL BEGIN MARCH 24 5
March 20, 1958 SENIORS EXCEL IN NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP TEST 1
March 20, 1958 SPECIAL SCHOOL ELECTION MAY 6 1
March 20, 1958 WAGON TRAIN RUMBLES THROUGH KIRKLAND, A HEADIN' WEST 9
March 20, 1958 VOICE OF TURTLE MISSING - TEMPERAMENTAL TOM CLAMS 1
March 20, 1958 EAST SIDE GARDEN CLUBS 11TH ANNUAL PRIMROSE SHOW SET APRIL 18-20 6
March 20, 1958 JAYCEE WIVES TO PRESENT "SILHOUETTES OF SPRING" (FASHION PHOTOS) 3
March 20, 1958 FIRE SEASON BEGUN; NEED PERMITS NOW FOR RURAL BURNING 6
March 20, 1958 CITY APPROVES CROSSWALK SIGNS 1
March 20, 1958 GEORGE COMPTON NEW CITY CLERK 1
March 20, 1958 SECRET OF WHY JOHNNY LEARNS TO READ IN KIRKLAND REVEALED 12
March 20, 1958 GAU, LAWRENCE 5
March 20, 1958 LAGOE, ALBERT C 1
March 20, 1958 MARCH, MRS PHILIP M 1
March 20, 1958 CITY APPROVES CROSSWALK SIGNS 1
March 20, 1958 GOVERNOR, BRIDGE USERS TO MEET; PARALLEL SPAN BOOSTED BY LEAGUE 1
March 27, 1958 DAISY CHIMES PRODUCES FOR RALPH KELLER BY SETTING RECORD FOR MILK 7
March 27, 1958 DICK FIDDLER OF KIRKLAND WINS BRITISH SCHOLARSHIP 1
March 27, 1958 'GRAMP' FISHER 99 YEARS YOUNG (FISHER, L R) 1
March 27, 1958 OUR TOWN (BOWEN, BILL) 2
March 27, 1958 SISTER WRITES SEEKING LOST BROTHER BY NAME OF BOTHWELL 7
March 27, 1958 EASING OF MONEY MARKET EXPECTED TO AID BUILDING 8
March 27, 1958 FIREMEN ASK TO PASS ON PERMITS FOR BUILDINGS 5
March 27, 1958 HOSPITAL PLANS PASSED BY CITY 14
March 27, 1958 KIRKLAND HOME, HOUSEWIFE ADD ZEST TO APRIL BH&G (WATSON, BRUCE) 10
March 27, 1958 LOCAL STORE IN FEATURE ARTICLE (PAUL'S JEWELERS) 8
March 27, 1958 NEW MODE O'DAY WILL OPEN TODAY 1
March 27, 1958 R F ATTERBURYS WINNERS OF FABULOUS FIVE-DAY TRIP TO PALM SPRINGS 1
March 27, 1958 TWO-HOUR HUNT FOR BODIES IN RIVER FRUITLESS (SUBMERGED CAR) 1
March 27, 1958 YOUTH IS KILLED IN CAR, BUS COLLISION (OWEN, DONALD GAY) 1
March 27, 1958 EASING OF MONEY MARKET EXPECTED TO AID BUILDING 8
March 27, 1958 BARNEY THE WISE OLD OWL AT CENTRAL SCHOOL BECOMES MRS BARNEY ... 14
March 27, 1958 SCHOOL ELECTION PLANNING OUTLINED BY COMMITTEE 1
March 27, 1958 ROSE MARIE WALDRAM, GERALD SORENSEN 12
March 27, 1958 BARNEY THE WISE OLD OWL AT CENTRAL SCHOOL BECOMES MRS BARNEY ... 14
March 27, 1958 TAXPAYER GROUP WANTS REPORT ON LAKE REVEALED 3
March 27, 1958 GARDEN CLUB NAMES COMMITTEE HEADS FOR ANNUAL PRIMROSE SHOW 9
March 27, 1958 FIRE DAMAGES HOUSE EARLY FRIDAY, THREE CHILDREN ESCAPE UNHARMED 1
March 27, 1958 FIREMEN ASK TO PASS ON PERMITS FOR BUILDINGS 5
March 27, 1958 MEN ADDED FOR FIRE PROTECTION 6
March 27, 1958 HOUGHTON AVOIDS ZONING REQUEST 5
March 27, 1958 TAXPAYER GROUP WANTS REPORT ON LAKE REVEALED 3
March 27, 1958 'NO PEDDLERS, AGENTS PULEEZE' IS NEW RULE 1
March 27, 1958 TWO-HOUR HUNT FOR BODIES IN RIVER FRUITLESS (SUBMERGED CAR) 1
March 27, 1958 PUBLIC LIBRARY GETS WINDFALL OF COLLECTOR'S BOOKS 11
March 27, 1958 CLARKE, ANNA M 7
March 27, 1958 KRUSE, FLORENCE 7
March 27, 1958 OWEN, DONALD GAY 1
March 27, 1958 KIRKLAND WOMAN RECALLS FORMATION OF RED CROSS (SHINSTROM, MRS C A 2
March 27, 1958 ANNUAL CAMPFIRE FATHER-DAUGHTER CELEBRATION IS WELL ATTENDED 8
March 27, 1958 LOCAL STORE IN FEATURE ARTICLE (PAUL'S JEWELERS) 8
March 27, 1958 ACTIVE CLUB FIGHT CARD FRIDAY NIGHT 4
March 27, 1958 CONTESTS STILL THE VOGUE THIS SEASON; STILL DEMAND NEW PARK NAME 9
March 27, 1958 OFFICIALS SEEKING $6.5 MILLION IN FEDERAL GRANT (EVERGREEN BRIDGE 3
March 27, 1958 SIGNS INSTALLED ON ST CROSSWALKS 2
March 27, 1958 EASTSIDE MAYORS, CHAMBERS STUDY SEWAGE PROBLEM 1
April 3, 1958 FLYNN'S - NEW OWNER (WATSON, EDYTHE) 4
April 3, 1958 L R FISHER PLANS ON REACHING CENTURY MARK 9
April 3, 1958 PIONEERS HOLD FAMILY REUNION (FINLAYSON, ANGUS) 2
April 3, 1958 LLOYD ANDREWS WILL INSPECT STEWART SCHOOL 3
April 3, 1958 GROWTH OF LATTER DAY SAINTS RESULTS IN TWO WARDS, ADDITION TO BUILDING 5
April 3, 1958 CONNOLLY'S NEW HOUSE SELECTED 'HOME OF THE MONTH' 3
April 3, 1958 SCOTCH RUMOR ON PENNEY CLOSING 1
April 3, 1958 JUANITA WOMAN SERIOUSLY HURT BY FALL IN HOME (JOHNSON, MARIE) 1
April 3, 1958 TRACTOR CAREENS INTO STORE FRONT (RICHARDSON'S BEN FRANKLIN) 2
April 3, 1958 YOUTH, 24, KILLED WHEN SPEEDING CAR CRASHES (LARSON, ARNOLD) 1
April 3, 1958 CANCER CRUSADE TO BE LAUNCHED 1
April 3, 1958 YOUTHS RETURN BILLFOLD WITH CONTENTS INTACT (BECKLUND, HENRY) 5
April 3, 1958 OFFER VETERAN TEACHERS CONTINGENCY CONTRACTS 3
April 3, 1958 SCHOOL DISCIPLINE SHOWS PROGRESS 5
April 3, 1958 SCHOOL ORCHESTRA COMES HOME WITH EXCELLENT RATINGS 10
April 3, 1958 SCIENCE CLUB AT HIGH SCHOOL DEDICATED TO AWAKENING INTEREST IN SC 11
April 3, 1958 VALEDICTORIANS, SALUTATORIAN NAMED FROM SENIOR CLASS FOR GRADUATION 9
April 3, 1958 CITY WILL SELL WATERSHED TIMBER FOLLOWING REPORT FROM COMMITTEE 2
April 3, 1958 PROGRAM SHAPING UP FOR PRIMROSE SHOW HERE APRIL 18-20 10
April 3, 1958 CITY WILL SELL WATERSHED TIMBER FOLLOWING REPORT FROM COMMITTEE 2
April 3, 1958 MR BUNNY IS INVESTIGATED (CHILDREN'S TOUR OF RABBIT FARM) 11
April 3, 1958 PICKETS ON PARADE AS KIRKLAND IS HIT BY RASH OF STRIKES, WALKOUTS 1
April 3, 1958 CLARKS, ANNA MARGARET 8
April 3, 1958 RIPPLINGER, FRANK X 9
April 3, 1958 EAST SIDE DISTRICT OF BOY SCOUTS APPEALS FOR SPONSORS AT DINNER 2
April 3, 1958 ROTARIANS ELECT OLSON PRESIDENT 1
April 3, 1958 EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES LISTED 1
April 3, 1958 PASTOR'S USE OF LIVE ANIMALS FOUND HUMOROUS (NELSON, REV CHARLES) 6
April 3, 1958 EARLY INSPECTION OF BOATS URGED 8
April 3, 1958 HEARING SET FOR TELEPHONE RATES 5
April 3, 1958 GAYLE SPARKS, DONALD HAWKINS 10
April 10, 1958 KIRKLAND COUPLE CELEBRATES SILVER ANNIVERSARY (WINKLE, H M) 10
April 10, 1958 BARRIES BEGIN NINTH YEAR AS CANTEEN LEADERS 11
April 10, 1958 CHAMPAGNE PT LAD CUTTING SWATH IN SKIING (GARRETSON, RANDY) 4
April 10, 1958 LUGUBRIOUS GEORGE KIN OF DOGS WHO AID TRAVELERS (COLLINS, JOHN) 9
April 10, 1958 RESIDENT ASSUMES TASK OF MOWING PARK (JOHNSON, MRS CHARLES) 6
April 10, 1958 SCHOOLS CONSIDER SELLING STEWART EXCESS BUILDINGS 6
April 10, 1958 PERMISSION SOUGHT TO MOVE BUILDING FROM BELLEVUE (6TH AND 4TH) 7
April 10, 1958 CONGRESSMAN PELLY SEES MORE BUSINESS ACTIVITY 1
April 10, 1958 GATEWAY THEATRE CLOSES SUNDAY 1
April 10, 1958 NEW PENNEY'S MANAGER NAMED (SULLIVAN, PAUL E) 1
April 10, 1958 KIDS GIVEN FIRE POSTER AWARDS 2
April 10, 1958 NEW TEXT BOOKS GO ON DISPLAY 6
April 10, 1958 PANEL TO DISCUSS SCHOOL FINANCE AT JUANITA PTA 1
April 10, 1958 PEGGY TIBBITS, DONALD E JOHNSON 10
April 10, 1958 CARNIVAL UNDERWRITTEN FOR $250 BY COMMERCIAL CLUB 1
April 10, 1958 PARKING PASSED, PROTEST HEARD AT COUNCIL MEET 1
April 10, 1958 SPECIAL LEVY IN MAY GIVEN BOARD SUPPORT 1
April 10, 1958 OPPONENTS, PROPONENTS OF METRO PLAN MEET; DISCUSSION OF NEW PLAN 9
April 10, 1958 KIRKLANDITE RECALLS EARLY HISTORY HERE (HAYES, JOHN) 1
April 10, 1958 PANEL TO DISCUSS SCHOOL FINANCE AT JUANITA PTA 1
April 10, 1958 FURNITURE COMPANY BURGLARIZED; TOOLS MISSED ON MONDAY 7
April 10, 1958 FULLER, HOWARD 7
April 10, 1958 HAYES, LEONARD 1
April 10, 1958 VEEDER, ALONZO 9
April 10, 1958 JAYCEES ASSISTED BY GARDEN CLUB IN TRIANGLE EFFORTS 9
April 10, 1958 THEATRE PROGRAM OF PLAY READERS BIG ATTRACTION OF WOMAN'S CLUB 11
April 10, 1958 OUR HAT'S OFF TO 43-YEAR SUBSCRIBER (REAVES, GRACE) 7
April 10, 1958 RIFLE CLUB WINS WASHINGTON TITLE ON FIRST TRY (PHOTO) 4
April 10, 1958 SPORTS CLINIC TO OPEN SATURDAY 1
April 10, 1958 JAYCEES ASSISTED BY GARDEN CLUB IN TRIANGLE EFFORTS 9
April 10, 1958 MONDAY DEADLINE TO PICK CITY PARK'S NEW NAME 1
April 10, 1958 NEW MINISTER SPEAKS SUNDAY (WILLARD, REV HARLOW - ROSE HILL PRESB 9
April 10, 1958 CITY ASKED TO SUPPLY WATER 2
April 10, 1958 NEIGHBORS BRING SEWER PROBLEM TO CITY COUNCIL 1
April 17, 1958 ARTISTIC HOBBIES KEEP KIRKLAND COUPLE BUSY (CLINE, S W) (PHOTOS) 9
April 17, 1958 BICYCLING 463 MILES IN ONE WEEK ... (SCOTT, ROY) 5
April 17, 1958 HORSE SAD OVER LIVING LIKE ROBINSON CRUSOE (HILLIARD, KATHY) 2
April 17, 1958 WATER TOWER, LANDMARK OVER THE YEARS, RAZED (SEATTLE DOOR CO) 1
April 17, 1958 JUANITA WILL GET $286,000 SCHOOL 1
April 17, 1958 YOUTHFUL DRIVER WRECKS BUILDING (HOLY FAMILY SCHOOL) 5
April 17, 1958 BIG "APRIL SPECTACULAR" SET FOR THIS WEEKEND 2
April 17, 1958 HOUGHTON GIVES APPROVAL TO ANNEXATION PLAN 1
April 17, 1958 ANNUAL POPULAR COOKING SCHOOL SCHEDULED MAY 6 5
April 17, 1958 ATHLETICS MAY BE DOOMED IF SPECIAL $120,800 SCHOOL LEVY IS DEFEAT 1
April 17, 1958 RESIDENTS WARNED NOT TO DUMP YARD DEBRIS IN STREETS 7
April 17, 1958 PRIMROSE PANORAMA THIS WEEKEND AT CIVIC CENTER 1
April 17, 1958 PRIMROSE SHOW TROPHIES READY FOR DISPLAYERS 7
April 17, 1958 GROUP FIGHTING TAX RISE MEETS NEXT AT HIGHLAND 7
April 17, 1958 REVISED METRO PLAN PROPOSED 1
April 17, 1958 MONEY STILL DUE FOR DECORATIONS 2
April 17, 1958 HOUGHTON GIVES APPROVAL TO ANNEXATION PLAN 1
April 17, 1958 JUANITA TO HOLD 2-DAY AUCTION 6
April 17, 1958 JUANITA WILL GET $286,000 SCHOOL 1
April 17, 1958 POLICE ARREST TOW FOR AUTO THEFT 1
April 17, 1958 JEREMIAH, MARGARET R 3
April 17, 1958 STEVENS, SIDNEY SYLVESTER 3
April 17, 1958 JUANITA TO HOLD 2-DAY AUCTION 6
April 17, 1958 JOURNAL WINNER OF TWO CONTEST AWARDS 3
April 17, 1958 KIRKLAND'S NEW PARK WILL BE NAMED AFTER LONGTIME LEADER (EVEREST) 1
April 17, 1958 PRESIDENT SIGNS GORE BILL; EVERGREEN SPAN LOOKS UP 1
April 17, 1958 JULIE SCHELP, JAMES CLARK 10
April 17, 1958 SANDRA ERICKSON, CARL BURKE 10
April 24, 1958 MUSIC AND ART FOUNDATION PRESENTS LEONARD MOORE CHORALE IN CONCER 2
April 24, 1958 HIGH SCHOOL ADDITION APPROVED 1
April 24, 1958 KEIFFER GREENHOUSE AND SHOWROOM PLANT AT JUANITA UNIQUE, INTEREST 7
April 24, 1958 JUNIOR CHAMBER ACCEPTS GIFT OF PARADE FIGURES (PHOTO) 8
April 24, 1958 CIRCLE TUESDAY, MAY 6 - IT'S DAY OF JOURNAL - PUGET COOKING SCHOOL 3
April 24, 1958 LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOLS TO GET OUR NATIONAL ANTHEM ON PLATTER 11
April 24, 1958 SCHOOL BOARD PRESIDENT APPEALS FOR PASSAGE OF $120,800 LEVY 1
April 24, 1958 WORK OF STEWART SCHOOL DISPLAYED AT RECEPTION 2
April 24, 1958 CORRINE PACKEBUSH, KENNETH R KIRBY 10
April 24, 1958 HUNDREDS THRILL AT PRIMROSE SHOW'S OUTSTANDING PLANTS AND DISPLAY 9
April 24, 1958 KIRKLAND LEADS ACTION FOR NEW METRO ELECTION 1
April 24, 1958 JUANITA WATER DISTRICT FACES REDUCTION SOON 1
April 24, 1958 KEIFFER GREENHOUSE AND SHOWROOM PLANT AT JUANITA UNIQUE, INTEREST 7
April 24, 1958 JOHNSON, BETTY K 1
April 24, 1958 MEYER, MERLE 8
April 24, 1958 JUANITA PTA CHOOSES DENTIST FOR TOP OFFICE (REED, DR W LOWELL) 5
April 24, 1958 LARRY BARKER ANTICIPATES PLAYING BALL THANKS TO ORTHOPEDIC CARE 2
April 24, 1958 BISHOP ASSISTS AT ST JOHN'S 2
April 24, 1958 JUANITA WATER DISTRICT FACES REDUCTION SOON 1
April 24, 1958 REQUEST SEATTLE TO SUPPLY WATER 1
April 24, 1958 MARDELL PHELPS, DONALD RENNINGER 10
May 1, 1958 TOTEM BOWL - GRAND OPENING 4
May 1, 1958 ONLY FEMININE MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD ... (GOSSELIN, JANE) 13
May 1, 1958 RESIDENT OF NURSING HOME FINDS DELIGHT IN MUSIC (ELLIOTT, REANNA) 14
May 1, 1958 BELLEVUE SCHOOL DISTRICT GETS $49,000 BUILDINGS FOR $500 IN ARMY 1
May 1, 1958 BOWLING CENTER EAST OF KIRKLAND HAS 16 LANES 1
May 1, 1958 NEW ST LUKE'S LUTHERAN CHURCH DEDICATION SCHEDULED FOR SUNDAY 7
May 1, 1958 BOWLING CENTER EAST OF KIRKLAND HAS 16 LANES 1
May 1, 1958 DOOR FIRM HITS LACK OF IMPORTS 1
May 1, 1958 POSTER CONTEST WINNERS NAMED 2
May 1, 1958 AIR RAID TO SOUND FOR 'OPERATION ALERT' 1
May 1, 1958 COOKING SCHOOL TUESDAY AT CIVIC CENTER 9
May 1, 1958 ONLY FEMININE MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD ... (GOSSELIN, JANE) 13
May 1, 1958 SCHOOL BOUNDARY LINE ESTABLISHED 1
May 1, 1958 SCHOOL ELECTION SET FOR TUESDAY 1
May 1, 1958 DOOR FIRM HITS LACK OF IMPORTS 1
May 1, 1958 LAREECE WILLIAMSON, EARL J RILEY 12
May 1, 1958 HARDWORKING VOLUNTEERS BUILD WHALE OF A FLOAT 1
May 1, 1958 HOUGHTON TO SPRAY ROADSIDE WEEDS 7
May 1, 1958 HOUGHTON WATER TO BE REVIEWED 1
May 1, 1958 BELLEVUE SCHOOL DISTRICT GETS $49,000 BUILDINGS FOR $500 IN ARMY 1
May 1, 1958 STATIONERS REPORT TYPEWRITER THEFT 1
May 1, 1958 BELLEVUE SCHOOL DISTRICT GETS $49,000 BUILDINGS FOR $500 IN ARMY 1
May 1, 1958 BENDER, CHARLES M 2
May 1, 1958 WINTER, JOHN MARK 1
May 1, 1958 PRESBYTERIANS ESTABLISH NEW INGLEWOOD UNIT 11
May 1, 1958 BLACKTOP ROAD TO REDMOND IS PAVED BY COUNTY 1
May 1, 1958 COMMUNITY MEETING CALLED TO PLAN TRAFFIC SAFETY PROGRAM IN KIRKLAND 1
May 1, 1958 HOUGHTON WATER TO BE REVIEWED 1
May 1, 1958 DIANE MAKI, KENNETH SOLENE 12
May 1, 1958 PATRICIA ANN VNUK, RICHARD LOW PARTINGTON 12
May 8, 1958 HUMOR, HUMILITY ARE HELPFUL AIDS TO MOTHER (ELGIN, MARION) 7
May 8, 1958 KEN LARSON WINS CAL TECH GRANT 1
May 8, 1958 OUR TOWN (KNUCKEY, ROBERT LEE) 2
May 8, 1958 ZONING PERMITS NEW OIL STATION 12
May 8, 1958 FIAT ON DISPLAY AT HANSEN MOTOR 3
May 8, 1958 NAME BILL MELHAFF PENNEY ASSISTANT 9
May 8, 1958 ZONING PERMITS NEW OIL STATION 12
May 8, 1958 APRIL BUILDING PERMITS DOUBLE COMPARE TO '57 7
May 8, 1958 JOURNAL'S ANNUAL COOKING SCHOOL BRINGS 700 WOMEN INTO KIRKLAND 3
May 8, 1958 LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOLS COMPLETE STUDENT HEARING TESTS AT CLINIC 1
May 8, 1958 LEVY PASSES BY WIDE MARGIN] 1
May 8, 1958 SCHOOLS REDUCE BUDGET $392,747 FOR NEXT YEAR 1
May 8, 1958 SOPHOMORE CLASS LEADS WITH MORE HONOR STUDENTS AT LAKE WASHINGTON 2
May 8, 1958 TOWN BAND PLAN TO BE DISCUSSED 8
May 8, 1958 LOCAL PRECINCTS WILL BE DIVIDED 2
May 8, 1958 LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOLS COMPLETE STUDENT HEARING TESTS AT CLINIC 1
May 8, 1958 BASTIAN, MRS CLARENCE H 1
May 8, 1958 KIRKLAND ROCKET CLUB "IN ORBIT" 7
May 8, 1958 MIKE GAU WINS PHOTO CONTEST FOR THIRD TIME WITH APRIL ANSWERS 9
May 8, 1958 BASEBALL CLINIC PROVING POPULAR WITH SMALL FRY 5
May 8, 1958 FINANCIAL HELP FOR SPAN SEEN 1
May 8, 1958 NEW HIGHWAY SIGNS (PHOTO) 6
May 8, 1958 TO START PAVING KIRKLAND STREETS 1
May 8, 1958 HEARING SET FOR WATER DISTRICT 5
May 8, 1958 WATER LINE COST DISPUTED BY USERS 1
May 8, 1958 JUDY JAMES, ALAN SJOLANDER 8
May 15, 1958 LAKE WASHINGTON SENIORS FIND GRADUATION GIFTS IN KIRKLAND (PHOTOS 4
May 15, 1958 SENIORS FIND IT A PLEASURE TO SHOP IN KIRKLAND (PHOTOS) 5
May 15, 1958 KIRKLANDITE FIRST DEPOSITOR (JOHNSON, GLENN) (WASHINGTON MUTUAL) 12
May 15, 1958 CENTENARIAN GIVES RULE FOR LONG, HAPPY LIFE (TRIMBLE, BENJAMIN) 1
May 15, 1958 JUANITA COUPLE FINDS ... JEANMOR I IS FUN (HOLDE, ERLING) 7
May 15, 1958 YOUNG VIOLINIST WINS GRAND PRIZE IN MUSIC FESTIVAL (KNECHTGES) 3
May 15, 1958 SCHOOL BID $100,000 LESS THAN EXPECTED 1
May 15, 1958 BUSINESS IN KIRKLAND APPEARS TO BE BOOMING 2
May 15, 1958 O.K. RUBBER WELDERS TO MOVE HERE 8
May 15, 1958 QUICK ACTION, TEAMWORK SAVES JUANITA YOUNGSTER (GREENWOOD, GEORGE 1
May 15, 1958 EXPERT TO SPEAK ON ATOM POWER 9
May 15, 1958 PLAYDAY AT JUNIOR HIGH COMPLETE WITH ROYALTY, PARADE, BALL GAME 9
May 15, 1958 ROSE HILL PARENTS AND TEACHERS USE TEAMWORK FOR SCHOOL PROJECTS 10
May 15, 1958 SCOTT, JOHNSON, ORDAL PROMOTED IN SCHOOL SHIFT 1
May 15, 1958 PHEBE CARLSON, MILTON O JOHNSON 11
May 15, 1958 NEW METRO PLAN OPPOSED; PROSECUTOR'S OPINION IS REQUESTED 1
May 15, 1958 HOUGHTON OKEYS 70TH EXTENSION 8
May 15, 1958 JUANITANS AWAIT NEWS OF HEARING ON WATER 7
May 15, 1958 EAST SIDE GARDEN CLUBS ARRANGE DECORATIONS FOR NATIONAL CONFAB 11
May 15, 1958 FREE VOLUNTARY AUTOMOBILE SAFETY CHECK TO BE CONDUCTED IN KIRKLAND 9
May 15, 1958 JUANITA COUPLE FINDS ... JEANMOR I IS FUN (HOLDE, ERLING) 7
May 15, 1958 HIGHWAY JOB TO BEGIN SOON (132ND - WOODINVILLE LINK) 1
May 15, 1958 HOUGHTON OKEYS 70TH EXTENSION 8
May 15, 1958 SEEK NEW ROUTE FROM HIGHWAY 1 1
May 15, 1958 JUANITANS AWAIT NEWS OF HEARING ON WATER 7
May 22, 1958 YORK FARM ADDS CHAMPION BULL TO ITS SUPERIOR HERD OF HOLSTEINS 9
May 22, 1958 COUPLE OBSERVES 25 YEARS WED AT HOME RECEPTION (BOUCHELLE, M E) 10
May 22, 1958 DICK KELLY WINS BANKERS AWARD AT FFA BANQUET 9
May 22, 1958 DICK EVEREST HONORED BY OLD FRIENDS 1
May 22, 1958 KIRKLAND MAYOR GRAVELY HURT IN FALL (BAGGALEY, BYRON) 1
May 22, 1958 NEW COUNCILMAN JOINS ENGINEERS (DIEHL, DAVID) 9
May 22, 1958 TRIP TO CANADIAN SERVICES COLLEGE ... (LINDA THIE, SUE FERGUSON) 11
May 22, 1958 SCHOOL DISTRICT TO RAZE OLD STEWART BUILDINGS 8
May 22, 1958 NOT MUCH LONGER, FRIENDS (PHOTO OF 208 WAVERLY WAY) 2
May 22, 1958 OPEN HOUSE - ROSEWOOD PARK  (PHOTO) 5
May 22, 1958 CHILD INJURED IN PARK MISHAP (LYNCH, KATHLEEN) 1
May 22, 1958 KIRKLAND MAYOR GRAVELY HURT IN FALL (BAGGALEY, BYRON) 1
May 22, 1958 'BUDDY' POPPIES WILL GO ON SALE 11
May 22, 1958 JUNIOR HIGH PTA PLANS FAREWELL PARTY FOR NINTH-GRADE STUDENTS 9
May 22, 1958 JUNIOR HIGH ROCKETEERS AWAIT SCHOOL BOARD STUDY 2
May 22, 1958 LLOYD ANDREWS WILL SPEAK AT BACCALAUREATE 1
May 22, 1958 SCHOOL BOARD SCHEDULES PUBLIC HEARING ON FUNDS 7
May 22, 1958 SCHOOL CONCERT WILL INTRODUCE YOUTH ORCHESTRA 3
May 22, 1958 ALDA-MARIE LINDSTROM, MARTIN HORAN 10
May 22, 1958 CAROL ANDERSON, ROY VIRGIL 10
May 22, 1958 MARCIA SMITH, GLYNN O'NEILL 10
May 22, 1958 KIRKLAND MAYOR GRAVELY HURT IN FALL (BAGGALEY, BYRON) 1
May 22, 1958 TURNING BACK THE KIRKLAND CLOCK (1915 NEWSPAPER) 9
May 22, 1958 NO BAND AVAILABLE FOR KIRKLAND MEMORIAL DAY 1
May 22, 1958 NEWLY FORMED HOUGHTON GROUP MEETS SATURDAY 1
May 22, 1958 CITY TO FIX MARINE PARK LIGHTS, WATER LINE DAMAGED BY VANDALS 1
May 22, 1958 COURT AT NIGHT HERE IS URGED 1
May 22, 1958 JUDGE LONG ANNOUNCES NEW RULES GOVERNING SPEED OF YOUNG DRIVERS 6
May 22, 1958 WORK PARTY PLANNED TO CLEAN UP CAMPFIRE CABIN AFTER VANDALISM 6
May 22, 1958 GARRETSON, DR JACK C 2
May 22, 1958 WIER, PAULINE EMILIA 1
May 22, 1958 NEWLY FORMED HOUGHTON GROUP MEETS SATURDAY 1
May 22, 1958 WORK PARTY PLANNED TO CLEAN UP CAMPFIRE CABIN AFTER VANDALISM 6
May 22, 1958 POSTMASTERS, CARRIERS URGE PUTTING MAIL BOXES IN SHAPE THIS WEEK 9
May 22, 1958 JOURNAL EDITOR TAKES NEW POST (CARAHER, JOE) 1
May 22, 1958 REAL ESTATE FIRM HERE POINTS OUT REASONS WHY THIS IS GOOD TIME 5
May 22, 1958 CHAMPION LAKERS MOVE INTO TOURNEY TONIGHT 4
May 22, 1958 CITY TO FIX MARINE PARK LIGHTS, WATER LINE DAMAGED BY VANDALS 1
May 22, 1958 COUNTY STUDYING WATER SITUATION 1
May 29, 1958 ONE FOR THE YOKE BOOK; HEN LAYS FOUR-YOLK EGG (REPOSA, FRANK) 9
May 29, 1958 BAGGALEY BACK AT DESK AFTER HOSPITAL SESSION 1
May 29, 1958 ONE FOR THE YOKE BOOK; HEN LAYS FOUR-YOLK EGG (REPOSA, FRANK) 9
May 29, 1958 RON LYNDE AWARDED $200 KIRKLAND FEDERAL SAVINGS, LOAN SCHOLARSHIP 10
May 29, 1958 CHURCH ORGAN TO BE DEDICATED AT ST PAUL'S HAS THEATRICAL HISTORY 10
May 29, 1958 REZONINGS WOULD PERMIT DUPLEXES 9
May 29, 1958 GALL AND ROCKAS BUY ELVES BROS MARKET 1
May 29, 1958 NEW MANAGER AT GLOBE FIRESTONE (KERSEY, LLOYD) 6
May 29, 1958 PLAN ROSE HILL SHOPPING CENTER 1
May 29, 1958 CHOICES FOR BOYS' STATE ANNOUNCED BY SPONSORS 1
May 29, 1958 CONSOLIDATION DISCUSSED IN 1947 2
May 29, 1958 BOARD, CITIZENS REVIEW BIENNIAL SCHOOL NEEDS 6
May 29, 1958 COMMENCEMENT SET FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT; SENIOR PARTY AFTERWARDS 1
May 29, 1958 TEACHER GIVEN GRANT TO ATTEND SUMMER COURSE (JAMES, ETTA MARIE) 1
May 29, 1958 WE SALUTE THE LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1958 (PHOTOS) 3
May 29, 1958 BAGGALEY BACK AT DESK AFTER HOSPITAL SESSION 1
May 29, 1958 VACATION OF ALLEY APPROVED BY CITY 10
May 29, 1958 SERVICE GROUPS ANNOUNCE JOINT MEMORIAL RITES 1
May 29, 1958 CONSOLIDATION DISCUSSED IN 1947 2
May 29, 1958 HOUGHTON SEEKS POSTAL DELIVERY HOUSE TO HOUSE 1
May 29, 1958 SKIN DIVERS CLEAR HOUGHTON BEACH 1
May 29, 1958 TOWN SPRUCING UP FOR SUMMER 6
May 29, 1958 SKIN DIVERS CLEAR HOUGHTON BEACH 1
May 29, 1958 BURGLARS RELAX WHILE LOOTING KIRKLAND HOME 1
May 29, 1958 FALK TAKES POLICE TRAINING AT LEWIS 6
May 29, 1958 TOO MANY ANGLERS FISHING IN ONE BOAT IS DANGEROUS, SHERIFF WARNS 12
May 29, 1958 NIELSEN, TONY 12
May 29, 1958 O'DONNELL, MARY 1
May 29, 1958 OLSON, LYNETTE DIANE 6
May 29, 1958 SMITH, LOUISE B 6
May 29, 1958 EAGLE SCOUT RECEIVES DISTINCTION (FITCH, WALTER) 12
May 29, 1958 SERVICE GROUPS ANNOUNCE JOINT MEMORIAL RITES 1
May 29, 1958 HOUGHTON SEEKS POSTAL DELIVERY HOUSE TO HOUSE 1
May 29, 1958 SKIN DIVERS CLEAR HOUGHTON BEACH 1
May 29, 1958 ST LUKE'S BIBLE SCHOOL TO START 10
May 29, 1958 PLAN ROSE HILL SHOPPING CENTER 1
May 29, 1958 JUANITA-WOODINVILLE HIGHWAY WORK BEGINS IN 10 DAYS 1
May 29, 1958 STATE TO AWARD HIGHWAY BID 1
May 29, 1958 JAMES (WALTER) APPOINTED TO PHONE POSITION 6
May 29, 1958 SERVICE GROUPS ANNOUNCE JOINT MEMORIAL RITES 1
May 29, 1958 BRIDE CHOOSES HER ATTENDANTS (WILLIAMSON, LAREECE) 8
May 29, 1958 NOELENE SPRINGSTEEL, ROBERT KYCEK 8
June 5, 1958 WORLD OF MUSIC IS USED AS THEME OF RECITALS(VAN NOSTRAN, STEPHENA) 7
June 5, 1958 OUR TOWN (SHINSTROM, RICHARD W "DICK") 2
June 5, 1958 TRAVELER TELLS OF COUNTRIES VISITED (MCLAUGHLIN, BERTHA) 10
June 5, 1958 WORLD OF MUSIC IS USED AS THEME OF RECITALS(VAN NOSTRAN, STEPHENA 7
June 5, 1958 BEAUTY SALON TO OPEN MONDAY (GERRY'S BEAUTY SALON) 7
June 5, 1958 CHAMBER STUDIES KIRKLAND BUDGET 9
June 5, 1958 (RALPH T) BROWN TO HEAD GOOD NEIGHBOR CAMPAIGN HERE 6
June 5, 1958 RESCUE CAR DRIVE HITS $194 MARK BUT GEAR COSTS $3000 1
June 5, 1958 SWEET GIRL (AND BOY) GRADUATES HOME AFTER THEIR ANNUAL CRUISE 1
June 5, 1958 EAGLES STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL SCHEDULED JUNE 20-21 1
June 5, 1958 CHAMBER STUDIES KIRKLAND BUDGET 9
June 5, 1958 MAYOR APPOINTS COUNCIL GROUPS 1
June 5, 1958 NEWEST OFFICIALS TAKE CITY POSTS 1
June 5, 1958 STATE AUDITOR COMPLETES JOB 8
June 5, 1958 FROGMEN IN ACTION - RESCUE WORK IS GOAL (PHOTOS) 12
June 5, 1958 BERTHOLD, LEWIS R 3
June 5, 1958 BYBEE, E R "SLIM" 6
June 5, 1958 HOLT, NEVAH 3
June 5, 1958 OLSON, HARRY E 1
June 5, 1958 SEAVY, CHARLES F 2
June 5, 1958 TOLIN, CLAUDE M 2
June 5, 1958 ROSE HILL, KIRKLAND GIRL SCOUTS HOLD IMPRESSIVE COURT OF AWARDS 7
June 5, 1958 MYRTLE DEBOLDT MAY BE DRAFTED AS 48TH DISTRICT DEMOCRAT CANDIDATE 1
June 5, 1958 GEORGE ANDERSON NAMED PRESIDENT 1
June 5, 1958 PFEIFFER, PETERSON ON STATE NINE (ALL-STAR GAME) 1
June 5, 1958 EPISCOPAL BISHOP APPOINTS VICAR FOR ST JOHN'S (JOHNSON, ROBERT H) 5
June 5, 1958 NAME PASTOR FOR LUTHERAN CHURCH (WAGNER, RICHARD F) 11
June 5, 1958 MORE WORK ON 2A IS SLATED BY STATE 8
June 5, 1958 SEATTLE WATER SUPPLY NEAR. COSTS STUDY ALREADY MADE 1
June 5, 1958 WATER DISTRICT, CITY PLAN ACTION 1
June 5, 1958 MARILYN GAY JONDALL, ALBERT DWIGHT VALESKO 10
June 12, 1958 KEENEY HOME IS SCENE OF WEDDING ANNIVERSARY (SIEMENS, W J) 10
June 12, 1958 CHAMPION SPELLER WILL BE CONTESTANT AT STATE FAIR (WOODWARD, D) 11
June 12, 1958 WILL OPEN BIDS FOR REMOVAL OF HEIGHTS BUILDING (ADMINISTRATIVE) 8
June 12, 1958 WINNER OF MAY PHOTO CONTEST ... (E C GUSTAVSON RANCH) 8
June 12, 1958 COMMITTEE TO STUDY JUANITA INCORPORATION 1
June 12, 1958 HAIL AND FAREWELL, CLASS OF '58 (PHOTOS) 5
June 12, 1958 EAGLES PARADE SATURDAY, JUNE 21, EXPECTED TO DRAW MANY ENTRIES 9
June 12, 1958 WATER CARNIVAL OFFICIALS OFFER CONCESSIONS TO CLUBS 1
June 12, 1958 HOUGHTON OKEYS POWER CONTRACT, APPROVES METRO 1
June 12, 1958 NEW COUNCILMAN TAKES OVER JOB (DIEHL, DAVID) 1
June 12, 1958 COMMITTEE TO STUDY JUANITA INCORPORATION 1
June 12, 1958 NEW WATER SUPPLY SOUGHT IN JUANITA 1
June 12, 1958 SHERIFF WARNS WATER SKIING RULES WILL BE ENFORCED 9
June 12, 1958 LIFEGUARDS MAN CITY'S BEACHES 1
June 12, 1958 SHERIFF WARNS WATER SKIING RULES WILL BE ENFORCED 9
June 12, 1958 PEARSON, EDITH 2
June 12, 1958 PETERSON, MARY F 1
June 12, 1958 ROBERTSON, MYRTLE C 1
June 12, 1958 TIDWELL, JESSE L 6
June 12, 1958 WILSON, NETTIE 1
June 12, 1958 DEMOLAYS TO GIVE FLAGPOLE TO CITY; GIRLS GIVE FLAG 1
June 12, 1958 SHERIFF WARNS WATER SKIING RULES WILL BE ENFORCED 9
June 12, 1958 INCREASED WATER PRESSURE PROMISED WITH NEW TANK ON ROSE HILL 3
June 12, 1958 COUNTY AWAITING STATE ACTION ON EVERGREEN SITE 1
June 12, 1958 INCREASED WATER PRESSURE PROMISED WITH NEW TANK ON ROSE HILL 3
June 12, 1958 NEW WATER SUPPLY SOUGHT IN JUANITA 1
June 19, 1958 CITIZENS BANK SHOWS GROWTH 9
June 19, 1958 IVOR MCIVOR ACHIEVES HIGHEST U OF W HONORS 7
June 19, 1958 BRIDLE TRAILS COMMUNITY SPIRIT IS EVIDENT IN BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT 8
June 19, 1958 SHOE STORE WILL MOVE IN JULY 9
June 19, 1958 NO CHANGES WANTED BY JUANITA MEN (ANNEXATION) 1
June 19, 1958 SCHOOL DISTRICT PAYROLL TOTALS NEARLY $300,000 FOR END OF YEAR 9
June 19, 1958 EAGLES STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL TO OPEN FRIDAY 1
June 19, 1958 COUNCIL GRANTS STREET OPENING (8TH ST W) 1
June 19, 1958 NO CHANGES WANTED BY JUANITA MEN (ANNEXATION) 1
June 19, 1958 HART, VIOLA R 3
June 19, 1958 INGERSON, ADELAIDE 2
June 19, 1958 SAUNDERS, VIOLA 2
June 19, 1958 VOSBURGH, MABEL ANN 5
June 19, 1958 WOOLCOTT, WALLACE J 2
June 19, 1958 JOINT INSTALLATION HELD FOR NEW OFFICERS OF LEGION AND AUXILIARY 3
June 19, 1958 KIRKLAND POPULATION TOTALS 5650, HOUGHTON 2087, SAYS CENSUS BOARD 1
June 19, 1958 RESIDENTS WANT TREES REMOVED (WAVERLY WAY) 1
June 19, 1958 CITIZENS PROTEST LACK OF WATER 1
June 19, 1958 FRANCES LAREESE WILLIAMSON, EARL JEWETT RILEY JR 8
June 26, 1958 JO ANNE GUNDERSON DUE HOME FOR NEEDED REST 4
June 26, 1958 JUANITA WOMAN, TURNED CARPENTER, BUILDS GARAGE (HILL, MRS L M) 10
June 26, 1958 PICTURE PROJECT ORIGINATES HERE (GILLMAN - CLARENCE - RUPLE) 11
June 26, 1958 TEEN-AGERS AID IN STRAWBERRY HARVEST (WARNER, BILLY/JOAN/JERRIE) 12
June 26, 1958 BACK YARD PLANTED BY NEIGHBORS FOR STRICKEN FAMILY (HANSEN) 11
June 26, 1958 LAST OF HOUSING TO BE REMOVED (STEWART HEIGHTS) 1
June 26, 1958 LUNDVALL'S STORE NEW AND LARGER 1
June 26, 1958 BACK YARD PLANTED BY NEIGHBORS FOR STRICKEN FAMILY (HANSEN) 11
June 26, 1958 TEEN-AGERS AID IN STRAWBERRY HARVEST 12
June 26, 1958 CURRENT TELEPHONE CABLE PROJECTS REFLECT GROWTH IN KIRKLAND AREA 2
June 26, 1958 STUDY OF JUANITA INCORPORATION INCLUDES DENNY PARK, FIVE CORNERS 1
June 26, 1958 TWO SCHOOL BUSES ADDED TO FLEET 1
June 26, 1958 DARLENE SUE GRAY, RODNEY OJA 11
June 26, 1958 BIRDS, BEES, BATS ADOPT EAST SIDE 1
June 26, 1958 ESTIMATED 10000 PEOPLE ATTEND EAGLES FESTIVAL 1
June 26, 1958 KIRKLAND WATER CARNIVAL TO STAR THREE FAMOUS TRAINED ELEPHANTS 5
June 26, 1958 CITY FINANCES LOOK BRIGHTER, AUDITOR REPORTS 1
June 26, 1958 HOUGHTON WANTS MAIL BY DELIVERY 1
June 26, 1958 SAFEWAY MILK PLANT OPERATING; EMPLOY 35 IN FIRST EAST SIDE UNIT 1
June 26, 1958 JUANITA GUNSITE TO BE RESTORED IN NEAR FUTURE (ANTI-AIRCRAFT) 9
June 26, 1958 PUGET BUILDING NEW SUBSTATION IN JUANITA AREA 1
June 26, 1958 STUDY OF JUANITA INCORPORATION INCLUDES DENNY PARK, FIVE CORNERS 1
June 26, 1958 SWIM CLASSES OPEN MONDAY AT JUANITA BEACH 2
June 26, 1958 MEMBERS OF AREA POLICE FORUM EXCHANGE IDEAS IN KIRKLAND 9
June 26, 1958 JUANITA GUNSITE TO BE RESTORED IN NEAR FUTURE (ANTI-AIRCRAFT) 9
June 26, 1958 BROWN, MARGARET 2
June 26, 1958 FERELL, CHARLES F 6
June 26, 1958 ROBINSON, CLARENCE 6
June 26, 1958 JUANITA GIRL SCOUTS HOLD ANNUAL COURT OF AWARDS IN PARK GROUNDS 5
June 26, 1958 HOUGHTON WANTS MAIL BY DELIVERY 1
June 26, 1958 FRANK MCCREARY JOINS JOURNAL AS NEW REPORTER 1
June 26, 1958 SWIM CLASSES OPEN MONDAY AT JUANITA BEACH 2
June 26, 1958 RAILROAD SOLVES DRAINAGE PROBLEM 6
June 26, 1958 CHAMBER MAN AT HEARING ON STATE HIGHWAYS 9
June 26, 1958 KIRKLAND STREET IMPROVEMENT IS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE 9
June 26, 1958 CURRENT TELEPHONE CABLE PROJECTS REFLECT GROWTH IN KIRKLAND AREA 2
June 26, 1958 PUGET BUILDING NEW SUBSTATION IN JUANITA AREA 1
June 26, 1958 ALDA MARIE LINDSTROM, MARTIN HORAN 10
June 26, 1958 EVELYN JAMES, JAMES C ALBRECHT 10
July 3, 1958 FIDDLER (RICHARD) RECEIVES 1 OF 12 AWARDS 10
July 3, 1958 GRAYS ON ADAK, PLAN TO REMAIN UNTIL NEXT YEAR 1
July 3, 1958 JUNIOR HIGH MISS IS SUBSTITUTE MOTHER IN HOUSEHOLD (BOWEN, IVA) 7
July 3, 1958 OUR TOWN (JAYNE, WILLIAM T) 2
July 3, 1958 BOTHELL FAMILY BUYS LAUNDRY (ROBERTS, JAMES A) 10
July 3, 1958 EVERED APPOINTED AREA EDSEL DEALER 3
July 3, 1958 FULL SCHEDULE FOR QUEEN OF WATER CARNIVAL 3
July 3, 1958 FIRE CHIEFS LIKE PEOPLE'S AID DURING DRY SPELL 1
July 3, 1958 OLD NEWSPAPERS SOUGHT FOR HISTORY OF KIRKLAND (SHERRARD, WILLIAM 9
July 3, 1958 FIREWORKS BAN TO BE ENFORCED 1
July 3, 1958 HOUGHTON LIFEGUARDS REPORT BEACH POPULAR SPOT, MORE FAMILY PICNIC 8
July 3, 1958 BEARD CONSTRUCTION BUILDS HIGH LIFT BOOM (PHOTOS) 9
July 3, 1958 JUANITA RESIDENTS PROTEST DISCOLORED WATER SUPPLY 1
July 3, 1958 HOUGHTON BEACH GUARDS MIGHTY PRETTY (PHOTO) 5
July 3, 1958 HOUGHTON LIFEGUARDS REPORT BEACH POPULAR SPOT, MORE FAMILY PICNIC 8
July 3, 1958 WEEKEND ACTIVITY EXTENSIVE ON WATERFRONT 3
July 3, 1958 FIREWORKS BAN TO BE ENFORCED 1
July 3, 1958 KIRKLAND YOUTHS RUN AFOUL OF LAW APPREHENDED HERE 1
July 3, 1958 SEATTLE PAROLEE DRIVES DEATH CAR TAKEN FROM PRINCE GARAGE IN MAY 2
July 3, 1958 NEEDHAM, MRS ARTHUR E 1
July 3, 1958 REDFIELD, MARY ANN 8
July 3, 1958 KIRKLAND BPW TO HOSTESS NATIONAL CONFAB VISITORS 1
July 3, 1958 REP LELAND SCORES LATEST TACTICS ON BRIDGE 1
July 3, 1958 EAST SIDE JOURNAL CHANGES HANDS; CHARLES O MORGAN NEW PUBLISHER 1
July 3, 1958 TWO EAST SIDE AUTHORS TAKE PART IN CONFERENCE (ROSS/MCDONALD) 7
July 3, 1958 KIRKLAND TO HOST LITTLE LEAGUE TOURNAMENT 4
July 3, 1958 COUNTY TO BUY 180-ACRE PARK NEAR REDMOND 1
July 3, 1958 MINISTER TAKES ROSE HILL POST (WILLARD, HARLOW) 3
July 3, 1958 EAST SIDE ROAD WILL BE PAVED 2
July 3, 1958 REP LELAND SCORES LATEST TACTICS ON BRIDGE 1
July 3, 1958 JUANITA RESIDENTS PROTEST DISCOLORED WATER SUPPLY 1
July 3, 1958 NEW WATER TANK NOW COMPLETE 3
July 3, 1958 POWER COMPANY TO REPLACE BULBS 8
July 3, 1958 FIRE CHIEFS LIKE PEOPLE'S AID DURING DRY SPELL 1
July 3, 1958 LUCY ANN THORNBURN, DONALD SMITH 6
July 3, 1958 PATTI GAIL PROVINE, MELVIN DE LONCTOT 6
July 10, 1958 CARTER SERVICE CENTER - GRAND OPENING 7
July 10, 1958 COUPLE CELEBRATE SILVER ANNIVERSARY (KARASEK, MR AND MRS TOM) 10
July 10, 1958 JOURNAL ADORNED WITH COLORFUL DAISIES FROM JESSE HART'S GARDENS 3
July 10, 1958 MISSING WOMAN'S FAMILY APPEALS FOR INFORMATION (DAVIDSON, PHOEBE) 7
July 10, 1958 YOUNG RASPBERRY INDUSTRIALIST PLANS FUTURE (SEARLE, JIMMY) 10
July 10, 1958 CENTRAL SCHOOL HIT BY VANDALS 1
July 10, 1958 CITY FIRE HALL IN BAD CONDITION 9
July 10, 1958 CITY REMOVES BUILDING (208 WAVERLY WAY) 7
July 10, 1958 NEW GAS STATION OPENS OVER 4TH (CARTER SERVICE STATION) 9
July 10, 1958 SON SEEKS LOST PLANE (SIMPSON) 1
July 10, 1958 JUANITA GROUP STARTS STUDY ON ANNEXATION 1
July 10, 1958 SCHOOL DISTRICT ADDS 13 TEACHERS 8
July 10, 1958 JANICE RYDEEN, LAURON LINDSTROM 10
July 10, 1958 DISTANCE SWIM IS EYED BY CARNIVAL 4
July 10, 1958 JUANITA GROUPS DONATE TO CAR FUND OF FIREMEN (PHOTO) 3
July 10, 1958 CITY BUYS USED STREET SWEEPER 1
July 10, 1958 COUNCIL TO DISCUSS 1959 BUDGET MONDAY 9
July 10, 1958 NEW METRO BOUNDARIES DESCRIBED; TO INCLUDE ONLY POLLUTION CONTROL 12
July 10, 1958 SCHOEN IS APPOINTED COMMISSIONER FOR KING CO WATER DISTRICT 72 2
July 10, 1958 1907 POST CARD FINDS WAY BACK FROM WISCONSIN 8
July 10, 1958 NOISY FOURTH WAS LEGAL, CHIEF SAYS 2
July 10, 1958 JUANITA GROUP STARTS STUDY ON ANNEXATION 1
July 10, 1958 CENTRAL SCHOOL HIT BY VANDALS 1
July 10, 1958 NOISY FOURTH WAS LEGAL, CHIEF SAYS 2
July 10, 1958 DENTIST OPENS FIRST OFFICES (RAYMOND, R R) 8
July 10, 1958 HALE, ORRIN 1
July 10, 1958 MORGAN, MICHAEL KING 5
July 10, 1958 MORRIS, MOLLIE 1
July 10, 1958 BPW VISITORS WELCOMED BY KIRKLAND HOSTESSES 1
July 10, 1958 AL LELAND FILES FOR LEGISLATURE 1
July 10, 1958 PRO AND CON SPEAKERS GIVE VIEWS ON INITIATIVE 202 1
July 10, 1958 PAMELA E LYNCH JOINS JOURNAL AS NEW STAFF WRITER 1
July 10, 1958 KIRKLAND CANCELS ROSE HILL WATER CONTRACT 1
July 10, 1958 KIRKLAND CANCELS ROSE HILL WATER CONTRACT 1
July 17, 1958 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL OPEN HOUSE - NEW ADDITION (PHOTO) 6
July 17, 1958 LAKE TERRACE APARTMENTS - NEW (PHOTO) 9
July 17, 1958 SIMPSON PLANE FOUND BY SON 2
July 17, 1958 GLEN COURTNEY NAMED TO UGN 1
July 17, 1958 HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES WORK OUT DURING SUMMER ON GARDENING CREW 12
July 17, 1958 ANNEXATION MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS; COURT MUST DECIDE 1
July 17, 1958 JUANITA GROUP DEFINES STUDY AREA 1
July 17, 1958 NEW ACCOUNTING SYSTEM TO BE USED BY HIGH SCHOOL FOR LUNCH MONEY 11
July 17, 1958 BARBARA L SMITH, RONALD V RATCLIFFE 10
July 17, 1958 JOAN ELIZABETH FARRA, JOEL ROHLINGER 10
July 17, 1958 GIRL SWIMMERS READY CARNIVAL BALLET NUMBERS 3
July 17, 1958 NATION'S LARGEST CIRCUS COMING TO KIRKLAND JULY 24 11
July 17, 1958 SEAFAIR ROYALTY TO OPEN KIRKLAND WATER CARNIVAL AUGUST 15 9
July 17, 1958 HOUGHTON SEEKS 2000 SIGNATURES FOR POSTAL SERVICE 1
July 17, 1958 L FUNDERHIDE RESIGNS FROM HOUGHTON POST 1
July 17, 1958 AREA STUDIED FOR POSSIBLE CHANGE (MAP OF FINN HILL) 7
July 17, 1958 JUANITA GROUP DEFINES STUDY AREA 1
July 17, 1958 SECTIONS OF OLD JUANITA WATER AREA SEEK ADMISSION IN DISTRICT 79 5
July 17, 1958 POLICE CALLED ON HIT AND RUN 1
July 17, 1958 TWO RULINGS ON FIREWORKS CONFUSE CITY 2
July 17, 1958 CITY LIBRARY SHOWS INCREASE IN CIRCULATION 6
July 17, 1958 LIBRARY REPORTS MANY YOUTHFUL READERS TAKING SUMMER PROGRAM 2
July 17, 1958 HOSPITAL WING TO BE VIEWED AT OPEN HOUSE 1
July 17, 1958 EAST SIDERS FORM NEW KINGCO ROCK HUNTING CLUB 9
July 17, 1958 DR EARL TAYLOR IS ROTARY PREXY 9
July 17, 1958 HOUGHTON SEEKS 2000 SIGNATURES FOR POSTAL SERVICE 1
July 17, 1958 JOURNAL'S AID FURNISHES PAPER WITH ACCOUNT OF FLYING SAUCERS 9
July 17, 1958 EAST SIDE BIKE RIDERS WIN STATE TITLES IN AURORA SPEEDWAY MEET 1
July 17, 1958 JO ANNE GUNDERSON WINS PNGA TOURNAMENT WITH 35 FOOT CHIP SHOT 4
July 17, 1958 KIRKLANDS NEW STREET SWEEPER HARD AT WORK 6
July 17, 1958 KIRKLAND TO HAVE NATURAL GAS SOON 6
July 17, 1958 SEATTLE WATER SOUGHT BY EAST SIDE GROUPS 2
July 17, 1958 SECTIONS OF OLD JUANITA WATER AREA SEEK ADMISSION IN DISTRICT 79 5
July 17, 1958 WATER SHORTAGE CRITICAL IN AREA, MAYOR STATES 1
July 24, 1958 KIRKLAND POULTRY FARM ANNOUNCES RESEARCH AND EXPANSION PROGRAM 10
July 24, 1958 BELLEVUE ARTIST DISPLAYS WORK (O'KEEFE, ANN) 2
July 24, 1958 DAVE POWELL'S '34 BUICK SOUGHT FOR WATER CARNIVAL AUTO DISPLAY 13
July 24, 1958 TWO KIRKLAND GIRLS COMPETE IN SEATTLE SEAFAIR (GORDON, DANA) 10
July 24, 1958 TWO KIRKLAND GIRLS COMPETE IN SEATTLE SEAFAIR (LOESBY, CONNIE) 10
July 24, 1958 PROGRESS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE ON SCHOOL ADDITIONS 1
July 24, 1958 LAST OF STEWART HEIGHTS UNITS ENDS IN REMOVAL OF MAIN BUILDING 9
July 24, 1958 MERCHANTS OFFER SUPER SAVINGS IN SALES EVENT 1
July 24, 1958 MEMORIAL RITES HELD FOR TWO PLANE VICTIMS (SIMPSON / NELSON) 5
July 24, 1958 LAST OF TEACHERS HIRED BY DISTRICT 1
July 24, 1958 SUMMER TYPING CLASSES ATTRACT STUDENTS ENTERING HIGH SCHOOL 3
July 24, 1958 ALL DAY WATER SKI TOURNAMENT TO HEADLINE IN FINAL DAY OF CARNIVAL 6
July 24, 1958 DAVE POWELL'S '34 BUICK SOUGHT FOR WATER CARNIVAL AUTO DISPLAY 13
July 24, 1958 FIRST ANNUAL BOWLING CONTEST IS NEW FEATURE OF CARNIVAL 7
July 24, 1958 ATTORNEY QUESTIONS CITY COUNCIL'S USE OF BID CALL SYSTEM 1
July 24, 1958 CITY COUNCIL REFERS WATER REQUESTS TO COMMITTEE FOR STUDY 1
July 24, 1958 STRICTER SIGN BOARD CONTROLS SEEN IN CITY 1
July 24, 1958 KIRKLAND INTERSECTION IN 1912 (PHOTO) 4
July 24, 1958 MODERN SICKROOM TO BE DISPLAYED 14
July 24, 1958 PHYSICIANS FORM GROUP TO ADVISE NEW HOSPITAL 13
July 24, 1958 STATE HEALTH GIVES "HIGH PRIORITY" FOR MORE BEDS AT NEW HOSPITAL 14
July 24, 1958 FERGUSON, C E 12
July 24, 1958 JOHNSTON, ALIDA 11
July 24, 1958 NELSON, LAWRENCE 5
July 24, 1958 SIMPSON, K D 5
July 24, 1958 YMCA BOYS LEAVE FOR CAMP (PHOTO) 1
July 24, 1958 POLITICAL SPOTLIGHT FOCUSED ON LEGISLATIVE, COMMISSIONER RACES 1
July 24, 1958 CITY PARK DEPARTMENT INSTALLS COURTS; HORSESHOE LEAGUE PLAY 4
July 24, 1958 FIRST ANNUAL BOWLING CONTEST IS NEW FEATURE OF CARNIVAL 7
July 24, 1958 DAVE POWELL'S '34 BUICK SOUGHT FOR WATER CARNIVAL AUTO DISPLAY 13
July 24, 1958 FINISH REPAIRS ON FREE DOCK 8
July 24, 1958 COUNCIL RAISES GARBAGE RATES AS OF JULY 1 9
July 24, 1958 MARGARET BREEDMAN, JACK DARGITZ 12
July 24, 1958 MARGARET HAYES, GORDON CHARLES MCKIBBEN 12
July 24, 1958 PHOEBE CARLSON, MILTON JOHNSON 12
July 31, 1958 NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS HELP COUPLE CELEBRATE 65 YEARS (BIRNBAUM) 4
July 31, 1958 14-YEAR-OLD FINDS WORK HELPS HIM KEEP IN GOOD SHAPE (OTIS, MIKE) 7
July 31, 1958 BABY BIBS TO ROMANTIC MEXICO IS STORY OF ART HARGREAVE FAMILY 4
July 31, 1958 TWINS BY FOURS BORN IN KIRKLAND (CUSHING/MARSHALL/DAILY/SMITH) 1
July 31, 1958 POLICE DEPARTMENT MOVES INTO NEW QUARTERS REMODELED FROM COURT 5
July 31, 1958 FLOWERS PLANS MEDALLION HOME (FLOWERS, E L) 6
July 31, 1958 WORK STARTED ON YARROW BAY DEVELOPMENT 1
July 31, 1958 WORK STARTED ON YARROW BAY DEVELOPMENT 1
July 31, 1958 LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH SIMPLIFIES MONEY HANDLING 2
July 31, 1958 ALL-DAY PARKING LOT TO RECEIVE SEALER COAT FOR WATER CARNIVAL 3
July 31, 1958 COLORFUL FIREWORKS DISPLAY TO BE NEW FEATURE OF WATER CARNIVAL 1
July 31, 1958 JUANITA FIREMEN TRIM NEW TRUCK 2
July 31, 1958 POLICE DEPARTMENT MOVES INTO NEW QUARTERS REMODELED FROM COURT 5
July 31, 1958 BUSINESS GROUP FAVORS JUANITA AS COUNTY AREA 2
July 31, 1958 JUANITA FIREMEN TRIM NEW TRUCK 2
July 31, 1958 POLICE DEPARTMENT MOVES INTO NEW QUARTERS REMODELED FROM COURT 5
July 31, 1958 LA MONTAGNE, GEORGE 1
July 31, 1958 ROUHIAINEN, WADE J 7
July 31, 1958 YOUNG, CHARLOTTE 5
July 31, 1958 ALL-DAY PARKING LOT TO RECEIVE SEALER COAT FOR WATER CARNIVAL 3
July 31, 1958 MONEY NOW AVAILABLE FOR RIGHT-OF-WAY ON BOTHELL-MONROE CUTOFF 6
July 31, 1958 MOST CANDIDATES FAVOR EVERGREEN BRIDGE LOCATION 1
July 31, 1958 WOODINVILLE SECTION OF STATE HIGHWAY 2A TO OPEN THIS FALL 7
July 31, 1958 BIRDS, DEER ALSO FIND WEATHER HOT 1
August 7, 1958 KIRKLAND SHOE STORE - NEW LOCATION 3
August 7, 1958 HOME OF ERIC THE WOODSMAN MAKES WAY FOR NEW BUILDING 7
August 7, 1958 ART MART OPENS ON LAKE STREET 9
August 7, 1958 OPENING SLATED FOR SHOE STORE IN NEW LOCATION 1
August 7, 1958 BUSINESS HAS VOICE IN COMMUNITY THROUGH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 4A
August 7, 1958 JUNIOR CHAMBER IS THIRD LARGEST SERVICE ORGANIZATION IN THE WORLD 6A
August 7, 1958 NEW CURRICULUM GUIDES READY FOR USE BY ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 8
August 7, 1958 JACQUELINE MCKIBBEN, RICHARD DAVIS 6
August 7, 1958 KAREN ARNOLD, ROBERT COON 6
August 7, 1958 "WHIMPY THE WHALE" CHALKS UP 5 APPEARANCES AS PARADE FLOAT ENTRY 1
August 7, 1958 KIRKLAND PRECISION PUPS ENTER PRIZE WINNING FLOAT IN SEAFAIR 9
August 7, 1958 STATE WINNING MARCHING UNIT TO LEAD PARADE 3A
August 7, 1958 THREE-DAY CARNIVAL SLATED TO BE LARGEST 2A
August 7, 1958 WATER CARNIVAL INC SET UP TO PROMOTE LOCAL FESTIVAL 8A
August 7, 1958 CITY GIVES JAYCEES PERMISSION TO PAINT NAME ON BUILDING 8
August 7, 1958 COUNCIL BEGINS PRELIMINARY STUDY OF DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET REQUESTS 1
August 7, 1958 METRO SUPPORT GIVEN BY MAYOR, URGES ADOPTION 1
August 7, 1958 METRO SUPPORT GIVEN BY MAYOR, URGES ADOPTION 1
August 7, 1958 EARLY DAY ICEMAN REMEMBERED AS MOST WELCOME VISITOR 10
August 7, 1958 HOME OF ERIC THE WOODSMAN MAKES WAY FOR NEW BUILDING 7
August 7, 1958 WINDAL, JOSEPH C 8
August 7, 1958 ORDER OF FORESTERS HAD BEGINNING AS KEEPERS OF ENGLAND'S FORESTS 5A
August 7, 1958 PURPOSE OF KIRKLAND LIONS CLUB IS TO PROMOTE COMMUNITY PROJECTS 8A
August 7, 1958 CITY GIVES JAYCEES PERMISSION TO PAINT NAME ON BUILDING 8
August 7, 1958 FIRST MEETING OF EAGLES LODGE HELD AT STEWART HEIGHTS IN 1947 4A
August 7, 1958 'WE BUILD' MOTTO OF KIWANIS CLUB FLOODED BY KIRKLAND MEMBERS 7A
August 7, 1958 CURRY PURCHASES REAL ESTATE FIRM 1
August 7, 1958 JO ANNE GUNDERSON IN DAVIS CUP PLAY FRIDAY 4
August 7, 1958 CHESTER C BLAKE DELIVERS SERMON AS NEW TRINITY PASTOR 2
August 7, 1958 SEATTLE OFFICIAL SEES EARLY START ON EVERGREEN 1
August 7, 1958 CAROL JEAN HANSEN, GARY L TRAPP 6
August 7, 1958 JOAN HECKER, FREDERICK IVAN LOTTSFELDT 6
August 14, 1958 CYCLIST PARTY AT JOVAG HOME HONORS CHAMP (JOVAG, DON) 6
August 14, 1958 KIRKLAND BOY WINS PLAUDITS IN BAND TOUR (BOYLE, JERRY) 2
August 14, 1958 MAIL MAN SUBMITS 'PRACTICAL IDEA' TO GOVERNMENT (OVINK, BOB) 1
August 14, 1958 OUR TOWN (HOLMBERG, ARNOLD PHER) 2
August 14, 1958 SONG LEADERS WIN FIRSTS (FRAN ROBERTS & MERRILY JOHNSON) 1
August 14, 1958 WORK ON LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL ON SCHEDULE (PHOTO) 9
August 14, 1958 MOSCOW CAFE PROPOSES MOVE TO EAST SIDE 1
August 14, 1958 HUFTY, MCGINTY TOP UGN MEN 7
August 14, 1958 YARROW BAY DEVELOPMENT (PHOTO) 3
August 14, 1958 GRADUATES OF LAKE WASHINGTON RETURN TO DISTRICT AS NEW TEACHERS 2
August 14, 1958 STEWART SCHOOL CHILDREN PLANT VEGETABLES ... 10
August 14, 1958 KIRKLAND WATER CARNIVAL OPENS 1
August 14, 1958 KIRKLAND DOCTORS ENDORSE METRO 9
August 14, 1958 BEACH CONDITIONS FLUCTUATE, SAYS HEALTH GROUP 1
August 14, 1958 HOUGHTON SEEKS OPINION ON WATER, SEWER LINES 1
August 14, 1958 BEACH CONDITIONS FLUCTUATE, SAYS HEALTH GROUP 1
August 14, 1958 GARDNER, ERWIN 7
August 14, 1958 POSTAL RECEIPTS UP 12 1/2 PERCENT 8
August 14, 1958 PHOTO CONTEST ENDS THIS MONTH; MRS E MILLER NAMED JULY WINNER 10
August 14, 1958 CARAVAN ESCORTS KIRKLAND CYCLISTS TO SEATTLE-TACOMA AIRPORT 5
August 14, 1958 JO ANNE GUNDERSON WINS MATCH IN CURTIS CUP 4
August 14, 1958 LAUNCH FANCY SAILING BOAT AT YARROW BAY MARINA (LADY K) 5
August 14, 1958 EVERGREEN BRIDGE ENDORSED BY TWO COUNTY CANDIDATES 1
August 14, 1958 HOUGHTON SEEKS OPINION ON WATER, SEWER LINES 1
August 14, 1958 'ROAD BLOCK' CONFRONTS FINN HILL WATER USERS 9
August 14, 1958 MILDRED NAOMI SANDVICK, WAYNE ALLEN CARLSON 6
August 21, 1958 CONGRATULATIONS MAXINE (CONOVER) 3
August 21, 1958 COUPLE TO OBSERVE (50TH) ANNIVERSARY (HANSON, MR AND MRS JOHN) 13
August 21, 1958 AMERICAN SLANG STUMPS ITALIAN EXCHANGE STUDENT (GERBI, DANNY) 9
August 21, 1958 HAWAIIAN GIRL CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY IN KIRKLAND (VON, MARGARET) 12
August 21, 1958 BROTHER'S WORK NEARS END ON NEW BUILDING (LAKEVIEW SUPERMARKET) 11
August 21, 1958 KIRKLAND LAW FIRM MAKES NEW ADDITION (M D POWELL BUILDING) 13
August 21, 1958 NEW SEATS ADDED TO STADIUM (PHOTO) 4
August 21, 1958 UGN SURVEY SHOWS MANY KIRKLAND RESIDENTS BENEFIT FROM SERVICES 8
August 21, 1958 BLUEBERRY GROWING IS THRIVING BUSINESS ... FOR MANY TEENAGERS 14
August 21, 1958 ELEMENTARY TEACHERS ASSIGNED 10
August 21, 1958 FFA COURSE TO BE DROPPED BY HIGH SCHOOL 1
August 21, 1958 FINAL APPROVALS MADE BY SCHOOL BOARD DIRECTORS 5
August 21, 1958 NEW TEACHERS WELCOMED; SCHOOL STARTS SEPT 3 6
August 21, 1958 BEAUTIFUL FLOATS APPEAR IN WATER CARNIVAL (PHOTOS) 7
August 21, 1958 BIG PARADE TO LAUNCH REDMOND'S ANNUAL BICYCLE DERBY SATURDAY 1
August 21, 1958 NEW GROUP SEEKS ENLARGED SITE FOR WORLD'S FAIR 2
August 21, 1958 WATER CARNIVAL, PARADE, SHOWS TERMED SUCCESS 7
August 21, 1958 MAYOR SUBMITS TENTATIVE FIGURES TO CITY COUNCIL FOR BUDGET STUDY 1
August 21, 1958 WATER CONTRACT APPROVED BY KIRKLAND COUNCIL 1
August 21, 1958 SEEK NO MILLAGE FOR METRO ACT ON SEPTEMBER 9 2
August 21, 1958 HOUGHTON PLATTING ORDINANCE SENT TO STATE FOR APPROVAL 8
August 21, 1958 JUANITA PARK SEEKS NEW WATER 11
August 21, 1958 BYRNE, BYRON 5
August 21, 1958 EASTMAN, ALICE 6
August 21, 1958 PLUMMER, MARY 11
August 21, 1958 VAN DEURSEN, A C 7
August 21, 1958 JO ANNE GUNDERSON WINS FIRST TWO MATCHES IN NATIONAL AMATEUR GOLF 4
August 21, 1958 MAXINE CONOVER WINS NATIONAL BIKE TITLE 1
August 21, 1958 MRS BLANCHARD CREWS ON WINNING PACIFIC COAST BOAT 4
August 21, 1958 JUANITA PARK SEEKS NEW WATER 11
August 21, 1958 SERVICES TO MARK 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF NAZARENE CHURCH 7
August 21, 1958 HENNEN HEADS TRAIN EXCURSION 2
August 21, 1958 JUANITA PARK SEEKS NEW WATER 11
August 21, 1958 WATER CONTRACT APPROVED BY KIRKLAND COUNCIL 1
August 21, 1958 WORK ON NATURAL GAS LINE TO BE COMPLETED SOON 1
August 21, 1958 JOAN FARRA, JOEL ROHLINGER 12
August 28, 1958 GOLDEN WEDDING OBSERVED (HANSON, MR AND MRS JOHN H) (PHOTO) 11
August 28, 1958 LOCAL ARTIST'S WORK TO BE ENTERED IN 1960 CHRISTMAS SEAL CONTEST 9
August 28, 1958 EAST SIDE PIONEER CELEBRATES 90TH BIRTHDAY (CLARK, FLORENCE L) 11
August 28, 1958 MAXINE CONOVER, NEW U S BIKE CHAMPION, PLANS FOR '59 WORLD MEET 7
August 28, 1958 REDMOND MAN VIEWS NIKE FIRING (MELQUIST, JOE) 9
August 28, 1958 BRIDLE TRAILS FIRES ALARMING 1
August 28, 1958 NEW REDMOND JUNIOR HIGH OPENS (PHOTO) 12
August 28, 1958 RESIDENTS VOICE OPPOSITION TO CAFE ZONING 1
August 28, 1958 KIRKLAND BOY SUFFERS BURNS IN HOME MISHAP (CROOK, DENNIS) 1
August 28, 1958 CHAMBER HEARS VIEWS ON METRO 5
August 28, 1958 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BACKS METRO 1
August 28, 1958 EVERLY COX IS NAMED CHAMBER VICE-PRESIDENT 1
August 28, 1958 MRS WARNECK, DR RAMQUIST TO TOP UGN TEAMS 5
August 28, 1958 IT PAYS IN DOLLARS AND CENTS FOR CHILDREN TO EAT LUNCHES AT SCHOOL 9
August 28, 1958 REDMOND MAN VIEWS NIKE FIRING (MELQUIST, JOE) 9
August 28, 1958 RESIDENTS VOICE OPPOSITION TO CAFE ZONING 1
August 28, 1958 IT PAYS IN DOLLARS AND CENTS FOR CHILDREN TO EAT LUNCHES AT SCHOOL 9
August 28, 1958 LAKE WASHINGTON TEACHERS SUPPORT PENSION AMENDMENT ON FALL BALLOT 5
August 28, 1958 MISS KINDERGARTEN '58 (PHOTO OF CINDY FLEXER) 1
August 28, 1958 NEW INSTRUMENTS ADDED TO SCHOOLS 4
August 28, 1958 NEW TEACHERS GET ACQUAINTED, SESSIONS SLATED 12
August 28, 1958 NANCY L BROWN, RICHARD ARCHER 11
August 28, 1958 BRIDLE TRAILS FIRES ALARMING 1
August 28, 1958 APPOINT HUTCHINSON TO PLANNING GROUP 1
August 28, 1958 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BACKS METRO 1
August 28, 1958 PURSES RETURNED TO THREE OWNERS 2
August 28, 1958 BENDER, LIDA MAY 8
August 28, 1958 HENNAGIR, STEPHEN DOUGLAS 5
August 28, 1958 JEWETT, WEBSTER 2
August 28, 1958 JOHANSEN, VIRGINIA 7
August 28, 1958 FEW CONTESTS EXIST IN PRIMARY; MAIN OPPOSITION FOR LEGISLATURE 1
August 28, 1958 BJORN, DENNIS LUNDER WIN EAST SIDE GOLF TITLES 6
August 28, 1958 KIRKLAND BIKERS WIN TOP HONORS IN 16TH REDMOND RACING DERBY 7
August 28, 1958 SCHOOL BUSSES STAY SAME WITH FEW EXCEPTIONS 1
August 28, 1958 NORTHUP ROAD TO BE REPAIRED 8
August 28, 1958 BARBARA LOUISE SMITH, RONALD V RATCLIFFE 10
August 28, 1958 DELIGHT RICHARDSON, GEORGE MUNDELL 10
August 28, 1958 LOU ANNE MEYER, JOHN WILSON POTTER 10
September 4, 1958 BURGER MART - GRAND OPENING (PHOTO) 11
September 4, 1958 PUMPKIN PLANT AT SUGHROUE HOME THREATENS TO TAKE OVER ENVIRONS 1
September 4, 1958 BOWLER CELEBRATES 20TH BIRTHDAY WITH MARATHON (LEMKE, FLOYD) 4
September 4, 1958 COLORFUL MEXICAN FLOWERS SUBJECT OF NEW ARTICLE (BANGHART, EDITH) 11
September 4, 1958 NEW LITTLE KOREAN-AMERICAN GIRL JOINS GLEN BROWN FAMILY 9
September 4, 1958 PLAN APARTMENT ON 2ND STREET 1
September 4, 1958 MERCHANTS VETO MORE NIGHTS 1
September 4, 1958 KIRKLAND YOUTH DROWNS FRIDAY ON FISHING TRIP (ISAKSON, IVAR) 1
September 4, 1958 YOUNGSTERS USE ISLAND THAT CAME UP WHEN LAKE WASHINGTON WENT DOWN 12
September 4, 1958 ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES MADE IN LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICTS 6
September 4, 1958 ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM LISTS 41 SUBJECTS ON SCHEDULE OF CLASSES 5
September 4, 1958 SCHOOL DIRECTOR GIVEN NEW JOB (HAUCK, GORDON) 1
September 4, 1958 SPECIAL PLAY GROUP WILL OPEN CLASSES FOR SLOW CHILDREN 9
September 4, 1958 SHARON LYNCH, JON WILSON 10
September 4, 1958 COUGAR ON PROWL IN JUANITA TUESDAY CAUSES EXCITEMENT 1
September 4, 1958 JUANITA FIRE BURNS 5 ACRES 8
September 4, 1958 UP CITY BUDGET TO MEET COSTS 1
September 4, 1958 JUANITA FIRE BURNS 5 ACRES 8
September 4, 1958 NEW RESTROOM SET FOR JUANITA PARK 12
September 4, 1958 YOUNGSTERS USE ISLAND THAT CAME UP WHEN LAKE WASHINGTON WENT DOWN 12
September 4, 1958 BEACH, GEORGE 2
September 4, 1958 COURTNEY, JOHN 3
September 4, 1958 ISAKSON, IVAR 1
September 4, 1958 KALLIO, AINO 3
September 4, 1958 O'NEAL, MARGARET C 3
September 4, 1958 PARKS, WINNIE L 12
September 4, 1958 VANGEMERT, ALBERT CLINTON 2
September 4, 1958 FINAL STATEMENTS GIVEN BEFORE PRIMARIES 1
September 4, 1958 NEW PRECINCTS ADDED TO SCHOOL DISTRICT 414; POLLS OPEN TUESDAY 1
September 4, 1958 NEW RESTROOM SET FOR JUANITA PARK 12
September 4, 1958 COMPLETION DATE ON NATURAL GAS SET FOR THIS WEEK 8
September 4, 1958 ZARA VANCE, DUANE HORKY 10
September 11, 1958 PRETTY DRESS MADE BY KIRKLAND LASS IS JUDGED BEST (BORGFORD, B) 11
September 11, 1958 ATTORNEY GENERAL BRINGS ACTION AGAINST HOUGHTON 1
September 11, 1958 INSPECTS DAMAGE (WALL OF W D POWELL BUILDING FALLS FROM WINDS) 1
September 11, 1958 JUANITA SCHOOL TO BE ENLARGED 9
September 11, 1958 BARN DESTROYED IN SUNDAY FIRE (BROWN, HENRY B) 5
September 11, 1958 AUTO AGENCY WINS TOP AWARD (EAST SIDE CHEVROLET) 6
September 11, 1958 BORN BROTHERS NEW OWNERS OF FLAME CAFE 2
September 11, 1958 MCEVOY SELLS LUMBER FIRM TO E H ROGERS 1
September 11, 1958 POPULAR DRIVE-IN ATTRACTS YOUNGSTERS (BURGER BARN) 2
September 11, 1958 TV SERVICE MOVES TO NEW LOCATION 2
September 11, 1958 INSPECTS DAMAGE (WALL OF W D POWELL BUILDING FALLS FROM WINDS) 1
September 11, 1958 ADVANCE GIFTS DIVISION LAUNCHES UGN DRIVE, NOW IN FIRST WEEK 1
September 11, 1958 BOARD CALLS SCHOOL BOND ELECTION 1
September 11, 1958 CRAFTS FEATURED IN STORE DISPLAYS OF ADULT SCHOOL; WEAVING OFFERED 1
September 11, 1958 LAKE WASHINGTON DISTRICT ENROLLMENTS HIGHER THAN EXPECTED 9
September 11, 1958 JUDITH LOVELY, LAWRENCE WILLIAM AYERS 11
September 11, 1958 BARN DESTROYED IN SUNDAY FIRE (BROWN, HENRY B) 5
September 11, 1958 ATTORNEY GENERAL BRINGS ACTION AGAINST HOUGHTON 1
September 11, 1958 HOUGHTON OKEYS BUDGET FIGURES 1
September 11, 1958 ATTORNEY GENERAL BRINGS ACTION AGAINST HOUGHTON 1
September 11, 1958 NAVY'S LONGEST RANGE MISSILE WILL HAVE SHOWING IN KIRKLAND 8
September 11, 1958 CONNOR, ELSIE H 2
September 11, 1958 CURTIS, NORA Y 2
September 11, 1958 GOODWON, WILLIS ERVENE 2
September 11, 1958 KILGORE, HARRY BENJAMINE 2
September 11, 1958 RUSSELL, ELIZABETH 2
September 11, 1958 THOMPSON BEATS MILLER, LELAND WINS 1
September 11, 1958 NEW VICAR DUE AT ST JOHN'S 11
September 11, 1958 SPECIAL SERVICES HELD TO CELEBRATE FOUNDING OF NAZARENE CHURCH 9
September 11, 1958 HIGHWAY GROUP TO OPEN BIDS ON ROAD FENCING JOB 8
September 11, 1958 WATER MEN TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT DISTRICT WITHDRAWAL 1
September 11, 1958 INSPECTS DAMAGE (WALL OF W D POWELL BUILDING FALLS FROM WINDS) 1
September 11, 1958 BETTY SCHELP, HERB TONKIN 11
September 11, 1958 GERI OLSON, LEE LEAKE 10
September 11, 1958 JACQUELINE MCKIBBEN, RICHARD M DAVIS 10
September 18, 1958 MARY WESCOTT WINS SILVER WINGS AS UNITED AIR LINE STEWARDESS 9
September 18, 1958 OUR TOWN (GATES, JOHN P) 2
September 18, 1958 RESPIRATION STUDIED BY STUDENT AT SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (NELSON, J) 8
September 18, 1958 FAMILY HOMELESS AFTER SUNDAY BLAZE (JOHNSON, ROBERT) 1
September 18, 1958 FILL OPERATIONS BEGIN ON LAKE FRONT; APARTMENT HOUSE ERECTED LATE 3
September 18, 1958 SUSPEND LIQUOR STORE EMPLOYEES 1
September 18, 1958 HIGH SCHOOL LAD RESCUED FROM LAKE AT JUANITA (SPARLING, STEVE) 1
September 18, 1958 CHAMBER TO SEEK OUSTER OF CITY PARKING METERS 1
September 18, 1958 TEENAGE CANTEEN DANCES BEGIN AGAIN 1
September 18, 1958 BLUFF GIVES WAY FOR PARKING LOT 2
September 18, 1958 72 PUPILS ENROLLED IN ADVENTIST SCHOOL 2
September 18, 1958 ADULT CLASSES REACH CAPACITY; COURSES CLOSED 3
September 18, 1958 ELLA JOHNSON, DEAN COLSON 10
September 18, 1958 SARAH KING, JOE BLACKBURN 11
September 18, 1958 FAMILY HOMELESS AFTER SUNDAY BLAZE (JOHNSON, ROBERT) 1
September 18, 1958 COUNCIL CLARIFIES TRASH COLLECTION RATES 1
September 18, 1958 COMMUNITY INTEREST IN BEAUTIFICATION ASKED BY HOUGHTON 11
September 18, 1958 SUPERIOR PLASTICS COMPANY MOVES PLANT FROM BELLINGHAM TO KIRKLAND 3
September 18, 1958 LAKE WASHINGTON DROPS DOWN TO LOWEST LEVEL ON RECORD 9
September 18, 1958 FILL OPERATIONS BEGIN ON LAKE FRONT; APARTMENT HOUSE ERECTED LATE 3
September 18, 1958 KIRKLAND POLICE APPREHEND 10 JUVENILES INVOLVED IN BURGLARIES 1
September 18, 1958 ISAKSON, IVAR 9
September 18, 1958 IVERSON, IVER 3
September 18, 1958 LYNCH, EDWARD 2
September 18, 1958 JOURNAL RECEIVES AWARD IN STATE-WIDE CONTEST 1
September 18, 1958 FERRIES GO INTO WINTER STORAGE (PHOTO OF SHASTA AND SAN MATEO) 6
September 18, 1958 CHAMBER TO SEEK OUSTER OF CITY PARKING METERS 1
September 18, 1958 COUNCIL CLARIFIES TRASH COLLECTION RATES 1
September 18, 1958 ANNE RISLEY, RICHARD D SANDERS 10
September 18, 1958 ELINOR CARNS, EUGENE DODD 8
September 18, 1958 KAREN ARNOLD, ROBERT COON 11
September 18, 1958 MARIE HAASE, WILLIAM MCGREGOR 10
September 18, 1958 PEGGY BEECH, RAYMOND LEE 10
September 18, 1958 SUSAN WELLS, EDWIN CADLE 10
September 25, 1958 MCLAUGHLIN GALS SHARE MANY FEMININE INTERESTS 11
September 25, 1958 COURT DECISION ON BRIDLE TRAILS IS QUESTIONED 1
September 25, 1958 TO OBSERVE CHAPEL DEDICATION SUNDAY (ST PAUL'S LUTHERAN) 7
September 25, 1958 ART WEISHART OPENS BEL-KIRK MOTORS 2
September 25, 1958 SNOQUALMIE MEN OPEN TIRE STORE 1
September 25, 1958 KIRKLAND BANK WINS FOURTH UGN DRIVE AWARD 1
September 25, 1958 KAREN LEE LYNCH, DENNIS WALKER 10
September 25, 1958 FORM COMMITTEE TO IMPROVE CITY 1
September 25, 1958 SHIPS TAKE COVER AT HOUGHTON FROM ALASKA ICE 9
September 25, 1958 COURT DECISION ON BRIDLE TRAILS IS QUESTIONED 1
September 25, 1958 FATAL CRASH RESULTS IN $25000 CLAIM 1
September 25, 1958 JUVENILES FACING COURT HEARINGS NOW NUMBER 12 7
September 25, 1958 PETERSON, FLOYD 7
September 25, 1958 WILSON, WILLIAM RALPH JR 7
September 25, 1958 JOVAG WINS BIKE TITLE; IS NORTH AMERICAN CHAMP 4
September 25, 1958 NEW VICAR TAKES ST JOHN'S POST (HAYMAN, ROBERT F) 12
September 25, 1958 BRIDGE APPROACH BEING SURVEYED 1
September 25, 1958 FENCING OPERATIONS TO BEGIN ON STATE HIGHWAY 1 ALTERNATE 8
September 25, 1958 PARKING METERS FUTURE STUDIED 1
September 25, 1958 JUDY WINES, KEITH CRUVER 10
September 25, 1958 NANCY BROWN, RICHARD ARCHER 10
October 2, 1958 LAKEVIEW IGA - GRAND OPENING 13-Dec
October 2, 1958 HEISDORF, NELSON PRODUCE CHICKENS FOR EGGS NOT MEAT 8
October 2, 1958 YORK FARM TOUR SET FOR TODAY 2
October 2, 1958 FAMILY IN LIBYA FINDS COUNTRY FULL OF SURPRISES (COTES, RAY) 11
October 2, 1958 JUANITA GIRL TRAVELS INTO WILDS AS MEMBER OF HIKING PARTY (STARK) 6
October 2, 1958 BIBLE COLLEGE TO BUILD IN HOUGHTON SOON (ARTIST'S SKETCH) 9
October 2, 1958 JUANITA SCHOOL BIDS TO BE LET ON OCTOBER 2 6
October 2, 1958 BIBLE COLLEGE TO BUILD IN HOUGHTON SOON (ARTIST'S SKETCH) 9
October 2, 1958 NEW $320,000 APARTMENTS SLATED FOR KIRKLAND (MONT-CLARE) 1
October 2, 1958 GATEWAY THEATRE MAY REOPEN 1
October 2, 1958 NEW LAKEVIEW IGA FOODLINER HAS GRAND OPENING HERE TODAY 1
October 2, 1958 RESTAURANT TO HOLD FREE KIDS' PARTIES (FLAME) 8
October 2, 1958 PARKING METERS ENDORSED BY CHAMBER GROUP 1
October 2, 1958 UGN CAMPAIGN COLLECTS $3409 IN LOCAL AREA 1
October 2, 1958 SCOUTS TO DISTRIBUTE CIVIL DEFENSE BOOK 6
October 2, 1958 NEW HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS COME FROM FIVE STATES 6
October 2, 1958 SCHOOLS TO TAKE PART IN SCIENCE CLASSES OVER TV 10
October 2, 1958 SADIE HAWKINS DAY PROCLAIMED FOR EAST SIDE 1
October 2, 1958 MAYOR REQUESTS BUS ADVISEMENT 1
October 2, 1958 BIBLE COLLEGE TO BUILD IN HOUGHTON SOON (ARTIST'S SKETCH) 9
October 2, 1958 PELLY URGES NEW STUDY TO STOP LOW LAKE LEVELS 2
October 2, 1958 SCHOOLS TO TAKE PART IN SCIENCE CLASSES OVER TV 10
October 2, 1958 MOREY, CHARLES A 11
October 2, 1958 RUNSTETLER, N E 8
October 2, 1958 SCOUTS TO DISTRIBUTE CIVIL DEFENSE BOOK 6
October 2, 1958 MISS KIT EPPEL IS NEW MEMBER OF JOURNAL STAFF 2
October 2, 1958 WALT IRVINE, JOE POTIER JOIN STAFF OF REAL ESTATE OFFICE 8
October 2, 1958 BIBLE COLLEGE TO BUILD IN HOUGHTON SOON (ARTIST'S SKETCH) 9
October 2, 1958 KIRKLAND WINS TRAFFIC CHECK SAFETY AWARD 7
October 2, 1958 MAYOR REQUESTS BUS ADVISEMENT 1
October 2, 1958 PARKING METERS ENDORSED BY CHAMBER GROUP 1
October 2, 1958 TO BUILD ROAD OVERPASS ON 2-A 2
October 2, 1958 JEANNETTE COLLINS, ROBERT NIXON 10
October 2, 1958 MARIAN HAWKINS, ARTHUR HOLT 10
October 9, 1958 KIRKLANDITE FILMS DISNEY TV PICTURE (JEWELL, RAY) 9
October 9, 1958 TEACHER NOW 90 STILL HEARS FROM FORMER STUDENTS (MILLER, LAURA) 9
October 9, 1958 JUANITA SCHOOL JOB AWARDED SEATTLE COMPANY 1
October 9, 1958 TRAIN COLLIDES WITH STALLED CAR; DAMAGE HEAVY 9
October 9, 1958 REZONING REQUEST RUNS AFOUL OF CLOVERLEAF PLAN 1
October 9, 1958 SCHOOL DISTRICT APPROVES BUDGET AT $2,045,963 2
October 9, 1958 SALLY JOUBERT, RONALD FREY 12
October 9, 1958 ZONA SANDERSON, RALPH HARRIS 12
October 9, 1958 "STINKY" PAYS UNEXPECTED VISIT TO FAMILY (SHAWHAN) 6
October 9, 1958 BUSINESSMEN PLAN COMMUNITY CARNIVAL FOR JUANITA JUNCTION LIGHTS 13
October 9, 1958 CITY BUDGET APPROVED, TO INCLUDE MONIES FOR SURVEY OF DEPARTMENT 1
October 9, 1958 BYGONE YEARS RECALLED (PHOTO OF 1931 1ST GRADE CLASS) 1
October 9, 1958 BUSINESSMEN PLAN COMMUNITY CARNIVAL FOR JUANITA JUNCTION LIGHTS 13
October 9, 1958 JUANITA SCHOOL JOB AWARDED SEATTLE COMPANY 1
October 9, 1958 ATTORNEY GENERAL ENTERS TELEPHONE RATE CASE 1
October 9, 1958 FISH, LORENZO D 2
October 9, 1958 PROUD, BLANCHE 2
October 9, 1958 RUNSTETLER, NORVAL E 2
October 9, 1958 EAST SIDE JOURNAL TO PUBLISH NEW KIRKLAND DIRECTORY MAP 1
October 9, 1958 PUBLIC SERVICE GROUP STUDIES BUS APPLICATION 1
October 9, 1958 ROAD LEAGUE BYPASSES BRIDGE 1
October 9, 1958 STATE ROAD 2-A MAY OPEN TO CARS LATER IN MONTH 1
October 9, 1958 ATTORNEY GENERAL ENTERS TELEPHONE RATE CASE 1
October 9, 1958 TELEPHONE RATE INCREASE UNDER STUDY BY STATE 1
October 9, 1958 NANCY ANDERSON, IVER NESS 12
October 16, 1958 MARRIAGE IN JAPAN 50 YEARS AGO OBSERVED BY ALFRED NICOLLE FAMILY 12
October 16, 1958 RHYTHM MAN LEAVES NAME BANDS FOR LIFE IN KIRKLAND (TARP, MAX) 10
October 16, 1958 GROUND BROKEN FOR NEW COLLEGE 1
October 16, 1958 JUANITA SCHOOL WORK TO BEGIN BY NOVEMBER 1 1
October 16, 1958 NEW MODERN APARTMENTS PROPOSED FOR HOUGHTON LAKESHORE FRONTAGE 1
October 16, 1958 IT GOES LIKE THIS (PHOTO OF TRACIE INGERSOLL & HULA HOOP) 11
October 16, 1958 SCHOOL DISTRICT CIVIL DEFENSE PLAN PROPOSED 9
October 16, 1958 SCHOOL DISTRICT CIVIL DEFENSE PLAN PROPOSED 9
October 16, 1958 ARLENE SCHWARZ, ROBERT HOWE 14
October 16, 1958 JUANITA SCHOOL WORK TO BEGIN BY NOVEMBER 1 1
October 16, 1958 DYNAMITE BLASTS BREAK 43 WINDOWS IN KIRKLAND 1
October 16, 1958 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED BY ANTI-TB LEAGUE TO AID IN TESTING 11
October 16, 1958 HARDEE, MARTHA G 1
October 16, 1958 CAR ENTHUSIAST EDITS HORSELESS CARRIAGE PAPER (FLETCHER, ELLIOTT) 9
October 16, 1958 PORTABLE TELEPHONE IN FUTURE PREDICTED BY PUBLIC RELATIONS 1
October 16, 1958 TELEPHONE RATE HEARING MOVED TO KIRKLAND 1
October 16, 1958 DARLENE GRAY, RODNEY OJA 14
October 23, 1958 C F "POP" FINK JOHNNY-ON-THE-SPOT; HEISDORF & NELSON WEATHER MAN 10
October 23, 1958 KIRKLANDITE DUSTS-OFF RARE PAPER FROM CIVIL WAR (WORDEN, GEORGE Z 12
October 23, 1958 OUR TOWN (ANDERSON, GEORGE) 2
October 23, 1958 HIGHWAY PLANS STALL ACTION ON ANNEXATION 1
October 23, 1958 LAND CLEARED FOR YARROW BAY SITE; CONSTRUCTION IN SPRING 11
October 23, 1958 EXPERTS EXPLAIN PHONICS LESSONS 11
October 23, 1958 SCHOOL BOARD ANSWERS QUESTIONS CONCERNING NOVEMBER BOND ISSUE 10
October 23, 1958 KIRKLAND FIREMEN STUDY GAS FIRES 11
October 23, 1958 TRICK OR TREAT CUSTOM GIVEN APPROVAL 10
October 23, 1958 BOYS CHARGED WITH ENTERING BOX CARS 1
October 23, 1958 POLICE REPORT (DYNAMITE) BLASTS NOT JUVENILE WORKS 1
October 23, 1958 ALEXANDER, EARL 1
October 23, 1958 GREYHOUND TRANSFER EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 3; SERVICE INCREASED 1
October 23, 1958 GOVERNOR, LELAND REFUTE ATTEMPT TO SCUTTLE EVERGREEN BRIDGE SITE 1
October 23, 1958 HIGHWAY PLANS STALL ACTION ON ANNEXATION 1
October 23, 1958 RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONIES MARK OPENING OF STATE HIGHWAY TODAY 9
October 23, 1958 TOLLS ON PRESENT BRIDGE BANNED ONE YEAR AGO 1
October 23, 1958 KAREN STRANDE, TOM HAMMOND 14
October 30, 1958 GOLDEN WEDDING OF KIRKLAND COUPLE (COOPER, MR AND MRS PERCY) 6
October 30, 1958 CITIZENS BANK PLANS BRANCH 1
October 30, 1958 GOLD STAR MOTHER COUNTS JOURNEY TO FRANCE AS MEMORABLE (DELL, C) 7
October 30, 1958 OUR TOWN (CLEMMONS, RON) 2
October 30, 1958 LINDA RAY PERRINE, JAMES R STROH 14
October 30, 1958 VIDA MAE MCHOES, PERRY WAYNE PICKETT 14
October 30, 1958 GOBLINS TO HOWL FRIDAY NIGHT AT SCHOOL FETES 1
October 30, 1958 NEED PLANTS NOW FOR HOUGHTON PARK 13
October 30, 1958 RASMUSSEN, MYRTLE 2
October 30, 1958 INTEREST MOUNTS FOR VOTERS AS GENERAL ELECTION NEARS 1
October 30, 1958 POLL OPENED TUESDAY FOR GENERAL ELECTION, 48 PRECINCTS INCLUDED 9
October 30, 1958 NEED PLANTS NOW FOR HOUGHTON PARK 13
October 30, 1958 INGLEWOOD CHURCH OBSERVES FOUNDING 14
October 30, 1958 HIGHWAY OPENING PROVES SUCCESS 16
October 30, 1958 OLGA E STENSON, JAMES D BARRETT 14
November 6, 1958 COUPLE WED 65 YEARS (CRAMER, MR AND MRS JOHN) 12
November 6, 1958 OUR TOWN (HARTSHORN, HOWARD) 2
November 6, 1958 PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION PAYS OFF FOR BILL CROW, JAZZ MUSIC MASTER 5
November 6, 1958 ONE-MAN OPERATION STARTS NATIONAL DISTRIBUTION ART SHOP (STAFFORD 9
November 6, 1958 KIRKLAND PLACES FOURTH IN DRIVE (UGN) 1
November 6, 1958 RESIDENTS URGED TO WELCOME MOTHERS SEEKING CIVIL DEFENSE INFO 9
November 6, 1958 VOTERS APPROVE SCHOOL BONDS BY NARROW MARGIN 1
November 6, 1958 DEMAND COUNCIL TO PAY REPAIRS FOR WATER TANK (ROSENTHAL, MRS ED) 1
November 6, 1958 THOMPSON, LELAND AND ANDERSEN WIN 1
November 6, 1958 MORNING MAIL SORTING BETTERED 1
November 6, 1958 STIFF GALE MONDAY DOWNS POWER LINES 1
November 6, 1958 LORALEE MYERS, JOE HESTER 12
November 13, 1958 PLUNGING CAR WRECKS FRONT OF MARKET (CLICK'S) 1
November 13, 1958 VANDALS CAUSE $1000 DAMAGE TO HIGH SCHOOL 1
November 13, 1958 HUSBAND, WIFE TEAM OPEN NEW VARIETY STORE (HOFSTETTER) 8
November 13, 1958 PLUNGING CAR WRECKS FRONT OF MARKET (CLICK'S) 1
November 13, 1958 CHAMBER FAVORS INSTALLATION OF RAILROAD SIGNAL 1
November 13, 1958 KIWANIS CLUB "DARKIES" (PHOTO OF MINSTREL SHOW) 5
November 13, 1958 COUNCIL DENIES ZONING REQUEST 1
November 13, 1958 SEATTLE DOOR EXPANDS TO MEET NEW NEEDS 9
November 13, 1958 VANDALS CAUSE $1000 DAMAGE TO HIGH SCHOOL 1
November 13, 1958 MARECK, MARY ANN 11
November 13, 1958 MEMPA, SIGNE 11
November 13, 1958 THOMAS, WENDELL B 11
November 13, 1958 CHURCH OFFICIAL TO INSTALL VICAR HAYMAN, REV ROBERT - ST JOHN'S) 15
November 13, 1958 CHAMBER FAVORS INSTALLATION OF RAILROAD SIGNAL 1
November 13, 1958 PROPOSE SEWAGE FOR YARROW BAY 1
November 20, 1958 YORK FARM IS BIG BUSINESS, MERCHANTS LEARN DURING FARM-CITY WEEK 7
November 20, 1958 AMERICAN WAY "CATCHES ON" WITH EXCHANGE STUDENT DANNY GERBI 11
November 20, 1958 LAKE WASHINGTON STUDENT PLACES 2ND IN "PRETTIEST GIRL" (POLACEK) 9
November 20, 1958 OUR TOWN (BAIER, VERNON) 2
November 20, 1958 PRIMROSES LEAD ANN SIEPMAN TO PRESIDENCY OF NATIONAL SOCIETY 8
November 20, 1958 WALL NEARS COMPLETION (KEN'S SHELL) 10
November 20, 1958 FIRE DAMAGES HARVEY HOME ON ROSE HILL EARLY TUESDAY NIGHT 1
November 20, 1958 FRANK SHINSTROM TO SKIPPER '59 YMCA DRIVE 1
November 20, 1958 KIRKLAND UGN DRIVE TOPS GOAL 1
November 20, 1958 REZONING MAPS TO BE CHANGED 1
November 20, 1958 BARBARA ANN BIRNEY, LESLIE EARL SMITH 13
November 20, 1958 SHARON LEE DURKEE, MICHAEL D MCMANUS 12
November 20, 1958 FIRE DAMAGES HARVEY HOME ON ROSE HILL EARLY TUESDAY NIGHT 1
November 20, 1958 R W BECK FIRM TO ADMINISTER KIRKLAND STUDY 1
November 20, 1958 JAYCEES GET EARLY START ON ST NICK; START DECORATING NEXT WEEK 1
November 20, 1958 HARDY, JOHN F 13
November 20, 1958 HARRISON, DOROTHY E 8
November 20, 1958 LAMBERT, HATTIE 8
November 20, 1958 POST OFFICE WINS NATIONAL AWARD 9
November 20, 1958 BILL MCLAUGHLIN RELAXES AFTER 'WONDERFUL' SEASON 1
November 20, 1958 RUTH OSTROW, CHARLES MORGAN 12
November 25, 1958 WENATCHEE MAN BUYS KIRKLAND SPORT STORE (MCLEOD, KEN) 6
November 25, 1958 HIGH SCHOOL COLORS CARRIED OUT IN 'NEW LOOK' AT TEENAGE CANTEEN 3
November 25, 1958 SEWER LINES PROPOSED FOR NEW YARROW BAY TRACT 1
November 25, 1958 MCEVERS, HUGH A 2
November 25, 1958 SEWER LINES PROPOSED FOR NEW YARROW BAY TRACT 1
November 27, 1958 JUANITA FAMILY INCREASES IN SIZE WITH HUSKY MASCOT (CROSS, HARRY) 1
November 27, 1958 COIN-O-MATIC LAUNDRY OPENS IN KIRKLAND 6
November 27, 1958 HOUGHTON OKEYS ANNEXATION PLAN 1
November 27, 1958 SCHOOL DISTRICTS COMBINE TO PROVIDE CLASS FOR PARTIALLY BLIND 6
November 27, 1958 KIWANIS CLUB TO SPONSOR MINSTREL SHOW 1
November 27, 1958 FIREMEN GIVE THANKS FOR NEW CAR, NOW PREPARED FOR EMERGENCIES 5
November 27, 1958 CARNIVAL OF FUN TO USHER IN HOLIDAY SEASON 4
November 27, 1958 UP SHE GOES (PHOTO OF CHRISTMAS TREE) 2
November 27, 1958 HOUGHTON OKEYS ANNEXATION PLAN 1
November 27, 1958 HOUGHTON TO ASK FOR CITY SERVICE ON SEWER LINES 1
November 27, 1958 BARNETT, HELENE 4
November 27, 1958 CLAUSEN, JENS C 5
November 27, 1958 DENHOLM, ANDREW 5
November 27, 1958 OBAN, CLARA 3
November 27, 1958 PRO WRESTLING SLATED FOR KIRKLAND 2
November 27, 1958 BREAKWATER PROPOSED FOR SMALL BOAT MOORAGE 1
November 27, 1958 RAILROAD SIGNAL INSTALLATION NOW WITHIN SIGHT 1
November 27, 1958 RAILROAD SIGNAL INSTALLATION NOW WITHIN SIGHT 1
November 27, 1958 HOUGHTON TO ASK FOR CITY SERVICE ON SEWER LINES 1
December 4, 1958 CECELIA HARGRAVE DESCRIBES COLORFUL LIFE IN MEXICO 8
December 4, 1958 TWELVE-YEAR-OLD WINS SAN FRANCISCO TRIP (CROSS, KIM) 1
December 4, 1958 STORE DELUGED WITH GREETING CARDS FROM KIDS (CONNOLLY'S SHOES) 6
December 4, 1958 "TOYS FOR TOTS" CAMPAIGN NOW IN HIGH GEAR 9
December 4, 1958 BAZAAR TO BENEFIT STEWART SCHOOL WILL FEATURE GAY XMAS BOOTHS 13
December 4, 1958 KIRKLAND GIRLS COMPLETE BABY SITTING COURSE 6
December 4, 1958 CONSOLIDATION STUDY PROPOSED 1
December 4, 1958 INVITATIONS OUT TO HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI REUNION 1
December 4, 1958 SHOWBOAT MINSTREL SHOW OPENS FRIDAY EVE AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 9
December 4, 1958 HOUGHTON ASKS KIRKLAND'S HELP TO INSTALL YARROW BAY SEWER LINES 1
December 4, 1958 PETERSON, LULU JOSEPHINE 2
December 4, 1958 REYNOLDS, CAROLINE J 13
December 4, 1958 WALSH, WILLIAM 2
December 4, 1958 KIRKLAND-BELLEVUE EMBLEM CLUB TO INSTALL AT CEREMONY SATURDAY 13
December 4, 1958 JOIN THE RANKS OF THE VFW (PHOTO) 10
December 4, 1958 TWELVE-YEAR-OLD WINS SAN FRANCISCO TRIP (CROSS, KIM) 1
December 4, 1958 RAILROAD ENGINEERS TO STUDY CROSSING SITE 2
December 4, 1958 RAILROAD ENGINEERS TO STUDY CROSSING SITE 2
December 4, 1958 HOUGHTON ASKS KIRKLAND'S HELP TO INSTALL YARROW BAY SEWER LINES 1
December 4, 1958 SEWER DISTRICT PLAN DELAYED 1
December 11, 1958 FAMILY LIVING IN MEXICO FINDS FLOWERS BEAUTIFUL (HARGRAVE) 11
December 11, 1958 JOCKEY RETURNS FOR KIRKLAND VISIT (PRUEITT, DONALD) 9
December 11, 1958 KIRKLAND LAD ENTERS EUROPE WITH VANCOUVER BOY'S BAND (BOYLE, J) 10
December 11, 1958 MAIL CARRIER REWARDED FOR USABLE IDEA (OVINK, ROBERT H) 1
December 11, 1958 PETER CLARKE IS TOP UW EDITOR 9
December 11, 1958 GROUND BREAKING (PHOTO AT JUANITA SCHOOL) 3
December 11, 1958 NAME COURTNEY CHAMBER PREXY 1
December 11, 1958 FUN FASHIONS FOR THE YOUNG AT HEART (PHOTOS) 13
December 11, 1958 STUDENTS TAKE TEACHER WORK IN CLASSROOM 10
December 11, 1958 KATHERINE CANTERBURY, ERNEST PARKINSON 14
December 11, 1958 MINSTREL SHOW HUMOR ENJOYED 14
December 11, 1958 STUDENT WRITES KIRKLAND'S STORY (SHERRARD, WILLIAM R) 1
December 11, 1958 CITY DONS GAY ATTIRE TO WELCOME HOLIDAYS 1
December 11, 1958 INTERNATIONAL DINNER CLUB SERVES TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS MEAL 14
December 11, 1958 MEANING OF CHRISTMAS RELATED BY MINISTERS 11
December 11, 1958 TOWN WILL ASK SEWER DISTRICT FOR WITHDRAWAL 1
December 11, 1958 SCHOOL BREAK IN STILL UNSOLVED 8
December 11, 1958 GRAHAM, MARIAN ALICE 2
December 11, 1958 INTERNATIONAL DINNER CLUB SERVES TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS MEAL 14
December 11, 1958 HAPPY BIRTHDAY (PHOTO OF GIRL SCOUT TROOP NO 1338) 12
December 11, 1958 JOB'S DAUGHTERS WILL INSTALL AT PUBLIC CEREMONY 12
December 11, 1958 JOCKEY RETURNS FOR KIRKLAND VISIT (PRUEITT, DONALD) 9
December 11, 1958 MEANING OF CHRISTMAS RELATED BY MINISTERS 11
December 11, 1958 TOWN WILL ASK SEWER DISTRICT FOR WITHDRAWAL 1
December 18, 1958 SET DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY (RECOR, MR AND MRS MARTIN) 1
December 18, 1958 GUAM RESIDENT HOME ON VISIT (WAITE, GLORIA) 1
December 18, 1958 SCHOOLS MEET FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS 1
December 18, 1958 E H ROGERS APPOINTED TO DIRECT KIRKLAND'S MARCH OF DIMES DRIVE 8
December 18, 1958 FORMER STUDENTS INVITED TO HIGH SCHOOL REUNION 9
December 18, 1958 CAROL ANN CONE, JOSEPH W NICKLAUS 13
December 18, 1958 FRANCES ALLEN, JIM SUMNER 13
December 18, 1958 SCHOOLS MEET FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS 1
December 18, 1958 GALA LIGHT CELEBRATION SCHEDULED FOR JUANITA 1
December 18, 1958 MEANING OF CHRISTMAS RELATED BY LOCAL MINISTERS 8
December 18, 1958 CITIZENS REFUSE WATER HOOK-UP; FACE SHUTOFF 1
December 18, 1958 CITY TO HELP HOUGHTON INSTALL SEWER LINES 1
December 18, 1958 GALA LIGHT CELEBRATION SCHEDULED FOR JUANITA 1
December 18, 1958 JUANITA STUDY GROUP CONSIDERS CHANGES IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT 9
December 18, 1958 GREGORY SLAYER SUSPECT QUESTIONING CONTINUES 1
December 18, 1958 DILL, ALFRED C 9
December 18, 1958 OLDSTERS PLAN BOWLING TEAM 7
December 18, 1958 NEGOTIATIONS COMPLETED FOR COUNTY PARK 2
December 18, 1958 MEANING OF CHRISTMAS RELATED BY LOCAL MINISTERS 8
December 18, 1958 CITIZENS REFUSE WATER HOOK-UP; FACE SHUTOFF 1
December 18, 1958 CITY TO HELP HOUGHTON INSTALL SEWER LINES 1
December 18, 1958 JOAN CLARK, FREDERICK POTTER 12
December 25, 1958 HA'PENNY NO LONGER BUYS "SWEETS" (WHEADON, MRS PERCY) 1
December 25, 1958 KIM CROSS, MOTHER LEAVE FRIDAY FOR SAN FRANCISCO 1
December 25, 1958 MISSIONARY FAMILY CELEBRATES XMAS IN KIRKLAND (HOLM, JESS) 5
December 25, 1958 SCHOOL ACQUIRES 'B' PROJECT LAND FOR FUTURE USE 8
December 25, 1958 NELS STENSLAND OPENS NEW BAKERY IN ORVILLE 9
December 25, 1958 GRADE SCHOOL CHILDREN PRESENT CITY EMPLOYEES WITH SCROLL 8
December 25, 1958 GRADE SCHOOL CHILDREN PRESENT CITY EMPLOYEES WITH SCROLL 8
December 25, 1958 SID R HAMMOND ADMINISTRATOR FOR DISTRICT 414 5
December 25, 1958 DEPRESSION ENDS PLAN FOR STEEL MILL IN KIRKLAND 12
December 25, 1958 CHRISTMAS TRAIL TOUR WILL OPEN WEDNESDAY EVE 1
December 25, 1958 CHURCHES PLAN SPECIAL RITES FOR CHRISTMAS 1
December 25, 1958 SPUTNIK CHRISTMAS TREES (PHOTO) 12
December 25, 1958 JUANITA SURVEY SHOWS REVENUE POTENTIAL IN AREA ... 2
December 25, 1958 PUGET SOUND SHIPS IN WINTER STORAGE AT HOUGHTON (PHOTO) 9