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 7, 1960 SEARS RENOVATES QUARTERS; ADDS STORAGE SPACE 2
January 7, 1960 KIRKLAND'S BUSINESS GROWTH RISES MORE THAN 9 PER CENT 2
January 7, 1960 LEONARD PAULSON HEADS OIL COMPANY 2
January 7, 1960 SALESMAN JOINS AUTOMOBILE FIRM (SIMPSON, BOB) 2
January 7, 1960 28 FAMILIES RECEIVE YULE BASKETS, TOYS 7
January 7, 1960 A SALUTE TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS WHO GUARD OUR SCHOOL CROSSINGS 10
January 7, 1960 CITIZENS COUNCIL ADVISES $556,000 INCREASE IN SCHOOL SPENDING 1
January 7, 1960 CLASS OF '35 CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY AT BANQUET 7
January 7, 1960 SCHOOL BUDGET COULD EXCEED $3 MILLION 1
January 7, 1960 JUANITA FIRE ALARM BRINGS ACTION 1
January 7, 1960 POLICE CAR BIDS OPENED, HEARING SET ON ANNEXATION, ZONING REQUEST 5
January 7, 1960 CLASS OF '35 CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY AT BANQUET 7
January 7, 1960 JUANITA FIRE ALARM BRINGS ACTION 1
January 7, 1960 CONSTRUCTION STARTS ON SHELTER ABOVE WATERFRONT 1
January 7, 1960 PHILLIPS, WILLIAM L 2
January 7, 1960 STEINER, FRANK 2
January 7, 1960 JOURNAL'S CAMERA RECORDS AT RANDOM, SCENES OF KIRKLAND AREA 9
January 7, 1960 CONSTRUCTION STARTS ON SHELTER ABOVE WATERFRONT 1
January 7, 1960 CITY APPROVES HELICOPTER LANDING AREA 1
January 7, 1960 HELICOPTER DEMONSTRATION GREETED WITH ENTHUSIASM BY SPECTATORS 1
January 7, 1960 ACCOUNTING FIRM TO STUDY WATER, SEWER UTILITIES; COST APPROVED 5
January 7, 1960 HELENA MCKIBBEN, MELVIN KIRKWOOD 8
January 7, 1960 MARGARET HAYES, DON ABEL 8
January 7, 1960 MARYLEE PHILLIPS, LARRY FOSS 8
January 14, 1960 HOUSEWIFE WINS FIRST PLACE IN PLAY-WRITING CONTEST (ALDERMAN, E) 8
January 14, 1960 PLANNING BOARD TO HEAR PROPOSAL FOR 10-STORY LAKEFRONT APT BLDG 1
January 14, 1960 PETE BOWLUS JOINS CHEVROLET STAFF 6
January 14, 1960 A SALUTE TO LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT'S SAFETY PATROL 12
January 14, 1960 CIVIL DEFENSE ROUTE OUTLINED FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT 9
January 14, 1960 CITIZENS COUNCIL URGES INCREASED SCHOOL SPENDING 1
January 14, 1960 CIVIL DEFENSE ROUTE OUTLINED FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT 9
January 14, 1960 SEATTLE BANK BUYS $450,000 SCHOOL BONDS 2
January 14, 1960 CIVIC CENTER GOES TO THE BIRDS AS PIGEONS AND FANCIERS TAKE OVER 1
January 14, 1960 CONTESTS SET IN HOUGHTON FOR MAYOR, COUNCIL POSTS 1
January 14, 1960 POSTPONE ACTION ON WATER LINES FOR HOUGHTON 1
January 14, 1960 BREAKWATER BUILT AT WAVERLY PARK TO PROVIDE SELF-CONTAINED BEACH 6
January 14, 1960 VANBEBBER, CHARLES 6
January 14, 1960 WOMAN'S CLUB OBSERVES 40TH BIRTHDAY PARTY 10
January 14, 1960 POLITICAL PARADE (COMPTON, GEORGE / BOWEN, F L (BILL)) 1
January 14, 1960 POLITICAL PARADE (HUFTY, BILL / KAISER, LINCOLN) 2
January 14, 1960 WONDERFUL WORLD OF LITTLE LEAGUE GETS OFF TO FAST, FURIOUS START 5
January 14, 1960 BREAKWATER BUILT AT WAVERLY PARK TO PROVIDE SELF-CONTAINED BEACH 6
January 14, 1960 POSTPONE ACTION ON WATER LINES FOR HOUGHTON 1
January 14, 1960 AMY YOUNG, WILLIAM BRIGHT 10
January 14, 1960 JANET OLSON, DOUGLAS RAE 10
January 21, 1960 KIRKLAND, SEATTLE PAINTERS' WORKS TO BE EXHIBITED AT CELLAR GALLERY 7
January 21, 1960 CITIZENS BANK DEPOSITS UP HALF MILLION 2
January 21, 1960 HOUGHTON HOUSEWIFE TWISTS HOBBY IN TOP TEACHING PROFESSION (OLSEN) 8
January 21, 1960 JEFF FLOWERS BLOSSOMS INTO TOP RATED YOUNG FIGURE SKATER 1
January 21, 1960 KIRKLAND HOUSEWIFE-ARTIST TO EXHIBIT WORK (HALDEMAN, JOANNE) 6
January 21, 1960 CITY TO CALL FOR FIRE HALL VOTE 1
January 21, 1960 DOUGLAS BENSON JOINS OIL COMPANY 2
January 21, 1960 FLAME STEAKHOUSE OPENS "21" ROOM 2
January 21, 1960 NEW SALESMAN AT KIRKLAND FURNITURE CO (WATTS, FRANK) 2
January 21, 1960 MOTHERS MARCH JANUARY 28 TO CLOSE DIMES DRIVE 10
January 21, 1960 A SALUTE TO LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT'S SAFETY PATROL 6
January 21, 1960 NEW JUANITA ANNEXATION PROPOSED 1
January 21, 1960 $530,000 EXCESS TAX LEVY ASKED FOR SCHOOLS 1
January 21, 1960 READING COURSE OFFERED ADULTS 7
January 21, 1960 CITY TO CALL FOR FIRE HALL VOTE 1
January 21, 1960 CITY APPOINTS FIRM TO CONDUCT SURVEY OF SEWER FACILITIES 2
January 21, 1960 CITY TO CALL FOR FIRE HALL VOTE 1
January 21, 1960 DON BERDAN APPOINTED AS CITY ENGINEER 2
January 21, 1960 THIRD CANDIDATE ENTERS RACE TO BECOME MAYOR OF HOUGHTON 1
January 21, 1960 NEW JUANITA ANNEXATION PROPOSED 1
January 21, 1960 KIRKLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY ADDS PATRONS AND BOOKS DURING YEAR 9
January 21, 1960 KING, D CLAIR 6
January 21, 1960 POLITICAL PARADE (JOHNSON, HOWARD B / WILLS, WILLIAM J) 2
January 21, 1960 POLITICAL PARADE (MASSIE, CLAUDE / ESCOTT, EDWARD) 1
January 21, 1960 UNITARIANS CELEBRATE 10TH ANNIVERSARY 7
January 21, 1960 KIRKLAND FREE OF TRAFFIC DEATHS FOR '59 6
January 21, 1960 KIRKLANDITES CARRY CAMPAIGN FOR TRAFFIC INTERCHANGE TO OLYMPIA 1
January 21, 1960 CITY APPOINTS FIRM TO CONDUCT SURVEY OF SEWER FACILITIES 2
January 21, 1960 AVIS HATHAWAY, ARTHUR BEECH 10
January 28, 1960 OUR TOWN (REBHUHN, CARL) 2
January 28, 1960 SENIOR WINS 'HOMEMAKER' TITLE (TUTTLE, MARCIA ANN) 8
January 28, 1960 FIRST DORMITORY BUILT ON CAMPUS OF NEW NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE 9
January 28, 1960 PUBLIC WILL VIEW FIRST DISTRICT HEALTH OFFICE AT SUNDAY RECEPTION 7
January 28, 1960 GOING, GOING GONE ... OLD LANDMARK DISAPPEARS (HOLY FAMILY CHURCH 1
January 28, 1960 TOY, HOBBY STORE EXPANDS INVENTORY (ELVES WONDERLAND) 5
January 28, 1960 SALUTE TO LAKE WASHINGTON'S SCHOOL SAFETY PATROL 9
January 28, 1960 HOUGHTON COUNCIL WILL ACT MONDAY ON MARINA PARK FOR SHIPYARD 1
January 28, 1960 PLANNING COMMISSION REFERS SAND PIT ZONING PETITION TO COMMITTEE 2
January 28, 1960 IT'S 'TOUCH AND GO' FOR YOUNG TYPISTS AT KIRKLAND JR HIGH SCHOOL 7
January 28, 1960 FRANCES ANN ROBERTS, ROC O CALDWELL 8
January 28, 1960 DISTRICT FIRE CHIEF ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR JUANITA DEPARTMENT 7
January 28, 1960 GOING, GOING GONE ... OLD LANDMARK DISAPPEARS (HOLY FAMILY CHURCH 1
January 28, 1960 ACTIVE HOUGHTON VOTERS CLEAN OUT TOWN'S REGISTRATION FORM SUPPLY 5
January 28, 1960 CHUCK HOWE FILES FOR COUNCIL POST 1
January 28, 1960 HOUGHTON COUNCIL WILL ACT MONDAY ON MARINA PARK FOR SHIPYARD 1
January 28, 1960 DISTRICT FIRE CHIEF ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR JUANITA DEPARTMENT 7
January 28, 1960 HOUGHTON COUNCIL WILL ACT MONDAY ON MARINA PARK FOR SHIPYARD 1
January 28, 1960 HOUGHTON COUNCIL WILL ACT MONDAY ON MARINA PARK FOR SHIPYARD 1
January 28, 1960 POLICE USE RADAR TO CHECK TRAFFIC NEAR SCHOOL ZONES 2
January 28, 1960 CARLSON, ALFRED J 5
January 28, 1960 HANKINSON, RUSSELL 9
January 28, 1960 WALKER, JAMES RICHARD 7
January 28, 1960 AMERICAN LEGION POST SPONSORS FIRST CUB SCOUT PACK IN COUNTRY 6
January 28, 1960 ACTIVE HOUGHTON VOTERS CLEAN OUT TOWN'S REGISTRATION FORM SUPPLY 5
January 28, 1960 POLITICAL PARADE (BOOKWALTER, EARL R / BRAYDEN, TED E M) 2
January 28, 1960 POLITICAL PARADE (GELOW, LEO O / BRYANT, MARINER W) 2
January 28, 1960 POLITICAL PARADE (WOODSON, E E / MYERS, HOWARD) 1
January 28, 1960 JOURNAL STAFFER WORKS CIRCULATION (FITCH, HARRY A) 2
January 28, 1960 HOUGHTON COUNCIL WILL ACT MONDAY ON MARINA PARK FOR SHIPYARD 1
January 28, 1960 LONG WAIT FORESEEN ON EVERGREEN BRIDGE DECISION BY SUPREME COURT 1
January 28, 1960 STATE STARTS PLANS FOR HIGHWAY INTERCHANGE 1
January 28, 1960 COULD THIS BE SPRING? SOME ROBINS THINK SO 1
February 4, 1960 BANK NAMES SAME OFFICERS FOR 1960 2
February 4, 1960 CHUCK MCCLINTICK ARRIVES HOME FROM STAY IN ITALY AS STUDENT 7
February 4, 1960 OUT TOWN (SALA, WENDELL & FRIEDA) 2
February 4, 1960 FIRM TO INSTALL COFFEE SHOP ON KIRKLAND AVENUE 2
February 4, 1960 GAS WAR HITS KIRKLAND AREA 1
February 4, 1960 KIRKLAND FIRM MOVES QUARTERS TO BELLEVUE (PACIFIC COAST TRADING) 2
February 4, 1960 MOTHERS COLLECT $1925 FOR AREA MARCH OF DIMES 9
February 4, 1960 A SALUTE TO OUR SCHOOL SAFETY PATROL 11
February 4, 1960 YOUNG PEOPLE TAKE TO THE HILLS FOR WEEKEND OF SKIING FUN 8
February 4, 1960 KIRKLAND COUNCIL POSTPONES ACTION ON GRAVEL PIT ANNEXATION PETITION 1
February 4, 1960 MAYOR EWING DENIES CHARGES THAT HOUGHTON FINANCES ARE 'CRITICAL' 1
February 4, 1960 $3 MILLION MARINA PLANS ACCEPTED BY TOWN COUNCIL 1
February 4, 1960 MAYOR EWING DENIES CHARGES THAT HOUGHTON FINANCES ARE 'CRITICAL' 1
February 4, 1960 POLICE COURT REVENUE REPORT EVOKES CRITICISM 1
February 4, 1960 POLICE PROBE THEFT OF TIRE 2
February 4, 1960 VANDALS BREAK IN LAKEVIEW SCHOOL 2
February 4, 1960 BURLAND, EARL 2
February 4, 1960 MICHAEL GAMLEM, JOHN BAILEY EARN TWO OF SCOUTING'S TOP AWARDS 1
February 4, 1960 KIRKLAND CANDIDATES REPLY TO QUESTIONS BY LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS 9
February 4, 1960 KIRKLAND VOTERS TO CAST BALLOTS IN PRIMARY ELECTION NEXT TUESDAY 1
February 4, 1960 JOURNAL WRITER READS GREEK AS LATEST PASTIME (BELTS, HAZEL) 6
February 4, 1960 THE WIND BLEW AND THE TREE FLEW (PHOTO) 1
February 4, 1960 MAXENE RUTLEDGE, KENNETH HAROLD JOHNSON 10
February 11, 1960 JUDI WHITE ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT TRIP TO NORWAY; TELLS IMPRESSIONS 8
February 11, 1960 SETTLERS' UPRISING IN ALGERIA 'HITS HOME' TO STUDENT (ROSSIER, A) 1
February 11, 1960 PRESENT LOCATION PROPOSED FOR NEW CITY FIRE STATION 7
February 11, 1960 A SALUTE TO LAKE WASHINGTON'S SCHOOL SAFETY PATROL 5
February 11, 1960 OUR RISING SCHOOL COSTS: WHAT'S THE STORY? 1
February 11, 1960 CHILDREN'S CLASSES IN CERAMICS GROW FROM HOBBY STARTED BY FAMILY 9
February 11, 1960 PRESENT LOCATION PROPOSED FOR NEW CITY FIRE STATION 7
February 11, 1960 BAGGALEY POLLS 21 PER CENT OF VOTE; WILL OPPOSE EARL BOOKWALTER 1
February 11, 1960 KIRKLAND, HOUGHTON AMONG CITIES CITED FOR ROLE IN METRO PLAN 1
February 11, 1960 JUDGE ANSWERS CRITICISM ON COURT REVENUES 1
February 11, 1960 KIRKLAND POLICE SUBDUE 'WANTED' REDMOND YOUTH 1
February 11, 1960 WINDEL, ELSIE 9
February 11, 1960 FORMER EDITOR NAMED PUBLISHER OF MONTANA NEWSPAPER (CARAHER, JOE) 1
February 11, 1960 JOURNAL WRITER CELEBRATES 10TH YEAR WITH PAPER (RUTHERFORD, JERRY 11
February 11, 1960 UNOFFICIAL TABULATION OF PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOTING 6
February 11, 1960 PARKING FACILITY TO BE IMPROVED 1
February 11, 1960 PLANS TO EXTEND 108TH AVE NE DELAYED 1 YEAR 7
February 11, 1960 PROGRESS MADE ON METRO'S 90" TRUNK SEWER 2
February 11, 1960 KAY LORELLE TURPIN, DAVID LON SHIREY 10
February 18, 1960 KIRKLAND BACHELOR GIVES ADVICE ON STAYING SINGLE (OLSEN, SAM) 8
February 18, 1960 WIFE WINS TRIP TO OLYMPICS IN NATIONAL CONTEST (SAUNDERS, ADELE) 5
February 18, 1960 CITIZENS BANK OPENS 'LAKE PLAZA' OFFICE; LAKESIDE CLEANERS ADD  6
February 18, 1960 NEW FIRE HALL BOND ISSUE PLACED ON BALLOT 7
February 18, 1960 LUTHERAN CHURCH DEDICATION SET 8
February 18, 1960 ZONING DENIED FOR RESTAURANT ON 116TH AVE 2
February 18, 1960 A SALUTE TO OUR SCHOOL SAFETY PATROL 11
February 18, 1960 WILDWOOD HEIGHTS IN HOUGHTON MIGHT BE DELAYED BY LEGAL SNAG 1
February 18, 1960 THE QUESTION OF MAINTENANCE AND LIBRARIES - WHERE DO WE STAND? 9
February 18, 1960 6 SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES ON MARCH BALLOT 9
February 18, 1960 ANNUAL COOKING SCHOOL SLATED FOR APRIL 5 T KIRKLAND CIVIC CENTER 1
February 18, 1960 NEW FIRE HALL BOND ISSUE PLACED ON BALLOT 7
February 18, 1960 WILDWOOD HEIGHTS IN HOUGHTON MIGHT BE DELAYED BY LEGAL SNAG 1
February 18, 1960 LIBRARY PATRONS WORK TO SAVE FACILITY FOR TOWN OF HOUGHTON 6
February 18, 1960 CORAHORGI, HELEN 7
February 18, 1960 NORDRUM, HANS C 2
February 18, 1960 STORM, WILLIAM E 6
February 18, 1960 BOOKWALTER AND BAGGALEY CROSS (S)WORDS ABOUT ELECTION PROMISES 1
February 18, 1960 POLITICAL PARADE (EWING, JOHN / DIEHL, DAVID B) 2
February 18, 1960 POLITICAL PARADE (SCOFIELD, H JACK, BRITT, JOHN F) 2
February 18, 1960 BUSY HOUSEWIFE FINDS TIME FOR COLUMN WRITING (SPARLING, ROXANNE) 11
February 18, 1960 LONG WAIT PREDICTED FOR FINAL PHASE OF TRAFFIC INTERCHANGE 1
February 18, 1960 BIG WIND MEANS HEADACHE FOR SOME; FREE DAY FOR OTHERS 1
February 25, 1960 H & N FARMS NAMES SERVICE MAN (POOR, HAROLD) 9
February 25, 1960 JOURNAL AD BRINGS RESULTS; GARY (TVARDY) TOOTS A HARMONICA NOW 1
February 25, 1960 KIRKLAND SOLDIER SELECTED ENLISTED MAN OF THE YEAR (DEICKMILLER) 1
February 25, 1960 LAKE WASHINGTON SR WINS 5 AWARDS IN COMPETITION (BROWN, CLAYDINE) 10
February 25, 1960 PHONE COMPANY EMPLOYEE RETIRES (RIGGS, GENEVA E) 9
February 25, 1960 HERB HUFF SELECTED AS YEAR'S SALESMAN 2
February 25, 1960 HIGH SALESWOMAN FOR PENNEY'S STORE RETIRES IN MARCH (SIMMONS, LENA 10
February 25, 1960 SALUTE TO LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL'S SAFETY PATROL 11
February 25, 1960 CHANGES ASKED IN HONORS PROGRAM AT GRADUATION 5
February 25, 1960 CLASSROOM SPACE IS ALREADY AT A PREMIUM .. BUT IT COULD GET WORSE 7
February 25, 1960 STUDENTS ATTEND TEENAGE DRIVERS MEETING TODAY 2
February 25, 1960 T B MITCHELL CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL POSITION 5
February 25, 1960 HOUSING MAJOR NEGRO PROBLEM 9
February 25, 1960 KIRKLAND SOLDIER SELECTED ENLISTED MAN OF THE YEAR (DEICKMILLER) 1
February 25, 1960 PILOT PROMOTED TO NAVY CAPTAIN (MORSE, RUSSELL P) 1
February 25, 1960 POLITICAL PARADE (MATTHIAS, ROBERT / HOWE, CHUCK) 6
February 25, 1960 POLITICAL PARADE (RATHJEN, ROBERT F / THORMAHLEN, ERNEST J) 2
February 25, 1960 YARROW BAY MARINA CHANGES OWNERSHIP; PLANS UNDER WAY FOR NEW FACILITY 1
February 25, 1960 COUNTY ROAD PROJECTS IN AREA TOTAL $119,000 1
March 3, 1960 CELLAR GALLERY TO SHOW WORK OF LATVIAN ARTIST (MATISONS, JULIUS) 7
March 3, 1960 SEATTLE'S FIRST LEAP BABY CLAIMED HERE (HAIGHT, MARK EUGENE) 1
March 3, 1960 RESIDENTS TO VOTE WEDNESDAY ON $115,000 FIRE HALL BOND PROPOSAL 2
March 3, 1960 WILDWOOD TRACT GETS GO-AHEAD FROM COUNCIL 1
March 3, 1960 CHAMBER PLANS THREE TRADE AND PROMOTION DAYS 1
March 3, 1960 A FINAL LOOK AT THE $530,000 SCHOOL LEVY PROPOSAL 7
March 3, 1960 FINALISTS IN SCHOLASTIC COMPETITION (ZOOK, RODDY / STARK, PEGGY) 9
March 3, 1960 HERE ARE THE KIRKLAND, HOUGHTON AND SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES 8
March 3, 1960 TUESDAY'S GENERAL ELECTION TO AFFECT MUNICIPALITIES AND SCHOOLS 1
March 3, 1960 KIRKLAND'S VOLUNTEER FIREMEN START FUND DRIVE 7
March 3, 1960 RESIDENTS TO VOTE WEDNESDAY ON $115,000 FIRE HALL BOND PROPOSAL 2
March 3, 1960 TUESDAY'S GENERAL ELECTION TO AFFECT MUNICIPALITIES AND SCHOOLS 1
March 3, 1960 SAFECRACKER MAKES EASY WORK OF KIRKLAND TAVERN; $800 STOLEN 1
March 3, 1960 LIBRARY BOARD URGES 'YES' VOTE 1
March 3, 1960 BOWEN, FLORENCE 2
March 3, 1960 ERICKSON, LENORE 2
March 3, 1960 LYMAN, RAY ALFRED 9
March 3, 1960 MOSER, MAURICE 9
March 3, 1960 SCOTT, MARGARET 9
March 3, 1960 KIRKLAND AREA CHURCHES OBSERVE 74TH WORLD DAY OF PRAYER FRIDAY 10
March 3, 1960 COUNTY ORDERS REDUCED SPEED AT JUANITA DR 5
March 3, 1960 'REVERSIBLE LANE' TEST SET FOR FLOATING BRIDGE 1
March 3, 1960 STATE SETS DATE FOR MAY 16 ON HIGHWAY ACCESS 1
March 3, 1960 10 PER CENT RISE IN KIRKLAND AREA TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS IN 1959 7
March 3, 1960 INSTALL SEWAGE LINE ALONG LAKE STREET 1
March 10, 1960 AREA MUSICIANS TO GIVE MESSIAH 9
March 10, 1960 SAMMAMISH VALLEY DESCRIBED BY AUTHOR IN 'NEW YORKER' (HUDSON, L) 8
March 10, 1960 FIREMEN REJOICE AT THOUGHT OF NEW QUARTERS 1
March 10, 1960 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERS NAMED TO COMMITTEES FOR 1960 9
March 10, 1960 PLIGHT OF KIRKLAND FAMILY BRINGS CALL FOR AID (SHUMAKER, BURRELL) 1
March 10, 1960 A SALUTE TO OUR SCHOOL SAFETY PATROL 6
March 10, 1960 REQUEST FOR ANNEXATION APPROVED 1
March 10, 1960 BIBLE COLLEGE BOON TO AREA, PREXY REPORTS 5
March 10, 1960 DECREASE NOTED IN HEARING PROBLEMS AMONG LAKE WASHINGTON PUPILS 7
March 10, 1960 LAKE WASH. SELECTED FOR 'PROJECT TALENT' PROGRAM 7
March 10, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD FORMS TEACHER TRAINING UNIT 2
March 10, 1960 SCHOOL LEVY GETS ALMOST 70% APPROVAL 1
March 10, 1960 TWO SCHOOL POSTS DECIDED, ONE IN DOUBT 1
March 10, 1960 FIREMEN REJOICE AT THOUGHT OF NEW QUARTERS 1
March 10, 1960 BAGGALEY WINS BY 32 VOTES; BOOKWALTER MAY ASK FOR RECOUNT 1
March 10, 1960 CITY ATTORNEY TO NEGOTIATE FOR LAND EASEMENT 1
March 10, 1960 HOUGHTON VOTERS TURN OUT IN RESOR NUMBERS TO ELECT MAYOR, COUNCIL 1
March 10, 1960 ARMY ENGINEERS LIFT LAKE LEVEL 9
March 10, 1960 CUTLER, ALMA 6
March 10, 1960 GANTEN, NICHOLAS D 6
March 10, 1960 KNOWLES, WILLIAM H 6
March 10, 1960 SAND, LILLIAN ELAINE 6
March 10, 1960 SOLDWELL, HAZEL MILDRED 6
March 10, 1960 EARLY BRIDGE DECISION SEEN BY ROSELLINI 2
March 10, 1960 TRAFFIC TEST ON BRIDGE SET FOR TUESDAY 1
March 10, 1960 LAST WEEK'S SNOWFALL, IT MEANT ACCIDENTS FOR SOME, PLAYTIME FOR O 9
March 10, 1960 BARBARA MAY OSTHELLER, PETER PRIMEAU 10
March 10, 1960 MARGOT BRACE, ROBERT MASH 10
March 17, 1960 COLMAN BEGINS 21ST YEAR AS TOP DRUGGIST 1
March 17, 1960 PIONEER RESIDENT MOVED TO KIRKLAND IN 1894 (BARRIE, LUCY GRISWOLD 13
March 17, 1960 COLMAN BEGINS 21ST YEAR AS TOP DRUGGIST 1
March 17, 1960 KIRKLAND STUDENTS CHA-CHA TO LATIN BEAT; JIVE TO ROCK 'N ROLL 9
March 17, 1960 SALUTE TO LK WASH SCHOOL SAFETY PATROL 11-Oct
March 17, 1960 KIRKLAND STUDENTS CHA-CHA TO LATIN BEAT; JIVE TO ROCK 'N ROLL 9
March 17, 1960 STATION QUIET AT NIGHT ... FIREMEN WATCH TV, TALK AND WAIT 1
March 17, 1960 NEW MAYOR OF HOUGHTON WAS CONFIDENT OF VICTORY 1
March 17, 1960 FREE CHEST X-RAYS WILL BE OFFERED IN KIRKLAND BY COUNTY 1
March 17, 1960 HOUGHTON STARTS PUBLIC HEARINGS ON TOWN ZONING 1
March 17, 1960 THIEVES FIND KEYS TO ADULT EDUCATION LOOT 1
March 17, 1960 MCKINNEY, DELL N 1
March 17, 1960 PHILLIPS, LOUIE G 1
March 17, 1960 PHILLIPS, MAE 1
March 17, 1960 TAUSAN, LEIF 2
March 17, 1960 RAY DUNLAP WINS JAYCEE POST; DIRECTOR, 5 NEW OFFICERS NAMED 1
March 17, 1960 PIPELINE CONTRACT AWARDED WEDNESDAY TO TIE WATER DISTRICT 81 1
March 24, 1960 13-YEAR-OLD JOE WALLACE HAS THE PLUCK TO BLAST THAT RUBBER PUCK 5
March 24, 1960 YOUNG SINGER WILL COMPETE IN TALENT CONTEST (JACKSON, WILLIE) 1
March 24, 1960 SPEED UP NOTED IN ISSUING BUILDING PERMITS 2
March 24, 1960 2 FAMILIES FLEE IN $6000 FIRE IN HOUGHTON HOUSE 1
March 24, 1960 NEW COFFEE SHOP OPENS SATURDAY (CORONA CUP COFFEE SHOP) 7
March 24, 1960 SALUTE TO OUR SCHOOL SAFETY PATROL 13
March 24, 1960 GRAVEL PIT ANNEXATION CONSIDERED AGAIN; ACTION POSTPONED TO APRIL 1
March 24, 1960 SPEED UP NOTED IN ISSUING BUILDING PERMITS 2
March 24, 1960 POPULAR COOKS RETURN TO COOKING SCHOOL APRIL 5 9
March 24, 1960 PUPILS AT STEWART SCHOOL FIND THURSDAY MOST IMPORTANT DAY OF WEEK 9
March 24, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD BEGINS WORK ON BUDGET 1
March 24, 1960 ANDREE ROBERTA TRENT, RAY YOUNG 12
March 24, 1960 SUSAN RAINWATER, JOE BERGEVIN 12
March 24, 1960 2 FAMILIES FLEE IN $6000 FIRE IN HOUGHTON HOUSE 1
March 24, 1960 BOOKWALTER ASKS FOR RECOUNT IN KIRKLAND'S MAYOR RACE 1
March 24, 1960 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN PROPOSED FOR HOUGHTON - 20000 POP. BY 1980 1
March 24, 1960 HOUGHTON ELECTION UNCHANGED AFTER RECOUNT OF VOTES MARCH 16 9
March 24, 1960 DYER, HARRY 5
March 24, 1960 KASEN, JORGEN 7
March 24, 1960 BOOKWALTER ASKS FOR RECOUNT IN KIRKLAND'S MAYOR RACE 1
March 24, 1960 BILL HUFTY AND MARTIN KRISTIANSON OPEN JUANITA REAL ESTATE OFFICE 2
March 24, 1960 REV B P MCKAY TO SPEAK TO NAZARENES 7
March 24, 1960 ST JOHN'S CHURCH NOW FULL-FLEDGED PARISH AFTER SUNDAY'S CELEBRATION 1
March 24, 1960 COMMISSIONERS ASK GOVERNOR FOR FAIR TRIAL ON REVERSIBLE LANE 1
March 24, 1960 DANA M GORDON, FRANCIS E BASS 12
March 24, 1960 DONNA LORRAINE NUDELL, EUGENE LOVE 12
March 24, 1960 NANCY LOUISE GASCH, FREDERICK JAMES GRANT 12
March 31, 1960 KIRKLAND COUPLE CELEBRATING GOLDEN WEDDING DAY (WHEADON, PERCIVAL 1
March 31, 1960 CHAPERONES STAY YOUNG WITH TEENAGERS (BARRIE, MR AND MRS BEN) 1
March 31, 1960 VAN DEVANTER, FORMER TEACHER, FILES FOR STATE EDUCATION POST 1
March 31, 1960 WALL RAISING (PHOTO OF CONSTRUCTION AT ART'S FOOD CENTER) 2
March 31, 1960 SPRUCE TREE PLANTED AT JUANITA SCHOOL 6
March 31, 1960 JUANITA HEIGHTS ONE OF FASTER GROWING RESIDENTIAL AREAS 11
March 31, 1960 ED BLEVINS NEW SALES MANAGER OF WILLS-SCHMIDT 2
March 31, 1960 HARTSHORN'S TV SHOP MOVED 10
March 31, 1960 NAME BIRD NEW SALES MANAGER AT HALLS MOTOR 2
March 31, 1960 A SALUTE TO OUR SAFETY PATROL 5
March 31, 1960 JUANITA HEIGHTS ONE OF FASTER GROWING RESIDENTIAL AREAS 11
March 31, 1960 RECORD CROWDS EXPECTED AT COOKING SCHOOL TUESDAY IN KIRKLAND 1
March 31, 1960 SCHOOL BUDGET UNDER STUDY 1
March 31, 1960 STUDENTS STUDY ... STRIVE FOR OBJECTIVES 9
March 31, 1960 FAMOUS LENNON SISTERS TAKE TIME OFF FOR HAYRIDE IN KIRKLAND 5
March 31, 1960 PUPPETEERS TO GIVE SHOW IN KIRKLAND 7
March 31, 1960 CONFLICTING EVENTS LEAD TO END OF ANNUAL SUMMER WATER CARNIVAL 1
March 31, 1960 RECOUNT GIVES ONE MORE VOTE TO BOOKWALTER 1
March 31, 1960 HOUGHTON RESIDENTS ASK FOR LAKE BUSINESS ZONE 1
March 31, 1960 GRANT, MARY E 6
March 31, 1960 HEEGARD, WALTER 6
March 31, 1960 HULL, CHARLES P 6
March 31, 1960 JONES, CHARLES F 6
March 31, 1960 REAVES, LEWIS HENRY 6
March 31, 1960 RUSSELL, ELIZABETH 7
March 31, 1960 WEPPLER, WARNER 5
March 31, 1960 A CAMPFIRE GIRL DIGS - SMILES - AND GUZZLES (PHOTOS) 7
March 31, 1960 JOURNAL REPORTER ACCEPTS NEW JOB (LYNCH, PAM) 2
March 31, 1960 JUANITA HEIGHTS ONE OF FASTER GROWING RESIDENTIAL AREAS 11
March 31, 1960 ZONING CHANGE WILL AID NEW INTERCHANGE 5
April 7, 1960 EXHIBIT BASED ON THE ART OF ARCHITECTURE TO OPEN AT CELLAR GALLERY 2
April 7, 1960 'MESSIAH' TO BE GIVEN SUNDAY AT JR HIGH SCHOOL 8
April 7, 1960 4 GENERATIONS OF FAMILY TO PARTICIPATE IN PRIMROSE SHOW (GRISWOLD 7
April 7, 1960 MONDAY MORNING FIRE DAMAGES KIRKLAND HOME (OLSON, EDWIN) 1
April 7, 1960 SALUTE TO OUR SCHOOL SAFETY PATROL 6
April 7, 1960 CITY APPROVES ANNEXATION OF GRAVEL PIT AREA 1
April 7, 1960 COLORFUL COOKING SCHOOL ATTRACTS HUNDREDS OF EAST SIDE RESIDENTS 1
April 7, 1960 HIRAM TUTTLE NEW PRESIDENT OF SCHOOL BOARD 1
April 7, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES NEW LIBRARY PLAN 1
April 7, 1960 NANA JEAN HINKLE, ROBERT PAUL DOWNEY 9
April 7, 1960 SALLI LOU LARSON, DONALD RAY RYCHLIK 8
April 7, 1960 NEVA WHEATLEY IS FIRST ENTRY IN TITLE CONTEST 1
April 7, 1960 MONDAY MORNING FIRE DAMAGES KIRKLAND HOME (OLSON, EDWIN) 1
April 7, 1960 COUNCIL CALLS FOR NEW BIDS ON WATER BONDS 1
April 7, 1960 TAYLOR RECALLS HITTING COW WHILE DRIVING CADILLAC IN SPEED RUN 2
April 7, 1960 TOWN OFFICIALS TO PRESENT PLAN FOR HOUGHTON 1
April 7, 1960 VOLUNTEER COPS WORK WHILE CITY SLEEPS 1
April 7, 1960 GRANT, MARY ELLEN 5
April 7, 1960 MCBURNEY, JOSEPH 5
April 7, 1960 OLSON, BERNIE H 5
April 7, 1960 PAULSON, CARL 5
April 7, 1960 LEO O GELOW INSTALLED RULER OF ELKS LODGE 1
April 7, 1960 PELLEY DISCLOSES RESULTS OF VOTER SURVEY IN AREA 6
April 7, 1960 TAYLOR RECALLS HITTING COW WHILE DRIVING CADILLAC IN SPEED RUN 2
April 7, 1960 COUNCIL RECEIVES REPORT ON CITY SEWER SYSTEM 2
April 7, 1960 ERIN PATRICIA DALY, KENNETH JACOBSON 8
April 14, 1960 CRAFT WORK AT CELLAR GALLERY AIDS ARCHITECTURE 5
April 14, 1960 MRS CARROLL GIVEN NATIONAL CAMPFIRE AWARD 1
April 14, 1960 PETER RABBIT CAME - HE SAW - HE STAYED (RAMQUIST, NORMAN) 1
April 14, 1960 SERVICES BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 9
April 14, 1960 JR AND SR CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE TO CO-SPONSOR CITY WATER CARNIVAL 1
April 14, 1960 SCHOOL BANDMASTER PROGRAM SUCCESSFUL FOR YOUNG AND OLD PUPILS 7
April 14, 1960 DONNA RENOUARD, THOMAS CHAN 10
April 14, 1960 LINDA LOU HENDRICKSON, RONALD E CAMPBELL 10
April 14, 1960 DIANA DAY SEEKS MISS KIRKLAND PAGEANT TITLE 6
April 14, 1960 FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS FEATURED AT PRIMROSE SHOW 6
April 14, 1960 JR AND SR CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE TO CO-SPONSOR CITY WATER CARNIVAL 1
April 14, 1960 GRAVEL PIT TO BE HIGH ON MONDAY COUNCIL TOPICS 1
April 14, 1960 KIRKLAND AREA CHURCHES PLAN EASTER SERVICES 1
April 14, 1960 PUGET POWER WORKERS GET PAY RAISE 1
April 14, 1960 HOUGHTON & KIRKLAND JOIN FORCES TO ASSURE SAFETY ALONG WATERFRONT 9
April 14, 1960 HOUGHTON & KIRKLAND JOIN FORCES TO ASSURE SAFETY ALONG WATERFRONT 9
April 14, 1960 HALFERTY, ROSE 2
April 14, 1960 STANDERFER, IDA T 2
April 14, 1960 GRANDMOTHERS CLUB TO ORGANIZE HERE 6
April 14, 1960 KIRKLAND AREA CHURCHES PLAN EASTER SERVICES 1
April 14, 1960 WORK BEGINS ON PIPELINE LINKING CITY TO SEATTLE WATER SYSTEM 1
April 14, 1960 FRANCES ROBERTS, ROC CALDWELL 11
April 21, 1960 SURVEY SHOWS NEED FOR NEW CLASSROOMS 2
April 21, 1960 CITY SELLS WATER BONDS; ASKS FOR BIDS ON BONDS FOR NEW FIRE HALL 1
April 21, 1960 MANY PLANS UNDER WAY FOR NEW HOUSES IN GREATER KIRKLAND AREA 1
April 21, 1960 LUX AND ASSOCIATES EXPAND SERVICES 5
April 21, 1960 'THE SKIFF' HOLDS GRAND OPENING SATURDAY AT LAKE STREET ADDRESS 5
April 21, 1960 SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT MORTON JOHNSON GETS NEW THREE YEAR CONTRACT 1
April 21, 1960 FORMER SINGING STAR TO APPEAR AT BAPTIST CHURCH (FONTANE, TONY) 6
April 21, 1960 MARLENE ELDUEN SEEKS TITLE OF MISS KIRKLAND 1
April 21, 1960 PRIMROSE PAGEANT GOES ON DISPLAY AT KIRKLAND CIVIC CENTER 1
April 21, 1960 WORK CONTINUES ON PERMANENT CHASSIS FOR KIRKLAND PARADE FLOAT 9
April 21, 1960 CITY SELLS WATER BONDS; ASKS FOR BIDS ON BONDS FOR NEW FIRE HALL 1
April 21, 1960 CITY SELLS WATER BONDS; ASKS FOR BIDS ON BONDS FOR NEW FIRE HALL 1
April 21, 1960 COUNCIL GETS PETITION FOR ANNEXATION 2
April 21, 1960 COUNCIL OKS GRAVEL PIT ORDINANCE 5
April 21, 1960 PIGEON CAPERS IRK NEIGHBOR; COUNCIL SAYS NIX 1
April 21, 1960 SPECIAL POLIO CLINIC OFFERED FOR EAST SIDE 1
April 21, 1960 HOUGHTON SHOULD REMAIN RESIDENTIAL, COUNCIL ADVISES 1
April 21, 1960 NEW 'DRY' LUMBER FIRM TO OPEN NORTH OF KIRKLAND 2
April 21, 1960 POLICE ORDERED TO PICK UP JUNK CARS 1
April 21, 1960 BETTES, WILLIAM 7
April 21, 1960 COWAN, MARY ANN 1
April 21, 1960 TOP RETRIEVER PRIZE WON BY AREA LABRADOR (PEPPER, BOB) 5
April 21, 1960 LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE OFFERED IN KIRKLAND SUNDAY 9
April 21, 1960 COURT DECISION ON LAKE BRIDGE RECEIVES WARM GREETING HERE 1
April 21, 1960 CAROLINE JOY HOLTON, DEAN PROUDFOOT 10
April 21, 1960 JUDITH LYNNE SKYTTA, WALLACE ALDER 10
April 21, 1960 NANCY RANDALL, ROBERT KIRTLEY 10
April 28, 1960 KIRKLAND COUPLE TO CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING (ENGELBREKT) 1
April 28, 1960 KIRKLAND SCHOLAR GIVEN NATIONAL DEFENSE FELLOWSHIP (DAVIDSON, M) 8
April 28, 1960 MISS LOESBY SINGS WITH WESTMINSTER CHOIR OVER CBS 9
April 28, 1960 JUANITA FIRE HALL GETS DOLLED UP 2
April 28, 1960 JULY OPENING DATE SET FOR ROSE HILL VILLAGE 1
April 28, 1960 MAUDE FAULKNER WINS SALESMAN OF MONTH AWARD 9
April 28, 1960 DICK SHINSTROM NAMED TO UGN 1
April 28, 1960 CIVIL DEFENSE UNIT ALERTED FOR 'OPERATION' 1
April 28, 1960 COLLEGE QUESTIONS ANSWERED AT WORKSHOP FOR JUNIOR HIGH 6
April 28, 1960 FOUR STUDENT COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS NAMED FOR HIGH SCHOOL 1
April 28, 1960 DARLINE ANN GENSLER, CLIFFORD MOYER JR 10
April 28, 1960 KAREN ELDUEN, DALE BORGFORD 10
April 28, 1960 PRIMROSE SHOW IN KIRKLAND ATTRACTS VISITORS FROM NORTHWEST 9
April 28, 1960 JUANITA FIRE HALL GETS DOLLED UP 2
April 28, 1960 CHARLES JOHNSON RESIGNS AS KIRKLAND'S CITY ATTORNEY 1
April 28, 1960 STONE CLARK NAMED CHAIRMAN OF KIRKLAND PLANNING COMMISSION 1
April 28, 1960 JUANITA FIRE HALL GETS DOLLED UP 2
April 28, 1960 BIRDNAPPERS GET 8 PIGEONS; CAUSE DEATH OF 6 SQUAB 2
April 28, 1960 CHARLES JOHNSON RESIGNS AS KIRKLAND'S CITY ATTORNEY 1
April 28, 1960 STATE PATROL MIGHT SET UP KIRKLAND OFFICE 1
April 28, 1960 CRAWFORD, LOUISE MAY 6
April 28, 1960 DAVIES, CYNTHIA LYNN 2
April 28, 1960 JOHNSON, GUY 2
April 28, 1960 RADEN, MARGARET 6
May 5, 1960 WEST GERMANS CHECK HEISDORF CHICKS 8
May 5, 1960 ARMORY MAY SERVE AS TEMPORARY FIRE HALL FOR CITY 1
May 5, 1960 COUNTY PLANNERS OK RESIDENTIAL PLAT IN JUANITA 9
May 5, 1960 PLAT FOR DENNY PARK HEIGHTS GIVEN PRELIMINARY OKAY 2
May 5, 1960 ATTORNEYS REPRESENT HOUGHTON BUSINESSMEN AT ZONING HEARING 1
May 5, 1960 167 STUDENTS NAMED ON KIRKLAND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL 7
May 5, 1960 ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES TO DISPLAY WORK AT OPEN HOUSE MAY 12 8
May 5, 1960 BOARD FINDS BUSES MORE IMPORTANT THAN PAY RAISES 1
May 5, 1960 KANGS SET FOUR NEW RECORDS WHILE WINNING KINGCO TRACK TOURNEY 1
May 5, 1960 NINTH GRADE STUDENTS TO CELEBRATE GRADUATION 9
May 5, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD PONDERS BUDGET; PUBLIC HEARING FRIDAY NIGHT 1
May 5, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD RULES AGAINST GIDEON BIBLES 2
May 5, 1960 SIX MORE TEACHERS TO BE EMPLOYED, LIBRARIAN INCLUDED 2
May 5, 1960 TEACHERS HOLD PHONICS MEETING 7
May 5, 1960 ROSANNE GILBERT ENTERS KIRKLAND BEAUTY CONTEST 1
May 5, 1960 RALPH I THOMAS NEW CITY ATTORNEY 8
May 5, 1960 ATTORNEYS REPRESENT HOUGHTON BUSINESSMEN AT ZONING HEARING 1
May 5, 1960 COUNTY PLANNERS OK RESIDENTIAL PLAT IN JUANITA 9
May 5, 1960 HERE IS POSSIBLE LAYOUT OF KIRKLAND'S WATERFRONT 1
May 5, 1960 WINDOW SHOOTING REPORTED TO POLICE 8
May 5, 1960 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL TO OBSERVE HOSPITAL DAY AT OPEN HOUSE 6
May 5, 1960 CADELL, EDWARD V 8
May 5, 1960 HANSON, CAROL R 6
May 5, 1960 SCHREIBER, PAUL FRED 7
May 5, 1960 PIGEON FANCIERS INSIST HOBBY IS QUIET AND CLEAN 1
May 5, 1960 KANGS SET FOUR NEW RECORDS WHILE WINNING KINGCO TRACK TOURNEY 1
May 5, 1960 HERE IS POSSIBLE LAYOUT OF KIRKLAND'S WATERFRONT 1
May 5, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD RULES AGAINST GIDEON BIBLES 2
May 5, 1960 SIX LANE HIGHWAY TO LINK KIRKLAND AND BELLEVUE SOMEDAY 1
May 5, 1960 NEW MINIMUM RATES SET FOR SEATTLE WATER 1
May 5, 1960 KATHLEEN JOHNSON, DUANE LEACH 10
May 12, 1960 HOUGHTON MAN APPOINTED TO RADIO GROUP (NOON, ALBERT A) 9
May 12, 1960 LAKE WASHINGTON ART STUDENT WINS MEDAL (BROWN, CLAYDINE) 1
May 12, 1960 LARRY MCINNIS HAS SIMPLE RECIPE FOR FINDING 'LOST' GOLF BALLS 1
May 12, 1960 RESTAURANT SITE UNDER QUESTION FOR SECOND TIME (MOSCOW RESTAURANT 1
May 12, 1960 A SALUTE TO OUR SAFETY PATROL 8
May 12, 1960 PUBLIC INVITED TO INSPECT NEW TEXTBOOKS 1
May 12, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD ADOPTS PRELIMINARY 1960-61 BUDGET OF $4,219,617 1
May 12, 1960 BARBARA BOHANNON, DAVID CARLSON 11
May 12, 1960 TOWN CHANGES SPEED LIMITS 1
May 12, 1960 TOWN ACCEPTS POLICE CAR BID 8
May 12, 1960 SCHRIEBER, PAUL FRED 6
May 12, 1960 ZACKUSE, AMELIA 2
May 12, 1960 YOUNG EAST SIDE DANCERS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS IN NAT'L COMPETITION 9
May 12, 1960 LARRY MCINNIS HAS SIMPLE RECIPE FOR FINDING 'LOST' GOLF BALLS 1
May 12, 1960 CHURCH HERE RECOGNIZED AS FULL PARISH (ST JOHN'S EPISCOPAL) 2
May 12, 1960 BUS COMPANY ADDS MORNING RUN TO DENNY PARK; CHAMPAGNE POINT 1
May 12, 1960 HIGHWAY 1 PAVING DUE THIS SUMMER 1
May 12, 1960 PUBLIC MEETING TO OUTLINE PROPOSED HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS 9
May 12, 1960 TOWN CHANGES SPEED LIMITS 1
May 12, 1960 CAROL JEAN CHARLESON, ALBERT NICHOLES 10
May 19, 1960 EAST SIDE SYMPHONETTE ORCHESTRA TO GIVE CONCERT 9
May 19, 1960 DONNA HJORTH EARNS HIGHEST CAMP FIRE HONOR 10
May 19, 1960 ELECT JAL HALLS STATE PRESIDENT OF AUTO DEALERS 1
May 19, 1960 HUGH LADE GETS FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT GRANT 1
May 19, 1960 JUDGE MARY KING NAMED BPW STATE WOMAN OF ACHIEVEMENT 1
May 19, 1960 OUR TOWN (SIMMONS, THOMAS J) 2
May 19, 1960 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ARE POPPY DAYS IN KIRKLAND 10
May 19, 1960 A SALUTE TO LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT SAFETY PATROL 7
May 19, 1960 CITIZENS COUNCIL IN SPLIT DECISION AN FUTURE TEACHER RAISES 1
May 19, 1960 JR HIGH SCIENCE CLASS EXPERIMENTING WITH GAMMA-TREATED SEEDS 1
May 19, 1960 LAKE WASHINGTON STUDENTS USE VOTING MACHINES FOR SCHOOL ELECTIONS 9
May 19, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD INSPECTS NEW SCIENCE GEAR 6
May 19, 1960 MERRILY JOHNSON ENTERS CONTEST FOR BEAUTY TITLE 8
May 19, 1960 NAME SCHROEDER, R V ANDERSON TO CITY POSITIONS 6
May 19, 1960 CITIZENS GROUP PRESENTS PANEL ON FLUORIDATION 9
May 19, 1960 HOUGHTON COUNCIL OKAYS PROCEEDING WITH WATERLINES 8
May 19, 1960 KICKER KLUBBERS HELP INSTALL NEW BOAT FLOAT AT KIRKLAND WATERFRONT 1
May 19, 1960 PETERSON, HELEN A 7
May 19, 1960 RUNNER, MARGARET ANNE 6
May 19, 1960 SMITH, RHODA ALICE 6
May 19, 1960 SNYDER, AUGUSTUS MILTON 2
May 19, 1960 DONNA HJORTH EARNS HIGHEST CAMP FIRE HONOR 10
May 19, 1960 KICKER KLUBBERS HELP INSTALL NEW BOAT FLOAT AT KIRKLAND WATERFRONT 1
May 19, 1960 STATE HEARS EASTSIDERS PLEA FOR MORE ROAD FACILITIES 1
May 19, 1960 KIRKLAND ADOPTS NEW WATER RATES 1
May 26, 1960 KIRKLAND COUPLE WILL CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING (DORR) 7
May 26, 1960 CELLAR GALLERY TO HOLD FIRST EXHIBITION OF EAST SIDE H S ART 1
May 26, 1960 INGLEWOOD PRESBYTERIAN TO HOLD FIRST SERVICES IN NEW EDIFICE 10
May 26, 1960 MARY LOUISE GREEN, GERALD RANDOLPH 10
May 26, 1960 MARAUDING DOGS KILL ROSE HILL AREA LIVESTOCK 1
May 26, 1960 ELLEN BAILEY IS CITY'S 6TH ENTRY FOR BEAUTY TITLE 2
May 26, 1960 VETERANS PLAN MEMORIAL DAY RITES IN CITY 1
May 26, 1960 KIRKLAND'S GLOBE FEED MILLS CELEBRATES ITS FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY 9
May 26, 1960 JUANITA AREA FEELS 'SHOCK' OF LIGHTNING STORM 1
May 26, 1960 LAKE ZONING MAY CHANGE, PLANNER SAYS 1
May 26, 1960 FRANTZ, SYLVESTER 7
May 26, 1960 MORGAN, MATHEW ELMORE 2
May 26, 1960 NOYES, FRED J 2
May 26, 1960 WETMORE, MABLE 2
May 26, 1960 JOURNAL'S AD MANAGER ON UW PANEL (CONE, BILL) 6
May 26, 1960 JO ANNE GUNDERSON AWAITS BRITISH AMATEUR PLAY AFTER CURTIS CUP WI 5
May 26, 1960 KANGAROO TRACKMEN TAKE STATE TITLE; FIRST IN HISTORY OF LAKE WASH 4
May 26, 1960 KIRKLAND ATHLETES MAKE STATE AND WORLD NEWS 1
May 26, 1960 MAXINE CONOVER WINS CYCLE RACE AT VICTORIA B C 5
May 26, 1960 MYNAR BROS., PAULSON GIVE LAKE WASH. 2ND PLACE IN TENNIS TOURNEY 5
May 26, 1960 PLANS ANNOUNCED FOR RACING REGATTA ALONG KIRKLAND WATERFRONT 1
May 26, 1960 MARAUDING DOGS KILL ROSE HILL AREA LIVESTOCK 1
May 26, 1960 POPULATION UP 13 INSIDE CITY 1
May 26, 1960 PAVING CONTRACT LET FOR HIGHWAY 1 1
May 26, 1960 IT'S HERE! THAT GOOD, CLEAR, CLEAN SEATTLE WATER; FILL THY CUP! 1
May 26, 1960 PHONE COMPANY ANNUAL PAYROLL HERE $400,000 2
May 26, 1960 VETERANS PLAN MEMORIAL DAY RITES IN CITY 1
May 26, 1960 JUANITA AREA FEELS 'SHOCK' OF LIGHTNING STORM 1
June 2, 1960 CONGRATULATIONS '60 GRADUATES (PHOTOS) 6
June 2, 1960 BRITISH-BORN MICHALINA BANEL NOW A LOYAL AMERICAN CITIZEN 10
June 2, 1960 BRUCE BENNETT RECEIVES AWARD FOR SCHOLARSHIP 1
June 2, 1960 CLAYDINE BROWN WINS SCHOLARSHIP IN CELLAR GALLERY COMPETITION 1
June 2, 1960 KIRKLAND MAN GIVEN MEDICAL RESEARCH GRANT (LOTTSFELDT, FREDERICK) 1
June 2, 1960 OUR TOWN (SCHOEN, ELMER R) 2
June 2, 1960 SCHOOL BUDDIES SINCE 9TH GRADE GRADUATE HARVARD (NIEMEI / KELLER) 9
June 2, 1960 ORIGINAL ART'S FOOD CENTER DEMOLISHED TO ALLOW PARKING FOR NEW 1
June 2, 1960 RESEARCH CENTER TO BE BUILT AT OVERLAKE PARK 1
June 2, 1960 A SALUTE TO LAKE WASH. SAFETY PATROL 5
June 2, 1960 275 SENIORS TO BE GRADUATED FROM LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 1
June 2, 1960 COMMENCEMENT TO BE HELD JUNE 2 FOR FIRST HOLY FAMILY GRADUATING 11
June 2, 1960 NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE TO GRADUATE 31 STUDENTS 6
June 2, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD ATTENDS 'PRIVATE' OPEN HOUSE 1
June 2, 1960 SPREAD OF URBANIZATION SYMBOLIZED BY CLOSURE OF FARM SHOP AT LWHS 9
June 2, 1960 FLYING-HORSESHOE RIDERS TO OPEN HORSE SHOW FRIDAY AT RAINWATER'S 10
June 2, 1960 PAMELA HOTES VIES FOR TITLE 1
June 2, 1960 POST OFFICE STATION SOUGHT FOR JUANITA 1
June 2, 1960 ASBURY, MINNIE 2
June 2, 1960 GINNOLD, CLINTON 5
June 2, 1960 GUILMETTE, DON 2
June 2, 1960 JOHNSON, GAIL 6
June 2, 1960 MCARTHUR, NETTIE A GARDENER 6
June 2, 1960 THOMAS, RALPH R 2
June 2, 1960 POST OFFICE STATION SOUGHT FOR JUANITA 1
June 9, 1960 NB OF C BUYS KIRKLAND FIRE HALL BONDS 1
June 9, 1960 THE 'ORIGINAL' BECOMES THE 'NEW' ART'S FOOD CENTER AT JUANITA 1
June 9, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD AGREES TO BUY ARMY BARRACKS 2
June 9, 1960 THE 'ORIGINAL' BECOMES THE 'NEW' ART'S FOOD CENTER AT JUANITA 1
June 9, 1960 BOY ON BICYCLE SERIOUSLY HURT IN CAR MISHAP (WILKS, BILLY) 2
June 9, 1960 DEAN PIERCE OF NW BIBLE COLLEGE GETS NEW JOB 2
June 9, 1960 REGISTRATION FOR NEXT FALL'S KINDERGARTENERS STARTS MONDAY 9
June 9, 1960 SCHOLARSHIPS, AWARDS PRESENTED AT 1960 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION 1
June 9, 1960 SCHOOL DISTRICT TO GET ANNUAL FEDERAL FUNDS 2
June 9, 1960 YOUNG NURSERY SCHOOL GRADUATES ARE OVERLOOKED AT CLOSE OF SCHOOL 9
June 9, 1960 KATHLEEN BAIER, BRUCE BECKLUND 10
June 9, 1960 SANDRA LYNN DECKER, MERLE WINKLE 10
June 9, 1960 SUNDAY'S FIRE WAS FAKED FOR TV FILM 5
June 9, 1960 KIRKLAND'S NEW CITY OFFICIALS TAKES OATHS AND GET DOWN TO WORK 1
June 9, 1960 NEW OFFICIALS TAKE OVER IN KIRKLAND, HOUGHTON (PHOTOS) 7
June 9, 1960 UTILITIES CHIEF SEEKS CHANGE IN PROCEDURE 1
June 9, 1960 NEW HOUGHTON REGIME REJECTS RESIGNATION 1
June 9, 1960 GRAVEL COMPANY TO BUILD NEW BATCH PLANT 6
June 9, 1960 THE 'ORIGINAL' BECOMES THE 'NEW' ART'S FOOD CENTER AT JUANITA 1
June 9, 1960 PUBLIC BEACHES OPEN SATURDAY; GUARD READY; SUNSHINE WANTED 1
June 9, 1960 TWO KIRKLAND BOYS IN COUNTY JAIL ON BURGLARY CHARGES 2
June 9, 1960 BALDWIN, CALEB W 4
June 9, 1960 CARLSON, NELS WILLIAM 2
June 9, 1960 GRAFFS, THOMAS 6
June 9, 1960 GUNDERSON, THELMA 2
June 9, 1960 WESCOTT, MERTON GIRARD 2
June 9, 1960 WATER PIPES TO BE DEALT ROYAL FLUSH MONDAY 1
June 9, 1960 GLENDA LEE FUERST, ROBERT JOSLIN 10
June 16, 1960 STUDENT FROM THAILAND STAYING AT JUANITA HOME (TRAIDEJ, UA AREE) 1
June 16, 1960 WOMAN'S CLUB MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP GOES TO DIANA GLEASON, VIOLINIST 11
June 16, 1960 WORK BEGINS ON TIMBER LABORATORY AT OVERLAKE PARK 1
June 16, 1960 HUGO ENGEL OPENS SECOND LAKESHORE APPLIANCE STORE 6
June 16, 1960 NEW 'VOLUME' FOOD OUTLET OPENS DOORS IN KIRKLAND 6
June 16, 1960 LAKE WASHINGTON'S CLASS OF 1960 HAS WEEK OF CELEBRATIONS (PHOTOS) 7
June 16, 1960 TWO DAYS OF FUN SCHEDULED BY EAGLES FOR STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 9
June 16, 1960 HAZARDS OF CHEAP EXTINGUISHERS TOLD BY VOLUNTEER FIRE CHIEF 8
June 16, 1960 PLAT FILING IS ISSUE AT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING 1
June 16, 1960 MAYOR TOM BASS APPOINTS NEW ATTORNEY, COMMITTEES FOR HOUGHTON 8
June 16, 1960 JUANITA AREA RESIDENTS GET WATER IMPROVEMENTS WITH REST OF AREA 1
June 16, 1960 VANDIVORT, MRS ARTHUR A 2
June 16, 1960 FORMER PUBLISHER VISITS KIRKLAND (CLARKSON, T E 'TOMMY') 12
June 16, 1960 CITY TO GET GUSSIED UP FOR KIRKLAND KUP RACE 1
June 16, 1960 DISTRICT 81 NOW FED BY SEATTLE H20 1
June 16, 1960 JUANITA AREA RESIDENTS GET WATER IMPROVEMENTS WITH REST OF AREA 1
June 16, 1960 DIANE LITTELL, JAMES BILY 10
June 16, 1960 GERALDINE WARD, MICHAEL K WILLIAMS 10
June 16, 1960 JANICE MAY SCHOEN, JOHN D KERR 10
June 23, 1960 THREE CELLAR GALLERY ARTISTS TO SHOW (HARGETT / RADCLIFFE / LUKS) 11
June 23, 1960 5 GENERATION EVENT OBSERVED BY FAMILY (TENNANT/BRADLEY/BURNARD) 10
June 23, 1960 KIRKLAND MAN RETIRES AFTER 20 YEARS IN NAVY (YEYNA, JOSEPH J) 6
June 23, 1960 KIRKLAND SEAMAN WAS FIRST MAN ABOARD RUSSIAN SHIP (GILLMAN, JAMES 9
June 23, 1960 LETTER FROM A KIRKLANDITE ... BY ADOPTION (ROSSIER, ANNA MARIE) 2
June 23, 1960 STUDENT FROM ALGERIA LEAVES FOR HOME (ROSSIER, ANNA MARIE) 7
June 23, 1960 KIRKLAND FIRM NAMED ARCHITECTS FOR NEW SCHOOL 2
June 23, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD ALTERS POLICY ON BUILDING SITES 1
June 23, 1960 CITY CALLS FOR BIDS TO TEAR DOWN FIRE HALL 1
June 23, 1960 MOVE AGAIN STARTED TO GET CLEAR TITLE TO CIVIC CENTER PROPERTY 1
June 23, 1960 OPEN HOUSE AT 'TREND' MODEL HOME 5
June 23, 1960 NEW MANAGER FOR TIRE SHOP (BEDLINGTON, NORM) 9
June 23, 1960 EAST SIDE OUTDOORSMEN HEAD FOR 2 WEEKS AT CAMP ORKILA 7
June 23, 1960 YOUNG RIDERS PLAN AND STAGE FULL SCALE HORSE SHOW ON FINN HILL 10
June 23, 1960 6 FOREIGN STUDENTS RECEIVE DEGREE FROM NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE 6
June 23, 1960 SUMMER ENROLLMENT SETS NEW RECORD IN LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DIST. 1
June 23, 1960 MYRRAH DIMOFF, GINO P TURELLA 10
June 23, 1960 MARAUDING DOGS ATTACK SHEEP 1
June 23, 1960 STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL AND BOAT SHOW SHARE LIMELIGHT FOR WEEKEND 1
June 23, 1960 CITY CALLS FOR BIDS TO TEAR DOWN FIRE HALL 1
June 23, 1960 CITY AUTHORIZES PICKUP OF ALL UNLICENSED DOGS 1
June 23, 1960 CITY CALLS FOR BIDS TO TEAR DOWN FIRE HALL 1
June 23, 1960 COUNCIL DENIES LICENSE FOR CIRCUS IN KIRKLAND 5
June 23, 1960 COUNCIL GIVES BERDAN CONTROL OF FOUR DEPTS 1
June 23, 1960 MOVE AGAIN STARTED TO GET CLEAR TITLE TO CIVIC CENTER PROPERTY 1
June 23, 1960 CITY AUTHORIZES PICKUP OF ALL UNLICENSED DOGS 1
June 23, 1960 PIGEON FANCIERS GIVEN 10-BIRD LIMIT IN CITY 5
June 23, 1960 SIDEWALK SIGNS ORDERED OFF WALKS 1
June 23, 1960 BRUMMETT, LEE ROY 5
June 23, 1960 CAVALIN, CARL 7
June 23, 1960 DOUGLAS, BERNICE G 5
June 23, 1960 ENGELBRECHT, KENNETH BRUCE 9
June 23, 1960 STUART, MARY ELLEN 9
June 30, 1960 MCILAHRGEYS TO CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY AT CHURCH RECEPTION 2
June 30, 1960 GAME WARDEN RETIRES TO QUIET OCCUPATION OF RAISING FLOWERS (DRAIN 1
June 30, 1960 OUR TOWN (ARNOLD, CLAUDE) 2
June 30, 1960 RETIRED PASTOR CELEBRATES 93RD BIRTHDAY EVENT (LOCKWOOD, CLARENCE 7
June 30, 1960 SON OF KIRKLAND PASTOR CONDUCTS OWN COMPOSITIONS (BLAKE, CURTISS) 7
June 30, 1960 THREE BROTHERS IN THE SERVICE AT SAME TIME (CROOK) 11
June 30, 1960 BRIDLE TRAIL HORSE SHOW TO FEATURE RARE LIPPIZAN 8
June 30, 1960 SALE OF BUILDING TO SHINSTROMS GIVES OWNERS CHANCE TO TRAVEL 1
June 30, 1960 JULY HEARING SET TO REVIEW WILDWOOD PLAT 2
June 30, 1960 THE JOURNAL SPENDS A DAY WITH SOME EAST SIDE YMCA DAY CAMPERS 6
June 30, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD OKAYS $97,855 FOR NEW BUSSES 1
June 30, 1960 ELTA ALLENE ASHCRAFT, DALE O BUNDY 11
June 30, 1960 EVELYN SELSET, LAUREN JUDD 10
June 30, 1960 SUSAN ANN RAINWATER, JOSEPH DAMASE BERGEVIN 10
June 30, 1960 VIRGINIA FRANK GODFREY, DAVID CARL CROWE 10
June 30, 1960 BRIDLE TRAIL HORSE SHOW TO FEATURE RARE LIPPIZAN 8
June 30, 1960 CIRCUS COMING TO TOWN JULY 4 8
June 30, 1960 CITY READY FOR FIRST ANNUAL KIRKLAND KUP RACE 1
June 30, 1960 EAGLES STAGE ONLY PARADE OF YEAR DURING STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 1
June 30, 1960 KIRKLAND HAS FLOAT CHASSIS 5
June 30, 1960 RAINBOW GIRLS SELL OFFICIAL KIRKLAND KUP PROGRAM 9
June 30, 1960 FIREWORKS DISPLAY SET FOR FOURTH ON LW SHIPYARDS 2
June 30, 1960 HOUGHTON OKAYS SALE OF FIREWORKS TO TEENAGERS 1
June 30, 1960 KIRKLAND POLICE TO CRACK DOWN ON FIREWORKS USERS 1
June 30, 1960 HOUGHTON OKAYS SALE OF FIREWORKS TO TEENAGERS 1
June 30, 1960 JULY HEARING SET TO REVIEW WILDWOOD PLAT 2
June 30, 1960 JUANITA BRANCH POST OFFICE TO OPEN 4
June 30, 1960 FIREWORKS DISPLAY SET FOR FOURTH ON LW SHIPYARDS 2
June 30, 1960 DOG LICENSE SALES ZOOM IN KIRKLAND 1
June 30, 1960 KIRKLAND POLICE TO CRACK DOWN ON FIREWORKS USERS 1
June 30, 1960 UNCLAIMED BIKES POLICE PROBLEM 7
June 30, 1960 VANDALS TAKE EDIBLES FROM CENTRAL SCHOOL 5
June 30, 1960 FISCHER, JOHN H 11
June 30, 1960 HART, ALFRIEDA JOHANNA 2
June 30, 1960 MULLIGAN, FRANCES 2
June 30, 1960 YOUNG, CLARISSA ETHEL 7
June 30, 1960 GIRLS STATE DELEGATE ELECTED MAYOR OF CITY (BANCROFT, SHERRY) 7
June 30, 1960 JUANITA BRANCH POST OFFICE TO OPEN 4
June 30, 1960 MAXINE CONOVER WINS 3RD STRAIGHT BICYCLE CHAMPIONSHIP 4
June 30, 1960 SUMMER CHURCH SCHOOLS PROVE POPULAR WITH YOUNGSTERS ON VACATION 9
July 7, 1960 KIRKLAND COUPLE OBSERVE 64TH WEDDING DATE (LEWIS, HAROLD) 2
July 7, 1960 WILLIAM K NEALS OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 9
July 7, 1960 AREA COUPLE SPENDS SUMMER AS LOOKOUTS (BURTON, JIM) 1
July 7, 1960 CONNIE LOESBY HOME FROM COLLEGE ON EAST COAST 7
July 7, 1960 CITY BUILDING PERMITS TO JULY TOTAL $384,835 2
July 7, 1960 WOMEN'S DORMITORY NEARS COMPLETION AT NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE 7
July 7, 1960 ROSE HILL CHURCH MORTGAGE BURNED; EARLY HISTORY DATES TO 1912 5
July 7, 1960 THREE ESCAPE COSTLY JUANITA HOUSE FIRE (MURPHY) 1
July 7, 1960 HOMES NEEDED FOR JAPANESE STUDENTS' VISIT 7
July 7, 1960 JUDITH ANN WILKINSON, JOHN ROBERT HOLTE 8
July 7, 1960 NEVA WHEATLEY, GEOFFREY T POTTER 8
July 7, 1960 EAST LW DISTRICT GARDEN CLUBS ADOPT CIVIC BEAUTIFICATION PLAN 8
July 7, 1960 FIRST KIRKLAND KUP REGATTA JUDGED SUCCESSFUL DESPITE ROUGH WATER 1
July 7, 1960 MERRILY JOHNSON WINS 'MISS KIRKLAND' TITLE 1
July 7, 1960 THREE ESCAPE COSTLY JUANITA HOUSE FIRE (MURPHY) 1
July 7, 1960 KIRKLAND OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZES ALASKA AND HAWAII W/ 50-STAR FLAG 1
July 7, 1960 ROSE HILL CHURCH MORTGAGE BURNED; EARLY HISTORY DATES TO 1912 5
July 7, 1960 THREE ESCAPE COSTLY JUANITA HOUSE FIRE (MURPHY) 1
July 7, 1960 GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS MEET DEADLINE TO COMPLETE REST SHELTER 9
July 7, 1960 DOG CATCHER BEGINS ROUNDS OF KIRKLAND 2
July 7, 1960 JOHNSON, JOSEPHINE 5
July 7, 1960 LOHMER, EDMUND 10
July 7, 1960 PRUSS, BEVERLEY JEAN 2
July 7, 1960 RODMAN, EMMA 10
July 7, 1960 SHERWOOD, BERTHA K 8
July 7, 1960 WULFF, ELIZABETH 9
July 7, 1960 EAST LW DISTRICT GARDEN CLUBS ADOPT CIVIC BEAUTIFICATION PLAN 8
July 7, 1960 GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS MEET DEADLINE TO COMPLETE REST SHELTER 9
July 7, 1960 JANE GOSSELIN FILES FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE 1
July 7, 1960 GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS MEET DEADLINE TO COMPLETE REST SHELTER 9
July 7, 1960 CITY'S WATER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM TO BE COMPLETED BY END OF JULY 1
July 14, 1960 BANK SECRETARY MARKS 40 YEARS OF SERVICE (NELSON, ELIZABETH) 1
July 14, 1960 EXCHANGE STUDENT HUGH LADE KEEPS IN TOUCH WITH KIRKLAND 9
July 14, 1960 FORMER KIRKLAND RESIDENTS PLAN TO RETURN FROM THAILAND (GILMORE) 2
July 14, 1960 JUDGE BURNS NAMED OFFICIAL OF REGATTA IN KELOWNA, B C 11
July 14, 1960 ON TOUR WITH RAINBOW GIRLS (NIKULA, CHERIE) 10
July 14, 1960 OUR TOWN (DOWDY, HAROLD) 2
July 14, 1960 PORTABLE CLASSROOMS (PHOTO) 7
July 14, 1960 CITY COUNCIL OKS PRELIMINARY PLANS FOR FIRE HALL 1
July 14, 1960 NEW HOURS OKAYED FOR CITY HALL 1
July 14, 1960 PERMIT TO BUILD APARTMENTS GRANTED OVER OBJECTION 2
July 14, 1960 PROPERTY OWNERS SUE HOUGHTON ON SUBDIVISION 1
July 14, 1960 KIRKLAND AGENTS ANNOUNCE NEW INSURANCE PLAN 2
July 14, 1960 SERVICE STATION OPERATORS OPEN ROSE HILL CENTER (ROSE HILL CARTER 11
July 14, 1960 STREET WORKER SUFFERS BURNS IN TAR FIRE (GILNO, JOHN) 1
July 14, 1960 COUNTY ACQUIRES 40-ACRE YOUTH CAMP AND CENTER FROM W G TYRRELL 11
July 14, 1960 NEW DEAN NAMED FOR NW BIBLE COLLEGE (LACKEY, JOHN W) 9
July 14, 1960 NEW U OF W ENTRANCE RULES WILL FORCE STUDENTS TO STUDY HARDER 1
July 14, 1960 CITY COUNCIL OKS PRELIMINARY PLANS FOR FIRE HALL 1
July 14, 1960 'THIS IS YOUR HOUGHTON FIRE DEPARTMENT' PUT ON TV FILM 9
July 14, 1960 CITY COUNCIL OKS PRELIMINARY PLANS FOR FIRE HALL 1
July 14, 1960 CITY COUNCIL REAPPOINTS JUDGE AND DOCTOR; PASSES PIGEON LAW 1
July 14, 1960 PROPERTY OWNERS SUE HOUGHTON ON SUBDIVISION 1
July 14, 1960 'THIS IS YOUR HOUGHTON FIRE DEPARTMENT' PUT ON TV FILM 9
July 14, 1960 VANDALISM AT JUANITA SCHOOL, COMMUNITY CLUB 1
July 14, 1960 'THIS IS YOUR HOUGHTON FIRE DEPARTMENT' PUT ON TV FILM 9
July 14, 1960 BAINE, HARRY 7
July 14, 1960 CHARLOTTA, ANNA 2
July 14, 1960 PAYNE, RICHARD B 7
July 14, 1960 TURNER, RUTH 7
July 14, 1960 KIRKLAND AREA SCOUTS AWAIT GOLDEN JUBILEE 1
July 14, 1960 GRAD STUDENT JOINS JOURNAL FOR SUMMER 1
July 14, 1960 JOURNAL'S CAMERA SPENDS DAY WITH GOLF CHAMP JO ANNE GUNDERSON 5
July 14, 1960 BIDS OKAYED ON EVEREST PARK WORK 2
July 14, 1960 CHURCH OF CHRIST HAS NEW MINISTER (WILLIAMS, LOWELL) 9
July 14, 1960 TELEPHONE COMPANY STARTS NEW SERVICE FOR BUSINESS CUSTOMERS 9
July 14, 1960 DONNA LOU HAYS, JERRY LYNN HATHAWAY 10
July 14, 1960 KATHLEEN IRENE BAIER, BRUCE JOHN BECKLUND 10
July 21, 1960 KIRKLAND ARTISTS PREPARE FOR BELLEVUE ARTS FAIR 9
July 21, 1960 BEAUTY QUEEN LIFE IS FUN, STRENUOUS TO MERRILY JOHNSON 7
July 21, 1960 KIRKLAND COUPLE TO ATTEND WITNESS ASSEMBLY (SMITH, EARL) 9
July 21, 1960 ROSE HILL VILLAGE NEARS COMPLETION; HOPE TO OPEN AUG 10 1
July 21, 1960 BELLEVUE FIRM GETS CONTRACT FOR DEMOLITION OF KIRKLAND FIRE HALL 1
July 21, 1960 INGLEWOOD CHURCH SETS DEDICATION 9
July 21, 1960 HOUGHTON COUNCIL VOTES IN FAVOR OF NICK GORN'S MOSCOW RESTAURANT 1
July 21, 1960 SEATTLE MAN DIES AT JUANITA PARK BEACH (BARSTOW, THOMAS) 6
July 21, 1960 KIRKLAND KIDS CUT CAPERS IN CIRCUS COSTUMES 5
July 21, 1960 KIRKLAND ARTISTS PREPARE FOR BELLEVUE ARTS FAIR 9
July 21, 1960 CITY FATHERS CRITICIZE SALE OF FIREWORKS 1
July 21, 1960 HOUGHTON COUNCIL VOTES IN FAVOR OF NICK GORN'S MOSCOW RESTAURANT 1
July 21, 1960 BROWN, H OSCAR 6
July 21, 1960 BROWN, MRS HOWARD 6
July 21, 1960 RAINEY, DEBRA JEAN 9
July 21, 1960 WALTZ, CHARLOTTE 7
July 21, 1960 OFF TO SCOUT CAMP (PHOTO OF TROOP 452) 7
July 21, 1960 LITTLE LEAGUERS TAKE OVER EAST SIDE SPORT SCENE THIS WEEKEND 1
July 21, 1960 STATE OKS SALE OF $30 MILLION OF BONDS FOR EVERGREEN POINT BRIDGE 1
July 21, 1960 ELIZABETH VANCLEVE, FRANK C SKADAN 8
July 21, 1960 MARY ELISABETH HEISER, ERNEST M HAYS 8
July 21, 1960 SARA LOUISE LARSON, DONALD RAY RYCHLIK 8
July 28, 1960 BELLEVUE ARTS FAIR JURY CITES PAINTINGS BY KIRKLAND ARTISTS 7
July 28, 1960 KIRKLAND'S CELLAR GALLERY BROUGHT INTO SHARP FOCUS THIS WEEK 1
July 28, 1960 KIRKLAND COUPLE WINS VACATION IN EUROPE (HIEB, HENRY) 1
July 28, 1960 PHILLIPINE CITY HONORS FORMER KIRKLAND MINISTER (GRIFFITHS) 1
July 28, 1960 EAST SIDE FURNITURE CO SOLD; NOW CALLED EAST SIDE TRADING POST 6
July 28, 1960 HANSEN MOTOR CO GETS LARK, HAWK DEALERSHIP HERE 2
July 28, 1960 MACDOUGALL AND SOUTHWICK'S GETS NEW MANAGER (WINSTEAD, JOHN) 2
July 28, 1960 SALESMAN FIND FRESH FRUIT OFFERS SOLUTION TO SCHOOL COSTS 8
July 28, 1960 NANCY ANN GRIFFITHS, GERALD S LUPTON 10
July 28, 1960 PIGEON SHOW SUNDAY AT CIVIC CENTER 6
July 28, 1960 FIREWORKS BOOM BRINGS HOUGHTON $6743 BOON 1
July 28, 1960 FIREWORKS BOOM BRINGS HOUGHTON $6743 BOON 1
July 28, 1960 HOUGHTON ASKS $80,000 ROAD DAMAGES AGAINST YARROW BAY DEVELOPMENT 1
July 28, 1960 HOUGHTON L.I.D. AWARDS $34000 WATER CONTRACT 1
July 28, 1960 'LEARN TO SWIM' PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS AT BEACHES 5
July 28, 1960 BURELL, JOHN W 2
July 28, 1960 HAMPTON, HAROLD L (BUD) 2
July 28, 1960 LEFFEL, CHARLES W 11
July 28, 1960 RIFE, HARRY ROY 11
July 28, 1960 WARD, INFANT 11
July 28, 1960 'LEARN TO SWIM' PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS AT BEACHES 5
July 28, 1960 YOUNG RIFLEMAN HAS SIGHTS ON NATIONAL TITLE (ROSE, ROBERT) 4
July 28, 1960 CONTRACT FOR SIGNS ON HWY 1 OKAYED 7
July 28, 1960 HOUGHTON ASKS $80,000 ROAD DAMAGES AGAINST YARROW BAY DEVELOPMENT 1
July 28, 1960 HOUGHTON L.I.D. AWARDS $34000 WATER CONTRACT 1
July 28, 1960 WASH. NATURAL GAS INSTALLS REDMOND LINE (PHOTOS) 9
July 28, 1960 JUDITH HAYES, PAUL MORAN 10
July 28, 1960 KAREN RUTH FREY, ARTHUR MASON 10
August 4, 1960 KVAM DRUG STORE - REMODELED 5
August 4, 1960 FRENCH CAFE ATMOSPHERE PREVAILS AT CELLAR GALLERY'S PREVIEW PARTY 9
August 4, 1960 ALICE LLOYD'S LURES 4
August 4, 1960 KIRKLAND DRIVER WINS SEAFAIR HYDRO RACE - IN MINIATURE (LARSON, L 4
August 4, 1960 OUR TOWN (HENDRIX, OTIS & FRANCES) 2
August 4, 1960 SALTY SINBADS SAIL SOUTH IN SEARCH OF SUNFILLED SKIES (MAY, D) 1
August 4, 1960 KVAM DRUGS CELEBRATES REMODELING 2
August 4, 1960 L & K COMPANY BUILDING OPENS IN KIRKLAND 1
August 4, 1960 BOARD APPROVES REDMOND SITE FOR DISTRICT'S NEXT HIGH SCHOOL 1
August 4, 1960 WILDWOOD HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION SCHEDULED FOR COURT HEARING 1
August 4, 1960 JOHN BRATT IS NEW EAST SIDE LIFE INSURANCE AGENT 2
August 4, 1960 TWO DELEGATIONS OF YOUNG PEOPLE FROM OVERSEAS VISIT KIRKLAND 7
August 4, 1960 PARENT-CHILD NURSERY SCHOOL WILL ORGANIZE 10
August 4, 1960 GOLLOFON ISSUES FIRE WARNING 1
August 4, 1960 CITY EMPLOYMENT LIMITED TO ONE FAMILY MEMBER 2
August 4, 1960 'NUISANCES' DISCUSSED BY COUNCILMEN 1
August 4, 1960 WILDWOOD HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION SCHEDULED FOR COURT HEARING 1
August 4, 1960 SPECIAL FUND TO HELP OFFICER PASSED BY CITY 1
August 4, 1960 THREE ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH KIRKLAND BREAK-IN 1
August 4, 1960 HAMPTON, HAROLD L 9
August 4, 1960 LARSEN, ANNA M 2
August 4, 1960 FIRST CUSTOMER (PHOTO OF JUANITA P.O.) 10
August 4, 1960 KIRKLAND BOYS PARTICIPATE IN SEATTLE'S REGIONAL SOAP BOX DERBY 4
August 4, 1960 MAXINE CONOVER RETURNS FROM NATIONAL TRYOUTS TO CAPTURE 1ST PLACE 4
August 4, 1960 GRADING OF EVEREST PARK BEGINS AUG 8 1
August 4, 1960 ELENA JUNE GREGG, GERALD LEE SIMPSON 8
August 4, 1960 JOYCE FLIPPIN, ROBERT DORSTAD 8
August 4, 1960 LUELLA FLORENCE LYON, DAVID ROSE 8
August 11, 1960 HOUGHTON COUPLE MARKS ANNIVERSARY (POWELL, DAVID) 8
August 11, 1960 BRUCE BENNETT ESCORTS COMMUNITY QUEEN TO GALA CORONATION BALL 9
August 11, 1960 KIRKLAND AREA YOUTHS TAKE MODEL PLANE TITLES (COLTRAN) 5
August 11, 1960 KIRKLAND LAD REIGNS AS KING DURING SEAFAIR (MCDONALD, BRUCE) 7
August 11, 1960 LIFE SLOWS TO A CRAWL FOR DWIGHT (PHILLIPS) AS POLIO HITS COUNTY 1
August 11, 1960 SINGER TO HAVE SOPRANO PART IN WORLD PREMIERE (ZOBEL, MARY ELLEN) 2
August 11, 1960 ADDITION TO OVERLAKE SITE (DRAWING OF OVERLAKE PROFESSIONAL CTR) 10
August 11, 1960 GRAND OPENING PLANNED AUG 17 FOR ROSE HILL SHOPPING CENTER 2
August 11, 1960 NEW SHOPPING CENTER PLANNED FOR HOUGHTON 1
August 11, 1960 KIRKLAND'S CHANGING SCENE (PHOTO OF FIRE HALL DEMOLITION) 5
August 11, 1960 GRAND OPENING PLANNED AUG 17 FOR ROSE HILL SHOPPING CENTER 2
August 11, 1960 NEW SHOPPING CENTER PLANNED FOR HOUGHTON 1
August 11, 1960 SEATTLE MAN JOINS KIRKLAND BAKERY (GRAVES, LEON) 5
August 11, 1960 UNITED GOOD NEIGHBORS DRIVE LAUNCHED IN AREA 1
August 11, 1960 JAPANESE GIRLS VISITING HERE TO ENTER COLLEGE 6
August 11, 1960 EDITH ANNETTE HARTMAN, ADOLPH PETERSON JR 8
August 11, 1960 LYNN MARIE HUFF, PAUL CLIFFORD COE 8
August 11, 1960 FIRES AT DUMP PLAGUE FIREMEN 6
August 11, 1960 HOUGHTON YOUTHS ESCAPE FLAMES FROM PLAYHOUSE 1
August 11, 1960 LIFE SLOWS TO A CRAWL FOR DWIGHT (PHILLIPS) AS POLIO HITS COUNTY 1
August 11, 1960 HOUGHTON YOUTHS ESCAPE FLAMES FROM PLAYHOUSE 1
August 11, 1960 NEW SHOPPING CENTER PLANNED FOR HOUGHTON 1
August 11, 1960 REDMOND NIKE TO GET CHANGE 7
August 11, 1960 HEBERT, JOSEPH FREDERICK 9
August 11, 1960 HOWE, GERTRUDE T 9
August 11, 1960 SUNDBLAD, NANCY MALONE 5
August 11, 1960 WALKER, JULIAN H 1
August 11, 1960 BOY SCOUTS RETURN FROM JAMBOREE WITH MEMORIES AND MEMENTOS 7
August 11, 1960 FIVE KIRKLAND HOUSEWIVES TAKE TO PAINT INSTEAD OF TEA CUPS 8
August 11, 1960 GOVERNOR ROSELLINI SCHEDULED TO MAKE 4 STOPS IN KIRKLAND 1
August 11, 1960 KIRKLAND YOUNGSTERS JOIN NIXON BOOSTERS AT AIRPORT RECEPTION 6
August 11, 1960 'ZEKE' CLARK TO VISIT HERE 7
August 11, 1960 NEW STAFFER JOINS EAST SIDE JOURNAL (BECKER, JAY) 2
August 11, 1960 GRAND OPENING PLANNED AUG 17 FOR ROSE HILL SHOPPING CENTER 2
August 11, 1960 NEW ROUTE FOR POINTS DRIVE ROAD IS CONSIDERED 1
August 11, 1960 SITE FOR 2ND BRIDGE GROUNDBREAKING SET FOR BELLEVUE SACRED HEARTS 7
August 11, 1960 SPAN CONSTRUCTION STALLED BY SUIT AGAINST STATE 1
August 11, 1960 FLYING OBJECTS - NOT SAUCERS - SEEN IN SKIES MONDAY 5
August 11, 1960 LINDA LOU HENDIRCKSON, RONALD CAMPBELL 8
August 11, 1960 PAULINE BEAUCHAMP,  DONALD A LELAND 8
August 18, 1960 HARDENBROOK FAMILY ROUNDUP HONORS FATHER 9
August 18, 1960 NAVY JUDO EXPERT HOLDS DOWN KIRKLAND DESK (POOL, JACK) 4
August 18, 1960 SALTY SEAMAN, NEOPHYTE RENEW MEMORIES (HOYT / CHRISTENSEN) 12
August 18, 1960 STORY ABOUT A HOLE (H A SNODGRASS' BOMB SHELTER) 1
August 18, 1960 GRAND OPENING HELD FOR NEW ROSE HILL VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER 1
August 18, 1960 GRAND OPENING HELD FOR NEW ROSE HILL VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER 1
August 18, 1960 STORY ABOUT A HOLE (H A SNODGRASS' BOMB SHELTER) 1
August 18, 1960 ELEMENTARY-JR HIGH PUPILS SLATED FOR MORE FRENCH, SPANISH CLASSES 7
August 18, 1960 LAKE WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS TO WELCOME 17 NEW TEACHERS 11
August 18, 1960 NEW ELEMENTARY LIBRARY SYSTEM TO HAVE VARIED BENEFITS HERE 9
August 18, 1960 RECORD ENROLLMENT PREDICTED FOR LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOLS 1
August 18, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD HOLDS OFF APPROVAL OF COUNTY'S BOUNDARY STUDY IDEA 2
August 18, 1960 VICKI MACDONALD, ROBERT LEE JOHNSON 10
August 18, 1960 BAGGALEY ASKS HIGHER RATES FOR CITY WATER 1
August 18, 1960 CITY OKS NEW BATCH PLANT PLANS WITH "IF" 1
August 18, 1960 ATTORNEY JOINS KIRKLAND FIRM (SILVERNALE, GRANT) 7
August 18, 1960 LAWYER DENIES MAN INVOLVED IN CRASH DEATH OF JOSEPH HEBERT 6
August 18, 1960 "GO-KARTS HERE TO STAY," SAYS OFFICIAL OF RACING ASSOCIATION 6
August 18, 1960 GRAND OPENING HELD FOR NEW ROSE HILL VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER 1
August 18, 1960 CONSTRUCTION OF SECOND LAKE BRIDGE ALREADY BEGUN, ROSELLINI SAYS 1
August 18, 1960 PLANS TOLD FOR 116TH PAVING, INTERCHANGE PROPERTY PURCHASE 1
August 18, 1960 TRAFFIC CONTROL SET FOR 156TH 6
August 18, 1960 DELORES MARIE FORQUE, RALPH WIGREN 10
August 18, 1960 MARGARET HAYNES, WILLIAM HUTTULA 10
August 25, 1960 SHEEP RAISING AT HAPPY HILL FARM IS PROJECT OF SON (VAN STROM) 5
August 25, 1960 MR AND MRS ARTHUR WILLIAMS TO OBSERVE EMERALD ANNIVERSARY 7
August 25, 1960 GERMAN VISITOR MAKES TRIP TO U.S. BY AIR (KUBATZ / KLEIN) 2
August 25, 1960 PLANNERS APPROVE SHOPPING CENTER 1
August 25, 1960 NOT YET (PHOTO OF WAVERLY HALL ENTRANCE) 13
August 25, 1960 SUBDIVISIONS HAVE DONE-IN DAN'L BOONERS 1
August 25, 1960 5000 VISIT ROSE HILL SHOP CENTER 6
August 25, 1960 PLANNERS APPROVE SHOPPING CENTER 1
August 25, 1960 KIRKLAND GIRLS TO TAKE STEP FROM HIGH SCHOOL TO COLLEGE 8
August 25, 1960 ANNEXATION UNDERWAY FOR KIRKLAND LAKE AREA 1
August 25, 1960 SUBDIVISIONS HAVE DONE-IN DAN'L BOONERS 1
August 25, 1960 12 NEW TEACHERS COMING TO DISTRICT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 9
August 25, 1960 HOLY FAMILY HAS RECORD ENROLLMENT 10
August 25, 1960 KIRKLAND GIRLS TO TAKE STEP FROM HIGH SCHOOL TO COLLEGE 8
August 25, 1960 SEATTLE DANCE SCHOOL TO OPEN KIRKLAND BRANCH 8
August 25, 1960 BETH DEE HARRELL, REGINALD COURT 8
August 25, 1960 SYLVIA MAYHEW, ROBERT SOTELO 7
August 25, 1960 PLANNERS APPROVE SHOPPING CENTER 1
August 25, 1960 HOUGHTON ATTORNEY REPORTS ON $80,000 ROAD DAMAGE SUIT 1
August 25, 1960 SPORT EQUIPMENT TAKEN FROM JUANITA AREA 12
August 25, 1960 ATHERLY, NATHAN R 9
August 25, 1960 DORAN, MARY 2
August 25, 1960 DUFFY, ROBERT 1
August 25, 1960 FAWCETT, LAURA BELL 9
August 25, 1960 JOHNSON, HENRY 2
August 25, 1960 MONTGOMERY, LEOTTA B 6
August 25, 1960 WILSON, JACK K 7
August 25, 1960 PRECINCT BOUNDARY CHANGES AFFECT 800 1
August 25, 1960 JOURNAL WEDS MODERN PROCESS 1
August 25, 1960 MAXINE (CONOVER) RETAINS REDMOND DERBY TITLE 12
August 25, 1960 RECORD POSSIBLE IN SWIM MEET (HALDEMAN, VICKI) 13
August 25, 1960 5000 VISIT ROSE HILL SHOP CENTER 6
August 25, 1960 REDMOND EDGES HOUGHTON IN PEOPLE RACE 6
August 25, 1960 US CENSUS COUNT SHORT 42 PERSONS FOR HOUGHTON 2
August 25, 1960 KIRKLAND'S SAFETY RECORD HONORED BY AAA PLAQUE 10
August 25, 1960 BRIDGE MOVES AHEAD ON THREE FRONTS 1
August 25, 1960 HOUGHTON ATTORNEY REPORTS ON $80,000 ROAD DAMAGE SUIT 1
August 25, 1960 BETTER (WATER) SERVICE SEEN FOR DISTRICT 72 2
August 25, 1960 OFFICIALS DEPLORE RATE BOOST 1
August 25, 1960 SHARON KAY OTTESON, DONN MICHAEL SAGE 8
September 1, 1960 FORMER RESIDENTS OF KIRKLAND CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING (SMITH, R) 8
September 1, 1960 WATERCOLOR PAINTINGS OF SIX ARTISTS WILL BE FEATURED AT ART SHOW 7
September 1, 1960 CITY LAD TURNS COWBOY AFTER TASTE OF RIDING (GREEN, WAYNE) 5
September 1, 1960 DWIGHT'S LEFT LEG CAN MOVE (PHILLIPS, DWIGHT) 1
September 1, 1960 HOUSEWIFE, 90, WORKS CROSSWORD PUZZLES (TRAPP, ORPHA J) 1
September 1, 1960 JO ANNE (GUNDERSON) TAKES NATIONALS AGAIN 1
September 1, 1960 GROWING ALREADY (PHOTO OF LUNDVALL & KREIDER BUILDING) 9
September 1, 1960 CIVIC CENTER LANGUISHES IN LEGAL LIMBO 1
September 1, 1960 FINAL FIREHALL PLAN INCLUDES LIBRARY GROWTH 1
September 1, 1960 DECISION OF JUDGE TO REMOVE WILDWOOD PLAT STUMPS EXPERTS 1
September 1, 1960 PEOPLE WON'T BUY BIG LOTS COMMENTS KIRKLAND ENGINEER 9
September 1, 1960 NEW STUDENT, NEW DRESS (PHOTOS OF MARY JOLGEN) 13
September 1, 1960 DEFENSE POST GOES BEGGING 9
September 1, 1960 41 NEW TEACHERS TO ATTEND ORIENTATION PROGRAM 5
September 1, 1960 ADULT CLASSES TOLD HERE 1
September 1, 1960 COMPLETE SCHOOL BUS SCHEDULE - CLIP AND SAVE 10
September 1, 1960 EAST SIDE COULD USE A JUNIOR COLLEGE 1
September 1, 1960 NEW SCHOOL BUSES TO BE ON DISPLAY 9
September 1, 1960 FINAL FIREHALL PLAN INCLUDES LIBRARY GROWTH 1
September 1, 1960 DECISION OF JUDGE TO REMOVE WILDWOOD PLAT STUMPS EXPERTS 1
September 1, 1960 STATE GARDEN CLUB OFFICERS WILL BREAKFAST IN JUANITA DURING TOUR 7
September 1, 1960 BURGLARY WAVE HITS ROSE HILL 1
September 1, 1960 DECISION OF JUDGE TO REMOVE WILDWOOD PLAT STUMPS EXPERTS 1
September 1, 1960 PATROL SUCCESSFUL 1
September 1, 1960 FINAL FIREHALL PLAN INCLUDES LIBRARY GROWTH 1
September 1, 1960 STATE GARDEN CLUB OFFICERS WILL BREAKFAST IN JUANITA DURING TOUR 7
September 1, 1960 JO ANNE (GUNDERSON) TAKES NATIONALS AGAIN 1
September 1, 1960 BURGLARY WAVE HITS ROSE HILL 1
September 1, 1960 GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY HELD; DIGNITARIES TOAST BRIDGE START 1
September 1, 1960 DELAINE AUGUSTINE, REV EUGENE H DENNER 7
September 8, 1960 CITIZENS BANK MERGES WITH PEOPLES NATIONAL OF SEATTLE 1
September 8, 1960 MRS BANGHART OFF TO JAUNT IN SCOTLAND 8
September 8, 1960 THEY DIDN'T WANT A BOY, JUST MIKE (WEBBER, MICHAEL) 1
September 8, 1960 LAKE WASHINGTON METHODIST CHURCH TO HONOR ANNIVERSARY 6
September 8, 1960 KIRKLANDITES ESCAPE LAKE WATERS (WATTS / LEVERETT) 1
September 8, 1960 HAVE YOU GOT YOUR WATER BILL YET (PHOTO OF GIRLS PLAYING DRESS-UP 8
September 8, 1960 FLAMES TAKE OLDEST BUS 5
September 8, 1960 NURSERY SCHOOL OPENING SET 2
September 8, 1960 SCHOOLS MARK 6% GROWTH 1
September 8, 1960 GUNMAN TAKES $1000 2
September 8, 1960 WATERMELON THEFT ENDANGERS YOUTH 1
September 8, 1960 AICHELE, ROBERT LEROY 5
September 8, 1960 FITCH, JESSE 10
September 8, 1960 JAHN, HARRY 10
September 8, 1960 KIDDER, PERCY P 5
September 8, 1960 NELSON, FANNIE 5
September 8, 1960 WRIGHT, PHYLLIS 10
September 8, 1960 DOZENS OF LOCAL CANDIDATES SEEK KIRKLAND AREA VOTES 2
September 8, 1960 MAP OF KIRKLAND'S NEW PRECINCTS 12
September 8, 1960 REST SHELTER DEDICATION SLATED 1
September 8, 1960 116TH PAVING BID OPENING SEPT 27, HEARING DUE 1
September 8, 1960 JUNE LAGE, RANDY PATTERSON 8
September 8, 1960 SHIRLEY ANN PETERS, DAVID G FAIRFIELD 7
September 15, 1960 KELLOGGS' SILVER ANNIVERSARY RECEPTION 6
September 15, 1960 WHOLE TOWN IS CLARY FULLARD'S HOBBY 2
September 15, 1960 CENTER DEVELOPMENT UP TO LEGISLATURE 1
September 15, 1960 BLAST VICTIM (PHOTO OF EARL DODDS & SERVICE STATION) 1
September 15, 1960 MOTHER, TWO CHILDREN IN CAR HIT BY TRAIN (OTTESEN) 1
September 15, 1960 CITIZEN'S ADVISORY COUNCIL ASKS TWO MILLION DOLLARS 1
September 15, 1960 AUDITOR, ENGINEER FLAY BUDGET: MAYOR SAYS HE FOLLOWS RULE 1
September 15, 1960 TOWN OKAYS FLY CONTROL MEASURE 1
September 15, 1960 TOWN OKAYS FLY CONTROL MEASURE 1
September 15, 1960 TWO BURGLARIES IN AREA CLEARED 1
September 15, 1960 DEMARIS, MAUDE 2
September 15, 1960 OLSON, ORVILLE JOHN 2
September 15, 1960 NEW VFW POST FORMED HERE 1
September 15, 1960 INCUMBENTS NOMINATED IN 48TH DISTRICT RACE 1
September 15, 1960 CHANGES SOUGHT TONIGHT FOR MARKET, FIRST ST 1
September 15, 1960 METRO TO ABSORB KIRKLAND SEWER SYSTEM IN 1962 1
September 15, 1960 BLANCHE BORGFORD, DAVID SCHNEEWIND 6
September 15, 1960 SANDRA DECKER, MYRL WINKLE 6
September 22, 1960 CELLAR GALLERY CELEBRATES FIRST ANNIVERSARY WITH WATERCOLORS 13
September 22, 1960 HEISDORF AND NELSON FAMILY PREPARE FOR TRIP TO GERMANY 9
September 22, 1960 KIRKLAND'S ANSWER TO DANIEL BOONE IS PACKER-GUIDE (GRAVES, TOM) 10
September 22, 1960 VIOLINIST HOME FROM STUDY IN SALZBURG (FOLLETTE, GRETA) 9
September 22, 1960 BIDS PUT OFF ON FIREHALL 3
September 22, 1960 CITY ASKS FOR CENTER TITLE 1
September 22, 1960 WILDWOOD PLAT TAKES NEW TURN 1
September 22, 1960 OFFICIALS INVESTIGATING SUNDAY'S PLANE CRASH THAT KILLED TWO MEN 1
September 22, 1960 THERMOMETER ADVERTISES UGN DRIVE IN KIRKLAND (PHOTO) 2
September 22, 1960 VOLUNTEER WORKERS CLEAN YARD FOR KIRKLAND COUPLE 1
September 22, 1960 KIRKLAND AREA YOUTHS APPLAUD EUROPEAN TRAVEL AS EDUCATION 7
September 22, 1960 DENNY PARK TO VOTE ON ANNEXATION TO KENMORE SEWER FOR PLANNING 1
September 22, 1960 BIBLE COLLEGE EXPECTS 25% MORE FRESHMEN 7
September 22, 1960 PARENTS QUESTION SCHOOLS' PE PLANS PRACTICES 1
September 22, 1960 PENNI HOLMBERG, ALLEN SEARLE 6
September 22, 1960 BIDS PUT OFF ON FIREHALL 3
September 22, 1960 MAYOR CALLS AUDIT ABOVE AVERAGE 1
September 22, 1960 HISTORY OF KIRKLAND (PHOTO OF REST SHELTER SIGN) 1
September 22, 1960 WILDWOOD PLAT TAKES NEW TURN 1
September 22, 1960 JUANITA CLUB TO STUDY IMPROVEMENT 1
September 22, 1960 CLAUSEN, KATHERINE 2
September 22, 1960 GAZARIAN, SAM 2
September 22, 1960 BASEBALL, SOMEDAY (PHOTO OF EVEREST PARK) 13
September 22, 1960 KIRKLAND PLANNERS SCOTCH MARKET-FIRST ST REZONES 2
September 22, 1960 BATTY RAE WATT, GERALD PAYNE 8
September 22, 1960 KATHERINE DAVIS, GERALD WHITE 8
September 22, 1960 LILA PAGEL, PAUL WENTZEL 6
September 22, 1960 MARY BAKER, ROBERT WITTENBORN 6
September 29, 1960 YORK FARM HOLSTEINS NEW PREMIER BANNER 1
September 29, 1960 LAKE WASHINGTON ARTISTS WIN POPPY POSTER CONTEST 7
September 29, 1960 GIRL CHOOSES JOB THAT PERMITS HER TO TRAVEL (BAKKE, MARIELLEN) 2
September 29, 1960 PHOTOGRAPHER RETURNS TO TAKE OVER STUDIO (DOUGLAS, GARY L) 5
September 29, 1960 STENOGRAPHER, WINS REGIONAL SEATTLE SPEECH CONTEST (CHRISTENSEN) 5
September 29, 1960 BRIDLE TRAILS GETS $6000 1
September 29, 1960 NEW ROSE HILL BAPTIST CHURCH IS ORGANIZED 3
September 29, 1960 FIRE DESTROYS ROSE HILL HOME (BLAKE, BILL) 1
September 29, 1960 HOUGHTON OKAYS PLAT 2ND TIME (WILDWOOD) 2
September 29, 1960 AREA LEADS NORTH COUNTY UGN DRIVE 1
September 29, 1960 START FUND TO AID YOUNG MOTHER OF 4 1
September 29, 1960 BADCON, O'CONNELL NAMED (CLASS PRESIDENTS) 6
September 29, 1960 FOUR LAKE WASHINGTON YOUTHS NAMED MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS 1
September 29, 1960 LAKE WASHINGTON LAUD HIGH SCHOOL'S EXCELLENCE 6
September 29, 1960 DEONNE BARTLOW, JEFF WEBB 8
September 29, 1960 JOAN WILKINSON, RICHARD E MCGREW 8
September 29, 1960 LINDA LOU POPE, CHARLES MCGRATH JR 8
September 29, 1960 FIRE DESTROYS ROSE HILL HOME (BLAKE, BILL) 1
September 29, 1960 NEW FIRE ALARM SYSTEM COMING TO DISTRICT 41 1
September 29, 1960 BUDGET SHOWS GOVERNMENT TO COST .30 A HEAD FOR 1961 1
September 29, 1960 EXCERPT FROM AUDITOR'S REPORT ON WATER DEPT 3
September 29, 1960 HOUGHTON OKAYS PLAT 2ND TIME (WILDWOOD) 2
September 29, 1960 ARRESTS TOLD FOR VANDALISM IN KIRKLAND 1
September 29, 1960 CRIME COSTS NOT MEASURED BY LOSSES 6
September 29, 1960 LATHAM, WILLIAM "BUD" 2
September 29, 1960 TAYLOR, DOROTHY M 2
September 29, 1960 BELLEVUE-KIRKLAND VFW TO HOLD INSTALLATION 6
September 29, 1960 BASEBALL COST $3000 HERE LAST SEASON 10
September 29, 1960 KIRKLANDITE NAMED STATE CHECKERS CHAMP (FLOWER, AL) 10
September 29, 1960 NEW ROSE HILL BAPTIST CHURCH IS ORGANIZED 3
September 29, 1960 FIRE DESTROYS ROSE HILL HOME (BLAKE, BILL) 1
September 29, 1960 SEAWORTHY SCOUTS, MARINERS HOST SAILING PARTY 3
September 29, 1960 PUBLIC MEETING CALLED ON LAKE SEWER QUESTION 1
September 29, 1960 HELEN GAEEL MORRISON, THOMAS GRAHAM BEAHAM III 8
September 29, 1960 LYNN MARIE HUFF, PAUL CLIFFORD COE 8
October 6, 1960 NIXON AT HOME ON TV PARTIES 8
October 6, 1960 COUPLE TO HONOR 50TH ANNIVERSARY (GRAYBURN, H W) 7
October 6, 1960 MR AND MRS MARTIN LARSON TO HONOR GOLDEN WEDDING 1
October 6, 1960 PREXY OF NAT'L PRIMROSE SOC. NAMED WOMAN OF ACHIEVEMENT (SIEPMAN) 1
October 6, 1960 BUSINESSMAN OPTIMISTIC ABOUT KIRKLAND'S FUTURE (BURMESTER, VERNE) 2
October 6, 1960 UGN WORKERS TO START RESIDENTIAL DRIVE FOR FUNDS MONDAY 6
October 6, 1960 COMMERCIAL REZONING OK'D BY COMMISSIONERS 1
October 6, 1960 BETH WIESEN, JOHN WEAVER 8
October 6, 1960 JUDITH ANN WILKINSON, JOHN ROBERT HOLTE 8
October 6, 1960 JUDY SPAULDING, PATRICK RUNDLE 8
October 6, 1960 LAURANELL PERRINE, RODNEY SHERWOOD 7
October 6, 1960 NANCY ANN GRIFFITHS, GERALD LUPTON 8
October 6, 1960 KIRKLAND COUNCIL ADOPTS BUDGET, CALLS FOR BIDS ON NEW FIREHALL 1
October 6, 1960 BODDY TELLS AREA INDUSTRIAL ASSETS 1
October 6, 1960 THREE YOUNG SHOPLIFTERS APPREHENDED 1
October 6, 1960 BIGNELL, NATHAN 2
October 6, 1960 HOFFMAN, THOMAS 2
October 6, 1960 LEDUC, JOSEPH J 2
October 6, 1960 MILLER, H CLAIR 2
October 6, 1960 WOMEN VOTERS START ANNUAL DRIVE 9
October 6, 1960 PETE LEARNS ABOUT SUBURBAN LIVING COSTS, INCLUDING SCHOOLS 1
October 6, 1960 REDMOND FIRM TO PAVE 116TH 1
October 6, 1960 STATE GOOD ROADS BACKS KIRKLAND INTERCHANGE 1
October 13, 1960 DIECKMANN STARS IN TV SERIES ON LEATHERCRAFT 2
October 13, 1960 DOGNAPPING ALL IN THE GAME FOR KIM (CROSS, KIM) 9
October 13, 1960 STATE WINNER OF JOURNALISM ESSAY CONTEST... (LUKE, DEANNA) 1
October 13, 1960 YMCA SECRETARY LAUDED FOR FIVE YEARS OF SERVICE (FOX, FRANCES) 8
October 13, 1960 PARKING LOT - CITY HALL FOR CIVIC CENTER TALKED 1
October 13, 1960 BELLEVUE MAN OPENS CARPET STUDIO HERE (BLECHA, FRANK) 5
October 13, 1960 ROSELL NOTES 10 YEARS IN BUSINESS (ROSELL, BILL) 14
October 13, 1960 TRADE GROUP STUDIES MALL 1
October 13, 1960 PERRINES DIE IN COLLISION NEAR OTHELLO 1
October 13, 1960 PETE LEARNS WHY THE SCHOOLS WANT MORE MONEY 2
October 13, 1960 NEW STAFFERS JOIN NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE 3
October 13, 1960 WHICH ONE WILL REIGN AS QUEEN OF HOMECOMING? 1
October 13, 1960 PARKING LOT - CITY HALL FOR CIVIC CENTER TALKED 1
October 13, 1960 INTERNATIONAL PAPER PLANS FACTORY HERE 1
October 13, 1960 PERRINE, C ELDON 1
October 13, 1960 PERRINE, MRS C ELDON 1
October 13, 1960 JAYCEE WIVES SPONSOR DISTRICT SEWING CONTEST IN KIRKLAND 7
October 13, 1960 JOURNAL WINS SWEEPSTAKES AWARD IN BETTER NEWSPAPER CONTEST 1
October 13, 1960 KIRKLAND'S TEAM (PHOTO OF FOOTBALL TEAM) 13
October 13, 1960 DENNY PARK SEWER ANNEX VOTING SCHEDULED OCT 18 1
October 13, 1960 ARNETTE HARTMAN, ADOLPH V PETERSON 7
October 20, 1960 SEATTLE ARTIST TO BE FEATURED IN SHOW AT CELLAR GALLERY 5
October 20, 1960 CERAMICS HOBBY AIDS IN RECOVERY OF HOUSEWIFE (WILLIAMS, MRS A) 7
October 20, 1960 OUR TOWN (HANSEN, EDMOND) 2
October 20, 1960 'PEEP' PURSUES PEOPLE LIFE IN JUANITA HOME (GARRISON) 10
October 20, 1960 SOMEONE'S BIRTHDAY (MASSEY, TERRY & SHERRY) 8
October 20, 1960 YOUNG JOURNALIST HOME FROM TEENAGE PRESS CONFERENCE (LUKE, DEANNA) 5
October 20, 1960 BIBLE COLLEGE TO DEDICATE WOMEN'S HALL 13
October 20, 1960 KIRKLAND IS BUYING GUARD ARMORY FOR $20000, GOOD FOR FIREHALL 1
October 20, 1960 NEW FIREHALL COST LIMIT TOLD COUNCIL 1
October 20, 1960 COUNCIL UPHOLDS PLANNERS, VETOES DUPLEX REZONING 1
October 20, 1960 PETE TELLS ALL, SCHOOLS'LL COST $2.60 MORE IN '62 2
October 20, 1960 QUEEN CROWNS QUEEN (HOMECOMING) 1
October 20, 1960 DEMARIS KAY RAEFIELD, DANIEL STEELSMITH 7
October 20, 1960 KIRKLAND IS BUYING GUARD ARMORY FOR $20000, GOOD FOR FIREHALL 1
October 20, 1960 NEW FIREHALL COST LIMIT TOLD COUNCIL 1
October 20, 1960 COUNCIL UPHOLDS PLANNERS, VETOES DUPLEX REZONING 1
October 20, 1960 NEW FIREHALL COST LIMIT TOLD COUNCIL 1
October 20, 1960 VOTERS ASKED TO OKAY $5.90 IN NEW TAXES 14
October 20, 1960 KIWANIANS ANNOUNCE FOUR ANNUAL STUDENT HALLOWE'EN PARTIES 1
October 20, 1960 BURHEN FILES $6900 SUIT AGAINST CITY 1
October 20, 1960 EDFAST, MRS ROY 2
October 20, 1960 GRIFFITHS, ELIZABETH 3
October 20, 1960 JOHNSTON, JOSEPH 9
October 20, 1960 JOURNAL'S NEW PICTURE POLICY EXPLAINED 2
October 20, 1960 WILDERNESS GIVES WAY TO PAVEMENT (PHOTO OF 108TH & NORTHUP WAY) 1
October 27, 1960 COMMISSION BACKS SALE OF CENTER 1
October 27, 1960 TWO CIVIC CENTER PLANS PRESENTED 1
October 27, 1960 BIBLE COLLEGE ENROLLMENT UP 10 PERCENT 7
October 27, 1960 DEAN INSTALLED (BUTTERFIELD, REV C E) 10
October 27, 1960 LATE SCHOOL HOURS COSTLY IN NEW BUS REQUIREMENT 1
October 27, 1960 MELADA DONEY, WARREN HOWARD EVANS 7
October 27, 1960 PATRICIA FRANKLIN, REX KNEELAND 7
October 27, 1960 DEPOSED KIRKLAND FIREMEN OPERATING FROM ARMORY 4
October 27, 1960 THE GOBLINS WILL GET YOU IF YOU DON'T WATCH OUT 8
October 27, 1960 HOUGHTON COUNCILMEN PASS ZONING ORDINANCE, SUBJECT OF CONTROVERSY 1
October 27, 1960 HOUGHTON RESIDENTS PROTEST WATER IMPROVEMENT ASSESSMENT 1
October 27, 1960 KIRKLAND AREA MINISTERS OPPOSE LIQUOR-BY-DRINK, START DRIVE 1
October 27, 1960 WHAT TO DO WITH STRAY DOGS IS A PROBLEM 1
October 27, 1960 SAYER, CARL 3
October 27, 1960 WEATHERMAN, JACK ROBERT 10
October 27, 1960 NAME KELLER ANTI 205 CHAIRMAN (KELLER, LOUIS R) 2
October 27, 1960 KIRKLAND AREA MINISTERS OPPOSE LIQUOR-BY-DRINK, START DRIVE 1
October 27, 1960 LONG WAIT SEEN FOR 116TH PAVING 1
October 27, 1960 ROSELLINI, ANDREWS CLASH OVER BRIDGE 1
October 27, 1960 HOUGHTON RESIDENTS PROTEST WATER IMPROVEMENT ASSESSMENT 1
October 27, 1960 LAKE SAMMAMISH SEWER ON BALLOT 3
October 27, 1960 WATER DISTRICT 72 COMMISSIONERS URGE REVENUE ISSUE APPROVAL 9
November 3, 1960 SHOPPERS RECEIVE $100,000 16
November 3, 1960 KAREN STOREY AWARDED 'U' HONOR 1
November 3, 1960 WINNING ARTIST (PHOTO OF CHRISTINA MORRISON) 4
November 3, 1960 ALTERNATE CIVIC CENTER PLANS PRESENTED 1
November 3, 1960 CIVIC CENTER (PLANS FOR DOWNTOWN - MAP) 5
November 3, 1960 CERAMICS SHOP OPENS FOR BEGINNERS' TRADE 13
November 3, 1960 MOTHERS, PRESCHOOLERS INVITED TO JOIN KIRKLAND COOP NURSERY SCHOOL 7
November 3, 1960 GLASS CLASSROOM PEEK OFFERED AREA CITIZENS 1
November 3, 1960 LAURA JEAN MCIVOR, LYLE EUGENE KELLOGG 8
November 3, 1960 DIANA DAY PARTICIPATES IN TOTEM DEDICATION AT SAND POINT SATURDAY 6
November 3, 1960 HEALTH OFFICER WHO RAPPED DISTRICT CONTAMINATION TO ATTEND MTG 1
November 3, 1960 JAYCEES TO DECK TOWN 9
November 3, 1960 FIRM COMES TO HOUGHTON TO BUILD FIBERGLASS FISH BOATS 1
November 3, 1960 UNITED CONTROL NOT AFFECTED BY OVERLAKE SEWER HOLD UP 6
November 3, 1960 HALLOWE'EN QUIET HERE 2
November 3, 1960 BROOKS, JOHN 4
November 3, 1960 EDFAST, MRS ROY 8
November 3, 1960 FROST, VICTOR 10
November 3, 1960 HUDLOW, LESTER T L 6
November 3, 1960 KINNEY, ROSS JAMES 15
November 3, 1960 NEWCOMER, DAVID 6
November 3, 1960 VIG, MARTIN A 6
November 3, 1960 LOCAL SCOUTS HELP WITH VOTE GETTING DRIVE 1
November 3, 1960 COMMUNITY LEADERS VOICE OPPOSITION TO 205 (LIQUOR-BY-DRINK) 3
November 3, 1960 LOCAL SCOUTS HELP WITH VOTE GETTING DRIVE 1
November 3, 1960 VEHICLES AND BABY SITTERS OFFERED FOR VOTERS TUESDAY 1
November 3, 1960 COLUMNIST TAKES OVER WRITING 'JUANITA REPORTING' (GARRISON, M) 11
November 3, 1960 KIRKLAND SKATER TO PERFORM IN ANNUAL ICEPARADE (FLOWERS, JEFF) 13
November 10, 1960 PIONEER RESIDENTS OF JUANITA TO RETURN FOR GOLDEN WEDDING (FORBES 7
November 10, 1960 VISITOR OF NORWAY REMINDED OF HOME DURING KIRKLAND STAY (BUCK, J) 10
November 10, 1960 NEW FIREHALL IN DOLLAR LIMBO AFTER BID OPENING MONDAY 1
November 10, 1960 HOLIDAY PARK ESTATES OPEN FOR PUBLIC 14
November 10, 1960 MRS WILLIAMS SEEKS ROOMING HOUSE LICENSE 1
November 10, 1960 CHRISTMAS MALL APPROVAL STALLED BY CITY COUNCIL 2
November 10, 1960 MORE LIGHT HELPS BUSINESS (OK TIRE STORE) 8
November 10, 1960 NEW STORE OPENS TODAY IN OLD HOTEL (E AND M SUPPLY) 8
November 10, 1960 KIRKLAND AREA OVER THE TOP 10
November 10, 1960 OVERLAKE PARK STUDYING ANNEXATION TO REDMOND 1
November 10, 1960 JR HIGH PUPILS MORE REPUBLICAN THAN ADULTS 1
November 10, 1960 LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL PROPOSITIONS PASS EASILY 1
November 10, 1960 SCHOOL BOARD WANTS WIDE CHOICE FOR NEW MEMBER 1
November 10, 1960 BARBERSHOP SINGING RELAXES, PROPONENTS SAY 4
November 10, 1960 NEW FIREHALL IN DOLLAR LIMBO AFTER BID OPENING MONDAY 1
November 10, 1960 CHRISTMAS MALL APPROVAL STALLED BY CITY COUNCIL 2
November 10, 1960 CITY STUDIES TRAILER RULES 8
November 10, 1960 COUNCIL PLANS NEW LOOK 8
November 10, 1960 MAJOR STEP DISCLOSED TO CONTROL KIRKLAND'S FUTURE 4
November 10, 1960 DOCTORS SUGGEST THREE STUDENT HEALTH EXAMS 8
November 10, 1960 HOUGHTON VOTERS OK LIBRARY LEVY 1
November 10, 1960 BUILDING BUSINESS (PHOTO OF RON RAWSON INC - BOAT BUILDING) 2
November 10, 1960 ENGINEERS LOWER LAKE WASHINGTON 12
November 10, 1960 LAKE WASHINGTON MARINA HAS CLEAR TRACK AGAIN 2
November 10, 1960 ARMSTRONG, JOHN 5
November 10, 1960 COLE, VERA 13
November 10, 1960 CONNER, LOUISE 10
November 10, 1960 THOMPSON, ELLA 13
November 10, 1960 JR HIGH PUPILS MORE REPUBLICAN THAN ADULTS 1
November 10, 1960 KIRKLAND PICKS NIXON, ROSELLINI, LELAND, ANDERSEN 1
November 10, 1960 LITTLE LEAGUERS TAKE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP 12
November 10, 1960 LAKE WASHINGTON MARINA HAS CLEAR TRACK AGAIN 2
November 10, 1960 STATE TO ACQUIRE POINTS DRIVE SLIDE AREA FOR BRIDGE ACCESS 1
November 10, 1960 WATER DISTRICT 72 BONDS APPROVED EASILY 3 TO 1 1
November 17, 1960 BRIDE OF 20 YRS RELATES HAZARDS IN PREPARING TURKEY (KOSTENBADER) 7
November 17, 1960 FAMILY DISPLAYS AWARDS WON FOR PRIZE HORSES AND PONIES (WEAVER) 5
November 17, 1960 TRAVELER WRITES FROM SOUTH (BANGHART, EDITH) 14
November 17, 1960 SERVICE CENTER FILLED UP (LUNDVALL-KREIDER) 4
November 17, 1960 PLANNERS DEBATING INCLUSIVE, EXCLUSIVE ZONING 1
November 17, 1960 BILL MCLAUGHLIN RESIGNS AS KANG FOOTBALL COACH 1
November 17, 1960 JR HI AND ASST COACHES ARE UNSUNG POWER (JOLGEN, J / MOCK, H) 13
November 17, 1960 SCHOOL DISTRICT CONDUCTS 16 CLASSES FROM WINDOW 4
November 17, 1960 OWNERS THREATEN HOUGHTON LAWSUIT 1
November 17, 1960 PHOTOS SHOWING REMOVAL OF LOGS FROM LAKESHORE 1
November 17, 1960 CITY WAITING FOR PUBLIC OPINION ON FUTURE OF WATER FRONT 1
November 17, 1960 ANDERSON, MARJORY 5
November 17, 1960 DECHANEY, BLANCHE 4
November 17, 1960 HILLINGER, HERMAN 5
November 17, 1960 HIWAY NO 1 INTERCHANGE APPROVED. CLOVERLEAF BRIDGE ACCESS OK 1
November 17, 1960 PAVING STARTS ON 116TH 1
November 17, 1960 DARLENE KIENLE, GARY PETERSON 8
November 17, 1960 ELIZABETH RUTH GUERDET, CLYDE BEHRENDS 8
November 17, 1960 SYLVIA HELEN MAYHEW, ROBERT SOTELO 8
November 24, 1960 JUANITA COUPLE TO CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING (LACY, JAMES) 2
November 24, 1960 HIGH HUNT IS PROFITABLE FOR KIRKLAND MAN (CONROD, PHIL) 6
November 24, 1960 PARENTS GREET ARRIVAL OF SECOND SET OF TWINS (HAYWARD, RICHARD) 1
November 24, 1960 FIREHALL BIDS ACCEPTED BY KIRKLAND'S COUNCIL 1
November 24, 1960 ELECTRIC WATCH SOLD LOCALLY 3
November 24, 1960 FIRST STEPS TAKEN TO STOP ZONING 1
November 24, 1960 REDMOND ANNEXATION MOVE EXPLAINED 8
November 24, 1960 RESIDENT HITS ANNEXATION PLAN 1
November 24, 1960 DIRECTORS HIRE JOLGEN, RECEIVE FOUR NAMES FOR BOARD VACANCY 1
November 24, 1960 READING MACHINES FIND HOME IN LW SCHOOL DISTRICT 1
November 24, 1960 SANDY THORNTON, KENT HAYWARD 5
November 24, 1960 FIREHALL BIDS ACCEPTED BY KIRKLAND'S COUNCIL 1
November 24, 1960 FIREHALL BIDS ACCEPTED BY KIRKLAND'S COUNCIL 1
November 24, 1960 PRECEDENT SETTING VARIANCES TABLED 1
November 24, 1960 DIABETES TESTS OFFERED AT HIGH SCHOOLS HERE 6
November 24, 1960 EASTSIDE DISTRICT GARDEN CLUBS TO STAGE TWO-DAY CHRISTMAS SHOW 5
November 24, 1960 CITIZENS COMMITTEE WOULD STUDY WATER FOR HOUGHTON 1
November 24, 1960 FIRST STEPS TAKEN TO STOP ZONING 1
November 24, 1960 INTERNATIONAL PAPER CO OPENS OFFICE 8
November 24, 1960 $1500 CLAIM FILED AGAINST KIRKLAND 1
November 24, 1960 LIBRARY SEEKS ADVANCE NOTICE OF BOOK NEEDS 2
November 24, 1960 KAISER, JOSEPHINE 2
November 24, 1960 POPINO, BERTHA 5
November 24, 1960 TAYLOR, MARY 2
November 24, 1960 SUBURBS FOR SUBURBIAN IS AIM OF CLUB'S IDEA 1
November 24, 1960 SUBURBS FOR SUBURBIAN IS AIM OF CLUB'S IDEA 1
November 24, 1960 FEDERATED CLUBS BACK REDMOND-BRIDGE LINK FOR STATE HIGHWAYS 1
November 24, 1960 MUDDY START (PHOTO OF PAVING OF 116TH) 2
November 24, 1960 CITIZENS COMMITTEE WOULD STUDY WATER FOR HOUGHTON 1
November 24, 1960 DOGHOUSES BURN AS NOW SMOTHERS EAST SIDE AREA 1
November 24, 1960 JACQUELINE BURNARD, RAYMOND WALLACE 5
December 1, 1960 (TONY) ARIES DIRECTS SHOWING OF "AUNTIE MAME" 9
December 1, 1960 FOOTBALL FAN ... WINS TRIP TO SAN FRANCISCO (STONEFELT, VERN) 1
December 1, 1960 WHERE DO YOU PUT A TRAILER IN KIRKLAND? 1
December 1, 1960 HIGH SCHOOL PE PROGRAM ON AGENDA 1
December 1, 1960 NEW TRENDS, PROBLEMS OF EDUCATION OUTLINED 9
December 1, 1960 TWELVE ANGRY JURORS (PHOTOS OF CLASS PLAY) 10
December 1, 1960 DOLORES ELAINE BAUMAN, WAYNE ROBERT CHIPMAN 7
December 1, 1960 HOUGHTON FIREMEN APPLAUD FALSE ALARM 1
December 1, 1960 CHIPS AND ADZES (PHOTO OF FERRY LINCOLN BEING BUILT) 13
December 1, 1960 LIKE IT WAS (OLD PHOTO OF SHIPYARD) 13
December 1, 1960 SANTA BRINGS CHRISTMAS TO KIRKLAND'S MALL 1
December 1, 1960 HOUGHTON ADOPTS TOWN PLAN FOR STORM DRAINS 13
December 1, 1960 HOUGHTON FIREMEN APPLAUD FALSE ALARM 1
December 1, 1960 HOUGHTON WRESTLES STREETS AGAIN, STREETS STILL WINNER 1
December 1, 1960 CHIPS AND ADZES (PHOTO OF FERRY LINCOLN BEING BUILT) 13
December 1, 1960 LIKE IT WAS (OLD PHOTO OF SHIPYARD) 13
December 1, 1960 OUT OF THE PAST (PHOTO OF FERRIES TIED UP IN HOUGHTON) 13
December 1, 1960 BURGLARS SMASH MCLEOD'S 1
December 1, 1960 KIRKLAND HIT BY MAJOR BURGLARIES 1
December 1, 1960 CLEMENS, ERMA 3
December 1, 1960 GORE, FRANK WILLIAM 3
December 1, 1960 HOLLOWAY, IRMA 3
December 1, 1960 MILLER, JACK LANE 1
December 1, 1960 NICKOLS, ALICE MAE 3
December 1, 1960 POWELL, GUDFINNA 8
December 1, 1960 JOURNAL STARTS NEW PLAN 13
December 1, 1960 CHIPS AND ADZES (PHOTO OF FERRY LINCOLN BEING BUILT) 13
December 1, 1960 LIKE IT WAS (OLD PHOTO OF SHIPYARD) 13
December 1, 1960 OUT OF THE PAST (PHOTO OF FERRIES TIED UP IN HOUGHTON) 13
December 1, 1960 HERE'S THE BRIDGE TAB (SUGGESTED TOLLS) 9
December 1, 1960 HOUGHTON WRESTLES STREETS AGAIN, STREETS STILL WINNER 1
December 1, 1960 FALLING TREE KNOCKS OUT POWER 10
December 1, 1960 HOUGHTON ADOPTS TOWN PLAN FOR STORM DRAINS 13
December 1, 1960 SNOW REPAIR NOT COMING OUT OF BOND ISSUES 14
December 1, 1960 MARJORIE L LOEWING, ROBERT DAVID MASON 6
December 8, 1960 OPEN HOUSE (PHOTO - 317 18TH AVE) 5
December 8, 1960 KIRKLAND MAN DISCOVERS NEW DIMENSION TO JOB (NELSON, L - ELECTOR) 1
December 8, 1960 FIRST NEW HOME OF GROUP OPEN FOR VIEWING (317 18TH AVE) 9
December 8, 1960 SIX DOZEN BUSINESSES GIVE TO YULE FUND (LIST) 2
December 8, 1960 BRATT NAMED KIRKLAND 'DIMES' CHAIRMAN FOR 1961 CAMPAIGN 2
December 8, 1960 KIRKLAND AREA OVER TOP IN UGN DRIVE 2
December 8, 1960 GIRLS EXCEL BOYS IN GRADES AT HIGH SCHOOL 9
December 8, 1960 HIGH SCHOOL TOPS IN COUNSELING 6
December 8, 1960 JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS NAMED TO HONOR ROLL 14
December 8, 1960 TUTTLE ELECTED LEGISLATIVE DELEGATE 6
December 8, 1960 TWO NEW APPLICANTS DECLARE FOR SCHOOL BOARD VACANCY 1
December 8, 1960 BARBARA LEWIS, STUART KALE 7
December 8, 1960 COLLINS SCHOOL CARNIVAL TO INTRODUCE 'HAPPY' THE WHALE, SANTA 9
December 8, 1960 CAUSE OF FIRE STILL UNKNOWN (LAKEVIEW PHARMACY) 6
December 8, 1960 KIRKLAND MAN DISCOVERS NEW DIMENSION TO JOB (NELSON, L - ELECTOR) 1
December 8, 1960 PLANS FOR NEW TYPE OF MEDICAL FACILITY ANNOUNCED FOR KIRKLAND 1
December 8, 1960 ENTERTAINMENT PLANNED FOR CHRISTMAS MALL 1
December 8, 1960 HOUGHTON ASKS KIRKLAND TO TAKE STAND (SEWERS) 3
December 8, 1960 HOUGHTON POST OFFICE CHANGE CONSIDERED BY AUTHORITIES 1
December 8, 1960 ZONING HALT ACTION DUE 1
December 8, 1960 TELEPHONE COMPANY STRIKE THREATENED; NEGOTIATIONS AT STANDSTILL 1
December 8, 1960 KIRKLAND LIBRARY ADDITION APPROVED; FINANCING POSSIBLE 1
December 8, 1960 KIRKLAND EXHIBITORS WIN TOP AWARD AT DISTRICT GARDEN CLUBS SHOW 8
December 8, 1960 KIRKLAND MAN DISCOVERS NEW DIMENSION TO JOB (NELSON, L - ELECTOR) 1
December 8, 1960 HOUGHTON POST OFFICE CHANGE CONSIDERED BY AUTHORITIES 1
December 8, 1960 HOUGHTON ASKS KIRKLAND TO TAKE STAND (SEWERS) 3
December 8, 1960 TELEPHONE COMPANY STRIKE THREATENED; NEGOTIATIONS AT STANDSTILL 1
December 15, 1960 JOCK NAMED ALL STATE, ALL AMERICAN TACKLE (MCLAUGHLIN, JOCK) 1
December 15, 1960 KIRKLAND SKIER "DROPS" TO EXPERT CLASS IN TWO RACES (WOODSON, M) 14
December 15, 1960 FRIENDLY KIRKLAND ATTRACTS SHOPPERS FROM WHOLE AREA 1
December 15, 1960 WHEADON FLORISTS TO OPEN SHOP IN REDMOND 3
December 15, 1960 PAUL SULLIVAN NAMED 1961 CHAMBER PREXY 1
December 15, 1960 RADIO, TV, DIDN'T DO MUCH FOR GUARD ALERT 14
December 15, 1960 BIBLE COLLEGE TO RECEIVE $450,000 1
December 15, 1960 CAC SEEKS PRECISE CURRICULUM AIMS 1
December 15, 1960 ENGLISH TEACHER REPORT L.W. SCHOOLS ARE UP TO DATE (HAWLEY, M) 5
December 15, 1960 JANICE PETERSON, WILLIAM R GILL 6
December 15, 1960 LOUISE LOGAN, DELBERT L ROGERS 7
December 15, 1960 MARY JANE TESCHNER, LARRY K HARTMAN 7
December 15, 1960 FULL SLATE FACES CITY PLANS GROUP 1
December 15, 1960 GRAEP SEES NEW ECONOMIC COUNCIL AS STRONG VOICE IN COUNTY ZONING 1
December 15, 1960 SANTA CLAUS TO COME TO ROSE HILL 1
December 15, 1960 HOUGHTON AGREES TO PAY THIRD OF 68TH ST PAVING 1
December 15, 1960 JUANITA SEWER POSSIBILITIES TO BE AIRED 5
December 15, 1960 COUNTY CURFEW CRACKDOWN ORDERED 16
December 15, 1960 HUGE GANG INVOLVED IN RECENT BURGLARIES HERE 1
December 15, 1960 RADIO, TV, DIDN'T DO MUCH FOR GUARD ALERT 14
December 15, 1960 FARRAR, BERT 3
December 15, 1960 MYERS, ELIZABETH 5
December 15, 1960 EAST SIDERS HAVE AWAKENED INTEREST IN CHURCH GOING 9
December 15, 1960 SANTA CLAUS TO COME TO ROSE HILL 1
December 15, 1960 HOUGHTON AGREES TO PAY THIRD OF 68TH ST PAVING 1
December 15, 1960 JUANITA SEWER POSSIBILITIES TO BE AIRED 5
December 15, 1960 PUGET POWER NAMES NEW SALES MANAGER (MCDONALD, G L) 9
December 15, 1960 DOLORES BAUMAN, WAYNE CHIPMAN 7
December 22, 1960 BANK MERGER EFFECTIVE 9
December 22, 1960 BELLS TELL A STORY ... (CHAMNESS, MAUDE) 8
December 22, 1960 CHOIR BOY WITH MUDDY KNEES LOOKS FORWARD TO XMAS (SCHWANKE, S) 1
December 22, 1960 EAST SIDE "Y" TELLS $378,200 PLAN 15
December 22, 1960 PLANNING STARTED FOR SECOND HIGH SCHOOL IN DISTRICT 12
December 22, 1960 NEGOTIATIONS TO BUY GUARD ARMORY CONTINUE 11
December 22, 1960 ANNIVERSARY SERVICE PLANNED BY CHURCH (LAKE WASHINGTON METHODIST) 16
December 22, 1960 CHURCH ASKS FOR STREET TO BE PART OF SCHOOL (ST JOHN'S) 1
December 22, 1960 PLANS COMMISSION NIXES SUBDIVISION BY VARIANCE 1
December 22, 1960 BUS WRECK LABELED WORST IN NINE YEARS 1
December 22, 1960 ADVISORY COUNCIL LEADER NAMED TO SCHOOL BOARD (LEIDER, ALAN) 10
December 22, 1960 CURRICULUM STUDY ALREADY UNDERWAY 1
December 22, 1960 FUND STARTED TO PROVIDE TROPHY IN HONOR OF JACK MILLER 1
December 22, 1960 MORE SAFETY PATROLMEN SEEN HERE 2
December 22, 1960 JOYCE Y DORSTAD, DENNIS E LOOTS 5
December 22, 1960 CHANGES MADE TO BALANCE CITY BUDGET 11
December 22, 1960 LIMITED SPOT ZONING PROBLEMS STUDY SET 10
December 22, 1960 PLANS COMMISSION NIXES SUBDIVISION BY VARIANCE 1
December 22, 1960 CHURCHES TO CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS AT SPECIAL SERVICES, PROGRAMS 1
December 22, 1960 HOMES, CHURCHES MADE FESTIVE FOR CHRISTMAS TRAIL CONTEST (LIST) 1
December 22, 1960 KIRKLAND AREA MINISTERS TELL STORY OF CHRISTMAS 3
December 22, 1960 HOUGHTON COUNCILMAN TO BE TRIED (SHELTON, MERRILL) 10
December 22, 1960 HOUGHTON'S DRAINAGE PLAN PURPOSE TOLD 16
December 22, 1960 NO END SEEN TO TELEPHONE COMPANY STRIKE 11
December 22, 1960 $1000 REWARD FOR SLAYER TO BE STOPPED (GREGORY, NORTON J) 10
December 22, 1960 BURGLARS HIT HARTSCHORN TV 2
December 22, 1960 HOUGHTON COUNCILMAN TO BE TRIED (SHELTON, MERRILL) 10
December 22, 1960 JOHNSON, IDA 5
December 22, 1960 LINDER, CHARLES EDWARD 12
December 22, 1960 SMITH, MAY S 5
December 22, 1960 WADE, BOBBY 2
December 22, 1960 EAST SIDE "Y" TELLS $378,200 PLAN 15
December 22, 1960 EAST SIDE CLUBS JOIN MORE-PARKS MOVE 10
December 22, 1960 CHURCHES TO CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS AT SPECIAL SERVICES, PROGRAMS 1
December 22, 1960 KIRKLAND AREA MINISTERS TELL STORY OF CHRISTMAS 3
December 22, 1960 BUS WRECK LABELED WORST IN NINE YEARS 1
December 22, 1960 18TH AVE REGRADING PLANNED 16
December 22, 1960 OIL COAT SLATED FOR 116TH 10
December 22, 1960 HOUGHTON'S DRAINAGE PLAN PURPOSE TOLD 16
December 22, 1960 KIRKLAND BUYS TWO SEWER PUMPS 14
December 22, 1960 CAROL ALICE SCHNEIDER, SHANNON WERLEY 8
December 22, 1960 DEONNE (DEE DEE) BARTLOW, JEFFERSON WEBB 5
December 29, 1960 PRIZES FOR THE FIRST BABY (OF THE YEAR) 7
December 29, 1960 SHOP IN KIRKLAND (PHOTOS) 6
December 29, 1960 YORK FARM BULL EARNS HIGH RATE 2
December 29, 1960 FOSTER RETIRES FROM TEMPORARY POSITION AFTER 17 YEARS WITH CITY 1
December 29, 1960 HE SHOULD BE SO LUCKY (PHOTO OF CLARENCE HALVERSON & MISS AMERICA 12
December 29, 1960 NAVAJO BOY ARRIVES XMAS EVE IN KIRKLAND (TRACY, STERLING) 1
December 29, 1960 ANYTHING TO OBLIGE (XMAS BIRTH OF REIBER, GINA LYNN) 1
December 29, 1960 SULLIVAN SEES GOOD YEAR FOR KIRKLAND BUSINESS 1
December 29, 1960 KIRKLAND AREA MARCH OF DIMES DRIVE PROGRAM EXPLAINED 1
December 29, 1960 ELIZABETH MARIE MOSER, RICHARD HAGER 8
December 29, 1960 JOYCE BARKER, DALE PUGSLEY 12
December 29, 1960 MARILYN JEAN KIMBALL, CHESTER ZOBRIST 8
December 29, 1960 POLICE OFFICIALS HOLDING BREATH ON HOLIDAYS 2
December 29, 1960 DICK, JOSEPHINE 3
December 29, 1960 HILLIGER, WILLIAM A 2
December 29, 1960 HOWLAND, MARVIN 2
December 29, 1960 YOUNG SKIN DIVERS GIVE PROCEEDS TO RESCUE UNIT 2
December 29, 1960 HERE IS WHAT EVERGREEN BRIDGE APPROACH WILL LOOK LIKE 4
December 29, 1960 SECOND BRIDGE LEAPS ONE MORE HURDLE 1
December 29, 1960 KIRKLAND WATER RATES A PRODUCT OF HOPE, PAY-FOR-WHAT-YOU-USE 4
December 29, 1960 CHERRON GAY GREKEL, GARY LEE DOUGLAS 8
December 29, 1960 LORETTA GRACE HAYS, MICHAEL PATRICK O'SULLIVAN 9
December 29, 1960 MARY LOU HALL, ROBERT OSROWSKE 8
December 29, 1960 MARY LOU HALL, ROBERT OSROWSKE 9
January 5, 1961 EMPLOYEE CHANGES ANNOUNCED FOR HEISDORF AND NELSON FARMS 6
January 5, 1961 KIRKLAND COUPLE CELEBRATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY (KELLEY, THOMAS) 9
January 5, 1961 CELLAR GALLERY ANNOUNCES FIRST ADULT ART COMPETITION 7
January 5, 1961 FORMER JUANITAN ARTIST TO OPEN ONE-MAN SHOW (CHASE, CORWIN) 1
January 5, 1961 HOLIDAY MUSICALE GIVEN BY MUSIC AND ART GROUP 8
January 5, 1961 FORMER JUANITAN ARTIST TO OPEN ONE-MAN SHOW (CHASE, CORWIN) 1
January 5, 1961 OUR TOWN (WAGNER, PAUL AND IONE) 2
January 5, 1961 FIRST BABY OF 1961 BORN JAN 2 TO KIRKLAND COUPLE (YULY) 1
January 5, 1961 FIREHALL ON SCHEDULE, ARCHITECT DISCLOSES 9
January 5, 1961 HOW IT LOOKED (PHOTOS OF FIREHALL CONSTRUCTION) 4
January 5, 1961 KIRKLAND'S NEW FIREHALL (ARTIST'S DRAWINGS) 4
January 5, 1961 CITY STREET RENUMBERING PROPOSED BY CHAMBER 1
January 5, 1961 FORTY-FOUR FAMILIES HELPED BY CHRISTMAS BASKET PROGRAM 1
January 5, 1961 COUNTY STUDY MAY AFFECT SCHOOL DISTRICT'S SIZE 1
January 5, 1961 MAXINE NORDRUM, LEONARD L LARSON 7
January 5, 1961 RUTH LAURA HARNISH, TED L BRADSHAW 7
January 5, 1961 PETE'S LANDED, BEACH SECURE, SITUATION WELL IN BILL NOW 1
January 5, 1961 EXPOSURE TO FIRE FATAL TO KIRKLANDITE (ALLOWAY, WILLIAM P) 1
January 5, 1961 FIREHALL ON SCHEDULE, ARCHITECT DISCLOSES 9
January 5, 1961 HOW IT LOOKED (PHOTOS OF FIREHALL CONSTRUCTION) 4
January 5, 1961 KIRKLAND'S NEW FIREHALL (ARTIST'S DRAWINGS) 4
January 5, 1961 COUNTY STUDY MAY AFFECT SCHOOL DISTRICT'S SIZE 1
January 5, 1961 FORTY-FOUR FAMILIES HELPED BY CHRISTMAS BASKET PROGRAM 1
January 5, 1961 BURGLARS HIT HOUGHTON 1
January 5, 1961 BURGLARS HIT HOUGHTON 1
January 5, 1961 JUDGE DISMISSES CHARGE AGAINST COUNCILMAN 12
January 5, 1961 ALLOWAY, WILLIAM P 1
January 5, 1961 FERNANDEZ, DELFIN 3
January 5, 1961 JOHNSON, HARRY HENRY 3
January 5, 1961 PIERATT, ACY MONROE 8
January 5, 1961 SPRINGSTEEL, DUANE ELWYN 6
January 5, 1961 KIRKLAND, REDMOND GAIN IN FINAL TALLY (CENSUS) 3
January 5, 1961 (PHOTO OF 118TH PAVING) 6
January 5, 1961 ANNEXATION MIGHT KILL REDMOND-BRIDGE LINK 4
January 5, 1961 CITY STREET RENUMBERING PROPOSED BY CHAMBER 1
January 5, 1961 POINTS DRIVE FUTURE STILL CLOUDED 4
January 5, 1961 METRO TRUNK CONSTRUCTION MOVED UP 12
January 5, 1961 SUSAN ELLEN THURSTON, HARRISSON LAWTON GRATHWOHL 7
January 12, 1961 CELLAR GALLERY ARTIST ACHIEVES 'VITALITY IN REALISM' (CHASE, C) 4
January 12, 1961 HOUSEWIFE FINDS PEARL OF GREAT SIZE - NOT PRICE (LEHUQUET, MRS W) 1
January 12, 1961 SON APPOINTED TO NATIONAL RED CROSS POST (WILLIAMSON, SHELDON C) 1
January 12, 1961 SON DELIVERS SATELLITE LETTER TO V.P. NIXON (HAUGEN, VICTOR) 10
January 12, 1961 WINNER (PHOTO OF BUNNELL, JUDY) 13
January 12, 1961 FIREHALL PILING REPORTED ADEQUATE 1
January 12, 1961 WILDWOOD HEIGHTS DEVELOPMENT PROCEEDING, SALES AGENCY NAMED (PHOTO) 13
January 12, 1961 YARROW BAY DEVELOPMENT TIMETABLE REVEALED AT 2ND BRIDGE HEARING 13
January 12, 1961 MALL SUCCESS LIMITED BUT MIGHT CONTINUE NEXT YEAR 1
January 12, 1961 STRONG EAST SIDE ECONOMY SEEN FOR '61 1
January 12, 1961 CHAMBER BACKS STREET RENUMBERING 3
January 12, 1961 KIRKLAND CHAMBER JOINS FIGHT (POINTS ROAD) 13
January 12, 1961 A VIRGINIA WHATLEY, ELWORTH E SMITH 6
January 12, 1961 MARY SUSAN PARTLOW, PHILLIP E TEADERMAN 8
January 12, 1961 FIREHALL PILING REPORTED ADEQUATE 1
January 12, 1961 BOB ELVES NAMED BUILDING INSPECTOR 13
January 12, 1961 POLICE CAR BID AWARDED 1
January 12, 1961 EARLY CAMPFIRE GIRLS (PHOTO FROM 1921) 4
January 12, 1961 STATE FIREWORKS LAW WOULD AFFECT HOUGHTON 1
January 12, 1961 BOB ELVES NAMED BUILDING INSPECTOR 13
January 12, 1961 HOUGHTON TO CONTINUE ROAD BATTLE 13
January 12, 1961 STATE FIREWORKS LAW WOULD AFFECT HOUGHTON 1
January 12, 1961 TOWN SETS UP GUARANTEE MACHINERY 13
January 12, 1961 MEDICAL CENTER BURGLARY TOLD 1
January 12, 1961 POLICE CAR BID AWARDED 1
January 12, 1961 STATE FIREWORKS LAW WOULD AFFECT HOUGHTON 1
January 12, 1961 RAEFIELD, RAYMOND F 14
January 12, 1961 EARLY CAMPFIRE GIRLS (PHOTO FROM 1921) 4
January 12, 1961 BOTHELL ROAD LINK BID SET 2
January 12, 1961 CHAMBER BACKS STREET RENUMBERING 3
January 12, 1961 HOUGHTON TO CONTINUE ROAD BATTLE 13
January 12, 1961 KIRKLAND CHAMBER JOINS FIGHT (POINTS ROAD) 13
January 12, 1961 KIRKLAND MISSES INTERCHANGE IN '61-'63 FREEWAY BUDGET 1
January 12, 1961 TOWNS GENERALLY PLEASED WITH BRIDGE APPROACH PLAN 1
January 12, 1961 YARROW BAY DEVELOPMENT TIMETABLE REVEALED AT 2ND BRIDGE HEARING 13
January 12, 1961 JOAN MARIE WILKINSON, RICHARD EARL MCGRAW 6
January 12, 1961 KAREN CHRISTINE MORSE, KARL HENRY MULLER 8
January 12, 1961 LAURANELL PERRINE, RODNEY ALAN SHERWOOD 8
January 12, 1961 MARIAN G BOTTEM, JOSEPH DRISCOLL JR 6
January 12, 1961 MARY LOUISE GREEN, GERALD GUY RANDOLPH 8
January 19, 1961 BOB HAYWARD HOME FROM HOSPITAL AFTER INJURY 1
January 19, 1961 GREAT-GREAT GRANDMOTHER CELEBRATES 90TH BIRTHDAY (STENSLAND, MARY 1
January 19, 1961 PHONE MAN PROMOTED TO ENGINEER (KERR, MATTHEW J) 12
January 19, 1961 RESIDENTS PROTEST CLOSING STREET FOR PROPOSED CHURCH SCHOOL 1
January 19, 1961 RESIDENTS PROTEST CLOSING STREET FOR PROPOSED CHURCH SCHOOL 1
January 19, 1961 UNITARIANS TO OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY 12
January 19, 1961 FIRE DESTROYS JUANITA HOME, NEIGHBORS RALLY (MOUNCE, DON) 1
January 19, 1961 ENROLLMENT UP AT BIBLE COLLEGE 6
January 19, 1961 HALF THE BOYS GO TO COLLEGE 1
January 19, 1961 FIRE DESTROYS JUANITA HOME, NEIGHBORS RALLY (MOUNCE, DON) 1
January 19, 1961 FIREHALL FUND NICKED FOR OIL BILL 1
January 19, 1961 SCOOTER BOUGHT FOR METER READING 1
January 19, 1961 SCHOOL IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM FOR '61 TO VARY, COUNTY SAYS 9
January 19, 1961 OVERLAKE TO GROW BY FOUR BIG INDUSTRIES 4
January 19, 1961 FIRE DESTROYS JUANITA HOME, NEIGHBORS RALLY (MOUNCE, DON) 1
January 19, 1961 JUANITA BUSINESS GROWTH BEFORE PLANNING GROUP 4
January 19, 1961 BURGLARS LEAVE LOOTLESS 1
January 19, 1961 FRANSON, PER 3
January 19, 1961 JEWELL, CLARENCE E 4
January 19, 1961 STRUNTZ, BERTHA 4
January 19, 1961 YMCA NOTES FOUR FOLD INCREASE IN ATTENDANCE 2
January 19, 1961 WHO PAYS? ASKS REPRESENTATIVE ANDERSEN; LELAND OUTLINES PROGRAM 1
January 19, 1961 QUICK ACTION AVOIDS HOUGHTON TRAIN WRECK 1
January 19, 1961 WHOA THERE (PHOTO OF BENT TRACKS) 1
January 19, 1961 RESIDENTS PROTEST CLOSING STREET FOR PROPOSED CHURCH SCHOOL 1
January 19, 1961 ROADS GROUP NIXES YARROW PT ACCESS 1
January 19, 1961 TWO POSSIBILITIES SEEN FOR POINTS DRIVE 9
January 19, 1961 NEVA WHEATLEY, GEOFFREY POTTER 6
January 19, 1961 SANDRA JAY THORNTON, KENT HAYWARD 6
January 26, 1961 SHOP IN KIRKLAND (PHOTOS) 7
January 26, 1961 CHUCK MATHEWS GOES TO CLASS BY TWO WAY TELEPHONE HOOK-UP 1
January 26, 1961 PLANNING COMMISSION ALLOWS SPOT REZONING 1
January 26, 1961 BOARD SEES NEW GRADE SCHOOL PLAN 1
January 26, 1961 TEN STUDENTS SEEK SCHOOLWORK "GHOST" 1
January 26, 1961 BETTY ANNE MOFFITT, DONALD E ALDER 8
January 26, 1961 CONSTANCE YVONNE PECK, MARVIN DALE BOWEN 7
January 26, 1961 NANCY JEAN BROWNELL, DELMAR A MORTZ 8
January 26, 1961 PATRICIA GAIL LEERIGHT, VICTOR S FERGUSON 7
January 26, 1961 SALLY SUE HELLIWELL, RICHARD REDMAN 7
January 26, 1961 NEW FIRE ALERT SYSTEM PLANNED FOR HOUGHTON 1
January 26, 1961 COUNCIL DROPS SIDEWALK SUGGESTION 3
January 26, 1961 PLANNING COMMISSION ALLOWS SPOT REZONING 1
January 26, 1961 HORSE, DOG REGULATIONS CONSIDERED 1
January 26, 1961 NEW FIRE ALERT SYSTEM PLANNED FOR HOUGHTON 1
January 26, 1961 BURGLARY WAVE CLEARED BY ARREST OF YOUTHS 1
January 26, 1961 GROWER OFFERS REWARD FOR 30 MISSING PLANTS (GRISWOLD, W O) 1
January 26, 1961 HORSE, DOG REGULATIONS CONSIDERED 1
January 26, 1961 BOOK DEMAND UP, FICTION TRAILS FACT 1
January 26, 1961 KEITH TUCKER JOINS DOCTORS 3
January 26, 1961 BARNREITER, ALICE EDNA 4
January 26, 1961 HAAS, HARLOW C 3
January 26, 1961 KISER, CARL 2
January 26, 1961 MAJOR IMPROVEMENT MAY BE NEEDED FOR 2-D 1
January 26, 1961 STATE SAYS: INTERCHANGE COMING 1
January 26, 1961 THOMPSON ASKS LAKE ST S ON STATE NET 1
January 26, 1961 THREE MAJOR ARTERIAL CHANGES CALLED FOR 9
January 26, 1961 BREAK CUTS CITY WATER SUPPLIES, STORAGE USED 1
January 26, 1961 WEST COAST TELEPHONE TO SPEND NEARLY $800,000 HERE IN 1961 1
February 2, 1961 STUDENT ABANDONS CALIFORNIA FOR LAKE WASHINGTON (PARKER, LOUISE) 6
February 2, 1961 WEDLOCK INCORPORATED (DONOGHUE, BUD AND MARY) 5
February 2, 1961 FOODLANE HOLDS 5TH ANNIVERSARY 2
February 2, 1961 WEDLOCK INCORPORATED (DONOGHUE, BUD AND MARY) 5
February 2, 1961 PARENTS QUESTION TESTING PROGRAM 1
February 2, 1961 CAROL ANNE HAWKINS, JAMES MCCLELLAND 8
February 2, 1961 NANCY GAIL ASKEW, ALAN ARTHUR WENTZEL 8
February 2, 1961 FIREMEN'S AID (PHOTO OF FLOODLIGHT AND GENERATOR) 1
February 2, 1961 '61 TAX BILLS UP 22% 1
February 2, 1961 PLANS COMMITTEE SEEKS SPEED UP IN PREPARATION OF LAND USE PLAN 1
February 2, 1961 STEVE HALE RESIGNS POST 1
February 2, 1961 KIRKLAND AREA GOOD LIGHT LOCATION INDUSTRY, AGENT SAYS 1
February 2, 1961 SEATTLE DOOR ANNOUNCES EXPANSION TO DIVERSIFY 1
February 2, 1961 COOLEY, DANIEL 3
February 2, 1961 ELDUEN, MAYER R 10
February 2, 1961 FAUGHT, LEWIS 3
February 2, 1961 THE YMCA MEANS FUN! (PAGE OF PHOTOS) 4
February 2, 1961 POSTMASTER LAUDED BY CHAMBER (ANDERSON, GEORGE) 1
February 2, 1961 LIPPIZANS TO BE VANGUARD OF RIDING MOVEMENT HERE 1
February 9, 1961 DAVID HODGES NAMED H & N MANAGER HERE 2
February 9, 1961 "MAN WHO KNOWS HOW" NOT FORGOTTEN BY LAKE WASHINGTON HI (STILL, L 1
February 9, 1961 KIRKLAND GIRL ON TOUR WITH COLLEGE SINGERS (SHOEMAKER, NAOMI ANN) 12
February 9, 1961 SCHOOLS MAKE COUNTER OFFER FOR NEW SITE 2
February 9, 1961 CIVIC CENTER DEVELOPMENT REPORTED 12
February 9, 1961 COUNCILMEN DENY CHURCH'S STREET VACATION REQUEST 1
February 9, 1961 KIRKLAND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH ANNOUNCES $250000 BUILDING PROGRAM 1
February 9, 1961 BUSINESSMEN WARNED ABOUT MISLEADING SALES PITCH 3
February 9, 1961 FEED MILL TRUCK BREAKS LOOSE FOR WILD CHARGE 1
February 9, 1961 "MAN WHO KNOWS HOW" NOT FORGOTTEN BY LAKE WASHINGTON HI (STILL, L 1
February 9, 1961 FIFTY SENIORS NAMED TO HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL 7
February 9, 1961 PARENTS ASK BOARD ABOUT SCHOOL TESTS 1
February 9, 1961 WHAT'S THE COST FOR FUN IN KIRKLAND? 9
February 9, 1961 IT'S SPRING ALREADY AND THE TOURIST IS A'CUMIN IN 9
February 9, 1961 COUNCILMEN DENY CHURCH'S STREET VACATION REQUEST 1
February 9, 1961 FISHERIES RESEARCH LABORATORY CONSIDERS JUANITA LOCATION 1
February 9, 1961 CENTRAL HIT BY BURGLARS 3
February 9, 1961 COUPLE FILES DAMAGE CLAIM AGAINST CITY 1
February 9, 1961 QUESTIONING CLEARS YOUTH 12
February 9, 1961 JOHNSON, GLENN 1
February 9, 1961 GLORIA OLDFIELD, DEE LIND PETERSEN 4
February 9, 1961 JANICE PETERSEN, WILLIAM ROY GILL 5
February 16, 1961 SHOP IN KIRKLAND (PHOTOS) 6
February 16, 1961 FOUR NAMED MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS (JAMES/ASKEW/CALDWELL/KING 1
February 16, 1961 SIGNS GREET MERCHANT ON RETURN FROM HAWAII (RICHARDSON, RON) 1
February 16, 1961 CIVIC CENTER IMPETUS SEEN 1
February 16, 1961 FRIENDLINESS LURES NEW BUSINESS (BOYD, WES) 3
February 16, 1961 SOLE OWNER TOLD HERE (EAST SIDE HOBBY SHOP) 9
February 16, 1961 CHAMBER HITS TRADING STAMPS 1
February 16, 1961 KIDS 'GET THE GOAT' OF SUZY Q 1
February 16, 1961 GOP TO SHOW ANTI-RED FILMS 4
February 16, 1961 FOUR NAMED MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS (JAMES/ASKEW/CALDWELL/KING 1
February 16, 1961 SCHOOL BOARD CAN'T HELP (PROVIDING SIDEWALKS) 2
February 16, 1961 SCHOOL MILLAGE LEVELS EXPLAINED 1
February 16, 1961 KIDS 'GET THE GOAT' OF SUZY Q 1
February 16, 1961 HOUGHTON URGES REPUBLICANS END TO STALLING, WANTS OPINION 2
February 16, 1961 SCHOOL BOARD CAN'T HELP (PROVIDING SIDEWALKS) 2
February 16, 1961 SHERIFF HOLDS UNNAMED YOUTH 1
February 16, 1961 WHITES FILE SECOND CLAIM 1
February 16, 1961 NEW, LONG DISTANCE RADAR SLATED FOR REDMOND NIKE-HERCULES SITE 4
February 16, 1961 BLONN, LULU 2
February 16, 1961 KLING, BEDA ELVIRA 3
February 16, 1961 KOKKO, WILLIAM 3
February 16, 1961 SHAY, CHARLES 2
February 16, 1961 KOSKI WOULD SEEK POSTMASTER'S JOB 1
February 16, 1961 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (KOSKI, ARTHUR - ABOUT POSTMASTER) 2
February 16, 1961 WSU SOPHOMORE TAKES NEW JOB ON NEWSPAPER (MATTHIESEN, DOTTIE) 5
February 16, 1961 KIWANIS CLUB SPONSORS BRIDGE TOURNAMENT 1
February 16, 1961 SCHOOL BOARD CAN'T HELP (PROVIDING SIDEWALKS) 2
February 16, 1961 STATE REVEALS YARROW POINT SERVICE ROAD 1
February 16, 1961 MARY JANE TESCHNER, LARRY HARTMAN 7
February 16, 1961 ROSE ANN PAYNE, WILLIAM R WILSON 7
February 23, 1961 JUANITA COUPLE TO OBSERVE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY (LITTELL, ROLAND B) 4
February 23, 1961 WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR CELLAR GALLERY COMPETITION 8
February 23, 1961 BIRTHDAY PARTY HONORS CHARLES PERRINE 6
February 23, 1961 KIRKLAND FAMILY FAMILIAR WITH EDUCATION OF INDIANS (MCEVER) 6
February 23, 1961 DEALER WINS COVETED TRIP (WEISHART, ART) 3
February 23, 1961 NAME SOUGHT FOR DRIVE-IN 6
February 23, 1961 RIDICULOUS DAYS HIT KIRKLAND; MERCHANTS, CUSTOMER RIDING HIGH 1
February 23, 1961 JOURNAL SCOOPED BY GIRL JOURNALISTS (RATHKAMP / GRAHAM) 1
February 23, 1961 COMMISSION KILLS REZONING BY VARIANCE, SETS RULE 1
February 23, 1961 DEVELOPMENT FEVER HITS ROSE HILL AREA LAND OWNERS 1
February 23, 1961 OBJECTIONS TO REZONING 2
February 23, 1961 SCHOOL BOARD LIMITS EARLY DISCUSSION AT MEETINGS 1
February 23, 1961 CITY COUNCIL BACKS POLICE SUSPENSIONS HERE 1
February 23, 1961 COMMISSION KILLS REZONING BY VARIANCE, SETS RULE 1
February 23, 1961 DISAGREEMENT FLARES OVER PARK CHIEF (SOHNS, MEL) 1
February 23, 1961 HOUGHTON MAIL SERVICE TO BE EXTENDED MARCH 31 1
February 23, 1961 BELLEVUE MAN FINED IN REDMOND COURT FOR ALLEGED OBSCENITY 2
February 23, 1961 CITY COUNCIL BACKS POLICE SUSPENSIONS HERE 1
February 23, 1961 NEW SPEED LIMIT TO BE IMPOSED ON WIDE AREA OF ROSE HILL 9
February 23, 1961 KIRKLAND FAMILY FAMILIAR WITH EDUCATION OF INDIANS (MCEVER) 6
February 23, 1961 HANOT, AUGUST 2
February 23, 1961 HUTCHINS, SHELDON 8
February 23, 1961 MATSON, ELMER 2
February 23, 1961 HOUGHTON MAIL SERVICE TO BE EXTENDED MARCH 31 1
February 23, 1961 JOURNAL SCOOPED BY GIRL JOURNALISTS (RATHKAMP / GRAHAM) 1
February 23, 1961 DISAGREEMENT FLARES OVER PARK CHIEF (SOHNS, MEL) 1
February 23, 1961 DEVELOPMENT FEVER HITS ROSE HILL AREA LAND OWNERS 1
February 23, 1961 NEW SPEED LIMIT TO BE IMPOSED ON WIDE AREA OF ROSE HILL 9
February 23, 1961 INTERCHANGE COMPLETION SEEN BY END OF 1961 1
February 23, 1961 NEW SPEED LIMIT TO BE IMPOSED ON WIDE AREA OF ROSE HILL 9
February 23, 1961 SPECIAL ACTION COMMITTEE FORMED BY LAKE WASHINGTON GOOD ROADS 1
February 23, 1961 TRAFFIC LIGHTS PLANNED (ON BRIDGE) 2
February 23, 1961 DORIS PATRICIA FRANKLIN, REX WALKING KNEELAND 8
February 23, 1961 SANDRA LEE JACOBSEN, MICHAEL RODGER SEFTON 8
March 2, 1961 SHOP IN KIRKLAND (PHOTOS) 6
March 2, 1961 DINNER TO FETE GOLDEN WEDDING (NICHOLAS, THOMAS) 6
March 2, 1961 CELEBRITIES VISIT CELLAR GALLERY (CORCORAN / PRINS (WANDA WUNDA)) 1
March 2, 1961 TEACHING IS AIM OF TRIP ABROAD (OSWALT, JANET) 12
March 2, 1961 NEW BUILDING AT BIXBY'S MARINA UPHELD BY COUNCIL ON TECHNICALITY 1
March 2, 1961 SCHOOL DISTRICT SEEKS TRACT PROPOSED FOR ANNEXATION 1
March 2, 1961 OLD METHODIST CHURCH MAKES WAY FOR PROGRESS (PHOTO) 8
March 2, 1961 JUANITA BUSINESS AREA ENLARGED 1
March 2, 1961 BELLEVUE YOUTH HURT IN COLLISION ON FREEWAY 1
March 2, 1961 LAKE WASHINGTON EDUCATION ASSOCIATION EXPLAINED 9
March 2, 1961 DOLORES STUCKY, BRUCE HALL 8
March 2, 1961 GEORGE COMPTON, NOREEN OLSON 7
March 2, 1961 PAT MCCORMICK, ROY RONNING 8
March 2, 1961 HOUGHTON OIL FIRE SET 1
March 2, 1961 SO TAXES WENT UP? HERE'S WHY ACCORDING TO KING COUNTY ASSESSOR 1
March 2, 1961 POLICE HEARING SET; CITY ATTORNEY OUT 1
March 2, 1961 OLD METHODIST CHURCH MAKES WAY FOR PROGRESS (PHOTO) 8
March 2, 1961 NEW BUILDING AT BIXBY'S MARINA UPHELD BY COUNCIL ON TECHNICALITY 1
March 2, 1961 JUANITA BUSINESS AREA ENLARGED 1
March 2, 1961 POLICE HEARING SET; CITY ATTORNEY OUT 1
March 2, 1961 ORVALLA, NEIL A 6
March 2, 1961 DR MCKIBBEN ELECTED PREXY OF ROTARY CLUB 1
March 2, 1961 MONDAY NIGHT BOWLERS (PHOTOS) 4
March 2, 1961 PARAPLEGIC BASKETBALL GAME SLATED MARCH 9 IN KIRKLAND 10
March 2, 1961 REV FRIBERG RESIGNS FROM CHURCH HERE (CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE) 6
March 2, 1961 HAPPIEST PEOPLE LIVE IN SUBURBIA, SURVEY SAYS 2
March 2, 1961 KIRKLAND READY FOR STREET OILING DRIVE 7
March 2, 1961 LENNEA CALLICOTTE, KENNETH GANDEE 6
March 9, 1961 ESTHER SMITH MARKS 16 YEARS WITH ORCHESTRA 9
March 9, 1961 ROCKHOUND, NORM GRIFFITHS LEARNED LORE WHEN MERE LAD 1
March 9, 1961 WEDLOCK INCORPORATED (HOFSTETTER, PAUL AND ARLINE) 8
March 9, 1961 KIRKLAND BUILDING PERMIT TOTAL FOR FEBRUARY DOUBLES 1960 MARK 1
March 9, 1961 TAXES ROSE UNEVENLY AS SOME AREAS REVALUED 1
March 9, 1961 HIGH SCHOOL SEAL PLACED IN FLOOR 2
March 9, 1961 WAY OPEN FOR JUNIOR COLLEGE HERE 1
March 9, 1961 CIVIC CENTER BILL AWAITS SIGNATURE 1
March 9, 1961 NEW BEAUTY SALON OPENS IN KIRKLAND (BEAUTY NOOK) 5
March 9, 1961 SUBSTITUTE MOTHER'S AIM IS TO PROVIDE REAL HOME AWAY FROM HOME 5
March 9, 1961 KIRKLAND BUILDING PERMIT TOTAL FOR FEBRUARY DOUBLES 1960 MARK 1
March 9, 1961 COLLEGE OFFICIAL SHOWS WHAT COMMUNITY COLLEGE COULD MEAN TO EAST 10
March 9, 1961 EAST SIDE RESIDENTS FAVOR MORE PAY FOR TEACHERS, ANDERSEN SAYS 6
March 9, 1961 HUNTING IS LITTLE PUBLICIZED SPORT AT LAKE WASHINGTON HI 4
March 9, 1961 SCHOOL DISTRICT FEELS PINCH OF SALARY COMPETITION AS RECRUITING 1
March 9, 1961 SCHOOL LUNCH COST HELD STABLE 5
March 9, 1961 POPULAR COMBO (PHOTO OF THE ECHOES) 1
March 9, 1961 EAST KINGCO ROCK CLUB PLANS SHOW 1
March 9, 1961 LELAND WILL FIGHT SUNDAY LIQUOR SALES 2
March 9, 1961 PARK MANGER ACTION HELD UP BY COUNCIL 1
March 9, 1961 POLICEMEN'S LAWYERS CAN ASK QUESTIONS AT HEARING: COLE 1
March 9, 1961 THESE ARE YOUR KIRKLAND LAWMAKERS (PHOTO) 2
March 9, 1961 HOUGHTON SEEKS STATE SOLUTION 1
March 9, 1961 DOOR PROTECTION MANUFACTURED IN KIRKLAND 12
March 9, 1961 POLICEMEN'S LAWYERS CAN ASK QUESTIONS AT HEARING: COLE 1
March 9, 1961 FILBIN, JAMES 6
March 9, 1961 HAMMOND, RON 10
March 9, 1961 MASON, LAROY R 10
March 9, 1961 PRYOR, STELLA M 2
March 9, 1961 ROBERTS, MARY CAROLINE 5
March 9, 1961 WARREN, WILLIAM 5
March 9, 1961 SPRINGTIME SUBURBIA SEA PARTY TO HAWAII OFFERED JOURNAL READERS 8
March 9, 1961 HUNTING IS LITTLE PUBLICIZED SPORT AT LAKE WASHINGTON HI 4
March 9, 1961 PARK MANGER ACTION HELD UP BY COUNCIL 1
March 9, 1961 HOLY FAMILY CHURCH TO HAVE WEEK OF MISSION SERVICES 8
March 9, 1961 BRIDGE TRAFFIC UP 2% 2
March 9, 1961 LAKE STREET STUDY MONEY MAY BE COMING 1
March 9, 1961 REVISED PLAN FOR LAKE SPAN TO BE SHOWN 1
March 16, 1961 PIANIST TO APPEAR AS SOLOIST IN BELLEVUE (COWELL, JOHN) 9
March 16, 1961 BANK HONORED (PHOTO AT NB OF C) 2
March 16, 1961 BANK TO CARRY TOWN DEFICIT 6
March 16, 1961 GIFTS COME IN BIG PACKAGE (OSTRANDER, LAMAR) 1
March 16, 1961 LITTLE BALLERINA ON WAY TO DANCING FAME (ANDERS, SHERRIE LEE) 9
March 16, 1961 PIANIST TO APPEAR AS SOLOIST IN BELLEVUE (COWELL, JOHN) 9
March 16, 1961 KIRKLAND IN NO HURRY FOR TITLE FOR CENTER, MAYOR SAYS 1
March 16, 1961 NEW FIRM TO REPAIR OUTBOARDS 5
March 16, 1961 OPPOSITION SEEN FOR DEVELOPMENT 1
March 16, 1961 DISTRICT FEELS BUDGET PINCH IN OBTAINING TEACHERS 1
March 16, 1961 JUNIOR HIGH ORCHESTRA, CHOIR SWEEPS COMPETITION 10
March 16, 1961 TWO PLACE AS EXCHANGE STUDENTS (FALKNER / CURTISS) 12
March 16, 1961 CAROL ANNE SMETANA, MARVIN PETERSON 8
March 16, 1961 FATE OF WILLIAMS, CHIEF REYNOLDS, TO BE KNOWN WITHIN A WEEK 1
March 16, 1961 PARK BOARD AGREES TO CLOSED MEETING ON SUPERINTENDENT 1
March 16, 1961 HOUGHTON WANTS STATE TO CHECK DUMP RUN-OFF 1
March 16, 1961 BANK TO CARRY TOWN DEFICIT 6
March 16, 1961 HOUGHTON WANTS STATE TO CHECK DUMP RUN-OFF 1
March 16, 1961 TOWN TAKES MEASURES TO STOP POST OFFICE CLOSING 1
March 16, 1961 FATE OF WILLIAMS, CHIEF REYNOLDS, TO BE KNOWN WITHIN A WEEK 1
March 16, 1961 JACKSON, ARBA DEHART 6
March 16, 1961 THOMSON, LUTY MAUDE 6
March 16, 1961 GARDEN CLUB PRESIDENT TELLS WHYS AND WHEREFORES OF PRIMROSES 6
March 16, 1961 TOWN TAKES MEASURES TO STOP POST OFFICE CLOSING 1
March 16, 1961 FRIDAY NIGHT BOWLERS (PHOTOS) 7
March 16, 1961 PARK BOARD AGREES TO CLOSED MEETING ON SUPERINTENDENT 1
March 16, 1961 BISHOP PLANS MISSION VISIT TO KIRKLAND (EPISCOPAL) 3
March 16, 1961 RITA KAY FRIESEN, DONALD E BELKA 8
March 23, 1961 COWGAL RIDES CAR FOR ROUNDUP HERE (BECKER, MRS JAY) 1
March 23, 1961 DAVE POWELL "GIVES AWAY" 50-YEAR COLLECTION OF MUSIC 1
March 23, 1961 OFFICE BUILDING PLANS SHOWN TO KIRKLAND COMMISSION 8
March 23, 1961 FIRST STEPS TAKEN TO CONVERT CIVIC CENTER 1
March 23, 1961 HOUGHTON TOWN HALL ROOF BLOWS OFF 2
March 23, 1961 KIRKLAND POST OFFICE SITE OKAYED 1
March 23, 1961 CAMELOT PARK LOT SIZE UNDER FIRE BY PETITION WIELDING RESIDENTS 5
March 23, 1961 KIRKLAND MAN MOVES UP AS FIRM MANAGER (HOLDEN, JOHN P) 9
March 23, 1961 COURTNEY TO HEAD UGN DRIVE 9
March 23, 1961 CAMELOT PARK LOT SIZE UNDER FIRE BY PETITION WIELDING RESIDENTS 5
March 23, 1961 20% OF TAX INCREASE DUE TO SCHOOLS 6
March 23, 1961 BIBLE COLLEGE RECEIVES GIFT 2
March 23, 1961 CHEMISTRY PROF AWARDED GRANT FOR SCIENCE STUDY (HANSEN, RALPH) 2
March 23, 1961 MORTON JOHNSON COMMENDED 6
March 23, 1961 TAKE YOUR FIRE TO THE FIRE STATION 6
March 23, 1961 COUNCIL OKS WEBSTER AS NEW PARK MANAGER 1
March 23, 1961 RECALL CONSIDERED AS REYNOLDS, WILLIAMS OUT 1
March 23, 1961 STREET SWEEPER ARRIVES IN CITY, COUNCILMAN'S 6 YR STRUGGLE ENDS 1
March 23, 1961 ASSESSOR GIVES KIRKLAND EXTRA $20,582 IN TAXES 6
March 23, 1961 HOUGHTON NOW ON LONG ROAD BACK TO SOLVENCY MAYOR BASS SAYS 1
March 23, 1961 HOUGHTON POST OFFICE TO REMAIN PATRONS ASSURED 1
March 23, 1961 HOUGHTON TOWN HALL ROOF BLOWS OFF 2
March 23, 1961 RECALL CONSIDERED AS REYNOLDS, WILLIAMS OUT 1
March 23, 1961 REDMOND YOUTH CONFESSES ROBBERY 2
March 23, 1961 PAULSON, KATHRINA E 2
March 23, 1961 SMITH, BRUCE 2
March 23, 1961 SMITH, MRS MOLFRED B 2
March 23, 1961 HOUGHTON POST OFFICE TO REMAIN PATRONS ASSURED 1
March 23, 1961 KIRKLAND POST OFFICE SITE OKAYED 1
March 23, 1961 SWIM POOL FENCES STUDIED 4
March 23, 1961 COUNCIL OKS WEBSTER AS NEW PARK MANAGER 1
March 23, 1961 CAMELOT PARK LOT SIZE UNDER FIRE BY PETITION WIELDING RESIDENTS 5
March 23, 1961 STOP SIGNS AT RAILROAD 'EFFECTIVE' 1
March 23, 1961 CITY FROWNS ON ALL-NIGHT PARKING 1
March 23, 1961 HILL TRAFFIC COUNT SHOWS LITTLE PROMISE OF ROAD IMPROVEMENTS 6
March 23, 1961 PLANS TOLD FOR BRIDGE APPROACHES 1
March 23, 1961 RESIDENTS ASK INTERSECTION CHECK WHERE RAY LOESBY INJURED 1
March 23, 1961 STOP SIGNS AT RAILROAD 'EFFECTIVE' 1
March 23, 1961 STREET SWEEPER ARRIVES IN CITY, COUNCILMAN'S 6 YR STRUGGLE ENDS 1
March 30, 1961 DONNA HJORTH TO APPEAR IN CONCERT 6
March 30, 1961 FIRST WAREHOUSE UNIT NEARS COMPLETION HERE 6
March 30, 1961 CITY SEEKS CENTER APPRAISAL COUNTY POLICY ON SELLING 1
March 30, 1961 CAMELOT PARK REZONING REFUSED 3
March 30, 1961 FIRST HAIRCUT (PHOTOS OF THOM, LAWRENCE) 5
March 30, 1961 CAMELOT PARK REZONING REFUSED 3
March 30, 1961 COUNTY NIXES REZONE APPEAL BY MCGRATH 2
March 30, 1961 CENTRAL SCHOOL GROWS RABBITS FOR EASTER 1
March 30, 1961 FOUR SPEAKERS CHOSEN FOR JUNE COMMENCEMENT 2
March 30, 1961 INSTALLATION, FASHION SHOW ON JUNIOR HIGH PROGRAM 9
March 30, 1961 NEW BOUNDARIES TOLD FOR KIRKLAND, REDMOND JUNIOR HIGHS 8
March 30, 1961 SALARIES' EFFECT ON EDUCATION UNCLEAR SO FAR 2
March 30, 1961 HELEN HURN, MAINE TONKIN 7
March 30, 1961 SHARON HAYES, DALE RATHBUN 7
March 30, 1961 TAXPAYER CHARGES EAST SIDE FORCED TO PAY MORE THAN ITS SHARE 2
March 30, 1961 CENTRAL SCHOOL GROWS RABBITS FOR EASTER 1
March 30, 1961 SPECIAL CHURCH SERVICES TO COMMEMORATE EASTER 1
March 30, 1961 HOUGHTON RESIDENTS, COUNCIL RESIST POST OFFICE CHANGE 1
March 30, 1961 JUANITA ZONING DECISION TO BE APPEALED APRIL 27 1
March 30, 1961 BERG, MRS HARRY 6
March 30, 1961 NEW EXCHANGE CLUB TO HOLD CHARTER NIGHT 3
March 30, 1961 HOUGHTON RESIDENTS, COUNCIL RESIST POST OFFICE CHANGE 1
March 30, 1961 EAST SIDE YMCA LAUNCHES NEW BUSINESSMAN'S FITNESS PROGRAM 6
March 30, 1961 SAMMAMISH MARATHON RACE SLATED NOON, APRIL 9 6
March 30, 1961 THURSDAY NIGHT BOWLERS (PHOTOS) 7
March 30, 1961 WEDNESDAY NIGHT BOWLERS (PHOTOS) 5
March 30, 1961 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE TO BE GIVEN IN KIRKLAND 12
March 30, 1961 SPECIAL CHURCH SERVICES TO COMMEMORATE EASTER 1
March 30, 1961 UNITARIAN CHURCH MAY BE FORMED 5
March 30, 1961 APPROVAL SEEN FOR NORTHRUP WAY TO BE MADE STATE HIGHWAY ROUTE 1
March 30, 1961 NE 53RD ST TURN ON ITS WAY OUT SOON 1
March 30, 1961 STORM SEWER PLAN COMING, ENGINEER SAYS 1
March 30, 1961 PATRICIA FORCIER, CHARLES HAWKINS 7
March 30, 1961 SHERRIE J BRAY, JOHN JOSEPH GRAY 7
April 6, 1961 GREEN'S FUNERAL HOMES INC (25TH ANNIVERSARY) 6
April 6, 1961 SCULPTURE SHOW AT CELLAR GALLERY TO BE COMPLIMENTED BY PAINTINGS 7
April 6, 1961 E WARNER CASE ADMITS HE'S SLOWING DOWN - SOME 1
April 6, 1961 GREEN'S FAITH IN EAST SIDE PAID SO HE'S REINVESTING (GREEN, C) 1
April 6, 1961 TEACHER TO SPEND SUMMER IN MUNICH (WOLFE, HELEN) 9
April 6, 1961 COUNTY PLANS IMPROVEMENTS FOR BRIDLE TRAIL 1
April 6, 1961 SCHOOLS ACCEPT SITE COMPROMISE 5
April 6, 1961 CITY MAY SELL SURPLUS PROPERTY 2
April 6, 1961 WHOOPS ... SPLASH! AND THAT'S WHY WE TORE IT DOWN (7TH ST DOCK) 1
April 6, 1961 GAS STATION REQUEST UNDER STUDY 5
April 6, 1961 TEACHERS TO VISIT BUSINESSES 1
April 6, 1961 JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY HERE? 2
April 6, 1961 COUNSELING FITS PROGRAM TO THE STUDENTS AT LAKE WASHINGTON 5
April 6, 1961 SCHOOL BOUNDARY CHANGES ASKED; HEARING APRIL 13 1
April 6, 1961 TEACHERS TO VISIT BUSINESSES 1
April 6, 1961 DONNA BURNETT, DAVID WALLACE 7
April 6, 1961 FIREMAN HURT NEAR JUANITA 6
April 6, 1961 BAGGALEY ASKS PARK AND PLAN CONSIDERATION 2
April 6, 1961 BLACKBERRY WEEDING ISN'T FREE 1
April 6, 1961 COUNCIL STANDS FIRM ON WHICH WAY THE POST OFFICE FACES 1
April 6, 1961 POLICE CAPTAIN SALARY SET BY CITY 1
April 6, 1961 STATE AUDITOR HAS ALLY IN KIRKLAND 1
April 6, 1961 HOUGHTON REFORMS IN EFFECT 5
April 6, 1961 POST OFFICE CHANGE DELAYED TWO WEEKS 1
April 6, 1961 UNITED CONTROL COMPLETES MOVE 2
April 6, 1961 JUANITA ANNEXATION TO BE HEARD 6
April 6, 1961 POLICE CAPTAIN SALARY SET BY CITY 1
April 6, 1961 DR COSTIGAN TO SPEAK ON BIRCH SOCIETY 1
April 6, 1961 COUNCIL STANDS FIRM ON WHICH WAY THE POST OFFICE FACES 1
April 6, 1961 POST OFFICE CHANGE DELAYED TWO WEEKS 1
April 6, 1961 MAXINE CONOVER TO ENTER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RACE 4
April 6, 1961 MOODY CHORUS TO GIVE CONCERT IN KIRKLAND 9
April 6, 1961 NAZARENE CHURCH TO HONOR FRIBERG FAMILY 3
April 6, 1961 HARBOR PATROL RESCUES YACHT DRIFTING DOWN YARROW BAY 6
April 6, 1961 FUNDS PROVIDED BY STATE FOR KIRKLAND FACTORIA HIGHWAY EXAMINATION 6
April 6, 1961 BIDS SOUGHT MAY 4 FOR METRO EAST SIDE SEWER TRUNK LINE 2
April 6, 1961 KIRKLAND WILL TALK ABOUT A HOUGHTON SEWER NOW 1
April 6, 1961 NEW COIN PHONES IN KIRKLAND (PHOTO) 6
April 6, 1961 PUGET POWER REPORT SHOWS YEARLY GROWTH UP 8 PERCENT 4
April 6, 1961 KANDY MARIE TETER, VERNON ROY LANDON 8
April 13, 1961 SHOP IN KIRKLAND (PHOTOS) 6
April 13, 1961 COUPLE ... TO CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING DAY (SHELTON, HARLEY E) 14
April 13, 1961 KIRKLAND MUSICIANS PLAY IN EASTSIDE SYMPHONETTE 8
April 13, 1961 ALBERT HANSENS RETURN FROM SOUTHERN STATES 6
April 13, 1961 BUILDING PERMIT TOTALS UP OVER A YEAR AGO MARCH HERE 1
April 13, 1961 PROPOSED PROFESSIONAL OFFICE BUILDING (DRAWING) 11
April 13, 1961 UNDER CONSTRUCTION (DRAWING OF PROPOSED BUILDING ON MARKET ST) 12
April 13, 1961 WELDER WORKING ON THE NEW JOHN P HOPKINS WAREHOUSE (PHOTO) 12
April 13, 1961 STREET DEDICATION HOLDS UP PROPOSED SERVICE STATION 1
April 13, 1961 WATER DISTRICT ACTION LIFTS LID ON DEVELOPMENT OF FINN HILL AREA 1
April 13, 1961 THERAPISTS HELP PUPIL SPEECH PROBLEMS IN DISTRICT'S SCHOOLS 12
April 13, 1961 YOUR SCHOOL POLICY MAKERS (PHOTO) 2
April 13, 1961 HOUGHTON FIRE DEPARTMENT TAKES CARE OF ITS OWN 5
April 13, 1961 CITY FIRES WIFE OF POLICEMAN (WILLIAMS, MRS GEORGE) 1
April 13, 1961 FORMATION OF NEW EAST SIDE COUNTY PROPOSED FOR TAX RELIEF 1
April 13, 1961 HOUGHTON ASKS FOR SECOND DELAY IN POST OFFICE PLAN CHANGEOVER 1
April 13, 1961 HOUGHTON FIRE DEPARTMENT TAKES CARE OF ITS OWN 5
April 13, 1961 PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR HOUGHTON MARINA DEVELOPMENT 1
April 13, 1961 BUBBLES FORM BASIS FOR KIRKLAND INDUSTRIES' INSULATION BUSINESS 5
April 13, 1961 MURATA, BONNIE JOY 3
April 13, 1961 BIRCH SOCIETY BLASTED 1
April 13, 1961 FLAG WAVERS SCORED AT EXCHANGE MEETING 1
April 13, 1961 PRIMROSE SHOW HISTORY DATES BACK TO START OF EAST SIDE GARDEN CLUB 7
April 13, 1961 MILK VOTE PETITIONS CIRCULATED 5
April 13, 1961 HOUGHTON ASKS FOR SECOND DELAY IN POST OFFICE PLAN CHANGEOVER 1
April 13, 1961 ARTIST TURNED MINISTER TO VISIT BAPTIST CHURCH 14
April 13, 1961 PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR HOUGHTON MARINA DEVELOPMENT 1
April 13, 1961 BIDS CALLED FOR BRIDGE APPROACHES 1
April 13, 1961 STREET DEDICATION HOLDS UP PROPOSED SERVICE STATION 1
April 13, 1961 ROSE HILL SUBSTATION TO OPEN WITH CEREMONY 2
April 13, 1961 JOAN ELIZABETH CARAHER, PATRICK THOMAS KIRK 9
April 20, 1961 PRINCIPAL DOES STINT WITH NAVY (ORDAL, OLAF G) 3
April 20, 1961 HOMEMAKER OFFERED SPECIAL SAVINGS DURING KIRKLAND DOLLAR DAYS 1
April 20, 1961 THE FBI SPEAKS ON FEARS (EDITORIAL) 2
April 20, 1961 DOES YOUR ZONING MEAN ANYTHING? INVESTIGATION INDICATES IT MAY NO 1
April 20, 1961 THE FBI SPEAKS ON FEARS 2
April 20, 1961 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LIBRARIES INCREASE BOOK AVAILABILITY 7
April 20, 1961 FORMULA FOR SUCCESS OF LAKE WASHINGTON ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM 12
April 20, 1961 HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS TRAIN AS TEACHERS 6
April 20, 1961 HOME SOUGHT FOR FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT HERE 1
April 20, 1961 PARENTS UNWILLING TO BACK SCHOOL BOUNDARY CHANGES 1
April 20, 1961 SCHOOL BOARD ADOPTS MODIFIED PE POLICY 1
April 20, 1961 DISTRICT CHAMPIONS SWEET ADELINES (DAVIDSON, CAPPI/THOMPSON, ZOE) 1
April 20, 1961 COLORFUL PRIMROSE SHOW OPENS IN KIRKLAND FRIDAY FOR THREE DAYS 1
April 20, 1961 DANGER SEEN IN CITY STREET FUND WINDFALL 2
April 20, 1961 JOHNSON SAYS CITY SHOULD BAIL OUT PARKS 11
April 20, 1961 KIRKLAND BILLBOARD POPULATION DISCUSSED 1
April 20, 1961 SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE PRESENTED 1
April 20, 1961 POST OFFICE CHANGEOVER EFFECTIVE 3
April 20, 1961 REYNOLDS FILES APPEAL NOTICE 11
April 20, 1961 POST OFFICE CHANGEOVER EFFECTIVE 3
April 20, 1961 SPRING SPORTS SCHEDULE FOR SCHOOLS AND LITTLE LEAGUE 10
April 20, 1961 JOHSON SAYS CITY SHOULD BAIL OUT PARKS 11
April 20, 1961 LAKE BRIDGE MAY BRING KIRKLAND DOCK 11
April 20, 1961 LAKE BRIDGE MAY BRING KIRKLAND DOCK 11
April 20, 1961 CITY PROPOSES COUNTER OFFER TO METRO FOR SEWER PLANT HERE 11
April 20, 1961 THEY PULLED THE SWITCH (PHOTO OF ROSE HILL POWER SUBSTATION) 7
April 20, 1961 KAREN ELDUEN, DALE B BORGFORD 8
April 27, 1961 CASCADE HOMES - GRAND OPENING 7
April 27, 1961 STAFFERS AT H & N FARMS NAMED AS VICE PRESIDENTS 12
April 27, 1961 LW JUNIOR TO VISIT SWITZERLAND (FALKNER, PAM) 1
April 27, 1961 WOMEN VOTERS WORKER CO-AUTHORS METRO BOOK (BAKKE, MRS JOHN) 1
April 27, 1961 VALUATION GROWTH TOPS AREA 1
April 27, 1961 GAS STATION PERMIT PAVES WAY FOR CENTER (HOUGHTON SHOPPING CTR) 1
April 27, 1961 PIE EXPERT TO MANAGE DRIVE-IN (STRUBE, THELMA) 5
April 27, 1961 CHAMBER MEMBER CALLS FOR BOLD CENTER PLAN 2
April 27, 1961 FIRE SAFETY WINNERS (PHOTO) 10
April 27, 1961 CAMELOT PARK APPEAL SLATED 7
April 27, 1961 COORDINATED COUNCIL MAY BE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL PROJECT 10
April 27, 1961 ROSE HAVEN PLAT OK'D 2
April 27, 1961 TAXES COULD HELP SPEED GROWTH HERE 3
April 27, 1961 VALUATION GROWTH TOPS AREA 1
April 27, 1961 KIRKLAND'S 'SPACE NEEDLE' 1
April 27, 1961 HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL 4
April 27, 1961 SCHOOL BOARD FACES SALARY DILEMMA 1
April 27, 1961 JUDITH KOUTONEN, SAMUEL WINES 8
April 27, 1961 LARGE CROWDS ATTEND (PRIMROSE) SHOW, WINNERS HAPPY 5
April 27, 1961 QUEEN SOUGHT BY EAGLES 1
April 27, 1961 CITY DADS KNUCKLE UNDER TO UNCLE SAM (POST OFFICE LOCATION) 10
April 27, 1961 COMMERCIAL PARKING RULE WAIVED BY COMMISSION 3
April 27, 1961 CONTROL OF CHANGE SOUGHT BY PLANNING GROUPS HERE 1
April 27, 1961 SWIM POOL FENCE ORDINANCE SENT TO COUNCIL 10
April 27, 1961 VAUX SAYS: KIRKLAND ZONING VALID 1
April 27, 1961 CENSUS REVEALS 2645 POPULATION FOR HOUGHTON 1
April 27, 1961 GAS STATION PERMIT PAVES WAY FOR CENTER (HOUGHTON SHOPPING CTR) 1
April 27, 1961 COMMISSION ADOPTS NEW POLICE RULES 3
April 27, 1961 THIEF TAKES 3 CHAIN SAWS 3
April 27, 1961 WOMAN WAVES KNIFE AT KIRKLAND NURSES 1
April 27, 1961 NEW CLINIC MAY START IN JUNE (LAKE SHORE CLINIC) 3
April 27, 1961 LENTZ, EDWARD 5
April 27, 1961 LUNDVATTER, JOHN G 9
April 27, 1961 MEYERS, EDWARD A 10
April 27, 1961 ROOD, MOLLIE 10
April 27, 1961 TIMMONS, GOLIDE ELLEN 5
April 27, 1961 NORTH LAKES DISTRICT ORGANIZED TO MEET SCOUTING GROWTH IN AREA 1
April 27, 1961 QUEEN SOUGHT BY EAGLES 1
April 27, 1961 CITY DADS KNUCKLE UNDER TO UNCLE SAM (POST OFFICE LOCATION) 10
April 27, 1961 LITTLE LEAGUERS OPEN SEASON, KIRKLAND, REDMOND ROSTERS TOLD 6
April 27, 1961 PLAYERS AND STANDINGS ANNOUNCED FOR BRIDGE PLAY 2
April 27, 1961 SWIM POOL FENCE ORDINANCE SENT TO COUNCIL 10
April 27, 1961 CAMELOT PARK APPEAL SLATED 7
April 27, 1961 CENSUS REVEALS 2645 POPULATION FOR HOUGHTON 1
April 27, 1961 COMMISSION APPROVES PRELIMINARY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR ARTERIALS 1
April 27, 1961 FEDERAL AID POSSIBLE FOR AREA HIGHWAYS 3
April 27, 1961 ELIZABETH MOSER, RICHARD HAGER 8
May 4, 1961 CO-WORKERS HONOR 25 YEARS (SUTHERLAND, DOROTHY) 8
May 4, 1961 PIONEER RESIDENT CELEBRATES 50 YEARS AND LANDOWNER (KEAN, HARRY) 1
May 4, 1961 CIVIC CENTER APPRAISAL $275,000 1
May 4, 1961 HOME SALES TO RENTERS PICKS UP HERE 6
May 4, 1961 JUANITA'S BUSINESS AREA EXPANDED 1
May 4, 1961 LAKEVIEW IGA CHANGES OWNERS 6
May 4, 1961 STEADY ADVERTISING AND REFERRALS BUILD BUSINESS 1
May 4, 1961 CITIZEN'S COUNCIL DENIES LINK WITH NEW PE REPORT 1
May 4, 1961 HIGH SCHOOL MATH-SCIENCE WINNERS HONORED 6
May 4, 1961 SCHOOL DIRECTORS OFFERED MAJOR TEACHER SALARY BOOST IN BUDGET 1
May 4, 1961 SEVEN 'A' STUDENTS HEAD JUNIOR HIGH HONOR ROLL 7
May 4, 1961 TUTTLE NAMED COUNTY GROUP PRESIDENT 1
May 4, 1961 FESTIVAL, HYDRO RACE DISCUSSED 1
May 4, 1961 ANTI-BILLBOARD RULE PRESENTED TO COUNCIL 1
May 4, 1961 DOG CATCHING PLAN SHOWN 2
May 4, 1961 PIONEER RESIDENT CELEBRATES 50 YEARS AND LANDOWNER (KEAN, HARRY) 1
May 4, 1961 JUANITA'S BUSINESS AREA EXPANDED 1
May 4, 1961 SEARCH ON FOR LIFEGUARDS TO OPEN KIRKLAND'S BEACH SEASON 5
May 4, 1961 ENGINEER JAILED ON TRAFFIC CHARGE (MAITHER, BRIAN) 2
May 4, 1961 POLICE APPEAL SET JULY 10 1
May 4, 1961 ROSIN, FRANK A 2
May 4, 1961 TURNER, MRS JESSE E 10
May 4, 1961 JOURNAL HONORED (LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT) 2
May 4, 1961 SEARCH ON FOR LIFEGUARDS TO OPEN KIRKLAND'S BEACH SEASON 5
May 4, 1961 FIVE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH CHOIRS TO APPEAR IN SPRING FESTIVAL 7
May 4, 1961 KIRKLAND OKS METRO CONTRACT 1
May 4, 1961 OVERLOAD BURNS PUGET POWER WIRES 2
May 4, 1961 DIANE STENTZ, JAMES REEVES 8
May 11, 1961 SHOP IN KIRKLAND (PHOTOS) 6
May 11, 1961 FAMILY OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY OF MR AND MRS THOMAS ENEY 8
May 11, 1961 GEORGE LORDS TO MARK 50TH ANNIVERSARY 8
May 11, 1961 LOCAL ATTORNEY NAMED TO HIGH CHURCH POSITION (JOHNSON, CHARLES W) 6
May 11, 1961 NEWCOMER HERE RETURNS FROM SOUTH PACIFIC (CRAIG, J KEITH) 3
May 11, 1961 RETIRED ACCOUNTANT COUNTS FRIENDS FROM WIDE AREA (KENFIELD, W) 12
May 11, 1961 WIFE OF NEWEST KIRKLAND PASTOR ... (PARROTT, LORA LEE) 1
May 11, 1961 YOUNGSTERS TO ATTEND BICYCLE SAFETY CHECK HERE 9
May 11, 1961 DESIGNERS OF KIRKLAND'S FUTURE MEET CHALLENGE OF CHANGE IN PLANNING 1
May 11, 1961 ASTRONAUT-MINDED STUDENTS AT CENTRAL VIEW SPACEMAN 2
May 11, 1961 NEW CITIZEN'S COUNCIL HEAD OUTLINES CHIEF GOALS FOR YEAR 1
May 11, 1961 PARENTS SEEK MEANINGFUL SUMMER SCHOOL CLASSES 2
May 11, 1961 SCHOOL DIRECTORS OK 10% TEACHER SALARY HIKES 1
May 11, 1961 SCHOOL TELLS ADMINISTRATIVE REASSIGNMENTS 1
May 11, 1961 THE SCHOOLS REPORT TO YOU (SUPPLEMENT TO PAPER) 13
May 11, 1961 SHARON LEE ASHFORD, HENRY (HERB) CHEVALIER 7
May 11, 1961 PLAN GROUP TALKS OF STOP TO BLIGHT 2
May 11, 1961 20% MORE BOATS FORECAST FOR 2ND KIRKLAND KUP 1
May 11, 1961 PARENTS KEEP SENIOR PARTY PLANS SECRET UNTIL BIG NIGHT 12
May 11, 1961 TOWN VETOES FIREWORKS THIS YEAR 1
May 11, 1961 "YOU CAN HAVE THE LAND ---" HOUGHTON RESIDENT SAYS (TODD, CLARA) 1
May 11, 1961 BERNARD, LOLA DOROTHY 6
May 11, 1961 WILSON, AXEL 2
May 11, 1961 20% MORE BOATS FORECAST FOR 2ND KIRKLAND KUP 1
May 11, 1961 YOUNGSTERS TO ATTEND BICYCLE SAFETY CHECK HERE 9
May 11, 1961 20% MORE BOATS FORECAST FOR 2ND KIRKLAND KUP 1
May 11, 1961 ROADS GROUP OPPOSES COVER FOR FREEWAY 1
May 11, 1961 NANCY JEAN BROWNELL, DELMAR ALLEN MONTZ 8
May 11, 1961 PAT MCCORMICK, ROY RONNING 7
May 18, 1961 STUDENTS COMPETE IN ART SHOW AT CELLAR GALLERY 8
May 18, 1961 DIANE CARLSON HONORED QUEEN 12
May 18, 1961 JEWELER MARKS 13 BUSINESS YEARS IN CITY (WAGONER, THAINE) 3
May 18, 1961 RADIO TOWER PROPOSED FOR KIRKLAND WATERSHED 1
May 18, 1961 BOARD MOVES TO EXPAND LAKEVIEW SCHOOL BUILDING 10
May 18, 1961 GATEWAYS DONATED TO COLLEGE (NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE) 2
May 18, 1961 JEWELER MARKS 13 BUSINESS YEARS IN CITY (WAGONER, THAINE) 3
May 18, 1961 MACDOUGALL'S TO HOUSE OFFICE 9
May 18, 1961 BROKEN MAIN FLOODS BRISKY'S 1
May 18, 1961 PARKING DISCUSSED BY CHAMBER 1
May 18, 1961 CAMELOT PARK REVISION TO BE HEARD MAY 23 1
May 18, 1961 GRISWOLD ELECTED STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT AT LW 1
May 18, 1961 IMPROVED INSTRUCTION SEEN FROM NEW PLAN 10
May 18, 1961 SCHOOLS BID FOR NEW STATE SANCTIONS 1
May 18, 1961 ANDREA GAIL BURNARD, ROBERT PAUL DELANEY 8
May 18, 1961 JANICE LYNNE ORDAL, NORMAN GILLMORE 8
May 18, 1961 KAY VEE HANSEN, DONALD E DICKEY 8
May 18, 1961 MARYLIN STOKKE, BOB J ROSSIE 8
May 18, 1961 COMMUNITY TALENT TO PRESENT JUANITA PLAYER'S SHOW 12
May 18, 1961 LONE DEER VISITS CITY 1
May 18, 1961 MEMORIAL SERVICES SLATED MAY 30 BY LEGION, VFW 1
May 18, 1961 DOG CATCHING STARTS HERE 2
May 18, 1961 RADIO TOWER PROPOSED FOR KIRKLAND WATERSHED 1
May 18, 1961 LIVIE, FRANK 2
May 18, 1961 STERN, CARL 12
May 18, 1961 NAZARENE PASTOR TO HEAD EDUCATION PROJECT 2
May 18, 1961 UNITARIAN PASTOR TO CONDUCT SERVICE OF NEW FELLOWSHIP 9
May 18, 1961 CITY TO PUT STOP SIGNS ALONG THIRD 1
May 18, 1961 NATIONAL HIGHWAY WEEK TO BE OBSERVED 1
May 18, 1961 PARKING DISCUSSED BY CHAMBER 1
May 18, 1961 PROPOSED ARTERIALS FOR KIRKLAND (MAP) 2
May 18, 1961 BROKEN MAIN FLOODS BRISKY'S 1
May 18, 1961 MEMORIAL SERVICES SLATED MAY 30 BY LEGION, VFW 1
May 25, 1961 FAMILY TO HONOR DEVERES ON ANNIVERSARY 8
May 25, 1961 KIRKLAND MED STUDENT EARNS UW THESIS AWARD (LOTTSFELDT, FREDRIK) 6
May 25, 1961 LADY WITH AN ORCHID HONORED AS VOLUNTEER (MCKENNA, MRS H) 8
May 25, 1961 VISITORS FIND HAWAII EXPENSIVE BUT PLEASANT (MORGAN, CHARLES O) 2
May 25, 1961 RESIDENTS SEEK TO RETAIN ACRE ZONING NEAR STATE PARK 1
May 25, 1961 RESIDENTS SEEK TO RETAIN ACRE ZONING NEAR STATE PARK 1
May 25, 1961 DRAINAGE AT COUNTY DUMP RECOMMENDED BEFORE FALL 1
May 25, 1961 LARGEST ENTRY TO DATE SLATED FOR JUNE 2-4 SHOW (FLYING HORSESHOE) 9
May 25, 1961 GEORGE GILLILAND RESIGNS AS HOUGHTON'S TOWN CLERK 1
May 25, 1961 GAS STATION PERMIT DELAY FOR SHIPYARD 1
May 25, 1961 LEGION AUXILIARY HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT LOANED 1681 DAYS 9
May 25, 1961 EYE WITNESS ON CARRIER REPORTS ON PACIFIC FLEET (MORGAN, CHARLES) 1
May 25, 1961 HARRIS, MURIEL 9
May 25, 1961 HOLMBERG, ANDERS GUSTAF 2
May 25, 1961 NEIGHBOR, EMERSON R 1
May 25, 1961 REDISTRICTING TO BENEFIT EAST SIDE 1
May 25, 1961 POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT INVITES BIDS 1
May 25, 1961 DENTIST, TRUCK DRIVER, POSTMAN AMONG POSSIBLE K-KUP RACERS 1
May 25, 1961 KANGS EARN TENNIS TITLE (WEBER, RUSS/JACOBSEN, JOE/FARR, GRANT) 4
May 25, 1961 MRS MYNAR HITS HOLE IN ONE HERE 5
May 25, 1961 OWEN JONES DAY ANNOUNCED FOR BABE RUTH OPENER, MAY 27 4
May 25, 1961 PANTHERS WIN KINGCO DIAMOND TITLE 6
May 25, 1961 AREA BAHA'IS HONOR FOUNDER AT OBSERVANCE 12
May 25, 1961 COUNTY ROAD WORK ON 68TH QUESTIONED 1
May 25, 1961 DRAINAGE AT COUNTY DUMP RECOMMENDED BEFORE FALL 1
May 25, 1961 CAROLYN RAMSEY MCENTIRE, CARROLL THOMAS PIERCE 8
June 1, 1961 LAKEVIEW IGA - GRAND OPENING 7-Jun
June 1, 1961 H P (DICK) EVEREST NAMED MARITIME MAN OF THE YEAR 1
June 1, 1961 MISS DONNA HJORTH WINS MUSIC FESTIVAL SCHOLARSHIP 8
June 1, 1961 P G PHILLIPS TO ATTEND UW ON GRANT 9
June 1, 1961 BRIDLE TRAILS TUG 'O WAR MAY BE DELAYED BY COUNTY REPORT 2
June 1, 1961 JEWELER OPENS NEW BOTHELL STORE (O'NEIL, C V) 11
June 1, 1961 NORMAL CHILD SHOULD BE REMEMBERED 1
June 1, 1961 290 SENIORS TO RECEIVE DIPLOMAS AT COMMENCEMENT 1
June 1, 1961 CONGRATULATIONS '61 GRADUATES (PHOTO) 10
June 1, 1961 NORMAL CHILD SHOULD BE REMEMBERED 1
June 1, 1961 PROJECT TALENT SEEKS 275 LWHS GRADUATES 1
June 1, 1961 SCHOOL ANNUAL DEDICATED TO ESTHER SMITH 8
June 1, 1961 SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS DISPLAYED FOR WEEK 2
June 1, 1961 SENIORS READY FOR GRAND FINALE AND LEAVETAKING (SENIOR LIST) 10
June 1, 1961 PARK SUGGESTED FOR JUANITA SLOUGH AREA 2
June 1, 1961 ALBERT, GEORGE 11
June 1, 1961 DAHL, ADOLPH N 10
June 1, 1961 ENTRICAN, WILLIAM 2
June 1, 1961 SIMPSON, O E 8
June 1, 1961 NEWEST JOURNAL COLUMNIST TO COMBINE WORDS, PEOPLE 1
June 1, 1961 PARK SUGGESTED FOR JUANITA SLOUGH AREA 2
June 1, 1961 BAPTIST GREETER LAUDED HERE FOR CHEERFULNESS (BENJAMIN, WILLIAM) 1
June 1, 1961 BILLY GRAHAM FILM SHOWING ANNOUNCED 9
June 1, 1961 PONTOON PARKING LOT ELUDES BRIDGE BUILDER 1
June 1, 1961 REVERSIBLE LANING EXTENSION JOB LET 1
June 8, 1961 KIRKLAND HOUSEWIVES DISPLAY PAINTINGS IN LAKE HILLS 9
June 8, 1961 HOUGHTON READER AGAIN MEETS ANNUAL CHALLENGE ... (SMITH, F H) 2
June 8, 1961 KIRKLAND EMPLOYEE OF PUGET MOVES UP (MAKOVITCH, JOHN) 2
June 8, 1961 $1,5 MILLION PLAN FOR CIVIC CENTER TOLD 1
June 8, 1961 FIREHALL COMPLETION SET BACK AGAIN 1
June 8, 1961 KIRKLAND FIREMEN HAVE PRIVACY IN NEW FIREHALL 1
June 8, 1961 GAS EXPLOSION BURNS COUPLE (HUNICH, PAUL)_ 14
June 8, 1961 SPEED UP SOUGHT FOR REZONING 1
June 8, 1961 '61 GRADUATES TREATED TO FESTIVE ALL-NIGHT PARTY BY PARENTS 1
June 8, 1961 CLASS OF '61 (PHOTO OF NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE GRADS) 10
June 8, 1961 HOLY FAMILY GRADUATES (PHOTO) 10
June 8, 1961 IN BIOLOGY: HIGH SCHOOL PLANS TEAM TEACHING NEXT FALL 11
June 8, 1961 NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE TO GRADUATE 35 STUDENTS 10
June 8, 1961 SCHOOL CALENDAR CHANGED 1
June 8, 1961 SUPERINTENDENT'S AWARD GIVEN TO 10 GRADUATES 1
June 8, 1961 UNCERTAINTY STILL IN SCHOOL BUDGET 10
June 8, 1961 BARBARA BERGEVIN, GARY BERGERON 8
June 8, 1961 DIXIE LEE TOOMAN, ARNOLD SIEVERS 9
June 8, 1961 PATRICIA HERSCHLER, BENNIE GLENN BROWN 8
June 8, 1961 FIREHALL COMPLETION SET BACK AGAIN 1
June 8, 1961 KIRKLAND FIREMEN HAVE PRIVACY IN NEW FIREHALL 1
June 8, 1961 4000 ACRES OF ROSE HILL INCLUDED IN COUNTY'S STUDY 11
June 8, 1961 TOM BASS RESIGNS AS HOUGHTON MAYOR TO ACCEPT NEW JOB WITH BOEING 1
June 8, 1961 CHILDREN'S SUMMER READING PROGRAM SLATED AT LIBRARIES 11
June 8, 1961 BERG, ANNA 2
June 8, 1961 HVALSON, JEAN KAY 2
June 8, 1961 OLSEN, ARNE 2
June 8, 1961 JOURNAL TO PARTICIPATE IN STATEWIDE SURVEY 1
June 8, 1961 ABBREVIATED BUZZ BUGGIES DEMAND ATTENTION OF HYDRO FANS 5
June 8, 1961 4000 ACRES OF ROSE HILL INCLUDED IN COUNTY'S STUDY 11
June 8, 1961 WATER MAIN EXTENSION PROPOSED FOR ROSE HILL 1
June 8, 1961 CITATIONS, NOT WARNINGS SET FOR WATER SPEEDSTERS 11
June 8, 1961 MERGER WOULD AID INDUSTRIAL GROWTH HERE, RAILROADMAN SAYS 1
June 8, 1961 JUANITA WAY CHANGE SET AT KENMORE 10
June 8, 1961 NEW BRIDGE PLAN MAY MEAN REMOVAL OF TOLLS SOONER 1
June 8, 1961 PARKING METER REMOVAL TO BE STUDIED FOR KIRKLAND 1
June 8, 1961 QUARTER MILLION SLATED FOR KIRKLAND ACCESSES 1
June 8, 1961 THIRD ST STOP SIGNS APPROVED 1
June 8, 1961 LOCAL FIRM'S BID ACCEPTED FOR GARBAGE 11
June 8, 1961 NEW GAS LINES TO SERVICE YARROW 2
June 8, 1961 WATER MAIN EXTENSION PROPOSED FOR ROSE HILL 1
June 8, 1961 MRS JACK C GARETSON, DONALD S WALLACE 8
June 15, 1961 SHOP IN KIRKLAND (PHOTOS) 6
June 15, 1961 KIRKLAND COUPLE TO OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY (WAGNER, M S) 8
June 15, 1961 CHILDREN SAD AT LADDIE'S DISAPPEARANCE (NOLLET) 1
June 15, 1961 MRS BIRNBAUM HONORED ON 90TH BIRTHDAY 8
June 15, 1961 OIL COMPANY MAN MOVING TO KIRKLAND (LINDQUIST, R O) 2
June 15, 1961 TEENAGER WINS VACATION TO BIRCH BAY (NEILSEN, RUTH) 3
June 15, 1961 MORE THAN 300 RIDERS ENTERED IN FREE SHOW AT BRIDLE TRAILS 5
June 15, 1961 HOUGHTON COUNCIL STAYS ACTION ON ELVES' BUILDING VARIANCE 1
June 15, 1961 LOCATION OF JUNIOR COLLEGE TO BE DISCUSSED HERE 1
June 15, 1961 STATE OKS $ MILLION BUILDING PROGRAM FOR LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOLS 1
June 15, 1961 OWNER HAS 30 DAYS FOR IMPROVEMENTS (PIERCE, WILBUR) 3
June 15, 1961 LUX SELLS ENGINEERING FIRM HERE 1
June 15, 1961 NEW AMERICA BEING CREATED ON EAST SIDE 1
June 15, 1961 SAMI, FRED STUBNER 8
June 15, 1961 JAYCEES TAKE ON FLOAT WITH TWO WEEKS TO GO 1
June 15, 1961 ONE WILL BE QUEEN (PHOTO OF STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL HOPEFULS) 1
June 15, 1961 COMMUNITY PAYS TRIBUTE TO OLDTIMERS 2
June 15, 1961 HOUGHTON COUNCIL STAYS ACTION ON ELVES' BUILDING VARIANCE 1
June 15, 1961 HOUGHTON SEEKS CHANGE FOR POINTS DRIVE ROAD 2
June 15, 1961 SECOND PUBLIC HEARING CALLED FOR SHIPYARDS SERVICE STATION 2
June 15, 1961 REWARD SET FOR RABBIT KILLING DOG 1
June 15, 1961 HANCOCK, JOHN 2
June 15, 1961 SCOUTING AWARDS RECEIVED AT EXPLORERS' HONOR COURT 2
June 15, 1961 JAYCEES TAKE ON FLOAT WITH TWO WEEKS TO GO 1
June 15, 1961 QUESTIONNAIRES OUT TODAY TO 100 JOURNAL READERS 1
June 15, 1961 RAW COURAGE, COLD STRATEGY, MARK 266 CU. IN. HYDROS IN K-KUP 4
June 15, 1961 COMMUNITY PAYS TRIBUTE TO OLDTIMERS 2
June 15, 1961 BUILDINGS MAY GOVERN BRIDGE ROUTE 9
June 15, 1961 HOUGHTON SEEKS CHANGE FOR POINTS DRIVE ROAD 2
June 15, 1961 METERS DUE FOR CHAMBER, CITY STUDY 1
June 15, 1961 MAP OF PLANNED WATER MAINS 5
June 15, 1961 SALLY SUE HELLIWELL, RICHARD ST CROIX REDMAN 8
June 22, 1961 OWNERS SEEK QUICKIE PLANS ACTION THURS. 6
June 22, 1961 FIRE DAMAGES LAKEVIEW IGA STORAGE SHED 1
June 22, 1961 GIVENS SAYS PLANT SITES MUST BE SAVED 1
June 22, 1961 FIREMEN STAND PAT ON GLASS 6
June 22, 1961 VARIANCE GRANTED DEWITT FOR DUPLEX 12
June 22, 1961 MARINA DEVELOPERS TO ASK REZONING FOR SERVICE STATION 1
June 22, 1961 BUILDING PERMIT SPEED UP STUDY ORDERED MONDAY 2
June 22, 1961 GIVENS SAYS PLANT SITES MUST BE SAVED 1
June 22, 1961 GROWTH TEMPO PICKING UP IN KIRKLAND 1
June 22, 1961 KIRKLAND AREA REZONES BEFORE COUNTY PLANNERS 12
June 22, 1961 MARINA DEVELOPERS TO ASK REZONING FOR SERVICE STATION 1
June 22, 1961 PRO AND CON CAMELOT BATTLEGROUND OUTLINED 1
June 22, 1961 YARROW DEVELOPMENT STARTS, STOPS AT LACK OF PERMIT 6
June 22, 1961 BOARD SEEKS HIGH SCHOOL PLANNING OK 1
June 22, 1961 LWHS TAKES RARE DISTINCTION (MYNAR & LAMBERT TO AIR FORCE ACADEMY 6
June 22, 1961 SENIORS RECEIVE HIGH PRAISE FOR PARTY BEHAVIOR 12
June 22, 1961 THREE 'A' STUDENTS NAMED ON JUNIOR HIGH HONOR ROLL 9
June 22, 1961 CHIPPER CHIPMUNKS JOIN HOUSEHOLD OF FAMILY (MILLER) 10
June 22, 1961 PUTPUTS ANNOY CHURCHGOERS 1
June 22, 1961 COLORFUL PROGRAM PLANNED FOR STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 1
June 22, 1961 FIRE DAMAGES LAKEVIEW IGA STORAGE SHED 1
June 22, 1961 FIREMEN STAND PAT ON GLASS 6
June 22, 1961 BOOKWALTER RESIGNS FROM CITY COUNCIL 3
June 22, 1961 CLARK FORESEES UNVEILING OF COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 1
June 22, 1961 COUNCIL OKS NEW GARBAGE PAYMENT PLAN 2
June 22, 1961 WATER MAIN BREAK NETS CITY SAVING 3
June 22, 1961 FOUR POLIO CLINICS ANNOUNCED 12
June 22, 1961 BASS SIGNS RESIGNATION AS MAYOR 1
June 22, 1961 GIVENS SAYS PLANT SITES MUST BE SAVED 1
June 22, 1961 KITSAPIAN NAMED NEW POLICE CHIEF (DOSS, HAROLD "HAL") 1
June 22, 1961 UNLICENSED DOGS TO BE PICKED UP 5
June 22, 1961 ANDERSON, IDA 8
June 22, 1961 BEHMKE, JOHN H 8
June 22, 1961 BENGSTON, CLAES 10
June 22, 1961 RODE, JOHN 9
June 22, 1961 SURRATT, MARY ANN 2
June 22, 1961 WHITMAN, W ROY 3
June 22, 1961 EAST SIDE GARDEN CLUB IS STATE HIGH POINT WINNER 10
June 22, 1961 RUPLE NAMED LION PRESIDENT 2
June 22, 1961 HYDROS SLATED TO CHURN LAKE WASHINGTON HERE 10 AM SATURDAY 1
June 22, 1961 KIRKLAND KUP MAY BRING OUT HOTTEST RACERS IN BIG BOAT CLASSES 4
June 22, 1961 METHODIST MINISTER (KING, JONATHAN) 10
June 22, 1961 KIRKLAND, HOUGHTON, REDMOND POPULATION INCREASED IN 1961 3
June 22, 1961 NO PARKING SIGNS TO COME DOWN HERE 6
June 22, 1961 PARKING RULES TOLD FOR LAKE ST SOUTH 2
June 22, 1961 PETITIONERS SEEK STOP SIGN ON 4TH 9
June 22, 1961 COUNCIL OKS NEW GARBAGE PAYMENT PLAN 2
June 22, 1961 METRO TRUNK CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN SOON 2
June 22, 1961 PHOTOS OF WATER MAIN BREAK 6
June 22, 1961 BARBARA MABRY, OWEN W HARVEY 9
June 22, 1961 BETH DEE HARRELL, REGINALD COURT 8
June 22, 1961 DARLENE JOAN SHELDON, BILL RANDALL WHITNEY 7
June 22, 1961 JUDY CHARLESON, ELMER PALMER 8
June 22, 1961 MAXINE NORDRUM, LEONARD LARSON 8
June 22, 1961 SHARON MARTIN, STANLEY S SORENSON 7
June 29, 1961 BUILDER FACES PROBLEM OF PROVIDING DUCK'S NEST (VAUX, JIM) 1
June 29, 1961 THE FACE OF THE FUTURE THROUGH THE EYES OF EXPERIENCE (ALLEN, ART 1
June 29, 1961 $400,000 SLATED FOR OVERLAKE PARK 2
June 29, 1961 KIRKLAND KUP RACER EXPLODES (ELIAS, DON) 1
June 29, 1961 TEACHER TAKES TRAINING FOR VISUALLY HANDICAPPED (HABERZETLE) 7
June 29, 1961 CAROL M JOHNSON, BERNARD L MILLER 8
June 29, 1961 BUCK KILLED AT CROSSING 3
June 29, 1961 HOUGHTON DEER PATROL SWIMS AGAIN (PHOTOS OF DEER RESCUE FROM LAKE 6
June 29, 1961 WHERE'D IT GO? (PHOTO OF BLACKBERRIES OVERTAKING SIDEWALK) 2
June 29, 1961 MISS KIRKLAND TO BE CHOSEN HERE JULY 8 3
June 29, 1961 NEW COMPETITIONS SET FOR HORSE SHOW HERE 4
June 29, 1961 HOUGHTON DEER PATROL SWIMS AGAIN (PHOTOS OF DEER RESCUE FROM LAKE 6
June 29, 1961 JOHSON (BRUCE W) NAMED HOUGHTON MAYOR 1
June 29, 1961 MAYOR TOLD OF BOARD VACANCIES 1
June 29, 1961 VIETNAMESE VISIT HOUGHTON (TO STUDY JUVENILE LAW ENFORCEMENT) 2
June 29, 1961 LOCAL RESEARCH CAN HELP ATTRACT INDUSTRY 3
June 29, 1961 THREE POSSIBILITIES SEEN IN KIRKLAND POLICE APPEAL 2
June 29, 1961 LAVIER, CHARLES 3
June 29, 1961 WEIR, MORTON 10
June 29, 1961 CAMP FIRE DAY AT HANS JENSEN PARK ATTRACTS OVER 300 GIRLS 10
June 29, 1961 KIRKLAND POST OFFICE BIDS SENT TO WASHINGTON 2
June 29, 1961 KIRKLAND KUP RACER EXPLODES (ELIAS, DON) 1
June 29, 1961 KUP DRIVERS ERASE BLOT ON HYDROPLANING (PHOTOS) 5
June 29, 1961 KIRKLAND BOAT RAMPS RATES TOPS IN AREA 6
June 29, 1961 CITY MIGHT YANK PARKING METERS 1
June 29, 1961 EVERGREEN BRIDGE PONTOONS FLOATED 2
June 29, 1961 STUDY BEGINS ON KIRKLAND-FACTORIA LINK TO DISCOVER TRAFFIC PATTER 6
June 29, 1961 GAIL LEERIGHT, VICTOR FERGUSON 8
June 29, 1961 MARILYN STOKKE, BOB J ROSS 8
July 6, 1961 G LAMPAERT TAKES NEW JOB WITH BANK 3
July 6, 1961 BUSINESS DAY STARTS WITH MUSIC FOR FIDDLERS (SMETANA / SANDERSON) 1
July 6, 1961 MISS IVA HOUSNER TO FLY EUROPE FOR FIRST TIME 8
July 6, 1961 NAVY OFFICER HUNTS STORMS OFF FLORIDA (GUTZLER, RALPH P) 3
July 6, 1961 ROSE HILL FORESTER WATCHES COSTS ... (COWAN, CHARLES S) 2
July 6, 1961 SIGHTS AND SOUNDINGS (MCKIBBEN, DR E C SR) 2
July 6, 1961 WEDLOCK INCORPORATED (WHEADON, JACK & ERNESTINE) 9
July 6, 1961 SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST SCHOOL ON FORMER STEWART HEIGHTS SITE 9
July 6, 1961 CAMELOT STALLED BY LACK OF PUBLIC ACCESS TO STUDY 1
July 6, 1961 WEDLOCK INCORPORATED (WHEADON, JACK & ERNESTINE) 9
July 6, 1961 UGN ORGANIZED (PHOTO) 10
July 6, 1961 WEIGHING IN / NIX ON THAT (PHOTOS OF WELL BABY CLINIC) 10
July 6, 1961 CAMELOT STALLED BY LACK OF PUBLIC ACCESS TO STUDY 1
July 6, 1961 HUGE REDMOND ANNEXATION PROPOSED 1
July 6, 1961 NEED FOR TWO EAST SIDE COLLEGES MAY BE TOLD 1
July 6, 1961 STEWART SCHOOL UNIQUE IN OFFERING REHABILITATION 7
July 6, 1961 MISS KIRKLAND (PHOTOS OF ENTRANTS) 1
July 6, 1961 WEIGHING IN / NIX ON THAT (PHOTOS OF WELL BABY CLINIC) 10
July 6, 1961 NEW CHIEF THANKS TOWN FOR QUIET 4TH 2
July 6, 1961 HOUGHTON LAWSUIT FILED 1
July 6, 1961 ROUTING OF THROUGH-TRUCK TRAFFIC TO BYPASS HOUGHTON ADVISED 1
July 6, 1961 HOUGHTON LAWSUIT FILED 1
July 6, 1961 NEW CHIEF THANKS TOWN FOR QUIET 4TH 2
July 6, 1961 YOUNG ADULTS PROFIT FROM YMCA 7
July 6, 1961 COMMITTEE OKS 1962 KIRKLAND KUP 1
July 6, 1961 BRIDGE PLANS DROP RAMPS 9
July 6, 1961 GRAND CANYON (PHOTO OF POINTS DRIVE) 6
July 6, 1961 ROUTING OF THROUGH-TRUCK TRAFFIC TO BYPASS HOUGHTON ADVISED 1
July 6, 1961 BARBARA MABRY, OWEN HARVEY 8
July 6, 1961 NORMA JEAN PARISH, JACK WILLIAM DECKER 7
July 6, 1961 RUTH HARNISH, TED L BRADSHAW 8
July 13, 1961 SHOP IN KIRKLAND (PHOTOS) 10
July 13, 1961 CITY APPROVES STUDY FOR ART COMMISSION 1
July 13, 1961 ITALIAN EVE PLANNED FOR CELLAR GALLERY 2
July 13, 1961 DAUGHTER TREATS FAMILY TO BIRCH BAY VACATION (NEILSEN, RUTH) 14
July 13, 1961 H & N EMPLOYEE APPOINTED TO GERMANY (RAYMOND, RICHARD) 14
July 13, 1961 HOWIE FAMILY REUNION HELD HERE SATURDAY 9
July 13, 1961 KOREAN GIRL CELEBRATES CITIZENSHIP AND BIRTHDAY (BROWN, DENENE) 7
July 13, 1961 SUBSCRIBER WRITES HUMOROUSLY OF LIFE IN CALIFORNIA (SMITH, FRED H 14
July 13, 1961 BRIDLE TRAIL APPRAISAL RUMOR KILLED 3
July 13, 1961 PARK STUDY UNVEILING SET 1
July 13, 1961 MORE BUSINESS SPACE RESULTS FROM MOVE TO COMMERCIAL (MCLEOD'S) 11
July 13, 1961 SIXTEEN ACRES OF ROOF COST 2
July 13, 1961 CENTER DEVELOPMENT CLOSER 1
July 13, 1961 GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY HELD BY METHODISTS 7
July 13, 1961 MORE BUSINESS SPACE RESULTS FROM MOVE TO COMMERCIAL (MCLEOD'S) 11
July 13, 1961 LITTLE LEAGUE -- THE CHEWING GUM CIRCUIT (PHOTOS) 5
July 13, 1961 ANNEXATION, INCORPORATION DISCUSSED AT ROSE HILL MEETING 1
July 13, 1961 ON ROSE HILL: ANTI-ANNEXATION MOVE TOLD 11
July 13, 1961 JOAN MCKIM, MARVIN GREY 8
July 13, 1961 MISS KIRKLAND (PHOTO OF COX, CAROL) 1
July 13, 1961 PHOTOS OF MISS KIRKLAND CONTEST (COX, CAROL) 12
July 13, 1961 CITY APPROVES STUDY FOR ART COMMISSION 1
July 13, 1961 CIVIC GROUPS ASK CITY FOR PLANNING DIRECTOR 1
July 13, 1961 GOALS OF COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO SHAPE LIFE IN KIRKLAND 12
July 13, 1961 (WALLY) TAYLOR RETURNS TO HOUGHTON PLANNING GROUP 1
July 13, 1961 HOUGHTON COUNCILMEN STAY ACTION OF BOBACK VARIANCE 2
July 13, 1961 SWIM CLASSES CANCELED AT HOUGHTON 1
July 13, 1961 NEW WATER MAINS ON THE WAY FOR TWO NEW FINN HILL AREAS 1
July 13, 1961 COURT UPHOLDS CITY IN POLICE SUSPENSION 1
July 13, 1961 LIBRARY FINES TO JUMP HERE TO 2 CENTS A DAY 1
July 13, 1961 CATES, ANNA CATHRYN 14
July 13, 1961 PURDOM, CLARENCE 12
July 13, 1961 WILSON, MINNIE VAN 14
July 13, 1961 DAVE WOLSKY LEADS LEAGUE PITCHERS 6
July 13, 1961 LITTLE LEAGUE -- THE CHEWING GUM CIRCUIT (PHOTOS) 5
July 13, 1961 SWIM CLASSES CANCELED AT HOUGHTON 1
July 13, 1961 TOM STAFFORD TO BE ORDAINED ADVENTIST PASTOR 10
July 13, 1961 ANNEXATION, INCORPORATION DISCUSSED AT ROSE HILL MEETING 1
July 13, 1961 ON ROSE HILL: ANTI-ANNEXATION MOVE TOLD 11
July 13, 1961 DISTRICT 79'S MAIN MAY OPEN NEXT WEEK 1
July 13, 1961 NEW WATER MAINS ON THE WAY FOR TWO NEW FINN HILL AREAS 1
July 13, 1961 WATER RATES MAY RAISE 1
July 13, 1961 BETTY MOFFITT, DONALD E ALDER 8
July 13, 1961 SHARON JEAN DILLON, ROBERT EDWIN BENDER 8
July 20, 1961 ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR TO SHOW WORKS OF KIRKLAND ARTIST 10
July 20, 1961 IDENTICAL BIRTHDAYS (PHOTO OF NELSON, ALBERTINE & UNRUE, MARIANNE 2
July 20, 1961 JO ANNE (GUNDERSON), LOST IN TRAFFIC, BUT SET TO DEFEND TITLE 1
July 20, 1961 "BRIDLE TRAILS" MAY PUZZLE TREASURER 1
July 20, 1961 COUNCIL-MAYOR GOVERNMENT CHOSEN 3
July 20, 1961 WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT PLANNED 10
July 20, 1961 SERVICES TO BE HELD UNDER BUBBLE (NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE) 9
July 20, 1961 LARGE LOT FANS SCORE VICTORY ON ROSE HILL 1
July 20, 1961 CITY PROPOSED FOR ROSE HILL 1
July 20, 1961 JUDGE SHOWS PATH TO RETAIN CONTROL OVER CAMELOT USE 1
July 20, 1961 KIRKLAND PROPOSES ANNEXATION TO DOUBLE CITY'S SIZE, POPULATION 1
July 20, 1961 PETITIONERS SEEK TO CUT CAMELOT FROM ANNEXATION 1
July 20, 1961 WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT PLANNED 10
July 20, 1961 CHANGE WILL MARK EDUCATION IN 10 YEARS 9
July 20, 1961 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CHANGES NEED DIRECTION 9
July 20, 1961 SAMOAN FETE IN KEEPING WITH TITLE (PHOTOS OF POLYNESIAN PARTY) 6
July 20, 1961 PRESIDENT'S WIFE MAY BE INVITED TO RIDE HERE 1
July 20, 1961 KIRKLANDITE TO STATE POST (SPONBURGH, GARLAND) 1
July 20, 1961 POLICE, FIRE CONSOLIDATION TO BE STUDIED 1
July 20, 1961 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CHANGES NEED DIRECTION 9
July 20, 1961 WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT PLANNED 10
July 20, 1961 WILLIAMS PLANS SUPREME COURT APPEAL SOON 1
July 20, 1961 BRONSON, REV EUGENE V 10
July 20, 1961 HOLM, WES 6
July 20, 1961 MCPHERSON, LOTTIE 10
July 20, 1961 STEVENS, PERCY H 10
July 20, 1961 VANDERPOL, JENNIE 2
July 20, 1961 JO ANNE (GUNDERSON), LOST IN TRAFFIC, BUT SET TO DEFEND TITLE 1
July 20, 1961 CITY PROPOSED FOR ROSE HILL 1
July 20, 1961 LARGE LOT FANS SCORE VICTORY ON ROSE HILL 1
July 20, 1961 HOUGHTON TO BE LINKED WITH NORTHRUP 1
July 20, 1961 BARBARA LEWIS, STUART KALE 8
July 20, 1961 CAROL JEAN BUSH, CHARLES SODERSTEN 6
July 20, 1961 CAROLYN JOYCE CASE, WILLARD E MCCRACKEN 8
July 20, 1961 MARILYN KIMBALL, CHESTER ZOBRIST 7
July 20, 1961 PATRICIA LYNN HIRSCHLER, BENNIE GLEN BROWN 8
July 27, 1961 SEATTLE DOOR CO, INC (PHOTOS) 22
July 27, 1961 (CELLAR) GALLERY CELEBRATES SECOND ANNIVERSARY THIS SATURDAY 10
July 27, 1961 16-YEAR-OL TOURS MEXICO (HILLIARD, PATTY) 8
July 27, 1961 DIANA DAY NAMED QUEEN 8
July 27, 1961 CAMELOT STALLED, "TRAILS" INCORPORATION TO PROCEED 1
July 27, 1961 KIRKLAND PLANS TO IGNORE 'TRAILS FORMATION FOR NOW 1
July 27, 1961 REDMOND ANNEXATION MAY CUT "BRIDLE TRAILS" 9
July 27, 1961 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL AD (PHOTOS) 30
July 27, 1961 VAUX CONSTRUCTION AD (PHOTOS OF MANY BUILDINGS) 13-A
July 27, 1961 NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE AD (PHOTOS) 26
July 27, 1961 SOME OF OUR SCHOOLS (PHOTOS) 12-A
July 27, 1961 CIVCI CENTER FUTURE DEBATED 3
July 27, 1961 HOUGHTON LANDMARK RAZED (WALTER ELVES' HOME) 2
July 27, 1961 NAZARENE CHURCH ERECTS RUGGED OLD CROSS HERE (PHOTOS) 9
July 27, 1961 SOME OF OUR CHURCHES (PHOTOS) 19
July 27, 1961 HOUGHTON LANDMARK RAZED (WALTER ELVES' HOME) 2
July 27, 1961 HOUGHTON SERVICE STATION OWNER THREATENS LAWSUIT 1
July 27, 1961 FOUR YEAR OLD'S SKULL CRUSHED BY FAMILY AUTO (LISLE, SANDRA JO) 1
July 27, 1961 LET'S TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT KIRKLAND 24-25
July 27, 1961 KIRKLAND GALS EARN PRIZE AT METRO GROUNDBREAKING 12
July 27, 1961 CAMELOT STALLED, "TRAILS" INCORPORATION TO PROCEED 1
July 27, 1961 KIRKLAND ANNEXATION DRIVE STALLED ONE WEEK 1
July 27, 1961 REDMOND ANNEXATION MAY CUT "BRIDLE TRAILS" 9
July 27, 1961 REDMOND ANNEXATION PETITIONS TO CIRCULATE 1
July 27, 1961 ALL STUDENTS OFFERED OPPORTUNITY FOR MUSIC'S SATISFACTION HERE 7
July 27, 1961 EDUCATIONAL TV WELL ESTABLISHED IN LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOLS 7
July 27, 1961 THE CHANGE IN SCHOOLS 27
July 27, 1961 VIRGINIA MARIE WHITE, GARY MCCLAIN 8
July 27, 1961 PROPERTY OWNERS DEMAND HOUGHTON PIED PIPER 1
July 27, 1961 HEALTHY RESIDENTS FORESEEN 6
July 27, 1961 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL AD (PHOTOS) 30
July 27, 1961 LAKE VUE MANOR NURSING HOME AD (PHOTOS) 29
July 27, 1961 HOUGHTON LANDMARK RAZED (WALTER ELVES' HOME) 2
July 27, 1961 HOUGHTON ACTS TO DELAY ZONING SUIT 1
July 27, 1961 PROPERTY OWNERS DEMAND HOUGHTON PIED PIPER 1
July 27, 1961 HOUGHTON SERVICE STATION OWNER THREATENS LAWSUIT 1
July 27, 1961 KIRKLAND SAFE CRACKERS FLUNK READING EXAM 1
July 27, 1961 TILE THUNDERS DOWN THIRD ST 3
July 27, 1961 VIEHMANN, ELIZABETH G 2
July 27, 1961 EAST SIDE VOTERS STAND TO GAIN MOST FROM STATEWIDE REDISTRICTING 2
July 27, 1961 WHERE CHILDREN WALK - 1971 31
July 27, 1961 EIGHT TEAMS PLAY IN STATE BABE RUTH TOURNAMENT TO OPEN TONIGHT 1
July 27, 1961 THREE LAKE WASHINGTON LITTLE LEAGUE TEAMS WIN TOURNAMENT SLOT 5
July 27, 1961 DICE EVEREST PARK (MAP OF PLAN) 4
July 27, 1961 AUTO TO BE KING, BUT NEW TYPE OF TRAFFIC POSSIBLE 9
July 27, 1961 BUILDERS DRIVE PILE, STOP, LEAVE (LAKE WASHINGTON BRIDGE) 1
July 27, 1961 PARKING'S FREE IN KIRKLAND 1
July 27, 1961 THE GULCH (PHOTO OF 108TH AVE LINK TO NORTHRUP WAY) 2
July 27, 1961 COLUCCIO BID LOW ON PIPELINE 1
July 27, 1961 PLENTIFUL WATER FOR EAST SIDE IN FUTURE 6
July 27, 1961 ANGELA ARIES, ALLEN LANG 8
July 27, 1961 CONSTANCE YVONNE PECK, MARVIN DALE BOWEN 8
August 3, 1961 JUNIOR BOOT SHOP - GRAND OPENING 6
August 3, 1961 MR AND MRS GEORGE WEST CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING AT CLUB RECEPTION 8
August 3, 1961 HYDROPLANE BUILDING A CINCH FOR 10-YEAR-OLD (BALDWIN, MIKE) 7
August 3, 1961 NEW RESIDENTS COME FROM SAUDI ARABIA (CHAPMAN, H R) 3
August 3, 1961 PETE OOSTERWYK MAKES HARD WORK AND TRADITION KNOW-HOW COUNT 1
August 3, 1961 WARREN BROWN RETURNS TO FAVORITE JOB IN KIRKLAND 5
August 3, 1961 WHAT DOES A LIFEGUARD DO WHEN NOT LIFEGUARDING (LARSON, JUDY) 5
August 3, 1961 CIVIC CENTER FUTURE TO BE PLANNING COMMISSION TOPIC 1
August 3, 1961 POST OFFICE CONTRACT AWARDED TO SEATTLE FIRM 1
August 3, 1961 MEN'S STORE SETS OPENING (SEAMEN'S OUTFITTING) 5
August 3, 1961 ANNEXATION MOVE CONTINUES 1
August 3, 1961 ANTI-ANNEXATION MOVE STARTED ON ROSE HILL 1
August 3, 1961 CHERRY CREST THREATENS NEW CITY 1
August 3, 1961 PETITION CALLS FOR HOUGHTON-KIRKLAND MERGER VOTE 1
August 3, 1961 NEW SCHOOL PLAN GIVEN STATE OK 1
August 3, 1961 POLIO CLINIC TO BE HELD IN KIRKLAND 7
August 3, 1961 FIRM TO DEVELOP INSTRUMENTS FOR OCEAN EXPLORATION (OCEANIC INSTR. 1
August 3, 1961 FIRM TO DEVELOP INSTRUMENTS FOR OCEAN EXPLORATION (OCEANIC INSTR. 1
August 3, 1961 MCGUIRE, GLENN 6
August 3, 1961 SULLIVAN, MARK 3
August 3, 1961 WITTENMEYER, ARTHUR LEIGH 3
August 3, 1961 WONNOCOTT, ELSIE MAUDE 10
August 3, 1961 KIRKLAND MARINERS TAKE SHIP CRUISE (PHOTOS) 6
August 3, 1961 POST OFFICE CONTRACT AWARDED TO SEATTLE FIRM 1
August 3, 1961 JO ANNE (GUNDERSON) UPSET IN TOURNAMENT 2
August 3, 1961 COUNCILMEN WOULD BUILD EVEREST PARK 1
August 3, 1961 NEW ROUTE INTO CITY STUDIED BY STATE 2
August 3, 1961 TWO MORE LANES TO OPEN (RENTON-KIRKLAND FREEWAY) 2
August 3, 1961 METRO TRUNK CAN HANDLE ENTIRE AREA 1
August 3, 1961 WATER ASSESSMENTS LOWERED 1
August 10, 1961 COUNTY SEEKS OPINIONS ON MARYMOOR PLAN 1
August 10, 1961 ADVICE IS GOAL OF ART GROUP 1
August 10, 1961 KIRKLAND LAD PIONEERS STATE YOUTH CORPS (OLSON, BRUCE) 2
August 10, 1961 LW TEACHER TAKES VAGUE POSITION IN PHILIPPINES (REUTER, HAZEL) 2
August 10, 1961 PARTIES MEAN FUN, DECORATIONS A CHALLENGE (WOLFE, ROSE) 3
August 10, 1961 THREE USE SAME CANDLE ON BIRTHDAY (SCHOURUP) 1
August 10, 1961 BRIDLE TRAILS FOES MEET - STUDY GROUP SET UP 1
August 10, 1961 TAYLOR DENIES COLLEGE SITE RUMORS HERE 2
August 10, 1961 COUNCIL TO BE JUDGE OF CENTER'S FUTURE 1
August 10, 1961 FIREHALL COMPLETED 12
August 10, 1961 PLANNING COMMISSION SAYS: GO SLOWER ON CIVIC CENTER 1
August 10, 1961 ANNEXATIONS FALTER AGAIN 1
August 10, 1961 BRIDLE TRAILS FOES MEET - STUDY GROUP SET UP 1
August 10, 1961 SCHOOL TV SYSTEM PROPOSED 10
August 10, 1961 HELEN MARIE IVERSON, GEOFFREY D ARMSTRONG 8
August 10, 1961 JONLEE REPIR, GARY L STUBENRAUCH 8
August 10, 1961 MARLENE ELDUEN, ROB AVERY 8
August 10, 1961 NANCY DUDLEY ALLEN, GRANT SILVERNALE JR 8
August 10, 1961 PHOTOS OF PIGEON RESCUE (GILBERT, TOMMY) 1
August 10, 1961 FIREHALL COMPLETED 12
August 10, 1961 COUNCIL BYPASSES ORDINANCE (PEDDLER'S LICENSE) 2
August 10, 1961 COUNCIL TO BE JUDGE OF CENTER'S FUTURE 1
August 10, 1961 KIRKLAND PRISONER ESCAPES, RECAPTURED NEAR JUANITA (BENJAMIN, DAN 2
August 10, 1961 TWELVE CASES OF BEER TAKEN 1
August 10, 1961 AT LIBRARY: HOUGHTON GOES NUTS OVER BUGS 12
August 10, 1961 LEE, OLE ANDREAS 2
August 10, 1961 RADKE, ANNE CAROLINE 2
August 10, 1961 PTA SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION FOR OFFICERS AND CHAIRMEN TO BE HELD 8
August 10, 1961 TOWN TEAM INVITED TO STATE TOURNAMENT 1
August 10, 1961 KIRKLAND'S BASEBALL PARK RATED AMONG BEST IN U.S. 4
August 10, 1961 PLANS GROUP CALLS FOR "EQUAL OR BETTER" BALL PARK 4
August 10, 1961 CITY ENDS COLLECTING HABITS OF EMPLOYEE (PARKING METERS) 1
August 10, 1961 JOAN WARNER, DONALD WALTER 8
August 17, 1961 SHOP IN KIRKLAND (PHOTOS) 6
August 17, 1961 BEAUTY CONTESTANT (MACARTHUR, HONIE) 8
August 17, 1961 CAN'T SPONGE ALL MY LIFE SMILE JO ANNE (GUNDERSON) 5
August 17, 1961 GIRL LIFEGUARD, 16, SAVES INJURED LAD FROM DROWNING (LONGHOM, D) 5
August 17, 1961 KIRKLAND LASS WORKS AS EARLY MORNING COFFEE GAL (PULLMAN, RENEE) 1
August 17, 1961 TOTAL ELECTRIC PATIO PARTIES ARE POPULAR (HEISDORF / RAUDEBAUGH) 9
August 17, 1961 BRIDLE TRAILS SCENE QUIET: MOVES AWAITED 1
August 17, 1961 BOAT HAVEN (SKETCH OF LAKE WASHINGTON MARINA PARK - PROPOSED) 2
August 17, 1961 INDUSTRIAL PARK PLANNED NORTHEAST OF KIRKLAND 1
August 17, 1961 NEW VETERINARY FACILITY (SKETCH OF PACIFIC VETERINARY HOSPITAL) 2
August 17, 1961 NEW UNION OIL OPENS AT ROSE HILL 10
August 17, 1961 TWO BARBERS OPEN LAKEVIEW SHOP 10
August 17, 1961 UGN DRIVE OPENING, GOAL SET 6
August 17, 1961 600 SIGN PETITION OPPOSING ROSE HILL ANNEXATION MOVE 1
August 17, 1961 BOAT HAVEN (SKETCH OF LAKE WASHINGTON MARINA PARK - PROPOSED) 2
August 17, 1961 CITY 'OBLIGATED' TO SEEK ANNEXATIONS 1
August 17, 1961 EAST SIDE'S FUTURE BRIGHT, SAYS STATE COMMERCE CHIEF 12
August 17, 1961 EAST SIDE MAY SUPPORT TWO JUNIOR COLLEGES 1
August 17, 1961 REGISTRATION TO BEGIN AUG 22 FOR NEW PUPILS 2
August 17, 1961 CONFUSION RESULTS OVER HOUGHTON BUILDING PERMIT 1
August 17, 1961 INDUSTRIAL PARK PLANNED NORTHEAST OF KIRKLAND 1
August 17, 1961 GO-AHEAD ANNOUNCED FOR LAKE WASHINGTON MARINA AT SHIPYARDS 1
August 17, 1961 KIRKLAND YOUTHS HEIST WRONG BATTERY 2
August 17, 1961 THREE CHARGED WITH BEER BURGLARY 10
August 17, 1961 EVEREST, LUCILLE 1
August 17, 1961 FLETCHER, JOHN 7
August 17, 1961 JOHNSEN, HAROLD 3
August 17, 1961 LISLE, SANDRA JO 7
August 17, 1961 SHERBECK, ERNEST H 3
August 17, 1961 CAMP FIRE GIRLS TO HAVE WEEK AT FLYING HORSESHOE 9
August 17, 1961 JO ANNE GUNDERSON WINS TRANS-MISSISSIPPI MATCH 4
August 17, 1961 KIRKLAND EAGLES WIN SECOND PLACE IN STATE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 4
August 17, 1961 LOCAL YOUTHS WIN RIFLE CHAMPIONSHIP 4
August 17, 1961 CHURCH SURVEY DISCOVERS MANY WOULD-BE MEMBERS 5
August 17, 1961 NEW PASTOR TO SERVE TWO SDA CHURCHES (BETZ, ELDER CHARLES) 3
August 17, 1961 600 SIGN PETITION OPPOSING ROSE HILL ANNEXATION MOVE 1
August 17, 1961 BOAT HAVEN (SKETCH OF LAKE WASHINGTON MARINA PARK - PROPOSED) 2
August 17, 1961 GO-AHEAD ANNOUNCED FOR LAKE WASHINGTON MARINA AT SHIPYARDS 1
August 17, 1961 LINDA MARIE HOSKINS, THOMAS E CHRISTIANSEN 7
August 17, 1961 NANCY ASKEW, ALAN WENTZEL 8
August 17, 1961 SHIRLEY BARKLEY, RALPH SPENCER 8
August 24, 1961 ENGELKES TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY AT RECEPTION FOR FAMILY 9
August 24, 1961 ADOPTED DAUGHTER COMES FROM KOREA ... (KING, JOANN SUE) 1
August 24, 1961 BOB ELVES AND WIFE HAVE PREDICTABLE PROBLEM 6
August 24, 1961 FORMER STUDENT JOINS FACULTY AT SDA SCHOOL (OLCUTT, MARK) 1
August 24, 1961 JOURNAL CARRIER HITS JACKPOT WITH SUBSCRIPTIONS (MORGAN, MIKE) 12
August 24, 1961 MRS PARROTT PENS BUFFET COOK BOOK 8
August 24, 1961 PEOPLE LIKE IT, WE LIKE IT SAYS NEW DISTRICT TEACHER (MCCLEERY) 1
August 24, 1961 HORSES KEEP OFF, SCHOOL GROUP WARNS 5
August 24, 1961 SCHOOL DIRECTORS HUDDLE OVER NEW SCHOOL SITES 5
August 24, 1961 CITY OPENS THREE BIDS TO DEVELOP CIVIC CENTER 1
August 24, 1961 LANDOWNERS EAST OF CIVIC CENTER TOLD BY JOURNAL 5
August 24, 1961 ANNEXATION REVIEW BOARD SET TO PROTECT BOTH SIDES 2
August 24, 1961 FIVE CORNERS ANNEXATION TO BE AIRED 1
August 24, 1961 KIRKLAND TO AUCTION UNUSED ACREAGE 1
August 24, 1961 NEW PROBLEMS REVEALED FOR ROSE HILL'S INVOLVED SWEEPSTAKES 1
August 24, 1961 62 NEW TEACHERS TO JOIN LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT FORCE 2
August 24, 1961 PUPILS TO PAY CASH FOR LUNCHES 12
August 24, 1961 ROSEMARY ANN BELMONT, JAMES MICHAEL MCAULIFFE 8
August 24, 1961 KIRKLAND TO AUCTION UNUSED ACREAGE 1
August 24, 1961 COURT RESTRAINS FLUORIDATION 1
August 24, 1961 COURT RESTRAINS FLUORIDATION 1
August 24, 1961 RIFE, EDBERT L 10
August 24, 1961 MRS PARROTT PENS BUFFET COOK BOOK 8
August 24, 1961 KIRKLAND TO AUCTION UNUSED ACREAGE 1
August 24, 1961 LANDOWNERS EAST OF CIVIC CENTER TOLD BY JOURNAL 5
August 24, 1961 JO ANNE (GUNDERSON) UPSET DEFENDING NATIONAL AMATEUR CROWN 4
August 24, 1961 MAXINE (CONOVER) BEATS MARILYN (BURLEY) PEDALS OFF FOR NATIONALS 4
August 24, 1961 SOMETHING NEW IN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNOUNCED HERE 6
August 24, 1961 NEW PROBLEMS REVEALED FOR ROSE HILL'S INVOLVED SWEEPSTAKES 1
August 24, 1961 $90500 EARMARKED FOR ROADS 1
August 24, 1961 ANGLE PARKING OPPOSED HERE 4
August 24, 1961 CONTRACT ROAD MATERIAL BUYING PAYS OFF FOR COUNTY: WALLACE 6
August 24, 1961 KIRKLAND BRIGADE WINS NORTHWEST CHAMPIONSHIP (SOFTBALL) 4
August 24, 1961 PAVING 132ND AVE SLATED SOON 3
August 24, 1961 HELEN HURN, MAINE TONKIN 8
August 24, 1961 JUDITH BARTOS, CHESTER GREEN 8
August 31, 1961 BACKGROUND FACTS OF MARYMOOR FARM PARK PROPOSAL TOLD 6
August 31, 1961 COUPLE TO OBSERVE 50TH DATE AT HOME RECEPTION (WOOD, FRANKLIN) 12
August 31, 1961 BILL SNORTS AT STINKPOTS, BUILDS ONLY SAILBOATS (BUCHAN, BILL) 4
August 31, 1961 COUPLE RECALLS EARLY DAYS IN KIRKLAND (MORELAN, CHARLES) 1
August 31, 1961 IT'S BACK TO SCHOOL FOR MOTHER OF FOUR (HOOPS, MRS WILLIAM) 1
August 31, 1961 TUTTLE (HIRAM) NAMED STATE GUARD PRESIDENT 1
August 31, 1961 EWING REPORTS NEW BUILDING REQUIREMENT 3
August 31, 1961 CIVIC CENTER DEVELOPER MAY BE RECOMMENDED 1
August 31, 1961 NEW POST OFFICE (SKETCH) 6
August 31, 1961 PHOTO OF POST OFFICE GROUND-BREAKING 1
August 31, 1961 LUMBER YARD HAS NEW OWNER AND NAME (JUANITA LUMBER - LUOMA) 9
August 31, 1961 OPERATION GOOD NEIGHBOR STARTS HERE 3
August 31, 1961 CAMELOT SETS EAST SIDE DEVELOPMENT PRECEDENT 1
August 31, 1961 MAYOR TELLS ADVANTAGES OF KIRKLAND ANNEXATION 2
August 31, 1961 PLAT BUILDING MAY START NEXT SPRING 1
August 31, 1961 LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOLS EXPECT 6500 STUDENTS ON OPENING DAY 1
August 31, 1961 NEW TEACHERS WILL BE WELCOMED TO LAKE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 7
August 31, 1961 SCHOOL LUNCHROOMS EXPECT TO FEED OVER 2000 12
August 31, 1961 VICKI SIMMONS, BILL AYLSWORTH 8
August 31, 1961 'WOODMAN, SPARE THAT TREE' (TREE IN 109TH AVE NE) 2
August 31, 1961 COUPLE RECALLS EARLY DAYS IN KIRKLAND (MORELAN, CHARLES) 1
August 31, 1961 'WOODMAN, SPARE THAT TREE' (TREE IN 109TH AVE NE) 2
August 31, 1961 PATROLMAN EXAMS TOLD FOR CITY 1
August 31, 1961 JUANITA MARINERS ENTERTAIN CANADIAN GIRLS DURING VISIT 8
August 31, 1961 KIRKLAND EXPLORERS ASSAULT OLYMPIC PEAKS ON WEEK LONG TRIP 5
August 31, 1961 NEW POST OFFICE (SKETCH) 6
August 31, 1961 PHOTO OF POST OFFICE GROUND-BREAKING 1
August 31, 1961 SEVEN APPLY FOR KIRKLAND POSTMASTER 3
August 31, 1961 KIRKLAND, HOUGHTON PARCELS TO BE SOLD FOR TAXES 6
August 31, 1961 KIRKLAND EXPLORERS ASSAULT OLYMPIC PEAKS ON WEEK LONG TRIP 5
August 31, 1961 BUS RATES GO UP SEPT 17 1
August 31, 1961 IMPROVING 114TH AVE DISCUSSED BY COUNCIL 1
August 31, 1961 TWO YEAR "NO DEATH" CERTIFICATE AWARDED KIRKLAND OFFICIALS 5
September 7, 1961 JEAN BANKSON STARTS NEIGHBORLY WELCOME WAGON SERVICE HERE 10
September 7, 1961 OWNER LOOKING FOR GOOD HOME FOR PET POOCH 'LUCY' (CASE, E WARREN) 10
September 7, 1961 PRETTY EXCHANGE STUDENT ARRIVES FROM GUATEMALA CITY (PUJOL, MARIA 1
September 7, 1961 "CRAZY DAYS" SALE SLATED BY MERCHANTS FOR SEPT 20-23 10
September 7, 1961 SEWER WORK MAY TOPPLE KIRKLAND'S GROWTH HURDLE 2
September 7, 1961 ATTITUDE, ATMOSPHERE, SELLS NEW TEACHERS ON THIS DISTRICT 5
September 7, 1961 CITIZEN COUNCIL TO STUDY MERIT PAY FOR TEACHERS 2
September 7, 1961 ENROLLMENT UP 6% HERE 1
September 7, 1961 PUPILS SHOULD BE TAUGHT WORLD'S COMPETING IDEOLOGIES 1
September 7, 1961 KIRKLAND'S FIREMEN CHASE SMOKE 6
September 7, 1961 SUMMER FIRES FEW IN DISTRICT 41, CHIEF GOLLOFON SAYS 10
September 7, 1961 KIRKLAND'S BUDGET TO BE ADOPTED AT SEPT 11 MEET 1
September 7, 1961 WHERE THE MONEY COMES FROM AND WHERE IT GOES (CHART) 1
September 7, 1961 JOHNSON LAYS PLANS TO PUT HOUGHTON ON CASH BASIS IN '62 1
September 7, 1961 FIRE ENGINES OR FINE READING; PROGRAM SUCCESS REASONS UNCERTAIN 6
September 7, 1961 POOL, TRESSIE JENNIE 2
September 7, 1961 HARMONIZING SONGSTERS IMPOSE GAG RULE FOR SPECIAL MEETING 6
September 7, 1961 AGREEMENT FOUND ON VOTER REDISTRICTING 5
September 7, 1961 PHOTOS OF FOOTBALL PRACTICE 4
September 7, 1961 MANY SUBURBANITES ARE "DRIFTERS" SAYS KIRKLAND'S FATHER HAYMAN 1
September 7, 1961 TONY FONTANE TO BE GUEST OF NAZARENES 9
September 7, 1961 MANY SUBURBANITES ARE "DRIFTERS" SAYS KIRKLAND'S FATHER HAYMAN 1
September 7, 1961 STATE STARTS RAMP SITE PURCHASE 1
September 7, 1961 SEWER WORK MAY TOPPLE KIRKLAND'S GROWTH HURDLE 2
September 7, 1961 ELIZABETH ANN WIESEN, JOHN WESLEY WEAVER JR 8
September 7, 1961 HELEN IVERSON, GEOFFREY D ARMSTRONG 8
September 7, 1961 VIRGINIA WHITE, GARY MCLAIN 7
September 14, 1961 SHOP IN KIRKLAND (PHOTOS) 6
September 14, 1961 CELLAR GALLERY FEATURES WORK OF FIVE ARTISTS 8
September 14, 1961 SPORTS MAJOR EARNS HIGH CHURCH AWARD (HAGLUND, GEORGE) 1
September 14, 1961 SHOPPING CENTER PROPOSAL ACCEPTED FOR KIRKLAND CIVIC CENTER 1
September 14, 1961 CLASSROOMS WILL BE DOUBLED, COST TO APPROACH $11 MILLION BY 1970 1
September 14, 1961 SHOPPING CENTER PROPOSAL ACCEPTED FOR KIRKLAND CIVIC CENTER 1
September 14, 1961 UNITARIANS IN NEW HOME 12
September 14, 1961 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BULGE NO SURPRISE TO DISTRICT 1
September 14, 1961 BLAZE THREATENS DRY WOODS (PHOTO) 2
September 14, 1961 BUDGET MEETS DEPARTMENT REQUESTS, MAYOR BAGGALEY SAYS 2
September 14, 1961 HOUGHTON ADOPTS PRELIMINARY BUDGET 2
September 14, 1961 PATROLMAN LIKES TO ISSUE DRIVERS LICENSES IN KIRKLAND (MECHER, J) 1
September 14, 1961 ROBBERS TAKE $1500 FROM TAVERN HERE 1
September 14, 1961 BELL, CHARLES HARLOW 2
September 14, 1961 GIBSON, REV FRANCIS MARTIN 6
September 14, 1961 O'HARA, GEORGE S 3
September 14, 1961 JOURNAL AIMS FOR IMPROVEMENT 6
September 14, 1961 EAST, WEST HALVES OF STREET DIVIDED ON PAVING ISSUE 2
September 14, 1961 'DUMP' CONDITIONS SPARK COMPLAINTS 1
September 14, 1961 BARBARA CAROL BERGEVIN, GARY LOREN BERGERON 9
September 14, 1961 WANDA JOYCE BARKER, DALE L PUGSLEY 8
September 21, 1961 PLANT TO EXPAND IF AGRICULTURAL USE IS FOUND (VERMICULITE) 10
September 21, 1961 COUPLE CLAIMS WORK IS SECRET OF LONG MARRIAGE (BROWN, CHESTER) 6
September 21, 1961 COUPLE TO OBSERVE SILVER DATE (ENGSTROM, C P) 8
September 21, 1961 COACHING OR COUNSELING, HUNTER MOCK GUIDES YOUTH TOWARD GOALS 1
September 21, 1961 CONNIE (LOESBY) TO SING AT CARNEGIE HALL 12
September 21, 1961 REMARKABLE IS WORD FOR 4-LEGGED MEMBERS OF BERT MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY 10
September 21, 1961 ROSE HILL COUPLE RETURN FROM TOUR OF COUNTRIES (KELLER, LOUIS R) 12
September 21, 1961 YOUTH, 19, SPENDS LONELY SUMMER ON MOUNTAIN 6
September 21, 1961 COTTAGE LAKE CHURCH PLANS WILL BE SHOWN 9
September 21, 1961 AUTO CRASH TAKES LIFE OF SEATTLEITE (HERTZLER, ROBERT L) 1
September 21, 1961 ANNEXATION IS FACTOR IN EXTENDING SEWER LINE 1
September 21, 1961 SCHOOL DISTRICT MAY FACE 114,000 POPULATION BY 1985, STUDY SHOWS 2
September 21, 1961 NEW FIRETRUCK WOULD IMPROVE CITY'S RATING 2
September 21, 1961 CITY'S SURPLUS PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION 1
September 21, 1961 3-MAN COMMISSION SET FOR HOUGHTON 7
September 21, 1961 PLANT TO EXPAND IF AGRICULTURAL USE IS FOUND (VERMICULITE) 10
September 21, 1961 ALMOST ENTIRE POLICE FORCE RESIGNS AT REQUEST OF CHIEF 1
September 21, 1961 BROWN, HELEN GOFF 5
September 21, 1961 CONNER, CHESTER W 2
September 21, 1961 DIERS, VERNON W 5
September 21, 1961 FOSTER, RAYMOND H 1
September 21, 1961 RUSICH, STEVE 5
September 21, 1961 TRENT, GLADYS B 3
September 21, 1961 NEW ACCESS ROUTE DUE TO CONFAB 1
September 21, 1961 ANNEXATION IS FACTOR IN EXTENDING SEWER LINE 1
September 21, 1961 CAROL SMETANA, MARVIN JOHN PETERSEN 8
September 21, 1961 ELATA HOFSTETTER, MELVIN BURGESS 9
September 21, 1961 JOAN E MCKIM, MARVIN F GRAY 9
September 21, 1961 JUDITH KOUTONEN, SAMUEL WINES 8
September 28, 1961 GREENBELTS SUGGESTED TO PROTECT 3
September 28, 1961 CHILDREN MEET THEIR FAVORITE AUTHOR IN PERSON (KIRSTEN, RUDOLF) 7
September 28, 1961 BRIDLE TRAILS HEARING POSTPONED 5
September 28, 1961 NEW FIREHALL OPENS (PHOTO) 1
September 28, 1961 PARK BOARD OPPOSES CENTER DEVELOPMENT; NO PLAN TO REPLACE FACILITIES 1
September 28, 1961 CAMELOT PARK TO BE HALTED; THIS TIME BY OWNERS 1
September 28, 1961 CLUB TO SEEK CITY FALLOUT SHELTERS 1
September 28, 1961 CAMELOT PARK TO BE HALTED; THIS TIME BY OWNERS 1
September 28, 1961 FIVE CORNERS CLUB UNHAPPY, NAMES OWN ANNEXATION REPRESENTATIVE 1
September 28, 1961 HOUGHTON COUNCIL STANDS FIRM, DENIES WOLFE'S REZONE 1
September 28, 1961 PLANS COMMISSION TO STUDY ANNEXATION ZONING PROBLEMS 1
September 28, 1961 ADULT ENROLLMENT AT PEAK 9
September 28, 1961 SCIENCE BOOKS ADDED TO SCHOOL LIBRARIES 14
September 28, 1961 JUDITH LUCILLE LARSON, RENALD J ENEY 10
September 28, 1961 MARCELLA CLEO EDWARDS, BUD PERRIGO 10
September 28, 1961 NEW FIREHALL OPENS (PHOTO) 1
September 28, 1961 VOLUNTEER FIREMEN TO SHOW OFF NEW HOME AT DEDICATION SAT. 1
September 28, 1961 HOUGHTON COUNCIL STANDS FIRM, DENIES WOLFE'S REZONE 1
September 28, 1961 POLICE EXAM OUTCOME TO BE KNOWN 1
September 28, 1961 KIRKLAND ENLISTMENTS HOLD STEADY 9
September 28, 1961 COSAND, MARGARET JEANNE 3
September 28, 1961 DAVIES, HERBERT 2
September 28, 1961 JOHNSON, HAROLD 1
September 28, 1961 MACKINNON, HUGH 11
September 28, 1961 PRESTON, KATHERINE MARGUERITE 11
September 28, 1961 REINE, OTTO 5
September 28, 1961 STAUFFER, DENNIS JOE 3
September 28, 1961 BOTHELL NOW THIRD GROUP TO JOIN VFW 6
September 28, 1961 PLUG THE SCUPPERS (PHOTOS OF LAUNCHING OF 'ANNE MATHEA' 1
September 28, 1961 EAST AND WEST HALVES OF STREET STILL DIVIDES 2
September 28, 1961 BONNIE MAE TARP, DONALD CANDEE 8
September 28, 1961 JANICE EVELYN ARMSTRONG, GRANT DONALD MAYER 8
September 28, 1961 KAY V HANSEN, DONALD E DICKEY 10
September 28, 1961 NANCY DUDLEY ALLEN, GRANT J SILVERNALE JR 8
October 5, 1961 ARTISTS INVITED TO ENTER GALLERY DRAWING SHOW 8
October 5, 1961 LANGUAGE NO BARRIER TO WELCOME AWAITING SISTER (KOSTENBADER) 9
October 5, 1961 'PERK' GRIFFITHS WINS FOOTBALL CONTEST FOR SECOND WEEK 1
October 5, 1961 ROSE HILL MAN SEEKS DISCLOSURE OF REASONS FOR ANNEXATION (LOGAN, L) 1
October 5, 1961 KIRKLAND SECOND IN UGN 2
October 5, 1961 SCHOOL DISTRICT SEEKING BOMB SURVIVAL PLAN 1
October 5, 1961 ROSE HILL MAN SEEKS DISCLOSURE OF REASONS FOR ANNEXATION (LOGAN, L) 1
October 5, 1961 COUNCIL STAFF NAMED AT LW HIGH SCHOOL 6
October 5, 1961 SCHOOL DISTRICT SEEKING BOMB SURVIVAL PLAN 1
October 5, 1961 SCHOOL MUSICIANS (PHOTO) 10
October 5, 1961 TWO SENIORS PLACE FOR NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP (LEBENS / SCHARF) 2
October 5, 1961 EARLY MORNING FIRE DESTROYS JUANITA HOME (MACDONALD, DUNCAN) 1
October 5, 1961 TOWN INSTALLS SAFETY BELTS (IN HOUGHTON FIRE TRUCKS) 5
October 5, 1961 JOHNSON SAYS CITY TO AIM FOR CHEAPER FIRE INSURANCE 2
October 5, 1961 RABIES INFECTION SPREAD FEARED FROM INFECTED BATS 8
October 5, 1961 TOWN INSTALLS SAFETY BELTS (IN HOUGHTON FIRE TRUCKS) 5
October 5, 1961 EARLY MORNING FIRE DESTROYS JUANITA HOME (MACDONALD, DUNCAN) 1
October 5, 1961 CLEM REYNOLDS HINTS DISCLOSURES AS HE RESIGNS POLICE DEPARTMENT 1
October 5, 1961 NEW POLICE HIRED FOR KIRKLAND FORCE 2
October 5, 1961 FAUCETT, KATHERINE C 3
October 5, 1961 HARMANSON, NELS 3
October 5, 1961 PEARCE, HAROLD 3
October 5, 1961 KIRKLAND PEE WEES (PHOTO) 5
October 5, 1961 LITTLE LEAGUE (FOOTBALL PHOTO) 5
October 5, 1961 TRANSFER OF LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL FIELD TO EVEREST PARK UNDERWAY 1
October 5, 1961 MARYMOOR ACTION MAY DECIDE COUNTY PARK BUYING POLICY 1
October 5, 1961 TRANSFER OF LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL FIELD TO EVEREST PARK UNDERWAY 1
October 5, 1961 ROSE HILL MAN SEEKS DISCLOSURE OF REASONS FOR ANNEXATION (LOGAN, L) 1
October 5, 1961 NE 124TH ST MAY BE MAJOR EAST-WEST ROUTE 8
October 5, 1961 NEW LOCATION PLANNED FOR CITY'S REDMOND HIGHWAY APPROACH 1
October 5, 1961 HIGH WINDS FELT ALONG WATERFRONT (PHOTOS) 8
October 5, 1961 DONNA RAE BURNETT, DAVID WALLACE 7
October 12, 1961 ART COMMISSION PETITIONS AND ORDINANCE OFFERED 1
October 12, 1961 (ROGER) CROSS NAMED TOP RIFLEMAN IN GERMANY 12
October 12, 1961 ADVISORY COUNCIL WANTS TO KEEP 10 YEAR SCHOOL BUILDING BONDS 7
October 12, 1961 PROS AND CONS OF CIVIC CENTER GIVEN 1
October 12, 1961 BELFAIR MAN DROWNS OFF KIRKLAND SHORE WEDNESDAY (BEARD, JOHN) 1
October 12, 1961 KIRKLAND ON TOP FOR COUNTY UGN 3
October 12, 1961 ANNEXATION ELECTION DECISION POSTPONED UNTIL AT LEAST OCT 16 6
October 12, 1961 SCHOOL DISTRICT PLANS TO SPEND $5 MILLION 9
October 12, 1961 ELLEN BAILEY, TOM MCGRATH 8
October 12, 1961 ANNEXATION WON'T HURT FIRE DISTRICT 1
October 12, 1961 GOLLOFON SUSPENDED FROM FD 41 1
October 12, 1961 ART COMMISSION PETITIONS AND ORDINANCE OFFERED 1
October 12, 1961 CITY OPERATIONS MAY COST $136 PER HEAD IN 1962 9
October 12, 1961 CHRISTMAS DECOR PLANS UNDERWAY 1
October 12, 1961 HOUGHTON COUNCILMEN APPROVE $20,000 IN BONDS TO AID BUDGET 1
October 12, 1961 KIRKLAND INDUSTRIAL PARK PLANS MOVING FORWARD NOW 6
October 12, 1961 CARLSON, ERNEST 3
October 12, 1961 ISAKSON, OSCAR 3
October 12, 1961 JOHN HARMON NAMED BIG CHIEF FOR 150 SEATTLE AREA TRIBES (YMCA) 7
October 12, 1961 JOURNAL READERS LIKE PICTURES, NEWS 12
October 12, 1961 JUNIOR TAKES SPOTLIGHT IN REPORTING THE NEWS (VAGUE, MAUREEN) 2
October 12, 1961 TRUCK DRIVER BEATS OFFICIALS TO RIBBON 7
October 12, 1961 FINN HILL SEWER TALKED 6
October 12, 1961 RAINS CAME (PHOTO) 6
October 12, 1961 DIANA GRANT, JACK SODERSTROM 8
October 19, 1961 HIGH TOWERS PROPOSED HERE 5
October 19, 1961 NEW SCHOOL (MODEL OF ROSE HILL ELEMENTARY) 1
October 19, 1961 STREWN WRECKAGE (PHOTOS OF TRAIN WRECK) 1
October 19, 1961 KIRKLAND DEFENSE DIRECTOR NAMED (PAULSON, AL) 1
October 19, 1961 CAMELOT ANNEXATION TO REDMOND OCT 25 1
October 19, 1961 FIVE KIRKLAND AREA REZONES SET FOR HEARING 1
October 19, 1961 KIRKLAND ANNEXATION ELECTION RECOMMENDED BY REVIEW BOARD 1
October 19, 1961 ANNUAL WINS FIRST PLACE (LWHS REVEILLE) 3
October 19, 1961 COLORFUL HOMECOMING DAY PLANNED 1
October 19, 1961 HOUSEWIVES AID BLIND PUPILS IN SCHOOLS 9
October 19, 1961 MEN OUTNUMBER WOMEN AT BIBLE COLLEGE HERE 5
October 19, 1961 SCHOOL BOARD ASKS TAX LEVEL STUDY BY COUNCIL 2
October 19, 1961 WHERE DO YOU LIVE? COMMISSIONERS WORRIED 10
October 19, 1961 COMMUNITY WORKERS NEARING GOAL OF PSYCHIATRIC CLINIC 9
October 19, 1961 PANEL TO DISCUSS PSYCHIATRIC CLINIC BEFORE PTA AREA COUNCIL 12
October 19, 1961 TWO AUTOS TAKEN IN KIRKLAND 1
October 19, 1961 ANNUAL WINS FIRST PLACE (LWHS REVEILLE) 3
October 19, 1961 JOURNAL RATED TOPS IN PHOTOGRAPHY 1
October 19, 1961 STEVE HALE JOINS REAL ESTATE FIRM 10
October 19, 1961 AREA YOUTHS FINISH FIREARM SAFETY CLASS 7
October 19, 1961 FIRST ICE SKATING RINK OPENS SATURDAY 1
October 19, 1961 STREWN WRECKAGE (PHOTOS OF TRAIN WRECK) 1
October 19, 1961 RESIDENT PROTESTS DRAINAGE DITCH 6
October 19, 1961 WATER DISTRICT SEES GROWTH, STUDIES HOW 2
October 19, 1961 KAREN CUYKENDALL, RICHARD JOVAG 8
October 19, 1961 SHARON HAYES, DALE RATHBUN 8
October 26, 1961 CONN FARRAR COMES TO RESCUE OF SECOND HORSE FROM SWAMP 2
October 26, 1961 MARJIE BAUMAN NAMED COLLEGE PAPER EDITOR 7
October 26, 1961 POPULATION SURGE TO WORK FOR MRS CATHCART 1
October 26, 1961 TEENAGER SPENDS MORE TIME AT HOME IN CUBA (CABRERO, EMILIO) 8
October 26, 1961 BRIDLE TRAILS ELECTION STILL IN AIR ANSWER SEEN MONDAY 2
October 26, 1961 BEAUTY SPOT (PHOTO OF ABANDONED FOUNTAIN ON MARKET ST) 2
October 26, 1961 LAYMEN TO CONDUCT FUNDS DRIVE FOR LAKE WASHINGTON METHODISTS 6
October 26, 1961 ROSE HILL BAPTIST CHURCH TO OBSERVE HOMECOMING 6
October 26, 1961 RIDICULOUS DAYS SLATED BY 22 KIRKLAND STORES 1
October 26, 1961 C OF C GROUP TO CONSIDER BEAUTIFICATION 10
October 26, 1961 CHAMBER HONORS WARNER CASE 3
October 26, 1961 AREA UGN HITS 75% OF GOAL 2
October 26, 1961 ADVANCING HORDE (PHOTO OF HALLOWEEN CHILDREN) 1
October 26, 1961 COMMUNISM FOUGHT ON THREE LEVELS IN SCHOOLS 1
October 26, 1961 ACTIVE, UNITED LEADERSHIP NEEDED TO ASSURE GROWTH, EVEREST SAYS 1
October 26, 1961 NEW AREAS MAY NAME COUNCIL; ANNEXATION ELECTION DEC 12 1
October 26, 1961 BIBLE COLLEGE NAMES FACULTY MEMBERS 7
October 26, 1961 COUNSELORS PICKED CAREFULLY 12
October 26, 1961 PHONICS "MIX" USED TO TEACH READING AT LAKE WASHINGTON 12
October 26, 1961 RAIN, DARK, DOES NOT DAMPEN SCHOOL DISTRICTS INQUISITORS AT MEET 12
October 26, 1961 HOME WITH HONORS (PHOTO OF SEA ADELINES) 8
October 26, 1961 HILLTOPPERS GARDEN CLUB TO GIVE SILVER TEA AND ANTIQUE SHOW NOV 2 9
October 26, 1961 ROSE HILL PTA TO REPEAT SCHOOL CARNIVAL 10
October 26, 1961 COMMUNITY SPIRIT AND LABOR INVOLVED IN BUILDING OF ROSE HILL CLUBHOUSE 10
October 26, 1961 POPULATION SURGE TO WORK FOR MRS CATHCART 1
October 26, 1961 ADVANCING HORDE (PHOTO OF HALLOWEEN CHILDREN) 1
October 26, 1961 JUANITA GOBLIN POPULATION ON UPSWING 2
October 26, 1961 HOUGHTON'S NEW TRAFFIC ORDINANCE "SPELLS OUT" REGULATIONS 1
October 26, 1961 BURGLARIES NEW SLIM RETURN 5
October 26, 1961 HOUGHTON'S NEW TRAFFIC ORDINANCE "SPELLS OUT" REGULATIONS 1
October 26, 1961 POLICE RUMOR ERRONEOUS 5
October 26, 1961 ROBBERY HERE CLEARED BY ARREST OF MAN 2
October 26, 1961 STEVENSON DEMANDS DISCLOSURE 1
October 26, 1961 BODEN, NELS 2
October 26, 1961 DIEW, KATHERINE P 3
October 26, 1961 ROSFORD, IRENE LOUELLA 2
October 26, 1961 REASSESSMENT WON FOR NINE ES PARCELS 1
October 26, 1961 COMMUNITY SPIRIT AND LABOR INVOLVED IN BUILDING OF ROSE HILL CLUBHOUSE 10
October 26, 1961 BRIDGE TRAFFIC UP 8 PERCENT 12
October 26, 1961 STATE OKS NEW ROUTE INTO KIRKLAND VIA 2-D HIGHWAY 1
October 26, 1961 BUSINESS OFFICE CHANGE TOLD BY PHONE COMPANY 14
November 2, 1961 FREE! WIN YOUR OWN FALLOUT SHELTER (AD FOR TRADEWELL) 2
November 2, 1961 KIRKLAND ARTIST WINS FIRST PRIZE IN CELLAR GALLERY SHOW (MARTIN, GERL) 1
November 2, 1961 ANNE GLEASON NEVER NETS HEADLINES SO HERE'S ONE 6
November 2, 1961 EXCHANGE STUDENT WRITES OF LIFE IN SWITZERLAND (FALKNER, PAM) 10
November 2, 1961 NO REGRETS, BUT DICK NYQUIST WOULDN'T DO 30 YEARS FOR CITY AGAIN 1
November 2, 1961 BRIDLE TRAILS SEEKS VOTE DATE ANYWAY 1
November 2, 1961 COMMISSIONERS' BRIDLE TRAILS ACTION COULD CURB INCORPORATION TREND 1
November 2, 1961 JAYCEES HIT FOUNTAIN CRITICISM 3
November 2, 1961 HARTSHORN ADDS COLOR TV SETS 2
November 2, 1961 MERCHANTS TELL OF SALE OUTCOME 3
November 2, 1961 FREE! WIN YOUR OWN FALLOUT SHELTER (AD FOR TRADEWELL) 2
November 2, 1961 COMMISSIONERS' BRIDLE TRAILS ACTION COULD CURB INCORPORATION TREND 1
November 2, 1961 KIRKLAND'S FUTURE GROWTH TOPS OF TOWN MEETING 1
November 2, 1961 FIRSTGRADERS DISCOVER FUN OF SCATTERING PODS 2
November 2, 1961 JUNIORS USE ARABIAN NIGHTS DECORATIONS FOR PROM 11
November 2, 1961 KIRKLAND JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS ASK FOR RENEWED EMPHASIS ON CONDUCT 6
November 2, 1961 LAKE WASHINGTON PIONEERS AUTOMATED ACHIEVEMENT TEST SCORING SYSTEM 6
November 2, 1961 KIRKLAND LAKE CLEAN UP MOVE SLOW, NOT STOPPED 2
November 2, 1961 CHESTER GREEN TO HOST MEYDENBAUER CLUB BALL 8
November 2, 1961 BIXBY, ROBERT 2
November 2, 1961 FLOREY, SHIRLEY 2
November 2, 1961 JOHNSON, JOHN ERAK 3
November 2, 1961 NEILSEN, HAROLD 3
November 2, 1961 WHITE, HARVEY 8
November 2, 1961 JUANITA REALTY TO HANDLE NEW LINDA PARK HOMES 10
November 2, 1961 MARYMOOR SHOULD BE FOR PARK SAYS WALLACE 2
November 2, 1961 NORTHLAKE UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP FORMED FOR KIRKLAND, BOTHELL, REDMOND 11
November 2, 1961 STREET LIGHTS SEEN FOR ROSE HILL 2
November 2, 1961 ZONING QUESTION-ANSWER MEETS SET FOR ROSE HILL 1
November 2, 1961 STREET LIGHTS SEEN FOR ROSE HILL 2
November 2, 1961 MARCELLA EDWARDS, BUD PERRIGO 10
November 2, 1961 PEGGY GRAVES, FRANK GARBARINO 10
November 9, 1961 MAYTAG COIN-O-MATIC LAUNDRY -- GRAND OPENING 12
November 9, 1961 RETIRED TEACHER LEAVES WITH MEMORIES OF 1000 PUPILS (CASE, ALICE) 1
November 9, 1961 STUDENT VIOLINIST TO TOUR EUROPE WITH ORCHESTRA 9
November 9, 1961 RADIO TOWER PLANS OK'D 11
November 9, 1961 NEW POST OFFICE (PHOTO) 1
November 9, 1961 YOUTH DIES OF ACCIDENT WITH GUN (MEYER, HAROLD LYNN) 1
November 9, 1961 CHAMBER COMMITTEE TO WORK WITH CITY ON CENTER, PLANNING 1
November 9, 1961 250 TURN OUT FOR KIRKLAND ANNEXATION QUESTION-ANSWER MEET 1
November 9, 1961 ANNEXATION VOTING CLEARED UP, LATE HOUR REGISTRATION SET 2
November 9, 1961 BIGGER VOICE IN LOCAL RULE LISTED AS ADVANTAGE TO ANNEXATION 2
November 9, 1961 FOUR REZONES TO BE HEARD FOR KIRKLAND 6
November 9, 1961 GO SOUTH TO IMPROVE YOUR SPANISH (HANSEN / PILLIARD / SECRIST) 5
November 9, 1961 RETIRED TEACHER LEAVES WITH MEMORIES OF 1000 PUPILS (CASE, ALICE) 1
November 9, 1961 SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS ANNOUNCE SCHOOL PROGRAM 12
November 9, 1961 WALT SEABLOOM NAMED REDMOND HIGH PRINCIPAL 1
November 9, 1961 TAR BALL, PADDLEFOOT TO STAR AT MINSTREL SHOW 1
November 9, 1961 FIRE TRUCK PURCHASE APPROVED 1
November 9, 1961 THREE STORY HIGH TREE HOUSE BURNS (BOYCE, JIM) 1
November 9, 1961 CITY OKAYS NO PARKING METERS 1
November 9, 1961 AUTO THEFTS CLEARED HERE 6
November 9, 1961 KIRKLAND MAN CHARGED (HAAS, GLEN W) 2
November 9, 1961 ELSON, VANIA LEROY 3
November 9, 1961 JOHNSON, CAROLINE AMELIA 3
November 9, 1961 MEYER, HAROLD LYNN 1
November 9, 1961 VETERAN GROUP DUTIES, ADVANTAGES TOLD BY LINCOLN KAISER 11
November 9, 1961 48TH DISTRICT DEMOS STRONGEST IN COUNTY, REPUBLICANS TOO! 11
November 9, 1961 DEMO CHIEF WARNS AGAINST REDISTRICTING BATTLE 11
November 9, 1961 NEW POST OFFICE (PHOTO) 1
November 9, 1961 UNUSED CITY PROPERTY AUCTIONED FOR $23000 1
November 9, 1961 KIRKLAND PEE WEES EARN COUNTY FOOTBALL TITLE 4
November 9, 1961 LEE AIMS FOR EAST SIDE WATER BALLETS 4
November 9, 1961 ODE TO A KRUMPLED KANGAROO 4
November 9, 1961 COMMISSION LAYS GROUND FOR 'NO CHANGE' HILL ZONING 1
November 9, 1961 NEW GROWTH FOR ROSE HILL (PHOTO OF WATER MAIN) 2
November 9, 1961 CITY OKAYS NO PARKING METERS 1
November 9, 1961 CITY TO RETURN MONEY TO STATE FOR NEW ACCESS 1
November 9, 1961 EAST BRIDGE APPROACH BID OPENING SET 1
November 9, 1961 HEARING DATE SET FOR PROPOSED 114TH AVE NE IMPROVEMENT 14
November 9, 1961 NEW GROWTH FOR ROSE HILL (PHOTO OF WATER MAIN) 2
November 9, 1961 BONNIE KNOWES, TOM BILY 8
November 16, 1961 BIBLE COLLEGE PLANS TWO NE BUILDINGS 1
November 16, 1961 NEW ROSE HILL SCHOOL MAY HOLD SURPRISES FOR PUPIL 2
November 16, 1961 ROSE HILL BAPTIST EXPECTS TO TRIPLE ATTENDANCE 5
November 16, 1961 OVERLAKE ANNEXATION MIGHT HELP REDMOND'S BRIDGE LINK DRIVE 2
November 16, 1961 WATER IS AVAILABLE FRO GROWTH HERE 1
November 16, 1961 CLASSES AT STEWART SCHOOL OPEN 14
November 16, 1961 EVEN KINDERGARDENERS DO ARITHMETIC (NEW MATH) 7
November 16, 1961 GO SLOW ON TEACHER MERIT PAY CITIZEN'S COUNCIL TOLD  MONDAY 1
November 16, 1961 NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE ELECTS OFFICERS 3
November 16, 1961 RECOGNITION NOTED FOR PE PROGRAM 4
November 16, 1961 SENIOR CLASS CHOOSES "OUR TOWN" FOR PLAY 14
November 16, 1961 KIWANIANS MIX PAST-PRESENT MERRIMENT HERE (MINSTREL SHOW) 1
November 16, 1961 SWEET ADELINES PREPARE FOR BARBERSHOP PARADE 8
November 16, 1961 COUNCILMAN'S ABSENCE NOTED (SHELTON, MERRILL) 1
November 16, 1961 CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS DUE IN CITY 1
November 16, 1961 CATEGORY TO PERMIT MARINE LAB ON WATER NOT IN HOUGHTON'S ZONING 1
November 16, 1961 HOUGHTON'S FINANCES 'GOOD' TREASURER SAYS 1
November 16, 1961 FALK SEES CRIME REPORTING PROGRESS 1
November 16, 1961 OBJECT LESSON VIOLENT, BUT DIRECTLY TO THE POINT 1
November 16, 1961 TINY GIRL VICTIM APPEALS FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS FUND (JATON, TAMARA) 8
November 16, 1961 DUFF, JOHN TODD 3
November 16, 1961 ROSTERN, ELISA JOSEPHINE 12
November 16, 1961 SCHAFER, JOHN 1
November 16, 1961 BROWNIE GROUP TAKES NUMBER OF FORMER GROUP 10
November 16, 1961 REDISTRICTING WOULD GIVE EAST SIDE EQUAL VOTE IN LEGISLATURE 2
November 16, 1961 KANGAROOS TAKE UNDISPUTED HOLD ON KINGCO TITLE 4
November 16, 1961 WOODS PROMISES POOL ACTION IF- 2
November 16, 1961 METHODISTS START VISITS THIS WEEK 6
November 16, 1961 NAZARENE PASTOR TO HEAD SCHOOL STUDY (PARROTT, LESLIE) 6
November 16, 1961 ROSE HILL PIE (MAP OF PROPOSED ANNEXATIONS) 5
November 16, 1961 114TH AVE IMPROVEMENT APPROVED 1
November 16, 1961 COMMISSION ASKS NO PARKING ZONE 1
November 16, 1961 NEW HOUGHTON LINK WITH2ND LAKE BRIDGE TO BE OPENED 1
November 16, 1961 THE DIP (PHOTO OF HOUGHTON-NORTHRUP HILL) 1
November 16, 1961 TELEPHONE COMPANY OPERATOR RETIRES (CALVIN, MARIAN L) 5
November 16, 1961 WATER IS AVAILABLE FRO GROWTH HERE 1
November 16, 1961 JONLEE C REPIR, GARY L STUBENRAUCH 8
November 23, 1961 ADVENTISTS LAUNCH DRIVE FOR SCHOOL 2
November 23, 1961 CURTAIN TIME SET SATURDAY FOR BARBERSHOP SINGERS 4
November 23, 1961 INTRODUCING YOUR NEIGHBOR - AND SOMEDAY LIFESAVER AND HOMESAVER 6
November 23, 1961 STATE TO BUY HOUGHTON'S BONDS AT 4% 3
November 23, 1961 KIRKLAND OPA OFFICE CLOSES TUESDAY, RECORDS TO GO TO SEATTLE 3
November 30, 1961 DRAMATIC MURAL IS ARTISTS CONCEPT OF WORLD PEACE (STUBNER, MRS FRED) 11
November 30, 1961 HOUGHTON ARTIST SCHEDULES STUDIO OPEN HOUSE HOURS (SAMI (STUBNER)) 14
November 30, 1961 BILL DENHOLM NAMED TO ALL STATE GRID SQUAD 2
November 30, 1961 GONZAGA QUARTERBACK (1910) WINS CONTEST (ROBERTS, JOHN A) 1
November 30, 1961 GRANDFATHER AGREES TO FIRST STORE-BOUGHT HAIRCUT IN 15 YRS (STEINBRINK) 1
November 30, 1961 ADVENTISTS PLEDGE MORE MONEY THAN QUOTA FOR SCHOOL EXPANSION 12
November 30, 1961 DRAMATIC MURAL IS ARTISTS CONCEPT OF WORLD PEACE (STUBNER, MRS FRED) 11
November 30, 1961 ADVENTISTS PLEDGE MORE MONEY THAN QUOTA FOR SCHOOL EXPANSION 12
November 30, 1961 ANNEXATION FOES PLAN FACT FINDING 2
November 30, 1961 CLOUD OF UNCERTAINTY HOVERS OVER REDMOND ANNEXATIONS 2
November 30, 1961 COUNCILMAN COUNTERS ANNEXATION ARGUMENTS 1
November 30, 1961 ADULT CLASSES SHOW UNEXPECTED GROWTH IN SCHOOL DISTRICT 4
November 30, 1961 CAST NAMED FOR LAKE WASHINGTON DEC 1-2 SCHOOL PLAY PRODUCTION 5
November 30, 1961 KIRKLAND JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS DISCOVER SCHOOL RATES HIGH 4
November 30, 1961 NEARLY 18% OF STUDENT BODY MAKES HONOR ROLL 3
November 30, 1961 SCIENCE INTEREST ON UPSWING, AS NEW METHODS USED IN LAKE WASHINGTON 4
November 30, 1961 TEARS FILL EYES OF GIRL AND TEACHER'S HAPPY (PRODUCTION OF 'OUR TOWN') 5
November 30, 1961 BARBARA HARDENBROOK, ERNEST JOHN GUILLAME JR 8
November 30, 1961 DARLENE MARIE PERRY, PHILLIP E RENANDO 8
November 30, 1961 CAST NAMED FOR LAKE WASHINGTON DEC 1-2 SCHOOL PLAY PRODUCTION 5
November 30, 1961 COUNCILMAN COUNTERS ANNEXATION ARGUMENTS 1
November 30, 1961 COUNCILMEN TALK ABOUT LEAKS, PARKS, SQUAWKS, ARTS, PAY, TAX AND SALES 7
November 30, 1961 HOLIDAYS AHEAD ANTICIPATED AT CHRISTMAS BAZAARS IN KIRKLAND THIS WEEK 10
November 30, 1961 KIRKLAND DONS CHRISTMAS FINERY TO WELCOME YOU 1
November 30, 1961 COUNCILMAN ABSENT WHEN ROLL CALLED (SHELTON, MERRILL) 7
November 30, 1961 HOUGHTON STOPS THROUGH TRUCKS 1
November 30, 1961 BURGLARS HIT SCHOOLS, TAKE LITTLE 4
November 30, 1961 CROOKS WON'T LAST VERY LONG AT KIRKLAND'S PAPER SHUFFLING POLICE 1
November 30, 1961 EYE DOCTOR OPENS OFFICE IN KIRKLAND (COYLE, DR J TERRANCE) 9
November 30, 1961 DUTCHER, MARY 6
November 30, 1961 KEIFFER, WILLIAM 7
November 30, 1961 QUARLES, POLLY 2
November 30, 1961 SMITH, NAIMA MATHILDA 6
November 30, 1961 STIRMAN, JAMES KEITH 7
November 30, 1961 SYSE, CARRIE 9
November 30, 1961 WOODHAMS, MILDRED NORA 9
November 30, 1961 WRIGHT, IVY 6
November 30, 1961 KIRKLAND RIDERS CORRAL AREA AWARDS AT ANNUAL BANQUET 10
November 30, 1961 HOUGHTON STOPS THROUGH TRUCKS 1
November 30, 1961 NORTHRUP LINK OPENED, NE 53RD, 58TH NOT CLOSED 1
November 30, 1961 SEATTLE FIRM TO BUILD APPROACH 1
November 30, 1961 PEGGY LOU GRAVES, FRANK L GARBARINO 8
December 7, 1961 CELLAR GALLERY TO FEATURE WORKS OF THREE ARTISTS 1
December 7, 1961 SCHOOLS ADOPT CIVIL DEFENSE PLANS TO DUCK AND HIDE OR RUN HOME 1
December 7, 1961 ANNEXATION'S MEANING TOLD BY COUNTY, CITY OFFICIALS 10
December 7, 1961 MAJORITY SATISFIED WITH COUNTY, DECLARE ANNEXATION FOES 10
December 7, 1961 PRO AND CON ARGUMENTS AIRED ON PROPOSED ANNEXATION VOTE DEC 12 1
December 7, 1961 PROPOSED ANNEXATIONS (MAP) 10
December 7, 1961 PROPOSED NEW RURAL ZONING DESIGNED TO NUDGE DESTINY MORE FORCEFULLY 11
December 7, 1961 TYPICAL FAMILY CAN LIVE CHEAPER IN KIRKLAND THAN IN NEARBY COUNTY 10
December 7, 1961 GIRLS OUTNUMBER BOYS AGAIN ON HONOR ROLL 4
December 7, 1961 JUNIOR HIGHS UNDER SCRUTINY 1
December 7, 1961 HONIE BOBETTA MACARTHUR, ROBERT GIES 8
December 7, 1961 JUDITH ANN BURNETT, JOHN WILLIAM KRAUSSER JR 8
December 7, 1961 BETTER FIRE RATING DUE GOLLOFON SAYS 6
December 7, 1961 COUNCIL RELEARNS OLD MAXIM ABOUT HOW YOU CAN'T KEEP PEOPLE HAPPY 5
December 7, 1961 KIRKLAND'S RECORD EXCELLENT 1
December 7, 1961 SANTA COMES TO KIRKLAND, $50 TO BE GIVEN AWAY 1
December 7, 1961 NEW KIRKLAND FIRM TO SHIP COATING (MOISTURE CONTROL OF THE NORTHWEST) 3
December 7, 1961 BURGLARIES LINKED BY FALK TO EAST SIDE CRIME FRATERNITY 7
December 7, 1961 MRS SMITH CAN'T EVEN STEAL TIME TO READ FROM HER RECORD SETTING LIBRARY 1
December 7, 1961 CHAPMAN, ADELBERT ULYSSES 5
December 7, 1961 FOLLAND, MINNIE 6
December 7, 1961 MCCORMACK, IVA MARY 6
December 7, 1961 MURPHY, BERTON 10
December 7, 1961 SCHRIER, JOHN 6
December 7, 1961 NORWAY SONS TO OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY 7
December 7, 1961 MAIL EARLY CAMPAIGN IS LAGGING 1
December 7, 1961 ROSE HILL COMMUNITY CLUB FAVORS ANNEXATION TO CITY 10
December 7, 1961 2-D CALLED DANGEROUS HIGHWAY 3
December 7, 1961 BOMB SHELTERS? (LETTER ABOUT POTHOLES IN STREETS) 2
December 7, 1961 METRO DIRECTOR SEES SEWER BREAKTHROUGH IN 1962 1
December 7, 1961 JUDITH ANN BRISCOTTI, EDMOND PATEE 8
December 14, 1961 HARRY CROW TO TAKE UP WANDERING AFTER 27 YEARS OF CITY SERVICE 1
December 14, 1961 JOB'S DAUGHTER INSTALL (LESETH, JOANNE) 8
December 14, 1961 QUINTO SEES OPPORTUNITY (DEVITIS, QUINTO) 5
December 14, 1961 SWISS FATHER READS JOURNAL ADVERTISING FOR ENJOYMENT (FALKNER, PAM) 7
December 14, 1961 KIRKLAND FIREHALL NOTED AS STANDOUT 5
December 14, 1961 ST LUKE'S PARKING LOT PAVED 8
December 14, 1961 A LUCKY KIRKLAND SHOPPER WILL BE $75 RICHER FRIDAY 1
December 14, 1961 ARCHITECT NAMED C-C PRESIDENT (CUMMINGS, HARRY) 1
December 14, 1961 KIRKLAND'S TEEN CANTEEN SUGGESTED FOR BELLEVUE 4
December 14, 1961 ROSE HILL VOTES EMPHATIC NO ON THREE ANNEXATIONS 1
December 14, 1961 CITIZEN'S ADVISORY COUNCIL NOT TIED TO SCHOOL BOARD 6
December 14, 1961 DROPOUTS AT HIGH SCHOOL OFTEN RETURN 11
December 14, 1961 JUNIOR HIGH SINGERS TO APPEAR OVER TV 10
December 14, 1961 DOROTHY JO MOCK, JAN SLADE OBERG 8
December 14, 1961 LANDMARKS OF CHANGE (PHOTO OF SEEDLING IN OLD GROWTH STUMP) 6
December 14, 1961 HOUGHTON TO HOST FIREMEN 1
December 14, 1961 KIRKLAND FIREHALL NOTED AS STANDOUT 5
December 14, 1961 WHERE'S FIRE? THATAWAY! WHICHAWAY! T'OTHERWAY! 1
December 14, 1961 JOURNAL ASKS OPEN QUESTIONS OF KIRKLAND COUNCIL CANDIDATES 2
December 14, 1961 KIRKLAND FINANCIAL PICTURE BEST IN YEARS SAYS COUNCIL CANDIDATE 1
December 14, 1961 BREATH OF LIFE (PHOTO OF NEW OXYGEN PIPING IN HOSPITAL) 11
December 14, 1961 HOUGHTON COUNCILMEN CONSIDER TRAILERS AT LENGTH WITH INTERRUPTIONS 10
December 14, 1961 HOUGHTON TO HOST FIREMEN 1
December 14, 1961 WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT (PHOTO OF BULKHEAD WORK) 1
December 14, 1961 JUNIOR HIGH SINGERS TO APPEAR OVER TV 10
December 14, 1961 BORGFORD, ARTHUR ELMER 6
December 14, 1961 BUSROE, MARY CATHRIN 6
December 14, 1961 GILBERT, ARNOLD 6
December 14, 1961 MCNARY, A B 1
December 14, 1961 NAFTZGER, EVA M 1
December 14, 1961 PALEN, FRANK 11
December 14, 1961 REID, DAVID 11
December 14, 1961 TRAPP, BASIL 6
December 14, 1961 ENGINEERS TO FORM GROUP HERE 3
December 14, 1961 ONE CANDIDATE DEFINITELY IN RACE; FOUR SEATS OPEN 6
December 14, 1961 CHANGES TOLD FOR BIBLE COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 14
December 14, 1961 ROSE HILL VOTES EMPHATIC NO ON THREE ANNEXATIONS 1
December 14, 1961 SIX YEAR STREET PLAN TO BE AIRED DEC 18 1
December 14, 1961 BIG PIPE (PHOTO) 5
December 14, 1961 SMOKING DOWNSPOUTS MAY LEAD TO DEATH OF BAN 1
December 14, 1961 DADDY, SNOW! 1
December 14, 1961 NAOMALEE SWIGART, THOMAS ENDRES 8
December 21, 1961 JOHN DANZ THEATRE - GRAND OPENING 6
December 21, 1961 KIRKLAND GIRL TO SING ON TV (BECKLUND, LINDA) 8
December 21, 1961 'LET GEORGE DO IT" ATTITUDE GAINING GROUND IN USA (BREWER, JOHN) 1
December 21, 1961 COURT RESURRECTS BRIDLE TRAILS CITY MOVE 11
December 21, 1961 PRICE SET ON CIVIC CENTER; LIBRARY TALKS OF NEW BUILDING AT CITY COUNCIL 7
December 21, 1961 EPISCOPALIANS PLAN EXPANSION 11
December 21, 1961 LUCKY KIRKLAND SHOPPER TO WIN $100 FRIDAY EVE 1
December 21, 1961 THEATER BUSINESS IS GOOD BUSINESS, ESPECIALLY ON EAST SIDE 13
December 21, 1961 SILVERNALE NAMED CITY'S DIMES CHIEF 5
December 21, 1961 STUDENTS HERE PROVIDE TOYS THROUGH JUNIOR RED CROSS 6
December 21, 1961 PARENTS BACK CONTINUING STRUGGLE TO PREPARE HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 11
December 21, 1961 HOW TO HANDLE 'HOT' ISSUES STUDIED 1
December 21, 1961 PAMELA LYNCH, BERNARD LEVINTHAL 8
December 21, 1961 THEATER BUSINESS IS GOOD BUSINESS, ESPECIALLY ON EAST SIDE 13
December 21, 1961 THAT BIRD IS BUGGING HIM AGAIN (HENDRY, JAMES) 1
December 21, 1961 PRICE SET ON CIVIC CENTER; LIBRARY TALKS OF NEW BUILDING AT CITY COUNCIL 7
December 21, 1961 CHRISTMAS TRAIL SPONSORS DECORATE REST SHELTER TO SET EXAMPLE 1
December 21, 1961 SANTA HARD PUT TO UNSELL HIMSELF HERE 1
December 21, 1961 HOUGHTON STREET HEARING ANNOUNCED FOR JANUARY 2
December 21, 1961 HOUGHTON TO USE RADAR EQUIPMENT 13
December 21, 1961 HOUGHTON TO USE RADAR EQUIPMENT 13
December 21, 1961 TWO PROMOTED TO SERGEANT ON KIRKLAND POLICE FORCE 5
December 21, 1961 PRICE SET ON CIVIC CENTER; LIBRARY TALKS OF NEW BUILDING AT CITY COUNCIL 7
December 21, 1961 NEW CLINIC FOLLOWS TREND MANAGER SAYS 7
December 21, 1961 RECRUITER ANNOUNCES HOURS HERE 9
December 21, 1961 FLETCH, BERGA 3
December 21, 1961 KIRTLEY, DONALD BURT 3
December 21, 1961 VENEMA, WILLIAM 2
December 21, 1961 FOUR FILE FOR COUNCIL POSITIONS 1
December 21, 1961 KIRKLANDER'S BOOK SELLS (COWAN, C S - 'THE ENEMY IS FIRE') 3
December 21, 1961 CHURCH ARTICLES ON CHRISTMAS 12
December 21, 1961 EVERGREEN START (PHOTO OF BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION) 14
December 21, 1961 HOUGHTON STREET HEARING ANNOUNCED FOR JANUARY 2
December 21, 1961 KIRKLAND AREA SLATED FOR 2 ROADS IN SIX YEARS 11
December 21, 1961 STATE HIGHWAY OFFICIALS HEAR UNANIMOUS ENDORSEMENT OF ACCESS 1
December 28, 1961 ART CENTER PLAN NEEDS SUPPORT, INTEREST 1
December 28, 1961 HISTORY REVOLVES LIKE ONE OF ELIOT FLETCHER'S OLD GRAMAPHONE DISCS 9
December 28, 1961 KIRKLANDER WANTS TOILET PAPER TUBES (NUCKOLIS, CHUCK) 5
December 28, 1961 RIGGS (JEROME) NAMED TO WHO'S WHO 10
December 28, 1961 NO EXEMPTIONS BUT OTHER REWARDS FOR FIRST BABY 1
December 28, 1961 REPEAT PERFORMANCE (PHOTO OF JUNIOR HIGH XMAS DECORATIONS) 1
December 28, 1961 HOUSE MOVING (PHOTO) 1
December 28, 1961 IDAHO GUEST WINS $100 PRIZE MONEY (LAWYER, NELL) 3
December 28, 1961 41 KIRKLAND AREA FAMILIES RECEIVE CHRISTMAS BASKETS 1
December 28, 1961 BETTER THAN CLAY! (PHOTOS OF KAY SULLIVAN, ROBIN SALVAGE, CINDY CORBIN) 7
December 28, 1961 EAST SIDE TO GAIN FROM PROPORTIONAL PLAN 5
December 28, 1961 JUANITA GROWTH SEEN 5
December 28, 1961 KIRKLAND PLANS TO TAKE OVER NO-MAN'S LAND STRIP 1
December 28, 1961 JUDITH ANN VAN-CLEVE, RALPH WARREN HOLM 8
December 28, 1961 KIRKLAND SOUND, NOT FLUSH 2
December 28, 1961 CHRISTMAS TRAIL ENTRY WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED 1
December 28, 1961 HOLIDAY CHEER (PHOTO OF GERALD MCAULIFFE HOME) 1
December 28, 1961 JUANITA GROWTH SEEN 5
December 28, 1961 CHECK PASSER ALERT SYSTEM PLANNED 1
December 28, 1961 THREE BOOKED FOR BURGLARY HERE 1
December 28, 1961 ARNESON, CHRIS 4
December 28, 1961 JOHNSON, DAVID 3
December 28, 1961 REMMEN, CONRAD 4
December 28, 1961 NEW FILINGS ASSURE THREE KIRKLAND CITY COUNCIL RACES 1
December 28, 1961 PRECINCT CHANGES COMING HERE 9
December 28, 1961 SKIING GAINS POPULARITY IN KIRKLAND 4
December 28, 1961 UNITARIAN PASTOR TO SPEAK (SPRING, CHADBOURNE) 12
December 28, 1961 TIME OF DECISION IN URBAN-SUBURBAN AREA IS UPON US, JAMES ELLIS SAYS 2
December 28, 1961 SPEED LIMIT CUT POSSIBLE 9
December 28, 1961 JANICE ORDAL, NORMAN GILMORE 8
December 28, 1961 JOAN PETERSON WILLS, JOHN MARTIN WATSON 8
December 28, 1961 JOYCE FISK, FRED RADLOFF 8
January 4, 1962 COURTNEY PROMOTED TO BANK VP 1
January 4, 1962 CHAIRMAN OF COUNCIL ON AGING WANTS ... (SHERWOOD, DR K K) 1
January 4, 1962 KNITTING ART NOT LIMITED TO WOMEN PATIENT DISCOVERS (ALLEN, CLARENCE) 1
January 4, 1962 FORMER TEACHER TO SIERRA LEONE (ARKLEY, ALFRED M) 4
January 4, 1962 FIRST BABY OF YEAR HERE IS PARENTS' 3RD DAUGHTER (KINNEBURGH, BECKI) 1
January 4, 1962 MERCHANTS FIND FRIENDLY PEOPLE CONGREGATE AT LAKEVIEW CENTER 5
January 4, 1962 ROSE HILL IS ROSE HILL IS ROSE HILL IS ROSE HILL (SCHOOL NAME) 1
January 4, 1962 MERCHANTS FIND FRIENDLY PEOPLE CONGREGATE AT LAKEVIEW CENTER 5
January 4, 1962 CHAIRMEN NAMED TO ASSIST IN KIRKLAND'S DIMES DRIVE 10
January 4, 1962 COMMUNISM SCHOOL SLATED 4
January 4, 1962 OVERLAKE ANNEXATION VOTE DUE 3
January 4, 1962 SCHOOL BUDGET TO BE COUNCIL TOPIC JAN 8 3
January 4, 1962 ENROLLMENT JUMPS 68% IN LAKE WASHINGTON ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM 6
January 4, 1962 ADEQUATE COUNSELING TERMED KEY VALUE TO JUNIOR HIGH 7
January 4, 1962 CHARLENE LOU TAYLOR, LESTER H QUEENER 8
January 4, 1962 ACTION EXPECTED ON SAMMAMISH DRAINAGE 2
January 4, 1962 TWO FIRES CAUSE MAJOR DAMAGE HERE (CORVEY / HOLLISTER) 1
January 4, 1962 TAX LEVIES TO GO UP AGAIN IN FOUR CITIES 1
January 4, 1962 FOUR WAY, THREE WAY COUNCIL RACES ENSURE PRIMARY RUNOFF 1
January 4, 1962 KIRKLAND JAYCEES TELL LIGHTING PLAN, THANKS 10
January 4, 1962 COUNCIL HEARS TWO STEP PLAN 2
January 4, 1962 KIRKLAND POLICE TO WAIT FOR PUNCHBOARD POLICY 6
January 4, 1962 JUSTICE DISTRICT PLAN TO HAVE TWO BENEFITS 6
January 4, 1962 HAGA, HILMA 4
January 4, 1962 NIEMALA, ANNA BIETA 4
January 4, 1962 CONWAY, FRANCIS 4
January 4, 1962 ELKS PLAN TO MOVE HERE 1
January 4, 1962 KIRKLAND JAYCEES TELL LIGHTING PLAN, THANKS 10
January 4, 1962 WOMAN'S CLUB TO CELEBRATE 42ND BIRTHDAY 8
January 4, 1962 FOUR WAY, THREE WAY COUNCIL RACES ENSURE PRIMARY RUNOFF 1
January 4, 1962 EAST SIDE COUNCIL SEEKS READER OPINIONS ON PARK (MARYMOOR) 1
January 4, 1962 ROSE HILL IS ROSE HILL IS ROSE HILL IS ROSE HILL (SCHOOL NAME) 1
January 4, 1962 WESTBOUND TRAFFIC TOPS 3
January 4, 1962 TELEPHONE CO WILL NOT CHANGE OFFICE NUMBER 9
January 4, 1962 SHIELA RAY HART, ROBERT CORY STROBE 8
January 11, 1962 KIRKLANDERS PAY UP EASY 3
January 11, 1962 MYRON RICHARDS SINGS HIS CHILDREN TO SLEEP WITH BALLADS AND A GUITAR 7
January 11, 1962 COUPLE TO TRAVEL TRAILER FASHION (CROW, HARRY AND LUCILLE) 9
January 11, 1962 MISS HARNISH ON TOUR WITH ORCHESTRA 9
January 11, 1962 SCOUT CHOSEN FOR FILM PART (OLSON, VIC) 10
January 11, 1962 SCOUT CHOSEN FOR FILM PART (OLSON, VIC) 10
January 11, 1962 BRIDLE TRAILS FUTURE MURKY 2
January 11, 1962 KIRKLAND BUILDING TOTALS TOP 1960, SET RECORD 2
January 11, 1962 CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL PLANS TOLD 12
January 11, 1962 AREA'S OLDEST BUILDING TO BE RESTORED - PETER KIRK BUILDING 1
January 11, 1962 ACTION STALLED IN LAKE APARTMENTS IN HOUGHTON 1
January 11, 1962 OPEN HOUSE AT JUANITA (LINDA PARK DEVELOPMENT) 2
January 11, 1962 DUN AND BRADSTREET RATINGS GIVEN FOR 194 BUSINESSES HERE 10
January 11, 1962 KIRKLANDER HELPS ANTI-RED SCHOOL (BENNETT, J B) 2
January 11, 1962 KIRKLAND GROWTH PLAN PROBABLY PUT OFF AGAIN 5
January 11, 1962 REDUCED SCHOOL MILLAGE SUGGESTED BY CITIZENS ADVISORY COUNCIL HERE 1
January 11, 1962 SPEED READING, PUBLIC AFFAIRS CLASSES OFFERED 2
January 11, 1962 LEGISLATORS TO SEE HOW LAKE WASHINGTON DOES IT 2
January 11, 1962 SANDRA PICKRELL, PATRICK ALEXANDER 8
January 11, 1962 BETH TAYLOR, WILLIAM MARTIN HOWE JR 8
January 11, 1962 FIRE DISTRICT 41: GOLLOFON OUSTED AS CHIEF 1
January 11, 1962 KIRKLAND COUNCIL TALKS ANNEXATIONS, BACKHOES, WATER SHUTOFFS, SARCASM 1
January 11, 1962 ACTION STALLED IN LAKE APARTMENTS IN HOUGHTON 1
January 11, 1962 INDUSTRIAL PARK (SKETCH OF PAR-MAC INDUSTRIAL PARK) 5
January 11, 1962 OPEN HOUSE AT JUANITA (LINDA PARK DEVELOPMENT) 2
January 11, 1962 OSCILLATING LAKE CAUSES TIDE OF MUDDY NOTIONS AS TO CAUSE 1
January 11, 1962 $400 TAKEN IN BURGLARY (LAKEVIEW PHARMACY) 1
January 11, 1962 SAFE CRACKERS HIT BUSINESS (EAST SIDE CREDIT BUREAU) 1
January 11, 1962 BELLEVUEAN TAKES LOCAL POLICE POST (STEELE, DONNA) 1
January 11, 1962 BURGLAR NETS 5 QTS OF OIL 3
January 11, 1962 DONALD, BELLE A 2
January 11, 1962 BRAGG, EMMA M 10
January 11, 1962 NELSON, OLAF AUGUST 10
January 11, 1962 PALMER, EDNA 10
January 11, 1962 NEW ELKS LODGE OPENING DUE IN MARCH 10
January 11, 1962 KIRKLAND LEADS IN CIVIC ELECTION INTEREST 6
January 11, 1962 FIRE, WATER, SEWER DISTRICTS TO ELECT COMMISSIONERS 6
January 11, 1962 POST OFFICE RECEIPTS HERE ON UPGRADE 2
January 11, 1962 FEDERATED CLUBS TO PUSH FOR MARYMOOR PARK PURCHASE IN '62 6
January 11, 1962 CHURCH PLANS FUND CANVASS (ST JOHN'S) 3
January 11, 1962 BIBLE STUDY CLASS HELD IN KIRKLAND (FIRST BAPTIST) 12
January 11, 1962 STERNWHEELER TO PLY SAMMAMISH 6
January 11, 1962 EXPANSION PLANNED BY TELEPHONE FIRM 2
January 11, 1962 EAST SIDE TRUNK SEWER ONE OF FOUR MAJOR METRO STARTS 7
January 11, 1962 SHARON L EGGERS, LAUREN A WESTON 8
January 18, 1962 PETER KIRK BUILDING INITIATED AS ART HOME 1
January 18, 1962 ART CONSULTANT GIVES VIEWS ON BEAUTIFICATION OF CITY 5
January 18, 1962 BEAM UP (PHOT OF CONSTRUCTION AT PAR-MAC INDUSTRIAL PARK) 10
January 18, 1962 52 ROOM SCHOOL SOUGHT 1
January 18, 1962 BUILDINGS APPROVED FOR NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE 1
January 18, 1962 DISTRICT AGREES TO BUY $500,000 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 7
January 18, 1962 COUNCIL PLANS SALE OF CIVIC CENTER - SEEKS $275000 FROM COUNTY 1
January 18, 1962 PETER KIRK BUILDING INITIATED AS ART HOME 1
January 18, 1962 GRAND OPENING SET JAN 19-21 (ENCO SERVICE STATION) 7
January 18, 1962 KIRKLANDER RESCUED FROM HILLSIDE (JOHNSON, DAVE) 1
January 18, 1962 DOUBLE DIME GRANT TAKES UP CHALLENGE (MARCH OF DOMES) 1
January 18, 1962 RECRUITING FOR MOTHERS MARCH GAINS 250 VOLUNTEER WORKERS 8
January 18, 1962 INTEREST INVITED IN HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 9
January 18, 1962 BELLEVUE TO SEEK ROSE HILL SPLIT 7
January 18, 1962 MARY JANE PARKHURST, MICHAEL J HUTNICK 8
January 18, 1962 MARY MARGARET RICKERSON, JOHN RICHARD GRIFFITHS 8
January 18, 1962 FIREMEN TO TRAIN IN HOUGHTON 7
January 18, 1962 COUNCILMEN ASSURE LIGHT PAYMENT, REVISE ORDINANCES, TANGLE OVER PARK 1
January 18, 1962 NEW PLATS ON COUNTY AGENDA 3
January 18, 1962 QUICK LOOK BACK GIVES NEW PERSPECTIVE (1961) 2
January 18, 1962 SHIELA ELVES FILES FOR HOUGHTON SLOT 1
January 18, 1962 TOWN COUNCIL TO STUDY BIDS (114TH AVE) 3
January 18, 1962 BEAM UP (PHOT OF CONSTRUCTION AT PAR-MAC INDUSTRIAL PARK) 10
January 18, 1962 ALLEN, CLARENCE M 2
January 18, 1962 VAN BEBBER, MYRTLE IRENE 10
January 18, 1962 NEW START (PHOTO OF ELKS LODGEMEMBERS) 9
January 18, 1962 BRIDGE PLAYERS WARNED TO PRACTICE FOR TOURNAMENT 8
January 18, 1962 BELLEVUE TO SEEK ROSE HILL SPLIT 7
January 18, 1962 TOWN COUNCIL TO STUDY BIDS (114TH AVE) 3
January 18, 1962 WATER DISTRICT ANNEXING GROWS 6
January 25, 1962 GIRL'S SCIENCE CAREER RECEIVES BOOST IN NATIONAL COMPETITION (LEBENS, K) 1
January 25, 1962 'LAURA MILLER' BID AS NEW SCHOOL NAME (NORTH ROSE HILL) 2
January 25, 1962 AUTO HITS HOUGHTON 10-YEAR OLD (GOSS, ERIC) 1
January 25, 1962 CAVE-IN (PHOTOS OF JOHN NELSON RESCUE) 2
January 25, 1962 STATE LAUNCHES INVESTIGATION OF KIRKLAND DITCH CAVE-IN (NELSON, JOHN) 5
January 25, 1962 DOUBLE DIME'S GANG LEADS; JONESY SNARLS 1
January 25, 1962 BELL RINGERS (PHOTO OF MARCH OF DIMES MOTHERS) 7
January 25, 1962 POPULATION TO EXPLODE 1
January 25, 1962 JUNIOR HIGH LAUNCHES CAREER DAY 7
January 25, 1962 BIBLE COLLEGE BECOMING MORE COSMOPOLITAN 9
January 25, 1962 STEPHANIE M KING, RICHARD RAY ERKENEFF 8
January 25, 1962 CLUBS TO TALK FIRE PROTECTION 2
January 25, 1962 HOUGHTON FILINGS SET RACE 1
January 25, 1962 HOUGHTON CANDIDATES QUERIED 10
January 25, 1962 NEW OFFICERS BEEF UP HIGHWAY COVERAGE 1
January 25, 1962 YOUTHS TAKEN FOR CAR THEFT 1
January 25, 1962 MACKINNON, EVA 2
January 25, 1962 YMCA MEMBERSHIP DRIVE STARTS JAN 28 1
January 25, 1962 RAINBOW GIRLS TO INSTALL (NIKULA, CHERIE) 6
January 25, 1962 PYTHIAN SISTERS INSTALL OFFICERS AT RITE 9
January 25, 1962 HOUGHTON FILINGS SET RACE 1
January 25, 1962 CANDIDATES ANSWER LEAGUE QUERY 1
January 25, 1962 HOUGHTON CANDIDATES QUERIED 10
January 25, 1962 FLYING HORSESHOE WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR GYMKHANA 10
January 25, 1962 BAHA'IS HERE TO HOST AREA CONFERENCE 9
January 25, 1962 'LAURA MILLER' BID AS NEW SCHOOL NAME (NORTH ROSE HILL) 2
January 25, 1962 STATE TO CURB ACCIDENTS ON REDMOND-KIRKLAND HIGHWAY 1
January 25, 1962 SKATING (PHOTO OF SKATERS ON TENNIS COURT) 1
January 25, 1962 LAUREL WILSON, RODNEY TIBBATTS 8
February 1, 1962 DONATION OF TIME AND TALENT ASKED BY CREATIVE ARTS LEAGUE 1
February 1, 1962 CELLAR GALLERY BOARD MEMBERS TO EXHIBIT AT NEW SHOW 10
February 1, 1962 CIVIC CENTER SALE RULES TO BE MET 1
February 1, 1962 MOTHERS MARCH TOPS COUNTY 1
February 1, 1962 COUNCIL TO CELEBRATE PTA FOUNDERS DAY 7
February 1, 1962 SAMMAMISH FLOOD PLAN WORK BEGUN 1
February 1, 1962 ROSE HILL FIRE STATION TO BE TALKED 6
February 1, 1962 PURSE RETURNED AFTER 7 MONTHS 1
February 1, 1962 DRUNK TEST SCHOOL HELD 4
February 1, 1962 HARRY, ANNIE LAURIE 1
February 1, 1962 ARNOLD, ANNA M 7
February 1, 1962 TWO NEW SCOUT GROUPS TO BE SET UP 4
February 1, 1962 AD ALTARE DEI AWARDS TO GO TO 10 SCOUTS HERE 6
February 1, 1962 CAMP FIRE MINTS GO ON SALE 7
February 1, 1962 MAJORITY FAVOR COMMERCIAL CIVIC CENTER 1
February 1, 1962 COUNCIL CANDIDATES ANSWER JOURNAL QUESTION 2
February 1, 1962 CANDIDATES STATEMENTS SHOW THEIR STANDS 5
February 1, 1962 KIRKLAND CANDIDATES SEE GROWTH 9
February 1, 1962 MRS FAY BRIDGE TO DIRECT DUPLICATE BRIDGE PLAY 10
February 1, 1962 FARM FAVORED AS PARK 1
February 1, 1962 ROSE HILL FIRE STATION TO BE TALKED 6
February 1, 1962 PROTECTION OF 2-D GOAL OF GROUP 1
February 1, 1962 LOAD LIMITS APPLIED HERE 9
February 1, 1962 ARLENE ADELE PAPLOW, WILLIAM LESTER BURNS 7
February 8, 1962 ONION SORTING CENTERS IN KIRKLAND (FIELDING, HERMAN J) 6
February 8, 1962 KIRKLANDER SOLVES LAWN SCALPING (LOGAN, LAURENCE E) 1
February 8, 1962 RETIRED ENGINEER CLAIMS NO-DRIVING SAVES WEAR AND TEAR (DIEHM, HARRY) 1
February 8, 1962 KIRKLAND MISS DISCOVERS FRIENDLY PEOPLE ON TOUR (ABEL, LOUISE) 5
February 8, 1962 NEW SCHOOL NAMING SET 1
February 8, 1962 NAME SELECTED FOR COLLEGE CHAPEL 5
February 8, 1962 WATER SHUTOFF HITS SCHOOL 6
February 8, 1962 TRANSFORMATION PLANNED (SKETCH OF PETER KIRK BUILDING) 12
February 8, 1962 NAME SELECTED FOR COLLEGE CHAPEL 5
February 8, 1962 BUSINESS TOPS PREVIOUS YEAR 1
February 8, 1962 CHAMBER SETS CITY FACELIFT 1
February 8, 1962 THIN SILVER'S GANG LEADS KIRKLAND DIMERS 12
February 8, 1962 CONTINUAL MOTION IS PART OF LOCAL TEEN AGE HANGOUT 4
February 8, 1962 BOARD WITHHOLDS EXCUSES FOR ANTI-RED SCHOOL ATTENDANCE 1
February 8, 1962 SHELTER CHECK STARTED HERE 6
February 8, 1962 PREDICT 4 MILLION POPULATION BY YEAR 2000 12
February 8, 1962 BOARD WITHHOLDS EXCUSES FOR ANTI-RED SCHOOL ATTENDANCE 1
February 8, 1962 CHRISTIAN EDUCATION TO BE COLLEGE TOPIC 7
February 8, 1962 SCHOOL ADVISORY COUNCIL TO LEAD LEVY CAMPAIGN 12
February 8, 1962 SANDRA CLAIRE MARTIN, GILBERT PLOTNER JR 8
February 8, 1962 YO-YOS CUT OUT BY SCISSORS AT SCHOOL 11
February 8, 1962 JUANITA RYTHER UNIT PLANS FASHION SHOW 8
February 8, 1962 NEW FIREHALL SOUGHT, OVERALL ALARMS SEEN 1
February 8, 1962 FIREMEN SQUELCH KIRKLAND BLAZE 1
February 8, 1962 OVEN MOVER QUELLS FIRE 3
February 8, 1962 CHIEF SEEKS HOUSES TO BURN, MEN TO BURN THEM 7
February 8, 1962 FIREMEN STOP GRASS FIRE HERE 11
February 8, 1962 COUNCIL LASSOES PARK BOARD 2
February 8, 1962 SEITZ, REBECCA 2
February 8, 1962 SEEGER, ELSIE LOUISE 2
February 8, 1962 PIEHLER, MARY ELIZABETH 7
February 8, 1962 WEIR, BERNICE 12
February 8, 1962 KANGAS, WILLIAM 12
February 8, 1962 SMITH, JENNETTA 12
February 8, 1962 BROWNIES VISIT JOURNAL OFFICE (PHOTO) 10
February 8, 1962 NEW YMCA START POSSIBLE IN '62 1
February 8, 1962 MEN'S CLUB SPEAKER TO TELL HISTORY 9
February 8, 1962 DAV CHAPTER PROPOSED HERE 9
February 8, 1962 CITIZENS TO QUIZ CITY CANDIDATES 1
February 8, 1962 WALLACE SAYS HE WILL RUN AGAIN; TELLS WHY 2
February 8, 1962 COUNCIL CANDIDATES ANSWER 11
February 8, 1962 RESIDENTS OF KIRKLAND AREA DRANK $350,000 WORTH OF LIQUOR IN '61 6
February 8, 1962 REDMOND TO HOST WHEELCHAIRS 4
February 8, 1962 MORGAN LASS TO APPEAR TWICE IN HISTORY MAKING DOG SHOW 7
February 8, 1962 KIRKLAND PARK DEPARTMENT PLANS CHANGES IN PROGRAM 4
February 8, 1962 CHRISTIAN EDUCATION TO BE COLLEGE TOPIC 7
February 8, 1962 ROSE HILL OFFERED DRAINAGE HELP 1
February 8, 1962 TRAFFIC LIGHT BENEFITS RIGHT TURNS 2
February 8, 1962 MAIN BREAK SLOWS HOUGHTON TRAFFIC 3
February 8, 1962 EAST SIDE HIGHWAY MAY BRING WEALTH 7
February 8, 1962 ROSE HILL OFFERED DRAINAGE HELP 1
February 8, 1962 SMOKE BOMBS (PHOTOS OF SMOKE BOMBING OF SEWERS) 1
February 8, 1962 CITY EMPLOYEES ATTACK SEWER PROBLEM 1
February 8, 1962 JUDITH ANN BURNETT, LT JOHN WILLIAM KRAUSER 8
February 15, 1962 SCOUT AWARD GIVEN AT CHURCH (CROWE, RANDY) 2
February 15, 1962 COUNTY MAY AVOID BRIDLE TRAILS SHOWDOWN 5
February 15, 1962 CIVIC CENTER FORGOTTEN IN KIRKLAND CITY COUNCIL RACE 1
February 15, 1962 SALE MAY NET $3 MILLION (CIVIC CENTER) 1
February 15, 1962 CENTER SALE 2 WEEKS OFF 2
February 15, 1962 NEW CHURCHES (PHOTOS OF JUANITA COMMUNITY & METHODIST CHURCHES) 10
February 15, 1962 COMMUNITY TO RECOGNIZE PERSON BEST REPRESENTING BROTHERHOOD 1
February 15, 1962 DIMES NEAR CLOSE, DD WORRIED 3
February 15, 1962 CD ALARM HORNS TO BE BOUGHT 12
February 15, 1962 UNITED PLANNING PROPOSAL TO BE OFFERED GROUP 1
February 15, 1962 JUDY MCDANIELS, GLEN KEITH LANDGUTH 8
February 15, 1962 MARJORIE WEAVER, FREDERICK PUCKETT 8
February 15, 1962 LADDER UP (PHOTOS) 1
February 15, 1962 CITIZENS BACK FACELIFT PLAN 1
February 15, 1962 ZONING PROBLEMS FACE HOUGHTON 2
February 15, 1962 POLICE FIGHT CHECK PASSERS WITH NEW WEAPONS 12
February 15, 1962 DR COYLE JOINS LAKESHORE CLINIC 6
February 15, 1962 WARNER, WALTER 2
February 15, 1962 ENGELBREKT, ANNA 3
February 15, 1962 CIVIC CENTER FORGOTTEN IN KIRKLAND CITY COUNCIL RACE 1
February 15, 1962 LEVY SUPPORTERS FEAR POOR VOTER TURN OUT 1
February 15, 1962 MOVING DAY (PHOTOS OF NEW POST OFFICE) 1
February 15, 1962 ROAD GROUP FLAILS SEATTLE ART CRITIC 1
February 15, 1962 ELAINE COLLINS, JOEL KENNETH BLOOMER 7
February 15, 1962 KATHRYNE LEE SUTTER, ROBERT ALLEN RAUTENBERG 7
February 22, 1962 JUANITA, REDMOND WIN NEW SCHOOL BUILDINGS 1
February 22, 1962 MARK TWAIN IS ROSE HILL SCHOOL TAG 1
February 22, 1962 ALL JUANITA SCHOOL SITES PICKED 2
February 22, 1962 MERCHANTS CHOP PRICES 1
February 22, 1962 EIGHT NEW PLATS, ONE REZONE UP FOR OK 2
February 22, 1962 GRAPHS SHOW SPECIAL SCHOOL LEVY PICTURE, VOTERS NEEDED 2
February 22, 1962 20 PERCENT OF STUDENTS ON HONOR ROLL 5
February 22, 1962 KIRKLAND-REDMOND JR HIGH SLATE HUGE MUSIC COMPETITION ENTRY 6
February 22, 1962 TREE PLANTING, LANDSCAPING, SHOP REMOVAL AID CITY FACELIFT 1
February 22, 1962 COORDINATED PLANNING APPROVED 1
February 22, 1962 HANSEN REMEMBERS WHEN 8 MPH WAS SPEEDING 12
February 22, 1962 KIRKLAND LACKS GLASS DOOR BAN 2
February 22, 1962 BROWNIES TAKE ADVANTAGE OF INCREASED LIBRARY TIME 7
February 22, 1962 SPACE FLIGHT EMPTIES STREETS 1
February 22, 1962 MATHEWSON, CHARLOTTE CAROLYN 3
February 22, 1962 ABBETT, MILDRED BELLE 3
February 22, 1962 HARDEN, OLIVE 12
February 22, 1962 KAISER TOPS POSTMASTER ELIGIBLES 1
February 22, 1962 LITTLE LEAGUE GROWING, NEEDS HELP, SLATES MEET 2
February 22, 1962 ROSE HILL PRESBYTERIANS TO OBSERVE MISSIONARY MONTH DURING CONFERENCE 10
February 22, 1962 FINAL PILING (PHOTO OF BRIDGE PILING) 1
February 22, 1962 LORRAINE ELLEN WOOLCOTT, CHARLES JAY ULTICAN 8
February 22, 1962 HONIE BOBETTA MACARTHUR, ROBERT HAROLD GILES 8
February 22, 1962 DARLENE MARIE PERRY, PHILLIP EARL RENANDO 9
March 1, 1962 A POWELL TO PLAY IN YOUTH CONCERT 3
March 1, 1962 PEOPLE MOVE TO KIRKLAND FOR WATER, MRS BANKSON FINDS (WELCOME WAGON) 12
March 1, 1962 'TRAILS FANS TO FIGHT 1
March 1, 1962 CIVIC CENTER LEADS PRIORITY 1
March 1, 1962 GOING, GOING, GONE (PHOTO OF CITY'S SHOP YARD) 1
March 1, 1962 PEOPLE MOVE TO KIRKLAND FOR WATER, MRS BANKSON FINDS (WELCOME WAGON) 12
March 1, 1962 SCHOOL LEVY PROPOSITION MOSTLY FOR INSTRUCTION... PROBABLY 2
March 1, 1962 SUPERINTENDENT SAYS: SCHOOL TAX COULD DECREASE 1
March 1, 1962 DEBATERS LEARN QUICK, CLEAR THINKING -- ON THEIR FEET 5
March 1, 1962 OPERATION FACELIFT WHO'S DOING WHAT TOLD 1
March 1, 1962 TOP EQUIPMENT (PHOTO OF FIRE TRUCK) 10
March 1, 1962 WATERFRONT ZONING IS ISSUE IN HOUGHTON COUNCIL RACE 1
March 1, 1962 HOUGHTON COUNCIL DIVIDED ON ZONING 1
March 1, 1962 TWELVE VIE FOR HOUGHTON COUNCIL, THREE TO WIN 7
March 1, 1962 PEOPLE MOVE TO KIRKLAND FOR WATER, MRS BANKSON FINDS (WELCOME WAGON) 12
March 1, 1962 CHASE CLEARS UP BURGLARIES 1
March 1, 1962 STOPP, PETE 9
March 1, 1962 REITZE, LUCY 9
March 1, 1962 BERTSCH, ALBERT A 9
March 1, 1962 HALE'S HAT'S IN RING 1
March 1, 1962 CANDIDATES TELL WHAT THEY WANT FOR TOWN 6
March 1, 1962 PARK PLANS OUTLINED 1
March 1, 1962 ROSE HILL LOSES WATER 1
March 1, 1962 SPEED LIMITS TO BE CUT ON STATE 2-D 1
March 1, 1962 ROSE HILL LOSES WATER 1
March 1, 1962 SNOW COVERS EAST SIDE 1
March 1, 1962 BARBARA ANN BELLAND, JOHN DAVID BLANCO 8
March 8, 1962 TOM STEWART CHOSEN FOR ANNAPOLIS 1
March 8, 1962 INSTANT QUIET IS TEACHER'S TRADEMARK (BRADFORD, LOWELL) 6
March 8, 1962 LANGUAGE TEACHER ELECTED FIRST PREXY OF ARTS LEAGUE (HAYS, ROBERT) 10
March 8, 1962 FORMER MISS KIRKLAND NEW AIRLINE STEWARDESS (SHEPARD, SANDRA) 10
March 8, 1962 TWO NEW APARTMENTS PLANNED FOR KIRKLAND 1
March 8, 1962 HOUGHTON BOYS ABSENT ON C-21 AUTO 'TOUR' (HAYES, PETE / STEWART, DOUGLAS) 1
March 8, 1962 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION CHARGES FALSE IDEAS MUDDY LEVY ISSUE 1
March 8, 1962 SCHOOL DISTRICT UPS WORK AGE CEILING 1
March 8, 1962 JANICE SANDRA SULLIVAN, DENNIS MASON 8
March 8, 1962 $4000 NEEDED FOR PLAN 1
March 8, 1962 GOOD STREETS COST $$$$ MAYOR SAYS 1
March 8, 1962 12 SEEK THREE COUNCIL JOBS 1
March 8, 1962 JUANITA CAN NOW CONNECT SEWERS TO KIRKLAND 1
March 8, 1962 HOUGHTON BOYS ABSENT ON C-21 AUTO 'TOUR' (HAYES, PETE / STEWART, DOUGLAS) 1
March 8, 1962 WATSON, ED 2
March 8, 1962 MORGAN, C D 2
March 8, 1962 LEACH, GLEN 2
March 8, 1962 STEEN, GUSTAV H 7
March 8, 1962 LONGBOTTOM, LETTIE 7
March 8, 1962 COUNCIL, SCHOOL, SPECIAL DISTRICT ELECTIONS SLATED TUESDAY 1
March 8, 1962 HUFTY OFFERS $1000 FOR RUMOR PROOF 1
March 8, 1962 DEMOCRATS, RURALTIES FIGHT REDISTRICTING 9
March 8, 1962 GOOD STREETS COST $$$$ MAYOR SAYS 1
March 8, 1962 BEGINNING (PHOTO OF BRIDGE PILINGS) 6
March 8, 1962 JUANITA CAN NOW CONNECT SEWERS TO KIRKLAND 1
March 8, 1962 LASSES SCULPT SNOW LIZZIE 5
March 8, 1962 MRS WALDO B CHRISTENSON, H P (DICK) EVEREST 8
March 15, 1962 CHUCK WHITE VOTED MOST VALUABLE VANDAL 4
March 15, 1962 HOUGHTONIAN MAKES "MIRACLE" POWDER FOR EASIER READING (GOSS, WORTH) 5
March 15, 1962 ADVENTURES IN ALASKA RECALLED BY HUDSON (FAY) 7
March 15, 1962 STATE MAY SEEK NEW USES FOR BRIDLE TRAILS PARK 1
March 15, 1962 BRIDLE TRAILS ATTACKS STRETCH INTO HISTORY 5
March 15, 1962 OFFICIAL SAYS: LINE UP NOW FOR JUNIOR COLLEGE 1
March 15, 1962 HIGH SCHOOL PLANS FACELIFT 6
March 15, 1962 CIVIC CENTER STILL BELONGS TO COUNTY SAYS ATTORNEY 1
March 15, 1962 PLANNED APARTMENT (SKETCH OF 2ND AVE & 2ND ST) 6
March 15, 1962 MARKET TO TEST BUSINESS BARRIER 1
March 15, 1962 CASH AND CARRY LUMBERMAN OPENS 9
March 15, 1962 'OUTS' WIN KIRKLAND RACE; SCHOOLS OK'D 1
March 15, 1962 BILL BOWIE COMPLETED 30 YEARS AS SCHOOL MAN 1
March 15, 1962 POPULATION SURGE WON'T THREATEN SCHOOL LINES 2
March 15, 1962 BIBLE COLLEGE OFFICIALS DISCUSS DOING BETTER JOB 5
March 15, 1962 JUNIOR HIGH MUSIC GROUPS RATED HIGH 6
March 15, 1962 CHURCH SCHOOL ENLARGES EXPERIENCE OF CHILDREN 7
March 15, 1962 COLLEGE NETS RARE MATERIAL 9
March 15, 1962 FACELIFT UNDERWAY: TOWN PAINT UP SET APRIL 1 1
March 15, 1962 KIRKLAND LATEST TO JOIN REFORESTATION MOVE 2
March 15, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT BRINGS WORLD FAIR INTO VIEW 1
March 15, 1962 'OUTS' WIN KIRKLAND RACE; SCHOOLS OK'D 1
March 15, 1962 BRIDLE TRAILS ATTACKS STRETCH INTO HISTORY 5
March 15, 1962 GORN'S IN BY 5 IN HOUGHTON 1
March 15, 1962 POLICEWORK "OUTSTANDING" MAYOR SAYS 9
March 15, 1962 CLINIC OPENING TOLD BY MANAGER 2
March 15, 1962 JOHNSON, CHARLOTTE 6
March 15, 1962 WATSON, JAMES 6
March 15, 1962 MRS ELWOOD POOLE HEADS 10TH WOMEN DRIVERS' CLINIC 8
March 15, 1962 STATE MAY SEEK NEW USES FOR BRIDLE TRAILS PARK 1
March 15, 1962 EPISCOPALIAN RECTOR TO HOST VISIT OF ENGLISH LORD BISHOP 12
March 15, 1962 DANIELSON VOTED TO DISTRICT 81 1
March 15, 1962 KENMORE SEWER CHANGES NAME 1
March 22, 1962 'AHTIST' FINDS IT ROUGH IN ZOLA'S WRITING CLASS (ROSS, ZOLA) 1
March 22, 1962 FIRST CLASSES SCHEDULED BY CREATIVE ARTS LEAGUE 12
March 22, 1962 HIGH SCHOOL ART JUDGED FOR CELLAR GALLERY AWARDS 12
March 22, 1962 LITTLE THEATRE FINDS SPONSOR 12
March 22, 1962 TIME GIVEN TO BROWSE BEFORE ART AUCTION 12
March 22, 1962 YOUNGSTERS SEEK EXPRESSION MEDIUM 14
March 22, 1962 BANK PROMOTION, TRANSFER TOLD (LUNDER, BJORN) 3
March 22, 1962 KIRKLANDER SAYS WHEAT DEAL TO BE CLARIFIED (SMITH, BRYAN L) 1
March 22, 1962 FINALLY (PHOTO OF GUY MEYERS FAMILY - FIRST SON AFTER 7 DAUGHTERS) 1
March 22, 1962 HORSEMEN START PARK SAVING PUSH 6
March 22, 1962 REDMOND HIGH MAY BE DELAYED 1
March 22, 1962 COMMISSIONERS SEEK NEW CIVIC CENTER OPINION 1
March 22, 1962 APARTMENT REZONING APPROVED 6
March 22, 1962 ONE BELIEVED DEAD IN WRECK 1
March 22, 1962 CAVE-IN HEARING HELD IN KIRKLAND 3
March 22, 1962 CHAMBER UPS GROUP'S FIELD 5
March 22, 1962 PHOTOS OF CHILDREN SKATING 5
March 22, 1962 BIG FINN HILL GROWTH BLOCK HIT 2
March 22, 1962 4 REZONES SCHEDULED IN HEARING 8
March 22, 1962 HIGH SCHOOL MUSICIANS WIN HONORS 6
March 22, 1962 OPERATION FACELIFT CONTRACTS LET, CLEAN UP, PAINT UP ADVANCES MADE 1
March 22, 1962 STOOPS, VORWERK TO TAKE OFFICE 6
March 22, 1962 ONE LIFE SAVED MAKES RESUSCITATOR FUND DRIVE WORTH THE EFFORT 3
March 22, 1962 CITY OK'S SPECIAL LODGING 6
March 22, 1962 GUILD MEMBERS PREPARE FOR HOUGHTON CENSUS 9
March 22, 1962 C L O'NEILL FINDS WORK INTERESTING (PHOTO OF WINTER STORAGE) 6
March 22, 1962 YO-YO THEFT HITS KIRKLAND 1
March 22, 1962 PEEPING TOM WARNING TOLD 3
March 22, 1962 BAD CHECKS PLAGUE POLICE 6
March 22, 1962 CITY POLICE EXAMS SET 10
March 22, 1962 SAYER, BIRDIE BELLE 3
March 22, 1962 CLEMENTS, ANNA 3
March 22, 1962 CARLBERG, THOR WALDMER 3
March 22, 1962 DEDICATION POSTPONED 1
March 22, 1962 TRAILER PARKS READY 6
March 22, 1962 GUILD MEMBERS PREPARE FOR HOUGHTON CENSUS 9
March 22, 1962 STREET OILING NEARLY COMPLETE, ENGINEER CALLS IT "WASTE" 1
March 22, 1962 STRETCH REDMOND 2-D LINK ROADS GROUP SAYS 1
March 29, 1962 SHEEP RAISING POPULAR IN KIRKLAND-REDMOND AREA 6
March 29, 1962 CASTRO'S FIRMLY IN POWER SAYS CUBAN BIBLE STUDENT HERE (NIETO, F) 1
March 29, 1962 ROSE HILL ASTRONOMER WINS NATIONAL MAGAZINE SPACE 3
March 29, 1962 BRIDLE TRAILS NOT THREATENED NOW 1
March 29, 1962 4000 US TRAILS STATE PARK 1
March 29, 1962 GLASS DOOR CHANGE OK'D 2
March 29, 1962 HOUGHTON BUSINESSES TO WAIT 1
March 29, 1962 DIAPERED YOUTH'S TREK CUT SHORT 1
March 29, 1962 STEPHANIE (JAHN) CHALLENGES YOUTH (LETTER TO EDITOR) 2
March 29, 1962 DRIVER COURSE STATUS PROBED 3
March 29, 1962 HIGH SCHOOL ART STUDENTS WIN NATIONAL AWARDS 12
March 29, 1962 CALL OUT FOR VOLUNTEERS TO AID OPERATION FACELIFT 1
March 29, 1962 HOUGHTON BUSINESSES TO WAIT 1
March 29, 1962 BAD CHECK PROBLEM TOLD 1
March 29, 1962 POLICE HERE NAB WITNESS 3
March 29, 1962 KIRKLAND TO BE SEAT OF COURT 9
March 29, 1962 RADIO STATION SEEKS MOVE, 2ND POPS UP 4
March 29, 1962 HOSPITAL HERE NAMES OFFICERS 12
March 29, 1962 TARRY, WILLIAM 7
March 29, 1962 GOOD GROOMING FOR PRIMROSES IS IMPORTANT, GARDEN CLUBBER WARNS 3
March 29, 1962 'NEVER BEFORE' RECIPES PUBLISHED IN EASTERN STAR COOKBOOK 8
March 29, 1962 LEAGUE SEEKS SIGNATURES FOR LEGISLATIVE SHIFTS 1
March 29, 1962 KNOWLEDGE OF POSTMASTER DENIED HERE 4
March 29, 1962 KIRKLAND TO HOST STATE L'LEAGUE 1
March 29, 1962 SLOUGH RACE STARTING TIMES TOLD FOR NINE CLASSES 5
March 29, 1962 NOTED BIBLE LECTURER TO SPEAK HERE APRIL 1-6 (LOGSDON, DR S FRANKLIN) 6
March 29, 1962 NAZARENE CHURCH HEAD TO VISIT HERE (WILLIAMSON, DR G B) 10
March 29, 1962 NEW ROSE HILL MAINS COME TO $272,592 1
March 29, 1962 NEW ROSE HILL MAINS COME TO $272,592 1
March 29, 1962 LAKE HILLS SEWERS PROBE TOWARD REDMOND 2
April 5, 1962 AUCTION ATTRACTS GAY CROWD 7
April 5, 1962 KIRKLANDER TO ATTEND MODEL UN (CROUCH, LARRY) 1
April 5, 1962 PLANS FOR NEW EAST SIDE YMCA BUILDING OUTLINED (SKETCH) 2
April 5, 1962 SPECIAL MARATHON SALE SET FOR KIRKLAND SOON 1
April 5, 1962 SIX PLATS APPROVED BY COUNTY 3
April 5, 1962 TEACHERS TO SEEK RAISES 1
April 5, 1962 BOARD OK'S TEAM TEACHING SPREAD 1
April 5, 1962 ORCHESTRA WINS SUPERIOR RANK 1
April 5, 1962 KIRKLAND SIDEWALKS SPROUT ODD TREES 1
April 5, 1962 PRIMROSE SHOW THEME CHOSEN 6
April 5, 1962 JUNE DATES SET FOR FIRST ROSE HILL FAIR 7
April 5, 1962 FIRE LEVELS HILL GARAGE (HANSON, WILLIAM) 1
April 5, 1962 OBAN'S IN OFFICIALLY 1
April 5, 1962 COUNCILMANIC GROUPS TOLD 2
April 5, 1962 LODGING PLAN TALKED HERE 1
April 5, 1962 NEW AA GROUP STARTING HERE 9
April 5, 1962 PLANS FOR NEW EAST SIDE YMCA BUILDING OUTLINED (SKETCH) 2
April 5, 1962 KAISER NAMED TO POSTMASTER 1
April 5, 1962 NORTHWEST AUTHORS TO TAKE A BOW 6
April 5, 1962 NEW RUTH TEAM SEEN; REDMOND SPLITS AGAIN 1
April 5, 1962 SAMMAMISH SLOUGH RACE STARTS NOON APR 8 4
April 5, 1962 CITY OK'S RELOCATION OF REDMOND HIGHWAY 1
April 5, 1962 118TH RAMP AWAITS SUIT 1
April 5, 1962 SANDRA MARTIN, GILBERT PLOTNER JR 8
April 5, 1962 MARY JANE PARKHURST, MICHAEL JAMES HUTNICK 8
April 5, 1962 SHARON GLEE GARTHWAITE, DONALD ROBERT (MICK) BECKER 8
April 5, 1962 PAMELA LYNCH, BERNARD RICHARD LEVINTHAL 8
April 12, 1962 GALLERY SLATES NONSTOP ART SHOW 14
April 12, 1962 MRS BAGGALEY IS 'KIND AUNT' TO GIRLS 1
April 12, 1962 HOUGHTONIAN CORNISH SCHOOL LEADER (JOHNSON, LOCKREM) 1
April 12, 1962 KIRKLANDER WINS ARMY MEDAL (DEICKMILLER, IRVING V) 2
April 12, 1962 PAIR PLAN BICYCLE TRIP TO MEXICO SOON (OLSON, GARY & TAYLOR, JOHN) 2
April 12, 1962 MRS POWELL INSTALLED NILE PRINCESS 13
April 12, 1962 JUANITA MYSTERY (PHOTO OF ED FLYNN'S BIRTHDAY CAKE) 16
April 12, 1962 HOUGHTON SLATED MASSIVE CLEAN UP; BRIDLE TRAILS RESIDENTS TO MARCH 1
April 12, 1962 COUNCIL STUDIES FIREHALL REHEATING 3
April 12, 1962 MARYMOOR'S MEANING TO EAST SIDERS TOLD 1
April 12, 1962 CHURCH SITE UP FOR REZONE (CHRISTIAN SCIENCE) 3
April 12, 1962 370 HOMES SLATED FOR ROSE HILL 1
April 12, 1962 62 HOMES TOLD FOR JUANITA 12
April 12, 1962 MARATHON 30 HOUR SALE BEGINS 1
April 12, 1962 COOPERATIVE NURSERY (PHOTOS) 6
April 12, 1962 MORE PLATS , REZONES BEFORE COUNTY GROUP 3
April 12, 1962 LAKE WASHINGTON BAND TO PLAY FOR VICTORIANS 1
April 12, 1962 JOURNALISM SCHOOL OFFERED 3
April 12, 1962 LOCAL SCHOOLS LEAD PAPERWORK AUTOMATION 5
April 12, 1962 DIANA DEE DIXON, GEORGE BYRON FINK 11
April 12, 1962 DEANNA DAVIS, BILL MEYER 11
April 12, 1962 MARY BETH SCHEEL, HANS C ESKILDSON 11
April 12, 1962 SHIRLEY ANNE LAYTON, LEONARD EUGENE RAUGHT 11
April 12, 1962 QUEEN WANTED FOR FESTIVAL 1
April 12, 1962 WORLD FAIR LABELED 'AMAZING' DURING JOURNAL PREVIEW TOUR 5
April 12, 1962 COUNCIL STUDIES FIREHALL REHEATING 3
April 12, 1962 COUNCIL STUDIES FIREHALL REHEATING 3
April 12, 1962 SEEK MONEY FOR RESUSCITATOR 1
April 12, 1962 HOUGHTON NIXES ANDERSON 1
April 12, 1962 HOUGHTON SLATED MASSIVE CLEAN UP; BRIDLE TRAILS RESIDENTS TO MARCH 1
April 12, 1962 TO USE ASSEMBLY LINE TECHNIQUES ON CABINETS (BRILL WARE MANUFACTURING) 3
April 12, 1962 62 HOMES TOLD FOR JUANITA 12
April 12, 1962 JURY FINDS FOR CITY 6
April 12, 1962 SYVERSON, GRANNIS I 1
April 12, 1962 RAMQUIST, LYDIA ELIZABETH 6
April 12, 1962 KIRKLANDERS READY FOR RESCUE JOB 4
April 12, 1962 OVERLAKE TRAILERS COMING 1
April 12, 1962 MARYMOOR'S MEANING TO EAST SIDERS TOLD 1
April 12, 1962 370 HOMES SLATED FOR ROSE HILL 1
April 12, 1962 ROSE HILL FOG PIERCED AT LAST 12
April 12, 1962 COMMUNITY CLUBS HERE TO STUDY ROAD PROBLEM 1
April 12, 1962 BERNICE R HATCHER, BRAINARD E LEE 11
April 19, 1962 KIRKLANDER VIEWS FIRST EASTER SITE ... (THOMSEN, H J) 1
April 19, 1962 ROSE HILL HOMEOWNER INVENTS LAWNSMOOTHING DEVICE (LOGAN, LAURENCE) 7
April 19, 1962 CAR SMASHES THROUGH KIRKLAND WALL (CAPITOL FINANCE CO) 3
April 19, 1962 ALL OUT (PHOTO OF COLMAN'S) 6
April 19, 1962 FEDERATED CLUBS HEAD UP COMMUNITY COLLEGE DRIVE 2
April 19, 1962 SEES ENLARGED JR COLLEGE BILL 3
April 19, 1962 DISTRICT SEEKS NEW SCHOOL OK 6
April 19, 1962 CIVIC CENTER MOVE UP TO COUNCIL NOW 1
April 19, 1962 FEDERAL LOANS HELP LANDSCAPE 7
April 19, 1962 30 HOUR SALE SAID 'SUCCESS' 5
April 19, 1962 CAR SMASHES THROUGH KIRKLAND WALL (CAPITOL FINANCE CO) 3
April 19, 1962 PAULSON NAMED UGN DRIVE HEAD 6
April 19, 1962 PEOPLE COME HERE FOR VISIT, THEN STAY 2
April 19, 1962 DISTRICT WOMAN NAMED PRESIDENT (SMITH, ESSA) 1
April 19, 1962 SENIOR GIRLS TEA A BLEND OF CAREERS, HARMONY, STYLE 7
April 19, 1962 SKIPPERS TO HOST BARBERSHOP CONTEST 5
April 19, 1962 MISSING TRASH CAN WORRIES BUG STATION LITTER BUG 1
April 19, 1962 KIRKLAND SPROUTS SAMPLE SPRING SCENES 1
April 19, 1962 NATIONAL PRIMROSE SPECTACULAR OPENS 1
April 19, 1962 TWO EAST SIDERS VISIT WORLD'S FAIR (PHOTOS) 10
April 19, 1962 REDMOND TO OPEN NEW FIRE HALL 6
April 19, 1962 FAIR HOUSING OFFICE INTEREST SOUGHT HERE 1
April 19, 1962 NEW KIRKLAND FIRM TO FINISH PLYWOOD PANELS (RADIANT FINISHES INC) 5
April 19, 1962 MAIL DAMAGE REPORTED 1
April 19, 1962 BURGLARS AWAIT SENTENCING 1
April 19, 1962 POLICE TO CITE LAKE ST AUTOS 1
April 19, 1962 NEW RADIOMAN (PHOTO OF LUTTERMAN, BYRON) 6
April 19, 1962 LAHIKAINEN, OTTO 2
April 19, 1962 BLACKMORE, EVERETT L 2
April 19, 1962 JACOBSON, LAVONNE 5
April 19, 1962 HAYES, JOHN PATEN 9
April 19, 1962 HEADS FORESTERS (PHOTO OF EDWARDS, MR AND MRS FRANCIS J) 11
April 19, 1962 MAIL DAMAGE REPORTED 1
April 19, 1962 RIFLE CLUB WINS TOP STATE TITLE 4
April 19, 1962 NEW PROPOSAL OFFERED TO CLEAR ROSE HILL FOG 5
April 19, 1962 FAIR TRAFFIC TO BE PATTERN 1
April 19, 1962 FAIR BUS SERVICE EXPANDED 9
April 19, 1962 FREEWAY-BRIDGE LINK SEEN TWO YEARS OFF 1
April 19, 1962 CITY AGREES TO AID FOR MAJOR ARTERIALS 2
April 19, 1962 SEWER DISTRICT SEES MORE GROWTH 6
April 19, 1962 MARLENE ELDUEN, ROBERT AVERY 8
April 19, 1962 MARIAN ENGELKE, LARRY RAAUM 8
April 26, 1962 KIRKLANDERS IN FREE SYMPHONY CONCERTS 2
April 26, 1962 BOB POLACHEK TAKES NEW JOB 3
April 26, 1962 YMCA STAFFMAN HIRED FOR KIRKLAND (HANSON, RAY) 4
April 26, 1962 PAINTING TO MUSIC LEADS TO MEETING COMPOSER (KRISTIANSON, LINDA) 9
April 26, 1962 DONNA HJORTH TO GIVE CONCERT IN REDMOND 9
April 26, 1962 STATE COMMENDS WILLIAM BOWIE 10
April 26, 1962 SHELTER CELEBRITY MOVES TO KIRKLAND (PETERSON, GENE) 10
April 26, 1962 BOARD ORDERS 2 NEW SCHOOLS 1
April 26, 1962 TWAIN LEADS IN BUILDING 10
April 26, 1962 PLANNING COMMISSION REJECTS CHURCH 3
April 26, 1962 4000 NEW NEIGHBORS EXPECTED SOON 1
April 26, 1962 AUTO, TRAIN COLLIDE 1
April 26, 1962 4000 NEW NEIGHBORS EXPECTED SOON 1
April 26, 1962 SCHOOL SPENDING CHANGES POSSIBLE 1
April 26, 1962 SCHOOL LEVY STUDY MADE 2
April 26, 1962 SCHOOL SCIENTISTS READY DISPLAYS 7
April 26, 1962 THIRTEEN PIONEERING PROGRAMS LAUNCHED LOCALLY 12
April 26, 1962 SARAH ANNE PRITCHARD, REV ROBERT FLEMING HAYMAN 8
April 26, 1962 KAREN LEE STOREY, PETER CLARKE 8
April 26, 1962 VALERA PENSON, GEORGE JOHN (BUTCH) BASSETT 8
April 26, 1962 SHERRY HALBERT, PHILLIP ROGER PIERCE 8
April 26, 1962 CARNIVAL ATTRACTION VETOED FOR HOUGHTON 1
April 26, 1962 SUNSET MAGAZINE PHOTOGRAPHER GOES TO THE PRIMROSE SHOW 7
April 26, 1962 ORAL POLIO VACCINE TO BE OFFERED LOCALLY 1
April 26, 1962 CARNIVAL ATTRACTION VETOED FOR HOUGHTON 1
April 26, 1962 POLICE DOGS "HIRED" HERE 1
April 26, 1962 REPORTS TOOLS MISSING HERE 12
April 26, 1962 Y'S MEN BUT EAST SIDE BUS 2
April 26, 1962 PRECINCT CAUCUSES COMING: HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO SOUND OFF 5
April 26, 1962 LITTLE LEAGUER GRADUATES TO COACH (SCOTT, FRASER) 4
April 26, 1962 CONSIDER AL (WHITING) AND DEL'S (ROGERS) PLIGHT, THEIR BOAT CAN'T WIN 4
April 26, 1962 Y'S MEN BUT EAST SIDE BUS 2
April 26, 1962 POINTS ROAD CASE SETTLED 1
April 26, 1962 NO PARKING PLEASE 1
April 26, 1962 WATER SURVEY HAS RURAL VALUE 1
April 26, 1962 GERD E BORG, KENNETH STARKWEATHER 8
May 3, 1962 NEW MANAGER TAKES OVER (HENWOOD, JIM) 1
May 3, 1962 4-YEAR OLD DEAF BOY RESPONDS TO HIS WORLD ... (BAGGETT, BRETT ALLAN) 1
May 3, 1962 ARCHITECT APPOINTED DEAN AT UW (DIETZ, ROBERT H) 1
May 3, 1962 THAI VISITOR WANTS CHILDREN EDUCATED HERE (HONGLADAROM, KARIN THANOM) 8
May 3, 1962 60 WILL TAKE TRADE DOLLARS 2
May 3, 1962 CHAMBER TO VOTE ON AID TO CITY 1
May 3, 1962 COUNTY PLANNERS APPROVE PLATS 5
May 3, 1962 BOARD TO SEEK $38000 FOR TEACHER PAY RAISES 1
May 3, 1962 NEW BOOKS FOR SCHOOLS CHECKED, SOME SAME, SOME REALLY "NEW" 3
May 3, 1962 POTUZAK NAMED MUSIC CHIEF 5
May 3, 1962 SCHOOLS TO GAIN CONSULTANT 5
May 3, 1962 KIRKLAND JR HIGH MUSIC STUDENTS PRODUCE RECORD 7
May 3, 1962 BARBERSHOP SINGERS WIN FROM HERE 5
May 3, 1962 KIRKLAND SOLIDLY SOLVENT, AUDITOR 1
May 3, 1962 ANDERSON MAY BE CLERK (ANDERSON, GEORGE) 1
May 3, 1962 AUDITOR BAFFLED, CAN'T FIND WHERE $524 WENT 3
May 3, 1962 COUNTY PLANNERS APPROVE PLATS 5
May 3, 1962 POLIO VACCINE DISPENSED TOMORROW, SATURDAY 1
May 3, 1962 STOLEN SAILBOAT NOT SALVAGEABLE 1
May 3, 1962 AWAITS DOG CONTROLS 2
May 3, 1962 KIRKLAND HOSPITAL SETS OPEN HOUSE 3
May 3, 1962 KIEFEL, CASPER MICHAEL 2
May 3, 1962 CLENDANIEL, EDITH 5
May 3, 1962 BUD ERICKSON TO SEEK POST 1
May 3, 1962 STOLEN SAILBOAT NOT SALVAGEABLE 1
May 3, 1962 CHESTER GREENS TO LEAD PARADE OF YACHTS SATURDAY 7
May 3, 1962 NEW BUS (PHOTO OF YMCA BUS) 3
May 3, 1962 COUNTY ENGINEER REVIEWS ROAD PLANS 5
May 3, 1962 $400,000 WIND, WAVE DAMAGE ESTIMATED 1
May 3, 1962 PHOTOS OF WINDSTORM 2
May 10, 1962 KIRKLAND CITY CENTER HOTEL - NOW OPEN 1
May 10, 1962 WELCOME B.P.O.E 6
May 10, 1962 TICKETS ON SALE FOR FIRST PLAY OF ARTS LEAGUE 2
May 10, 1962 SEAFIRST TO OPEN IN HOUGHTON 1
May 10, 1962 HIGH SCHOOL IN TOP THREE RANK (BEAUTIFICATION) 1
May 10, 1962 NEW FINN HILL SCHOOL MAY HELP HOMEBUILDERS 3
May 10, 1962 ANNUAL GIFT (PHOTO OF BURMEISTERS HOPE CHEST TO DEANE CONNOLLY) 2
May 10, 1962 TEACHERS WIN RAISES 1
May 10, 1962 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MUSICIANS TO PRESENT FESTIVAL OF MUSIC 1
May 10, 1962 DISTRICT PUPILS RATE HIGH MARK 2
May 10, 1962 MATH SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS 3
May 10, 1962 IRMA MAE BENGSTON, RALPH DOW 8
May 10, 1962 BE A PEOPLE WATCHER AT THE WORLDS FAIR 12
May 10, 1962 SEWER CONTROL LAW SHOWN CITY COUNCIL 1
May 10, 1962 OF STOP LIGHTS AND BLACKBERRIES 2
May 10, 1962 POLIO VACCINE CLINIC "SUCCESS" 1
May 10, 1962 LIBRARY FOUNDING RECOUNTED 10
May 10, 1962 SEAFIRST TO OPEN IN HOUGHTON 1
May 10, 1962 NO SHOOTING AREA ASKED NEAR JUANITA 1
May 10, 1962 OUSTED OFFICER ASKS CITY POLICE PROBE 2
May 10, 1962 POLICE INVESTIGATE ROBBERY HERE 4
May 10, 1962 CHECKING (PHOTOS OF POLICE WORK) 7
May 10, 1962 COUNTY TO CUT SPEEDS 12
May 10, 1962 LIBRARY FOUNDING RECOUNTED 10
May 10, 1962 NEW HOSPITAL STAFFER NAMED (GRAY, F A) 1
May 10, 1962 KAUFMAN, VALMAH J "BILL" 1
May 10, 1962 EWING, DORA 2
May 10, 1962 MUELLER, HATTIE 5
May 10, 1962 KRAMER, HERBERT 5
May 10, 1962 ELKS SLATE APPRECIATION DINNER AT CLUB OPENING 1
May 10, 1962 DISTRICT DEMOS BACK 211 (LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS) 1
May 10, 1962 LANDOWNER TOLD EVALUATION HIKES 7
May 10, 1962 KIRKLAND RIDER TIES FOR TOP APPLEATCHEE TROPHY (HEBB, COREEN) 5
May 10, 1962 HUGE REDMOND TRAILER VILLAGE WAITS "AT READY" 12
May 10, 1962 'SALVAGED' SAILBOAT RETURNED 1
May 10, 1962 SEWER CONTROL LAW SHOWN CITY COUNCIL 1
May 10, 1962 ANDREA BURNARD, ROBERT DELANY 8
May 10, 1962 JANICE HOODLESS, OLOF ERLING SWANSON 8
May 17, 1962 MUSIC FESTIVAL HAS 10-YR HISTORY 9
May 17, 1962 GIRL'S LETTER BEST IN STATE (KING, JULIE) 1
May 17, 1962 FRIENDLY GESTURE PAYS OFF (WISEHART, ART) 3
May 17, 1962 NORTHWEST COLLEGE DEDICATES 3
May 17, 1962 HOUGHTON SCHOOL CHANGES NAME (NORTHWEST COLLEGE) 4
May 17, 1962 LOCAL AUTO DEALER PICKETED (EAST SIDE CHEVROLET) 1
May 17, 1962 LAKE STAR GRAVEL ANNOUNCES SERVICE 3
May 17, 1962 CHAMBER GIVES $1000 FOR CITY PLANNING 6
May 17, 1962 FRIENDLIEST (PHOTO OF FRIENDLIEST STUDENTS IN SCHOOL) 5
May 17, 1962 FOUR REZONES BEFORE COUNTY PLANNERS 3
May 17, 1962 SCHOOL DISTRICT ABANDONS UNGRADED PRIMARY READING CLASSES 1
May 17, 1962 PRINCIPAL CHANGES TOLD FOR SCHOOLS 6
May 17, 1962 SANDRA DORR, DANIEL FEATHERSTON 8
May 17, 1962 VIVIAN HANSON, KENT E HARGRAVE 8
May 17, 1962 VIE FOR QUEEN (PHOTO OF EAGLES FESTIVAL ENTRANTS) 1
May 17, 1962 WHO IS GEORGE'S BOSS? HE'D LIKE TO KNOW (ANDERSON, GEORGE) 1
May 17, 1962 METRO PLANS NEARLY READY 3
May 17, 1962 TB TESTING BEGINS IN DISTRICT SCHOOLS 1
May 17, 1962 SECOND SABIN DOSE TO BE GIVEN SOON 1
May 17, 1962 GONE ARE THE DAYS (LETTER ABOUT JUANITA BEACH) 2
May 17, 1962 MUSIC FESTIVAL HAS 10-YR HISTORY 9
May 17, 1962 HOUGHTON CENSUS SHOWS INCREASE 1
May 17, 1962 PARK INSTEAD OF STREET ADVISED BY FORMER MAYOR 1
May 17, 1962 HOUGHTON BUYS STREET SWEEPER 3
May 17, 1962 LOCAL AUTO DEALER PICKETED (EAST SIDE CHEVROLET) 1
May 17, 1962 GONE ARE THE DAYS (LETTER ABOUT JUANITA BEACH) 2
May 17, 1962 KIRKLANDER CHARGED (LAMBERT, FRANK C) 3
May 17, 1962 POOCHES IN POKEY WORRY KIRKLAND VET 5
May 17, 1962 MCCOLLUM, FREEDA M 7
May 17, 1962 PUBLIC INVITED TO ELKS' 1
May 17, 1962 JOB'S DAUGHTERS TO INSTALL JANET GROCOCK QUEEN 9
May 17, 1962 TORIE KOSTENBADER WINS SECOND IN STATE FOR TOWNE CRIER COLUMN 1
May 17, 1962 JR RIFLE CLUB TAKES TOP HONORS IN STATE SHOOT 4
May 17, 1962 PARK INSTEAD OF STREET ADVISED BY FORMER MAYOR 1
May 17, 1962 GONE ARE THE DAYS (LETTER ABOUT JUANITA BEACH) 2
May 17, 1962 HOUGHTON CENSUS SHOWS INCREASE 1
May 17, 1962 PLANS TO WAIT STREET SURVEY 1
May 17, 1962 PARK INSTEAD OF STREET ADVISED BY FORMER MAYOR 1
May 17, 1962 MYRTLE ANNE ROSTAD, WILLIAM SAPIENS 8
May 17, 1962 JUDITH ANN HOLZSCHUH, CARL SELSET 8
May 24, 1962 'GLASS MENAGERIE' OPENS LITTLE THEATRE 1
May 24, 1962 'GOG' COMES BACK TO LISA ANDREWS 1
May 24, 1962 DIESEN (CHARLES) NAMED PHI BETA KAPPA 1
May 24, 1962 KIRKLANDER WINS CONTEST (WALLACE, JANN) 2
May 24, 1962 ROBERTA JOHNSON WINS EAST SIDE MUSIC FESTIVAL 7
May 24, 1962 SCHOOLS PAY TRIBUTE TO SCHOOL NURSE (NORDSTROM, AGNES) 10
May 24, 1962 'TRAILS PARK TALK SET UP 1
May 24, 1962 GRIFFIS' SEEK NAMES FOR UNKNOWNS 3
May 24, 1962 KIRKLANDER CHOSEN TO HEAD COUNTY DRIVE (TEUFEL, MRS WILLIAM G) 1
May 24, 1962 HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC GROUPS TO PRESENT SPRING CONCERT 1
May 24, 1962 ONLY SIX MORE TEACHERS NEEDED 4
May 24, 1962 REVEILLE STAFF LAUDED 9
May 24, 1962 MAXINE CONOVER, JAMES THENO 8
May 24, 1962 BARBARA JONES, PAUL SCHWEIZER 8
May 24, 1962 COETA HARTMAN, ALAN B CHALMERS 8
May 24, 1962 NEW FIRE TRUCK (PHOTO) 1
May 24, 1962 MAYOR COMMENTS ON KNIFEWORK 2
May 24, 1962 COUNTY CONSIDERS NEW LAND CONTROLS 1
May 24, 1962 TB TESTING FINDS LOW INCIDENCE 7
May 24, 1962 MOTEL LAW ASKED 3
May 24, 1962 BREAK INS HIT CHIEF 3
May 24, 1962 MOTEL LAW ASKED 3
May 24, 1962 MILLAR, JOSEPH C 2
May 24, 1962 GRACE HEID TO ATTEND JOURNALISM WORKSHOP 1
May 24, 1962 'TRAILS PARK TALK SET UP 1
May 24, 1962 NO DELAY SEEN FOR ACCESS 1
May 24, 1962 KIRKLAND'S FUTURE ACCESSES OUTLINED 3
May 31, 1962 KIRKLAND'S NEW LAKESHORE CLINIC 6
May 31, 1962 ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF LAKESHORE CLINIC PHARMACY 7
May 31, 1962 FIRST NIGHTERS FIND 'MENAGERIE' GOOD 1
May 31, 1962 PHOTOGRAPHER'S PICTURE SNAPPED ON BIRTHDAY (MILES, ART) 1
May 31, 1962 KIRKLAND'S POSTMASTER IS VETERAN (KAISER, LINCOLN) 2
May 31, 1962 NEIGHBORHOOD PUZZLED, GERTRUDE'S A DADDY (NEWMAN, BOB) 3
May 31, 1962 STEWARDESS GRADUATED (WHITTEY, SHARON DIANE) 8
May 31, 1962 KIRKLANDER TO BE HANDICAPPED REC SOURCE (COLBY, ROBERT) 9
May 31, 1962 KIRKLAND YOUTH HURT IN MOUNTAIN FALL SAT. (LEVERETT, BILL) 4
May 31, 1962 LAKE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL TO GRADUATE 315 SENIORS 1
May 31, 1962 KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION SET FOR JUNE 12 THROUGH 22 1
May 31, 1962 MORE ADULT CLASSES SEEN 2
May 31, 1962 NEW SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AREAS TOLD FOR DISTRICT 2
May 31, 1962 SUMMER SCHOOL TAKES ON NEW LOOK IN CREATIVITY 3
May 31, 1962 SCHOOLS WIN $29992 IN AID 5
May 31, 1962 ACADEMIC CHIEFS NAMED FOR SCHOOLS 5
May 31, 1962 TEXTBOOK LIFE EXTENDED HERE 5
May 31, 1962 CONGRATULATIONS '62 GRADS (CLASS PHOTOS) 10
May 31, 1962 COMPLETE DIPLOMA LIST TOLD FOR '62 10
May 31, 1962 MAGAZINE LAUNCHED AT LWHS 10
May 31, 1962 HOLY FAMILY GRADUATES 41 12
May 31, 1962 FIRE WIPES OUT FAMILY TRAILER, POSSESSIONS (WATT, OTIS) 1
May 31, 1962 ALL ADULTS OFFERED TB TESTS HERE 11
May 31, 1962 KENNEL FUND WINS BOOST 1
May 31, 1962 KIRKLAND POLICEMEN EARN LESS 4
May 31, 1962 POLICE TO CHECK AREA THOROUGHLY 11
May 31, 1962 POLICE HIRE RADIO OPERATOR (TURNGREN, MRS ELMER) 12
May 31, 1962 LIBRARY ENROLLS YOUNG READERS FOR SUMMER 8
May 31, 1962 NEW LAKESHORE CLINIC OPENS THIS WEEK ON STATE 1
May 31, 1962 ERICKSON, A J (TONY) 2
May 31, 1962 BEROSIK, ANNA 3
May 31, 1962 HERZOG, JOSEPH 11
May 31, 1962 DONALDSON, ALEXANDER B 11
May 31, 1962 AREA SCOUTS IN NEW CAMPOREE 5
May 31, 1962 JAPANESE VISIT ROTARIANS 1
May 31, 1962 OOPS! 48TH REPUBLICANS ALMOST BUY DEMO PLANK 1
May 31, 1962 LARSON ATTACKS MEDICARE AT REPUBLICAN MEETING 12
May 31, 1962 LINC KAISER TO BECOME NEW KIRKLAND POSTMASTER 1
May 31, 1962 GOP CAUCUS: SEEKS PARKS NEAR PEOPLE 1
May 31, 1962 CHURCH OF CHRIST STARTS SERVICES 12
May 31, 1962 ELAINE JOYCE SWEEN, JAMES CHARLES ETZLER 8
June 7, 1962 MAUREEN MEYERS WINS KIWANIS AWARD 1
June 7, 1962 CLIFF JOHNSON LEAVES FOR OHIO 2
June 7, 1962 NOW'S THE TIME TO ENVY ALTO ALBRIGHT HIS JOB (PARK RANGER) 5
June 7, 1962 TELEPHONE CO EMPLOYEE NOW JUST CUSTOMER (EVANS, LILLIAN) 8
June 7, 1962 SCHOLARSHIP WINNER PLANS TO ATTEND UW (GUSTAFSON, MILTON) 9
June 7, 1962 MARK TWAIN EXPECTED TO OPEN ON TIME 1
June 7, 1962 NEW APPLIANCE FIRM OPENS DOORS (GENERAL APPLIANCE) 6
June 7, 1962 DOWNTOWN PLAN TO BE SHOWN 2
June 7, 1962 JUANITANS BUILD OWN WORLD'S FAIR FROM TOOTHPICKS AND IMAGINATION 1
June 7, 1962 SCHOOLS COSTS TO JUMP 1
June 7, 1962 FABULOUS PARTY GIVEN GRADUATING SENIORS 1
June 7, 1962 CURS ON CAMPUS PLAGUE PRINCIPALS 4
June 7, 1962 COUNCIL BOOSTS SEWER RATES 3
June 7, 1962 COUNTY PULLS IN HORNS ON CODE -CUMMINGS 5
June 7, 1962 COUNTY ZONE CODE STALLED 5
June 7, 1962 WAR DECLARED TO BANISH TB AND POLIO 1
June 7, 1962 DOUBLE CHECK TB TEST TIMES SHOWN 3
June 7, 1962 HOUGHTON MAILS TO CHANGE 1
June 7, 1962 HOUGHTON STREET STUDY FAVORED 6
June 7, 1962 STATION ROBBERY TOLD BY YOUTH 1
June 7, 1962 MCKAY, CAROLINE 2
June 7, 1962 FORTE, BILL 2
June 7, 1962 MCGUIRE, MICKEY 2
June 7, 1962 TENNERT, LOUIS 6
June 7, 1962 HOUGHTON MAILS TO CHANGE 1
June 7, 1962 DEDICATION SET FOR POST OFFICE 2
June 7, 1962 PENROSE TELLS KUP RACE PLANS 2
June 7, 1962 KANGS NET SEVENTH TITLE 4
June 7, 1962 CITY'S TRAFFIC SAFETY WEAK POINTS NOTED 1
June 7, 1962 HOUGHTON STREET STUDY FAVORED 6
June 7, 1962 COUNCIL BOOSTS SEWER RATES 3
June 7, 1962 BARBARA HARDENBROOK, ERNEST GUILLAUME 8
June 7, 1962 JUDITH ANN VANCLEVE, RALPH W HOLM 8
June 14, 1962 MRS ED BLAU WRITES OF OHIO 8
June 14, 1962 NEW FAMILIES ARE NEIGHBORS IN BRIDLE TRAILS PARK AREA 7
June 14, 1962 OPENING ON TIME? (PHOTO OF MARK TWAIN ELEMENTARY) 9
June 14, 1962 EX-CANDY FACTORY BID FOR HOUGHTON POST OFFICE 1
June 14, 1962 JUANITA COMMUNITY CHURCH TO DEDICATE NEW BUILDING 6
June 14, 1962 HIT-RUN SMASHES BUSINESS (M W BRYANT HARDWARE) 1
June 14, 1962 SCHOOL DISTRICT BOUNDARY SHIFTS SUGGESTED BY PLAN 2
June 14, 1962 SCHOLARSHIPS, AWARDS GIVEN GRADUATING SENIORS 3
June 14, 1962 FOR YOU --- DEAR TEACHER (PALLAS, CAROLYN) 6
June 14, 1962 TOP JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS 7
June 14, 1962 LYN GRANDY, WARREN TOZER 8
June 14, 1962 TRUCK OK (PHOTO) 3
June 14, 1962 OLDER RESIDENTS WARNED OF TB 1
June 14, 1962 POLIO CLINIC SWAMPED 1
June 14, 1962 EX-CANDY FACTORY BID FOR HOUGHTON POST OFFICE 1
June 14, 1962 WATERBORNE HERDERS CHASE COW OUT OF LAKE 1
June 14, 1962 HIT-RUN SMASHES BUSINESS (M W BRYANT HARDWARE) 1
June 14, 1962 KIRKLANDER FINED FOR HITTING SIGNS (JARVI, JOHN WAIN) 3
June 14, 1962 WEST, LAWRENCE SR 3
June 14, 1962 BOOTH, THOMAS D 7
June 14, 1962 EX-CANDY FACTORY BID FOR HOUGHTON POST OFFICE 1
June 14, 1962 FREE SWIM CLASSES OFFERED BY RED CROSS 5
June 14, 1962 HYDRO WINNER HERE EXPECTED TO RETURN (TUCKER, ROBBIE) 5
June 14, 1962 REDMOND OK'S SEWER EXTENSION TO ROSE HILL 1
June 14, 1962 OFFICIALS HINT BRIDGE DELAY 1
June 14, 1962 ATTORNEY TELLS ROAD FEES 1
June 14, 1962 EVERGREEN PLAZA BID OPENING SET 2
June 14, 1962 LAKE ST WALK TROUBLESOME 2
June 14, 1962 REDMOND OK'S SEWER EXTENSION TO ROSE HILL 1
June 14, 1962 VIRGINIA KINSMAN, JAMES ARTHUR KEMP 8
June 14, 1962 KAYE WRIGHTER, LANCE MILLER 8
June 21, 1962 EAST SIDE CHEVROLET - 30TH ANNIVERSARY 7
June 21, 1962 JOHN BLAKE JR JOINS H & N FARMS 12
June 21, 1962 SIX NORTHWEST ARTISTS ON DISPLAY AT CELLAR 3
June 21, 1962 ART INSTRUCTORS SET SHOW-ALL TIME 7
June 21, 1962 REUNION OF SISTERS ENDS 48-YEAR SEARCH BY KIRKLANDER (EVANS, GRETA) 6
June 21, 1962 SCHOOL DISTRICT TO SEEK COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1
June 21, 1962 SCHOOL PLANS UP TO THREE 2
June 21, 1962 KIRKLAND AUTO SALES FIRM MARKS 30TH YEAR (EAST SIDE CHEVROLET) 1
June 21, 1962 CRASH VICTIMS FORMERLY RESIDENTS (SMITH, BOB) 1
June 21, 1962 DOWNTOWN PLAN TO BE UNVEILED 1
June 21, 1962 JUNIOR CHAMBER PLANS 10 POINT CHECK 12
June 21, 1962 BUSINESS REZONING UP FOR THREE PLATS 3
June 21, 1962 SCHOOL DISTRICT TO SEEK COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1
June 21, 1962 JEANNE CAROL POLACEK, NORMAN H PFEIFFER 7
June 21, 1962 RUTH ELAINE COOLEY, LEROY DORSEY 7
June 21, 1962 BARBARA ANN BOLSTER, MELVIN DAVIDSON 8
June 21, 1962 CITY ORDERS 27 BRAMBLE PATCHES CLEARED 3
June 21, 1962 PLANS TOLD FOR FESTIVAL 1
June 21, 1962 COUNCIL AVOIDS BLOW TO SEWER USERS 2
June 21, 1962 CITY ORDERS 27 BRAMBLE PATCHES CLEARED 3
June 21, 1962 BAGGALEY REELECTED TO METRO COUNCIL 1
June 21, 1962 VOLUNTEERS BOOST LOCAL TB DRIVE 5
June 21, 1962 HOUGHTON POST OFFICE DECISION PLANNED 1
June 21, 1962 HEALTH COUNCIL PICKS F A GRAY 1
June 21, 1962 HANSEN, WAYNE R 9
June 21, 1962 BOLEY, CATHERINE 10
June 21, 1962 HATHAWAY, ARCHIE MERWIN 10
June 21, 1962 MRS WRIGHT INSTALLED PRESIDENT (AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY) 6
June 21, 1962 HOUGHTON POST OFFICE DECISION PLANNED 1
June 21, 1962 KAISER NOMINATED TO POSTMASTERSHIP 1
June 21, 1962 JOURNAL NAMED NATIONAL CONTEST PLACE WINNER 1
June 21, 1962 HOTTEST COMPETITION SEEN IN 280 CLASS HERE JUNE 30 1
June 21, 1962 YMCA ANNOUNCES BUS ROUTE 9
June 21, 1962 PETER CLARKE, KAREN LEE STOREY 8
June 21, 1962 CAROL TAGGE, KENNETH H BROWNE 8
June 28, 1962 LEAGUE'S PLAY MADE MONEY, OFFICIAL SAYS 8
June 28, 1962 ROGER CROSS NAMED TOP ARMY MARKSMAN 2
June 28, 1962 ROY (WALKER) MAKES UP FOR APATHETIC CITIZEN 3
June 28, 1962 KIRKLAND ARTIST NAMED SHOW CHAIRMAN AT BELLEVUE FAIR (HALDEMAN) 6
June 28, 1962 BULGING MAILBOX EXPECTED FOR MRS NIELSEN'S BIRTHDAY (NIELSEN, NIELSENA) 7
June 28, 1962 NEIGHBOR RETURNS AFTER 16 YEARS (DITTLINGER, GEORGE) 7
June 28, 1962 JOAN MCCRORY SETS OUT ON EUROPE TOUR 8
June 28, 1962 FORMER KIRKLANDER GETS STATE POST (GROESCHELL, ROBERT C) 9
June 28, 1962 MORE USE SEEN FOR 'TRAILS PARK 5
June 28, 1962 OPEN HOUSE SET FOR POST OFFICE 1
June 28, 1962 FIRE DAMAGES JUANITA ROOF (LAMBERTSON, PAUL) 1
June 28, 1962 WATERFRONT APARTMENT BID: THOMAS THWARTED 3
June 28, 1962 CAMELOT BEGINS (PHOTO OF CONSTRUCTION AT CAMELOT PARK) 10
June 28, 1962 BIBLE COLLEGE WINS PROFESSOR (RICE, FRANK B) 2
June 28, 1962 STUDENTS BOOK UP USE AT BIBLE COLLEGE 2
June 28, 1962 JEANIE BURNETT, WILLIAM K ARTHUR 7
June 28, 1962 PAMELA SMITH, WALTER H MINTON 7
June 28, 1962 FESTIVAL PARADE ROUTE TOLD FOR SATURDAY 1
June 28, 1962 FIRE DAMAGES JUANITA ROOF (LAMBERTSON, PAUL) 1
June 28, 1962 PLANNERS ASK CITY COUNCIL TO WOO YMCA 3
June 28, 1962 HOUSEWIVES SUPPORT LOCAL TB DOUBLE CHECK PROGRAM 6
June 28, 1962 NO FIREWORKS, SAYS DOSS 1
June 28, 1962 HOUGHTON TO LOSE POST OFFICE JULY 1 1
June 28, 1962 NO FIREWORKS, SAYS DOSS 1
June 28, 1962 REYNOLD'S APPEAL SET FOR HEARING 2
June 28, 1962 MATHESON, DAVID N 2
June 28, 1962 PETERSON, DANIEL L 2
June 28, 1962 SCHELIN, DAVID K 2
June 28, 1962 SMITH, REV. BOB 2
June 28, 1962 PLANNERS ASK CITY COUNCIL TO WOO YMCA 3
June 28, 1962 AMERICAN YOUTH GENERALLY UNAWARE OF POLITICS SAYS VISITING BERLINER 1
June 28, 1962 GALS LEARN HOW TO MAKE GOVERNMENT WORK (GIRLS' STATE) 8
June 28, 1962 GRANGE GETS NEW POSTAL JOB 1
June 28, 1962 HOUGHTON TO LOSE POST OFFICE JULY 1 1
June 28, 1962 OPEN HOUSE SET FOR POST OFFICE 1
June 28, 1962 55 HYDROPLANE JOCKEYS TO RACE HERE 1
June 28, 1962 LOCAL PAIR TO ENTER KUP RACE (WHITING, AL & ROGERS, DEL) 1
June 28, 1962 ANNUAL LAKE WASHINGTON HORSE SHOW OPENS TOMORROW 5
June 28, 1962 MATCHED WHITE CHARGERS IN SHOW COME FROM WILLOWS ROAD FARM 5
June 28, 1962 SKINDIVERS WARNED BY FASSOLD 10
June 28, 1962 MORE USE SEEN FOR 'TRAILS PARK 5
June 28, 1962 HOW KIRKLAND'S SEWER SYSTEM ACQUIRED ITS PROBLEMS TODAY 2
June 28, 1962 DITCH SNIFFING TIME HERE 10
June 28, 1962 DOROTHY JP MARK, JAN OBERG 7
July 5, 1962 HALLS FORDLAND (GRAND OPENING) 7
July 5, 1962 TRAVELING COUPLE TO CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY (ASHTENHAGEN) 7
July 5, 1962 KIRKLAND ARTIST NAMED SHOW CHAIRMAN OF BELLEVUE FAIR (HALDEMAN) 8
July 5, 1962 YOUTHS BEHIND SCOTTISH PIPE WAILING (JAMISON, GEORGE AND MARC) 1
July 5, 1962 RESTAURANT BEING BUILT ON MARKET (MIKE'S BURGER BAR) 6
July 5, 1962 CHAMBER PRESIDENT CHIDES AUTO PARKERS 2
July 5, 1962 PREPARATION NEEDED FOR HUGE GROWTH 6
July 5, 1962 FOUR PLATS REZONED 9
July 5, 1962 BOARD PROMISES ACCORD 1
July 5, 1962 LINDA IDELL JOHNSON, JOHN DOANE CADIGAN 7
July 5, 1962 PAMELA SMITH, WALTER H MINTON 8
July 5, 1962 PATRICIA ANN SMITH, WALTER DERBY JOHNSON 8
July 5, 1962 COMMENT (PHOTOS OF LITTERING) 2
July 5, 1962 ARSON SAID FIRE CAUSE 1
July 5, 1962 VOLUNTEER FIREMEN SERVICE HONORED 6
July 5, 1962 MAYOR TO SEEK NEW CITY ENGINEER 3
July 5, 1962 JUANITANS TO USE BOATS TO PROMOTE TB TESTING 6
July 5, 1962 JUANITA JUNCTION CHANGE SET 6
July 5, 1962 PLANKTON COULD CLOUD LAKE, SAYS UW SCIENTIST 6
July 5, 1962 KIRKLAND POLICE PROMOTION TOLD (CONOVER, DICK) 2
July 5, 1962 KOLBO, FESTUS MARTIN 9
July 5, 1962 HUFTY NEW PRESIDENT (LIONS) 6
July 5, 1962 TWO ENTER JUSTICE RACE 1
July 5, 1962 CEYLONESE PRESS OFFICER HERE URGES MORE INTERNATIONAL NEWS 2
July 5, 1962 COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FIRM OPEN (CLAUDE ARNOLD REALTY) 2
July 5, 1962 SALESMAN JOINS FERGUSON FIRM 2
July 5, 1962 BOOMING 7 LITRES SHOW STRENGTH HERE 1
July 5, 1962 COR-SUN ARABIANS ON VIEW DURING TRAILS SHOW 4
July 5, 1962 LOCAL RIFLEMEN NAB TITLE 4
July 5, 1962 AREA TABBED FOR ROAD WORK 1
July 5, 1962 JUANITA JUNCTION CHANGE SET 6
July 5, 1962 MARY LYNN YERABEK, JERRY BOYLE 8
July 5, 1962 CAROL ANN YERABEK, DAVID WATLING 8
July 12, 1962 JACQUEY WOODSON HEADS FOR PEACE CORPS TRAINING 1
July 12, 1962 COUPLE SOLD ON THE PEOPLE OF THE JUANITA COMMUNITY (WATTS, OTIS) 1
July 12, 1962 RADIO TOWERS HEARING SET 1
July 12, 1962 OUTDOOR SALESROOM, PAINT BOOST SALES (HALL'S) 1
July 12, 1962 HOUGHTON FIRM ON PLAT FOR BUILDING 2
July 12, 1962 OPEN HOUSE HELD AT HENDRIX HOME 7
July 12, 1962 BOX CAR SQUISHES FOREIGN CAR HERE (PHOTO) 1
July 12, 1962 KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT INCREASE SEEN 12
July 12, 1962 ROSEMARY MCAULLIFE, ARVID LEROY MUSGRAVE 8
July 12, 1962 BETH TAYLOR, WILLIAM HOWE 8
July 12, 1962 SANDRA SCHWARZ, LEE V CROSBY 9
July 12, 1962 FIRE INSURANCE RATES DROP IN DISTRICT 41 1
July 12, 1962 JUANITA SIREN KNOCKED OUT 3
July 12, 1962 US HEALTH PEOPLE KEEP TABS ON KIRKLAND AREA 2
July 12, 1962 HOUGHTON TO PAY PAVING SHARE 2
July 12, 1962 HOUGHTON FIRM ON PLAT FOR BUILDING 2
July 12, 1962 COUPLE SOLD ON THE PEOPLE OF THE JUANITA COMMUNITY (WATTS, OTIS) 1
July 12, 1962 WATERFRONT ZONE CHANGE REQUESTED 2
July 12, 1962 CHARLIE ANDERSON WANTS HIS $50 BACK 3
July 12, 1962 MATHESON, DAVID 2
July 12, 1962 HEBERT, JUDITH 2
July 12, 1962 SHEPPHARD, EMMA 2
July 12, 1962 FOSTER, HELEN 7
July 12, 1962 SCHELIN, DAVID 7
July 12, 1962 KOLBO, MARTIN F 12
July 12, 1962 FISHER, KATHRYN A 12
July 12, 1962 FOUR KIRKLAND GIRLS SCOUTS HEAD FOR INTERNATIONAL ROUNDUP CAMP 9
July 12, 1962 TRUNK FILES FOR JUSTICE 1
July 12, 1962 C JOHNSON SEEKS POST 1
July 12, 1962 BURNS PROMISES NIGHT COURTS 12
July 12, 1962 TED WARREN, BOB HUBER NAMED L'LEAGUE WINNERS 1
July 12, 1962 KIRKLAND TO HOST RUTH TOURNAMENT 4
July 12, 1962 KING COUNTY BUYS MARYMOOR 3
July 12, 1962 KAREN ANN SCHAFER, RAYMOND O KEEHNER 8
July 12, 1962 SANDRA PICKRELL, PATRICK ALEXANDER 8
July 19, 1962 ARTIST-IN-ACTION AT FAIR TO SHOW "AMMONIA PRINTS" 7
July 19, 1962 SCHOOL NEED MAP (MAP OF PREDICTED 1985 SCHOOL SITES) 6
July 19, 1962 STATE OKS SITE LEASE FOR SCHOOL 7
July 19, 1962 KIRKLAND WOMAN SAVED FROM WATER 12
July 19, 1962 PHOTOS OF CIRCUS PUT ON BY CHILDREN 1
July 19, 1962 THREE REZONINGS IN COUNTY SOUGHT NEAR CITY 12
July 19, 1962 HALF LW GRADS "COLLEGE BOUND" 12
July 19, 1962 HOLLEY POSEY, DAVE BIRD 7
July 19, 1962 AMBER MABRY, PETE CARTER 7
July 19, 1962 PHOTOS OF CIRCUS PUT ON BY CHILDREN 1
July 19, 1962 UNPAID TAXES LISTED 9
July 19, 1962 FINAL POLIO IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULED FRIDAY-SAT 1
July 19, 1962 SIX PUBLIC HEARINGS SCHEDULED FOR HOUGHTON 1
July 19, 1962 A TALE OF ICE CREAM BARS AND LEASH LAWS 2
July 19, 1962 FOUR CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 4
July 19, 1962 WIDEMANN, OTTO 5
July 19, 1962 LELAND ATTACKED AS HARD TO FIND HERE 1
July 19, 1962 AL THOMPSON CHALLENGED 1
July 19, 1962 KAISER RECEIVES POSTAL APPOINTMENT 1
July 19, 1962 JOURNAL SECTION PICTURES KIRKLAND AREA BUSINESSES 1
July 19, 1962 PARK BUDGET ABOUT SAME 9
July 19, 1962 STATE TURNS DOWN MEDINA BRIDGE PLAN 3
July 19, 1962 KATHLEEN MATHESON, STEVEN LEE HAMMERSTROM 8
July 19, 1962 SHARON ANDREW, JACK BEROSIK 8
July 19, 1962 COETA HARTMAN, ALAN B CHALMERS 8
July 19, 1962 MR AND MRS ROBERT SHEARER 8
July 19, 1962 JUDY NOYD, RONALD DAVIS 8
July 26, 1962 MR AND MRS BIRNBAUM MARRIED FOR 69 YEARS 1
July 26, 1962 SEVEN KIRKLAND ARTISTS TO EXHIBIT IN FAIR 12
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE 6
July 26, 1962 COASTGUARD COMMANDER GOES SAILING FOR SPEED (COTTER, ED) 1
July 26, 1962 GERMAN RELATIVE SEEKS MISSING BROTHER HERE (MEISNER, ERICH) 1
July 26, 1962 COUPLE GRATEFUL FOR NEIGHBORS' HELP (SMITH, RAY) 1
July 26, 1962 TWO MEDICAL TECHNOLOGISTS HERE (ROSENTHAL, BIANCA & BROWN, WARREN) 7
July 26, 1962 GIRL SCOUT CORRESPONDENT REPORTS FROM VERMONT (SODERSTROM, JANET) 12
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF KIRKLAND HOSPITAL 2
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF DR HAROLD S CLEMENT - OPTICAL 4
July 26, 1962 BUILDING CODE TO BE ENFORCED 9
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF JUANITA DRIVE IN 2
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF ANDY'S AUTO REPAIR 2
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF BUTTERA MOTORS 2
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF BLAU'S TEXACO 3
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF KIRKLAND FOODLANE 3
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF MCEVOY-ROGERS LUMBER 3
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF KIRKLAND GARDEN AND PAINT 3
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF DICK'S CHEVRON 3
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF THE FLAME 4
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF EASTSIDE MUSIC 4
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF SEAMEN'S OUTFITTING STORE 4
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF COIN-A-MATIC 4
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF WATT'S AUTO ELECTRICAL 4
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF DRAIN AND DONOGHUE 5
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF KVAM DRUG CO NO 3 5
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF J C PENNEY 5
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF BRYANT HARDWARE 5
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF BEN FRANKLIN STORE 5
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF SAFEWAY STORE 5
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF KIRKLAND SHOES 6
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF WESTERN OPTICAL 6
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF T M WAGONER JEWELER 6
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF COLMAN'S KIRKLAND DRUG 6
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF SURF CAFE 6
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF DOUGLASS PHOTOGRAPHY 7
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF BLECHA BROS INC 7
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF THE ART MART 7
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF CAROL'S DRESS SHOP 7
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF JEAN'S FABRIC 7
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF O K RUBBER WELDERS 8
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF WALT'S RICHFIELD 8
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF LAKESHORE OPTICAL 8
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF BIXBY'S MARINA 8
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF THOMPSON'S BOOKKEEPING AND ANSWERING 9
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF HALLEN MOTOR SERVICE 9
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF PINES FLORAL COMPANY 9
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF TOTEM BOWL 9
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF CHET'S ROSE HILL ENCO 9
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF ROSE HILL SALON OF BEAUTY 9
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF KIRKLAND FURNITURE CO 10
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF CONNOLLY'S FAMILY SHOE STORE 10
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF PAUL'S JEWELRY 10
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF DOCTOR'S DAVID AND PATRICIA ANDRIESEN 10
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF MODE-O-DAY 10
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF MCDOUGALL'S 10
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF WESTLUND'S SHELL SERVICE 11
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE INC 11
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF MCLEOD SPORTING GOODS 11
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF SEARS AND ROEBUCK 11
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF TRADEWELL STORE 11
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF RAD'S DRIVE IN 12
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF LAKEVIEW IGA 12
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF LAKE VISTA DRUG 12
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF LAKEVIEW VELTEX SERVICE 12
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF LAKEVIEW RICHFIELD SERVICE 12
July 26, 1962 2 JUNIOR COLLEGES NEEDED FOR AREA 3
July 26, 1962 THIRD APARTMENT TO BE BUILT ON 2ND ST 1
July 26, 1962 CAROLINE PARK OPEN HOUSE SET 6
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF HEYER REST HOME 8
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF SIMPSON NURSING HOME 8
July 26, 1962 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - PHOTO  OF LAKE-VUE MANOR 12
July 26, 1962 UGN SETS $22792 FOR AREA 9
July 26, 1962 JUNIOR COLLEGE COST EQUAL TO HIGH SCHOOL 3
July 26, 1962 JACQUELINE BELLINGS, WILLIAM T SKAHAN 8
July 26, 1962 JANET GILL, RONALD SCOTT 8
July 26, 1962 PATRICIA HUMPHREYS, WILFRED HEINZIG 8
July 26, 1962 FALK DOUSES COUNTY'S BURNING AT HOUGHTON FILL 1
July 26, 1962 PUBLIC HARD PUT TO FIND OUT WHO'S RESPONSIBLE (LAKE POLLUTION) 2
July 26, 1962 ROSE HILL TB TESTING NEXT 3
July 26, 1962 FALK DOUSES COUNTY'S BURNING AT HOUGHTON FILL 1
July 26, 1962 JUANITA PLAYGROUND (PHOTO OF JUANITA BEACH) 1
July 26, 1962 JUANITA BAY (PHOTO) 2
July 26, 1962 JUANITA PLAYGROUND (PHOTO OF JUANITA BEACH) 1
July 26, 1962 SUMMER'S HERE, FERRIES LEAVE 1
July 26, 1962 BOYS CAUGHT STEALING BOAT 6
July 26, 1962 RADIO STATION ASKS FOR SITE USE 1
July 26, 1962 KIRTLEY, EARL L 6
July 26, 1962 WALLACE EARL E 6
July 26, 1962 JUANITA PLAYGROUND (PHOTO OF JUANITA BEACH) 1
July 26, 1962 STATE INCLUDES PAVING KIRKLAND-REDMOND ROAD 1
July 26, 1962 REROUTED 2-D ASKED 1
July 26, 1962 CHARLENE TAYLOR, LESTER QUEENER 7
July 26, 1962 RUTH ELAINE COOLEY, LEROY DORSEY 8
July 26, 1962 SANDRA ELAINE DORR, DANIEL FEATHERSTON 8
August 2, 1962 WELCOME LITTLE LEAGUERS (PHOTOS) 6
August 2, 1962 H & N FARMS TO HOST CONVENTION 9
August 2, 1962 ARTIST'S WORK PLACES IN FAIR AT FIRST TRY (CHAROUHAS, BETTY) 10
August 2, 1962 COL. PATTY AND FAMILY COME HOME FOR VISIT (PATTY, HOMER E) 6
August 2, 1962 MARK TWAIN SCHOOL BUILDING STILL STALLED 3
August 2, 1962 CIVIC GROUPS BACK COLLEGE 9
August 2, 1962 NEW ARMORY FORESEEN NEARBY 3
August 2, 1962 NURSING HOME OWNERS SAY CHARGE NECESSARY 1
August 2, 1962 ONE, TWO, THREE, KICK (PHOTO OF SWIMMING LESSONS AT WAVERLY PARK) 7
August 2, 1962 CODE TO BE AIRED SOON 2
August 2, 1962 DOUBLE SHIFTING DUE (ROSE HILL) 8
August 2, 1962 GEORGIA LYNN STEWART, LARRY FRANKLIN 7
August 2, 1962 CINDY LOU RAINWATER, JERRY MCMEANS 7
August 2, 1962 FIRE GUTS AUTO IN HOUGHTON 5
August 2, 1962 ENGINEERING JOB UNFILLED 1
August 2, 1962 TUBERCULOSIS SPREADING THROUGH KIRKLAND AREA 1
August 2, 1962 PARENTS WARNED ABOUT POISONOUS PLANTS 6
August 2, 1962 BELLEVUEAN BEATEN HERE (WILSON, GEORGE) 3
August 2, 1962 BREACH OF PEACE CHARGE DISMISSED 3
August 2, 1962 NEW AIRMEN BACK AFTER EVENTFUL YEAR (LAMBERT, BOB & MYNAR, JIM) 3
August 2, 1962 COGSWELL, KENNETH H 1
August 2, 1962 MARTIN, JOE 2
August 2, 1962 BADGLEY, GUSTAVA C 2
August 2, 1962 ROUNDUP GIRLS LIVE OUTDOORS IN VERMONT 8
August 2, 1962 WELCOME STATE LITTLE LEAGUE TOURNEY 1
August 2, 1962 TWO STUDENTS SEEK ADVENTURE ON BICYCLE (TAYLOR, JOHN & OLSON, GARY) 5
August 2, 1962 WALTER FITCH WILL BE PASTOR FOR AUGUST 9
August 2, 1962 STATE DELAYS KIRKLAND ACCESS TWO YEARS 1
August 2, 1962 PEOPLE PROTECTION PAINTED (PEDESTRIAN WALKS) 1
August 2, 1962 INTERCHANGE EXPECTED SOON 1
August 2, 1962 SPRINKLING BANS SPOTTY IN THIS AREA 1
August 2, 1962 $143,000 SOUGHT FOR WATER, SEWER FIX UP 2
August 2, 1962 SUSAN WILSON, WILLIAM HALL 8
August 2, 1962 DONNA FLANERY, MICHAEL CLEMMONS 8
August 2, 1962 ISABELLE C FLORIN, OSCAR E ENGELBREKT 8
August 2, 1962 MAXINE CONOVER, JAMES THENO 8
August 9, 1962 HARRY WRAY'S DREAM SLIPS AWAY DAY-BY-DAY 3
August 9, 1962 SCHOOL NURSE RETIRES AFTER 20 YEARS SERVICE (NORDSTROM, AGNES) 8
August 9, 1962 CONSUL VISITS BLAU FAMILY 9
August 9, 1962 KIRKLAND KEEPS ALIVE RIVERBOATING TRADITION (ROSIN, FRANK) 12
August 9, 1962 PARK PLANS STILL IN AIR 3
August 9, 1962 DOCTOR FIRST TENANT FOR BUILDING (THIELE, R A) 8
August 9, 1962 SLOW START (PHOTOS OF MARK TWAIN SCHOOL) 2
August 9, 1962 BUILDING PERMIT EXTENDED, MAYOR WANTS FIRST SWIM 2
August 9, 1962 FIVE TON BULLDOZER OVERTURNED (PHOTO) 3
August 9, 1962 SPEAKER SAYS CENTERS NOT BOMB ANSWERS 3
August 9, 1962 DEVELOPER STALLED BY SCHOOL NEEDS 3
August 9, 1962 WHAT URBAN GOVERNMENT REFORM MEANS TO YOU 2
August 9, 1962 SHEETS HITS AT SCHOOLS (SHEETS, WILSON) 1
August 9, 1962 SCHOOL CHANGES ORDERED 3
August 9, 1962 $250,000 PAYROLL COMING (WESTERN PLYWOOD) 1
August 9, 1962 TERESA ANNE GUSTAFSON, GERALD O NORTH 8
August 9, 1962 JOANIE BERGEVIN, ROGER T PINNEY 8
August 9, 1962 BLAZE LEVELS BOATHOUSE 1
August 9, 1962 '63 BUDGET 'IN RED' SO FAR 2
August 9, 1962 $250,000 PAYROLL COMING (WESTERN PLYWOOD) 1
August 9, 1962 LAUNCH (PHOTO OF BOAT LAUNCH AT LAKE WASHINGTON SHIPYARD) 5
August 9, 1962 ZECH, DR RAYMOND LEWIS 1
August 9, 1962 RAINWATER, JIMMIE 1
August 9, 1962 GORE, RAY O 2
August 9, 1962 PETERSEN, BIRGER 7
August 9, 1962 EDFAST, ROY 7
August 9, 1962 SWANSON, ERIC 9
August 9, 1962 NICHOLAS, THOMAS I 10
August 9, 1962 HOWLAND, BENDA 10
August 9, 1962 TRUNK HITS JUDGE SIGNS 1
August 9, 1962 FORMER KIRKLAND GIRL PUBLISHES FIRST NOVEL (HUDSON, LOIS PHILLIPS) 1
August 9, 1962 BELLEVUE TAKES STATE TITLE HERE, REDMOND THIRD 4
August 9, 1962 OPEN PAIR BRIDGE PLAYED 7
August 9, 1962 PARK PLANS STILL IN AIR 3
August 9, 1962 FATHER CONGER CHAIRS LITURGICAL CONFERENCE 1
August 9, 1962 LAUNCH (PHOTO OF BOAT LAUNCH AT LAKE WASHINGTON SHIPYARD) 5
August 9, 1962 KIRKLAND KEEPS ALIVE RIVERBOATING TRADITION (ROSIN, FRANK) 12
August 9, 1962 RAPID TRANSIT CALLED TRAFFIC SNARL 'ANSWER' 3
August 9, 1962 BUGGE PLEDGES AID FOR ACCESS HIGHWAY 1
August 9, 1962 2-D REPAVING BID OPENED 1
August 9, 1962 GOOD ROADS BACKS CITY'S RAMP 5
August 9, 1962 HOORAY, WE'RE FIRST AGAIN (CITY SEWER BILL) 5
August 9, 1962 SHERRY ANN HALBERT, PHILLIP PIERCE 8
August 9, 1962 AILEEN ARMSTRONG, HARRY CROW 8
August 9, 1962 GERALDINE RADTKE, FRANK MELLQUEST 8
August 16, 1962 CELLAR GALLERY'S NEW SHOW FEATURES NORTHWEST ARTISTS 9
August 16, 1962 LOCKWOOD FAMILY REUNION ATTENDED BY 74 MEMBERS 8
August 16, 1962 SENIOR CITIZEN TRADES RETIREMENT FOR CERAMICS (HADLEY, HATTIE) 8
August 16, 1962 TIME RAN OUT ON APARTMENT DECISION 1
August 16, 1962 PARTNERS WIN 15000 DOLLAR BILLS (STUART, HAROLD & HOODLESS, FRANK) 7
August 16, 1962 MRS BOUCHELLE SERIOUSLY HURT 2
August 16, 1962 STUDENTS ORGANIZE WRAY BENEFIT EVENTS 1
August 16, 1962 STATE PRESIDENT TO VISIT PTA WORKSHOP HERE 8
August 16, 1962 SCHOOLS OPEN FOR NEWCOMER REGISTRATION 12
August 16, 1962 MYRNA BELLE ROGERS, LARRY NELSON CROUCH 8
August 16, 1962 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (FLOOD PLAN) 2
August 16, 1962 WHAT'S HAPPENING TO OUR DOGS 3
August 16, 1962 KIRKLAND TAX LAND TO BE SOLD SEPT 6 6
August 16, 1962 TB TEST COVERS 53% HERE 1
August 16, 1962 HOUGHTON CITIZENS TOLD TO RETURN FOR ACTION 1
August 16, 1962 FORMER RESIDENT RETURNS; CITY PATIENT (TRUSSELL, HAROLD J) 1
August 16, 1962 POLICE SEEK 3 FORGERS 4
August 16, 1962 $700 BURGLARY HERE 5
August 16, 1962 WHAT NEW NORTHLAKE JUSTICE COURT WILL MEAN 6
August 16, 1962 CHIEF SEEKS PATROLMAN, RAISES, FOR CRIME RISE 12
August 16, 1962 NO VACANCY SIGN OUT FOR HOSPITAL INCUBATORS 9
August 16, 1962 SANFORD, DONALD LEE 4
August 16, 1962 SANFORD, MARY 4
August 16, 1962 JOHNSTON, ETTA 5
August 16, 1962 HAS WINGS (DELAPP, CAROL L) 8
August 16, 1962 ROUNDUP GIRLS LEAVE CAMP WITH MEMORIES OF FRIENDS 9
August 16, 1962 ROTARY PARTY SLATED 1
August 16, 1962 FIRST ROTARIANS (PHOTO) 2
August 16, 1962 LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS PLAN AREA MEMBERSHIP TEAS 8
August 16, 1962 DAVIS SAYS TRUNK IN ERROR 1
August 16, 1962 'PURE BUNK' SAYS TRUNK 6
August 16, 1962 POST OFFICE DUE FOR ROSE HILL 1
August 16, 1962 KIRKLAND TO HOST ANOTHER STATE DIAMOND TOURNEY 4
August 16, 1962 POST OFFICE DUE FOR ROSE HILL 1
August 16, 1962 VARIOUS PHOTOS OF BOATS 6
August 16, 1962 WATER MAIN BREAK FIXED 4
August 23, 1962 SUCCESSFUL PLAY GIVES RISE TO FORMING OF THEATRE EAST 3
August 23, 1962 OLSON (OLE) BUILDS HIS OWN FERRIS WHEEL IN HOUGHTON FRONT YARD 3
August 23, 1962 COMBINED ... MARUSKA BROTHERS ADD WEIGHT TO FAMILY REUNION 9
August 23, 1962 COMMUNITY COLLEGE VOTE ASKED NOV 6 1
August 23, 1962 WALTER REED PROPOSED 1
August 23, 1962 CITY HALL FLOOR FLOODS 1
August 23, 1962 BAPTISTS TO BREAK GROUND 9
August 23, 1962 REZONING SOUGHT FOR 70 ACRES NEAR FIRLOCH 1
August 23, 1962 SCHOOLS HIRE FIRST PHD (KENSEL, WILLIAM H) 1
August 23, 1962 STUDENT FUND FOR WRAY STILL GOING 2
August 23, 1962 58 NEW TEACHERS HIRED BY DISTRICT FOR 11 SCHOOLS 6
August 23, 1962 TERRY DARLENE IRVIN, RICHARD BURNHAM 7
August 23, 1962 PATRICIA JEAN BENNER, VERNON EASTERLIN JR 7
August 23, 1962 SLOW BURN (PHOTO OF FIRE TRAINING) 1
August 23, 1962 COUNCIL SEEKS 5 MILL LEVY 2
August 23, 1962 ENGINEERS TO CHECK PLATS FOR HOUGHTON 1
August 23, 1962 LEASH LAW TO BE ON SEPT BALLOT 1
August 23, 1962 BIRD CHASE CALLS POLICE 1
August 23, 1962 WATERFRONT PATROL COSTS $1.66 PER HOUR - FALK SAYS 3
August 23, 1962 DON SPRINKLE BACKS CENTRAL DISPATCHING 3
August 23, 1962 TWO RETURNED ON CHARGES 9
August 23, 1962 YOUNGEST READERS READ MORE ON LIBRARY PROGRAM 1
August 23, 1962 GIRLS LEARN HORSES ARE MORE THAN JUST TO SIT ON 5
August 23, 1962 ROTARY HITS 25 YEAR MARK 10
August 23, 1962 JOHNSON CHALLENGES CANDIDATES CLAIMS' 3
August 23, 1962 TRUNK HITS EXTENDED JURISDICTION CLAIMS 3
August 23, 1962 KATHY LANDVATTER WINS BIKE DERBY QUEEN TITLE 4
August 23, 1962 COMMUTER SURGE SAID KEY TO TRANSPORT 6
August 23, 1962 LELAND OPTIMISTIC ON EARLY ACCESS 1
August 23, 1962 BRIDGE WORK STEPPED UP (PHOTOS) 1
August 23, 1962 JOYCE ELAINE THOMSEN, CHESTER DOUGLAS BLAKE 7
August 23, 1962 AMBER MABRY, NOLAN CARTER 8
August 23, 1962 EARLINE MCWHIRTER, THOMAS DALY 8
August 23, 1962 MARY BETH SCHEEL, HANS CHRISTIAN (CHRIS) ESKILDSON 8
August 30, 1962 DRISCOLL'S TAVERN (PHOTO) 6
August 30, 1962 EARLYDAY RESIDENT KEEPS TRACK VIA SCRAPBOOKS (FISK, GRACE) 6
August 30, 1962 HAWAIIAN COUPLE REMINISCE WITH FRIENDS OF MRS CADLE 8
August 30, 1962 SON TO TEACH IN OKINAWA (BROMAN, HAROLD) 10
August 30, 1962 GROUND BROKEN FOR ROSE HILL BAPTIST CHURCH 10
August 30, 1962 VEHICLE CLIPS HYDRANT, DOORS, AS BRAKES FAIL 1
August 30, 1962 QUALITY EDUCATION POSSIBLE WITH GROWTH 1
August 30, 1962 JOHNSON LONG IN DISTRICT 1
August 30, 1962 SCHOOLS SEE 7000 PUPILS 1
August 30, 1962 LAKEVIEW TO TAKE THREE GRADES 4
August 30, 1962 ADULT EDUCATION BROCHURE OUT 5
August 30, 1962 BRAMBLE PROGRAM AMAZES 1
August 30, 1962 CITY'S BUDGET BALANCED 1
August 30, 1962 CITY WINS ENGINEER (CLERK, F E) 1
August 30, 1962 EARLYDAY RESIDENT KEEPS TRACK VIA SCRAPBOOKS (FISK, GRACE) 6
August 30, 1962 REQUESTS TO HOLD OVER BUSINESS CUT MEETING 2
August 30, 1962 SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION NOT POLICE PROBLEM, CHIEF SAYS 2
August 30, 1962 HIT-RUNS ON UPSWING 3
August 30, 1962 RADDER, PETER G 2
August 30, 1962 HENNEN, MAX L 2
August 30, 1962 MITCHELL, ROBERT 2
August 30, 1962 HICKENBOTTOM, FREDERICK W 4
August 30, 1962 NEILSEN, BERTHA K 5
August 30, 1962 DAUCETTE, LENA 9
August 30, 1962 WOMAN'S CLUB TO START (KIRKLAND WOMAN'S CLUB) 8
August 30, 1962 DEMOS WANT INCOME TAX 1
August 30, 1962 LAWYERS FAVOR JOHNSON 1
August 30, 1962 200 HEAR CANDIDATES VIEWS, OPINIONS AT REDMOND 1
August 30, 1962 BURNS HOLDS UP RECORD 3
August 30, 1962 LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES VOICE MAJOR PROJECTS ... 7
August 30, 1962 POST OFFICE BID RECOMMENDED (ROSE HILL) 1
August 30, 1962 NEW JUANITA REPORTER INTRODUCED (SEARLE, ANNABEL) 8
August 30, 1962 KIRKLAND'S TOWN TEAM WINS STATE BASEBALL CROWN 4
August 30, 1962 POST OFFICE BID RECOMMENDED (ROSE HILL) 1
August 30, 1962 ENTRANCE, EXIT (PHOTO OF WELCOME SIGNS FOR CITY ENTRANCES) 2
August 30, 1962 ACTOR TELLS ACCESS ROAD FUND PLAN 9
August 30, 1962 LYN GRANDY, WARREN TOZER 8
August 30, 1962 MARLENE MARIE MOSER, ARTHUR LEE HALL 8
August 30, 1962 JOHANNA SCHULTZ, JOHN F KUSKA 8
September 6, 1962 TRYOUTS CALLED BY THEATRE EAST 6
September 6, 1962 MORELLI LEFT BEHIND A STRANGE ARMY (MORELLI, PANFILO) 1
September 6, 1962 JUANITANS CLAIM CAPSULE LIVING RECORD (LAWRENCE, BILL & JOHNSON, SCOTT) 3
September 6, 1962 OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT RUSSIA WAS UNEXPECTED FOR TRAVELER (CONNOR, JIMIE) 6
September 6, 1962 JACQUEY LEAVES WITH PEACE CORPS FOR ETHIOPIA (WOODSON, JACQUELINE) 10
September 6, 1962 RAINWATER STABLES SOLD 1
September 6, 1962 FIRLOCK REZONE DENIED 3
September 6, 1962 SCHOOLS LAUNCH TRANSPORT STUDY 1
September 6, 1962 WRAY WINS SCHOOL AID FOR STUDY PLAN 1
September 6, 1962 ENROLLMENT SURGES HERE 1
September 6, 1962 JOHNSON NOTES CHANGES IN SCHOOL 10
September 6, 1962 SUSAN YORK, JOHN C RIGGS 6
September 6, 1962 CLEAN LAKE TO FOLLOW METRO TRUNK 1
September 6, 1962 DREYERS RETURN TO GUTTED HOME 1
September 6, 1962 CLEAN LAKE TO FOLLOW METRO TRUNK 1
September 6, 1962 HAGERMAN, AVEL 2
September 6, 1962 BRISKY, GEORGE 3
September 6, 1962 BROWN, MARY ELEANOR 3
September 6, 1962 WOOD, JOSIE 6
September 6, 1962 STENSLAND, KENNETH 10
September 6, 1962 VOTERS TO PICK CANDIDATES FOR 16 POSTS 1
September 6, 1962 VOTERS TO DECIDE "MOST SIGNIFICANT" ISSUE SEPT 11 1
September 6, 1962 TRUNK BACKERS LAUNCH GET OUT THE VOTE DRIVE HERE 5
September 6, 1962 DAVIS COUNTERS CLAIMS, CALLS THEM 'RIDICULOUS' 5
September 6, 1962 BURNS COUNTERATTACKS, CHARGES SMOKESCREEN 5
September 6, 1962 KIRKLAND SIGNS HONOR JOANNE'S GOLF TRIUMPH (GUNDERSON) 1
September 6, 1962 CONGREGATION TO HONOR PASTOR AND MRS NORTH 6
September 6, 1962 HOPKINS WINS INTERCHANGE CONTRACT 1
September 6, 1962 LINDA JOHNSON, JOHN CADIGAN 8
September 6, 1962 BARBARA ANN BOLSTER, MELVIN DAVIDSON 8
September 6, 1962 ERNESTINE NORTH, RONALD CULTUM 8
September 13, 1962 LIVELY ARTS CENTER OPENS IN KIRKLAND 9
September 13, 1962 CITY CAN SELL CENTER 1
September 13, 1962 FIREHALL TAX SOUGHT 1
September 13, 1962 APARTMENT PLAT REJECTED BY COUNCIL 5
September 13, 1962 C OF C CENTER STATUS 3
September 13, 1962 LAUNCHING OF UGN DRIVE READY FOR KIRKLAND AREA 1
September 13, 1962 CITY'S COMPREHENSIVE PLAN DOUBLES SHOPPING 3
September 13, 1962 ADULT SCHOOL TRIES MAIL REGISTRATION 2
September 13, 1962 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT UP 12.2% 2
September 13, 1962 IDIOT EYE EDUCATION ON UPSWING HERE (TELEVISION ) 5
September 13, 1962 HIGH SCHOOL COMMITTEE SETS GROOMING RULES 7
September 13, 1962 JOANN DEJONG, JIM E KENNARD 8
September 13, 1962 JERRIANNE GRADY, BRUCE FREDERICK HELBERG II 8
September 13, 1962 CITY DADS OK BUDGET 1
September 13, 1962 URBAN GOVERNMENT CHANGES DETAILED 12
September 13, 1962 EASTSIDE BACKS METRO PLAN 2
September 13, 1962 POLIO MAKE UP READY 1
September 13, 1962 HOUGHTON BUDGET EXPLAINED 1
September 13, 1962 NEW INDUSTRY TO LOCALE (PROCTOR PRODUCTS) 2
September 13, 1962 LINDER, HILMA E 2
September 13, 1962 OSTRUM, ANNA 3
September 13, 1962 WHITMAN, CLARA M 9
September 13, 1962 JOHNSON, BURNS IN JUSTICE COURT RACE 1
September 13, 1962 REPUBLICANS OUTVOTE DEMOCRATS TWO TO ONE 1
September 13, 1962 HORSE SHOW SET SEPT 21 5
September 13, 1962 SADDLE CLUB SHOW: SEVEN TAKE DOUBLE FIRSTS 7
September 13, 1962 UNITARIAN SERVICES START 12
September 13, 1962 HOW IT WENT :RETURNS (ELECTION) 2
September 13, 1962 BUSES REROUTED IN CITY 1
September 13, 1962 RAMPS BEGUN 1
September 13, 1962 NE 124TH EXTENSION TOLD 3
September 13, 1962 DEANNA DAVIS, BILL MEYER 8
September 13, 1962 SARAH ANNE PRITCHARD, REV ROBERT F HAYMAN 8
September 20, 1962 MRS WALKER BUILDS SPACE NEEDLE WITH "BENT" LUMBER 7
September 20, 1962 CITY TO SEEK YMCA CENTER HERE 1
September 20, 1962 COMMUNITY COLLEGE VOTE SLATED FOR NOV 6 BALLOT 1
September 20, 1962 MARK TWAIN OPENING NOV 14 1
September 20, 1962 KRUZNER TO TALK ON SCHOOL SITES 1
September 20, 1962 SCHOOLS SAY "GO" TO JUANITA PLAT 3
September 20, 1962 YOUTH INJURED IN COLLISION (HETTEL, BARRY) 1
September 20, 1962 MISS TACKER INJURED 1
September 20, 1962 THREE PLATS BEFORE GROUP 5
September 20, 1962 FOODS FUN AND BUDGET-FREE IN COURSE FOR HOMEMAKERS 2
September 20, 1962 SCHOOLS TO COST 3-1/2 MILLION 6
September 20, 1962 THE MEN - HERE THEY ARE (PHOTO OF FIREFIGHTERS) 3
September 20, 1962 CITY DADS FIND "GOLD" 9
September 20, 1962 CITY OK'S MOTEL SITE ANNEXATION 1
September 20, 1962 MARINE FIRM SEEKS PERMIT FOR LABORATORY 1
September 20, 1962 SCHOOLS SAY "GO" TO JUANITA PLAT 3
September 20, 1962 BEACH HOUSE VANDALIZED 2
September 20, 1962 JASPER, ROSE 3
September 20, 1962 LOCAL ROCKHOUNDS HEAD FOR REGIONAL 1
September 20, 1962 DENNY PARK ORTHOPEDICS LAUNCH DRIVE FOR MEMBERS 8
September 20, 1962 CITY TO SEEK YMCA CENTER HERE 1
September 20, 1962 NEW STAFFER JOINS YMCA (BORGESON, ERICK) 1
September 20, 1962 HERE'S WHERE TO GO TO REGISTER TO VOTE 3
September 20, 1962 ROSE HILL P.O. OPENS OCT 1 9
September 20, 1962 FREE TRIP TO ROSE BOWL GAME IN NEW JOURNAL FOOTBALL CONTEST 1
September 20, 1962 JIMMIE RAINWATER MEMORIAL TO BE AWARDED AT HORSE SHOW 5
September 20, 1962 ROSE HILL P.O. OPENS OCT 1 9
September 20, 1962 MORE WATER SOUGHT BY DISTRICT 1
September 20, 1962 ROSEMARY ANN BELMONT, JAMES MICHAEL MCAULIFFE 7
September 20, 1962 MARLENE E STEIG, GERALD R EVERETT 7
September 20, 1962 JANET GILL, RONALD SCOTT 8
September 27, 1962 VISITOR PRAISES ART CLIMATE 7
September 27, 1962 ART ESTABLISHES KIRKLAND AS CENTER 7
September 27, 1962 BARRIES END 13 YEARS AT CANTEEN 1
September 27, 1962 EXCHANGERS NAME SMITH BOY OF MONTH (SMITH, DAVE) 1
September 27, 1962 LINDA HANSEN STARTS STUDY IN MEXICO 9
September 27, 1962 HOUGHTON COUPLE SENDS GREETINGS FROM HAWAII (STUBNER, SAMI & FRED) 11
September 27, 1962 SIX STORY WATERFRONT APARTMENT PROPOSED 1
September 27, 1962 JUANITA HOUSES ON DISPLAY 11
September 27, 1962 DOWNTOWN PLANS FEATURE RING ROAD 1
September 27, 1962 LONG RANGE KIRKLAND PLAN FOR GROWTH TO BE OFFERED 2
September 27, 1962 DOCTOR SAYS VACCINE SAFE 1
September 27, 1962 OCEAN INSTRUMENTS FIRM AS MARINA USE OPPOSED 1
September 27, 1962 JUANITA HOUSES ON DISPLAY 11
September 27, 1962 HOUGHTON CLUB FINDS POLICING HIGH 1
September 27, 1962 BOYS WITNESS JUANITA FIGHT 3
September 27, 1962 AUTOS STOLEN, ONE RECOVERED 3
September 27, 1962 LEETZ, ARNOLD 2
September 27, 1962 CAMP FIRE GIRLS, BLUE BIRDS ADVANCED AT COUNCIL RITE 11
September 27, 1962 RAINBOW GIRLS TO INSTALL MERRILY MARSH AS ADVISOR 14
September 27, 1962 DRIVE ON TO OBTAIN VOTERS' REGISTRATIONS 1
September 27, 1962 DOWNTOWN PLANS FEATURE RING ROAD 1
September 27, 1962 'JOANNE ' SIGNS TO COME DOWN 2
September 27, 1962 BRIDGE WORK MOVES AHEAD IN ADVANCE OF FALL WEATHER 2
September 27, 1962 SLOW DOWN (PHOTO OF CONSTRUCTION ) 3
September 27, 1962 PAMELA SMITH, WALTER MILTON 8
September 27, 1962 (FIRST NAME UNKNOWN) SCHWEITZER,  PAUL ALLEN SCHWEITZER 8
September 27, 1962 SUE ANN BONHAM, DAVID SHAFFER 8
October 4, 1962 DONNA HJORTH IS FINALIST FOR SYMPHONY 9
October 4, 1962 LAKE WASHINGTON TAXPAYERS WIN SCHOOL BUILDING BARGAIN 1
October 4, 1962 COLLEGE FUNDS MARKED 1
October 4, 1962 BOWIE FIELD TO BE SIGNED 4
October 4, 1962 NAZARENE CHURCH BUILDS NEW WING 11
October 4, 1962 UGN DRIVE SLOW HERE 1
October 4, 1962 HIGH SCHOOLERS TAKE TIME FROM LUNCH PERIOD TO VOTE 11
October 4, 1962 BONNIE FRANKLIN, KIT WICKENCAMP 10
October 4, 1962 KIRKLAND COUNCIL SET TO ADOPT LEASH LAW 1
October 4, 1962 MAYOR JOHNSON ANSWERS HOUGHTON BUDGET CHARGES 1
October 4, 1962 FIRST ATTORNEY NEW BAR PREXY (POWELL, MAURY) 1
October 4, 1962 YOUTH SLASHED BY KNIFE (BREWSTER, BOYCE A) 5
October 4, 1962 KIRKLANDERS CITED ON LIQUOR CHARGES 6
October 4, 1962 SADDLES, BRIDLES TAKEN FROM STABLE 12
October 4, 1962 BEETLE, ROSALEE E 11
October 4, 1962 WINTERS, HENRY L 12
October 4, 1962 WITTENMEYER, MRS ART 12
October 4, 1962 GOOD ROADS NAME NEW OFFICERS 1
October 4, 1962 DEBBY CLARK WINS RAINWATER TROPHY 4
October 4, 1962 COMMUNITY APPROVES ACCESS 1
October 4, 1962 SEWER DISTRICT VOTE ISSUE TO BE EXPLAINED 1
October 4, 1962 TORNADO SWEEPS ACROSS FINN HILL, JUANITA AREA (PHOTOS) 3
October 4, 1962 TORNADO DOES SEARLE HOUSEKEEPING CHORE 3
October 4, 1962 BEVERLY BURNETT, WILLIAM ARTHUR 10
October 4, 1962 SHARON LEA ASHFORD, CHARLES R AGGERS 10
October 11, 1962 JANN WALLACE APPEARS ON TV 7
October 11, 1962 JUANITA BOY BUILDS CART FOR PROSPECTING WITH DOG (HAMILTON, MIKE) 7
October 11, 1962 KIRKLAND TO MAKE "Y" BID 1
October 11, 1962 LANDMARK DISAPPEARS (PHOTO OF REMOVAL OF OIL TANKS ON LAKE ST) 11
October 11, 1962 COMMUNITY COLLEGE NEED "IMPERATIVE" JOHNSON SAYS 1
October 11, 1962 PLAT FAILS ON 2ND ATTEMPT 1
October 11, 1962 KIRKLAND UGN WORKERS THIRD IN NORTH COUNTY 7
October 11, 1962 RESIDENTIAL DRIVE FOR UGN UNDERWAY 7
October 11, 1962 COLLEGE CLAIMS A THIRD 1
October 11, 1962 '63 SCHOOL SPENDING PLAN SET 9
October 11, 1962 ADULT CLASSES REACH 2000 ENROLLMENT 14
October 11, 1962 LW QUEEN CANDIDATES SELECTED 1
October 11, 1962 HOUGHTON BUDGET ADOPTED QUIETLY 1
October 11, 1962 FURNITURE FACTORY PLANNED 1
October 11, 1962 REYNOLDS' HEARING POSTPONED 1
October 11, 1962 FIVE FORFEIT BAIL ON LIQUOR CHARGES 5
October 11, 1962 THREE CHARGED AFTER FIGHT 6
October 11, 1962 POLICE LAUNCH TRAINING PROGRAM 11
October 11, 1962 BARRETT, MARY FRANCIS 2
October 11, 1962 BOND, THOMAS 2
October 11, 1962 RUPLE, PAUL 2
October 11, 1962 GUNDERSON, LOUIS MARTIN 2
October 11, 1962 NETTLETON, ALICE 6
October 11, 1962 LUCIER, EDWARD 12
October 11, 1962 PETERSON, EDWIN 12
October 11, 1962 BUSINESS WOMEN RECALL 40-YEAR HISTORY 8
October 11, 1962 DICK CHRISTENSEN TO SPEAK AT CANDIDATE'S NIGHT OCT 17 1
October 11, 1962 REDISTRICTING FOES MISLED, ADVOCATES CHARGE 3
October 11, 1962 VOTERS HAVE OPPORTUNITY TO STUDY PROPOSED AMENDMENTS 10
October 11, 1962 JOURNAL WINS AGAIN (2ND PLACE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY) 2
October 11, 1962 NORTHWEST COLLEGE STUDENTS IN SUMMER MINISTRY WORK 8
October 11, 1962 BAPTIST CHURCH SLATES REVIVAL 11
October 11, 1962 STATE CLOSES ACCESS ROADS 1
October 11, 1962 SEWER PLAN FOR NORTHEAST DISTRICT DISCUSSED AT MEETING 1
October 18, 1962 WIFE LEARNS SECRET OF HAPPY RETIREMENT (BRAILLARD, MR & MRS FRANCIS H) 6
October 18, 1962 CITY THANKS LUELLA SMITH FOR SERVICE 10
October 18, 1962 MISSIONARY FAMILY LIVES IN KIRKLAND FOR YEAR (RUSSELL, REV MURRAY) 11
October 18, 1962 CENTRAL FOOTBALL FIELD TO BE STUDIED 1
October 18, 1962 JUNIOR COLLEGE BUILDINGS NOT EXTRAVAGANT; VIEWER 3
October 18, 1962 CHAMBER TO HEAR IDEAS ON REVAMPING 9
October 18, 1962 HEARING SET ON REZONES 3
October 18, 1962 REZONING BEFORE COMMISSION 7
October 18, 1962 KIRKLAND OFFERS BARGAIN 9
October 18, 1962 ACTIVE TB CASE FOUND 5
October 18, 1962 LEASH LAW EFFECTIVE SATURDAY 1
October 18, 1962 CITY SEEKS SETTLEMENT 5
October 18, 1962 RYGH, OLAF 7
October 18, 1962 PRYOR, JAMES 7
October 18, 1962 TOASTMISTRESS CLUB CHANGE IN NAME TOLD 10
October 18, 1962 VOTERS HAVE OPPORTUNITY TO STUDY PROPOSED AMENDMENTS 10
October 18, 1962 NEW JOURNAL MAP READIED FOR NOVEMBER 1
October 18, 1962 CENTRAL FOOTBALL FIELD TO BE STUDIED 1
October 18, 1962 CHURCH EMPHASIZES STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM (TRINITY LUTHERAN) 14
October 18, 1962 REORGANIZE SUBURBIA, GROUP WARNS 1
October 18, 1962 CITY'S TRAFFIC SAFETY PROGRESS NOTED IN REPORT 1
October 18, 1962 EAST SIDE APPROACHES TO THIRD BRIDGE OUTLINED IN GOVERNOR'S MEETING 1
October 18, 1962 SEWER LINE DEVIATION POSSIBLE 1
October 18, 1962 TYPHOON HITS EAST SIDE FRIDAY (PHOTOS ON PAGE 3) 1
October 25, 1962 REDMOND COUPLE TO OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING AT RECEPTION (ORR, J J) 8
October 25, 1962 ARTISTS' WORK ON DISPLAY AT GALLERY CAN BE RENTED 13
October 25, 1962 PEOPLE'S BANK BRANCH PLANNED 14
October 25, 1962 HOUGHTONIAN JESSE HART STRIKES POTATO MOTHER LODE 2
October 25, 1962 JUNIOR COLLEGE NEEDED SAYS JR COLLEGE PREXY 1
October 25, 1962 BUILDING DEDICATION TO COMBINE WITH NORTHWEST'S HOMECOMING 10
October 25, 1962 CHIEF SAYS: FIRE STATION EASILY PAID FOR `
October 25, 1962 6 STORY HOUSING OK'D 1
October 25, 1962 NEW OWNERS FOR TRAILER PARK (ROWAN, CHARLES) 14
October 25, 1962 PAULSON TELLS CD PLAN 1
October 25, 1962 WESTVIEW PLAT ACCEPTED 7
October 25, 1962 DIRECTORS BACK LEVY EXTENSIONS 1
October 25, 1962 SCHOOL NETS INCOME FROM SCHOOL BONDS 9
October 25, 1962 SENIOR CITIZENS AT SCHOOL PROVE ALL PREDICTIONS WRONG 11
October 25, 1962 WRAY OFFERED NEW TEACHING CONTRACT 12
October 25, 1962 DISTRICT SEEKS MORE STATE AID 12
October 25, 1962 'FLOATING' TEACHER SET FOR JUANITA 13
October 25, 1962 JEANNIE GOLLOFON, KENNETH D CHALMERS 8
October 25, 1962 IVA HOUSNER, WILLIAM BAERLOCHER 8
October 25, 1962 QUEEN (PHOTO OF HOMECOMING QUEEN - PICKRELL, PAM) 1
October 25, 1962 PICKRELL NAMED HOMECOMING QUEEN 7
October 25, 1962 CHIEF SAYS: FIRE STATION EASILY PAID FOR 1
October 25, 1962 JOHNSON EXPLAINS FIRE TRUCK ISSUE 1
October 25, 1962 CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT TO HAVE RADIO EQUIPMENT BEFORE JANUARY 16
October 25, 1962 JOINS CITY'S STAFF (PHOTO OF CLARK, FRANK E) 16
October 25, 1962 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO WORK WITH PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS 11
October 25, 1962 LEGAL ACTION TO TEST HOUGHTON ZONE CODE 1
October 25, 1962 LOT SIZE STUDY ORDERED 1
October 25, 1962 PIPE-STEM PLATTING ACCEPTED 2
October 25, 1962 DISTRICT BIDS FOR HOUGHTON SEWER LINE 6
October 25, 1962 LEGAL ACTION TO TEST HOUGHTON ZONE CODE 1
October 25, 1962 THREE FINED FOLLOWING FIGHT HERE 6
October 25, 1962 KIRKLAND STARS IN "FOR REAL" PICTURE ABOUT SUBURBAN COMMUNITY 1
October 25, 1962 RESIDENCE ISSUE RAISED 1
October 25, 1962 KIRKLAND STARS IN "FOR REAL" PICTURE ABOUT SUBURBAN COMMUNITY 1
October 25, 1962 DISTRICT BIDS FOR HOUGHTON SEWER LINE 6
October 25, 1962 CAROLYN BENNETT, LESLEY LIEN 8
October 25, 1962 CINDY RAINWATER, WAYNE MCMEANS 8
October 27, 1962 PICKRELL NAMED HOMECOMING QUEEN 7
November 1, 1962 THEATRE OPENS SEASON WITH "MY THREE ANGELS" 1
November 1, 1962 JUNIOR COLLEGE QUESTIONS ANSWERED FOR NOV 6 VOTERS 3
November 1, 1962 COSMOPOLITAN COLLEGE (PHOTO OF DORM) 11
November 1, 1962 PROPOSED FIRE HALL (SKETCH) 2
November 1, 1962 LA ROSE PARK OPENING ANNOUNCED 2
November 1, 1962 SHOES AVAILABLE NEARBY OWNER SAYS 10
November 1, 1962 VETO OVER REZONING URGED FOR AREAS NOT IN CITY 13
November 1, 1962 62% FAVOR COLLEGE 1
November 1, 1962 OFFICE HELP IN SHORT SUPPLY HERE 5
November 1, 1962 BARBARA SPEERS, RONALD GERVENACK 8
November 1, 1962 PROPOSED FIRE HALL (SKETCH) 2
November 1, 1962 TAX RELIEF SEEN 1
November 1, 1962 KIRKLAND'S CANCER CHAPTER APPEALS FOR BLOOD DONORS 8
November 1, 1962 HOBSON, GEORGE 6
November 1, 1962 O'CONNELL, AMBROSE 11
November 1, 1962 SIMPSON, JOHN MELVIN 14
November 1, 1962 LABOUNTY, DORMAN B 14
November 1, 1962 VOTERS FACE 29 CHOICES AT POLLS NOV 6 1
November 1, 1962 VOTERS MAY CHANGE BALANCE OF POWER 1
November 1, 1962 EAST SIDE HAS MUCH TO GAIN WALLACE SAYS 1
November 1, 1962 JOURNAL VOTERS' GUIDE COVERS ALL ISSUES, RACE 7
November 1, 1962 VETERAN DISABILITY BENEFITS 1
November 8, 1962 'MY THREE ANGELS' HAS SUCCESSFUL DEBUT 10
November 8, 1962 MARLYS ZOOK HAS LEAD IN SENIOR PLAY 7
November 8, 1962 STUDENT ENJOYS LEARNING - TO KNOW (BACHELOR, JOHN) 7
November 8, 1962 ORIENTAL FURNISHINGS REMINDER OF HOMES (BLOOM, KEITH) 8
November 8, 1962 NAVYMAN HAS PART IN SHERRA FLIGHT (WALKER, GERRY) 12
November 8, 1962 COMMUNITY COLLEGE HOPES NOT KILLED BY 'NO' VOTE 1
November 8, 1962 STUDENTS MOVE (COLLINS - LAKEVIEW) 3
November 8, 1962 PARENTS CAN PEER AT PUPILS AGAIN 3
November 8, 1962 MARK TWAIN MAY OPEN NOV 26 11
November 8, 1962 ROSE HILL FIRE HALL APPROVED 1
November 8, 1962 PROGRESS (SKETCH OF CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH) 1
November 8, 1962 '63 CHAMBER OFFICERS NOMINATED 11
November 8, 1962 KIRKLAND LAGS IN UGN 10
November 8, 1962 SCHOOLS ACT TO SAVE $10000 12
November 8, 1962 HELEN JEAN TRELEAVEN, VERNE E MILTON 8
November 8, 1962 ROSE HILL FIRE HALL APPROVED 1
November 8, 1962 FIRE TRUCK TAX TURNED DOWN HERE 2
November 8, 1962 VIEW FROM THE TUTTLES (YARROW BAY MARINA) 5
November 8, 1962 JOHNSON NAMED JUDGE (JOHNSON, CHARLES W) 1
November 8, 1962 TAVERN BREAK-IN REPORTED HERE (OFFICE TAVERN) 11
November 8, 1962 YOUTH NABBED AFTER KIRKLAND CHASE 11
November 8, 1962 ROBBERY TRIAL SLATED NOV 8 11
November 8, 1962 YOUTHS ASSAULT KIRKLAND MAN 11
November 8, 1962 MEMORIAL BENEFITS LIBRARY 1
November 8, 1962 CHIROPRACTOR OPENS OFFICE (GIBBONS, ALLAN) 12
November 8, 1962 CARSTENS, IDA LOUISE 11
November 8, 1962 WELLS, JACK R 12
November 8, 1962 REPUBLICANS WIN IN 48TH DISTRICT SWEEP 1
November 8, 1962 CONFUSION PLAGUES SOME POLLS; HOUR LONG WAIT TO VOTE NEEDED 1
November 8, 1962 ERICKSON LEADS WALLACE IN COMMISSIONER RACE 2
November 8, 1962 ROSE HILL FIRE HALL APPROVED 1
November 8, 1962 THE VOTE AT A GLANCE (NUMBERS) 1
November 8, 1962 SEWER RATE BEEF MAY START HERE 1
November 15, 1962 RAMQUISTS TO OBSERVE SILVER DATE 8
November 15, 1962 COREEN WINS STATE (WEBB, COREEN) 5
November 15, 1962 MAN HONORED FOR SAVING KIRKLANDER'S LIFE (SCHNEIDER, ROBERT L) 7
November 15, 1962 HUFTYS HAVE CENTENARIAN IN FAMILY (HUFTY, WILLIAM A) 11
November 15, 1962 ACTOR REFUSES DOUBLE FOR TUNNEY ROLE (CORDELL, JEFF) 11
November 15, 1962 FURNITURE SIGN TO COME DOWN (LELAND FURNITURE) 2
November 15, 1962 COLLEGE SUGGESTIONS MAY AFFECT DISTRICT 1
November 15, 1962 NEW REDMOND ELEMENTARY (SKETCH) 1
November 15, 1962 CHAMBER CONSIDERS PLANNING 1
November 15, 1962 RESIDENTIAL WORKERS BOOST UGN DRIVE TO NEAR 100% 12
November 15, 1962 ANNE PAMELIA BROTEN, GAYLORD I GUNHUS 8
November 15, 1962 WINDING SAMMAMISH RIVER TO BE SHORN OF TREES 1
November 15, 1962 50 FT LOTS ASKED FOR WATERFRONT 1
November 15, 1962 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (LEASH LAW) 2
November 15, 1962 POLICE TRAINING (PHOTO) 3
November 15, 1962 TWO FOUND GUILTY OF ROBBERY 3
November 15, 1962 STAFF GIVES EQUIPMENT TO HOSPITAL 6
November 15, 1962 WEST, LOUISE C 2
November 15, 1962 TROWBRIDGE, RAY 7
November 15, 1962 WATSON, RALPH WILLIAM 7
November 15, 1962 AMUNDSEN, LILLY MAY 12
November 15, 1962 FLETCHER, ELLIOTT 12
November 15, 1962 HAMILTON, MARTHA E 12
November 15, 1962 VOTERS SHOW CONFIDENCE LELAND SAYS 1
November 15, 1962 50 FT LOTS ASKED FOR WATERFRONT 1
November 15, 1962 QUICK DEFENSE COPS SHARE OF 1962 KINGCO GRID TITLE 4
November 15, 1962 NARROWER STREET SUGGESTED (NE 60TH ST) 1
November 15, 1962 TELEPHONE CO PLANS EXPANSION 1
November 15, 1962 NEW LOOK (PHOTO OF WATER DEPARTMENT UNIFORMS) 1
November 15, 1962 SEWER CHARGES SEEN EQUITABLE IN CITY 2
November 15, 1962 DIANA STEEN, RICHARD H GUERTIN 8
November 15, 1962 OLLIE MARGARET MIDGE DAVIS, JERRY PHILLIP JASON WILES 8
November 22, 1962 MILLER'S JOY: A SIGN PAINTING OVEN (MILLER, JACK) 4
November 22, 1962 HOUGHTON LAUNDRYMAN WINS METRO ACTION - A LITTLE (COLSON, STAN) 8
November 22, 1962 SCOUTING IS FAVORITE PASTTIME IN RUSSELL MCCLINTICK FAMILY 10
November 22, 1962 GREETINGS FROM IRELAND SENT BY CLAY BURNARD 10
November 22, 1962 KIRKLAND'S GROWTH NOTED WITH JOURNAL'S CAMERA (PHOTOS) 7
November 22, 1962 COLLEGE BID BOOSTED 4
November 22, 1962 CHURCH BUILDING SET IN JAN. (CONGREGATIONAL) 12
November 22, 1962 RESCUE TRUCK READY TO GO 7
November 22, 1962 ACRE TRACTS DEVELOPMENT ANNOUNCED 1
November 22, 1962 DEVELOPERS HAVE LOST THE BATTLE! 8
November 22, 1962 SCHOOL MANAGER HONORED (MCGINTY, J TREMAINE) 4