Bonner County Historical past – Sept. 7, 2021

From the archives of the Bonner County Historical past Museum 611 S. Ella Ave., Sandpoint,

From the archives of the

Bonner County Historical past Museum

611 S. Ella Ave., Sandpoint, Idaho, 83864

208-263-2344

50 Yrs Back

Sandpoint News-Bulletin

Sept. 7, 1971 – HAVILAND IS WHO’S WHO

Previous week’s Mr. Who’s Who, Monthly bill Haviland, was only 1 when he came to Bonner County with his mother and father in 1920. In the depression years, the relatives lived at Cupboard, in which Invoice went to faculty by means of his initial year of substantial faculty. He completed significant university at SHS just after they moved. In the army for 4 years in WWII, he noticed beat in Belgium, Holland, France and Germany. In 1945, he partnered with John Holzemer to operate the Shell Station at 5th and Pine. In 1957, they leased the Enco Station at 2nd and Cedar, which they however operate. Around the a long time, Monthly bill has been active in the group. His wife is secretary to Farmin Faculty principal J.A. Naccarato. Daughter Julie and son Al attend ISU at Pocatello.

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PRESIDENT WILL Pass up Conference

Fred Site, Bonner County Sportsmen’s Assn. president, will pass up a conference, but he has a superior cause. He was picked by Stew DeSchamps as his moose-hunting lover for the BCSA-sponsored journey to British Columbia. They’ll have a week of searching and a superior likelihood to bag at the very least a person bull moose.

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RICCARDO’S WINS SOFTBALL Match

Riccardo’s received the women’s softball tournament. Staff users are Karen Bailey, Linda Dillon, Lois Hadley, Joyce Webb, Jan Gotham, Carol McCoy, Gayle Smith, Judy Elliot, Nancy Wells, Anita Robinson, Marse Johnson, Molly Bowman and Curtess Peterson.

100 Decades Ago

Northern Idaho Information

Sept. 7, 1921 – DORMITORY A Fact

At yesterday’s Civic club assembly, the club made the decision to acquire a setting up for a dormitory for the ladies who occur to Sandpoint from other places in the county to go to significant college. It was claimed that the neighborhood school board will fork out for the companies of a dormitory matron. It is expected that a building will be acquired shortly and be ready to care for 18 women in about six weeks. In the meantime, club members made the decision to open their households to home going to higher college ladies right up until the dormitory is ready.

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Cabinet Road TO BE Point out Freeway

In a meeting in between County Commissioners Hagman, Thompson and Melder, and the Idaho freeway commissioner, arguments for and against the designation of the east and west freeway between Cupboard and Newport ended up threshed out. Mr. Hall agreed to designate the freeway involving these points as a result of Sandpoint as a point out freeway, subject to get each condition and federal cash.

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FORD ANNOUNCES Value REDUCTION

According to a telegram been given by City Garage, Ford Motor co. has built a substantial reduction in the price of all their products. Considering the higher freight rate and the war tax, and deducting fees of self-starter equipment and demountable rims, the selling price of a Ford touring auto, f.o.b. Detroit, is $5 considerably less than in 1916, the cheapest price tag ever for a Ford vehicle.

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