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Looking Back

February 19, 2014

 


50 Years Ago – February 20, 1964

• Scouts from Troop 551, Goldendale, enjoyed a day of skiing at the Satus Ski Bowl Sunday, Feb. 16. Transportation to the ski area was furnished by Dean Gillenwaters, who hauled the boys up the hill in his truck. The ski tows are being operated by the Jaycees, who will continue operating them for the remainder of the season.

75 Years Ago – February 23, 1939

• By the margin of one vote Goldendale’s city council Monday evening passed an ordinance banning pin ball games within the city limits. The action followed a recent move of the Klickitat County Commissioners licensing pin ball machine operators to bring machines into this county.

100 Years Ago – February 19, 1914

• Baker & Bullack have received the first carload of Fords ever shipped into Klickitat County this week, eight in number, which are all about sold. They were unloaded from the car on Tuesday. One of the cars was delivered at once to Frank Saxton.

125 Years Ago – February 14, 1889

• Matt Ahola’s house near Centerville had a narrow escape from burning down on the 3rd, as it has a hole about three feet in diameter burned through the roof.

• Timothy Weld and S. W. Harden have rented Mrs. Whitney’s planner at the mill north of town and will commence active operations in a short time.

Compiled by Jean Allyn Smeltzer, of the Klickitat County Historical Society

 

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