The Times 



February 17, 2022

Ten Years Ago

February 16, 2012

Recalling the grace-under-pressure composure WP Cardinals Quarterback Zach Bartlow displayed in his team’s climb to the title game last football season, it seems hard to believe that he was afraid of being a football player at one time. It was back in fifth grade. He was just a few days too old to stay with the Little Giants, the team he’d played for since third grade. So, he became one of the youngest and smallest players on the Big Giants. “I was scared,” he said, explaining that the big eighth graders on the other teams were pretty foreboding. “That wasn’t a good year for me.”

Twenty-Five Years Ago

February 20, 1997

[Photo Caption] Ken and Jan Zuger accept a certificate representing the hog they won in a benefit raffle held by the Columbia County Regional Health Foundation. The Hog was donated by Mead Ranch of Dayton.

Fifty Years Ago

February 17, 1972

Honorary Chapter Farmer Degrees were conferred on Bob Danforth, Pat Miller and Bill Dellos, instructor and chapter advisor, Monday evening at the annual FFA dinner. Terry Lambert was the recipient of the State Banker’s Association Award and bond. Home Improvement award went to Larry Ketcherside with John Walker receiving the Sales and Service Award; Val Woodworth, Ag Mechanics; Roger Miller, Livestock Production; Rich Coleman, Public Speaking; Jay Thomas, Leadership; Guy McCaw, Chapter Star Farmer; and Jay DeWitt, Green Hand.

Seventy-Five Years Ago

February 21, 1947

Mrs. Robert Pollard, Lewis and Clark State Park, entertained the card club Friday afternoon. Mrs Pierre Ganguet won high score and Mrs. Tubralow, Mrs. Eugene Meyers will be hostess at the next meeting.

Students on the second period honor roll at Waitsburg High School are Elsie Allmon, Wanda Buchan, Robert Wardrip, Dorothy Murphy, Betty Baim, seniors; Barbara Cockburn, Muriel Roberts, Inez Vining, Marilyn Otterson, juniors; Eileen Nutting, Doris Hayes, Gerald Gibson, Bill Zuger, Dolores Egli, sophomores; David Dilts, Donna Laughery, Sally Gibson, Wanda Johnson, Betty Dunn, Betty Pollard, Mary Shaffer and Erma Kessler, freshmen.

One Hundred Years Ago

February 17, 1922

E. W. Truitt, owner of Lyon’s Ferry telephones that the ice is out of the river and the ferry is again in operation. The best road, he stated, is by Dayton, Delaney and Starbuck as the other road is in bad shape.

The Willing Workers of the M. E. Church will meet Wednesday, Feb. 22nd with Mrs. Geo. Lloyd. Mrs. James Archer, Mrs. R. R. Johnson and Mrs. Marvin Lloyd will assist the hostess.

Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mays entertained about 90 friends at their home at a dancing party the last of the week. A basket lunch was served.

Miss Margaret Zuger returned home last week from Pullman, where she has been visiting friends for several days.

One Hundred Twenty-Five Years Ago

February 19, 1897

The Rebekah Sisters gave a very enjoyable entertainment on Tuesday night of this week. After the program was rendered, all repaired to the Armory Hall where a bountiful supper on a table the entire length of the hall, was spread. During supper a phonograph was turned loose and dispersed music for several minutes.

Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Miss Sadie Bolter of Dixie to Mr. Charles H. Rader on Tuesday, February 23.

Rev. J. V. Crawford closed a very pleasant meeting at the Blue school house in Spring Valley last Sunday evening. He will commence a series of meetings on Whiskey Creek soon.


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