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Officers for the coming year are installed in this December 1911 meeting of the Mount Si Aerie, No. 1521, of the Fraternal Order of Eagles at North Bend. This picture and other historic Valley images may be purchased at www.snoqualmievalleymuseum.org by clicking on the “order photos online” link. - Courtesy photo
Officers for the coming year are installed in this December 1911 meeting of the Mount Si Aerie, No. 1521, of the Fraternal Order of Eagles at North Bend. This picture and other historic Valley images may be purchased at www.snoqualmievalleymuseum.org by clicking on the “order photos online” link.
— image credit: Courtesy photo

25 Years Ago

Thursday, Dec. 1, 1983

• North Bend is the place to be this Saturday for holiday fun, as Santa Claus will ride into town to light the giant “monkey tree” outside Capital Savings. An afternoon of fun is planned, including covered wagon rides, a free movie for children, music and caroling,

• While Hospital District 4 officials scramble to find a solution to Snoqualmie Valley hospital’s financial woes, all remain confident that the 28-bed public facility will eventually be a financial success.

50 Years Ago

Thursday, Dec. 4, 1958

• “Business as usual, but under new ownership” is the order of the day at Mount Si Bowl. On Monday, Dec. 1, final papers were signed and Nels Nelson, manager, stepped in as owner. It will seem strange to be on the other side of the desk, as a “customer,” said former owner Paul Hoff.

• Ira Heath, 43, who at one time owned a mink ranch on Union Hill near Redmond and, until his disappearance a week ago last Sunday, lived with the Clifford Pearces of Duvall, is believed drowned in the Valley flood waters. Deputy Sheriff “Shorty” Landers told the Record that Heath’s family and friends started a search for the missing man when a car he had been driving early that morning was found three days later. The car was up to its hub caps in water under a railroad underpass.

75 Years Ago

Thursday, Nov. 30, 1933

• Residents of Snoqualmie and vicinity were startled from their last snooze Tuesday morning, about 4:20 a.m., when a shock like an earthquake disturbed their slumbers. After months of peace, a racketeer bombing had burst out afresh in King County.

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