Out of the Past: Valley's own Hollywood actress Ella Raines dies; Tolt's sheep show is an FFA win

Stories from 25 and 50 years ago, as reported in the pages of the Snoqualmie Valley Record.

Thursday, June 16, 1988

• Dudley, the national touring clown of the five-ring Carson & Barnes Circus, will be in North Bend Friday as a forerunner to the huge circus to come the following Friday.

• Ella Raines, a Valley native who was a leading lady of American film during the 1940s, died two weeks ago of throat cancer.

• Fall City’s Derby Day celebration will be held this Saturday and promises to be a whale of a good time for the whole family.

Thursday, June 20, 1963

• Scott Wallace waits for his glass of milk to toast June Dairy Month with newly selected King County Dairy Princess Linda Smith and Commission chairman Ed Munro.

• Tolt-Carnation F.F.A. members exhibited the major share of the sheep in the F.F.A. division at the first annual Puget Sound Junior Livestock show at Marysville.

• In Least Putt competition on June 12, Shirley Lee led the first division in the Cascade Women’s Golf Club.


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