This Week In History - 08 Jun 1945

08 Jun 1945, Record Gazette


Nampa, June 1 – The district for miles around had three hours rain early May 30 and all day Thursday.

Mrs. Ray Hawley left Thursday by train to visit her son Billy and family at Banff and Norma and family at Edmonton.

Mrs. E.W. Hibbard, Sr., Nampa, and Mrs. A.S. Newcombe, Peace River, were seen enroute to Calgary on the train May 31 attending the Women’s Institute convention in Calgary.

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