Bonner County History - Feb. 1, 2018

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From the archives of the

Bonner County History Museum

611 S. Ella Ave., Sandpoint, ID 83864

208-263-2344

50 Years Ago

Sandpoint News-Bulletin

Feb. 1, 1968 — WOOD IN GERMANY

Airman First Class Delmar W. Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Wood, Sandpoint, has begun a temporary duty assignment at Rhein-Main AB, Germany.

He will be there until May 19, 1968, and then will return to his home base at Dover AFB. Del Wood is a 1965 graduate of Sandpoint Senior High and enlisted in the Air Force the same year.

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AT THE PANIDA

FRI-SAT-SUN, February 1-2-3, Evenings at 7:30, Columbia Pictures Presents Sidney Poitier in “To Sir, With Love,” in Technicolor.

Sunday thru Wednesday, February 4-5-6-7, Evenings at 7:30, Paramount Pictures presents “Alfie.” Recommended for Mature Audiences.

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JENNESTAD’S ANNIVERSARY

Jennestad’s invite you to our 60th anniversary celebration, February 1, 2 and 3. Refreshments all three days! Take your coffee breaks with us! Better Apparel for Men-Ladies-Boys since 1908.

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SNOWPACK BELOW NORMAL

Snow depth and water content of the mountain snowpack on the Schweitzer Basin snow courses continue below average according to measurements taken Friday Jan. 26, by Tom Wilson, Soil Conservation Service and Kevin Brown, Schweitzer ski patrol.

100 Years Ago

Pend d’Oreille Review

Feb. 1, 1918 — WAR DELAYS BUILDING

Congressman French is advised that during the progress of the war no further steps will be taken to construct the government postoffice building in Sandpoint, for which appropriation was passed by congress a few years ago.

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FROM 49 ABOVE TO SEVEN BELOW

According to the experiment station, January ran the gamut from 49 above on the 1st to seven below on the 31st. Precipitation was 3.36 inches and the snowfall ten and one-quarter inches.

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LATE FOOD ORDERS BY HOOVER

Features of the national food administration’s new orders are: 1) Consumers must buy an equal weight of other cereals for every pound of wheat flour bought; 2) Bakers must mix other flour with wheat flour at the rate of five percent, increasing to 20 percent by Feb. 24; 3) Manufacturers of pastry, breakfast foods, macaroni, noodles, pies, etc., are to purchase only 75 percent as much wheat flour as in a similar period last year; 4) Wholesalers are to buy only 70 percent as much wheat flour from millers that they purchased in similar periods last year; 5) Each state’s food administrator will designate the wheatless meal for his state; 6) Tuesday is meatless and at least one meal each other day is to be meatless; 7) Tuesday and Saturdays are to be porkless.

For more information, visit the museum online at bonnercountyhistory.org.

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