100 years ago
From the Raymond Herald – a Semi-Weekly publication
Nov. 11, 1913
No Ultimatum Has Been Sent Mexico
WASHINGTON, D.C., Nov. 10 – President Wilson discussed the Mexican situation today and cleared the atmosphere of many reports as to the intentions of the United States.
He made it clear that he had no present intention of addressing Congress on the subject because the situation was not in shape for him to have anything to say, and that, while certain representations have been made to the Huerta government, no reply has been received. He declared that no time limit was set on the reply from Huerta.
75 years ago - The Raymond Herald
Nov. 11, 1938
Turkeys Put on Altar of Charity
Not particularly of their own desire, turkeys will contribute to charity Saturday evening, November 19.
For on that date the Elks hold their annual Turkey Trot and many a healthy turkey will be sacrificed to raise funds for the Elks annual Christmas charity which is used for the benefit of Raymond’s needy youngsters.
50 years ago – The Raymond Herald
Nov. 14, 1963
Harvey Sent To Prison For Mill Robbery
Judge John Langenbach sentenced Richard E. Harvey, 47, Montana to indeterminate terms of not more than 15 years each on charges of second degree burglary and grand larceny in superior court Nov. 7. The sentences will run concurrently.
Harvey was found guilty on the charges Oct. 23 in a three-day jury trial. He was accused of breaking into and stealing about $700 worth of tools from the Willapa Harbor Cedar Products Co. mill owned by Bill Campbell on Aug. 1.
25 years ago – Willapa Harbor Herald
Nov. 9, 1988
County Election Results
President and Vice President
Bush-Quale, ( R) 2978
Dukakis-Bentsen, (D) 4882
Bob Williams, ( R) 2583
Booth Gardner, (D) 5370
Superior Court – Pacific & Wahkiakum Counties
Joel Penoyar 4404
Guy Glenn 3434
Victor Sheets 2070
Dick Sande 4968
Jack E. Bartol 2329
Dan’l C. Markham 5128
P.U.D. Commissioner No.3
Ronald L. Hatfield 4193
Goldie Cashen 3024