The Kuna Herald
March 29th 1963
New Vapor Light Added On First Street
The Idaho Power Company installed another mercury vapor streetlight at the turn of Highway 69 near Martin Walker residence last week. The light was one of two authorized recently by the village council. The other will be placed at the alley behind the high school on Ave D.
Volunteer Firemen Answer Three Calls
Kuna Volunteer Firemen were fighting two fires simultaneously Monday afternoon. The firemen had just taken the rural truck and tanker to the Albert Forrey farm to put out a haystack fire when a call came in from the Nicholson sheep ranch east of town. The rural truck was backtracked to fight that blaze. Both fires are reported to have started from weed fires. Thursday afternoon a call was answered at the Eshelman farm 2 miles east and one mile north of Kuna, where food left in the oven of the range caught fire. Damage was confined to the range.
The Melba Herald
Melba Legion Marks Birthday with Party Sponsored by Aux.
The Melba Legion Auxiliary held a card party at the regular joint meeting night to note the birthday of the Legion in Melba. Hosts for the occasion were Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Kramer, Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Hoagland and Mr. & Mrs. Walt Graham. Mrs. Burt Cook and Vernon Kramer were awarded prizes for high score. Low score award went to Mrs. Glenn Hoagland and Don Peck Jr. held the best hand. Keith Webb found himself in the “Lucky Chain”
Melba Schools to Get Public Address System
The School board has authorized the purchase of the new Public address system for use in the school. Previous to this the school had rented this type of equipment when it was needed. The savings of these rental fees the system will soon pay for it.
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