50 years ago in The Kuna Herald…
Peter Dustman became a major in the Air Force. He was stationed in France.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clancy of Nampa announced the birth of a son.
Kuna High School students were practicing two plays “Hillbilly Weddin’”
with Bill Long, Arden Adrian, Marciel Pratt, Gloria Fuhrlman, Rosemary Aman, Nancy Wheeler, Helen Wilson, Annabelle Deal, Duane Shinn, Emory Eshelman, lee Fleck, Rose Jones, James Kloepfer, Richard Bastain, Joel Durrant, Frank and Fred Murphey and Dietrick Reinhardt as the east.
The Black Domino Club was preparing “Charley’s Aunt” with Curtis Hawkins playing the lead. Other actors were David Adrian, John Binder, Lynn Butler, John Simpson, Ralph Burningham, Donna Douthit, Dona White, Kay Sheirbon and Roxana Day.
60 years ago in The Kuna Herald…
The senior class started rehearsals on the three-act play “Friday the Thirteenth” with Elanor Hegstrom and Lewis Clement playing the leads. Other members of the east were Margaret Schulz, Bernard Nielsen, Earl Lyda, Naomi Hawk, Leo Compton, Betty Dennis, Clara Salmon, Kenneth Fulcher, Ida Mae Hall and Don Hastriter.
Kuna women helping serve at the service canteen in Boise included Mrs. Jake Peterson, LDS women; Mrs. Elmer Tucker, Mora circle; the Mmes Joy McClelland, Ralph Aven, Charles Hunt and Ira Crill, Westside Club; and Mrs. Don Harper, Improvement Club.
Residents of Mora went over their $500 quota in the Red Cross Drive.
The Girl’s 4H club elected Carol Jean Stevens, president; Colleen Brady, vice president; Delma Jean Zuercher, secretary and Hene Stevens, treasurer. They named their club the Handy Hands.
70 years ago in The Kuna Herald…
A meeting of the State Board of Education was se to determine whether approximately 272 small school districts could continue to operate during the next year.
Ray Johnson sold his interest in Kuna Pool Hall to Charles Tallman and left for Mountain City where he expected to locate.
Students were busy preparing the ball field for spring games and the tennis court was rolled and put into shape.
School buildings were being painted by a crew of CWA workers. The school board also arranged for the planting of evergreens on the north side of the High School building and a row of trees on the south and west sides.
80 years ago in The Kuna Herald…
The school district set an election to vote on a seven mill levy for operation of the district. A mass meeting on school affairs was to precede the opening of the polls.
The Kuna Markets bought the F.B. Fiss chickens in competition with outside markets. There were 540 hns that brought a total of $309.00.
The women of Westside club gave a surprise party for Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Diehl, who were moving from the community.
Kuna Grange also gave a farewell party for the Diehl family with about 60 grangers attending. Mr. and Mrs. Diehl had been serving as treasurer and lecturer of the grange.
Farm work was beginning in earnest.