50 years ago in the Kuna Herald…
Don Eichelberger was paralyzed about an hour and fifteen minutes when he was poisoned by a bee sting while he was irrigating near Mora school house.
Kuna High School had 47 graduates and was one of the best scholastically according to school records.
Larry Hughes, teenage son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Hughes, broke his arm when he fell from a porch roof at the Cecil Porter home. It was not known why he was on the roof.
Joey Newby cut a gash in his face below his right eye requiring three stitches after ducking into a corner of a table at the LDS church on Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Hudson had taken her mower to Lawrence Hays for some adjustments and had started it to show him how it was running. Without thinking she started to tip the machine with her hand and the whirling blade caught two fingers. Hays took her to Nampa where five stiches were taken in one finger and three in the other.
60 years ago in the Kuna Herald…
Kuna Volunteer firemen were planning a benefit dance in the high school to raise funds to pay for a resuscitator. Floyd Robinson, dance chairman said the Kuna high school orchestra would play.
Mrs. Claude Tucker entertained 50 guests at a reception for her niece and her new husband.
70 years ago in the Kuna Herald…
Church chimes were installed in the Nazarene Church. They were a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Aman.
80 years ago in the Kuna Herald…
Fiss Merc. was advertising pink salmon at 2 cans for 25¢.
Kuna’s restaurant had been completely renovated for the new owner, J.W. Towne.
The following teachers were selected for Kuna high and grade schools for 1934-35. James Manning, superintendent. Wilford Clark, principal of high school. Kirby Roberts, grade school principal. W.E. Platt, Miss Pierce, Miss Mitchell and Miss Florence Kniefel in the high school. Grade teachers were to be Mr. Roberts, mr. Fletcher, Geneva Snook, Marjorie Webster, Nora Fields, Minna Simpson, Leta Hale and Lulie Taylor.
90 years ago in the Kuna Herald…
Kuna High graduation class had nine members. They were Ted Martin, Muriel Kline, Kenneth Miller, Tom Reynolds, Melba Hobbs, Geneva Young, Kent Eubanks, Dorothy Diehl and Mary Kelley, who was valedictorian. Dorothy Diehl was salutatorian.
The McNary-Haugen farm relief bill was being discussed in Congress “to save agriculture from impending ruin.”