Washington Standard June 9, 1905
Otis Longmire and Miss Clara Hughes, on Yelm, have been licensed to wed.
Jesse Lawrence, of the McIntosh, logging camp, and Miss Florence M. Hull, of Yelm, were married Sunday, at the residence of the bride’s parents. The happy couple are now on a two month bridal tour, the objective being Detroit, [...]
Category : Prairie Days: The Land, the People, the Newcomers
City and County
Washington Standard October 11, 1907
J.C. Conine has returned to his home in Yelm from his extensive trip East.
Miss Mary Conway has been hired to teach school at District No. 69 (Smith Prairie).
Washington Record July 28, 1902
Yelm, July 26 – Yelmites are wondering how much longer they are to be blessed with the present railway service. It now takes three days to hear from anywhere by letter.
Mesdames F. R. Price, Sam Price and J. M. Price have been camping at Longmire springs several weeks. Mrs. F. R. [...]
The ladies of McKenna realized a great sum from the bazaar they recently held for he benefit of the domestic science class.
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Washington Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation
The incident known as the Mashel Massacre occurred in late March 1856 on the Mashel prairie just north of the confluence of the Mashel and Nisqually rivers (present-day Pierce County). It was the last episode of the Puget Sound Indian war [...]
Introduction: Some scenes from Y.H. S. life.
Band Concert in the Gym
Basketball Team, 194-49
Introduction: Yelm High School scenes from the last year before World War II.
High School and Gym
The Yelm High School Gym
Prank Photo: Easy Way Out