W.P.A. Workers Get Pay Raise Starting March 6 (Nisqually Valley News March 12, 1936)

W.P.A. Workers Get Pay Raise Starting March 6 (Nisqually Valley News   March 12, 1936) Employees of the W.P.A. in Yelm and Thurston County received an increase in their pay, starting March 6, which places the minimum pay at   $55, $65 Continue reading

Farm Program to Aid Needy Farmers (Nisqually Valley New January 9, 1936)

Farm Program to Aid Needy Farmers Nisqually Valley New   January 9, 1936 Every effort is being made to assist all Thurston County farm families who have been forced on relief or whose credit facilities have been exhausted, George Lightle of Continue reading

WORK RELIEF PROJECTS DOING GOOD JOB (Nisqually Valley News December 5, 1935)

WORK RELIEF PROJECTS DOING GOOD JOB Nisqually Valley News  December 5, 1935 Under the supervision of Engineer Henry Peoples, work on the lower end of Yelm Creek is progressing very satisfactorily, with thirty men being employed at the present time Continue reading

ACTIVITIES AT YELM HIGH SCHOOL TOLD GOVERNMENT AID (Nisqually Valley News August 26, 1935)

ACTIVITIES AT YELM HIGH SCHOOL TOLD GOVERNMENT AID Nisqually Valley News   August 26, 1935 The Yelm High School is to have aid from the United States government under the National Youth Administration. The High School will receive one hundred dollars Continue reading

Yelm People Benefit by Work Project (Nisqually Valley News August 8, 1935)

Yelm People Benefit by Work Project Nisqually Valley News   August 8, 1935 A work project has been filed with the Works Progress Administration for men to be used on the Yelm Irrigation District. If acted upon favorably, it will employ Continue reading

M.A.P. Mainly About People – Lessons hardest to learn are s (Morning Olympian November 2, 1932)

M.A.P. Mainly About People – Lessons hardest to learn are s (Morning Olympian    November 2, 1932) Mrs. Elmer Fristoe of Yelm who called at Red Cross headquarters in Olympia Monday, said the ladies of the Yelm district ad completed the Continue reading

Yelm E. K. Fristoe, Cor. (Morning Olympian August 30, 1932)

Yelm E. K. Fristoe, Cor. (Morning Olympian   August 30, 1932) The vote on the school bond issue for $9,000 was carried a small majority.  The election was held Wednesday for the purpose of voting bonds with which to build a new Continue reading

Red Cross Helps Many Families (Morning Olympian August 11, 1932)

Red Cross Helps Many Families (Morning Olympian  August 11, 1932) Thurston county chapter of American Red Cross kept 22 families supplied with groceries and distributed federal flour to 1,400 families during the past month, Mrs. Fay Miller, home service secretary, Continue reading