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 - Yakima Indians Elect Officers Officers for the...
Yakima Indians Elect Officers Officers for the coming year were elected, and a tentative progri activities was discussed at the initial meeting of the Yakima Friendly In dians held in the First Methodist - Episcopal church Monday. Fourteen boys attended. Phillip Brubaker was elected chief, 1 Campbell Larsson leader, Raymond Harrington and Junior Hatcher assist - l ant leader, Robert Hull Indian run - j ner, Noel Groshong Wampum bearer, j Dick Cranston tom - tom beater, and i Harold Sheffer medicine man. Oth - ; ers who attended the meeting were ; j Robert Howard, Bill Whitney, Wayne I on south Second street. Other permits approved were: Service station, A. II. Schluer, 127 Main street, $450. Julian Hotel building, beauty shop, $50. Remodel residence, 414 First street, L. H. Stephens, $175. Remodel residence, 87 Third street, R. M. Brown, $1500. Garage, 105 College street, G. T. Moore, $100. Repair roof, 139 Court street, Mrs. F. C. Ewert, $300. Room constructed from court, Woodland Clinic hospital, $800. (plication of Ben Sharp for permission to move an electrolier be cause it stood near his service station Leiser, Roy Woodwoith, Gregg and Royal King. Charles

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  1. Woodland Daily Democrat,
  2. 18 Sep 1928, Tue,
  3. Page 4

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