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- Journal-Times photo (Apr. 5, 1973)

One-Armed Page. Having his arm in a sling is no hindrance for Senate Page Perry Allen, Washtucna, to perform his duties. He suffered a broken collarbone while at home. He served the last two weeks in March as the page for Sen. William S. Day, 4th District, Spokane, shown with the youth. The most interesting event, reports Perry, was to greet the Apollo 14 astronauts and hear them speak. Perry, a sophomore at Washtucna High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Allen.

125 Years Ago

Adams County News

April 6, 1898

Local and Personal

A new well-drilling machine from St. Louis arrived in Ritzville Monday. It was consigned to H.H. Wilburn.

The force of railroad carpenters who have been here for the past two weeks went away Monday.

J.C. Gillette of Willis is in town today. Mr. Gillette has fell into possession of a runaway boy. The boy says he is from Spokane. Mr. Gillette does not want to keep the boy and don't want to turn him adrift. He will probably confer with the county authorities in regard to the matter today.

100 Years Ago

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