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Pomeroy's Main Street early in 1925.
On Sunday, February 7, 2021, Edith Marie Gentry Cole, a lifelong resident of Pomeroy, passed away peacefully at the home of her son, Gary Cole.
Edith was born May 21, 1930, the only child of Aquilla and Myrtle McMillan Gentry, at the Gentry farm home in Pomeroy. She lived in that home her entire life and graduated from Pomeroy High School in 1948. ... more ...
The busy after-harvest season is being anticipated by L. F. Koenig & Company by alterations in the arrangement of stocks which affect more than half of the floorspace occupied by the concern in the Revere hotel building. The elevator has been moved more...
Death Notices and Remembrances of people who were born in, grew up in, spent time in, or lived in Pomeroy, Washington, are offered as a public service at no charge by HistoricPomeroy.com.
From July, 1936
This community was shocked to learn of the sudden death of Mrs. Cy Zwanzig Monday noon. She was not known to have been ill, although she had had attacks of asthma at different times during the past several years. The doctor said death was due to pneumonia.
Ed McFalls drove to Dayton last week to get the children of Mrs. Inez Heifer. The young ladies came from Yakima and will stay until after July 4th at the home of their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McFalls... more...
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Carefully curated stories selected from past issues of the Pomeroy East Washingtonian
Lots of advertisements from the pages of the East Washingtonian. See what life was like a century ago.