Pomeroy Wash. Street Scene 1925

Pomeroy's Main Street early in 1925.

Carlene Mae (Swanson) Pawlik, (1924-2022)

portrait of Carlene Pawlik, Pomeroy, Washington

Carlene Mae (Swanson) Pawlik, 98, passed away peacefully Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022, at Memory Manor in Pomeroy, surrounded by loving family.

She will be deeply missed and fondly remembered for her sweet smile and positive outlook.

Carlene was preceded in death by her husband of 69 years, Hugo, and ... more ...

From 1958

Rural Mail Routes Cut to Three

Beginning Saturday, January 11 there will be just three rural routes out of the Pomeroy post-office instead of the four that have operated for many years, announces Ronald Chard, postmaster.

The only route that will remain exactly the same without any changes is route 3 which will be taken over by George Atkins who is now carrying route 2. Rural route 3 was carried for many years by Elmor Trescott ... more...

Remembering Our Friends and Neighbors

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From July, 1936

Around the County

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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