A Look Back …This week in the Forks forum

Twenty-five years ago this week 94 percent of the 168 people attending the wolf meeting thought it was a bad idea. A Spartan Showcase was held and FHS seniors shared their senior projects. Mike Zaccardo received a score of 97 on his “Saturday Night Sabotage” project; the 103.9 FM request line (photo). Missoula Children’s Theater had presented “The Wiz of the West” (photo). Rainforest players were planning to perform a musical “Once Upon a Mattress.”

In 1974 two foreign exchange students at FHS were profiled. Henning from Germany and Anders from Sweden both shared that they found America much different than their home countries. In classified ads, a 1964 Dodge pickup was for sale for $500; Wanted … a rock drummer and bass player.

In 1952 in Judge Ronald Dodge’s court, several Forks residents got $25 speeding tickets. A Beaver resident got 30 days in jail and a $250 fine for driving while license revoked. Duke Nelson had opened a shoe repair shop in the Till Anderson building. In classified ads, a Willamette logging arch, in good condition, was for sale for $3,500.