From the

Lewiston Tribune

July 7, 1959

More than 1,300 registrations have been made for swimming instruction this summer at the municipal pool at Vollmer Park, Mrs. Homer Lipps, director of swimming, said last night.

The instruction program started yesterday and will last six weeks, Mondays through Fridays.

“The cool weather slowed down registrations considerably,” said Mrs. Lipps. “Many parents decided to keep their children home.”

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ASOTIN — An antelope was seen Monday morning about 7 by Miss Eunice Eggerer at her home in Clemans Addition, about 1½ miles north of Asotin.

She said the animal with its distinguishing twin pronged horns was first seen and identified Friday morning shortly after 5 by her brother, Roland Eggerer, a foreman in the water department at Seattle, who visited his sisters last week.

Miss Eggerer said the animal was quite tall, darker than a deer and appeared to be slightly mottled. The tracks were quite different from those of a deer.

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