June 10, 1993
• Several weeks ago, the Fairfax Firemen washed Main Street in Fairfax and then the Fairfax Chamber of Commerce fed them at Darlene Cafe’s as a thank you for a job well done and much needed. The firemen started at 5 p.m. and did not finish until after 8 p.m. The merchants had cooperated and had swept their parking areas in front of their businesses and the city employees had picked up the piles of dirt before the much needed task began.
June 6, 1968
• Committees responsible for planning and organizing the Fairfax Community Fair have set Saturday, July 13, as the date. Every organization which sponsors a stand of any kind on the grounds is eligible to sponsor a queen candidate.
• With the occupancy of Mrs. Ethel Moser in unit 12, all apartments at the housing facility of Fair Haven have been rented. Full occupancy was realized slightly more than three months after the buidings were completed, which is earlier than officials of the State FHA had anticipated.
June 11, 1943
• Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Whitford announce the marriage of their daughter, Carlotta Jean Whitford, to Pvt. Donald S. White of Tarkio. The wedding took place at the army post’s chapel at Camp Maxey Texas at 2:30 p.m. Friday, June 4, 1943. The Rev. Thomas J. Mattingly, now chaplain of the 102nd Inf. Div. Arty., officiated. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Whitford, a graduate of Fairfax High School, later attending William Woods College at Fulton and Tarkio College. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland C. White of Tarkio, a graduate of Tarkio High School and attended Tarkio College. He has been in the service since last fall and is stationed at Camp Maxey.