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Pae 16 SHELTON 3ASON COUNTY 30URRTAI -- Published in "Chrstmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, Ms Union Fire District Offidals D00king Over Hew Fire Trucks For Dist00'ii:00 ByEthel Dalby UNION.--%Vith the 10 Mill Levy passed by a large majority vote, and according to Secretary Lloyd A. Cook. of Hood Canal Improve- ment Club--a 99-25 vote. Union's Volunteer Fire Dept. and members of the local Improvement Club, are jubilant, as well as grateful to those supporting the measure. With a new fire t-ack listed as an imperative need--the ball was started rolling, and a big step taken along that line. when con- tributions were first suggested a few months ago. Morro letters have been mailed to local taxpay- ers, and property owners, and which brought forth immediate re- sponse, as well as a few nice con- tributions. Later when the matter could go no further, it was seen that other means must be under- taken in order to raise the amount of money necessary, to buy a fire truck, and also establish Union as Fire District No. 8. Hence the 10-Mill Levy was suggested as a step alo,n gthe right way, and which with the additional 4 Mills z. makes it a 14-mill levy. ACCORDINGLY THREE board members of the local Fire Com- missioners Chairman Harry Coles, Tom Turner and Ted Bailey made a trip. to Seattle last riday evening, going directly to the L. M. Curtis factory, where they were shown the several types of chassis of fire trucks best suited to their needs, by Don Healy of that firm. It is estimated the cost of the type of fire tmmk is$17,000-$18,- 000. The local men had already loked at Belfairs truck, and also that of the North Shore Dept., some time previously. Meanwhile the automatic tele- phone warning system ,and which Dick Bueehel explained in a few words this morning is already or- dered, and will be installed upon its arrival. It is a type of mechanism de- veloped about three years ago. The names and telephone numbers of eight members of the local fire dept. are listed, and when the fire alarm system turned on to call these numbers, the automatic dial picks up and also relays the same to the eight lines or numbers, a waaing system also alerts the other phone users and who are re- requested to hang up immediately upon hearing the signal on their line. Later a local siren or other warning contrivance will be put into effect--audible to local pe- destrians and as traffic warning along Navy Yard Highway, it is said Chief coffee can band collector Mr. Karl CHerry--civic leader, and sponsor of s new automatic coffee make for what appears to be his own "favorite gang"---is a guest writer who has offered his con- tribution to Union News, on a timely matter as followh: "All of the Volunteer Firemen of Union want you to know that everything is looking brighter around the ire Hall since the ma- jority of you kind voters approved the special 10-mill levy towards the purchase of a new fire truck. Although the money will not be available in]mediately, a careful and detailed invstigation is being made so as to get the most suit- able fire truck for our needs in this district.. In the meantime 18 vohmteer firemen have not missed a single class for fire fighters of the school being belts at Belfair event Monday night. We are also now the proud possessors of a Used coffee maker which will take care Of our needs at our meetings, until e obtain the new one we hope to procure.--J(arl O'Berry Fire Dept. Member. LLOYD A. COOK, Secretary- TreaSurer of the Hood Canal Im- provement Club states the next meeting of the Local Improvement Club is April 2 at 7:30 p.m. at Union Community Hall. At this time a nominating committee wilP e appointed, president Harry IDes ieing chairnan of the com- mittee. Election of officers will follow at a later date. Pres. Harry Coles and Sec.-Treas. L. A. Cook havi]lg served two-year tezTns in their respective offices are due for replacement,, and willing to step aside for a successor. IRA MORSE was returned to his home last Thursday from Shel- ton General Hospital, where he had been confined since Feb. 13. He suffered a broken leg while at work in the woods at Camp Govey. Atthe time he was falling a tree with a chain saw. when the tree fell on him. Fortunately 1 wa,: removed by ambulance dieectly to Shelton General Hospital. Though glad to be home again, he v,dl have to wear the cast on his leg for the next few months, mean- while time hangs heavily for one who has been actively engaged in the out of doors. Tom Turner was among the woods-workers who had to return home last Friday when four inches of snow fell at Camp Covey, and just when everyone was in opto- mistic mood thinking Spring was here. There were a few locatites however, who recalled the snow fall of last Easter. The Turners put in a couple of hours in the out of doors the rest of the day, grafting small treems about their place, one of :their ex- periments included setting in grafts of vine maple in soft maple trees, and also grafting Japanese ornamental maple to vine maple trees. Mrs. Turner being an ex- perimentist along this line, and also having done quite a lot dur- ing the years the Turners operated their ranch at Elma. Bob Gwin had to miss the Fire Board meet-trip to Senile, as he was caller Friday night for the lo- cal Square Dance Club, taking over for Wojohn. Saturday evening a week ago the members of Eastern Star Chapters were feted by the Ma- sonic Order at Union Masonic Temple. A potluck supper was en- joyed by the ladies and their hosts. The large and enthusiastic attend: ance later enjoyed a musical pro- gram and which featured the Amaranth Choir of Shelton, with Mrs. Larson as accompanist. Or- gan and piano duets with Bill Her- rick at the organ, and Mrs. Larson, pianist, added to the pleasure, and should accordingly call for a repeat performance. MRS. CORA KELL r was en- joying the company of her Iittle grandchildren Sunday morning, and also looking forwards to hav- ing daughter rMrs, Patricia Ganty). Kent. with her later in the day. From Tacoma comes word of Dr. Fritz Wilbur having undergone survery for the removal of a cata- ract from his eye. Local friends are hoping for a quick recovery, and that he may soon be returned to his Hood Canal haunts and favarite fishing holes. lIr. and Mrs. Pat Carney are prouu parents of a new and also first son who joined the family group March  and who has been named James PatrieR. .Mrs. C. R. Keisey was in a very happy mood last Friday-- expecteing her daughter Catherine home on Spring Vacation from Central Washington State College, at Ellensburg. aChterine will have e}mple time to enjoy her family Jid friends during her vacation from school, as she leaves March 24. having to report back to class rooms March 25. FRANK DEEMEI has been busy the past week razing the old Alderbrook Center Building, and hauling the lumber to his property for future use. The beauty salon was removed to the home of La- Rene Young's mother---Mrs,. Dom- piere near Ludwigs Camelia t-qace at Mountain View, the former Enoch Nelson resort place. George Mattson announced a sm4es of Saturday night dance;, with as he states "live music from Shelton", an instrumental trio. and which began last Saturday eve- ning. Miss Elizabeth Dyer is drivng a smart new car, following the dis- truction of her other car, last Thursday when a heavy frosted spot in the road at Purdy Canyon, caused an accident, which wrecked the vehicle. Fortunately Miss Dyer was not injured at the time. Myrl Cowles and Carolyn Grav- att were united in marriage last Saturday evening in a pretty ceremony at the home of the bride's parent, Mr. and :Irs. Har- old Gravatt of Quinault and with members of both families and close personal friends of the young couple i1 atendance. The bride was graduated from Quinault high school. Myrl Cowles having spent most of his childhood at Union, is a son of Mr. Myrl Cowles. The young couple are planning to make their home in hSelton. 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