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Thursday, July 10, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-27 MARY'S MEMOIRS Mary does not write much Monday, July 13, 1936 in this week's diary: It was Not very busy but we probably a very busy week cleaned up the hardware in the new store due to the side and it looks very good. Fourth of July business and Jack took Roesells boys to having nice weather. Nice town and went to Seattle for weather in the Pacific North- a big load. Was home at 3. west still brings people out. Enjoy! Tuesday, July 14, 1936 A fairly good day. Saw Thursday, July 9, 1936 Gilmore the lion in a cage Cleaned up warehouse today. He was on his way good and put up bulk goods, home after being in the pa- A nice day but rain is in the rade in Seattle today. air. Friday, July 10, 1936 Quite busy. Was up to my Dad's and ordered chicken for Sunday. Ate some cherries off the two big trees by the house. Saturday, July 11, 1936 Quite busy but it was cold and windy. Ruby, Earl and John came out. We went to Tahuya to the dance and had a good time. To bed at 3:50. Sunday, July 12, 1936 Ate breakfast at 1:15 and how we enjoyed it. Charlie had hot cakes. We went to the ball game and came home early to swim. It was windy but warm. Had Dad, Grace and Louie to dinner. Had chicken and dumplings, string beans, gravy, pota- toes, salad, coffee and cake. Everyone ate plenty. To bed early. Sam and Charlie Thurnquist went to Seattle to see the Shrine Conven- tion. By CLYDENE HOSTETLER Wednesday, July 15, 1936 A busy day. Emmet's day off so Sam was home then back to Se- attle tonight. My interest was drawn when Mary writes of seeing Gilmore the lion passing through town in his cage. So I did a little research and found that in the 1930s there was a gasoline company called Gilmore and the lion was its mascot. In the early 1940s, it was bought out and it became Mobil Oil Co. and remains to this day. Thank you for reading this week's diary. Clydene Hostetler is a 10ngtime Belfair resident, local historian, media archivist and documentary filmmaker of"Hidden in Plain Sight." She has been researching Mary Theler's life for the past 11 years. She can be emailed at clydeneh@wavecable. com. Photo courtesy of Google's public domain Mary Theler writes about seeing the Gilmore gasoline company's mascot -- a lion -- in Seattle. Gilmore was bought out by Mobil Oil Co. in the 1930s. Ruby, Earl and John came out, We went to Tahuya to the dance and had a good Ume, To bed at 3:58. ) States next week on a three day visit Oregon robbers make W.P.A project workers toPuget Sound. Ambassador Sergio Gutierrez and confession here join strikers Two of Three Men Who Held Up Only Garden Project Remains his party of three will visit Simpson woods and plants in the Shelton O. W.R. & N. Train Captured Near Active And It Is Picketed; Orders Working Circle during their stay. La Grande Given To Return Wednesday To July 12-16. Pendleton, Or.- Albert Meadors Work The group includes the and Clarence Stoner, two of the With the exception of the garden ambassador's wife and brother-in- three train robbers that who held project at the former county law, Javier Irrarazaval, and his wife. up O. W. R. & N. train No. 5 near farm, all Mason County WPA Irrarazaval is a Chilean agronomist Meacham the morning of July workers were on strike today and who is visiting Washington, D.C. 2, were arrested Saturday night yesterday, joining in a state-wide about 9 o'clock by Deputy Sheriffprotest against increased hours Job numbers set Batchelor, of Le Grande. without raise in pay in a national The leader of the gang, who was reorganization of WPA which a record shot and killed by Deputy Sheriff became effective this week. Employment in Mason County George McDuffy at the time of However, orders to return to work topped 14,000 jobs in May, an all- the holdup is Charles Manning, a Wednesday morning have been time record, and unemployment hit professional gambler and not Hugh issued by the Workers Alliance, its lowest mark in this decade. Whitney, the notorious outlaw, organization of WPA workers, The Washington State All three of the robbers were from which called the strike. Employment Security Department Cokeville, Wyo. Manning has a reported that the jobless rate wife and four children in Cokeville. was 5.9 percent, the lowest figure He was a close personal friend of Anlbassador from chile for May since May 1979's 4.7 both Hugh and Charles Whitney, to visit here percent. The rate represented an while Stoner is a cousin of the Simpson Timber Co. will host theimprovement over both April's 6.5 Whitney boys. Chilean ambassador to the Unitedand the 7.0 percent of May 1988. th Serving All of Mason County Since 1886