Issue 10 and Volume 104.

The WATCH DESK Overhauling the firemanic news of the day From an “Anonymous Vamp”—for the Record On a July day, the Sedro-Wooll_____ (the ONLY Sedro-Woolley on earth and it is spelled with a hyphen) Washington Volunteer Fire Department received a call to a fire at Camp 18, Sound View Pulp & Timber Co., a distance of 18 miles from Sedro-Woolley. While responding with the rural truck from Sedro-Woolley Fireman driver, Maurice Davis was crowded off the road on a blind curve and the rear end of the truck hit a concrete post knocking off a Herbert Hose Clamp (which incidentally are manufactured by Chief Herbert of the SedroWoolley Volunteer Department), and bending the tail board pretty badly. Davis, who is captain of first aid on the local department, kept going, while Fireman Rings, who was riding with him, after a quick look to the rear reported the back end was…

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