Archive for May 23rd, 2017

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, May 23, 1926

Boy Scouts and Camp Fire Girls also win events at Burnett first-aid meet; new field telephone is tested

Miss Velma Hull, at field telephone.

Miss Velma Hull, at field telephone.

Newcastle mine workers carried off the honors in the annual mine rescue and first aid meet of the Pacific Coast Coal Company, staged at Burnett yesterday.

The Newcastle Boy Scouts and Newcastle Camp Fire Girls also won first places in the first aid contests. Approximately 1,200 persons, most of them mine workers and members of their families of Burnett and other coal camps, witnessed the contests.

The Newcastle combination first aid and mine rescue team made the high combination record, scoring 96.3, with the Burnett combination team second, score 96.2.

Winning the combination event entitles the Newcastle team to represent the Pacific Coast Coal Company in any other meet that may be held this year. (more…)

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