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Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, July 13, 1922

George Watkin Evans (1876-1951), 1924 Courtesy Seattle and Environs

George Watkin Evans, 1924

It has been announced that during the illness of R.J. Wulzen, general manager of the Carbon Hill Coal Company at Carbonado, George Watkin Evans will be in charge of the properties, representing Mr. Wulzen. While acting in this capacity he will make a complete examination of the operations.

Mr. Evans will be remembered as the author of the interesting articles on the Coal fields of Washington State recently printed by the Bulletin. He is one of the foremost consulting coal mining engineers of this part of the country.

Mr. Wulzen is ill of fever and intestinal trouble at Virginia Mason Hospital in Seattle. The latest report from Mrs. Wulzen, as the Bulletin went to press, was that he was resting easily and his friends need feel no uneasiness about him.

Those who know Mr. Wulzen were pleased to hear this, and hope it will not be long before he has fully recovered his health and is his own good self again.

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Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, July 13, 1994

Things are “looking good” for a real old-fashioned celebration soon, the Black Diamond Labor Day Committee reports.

There will be a parade, a soapbox derby, races and games for the kids, and many other festivities, committee members said.

Booth space will be available on the field and it is important that those wishing to take part in having a booth sign up for one soon, organizers said. Applications are available by calling Charlene Birklid at 886-1344 or by attending a meeting. The meetings are held at the Black Diamond Museum. The next is set for Monday, July 18, at 7 p.m. (more…)

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