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World War II and the Woman got to Work at that Eatonville Lumber Mill

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Women working at the Eatonville Lumber Co — WWII

Women working at the Eatonville Lumber Co — WWII

Rosie the Riveter has nothing on the Eatonville women. During WWII they went to work at the Eatonville Lumber Mill. This picture shows just how many filled the vacant spots left by the men fighting overseas. And judging by the stacks of lumber behind them ready for sale, they did a pretty good job.

If you can help fill in the missing names, please let us know.

Row 1: (Front) Homer Cox, May Ball, Sylvia Beurman, Bertha Moorehead, Alice Nowek, Dolly Roberts, Florence Smith, Ruth Logston

Second Row: Laura Paulis, Mary Ellen, Mary Guidi, Wilma Apple, Olga Olson, Evelyn Nowek, Rudy Graber, Ruth Meier, Florence De Witt, Ben Lorenzen

Third Row: Edith Hyde, John Lorenzen, Ellen Hutton, John Besch, Frank DeAndrea, Frank Hoffman, Yolanda Mariani, Dan Ceccarini, Millie Nelson, Bertha Krones, Lil Neistadt

Thank you Dick Logston for this photo and Rich and Ruthie Williams for running down the names.

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