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Eatonville Switchboard — the Cs

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Mashell Telephone Co. Switchboard - the Cs

Mashell Telephone Co. Switchboard – the Cs

I got a chance to photograph the names on the old Mashell Telephone Co.  switchboard, which went out of commission in the early 1950s. Posted here are the C’s.

These names are almost a snapshot of Eatonville back then. If you have have any memories of Mashell Telephone Co. or any of these individuals or companies, please share.

• R. E. (Gene) Cook, 2-3775
• Pete Cerkan, 2-4182
• Robert Carlson, 2-3511
• Christensen’s Dept. Store, 2-4820
• John W. Carlson, 2-4820
• C & W Electric, 553
• Wm. Cross, 2-3874
• Dan P. Christensen (residence), 2-3345
• Allan L. Campbell, 7R3
• Gust Carlson, 2-3535
• M. D. Carew, 2-3612
• Al.  Caplson (Point Ohop), 2-3663
• Clair Chase, 2-3335
• Chicago Milwaukee
• Don B. Christenen, 119J2
• Marshel Christensen, 13895
• Christensen’s Motors, 321
• Mrs. Nels Christensen, 192
• Ernest Christian, 2-4255
• Glen Clark (Rainier Cleaners), 101
• Glen Clark (Residence), 2-3341
• Clear Lake Resort, 24424
• Mary L. Clemens, 2-4103
• W. L. Curran, 2-4447
• L. H. Click, 39s31
• Joe Coccioli, 2-3212
• Lee Cole, 2-3516
• R. R. Colyer, 2-3683
• Wilton R. Colyer, 2-4322



Photo courtesy of Roni Johnson.

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