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L.D. Hack, Shelton booster

In a feature titled "Interesting People of the Peninsula," the September 1935 issue of a publication called Olympic Peninsula Magazine announced that "Native sons of the great Olympic Peninsula had better look to their laurels, for a comparative "Chechako" (Chinook word meaning newcomer) threatens to become the No. 1 booster for this nature's paradise.

He is L. D. Hack, a native Iowan who just "happened" into Shelton in 1926, and stayed. It didn't take Mr. Hack long to get into the swing of things. He purchased the Shelton Pharmacy the year of his arrival in that fine city and has been in...

 

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