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Description: Gov. Printing Office [5 of 6] Section-3 Page 7

Date: August 9 1908

Newspaper published in: Washington, D. C.

Washington Times August 9, 1908 Gov. Printing Office [5 of 6] Section-3 Page 7

Miss Annie L. SHILEY, office superintendent of documents, has returned from a vacation of thirty days, which she spent on a visit to her parents at Missouri Valley, Iowa.
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Miss Margaret C. UPLEGER, office superintendent of documents, who has been paying a visit to home folks at Mount Clemens, Mich., has applied for an extension of leave.
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Charles D. McLELLAND, stockkeeping section, office superintendent of documents, has returned from a vacation visit of twenty-one days to relatives and friends in Ohio.
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C. W. RADLEY, of the linotype division, is in Boston as a delegate to the International Typographical Union.
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B. F. BODINE, of the linotype division, is spending a vacation of seventeen days in Philadelphia, Pa., and points in New Jersey.
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The following employes of the linotype division are taking vacations: A. W. EMORY, R. L. MOLER, J. J. MURPHY, C. H. GREENAWALD, C. A. GEORGE, F. B. GILMORE, L. K. ADAMS, A. A. DAVIS, C. H. SEATON, G. R. SIMS, and C. F. BLETT.
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W. A. DORSEY, of the proof division, was a week-end visitor at Atlantic City.
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The following employes of the monotype division, left last week for vacations: U. C. HAYES, J. SHAW, R. L. HERNDON, F. E. KLOPFER, J. MALEY, James H. WILEY, George SHAFFER, Miss Minnie A. AYLWARD, and Miss Olive L. GILMORE.
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William FLETCHER, of the watch force, has returned to duty after spending his vacation of four weeks.
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James E. VEATCH, pressman, has been reinstated in his old position.
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Owen L. CARTER, compositor, has been transferred from the first division to the press division.
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Mrs. Florence CULLEY, press feeder, has been transferred from the press division to the interior division.
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C. Dent CHUM, office superintendent of documents, is spending his vacation of fifteen days at Colonial Beach.
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Mrs. Mary F. HARRISON, of the press division, has been transferred to the Library division.
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Miss Lulu D. JORDAN and U. G. WEBSTER, of the press division, have been transferred to the Agriculture division.
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Samuel SALEMAN, of the linotype division, has returned from a ten-day vacation.

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