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Hood River News, Aug. 29, 1968: Manser Day at the Fruit Tree Sunday found the guest of honor ready to sit down after a long day of visiting. Estimates of the crowd gathering to honor the artist varied from 400 to 600. Six Manser works of art were sold, along with several others at the gallery. The event honored Manser, dean of area artists. Seated beside the refreshment table, he sips apple juice and chats with guests. Standing behind him is his granddaughter, Mrs. Marilyn Avolio.

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Yesteryears: Cooper Spur ‘practical’ in 1938

Members of Hood River Ski Club, who spent last Sunday at the new ski area, developed by the Forest Service and the CCC near the junction of Cooper Spur Road, are highly enthusiastic over the work which has been already accomplished, to the end that Hood River Valley shall have one of the most practical ski areas in Oregon.

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