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(1925)

Build Wisconsin [1925, no. 2],   pp. [1]-5 PDF (1.7 MB)


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Business   Build WJisconsin                                    Community
                -         ~~~January 12, 1925
A flurry of applications in the Newspaper Contest
blew our way during the past week. Following the
practice iniated in the last number of BUILD WISCON-
SIN, the names of the editors and the newspapers are
given below.  Applications can be sent any time up to
February 1, but it is more convenient for the com-
mitteo in charge if the editor makes his applica-
tion for ontry as early as possible. The division of
tho Front Pago Make-Up Class and the increase in a-
wards, announced in this issue, should cause another
flurry of ontrics to blow from all corners of Badger-
               dor To theo capittal city.
Hero are the editors who recuntly ontorod, along with their charges.
ED ITOR
PAPER
A. R. Todd
F. R. Bloodgood
W. B. Van Winter
C. B. Mueller
Spradling and McCoy
Wm. A. Mayhew
Dick Pugh
E. J. Scott
Mark R. Boll
Edward Morrissoy
A. F. Enders
R. H. Markus
L. H. Zimmermann
LAKE GENEVA NE17S-TRIBUNE
THE WHITEWATER PRESS
THE VIOLA NEWS
THE JEFFERSON BANNER
THE SPARTA HERALD
CLINTON TIMES OBSERVER
LUCK ENTERPRISE
SHAYTANO ADVOCATE
LADYS MITH IHEWS-BUDGET
DELEVAN REPUBLICAN
RICE LAKE CHRONOTYPE
THE COLBY PHONOGRAPH
BURLINGTON STANDARD-DEMOCRAT
                       50 EDITORS TO GET THEIR
                           "KEEP" FOR ADVERTISING
   F     IFTY Badger editors will exchange room rent for advertising when
they come to Madison for the Press Conference in February.
      The Loraine Hotel, one of Madison's best, has made arrangements to
trade room rent during those three days for advertising space to the first
fifty editors of weekly newspapers who send in their resorvations.
              This sheet is in the interests of the community newspaper.
Issued by the Department of Agricultural Journalism of the Wisconsin College
of Agriculture
               in co-operation with the Wisconsin Press Association.
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