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(1925)

Build Wisconsin [1925, no. 4],   pp. [1]-5 PDF (1.5 MB)


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    Vis foal that if the publisher advocates the organization of the farm-
ors, the publisher needs tho same Llodicino.  For example, we believo that
if every country publishor would constantly and consistently protest the
printing of stamped envulo,)oes at less than cost, and the shipping of theon
by mail at public expense, the wrong would bc abolished in one year.
                        Helps State Or£anizations
  T H N.E.A. is actively assisting in strriegcr state associations and it
has shown the smallor papers the justice of a twenty-five cent advertising
rate.
     It has a groator work to do and especially for the country woekly.
No publisher can chirk his state and national association rosponsibilitics
and remain a c-nsistunt community booster--our community is tho world.
                              21 BADGER EDITBES
                                  ARRANGE COi'FEREICE
            WENTY-ONE editors of wookly newspapers published in lest Central
            Wisconsin will talk shop at a two~day confernco in Sparta,
            January 30-31.
                 Both the editorial and the business probloms of the wookly
            will be discussed at this gathering.  To promote cooperation
among the papers of this area is one of tie big purposes of this gathering
of western county editors.
     The papers comprising thle weekly pross of lWrest Central Wisconsin
are
THE BANGOR INDE,;ENDIENT, CAHITON RECORD, ELROY LEADER-TRIBUNE, HILLSBORO
SENTRY-ENTERPRISE, KENDALL KEYSTONE, JUNEAU COUNTY C11RONICLE, .iAUSTON STAR,
LA FARGE ENTERPRISE, IELROSE CHRONICLE, NECEDAH REPUBLICAN, N!' LISEON
TI;.ES-ARGUS, NOfR7ALK STAR, LA CROSSE COUNTY RECORD, MONROE COUNTY DE;AOCVRAT,
SPARTA 12RALD, TOMAH JOURNAL, TO:AN l.ONITOR-HRALD, VERNON COUNTY CENSOR,
EI2ST'BY TIMES, LXST SALE:.I NONARE IL-JOURNAL and THE ''ILTON HERALD.
     J. YT. Spradling, of TIE SPARTA HERALD, will preside.
ONE QUITS, ANOTHER STARTS        WVHEN one Badger weekly suspends pub-
lication, a now one unters the field, and in the end the total nurber of
weekly newspapers in the state stays near to 350. Just as Edr.mun Schaffon-
berger, Jr., was closing the forms 3f THE NEKOOSA PRESS, Marshall F. Browno
was preparing the first number of THE EAST SIDE NE-JS, in '.hdison.
THE NEIS is the only general woekly in the capital city, and judging from
the quantity of the advertising and the quality of the news rTtcrial in
its initial number, it will be a going proposition. In Nekoosa Schaffcn-
berger plans to devote all his time to job printing.
                                 --B. W.-*
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