Build Wisconsin [1925, no. 16], pp. -3 PDF (939.1 KB)
Paga 3 MANY INTERESTING FACTS BPr:OUJCI OUT IN SURVEY HAT Amory claims to have "the world 's largest cooperative creamery", that Argylo takes pride in calling itself "Tho Switzerland of Amer- ica", that Burlington aimns to diversify its manufacturing indus- tries like farmers diversify their crops, that Eaglo River caters to 25,000 tourists annually, that the paper industry is the main- stay of Ladysmith, that dairying leads at Thorp, that "Wausau has a greater diversity in industry than any other city in Wisconsin outside of Milwaukee", that Vlone~woc doponds on farming - these are a fow of the facts picked at random from the survey that BUILD WISCONSIN is making of Badger communities that have the honor of having a weekly newspaper. Just as interesting arc the highlights in the histories of the 350 odd weeklies in the state. Nearly every Badgor oditor has cooperated with BUILD WISCONSIN in secur- ing this information. Every effort will bo made to make it serviceable for all the weekly editors in the state. BADGER WEEKLIES ON DISPLAY AT U. I. EXPO VER 15,000 peoplc saw the display of prize winning Wisconsin weekly newspapers of the better newspaper contest at the University of V.Wisconsin Exposition, just held in the university gymnasium. Cooaing every four years this large exposition gives a panoramic -' ft5B25view of the wcrk being done by all the departments at the univer- sity. It is handled cntirely by students in the various courses. As part of the exhibit of the Department of Agricultural Journalism, three winning papurs in each of throe classes and in the groups of the Front Page Mako-Up class wore displayed in a manner similar to their arrangement at the winter contest. Considerable attention was givon to those weeklies by Madison people, visitors and students of journalism. EEDITORS CAN BQBROW CUTS FROM AG COLLEGE we loan cuts. editorial office of the College of Agriculturo and Agricultural riment Station, Madison, has on hand a considerable oelection half-tones and zinc otchings of agricultural subjects. Glan-ce ough the agricultural bulletins and the farm page which we have om time to time and you will have an idea of tho assortment which we have to offer. Editors of Wisconsin are wolcome to male use or this material at any tima.
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