Build Wisconsin [1925, no. 17], pp. -3 PDF (900.4 KB)
Page 3 CHANGE IN EDITORSHIP ON OCONTO COUNTY REPORTER NO0 TIME was lost when Doylo L. Buckles assumed the editorship of THE DCONTO COUNTY REPORTER, replacing W. T. Comstock, who goes to Chicago to edit 'NIE NATIONAL REAL ESTATE JOURNAL. Buckles comes to Oconto well drilled in country journalism, having served on several middle western newspapers. A graduate of the Universiby of Kansas with an enviable war record, he also is known because of his activities in building better communities. Editor Comstock who takes charge of the national publication of the Real Estate Association has done remarkable work in publishing THE REPORTER. BUILD WISCONSIN wishes him continued success in his now enterprise. To Mr. Buckles, BUILD WISCONSIN hopes that his stay in the Badger state will be long and prosperous. _0 0 HAILEY CHANGES NEWS TO TRI-WEEKLY PAPER X HIEM times a week THE VIAUPUN NE0iVS now greets Waupun folks. Gordon Ham- ley, publisher, has changed THE NE1!S from a weekly publication to a tri- weekly publishing it on Monday, We!cdnesday and Friday. Ho is using the United Press Service lease and has secured Harry Spalding, formerly of THE FOND DU LAC REPORTER, to serve as editor. year The old subscription of $2.00 a, will not be changed. THE NEWS is now 26 years old. o o_ BADGER WEEKLY NEWSPAPER LOOKING FOR A DE; O'.'NER BUILD WISCONSIN has "inside" and confidential information that one of the live Badger weoklies will be offered for sale sometime soon. It is located in a good center of a. prosperous section, is alone in its field, and has great possibilities for devolopmunt. Just f-r good measure we will add that two or more lines of state trunk highways meet in this town. If you are interested, tell us - if not, tell others. O 0 BOYCEVILLE V'E2'KLY ADDS N20VJ LINOTYPE A BABY size issue of THE BOYCEVILLE PRESS was pvbllahed by Editor H.K. Halvorson two weeks ago. The dead line for that week rolled around when THE PRESS force was engaged in installing a now linotypo machine. In that issue, Halvorson said, "Our 'p's' and 'q's' are scattered in profusion all over the office and it was a hard effort to get enough type corralled to edit this limited amount of news."
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