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Build Wisconsin [1925, no. 19],   pp. [1]-3 PDF (841.7 KB)

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team to a junior farmers week; poultry thieves; radios in Coopor county;
a new farmer and livestock notes are the high spots of this column and
nearly a full column on the back page.
                           Active Editorial Policy
     Thu editorial page carries an editorial on Secretary V!. M. Jardino's
statement that the farm problem touches the interest of the city even more
than the rural districts. The farmur can always produce enough to main-
tain himself and his family. It is the city man who will have to worry
about the food supply.
     BUILD WISCONSIN fuels that much credit is due Editor Nelson and that
he is doserving of the mention given his publication.
                           Clark County Newspapcr
                              Installs Nuw Typesetter
    I Y purchasing a now typesetting machine 'William Wagner & Son,
publishers of THE THORP COURIER, have greatly increased the efficiency
of their plant. In order to handle the new machine in the most modern
manner, William S. Wagner, the son, has boon taking a course in operating
this type of a mcahine at a Chicago school.
     "The magic trinity that spells home for
humanity is country, community and opportunity.
........................ The youth of a people
are their main resource. And as the rural envir-
onramnt best conserves and developes the human
element, our nation can attain fulfillment only
as the lot of thu farmer is made to shine in
the eyes of the aspiring youth alert for largest
opportunity. The present exodus of youth from
the farm has a grave portent not mainly because
it threatens a scant food supply and the want of
an ample volume of raw matcrial for the channels
of comaiorce and for the transforming capaci-
ties qf our factories but it moans a dwindling
of our national promise."

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