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 - I Every business handled Photo By WILLIAM...
I Every business handled Photo By WILLIAM FISKEK "Uncle Bill" Fisher is a second! Martin L. A. (Ralph 'Marsh of | View jton, Friday judges contests entrants native of Czecho-Slovakia who'League chose Big Spring- for his home; -r^e he selected it, however, long bc- view, fore Victor Mcllinger ever heard, equjp p e( , °f '*-• 'as, is L. The town was only three yaars from the old when Mr. Fisher stepped offj assume the T.&P. to join his brother, j — Joseph, who had built a little frame) business house on the corner;T\|j ?? where the Big' Spring Laundry is 1 now located. That was in 1884. Joseph was considerably his seti- ior. In fact he had preceded 3is Mr. and ,jarr-n;.s to the United States and ;tained a it v.-.is his glowing account of the;for Miss country that brought them over jpltasant he, -e, when "Uncle Bil:' 'the young-jgames and cst P.ie.mber of the family was -;n!y j Those 33 This same brother had fOL'.i'it iFord, in the Civil War and had after-Hana ward been advised that West Tex-jFrost, as was a section with a future. , . , laeed an ordcr lor hardware^the of the country'Moffett, (Nathan How prosperous the section wa;. Dyer, is shown by the statement of Mr. [Cecil Fisher that not long after they hod ! hostess. the Simmons Hardware Co., E. C. Simmons himself was traveling through the country and stopped over between trains to visit his retailers. He told them that their Miriain Meet Magg-ie

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  1. Big Spring Daily Herald,
  2. 12 Feb 1932, Fri,
  3. Page 10

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