Clipped From The Beloit Daily Call
Nus-baum, 5 i a The Pride t Our Coufcv "Glad to be back. Oh, boy, em I? There's no place in tne world like the" United States." This expression of every, returned soldier is echoed by Milton Marzolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Marzolf, of Glen Elder, who was wounded in the Argonne forest, and taken to a German prison camp, while he was reported amorig the missing, and mourned as dead by his relatives and friends. He was released in December and given treatment in hospital until he regained regained his health and strength and has now returned to Mitchell county who honors him for what he has so bravely done. . Because he wants war to become only a memory, and knows that the success of the Victory Loan is essential essential to that end, Mr. Marzolf wants to help in its accomplishment. He baa consented to speak at Mitchell county schoolbouses where Victory Loan meetings are held. See Mrs. T. H. McCall, chairman of the speakers' speakers' committee, and arrange to hear him in your community. Other returned returned soldiers have volunteered their services for these meetings, and I dates may be arranged with the j speakers' committee. John Morrell's many friends will have the privilege j of hearing him make the five-minute five-minute five-minute . talk at the Grand Theatre tonight, j These fine young men are the pride I of our county and of our state. That I they have been spared to lives of continued continued usefulness in the community Is ; the very reason why the cosi of Vic-. Vic-. Vic-. tory should be paid with rejoicing.