Charles Oppy

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U U; 15 9 7 · B il'.'t 38% '.i 25 9% 13% 53U !3',4 8V. 3Vi 25 . 37 CSV, 25% 3% 18% 47',! 2!% 30 Per up, Pippin. «reen, J2.5032.7i; bu. good qt. ordinary basket, bu. 25@40c, per bu. poor 0-qt. Sift? Jew per Poor 100-16. red button, b.!- Miss Schumm Wins Among Clerks; Vaughters And Oppy Get Prizes Miss Rose Schumm, 1710 Fifth" treet, saleswoman in the cotton piece goods department at Mating Bros. Co. store, was winner sf the $50 war bond award of- ered by the Retail Merchants' issociation for the "Retailers for Victory" war bond contest held during July. Miss Schumm sold more war bonds and s t a m p s month than any other retail n the city, her sales totaling $1,387.50, Secretary Russell G. Keter reported today. During the last three days of July, war bond and stamp pur- $ascs were made in the names of Portsmouth men in the service of their country and Wells ,ers, formerly with the Security Central National bank, had more jonds and stamps purchased in his name than any other service an. S e c o n d in this contest Charles Oppy, who also was associated with the Security Central National bank before entering into service. Mr. Vaughters will receive t $50 war bond and Mr. Oppy r e c e i v e a $25 war Vaughters' total was $4,612,50 Mr, Oppy's $4,418.25. Mr. Vaughters enlisted in thi United States navy and now ii stationed at the U. S, naval pital corps school at Great Lakes [11. He is a son of Ira J. of Rushtown. Mr. Oppy, a son of Mr. ana Mrs. Charles E. Oppy of Furnace, also is in the navy is a hospital apprentice first clas- stationed at Chelsea, Mass,

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  1. Portsmouth Daily Times,
  2. 12 Aug 1942, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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