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Montana Butte Standard 15 February 1935
of the call and the or by a region, the animals solidly BOYS PRIZES Newspaper Carriers Treated to Dinner and Program in Meaderville. Dinner, a boxing exhibition, and prizes to winners in a recent subscription contest were given 32 new.)' carriers of the Montana Standard j last night in the Aro cafe, Meader- j villa. AH the carrier* qualified by j malting their quota In subscriptions in the contest. Joe L. Markham. manager ol the newspaper, presented checks to the first four prize-winners. They were Karl Fye, first; Bill Schuster, second; Robert Sorenion,] third, and Jack Pachico, fourth. Eacl) gave a few brief remarks after receiving his prize. ; A ravioli dinner opened the evenings entertainment; Mel Epstein presented a boxing exhibition ofj three bouts for the boys' entertainment. Mr. Markham acted as master; of ceremonies. He gave the boys a talk congratulating the winners. Brief talks were made by F. A. Launsbach, circulation director; E L. Sylvester, assistant circulation director; Burdette Jones and W. J. Harris, district supervisors in Butt* i Bob Moreen entertained with Kev-, eral piano selections. W. J. Harris led the boys in group singing. Half a century ago, J. P. Caldwell,