Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 16, 1948 · Page 48
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 48

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 16, 1948
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nont Drink the BEST. Drink ALWAYS IN GOOD TASTE • ALWAYS TASTES GOOD Teas National Americanism Chairman for U. S. Jaycees GLOBE-GAZETTE CLASSIFIED ADS PAY DIVIDENDS! TRY ONE Thomas C. Teas, Mason City ttorney, has been notified of his appointments national: chairman of the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce's Americanism program. The announcement was made by Paul D. Bagwell, East Lansing, Mich., president of the J S J C C Teas has been Iowa state chairman for the year 1947^48 and ac- ive in the work of the Mason City unior division, acting as local Americanism chairman at the same time he held the state office. As national head of American- _sm he will be in charge of one of the most heavily stressed phases of the Junior Chamber of Commerce's program. Teas succeeds Hughes Brockbank of Salt Lake City. Widely Developed The Americanism committee was one of * the most widely developed in 1947, and sponsored a nation-wide "I Speak for Democracy" contest. In addition to its other programs for the new year, particular recognition will be on the period from Feb. 12-22 in 1949, Teas said, as this has been designated as Americanism week by the U. S. J. C. C. Teas was recommended by Frank Nye, Cedar Rapids, state president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce for the last year. President Bagwell attended an Iowa state board meeting last fall and observed the state Americanism program results at that time. Mason City Took Award The Mason City J. C. C. received a state award this spring for excellence in Its Americanism work under Teas. Teas began his law practice in Mason City in Nov., 1946 with John P. Stone, immediately after each was graduated from the University of Iowa law school with high distinction. Teas was graduated from the university in 1940 with a degree in economics and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Order of Artus, scholastic honor in commerce studies. He was commissioned in the army in 1940 and served 5 years. 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