MACDOUGALD, Edward, Ensign, USNR. Father, Mr. Joseph MacDougald, 980 Pawtucket Ave., Rumford, Providence. MAGILL, William James, Seaman 2c, USNR. Mother, Mrs. Lillian M. Allard, 108 Carpenter St., Pawtucket. MAILLOUX, Leonard, Captain, USMCR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Mailloux, 1 Beacon Ave., Woonsocket. MARDEN, Richard, Aviation Ordnanceman 3c, USN. Wife, mrs. Amelia Barboza marden, 119
YOUNG, George Lindmann, Aviation Radioman 2c, USNR. Father, Mr. Lewis E. Young, 16 Peckham Ave., Newport.
CABANA, George Armand, Storkeeper 2c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cabana, 167 2d Ave., Woonsocket. CAHIR, William Raymond, Fireman 1c, USNR. Brother, Mr. Thomas Cahir, 465 Morris Ave., Providence. CAMERON, John D., Jr., Ensign, USCGR. Wife, Mrs. Jane Groves Cameron, 2048 Broad St., Edgewood, Providence. CAMPAGNONE, Domenic, sEAMAN 1C, usnr. pARENTS, mR. AND mRS.
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Abraham Graham. The quiet life and substantial accomplishments of the farmer have been the lot of Abraham Graham, who is now living in the town of Penfield, retired from the strenuous labors which marked his early youth. Mr. Graham has been identified with Champaign County almost half a century, and his life record is one
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Richmond T. Battey is a retired banker at Florence, Kansas, with which community he had been, identified as a businees man and leader in public affairs for forty years. Mr. Battey is one of the old timers of Kansas. His recollections of the state go back to the territorial period of the latter ’50s. His
The day of the lawyer who depended upon inspiration, and whose chief preparation for forensic victory was the acquisition of alcoholic stimulants, is past. The lawyer of today depends not alone upon inspiration, but also upon hard work in preparing his cases for trial, and upon their careful presentation and handling in the courts. Usually
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