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HOWARTH'S 100 Per Cent EFFORT EARNS FLAG
Minute Man Emblem For War Bond Sale
Robert Howarth's Sons, metal workers and heating
contractors for 70 years, knew how to turn on the heat in the War Bonds Drive. On June 26 they erected a new flag pole in the yard, and in the afternoon the entire personnel of 40 workers gathered for the raising of the Minute Man flag. Alex Samsel, oldest employee, with 23 years service raised the stars and stripes with the new flag beneath. Speakers were M. Herbert Paul for the County, Elmer Martin for Howarth's, and C. Pard Larkin for the U. S. Treasury Department.
From The Delaware County Advocate - July 1942
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