St Vincents Poppy Sale May 3, 1936 pg 28 Shv Times

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La- Fran-cine A Lo- Wo-mack, Year-wood, m DONATED SATURDAY IN POPPY SALES Girls From St. Vincent's Academy Again Sell Most Tokens More than 1600 was raised Satur day in the annual Buddy Poppy sale of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. St. Vincent's academy won. for the sec ond consecutive time, the cup offered for greatest total sale of poppies by any group. v:"'vt " Twenty girls from St. Vincent's, from Byrd and from Fair Park high schools conducted the sale on down town street corners. Proceeds will go entirely for veteran's relief for those who made the poppies, for local -re -re lief and for the V. F. W. Home for Widows and Orphans at Eaton Rapids, Mich. Eugenia Magnanl took first place In sale of popples over all participants and over girls of her school, Byrd high. This is her third year as city champion peppy seller. She is also drum, major for the V. P. W. drum corps. Mary Burns of St. Vincent's acad emy, collected the second , largest amount from Saturday's poppy sale Nellie Higdon of Fair Park was, third, These three girls will be awarded special prizes at a banquet at 8 p.m Wednesday, at the 40 and - 8 club, honoring ticket sellers and their escorts. At this time the cup for largest sale will be awarded St. Vincent's, S. R. Vance of the V. P. W was chairman of the poppy sale. He was assisted by Jack Armstead, E. L. But- But- flngton and H. L. Clark. The Veterans of Foreign Wara through their officials, voiced appreciation

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  1. The Times,
  2. 03 May 1936, Sun,
  3. Page 28

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  • — St Vincents Poppy Sale May 3, 1936 pg 28 Shv Times

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