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Text:"... Thursday Entered as second class mattej at the post office at Stanton Iowa under the Act of Con gress of March 3 18Y9 In Montgomery and Adjoining Counties Elsewhere in United States In For eign Countries All..."
Date:Aug 9 1962
Publication:Stanton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... in Stanton Lillian Falk dtp TRY a new blotter pad on a desk for a fresh accent in a room Large 19 x 24 blot ters 15c each at the Viking Printers Nylons Maet Top I Rites Today at 1 Competition at Mamrehmd For I..."
Date:Aug 9 1962
Publication:Stanton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...Misses Venita Anderson oi Stanton and Marjorie Seaburg a graduate of Stanton high school now of Omaha are among the mass chorus of Oma ha voices in a Festival oi Faith which will be heard on August..."
Date:Aug 9 1962
Publication:Stanton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... the week end in her parental Clarence Seaburg home On Sunday the Seaburg family enjoyed dinner at the Three Crowns cafe in Stan ton with Omaha and Stanton relatives Several men from this com unity attended..."
Date:Aug 9 1962
Publication:Stanton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...NTON VIKING Volume XII Number 32 August 9 1962 300 per year in Montgomery 350per year elsewhere Coun Town The Stanton Town Council passed a zoning ordinance Mon day It affects the value and sale..."
Date:Aug 9 1962
Publication:Stanton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... these requisitions the Postmaster-General asked Stanton to define the official status of postmasters in seceding States. He advised that the requisitions be honored, if such postmasters would agree to obey existing..."
Date:Between 1814 and 1869
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... Willard, Elizabeth Stanton and Mary Livermore wanted to vote. They also employed an attorney to juggle the ballots so that they might be thrown out on a technicality. There was consternation among..."
Date:Between 1900 and 1920
Publication place:New York, USA
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