Folloiwng article was found on page 2 of the "Telegraph", Painesville, Lake County, Ohio, on Wednesday, November 25, 1942:
List Winners For Each School In City-wide War Bond Poster Contest
Prize winning posters in the War Stamp poster contest which was sponsered by the Paonsville Par- ent-Teacher coucil in the grade schools and Champion Junior High school we announced today by Mrs. Kenneth Pangborn, defence chairman of the council. Arrangements have been made to display the prize posters in the city's downtown store windows by Dent Rice, National Victory Dis- play committee chairman and they may be seen tonight. Frst prize at each school will receive $1.50 in war stamps and his poster will be eligable to compeate in the city-wide contest. Second prize is $1.00 and third prize 50c. Only the first prize win- ners may enter their posters in the city-wid contest and compete for prizes at $3. $2. $1. All awards wil be paid in war stamps. The judges are Miss. Laura C. Lee, professor of art at Lake Erie college; Mrs. Harry Haggett of Willoighby, chairman of the war bond and stamp sales for county clubs; Mrs. Arthur Burkett, chair- man of the war bond and stamp sales in Lake county schools; Mr. Rice; P. M. Shaw, secretary of the Citizen's Savings and Loan Co. The school winners were as fol- lows: Lathrop - Arlene Marcel, 6-B; Billie Lou? (sp?) Ray, 6-B; Thomas Leid- ich, 6-B; honorable mention, Do- lores Bzura, 6-B. Huntington - Leroy Jackopin, 6-B; Thomas Pietila, 6-B; Anthony Mahne, 6-B; Alice Karhu. State St. - Doris Beebe, 6-A; Park Walkup, 6-A; Mary Louise Nelson, 6-A. Jackson S. - Eunice Valley Jack- son, 6-A; Louis Bell, 6-A; Joan Gleason, 5-B, Patsy Merrill, 6-B. St. Cair St. - James York, 5-B; Mary Falcone, 6-B; Carl Engle, 6-B; Mary Mae Marquand, 6-B.