So THAT’S what happens when you “save draft” instead of “publish” … oops.
HURON, Oct. 18. (AP) — The South Dakota Bankers association has scheduled seven fall meetings next week to discuss current problems, and three of the meetings will study the new federal regulation on consumer credit.
All meetings will feature addresses by President L. T. Morris of Watertown, Supt of Banks Erling Haugo, Pierre and C. William Duncan of the Evening Public Ledger, Philadelphia, it was announced by George M. Starring, secretary-treasurer of the association.
Al Mills of the federal reserve bank, Minneapolis, will discuss the credit regulation at afternoon meetings of groups two, four and six. Other groups plan only dinner meetings.
The schedule: Monday, Oct. 20, group seven at Lead; Oct. 21, group six at Mobridge; Oct. 22, group four at Watertown; Oct. 23, group five at Huron; Oct. 24, Group three at Mitchell; Oct. 25, group two at Sioux Falls, and Monday, Oct. 27, group one at Yankton.
Group officers include: Group one — H. E. Edmunds, Yankton, president; T. B. Wetteland, Gayville, vice president, and Martin Slemp, Yankton, secretary-treasurer.
I purchased roughly 25 original issues of the Yankton (South Dakota) Press & Dakotan, dating from 1938 to 1946. I am systematically going through every issue and will be posting the articles that include the names of individuals. I am happy to email full-size scans of any article. Feel free to ask.
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