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A uminum Goods Manufacturing Co. Man ifowoc,Wis. U.S.A. Codes A.B.C 51 EDITION IMPROVED BENTLEY'S--UNIVER SAL TRADE Nov. 22, 1933 Mr. Alda Leopold, Madison, Wis. Dear Mr. Leopold: I trust that you can yet recall the writer though it has been some time since our last personal contact together. The big question of the moment is whether our Walton League Chapter can have you with us for a talk to us at our next meeting, Thursday, December 14, and if so, what this committment might cost our Chapter. For nearly two years, we have been conducting some very interesting meetings and getting out from 30 to 50 for attendance. This has been accomplished by starting off with a fine dinner (feed) out in one of our natural parks beginning at 6:30 P. M. and through to about 10:30 P. M. with a good time had by all in attendance. Our Chapter is probably similar to a lot more around the country in that we are working to retain and spread the interest in conservation but having very little in the way of finances with which to work. With kind regards and awaiting an early reply to this preliminary inquiry, I am Very truly yours, Archie W. Storms, 801 North 5th St., Manitowoc, Wis. Use Aluminum for Wholesome Cookint Heats fast Cleans Easily Lasts Long Cable Address MAN ITOWOC NRA WE DO OUR PART
New Soils Building November 24, 1933 Mr. Archie W. Storms 801 North 5th street Manitowoc, Wisconsin Dear Mr. Storms: I have two courses in game management starting January 1 and I am obliged to devote all the intervening time to their preparation. If it were not for this I would be delighted to accept your invitation to speak on December 14. I am afraid I will be tied up by daily classes and with preparations for daily classes until May. After that I will be at your disposal. I remember our previous meeting very pleasantly and hope I shall get to see you again before long. Sincerely yours, ALDO IEOPOLD Game Manager AL/vh