Radio picks up static as well as any of them. . .

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“Warwick in History” – The following are taken from THE SEMAPHORE, a monthly publication of the Lehigh and Hudson River Railway Company during the years 1926 through 1928.

Engineer Harry Giveans has been busy collecting funds for the Boy Scouts. His son Edgar is a a first class member of the organization.

Willard Donley has just installed a fine new six cylinder radio, and says, “It picks up static as well as any of them.” He gets station WJZ nearly every night.

Randolph Leeper, popular office boy of the auditing department, is sick with the mumps.