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[Adv.] Edge


This week, we want to remind you of our fine friends at Edge Wallboard Machinery Company. In business since 1956, the words "Wallboard Machinery" in their name at first described all they did. Soon, however, their fine reputation caused papermakers in need of superior components value-priced to seek them out. The rest, as they say, is history.

Contact Edge to learn more about their ability to fill your needs for paper machine components. And when you talk to Edge, tell them you saw them on Nip Impressions.

Jim

Answer to last week's riddle: The Scopes "Monkey Trial" in Dayton, Tennessee where he, on one level, successfully defended "Creationism" against "Darwinian Evolution" taken up by Clarence Darrow of the ACLU. His friend Darrow, however, "outlawyered" him and he did not get to make his points conclusively.

The riddle asked: "William Jennings Bryan died five days after the culmination of what famous event?"



This week's riddle: In 1943, 5,755 people filed U.S. income taxes reporting Hilda Schrader Whitcher's social security number. Why?



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