The Salida Record, April 18, 1919: 

Ten students of the Salida School of Citizenship went to Buena Vista on Saturday last to file their first papers of citizenship.

The preliminary papers were made out at the night school, and this fact made it possible to get all the papers in a little over an hour’s time.

Through the kindness of Mr. Joseph Stancato and Mr. Spangler, the trip was made by auto, the men losing only the minimum of time from their work.

Mr. Spangler reports a steady growth of the school, the enrollment now being 28. There is still room for more students on Monday and Thursday evenings at 7 o’clock.

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