["Adjusted Compensation." Anoka Union 1 Mar. 1924: Print.]
The men in charge of the adjusted compensation work at Washington are anxious for the applications to be sent in so that they can get on with the work. Blanks can be procured from the post office, or
from the commanders of any veterans organization. Lawrence LaPlant has been appointed service officer of the Edward B. Cutter Post, No. 102, American Legion. He has blanks and will help you make out your application at his office on Main street. There is no charge for anything, except a two cent stamp, in making out the application. If you have your discharge it can and should be used in making out the papers, but should it be lost, your memory of dates and places will be enough to go on.
Hear the top kick’s whistle? All out for application exercise.