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John Mcgovern Agent in Minnesota

John Mcgovern Agent in Minnesota

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ESOTA
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MINNESOTA
111
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Football
and
Transportation!
A
s
YOU
look
:
out
over
this
wonderful
and
colorful
gathering
you
cannot
help
but
marvel
at
the
development
of
football
attendance
during
the
last
few
years.
Transportation
has
undoubt-
edly
played
an
important
role
in
this
marvelous development
and
among
the
variousformsof
transportation,
the
motor
bus
has
contributed
a
conven-
ient
service
for
the
footballfan.
The
Northland Transportation
Company,
covering over
3,000
miles of Minnesota
Highways,
has
had
the
pleasure
of
carry-
ingthousands
of
football
en-thusiasts
from
all
points
in the
state
to
these
football
spec-
tacles.
Eachyear
more
people
are
finding
the
bus
the
c o n v e ~ -
ient
form
of
transportation
to
reach
football
games.
They
find
the
bus
more
economical
and
avoid
the
worries
and
re-
sponsibilities
of
parking
their
cars
while visiting
in
the
Twin
Cities
.
For
Charter
Trips.
Call
Geneva
5681
NORTHLAND
Transportation
Company
509
SIXTH
AVENUE
NORTH,
MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA
 
The
Minnesota
Goal
Post
Serving the Central Northwest
1\
DEQUATE
public service
to
a
population of
1,400,000
in
518
cities
.n.
and
"
owns
oftheCentral
Northwest,
centering
at
Minneapolis
and
Saint
Paul,
is
the
task to
which
the
organization
of
Northern States
Power
Company
is dedicated.
The
Company has
pioneered in
three
of the
outstanding
develop
ments
ofthe
electric
industry
"super"
power,
rural
electrifica
tion
and
customer
ownership.A
total
of
more
than
450,000'
horsepower
of
generating
capacityin
51
hydro
and steam
plants
supplies
the
electrical energy de
mands
of
this
gn'at
territory.
Transmission lines
extending
into
Minnesota,
Wisconsin,
North
DakotaandSouth Dakota,
are
unified
through
interconnection
into
acompact,efficient
"super"
power
system.
A
total
of
419,582
customers
of
all classes
are
served,
313,343
beingusers
of
electricity.
Electrical
en
ergy
output
in
1926
totaled
805,-380,692
kilowatt-hours.
Northern
States
Power
Com
pany
is
cooperating
with
farmers,
educational
and
government
agencies
in
the
solution
ofthe
problems
of
farm
electrification-itsRed
Wing line
was
the
firstexperimen
tal
rural
electric line
in
the
world.
Atthe
close
of
1926
the
Com
pany had
a
total
of
53,938
share
holders-a
shareholder for
every
six electriccustomers.
NORTHERN
STATESPOWER
COMPANY
Every Sixth
Customer
tIl
Sooreholder
Personal
vittention
to
Every
Customer

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