People, Mar. 5, 1934

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

To Stillwater, Minn, from his home in Chamberlain, S. Dak., went Charles M. Lockwood, 91, last man of the Last Man's Club (Civil War reunionists), to meet with the Bully Beef Club. World War edition of the Last Man's Club. Last Man Lockwood opened a bottle of rare old Burgundy four years ago, but the Bully Beef club had a battle-scarred can of bully beef to be opened by the last two survivors of its 286 members. Said Last Man Lockwood: "We ate many cans...

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