Henry Bradach, Route A-1, Aurora, Minn.
Henry, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradach of Aurora, is The Duluth News Tribune carrier on the west side of the main street and has handled this route since the establishment of carrier service in Aurora.
Paired up with his brother, they have the town covered before 6:30 a.m. every morning. Service is the key of this boy's success, and the training he is receiving while rendering the duties of a carrier boy will eventually carry him into larger fields of business.
Henry is always on the lookout for increasing his commissions, and appreciates any new readers he can secure on his route.
A telephone call for 91 will bring him to your door.
Henry Bradach, Route A-1, Aurora, Minn. Henry, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradach of Aurora, is The Duluth News Tribune carrier on the west side of the main street and has handled this route since the establishment of carrier service in Aurora. Paired up with his brother, they have the town covered before 6:30 a.m. every morning. Service is the key of this boy's success, and the training he is receiving while rendering the duties of a carrier boy will eventually carry him into larger fields of business. Henry is always on the lookout for increasing his commissions, and appreciates any new readers he can secure on his route. A telephone call for 91 will bring him to your door.

Paul Bradach shared these photos of his father, Henry, who was 13 at the time, and his uncle Edward, who was 15. There were both paper carriers for the News Tribune in Aurora back in 1926. The paper back then had a section called Boys of Today -- Men of Tomorrow and both Henry and Edward were featured in it.