- University Missourian (Columbia, Mo.), March 29, 1916, p. 6, col. 3.
"For Student Councilman
We, The undersigned students of the University of Missouri School of Law, do hereby indorse the candidacy of Homer E. Rich for Councilman from this Department for the year 1916-17: G. Lee Douthitt, S. P. Dalton, Rush H. Limbaugh, Loy E. Sackett, Geo. C. Denman …"
[Transcriber's note: Please note the name just before Loy E. Sackett. I have to wonder if he's related to the current day radio talk show host of the same name.]
- The Daily Missourian (Columbia, Mo.), May 27, 1917, p. 2, col. 3.
"M. U. BREAKS RECORD WITH 668 GRADUATES
Sabine, Winifred Sprague; Sacks, Ward Hanson; Sackett, Loy E; Salmons, Arlie Margaret; Satterlee, Frank Irwin;
- The Columbia Evening Missourian (Columbia, Mo.), March 27, 1922, Last Edition, p. 1
"F. C. Banner Organizes Dana Press Club at Hamline University.
Under the guidance of F. C. Banner, B. J. '20, A. M. '20, instructor of journalism at Hamline University, St. Paul, twelve men who are interested in journalism have formed a local Dana Press Club. The purpose of forming the chapter at Hamline University is to promote interest in newspaper work at Hamline and to study methods of news writing and editing.
The charter members are: Everett Sacket, editor of the Hamline Oracle; Louis Siniff, Russell Wood, LeRoy Klaus, Leon Humes, Paul Hanna, Arthur Erickson, Joh Morrison, Ingvald Talseness, Malcolm Lundsten, Harold Anderson, Courtney Coles and Prof. F. C. Banner."
Website Library of Congress, Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers (http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/). (Researched & transcribed by Michael Trickey).