Clipped From Alton Evening Telegraph
exchanged. Meet In South Pacific EAST ALTON—Mrs. J. D. Mohundro of Ohio avenue, East Alton, has received a letter from her son, Lt. J. D. Mohundro, who is aboard an LST in the South Pacific, telling of a -reunion he had recently with his brother-in-law, John L. Bowers, electrician's mate, 3/c. The reunion took place aboard Lt. Mohundro's ship at Saipan, wher^e both boats were docked. It was the first meeting of the two navy men in two years. Bowers expects to leave his base in 10 days for the States and upon his arrival here will receive his discharge. Lt. Mohundro wrote that he expects to leave In about two wgfiks for the States, but his ship will require about 35 days to make the trip. He, too, will be eli- Sheriff. Story Teller. KMOX, Those Webster*. WIL, New*. Spotlight on 0 Rhythm. KWK, Spotlight Band. 8:43 WIL—Concert Echoes. 0:00 F. M. KSD—Mystery Theater. KXOK. Boxing Bout. KMOX, Dannk Kaye. WIL, Harlem Rhythm. KWK, Leave It to Mike 9:15 WIL—Console Capers. 0:30 KSD—Bill Stern 1 * Sport* News Sfr' KMOX - Danny Kaye Show WIL, News. Sparklers. KWK, Tommy Dorsey'* Orch. 9:45 KSD—(To Be Announced). WTL Serenade in Swingtlme. gfble for discharge from the service upon arrival in the States. Mrs. Hollis Funeral EAST ALTON. — Funeral rites for Mrs. Bertha Hollis, 57, who died Monday, will be conducted at 2 p. m. Sunday at the Assembly of God Church. The body will be at Streeper funeral home, Alton, after 5 p. m. today.