Harmon in Italy, Believed to Be With Troops Nearing Rome
Harmon in Italy, Believed to Be With Troops Nearing Rome HIGHLAND, June 3. Sergeant Walter Harmon Jr., who has been in service nearly a year and a half Is now stationed in Italy and is believed by his family to be with the troops nearing Rome. Sergeant Harmon was in north Africa when he was first overseas. overseas. While there he saw Francis Francis Henderson Jr., who was recently recently returned to this country but since being transferred to Italy he has not seen any one that he knew, according to hit letters home. His wife, who is staying with his parents here, hag recently received received two packages from him, both of which came through in fine shape. They contained gifts of a bedspread and mother of pearl necklace and bracelet. Sergeant Sergeant Harmon wrote that he had received all packages that had been sent. He stated that candy from home had come through fresh and fine and was very welcome. welcome. irpuu " " "'" pie session in Sacramento will be F ... j , 4 The home missionary program told of the work being done among the Negro people, the mountain whites, Indian missions in Puerto Rico, and among the Spanish speaking peoples. Following the program tea was served during a social hour. Mrs. J. William York of Boston and Mrs. Charles Hidden poured. This is the last meeting before the summer vacation, the activities of the society to be resumed in October. Highland Pythian Sisters will meet Tuesday night in Knights of Pythias hall at which time memor ial services will be observed. A given by the delegate. Congregational church Merle P. Smith, pastor, June 4. 9:44 a.m. Church school hour. 11 Morning worship hour. Miss Mary Hidden, soloist. Sermon topic "What Does It Mean To Be lieve in God? 5:30 p.m. Chapel choir rehearsal.