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 - SEARCH FOR MISSING WECKERLY GIRL AT GALENA. AND...
SEARCH FOR MISSING WECKERLY GIRL AT GALENA. AND DUBUQUE, IA,, FUTILE Another Clue from Davenport, la., also Proves False Local authorities and those In nearby cities have been asked to locate locate Florence Weckerly, 16-year-old [daughter of Mr/and Mrs. Roy Week- jerly, 707 TCast Wyandotte street, who 'has been missing; from home since Monday evening. The girl had been employed in the bottling department of the .AV. T. Rawlelgh .'company and •- i^ •- , — — •• .fK.«.B.,f uiiu .tviin Jc. : seen on a bus which loaves "here at 5:30 p. m. and checking up/on the Kir] it was found that she was in company with Irene Stauffacker, 19 j years old, who had been living with ( her sister at the New York House. The Stnuff:u.-l:er Rlrl had informed j her sister that she intended going to JDubuque, la., and that the AA r ecker- ly.girl was going with her. The ' father of the missing girl was in i Dubuque yesterdny and also Galena j but failed to find any trace of the two girls. Florence Weckerly ] H described as Although Florence had _jjever mentioned 5 the fact at home, since her departure friends have Informed her parents that she has several times mentioned that she intended to run away. GRACE CHURCH WOMAN'S AUXILIARY MAY BREAKFAST TO BE GIVEN MAY I4TH The May breakfast of tile AVomnn's Auxiliary oC Grace church will be held in the dining room of the Parish house, Tuesday, May 14, at 1 p. m. After the breakfast the guests will adjourn to the Guild room where they will be entertained with a piny, "Robert and Mary," by Anita i3. Ferris, the cast of which includes some of the best talent of the city. The play is a sketch of'.that pnrt of "' nr n pastime If 'the autho"rites are 1C years old, weight 120, five feet 4 Inches in height, dark hair, brown eyes, dressed in a red leather coat, black silk dress, brown hat and black shoes. The girl's parents believed that she might have gone to Davenport, la., to join a carnival company and police in that city were communicat- jed with but the clue proved to be a false one. The missing girl is good looking and likes to dance and it is believed believed she will be found in some I nearby city enjoying' her favorite pastime it tne authorities are vicri- lent enough to keep tab on the j Don't forget the Friday, May 10th Gardens. Any sort of be fitting for the be awarded and place during Refreshments will guarantee you a THE

Clipped from Freeport Journal-Standard09 May 1929, ThuPage 3

Freeport Journal-Standard (Freeport, Illinois)09 May 1929, ThuPage 3
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