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 - DAILY REPUBLIC, Mitchell, 5. P., Monday, Dec....
DAILY REPUBLIC, Mitchell, 5. P., Monday, Dec. 29, BROOKINGS If) — What emotions involved when sisters see a brother they have not seen for 28 years and a son greets a father that at times he must have thought dead? This question was answered in Hot Springs Sunday at the Veter-i ans Hospital. Mrs. Dale Sisters Greet Brother And Son His Father, Missing For 28 Years hospital, Bruce established the fact the two were brothers. Jay Nelson Grinols is a son at a Brooklngs County pioneer, the late W. J. Orinols who farmed many years in the Bruce area. Jay attended school in the Bruce area and Brobkings High School. Brown, and Mrs. Burl Brubaker, Walnut Creek, Calif., greeted their brother, Jay Nelson Grinols, who has been missing for 28 years. Mrs. Brubaker ha* been visiting in Sioux Falls. Grinofo' son, M-Sgt. Jay Nelson Grinols Jr., has been granted a special leave from the Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo., and flew to Hot Springs to join In the reunion. The reunion is also a Christmas present for the family as it was Christmas *day that Mrs. Brown learned the whereabouts of her brother through another brother, Bruce Grinols, who operates a grocery in Hot Springs. The reunion is also a climax to a story which dates back to World War I. Jay Nelson Grinols was with the Submarine Service during World War I, serving in Panama and Dutch East Indies. It was during this latter period of service that j He later married and became the Brookings, f at her of three sons. Following his disappearance, his wife, now dead, tanght school in Milwaukee, WIs., for many years to raise the three sons. The sons, in addition to M-Sgt. Grinols, include David, now living in Minneapolis and Neal, living in Illinois. The three sons served in the Air Force during World War II. Sgt. Grinols was wounded and has spent seven years in hospitals for treatment of the wounds. A sister to the missing man lives in Lake Norden. She is Mrs. Andrew Palm. She and her husband are wintering in Florida. Traditional Prevails Though

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  1. The Daily Republic,
  2. 29 Dec 1958, Mon,
  3. Page 18

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