Clipped From Alton Evening Telegraph
Sisters to Meet For First Time The arrival of Miss Evelyn Bose from Roswell, N. M., next week wiil I be the first time that she has ever seen her sister, Mrs. Franclne Ro-. ( of 810 Liberty street. Separated when she was a baby, Mrs. Bose told a reporter today that she was looking forward to the occasion of getting acquainted with her sister. Their mother and father, the late Oscar Bose, were separated when the two girls were babies, the father ta'zing Evelyn and Mrs. Rose staying with her mother. Oscar Bose and a brother, Fred Bose, staked mining claims down at Tucson, Ariz., and were quite successful. Oscar Bose died in 1924. Following his death Evelyn went to live with friends where she has been staying since.