Margaret Mispel helps new mother, daughter Grace (Mispel) Schnopp
, seven HINSDALE--All persons i n t ested in r a i s i n g a f u n d servicemen and I i-irl iri i m i n i t r iitn. women are in Hopkins, at i h e Town'Hall at S this Since the start of the war the Chamber of Commerce has raised h r o p Thomas! funds and given the service a gift, Last M u - j s e w i n g kits were h """' each one and Tommy at Christmas lime. Many men and women have written notes appreciation for the gifts. This i s done under the serviceman's_gift r l l u i m p - J i n k s ; r d . Wll- m i t h ; m r n u of l ; In.ver Mis." nnd F o r w a r d ; c o m m i t l e e , Mrs. M a r chairman. She also keeps a record of each one in service, and tries keep addresses up lo date. This has been made possible by co-operation co-operation of pnrenls and friends of those in tho armed forces. --Mrs. M a r g a r e t Mispel spending a week's v a c a t i o n duties as housekeeper for Mrs. Jennie Cone, w i t h her daughter, Mrs. Schnopp, of Dalton, who recently r e t u r n e d from the hospital der i n f a n t twins, a son daughter.