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a In at trie office of the bafik evening, Jart, 18, 0, F. Robertson Herman Brandt, 8, A, B«!te ihd George Rummel were elected ai directors. . The board of director* Itt& regular session immediately me stockholders' meeting and officers officers were elected as follows: President-C, V. BObertton. Vice presidents—Herman flf&fldt and o. A. Beebe, Cashier— 8. N. tJnangst, Assistant cashier— Metrnan areen* field, ; The Forreston farm bureau 'eom- munity unit will meet this evening, at the DlehTs opera house. The program program Is as follows: Music, trumpet solo and reading— Oenevleve Drake. Play, "Henry's Mall-Order Wife" •Maryland community unit. Remarks— Clare Bradford, director director of insurance, Picture show— Illinois Northern Utilities. Each family Is requested to bring sandwiches, doughnuts and table service. Coffee will be furnished. RETIRED RURAL MAILMAN, BELOIT, REPORTED MISSING Belolt, Wis,, Jan. 20.— No Information Information has been received by police of Rock or Winnebago counties of the whereabouts of Dan Kelly, Sr., 1171 East Grand avenue, Who disappeared disappeared from his home late Monday. Monday. Mr. Kelley, who Is 66 years old, and who was a rural mail carrier here for approximately 18 years, has been in poor 'health for the last two years. He retired early last year. He left his home late in the afternoon, presumably to take a walk, and according to reports, he was last seen not far from his home on the old Rockford road. Search Is Instituted When Mr. Kelley failed to return return to his home Monday night, a search was instituted. Police of Be- lolt and Rockford, and county officials officials were asked to be on the lookout lookout for him. He Is five feet, seven inches tali and weight 148 His face is thin And he tfa* wear Iftg ttifelStt. Members of his family, believing hto mitid has become confused* we of thd opinion he started walfcfhg on the highway and prdbably w« glvett a rfde by a passing ifwtttut. He was wearing a blue, macklnaw, a dark gray cap, black-shoes and overshoes with buckles. , THftE ESCAPE INJURY AS TRUCK OVERTURNS ON TRACKS NEAR LEAF RIVER Leaf River,1111., Jan. 20.—Three persons, De*an Hilleary, driver, John Moore and!Edward Treegood, residing In .Wisconsin, escaped jury when the truck in which they were riding overturned on the Chicago, Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul Si Pacific railroad tracks near here last night. The accident occurred when lights on the truck went out suddenly suddenly as the truck was rounding curve, Unable to see the road ahead of him the driver lost control. THE A Comedy Bv S, N. 8:20 P. M. If You Are Thinking of Flay First and HESERVATIONS COMMENCE of Playhouse, corner West Clark Saturday, January 22, 2-8 p. 24-26, inclusive, 4-8 p. m. Single

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 20 Jan 1938, Thu,
  3. Page 20

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