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f h6 Algona tfpper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 8,1942 TWO FAMILIES 1 REUNION AT BEND LAST SUNDAY West'Bend ii A family reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Anllker Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Waller Shell- myer and children of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Dlngman and children of Sherburn, Mlrin., Mr. and Mrs. Leo Splllea and Arlene of Algona, Mrs. Martin Dennlnger and :Martlir, Jr. Of Boston, Mass., John Dennlnger and the Misses Nellie and Jennie Shellmyer of West end, Mr. Detnnlnger'sf five sons could not <be tpitesent. The sons are Mike and Joe of Manly, John of Ottumwa, Frank of Iowa Falls and Martin, C. O., St. D. Upham,- Canal Zone. Members of the Faber family held a reunion at the park In West Bend Sunday. The afternoon waa spent visiting and taking pictures. All brought well filled baskets and ^enjoyed dinner and supper. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John 'iFaber and family of Ottosen, Mr. •and Mrs. Joe Faber and family of Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wlllgev, "Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and daughter of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Xiawrence Klrsch and sons of Whlt- temore, Mr. and Mrs. John Frleder.s, 'Mr. and Mrs. Matt Faber and fam-i ily, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thllges and son, 'Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kramer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Friedera and Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Frieders of Bode, Mrs. Veronica Roethler and famly, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Faber arid daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Victor 'Frieders and Rpsclla -Friedera of Algona, Mr, and Mrs. Alvln Faber and daughters, Loretta Schaller and George, Carolyn and Avellne Bend. Faber of West (Miss Lela Frieden left for Anamosa where she will again teach the coming year. Miss Theresa Ehfhardt left this week to commence school at her new teaching position in Bayard. Miss Dorothy Meyer left for Sioux Falls, S. p., to teach, physical education tot her third year. Miss Irene Mikes of Des Moines visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mikes over the week .end. < '.•XJeorge Foley of Des Moines spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Frank Foley, who has not been In the best of health recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest D. Anllker left Friday evening for Lake Frort- tenao In Minnesota on a fishing trip. They expect to be gone a week or ten days. Miss Stella Eckhoff left Friday to resume her teaching duties at Highland, Ind., after having spent the summer with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Peter Eckhoff. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Reid and son, John Hugh of Palmer were Sunday guests of J..L. Reid, father of Mr. Reid. They also visited numerous other friends In West Bend. Mrs. Martin Dennlnger and Martin, Jr., returned to their home at Mqston, Mass., after having spent the summer wth Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Anllker and other relatives. , A. W> Gearhart and Wesley Gearhart left for Iowa City Thursday morning where Mr. Gearhart will enter the University hospital for a final check up on the leg he broke last November. 'Emory Bevard, Jr., went to Graettinger Wednesday to visit his sister, Mrs. Charles Thoreson and Mrs. Herman Andreason. Mr. Bevard leaves for Des'Moines Tuesday for military service. (Benjamin Qchafer was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital Tuesday for an appendectomy. Two brothers, Louis and Carl, took him to Fort Dodge. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Schafer. (Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter and sons, David and Richard, were callers In Des Moines Sunday at the home of Mr. Scbutter's sister. David remained in Des Moines to attend a business college. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mikes and daughter, -Irene, granddaughter^ Marilyn Mikes and daughter-in- law, Mrs. Harold Mikes,' went to northern Minnesota for three weeks Mr. Mikes and Marilyn are having a siege of hay fever. O. M. Slmpwn in ft new cterk at ;he -Leuthold-WllUams clothing store. MTJ and Mrs, W. G. McCullough spent Sunday at Newton and Des koines visiting friends. Mr. and (Mrs. Jim Merryman spent a few days >ast week at Fos- torta where they visited friends. Mrs, George Kohl te seriously 111 at the Kossuth hospital where she s receiving medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buschcr became :he parents of a baby girl born Saturday at the General hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt of Burt spent the week end at Okobojl. Mr. and Mrs. E, E, Anderson left Saturday for a two weeks' vacation at Horseshoe Lake In Minnesota. Marian Rising of Des Moines, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising, spent the week end In Algona. Mrs. John McDowell spent Sunday at Cedar Falls at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fishel. MEN FOX, BANCROFT, AND GORDON OSMUS, ILLINOIS, WED TUESDAY 'Bancroft:, Miss Helen Fox, daugh- • ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fox of Bancroft, and Gordon Osmus of New Lenox,- 111., were united In marriage Tuesday .morning in St. John's Catholic church wth a dou: ble ring ceremony. Rev. J. H.-Schultes read the Nuptial High Mass. Miss Rosemary Welp, friend of the bride and Donald Osmus, brother of the groom, attended the couple. The bride was attired In a white vel-veray floor length dres~3 with a long train, and a finger tip veil. She carried a bouquet of peach Johanna Hill 'roses and peach gladioli. Her attendant wore a robin egg blue floor" -length dress with a matching head veil. ,- Her bouquet was of deep rose asters. The groom •!» and His attendant wore .black tux-?. edoe's. The bride's mother, Mrs. Henry Fox her sister, Mrs. Art Renger, and the groom's another, Mrs. E. A, Osmus wore peach gladioli .corsages. • After a wedding trip the couple will be at home in New Lenox, HI The groom is employed in the National Cash Register office in Jol'iet, 111. Ruth Torino left Friday to attend the A. I. B. in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs. Glen Nurre are the parents of a son born Friday. Mr. and. Mrs. Warner Johnson are the parents of a son born on 'Saturday. Rev. • S. A< Gxady of Schaller spent Monday and Tuesday visaing -friends here. Mr and Mrs. Ed Berens and son of Joliet, 111., arrived to spend a •visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson and family attended a family picnic at Fenton Sunday honoring Pvt. Lyle Newel. • Betty and Jim Shellington left Sunday for Minneapolis. Betty is spending this week visiting there and Jim plans to attend school. Sister M. Arnolda, Sister M. Jo- anlta, Sistef M. Corona, Sister M. SusaAna and Rev. J. H. Schultes Attended the Requiem Mass In honor of Sister M Priscilla Saturday - morning at LeMars. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cogley and family attended the graduation exercises of their daughter B Izabeth, at Sioux City Sunday. Miss Cog- fey graduated from St. Joseph's nurses school at Mason City. Mrs. Ralph Tiee clerked last week at the Cummlngs Variety tore,, Mrs. Rose Nelson of St. Benedict, 'Isited friends in Algona Tuesday of last week. Mrs/ Irvln Miller began work the •first of the month as bookkeeper at he S. and L. store. Walter Schipull of Brewstcr, Livermore Church Dedicates Service Flag With Program Livermore: A very- impressive patriotic and religious service was conducted at the Sacred Heart church last Sunday in honor of the b'bys in service. The United Sltates flag and the Papal flag were dedi cated. The service began with the Choir singing the Star Spangled Banner. 'Following the dedication Father Dtth'igg read the Wst of names of the boys in service from the Catholic church, and he gave a talk in which he stressed the :dutles,,of the citizen to both God and country. The! reot'tB,1lion of the rosary was followed by bene-. diction. The' meeting closed with the choir singing "God Bless America." • Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buscher became the parents of a baby girl born Saturday at the General hospital. Margaret Mary Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lynch, spent the week end at Iowa City visiting friends. Mrs. W. E. McCamey and Mrs. Emll Hagg, Jr., of Adel spent last week at the home of Mrs. Anna Madsen. Mrs. William Dehnert returned today (Tuesday) after spending t.he past ten days in Chicago visiting relatives. Mrs. J. O. BuUiirmn gave the thank offering service at the Methodist church at Ledyard Sunday morning. Lorraine Tlerney, employed al Des Moines, spent the week enc at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Bridgett Tobin. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.\Jerry Schutter at West Bend. Richard Palmer, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Bert Palmer, wiJl begin his first year at Cde College at Cedar Rapids this fall. Betty Lou Towne, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Gail Towne, under, went an operation at the Genera hospital Saturday. Lt. Robert Harrington, stations at Camp Dodge in Des Moines spent the week end with his wlfi and son, Timmy. Mrs. O. H. Taylor spent Sunday in Des Moines visiting her husbanc who is in a hospital there receiving medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Redding Putnam o Kansas City, Missouri, spent Wed nesday at the home of Mr. anc Mrs. W. P. French. Air. and Mrs. M- J. Streit and son, Michael, sepnt the Labor Day week end in Des Moines visitin relatives and friends. Owen Nichols will be a freshman at Iowa State College at Ames this CHICKEN DINNER AJ ST. BENEDICT SUNDAY NETS $845 iSt. Benedict: Last Sunday's chicken, dinner at the Catholic parish was very well patronized net returns being around $845. Everyone was greatly pleased. Officers are very grateful-fo all"who assisted in preparing all accessories which are necessary in putting on an event of this kind and cleaning up the next day. SEXTON NEWS B. M, Sanders is building a silo pn one of his farms this week. Mr, Mimbach received a carload pf lumber at the -Moore & Moore Lumber Co. this .week. Lorraine green was taken ill In school Thursday And was; pn the sick -list for ft couplf of days. .. Mri and'Mrs, Hantey Steven and Everett attended the wedding pf Fern Steven at Algona Thursday, Mrs. Drusilla Noble and Mrs. Herman Wise attended, a democratic woman's luncheon at the'Country Club, Algona, Thursday. Harpld Hunt had the misfortune to discover a bumble bee nest while working near a straw pile this week. He was string several time? and he was quite ill from the stings, 'a, Sanders will entertain f^ v*v _ -_. »_ Pi— ~1 -LI*... f,f the Se«tpn , Christian' geryiee &.J}ajr bojne tlons will be Jed by and lesson by Mrs, Bazaar plans will be d erysne is invited to Mr. --""-• , IQ, Oevp- usses}. BJv» Mr, and Mrs. Harold Henigar o! Waterloo were Thursday visitors of Mrs. MoKemna, Mrs. Henigar's mother. ... Richard Ludwlg, son of J. NT. Ludwig had the t misfortune to fall from-a Shetland pony and fracture left arm. Clarence Recker of this place was among the draftees who left for the army a week ago Monday. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs, Ben Recker. Mrs. Mary Penton accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ted Trunnelle took John Penton to Des Moines a week ago Sunday to report for navy service. Nick and Emll Arndorfer and Leo Ludwlg are erecting 'large ca- ment feeding floors on their farms. Art Rosenmeyer and Max Ferstl are assisting with the work. Mrs. Ben Dorr Mrs. N. Dornbier and Vest and Dickie drove to Mason City recently where they got Roslee Dorr 'Friday who had been operated on for appendicitis a week previous. , , Jake Ludwlg, who Is employed at a packing plant in Omaha, came Monday night via Fort Dodge to visit "his brothers, George, John, and Leo and Sister, Mrs, Dan Froe* lien as he will leave for army ser- vje.fl Sept, 15, BEGIN COLLEGE W.ORK FOR YEAR 3wea-Eagle: Mr- Mrs. Art Minnesota, visited Thursday at the George Ferstls of St. Benedict. Howard Hoertk and Dennis Pratt flew to Mason City Saturday afternoon In Mr. Hoenk's plane to at- end to business matters. O. B. Brundage of Waterloo spent uesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage. O. R. and G. D. are brothers. Agnes Ferstl of Joliet, Illinois, s spending her vacation from tne American Institute with her fam- ly, the George Ferstls of St. Benedict. Mrs. Chester Van De Walker and two daughters left for Minneapolis Sunday where they will join Mr. Van De Walker who is employed there. Mrs. B. B. WaU«r returned from Des Moines Saturday where she had spent the past few days. Mr. Waller returned with ;ier to spend the week end. June Corey, Genevieve Sterling, and Mrs. Merle iPratt will spend the week end at Clear Lake where they Will attend a meeting of the Iowa Presswomen. Mirs. F. W, Thaves of Lakota has been at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Guderlan. Mrs. Guderian has been ill for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dewel spent the week end In Algona with their parents. They went to Iowa City Sunday where they will make their home. Mrs. F. W. Dlngley and daughter, Helen, left for Des Moines Saturday where they will spend a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nugent. Mr. and Mrs. Weston Gabriel and family of Wyndmere, North Dakota, were guests at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Flora Gabriel, last week. Edward Sherman left Friday evening for his home in New York City after spending the past week at the home of his mother, Mrs. T. C. Sherman. Maxlne Drtlley accompanied Mr. ard Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh and daughter, Louise to Cedar Falls Sunday Dr. A/J. fcason, <5. I*.BnrHs and Victor Knary, the latter two of LuVerne, went to northern Minnesota Saturday where they will spend a few days fishing. John Jfohlhaas and his brother, Henry J., of Livermore took the former's son, Tom, to Omaha, Monday. Tom will be enrolled as a freshman at Creighton University. Mrs. O. E. Van Dorston, f/ormer- Ifir o fMason City, left Wednesday for Denver, Colorado, where she will make hen home. Her son, Elbe and daughter, Thelma, live at Den- where Loiuse entered State Teachers college. the Iowa Chrischilles will leave on Monday for Belolt, Wisconsin, where he has anotflier year and a half ver. H. W. PIctch spent the week end here with his family. He is now located at Sparta, Wisconsin, where he is employed by an insulating company which is doing some work at Camp McCoy. Bernard Morrall wont to Boonc- ville, Missouri, Monday, where he will begin his second year at thu Kemper Military school there. Bernard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrall. Adra Yeoman will return tomorrow (Wednesday) from Webster City where she has been spending the past few days at the 'home of her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yeoman. Mrs. P. J. KolUhaias and son, B>Jb, and Mrs. Rose Scanlan took the former's daughter, Betty, to Swaledale Sunday. Betty will teach the third, fourth and fifth grades at Swaledale this year. Esther Strayer, who has been cm- ployed at Fort Dodge, left for Sioux City Sunday where she will take nurses' training. She recently returned from Dallas, Texas, where she had -been visiting a friend. Mr., and Mrs; D. C. Hutchison and daughters,'Joanne and Nancy, spent from Thursday to Monday of last week at Lake Okoboji with Lieut. Governor and Mrs. B. B. Hlcken- looper and children, of Cedar Rapids. Charlotte Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antone Johnson, Rosalie Swanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson, and Barbara Haggard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs M. P. Haggard, will attend Cornell college at Mount Vernon this year. Mr. and Mrs, Tom Merryman oi Chicago, arrived Saturday -for two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs J. I. Merryman and at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bonnstetter at Whittmeore. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnstetter are Mrs. Merryman's par- .ents. Ellen Pommerening spent Sunday and Monday here getting acquainted with her new nephew, Terry Lynn Reding, and visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. R Pommerening. Ellen Is employed at the Robert Street Food Marke at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Behfield am Mavis Zimmer of Vesta, Minn., an Dresser Is Mr. Roland's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bllllngsly of Jew•11 also spent Sunday at the Roland home. Mrs. Billlngsley Is the former Ruth Roland. Mrs. Carrie E, Hardesty of Wash- ngton, D. C., returned to her home after spending a few days last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Irvln Peterson. Mrs. Charles Hardesty of Des Moines is spencl- ng this week at the Peterson homo. Mrs. Charles Hardesty Is Mrs. Pet- srson's grandmother. Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Wallace and he latter's sister, Miss Marie Grover of Burt returned the first of last veek from Yreka, California, where hey had gone to visit the women's jrother, Ray Grover, who broke his >ack several months ago. While he is still in a cast, he is able to >e about the house and out in he yard. Mrs. Lillian White and two daugh- ,ers came up from Manilla, Iowa, and spent the week end with Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. A. Norman. Mrs. White is the widow of Joe White, and owns and publishes the Manilla Times. Her daughter, Miss LaVonne, is a registered nurse in Detroit, Michigan, and is spending ler vacation in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Reding be- iame parents of their first child, a joy, born Saturday at the Kossuth lospital. They have named him Terry Lynn and he weighed seven Dounds and five and a ha?if ounces. Mrs. Reding Is the former Marie Pommerening. Mr. Reding, who s employed by the government at Chicago, arrived Sunday and will spend the week here. Joe Shaben left the first »f the week for Washington, D. C., where he will visit his daughter, Margaret, at Beloit college. Jack is the son i Mr. ancMMrs. Joe Hamilton an ' * " *~~ " of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles. Mr. alnd Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas took their daughter, Betty, to Swaledale Sunday, where she will teach in the consolidated school there. Swa'.c- dale is seven miles south of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Echen of Fort .(Peck, 'Montanaj, arrived fall Owen Is the son of Mr. and! Mon a a y of last week to visit the Mrs. Owen Nichols, Sr. The Presbyterian ladies will hold a rummage sale the first Saturday in October. The name of the place will be announced later. Jack Holtzbauer returned to Des Moines Sunday after visiting with friends here. Jack will leave for the army next Tuesday. Donald Ward returned to Iowa City Sunday after spending a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Laidley and family of Rockwell spent Sunday at the homes of Mrs Howard Vinson and Mrs. A. M. Laidley. Mr, l(nd Mrs. P. Andringa spent the week end at the home of their daughter, Mrs. A. J. Eason. Mr. and Mrs. Andringa live at Orange City. . . , | i - ; li| j i Phyllis Maxwell began working in Lusby arid Glossi's drug store the first -of the week. Phyllis is a 1942 graduate of the Algona high school. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Larson and two children left Thursday for Wll- mar, Minnesota, where they will spend a week visiting their respective parents. Mary G. McEv,oy, only daughter of Airs. Katherine McEvoy, who recently completed her nurse's training at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, visited her mother and other relatives here last week. She began working at the Waverly hospital this week, Ted Chrischilles, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles, left Friday of last week for Chicago where he met Bill dine, his roommate at Beloit college, and they left for Notre Dame University at South Bend, Indiana, where both are in the Naval Reserve, Sue Norton, daughter, of Mr, and Mrs. Milton Norton, and Julie Chris- chllles, son of Mr, and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles, are the new cheer leaders at the high school. Patricia Pollard and Douglas Bfrown who were cheer leaders last year, are also on the squad. Mrs, K,' O, Bjustrom and daughter Dorothea, Mrs. J. ES. Walker and Arthur Locke left Saturday for Minneapolis, where they wljl spend « few days visiting relatives. They will go on to Remer, Minnesota, where they Will spend tha balance of the week with relatives. Marine Brundage, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. G, P. poundage, returned today (Tuesday) after spending the past few days at Waterloo <at the home- ojf Mr. W> Mrs. o. R, Brundage and with friends. ..... .„„.„.. . ......... Anderson and their spn, Albert, were Maxlne wiU enter the State Univ-^ r - ---- ----- «-•- --" ln LflMars, Thursday until Friday of last weete wberg Albert, rfgia* tered at Western pplon college for first y&ar study, He graduated from the Swea City high, school A year agq last May. Wiima, daughter pf Mr. and Mrs. proton' rftwned 'iwnw last erslty of Iowa at Ames this fa'l —•—- '-*-- will be a. freshman, enter A. J. B, She was a graduate pf Bancroft high school last year. Mrs. 'E. S. Bergeson la visiting elatives ftt Ottawa, BL, and see a brother there woo w|U Tatter's grandmother, Mrs. Flora Gabriel at Mrs. Andrew Peterson's home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Creed and children Frank and Betty of Newton have moved into the Hodges house on Wooster street. Mr. Creed is employed at the O. K. Rubber Welders shop. Mr. ajnd Mfrsw Frances French and daughter of Pontiac, Michigan, is visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. French is the former Elsie Braun, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Braun. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Beamish spent Sunday at Iowa Falls visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stewart of Madison, Wisconsin, who were visiting relatives there. Mrs. Stewart is Mr. Beamish's sister. Myron W. Sarchet spent last week at the home of Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne. Myron is the three year old son of Woodrow Sarchet, Mrs. Bourne's brother, who now lives in Minnesota, Saturday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Brown were Mr, and Mrs. G. A. Roland and Mrs. Jack Dresser and daughter, Patricia, the latter of Washington, D. C. Word has been received from Lt. Col'. G. G. Naudain that he has been transferred from Gainsville, Florida, to the Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland, where he does editorial work on* the Review Board. Margaret Ann Beardsley Marguerite Dalziel Jef tfor and San Luis Oblspo, California, from Boone Friday morning. From Luis Oblspo they will go to San Diego where both are employed. Mr, and Mrs. Ferinley Nolte of Moline, Illinois, arrived Friday for a few days' visit at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nolte. Fernley is employed by the Skelgas Co. at Moline. Mrs, Jjohn Ounn of Sioux City and Private Lloyd Thaves of Lincoln, Nebraska, spent the Labor Day week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderlan. They are sister and .brother of Mrs. Guderian. Mr, and Mrs, Leg Renyon spent from Saturday until today (Tuesday) with, relatives at Davenport and Dubuque. Their daughter, Sharon stayed with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow. Sir, and Mrs. Robert Qormley of Chicago returned to their home Monday after spending the week end at the home of the latter's parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. L. Larson. Mrs, Qornjley is the former Maxine . karson »lr. and and the latter's parents, Mr. an<j Mrs. Albert Christiansen of Royal, Mrs. c F. H. Panszek. He will also go to Syracuse to visit his brother, John Shaben, who Is irt poor health Han In Ithaca, *T. Y. Before fetfllit* ing he expects to spend some tlm* with his daughter, Mrs. S. B\ Halt and will stop with his daughter, Lll- at East La'nsihg, Mich. Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 8-9 Last Two Days HENRY FONDA -WAN BENNET1 ! 'WE© «3S;. William GARGAN-Marcarel IINOSflV . «S Fllerv IJjiien ' • '• is Nikki tola , .ft Splna-' chilling myth Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 10-11-12 Big Fun and Thrill Show Extra—Capt. Midnight Serial, Buy War Bonds at this Uheatre son of Milford,, Conn., were guests last week at the home of Mr. ant Mrs. Leo BeRock. 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