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Kingston Spy, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1945, Kingston, Wisconsin THE KINGSTON SPY "A Home Owned Newtpaper Derated to the Interests of the Home THE is ovmi WOBK TO THE PEACE! VOLUME 63 PUBLISHED WEEKLY KINGSTON, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1945 PRICE A YEAR NUMBER 51 Record Attendance Sunday At Lutheran Renovation Services IN Hy E. W. Celebrated Reciecuraiion Of The Church Interior The average person forms an opinion by adding to a .small mrusuro information a dash of imagination, and a large quan- tity of prejudice, shaking well News- paper. And we are told that an oil man npvcr knows whether he i.-- four feet from a million dol- lars or a million feet from four dolliu-s Although thins1; are dryer nov.. still a slorv worth irentu nirR which lies up with ill the rain we've been getting lioie. This little episode took plice "everal clays ago when corn was si ill being canned at IVIorke- san and it was raining "hammer handles and and con- cerns "Pete" Williams who rode to work every day with "Bill" SoVmeler and "Steve" Hadley. It seems it wasn't quite time to go to work one day, and "Pete" having a good, full-length rain- Ci al and an errand to do, came down town a few minutes before the boys left. After a time he was seen hurrying back to the minus his raincoat. Some- what his partners asked about the coat, and "Pete" re- plied: "It'b sure a great day for selling It turned out that one ci .Ambers of the ditch-diggir -i, which have been in this vicinity, wanted the coat and offered him a price that he just couldn't turn down. And being the town's best swap- per. "Pete" made the deal. revei.'.l wartime axem'ies ate be- in-; abolished, among them the War Pnxliiction Board. We were even beginning to believe that the do7< ne (if new Federal agen-
is thj newly redecorated interior of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church of our returning fll's brought home deck, engine, purser-hospital Kingston This snap shows how the archway to the sanctuary was lowered and shaped in a perfect arch. Also plainly visible are the on schedule. Kligiblo men from corps, and steward's depart- new lights the grained and gilded altar and pulpit, and the deeper and larger effect the decorating scheme gives to the church. (Edi- 17 to 35 can be transferred im- ments. The U. S. Maritime Ser- tor's Note We won't take all the credit for this pitcure because photographer Arthur Marwitz of Manchester was on hand with his mediately to a training station, vice recruitinf office is located at can raise. now giiiiiiei's mute second class --when he arrived home early having his ship under him by submarine in the Atlantic, uiui spending months hiding in the Islands. With him is his Word comes from Dalton that Hernkind arrived there on Tues- day
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