The Boone 'Friendship Train committee |*fct| at the Hoist Hotel Wednesday aftlrioon to f6rmulate plans to fill al past one railroad car with food ffr Europe.
The "Friendship Train" will stop in Boone at 1:30 p. m. Nov. 13.
The committee has sent a telegram to Drew Pearson, columnist, requesting full information, and will hold a second meeting tomorrow noon to draw up definite plans for receiving contributions.
Preliminary information indicates that grains have been listed as the primary food to be sent with personal contributions to be made by every resident of Boone county and the surrounding areas.
Fred Appenzeller was appointed chairman of the committee, and Vic Brunner a*s secretary.
A letter received by the Boone News-Republican from Pearson relates that a system of letters list-^ng the families in any community wnich contributes grain to the train will be transmitted to communities in France and Italy in order that people of those countries may know who their benefactors are.
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