Screen magazine film 'The Old Home Town' shows activities in Springfield, New Jersey and its citizens' interest in the war effort. Service flag in the window of a house to symbolize a family member in service. Interior of the house. Framed photographs on the mantle in the living room. A mother writes a letter to her son describing the latest activities of Springfield. Views of The First National Bank of Springfield, a store for War Bonds and Stamps, a Luncheonette for soda candy and ice cream. High School children in a packed eatery. Cars line a street downtown. Women outside stores in the market. Children rush out of a school building. A mail man approaches a house to deliver mail. Two women share news received in a mail from a son at war. A paper boy delivers the paper to a doorstep. A man reads the paper with his family in the living room. An Honor Roll erected by the Lions Club in the town square. Two men put up a star near the name of Howard Lott, lost in the Mediterranean. Men fix handy work around houses like: saw wood, fix bureau, wash windows, fix doors and paint landings. People of Springfield in a church pray for the young men and women in service.
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