3 Missing Boys

The St. Petersburg Paper August 1835

3 Missing Boys

3 boys are now missing as of yesterday, and they have still not been found. The boys are Tom Sawyer, Joe Harper, and Huckleberry Finn. They are all about twelve years old with brown hair. Sheriff's believe that they drowned in the Mississippi river late last night. Some of their classmates think they are playing a joke and having fun without them. The whole town is worried about these loving and caring boys and hope they are found soon. If you would like to help the cause, join the search party going out at 4 pm tonight, and keep these young boys in your prayers.

Interview with Mark Twain

Interviewer: " What was, in your mind, the message in the book?"

Twain: "I think the message was to live your life the way you feel happy and make the most out of it."

Interviewer: "What was the inspiration for the character Tom Sawyer?"

Twain: "When I was young, there were many young troublesome boys that all were just like Tom."

Interviewer: "Why do you think so many kids will like this book?"

Twain: " I think kids will love it because of the mischief, the great adventures, and the laughs."

St. Petersburg, Missouri

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1938) - 1/9 - {HQ}

Search Party Rescue Mission

Friday, Aug. 14th 1835 at 6pm

Meet at the North Dock

All men and boys who would like to try to help find Sawyer, Finn, and Harper will be able to do so because we will need the extra help. Come down to the north dock at 6 o'clock tonight.