I had taken dinner at Bellwood before, and the memory was not hilarious.
I told Margery briefly of my visit to Bellwood that morning.
That's the time the theater train leaves the city for Bellwood.
I took dinner at Bellwood and started for town almost immediately after.
When we drew in at Bellwood Station I distinctly remember opening the bag and putting my newspaper and railroad schedule inside.
Socato ate hastily, and then announced that he would go out and see what he could do about rescuing Captain Bellwood.
I ate a light lunch at Bellwood, alone, with Bella to look after me in the dining-room.
Within a couple of nights she had learned that Wardrop was coming home from Plattsburg, and she met him at Bellwood.
Captain Bellwood had been released from the tree, and marched to the other boat, in which he now sat, bound and helpless.
That was in 1919 and I went out and bought a lot in Bellwood Cemetery.