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85 Years Ago June 23, 1937

 

(Herald file photo from Thursday, June 18, 1987)

1957 ALUMNI are back row (l-r), Larry Wilterdink, Dennis Hovel, Dennis Eckman, Pat Kain, Gary Biesemeier and Gene Davis; second row (l-r), Henrietta (Kain) Wernsman, Ramona (Koch) Proctor, Lotus (Gruban) McGuinness, Donna (Salvador) Barber, Alice (Schuman) Cheramy and Teresa (Cheney) Blackburn; front row (l-r), Bob L. Fetzer, Jim Phelps, Dean Anderson, Ivan Spelts and Merl Larson.

85 Years Ago

June 23, 1937

Clair Saylor, 16, of Fleming, was brought to Haxtun Tuesday morning to receive treatment for severe burns on the face and chest. He received the injuries when he was scalded in attempting to remove the radiator cap from a tractor. He was given medical attention at the Mooney hospital.

Mrs. G.B. Hire and daughter Dorothy, and Maine Collins left last Wednesday for Los Angeles, Calif., where they will visit for a time with Mrs. Hire's brother and other relatives.

Vernon Dean, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dinsmore of this city, passed away early last Friday...



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