THE NEZPERCE HERALD
Vol. 21, No. 48
NEZPERCE, IDAHO, THURSDAY, MAY I, 1919
Official Paper Lewis County
DISTRICT court convene
HEBE ON MAY 12TH.
State and 37 Civil Cases, Includ
ing Niue for Divorce, On
The spring term of the Lewis county
district court is ket to ope« on Monday,
Mav 12th, and without later informa
tion to the contrary, Judge Scales will
take up the business of the session on
Following is a complete docket of
the cases so far filed for the term,
there being 47 in all, a number of
which will require little time to dis
pose of. There are six state cases of
more or less moment, and the number
of releases from the bonds of matri
mony asked for is kept well up to the
standard in this term, nine divorce
actions having been filed. The docket:
State va. Geo. Happy and Mrs. Jane
Henry Smith; charged with burglary.
S. O. Tannahill and G. C. Pennell, at
torneys for the state; John Green for
State vs. Hilliard Patton; rape. S.
0. Tannahill and O. C. Pennell, attor
neys for state; P. W. Mitchell, attor
ney for defendant.
vs. Hewett; resisting an
officer. 8. O. Tannahill and G. C. Pen
nell, attorneys for state.
State vs. Levi Patterson; rape.
C. Pennell, for slate; G. Orr McMin
imy, for defendant.
State vs. Winston McKinsey; selling
liquor in prohibition distret. G. C
Pennell, for state; C. H. Nugent, for
State vs. S. Freels Fore; rape. G.
C. Pennell, for state; P. W. Mitchell,
for defendant. |
Geo. E. Vetter vs. Craig Mountain
Lumber Co.; personal damages. G. I
Orr MeMinimy and Ben F. Tweedy, |
for plaintiff; S. O. Tannahill, for de
Loyle Sales vs. F. H. Martin et al; I
for damages. G. Orr MeMinimy, for I
plaintiff; G. C. Pennell and S. O. Tan-(man;
nahill, for defendants.
George Black vs. Ernest Webb and
Emmett Webb; suit for damages. H. I
S. Gray, for plaintiff; S. O. Tannahill, |
Lewis county, a municipal corpora-1 v
tion, vs. B. J. Fike, Harry Mitchell,
C. J. Fike, and Tom Robertson; fore
closure of liens. Fred E. Butler, for I
plaintiff; Eugene A. Cox, for defend-1
Nezperce Roller Mills, a corporation,
vs. J. F. Carrico; suit on account. C. (
H. Nugent, Fogg & Campbell, for plain
tiff; Eugene O'Neill and Lawrence E.
O'Neill, for defendant.
John F. Carrico vs. Nezperce Roller
Mills, a corporation; suit for damages
Eugene O'Neill and Lawrence O'Neill
for plaintiff; Fogg & Nugent, for de
' I G.
Vollmer Clearwater Co., a corpora
tion, vs. W. L. Lyon; suit on contract.
S. O. Tannahill, for plaintiff; G. C.
Pennell and P. W. Mitchell, for defend
Effie 8. KashKash and Cecilia Sun
down vs. Camille Williams; injunction
and partition. John L. Fitzgerald, for
R. W. Senter and E. B. Scnter vs.
Sue L. Bywaters; suit on account.
O. for M. Reese
Hattabaugh and G. Orr MeMinimy, for
Maud Byrd vs. Robert Byrd; suit
for divorce. S. O. Tannahill, for plain
Agnes M. Jabeth vs. Harrison Ja
beth; suit for divorce,
and S. O. Tannahill, for plaintiff; G.
Orr MeMinimy for defendant.
Union State Bonk vs. C. H. Firth
G C Pennell I to
and Sarah E. Firth; suit on promissory
note. P. W. Mitchell, for plaintiff;
Fogg & Nugent, for defendant.
Nezperce Rochdale Co. vs. Burrell
Engineering & Construction Co.; suit
on bonds. Fogg & Nugent, for plain
tiff; Chas. L. McDonald and G. C.
Pennell, for defendant.
Henry Stallbohm vs. Mary Tronto;
G. Orr MeMinimy, I P
suit on account.
for plaintiff; P. W. Mitchell, for de
Emma Wells vs. D. P. Donovan; suit
on promissory note. Eugene A. Cox,
for plaintiff; S. O. Tannahill, for de- j
Edwin W. Wing vs. Terrence Con-1
nolly, Minnie A. Kistler, et al; suit to I
quiet title. 6. O. Tannahill, for plain-1
tiff; John R. Becker, for defendant. I
Annie E. Roberson, formerly Annie)
E. Harrington, and George E. Barring
ton vs. A.' E. Herrington, Lydia Har- to
rington, his wife, Birty P. Harrington, a
Agnes M. Harrington, R. R. Hnrring
ton, Keith E. Harrington, et al.; suit I
to quiet title. S. O. Tannahill, for I
plaintiff ; Ben F. Tweedy, for defend-1
B. J. Fike vs. Amil Haener and Al
bert Haenor; suit on account. Eugene
A. Cox, for plaintiff.
Abraham J. Marshall vs. Henrietta 1
L. Marshall ami A. J. Riggins; suit to
Henry 8. Gray, for
plaintiff; G. C, Pennell for defendant
Helen B. Houghto
Houghton vs. Craig Mountain Lumber
Co.; appeal from award of Industrial
Torval E. Strom and
O. H. Nugent, for plaintiff; R. S.Nel
son and J. T. Pence, for defendant.
J. L. Price Brokerage Company
Nezperce & Idaho Railroad Co.; dam
S. 0. Tannahill, for plaintiff;
P. W. Mitchell for defendant.
Mary E. Hess vs. Carl C. Hess; di
vorce. G. C. Pennell, for plaintiff.
James B. Bradshaw
Bradshaw vs. Rosa M. Thomas and
Mi's. Russell A. Mather; foreclosure of
mortgage. James E. Babb, for plain
tiff; Eugene A. Cox. for defendant.
Theopolus E. Leach vs. Susie Leach;
G. Orr MeMinimy, for plain
vs. John F. Jones,
Eunice M. Jones, Herman Weber and
Nezperce & Idaho Railroad Co.; fore
closure of mortgage. Chas. L. McDon
ald and Eugene A. Cox, for plaintiff.
Dora YanMoulken vs. P. J. Van
Moulken; divorce. F. H. Rehber«
Gustav E. Dybvig, May Dybvig and
Theodore Dybyig vs. Halver Dybvig.
Lewy Dybvig, Mary Flamoe, Nels Fla
moe, Eainer Johnson, Agnes Johnson
and Gladys Johnson; suit to quiet title.
Fogg & Nugent, for plaintiff; M.
Reese Hattabaugh, for défendent,
J. B. Campbell vs. Rena Adams and
R. N. Broker; damages and injunction.
Fred E. Butler, for plaintiff; G. Orr
MeMinimy, for defendant.
Union State Bank vs. W. G. Shaw
ley; suit on promissory note. G. C.
Pennell, for plaintiff.
Etta A. Gwynne vs. John E. Gwynne;
divorce. G. Orr MeMinimy for plain
Potlatch State Bank vs. J. V. Hull;
foreclosure of chattel mortgage. Nis
bet & Ewans, for plaintiff.
Mabel H. Hallett vs. Claude F. Hal
lett; divorce. G. *Orr MeMinimy, for
Fred A. Brinkman vs. Anna Brink
divorce. S. O. Tannahill, for
suit to recover money. G. Orr Me
Minimy, for plaintiff.
J. H. Campbell and Willie Campbell
s- Orangeville Electric Light and
Power Co., John Wright, Louisa J.
Wright and W. F. Johnson; damages,
Fogg & Nugent, for plaintiff,
Delbert Campbell vs. Orangeville E.
& P. Co., John Wright, Louisa J.
R. R. Russell vs. J. F. Johnstone:
Wright and W. F. Johnson; damages,
P°"g & Nugent, for plaintiff.
The local Masonic Lodge initiated
five candidates in the Fellow Craft de
gree last Monday evening and follow
ing the initiatory ceremonies a supper
and social hour were enjoyed. A high
pleasing and instructive feature of
the evening was a talk on Masonry by
ex-Grand Master Byron Defcnbach,
who was a visitor from Lewiston.
Other visitors, including a goodly
delegation from the Vollmer Lodge,
were as follows: J. H. Harcourt, Ton
opah, Wash.; J. D. Roberts, Lewiston;
Zimmerman, Wm. Kirby, S. J. Lin
der, S. J. Bslinger, C. M. Bartlett, C.
Martin, C. A. Olson, L. P. Luseombe,
A. McLagan and T. W. Fischer, of |
Citizens to Work On Grade Tuesday.
Nezperce business men have agreed
turn out for a day and join a crew
from the Greencreek Highway District
I" 1 *- the Stevenson crossing grade
better condition for traffic.
Greencreek folks were, asked to name
the day, and they chose next Tuesday,
So, now it is up to every Nezpercer
who can buy, borrow, filch or owns a
shovel, pick or other implement of use
this work, to be in line on Main
street early Tuesday morning, prepared
climb into an automobile and go to
lent y of Ncz P erce P e P'
Stevenson crossing for a full day's
Yes, take a lunch along and
New Temple Management.
Mrs E. S. Peterson on Monday took
over the mangement of the Temple
Theatre in this city, succeeding O. A.
Bilodeau, who has very successfully
conducted this popular amusement
establishment through the past several
months. He, with his wife, goes to
Seattle to resume show work there.
Tho new mangement has already
well demonstrated that they are going
give Nezperce the best to be had in
picture show, not only in the line of
pictures, but in courteous service as
well; and the theatre will be at the dis
posai of the community for any en
tertainment desired on any but feature
Swartz, of north of town.
A daughter was born this fine first
May morning to Mr. and Mrs. Vern
THREE TO GRADUATE
FROM NEZPERCE HIGH
Florence Stoufer, Edith
Merwin Harding Class of '19.
—Commencement May 8th.
week for the Nezperce High School,
and the close for this gala and memor
able season in the community's school
life will come with tho graduation
ercises at (he Temple Theater on next
Thursday evening, May 8.
On Sunday the baccalaureate
mon for the graduating class will be
preached at the Brethren church by
Elder B. J. Fike, of this city, and spec
ial music and decorations arc to be
provided for the occasion.
are to take place at the Temple Theat
er on the evening of Thursday, May
8, when the class address, to be deliv
ered by one of the Idaho University
heads, will be richly embellished with
musical and literary features provided
by the graduates and the high schoo'
student body.. This program will open
promptly at 8:00 o'clock,
tho event has come to be one of the
crowning features of our oommu'nity
life, it is anticipated the capacity of
the theater will be taxed to the limit
on this as on previous like occasions.
So, come early.
Misses Florence Stoufer and F^dith
Mae Smith and Mr. Merwin C. Hard
ing make up the senior class this year
and while the personnel is considerably
abbreviated compared with former
sons—(a condition 1 largely contingent
upon the war—the old N. H. S. spirit is
finely sustained by this trio, and the
class motto, "Quality, not Quantity,''
WILL BOOST VICTORY LOAN AT
On Friday and Saturday nights of
this week special programs will be add
ed to the regular schedule at the Tem
ple Theater to boost the Victory Loan.
On Friday evening the public is of
fered the regular big picture bill, and
between the acts Rev. Claude Martin
and Attorney Chas. H. Nugent will
deliver short addresses on the
Loan, and a chorus of school children
will sing patriotic airs.
On Saturday evening, Attorney F.
W. Mitchell and Chairman H. G. A
dorson will give short talks on the
loan and Misses Dorothy
Elmn Cook will sing.
This time in
tho regular program
has been given for the cause of the
loan by the theater management, and
it. is hoped the community will take
the opportunity to get more enthusias
tically in touch with the loan drive
by turning out and hearing w-hat the
speakers have to say and enjoying
tho musical treats.
Just a little over a week remains for
Lewis county to meet its quota of the
Victory Loan. This quota is $175,000.
To date, the banks and other sources
sb ow a total subscription for the
ty of $65,000, meaning that there are
DRIVE HARD ON VICTORY LOAN.
raised by May 10;
for Lewis county has faithfully met
every war obligation since the first
Liberty Loan, and there is no other
thought than that she will meet this
Chairman Anderson reports that all
solicitors indicate satisfactory purchas
es from those they have found time to
solicit, but some have been short
time for covering their districts. Sub
scribers are urged, therefore,
await the solicitation
workers, but to apply as soon as pos
sible to their local hank for their quota.
This is a job in which all must help if
Lewis county is to maintain her fair
record, and no loyal citizen
sec her fail. Let 's put her over.
KAMIAH, 7; VOLLMER-ILO, 6.
The Kamiah and Vollmer-Ilo base
ball teams worked out a very interest
ing exhibition of the national game at.
Vollmer last Sunday afternoon, the
boys from the beautiful valley town
leading the score in the well-matched
contest—7 to 6.
Kamiah fandom was out in force to
boost their team
noted the following
through Nezperce; W. A. Dissmorc and
family, Guy Dissmore and family, Chas.
Rawson and family, Mr.
Hastings Brown, Wade Wilson, W. C.
Short, Guy McWilliams, Miss Beulah
McCartey, Misses McLeod, Earl Drake,
Dr. McLin, Wes., Robert and Lawrence
among whom we
There will be a special communica
tion of Hiram Lodge No. 36, A. F. &
A. M., on Friday
Work in the Master Mason degree. All
members are urged to be present. Br
order of W. M.
Leo. L. Robertson, Sec 'y.
"TOLD IN THE HILLS;"
BIO DAY AT KAMIAH.
Players-Lasky Film Corporation Start |
Making Big Outdoor Feature
Film at Kamlab Monday.
—Wednesday Big Day.
The Famous Players-Lasky motion I
picture corporation has
Kamiah valley for the making
"Told in the Hills," a feature film I
it is producing and in
quired the services of 150 Indians and |
50 cowboys. The Indians will bo
which is re
cured in the Kamiah section,
tuai work on this film will start next
Monday at the Kitchen ranch, three (
miles up Lawyer's canyon from Kam
iah and three days will bo required to |
finish at this point. On the last dav,
Wednesday, (which is promised to be I
the best of all for sight seers) Kamiah |
«till hold open house and entertai
her guests with a big barbecue and
other hospitable stunts.
After the scenery about Kamiah,
quired for the picture, has been
bausted, the filmmakers
will move I
down the Clearwater valley and make |
"sets" at various other points, where
it has been found all the
stuff for this big western picture is |
It is estimated about two I
months' time will be required to finish
COMMERCIAL CLUB REVIVED.
eon at the Nezperce Hotel last Mon- I
day at which some 30 of the live wires |
of the community were present.
John F. Gist
Nezperce now has a living, moving,
go-get-'em commercial club.
irgnnizntion was effected at a lunch
was chosen president and I
Dr .E. S. Peterson secretary of the I
club by the unanimous vote of the I
Several leading citizens made |
brief addresses on the public needs of
the community, and the
which these talks
were received and I
the unanimity of the good feeling per-1
vading the meeting indicated that I
these several needs would bo taken I
care of without undue delay.
Naturally, the road question was one
of the leading topics considered, and
for handling this phase of the club 's |
work a committee of three
pointed. They arc, G. C. Pennell, J. P.
Sorenson and C. W. Palmer.
mitten was instructed to acquire all I
data possible on the road situation ini
the community and report at next Mon-1
day 's meeting.
A committee was also appointed to I
work with the County Farm Bureau in I
bringing about the success of (he |
county fair that organization will hold
in Nezperce next fall. The members of I
this committee are, M. D. DeMoude, |
C. F. Thomas and D. W. Sunderlin.
Adjournment was taken promptly at I
one o'clock, and tho time of the next I
dining room; but later developments I
have made it desirable that Nezperce
turn out on that date and join a force I
meeting was set for 12:10 p. m. Tues
day, May 6, at the Nezperce Hotel
from tho Greencreek Highway district |
in doing needed work on the Steven
son crossing grade; so the next Com-I
mercial Club meeting has been called
for high noon Monday, May 5; when I
arrangements for road work on the fol
lowing day will be made, and such
other business taken care of as mav I
come up. Lunch will be spread for at |
least 50 at the hotel next Monday.
Christian Sunday School Notes.
The usual Sunday school service will
be held next Sunday. The attendance |
is keeping up well since the big drive.
All are invited to be present.
W. R. Emerson has been elected dele
gate for the school at the Inland Em
pire convention in Spokane.
The Young Peojdc's Class will have
picnic dinner at the Gorge next Sun
day, leaving nt 11:00 o'(flock. _
members and ex-members and friends
are invited to join us. All having cars
(bey will use for taking ont the crowd
please notify the class president or
The Red Cross Workers.
The following ladies w : ere on duty
at the Red Cross work rooms on the |
Mrs. Harry Mitchell, sup.
Mrs. Roy Thompson.
Mrs. P. W. Mitchell.
Mrs. A. A. Hunter.
Mrs. Bessie Hurlbert.
Mrs. L. L. Smith.
Mrs. A. A. Hunter, substitute sup.
Mrs. E. H. Ratliff.
Mis. Harry Mitchell.
Wm. Sullivan yesterday sold a new
Franklin ear to Ohas. R. Campbell,
landlord of (he Imperial Hotel nt
Orangeville; and on Saturday Mr. Sul
livan also closed a contract with Abel
Newton, of this vicinity, for a new
Studebaker touring car.
I JOE FARRAR WINS
Evidently, if Nezperce high school
had been abIe t0 provide the quantitV)
she would have taken first, honors at
the inter-school traek meet at Lewis
ton last Friday afternoon,
ed the quality, all right, in the small
representation she was able to muster.
Joe Farrar and Forest Covey were the
participants from Nezperce, and Far
rar took second place in • individual
points and chiseled out fourth place
for his school, with five schools in the
The Tribyne give the following
port of the meet:
A large crowd witnessed a fast track
and field meet on the high school field
lotos from Clarkston, Nezperce, Gone
see, Lapwai and Lewiston competed
for first, second and third places in
Records and events
were as follows:
50-yard dash—Boliou, Genesee, 1st
Farrar, Nezperce, 2nd; Stookey, Lewis
ton, 3rd. Time, 5.4 seconds.
Sherman, Clarkston, 2nd; Bloodsworth
Mile run—Delmont Smith, Lewiston
1st; Spencer Knight, Lewiston,
Time, 5 min.
High jump—Baker, Lewiston, 1st;
Cur s, Lew ston, 2nd; Johnson, Clarks
ton, 3rd. Height, 5 ft. 5 in.
leu v. rd dash—Farrar,
1st; Petrie, Clarkston,
Time, 11 sec.
220-yard low' hurdles—'Ganzans, Lew
>«ton, 1st; Boliou, Genesee, 2nd; West
fall, Clarkston, 3rd. Time, 28.3
Smith, Genesee, 2nd; Ganzans, Lewis
fon , -3rd. Distance, 128 feet,
440-yard dash—-Lloyd Harris,
'»ton, 1st; Casebolt, Genesee, 2nd; Mod
Time, 57 sec.
11er, Lewiston, 3rd,
2nd; Brandenburg, Genesee, 3rd. Time,
Broad jump—Curtis, Lewiston,
Boliou, Genesee, 2nd; Lorang, Genesee,
3rd. Distance, 1S.4 ft.
Half-mile run—Estes, Lewiston, 1st;
Clarkston, 2nd; Scholar,
Genesee, 3rd. Time, 2 min. 15 sec.
Discus—(Everett Wallace, Lewiston,
1st; Bloodsworth, Clarkston, 2nd; May
er, Clarkston, 3rd. Distance, 97.7 ft.
1st; Wrighter, Lewiston,
bolt, Genesee, 3rd. Time, 23.4 sec.
vault—Ganzans, Lewiston, 1st;
Chester Hinmftn, Lewiston, 2nd; Gray,
The relay was won for Lewiston by
Ganzans, Harris, and
Time, 1 min. 33 see.
Lewiston won first place with 7.1
points; Clarkston 2nd, with 27; Gen
eseo 3rd, with 23; Nezperce 4th, with
13; Lapwai, 5th.
Individual was won by Raymond
Ganzans, of Lewiston, with 16 points,
He won 1st in both the hurdles and
pole vault and 3rd in
William Curtis, of Lewiston, and Jo<
Farrar, of Nezperce, tied for 2nd place,
each with 13 points to his credit,
The officials were: Referee and
starter, Lester Robinson; clerk of the
court, Geo. G. Barrett; judges of the
finish, Supt. Paid Joh
Lapwai; judge of field events, V. L
nson and Supt.
timer, Coach James, of
The next general track meet will be
the interscholastic held by the Univer
sity of Idaho, at Moscow, on May 10.
pr hirxe HIGHWAY COMMISSION
commissioners of the Prairie
Highway District are now ready for
business along road construction lines
in tins section of the county. Their
commissions were received Tuesday and
fllll - V placed of record in the county
recorder's office. The three men who
are given this honor are, N. B. Schind
er, Math. Schmidlkofer and J. R. Dun
ham. They effected their organiza
tion by the election of Mr. Schinder as
chairman, Mr. Dunham as treasurer
and Attorney G. C. Pennell as seere
tary and attorney.
The'first Monday in each month has
been designated ns the regular meet
ing day, and the office of Attorney
Pennell in this city as the place of
meeting. No definite road-work pro
gram has yet been arranged, but the
members of the commission are busily
engaged in looking over the road situa
tion to ascertain the localities de
manding the most immediate atten
tion ns well as the nature of the gener
work needed, and when this bird's
eye view is taken, there is no doubt
but what they will bo showing good
results in due time on all the high
ways in the district.
ing of Prairie League officials at
Orangeville last Saturday. He reports
all now in readiness for the opening
the base ball season next Sunday.
Harland Moser attended the mcot
PRAIRIE LEAGUE OPEN
BASE BALL SUNDAY.
Vollmer-Ilo at Nezperce May 4.—Kam
iah and Cottonwood Join League.
The Prairie League base ball
opens Sunday, May 4, with tho Voll
mor-Ho team playing at Nezperce and
the other four teams lined up as in
dicated in tho season's schedule given
Tho Kamiah and Cottonwood nines
lust week joined with the four charter
of the league, they having been
only deterred from entering at the tinio
of organization through
standing of dates, and now with the
and Nezperce—in the lineup, this
tion is assured of a fine season of base
ball, always providing the weather man
up to the several com
munities to stand squarely behind the
boys at the bat, as it were, and this
there is every good reason to believe
they will do,
especially since there has
of the national
been such a dearth
game in the past four years,
ing games should have record crowds,
as this will start the season with
bang that will continue to gain
ume until tho put out is made at the
The admission charge at each game
will be 50 cents and this will include
the war tax.
provide that the gate receipts shall
go to the home team and the visiting
longue 's by-laws
team shall defray its own expenses.
Ferdinand at Gijangeville.
Ilo-Vollmer at Nezperce.
Cottonwood at Kamiah.
Kamiah at Cottonwood.
Nezperce at Ilo-Vollmer.
Orangeville nt Ferdinand.
Ferdinand at Kamiah.
Cottonwood nt Nezperce.
Ilo-Vollmer nt Orangeville.
Orangeville at Cottonwood.
Kamiah at Ilo-Vollmer.
Nezperce at Ferdinand.
Orangeville at Nezperce.
Ilo-Vollmer nt Kamiah.
Cottonwood at Ferdinand.
Nezperce at Orangeville.
Tlo-Vollrner nt. Cottonwood.
Kamiah at Ferdinand.
Kamiah at Orangeville.
Ferdinand at Nezperce.
Cottonwood nt Ilo-Vollmer.
Orangeville at. Kamiah.
Nezperce nt Cottonwood.
Ilo-Vollmer at Ferdinand.
Cottonwood nt Orangeville.
Kamiah at Nezperce.
Ferdinand at. Ilo-Vollmer.
Nezperce at Kamiah.
Ferdinand nt Cottonwood.
Orangeville at Ilo-Vollmer.
North Highway District Meet Satur
A meeting of the board of commis
sioners of the North Highway Dis
trict will Vie held at the Sunset school
house at 7:30, Saturday evening, May
3. It is desired that all citizens of the
district be represented nt this meeting
as business of importance is to come up
ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO
THE NEZPERCE ROLLER MILLS,
OB TO THE ESTATE OF L. W. ROB
INSON, DECEASED, ARE REQUEST
ED TO CALL AT THE OFFICE OF
C. H. NUGENT AND MAKE SETTLE
MENT OF ALL ACCOUNTS OUT
STANDING, AS THE SAME IS NEC
ESSARY IN ORDER TO CLOSE UP
THE AFFAIRS OF SAID ESTATE.
MARY C. ROBINSON, EXECUTRIX.
Miss Hazel Stellmon, 12-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Stellmon, of this city, sustained a
fracture of the larger bone in her low
er right arm, as a result of a fall
while at play at the J. O. Wright home
Monday evening. A group of children,
attendance at a musical recital given
by Miss Wright, were playing "black
man" on the lawn, and in crossing
rapidly from one side to the other, tho
victim of the accident bumped into a
playmate, tripped and fell heavily on
her right side. The injury was given
immediate medical attention and the
young lady is again at school and
about as usual, except that the wound
ed member is carried in a sling.
Mrs. Dixie Davis visited friends in
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