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 - if were oc- curred Monday when two-year-old Sue...
if were oc- curred Monday when two-year-old Sue Ellen Spotts. daughter of Mr and Mrs. D. M. Spotts, 853 East State street, unhooked the .screen in a second-story window and fell 12 feet to the ground. She was rusiied to the hospital by her parents, where she was treated by Dr. Harold Norris. After an X-ray to determine the extent* ot her injuries, the voungster was relea.M'd to her home. William Cunnin^iham. 430 Ebey street, an employee at the municipal power and light plant, was treated at Our Saviour's Mondar for cuts sustained when he lost control of a power lawn power. Cunningham was operating the mower on the lawn of the light plant. He incurred cuts on his right ankle. After treatment by Dr. Reginald Norris, Cunningham was released. Miss Norma Jean Lacey. 916 Hackett, was the next emergency victim to receive treatment at the hospital. She accidentally stepped on a nail, which entered her left toot. The injury was treated by Dr. Reg- uiald Norris and the patient was released. At 9:35 p.m. Monday, John Bourn, Route 5, Jacksonville, was brought to Our Saviour’s by his mother, Mrs. Henry Bourn, w’here he was treated by Dr. Thomas L. Wilson, Murrayville, for punctures in the heel ot his left foot. The wound was inr-ur- red when young Bourn was high jumping. His foot came down on a rake hidden under .some leaves. Bourn was relea.sed after treatment Social ¿vmtò Two Members Present Toattniistres.«} Program Bernadine Bush was Toastmistress Monday night at the regular meeting of the Jacksonville Toa.--Lin is tress club held at the Dunlap Legion Waverly. Neil cub a lers. will lure by

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  1. The Jacksonville Daily Journal,
  2. 30 Apr 1952, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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