William Faulkner

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William Faulkner - Art Poundstone Killed In Auto Crash Arthur W....
Art Poundstone Killed In Auto Crash Arthur W. Poundstone, 54 years , ,a prominent dairyman and citi- to hear. his findings at the High school build -| Art Poundstone was a brother of ing tonight at 7:30. Those inter-' f j p wm f tw .,. and when e.ted in our schools, should come ou* R h he attended the yold Scaritt College in Neosho. William Faulkner, 2201 East Eleventh street, Joplin, a salesman for the Gorman Motor Company of Joplin, was the driver of the other Faulkner suffered a broken "KEMPY" IS BIG SUCCESS The- final performance of "Kempy" given by members of the Christian Endeavor of the First Christian church of this city, was given last car. right arm, between' the wrist and elbow, and a fracture and dislocation to his jaw. He was taken to Freeman hospital in Joplin ' by Steele's ambulance after being given emergency medical treatment here. Poundstone's skull was crushed on received practice were clearly shown excellence of the work done by the south and the highway way to Purcell. The collision at a point between the t . he .. ca !*L_ a . nd :* h .! ! E e ll n ; Frisco railroad tracks and the Car- tation was even more amusing and successful than it was the night before. Pa Bence, in the person of Charles Anderson, was a scream, and Ma Bence, played by Irma Dawson, was .more .over Pa's dispepsy than ever. erine Bence, who every day, are Hazel Mace, Vera Dawson and Flossie Mae Hastings, were true to life as daughters of modern times. Kempy, who really is Harry Simons, and Ben Wade whom we thage road. Poundstone was thrown clear of the machine, the impact crushing the side where he was sitting. He returning from on the scene a short time later. Born in Oronogo, Poundstone had resided his entire life in the Oronogo community. He was part owner mons, ana rsen vvaae wnom we: f modern farm romnn^pH nf 1 know as Herbert Hennic.k, excelled; $ 0 \™™^*^ O {W£*rtJ.-_ their previous performance. The di- county, eouinnprl with » rector, Mr. Leonard F. Frisbie, who.j • hii-n played the part of Duke Merrill, in- - u * uain> terpeted his part splendidly. equipped with a large - a d ^ a * farm - h - h he d broth wn _ !liam O. Poundstone, inherited from f _ v . , Specialties were given by the Toy ;thei f th nearly ffifty Symphony, Orchestra of the Field ( Theh . f at ^ e th , ( Theh . f ate th d _ school, which always delights an au-- st kin , h t fc dience, and. these litt e people rose. moto ^ car in j H . 1914K to the occasion unusually well. They' Poundstone . . t st d from the Hazel Mace and Winfred Cockrell also delighted their hearers with a duet, and Evelyn White pleased the audience with her violin solo. Members of the cast, the director, the orchestra and their directors and supervisors and those who presented the specialties are to be highly congratulated on the excellence of their work. Joplin defeated Miami in a non- conference basketball tilt last night, 31 to 4, in a spectacular contest. Marionville lost a double header to Peirce City, the boys 25 to 20, and the girls, 40 to 7. ,# * * Springfield last night downed Webb City in a basket ball game at | second machine struck him. Art Poundstone had taken an active part in the promotion of Jersey breeding in Jasper county, dealing extensively in cattle. He was a director of the Jasper County Jersey Cattle Club. ' Surviving are his wodovv, Mrs. Effie Poundstone; two daughters, Esther and Allie Poundstone, at home; two sons, Fred Poundstone, a student at the University of Missouri, and Arthur Poundstone, Jr., at home; his mother, Mrs. Anna Poundstone of Oronogo; brother, William 0. .Poundstone, with whom he "has associated in farming and in dairying, and a sister, Mrs. J. F. Wills of Neosho. Funeral plans are incomplete. LATER— Funeral services will be held at ten o'clock Monday morning, at the chapel of the Steel Undertaking i Company, Webb City, and burial will be made in Mount Hope. wa

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  1. The Neosho Daily News,
  2. 02 Feb 1929, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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