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 - Boys Try to Rescue Them "Robert Anderson, "15...
Boys Try to Rescue Them "Robert Anderson, "15 years of agt, * of '211 "West Spring street, and* Howard Stewart, 16, 410 Weat« Sta\er street, were fishing near th*. dam when the accident occurred, and tried frantically to lend assistance to the struggling pair in th« water, extending fishing poles from bank, and trvinsr to secure aJd j for them from others la the parlf, i all tf) no avail c-tln er Callan after diving repeat- ''iiiv in an effoit to recover bodirs. was forced to give up thoie. I ta k at. the icy temperature of \sai|«ater was ^o numbing &a to cause tho swimmer to cease his efforts, The bodies were later recovered by Thfodoie Ounkel, custodian Kiapa p«u k, ami were taken to Walker Funeral Home-. 401 Main street. I 1 ! of Gone\a whose honif formeilv m Klooniins'on, had msuuctor in tha Stockton school* for the past two years, his w}f« a«di months old child also residing i ' r Miss Miller who had completed s>t i\ool comse in the Pearl City, •'t-lioo! previous to enrolling 4ft th* Stoi kton high iohool, tijada homo with her sister, Mrs. William Biadle> Tho tatahty which occurre4 ft, .ibout noon was witnessed by Mff t Kail i'' Suyiler from the home atop tho bluff opposite Alis. Snjiler was when she tighted (Continued

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 17 May 1927, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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