Hanover Happenings Nov 1937

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Hanover Happenings Nov 1937 - N. KIRKE*. OF HANOVER, IS VICTIM OF UNUSUAL...
N. KIRKE*. OF HANOVER, IS VICTIM OF UNUSUAL ACCIDENT Hanover, 111., Nov. 18.— E. N. Kirkey i« recovering satisfactorily rom a peculiar -accident which he suffered early this week at his home on Monrooe street. Tripping over a rtig he fell forward through a window window and cut himself severely abcut ,he head and neck, when the glass broke from the force of his fan. Late reports are that he is resting as well as can be expected. Catches Mand In Corn Shredder Floyd Gamble, a well known, young farmer of Derlnda township, suffered a painful injury a few days ago when he caught his right htuid n the gears of a corn shredder while assisting with the shredding on the Clarence Eastman farm south of this city. He was ruahcd to the office of a local physician where he was given treatment but t will be some time before he will have the use of the membsr agan, Sixteen neighbors held a husking bee for him following the accident, to assist him in getting his corn Harvested. Farm Hand Breaks LOR Ray Ross- sustained a compound fracture of the bones in his right leg when he fell from the loft of a barn on the Frank Campbell form a mile west of Hanover a few days ago. Mr. Ross, who is employed by Oscar Fahrlg, was working in the loft of the barn when a board broke and he fell to a manger in the barn below. He has been taken to the Hlnes hospital at Hlnes for treatment treatment where the injury was found to have been a severe one. Dentist Arrives In Hanover Dr. T. R. Ferguson, of Chicago, who recently purchased the dental office and equipment of the late Dr. A. R. Speer, has arrived In Hanover Hanover to take charge of the local office. Dr. Ferguson, whose former home was in Joliet, has been prac- tlclng'ln Chicago since his graduation graduation >f rom the Chicago dental college. college. Booster Tour for "Open House" A motorcade of Hanover boosters, accompanied by the local brass band, made a booster trip to adjoining adjoining towns Thursday in the Interests Interests of the "open house" at the Hanover Woolen mill next Saturday. Saturday. The boosters left the mill building here shortly 1 After noon "with the expectation of visiting Savanna, Mt. Carroll, Stockton, Elizabeth and possibly Galena. of of of

Clipped from Freeport Journal-Standard18 Nov 1937, ThuPage 4

Freeport Journal-Standard (Freeport, Illinois)18 Nov 1937, ThuPage 4
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