Dr Wolfe Obituary

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Dr Wolfe Obituary - The HURONITE tturf THE DAILY PLAINSMAN. Huron....
The HURONITE tturf THE DAILY PLAINSMAN. Huron. S. D. FRIDAY. JUNE 11. 1948, Alumni meeting the . . Benson, a law of J d to see auowea to see Couple Denies Slaying Charge WAHPETON, N. D., June 11. (UP)--Continuing to deny his guilt, August Pusch Thursday announced announced that he had hired the local law firm of Johnson and Milloy to defend him on char"es of murdering his wife last September. September. Pusch and his paramour, Mrs. Lydia Witt, are charged with poisoning poisoning Mrs. Pusch. Pusch, held in county jail here, said he also had conferred with several Wadena, Minn., attorneys about the case. He was allowed his first visitors since his return from Arizona to face the murder charge yesterday when Mr. and Mrs. -Thomas Wade, Boone, la., was! Mrs - Puscn - However, she ad- milted that she had bought poison poison and given it to Pusch. Mrs. Witt readily admitted having having illicit relatonships with Pusch for three years before the death of Mrs. Pusch. Wessington Man Sees Sister First Time In 22 Years WESSINGTON, June 11 -- After After 22 years of separation a Wessington Wessington man and his sister have met. It was 22 years ago that Vernon Vernon Hedge and his sister, Gladys Mae, aged three and one respectively, respectively, were separated. Since then they had not seen each other until Gladys Mae, now Mrs/ Robert Robert Smith of Hill City came to Wessington to visit her brother. Vernon Hedge grew up at Tyler, Tyler, Minn., but for the past five years he and his wife have lived on the Joe Ruddy farm west of here. Mrs. Swift grew up in the Black Hills region. A year ago when her husband was returning from the army, he stopped at Tyler Tyler to inquire about his wife's relatives. He met her father, Earl Hedge. Later she wrote her brother brother and they planned to meet. Two weeks ago Mrs. Swift, her four-year-old daughter and two- year-old son came to Wessington. Thsy and Mr. and Mrs. Hedge and three children went to Tyler to visit at the Earl Hedge home. Mrs. Swift and children have returned to their home in Hill City and the family will return here-this fall when a family reunion reunion will be held at Tyler honoring honoring the golden wedding anniversary anniversary "of the paternal grandparents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hedge. BURY FIRE VICTIM NEW EFFINGTON, June 11. P)--Funeral services have been held here for Dr. William S. LOANS Automobiles, Trucks, Tractors, Household Appliances Personal Loans B, A. KISER Finance Co. Over W.estern Union Phone 4525 Wolfe, New Effington, who was burned to death recently when his office and sleeping quarters caught fire in an early morning blaze. Dr. Wolfe's body was found a few feet from the door, badly burned. Cause of the fire was not known. He had practiced practiced here 20 years. A Portrait Made al Our Studio u Your Assurance of Satisfaction Flolo Studios

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  1. The Daily Plainsman,
  2. 11 Jun 1948, Fri,
  3. Page 10

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