Willard Baker

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Willard Baker - eastward," the commission stated. "The driver...
eastward," the commission stated. "The driver states that tha boy informed him that the truck v.-as i 'all right' and, thereupon, he pro- j ceeded and the bus wns immedi- j titely struck with the disastrous results known to you. Wlllard Biker, the boy riding with the driver, one of those killed." The Heart Misadventures a Hrave W i f e Mud-.- Into the Mastt-r 1'AI.K.IS-; OF T H E Seal Drive Continued from PUKC On.; shc.cion Co. Public Health association remains the same, to continue public health nursing in Coshocton CO. It is hoped that, aside from this service the ."··ales this year will permit a special campaign-for the diagnosis of tuberculosis, sometime early this spring. . If the tmreported townships have Also M:u-k Scnnctl , All Talking \ COMEDY ! --NEWS KEI;L-- B A K G A 1 X D A I L Y I to 'i p. ALL SEATS been as .successful as those having ron HOUR | reported, this service is assured for 1930. Coshocton's quota u of $1,1200 is almost realized. The check-up showed a deficit of only : $100. which, it is believed, will be met by the time all persons on the city's mailing list arc hoard from, j These activities ,arc entirely con- lOc :ATRE -.\K\VCOMERSTO\VN- Wed. - Thurs. THE SAP 3 With Edward Everett Horton, Patsy Kuth Miller and Kdn:i Murphy Also--Talking Comc-dy and Review tingcnt on the annual sale of Christmas seals. , Sycamore school was one of buying the allotted number of seals vn the recent/'.sale. The school's enrolment is i07 instead of 210 stated in Tuesday's Issue of the Tribune. BIRTH NOTES Full Responsibility Conv.mieri irom t-'asr One over t h e center of i.hc street which ·",·?* jlinjniivilr.fi at, the time of tnr The first twins of the new year, pro, a boy and girl, were born to Mr. "t I i -* .slowed down a n d . possibly, stopped j Mrs. Roy Sheldon of Nellie an before reaching the railroad trac'. t h e driver looking in one dircct'.on The mother and babes arc doing ! nicely, it was reported. and relying upon t h e information A daughter wa.s born yesterday of Willard Baker, a young boy, as i Mr. and Mrs, Robert. ForU-r accident; h a t , i h c driver of the li:;s, 10 Hie condition of the track to Ihccoe. N£ W SPAFERfl fi C H1V E S

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  1. The Coshocton Tribune,
  2. 09 Jan 1930, Thu,
  3. Page 14

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