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 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 permit a special campaign-for the early 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 those 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

Clipped from The Coshocton Tribune09 Jan 1930, ThuPage 14

The Coshocton Tribune (Coshocton, Ohio)09 Jan 1930, ThuPage 14
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