The Humboldt IndependentHumboldt, IowaTuesday, November 11, 1930 p5

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The Humboldt IndependentHumboldt, IowaTuesday, November 11, 1930 p5 - : NORTHWEST IOWA NEWS Howard Hirst, of Hampton...
: NORTHWEST IOWA NEWS Howard Hirst, of Hampton Is In the Lutheran hospital there re- j covering from severe cuts about i his face received when his Ford truck crashed Into the ditch near Hampton Thursday of last week. The stale fish and game depart- mont started seining operations at Wall Lake last week. Thousands of Sac county people have been there to se 0 the operations and get their share of the carp and buffalo buffalo which are being given away. Chris EstcrgjMird of Clear lake had his loft foot crushed last week when n barn under which ho and bis men were putting jack screws, lurched and caught his foot underneath. underneath. Wlllfnm Lloyd 17 year old Spon. cer youth, who escaped from a sentence sentence at Eldora training school In September, was found and taken to the school by officers of Spencer Spencer last week. Edprnr Wilson, 14 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wilson of Spencer Spencer was taken to tho Eldora training training school last week on a charge of incon-iglbillty. Vf, A, Connor of Hampton received received several flesh wounds from, charges of shot released by a careless careless Butler county duck hunter. None of the wounds were serious. The hunter ran away and was not Identified. From nil reports, tho Clay conn- ty citizens are in favor of tho vote for a county hospital. The cost of construction is much cheaper now than any other time tho hospital has been proposed. Louis Bnltin, former Spencer resident, Is in the Clay county Jail facing a charge of deserting his four children, for whom ho was to provide after his divorce decree was granted in Spencer a year ago. The ten room farm home of Jim Scollon, near Lohrville, was completely completely destroyed by fire Sunday morning. The flre started in the attic attic from a defective chimney. Tbe loss is covered by Insurance. ' Funeral services for Mrs, Grace Fern Peterson, 37, of Eagle Grove, were hold at Holmes Monday morning. morning. Mrs. Peterson was the widow of John S.,Peterson who died last month;- '"• "*"'" •••.••••••.-••i.-...^.*- s A Mane Friday morning, starting in tho pantry, probably caused by- mice nibbling matches, burned the residence on the J. A, Spies farm, of farmer, Public enter to served to shifted the the Mr. the and was The

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