Willis injured by mower
wardrobe copyrighted by the Rush-; ton Co. But what stopped me was a copyright application by the Robert H. Clark Co. This outfit dabbles in smelly stuff for the bath. It would dearly love to copyright a new suds in the bubble tub department and would like to call the concoction "The Aroma of the Old Frontier."' Little Cedar Man Injured by Mower LITTLE CEDAR—Willis Barenz, Little Cedar, is in Mitchell County Memorial Hospital, Osage, suffering from a severely lacerated-hand. 3e was mowing weeds with a ro- :ary mower when a string became entangled around a wheel. In trying to remove the string his hand was drawn into the mower causing injuries which required more than 100 stitches. "TORNADO" BOYD WICHITA, Kan. (UP) — David Lynn Boyd, born in a Wichita hos pital two weeks after his mother survived the death-dealing Udall storm, has been nicknamed "Tor nado" by family friends. RING TREASURE CARTHAGE, S. D. (UP)—Mrs R. M. Brown dug up a gold ring while working in her garden. The ring had been lost 25 years ago by a neighbor, the late Mrs. Pat Fin ley.