Mom's puppy peggy
to-1 Germain- Germain- i fage '-'i. '-'i. '-'i. inrnj Itanuln-i Itanuln-i .MIO it; ! ano-1 ano-1 appar-rntlv and! id I th Just One Day In the Life Of a Hunter Kv Donald (irant. Whoever .started this idea of onlerniR your winter's supply supply of coal in June is no friend n,iljof IVRRV. Cci-niau Peggy is a little brown and white dog fo terrier enough to catch rats; smart enough to miss the wheels of passing automobiles for the two years of her life. Sniffing for Kills. Shortly after noon Friday Peggy, Peggy, thinking about rals. was sniffing sniffing around in the empty coal bin at the Halph I'ugh home, 2012 Twenty-seventh Twenty-seventh Twenty-seventh st Hy 1 p. m, ahe had sniffed her way to the far corner of the Inn w hen something happened. Might Ions of egg-nl.ed egg-nl.ed egg-nl.ed coal began pouring Into the, Pugh coal bin , , , It was fi 30 p m . w hen Pugh ami his brother-in-law, brother-in-law, brother-in-law, brother-in-law, brother-in-law, Georg O'Neal, went to the basement to inspect the neu ly-dehvered ly-dehvered ly-dehvered coal. the . . i . it rutin. Lithua- rvv.. !-,,.., !-,,.., !-,,.., i o r,ui a n,m,i liaiono-l liaiono-l 1 K fl rung to come from under n j 1 lir I"p Then Pugh listene,- listene,- and i'1" ,"'"r'1 I I'":h 'nXM upstairs to his rhll- rhll- pound-: ,rP"' """"' ,r,; Kl"'1- Kl"'1- 01 RnfJ PBts-v-ing PBts-v-ing PBts-v-ing PBts-v-ing mnowi.-z.e ' ' 'a.l they seen Peggy ? ! Th' hi,l"'- hi,l"'- Neither could ihe;p"Rh's u'r" fln'1 llf,r- llf,r- A"'l his mother. Mrs. Sara l-irgh. l-irgh. l-irgh. 80. hadn't yr"n lvKR.V. ''itller. With shovels, with their fists, down on their Knees, Pugh and bis brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law began to dig-- dig-- nt the coal pile, The groan grew louder. Meanwhile the ehililren upstairs th- realized what had happened. They ! began to cry The grandmother tried to eorn- eorn- m ! f '.i t them hut she, too, la-gan la-gan la-gan t Po-iory. Po-iory. of a in "rxeep- Louder Whimper. And Peggy, down there under the (on I for more than five hours, set up the best whimper she could manage a whimper thnt grew louder as the pile of coal on top nt Peggy diminished. When they dug Peggy out thaw-hole thaw-hole thaw-hole thaw-hole family rushed her to th Parker Pet hospital, only twjr doors away. Dirty and Itrulsed. Iioking pa.d three kids with teat streaked faces, the veterinarian veterinarian saw the coal-blackened coal-blackened coal-blackened little dog. Peggy was little bruised-iiirharrnerf. bruised-iiirharrnerf. bruised-iiirharrnerf. flirty, -hut -hut tired, it otherwise the Pugh family hear any more-i more-i more-i your coal early on account of the national defensa sit uat ion, Friday night didn't want to about putting I 1 ; AO- AO- YIP- YIP- iH II r i Peggy. Whinififr (in u- u- Loudrr.