Ernst Rosen Fatally Injured 15JUN1934
H. C. PADDOCK A SONS. Publisher! Arlington Heights. llllnoU PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR Miss, ' pat-' as 1 j guest Two Die In Lake Street Crash Tuesday Morning Parents Are Invited To Enjoy Program Tonight Did you ever hear of a Guppyi? A Guppyi is a fish, a rather peculiar lish which carries on its family life in a fish bowl, and is becoming quite a popular type of fish for Palatine aquariums. In fact a set of Guppyi quadruplets was born in Palatine last week at Perry's barber shop. That is one of the peculiar things about Guppyis, their young are born alive, while many other fish lay eggs. Only three of the quadruplets are alive however, because their mother ate the other before she could be gotten away from her children. That's another Guppyi characteristic, the mother's using their young for a lunch and thus presenting one of the greatest problems of Guppyi family life. It is an .especially difficult problem for the Guppyi fancier when o _ _ | you realize that a full-grown Gup- in making the" event impressive. ! pyi is scarcely an inch long. They After giving proof that their Bi- I are sometimes also called peacock ' ' ' Luther's small I fish because of two black dots The Commencement exercises of the Itabca Lutheran school will be neld tonight (Friday) at 8 p. m. in school. Six pupils will receive diplomas: of Clara Tegtmeier, Margaret Wede, Eleanora, Wendt, Gilbert Brecken- ded- felder, Ervin Kastning, Raymond Mensching. river Ruymoi.d Mensching will give salutatory remarks, and Clara Tegtmeier merited to be the vale- ! dtctorian. The class selected as their motto the beautiful words: "Be Faithful." Blue and gold were chosen as tehir class'colors, of | All grades join the graduates short time. SIX GRADUATE AT LUTHERAN SCHOOUTASCA A Fish Story-' About Quppyis; and Quadruplets been memorized of enter- ble passages and catechism h u \ e and explained, an hour It tainment will follow. cit- j Four short playlets will be pre- Hunted. . Aunt Jane, a pupil 50 school. Little of ] o t will entertain Tom while was Maude "gets ready." Even a cat saddle are stolen, but returned by t the satisfaction of all. are May the school, as iu previous years, enjoy the presence of many and thus re- made j 0 i ce the hearts of the pupils, Advo- r u s you see, there will be Happiness for you and me. ~- rive | lirl _ ,. in- robbery \ All in fun, just begun It will harm you none. May we please you everyone, Va and ma, daughter and son. Welcome all! Welcome all! Welcome one and all. ... f, Ontarioville Schools Win Honors In County Choral Meet Second and third "places in the Cook County choral contest, held at Century of Progress Thursday went to schools from division 2 un- I Uer the direction of Paul Sheehan. Wheeling Center school district loan 23, won second place and the Ontar- ;=i; xH* US-UK ^ wÂ», Â«' 'Â« "P,S r lh Â« re .Â«;.,t , t sions competed the fair. First prize was $25, second 515, and third $10. The other three schools also received $5 each. along their almost transparent bodies. Tho female is olive-green and breeds every month or so. The fish are natives of tropical waters, but thrive in captivity, and the little fellows are valued at oO cents each. Hail, Wind Fells Trees Hits Crops Many gardens ' in the southern part of Arlington Heights were practically wiped out Monday evening by hail and wind. Frank Keiser, residing on South Vail street, sustained the severest loss. He specializes in dahlias and small fruits, nearly all of which were cut off. At the time of the recent frost, he lost heavily ami Monday night's storm destroyed his crop for the 2nd time this year. He has set out his third lot of tomatoes; currants and grapes are stripped; Ernest Rosen, Itasca, One Of Victims Fatally Hurt FUNERAL SUND'Y Ernest Rosen, 65 year o'.d Itasca rr.an, died at the Elmhurst hospital at 7:15 Thursday morning Irom injuries received in an automobile accident on Luke street Tuesday morning. Marvin Cordt, 41 years old, of Elmhurst, the second victim of the crash died at the scene of the accident Tuesday. A. Sv.-anson, 33 yrs and Miss E. Tobey, 25 years, both employees at the Nordic country club, are confined in the Elmhurst hospital Their injuries, however, are not serious. Rosen and Cordt were struck at 10:45 Tuesday morning by the au- toniobile containing Swanson and Miss Tobey while they were mowing grass with a team along the state highway, just west of Addison. Cordt who was driving the team from the seat, was instantly killed. Prank E. Pratt and Augie Olson, state highway patrolman, first on the scene found Mr. Rosen critically injured and rushed him. to the Elmhurst hospital, but he never regained consciousness. His body, arms and legs were banly bruised and X-ray examination revealed a shattered collarbone, several broken ribs and other internal injuries. Dr. G. F. Schroeder who was in attendance at the hospital late Wednesday night talked to Mr. Hosen who was conscious of his presence, but w:is unable to speak. Funeral services will be held at 10:80 o'clock Sunday morning from the Lutheran church, Itasca. The inquest, delayed by county coroner, Dr. Paul Ishervood, pending the outcome of Mr. Rosen's injuries, was held at three o'clock Thursday -af ternooni Efforts were feeing made Wednesday to find witnesses to the accident. It is believed that the mower was part way on the pave- naent when it was struck from behind by the automobile.. A red flag was attached to the mower as is customary when such highway work is in progress. Mr. Rosen is believed to have been walking directly behind the sickle. The right wheel of the mower and the left front wheel of the ca/ are re- beans and peas and other plants j ported damaged. destroyed. Two blocks further ' Swanson states that he was tak- south the hail riddled the window screens and broke pains of glass at the residence of Frank Hinski. Hitting the village of Mt. Prospect with the force of a young tornado, a deluge of hailstones and rain driven by a high wind caused considerable damage to property ing- Miss Tobey to Elmhurst to catch a train. Immediately after the accident, Patrolman Pratt obtained a warrant for Swanson and turned it over to the county authorities.