Lawrences girlfriend 1926

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j Blames Love for ! Girl for Attempt ! to Plunder Bank i to I o u , can- of the p r i n c i p a l n o o n d a y the Logansport m e m b e r s were special e o n . c e p t i o n , o f gave w o r k i n g s t h a t the i r m l y o n t h e service." s u p port at t h e g e n e r a l h w i l l b e h e l d i n e n i n g Monday. m the Logansport i n g to a t t e n d Sep o d n i g h t , r a u d u l e n t when i t c o u r t and S. A. by u g r a n d a y to try the was sus- a n d P a u l l l represent r n e y R. C, i g h t . e r s , tir.e checks in t n e a r g t h e w i t n e s s e s James G r a y , o h n Shopo a n d years this .estimates 0 which Is d f r o m a defective start e lower f l o o r the volunteers b r i n g the A girl,- for love of w h o m he is said to have tried to rob tho Twelve Mile bank is the subject of an attempt at poetry by Lawrence Lawrence Bennett, 22, the y o u t h died in Pendleton prison reecntly where he was serving time for t h e robbery. They were engaged. t:o the story goes, and B e n n e t t a b l e to b u y her a ring. I to get money for this p u r p o s that h e visited T w e l v e M told f r i e n d s w h i l e a w in Cass j a i l . He w r o t e 1 poetry s h o r t l y a f t e r h i s i n and b e f o r e h e WHS to'.d h a d ' m a r r i e d a n o t h His death of a c o m p l i c a t a i l m e n t s a t P e n d l e to h a v e been due p a r t l b r o k e n heart o v e r t h e ate love a f f a i r . The girl was local resident but bar !--.vue was not disclosed by his f r i e n d ^ s u b m i t t e d tho poetry to Press. It was headed "Thoughts." "Why O why Bhonid I gc- bad W h e n I h a v e a mother d a d . But I also have a dear little f r i e n d Who w i l l stay by me 'til bitter end. the it H b by q The are h "As 1 sit in my c e l l Why O wh,' can't pray To the Good God who above To help me and strengthen in my Love. day by day I fervently sits up me "Bitter t h o u g h t s m i n d As I sit here and my time, Sweet memories have t h r u s t aside Now f r o m my fellow I abide. go thru my wait to get all been men must "Soon to the h i d d e n city must go There to s u f f e r for my Where behind those walls of 'gray Many, many years to pass away, "My h a i r soon grey, My footsteps Iho way, But my h e a r t shall ways bo right For the dear l i t t l f j of my sight, w i l l be tinged w i falter a n d always, al- girl now out Oh lioAV I'll w a i t a n d pray · * For tlie day th'ose iron w i l l open and sway Back to the arms of my t r . e I'll come, 'With' r.iy heart in t h o n i r my heart all a - h u m . "Then out to the golden west, Where we will f i n d rest, And let the h e a l i n g hand of Brush away these terrible nightmares of mine." the and f I

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  1. The Logansport Morning Press,
  2. 16 Feb 1926, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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