Hector Brundege

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COUNTY NEWS BOY KILLED WHILE COASTING tian NicholH of Walton Cnislics Inio Auto Drjicii by Wcxlcy Itriindugc of Ilock Royal, Who Wan on Home with Casket For HIM Young son. Way Own Delhi, Dec. 31. -- Ivan Nichols, the eight-year-old son of Mr. and Mr* Orton R. Nichols of Walton, wai Instantly killed by an automobile at about 3 o'clock Monday afternoon. The little fellow was riding on his sled down a hill on Prospect avenue when he ran directly into the Ford touring car driven by Wesley Brundage ot Rock Itoyal and occupied albo by Mis. Brundage. panning. Uai-ly in U J ho u n i t e Methodl.it church and had always been an a c t h o p a i t l i I p u n ( h c i o u l t h , Irivlng h"ld ofllces d u r i n g his llfp. Deceased was t w k o rninrlci], his I h u t w K I U , i l ) " t l i Odd], who dlod of yc-uis ;IK. and his second wife, Myrtle M K ' ( , w h o umiips han h h u w n hor d e \ o t l long Hindus. Ho also leaves a daughter, Isahdle, who is a teacher in Kidney High hciiool. The f u n e i a l l l lin held Thursday afternoon at 2.30 f i o i n his late home. County Court Matters. tH'fore Judge McN;iught on Monday, the ciiso of the People vs. VanWorm- M)RABtE the car was proceeding slowly, it PI' "« s li",ird. A motion was made to was stopped within its own length and Mr. and Mrs. Brundage at once alighted anil pulled the ch;ld from beneath the car. The child xvas tar- lied to a neighbor's house and Dr. Morrow of Walton summoned. On his arrival, the physician found that | ri'tnit f o r f e i t u r e of bail of the defend- which wis clone, with the exception of $50. Later, an order was entered dihrnishing the indictment .ojninst defendant, the complainants 'wonting. ' The following wills weie admitted the child had suffered a fractured i t° probate: Fannie P. Hasklns of Bkull and had died Instantly. Coroner Woods of Delhi was notified of the accident by telephone and Instructed Dr. Morrow to Tiold the Urundages. Although there were no witnesses to the accident, the coroner upon his arrival at the scene did not deem it necessary to hold ar. inqueat, and accepted the- straightforward account of the tragedy given by Mr. and Mra Brundage. a Franklin and Maria Ceas of Kortright. SIDNEY CENTER. Fi\o Iftcnl Organizations Elect Officers --Mcthoiligt Week of Prayer. Sitlnej Center, Dec. 31. -- The semiannual election of officers of Maywood lodge, No. 904, I. O. O. F., occurred last Thursday evening and resulted as follows- Noble grand, A. M. Kutenber; The accident is a particularly pa- vice sr rand - Howard Finch; recording theUc one. as at the time it occurred I secretary, William Bartz; financial Mr. Brundage was earning in his car I secretary, G. R. Youngs; treasurer, a casket for his own little boy, Hector, aged one and a half years, who passed away Sunday evening following a. long period of delicate health, lie had made the funeral arrangements with a Walton undertaker and was returning to his Rock Royal home when the tragedy took place. The funeral of Ivan Nichols was held at his home in Walton this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Tho Brundage child was buried this morning at 11 o'clock. . Underwood: trustee, H. W. Dewey. The remaining chairs will be filled by appointment and the officers will be installed at an early d-^te. Methodist Sunday School. The Methodic' Sunday school, in annual session last Sunday, elected the f o l l o w i n g officers for the year 1920: G. R. Youngs; assistant superintendent, Mrs. G. S. Simonson; secretary, Miss Lulu Rutenber; treasurer, Mrs. Walter Pomeroy; pianist, Mrs. A.- H. Landmesser: assistant pianist, Miss Audrey Wheat; superintendent another heavy United intention prices preclude other their of international in Old

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  1. The Oneonta Star,
  2. 01 Jan 1920, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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