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The 1925 Graphic

Compiled and Edited by Virginia Ross

Stronghurst Graphic: June 18, 1925

HE PLED GUILTY: Enos Hardy, the young man who with his brother Daniel was arrested last winter on the charge of raising the amount on a check given him by Clarence Combines of this vicinity, pled guilty to the charge in County Court and was sentenced by Judge Gordon with a term of 11 months at the state farm at Vandalia, Ill. The boys had previously entered a plea of not guilty and nearly the entire time of the court was consumed in the selection of a jury to try the case. Enos retracted his plea of 'not guilty' and by his confession of guilt absolved his brother Daniel who was released from custody by the court. The boys have already spent about 4 months in the county jail and Judge Gordon announced that this time would be deducted from the 11-month sentence imposed upon Enos Hardy.

CAUGHT IN CYCLONE: Mrs. Inez Dot sends the following letter telling of a rather terrifying experience which she and the Arthur Steffey family passed through while driving from Norwood, Minnesota to Ames, Iowa. 'On our way down from Norwood to Minneapolis we had an experience which none of us would care to repeat; we were caught in the storm cyclone or tornado which destroyed Hopkins, Minnesota. (By either name, it's a terror.) Hopkins is 18 miles from Minneapolis and we were about 3 miles from Hopkins when the storm burst in all its furry. We think we owe our lives to the fact that we were going up a hill which had been cut down leaving high bans on either side. We pulled the car in as close to the bank on the side from which the storm was coming and the bank was still about 2 or 3 feet higher than the car and having closed the windows in the car, all we could do was to sit and wait for the end-whatever that might be. With big trees crashing all around us, it looked pretty bad for us, but you'll have to be in one to understand the situation and I hope you don't.

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While in Norwood we had the pleasure of having a visit from Ebert Dunsworth and family who live in Minneapolis. Ebert is manager of a chain of grocer stores. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Bud' Dunsworth, residents of Stronghurst some years ago. He reports his parents now live at Phoenix, Arizona. Also, we had a visit from Mr. A. Berry Campbell (a former LaHarpe boy) who married one of the Stronghurst girls, Alma Butler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Butler, a dealer in harness in 'Ye Old Towne.' Mr. Campbell and family now live in New York City where he is in the electrical business. He tells us that Mrs. Butler and Bertha are now in California with Mrs. B's brother.'

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OBITUARY: FRANK COOK-Word was received of the death at Fresno, Calif. of Frank Cook, son of Mrs. Adam Cook and brother of Mrs. R.L. Begley and Mrs. Wesley Trimmer of this place. The deceased was born and reared near Hopper. After taking a business course at Quincy, Ill., he went to California where he became a prominent attorney and real estate promoter. He is said to have prospered financially and was the owner of a fine home in the city of Fresno. He is survived by his wife and the relative mentioned above. Particular circumstances of his death have not been received.

RETIRING FROM THE HOTEL BUSINES: (The following is a list of sale items from her hotel and gives an idea of what items were necessary to conduct such a business in 1925.) On Saturday afternoon, June 27th at 2 o'clock, I will offer at public sale on the premises three doors north of the post office in Stronghurst(at this time the post off was across Main Street on the west side of Broadway) my entire stock of hotel furnishings and equipment consisting of six iron beds with springs and mattresses, complete wash stand; dressers and mirrors; four good dining tables; two dozen dining chairs; four rockers; good Oak Heating stove; several small work tables; a good ice box; side boards; ironing board; sewing machine; clock; marble slab for pastry; writing desk and counter; several squares of linoleum; lots dishes and table ware; cooking utensils and numerous other articles-Mrs. Lillie Mahnesmith

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KILLED IN A LANDSLIDE: A distressing accident resulting in the death of Eldon Wingfield, the nine-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wingfield who live on a farm near Carman, occurred last Monday on what is known as the James Parr farm in the same vicinity. The following account is taken from the Dallas City Review of June 16th. 'It seems that Eldon and two brothers were playing at the bottom of a ravine, the sides of which had been loosened by the heavy rains of Sunday and Monday night, little dreaming they were in danger until the dirt began to slide and another brother was caught in it to his knees. Eldon is said to have aided him to get loose and he ran out just as a second slide occurred which caught Eldon and buried him out of sight. The other lads gave the alarm as soon as they could get to a neighbor and the country was alarmed. Soon 30 or 40 men were hard at work, but it took about almost two hours in to dig out the little fellow and when found, life was extinct. It was a horrible death and an awful shock to the parents and relatives.'

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HENDERSON COUNTY STILL LEADS: In a closely contested game played at Lincoln Park in Galesburg last Saturday afternoon, the Henderson County Farm Bureau baseball team maintained its thousand per cent standing by defeating the Knox county boys 3 to1. This gives the Henderson County team three games won and none lost. Pence, pitching for Henderson, was in fine form as he struck out 16 men, yielding but two hits, one of which was decidedly scratch and gave three bases on balls…

NEW PASTOR IN TOWN: Lester R. Gerber, who has accepted a call from the Christian Church in Stronghurst arrived last Saturday. He has secured rooms of the C. E. Fort home where he will have his place of residence for a while. Mr. Gerber's former home was at Fisher, Illinois. He graduated in June from Eureka College having completed the regular course there. He comes highly recommended by the state secretary of the Christian Church, H. H. Peters of Bloomington. His first sermon will be given next Sunday morning June 21st.