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27 sheep slain by dogs on Marsh farm

• Aug 22, 2018 at 8:00 PM

Aug. 22, 1935

 

The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date in 1935:

 

27 sheep slain by dogs on Marsh farm

Twenty-seven sheep have been killed within the last night or two in a field on the Marsh farm just south of the Monroeville cemetery. The entire flock, with the exception of a ram and two lambs, was killed. Dan Hohler, Huron County Dog Warden, killed two dogs that are said to have killed the sheep. One was a Police-Shepherd and the other a Chow-Police, both owned near Standardsburg. A large amount of wool was found in the stomachs of both dogs.

 

World horseshoe champion at Willard tonight

WILLARD — Blair Nunamaker, world champion horseshoe pitcher of 1929-33, is scheduled to be at the Willard courts on Central Avenue this evening at 6:30 o’clock. 

These courts, constructed about 10 years ago by local shoe pitchers, were among the best in this section. They were closed for two years, but reopened this season, and a team organized which is a member of the Northern Ohio League.

 

Graduated from General Motors Institute

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cripps have returned from a visit with their son, Frederick Jr., at Flint, Mich. While there they attended the graduating exercises Aug. 20, of the General Motors Institute of Technology, of which Frederick was a graduate. After finishing a four year course of Co-Operative Engineering, he has accepted a very responsible position with the Fisher Body Flint Division.

Fred, who is one of our local boys, is a graduate with high honors from St. Paul’s Catholic School. The many good wishes of his home friends go with him in his new field of endeavor.

 

Erf Guernsey cow has good record

Katy’s Trixie of Chestnut Ridge, a Guernsey cow owned by William Erf, of near Monroeville, has recently completed her 10 record with an average of 9,452 pounds of milk and 476 pounds of butterfat annually. It is a long-time high production with a calf every year that makes her one of the most valuable members of the herd.

She is still working hard every day in spite of the fact that for a decade she gave more than two tons of butterfat.

Her high year (1930), she made 12,640 pounds of milk and 621 pounds of butterfat.

 

Coming Thursday — Aug. 23, 1983: Four candidates now in Norwalk school race

— Compiled by Andy Prutsok

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