1946: Lightning strike kills May City chickens
February 4, 2021
• Feb. 7, 1946
Adolph Gosch received a painful injury when a horse kicked him, tearing the ligaments in the right knee. He was in a stall putting the harness on a team of mules when the horse in the next stall kicked him.
Lawrence Clark, the light plant superintendent, was informed that the state was willing to send a geologist to Hartley to help in determining desirable locations for test holes for a new water supply.
The paper drive conducted by the Boy Scouts was the best they ever had. It was estimated that over four tons of paper was collected. Proceeds from the sale of the paper wen...