From Our Files
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January 13, 2022
• Jan. 16, 1947
A cow belonging to Fred Fairchild, of Moneta, was instantly killed when struck by a car driven by Dwight Lorenzen, also of Moneta. Fairchild was driving several cows along the county road when the Lorenzen car struck the animal.
Writing under the penname of Jon Winston, J.W. Harold, superintendent of the Hartley Public Schools, wrote a book entitled “Ripples from These Trouble Waters.” The first printing sold out in three months. It dealt with the trials and troubles of a public school teacher.
Mrs. Emma Ridinger, a former Hartley resident, was a member of a corporatio...