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The Baptist Church of North Thurman is to lose its pastor Jan. 1, 1912 as the Rev. Edwin H. Hovey has accepted a call from the church at Hagadorn Mills. Good luck to him while he is there! (Note: Rev. Hovey married Mary Hadden, the widow of Miles Frost of Thurman and moved to Hagadorn Mills with her and her two orphaned granddaughters, never to be heard from again.)

Fred Reynolds of North Thurman, while skidding wood Dec. 8, 1911, was hit by a pole just above the small of his back and has since been so lame and sore that he could hardly get around. He is improving very slowly.

Fred Barlow of Riverbank, who cut his foot some time ago, now can limp around independent of crutches. Frank Smith’s ankle, which was badly jammed while he was skidding logs several days ago, has been very painful.

C.W. Smith of Landon Hill, Chestertown, butchered a beef which weighed 626 pounds. D.B. Jenks butchered a yearling beef which dressed off with 400 pounds of fresh meat.

Almina Mattison, 51, wife of Alfred Ward, died Dec. 1, 1911 at her home in Thurman.

Stella Cameron, little daughter of John D. Cameron of Athol is dangerously ill with tuberculosis measles.

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