THURSDAY, MAY- 25
f Raymond Conrad Elosae^.. lit-1 tie three-year-old son of Mr. ami Mrs. Carl Blossey, was drowned Saturday afternoon in S u g a r 'Creek. He had apparently start¬ ed to seek his father who was working1 acrosg the creek and in some manner not known fell in. He was missed about four o'clock ?and search made. His little hat on the bank suggested the sad end and helped to locate his. body which was found in a deep hole east of the bridge.
Once before he had fallen off the bridge but was seen in time, to be saved. At another time he' fell into the watering tank and was seen by his mother in time for her to save his life.
He leaves to mourn his untime¬ ly departure two grief-stricken parents, a brother Erich, two: sisters, Alma and Ruth, besides numerous other relatives. The funeral was held Tuesday noon at the German M. E. chJH with Rev. Jauch officiating family have the sympathv or' entire community in their sor¬ rowful experience.
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