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In Years Past

May 4, 2014
Post-Journal

In 1914, four men were hurt, two of them seriously, when a big six-cylinder car in which they were out looking for farms for sale, skidded over a high embankment. The accident occurred about 2 miles south of Sherman on the North Clymer road. The injured were George McKerrow of Pewankee, Wisconsin, George Hewes, A.J. McGinnies and John Cornell, all of Mayville. The last three named were members of the Mayville Realty Company and they had been to Sherman to get Mr. McKerrow, who was here looking for a farm for his son, to look at some property at Clymer. The car was a Mitchell 6 and did not have chains on the rear wheels. It skidded and turned turtle over a high embankment.

 
 

 

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