On this day in 1917: June 22

The Fort Dodge Messenger
June 22, 1917
Two Divorces are Requested
Mrs. Denning Asks Custody of Children
Rehder Asks Injunction
Mrs. Mary Denning is asking an absolute divorce and custody of two children, in a petition filed in district court today. She alleges that her husband, Eugene Denning, has threatened to adopt her children away from her and she asks that he be restrained from bothering them now and after a divorce is procured.
Agnes Carter in a petition filed today, asks that she be granted a divorce from her husband, Oran Carter.
Edward Rehder asks an injunction against J.W. Smith, restraining him from canceling a lease for the Smith garage building, on First avenue north.

On this day in 1917: June 21

The Lehigh Valley Argus
June 21, 1917
Find Body of Drowned Boy
Ben Black and John Pray found the body of Delbert Haire, who was drowned in the Des Moines river at Fort Dodge, the body floating down the river to the J.B. Black farm north of town. Ben Black and John Pray had been searching for the body by the use of the motor boat for three days, when they were as last successful, finding the body lodged against some willows near the Black farm Thursday noon.

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