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July 5, 1951     Times
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WORKSHOP at Charles Tracy farm. CIARLES TRACY home had roof carried away and uninha bitable. BOILDINGLES$ MACHINE SHED at Charles Tracy farm. Bank barn at rear was only outbuilding left standing. BARN at Stuart Tracy's that went down. Some valuable cattle are thought to be under this debris. REMAINS of 14 hog houses on the Tracy Bros. farms. HALF of Stuart Tracy's granary left standing--the otl went visiting to Henry Peddicord's next door. BARN at Henry Peddicord farm just east of Tracy's weathered the storm bu lost a lot of its shingles. The house was also damaged. HENRY PEDDICORD machine shed northwest of Cornland ing in background is part of Tracy corn crib--it was on the machine shed. 7AICE ERLENBUSH farm home southwest of Mount Pulaski lost outbuildings and home damaged. ONE OF SCORES of such loads of debris picked up by 100 volunteer workers. Friday and Saturday, at the