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July 13, 1961     Times
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July 13, 1961

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S McGUIRE FARM HOME near Heman, between Latham and War- h,,hg was comDletel wrecked. Mr. McGuire was the only person serious- v Injured, Times.Ne y Photo. ^.'ItLENBUSH FARM HOME, southwest of Mount Pulaski, was badly c 'au and trees torn asunder. Times-News Photo. SERVICE STATION and Colonial Diner looked like a river bottom heavy rain which accompanied tornado. Times-News Photo. FARM HOME and all outbuildings, southwest of Latham, were Tlmes-News Photo. ROOF OF NEW BARN at William McGee farm south of Mount Pulaski, was blown off Times-News Photo. PAUL McCURBIN HOME, south of town, was so badly damaged it was torn down. --Times-News Photo. DEMOLISHED HOME AND FARM BUILDINGS of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sandle- ben, south of Narita. Times-News Photo. THIS WAS AN AUTOMOBILE before the storm hit it, with Ed Culp of Latham driving between Warrensburg and Latham when the tornado took his car several hundred feet into a corn field, lifting it over a fence and rolling it up like a ball. Ed miraculously escaped serious injury when he was thrown from the car. --Times.News Photo. I