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Sister of Windsorite Lost All When Back Cashier Absconded
Windsor, Oct. 10 – The capture of Ernest J. Wagner, cashier of a bank at Adrian, Mo., in Denver on Monday, was of interest to Mrs. Millie Blevins of Windsor as her sister, Mrs. Susie Cowley of Adrian was one of the depositors of the bank who lost heavily.  Mrs. Cowley, who is almost a total cripple from rheumatism sold her farm after the death of her husband about a year ago [?] all she possessed in the world [?] bank.
Mrs. Cowley visited in Windsor [?] years ago this fall and is [remembered ?] by many friends here.
The cashier is alleged to have embezzled several thousand dollars from the bank before it closed its doors.
Governor Adams signed extradition papers Friday and Wagner was [?] back to Missouri, Saturday.
When he was arrested in Denver on Monday he is reported [to have] said he was planning to commit suicide.
Contributed by Jim Dezotell
The Greeley Daily Tribune (Greeley, CO) – Friday, October 17, 1930

Mrs. Millie Blevins, who has made her home in Windsor for many years, is leaving Wednesday to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Davis and will leave soon thereafter for Adrian, Mo., to make an indefinite visit with her sisters and a brother.
The Greeley Daily Tribune (Greeley, CO) – Wednesday, December 24, 1930
Contributed by Jim Dezotell

Mrs. Millie Blevins has learned that her sister, Mrs. J. K. Hodges, was attacked by an angry hog recently, at the home of her daughter near Adrian, Mo., and is in the Butler hospital.  She was badly lacerated and bones in one of her hands fractured, but is reported to be improving.
The Greeley Daily Tribune (Greeley, CO) – Wednesday, June 28, 1933
Contributed by Jim Dezotell


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