Miscellany: Aug. 26, 1929

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Bees

In Hillsdale, Mich., one A. N. Thorpe working on his house, found between two walls a solid honeycomb, six feet high, three feet thick.

¶ In Odessa, Mo., one Farmer Shupee, his wife, son and daughter-in-law were attacked in their auto by a swarm of bees. Mrs. Shupee at the wheel, sorely stung, sideswiped the car ahead, drove into a ditch, killed Farmer Shupee.

¶ In Montpelier, Va., one Farmer Terrell put a hive of bees on a pile of hen's eggs interspersed with flannel strips. When the eggs hatched, Farmer Terrell whisked the bees away lest they sting his chicks....

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