U.S. At War: Ozark Rescue

The hero in this picture is Drive, "the best durned coon dog in southeast Missouri," who was rescued last week after having been trapped in a cave in Sugar Camp Hollow, deep in the Ozarks. The dog's owner, Jake Light (right, patting the dog) and some 25 Ozark farmers had worked for ten days, neglecting the war, their homes and their hay-mowing, as they blasted through a 30-ft limestone wall. Drive's rescue made front pages across the land. Tearful Jake wrapped Drive in an old shirt, clambered into his two-seater buggy and went home,...

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