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Millard WAGNON
© The Standard-Sentinel
July 28, 1921
Submitted by: Wanda Elliott
Millard WAGNON, 26, was shot and killed by Lee FOLSOM last Friday afternoon about 5 o'clock, the killing was the result of a dispute over a school election, it is alleged, and occured 2 1/2 miles north of Westville, in the vicinity of the homes of the two men.
WAGNON was a veteran of the world war and saw overseas service.
His remains were buried Sunday afternoon in the private grave yard of the WAGNON family.
E.W. ALBERTY of Stilwell attended the funeral and he states that there was a large number of people to pay respect to the dead man's memory.
FOLSOM has been arrested and placed in jail to await the preiminary hearing, which has been set for August 2nd.
FOLSOM is a brother of the FOLSOM convicted of slaying of Pat DORE and now serving a life sentence.


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