Headlines from the Past

1926 Kane High School Wolves football team
Staff Writer

Kane Republican Headlines from the Past - Week of August 11, 1946

Johnny Grolemund Hurls Moose to a 13-2 Win Over Barnsboro
Johnny Grolemund, Moose catcher, switched positions yesterday, relinquishing the mask and protector and going on the mound for the Kane Moose, and all he did was fan 10 men and hold the Barnsboro club to 5 hits as the Kane team steamed through a 13-2 victory over their highly-touted opponents.
Grolemund has probably the fastest ball of the local hurlers and it was zippy enough yesterday to fan the first four men to face him.

12 Liquor Licenses Suspended In Area
The State Liquor Board today suspended 12 licenses. The suspensions and reasons cited by the board, effective September 4:
Victoria S. Thompson, Enon Valley Inn, Enon Valley, 20 days; sales of 72 fluid ounces; permitted a female to render service from behind the bar.

Municipal Airport for Kane Assured; May Widen Chase St.
The Kane Borough Council, at a special meeting last evening, definitely committed itself to proceed with plans to build a municipal airport for the community.

Hay Fever Opening Finds Kane Crowded
First official day of the hay fever season, noted widely throughout the country, finds Kane still the center for relief and many hundreds of sufferers so firmly convinced of this statement they desert their homes and come here for a month to gain relief.
A dozen states are represented here this season and the number of sufferers is as large as the community can accommodate. More than one of them say that double the present influx would come to Kane if it were possible to provide accommodations for them.

Panther Attacks Lad In Jamestown Area
Robert Crandall, 17, of Jamestown, lives in W.C.A. hospital suffering from shock and other injuries, the result of an alleged panther attack Wednesday night as Lakewood residents discussed plans to organize a posse to hunt down two cats now believed to be prowling in the Jamestown area.