Clipped From The Capital Journal
disclosed March 24, 1947; as de- Lost Hunter Reported Found Darwin Dodge, 26 year old Hoi lev area resident who becams lost while hunting in snow covered terraine Wednesday, was found Thursday afternoon- at 1 o'clock, He was warning along a logging road not too far from where he disappeared. While somewhat weak he appeared unharmed. HOLLEY Search is underway three miles north of here for a lightly dressed Korean war veteran who was separated from his brother Wednesday afternoon while hunting in heavy snow near here. Lost is Dadwin Dodge, 26, Rt. 2 Holley who was dressed only in a tee shirt and light trousers and spent the night without a coat in the rugged Calapooia river -above here. A large force of men under the direction of Linn County Deputy Sheriff Wade Collins is searching the area for Dodge. If he is not found by 4 p.m., inurs-day efforts will be made to get bloodhounds into the area to am in the search. Included in the searching party are deputy sheriffs, state police, members of the Linn County Fire Patrol and Boy Scouts. Dodge became '.ost Wednesday after he had separated from his brother Clarence Dodge, also of Rt. 2, Holley, as they were hunting. Clarence Dodge could not find his brother and went to obtain help. The search continued until midnight Wednesday and resumed Thursday morning.