WOMAN HIT ON HEAD WITH A BEER BOTTLE
Mrs. Roy Heinert is in a hospital in Mandan, after being struck on the head with a beer bottle by John Sagmiller, a man who was helping celebrate the wedding of Mrs. Heinert's brother, Peter Schook, Jr.
Schook was united in marriage to Miss Christine Matz, and a celebration was held at the Schook home. Sagmiller became rather well saturated and tried to pull up a few yards of fence in the front yard. Mrs. Heinert was real fond of the fence, and objected, Sagmiller said that it was too dark for them to tell who was doing the work, so Mrs. Heinert used a pocket flash-light. Sagmiller then wielded the beer bottle.
Bismarck Tribune, 10/21/1914