Driver Killed In Crash Near Mother's Home Marvalee L. Kesinger, 35, native of Easton, suffered fatal injuries in car mishap early Sun day morning only one-half one-half one-half mile from te home of his mother, Mrs. Edith E. Kesinger, RR 2, Eastern. Kathryn Carlot, 82, BurUn-game, BurUn-game, BurUn-game, a passenger in the car, suf fered a broken collar bone and multiple cuts and bruises about the face and body. ; At the time of the accident about 5 AM Sunday, both were on their way from Topeka to visit Kesinger's mother. THE CAR, a late model convertible, convertible, went out of control on a narrow township road, swerved into a ditch on the ' right, veered across the road into another ditch, abd then rolled over several several times, according to Deputy Sheriff James R. Studdard. Both occupants were thrown clear of the car. Miss Carlot, less seriously injured, walked a quarter of a mile to the farm home of Joe Funk to get assistance. When she returned returned to the scene a few minutes later, Kesinger was dead. Coroner Charles L. Larkin said death resulted from internal injuries. - Miss Carlot was taken to a Topeka Topeka hospital for treatment of her injuries. Kesinger was born June 26, 1915 at Easton, a son of William and Edith E. Kesinger. He spent his early ufe at Easton until en listing Oct. 30, 1942 in the Navy . He was separated from the serv ice three years later. , Keiioger was a member of the United Brethera Church- Church- and the American Lesion post, both of Topeka. Other than his mother, he is survived by a daughter, Oottie Lee Kesinger, and aBon, Gerald Rod Lee Kesinger, both of Lyons; two brothers, Kenneth Kesinger, RR 2, Easton, and Gale Kesinger of Topeka. Services will be at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Larkin Funeral Home. The Rev. John Hodze. pastor of the Easton Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be in the Reform ed Presbyterian Cemetery, Win Chester. The body wiil lie in state at the funeral home M on day's Leavenworth Time?.