Kenneth Lorch wedding, son of John Lorch

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his of the of his could elections right, when hero, La instrumental to Skull Broken /\ As Car Quits Road, Upsets Salamanca, Aug. 23.--Walter D. Hlnman. 31 years old, of 103 South Street, Bolivar, suffered a fractured skull, whilo his wife and three children were less sorl- oiisly hurt, when the automobile ho was driving left the road and plunged cveivthe hill to near the B., R. P. railroad tracks, about a mile north of Great Valley, between between 11 and 11:30 o'clock Wednesday Wednesday night. Mr. Hlnman was conscious to- d'iy, and I', was thought he would recover. He and the others were all brought to Salamanca for treatment. His wife, Viola Hinman, 20 years old, was cut on the left hand and suffered body bruises and shock. Bernard Hir.man. 7 years old, had cuts on the face and body bruises; Carley Hlnman, 4, was cut on the left leg and suffered bruises; and Arlinc Hlnman, 18 months old, was cut on the face, forehead and back. The accident occurred on what is known as Potter Hill, on the Salamanca-Elllcottville road, just above the point where that road crosses the B., R. P. tracks. A Mr. Smith, who rooms at the home of Robert N. Kidd. 27 Linden Linden Avenue, brought the injured to S-ilamanca, and reported the accident to police. They said the Hinman car went over the hill about 40 feet, going through one fence and over another, then turned turned over two or three times and finally stopped right side up on the south side of the tracks. There were two explanation 1 ! for the accident. Corporal Adams of the state police and another trooper, trooper, who investigated it, were informed informed Hinman and his family were about half way down the hill when the horn on a car behind behind was sounded, and Mr. llin- man pulled to the right to allow it to pass. One wheel went off the pavement, then the other, they were told, and when the car came back onto the concrete it went across the road and down the hill. Hinman. however, was reported to have told the physician who attended attended him that he had been up several nights with his wife's father, William J. Hagcn of East Otto, who died, and up later until utter 'he funeral; that he and his family were returning home from the funeral, after having stopped fit the home of his father at Hinman Hinman Valley, above Ellicottville; that due to fatigue he fell asleep driving down the hill, and the accident accident resulted. IINfiAGKMENT OF MISS BEATRICE O'LAUGIULIN ANNOUNCED YESTERDAY Bradford, Aug. 23.--Announcement 23.--Announcement of the engagement of JIiss Beatrice O' L a u g h 1 in, daughter of Andrew O'Laughlln, of 738 East Main Street, to Ken- ncth Lorch of this city, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lorch of Ellicottville, Ellicottville, N. Y., was made last night at a dinner party given Mrs. Wellington.Taylor and Mrs. Edward Wallace In honor of Miss Tess Marks, a bride-elect at the Lorana tea room. The wedding will take place In the early fall. The table, which was laM for 12, had an unusually attractive arrangement. The announcement of the engagement was · revealed by cards hldd n in the centerpiece and attached to ribbons lending each guest's place, which was marked by a cupid doll. Bridge was played at the home of Mrs. Wellington Taylor following following the dinner. Miss O'Laughlin was presented with an engagement engagement gift by the hostesses, and Miss Marks was given a gift. State Urges Saving Water Hinsdale Officials Get Letter From Department Department On Question. Hinsdale, Aug. 23.--Officials in charge of the Hinedale water ply are In receipt of a letter C. A. Holmqnist, director division of sanitation, state department health at Albany, N. Y.. and says In part--Due to the recent long and continued drought, are facing a serious shortage of water and unless heavy rains occur soon, this shortage of water liable to become very acute. precaution should be taken to vent leakage and waste and we are urged to curtail the use of water in the present emergency. A water famine is a very serious serious thing and it Is not only a duty one owes to himself but the community for every water user to economize In every possible possible way In the use of water. Mr. and Mr*. Ruben Moses returned to Port Allegany after visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Windsor. Jlr. and Mrs. Wm. Rush returned returned to Buffalo today after spending a couple of days with latters mother, Mrs. Vesta Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Rush will enjoy trip up the lakes to Duluth next week. LAWN

Clipped from Times Herald23 Aug 1929, FriPage 11

Times Herald (Olean, New York)23 Aug 1929, FriPage 11
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