The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune Chillicothe, Missouri Friday, August 25, 1933 Aunt Francis, I am thinking

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 - Mrs. Davis Fee of "This City Injured Car In...
Mrs. Davis Fee of "This City Injured Car In Which She Was Riding; Overturned Ten Miles South of Macon Tuesday Night. Mrs. Davis Fee of Chillicothe, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. George W. Hazelrigg of Marceline; and Mrs. John Barnes of Marceline were injured severely Tuesday night when, the motor car to which they were riding was struck by another ten miles south of Macon on U. S. Highway No. 63. Mr. Barnes suffered minor to juries, according to the Marceline News. The three were on the way to Moberly, making 1 the trip to the Barnes car. While rounding a curve the Barnes car was struck by another car betag driven by a New Cambria man. The Barnes car was damaged greatly. Mrs. Fee suffered a concussion, severe cuts about the head and face and body bruises. Mrs. Barnes suffered severe injuries to her chest, a fractured rib arid severe body bruises. Mr. Barnes was cut and bruised. The two women were rushed to the Macon hospital where they were treated and then brought to Marce^toe. The New Cambria driver later was arrested by Sgt. W. J. Ramsey.

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  1. The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune,
  2. 25 Aug 1933, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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