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GEORGE M, HAYNER, HOBART OFFICIAL, HURT IN CRACKUP Condition of Prominent Tfoy Man Reported As Good. Rel'.y Linden, flausallto,' Calif, Harbor Dny. qiieen, quit Job in bank to become sliipyai'd worker worker when her sailor - husband went to sea. Troy, Aug. 10. George M. Hayner, C. head of tlic Hobart Manufacturing Manufacturing conijiany sales department, Monday remained in s loader Memorial Memorial hospital where he was taken following injuries m an accident at zua p. 111., Salurdiy on the McKalg Mr. Hayner sustained a Jraclure 01 tjie ngnt leg above the nnkle, elicit injuries, bad cuts about the left eye and. facial lacerations. iweive stitches were required to close (he cuts about his eye. The. esteiil of chest injuries has not b?cn fully determined. However,' hospital attaches Monday morning reported his condition as ,Lgood." He was on his way to his cottage 1 the Stlllw.iler river when the accident occurred. Waiter Askew. W?s toll' wilt'.; ;'f.....:.itr,v hind Ihe Hayner attto, said that Mr. iei - mis aiteinpting to light a et when the accident occtmetl. aulo - '. - .,! I Vu .n n'. the road. plunged into McKaig dirch and smashed against an abutment. The uainage to the car was extensive. H:,M - r - at ptescr.t b1 been loaned by the Hobart Mnnufaclur - lr.g company to assist in sales of war bonds and stamps as co - chalr - ici&n of tbp. Miimi countv war savings savings campaign. Two minor accident which resulted resulted In property damage only were investigated by the state highwaj - pitrol. Tne. aulo of Biion Bescc - kev. zrj. R. R. 2, Arcamun, was in - olved in ari accsrient whicn accurml n.t. 6:40 p. m Etinrioy one - tenth of 3 mile roulh of Bradford on Route 121. Besccker told the Investigating p?.t - rolman that eh uuiilentitied motor ist pulled out In front of him and in an cttorl. to avoid a collision he iwerved to the side ot the road, knocking down a water rap and skimming a tree on the property of Mrs. Lova Wissinger. The right rear lender was sticftntd olf tne auto and the rear wheel smashed. In the other case, an auto driven by Jnsepii Burns, 35, R. R. 3. Piqua and a truck driven by Boyd Arga - bright, 37, R. R. 1, Pendleton, lid, were involved in a sideswipe accident accident which occurred at 2:45 a. to. Monday, urnetcnths of a mile south oi Piqua on the Dixie highway. Burns, coining out of a lane on the - west side of the road in an at tempt to Into the northbound lane of traffic, collided with the Argabrlfiht truck which was travel ing south. Bolli auto and trucl were damaged. There were no ar rasts. Those fined over the week - end were Harry Griffith, Troy, charged with speeding, ?15 and costs by Justice Leu Gross, Troy; Carl West, Ludlow Fait, charged u - iib operat - tng an auto without a tail light, was fined J5 and cos! 3 by Mayor S. - C. Frank - , West - Milton. Harry Boldware, Cincinnati, forfeited forfeited a tlj fine in Justice Leo Gross1 court for speeding. Lloyd D. Howell, rural route 2, Troy, was fined S100 and cosls unci sentenced to 30 days for driving while intoxicated. intoxicated. Justice Gross suspended 525 of ihe fine and costs Cass jjending arc Leslie ijcas, Pi qua, chaigcd with drunken, driving una muiam iriaeribuch. P ana drunken driving; 1o trace hearings ."uuuaj 111 riqua municipal c Muoert pettier, Houston, clianred un recmess driving, Au ml t t - j qua niunwipnl court. EXTINGUISH DUMP FJRE lite tire department was called to yesterdaj at 1:36 d. in to extinguish, a small. hl.i In Ihe 1, coru,is'.b',g of dried limbs trash. There was no rlamasn. Insure with J. Ben Wilkinson Co, 1. R. Milcj Insurance Ce, Frank Z, MeCallech, Agency Benkert's RUGS Through several able to offer a from such leading Karagheusian A few of I2il6 - - Alexander 1 2xl5 - - Mohawk l2xl2 - Hohawk 1 2x 1 2 -

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  1. The Piqua Daily Call,
  2. 10 Aug 1942, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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