Tilden Dearth killed
AUTO SMASHUP KILLS GIRL - ID YOUNG Mi ! Car Skids, Crashes Into An other in National Road. FIVE OCCUPANTS INJURED SI ISpadal to Tao lafflaapon ffewal RICHMOND. Xnd, October 12. Two persons were killed, and fire tn - Jured when, an antoznobfle drrren by James' H. Dnngan. age sixty, shipmaster, shipmaster, of Brooklyn. 1C skidded on the National road,' one mile east of here and crashed Into the car of Leslie Plttenger. age twenty - three, printer of lfunde, Sunday. Tllden Dearth, age twenty - one, nephew of Clarence W. Dearth, Monde, Monde, was killed, aad Miss Onmeth Clark, age twenty - three, daughter of ChesUr Clark, postmaster of Sehna. and Mrs. Clark, died of a broken neck shortly afterward tn Beld Memorial TToapUal. The bodies were removed to an undertaking parlor. here and later taken to their homes. Dearth was a law student in his uncle's office. Dtmgan informed . police that the wheels of his car caught In the m terurban track and skidded Into the auto driven ' by Plttenger. Coroner Russell Klatt has not completed his Investigation. Police said they believed believed the accident was unavoidable. Miss Clark was riding in the front est and Dearth tn the back seat The two cars were demolished in the crash. Dungan was on his way to Berkley. CaL. with his wife and two children. Mrs. Dungan suffered a broken shoulder blade and other In juries, but win recover. James Dungan, Dungan, Jr.. age seventeen, and his sla ter Eleanor e. age fifteen, were oaoiy cut and bruised. Plttenger and his brother Wilbur, age fourteen, escaped with minor Injuries. All received med ical attention in a hospital here. Plttenger said they were on their way to visit friends near rrsnkiin, o.