Clipped From Moravia Union
Two Are Hurt in Auto Wreck Near Moravia Two Moravia high school students students were injured'—one critically —in an automobile'accident Friday morning on the tjlfti Hollow r.oad two miles south df town. Ronald Tisue, driver of one of the automobiles, said he and "James Herron, driver of -the other car, had taken a load of students to col* lect shrubbery for decoration at the junior-senidr banquet Friday night. According to Tittle, Herron drove over a hill and hatljstopDed his car i to get shrubberjr wien Tisue came over the hill and tftfe cars collided. In the Accident,'Mar" Frances Carter received a Broken nose and jaw and Was taken to the St. Joseph's hospital in Centerville for treatment. Dwight Clark hit the windshield in Tisue"s car, and was cut about the face. Two stitches were taken over his eye. Other occupants bf the two cars were scratched and bruised. Both automobiles automobiles Deceived considerable dam- Q CfQ , Riding with Tisutftfere Dwight Clark, Mary Frances Carter and Ellajean Woodward. Passengers in the Hetron car were Betty Jean Brown, Jenny Mae 'Doll and Wayne McDanel. . --" Tisue said he waS unable to stop fast enough when, he discovered Herron's car stopped over the brow of the hill.