Daume-MO article 1929
TWO INJURED IN CAR ACCIDENT ON HIGHWAY I Miss Claudic Baker Suffered Laccra- tlons and Bruises in Accident on No. 3G Wednesday Night. DRIVER OF ONE CAR IN JAIL E. G. Daume of Brookfield Is Charged with Driving Automobile While Intoxicated; Cars Were Wrecked. E. G. Daume, of Brookfield is in the county jail awaiting trial on charges of driving an automobile while hi an intoxicated intoxicated condition, following an accident accident which occurred on United States highway No. 36 near the Wilson corner rugnway JNO. 3b near uie wjiauu v,«".", six miles east of Chillicothe Wednesday | night, in which Miss Claudie Baker of Meadville was injured. Daume, who was accompanied by William Breen, also of Brookfield, was returning to his home about eight o'clock last night after spending several several hours in Chillicothe. Daume was driving a new Hudson coupe. Andrews ^J Eh'as • Baker! were en route to Chillicothe in an E Bex in "The Singing Fool" which is being shown at the Strand theatre. Andrews, according to his story to Sheriff Diehl who arrested Daume following following the accident, was on his side of the highway when he saw the Hudson j W^At. l«AA *V«W*- w v»»~ •••«•— coach, to witness the picture, Al Jolson .1 coupe coming toward him at a rapid j rate of speed. The car was being driven from one side of the highway to thej other and as it neared the Andrews car j Daume apparently had lost control of ^ the machine and headed it straight to- ward the Andrews car. In order toj prevent a head-on collision, Andrews | swerved his car to the left, the Daume , car side-swiping the machine, the im- j pact badly damaging both cars. Miss Baker was thrown from her seat "and badly cut and bruised about the, head . and shoulders. She was brought to this city and taken to the office of Dr. K. Barney where her wounds were dressed. Daume, Breen and Andrews were also slightly injured. Mr. Andrews and Miss Baker returned returned to their home in Meadville and Breen, who was with Daume, also returned returned to his home 111 Brookfield. Daume, the most seriously injured of the men, was taken to the office of Dr. M. M. Russell where his injuries were treated. He suffered a bad lasceration on the lip and bruises about the face and head. He also lost several teeth.