Mrs. Obert E. Moen - Girl Cyclist Is Dead After Car Collision
Girl Cyclist Is Dead After Car Collision Teckla Jean Adams, 19 of 118 W. Broadway, Monona, died in a Madison hospital.Sunday after I her bicycle and a car collided in the 700 block of W. Broadway in Monona at 3:26 a.m. Driver of the car was David i C. Read, DeKalb, 111. | Monona police and the Dane County coroner are investigating investigating the accident. Miss Adams had been charged with reckless driving in an earlier accident Sunday in Madison. Police said the car she was driving veered off 200 S Blair St. and struck the Wilson Hotel at 1:30 a.m. She suffered I only minor bruises in the first accident. Miss Adams was born in Madison, Madison, graduated from Monona High School, and had served in ^he Women's Army Corps for six months. She was a waitress at the Motor Oasis Restaurant. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Joseph Jones, W. Clayton Road; two sisters, Jennifer and Liberty Jones,, at home; five brothers, John, Mt. Horeb; Robert, Robert, Wright Ct.; Richard, 616 In- jterlake Dr., and Gregory, W. Dayton Rd, her (4 Mr. and Mrs. Obert E. Moen[ 616 Interlake Dr.; Curt-'s Adams, Adams, Daisy Dr., and Lloyd Normington, Normington, Middleton. The funeral will be held at 1 n ,„ T H ?% f , at 1 P ', ' Uesday at the Joyce funef """^ , a '» 0ne ' Was "ington Ave., where friends may call until until then. Burial will.be in Forest Hill Cemetery.