Bobby Brous, Hugo High School senior, hurt
the the they burial Varied Mishaps Hurt 5 in Hugo Oklahoma News Bureau HUGO, Okla. — Sunday was a hard day on youth in Choctaw County. Five accident victims, ranging in age from under two years to the teens, were treated at Memorial Memorial Hospital here, for a varied assortment of mishaps. Bobby Brous, Hugo High School senior, had to have several stitches stitches taken in his left ear, after a she include car door was slammed on it. Clifford A. 49, a Tuesday & Kay Kirley, five-year-old daughter daughter of Mrs. Lurlene Kirley, Soper, Soper, was treated for severe head and face bruises after she fell from a bicycle. Norman Barnes, 22-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Barnes. Oklahoma City, drank a small quantity of family was kerosene while the spending the weekend with his grandparents.. Mr. and Mrs - H - R - Barnes at Soper. He remained in the hospital Monday was was Davis, Sain, in hi for observation, his condition not being considered serious. Mike Bloodworth, 10-year-o 1 d son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bloodworth, Bloodworth, Hugo, had to- have the ring finger on his right hand amputated amputated after it was injured while he was at play. He and ether children children were jumping up to. catch onto the crossbar of a clothes line pole in the yard of his home, when a ring he was wearing caught on a bolt hi the bar, mangling mangling the finger. Joe James, five-year-old son of Mrs. Nettie James of Boswell suffered severe cuts to the bone on three fingers of the left hand from the blades of a power mower. He was watching a neighbor who was working on the machine, the child being injured in reaching in to pull out some grass caught in it, while the ' blades were still moving.