Spence Kelton Janell
12 Emergencies At Memorial A aeries of accidents sent a number to Memorial hospital during the weekend for first aid and treatment, but no serious had been reported early j Monday afternoon, An automobile accident on a road in the vicinity of Chatfield Sunday afternoon sent, several persons to the hospital in pri- conveyances. The highway patrol investigated. Mrs. Mary E. Brenton, 35, of Chatfield, was brought to the hospital at 3 p. m., suffering chest and abdomen injuries. She was admitted and her condition was fairly good Monday morning. Aubrey Brenton, 12, son of Mrs. Mary Brenton, received first aid at 3:50 p. m. Sunday for contusions on the forehead. Kelton Spence, 15, of Route 1, Ennis, reported driver of the second car, son of Mrs. Rosalee Spence, received treatment for a laceration over the right eyebrow and was dismissed. Ganell Spence, 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Spence, Route 1, Ennis, cousin of Kelton Spence was admitted for observation for possible head injuries and both legs were hurt.