Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
* Auto Crash Fata To Roy Woman, Mrs. O. Shipley C. Mishap Occurs Early Sunday Near 12th St. Overpass Injuries suffered in a trai- fic accident early Sunday proved fatal today at seven forty-five a. m. to Mrs. Orelia Shipley, 28, of Roy. The accident occurred Sunday at one-thirty a. m. on Utah highway 84, a mile and a half south k ,f the Twelfth street overpass. Mrs. Jhipley, according to reports filed with the Weber county sheriff, was a passenger in an automobile operated by Capt. Daryl A. Nielsen, 24 of the Utah army service forces Local Accidents Injure Seven, One Critically t/ One woman was reported critically injured and six other persons suffered less serious hurts in j a series of week-end automobile depct. Captain Nielsen said he was \_^df^ LCHJ.* - . . - -driving northward when he attempted to pass a second automobile The other machine made a sudden left turn, and Nielsen said he steered his car from the highway to avoid a collision. The car crashed into a pile of lumber and threw the two occupants clear 01 the wreckage. Multiple Fractures Mrs Shipley suffered severe shock and multiple fractures, including a pelvic fracture _ . Nielsen suffered a back injury. The identity of the other car was not learned. Nielsen said the othm- driver drove from the scene of the accident without stopping. 'T'he highway patrol is investigating to determine the identity of the anonymous driver. Mrs. Shipley's death boosted Utah's 1946 highway fatality toll to 49 as compared with 31 for the corresponding period of 1945. Weber -county's toll of traffic deaths for this year now stands at four as compared with eight for the period 'ending April 1, 194o. Born in Ogden Orelia (Tom) Fowers Shipley was born in Ogden May 15, 1917, - a daughter of Charles Alfred and Emaline Gibson Fowers =he had been an employe of the Utati Ab* depot. In 1935 she was married to (Continued on" Page Two) (Column Three) accidents in and near Ogaen. Mrs. Luella Shriber, 32. of 91-J West Twenty-fourth, suffered severe lacerations and fracture 01 the right knee, and her huspand, Joseph A. Shriber, 32, sutlered a cut on the chin Saturday ai eleven forty-five p. m. when their westbound automobile crashed into an O. U. R. D. Co. train on West Twenty-fourth. The Shriber car was demolished. Mrs. Shriber's condition was reported at a local hospital today to be "critical." Train Was Standing Weston Gibbons, E-8 Wavy way. Washington Terrace, flagman for the train, told investigating police officers that the train was standing and he was waving a light to signal approaching automobiles to stop. Gibbons said it became necessary for him to jump aside when the Shriber machine failed to stop. Shriber said he saw the flagman but failed to see the train prior to the impact. The automobile ran under the front end of the first oE four cars, being pushed by the O. U. R. engine, for which Glen Spencer wa.= engineer. Mrs. Eva Francis Struck Mrs. Eva Francis, 210 Twenty- eighth, suffered a fracture of the right leg Saturday at ten-thirty p. m. when she was struck by automobile while crossing Washington at Twenty-sixth. Witnesses said two cars, racing along the boulevard, ran through a red light and one- : of---them. struck Mrs. Of Of Gov only died 1936 E. won Francis. Rolen Ames, 26, K-7 Arsenal Villa, suffered head injuries Saturday at eleveii-fifty-five p. m. when a tire blew out and sent westbound car out of control at Canyon road and Jefferson. won Bottolfsen. at .