C W Aydelotte Dec 4, 1946- C.E.'s Father?
Several Hurt In Wrecks In City C. W. Aydelotte remained in Lubbock Memorial hospital late Tuesday and several other persons had returned home after treatment; £or injuries suffered in automobile j collisions about 9 o'clock Tuesday morning eight blocks apart. Adelotlc, of. 2U8'Twenty-eighth, received a 'fractured rib, • Oihors Leave, Hospilals The lollowing had left hospitals, Mrs. Aydelotte, who suffered slight injuries; Janye Ruth Ater, high school' student, of 1819 Twenty- ninth, slight injury; Mrs. C. W. Dooley and daughter, Brcnda, 3, of 1505 Twenty-eighth, bruises,'and Jane Lollin ot 1723 Thirtieth. Police said "four good automobiles automobiles wore badly damaged." Reports of investigators showed that Aydelotte's 1946 car overturned overturned when it was in collision at Twenty-eighth and Ave. T with a machine driven by Miss Ater. It came to a rest upside down, Passengers In Car Mrs. Dooley and daughter were passengers in a car driven by Mrs. C. W. RCHsonovcr'oC 1501 Twenty- eighth, whose machine, was in collision collision with one driver, by Jack V. I Hawkins, 25, oC-220!) Twenty-filth, nvestigators -said. The. crash was at Twenty-first and Ave. S. Mrs; Dooley and child were taken taken to the hospital by a Rix ambulance; ambulance; Miss Loflin by Patrolman Pete Hubbard; Miss Ater by her lather, who' happened by directly after the mishap. Mr. and Mrs. Aydelotte, by Plains ambulance. Miss Ater was in West Texas hospital, hospital, other victims in Lubbock, National 4-H Health Winners Are Named CHICAGO, Dec. 3 OI.P.)—Eight farm boys and girjs who pulled lip tlieir community's health along with their own were .named national national 4-H health winners today. For the first time the judges did not select the "healthiest" 4-H members, but made the award on the basis'of 50 per cent tor personal personal health improvement and 50 per cent for the contestant's el- forts at bettering community health. Generally, the winners haci no magic formula. They found good rood, exercise and sleep, were the things that contributed chiefly to their health, and cleanliness a key to health- both for themselves and the community. The winners were Nancy .lean Davis, 17, Pittsburgh, Okla.; Carol Sprinkcl, Ifi, Wichita, Kans.; Alary Lou Jnuocks, IB, Zauhary, La. Dorothy Barclay, 15, Elmo, Mo, John L. Wingcrt, 17, Dunlai, Kans, Gordon Thompson, 1C, Denham •Memorial hospital. Other patrolmen who investigated investigated were Harold Mclnroc, C, W. Morris, and Tom Everhcart. The mishap made n. lota! of 0 fur the three days' this month, one resulting in a death. There were 115 for all of November, 10" for October, Cap!.-Lewis Kittrell of the police traffic department said. Indian Jowolry Lealhor Billfolds and Bells PINE SHOE REPAIRING Woodfin's Shoe Shop 1110 Avonuo J Phono 48 U