Wallings Injured On Lincoln Return

Lincoln—Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Walling were severely injured in an automobile accident Wednesday while on their return trip from Salem.  The other car involved was that of Mrs. Frank Rivett, Sr., of Brush College.  The Rivett car came onto the Wallace road from a by-road and was not seen by Mrs. Walling until too late to avoid a collision.  Mrs. Wallings’ [sic] face was lacerated and a vein in her leg cut.  Mr. Walling had cuts about the body and legs.  Both returned home after being treated in Salem.

Source:  Salem Capital Journal, July 18, 1941.

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