Oak Harborite Loses Father In Accident
' Fred Barnes, 67, Rt. 1, Deshlcr Ohio, father of Mrs. W. P. Short ridge. Oak Harbor, was killed in- "UtTantly In a highway crash on Rt. 30-N, two miles west of Williams- town, Ohio last Friday night. Four persons were injured in the crash
Mr. Barnes died 'of a fracturec skull and broken neck, according to the Hancock county coroner.
The coroner said Mr. Barnes had not made a safety stop at the intersection of two highways. His body; was taken to the Dally Ftmeral Home, Arlington.
Surviving are his wife, Ida; daughters, Mrs. Hulda Qberlitner, Kenton; Mrs. May_ Stout, Toledo; Mrs. Shortridgc; Mrs. Kuth^Axn^ old, Maumee; sons, Walter, De- Tiance, and Carl, Westhope, and sister, Amanda Barnes, Toledo.
Services were Tuesday after¬ noon In Peace Lutheran Church, Bartlow Township. 'l-.J^g'/tfSO
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