PEACH QUEEN OIES AS AUTOS COLLIDE
Fori Clinton High School Girl Killed Near Genoa,
Port Clinton, Jan. 2—Miss Itene gahttsen, IS, who was crowned queen of the Ottawa county peach festival at Catawba Island last fall, was killed and three companions were injured early Wednesday when their automobile collided with another car in the Woodville road, west of Genoa.
Miss Bahnsen, a junior in Port Clinton high school, was the daugh-���of Mr. and Mrs. Sanke Bahn¬ sen, of Bay township.
.eo Wagner, Larry Spriggs and Miss Alice Spriggs suffered minor injuries. With Miss Bahnsen, they had spent New Year's eve at Rain¬ bow Gardens, near Fremont, and then had started for Toledo.
Coroner H. E. Whitacre, of Wood county, was told that Mr. Wagner, who was driving, attempted to pass a car which was parked without lights, and collided with a car head¬ ed in the opposite direction. He was��not held.
Besides her parents. Miss Bahn¬ sen leaves a sister, Delores, and brothers, Raymond, Wayne and Robert.
ie funeral will be Saturday afternoon in St. Paul's Lutheran church, south of Oak Harbor.
Miss Ilene Bahnsen, 16, Port Clinton, O., high school junior who was crowned queen of the Ottawa county peach festival at Catawba Island last fall, was killed and three companions were j injured early Wednesday when their automobile collided with an¬ other car in the Woodville road, west of Genoa, O. J & $£
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