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October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
October 30, 1964
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October 30, 1964

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  • 1. October 30, 1964
  • 2. Seven Youths Killed In Two-Car Crash North of Rose Hill, Kansas “ Three boys and Four girls, all teenagers, were killed in an intersection collision at Harry and Rose Hill Road east of Wichita late Friday night.”
  • 3. 7 Crash Victims Were Sophomores “ Seven teenagers who died in an auto accident late Friday were Wichita high school sophomores. Four were from Southeast. Two were from East and One from Kapaun.”
  • 4. John Todd Sophomore at Southeast High School Born January 3, 1949, in Wichita Survivors: His parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Todd, and a sister Barbara
  • 5. Craig Miller Sophomore at Southeast High School Born November 18, 1949, in Wichita Survivors: His parents Mr. and Mrs. James Miller, two brothers James T. and Douglas, and a sister, Denise
  • 6. Mary Newsome Sophomore at Southeast High School Born August 31, 1949, in Topeka Survivors: Her parents, Dr. and Mrs. F.C. Newsome, a sister, Barbara Ann
  • 7. Carolyn Hull Sophomore at Southeast High School Born April 19, 1949, in Wichita Survivors: Her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hull, two sisters, Marilyn Kay Hull and Linda Ann Hull
  • 8. Diane Ralston Sophomore at East High Born August 17, 1949, in Wichita Survivors: Her parents Mr. and Mrs. James Ralston, and a brother, Steven
  • 9. Lyle Moore Sophomore at Kapaun High School Born January 6, 1949, in Wichita Survivors: His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle R. Moore, Sr, two sisters, Marsha and Mary
  • 10. Carol Merrill Sophomore at East High School Born October 3, 1949, in Wichita Survivors: Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merrill, her Brother, Charles Jr, and two Sisters, Vicky Sue and Nancy Lynn
  • 11. Eight Listed Dead in Two-Car Crash “ Parents and relatives arrived one by one and were told the sad news. Many broke down, nearly collapsing in the hospital corridors. Others held out faint hopes until they were told their son or daughter was dead.”
  • 12. Henry Kindred Returned Home From Military Born October 28, 1943, in Oklahoma City Survivors: His Parents, Rev. and Mrs. Richard Kindred, and a Sister Kathy. Henry’s Eyes and Heart were donated to a waiting recipient
  • 13. Ninth Victim Dies of Injuries
  • 14. David Saxe Senior at Southeast High School Born September 19, 1947, in Wichita Survivors: His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Saxe and three sisters, Mrs. Don Kramer, Mrs. James Beaumont, and Sharon Kay Saxe
  • 15. Seven Funerals Bring Pall Of Sadness to Schools “ The exuberance of youth was gone and young voices were stilled as classmates of the dead youngsters overflowed into hallways and lawns of churches and mortuaries.”
  • 16. Auto Accident Worst in Area’s History “ The worst fatal auto accident ever in the State of Kansas has claimed nine lives. Few facts in the accident are actually known. There were no witnesses.”

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