|Transcribed by Norma Knotts Shaffer from microfilm
of the Calhoun Chronicle dated 2/20/1936.
School Bus Upsets
The first accident since school buses have been running occurred Monday
morning when a small bus driven by Johnny Snider, carrying 19 pupils of
the local high and graded schools upset on the town hill. Only one
pupil, Miss Gladys Holpp, was injured in the upset. Her hand was
badly cut and was attended by Dr. H.C. Toepfer. Later she was taken
to a Spencer hospital where cut tendons were united, and at this time she
is getting along very nicely.
Other children on the bus were bruised and suffered minor cuts.
No blame is attached to the driver of the bus, Johnny Snider, who bears
a good reputation as a safe and careful driver.