Rexburg, ID Automobile Collision, Aug 1933

PARENTS DIE IN ROAD CRASH.

GEM STATE PAIR KILLED AND THREE INJURED IN COLLISION.

Rexburg, Idaho, Aug. 21. -- (AP) -- MASDEN JENSEN, 26, and his wife, MRS. LETHA JENSEN, 24, both of Hibbard, Idaho, were killed and three other persons were injured in the collision of two automobiles on the Salem highway three miles north of here yesterday afternoon.
The JENSEN car was reported to have collided with one driven by M. HILLMAN of Rexburg, who was said to have entered the highway from a side road. The JENSENS suffered fractured skulls.
MRS. HILLMAN, riding with her husband, was the most seriously injured of the survivors, receiving a broken shoulder and a cut on her throat. MR. and MRS. LEO WRIGHT of Sugar City, occupants of the JENSEN car, were slightly injured.
MR. JENSEN is survived by a three-year-old son, his mother, MRS. BELLE JENSEN; a brother, ARCHIE, and two sisters, Mrs. Geneva Algood and Wanda Jensen, all of Rexburg. His father was killed in the World War.
MRS. JENSEN leaves her son, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Perry of Roosevelt, Utah, and a number of brothers and sisters.
It was not decided immediately whether an inquest would be held.

Ogden Standard Examiner Utah 1933-08-21