MISS WINSOME WARE KILLED IN WRECK 1899-1929

Funeral services for Miss Winsome Ware, were held at the residence of her father, Rev. E. O. Ware, Baptist minister, Monday afternoon at 4 o’clock.

Miss Ware, 30, was killed when her car collided with another at a street intersection in Alexandria, Sunday.

 

Miss Ware’s mother and sister, Mrs. W. L. Wharton and two children were in the car at the time of the accident. Mrs. Ware is in an Alexandria hospital for observation, Mrs. Wharton and the children suffered minor injuries.

 

Miss Ware was one of the first women to receive a law degree from Louisiana State University., She was a prominent member of the Alexander bar.

Several years ago Miss Ware was connected with Moss and Peters, under the firm name of Moss, Peters, & Ware, Attorneys. The firm was later dissolved and Miss Ware returned to Alexandria.

 

Formal manslaughter charges were filed against M. Koblen, Alexandria jeweler, following the death of Miss Ware.

 

Obituaries, Winn Parish Enterprise, August 22, 1929


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MISS WINSOME WARE KILLED IN WRECK 1899-1929 — 1 Comment

  1. Winsome accomplished a lot in her 30 years.
    Winsome is a name you don’t hear much.
    I assume that Koblen was drunk.
    Today’s papers would give many more gory details.

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