|Mrs. Ana Wink, aged 50 years, daughter of one of the oldest pioneer families of western Oregon, was killed Tuesday afternoon about 4 pm. when she fell from the 60 foot trestle on the logging line of the Pacific Sprice Corp. The trestle is located four miles south of South Beach. According to the best information possible to obtain, Mrs. Wink became freightened upon the approach of a railraod engine operated by employees of the Pacific Spruce Co., and fell from the trestle breaking her neck in the 60 foot fall to the ground. It had been reported that the engine struck Mrs. wink, but examination of the body by Dr. Belt, showed no signs of being hit by the tender of the engine, according to the coroner's jury verdict.
Mrs. Wink has been making her home with her aged mother, Mrs. John Guilliams and her two brothers Mark and Newt. at the old family home near South Beach. The family is well known and highly respected by the people of the community and hteir many friends are grief stricken over the unfortunate affair. Outside of her many friends, Mrs. Wink is survived by a 17 year old son and a daughter, her mother, two sisters, and two brothers. word has not been received as to the funeral service, but it is understood that it is being held up pending the arrival of relatives from other sections.