Clipped From The Indianapolis Star

indybird77 Member Photo

Clipped by indybird77

WOMAN'S CRIES FRIGHTEN MIDNIGHT INTRUDES AWAY 6 de- by the policy in Taylor, Association, of present A midnight intruder obtained entrance to the home of D. A. Scheefer, 4130 .Ruckle' street, larft night by climbing a ladder which he" borrowed from nearby house under construction. Mrs. Florence Curley, a- daughter of Mr, Scheefer, who is on a.visit from Muncie, Ind., was awakened by the man, and when he threatened that a partner^pf his would kill both her parents in another room if she made an sh^ screamed as loudly as she could. He,made for the window and climbed down, disappearing ' immediately. It was found later that the man had off the electric wires leading to^the house. The* police found no_ traceof the intruder. Mrs. Curley said he appeared to be drunk.

Clipped from
  1. The Indianapolis Star,
  2. 12 Nov 1919, Wed,
  3. Page 1

indybird77 Member Photo

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in