Clipped From The Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune
Rites Will Be Held Thursday Wapello — Funeral services will be held Thursday for Her- • man L. Biklen, owner of the Biklen Biklen variety store here for several years who died Tuesday at a Burlington hospital alter' a short illness. The rites will be at 2 p. m. at the Aspen Grove chapel at Burlington Burlington with Dr. John R. Fraser, pastor of the Wapello Presbyterian Presbyterian church, in charge. Burial will be in the Aspen Grove ceme tery at Burlington. Hoi-man L. Biklen, the son. of Charles H. and Carolyn Biklen was born at Burlington, Jan. 3, 1876. He was married in 190G to Katherine Carstens and operated operated a store at Burlington for several years before coming to j Wapelio. He is survived by one so.n, Charles Biklen and grandson grandson Barry of Wapello, and one sister, Mrs. Phillip Blar.fuss, Burlington. Burlington.