Mrs. Clarence Montz 18 Jan 1936

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Mrs. Clarence Montz 18 Jan 1936 - 24. 10. Pen- Lightning Split Skies, Thunder...
24. 10. Pen- Lightning Split Skies, Thunder Rolls Yesterday FORMER TEACHER CALLED BY DEATH Miss Ella Zinn, former teacher Lightning split the skies and sent peals of eerie and disturbing thunder rolling across the heavens j just as darkness was gathering) u-uaa j^ua ^iuu, LUHHW. ^-. v ~-- -last -last night to give the people o£ the Noble township school and a Logansport something to talk! . _ . - . _ _ ^ --_,,, -about. -about. " And to top it off, Mrs. Clarence Montz, 515 West Market street, reported reported that she heard music play- i resident of Logansport until nev eral years ago, died at her in South, Bend at 3 o'clock afternoon. She had been ill ing "Japanese Sand Man." while she was in tha. back yard ot her home dumping trash after the flrst flash o£ lightning. . Mrs. Montz said she looked up when she heard the music, decided it was in the air and then became frightened at the unusual circumstances circumstances and ran into the house. , dianapolls and Stanton Zinn of California. Funeral services will be held from St. James church in .South Bend Sunday morning at 10 ances and ran into me r.ousu. ~TM. --·-- -·-- Strange as January lightning I and- the body returne I to and thunder is, there are ,prece-l Creek for burial in the dents. Chicago experienced similar j Brethren cemetery south ot weather conditions a week ago. at 3 o'clock. al weeks: Surviving are a sister, Mrs, Hattie .Reddick of South Bend, and two brothers, Halleck Zlnn of - - ' - - - - - won

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  1. Logansport Pharos-Tribune,
  2. 18 Jan 1936, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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