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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1963- THE I INDIANAPOLIS STAR PAGE 5 Obituaries And Funeral Arrangements For Explosion Victims born in Edinburg. She had lived in Indianapolis for 40 years. For the last 12 years, Mrs. Talkington had been employed as a teller at the Merchants National Bank and Trust Company main office. Mr. and Mrs. Talkington's survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Richard Gentry and Mrs. James Lynch, both of Indianapolis, and eight grandchildren. Mr. Talkington's survivors also include a sister, Mrs. Phoebe Moore of Indianapolis. Survivors of Mrs. Talkington also include four sisters, Mrs. Samuel Borden of Kent, O., Mrs. Bernard Jasper of Greenfield, Mrs. Bernard Price of Edinburg and Mrs. Helen Tirey of Indianapolis, and three brothers, Harry A. Phillips of Shelbyville, Raymond Phillips of Houston, Tex., and Vernon Phillips of Indianapolis. Mrs. Tillison Funeral services for Mrs'. Bernice Tillison, 50 years old, ers auto agency and appliance store in Shelbyville. Her husband, Charles N. Williams, a television repairman, who also was injured in the explosion, is in W. S. Major Hospital at Shelbyville. Survivors include her mother, Mrs. Goldie House of Indianapolis, and a brother, Darrell House of Kentucky. Mrs. Worland; Ann, Susan II 'inland Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Worland, 79 years old, and her two granddaughters, Ann Margaret Worland, 15, and Susan Worland, 14, all of Kokomo, are being arranged by the Jacobs Funeral Home at Kokomo. The three were in a family party of eight attending the Coliseum ice show. Another granddaughter, Mrs. June Atkinson, a student nurse in Indianapolis; a grandson. Diet-zen Worland, 8, and the children's mother, Mrs. Irene Worland, were injured and are in Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Mrs. Worland's son. Rich ard Worland, is vice-president of Dietzen's Bakery in Kokomo. Louis O.Wuensch Funeral services for Louis O. Wuensch, 64 years old, 5120 North Michigan Road, are being arranged by Flanner and Buchanan Mortuaries. A lifelong resident of Indianapolis, Mr. Wuensch had been an assistant cashier at the Indiana National Bank more than. 40 years. He was a member of Ancient Landmarks Masonic Lodge and the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce. Survivors include the widow; Mrs. Edna Wuensch, who was injured in the explosion; a daughter, Mrs. Erold R. Diller of Indianapolis; two sons, Frederick O. Wuensch of Burlington, Vt., and Wilden L, Wuensch of Indianapolis; a sister, Mrs. Gertrude Hauser of Indianapolis, and six grandchildren. , 5:30 and had resided at Lafayette since 1961. Survivors include a son, Robert Keim of Columbus, Ohio; a daughter, Mrs. Jane Brown of Indianapolis and Mr. Keim's brother, Carol Keim of Ladoga. Mrs. Loretta O'Brien Funeral services for Mrs. Loretta O'Brien, 61 years old, 4239 Carrollton Avenue, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Feeney-Kirby Mortuary and at 10:30 a.m. in St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. A lifelong resident of Indianapolis, Mrs. O'Brien was a secretary at the Indiana Insurance Company for the last 20 years. She formerly was employed by Bozell and Jacobs Inc. Mrs. O'Brien was a member of St. Joan of Arc Church, its Women's Club and the St. Vincent's Hospital Guild. Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Helen Whitmore and Mrs. Margaret R i c h a r dson, both of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Catherine Pyles of Ohio, and two brothers, John J. Corcoran and Martin Corcoran, both of Los Angeles. Mrs. C. L. Prints Funeral services for Mrs. Thelma Printz, 47 years old, 415 East Hanna Avenue, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at G. H. Herrmann SATURDAY . . . DOWNTOWN Mrs. Clarence Sharp Funeral services are pending at Conkle Speedway Funeral Home for Mrs. Clarence Sharp, 56 years old, 1736 Ellen Drive, Speedway. Time of services will not be set until Mrs. Sharp's family arrives from Oregon. Carl Talkington, Mrs. Talkington Funeral services for Carl Talkington and his wife, Mrs. Evelyn Talkington, 111 East 16th Street, will be held at 3 p.m. Monday in G. H. Herr mann Madison Avenue Funeral Home. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens. Mr. Talkington, 63 years old, was employed in the currency department of the Indiana Na tional Bank 15 years. He was a former manager of the Brink s Inc. office here. Born in Columbus. Mr Talk ington had lived in Indianap olis u years. Mrs. Taikingtori. 58. the for- mer Miss Evelyn Phillips, was SHOP Wrap skirt, 5 to 15 Blouse, 7 to 15 R.R. 1, Manila, will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Canmony Funeral Home in Shelbyvile. Burial will be in Blue Ridge Cemetery. Born in Decatur County, Mrs. Tillison had lived in Rush County since 1934. She was a member of the Old Methodist Church at Gowdy. Survivors include the husband, Thompson Tillison; three sons, John S. Tillison, R.R. 1, Manila, Robert W. Tillison of Milroy and Thompson W. Tillison at home; a daughter, Mary Ann Tillison, at home; one sister; Mrs. Iris Bridges of Elwood; two brothers, Wayne Whipple of Greens-burg and Marie Whipple of Columbus, Ind., and three grandchildren. Mrs.C.N. Williams Funeral services for Mrs. Jennievie J. Williams, 48 years old, who had lived in Shelbyville most of her life, are pending at the Sleeth Funeral Home there. Mrs. Williams was a secretary at the Sandman Broth 9 TO 5:25 . . . GLENDALE 10 Are a Fashion Madison Avenue Funeral Home. Burial will be i n Greenwood Cemetery. Born in Leb-a n o n, Mrs. Printz had lived i n Indianapolis for 46 years. Survivors in clude her husband, Charles L. Printz; a son, Charles A. Printz of Seal Beach, Cal.; three sisters, Mrs. Marjorie Church, Mrs. Betty Klobucar and Mrs. Pauline Neal, all of Indianapolis, and two brothers, Eugene Swope of Indianapolis, and Joseph Swope of Connersville. Mrs. Ethel Reynolds, Mrs. Brenner Double funeral services for Mrs. Ethel M. Reynolds, 53 years old, 3370 North New Jersey Street, and a niece, Mrs. Suzanne Brenner, 23, 2321 Nowland Avenue, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in Flanner and Buchanan Fall Creek Mortuary. Entombment will be in Crown Hill Mausoleum. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Mrs. Reynolds, a sister of United States Commissioner Edwin Haerle, had served for 17 years as secretary to the Employers Group of Insurance Companies. She was a member of the Meridian Street Methodist Church and a lifelong resident of Indianapolis. Other survivors include the mother, Mrs. Ethel Haerle; a sister Mrs. Mary Helen Haas, and two grandchildren. Mrs. Brenner was a member of the Tabernacle Presbyterian Church. Survivors include two sons, Jeffery, 3, and Robert Marshall 1 v V Felix Broyles Funeral services for Felix Broyles, 52 years old, assistant postmaster at Pittsboro, are scheduled tentatively for 10:30 a.m. Monday. The place of service has not been set. Mr. Broyles, R.R. 2, Pittsboro, was a lifelong resident of the Pittsboro community. He was a member of Pittsboro Masonic Lodge and Pittsboro Christian Church. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Louise Broyles; a daughter, Mrs. Janet Love, and a son, Larry Broyles, all of Pittsboro. Mrs. David Burkhart, Barbara J. Burkhart Mrs. Burkhart Barbara Funeral services for Mrs. Marjorie Burkhart, 33 years old, and her daughter, 8 years old, 41 East Hanna Avenue, will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the G. H. Herrmann Madison Avenue Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Glenns Valley. Mrs. Burkhart, born in Tompkinsville, Ky., had lived in Indianapolis 20 years. She was a member of the Center Methodist Church and the Southport Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Barbara, born in Beech Grove, was a third grade pupil at Calvary Lutheran School. She was a Girl Scout Brownie. Survivors of Mrs. Burkhart Include her husband, David Burkhart; two daughters, Christine and Dawn Burkhart, both at home; her father, Vincent Sewell of Tompkinsville; four sisters, Mrs. Clar-ene Walden of Indianapolis, Mrs. Elizabeth Walden of Springfield, O. Mrs. Betty Pearl Kim of Dayton, 0., and Miss C h a r 1 e n e Sewell of Tompkinsville, and five brothers, William Sewell of Indianapolis, Edward Sewell of Chicago, and Jackie, George and Jerry Sewell, all of Tompkinsville. Barbara's survivors include also a great-grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Bousum of Burlington. Mrs. Campbell Funeral services for Mrs. Gwendolyn L. Campbell, 63 years old, 25 West 16th Street, Apt. 41, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday in the Harry W. Moore Peace Chapel. Burial will be in Washington Park East Cemetery. Mrs. Campbell was a native of St. David, 111., and had lived in Indianapolis 23 years. She was employed 13 years at Methodist Hospital as a senior service aide and technician. She was a member of North Methodist Church and Brook-side Chapter 481 Order of Eastern Star. Survivors includ a daughter, Mrs. Eileen May of Indianapolis; a son, Merwin E. Campbell of Brownsburg; a sister, Mrs. Mamie Gay, and a brother, Athol Boswell, both of Peoria, 111', and three grandchildren. Carroll CougillSr., Mrs. VelmaCoivgill Funeral services for Carroll W. Cowgill Sr., 60 years old, and his wife, Mrs. Velma Cow-gill. 58, 533 Winding Way, Anderson will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday in the Baker Brothers Funeral Home at Anderson. Mr. Cowgill was cashier of the Citizens Banking Company of Anderson. He was a member of the Fellowship Masonic Lodge, Madison County Shrine Club, Lions Club, Chamber of Commerce and Edgewood Country Club, all of Anderson, and the Scottish Rite and Murat Temple. Mrs. Cowgill was a member of the Order of Eastern Star, Westminister Presbyterian Association and the Nikithilia Study Club, all of Anderson. They are survived by one son, Carroll W. Cowgill Jr. of Columbus, O., and two grandchildren. Mr. Cowgill also is survived by his father, Birch M. Cowgill of Northfield, Mich., and his twin sister, Mrs. Caroline Mason of Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Cowgill also is vived by three sisters, Mrs. Thelma Etchison and Mrs. Obituaries Ol Other Victims On Pan1 9 Vivian Boyer, both of Anderson, and Mrs. Verna Aiie of Fort Wayne. Gregory Brent Dill Funeral services for Gregory Brent Dill, 5 years old, 4111 South Sherman Drive, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the University Heights Evangelical United Brethren Church. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens. He was the son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Dill. Born in Beech Grove, he attended Happy Times Kindergarten. His father is a Marion County deputy coroner. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today at Little and Sons Funeral Home in Beech Grove. Other survivors include a sister, Kristi Lynn Dill; a brother, David Kent Dill; his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Crawford of Danville, 111., and the maternal grandparent, Mrs. Ralph Fleming of Paoli. Mrs. Elmer Evans Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret L. Evans, 52 years old, R.R. l, Pittsboro, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Conkle West Michigan Street Funeral Home. Burial will be in Floral Park Cemetery. Survivors include the husband, Elmer (Joe) Evans, three sons, Delbert D. and Paul P. Evans, both of Indianapolis, and Melvin L. Evans with the United States Army in South Viet Nam; three daughters, Mrs. Julia Ann Pace and Mrs. Ruth Ann Gibbs of Pittsboro and Mrs. Sondra Holman of Indianapolis, and one brother, William L. Johnson of Speedway. Herman Hoffer Funeral services for Herman Hoffer, 74 years old, 715 East 51st Street are pending at Flanner and Buchanan Broad Ripple Mortuary. Mr. Hoffer was a salesman of electrical fixtures for the Stillerman Electric Company, He was a member of Murat Shrine, Scottish Rite and the, Elks Lodge. He was a native of New York state and had lived in Indianapolis many years. The widow, Mrs. Cecil Hoffer, two brothers and a sister survive. Mrs. Charles Hutton, Barbarallutlon Funeral arrangements for Mrs. Charles E. Hutton, 44 years old, Columbus, and her daughter, Barbara Hutton, 13, are being handled by the Hathaway Funeral Home at Columbus. Mrs. Hutton's husband, a sales manager for Arvin Industries, and a son, Richard, a third-grader, were injured in the blast and are in Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Mrs. Hutton recently was elected president of the Christian Fellowship Society of St. Peter's Lutheran Church. She also was active in Scouting, serving as a den mother for a Cub Scout pack. Barbara Hutton was an eighth grader at St. Peter's School. Mrs. Laurajaus Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Kathryn Jaus, 53 years old, 325 North Gladstone Avenue, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday in Flanner and Buchanan Broad Ripple Mortuary. Burial will be in Monti-cello. Mrs. Jaus was a native of Monticello and had lived in Indianapolis 28 years. She was a member of Grace Methodist Church. Survivors include three daughters, Miss Shiela Kay Jaus of Indianapolis, Mrs. William R. McCain of Koko-mo and Mrs. Sue Borel of Cincinnati, and one grandchild. DuightS. Keim, Mrs. Lois D. Keim Funeral services for Dwight S. Keim, retired insurance executive and former mayor of West Lafayette, and his wife, Mrs. Lois D. Keim, are pending at Soller-Baker Funeral Home, Lafayette. Mr. Keim was elected the second mayor of West Lafayette in 1938 after winning a one-vote primary victory over the incumbent mayor. He had served eight years with the Indiana State Revenue Department and at one time operated an automobile dealership at Lafayette. He was 64 years old. He operated an insurance agency in Lafayette from 1953 until his retirement last June. He was a member of the Shrine, Scottish Rite and had served on the old Tippecanoe County Board of Aviation Commissioners. The couple, mairied in 1919, belonged to the First Methodist Church at Lafayette. Mrs. Keim, also 64, was a native of Whitestown. They moved to West Lafayette from Crawfordsville in 1923, TO 6 . . . LAFAYETTE 10 TO Treat in lv . I A ' t V ' I .' j.il ; I.iikiI pants, 5 to 15; tuitlcncik sweater, l I 1 111'' v vf to 'f0 cach 12,98 w ' ) '4 , i' A-inc skirt, 5 to 15 9.98 ,'," 1 ' ' Hlaer Jacket, 5 to 15 17.98 f ' t',''' ' , t ' ' Juniors! Separates Brenner, 4; the father, Marshall Reynolds, and grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Haerle, all of Indianapolis. RusselG. Bobbins Funeral services for Russel G. Robbins, 44 years old, 2370 North Adams Street, are pending at Moore and Kirk North-cast Chapel Funeral Home. Mr. Robbins was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Dorothy Robbins, a son, Ronald Robbins of Indianapolis; his father, Clifford Robbins of Indianapolis; a brother, Norman Robbins of Indianapolis, and four sisters, Mrs. Thelma Whitehill, Mrs. Frances Hunt, Mrs. Neldia Frentch and Mrs. Donna Mack, all of Indianapolis. Herman . Sehmitz, Mrs. Evalyn Sehmitz Funeral services for Herman H. Sehmitz. retired commandant at the Indiana State Soldiers' Home at Lafayette, and his wife, Mrs. Evalyn Sehmitz, are pending at Soller-Baker Funeral Home in Lafayette. Mr. Sehmitz. 73 years old, was commandant at the home from 1953 to 1961. He operated the post exchange at the home many years before becoming employed in 1940 by the Aluminum Company of America plant at Lafayette. He returned to the home as commandant. A graduate of St. Joseph College, Rensselaer, he served in the Army Medical Corps in World War I. Mrs. Sehmitz many years was manager of the commandant's residence at the Soldiers' Home. The couple had been married 38 years. They had no children New Parfait Pastels 5.98 to 17.98 Sherbet pink and ice blue arc the key shades of this roup. Add a dash of ice-cream white. Makeup some luscious outfits! Newest fashion, the palc-color look! These pieces made to switch all around. The skirts, pants and whjfe-striped sweater are wool, in the pastels. Jacket is wool, too, in white with pastel braid. Co-ordinated blouse, ice cream white Datronlv polyester-cotton with pastel tatting trim. Fvcrything by Kelia. Junior Size Shops, Second Floor Also Glendalc, Mall Level I Camera fans! Come to the "Camera Circus!" Bring on the hour. Experts here to help you! Bring your camera, fake color movies . . . we'll provide a different subject every hour your film in later, we'll give advice. 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