Obituary Death Record Clipping from Indianapolis Times, Fri, Feb 16, 1934.

Clipped from US, Indiana, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Times, February 16, 1934

3 BURNED TO DEATH IN PRINCETON BLAZEMother and Two Daughters Perish j as Home Takes Fire.By f nttrti Prr**PRINCETON. Ind.. Feb. 16.—The bodies of a mother and her two daughters, burned fatally at their | j Pike county home yesterday, were prepared for burial here today.The mother, Mrs. Velma Clem. 30. and one daughter. Marilou. 4. died simultaneously in Methodist hospital here. The other daughter, Maxine. 10, a cripple, whose screams attracted neighbors and resulted inrescue of two other children, died shortly afterward. fThe three were burned by an explosion of crude oil with which Mrs. Clem was attempting to rekindle a stove fire.