The Shelbyville Democrat
Little damage was reported and it was a quiet evening as Halloween pranksters heeded police warnings last night, but thieves took advantage of the occasion by burglarizing the Klare Food Market, 603 Colescott St.
November 1, 1947
Burglary Case Is Investigated
$20 Taken at Grocery; Halloween Is Quiet
Between $15 and $20 in cash and possibly some cigarettes are believed to have been stolen from the grocery, located at the southwest corner of Colescott and Miller Sts. and owned by Rudy Klare, 102 Fairfield Drive.
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming
A Shelbyville, Indiana, Newspaper
Mrs. Ora Breedlove and son, Billy, of this city, are visiting Mrs. Breedlove's brother, Petty Officer First Class Rudy Klare, stationed at Camp Endicott, R.I.
Friday, July 21, 1944
Contributed by T Nugent*
The Shelby Democrat
From Thursday's Daily.
Thursday, November 30, 1905
GOODRICH - WHITCOMB.
At the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. William Klare, of east Washington street, Miss
Magdalena Frances Whitcomb became the bride of George Fred
At high noon the Rev.
George M. Smith pronounced the words that united these two popular young
people. Only the immediate relatives were present. The bride wore a
charming gown of chiffon Batiste, while the groom was attired in the usual
Immediately after the
ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich left for Kokomo, where they will spend several
days. On their return to this city, they will reside at the home of the
The engagement of the two
has been known for some time. And it was an open secret that they were to
be married some time this week. Anxious friends in vain sought to
ascertain the exact date of the nuptials, but were unsuccessful. The fact
that they so cleverly succeeded in keeping it quiet has but added to the
pleasure of the happy pair.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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