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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - September 21, 1957, Anderson, Indiana Pase 2 the Anderson Herald saturday sept Milt 21, 1957 sunday plan dinner for school mentors monday the Christian education com Mittee of the Anderson association of churches is advancing plans for a sunday school teach ers dinner at p. Mon Day in the Myca building. Or. Dale Oldham of Park place Church of god will speak. Music will be provided by the three Robins girls Trio from the Central Christian Church. The Rev. George Lee youth director at Noble Street meth Odist Church and member of Anderson High school faculty is chairman of the planning com Mittee. Miss Lois Harris Chris Tian education director at first methodist Church is publicity chairman mrs. F. G. Hoppes and mrs. Ralph Jones ticket chairmen mrs. Merle Bosworth and mrs. Hoppes decorations committee. Assisting with plans Are Ward Hartzell mrs. Leon Dailey Ronald Waugh Everett Orebaugh Richard Caldwell Jerry Bradford Roger Stilwell Bob Mccoy the Rev. T. Franklin Mil Ler Ralph May Russell Osbon Robert Hurst mrs. R. D. Brum Field d. E. Nicholson Norman Folsom Howard Burnett. Betty Vaught. And mrs. Stephen Ruh jr., who is making programs. All. Churches in the City Are invited to participate. Tickets Are available at the association of churches office Myca build ing any weekday morning. H1tz to speak George t. Hitz past president of the kiwanis club and member of the Delco Remy division Pur chasing department will be the Dairy Day speaker a fall Dairy tour or Field Day has been arranged for tuesday sept. Starting at a. And concluding about p. M., according to announcement by county agent Walter c. Haynes. Or. Elmer n. Hansen above noted judge of Dairy cattle a for Mer Extension and now director of Public relations of the Curtiss improved stud service Gary 111., will be the special guest of the Day. He will area brotherhood to Dine monday in Meadowbrook Church the first fall meeting of the men s brotherhood of the Baptist Harmony association including 19 churches in this area will be held at p. Monday. In Meadowbrook Baptist Church. The program will include movie dedicated a panel discussion will be directed by the Rev. Phillip Philbrook pastor of the Host Church. The panel includes Verle Dovey Mer Rill Richman Gene Murphy James Gray and Lloyd Hend Ricks. President Joseph Moore of the Host group will Welcome the guests. Jack singing with the keyboard. The Rev. Melvin Phillips Pas Tor of first Baptist Church Here will offer prayer. Carl Glover and Bob Moore will Lead devotions. Chauncey Griffith will of Bragg Louis will direct Nierste at Hospital dismissals Lead the discussions at each of Fer the closing prayer. The three farms to be visited and emphasize the four Point balanced Dairy program Breeding feed ing management and testing and culling. The program for the Day include a Dairy lunch at noon and stops at three farms instead of four As formerly announced. 10 a. Arthur Kilgore farm half mile West of Summitville where a High producing Herd of Broson Swiss will be seen. Noon lunch at the 4-h club building Alexandria Cour Tesy of Kraft foods East Side Jersey Dairy and Davis Dairy. 1 p. Litsey and White head farm located just North of the intersection of ind. 128 and 37. Here a Herd of 23 holsteins that has increased its production speaker weekly meeting by 20 per cent in three years. In _ _ _ a. 1.1__i r Davis Dairy farm three of the kit this club at the Myca monday. He will discuss relationships purchasing and sell new train scheduled Elkhart ind. Of the new York Central will put its Light weight train the explorer into service Between Here and Chicago oct. 27. The train is being placed on the too mile run to test it in a mass transportation area. Open sundays tool rental Only portable paint Spray for any size Job 450 Tololi at a Fackler s 111 Madison 4556 Miles West of ind. 9 on the 38th Street Road. This final Stop will feature a Quality roughage pro Gram and an excellent calf raising project. Lester Metzger official tester for the Madison county Dairy Herd improvement association will assist by giving production records at each farm. This Dairy Field Day is sponsored jointly by the Extension service Dairy Herd improvement association Curtiss stud service and dairies. Improved the three aussie Coal Canberra Australia exported tons of Coal to Japan in the first six months of 1957 compared with tons in the corresponding period of 1955 and tons the first half of 1956. You Are invited to attend this free lecture subject Christian science certain and Complete Healing available for All lecturer John d. Pickett . Of Chicago Illinois member of the Board of lectureship of the Mother Church the first Church of Christ scientist in Boston Massachusetts Date and tuesday september 24, 1957 at ., . Place in the Church edifice w. 8th Street Anderson Indiana auspices firs Church of Christ scientist Anderson Indiana dismissed from St. John s Hospital were Henry Clark 320 e. 36th St. Mrs. Elizabeth fiercer 2119 Columbus ave. Mrs. Jayne Eaton 1829 w. 9th St. Aaron Alexandria. Mrs. Beverly Givens 2712 e. 10th St. Mrs. Nancy Parkhurst 2730 w. 18th St. Mrs. James Ault and son 1430 Central ave. Mrs. Claude Benefield and daughter 326 e. Cross St. Mrs. Richard North and son 2041 College ave. Mrs. James Weatherford and son 612 cottage ave. Mrs. Hudlay Flook and son. 305 Seminole or. Mrs. Russell Vest and son 403 e. 31st St. Mrs. Bernard Pine and Daugh Ter 615 e. 19th St. Mrs. Jerry Brandon and son 2003 Central ave. Mrs. Robert Stuart and son 1617 Edgewood or. Mrs. John Porter and son 1219 Lindberg re. Ralph White 106 Delaware court. Elton Turner Middletown. Ruthven Byrum 517 Wal tit St. Mrs. Ann Polhemus 1800 w Lith St. Mrs. Julia Haynes Middle town. Mrs. Delena Buckley 2339 Silver St. Mrs. Lorna Akins 2206 Hal Ford St. Mrs. Catherine Mcmillan 1322 Fletcher St. V. Ray Bush 1030 North St. Robert Gaw 1616 e. 19th St. Mrs. Harriett Thurston Summitville. Anniversary in their Home on two of their Ive in Lidren Are sunday. A family dinner will mrs. James Nichols Al served at noon and open House and it. Robert r. Farr s scheduled for 2 to 6 The former miss Uva my 3hearson, daughter of or. And mrs. George w. Mcphearson and or. Farr a son of or. And mrs. Charles Otis Farr were wrong number East Hampton Conn. Up fire chief Paul p. 0 Connell s phone rings it in necessarily a fire. He has the same number As the Boston re sox and often receives Ticke requests which irk him no end he s a new York Yankee fan. Normal vision new York about 42 per cent of the population of the United states has Normal vis Ion requiring no correction. I Foj to. Married Quarter Century and mrs. Rob it Farr 2008 s. Sheridan St., ill celebrate their 25th wedding and mrs. Lloyd Scott Pendle ton. And her maternal grand Athor Karl Howard funeral services for mrs. Car to or. R i e Waggoner la. Fountain Mother in Law of mrs. Beatrice also killed in the thursday Accident will be held at the Lincolnville eur Church at 2 Tuesday with burial in the la Fountain cemetery. Friends will be received at the Brenneman funeral Home at la Fountaine sunday evening and monday afternoon and night. Her husband Harvey wag goner Wabash county treasurer and Wabash county Republican chairman also suffered serious injuries in the wreck and is a patient at Community Hospital in Indianapolis. Continued from Page action puttering about in the Shrub Garden of his Villa about 13 Miles from Here. He built the House himself 53 years ago. A big White rustic House under the Trees he shared it with his wife Aino for whom the House was named. Married in the Home of the. Rev. George Mason pastor of the United Christian Church sept. 24, 1932. Bad Kissinger Germany. They Are members of the Church of the first born. All relatives and friends Are invited to Call at their Home sunday. Gaubys takes continued from remedy to Appeal this order. How Ever so Long As this order is in effect and until its certain rever Sal on Appeal i will comply. The governor then said even As tie talked the guards were Leav ing. He appealed for order and peace in Little Rock and said now is the time for the utmost precaution and forbearance on on the part of All he said he hoped the National Assn. For the advancement of of coloured people would not be so reckless As to push integration. Until a Cooling off per Iod has Faubus said it was reeling and his National guard commanders by name to desist from further interference in Little Rock s Inte Gration plan. Faubus who had predicted the judge would so Rule said he would make an announcement during the evening presumably to say whether he would abide by or ignore the court order. The Challenge thrown Down in the statement of faubus1 position so clearly defied the right of the Federal government to dictate to the through the courts that some observers thought the state Federal struggle transcended the integration ques Tion. Belief that integration his firm in Little Rock can be successful Only if it is accomplished in a peaceful manner which Means accept Ance by a majority of the peo neither state police nor City police would comment on whether officers from their ranks would take up stations at the school monday to see that peace prevailed. At the court hearing Friday Faubus attorneys Laid Down a Broad Legal Challenge on the right of the Federal government to question Faubus action. The governor s Challenge to Federal authority was dramatically pronounced by his attorneys Friday in court. Then they filed out of the c o u str o o m say ing we re the governor s position was powerfully simple that the fed eral government either in this court or any other place could not question his judgment and discretion while acting As the head of the Arkansas. Soverign state of later judge Ronald n. Davies who the governor had asked to remove himself because of his alleged prejudice and handed Down a Broad injunction i kindergarten Rouege am monday throu3h Friday with Kinney 50-50 club with Ruth Lyon Nao Ntim. Monday through Friday in color hear Ruth an wow radio 700 kilo cyclic until 13 it ready Mem movie House 1 Complete of nature Afler so so club monday i Rougs Friday adventures for kids pm monday through Friday brought to you by or Logi Mickey mouse pm monday through Friday the All time Shi Drent favorite news. Pm monday through Friday Cardan Graham bring you the Standard grocery Newi. Standout pm monday through Friday Wilford h tit the. Hoosier Abc television fall line up pm every night. Adventure film premiere pm very night new adventure Harbor command 26 Man or. Hudson t secret journal sheriff of Cochise sword of Fredam silent service news Roundup pm every night brought to you by of Ordyn Graham for Standard Oil monday through Friday. Mem theatre pm every night 731 top feature film by top Start. News final following Mem theatre every night. Brought to you by Economy Molon weather outside following news final. Channel 13 Takei the camera out Iida. Rites Are set continued from Paul ravage and Coroner free Hiday. The body was taken from the Hospital to the Waltz and Hiday funeral Home where friends will be received after 7 To Day. Funeral services will be held at sunday at the mortuary and burial in me Norial Park cemetery. The Rev Albert Byrne of the Whetstone Church will be in charge. Britton was a member of the Mayer Chapel Church in Indian Apolis. He is survived by the widow mrs. Rosemary Britton one son Gary d. Britton two daughters miss Judith Ann Brit ton and Nancy to Britton All o Ingalls two Brothers Frank Anc George Britton Indianapolis a sister mrs. Don Beeler Ander son and several nieces Anc nephews. Funeral arrangements for two Anderson women killed in the wreck at Oaklandon thurs Day were also announced yester Day. The body of mrs. Beatric Waggoner was brought to the Sells and Rowe funeral Horn and will be taken to the firs eur Church for services at a. Monday with or. H. L Anshan in charge burial i e in memorial Park cemetery the body will lie in state at the Church for one hour prior t he services. The family will receive friends at the Funera lome from 7 to 9 Today an rom 2 to 4 And 7 to 9 sunday. Mrs. Waggoner who was the life of Robert Waggoner Delco the we be gof on open Dale weekdays at am. You i o on on Channel 13 Baker s dozen yes we can hardly wait to bring you the Best in Tele vision entertainment Over wow i Channel 13. In addition to our Bright Smil ing faces you la see these All new shows on Channel 131 i m holding rain Check for 50-50 you ice you Loon on Chan. 13 Rafn or thana i la bring you weather Story m4 Toon m 13. I la keep my bog packed for big opening tee you loot on Channel 13. I m to put the spotlight on sports. See you soon on Channel 13. I m holding o hit of the beef Jho i on to Iee you Toon on Channel 13. These and Many other great new shows on Channel 73 tool Engineer was Bor june 15, 1914 at Burlington i the daughter of or. And mrs Fred Gerlach she came to an in 1937. Surviving Are the husband a daughter Ann a Stu Dent at Madison Heights school her Mother mrs. Gerlach an Derson and two Brothers Arno Erlach Anderson and lloy Gerlach Burlington. Double services for mrs. Man Howard and her Granc daughter Randy sue Scott it. 1, Fortville both of whom Anderson obituaries great works flowed from his pen an opera the maid of was the first with a Fin so libretto. The Swan of to with its dark brooding lil Sophy of. Hades and death came second to filandia in repertoires of the West. His symphonies especially those in e and in a were widely played. His Carelia suite his hymns for male hours his piano pieces and violin concertos All made their Mark i the world s music. It was filandia what made americans feel they knew him veil when he visited the United tates earlier in the Century. That tone poem also once pm roiled him in politics against his in inclinations. The russians ruled the finns and in 1899 when the work was first performed at a Benefit for journalists whose writings had Een suppressed by the Czar s government. The majesty and sweep of it s passages the sad grandeur of its Horal parts were considered by he russians to be a medium in iding to riot and they banned it or a time. Wreck victim mrs. Bea fryce Waggoner 43, of 4517 Catterfield. Rd., wife of Rob Ert Waggoner Delco Remy tool was one of four a Auto. Wreck on ind. 67 at Oaklan Don thursday. Mrs. Theresa Emge mrs. Theresa Emge 62, wife of Oscar Emge president of Emge s packing company died thursday night at her Home in fort Branch ind., following a heart attack. She is survived by the Hus band three daughters mrs. Rob Ert Buesing and mrs. John Chaille both of Anderson and mrs. Fred Bender fort Branch iwo sons Edward Emge and Walter Emge both of fort Branch and 15 grandchildren. Funeral services will be con ducted monday .morning., at 9 o clock in the holy Cross Catholic Church at fort Branch. May Call at the family residence on red bark re. In fort Branch. Deaths in Madison and nearby counties mrs. Lavina. Brown mrs. Lavinda b. Brown .82, Greenfield Mother of mrs. Charles e. Barrett of Anderson died about 2 a. Friday. At the Bright memorial nursing Home Here following an illness of Sev eral years. The body was taken to the Pas col. Funeral Home at Greenfield where funeral services will be conducted at 2 Mrs. Mae Pearson summ1tville. Mrs. Mae died thursday morn ing at the Home of a Niece mrs. Floy Tappan of Summitville. She had been a Florida resident Lor three years before coming to Tho Home of her Niece last april. Be fore her Florida residence she had lived for 24 years on a farm East of Summitville. She was. Ill for two years before her death. She was born in Tipton county a daughter of James and Lucretia Smith. She married Earl Pear son in 1907. The body has been taken from the Vinson funeral Home to the residence of her Niece where friends will be received after 2 p. Saturday. Services will be conducted at 2 p. Monday in the Summitville Baptist Church by the Rev. Jesse Squires pastor. Burial will be in Park cemetery Fairmount. The body will be in the Church one hour before the services. Survivors include her husband one. Sister mrs. Goldie love of Gas City two Brothers Leslie Smith of Fairmount and Frank Smith of Richmond and a rim lamp n j guide continued from Ona Baptist Church of Oak Park 111., be of the largest churches of the North Baptist convention. He is a former state crime commis Ioner of Michigan and has had experience As chairman of the skid Row commission of Chicago and advisor on the juvenile Board of the sheriff of Cook county Illinois. Rev. Herschel of the Noblesville Christian Church will be in charge and burial will be in it. Lebanon. Cemetery South of Greenfield. Friends will be received at the funeral Home after noon surviving besides the daughter Here Are two other daughters mrs. and mrs. Ever Ett Shearer both of Greenfield and a brother Claude White of Greenfield. Worth t. Cross final rites for Worth Thomas Gross 74, 4617 Columbus ave., who died thursday at St. John s Hospital will be conducted at 10 o clock this morning at the Baker Brothers funeral Home. The Rev. Monroe g. Schuster pastor William Sherman Mauzy 91, of the Central Christian Church former Anderson will officiate and interment will poultry House owner died at follow in roof cemetery at Al p. Friday at. His Home 220c main St., following an illness of two years. Or. Mauzy was born feb. 23, 1066, at Markleville. He owned a grocery store Here and was owner of the Mauzy poultry House for 49 years. Prior to these businesses he taught in Madison county schools. He was a Mem ber of the Anderson Friendly club and the methodist Church at Markleville. Surviving Are the widow. Jessie two grandsons Harold Home. Campaign continued from reported quota .101 per cent women s division headed mrs. Herman Hartzell Ana mrs. Keith Cochran re ported quota 104 per Mauzy Laurel and Sherman l. Mauzy of r. I., and several nieces and the body was taken to the Baker Brothers funeral Home where arrangements Are being completed. Xandria. Friends Are being received at the funeral Home. Ber of nephews and nieces. Grover George Wilkinson Grover George 69, died at his Home it. 1, fort Ville Friday morning. He was born on March 1, 1888, in Madison county a son of James and Viola George. He was a Farmer throughout his work ing life. He lived 55 years in Hancock county. Or. George was a member of the Fortville Christian Church. Survivors include the widow Ethel one daughter mrs. Marie Spratt it. 1, Fortville one grandson one sister mrs. Cozie Van Laningham of Terre haute. Friends will be received after 10 . Saturday in the Paul c. Cory funeral Home services will be conducted in the funeral Home at pm. Sun Day by the Rev. L. Metcalf Miller of the Fortville Christian Church. Burial will be in men Deh cemetery. Mrs. Emma e. Peters funeral services for mrs. Emma Ellen Peters 719, who died thursday at her Home 4129 Madison ave., will be conducted at p. Today in the Grace methodist Church by the Rev. Joseph Adams. Burial will be in Crown Hill cemetery at Indi Anapolis. Friends May Call at the Baker Brothers funeral results by teams by per cent Are As follows team 39, 75 per cent team 40, 98 per cent team 41, 94 per cent team 42, 107 per cent team 43, 104 per cent team per cent team 45, 102 per cent team 46, 104 per cent team 47, 71 per cent team 48, 101 per cent team 49, 115 per cent team 50, 93 per cent team 51, 100 per cent team 52, 101 per cent team 53, 112 per cent team 54, 102 per cent team 55, 106 per cent team 56, 119 per cent team 57, 10 per cent. Special guests at the noon Victory dinner Friday were Terry Townsend Winner of the All american soap Box Derby this year Bruce Thompson local Floral designer who took Many prizes in horticulture displays at the 1957 state fair George Vaught who directed the Ander son High school marching band to a state championship at the recent state fair and or. Dan Quickel a Myca member since 1897 and the oldest Anderson Myca member in both Point of service and of religious week continued front Williams is chairman of the com Mittee arranging details. Miss Joanne Snook new Albany ind., and William Norris Sand Springs okla., have handled Campus publicity. Assisting with last night s All school prayer session was Clif Ford Schutjer Hickory n. C., and miss Sandra Loveland gushing okla. Nicholson has announced special music nightly will be furnished by the College trumpet Trio and the Christian brother Hood hour quartet the latter appearing on the International radio program of the Church of god. Members of the trumpet group Are Dean Schield grand rap ids Minn. Harry Nachtigall Cleveland Bill Hazel Bauer Chicago i. Their accompanist is Jom Moore Eustic Fla. Singing with the quartet Are Darrell Taylor Sand Springs okla. David Turner Fountain town ind. Paul Hart St. Louis mo., and Gene Miller Cornell wis. At the piano will be Paul Yerden Michigan. Miss Parker will preside at the opening service with other Mem Bers of her committee in charge on other evenings. Roger net Baldwin funeral rites for Roger Neil Baldwin son of the late mayor and mrs. Harry Baldwin who died last sunday As a result of a Bullet wound accidentally suffered while in target practice near his Las vegas nev., Home will be conducted this afternoon at 2 o clock in the Albright funeral Home. The Rev. Melfin r. Phillips pastor of the first Baptist Church willbe in charge and burial will be in East Maple Wood cemetery. Friends Are be ing received at the Albright funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Arthur Bra by Marion Fowler Herbert mrs. Lillie Estell Wilkinson Lillie is Tell 88, of it. "2, Shirley died Friday evening in the Sherman nursing Home near Middletown. The body was brought to tha Condo and son funeral Home Wilkinson. Funeral plans await word from two California sons. Burial will be in Harlan. Ceme Tery near Wilkinson. Survivors include four Daugh ters mrs. Loma Loudenback of new Castle mrs. Florence Bun by of Spiceland mrs. Zella Wil Kinson of near Markleville and mrs. Mary Koons of Detroit two sons Walter and Ward Estell in California 14 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Her Hus band Webb Estell died last Jan. 28. Victim Gwinnup King Norton Scott and Robert Powell. Jack Nathan d. Keesling final services for Nathan d. Keesling 15, son of or. And mrs. Arthur c. Keesling 623 e. 29th St., who died wednesday evening at his Home will be conducted at 3 p. Today in the Harold e. Rozelle funeral Home with Rev. Monroe or. Schuster mrs. Edward cont Nuell from Page Gephardt Paul Whelchel or. Frank Donaldson the Rev. Mel Vin r. Phillips mrs. W. Van Ness mrs. Mae Mcguire mrs. Edward Monterville miss Kath were killed in the wreck near Erine Gregory the Rev. Freder Oaklandon will be held at 1 Ick Pothoff Charles Kidder Don sunday at the Harold e. To Weideman George Onksen and Zelle. Funeral Home with or. W. H. Bransford in charge. Friends will be received at the funeral Home after 7 Today. Prematurely Gray is est mately that about 25 per cent of the nation s adult population has prematurely Gray hair. The pastor of the Central Christian Church officiating. Burial will follow in Grove Lawn cemetery at Pendleton. Friends May Call at the funeral Home. Rev. James f. Smith funeral rites for the Rev. James f. Smith 89, 5t who died thursday at his Home will be conducted sunday afternoon at 2 o clock in the Elm Grove Christian Church. Interment will follow in the roof cemetery at Frankton. Friends Are being received at the family residence. Arrangements were made by the Nuckols and Carmichael funeral Home. Continued from Page his Correct address was it. 1, Anderson. Tom Osborn in charge of the Ball state Campus police said the Box could not have been in the girl s locker More than six Days because the lockers Are cleaned and emptied before they Are rented. Earlier reports from Ball hos Pital indicated that mrs. Reynolds was taken into surgery shortly after the mishap. Mrs. Reynolds the former Anita Burns resides with her husband Melvin Reynolds in an Derson. She attended Anderson College in 1955-56 and Oklahoma Baptist College in 1954-55. A _ senior at Ball state she is the daughter of the Rev. James Burns of Liberal Kan. Or. And mrs. Reynolds Werd married while both were students at Anderson College. Last year. They were both Active in Campus activities and or. Reynolds was of the staff of the Andersonia. He is currently employed at gospel trumpet company. I miss Helvering also was for Merly a student at Anderson College. Legal notices miss Mary Ethel Thurston. William Rowland former local resident was named an Honor Ary member of the Madison burial will be in memorial county association for mental Park cemetery. Health by virtue of the fact that pall bearers for mrs. Howard be helped organize it and was will be Orvi lie Evans Harold instrumental in helping to Stab Scott Harold Pittsford Frankish the rooms Thomas Leslie Crali and her Hospital. At St. John s Schel Mcdonnell. Surviving Are her husband Karl e. Howard mail Carrier Here for 37 years who was also seriously injured in the Acci Dent and who is a patient at Hancock county Hospital Greenfield a daughter mrs. James Scott it. 1, Fortville Mother of the two year old Vic Tim of the wreck who was also seriously Hurt in the Accident and is a patient at the Green Field Hospital another daughter miss Geraldine sue Howard Indianapolis her father the Rev. Notice of appointment no. 13258 notice is hereby Given that Marie May Parkinson was on the Lith Day of september 1957, appointed executrix of the estate of John Willis Parkinson deceased. All persons having claims against said estate whether or not now due. Must file the same in said court within six months from the Date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be for Ever barred. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. Dated at Anderson this Lith Day of september. 1957. Joseph h. Arming ton. Cleric of the Superior court of Madison county Indiana. Carl f. Morrow. Attorney no. Dedication and open House ceremonies for the inspection of the two rooms which have recently been equipped for use of mental patients at John s Hospital will be oct. 15. A room has also been equipped for such at mercy Hospital in Ehmood. _ _ duties of the newly elected said estate whether or not now officers and Board members notice of appointment no. 13256 notice is hereby Given that her Bert h. Shaul was on the 10th Day of september. 1957, appointed executor of the estate of Mary a. Madara deceased. All persons having claims against were outlined by Joan Bashaw local attorney As specified by the state and National Organiza Tion. The newly elected president will represent the local group at w. F. Conley Pittsburgh two state meetings with the Rev. Sons h. Wendell Howard new York and Richard Wayne How Ard at Home four Sisters mrs. Stella Presser Anderson mrs. Edna Smith Summitville Olive Heimrich Pittsburgh pay and mrs. Ruby Shupe Salem j. Two Brothers Raymond con Ley Pittsburgh and Paul con Joey Van Wert 0., and a grand daughter Linda Scott Fortville. The body of Randy sue Scott will be brought from the Paul Cory funeral Home at Fortville to the. Rozelle funeral Home after noon today. Surviving the girl Are her parents a Linda unhurt in the Accident Ilsc paternal grandparents Melvin Phillips serving As alter Nate. Due. Must file the same in said court within six months from the Date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be for Ever barred. Is supposed to be mrs. Lola m. Hoskins funeral services for mrs. Lola Mae Hoskins 30, 2913 Pearl St., who died wednesday after a Short illness have not been completed at the Waltz and Hiday funeral Home. 1egal notices notice of appointment no. 13244 notice is hereby Given that nor Ajmer was on the 3rd Day of september 1957. Appointed Art Man Strator of the estate of Maude c. Parker deceased. All persons having claims against said estate or not now due must file the same in said court we the six months from the Date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever bar red. Said estate is supposed to be dated at Anderson this 3rd Day o september 1957. Joseph h. Armington clerk of the Superior court of Madison county Indiana b. W. Schuyler attorney no. H-1301, sept. 7-14-21. Said estate solvent. Dated at Anderson this 10th, Day of september j957. Joseph h. Armington clerk of the Superior court of Madison county Indiana a. S. Woolbert attorney. No. I 19 Fisi Markleville East Christian Church saturday sept. 21st , to 18 Genevv sparkle to your floor coverings Glam Rene Tor rugs the world s finest no dust. No rust. No odor. Surface no speedy dry to sized for linoleum Wood. Easy to apply As Wax outwear one Hundred to one does not Chip. Adults 1.25 children 75c Urgan 6 a 802 main St. Dial 7290 Oral Roberts in Samson Delilah at Assembly of god Church 22nd Lincoln Sun. Sept. 22 and I

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