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Anderson Sunday Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Anderson, Indiana Page 2anderson sunday Herald sunday August 4, 1957 More covered now by social Security Law the 1956 social Security amendments brought additional groups of people under the Protection of the Sot Sal Security Law Herman e. Landes District manager of the Anderson social Security office stated his week. These Are self employed professionals hitherto excluded from the retirement income and survivors Protection of Federal old age and survivors insurance these groups consist of lawyers dentists osteopaths veterinarians chiropractors naturopaths and optometrists with the filing of their 1956 income tax returns Many of these self employed professionals made their first contributions to the social Security insurance system As the new Law was effective with the first taxable year that ended after 1955. For most individuals this was the Calendar year 1956. These newly covered professionals filed a a schedule cd a statement of profit or loss from business or profession along with their 1956 tax return. This schedule provides the social Security administration with the information it needs to credit the individual account upon which benefits Are ultimately based with the proper amount of earnings. Or. Landes added newly covered members of these groups May be insured for the purpose of survivor s benefits As Early As the month of april. 1957. Survivors benefits May be paid to the families of insured individuals who die and these benefits can total As High As $200 a month. Many will also qualify for retirement benefits after March 1957, these latter persons should study the a retirement test in the social Security Law. To ascertain just How that test May affect their right to receive monthly insurance payments. Or. Landes pointed out that each member of these groups is urged to become acquainted with the provisions of Federal old age removal Sale specials buy now and save up to 30% if fit a a a gulag of sit Martor lot re at Stow. So com pit on your foundation available in All colors. P Gray Granite r o. 52 oui manufacturing Funt Ano. Is Sung movie to main office oui his ten first line monuments and markers Piant must 2000 be sold now rather than move them to our new Home wearied offer unheard of bargains monuments Are heavy and expensive to move a let us place a Fine memorial on your lot now and pass the savings on to you hits Ayau Alif now Wiki Iyo swim Insu tid Timi Fay mint flan Wearly monuments Auto Enid feeler 404 Kilgore ave Monett Indiana on Stott Road 32 across from stash Greta cometary Villi Dolfy 204 w 13th St phone 2-3417 Phon of writ for Fri Monument polder with prices open sundays and ironing by appointment a Trot transportation and survivors insurance. The Anderson social Security office at room 200, Paramount building. Has a pamphlet numbered Oasi-1956-5 which discusses the new professional coverage and which is free for the asking a Quot bridal Parade Quot and Tea this afternoon the Fellowship room of second methodist Church will be the scene of a a bridal Parade and Tea at 5 . Today. The Public is invited to attend the affair which will feature brides and bridegrooms of a yesterday today tomorrow and the Jet age a the event ii planned by the woman a society of Christian service. Participants on the Parade of a brides and bridegrooms will be or and mrs Julius Streaty or. And mrs Ulysses Cook or or. And mrs. Russell Davis and daughter Connie miss Paula sue King Billy Montgomery and misses Brenda and Ann Bell. Hostesses for the Tea will be mrs. Ruth Waughfield mrs. Ida Montgomery mrs m a y in i e Streaty mrs. Alta Mae Streaty mrs. Arolia Godwin mrs Het Tye Streaty and mrs. Anna k Bailey. Refreshments will served from individual tables decorated to the taste of each hostess. Guest soloists will he mrs Roberta Coles who will sing mrs. Mattie Smith who will sing a i love you and London Seemster who will sing a because a mrs. Bettye Stready is president of the sponsoring group and the Rev j Parris Bell is pastor a local girl wins journalism Honor Ann Adams 1204 w. 5th St Anderson received recognition at the annual awards banquet Friday night climaxing the yearbook division of the Lith Indiana University High school journalism Institute Over 200 High schools from Indiana. Illinois Ohio and Michigan attended tile sessions where they prepared dummies of their 1958 yearbooks Learned editing copywriting photography and business management. Miss Adams received a Citi-1 zen ship citation. Anderson obituaries mrs. Alice Obanion Alex Farmer Dies of heart deaths in Madison and save now during our mid year store wide 0 it r is 111 its Vins final markdowns on summer furniture bedroom suites living room suites dining room suites chairs carpet lamps bedding tables appliances pig Semi a a huh pm n p 11 shop . Thru Fri., 9 am til 9 pm shop saturdays til 6 pm open sundays Ltd til 7 pm mrs Alice j. Of Banion 69, a i Aii i 314 e 12th St., died at 3 30 pm at i Ock at work saturday at St. Johns Hospital where she had been a patient Alexandris a Joseph l. To Days. She had been ill five Creamer 55, prominent Farmer years. On it. 3 Alexandria died at la mrs. Of Banion was born at . Saturday shortly after he Madison mo., and came to an a stricken by a heart attack Derson in 1933 from Indianapolis while mooring weeds with a farm she was a member of the seventh tractor at his farm Home. He Day adventist Church. Was found by neighbors and she is survived by the husband placed in the Shade of a tree John a of Banion two sons where he died moments later. James e. Of Banion Anderson he had been in failing health and Robert of Banion in the u. For two year. S. Army two Sisters mrs. Or. Creamer was born four Myrtle Voehl Paris mo., and Miles West of Summitville on miss Ruby Luntsford Madison feb a 1902, a son of Lawrence to. Four Brothers Virgil lungs and Maude Creamer. He was a Ford Anderson Arthur and or lifelong resident of Madison Ville Luntsford both of Madison county where he was always mo., and Willie Luntsford East engaged in farming. He was St. Louis ju., and several nieces first married to Fern dome who and nephews died in 1940 and later was mar the body was taken to the ried to Mary Bolton in 1943, who Baker Brothers funeral Home survives where friends will be received other survivors besides the after 4 . Today. Funeral rites widow include two sons. Daniel will be conducted monday at at Home and John Millington to 30 a in. In the seventh Day 111. Three daughters mrs. Mary adventist Church by the Rev. Loser Lafayette miss Zola Harold Boyer followed by inter Mac Creamer Indianapolis and Merit in Crown Hill cemetery at miss Phillis Creamer Elwood Indianapolis. The body will lie one step son Boyd Bolton Inin state at the Church for one Diana Polis two Brothers Merl hour before the service. Creamer Mooresville and Floyd Creamer Wabash two Sisters. Bronnenberg mrs. Zola Bunch Elwood and Fred Bronnenberg 67, Purchas mrs. Hazel Davis Highland ing agent for the mid states steel three half Brothers. Robert and Aire Plant and resident of Creamer Hartford Conn. Al Anderson in his Early life died Fred and Lawrence Creamer saturday morning at his Home both of Elwood and six grandson Englewood dr., Crawford children. The body was taken to the or. Bronnenberg a native of Davis and stricter funeral Anderson was in the office of Home pending the completion of the former Dwiggins wire hence funeral arrangements co., West 13th Street for Many years the local Industry merged with mid states in 1928, but retained a warehouse Here. Or. Bronnenberg remained Here with the concern until 1945, when he moved to Crawfordsville. He married Here Jan is 1918. The Lillian t. Perrin. Surviving Are the widow lbs Quot Quot Quot tit ban a son. Fred Bronnenberg dismissed from St. Johns Anderson five Brothers. Clyde Hospital were Edward. Kenneth Joseph and Edwin Slack Salem. Ore William and a sister. M iry. A1 or. Elva Balker 2225�?~a col of Anderson and a brother a it bus ave. Cob. Lebanon. The deceased was mrs. Elizabeth Meyer 217% a son of the late or. And mrs. W. Vineyard St Benton Bronnenberg Pioneer res mrs. Marilyn Bradbury Dale dents o f Richland township Ville. North of Anderson. Mrs. Marilyn Shepherd i the body was taken to the Hunt Wood and son funeral Home Craw mrs. Marilyn Moore Dale Fordsville and will be brought to Ville. The Baker Brothers funeral mrs Gay Bauer 1816 Euclid Home Here where friends will be or. Received after 4 p. In monday. Mrs. Marxian Sam Ford and services will be conducted tues daughter it. 4. Day at to a rn., at the Baker mrs. Tyler Mullens sheriff reports two Faye county in three car accidents w n nearby counties two three car wrecks were by in reported last night by the Madie i i i a son county sheriff department. Scho i Otsu i of i a no one was injured in either of r Hospital dismissals child Hurt seriously in staircase mishap j Ronald Wayne Seaburn 4 year old son of or. And mrs. Mary i. Doyle it i it county sheriff la Ltd l s a Summitville Mary e. No on. Was injured in either of j 1 31 "r3 St., John a Hospital with a Frac Doyle 88, formerly of Summit the accidents. Pave students from Madison lured Quot y1sterday vein Ville widow of William Doyle the first wreck occurred on county Are among More than 600 aft<4r a fall a own a of this City died saturday morn ind. 9, one mile North of the Indiana University upper class stairs at hts Home. His Corn j ing in the Home of her daughter Lyndwood rd., North of Here. Men no will be returning to von was last reported As Tau mrs. George Hasty West of sum Only one car was seriously school in Hie fall As scholarship and slightly re wording. He w As in it Ville. Damaged. Students. Taken to the Hospital in the she married or. Doyle in the second Accident happen Reese Williams scholarship i Brown and Bulz Abl Lance it 1886 in Topeka kans. Cd in Chesterfield. All three the University said ,. C n she was a member of Back ars love Awa it a in Ier that in these Grants ranging in value up . I\6 6cts -�tot0 greek Wesleyan m e t h o d i s t own. Pm a r according to in Are in addition to a. Church War Here. Vest Galing iop ulies than Roo awarded to freshmen Highway land Ault survivors include four drug to a a which were announced earlier in Indianapolis he state 2. A Quot a Dwight Doherty few Quot k a i he a a a Ner. Highway officials said saturday w a j North main St., in Summitville. The scholarships include Ltd it h the Fetter. Government has re Hasty of it 2, i air mount mrs. La Mudd 18 105 n. Clinton classifications As state and Merit ejected a state audit of scandal Dave Haisley of it. I fair Alexandria a passenger in scholarships which provide for involved right of Way buying in mount and mrs. Elmer Jay of of the cars was Cut and fees residence scholarships Indiana. Noblesville 18 , 28 a Bujsc j in toe collision. He was which enable students to Earny the rejection could mean the great grandchildren and i great treated at St Johns Hospital their was through school Van loss of $3 million in funds and great grandchild m. A p of up cd a scholarships memory canned to the state by the fed friends will be received in the or \ Riis Ca i Al a massacre ab1�f i u. Alumni and faculty eral Bureau of roads for right Harden funeral Home fair a a members made possible by gifts of Way purchases mount after to a in. Sunday. Wash i no i on a a a r by Pirec j y scholarships contrib but George Foster state High services will be conducted in the tor r Quot a a Var saturday de used cd Vic an j fraternal or Way executive director said fur funeral Home at 2 n m. Monday scribed the nation s Highway animations. And Grants from Pri ther negotiations were planned to by the Rev. Or. And mrs Amos death Jon As a mechanized Massa vate business and Industry avoid repayment of the Money. Jackson. Burial will be in Vin he said the reckless Driver to ocal winners and their schol a son 5femorial cemetery sum can cause As much grief As the a ships Are As follows Anderson if a session set m it Vine. Kidnapper and the armed robber. Inn a j k Beu 1231 w 8th St Indianapolis �.t-0f fires of a no longer can we allow Speed residence Sharon l Friend 37fo the Indiana Republican editorial Katie a Dou i it in and reckless Drivers the false scatter Bald re state and i a Sii suit gird at Svelec Tausett 21 font tit let Kathy Ann How 0f Petty offenders a a ence. Alexandria Janet c. My As the Date for the association s Hen. Three and one half Vears old. Ver asserted in an editorial in the Mahan state. Lapel Sandra a. 79th annual fall meeting daughter of or. And mrs. Jack August Issue of the Fri Law Neese. Residence Pendleton a the speaker for the dinner is Dowden of Fortville died Satur enforcement bulletin. I Toby m. Fesler Swain. Still to be chosen Day in the methodist Hospital Indianapolis. Survivors include her parents three grandparents mrs. Richard Conger of Fortville Ralph Raymer of Anderson and mrs. Esther Kingey of Ingalls. Friends will be received after to . Sunday in the Paul c. Cory funeral Home Fortville j services will be conducted in the i funeral Home at 2 . Monday by the Rev. L. Metcalf Miller of the Fortville Christian Church. 1 burial will be in gravel Lawn cemetery. Mrs. Mabel Hoover Tipton services for mrs. Mabel Hoover 65, who died Friday afternoon at her Home it. La Tipton will be conducted at 2 porn. Sunday in the Hobbs Christian Church by the Rev. Ralph Davison and the Rev. Earl Isenhower. The body will be in the Church one hour before the funeral. Burial will be in Fairview cemetery. Tipton. Friends Are being received in the Leath Erman Morris funeral Home Tipton. Walter Brown Summitville services f 0 r and son and Brothers funeral Home followed daughter 813 w. Lith St. By burial in memorial Park Cern org Rov Shriver and Efery or. W. H. Bradford will 3g31 scatter held re. Officiate. Kenneth Nice in mrs. Hallie j. Bates daughter 929 Hazlett St funeral services for mrs. Alvin Leroy and Daugh Hallie j Bates 64, who died Alexandria. Thursday at her Home 307 Vine is David Rubenack and St. Chesterfield will be conduct daughter. 512 Lonsdale or. De at 2 p. In today at the Park mrs Bernard heavers and face Church of god by or. Dale son. 2515 Lincoln St. Oldham pastor. Burial will be in mrs Lloyd Trimble and twin East Maplewood c e m e the r y. Sons 2802 Raible ave friends Are being received at the mrs. Michael Minnick and Polhemus and Shirey funeral son. Middletown. Home it Daleville. The body will mrs. Robert Jackson and son lie in St ate at the Church for one 1423 Fairfax St. Hour before the service. Mrs. Marland Baugh and in Miva n own dlr Abs daughter 1901% Mckinley St. Charles o. Sweigart Elbert Martin Pendleton. Final rues for Charta o. Swell Bobby Emswiller. Middle Gart. 54, who died Friday at his to a�?T11 i mrs. Mary teeter., ims conducted at 1 30 p. In. Today at it 3 the Baker Brothers funeral Iava Home by the Rev. George of \ no borne. Graveside rites will be j1 a a conducted by the North Park Fred it Rul we Ead a or Al mrs. Stella Harris i w. 22nd masonic Lodge no. 646, f and . Of Indianapolis in Miller cemetery at Middletown. Friends May Call at the funeral Home. St. Or Hazel Lindsay 1419 Locust St. Mrs Rosemary Simon 934 mrs. Jennie Van Vactor Fremont or mrs. Jennie Van Vactor. 96, of. Walter Steffler 2337 w 18th 1. Swayzee died at 5 45 a in. St. Friday. She made her Home with mrs. Joan Rodecap 340 a a daughter mrs. C. V. Stout 3rd St. Swayzee and had formerly lived t a a a in Anderson for several years. 56 to take Toi r she had been a resident of Bloomington ind a Grant county most of her life. Fifty six school teachers will Fly she is survived by the Daugh to Mexico City saturday for the ter at Swayzee a son. Theodore annual two week travel study tour Van Vactor of Marion and Sev of the Indiana University school eral grandchildren i f education led by prof. Merrill the body was taken to the a on Diggs funeral Home at Marion., services will be conducted at j30 p. In. At the Waltz and Hiday 10 30 a. In. Monday at Marion funeral Home final rites will followed by burial in that City. Conducted at 2 p. In. Monday in the Trinity episcopal Church John Kokinos by the very Rev. K Samaras of funeral rites for Tohn Kokinos Indianapolis. Burial will be in 66, who died Friday morning at East Maplewood cemetery the family residence. 515 w. 14th friends Are being received at the St., will be conducted monday at funeral Home shop rhe modern shop suburban in air conditioned Comfort Brilliant idea rive her sparklers by lady Buxton of she likes jewelry Shell love Buxton a new idea leather accessories Star studded with rhinestones fact is she just can to have enough of them. Choose the style she wants from our exciting leather colors. 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