A.'.derso i . of Son Herman Rhodus ; MAHKLEVILLE - Herman (Shorty) Rhodus, 52, of Rt. 1, died suddenly at St. John's Hospital Wednesday. He was employed in Muncie at Warner Gear and affiliated with Local 287 there. A World War II veteran, he had resided in the Markleville a r e a ' years. Born in Wayne County March 6, 1919, he was the of Rcbert and Hazel Batchfield Riicdus. Surviving with the widow, the former He'.en Logan, are s e v e n children, Edward John B., Kenneth L., Ronald F., all at home; Mrs. Dan (Marjorie) Keller of Mali hews, Stanley K. and Terry A. Rhodus, both of Anderson; four sisters, Rosemary Rhodus of Alabama; Mrs. Wilma Batchfield: and Clara Mae Kuhn, both of bridge City, and Mrs. B e Smith of Toledo, Ohio; and grandchildren. Frieni's will be received at the Baker Brothers Funeral Home in Anderson afier 2 today. Final services, will hs 1 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home, and intcrmert will he Anderson Memorial Park Cemetery. Dr. Gary AUbritten will officiate.