Bishop, Stuart 22 Jul 1927
LEGION PICNIC PLANNED Jeka 1U Ilelllday, Jr.. Feet AIm Trasses Cea vest lea Delegates. .Games and athletic contests will compose the program to be given at the picnic of the John IL Holll - day, Jr.. Post No. ISC. American Legion. Saturday afternoon at the Community House. TJrendenwood. A special lnrltatlon has been extended extended to members of the post, to trine their children, a playground with swings, slides, maypoles and sand piles being available. The amusements for the Oder persons will consist of golf, horseshoes, baseball, bridge, running; races and stunts. The program will end with a box supper. Members unable to make the trip by motor may take the Ft - Benjamin Benjamin Harrison Interurban car to Arlington avenue, where automobile automobile will transport them to the Community House, it was announced by L. r. Jieim. adjutant. Those making the entire trip by automobile automobile .are instructed to follow the road to Mlllersvilie. thence arolnsr east In Fifty - sixth street to Lawrence Lawrence drive, which leads to the Community House. The executive committee has des ignated C A. CamobelL Llovd D. Claycombe and Stuart Bishop as delegates to the annual state convention convention of the Legion. July 24 - 2. at South Bend. Alternates chosen were Elmer Goldsmith. Earl Flnley and John I Niblack. G. A. ROBERTS FUNERAL Forax - r Railre Eata - lateer Wu fa Ia4UurU All His Ufe. Funeral services for George A. Roberts, age sixty - three, who died Thursday after an Illness of a year at his home. 1402 College avenue, will be held Saturday at 2 p. ra. at the home. Interment will be In Crown Hill cemetery. Mr. Roberts was bora and lived In Indianapolis all bis life. He bad been a Big Four engineer for forty years until he was forced to retire a year - ago when he suffered a stroke of paralysis. He was a member member of the Odd Fellow and Masonic lodges and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Locomotive Engineers. He is survived by the widow. Mrs. Sadie Lawwlll Roberts, of Indiana polis, and a son. Harold K. Roberts, of Franklin.