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PAGE 10 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, I3C5 Mrs. Hulman, Speedway Owner's Mother, Dies Mrs. Grace Hulman, widow of Terre Haute industrialist Anton Hulman and mother of Anton Hulman Jr., owner of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, died yesterday in Methodist Hospital. She was 87 years old. Mrs. Hulman, who was one of the 500-Mile Race's devoted and active fans, originated the idea of sending aloft the 10,000 helium-filled balloons just prior to the start of the annual motor classic. SHE WAS BORN Grace Smith at Terre Haute on April 10, 1879. She was graduated from Wiley High School there. On Jan. 10, 1900, she was married to Anton Hulman, who died in 1942 at Miami, Fla., where they had spent the winter months over many years. Although Mrs. Hulman maintained a private residence at Terre Haute, in recent years she had lived at the Terre Haute House. BESIDES HER interest in Speedway activities, Mrs. Hulman found other interests in civic affairs. She was a patron of the Swope Art Gallery and worked tirelessly to promote the Vigo County Historical Society and the Civic Theater. With her son, Mrs. Hulman helped found the society's museum. She was also a member t OPf N THURS , 9 A.M. to I PM-FRI., to Tt ' if sat., i a.m. to s p.m. zZrZCfln if THIS AD COOD THRU rTfJit'Pi II M SAT. Au. 6THs:pnr J VARIETY SECTION CLOSE OUT SALE ON ALL SUMMER CLOTHES AND OTHER SUMMER MERCHANDISE I? FHESH, WHOLE ECONOMY FIRST CUTS PORK CHOPS L39e LB. BREADED riCU DADTIAUC . HQC iijii rvniivsiu lb. m, i SILVER SHIELD ?) -lb $n29 c3 pkg- HYGRADE'S SMOKED PICNICS-39' FOLCER'S l) -lb. (6(o) , (Jj CAN ppS WITH ADDITIONAL $5.00 ORDER FOLGER'S uictamt nrrrr IflOZ. iruinni vurrcc .... iu MORTONS SALT box 10 JAR 1 39 L o 6 MORTON'S mm E-Z-BAKE FL0UR5.U9 FOR GARDEN FRESH CARROTS ... 2 YELLOW CLOSE ONIONS ... 3 bag 39c IMS I VC ALL PURPOSE POTATOES 20 89 RED RIPE WATERMELONS MRS. ANTON HULMAN of the Centenary Methodist Church. Her son is her only survivor. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday in the Patrick J. Ryan Funeral Home. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after U a.m. Sunday. OBITUARIES Arthur Mill'than Mrs. Millikan Double funeral services for Arthur Millikan, 82 years old, and Mrs. Goldie Millikan, 80, 1507 South New Jersey, husband and wife, will be held at 8:30 a.m. today at Lauck Funeral Home and at 9 a.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Millikan died Wednesday and Mrs. Millikan died Thursday, both at University Heights Hospital. Both were lifelong residents of Indianapolis. Mr. Millikan had been a molder at Hetherington and Berner Company for 40 years until his retirement in 1956. He was a member of the Molders and the Holy Name Society of Sacred Heart Church. Mrs. Millikan was a member of the Christian Mothers Confraternity and the Altar Society of the church. Surviving is a daughter, Miss Alberta Millikan of Indianapolis. J. C. Andressohn Dies: l.JJ. History Professor STAR STATE REPORT Bloomington, Ind. John C. Andressohn, 81 years old, Indiana University professor emeritus of history, died yes terday at his home here. After 33 years as a member of the I.U. history f,,i,,. n,- An dressohn retired n in iyoa. BORN in Philadelphia, Pa., Prof. Andres-s o h n received the A.B. degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1911, the A.M. degree there in 1912, and the Ph.D. degree in 1923. He also studied at the Universities of Berlin and Munich. He joined the I.U. faculty mm Ju-maSt Perry U. Oskins Dies; Foreman At Allison s Funeral services for Perry B. Oskins, 54 years old, 244 South Chester Avenue, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Shirley Brothers Irving Hill Chapel. Burial will be in Washington Park East Cemetery. Mr. Oskins, who died Thursday in St. Vincent's Hospital, was bom at Lincoln City and had lived in Indianapolis 31 years. He had been a foreman in the receiving and inspection department at Plant 5 of Allison Division of General Motors Corporation for the last 26 years. For the last 16 years, he also was the owner of Oskins' Television and Service at his home address. Mr. Oskins was a member of the Gentryville Masonic Lodge, the Murat Temple and the Scottish Rite. During World War II. he served with the Coast Guard in the Pacific theater as a radar man. He attended Purdue University and was a graduate of the Indianapolis Electronic School. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Martha J. Oskin; a son, Perry B. Oskins Jr. of Indianapolis; the parents, Mr. ow, Mrs. Martha J. Oskins: a Gentrvville; a sister, Mrs. Lil lian Bates of Gentryville, and a brotner, utto usKins or pacific, Mo. Mrs. O. M. Roberts Funeral services for Mrs Ola M. Roberts, 79 years old Los Angeles, Calif., a former Indianapolis resident, will b? held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Stuart Mortuary. Burial wi be in Crown Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Roberts, a former schoolteacher, died Tuesday at a Los Angeles hospital. She had lived with her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Roberts, secre tary of the Los Angeles Board of Education. MRS. ROBERTS attended Kentucky State and Roger Williams Universities. She was the sister of Drs. Lucian and S. D. Merivether, Indianapolis dentists, and Mrs. Maude M. Flack, retired prin cipal of School 56. Mrs. Roberts lived in Indi anapolis about 20 years before moving to New York in 1930, She had lived in Los Angeles the last three years. FRIENDS MAY call at the Stuart Mortuary after 9 a.m. Tuesday. Other survivors include two other daughters, Mrs. Blanche Harrell, a teacher in New York City, and Mrs. Mildred French, a teacher at Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y.; another sister, in 1922. Before coming to I.U., he taught at Earlham College. THE U.S. Army sent Prof. Andressohn to Heidelberg in 1949 to lecture, both in English and German. He was a member of the Association of University Professors, American History Association and the Medieval Academy of America. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the Allen Colonial Chapel where friends may call after 3 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Gardens. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Frieda Andressohn: one brother, and a sister. Mrs. Jessie Malum Shelby ville, Ind. Funeral services for Mrs. Jessie Mahan, 94 years old, former house mother of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity at Franklin College and widow of a Shelbyville minister, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the Ewing Mortuary. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Mahan, who died Thursday at the Bartholomew County Hospital in Columbus, had resided in Shelbyville since retiring from the house mother position in 1943 after 11 years service. Her husband was the Rev. E. Finley Mahan, who had been pastor of the First Christian Church here. Mrs. Mahan was graduated from Franklin College and was a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority. Survivors include a daughter, two grandsons and five great-grandchildren. L tQ Js'Saa-JfWiirf . .. . k t t m CUSTOMS AIDE HONORED-Eugene J. Okon (sitting) was feted yesterday after serving I6V3 years as assistant collector of United States customs in Indianapolis and also director of the Indiana Port of Entry. Okon leaves Monday to assume new duties as operations officer with U.S. Customs in Washington, D. C, a promotion for the veteran career man. Offering Okon goodies and presents in the Federal Building office are (standing, left to right) Donald H. Heustis, commodity specialist; Miss Pansy Wallace, secretary, and Mrs. Sami Bailey, Customs entry aide. (Star Photo) Dr. Alfred A. Storey Dies; Funeral Set For Monday Funeral services for Dr. Alfred A. Storey, 75 years old, 4015 East 34th Street, a general practitioner, will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at t he Harry W. Moore Arlington Chapel. Burial will be in Crown Hill Cemetery. Mr. Storey, who died Thursday at Community Hospital, practiced in Indianapolis since 1930 with his last office at his home address. Previ- Thonuis T. Taylor Funeral services for Thomas T. (Ted) Taylor, 66 years old, 3104 North Arlington Avenue, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in Harry W. Moore Arlington Chapel. Entombment will be in Washington Park East Mausoleum. Mr. Taylor, who died Thursday ai Community Hospital, was born at Adyeville in Perry County and had lived here 38 years. He worked as a salesman for Jewel Tea Company for 20 years until his retirement in 1965. He was a member of Brookside Evangelical United Brethren Church, Oriental Masonic Lodge and the Scottish Rite. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Wilma A. Taylor; a daughter, Mrs. Marilyn J. Thomas of Beanblossom; two sisters. Mrs. Betty Sprinkle of Tell City and Mrs. Gladys Gough of Indianapolis, and two brothers, John Taylor of Evansville and Orville Taylor of Boonville. ously, he had offices on Alabama Street and Sherman Avenue. Before coming to Indianapolis, he practiced at Cartilage and Pendleton. DR. STOREY was born in Sicily and came to the United States at the age of 11, settling in New York. He was graduated from Indiana University in 1925 and then in-tered at St. Elizabeth's Hospital at Lafayette. His special interest was in respiratory diseases. Toward the end of World War 1, he served in the Student Army Training Corps, of the U.S. Army. He was a member of Forest Manor Methodist Church. SURVIVORS i n c 1 u d e the widow, Mrs. Eleanor T. Storey; two sons, Albert Z. and Eugene V. Storey, both of Indianapolis; a sister, Mrs. Camilla DeFrank of Sullivan; and four brothers. Thomas Storey of Washington, Ind., Dr. Joseph L. Storey of Indianapolis, and Charles and Sam Storey, both of Corpus Christi, Tex. 1. VN. J Mrs. Mildred Harding Funeral services for Mr. Mildred J. Harding, 90 years old, widow of David M. Harding, will be held at 10 a.m. Mon- f day in Roysterl r and Askin Mor- tuary. Burial will be in Crown Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Harding died yesterday at an Indianapo lis nursing home ju lived since 1959. A lifelong resident of Indiana, Mrs. Harding's life was characterized by devotion to daily Bible reading. She helped establish Tabernacle Baptist Church in 1913, in a one-room school on West 10th Street, when the area was known as Olinville. The church has since grown to membership of 375 persons. Mrs. Harding served as the church's clerk, Sunday School superintendent and teacher, Circle president and secretary. Survivors include a son, Walter Glenn Harding of Indianapolis; two daughters, Mrs. Mildred E. Hayden of Plain-field and Mrs. Frank R. King of Beech Grove; a sister. 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