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 - Pair Dies Concluded From Page 1 up Herman...
Pair Dies Concluded From Page 1 up Herman Moore, the brother said. Moore, a Marine since June, had arrived home Tues day and was due back at Pvt. Moore Mrs. Moore Camp Pendleton Jan. 6. He was a 1954 graduate of Ben Davis High School where he played one year of varsity football. Before entering the Marine Corps, he was employed at Diamond Chain Company Inc. MRS. MOORE was born near McKinney, Ky., attended Emmerich Manual Training High School and for more than 15 years had been em ployed as a machine operator at. Allison Division of General Motors Corporation. Funeral arrangements for Moore and Mrs. Moore are being completed by George W, Usher Mortuary. Moore is survived by the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman S. Moore; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Scarbrough and Miss Mary Alice Moore, both of In d i a n a polis; the brothers, James and Herman S. Moore Jr., both of Indianapolis, and a grandmother, Mrs. Alice Moore of Indianapolis. Besides the husband, Mrs Moore is survived by two stepsons, Michael and David Moore; a stepdaughter, Mary Ann Moore; mother, Mrs Mary Jane Eads, all of Indian-"apolis; four sisters, Mrs. Na omi Willson of Vermontville, Mich., Mrs. Ortha Mae Jen kins of Leroy, 111., Mrs. Lou vina Zimmerman of Lexing ton, III., and Mrs. Frances M, Bouchard of South Bend; five brothers, Delbert S. Eads of Bridgeport, Thomas F. Eads of Indianapolis, Othel F. and Gil bert G. Eads, both of Lexing ton 111., and James E. Eads of El Monte, Cal.; two half- brothers, George Talbert Eads of Lexington, 111., and William McKinley Eads of Indianap olis. -4

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  1. The Indianapolis Star,
  2. 30 Dec 1957, Mon,
  3. Page 12

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