The Golden Roll

Hupp Yeats electric car

Courtesy of Western Canadian Pioneer Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada

Western Canadian Pioneer Museum

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Orville L. Ebbert, 66 of 621 North 11th Street, Elwood, Indiana, died September 12, 1969, at Mercy Hospital after a brief illness.

He was born March 17, 1903, near Fendleton, a son of Lewis and Martha Ebbert and was married in 1923 to Bernetha Linsday.

A retired employee of the Elwood Tool & Die Company, he was a member of the Church of God, Eagles Lodge, Historical Club, Tri State Gas Engine Assoc. of Portland and Brother & Sisterhood.

Survivors include the widow; six daughters, Mrs. Alice Johnson of Indianapolis, Mrs. Helen Wisehart of Wilkinson, Mrs. Mary Howe of Pendleton, Mrs. Anna Crockett, Mrs. Eva Erdman, and Miss Jane Ebbert all of Elwood; two sons Ralph Ebbert of Wilkinson and Dale Ebbert of Elwood; one brother, two sisters; 18 grandchildren and 3 great grand children.

Funeral services were held Monday, September 15, with burial in McCray Cemetery near Wilkinson.

Sent in by Mrs. Darlene Ebbert, Elwood, Indiana

1911 Hupp Yeats electric car (394 actual miles).