Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on November 9, 1962 · Page 11
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 11

Anderson, Indiana
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Friday, November 9, 1962
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' FAQI 12 ANDIKSON DAILY lULLtTIN FRIDAY, NOViMIH 9. 1H2 . Baptist Women Hear Mr. Smith Speak On China The Meadowbraok Haptist Worn- «n met recently in the church : Fellowship Hill. The program for - the evenkig w« a Ulk on the Chiheae people given by Henry i. D. Smith. He «!M showed a film •boot Taiwan. The love jift thought was given by Mrs. Chetter Bailsman, as. listed by two GuiM girls. Iris Critser and Sharon Dinwitter. Present were Mesdames Nor- man Grant, Austin Stinson, Ruth _ Leimartz, Homer Tobin, Paul Cramer, Robert Adams, Paul "Maul, Charolette Puckett, Jessie ••Budd, Robert Critscr, Iris Crit,'ser, Sharon Dinwitter, David •Smith, Martin Tittle, Robert Me.. Coy, Gene Chapman, Chester Buasman, Clyde Cross. Russell .. Hodson, Maurice Slegner, Florence Craig, Wallace Funk, Kcn- i;neth Sciford, James Kane, Cecil - Graves, Bruce Buck, Donald Jul' ian Richard Dawson. James Hale Guilford Kill, John Zuber, Ralph ' Shields and the guest speaker, Mr. Smi'Ui. for the ... Bathroom (itchen Jtility Room EASY TO INSTALL Reachtt All Ctilingt T 9" to 9'1" $795 STAR CHINA Company Ph. 644-7122 10th t Main Antique Hat Show Held Hat fashions of many years ago and the latest in fall millinery were modeled by Mary Stewart BPW Club members Wednesday night at the club's benefit card party and antique hat show ot the 'YWCA. Mrs. Maxine Stromson, of . Cincinnati, Ohio, shown above led,. brought the collection of hats for the show. Also shown are, front row, Mrs. Frod Members of the Mary Stewar Business and Professional Worn en's Club attended a short bus! ness meeting Wednesday at tin YWCA prior to a benefit car; larty that had been planned he finance committee. Mrs. Rhea McPhoe. president :onducted Hie meeting. Plans were completed for attending thi all Council meeting at the Clay pool Hotel in Indianapolis on Sun lay, Nov. 1 Itli. Members who wil attending are .Margaret Abel vho is serving as director of tlie th District, and will also attent he slate board meeting: Rhea McPhee, Ellen Beclitold, Ethe Bohnc, Martha Boycr, Neva Eoy r, Florence Elsea, Catherine laskett, Bertie Smith, Virginia tone, Thelma Swiiiford, Lena Valters and Martha Wheelwright Following the business meeting Mrs. Virginia Stone, chairman ol he finance committee, welcomct he guests who were attending he card party and presented Mrs Maxine Stromson, of Cincinnati Ohio. Mrs. Stromson presented an an- Ique hat show with hats dating ack as far ns 1860. Her unique ollcclion of hats included a wine civet hat with a feather and lip, worn by Mary Moore; the icach basket, a large black hat 'itli large red roses on the wide rim, worn by Margaret Abel; ic blue velvet blcorn worn Sara Marling; a large brim pur- le hat witli long streamers which cd in a large bow under the iln, worn by Catherine Haskett; green trlcorn with a long fealh- r, worn by Oval) Graham; the oche hat, dating back to the narleston days; the "Greta Garo," worn by Anita Herron; a urple turban and a "Jackie Kenedy" hat, worn by .Mary Bastes. Mrs, Kay Sampson, of Gales Department Store, had the same ladies with Ellen Kair and Jessii Witsche, model a group of mod cm hats including pill-boxes, tur bans and a number of fur, hats Table favors and a number o door prizes were presented dur ing the evening. Proceeds of the party will be used for various projects during the year. Assisting , Mrs. Stone were: eva Boyer, co-chairman; Margaret Abel, Ovah Graham, Pear Hitchcock, Adrine Chapman, May me Turner, Bea Isaacs, Bertie Smith, and Anita Herron. LESS TUNING w,, H SrOKYiCLARKS SOUND BOARD niri TDM, lot. Urvr AT tvnrrmrd' HOUSE of MUSIC 1204 Meridian Ph. 643-2662 Couple Wed (Continued From Page Eleven) yetle. Bill Conard was the senior usher, and Denny Conner the junior usher. Lighting the candles wore Fred Bedweil and Bob Miller The bride's mother, Mrs. Atkinson, wore a candlelight beige iace sheath dress with a jacket. She had a hat of beige fealhera. She liml a while rose corsage trimmed with gold and hod gold shoes and purse. The groom's mother, Mrs. Koessler, chose a pink taffeta dress with silver-gray shoes ;ind accessories and a coragc of while roses trimmed in pink. A reception followed in Ihe church bascmcnl. Tlw serving table was covered in lavender with an overskirt of violet net. A 20-year candle was the center- )icce, trimmed with wlu'te roses and violets. A three-tiered cake decorated wlUi white roses accented one end of (lie table, and a punch bowl was arranged at Ihe other end. Both were encircled with lavender net ruffles. For her going - away ensemble, the bride changed lo a while taffeta brocade suil with orchid accessories and an orchid corsage. The couple is residing at 617 Spencer Ave., Marion. The bride is a graduate of Jefferson Town-i ship High School in Upland, and her husband was graduated from West Side High School in West Lafayellc. He is employed by'y,,:, the General Tire Corp. in Marion.! Refro.slimcnl.s Sampson, of Gates, who showed new hats; Mesdames George Graham, Ernest Witsche and Anita Herron, models; back row, Mesdames Sarah Marling, Charles Moore, Alfred Walters, Donald Haskett, Louis Abel and Cecil Eastes, who also modeled. (Bulletin Photo) Dinner Honors Robert Purdys Mr. and Mrs. William Conn-1 ly, 1525 Noble St.. enteriainw Sunday with a surprise dinner in celebration of the 15th weddini anniversary of their niece an; nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Robef Purdy, of Chesterfield. . The table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake. Present were Messrs, and Mes dames Willis Klus, of New Cascle; John C. Ranes, John M. Rjncs and children, John and Shcllie: William Rancs, Alvin Cox am daughters, Debbie, Patty, Marilyn and Melanie, and Mr. Melvin Cox all of Muncie, Messrs, and Mesdames Herbert Klus, Marion Raper and children, Randy, Vick and Bryon; Raymond Raper aw children, Karen, Katha and Jcf frey; Jack Raper and son, Mich ael, of Anderson: Mrs. Betty Rap er, Miss Caroline Raper, Mr j and Mrs. Douglas Young and c.hil 'dren, Kimie and Jerry; Mr. anc Mrs. Robert Purdy and children Gloria and Robert, of Chesterfield An informal afternoon was en joyed, and gifts were presented to the couple. AHS CLASS PLANS REUNION IN JULY The Anderson High School Class of 1956 is making plans for a re union next summer, and the dales of July 20 and 21, have been Se lected for the event. Ethridge Beauchamp, 604 Hendricks St. class, president, may be contacl ed by former class members for information on the two-day affair TROPHY LUNCHEON - The annual Trophy Luncheon of the Edgewood Ladies' Golf and Social Club was held Wednesday at the club with Mrs. Fred Hunt as chairman of the affair assisted by Mesdames T. J. Fouts, Edward B. Hughes, D. M. Childoj and Jam« Wagner. Golf awards wore made at the luncheon, and bridge followed with prizes awarded. Shown at the registration table are Mrs. Robert E. Jones, Mrs. Ed Flanagan, Mrs. Fred Hurst, chairman, and Mrs. Edward Hughel. (Bulletin Photo) VIrs. Anderson Fetes Sorority Delta chapler of Alpha Delia Omega Sorority met recently in the home of Mrs. Robert Anderson, 2722 W. 25th St. Members repeated Ihe sororily prayer to open the meeting, and Mrs. Leonard Martin, president, con ducted a business session. Mrs. Arthur Ketncr, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Don Collins who spoke on the art of conversation with members par,- LLIO CLUB were served In Mesdames Orville Klehisou, .lolui Drown, Gilbert Scott. Dun Col The Clio Club svill mr-cl Mnn- lins, Arthur Ketncr. John McGiv day al I2::)0 o'clock in the Dron-jem, Virgil Ashhy, ClarpiK'r- Wind iienbcrg Tea Room with Mrs. Sam Lilzenbcrger and Mrs. John Dick ns hostesses. Mrs. Charles Bry ant will give Ihe program. YOU'VE READ ABOUT IT ...HERE IT IS BRAND-NEW! SEAMLESS NON-RUN BEAUTIFUL STOCKINGS •VERY SHEER AND FASHIONABLE • FIRST QUALITY NYLON • NO UNSIGHTLY OR EMBARRASSING RUNS • NEW HOSIERY CONSTRUCTION •FEEL AND FIT DIFFERENTLY • LONG WEARING •INVISIBLE PINPOINT STITCH •FLATTERING MATTE LEG LOOK AGAIN... HAAG'S BREAK THE PRICE BARRIER ALL FIRST QUALITY NYLON 1119 MERIDIAN and 38TH and MAIN sor, Gene Barnes, Victor Stanley, Donald llouser. James Milcy, Francis Schmuck, I^onard Mar- Shlela Worley. Miss Betty Webster, the hostess anc a guest, Mrs. Carroll Paris, of Texas. The next meeting will be a Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 15 at the home of Mrs. Franklin Marsh, Extension Hgts. _ LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPLICATION FO CHANGE OK NAME STATE OF INDIANA SS: COUNTY OF MADISON IN THE MADISON CIRCUIT COURT OCTOBER TERM, 1062 CHUSC No. 62-664 Notice is hereby Riven that have applied to the Mndlson Circuit Court to hnvo my name chunked from PHIL ANN PLUMMER to that of CINDY ANN PLUMMER. anrt thnt cald petition ;md nppllca ion will be presented lo and heard Meridian Sts. p. m. daily. by said 1062. Court on December ID, Dated this 29th day of October. PHIL ANN PLUMMER Kctner Sc Yclton Attorneys fur petitioner Nov. 2-!)-16. NOTICE TO TAXI'AVKItS OF .ADDITIONAL API'KOI'KIATIONS Notice Is hereby given to the taxpayers of Richlanct - Union Tmvn ships. Mndison County, Indiana that the proper leita! nfficinM ol municipality nt their regular meeting place at flighlnntl Jr. & 3r. H. S.. at 7:00 o'rlnrk p. m., on the 20ih day of November. 1D62, will consider the following Additional appropriations which said officers consider necessary to meet the extraordinary emergency existing at this time. SPECIAL SCHOOL FUND: Instructional Supplies Item B-5 . ....... S2.500. Operation Item D-3 Water. Light, Jfe Power.. 300. Operation Item D--1 Janitor Supplies ..... 535. Maintenance Item E-4 Repair Jc replacement of other equipment ... 1,050. (Transfer S5CO. from Auxiliary Activities to E-4 Maintenance) > Furniture & Equipment 1-3. 300 TUITION: Pay of teachers Item B-2 ..$3.100. Tax-payers appearing «t such meeting will have a right to be heard thereon. The additional ap- iroprfatiuns as finally made wil] ne automatically referred to the State Board of T.ix Commissioners, which Bo.ird will hold a further hearing within fifteen riavs at the County Auditor's office fit Madison County, Indiana, or at such other place .is may he designated. At such hearing, taxpayers objecting to .uiy <uch additional appropriations inav be heard and Interested! l.-ixpa.vcrs may inquire of Ihe v. Au< Countv Auditor when and where'meetini Faith Ann Hunt Wed To Von E. Parker On Nov. 3 Miss Faith Ann Hunt and Von E. Parker were married Saturday afternoon, Nov. 3, al 1:45 r>.m. in Ihe United Evangelical Brethcrn Church in Frankfort. Singers In Play (Continued From Page Klcvcn) Irish and French, and loves to play the piano. Carla, youngest of Ihe Irio is just getting started bul she too. has marie a movie, done some recordings, made some TV commercials and is an accomplished :)hoto model as indeed are all :he sirls. When not louring, Ihey live at home with their father, an executive working on the Bell Tolo- 1 phone project to launch a Moon Rocket. They attend school every day with the other seven children touring with "The Sound of Music" which comes to Anderson for two performances at the Paramount Theater on Thursday, Nov. 29. at 5:40 and 9:15 p. m. Tickets for the musical hit are available at Broadway Theatre League headquarters, 12th and The Rev. D. Littler officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Parent of the couple are Mrs. L o r e n Herr, of Plainfield, and Rusell L. Porker, Frankfort, and Mrs. Virginia Grceson and H. H. Hunt Sr., both of Anderson. For her wedding the bride chose *t t +, "V, ** f )%r r V^1 BALL DECORATIONS-ln keeping with the theme of the Blue Bell Ball, members of the decorating committee are using a blue and white color scheme for the dance which will be staged for the benefit of the Madison County Mental Health Association on Sat., Nov. 24, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the UAW- CIO auditorium. The Dick Herche band will play before a blue and white backdrop. Glittering blue stars and silver bells will accent the ballroom."A special feature will be two glass encircling a bell and illuminated by spotlights. Two small blue bells suspended from a silver arch will be arranged on each of the tables. The dance is open, to the public and tickets are available now from sponsoring sororities. Discussing decorations for the event are Miss Sue Larimore, table decorations chairman; Mrs. Je'an Robbins, marquees chairman, and Mrs. John C. Shaffer, chairman of hall decorations. (Bulletin Photo) Tri Kappas (Continued From Page Eleven) itoelting, Mrs. Robert Larson, Mrs. Carl Richwine and Mrs. James Coleman. OTHERS PRESENT Those members in attendance ncluded: ' Active chapter — Mesdames Donald Almquist, Dean Annstrong, Leonard Austin, Charles Jarrett Jr., Frank Beeler, Jack Sennett, Charles Bohmeyer, C. R Jowers, Jerry Brenncn, Bryce Brown, E. R. Bush, Dow Caldwell, William Canada, H u g hj WCTU Workshop - 1 A 14 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OP ADDITIONAL APPKOPIIIATIONS The Madison County WCTU will|V a y^ c li VhiS'TlwnS.lSVadl: hold a workshop Nov. 14, in the s °« County. Indiana, that Ihc proper West Lobbv of the VMCA -it in . ga l <?"' clals , of said municipality nesi L,ODI)y 01 me imw\ at 1U at their regular meeting place at a. m. Delegates who attended the B:0 ° p-m. o'clock on the ioth day slate convention will be in charge. The plan of work for the year be presented, and Mrs. Charles Gilmore, county president, will be in charge. WORTHWHVLE CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ehrhart will entertain the Worthwhyle their Cherry, Keith H. Cochran. Johnk'lub tonight al 7:30 at Collier, Richard Davisson, Charles home, 2820 Mounds Rd. Jickmann, Hugh Dolson, Basil Dulin, Mark Ereliarl, Charles ert Handy, Russell Hudson, Ge- Irk, Roger Elpers, Don Fergu- neva Jones, Keith Jones. Herb . -- ... ..._ Jay or Nov.. 1!>G2. will consider the following additional appropriations which said officers consider necessary to meet the extraordinary emergency existing at this time. SPECIAL SCHOOL FUND: B—Instructinn B-5 Instructional Supplies SI.100.05 C—Coordinate Activities C-2 School Transportation 550.DO E—Maintenance E-2 Repair and Upkeep Bldfis. and Grounds (Material) 200.05 F—Fixed Charges F-l Insurance 120.00 Taxpayers appearing at such meeting will have a right to ho heard thereon. The ndditional ap- roprlalions as finally made will automatically referred to the -Slate Board of Tax Commissioners, hich Board will hold a filrlhcr son, Rex Fleenor, Harry Furse.'Kallenberg, Robert Lowe, Don [finct Fox, Frank Frier, James|Maines, Mack McCarel, Robert iTe'arins within mtcen" day's "ai'the Gale Bruce Gribbcn, Dave Grif- A. MetUen, Louis Murray, Dan County Auditor's office of Madison, iths, James Grimes, David ! Quickel. Elmer Richler, WlUard C ^ l5 i sln ,^;! a ' h ° rde %', ^"'''X; Greenlee, John Gulon, Don Gwin-jShaw, Floyd Sloelting, T. W. Sul-lsuch hearing, taxpayers objecting Wlllafd Hawkins, Mcrrcll!! ivan ., James Turnqiiist, Richard !?./'"»' """i 1 " additional _ appropria- nup, ludson, Russell Johnson, CharlesjK- Williams, Joe Williams, Keni. Johnson, Dan Johnson, George!"elh Young, Misses Sylvia Bird, Johnston, Robert Johnston, Wil- """' """" iam Judd, Harry Juslin, Robert Land, Harvey Lanz, Robert Laron Ronald Martin, W. Maxstadl, Cllis McKinley, Richnrd Peck, lames Pierce, W. C. Polhemus, Villiam Pope, Robert Reed, Allen Reinhardt, William Riethmiller, Ruth Rees. Beta Associate members included Mesdames T. C. Austin, Ernest Carter, Albert Dick, Lloyd Dixon, David Gephardt, Russell E. Hardwick, R. B. Harruff, Don Hill, James A. Humphries, W. C. Kelley, C .W. Main, Glen Ren- Robert Rock, Suel Sheldon, Wil-I5 c . r ' „ CaTr ',„ Richwine. Frank amSherhrooke, GraydonSkeochjSf 11111 } 2 . J ' w - Stidham, Robert Richard Sowash, Virgil Summers, Henry Thering, Phillip Tib Mils, Robert Tranbarger, John / a j n e r, George Vaught. Don Wallz, Richard Webster, Rober Wiebke, Edward Wilson, Roc Wood, Frank Wulf, Misses Anne Arminglon, Ann Brady, Pan El 'Stuart. Rex Wischart Jr. tlons may be licard and interested taxpayers may inquire of the County Auditor when and whcra such meeting will be held. HECTOR LAWLER Trustee C-82,12-Nov. 9-1G HUG-TITE PUMPS, TIES, STRAPS and OXFORDS Af MAHONYS ALEXANDRIA and a gold and bronze mum corsage. Mrs n forest green wool jersey dress lison, Vicki Henricks, S h a r o n with beige and gold accessories Jones, and Judith Litzenbcrger. Alpha Associate members present were Mesdames Lowell Amu: Robert Sims, of Frank-!Arthur Bender Jr., Ralph Boyd, from 2 until 9 GARDEN CLUB The Anderson Garden Club will meet Tuesday for a Thanksgiving fort, served her cousin as matron- Fred Uronncnbcrg. Myron J of honor wc:iring a Iwo-piet'c Rro.sicr. James Colcmau, Jor- with pearl at--' Dye. Frank Fihhhad;, Hubert W lavender andjFriblcy. Richard Goodwin, Rob wool black ccssorics and purple mum corsage. .ferry Morrison, of Frankfort, acted as best man. A reception followed home of Mr. and Mrs. at the Russell L. Parker. The serving table was decorated in beige, brown and bronze with bronze mums. Servers were Mrs. George Bailey, sister of the groom, and Mrs Charles Weida. The nowlyweds will reside at 258 S. Clay St., Frankfort. The bride was graduated from Anderson High School, is a member of Sigma Phi Sorority and formerly was the organist at Trinity Episcopal Church. Her husband was graduated from Frankfort High School, attended Baylor University and the University of Maryland. He has completed sev- pitch-in dinner with Mrs. R. M.l e " y": ars of acl .'™ duty in Ihe Taylor, 232-1 W. 12th St., at noon. Mrs. Clifford Savage will give the nvocation. A workshop on forcing bulbs for winter bloom will bcl conducted by Mrs. W. C. Kaufman. A holiday auction will be leld. Air Force and is presently employed by Arthur A. Gill t Son, in Frankfort. Don't piling* Into REAl ESTATa dtali blindly . . . Coniult W. H. URBAN REALTOR Dial M1-74S4 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS Notice is hereby Riven the tnx- tayers of 'Adams Township. Madlon County, Indiana, that the iroper legal officials of said mu- ifcipnlity at their regular meeting ilace at 7 P. M. O'Clock on the 4th day of November. 1062. will •onsider the following additional ipproprlations which said officers 'onsider necessary to meet the' extraordinary emergency existing : it this time. , TUITION B-2 $7.000.00 SPECIAL SCHOOL (Operation) D-1 400.00 i D-4 5.000.00 ' (Mnintenance) ' E-4 3,000.00 I (Auxiliary) ! G-3 200.00 I CUMULATIVE FUND | 1-3 2300.00 ' TOWNSHIP FUND 3 300.00 ! Taxpayers appearing at such meeting will have a right to be heard thereon. The additional WE'RE MOV IN Hare you got yourself a barg^n yet? We still have many pairs of 1st quality brand name ladies' shoes that we must sell at once. Hurry! Hurry! such nicotine will l>e held HECTOK LA'WLER Trustee C-82.11—Nov. 9-16 «p- »roprlations as finally made will automatically referred lo the State Board of Tax Commissioners, vhlch Board will hold « further ring within fifteen days at the! bounty Auditor's office of Madison! County, Indiana, or at such other: Jlacc as may be designated. At tch hearing, taxpayers objecting any such additional approprla-. Ions nin.v l>c heard and interested i\paycrs may inquire of the Coun- the|ty Auditor when and whero such it will !>e held. HEELS $1 Start At <• Flats from $2.00 JOSEPH F. REST, Trustee Ad.tms Township, •* Madison County C-82UJ—Nov. 2-9 AIL SMES MNAl - NO IAYAWAYS fllASI INDIANA THRIFT STORES, Inc. 8th St. North Side of Court House NOW IS THE TIME All remounting jobs should be decided on during the month of November for Christmas delivery. I © 00 o o 0 -9 Fashions change, the beauty of diamonds demand all that's new and exciting — At no obligation to yourself, please let us show you our many ways to make your diamond once again, "The Gem Of The Hour." • DIAMOND SETTING IN OUR OWN SHOP * Locally Own: OpctQt , Jewelry and Gift Store 1207-1213 MERIDIAN STREET

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