Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on June 13, 1963 · Page 7
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 7

Greensburg, Indiana
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Thursday, June 13, 1963
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Personals Mr. and Mrs. Steven Ricke hav moved to Evansville. Mr. Rick has re-entered Evansville College to major in mathematics. He is in his sophomore year. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gay anc Mrs. William Gay and daughter Janet, have returned from a visi with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Gay and family, of Fremont, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Beard anc family have returned from a va cation spent with Mr. and Mrs Elwood Staub at St. Augustine. Fla. Mrs. Staub is the mother oJ Mrs. Beard. Mrs. Arnold L. Moore, of Wakefield, Va., is in Stuart Circle hospital, Richmond, Va., following major surgery Monday. Her mother, Mrs. Miriam Brown, of this city, is with her. Mrs. W. J. Scheidler, of R. R. 7, who has been a patient at St. Vincent's hospital, Indianapolis, went by plane to Houston, Tex., Wednesday to enter Methodist hospital there for surgery. Her room number is 643-A. Her daughter and grandson, Mrs. Dorothy Rondeau and son, Bill, accompanied her and will remain with her. Larry McCarty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor McCarty, of this city, was initiated recently into Indiana Central College Gamma Theta chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, national honorary dramatics fraternity. To be eligible a student must have earned 50 points from acting, working on a stage crew or otherwise taking part in the production or direction of a stage presentation. Paul Barringer has returned from Kokomo,. where he attended a state board of directors' meeting for Dairy Queen Association of Indiana. Dr. William R. Shaffer underwent surgery at Cleveland Clinic at Cleveland, 0, Tuesday. Word from the clinic Wednesday evening reported his condition as excellent. He is scheduled to remain i at Cleveland Clinic from a week to 10 days. Fellowship Mrs. Beryl Thompson accompanied her nephew, Calvin Davis, of R. R. 5, to Indianapolis Tuesday where he left for New York !ity to sail Thursday for London, England. He will spend the summer there doing research and study in history. He is an instructor of history at Duke University. Mrs. James Dunn, of Columbus, has returned home from Bartholomew county hospital, Columbus, ivhere she was a patient for several days. Her sister, Miss Margaret McClintic, of R. R. 4, is lome after a week's visit with the )unn children and Nathan McClintic, also of R. R. 4, is visiting lis sister, Mrs. Dunn, this week. joldwater Ahead Vow, Nixon Feels New York IUPD — Former Vice resident Richard M. Nixon beeves that Sen. Barry M. Gold- -ater, R-Ariz., has eclipsed New 'ork Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller s the most likely candidate for 1964 Republican presidential omination. Nixon's views were given Wed- csday as he left Idlewild Airport ith his family for a six-week va- PAGES Creensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Thursday, June 13,1963 Graveside Services Held at Clarksburg Rushville, Ind.—James Fields, infant son of Glenn and Goldie Maggerd Fields, -R. R. i, Laurel, died at 3:30 a. m. Wednesday in Rush Memorial hospital where he was born Monday. Survivors, besides the parents, are four grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Helmuth Fields R R i Laurel, and Mr. and Mrs. David Maggerd, R. R. 2, Laurel, and two great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Creech, of Clarksburg. The Fields home is southeast of Andersonville. Graveside rites were held in the Clarksburg cemetery at 10 a. m. Thursday. HEART DISEASE About nine million Americans have a form of heart disease. Hospita ADMITTED: Donna Marshall, R. R. 1, Westport; Nellie Hogg, Greensburg; William B. Ralston, R. R. 5; Alice Stasiak, Greensburg; Pauline Feldman, R. R. 3; Walter Hutchinson, Greensburg. DISMISSED: Mrs. Charles Michael L a u d i c k and daughter, Greensburg; Mrs. Josephine Gregory, Greensburg; Leonard Clark, Greensburg; Nancy Ashley, Greensburg.. NEW BABY: Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Armstrong, Greensburg. ANOTHER POLIO CASE Indianapolis (tJPD — The Indiana state board of health reported today a case of polio in Shelby county May 26 was the second listed in the state this year. A year ago, three cases had been reported by early June. Classified Ad Phone 663-3113 Leona Gage Takes Overdose of Drugs Hollywood (UPD—Leona Gage, who reigned briefly as Miss U. S. A. in the 1957 Miss Universe contest until it was discovered she was married and a mother of two, was under treatment today for an overdose of barbiturates and was reported in good condition. Read the Homemakers' column Boyd Eugene Haley Boyd Eugene Haley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Haley, of Forest Hill, has been awarded a teaching fellowship in chemistry at Howard University, Washington, D. C., where he will work on an advanced degree. A 1959 graduate of New Point high school, Haley was graduated Sunday from Franklin College. He will be employed by the Food and Drug Administration in Washington this summer. cation in Europe. They arrived Auto Stolen Here Found at Louisville A 1950-model automobile reported stolen here nearly three months ago has been recovered at Louisville, Ky. Edward King, of R. 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