Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on May 15, 1965 · Page 8
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 8

Greensburg, Indiana
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Saturday, May 15, 1965
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PACE* &mdwrg (M.) IMy News, Sit«*r, Mb* 15,1965 The Social Circle By MARY K. EMMERT . . \ Wedding Date June 6 is the date, chosen by Miss Bonnie Kay Heath and Jerry Douglass for their marriage in the Arlington Christian Church at 2:30 p. m. The future bride is the daughter of Mrs. Carlos Heath of Arlington and the late Mr. Heath and the granddaughter of the late Thomas Bird formerly of Decatur County. Parents of Mr. Douglass are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Douglass of Rushville. Friends and relatives are invited. Kitchen Rookies The Kitchen Rookies Home Demonstration Club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Luella Sanson. Mrs. Helen Parker was assistant hostess. Mrs. Mary Coombs read the verse of the month and Mrs. Sanson had devotions. The history of the song was given by Mrs! Arlene Whipple. Mrs. Ruth Greiwe had the lesson on patio | Hi-folks | By LEE HUNTINGTON DAY Enjoy the blessings of the day if God sends them; and the evils bear patiently and sweetly; for this day only is ours; we are dead to yesterday, and not born to tomorrow. As Graduation Day is drawing near, let us select a lasting gift of jewelry for our Graduate from watches to tietacks, plus many other items, now at Huntington Jewelry, North Side Square. Make it a weekly habit to attend your chufch. planning. A social hour followed with refreshments served by the hostesses. Guests were Mesdames Anna Sanson and Olive Bobbins. x Pocahontas Lodge The Pocahontas Lodge was in session Friday night in Red Men's Hall with 19 present. Mrs. Helen Campbell was in charge. The slate of officers was presented and the election will be May 28. Announcement was made of the tri-county and Trail Blazers meeting here July 9. Robert Shoopman spoke on betterment of the lodge. A social period followed with - refreshments. R. W. Mbzingo assistant hostess The program on "Th Churches Mission Among New Nations" was given by Mrs. E E. Laskowski. Mrs. Allen Hann had the Bible study and the mis sionary prayer was given b Mrs. Frank Towosend. A social period followed an refreshments were served. vy Clarksburg Methodist Mary Lewis was in charge o the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Clarksburg Metho dist Church Thursday evening She gave the spiritual life lessoi on "What Is In Thine Hand?" The group Leads Me" sang "Where He and chose "Trus W. S. C. S. Meeting The Methodist W. S. C. S. had its meeting Friday afternoon at the church with 44 present. Mrs. Harold Boekoff gave the meditation and Mrs. Thomas Day the program on "A Tool For Fulfillment." Mrs. Paul Doles conducted a memorial service for Mesdames Harry Israel, Ethel Evans and Iva Tyner, .members deceased during the past year. Refreshments were served by the ladies of the Miriam Circle. -—X Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Giltner of Boggstown, announce the engagement of their daughter, Madeline Jean, to Frank E. Listenberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. ] Donald Fleener of St. Paul. Miss Giltner, a graduate of Triton Central High School, is employed at the Indiana State Office Building in Indianapolis. The prospective bridegroom was graduated from Triton High School and is an employe of the Bonded Oil Co. of Shelbyville. June 20 is the date chosen for the wedding in the Boggstown Presbyterian Church. X Circles Meeting Circles One and Two of the 'resbyterian Women's Associa- ion held a joint meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Miss Victoria Woolverton with Mrs. THE BIG STORE . . FREE: $ 15 Gin CERTIFICATE REGISTER MONDAY EVENING, 5 TO 9 No Purchase Necessary And You Need Not Be Present To Win. FREE PARKING DOWNTOWN MONDAY NIGHT - ADDED BONUS! Take Advantage of This Added "Family" • Shopping Night . . . And Save! Monday Night Specials BEDSPREADS TWIN AND FULL, SIZE. ASSORTED COLORS. REG. J4.98 — BEDDING DEPT. LADIES' BLOUSES ONE GROUP. ASSORTED PRINTS, ASSORTED STYLES. SPECIAL PRICE — BUDGET DEPT. THROW PILLOWS BIG SELECTION—ASSORTED DECORATOR COLORS AND FABRICS. REG. $1.98 — DRAPERY DEPT. SLEEVELESS TOPS LARGE GROUP. GIRLS', SIZES 4 TO 14. VALUES TO 52.39 — CHILDREN'S DEPT. Celebrating A Century of Service 1865 1965 Owned and Operated By Major T. Jester €•. and Obey" for the prayer song The Lord's prayer followed. Mrs. Ossie Cooper read a poem entitled "Life Voyage" Pearl Kinney read "Today Is Yours", Miss Anna Cooper gave a reading on "Conquering Dis couragement", Mrs. Charles Cady read "Be The Best Of Whatever You Are" and "The Touch Of The Master's Hand' was read by Mrs. Elsie Linville Eight members answered roll call with a prayer from the Upper Room. 99 sunshine cards, 48 calls and 120 reading points were reported. Mrs. Gwen Vohland read a poem, "Mother" and gave the program lesson on "This Is My Sin". The W. S. C S. benediction was given and refreshments served. Sardinia Aid The Aid Society of the Evangelical United Brethren Church of Sardinia met at the home of Mrs. Clara Ford for the May meeting with thirteen members and three guests, Mrs. Vera Sauer, Mrs. Herbert Houze and Miss Peggy Hill, present. The president, Mrs. Ellis Eicher, had charge of a business session and had a memorial for those members who had passed away. Devotions on "The Business of Being A Mother" using the first chapter of Ruth were given by Mrs. Sam Elliott. New officers were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Eicher; vice president, Mrs. Jim Hill; treasurer, Mrs. Ross Hill; secretary, Mrs. Bill Apsley, assistant secretary, Mrs. George Youman; devotional chairman, Miss Emma Sherman; card secretary, Mrs. Marjorie Biehl; reporter, Mrs. Harold Murphy. In contests, prizes went to Mrs. Houze, Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Ernest Smith. Refreshments were served. The June meeting will be at the home of Miss Sherman. Coming Events Adams Club The Adams Home Demonstration Club will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the home of Avis Kirk. Pythian Sisters Pythian Sisters will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday in the K. of P. hall. Psi Iota Xi The Psi Iota Xi social meeting will be Monday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. John Tremain. Circle Three Circle Three of the Presbyterian Women's Organization will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. with Mrs. John Goddard. This is a change of place. Psi Iota Xi The Auxiliary Chapter of Psi Iota Xi will meet Monday at 7:30 at the home of the Misses Marguerite and Florine Tfflson. Mrs. Pansy Reed will be assistant hostess. Realty Transfers Don H. Wickens, trustee, to Elmer and Nora Draping, 100 acres northwest of Smyrna. Hiram R. and Leona Jane Lovins to Hiram Robert Lovins Jr. and Theresa Ann Lovins, property north of St. Maurice. Charles H. Davis and Mary Davis to Jack G. and Judy Gatewood, property near Westport. Mary Katherine Weaver to Stephen C. and Ida L. McCardle, prperty in the original plat of Greensburg. JUNIOR PROM QUEEN AND COURT— Carol Stewart (seated, center), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart of R. R. 8, Greensburg, is pictured with the other candidates for the honor immediately following her crowning at the 1965 junior-senior prom of Greensburg High School Friday "Rhapsody in Stardust"—: Seniors Feted At Greensburg Prom "Rhapsody in'Stardust" was the theme of the annual Greensburg Community High School prom Friday night vhen juniors feted the seniors with the annual outstanding eature of the closing of the school year. The Washington Ichool was the setting for the festivity. — Daily News Vnoio. night. Members of the court, from left to right, ore Julia Justus,- Jane Easley, Joyce Campbell, Beverly Lay, Nancy Pratt and Vickie Stone. All seniors, the girls were nominated by vote of boys in the junior class and the queen was selected by boys of the senior class. Guests entered under & anopy with a dancing boy and irl silhouetted against a silver tar. They passed the lighted ountain reflecting blue lights nd over the entrance was ^a arge crescent moon in gold, ink, blue, silver and gold were sed throughout the decorations arrying out the theme. ^ The west walTof the ball roora' as in turquoise with a golden moon.. It had a flower garden in astel colors with a dancing ouple silhouetted in the garden ath. Mobile lights were used ith crescent moons and glit- ered stars in gold and silver on louds of angel hair to form the tar-studded sky. Multi-colored treamers dotted with glittering olden and silver stars were sed around the walls with ngels in pastel colors. The display cases In the cor- idors featured stairways to the tars with silhouettes of dancing igures intermingled with cres- ent moons and stars. The big windows featured silhouettes of ic court. Tables were centered with lue crescent moons under a hower of glittering stars in gold nd silver. Blue was used for oth mint cups and program overs, which showed a stairway eading to stars in the back- round. The bandstand for Bob Scott's extet from Indianapolis, who urnished music for ' dancing rom 9 o'clock to midnight, was in blue and silver. The back treamers featured pastel colored angels and the sides had uspended stars in gold and sil- •er. Queen Crowned At 11 o'clock Miss Carol Stewart was crowned Queen of the irom by the junior class president, Steve McCamment, who wesented her with a colonial >ouquet of pastel flowers with avender and silver ribbons. She was escorted to her throne of •ink and white on gold with angel hair for clouds, through an isle formed by the waitresses s the band played "Stardust". This was the theme song used liroughout the ceremony. Members of her court were Joyce Campbell, Jane Easley, Your One Stop Drug Store • DIABETIC SUPPLIES • ELASTIC SUPPORTS • PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED • FREE DELIVERY Beeson's Rexall Drug Store EAST SIDE SQUARE PHONE 662-5811 Julia Justus, Beverly Lay, Nancy Pratt and Vickie Stone. They and their escorts followed her to the dance floor for her .first dance with Steven McCamment. Sandy Hatton, Diana Kitchin, Dana O'Sullivan, Harriet Beggs, Virginia Cannon, Glenda., Stur- w.ald, Judy .Taylor, Susie Dalmbert, Brenda Reidenbach, Cheryl Scott, Art Schlemmer, Kevin Nienaber, Roland Holt, Steve Simms, David Reideman, Dick Schilling, John Holbrook, Gary Shelp, Paul Wood. Dale Boing, Ronnie Collins and Doug Hadler, members of the freshman class,' served. The girls wore blue under blue net and the boys had pink jackets with aarK trousers. Members of the Greensburg Lions Club parked cars: Guests were helped from their cars by Bobby Baker, Steve Chitwood, Daryl Smith and Mike Dodds. Tom Ogden and Larry McCammon helped keep the cars in order. They are all sonhomores. Guests included members of the faculty, school board and the class sponsors and their guests. Roger Finley, Mrs. Keith Shafer, Edwin Fleming and Al Har- rants are the junior class sponsors. A post-prom party was held at the local Elks Club by The Elks Lodge, Rotary Club and Kiwanis Club. Dance music was furnished by a combo and sandwiches and soft drinks were served from 1 to 4 a. m. EX-MAYOR DIES NEW CASTLE, Ind. (UPI) — Sidney E. Baker, 77, four-term Republican- mayor of New Castle between 1930 and 1960, died Friday in his home. Indiana Masons To Meet Tuesday Representatives of the 547 Masonic Lodges in Indiana, with visitors from 13 states, will convene at the Scottish Rite Cathedral in Indianapolis Tuesday for the annual two-day meeting of the Grand Lodge of Indiana, governing body of Freemasonry in the state. The gathering is expected to attract more than 1,000 Masons and their guests. Presiding at the business sessions will be Clyde E. Flowers, Fort Wayne, Grand Master of Masons in Indiana. Highlights will be a report on plans for the year-long observance of the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Grand Lodge in 1967-68, the announcement of a special study committee named by the board of directors of the Indiana Masonic Home to consider possible additions to the home hospital at Franklin and the colorful Grand Lodge banquet Tuesday evening at which Dr. Beryl Sales Kinser, minister of the First Christian Church at Springfield, 111., will speak. Entertainment will be provided by the Scottish Rite bodies of the state and by Murat Temple Shrine of Indianapolis. Pastors Are Assigned To Catholic Churches Pastoral assignments have been announced by the Chancery Office of the Indiana Catholic Archdiocese. Several changes of pastors and former pastors in this area are included: The Rev. Bernard W. Gerdon, who has been administrator at Holy Trinity Catholic Church at New Albany, will become pastor of the church. He served as pastor of St. Anne's Catholic Church at Hamburg from 1949 to 1951. The Rev. John Sciarra, former- pastor of St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Ripley County, has been named pastor-designate of the new St. Barnabas Parish at Indianapolis. The Rev. David Duesing, assistant pastor of St. Lawrence Parish at Lawrenceburg, will become temporary administrator of St. Nicholas parish in Ripley County. ...called yesterday; couldrit reach you. HOW . to keep your customers from saying this Make sure your telephone fedlities can handle your growing business. Perhaps all you need is an extra JuTAtanyTate, let ushelp you "telephone survey" ' your business without obligation. Public Telephone Corp. KILLED IN FALL INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — 0'- Donald Curry, an odd-jobs man at ttie Brevort Hotel, fell .50 feet from a third floor window at the hotel Friday and was killed. A coroner's report ruled death was accidental. Scottish Rite Wifl Y Observe Anniveraiy ; Scottish .Rite members, Master Masons and their families will witness and participate:'in historic rededication ceremony and program in the Scottish Rite Cathedral in Indianapolis at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. The featured speaker will be Tom C. Clark, associate justice, United. States Supreme Court. , .r'. ; It was on this exact date 100 years ago when a charter was granted for the Indianapolis Valley, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite. From only seven charter members,I it has now grown, to become the largest Scottish Rite body anywhere, with around 30,000 names on the present roster. During the past century other Indiana Valleys have also been chartered at Fort Wayne, South Bend, Evansville and Terre Haute. In order that the maximum number of people will be able to view and hear this noteworthy event, closed circuit television facilities will carry the Wednesday evening program to large screens placed in the second floor ballroom and in the lower 'floor banquet hall. ' , : Also, the Cathedral will 15 !« open for public tours from 2 to 4 p. m. Sunday, May 23, and Sunday, May 30. Moeller Is Honored As Cadet at Purdue Clarence W. Moeller Jr., spn of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vt. Moeller Sr. of Adams, has been | named an outstanding basic Air | Force ROTC cadet at Purdue | University. ' ' , I Others from this area also | so honored include:, : Gary Rich- f ard Gault, Dillsboro; James W. c | Combs, R. R. 2, Milan; and Gerald D. Kuhn, R. R. 1, Wai- <f dron. 1 THIS MODERN KITCHEN "GREW" FROM A FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT This gleaming, modern kitchen began as an IDEA in the mind of a home-maker. It didn't really begin to take form, though, until somebody DID something about it'. . What was done was to open a savings account with the specific objective of turning this idea into a reality. With each regularly-scheduled deposit (plus interest) the totals \ kept growing. The kitchen, too, "grew up" . . . from just an idea to the real thing! OUR CURRENT DIVIDEND ON SAVINGS IS..... HOME LOANS TO • BUY • BUILD • MODERNIZE • REPAIR & LOAN ASSOCIXttCfo OF GREENSBURG Decatur County's Oldest Financial Institution 212 NORTH FRANKLIN STREET ASSETS $8,254,007:92

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