Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on May 20, 1965 · Page 8
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PACE 8 CretMbwv (M.) Dafty News, Thursday, May 20,1965 Death Claims John Pattern Retired Farmer, 91, Was County Native Personals Ben Jackson of Indianapolis was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Meyers and family. John E. Patton, 91, died at Earl Platt of Adams under- 9:30 a. m. Thursday in Rushvillei went eye surgery hi the Rush Nursing Home at Rushville He! Count y Hospital Wednesday. His had been in a serious condition room number is 228. since February. Prior to entering the nursing home he had lived for eight years with a daughter, Mrs. Sam Kirkpatrick on R. R. 6, Rushville. A native of Decatur County, he was the son of Samuel andj Neil Lanane of West Sheridan underwent surgery at the Rush County Hospital, Rushville, Wednesday. Mrs. May McCullough of Westport was dismissed from Bartholomew County Hospital Wednes- Mary Humes Patton. He was! born on Dec. 29,1873. Most of his life had been spent day. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gholson of Westport are the parents of a Township, Rush [baby girl born at Bartholomew County Hospital Wednesday. in Richland County. For several years he had op-, „ ,-,,.„,. , „ . , . . , ,.,,-, Mrs. Elsie Ralston of Greens- erated a hardware store at Mil- burg underwent surgery at tne roy. He had engaged in farming I Methodist Hospital at Indianapo- for many years. Mr. Patton was a member of the Milroy Methodist Church. On Aug. 6, 1901, he was married to Mattie Hood. His wife passed away on Nov. 7, 1957. The survivors include: A son, Clifford E. Patton of Orlando, Fla., two daughters, Mrs. Sam (Mary) Kirkpatrick of R. R. 6, Rushville and Mrs. Robert (J"ne Elouise) McKale of O'Fallon, Mo.; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Three brothers' and two sisters preceded him hi death. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday hi Moster & Sons Mortuary at Rushville. The Rev. E. Stanley McKee and the Rev. Elvis L. North will officiate. Burial will be in East Hill Cemetery at Rushville. Visitation at the mortuary will be after 2 p. m. Friday. 400 Memberships Gained in Y Drive Approximately 400 new mem : berships and renewals were secured during the annual Decatur County YMCA membership drive. The Y membership now stands at 1.302. The new memberships and renewals exceeded by approximately 100 the membership drive goal of 300. George Parks, general secretary, said today there are numerous other families contacted during the drive who have indicated their interest hi a family membership qualifying them for training programs and family events available at the Y. A breakdown of the membership drive shows 173 new memberships, with the balance renewals. . Earl Brewer served as chairman of the membership drive. Team captains were James McGrath, Oliver Hunter, Morgan Miers, Mrs. Barbara Blare, Mrs. Kay Theller. Leonard Comingore and Carl Harrison. Enrollment Date Is Set for IU Courses High school seniors of Decatur County planning to enroll for the college level classes offered by Indiana University at the Columbus High School this summer are to register June 15. Registration will be from 5:30 to 8 p. m. at the Columbus High School. Students should be prepared at the time of registration to pay their fee of $15 per semester hour and to purchase the required textbooks, it was ex plained. Those who have been admitted to Indiana University should bring evidence of such admission when they register for the summer classes. It was pointed out that since the university is giving some marginal students graduating from high school an opportunity to try one or more college courses this summer, those who have not been admitted but are recommended by their pWncipa! or counselor to attempt such courses, may enroll also. Services Set Friday For Gerald F. Deer Funeral services for Gerald F. Deer, 54, will be held at 11 a. m. Friday in Northminster Presbyterian Church at Indianapolis. The Rev. Harry Lindquist will officiate. Burial will be hi Crown Hill Cemetery at Indianapolis. Visitation is at Planner & Buchanan Broad Ripple Mortuary at Indianapolis. Mr. Deer, who died at Indianapolis Tuesday afternoon as the aftermath of a heart attack, was the husband Of the former Katherine Douglas of Greensburg. Mr. Deer was known by many residents of Greensburg and community. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas R. Gilliland of Greensburg and Mrs. Max Clifton of Muncie plan to attend the funeral rites. I lis Wednesday. Her room number is B-620. Ensign and Mrs. Alan Crebo are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alden Westhafer, while en route from Texas to Jacksonville, Fla., where he will be stationed. Members of the Merry Mother's Club of Jackson Township were on tour to Cincinnati, 0. Wednesday and appeared on "The Good Morning" radio program. Lori Ann is the name given the daughter born May 14 to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baker of Indianapolis. Mrs. Baker and daughter are staying a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Goodwin, on West Main. Word has been received here that Mrs. Anna Lines of Elkhart has been admitted to the hospital after suffering a paralytic stroke. Her address is Elkhart General Hospital, Elkhart, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fritsch of Batesville, who were married 50 years ago on May 11, held an informal reception at their home during the weekend. Mrs. John H. Bruewer of Greensburg was among the relatives who attend ed the event. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hunter and Mrs. Saralie Payne of Greensburg and Mrs. Robert Morrison of Shelbyville have returned home after attending the wedding of Miss Jo Minio and Scott Buell in Philadelphia and visiting the World's Fair in New York City. Miss Julia Wunker of Greensburg is listed among the hostesses for a "Class Night" dance at the Woodstock Club at Indianapolis on June 9. A member of the 1965 graduating class at Tudor Hall, Miss Wunker is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wunker and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Henkle. Hospita ADMITTED: Alvin Arnold, Middletown, 0.; Mrs. Stella McNew, 1031 N. Anderson; John Wenning, R. R. 2, Greensburg; Brian Thackery, R. R. 7, Greensburg; Susan Mitchell, Versailles; Mary Ann Mitchell, Versailles; Mrs. Florence Brill, 112 W. North; Charles Fightmaster, 410 N. Broadway. DISMISSED: Mrs. Everett Burton and daughter , 212 E. Railroad. NEW BABY: Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Blankman, 629 E. Main. Services Are Held For Henry Combs Friends and relatives attended the funeral services here Wednesday afternoon for Henry Clay Combs, 76, for many years a resident of Decatur County. The Rev. Gordon E. Masters, pastor of the First Christian Church, officiated. Burial was hi Milford Cemetery. The casket bearers were: Ivan Matlock, Robert Matlock, Paul Fields, Herman Fields, Lowell Williams and Erlie Gulley. Assorted Goodies OAKDALE, Calif. ((UPI) — Raymond P. Baca was booked hi city jail on a drunk charge when police found him hanging onto a telephone pole with the following items tucked hi his belt: An empty bottle, pocket knife, safety razor — and a dead fish. Negro Is Elected by Baptists SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) —A Negro minister from Connecticut was elected a national officer of the American Baptist Ministers Council Wednesday in a move apparently supporting a drive for greater integration within the religious convention. The Rev. William M. Philpot, 37, .a graduate of the Yale Divinity School and pastor of a church in New Haven, was selected as one of three regional vice presidents of the council. He is the first Negro so honored in the organization's 30- year history. The selection was made at the opening session of the American Baptist Convention's 58th annual meeting. More than 10,000 delegates from 43 states and Puerto Rico are attending the five-day meeting. Dr. Edwin H. Tuller, the convention's general secretary, said the selection of Philpot to the influential council was "significant." "We are making every effort to involve Negroes in all aspects of the life and work of American Baptists," he said. The Rev. Francis W. Trimmer of West Lafayette, Ind., "who was unable to attend the meeting, -was elected president of the convention. The Rev. Arthur L. Slikeu of Lincoln, Neb., was re-elected secretary, and the Rev. Lloyd P. Frederick of Palmyra, N.J., was named treasurer. Other new regional vice presidents, in addition to Philpot, included Malcolm E. Haughey, of Berkeley, Calif., and the Rev. Franz E. Oerth of Waterloo, Iowa. Traffic Accidents Killed 3,400 in March CHICAGO (UPI) — The National Safety Council said today that 3,400 persons died in highway accidents across the nation during March. The figure was 340 higher than for February, but 3 per cent lower than March .1964. The council said about 350,000 persons received injuries hi March auto accidents that disabled them beyond the day of the accident. (Continued from Page One) man, Forrest Brown and Joe Stearns, all of North Vernon. 1 president Speaks A highlight of the program was an address by President Shera on'the responsibilities of the institutional representative to Scouting in his sponsoring institution and to the overall Scouting program. An institutional representative, Shera Circuit Court In the complaint on note filed by Time Finance Company against John and Louise Barrett a petition for garnishment was filed and the defendants were ordered to answer June 3. The Columbus Engineering Company was ordered to answer interrogatories on or before June 3. A complaint for possession and damages of $100 has been filed by Dwain Cochran, doing business as Shelby Travel Trailer Center, against Melvin and Dorothy Rash. By agreement of parties hi the complaint on note filed by Capital Finance Corporation against William Gemmill and Ethel Gemmill a judgment was rendered for the plaintiff who is to recover from the defendants $406.17, plus interest. A final report submitted in the estate of the late Terressa E. Throp was approved and the estate was continued for report of distribution. 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William Meyers, executive board members, gave the invocation /and the Scouters were welcomed by Wilbur - Beemari, Shawnee District chairman. A progress report for 1964 was given by Shera and the nominating committee's report was submitted by James Laudus, a member of the executive board. The next board meeting was announced for 7:30 p. m. June 16 at the council service center. Chain Is Cut, Mower Stolen Glenn Bleile, 232 West Washington, reported to police a 20-inch red and white lawn mower had been stolen from his garage sometime since^ Monday. He reported the handle of the lawn mower was chained to the garage and the chain had been cut. Second Set of Twins* -| In Less Than Year j MARION, Ind. (UPI)—An 18-J year-old wife gave birth ^Kednes-] day to her second set of twins in-less than a year. "< Mr: and Mrs. Russell Watson,< Fairmount, became parents of; a girl and a boy last May 294 Just 355 days later, another boy; and girl were born to them ini Marion General Hospital. 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