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May 24, 1965

Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 5

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Wins Grant ToHaiwver Miss Anita Reidenbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reidenbach of. R. R. 7, has been named recipient of a $250 grant to Hanover College. The grant, provided by the •John Quincy Donnell Fund, is available to students from Decatur County attending Hanover Set Hornbrook Rites Tuesday Woman, 92, Known By Local Residents Funeral services for Mrs. Grace Smith Hornbrook, about 92, long active in civic affairs at Indianapolis, will be held at 11 a. m. Tuesday in Meridian Street Methodist Church there. Burial will be in Crown Hffl Cemetery. Friends may call at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Maxwell (Margaret) Coppock, 3224 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis. Mrs. Hornbrook died Saturday in the home of her daughter. Known by many residents of reensburg, Mrs. Hornbrook was a sister of the late Mrs. Katherine Smith Minear and had visited here many times. Her sister was the wife of the late Sherman Pool Minear, for many years head of Minear Dry Goods Company in Greensburg. A lifelong resident of Indianapolis, Mrs. Hornbrook was a member of the Meridian Street Methodist Church at Indianapo- Winners of Scholarships Us for 77 years. She was the wi- of Henr y HaUam Horn - College and it is renewable. . Miss Reidenbach, a Greensburg High School senior, also, Mrs Hornbrook was __ \ias been awarded the D. A. R. j a t e d from DePauw University -Good Citizen Award for Decaturlwith the Class of 1894, and was County, a $600 Indiana Elks I a member of Kappa Alpha Theta scholarship and a $200 Tri Kappa \ So *? Tit y ., . ,. h ^ r She had been a member of th j board of the Marion County Tu berculosis Association for man; years andl was honorary chair man of the association's Julia Jameson Nutrition Camp. Sh also was a member of the Indi anapolis Woman's Club,. Forl nightly Literary Club, Contem porary Club, the Players and the Society of Indiana Pioneers. Survivors, besides the daugh ter, include two granddaughters Mrs. Joseph L. Fisher or Arling ton, Va., and Mrs. Calvin S Hamilton of Los Angeles, Calif, and 10 great-grandchildren. ident of the local National Honor Society and the Latin Club. Three Motorists Gted by Police Three motorists have been cited by local police to appear in City Court here May 29 for arraignment on speeding counts filed against them over the weekend. They are: Gary L. Herbert, 16, R. R. 3, who was halted on West First at 11:05 a. m. Saturday; Maurice T. Giddings, 27, Greensburg, on North Broadway at 10:25 a. m. Saturday; and Juanita L.. Perkins, 21, R. R. 8, on North Broadway at 2:25 p. m Saturday. Weather (Continued from Page Onfi Widespread showers and thunderstorms soaked much of the nation today. Parts of Nebraska braced for lowland flooding while stodaaea-e-. warnings-werg continued in parts of the Central Plateau. Heaviest Rain The heaviest rain was centered near the east slope of the Central Rockies. The storms pushed out across Nebraska, dousing Sidney, Neb., with 1.23 inches during the night. Cold, wet weather with snow was forecast above the 7,000 foot level in the Rockies. Several tornadoes were reported on the Plains Sunday night. Buildings were destroyed when a twister ripped through New England, N.D. Winds up to 75 miles per hour were reported at Fort Morgan, Colo., where large trees were uprooted. Fort Morgan was also hit with 1.80 inches of rain in a half hour Sunday night. Flash flooding was reported north and east of the city. In Nebraska, the Big Blue River was expected to crest tonight nearly three feet above flood stage. The state's adjutant general warned residents to beware of flash flooding. Two twisters were reported at Mermentau, La., Sunday caused no damage. but Services Tuesday For Mrs. Eva Kelly, 80 COLUMBUS, Ind. — Funeral services for Mrs. Eva Viola Kelly, 80, of R. R. 8, Colum bus, will be held at 10 a. m Tuesday in Barkes & Inlow Fu neral Home at Columbus. Burial will be in East Hill Cemetery a Rushville. The body is at the funeral home for visitation. dre\UJr Kelly, died at 8'a.~m Saturday in Bartholomew County Hospital at Columbus. In ill health for a year, she had been in a serious condition for 10 days. Mrs. Kelly was born Aug. 12 1884 in Jefferson County to Van and Susan Wright. She was married to Mr. Kelly in 1900 and he died Oct. 30, 1947. She had lived in Bartholomew County three years. Mrs. Kelly spent her early life in the Osgood community and was a member of the Osgood Baptist Church. She had resided at Rushville and Carthage before locating at Columbus. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Dick Gulley of R. R. 8, Co lumbus and Mrs. Walter Heidecker of Bellefontaine, Ohio; three brothers, Goldie Roberts of Rushville, James Roberts of Indianapolis and Samuel Roberts of California; two sisters, Mrs. Mayme Staggs of Hojton and Mrs. Grace Hess of Indianapolis; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. A son Earl Kelly, died in 1962. For Society, call 663-3111. We are pleased to announce that James L. Conwell Has joined our organization Mr. Conwell's Office Will Remain At ... 421 North Franklin St. Greensburg, Indiana And he has a direct telephone connection with our Columbus office. Thus, he can provide you with up-to-the-minute security prices and other news. Phone 662-8622. Most-important, J. J. B. Hilliard & Sons offers an investment philosophy gained over the. past 93 years of conscientious care for investors' needs. We sincerely hope you will phone or visit our office and make use of our investment facilities. DIRECT LINE FOR QUOTES J., J. B. MILLIARD « SON • Loiilcvlll* • Lexington • Owcnsboro • Hopfcln»lll« Bloomington — Columbus — Greensburg MEMBER New York Stock Exchange MEMBER Midwest Stock Exchange MEMBER American Stock Exchange fireensburg (Ind.) Daft News.JjogjjMjiy 24, tfftS mis Hints From Br HELOISE CRUSE Miss Cutsinger Two Greensburg High School seniors have been named recipients of state fee-remission scholarships to Ball State University. They are: Miss Ronda Cutsinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cutsinger, Greensburg; and Miss Linda Davidson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson, Greensburg. Miss Davidson is a member of National Honor Society. Both girls will enter Ball State University this fall. Miss Cut singer plans to major in business education and Miss Davidson in elementary education. Rules Gun Deaths Murder, Suicide FEO~RA, Ind. (UPD— Carroll County Coroner James Sullivar has ruled the deaths of Herschel Nale, 53, R.R. 1, Camden, and his estranged wife, Alice Pauline Nale, 49, Flora, a murd'er- suicide. Police said they found the Nales in Mrs. Nale's apartment here, both fatally wounded with a shotgun. They said a neigh- jor of the woman's, Mrs. Martha Root, told them she saw Nale walking up an outside stairway of the apartment Duilding with a shotgun. Authorities said Mrs. Root :old them she saw Nale go into ;he building and then heard three shots moments later. Mrs. Root said' she then called the Carroll County sheriff's office. When authorities arrived at the apartment, they found Nale in the kitchen with a shotgun wound in the head and the woman in a bedroom, shot twice, in the leg and heart. Authorities said Mrs. Nale lad six children, four living at iome and two in Lafayette. They said the couple was separated pending a divorce. Armed Forces Short Of Recruiting Goals WASHINGTON (UPI) — Tha armed services fell 36,000 men short of their first recruiting joals during the first 10 months of.the fiscal year ending July 1 with only the Marines scoring .00 per cent in signing up new Leathernecks. The Defense Department said during the weekend that the Vavy obtained 72,000 first en- istees against its goal of 87,000; he Army got 78,600 recruits gainst a goal of 94,000, and the jr Force signed up 64,500 out of a goal of 70,484. The Marines set a goal of 26,500 first enlistments and got every one. Don't forget to have your prescriptions refilled before you go on your summer vacation. Rely on our Rexall Pharmacist for excellent servics. Yoor( larmacy BEESON'S REXALL DRUG STORE East Side Sq. Ph. 662-5811 Dear Heloise: . If you have trouble squeezing that last bit from a tube of shampoo, all you have to do is STAND the tube on the flat end (either in a glass or up , against something such as the back of the medicine cabinet), and the next time you wish to use it ... just cut the bottom of the tube off with a pair of scissors and all the remaining shampoo comes out easily. Nothing wasted. M. Starr And, if you turn on your hoi water faucet and let some hot water run down through the opening into the tube (the pressure from the faucet will allow his), shake it a bit, then let t set, you will get twice a much. This stuff is concentrated, you know. And this will work on any product which comes in tubes, bottles, etc. Heloise Dear Heloise: For those of us who cook outdoors, I have found the perfect way to clean that messy barbecue grill after using it. As soon as the grill cools, just lay it on the grass and leave it over night. The dew works like magic. It will be so easy to wash the next morning that you will* be amazed. Alice Steely Dear Heloise: My husband painted our garage, but carelessly left the opened paint can and brush where my young son, Johnny, could get to it. Johnny decided to imitate his daddy, so he painted our tool shed. His pants and jacket, as well as the shed and the lawn surrounding it, are a MESS! What's a mother to do ... to remove the paint from his clothing? . . . Daddy will have to clean up on the outside. Aggie To remove^ paint, soak article, in "good cleaning fluid as sporf as possible. Never allow paint to dry. There are many different kinds of paint, and they contain different kinds of chemicals. Read label on container and see if a certain solvent is recommended as a thinner; It possibly* will remove the stain. Turpentine can also be used. While stain is still wet with the solvent, work some neutral detergent into the fabric and place fabric in hot water and let soak 24 hours. If any paint remains, lay a pad soaked in solvent over the damaged spot for 30 minutes. Remove pad and massage spot with spoon. Add detergent if necessary. If any stain remains, sponge with one part alcohol with two parts water. Always be sure to SPOT TEST a hidden spot first to see if it is safe for the material and to follow instructions and cautions on the container. Heloise LETTER OF TRUTH Dear Heloise: When my babies were little, I spanked them x so much that half FREIGHT CAR DERAILED PENDLETON, Ind. (UPI) — Only slight damage was caused Sunday when one car of a 17- car New York Central Railroad freight tram derailed near here. Authorities said the last car on he train remained coupled and bounced along the track for about three miles before finally tumb- ing down an embankment. of the time they did not know why they were getting spanked! And, if you momers do no believe this, spank your babj for something, then ask him "Why did I spank you?" "'- :;••• - . . ..--..•• MOthe .Isn't she a wonderful mothe to realize that? Heloise Dear Heloise: In the kitchen, aluminum foil is my best friend. It's dispos able, ho washing necessary, an< to me worth the penny for time and effort saved. I never use a plain cookie sheet; instead, I put a sheet of foil'over the oven shelves when I bake cookies, biscuits, etc. Haven't used a pan lid for a long time: I mold a tight cover of foil over the pan. When necessary, I use a fork to punch holes in the foil so the steam can-escape: No boil-over results, anc most of the nutritional' values are saved, as well. This is espe- cialy useful when you have a pot which has no matching lid to fit. Dian Diggs Heloise welcomes all mail, especially household .hints which she can pass on to readers as space permits. However, because of the tremendous volume 01 mail she receives daily, Heloise is unable to answer all individual letters. She will answer readers^ questions in her column whenever possible. Address letters to: Heloise, c/o The Daily News. Copyright, 1965. Kine Features Syndicate, Inc. 4-H News Silver Belle The recent meeting of the Sil ver Belle 4-H Club was held at the home of Anna and Brenda Williams. The pledges to the flags were led by Debbie Washburn and Anna Williams. Brenda Williams gave the health and safety report and Anna Williams presented a demonstration on the art of making cookies. The next meeting will be June ft, ••.... :'.,...... .. , Hillcresters Ten members and two adult leaders attended the recent meeting of the Hillcresters 4-H Club held at the home of Mrs. Robert Schoettmer. A motion to assess dues ol ten cents at each meeting was passed. Sherry Wenning gave the health and safety report. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Robert Schoettmer June 3. Eager Beavers Officers were installed at the recent meeting of the Eager Beavers 4-H Club at the fairgrounds. They are: Russell Scheibler Jr., president; Tom Fitch, vice president; Allen Jones, secretary and treasurer; Gary Dove, reporter: William Hitchcock, recreation; Tim McFarland, song leader; Roger Comingore, tiealth leader; and John Stuhrenberg, safety leader. The next meeting will be at the fairgrounds June 2. Tree City Trampers . Sixteen members attended the recent meeting of the Tree City Trampers 4-H Club at the home of Bertrand Luken. The pledges to the flags were led by Edward Deiwert and Jim Spurling was in charge of recreation. The next meeting will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand Luken June 21. THIS EMBLEM tells you that we we in » position to render any type of banking service. CaU on m any time we may be of assistance in any way. USE OUR DRIVE- UP WINDOW 5-24 • FirtstwM Tirar • &Mf Ctwn • Brake Service • Engine Tune-up • Wheel Alignment • Wheel Balancing • Lubrication • Battery Service • Phileo Radio* • Phileo Television* 225 E. Main, Greeubnt Phone 10410 HONOR THE MEMORY of Your Departed Loved Ones FRIDAY, MAY 28 THE GREENSBURG DAILY NEWS WILL PUBLISH A SPECIAL IN MEMORIAM ON THE DAIJLY NEWS CLASSIFIED PAGE Nothing is more fitting or of greater tribute to the loved one who has passed on, than an In Memoriam notice. In the sincere hope of rendering helpful service to those who desire to run appropriate In Memoriam notices for Memorial Day we will' publish on Friday, May 28th, a special "Memorial Day Remembrance." It is a beautiful gesture of love and devotion to the memory of a mother, father, wife, husband, daughter, son, or those beyond the immediate family circle, faithful friends and kin. The name of each fallen Veteran will be preceded by a star. Notation will be made of his rank and organization in which he served. Bring in your copy now ... Or not later than 9 a. m. ; Friday, May 28 CHARGE WILL BE ONLY $1.50 FOR 30 WORDS OR LESS. 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