Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on May 26, 1965 · Page 12
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\ PACES Creeukifl (M.) My Net,,, We**s* r , May 26,1965 Personal: Mrs. John Leising of Milroyi Mrs. George Werner of Indi- has been admitted to the Rush anapolis was a Monday evening Memorial Hospital at Rushville. supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Blare and family. Mrs. Emma Luken of Millhousen has been moved from Memorial Hospital to the home of Mrs. Rex Buchanan of 319 North Carver for convalescent care. Mrs. Fred Burns of Westport was admitted to Bartholomew County Hospital Tuesday. Her room number is 129. Mrs. James Martin of R. R. 1, Rushville is a patient at Major Hospital, Shelbyville, for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Solgere of Bedford are visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kanouse. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Romine were in Vienna, Mo., May 22, for the wedding of Mrs. Romine's niece, Miss Julia Lynn Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kanouse entertained at supper on Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Don Galbraith and Mrs. Mildred Galbraith of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Borchers left Tuesday for their home at Los Gatos, Calif., after a visit here with Mrs. B. W. Borchers. Dr. Emory E. Cochran, who has been visiting here for several days following the funeral rites for his wife, left by plane Wednesday morning for New York City. Dr. Cochran, a native of Greensburg, is a retired educator and the author of a number of textbooks in foreign languages. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hammer, father and mother of Mrs. G. R. Kemp, and her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Prusv, returned to their home at Holland today. Mr. and Mrs. Hammer have been visiting their daughter and her family since last Friday. Mrs. Prusv and her children, Martha, Janet, Carol and Donnie came Tuesday. The children remained for a few days. They were here for the commencement of their granddaughter and niece, -Miss Ann Kemp, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Kemp's uncle, Clarence Hammer and his wife of Richmond were also here for the evening. Hospita ADMITTED: Mrs Anna Green, 923 E. North; Robert Shook, Clarksburg; James Hess, R. R. 3, Greensburg; Karla Ann Sloan, Clarksburg; Mrs. Lillian Holmes, R. R. 3, Greensburg. DISMISSED: Mike Linville, 125 E. Washington; Ed Dance, fl. R. 5, Greensburg; Alcie McCracken, 130 E. North; Burney Knarr, R. R. 5, Greensburg. NEW BABIES: Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson, Westport; boy, Mr. and Mrs. David Knight, 730% E. Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kanouse entertained with an open house for a,few friends and relatives after the commencement exercises on Tuesday evening. Decorations caried out the class colors of lavender and silver. M. and Mrs. Gary Lindbow and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ayers and son, Mark, of Fort Wayne are visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lindbow. Gary has been at Camp Pendleton, Calif, and has now received his discharge from the United State Marines after three years of service. William Parks, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Parks of Greensburg wil be a member of the 1965 graduating class at San Jose College, San Jose, Calif, early in June Mr. and Mrs. Parks and daughter, Cora Mae and Mr. and Mrs. Mary Crafton of near Geneva will leave for the West Coast next Monday to attend the commencement exercises. Memorial Services At Kingston Monday The graves of veterans will be decorated at traditional Memorial Day services Monday at 10 a. m. at the Kingston Cemetery. .,, Included on the program will be the Gettysburg Address by Debbie Loudenback and a prayer and message by the Rev. Stanley Ray, pastor of the Kingston and Springhill United Presbyterian Churches. Following taps by Mike McCoy and the roll call flowers will be placed on the veterans' graves by relatives. Presiding at the service will be Charles Metz, president of the Kingston Cemetery Association. \^orth Is Selected To Study in London BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — John 0. Worth, has been selected by the Government Department of Indiana University for study at the University of London this summer. The 20 member group, Indiana Intercollegiate Study Projects, is under the direction of Professor Wendell Culkins of Wabash College and Dr. Louis E. Lambert of Indiana University. A senior, majoring in history, Worth has distinguished himself in many campus activities. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Worth of Milroy. Firemen to Seek Funds For Flogs Beginning Thursday, local firemen will make a solicitation of the Greensburg business community for funds for final payment for the American flags which are displayed in the downtown area on national holidays, it was announced today by Chief Joe Dinn. Addressing the steering committee of the Greensburg Promotional Association Tuesday the chief explained that members of the Greensburg Fire Department put up and take down the flags at no cost to the business people or citizens of the community. The flags were purchased in the fall of 1964, with the expectation that a solicitation by .the firemen would defray the cost of the flags and holders, Dinn stated. However, following the completion of the initial solicitation, it was found that the flag fund was approximately $200 short. Frank Marshall, speaking for the Greensburg Promotional Association, commented that the firemen were rendering a valu- able'service to Greensburg with their handling of the flag project and asked for the cooperation of the community in aiding them with the necessary donations to cover the flag purchase deficit. While the firemen plan a solicitation, it has been asked that those desiring to contribute to the flag fund mail their checks to Fire Chief Joe Dinn, City Hall, Greensburg, in order to simplify the solicitation, Marshall said. Halleck Will Be Honored at I. U. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPI)— Former House Republican leader Charles A. Halleck will receive an honorary doctors degree from Indiana University at commencement June 14. Halleck, a Republican from Rensselaer who has been in Congress representing the 2nd District since 1935, will become the first alumnus of IU to win both an honorary degree and a distinguished alumni service award. Also to receive honoraries at the 136th commencement are David E. Lilienthal,,. former head of the Atomic Energy Commission, and Dr. Nicholson J. Eastman, a native of Crawfordsville and graduate of lU's Medical School. Eastman is an obstetrician and consultant on population for the Ford Foundation. Doctor Is Conyictoi On Abortion Charge ; INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — T>r. Abe Scbuchman, former Indianapolis physician, and convicted panderer Jerry A. Hostefler were convicted by a Marion Criminal Court 1 jury Tuesday night on a charge of abortion and faced 3-14 year prison sentences. Schuchman, who has been an internal medicine specialist at a Los Angeles medical clinic since he left Indianapolis last year, denied on the witness stand ever having seen the woman whose story resulted in his indictment by a grand jury last July. The woman testified the doctor performed an abortion for her arranged by Hostetler as the go-between. Hostetler denied the- charge. A pre-sentence investigation was ordered by Judge Eugene M. Fife Jr. TRAFFIC CRASH A minor traffic accident on the west side of the public square was reported to police at 3 p. m. Tuesday. According to the report, the accident occurred when a car parked at the courthouse curb by Angela Hamer, 19, R. R. 2, rolled from its parked position and struck the right front door of a 1964-model sedan driven north on Broadway by Ronald Kunkel, 24, Cincinnati. Damage was confined to the Kunkel auto. Go With Greensburg Savings Are Now On At Beeson's • Thursday • Friday • Saturday Weekend Specials! SUN GLASSES All Styles Have Been Reduced GARDENIA BATH BUBBLES 3 Lbs. 59c 2-CELL FLASHLIGHT With Batteries, Now Only 98c GARDEN HOSE v "" '"""" 1/16 Diameter and Beach Float. Full 6 Foot Long AIR MATTRESS BEACH BALL vinyl. z\ men. NOW THERMOS BOTTLES BEACH TOWELS SCNTAN LOTION coppertone Size FIRST AID HT I J and J. T Type. Res ™ PQCAU Sea and ski Indoor UnCflln outdoor. Reg. $1.35 CRISS CROSS STORIES GLYCERIN AND ROSE WATER $2.99 $3.98 79c $3,39 89c $1.50 I IGNIu JUGS Hot and Cold. Pour Spout $ I .98 NOXZEMA SKIN CREAM ,, ,, SI 13 BRONZETAN SUNTAN LOTION $1.25 BATH AND SHOWER SPRAY 88c $2.55 $1.10 For All.... w9C In Plastic Bottle FLOWER WREATHS $ 1119 TO $Zi9o Memorial. Weather Proof Lotion 12 Oz. . Eastman Kodak Film For Your Holiday Pictures. Black and White and Color Prescriptions Compounded - Free Delivery - Compare and Save. Beeson's Rexall Drug Store East Side Square Phone 662-5811 Services Are Held For Infant Son VERSAILLES, Ind. — Graveside rites were held at Cliff Hffl Cemetery Tuesday morning for James W. Clark, infant son of William R. and Wilma Lou Horton Clark of Versailles. The infant boy died Monday in Kings Daughters Hospital at Madison. . The Rev. G. & McDaniel conducted the rites. Beside the parents, survivors are one sister, Lisa Ann, and one brother, Brian Ray. .Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Horton of Versailles, and the paternal grandmother is Mrs! Leslie Smith of Lawrenceburg. FIREMEN CALLED Local firemen were called at 10:40 a. m. today to extinguish a fire in a hollow tree at 502 North Broadway. No damage was reported. Rites at Rushville ForMrs.Bever,85 RUSHVILLE, Ind—Mrs. Stella Mae'Sever, 85, a resident of Rushville, died Tuesday evening in Rush Memorial Hospital. She had been a patient there since May'4. Born March 11, 1880, in Noble Township, Rush County, daughter of John D. and Mary Elizabeth Perkins Humes,' she had lived in Rush County her entire life and the past six pears in RushviUe. Her husband, Ozro, died in 1952. She was a member of the New Salem Methodist Church. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Veil (Dorothy) Bebout of Rushville and Mrs. Wayne T: (Harriett) Hall, R. R. 5 Rushville; five sons; Chase of Connersville, Cullen C.'of RushvUle with whom Mrs. Bever had made her home, Lucien of Richmond, and Richard and Thomas, both of Abilene, Tex.; 15 grand- children and several greatgrandchildren: Four sons' preceded her in-death. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Thursday in Wyatt- Moore Memorial Mortuary at Rushville. The Rev. Clifford L. Carmichael and the Rev. Richard . Merriman will officiate: Burial will be in East Hill Cemetery. The body is at the mortuary for visitation. FIRE IS FATAL INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Elmer Smith, 55, Indianapolis, died late Tuesday in a hospital from burns suffered Saturday in a fire which swept his home. The .fire also resulted in critical burns and injuries to Roosevelt Acree, 27, Indianapolis, a friend of Smith. Acree jumped from a second-story window. HEART TOLL WASHINGTON — One of three persons who dies of heart disease is under age 60. $190,000 Settlement In Traffic Crash Suit LAWRENCEBURG, Ind. (UPI) T- A $190,000 settlement was . reached Tuesday in a lawsuit involving a 1963 .traffic accident. Attorney William Pfister, Lawrenceburg, said the, suit, settled out of -court, concerned a car- truck accident on June 4, 1963, • in which Jacob Blechsiech, Rosi- Claire, Bl., was killed. Blech- siech's son John was injured in the mishap. The suit contended that : a semi-trailer belonging to the Frozen^Food Express, Inc.V of Dallas, Tex., was at fault in the accident. The case was taken to federal court in New Albany last summer by the dead man's family. Police said the accident occurred at the bottom of a hill on U. S. 50 in Aurora when the car Blechsiech was driving collided with the truck. OPEN MONDAY NITES TIL 9 . . . the big store, invites you to ... Save During Our Big "Go With Greensburg a OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS Sale Friday and Saturday! MEN'S Sport Socks Sizes I0y 2 -13. Reg. 49c. *1 MAN 'N' BOY SHOP. Ladies' Slips Large group, regularly ?5.98 $ 3" — LINGERIE DEPT. Codies' Hose Seamless. Assorted shades — HOSIERY DEPT. BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS Short Sleeve. Assorted Prints. Reg. $1.98. $100 MAN 'N' BOY SHOP. Lingerie One group, broken sizes. Slips, pajamas, }£-slips, etc. SAVE — LINGERIE DEPT. Infants' Dresses $177 Diaper sets and playwear. One group. Reg. $2.59 1 BOYS' WESTEKN JEANS 13%-Oz. Denim. Sizes 616. Reg. $2.98. $199 MAN 'N' BOY SHOP. 'Girls' Dresses One group. Values to J10.98 — INFANTS' DEPT. SAVE ! /3 — CHILDREN'S DEPT. Training Pants Sizes 1 to 6. Reg. 49c .... 3~*1 PRS. — CHILDREN'S DEPT. BOYS' LODEN ,. JEANS Sizes 6-12. Reg. $2.49. $]77 MAN 'N' BOY SHOP. 27x48 Rugs One group, reg. $2.98 and $3.98 ... $199 1 — FLOOR COVERING DEPT. Girls' Panties 100% acetate. Limited quantity. -Sizes 4-16. Reg. 59c Boys' Briefs Cotton. Sizes 6 to 12. Reg. 89c 29 — CHILDREN'S DEPT. 2» $ 1 MEN'S WESTERN JEANS 13%-Oz. Denim. Sizes 29 to 36. Reg. $3.98. $299 MAN 'N' BOY SHOP. PRS. — CHILDREN'S DEPT. Girls' Panties Nylon. One group. Sizes 6-14. Reg. 69c — CHILDREN'S DE.PT. Printed Panties Eiderlon. Sizes 4 to 12. Reg. 59c MEN'S Sport Coats Sizes 36-42. Values tc AND UP MAN 'N' BOY SHOP. Socks Triple roll. Sizes ' 6 to 9. Reg. 59c Crib Sheets White only. Reg. — LINGERIE DEPT. 3-*l — HOSIERY DEFT. 99" — INFANTS' DEPT. Mattress Pods $Ogg $Q9§ Full and twin size. Reg. $3.98 and $4.98 Comforters Dacron. Beautiful / selection. Reg. $7.98 .... L ','3' -BEDDING DEPT. 5 — BEDDING DEPT. Sheet Blankets White only. Non-allergenlc. Reg. ?2.29 ...:........ __. — BEDDING DEPT. 98 Blanket Spreads Morgan Jones. All-cotton. Assorted colors. Reg. $14.98 — BEDDING DEPT. '10 HIGH QUALITY MUSLIN Bleached and Unbleached. Reg. 39c — PIECE GOODS DEPT. CROCHET THREAD Large Selection of Colors. Values to 3Sc. Price — DRYGOODS DEPT. Rug Runners Assorted colors. Reg. S4.98 $359 — FLOOR COVERING DEPT. Pillow Cases One group, regularly $1.49 pair. Special, pair $100 1 Towels Terry Kitchen towels. Reg. 49c each, now .... Dishcloths Package of six, reg. $1.00 value — BEDDING DEPT. 3- $ l — LINEN DEPT. 77' LARGE SELECTION PATTERNS A Line We Are. Discontinuing. Price — DRYGOODS DEFT. Bath Towels Beautiful selection, plain and printed. Reg. $1-19 .... Wash Cloths Limit 10 per customer. Reg. 15c each, while they last Bath Mats "Wet Feet." Foam rubber back. Reg. $1.98 — LINEN DEPT. 2-1 — LINEN DEPT. 5 "• 35 DECORATOR PILLOWS Large Group, Assorted Fabrics and Colors. Zipper Covers. Reg. $2.49. — DRAPERY DEPT. — LINEN DEPT. GROUP OF THROW PILLOWS Assorted Fabrics and Colors. Reg. $1.98. 88* — DRAPERY DEPT. — LINEN DEPT. Bed Pillows Foam rubber with zipper cover. Reg. $4.98 2" — BEDDING DEPT. 3-PC. BATH MAT SETS Wide Selection of Colors. Reg. $4.98. ,99 — DRYGOODS DEPT. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Short Sleeves. Assorted Prints. Reg. $1.98. $1QO MAN 'N' BOY SHOP. PRINTED Towel Sets • ASSORTED COLORS WASH CLOTH REG. 39c, NOW -. HAND TOWEL. KQjt REG. 79c, NOW ........ V0V BATH TOWEL 7Qfk REG.' 98C, NOW I9C — LINEN DEPT. SHOP IN A COOL AIR-CONDITIONED STORE 1865 1965 Owned ond Operated by Major T. Jerter Co. Greensburg's Oldest and Largest Department'Store THERMAL WEAVE BLANKETS Assorted Colors. Reg. $6.98. —BEDDING' DEPT.

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