Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on May 26, 1965 · Page 13
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 13

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 26, 1965
Page 13
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Years Ago From Greensburg Standard Files, Week Df ; »Iay 22, 1925 Mabel "Fork,-'daughter' of Mr and Mrs. Dan EoSrd, was quite ill of pneumonia. Benny. Sedgwick had returnee home from Indianapolis where he had undergone treatment, for mad dog bites. Miss Margaret Alice Lowe was named.,winner of first prize in the Nelson Mowrey English contest at the local high school. The Misses Erma Lowe and Mary Bird were members of the graduating class of St. Vincent School of Nursing at Indianapolis. Marshall Richey, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Richey had graduated from Indiana College of Pharmacy at Indianapolis. Mrs. Esther Schrader, Batesville, underwent emergency surgery for gall stones at the local hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas • Pool spent the day at Cincinnati. The Christian Church attendance Sunday was reported to be 233 and the Baptist Church had attendance of 397. Baccalaureate services for 5( G. H. S. graduates was held at the Baptist Church. Rev. J. Hub bard Morton, Baptist minister gave the address on "Be Not Weary In Well Doing." John Schaufler received $13.33 for a perfect score in the manual training contest for 9th and 10th grade students. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Coy of - Sandusky were parents of a baby boy. "Sally" was the name of the movie showing at the local theatre. Martha Gentry, 77. was buried at Milford cemetery Sunday, May 17. Decatur County's first mother and daughter banquet was held at the Methodist Church with 76 present. Miss Doris Scripture was toast mistress for the program with Miss Arabelle Ely as Gricnsburg-dnd.) toft News. WeJ M ,.by, May 26, 1965 PACE 21 Feminine Horizon— "• • . *? ;t ""' •* i ? ^ *' ' Most Kitchens Will By HORTENSE MYERS INDIAtfAPOLIS (UPI) — A prediction that kitchens in mos homes will be carpeted within the next couple decades came today—from a man. Bob Markland, a-Detroit in- ;erior decorator with Hoosier roots, based his prediction on :he reaction of women in whose lomes he already has installed kitchen carpets duriiig the past seven years. Markland, who also has of- iees in Florida, was born in Anderson and -attended grade in Columbus. .His father, painter, moved to Detroit ivhen Bob was a boy, and it in that city he began his career 27 year's ago pianist. The northeastern section of Decatur County suffered several thousand dollars damage Saturday afternoon when hit by a se- vere hail storm. Bernard Stier and Willard McQueen both suffered head bruises from hail reported to be nearly as large as hen eggs. Reuben Gibson and son, James, and daughter. Mrs. Nettie Hoskins of Milton, Iowa, were visiting Mrs. Abbie Powner and son, Elmer. A large crowd attended the cornerstone laying ceremonies at the new $25,000 Christian Church at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Montgomery and children escaped injury when their Ford touring car crashed through a hitch rack on the northeast corner of the square. Dan Edkins, student at Franklin College, was one of two candidates for editor of "The Franklin." college paper. Mrs. George Deiwert was reelected County President at the annual convention held in the Westport Baptist Church. Dean George W. Brown, Indianapolis, was guest speaker Sunday at the Christian Church. Mr. Brown had served as missionary in India from 1900 to 1917. Timothy James, 15 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John James, died at Alert from appendicitis. Go Layton's This Weekend Yes. As You Go With Greensburg, Go With Layton's. Swimwear Friday and Saturday Only, Now Reduced . . . Straw Hats Dress Straws and Fun Filled Type. We Have Them All. Shorts From Plains To The 'In" Madras. They're All Available Now At Layfon's And Sport Shirts In All The Latest Styles, Colors And Patterns. See Us Today. Let's Go-Go With Greensburg! LAYTON'S Store For Men WEST SIDE SQUARE "About seven years ago in Florida, a woman with a heart ailment asked me about carpet in her kitchen," Markland said. "At that time, no special carpet for kitchens had been developed, but now there are two types, one tested and the other being tested." Markland said that the experience of the women who work in carpeted kitchens has been that it is less tiring physically than working on a tile or linoleum floor. "There is less breakage and less clatter, too," he said. "But the important thing is that the muscles of the legs do not get as tired. The danger of slipping on grease and t falling is removed, also." On the first order for a carpeted kitchen, Markland used a nylon carpet. He reported that the customer 1 , whose physician had told her to stay out of the kitchen because of her heart, was able to spend much of each day there after 'the carpet was installed without becoming exhausted. Don't Hold Grease "Now there are acetate, or man-made fibers, coming on the market which are especially made for kitchens," Markland said. The carpets are tightly woven and do not hold grease. They come in inexpensive : prices and you can wipe up something you spill with a detergent, just as you would mop ybiir ~tile floor." Markland's present assignment in his native state plunged him into a nostalgic recollection of the parlors — not the kitchens—of his grandmothers at Columbus and Kokomo. He was the decorator for a new Indianapolis restaurant which opens Thursday. Since the restaurant takes its name from Hoosier poet James Whitconib Riley, Markland's assignment was to reproduce the decor of the Victorian par- red velvet chairs, pur- ple sofas beaded curtains—and carpets. "I wanted to carpet the kitchen here, too," Markland said today. ''But that idea was turned down. But I am putting a runner of the new carpeting which is being tested in the kitchen here." See McCoy & Douglas For Full-Driving Power SUMMER GET-READY SERVICE • BUICK « OLDS • PONTIAC PHONE 663-6621 ToPostd,Post '•WASHINGTON" : .(UPI) — Elmer McLain has been named the first Negro to head a major division of the Post-Office Department. McLain, a "member of the Personnel -Bureau's Board of Appeals and Review, was named chairman of the board Tuesday. He succeeded Hollis Bach, appointed, director of employment, and, placement. this week buy the finest, freshest chocolates from the YJVICA the rest of the year buy Russell Stover Candies here... MTFEBTGN'S West Side Drug Store ~ "Supe r .RIfhP Quality Boy now for the DOUBLE HOLIDAY! Closed Monday, May 31st Turkey Roast 89* Jk • ffV ft Semi-Boneless 8T012-LB.AVG. 63 LB. What makes these hams such an outstanding holiday "value? They're "Super-Right" Quality! Each is cut from tender-meated young porkers and cured and smoked until perfectly delicious! And low-priced, too! BONELESS 4 TO 5-LB. AVG. LB. 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LB . 59c Korn Kurfs Pretzek i Cold Cups Beverages 6 49 C $1 Dill Pickles OEELISH HAMBURGER SLICES QT. 29c FUDGSICLES OR O IM AO AI * C *l 3S ' FT *)C CHEERIOS-SPECIAL \L PKG. 4YC AlUIIIIIHini TOII WONDERFOIL ROLL Z3C Cooked Shrimp ^r.r, 69c ——FROZEN FOODS— Morton Dinners 14.8. ADAMS BAG BEEF, TURKEY, CHICKEN, I1.0Z. MEAT LOAF PKG. VfdfflGS SUNNVFIELD . . . PKC. lU Libby Lemonade 6 ^ 59 C Grape Juice «, . 3 £ 49' Charcoal Briquets ^ 20 £ 99c HALTER BAG ATE Charcoal Lighter ... CYL? NU DER 29c BONDWARE MZ.40 COUNT 49C PldtOS P^R^INCH ... 40 COUNT 49C JANC NWKIl-UB,t-OI.-l"SIZE Blueberry PieH49' JANE PARKER 1-U. 10AVB Potato Chips 59' Potato Bread 2 - 39< A different bread with a distinctive flavor. Try it toasted! . JANE PARKER SANDWICH OR JANE PARKER TWIN PACK Frankfurter Rolls Banana Nut Loaf JANE PARKER TWIN PACK 1-LB. BOX I2.L29 CAKES IN PKG. 79- OUR FINEST QUALITY Sharp Cheese 69" i Sliced Cheeses V 2 K°c z 47' 15 & 10 CHEDDAR MEL-O-BIT PROCESSED GOLDEN RISE Biscuits 2-LB.9-OZ. ANN PAGE WITH TOMATO SAUCE CAN Beans Tomato Soup Salad Dressing ANN PAGE FINE FOODS 29. 10' ANN PAGE. CAN ANN PAGE FRENCH PINT ^^C OR ITALIAN . BOTTLE «|V New Red Potatoes SENSATIONAL PRICE OUR OWN BRAND FLAVOR TESTED HEATRTY & VIGOROUS SO NICE ICED! TEA BAGS A99cVALUE SUNNYBROOK GRADE A Large Eggs DOZ. 39' A&P VACUUM PACKED SPECIAL! 2 ^1.39 CAN I Sttttissoe i,oo« . ... . . . . . 4 reiu 49c Scot Family Napkins 2 «£„ 29e CMMiiMi tastwt Breakfast^..6 ,„ Tie Mi-_PfUCES 600D THRU SATURDAY, MAY », INS n« eiut tn«KTie t none m toomir. me.

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