Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on May 28, 1965 · Page 5
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 5

Greensburg, Indiana
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Friday, May 28, 1965
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PACE 4 Greensburg (M.) toft New*, friJafi May 28,196* The Social Circle By MARY K. EMMERT Shiloh Lodge . Shiloh Rebekah Lodge No. 560 met at the Kiwanis Building, Westport, with 15 members present/ The pledge of allegiance was given and cards sent to absent members. A joint memorial service is being planned with the Oddfellows for the next meeting. Refreshments were served. x Reception Mrs. Mariam Konzelman held a reception in honor of her son, Steve, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olin Konzelman. Roses were used on the serving table and lavender and silver, senior class colors, were used in decorating the cake which was served with ice cream, tea and coffee. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Evert W. Konzelman, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Meek, Mrs. Mary Jones, Miss Nancy Konzelman, Dale Mathew, and Mrs. Jennie Taylor. 58JB GREENSBURG, INDIANA CALL 663-5583 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SUN., MON., TUES. KAYLEY / JOHN / / MILLS / MILLS JAMES MaGARIHUR about Spring r ^-^/ •IMjfJfM*If^^fl co-stajring / ^ Gisst appearance o! LIONEL JEFFRIESmw / DAVID TOMLINSON ft Ornta Rentals tti Picture KM •h Alan Bram (WocliM •/Universal Release H*i ."' Birthday Surprise Mrs. Raymond Longstreet was the recipient of several birthday gifts when the members of the Golden Rule Class surprised her at her home in Adams Thursday evening. The group went to the social rooms of the Adams Methodist Church later in the evening for birthday cake and coffee. x Barbecue Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer entertained with a barbecue supper in honor of the first birthday of their daughter, April Dawn. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. William Ashley and children of Shelbyville, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Meyer and son, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Meyer and son, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coy and children and the Misses Connie and Millie Wagner and Jane Bockleman. —— y Entertains Grandson Danny Barker who is leaving for the Navy today, was honored by his grandparents Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Wednesday, Mrs. Myrtle Barker was hostess for a dinner at the Shelbyville Chicken and Steak Inn. Others present were Danny's parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Donn Barker and Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gardner of East Central had Danny and his parents and brother for supper Thursday evening. x Entertained . Mr. and Mrs. Don Barker and son, Robert, of Park'Road entertained at dinner for their son Danny, a 1965 graduate of Greensburg Community High School, who has enlisted in the Navy and' leaves today for Great Lakes Naval Training Center. Those present were Mr. and Mrs: Earl Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gardner and children, Jeff, Jill and David, Mrs. Myrtle Barker, Mr. and Mrs. James Mullikin and Mrs. Dan Stone. X Clinton Club The Clinton Township. Home Demonstration •Club,met-'Wednes; day afternoon in the social rooms of the Sandusky Methodist Church with Mesdames Norma Smith, Mary Woodhull and Bernice Ruddell, hostesses. Fifteen members answered roll call with summer vacation plans. Devotions from the Psalms were by Mrs. Woodhull. Mrs. Susie Richardson gave the health and safety lesson and Mrs. Betty Chadwell had the lesson on landscaping. Refreshments were served by the hostesses and Mrs. Verne McGee received the door prize. Boats come true... 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A special invitation was extended to the group to attend the 25th Rose. Festival at the Hillsdale Garden on June 11. This is a special day for all garden clubs of Indiana. ——x-—.• - Sandcreek Club For their May meeting, the Sandcreek Home Demonstration Club had a pitch-in dinner at the home of Mrs. Lucille Temple. Following dinner, an auction of flowers brought by each member was held, with the proceeds going to the club treasury. Mrs. Merle Moncrief gave devotions and the health and safety lesson. Mrs. Grace Chaille led in staging "Faith of Our Mothers." The project lesson on diabetes was given by Mrs. Ruth McCammon. The birthday song was sung for Mrs. Moncrief and Mrs. Erma Wolfe. Miss Betty Cull took pictures of the group. The June meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Wolfe. vr Bridge Party Mrs. Dorothy Doles, who is leaving soon for a trip to Europe, was the honored guest of her bridge club Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Delton Shazer who was assisted by Mrs. Mose Levenstein. An ocean voyage theme was used in decorating with a large ship and cut flower arrangements. The nut cups were shaped like small luggages. Special guests were Mesdames Robert Meek, Sr., George Fogg, Arthur Lynch, Sheldon Smith, Howard Alyea and Miss Frieda Schatz. Refreshments were served and those receiving prizes were Mesdames Roy Beeson, Ge.orge Fogg, Sheldcn Smith, Gregg Ewing and William Baumgartner. •v/ ._ Daughters of Isabella The Daughters of Isabella met Thursday night at the Knights of Columbus Hall with Mary Miller, Regent, in charge. It was 1 announced that a Day of Recollec- ion -will- be-held-on-June-29 'at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Following the meeting, a mother-daughter style show was held. The models were the -Misses Jane and Debbie Scheidler, Diane and Ginny Meyer, Jean Ann Marie and Nancy Lynn Schwering, Nancy Luken, Jane Ann Moeller, Paulette Schroeder and the Mesdames Emma Wallpe, Mary Ann Schwering, Marilyn Moeller, Kathleen Scheidler, Edna Mae Knecht and Betty Meyer with Ann Schosker as narrator. Refreshments were served by the. committee, Mesdames Schwering, Meyer, Mary Louden, Esther Oakley, Mary Ann Luken, Bernice Menkedick, Sue Koors, Irene Kohrman, and Greta Solgere. Door prizes were awarded to Mesdames Rita Bok- e^ian and Esther Nieman. The next meeting will be June 4. Cabbage Problem MOSCOW (UPI) — Soviet canneries' have 200 million cans of tasteless cabbage and don't know what to do with them Pravda said Thursday. The Communist party newspaper said the situation was "catastrophic" because the canneries produced their quota of nearly a billion cans but the flavor of many "was meant for a zinc-lined stomach." Mr and Mrs. Garry Creech have returned from feeir wedding trip teougn northern Indiana and are * ^^J^-.^* wee married May 22 at the parsonage of the First Church of God by Rev. Robert Browning. The bride's gown was of alecon lace over pale pink seaspray chiffon. It featured a low neckline and long tapered sleeves^ Plan Bible School At Baptist Church Daily Vacation Bible school at the First Baptist Church in Greensburg will be held June 1 through :5. The hours will be from 8:45 a. m. to 11 a. m., with enrollment on the first day. The theme for this summer's course will be "God and^His Word." Teaching and handicrafts on the theme will be for nursery through junior high grades. Teachers and workers are as follows: Nursery—Mrs. John Fishe'r, HUNTINGTON JEWELRY North Side Square superintendent, Mrs. William Clark, Mrs. George Wyatt, Mrs. Clarence Murdock and Mrs. Donald Bowers. Kindergarten—Mrs.. Harry McCullough, superintendent, Mrs. FJqxd.Ruble, (Mrs-.Clifford.JRoby, Mrs. Victor McCarty,• Mrs: Clarence Heaton, Vickie Small, Marsha Bate and Sharon Osting, pianist. Primary—Mrs. Roscoe Houze, superintendent, Mrs. John Humpert, Miss Lois Hamer, Mrs. Dennis Martin, Nancy Hogg,Marita Meadows and Carol Cox, pianist. Middlers—Mrs. James Sefton, superintendent, Mrs. Joseph King, Mrs. John BiUings, Mrs- Roy Wells, Sara Spillman and Dana O'Sullivan. Juniors—Mrs. James Hunt, superintendent, Mrs. Michael Murphy, Mrs. Richard Gorbett, Mrs. Wendell McCreary and Karen Hadler. Junior High—Mrs. William Cannon, superintendent, and Mrs. Elmer Wiley. Services Saturday For Dr. Kemper, 62 Dr. William E. Kemper, 62, an Indianapolis dentist and orthodontist, .died Wednesday in the clubhouse of the Highland Golf and County Club after suffering a heart attack while playing golf. A native of Osgood, and a cousin of Dr. George S. Row of Osgood, Dr. Kemper formerly Jived with his family in the Joe Damm property. He had been an Indianapolis resident since 1921. Funeral services will be held at 10 a. m. Saturday at Planner and Buchanan Fall Creek Mortuary, Indianapolis. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Ann Frances Kemper; a son, James of Indianapolis; two daughters, Miss Marnie Carolyn Kemper of Manhattan Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Roger M. Bickel of Indianapolis, and a brother, Robert L. Kemper of Atlanta, Ga. Her veil fell from a beaded lace crown. She carried white carnations with sprays of wild fern. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Henderson, brother and sister-in-law 01 the bride were the attendants Mrs. Henderson's dress was ol rose and white linen. Her corsage was of white carnations. Mrs. Creech is the daughter .01 Mr. and Mrs. Grant Henderson of R. R. 6 and Mr. Creech is the son of Mrs. Mable Wheatley of Springfield, 0., and the late Ralph E. Creech. A reception will be held later at "Woodlark Land," home o! the bride's parents. Name New Head Of St. Joseph's College RENSSELAER, Ind. (UPI)— The Rev. Charles H. Banet will take office June 7 as president of St. Joseph's College here. The election of Father Banet, 42, to succeed the Rev. Raphael H. Gross as president of the Roman Catholic institution. was announced Thursday at Dayton, Ohio, by the Rev. John E. Byrne, head of the Cincinnati province of the Society of the Precious Blood which operates the school. Father Gross, 53, has been president of the college since July 1, 1951, the longest presidential tenure in the school's history. He asked recently to be relieved of his duties as president and will remain at the college as head of its fellows' program. A native of Fort Wayne, Father Banet Was educated at St. Charles Seminary, Carthagena, Ohio, and was ordained to the priesthood in 1949. He holds degrees from St. Joseph's and the University of Michigan. He has been librarian of St. Joseph's College since 1952 and was appointed executive assistant to the president last September. Memorial Day Talk For Westport Club The Rev. Ben F. Philbeck, pastor of the Sardinia Baptist Church, presented a talk on Memorial Day at the meeting of the Westport Kiwanis Club Thursdav night. • After briefly outlining the his- nr" of the annual observance formerly known as Decoration Day, he discussed the significance of cemetery monuments ind grave markers as a tribute to deceased loved ones. The program was arranged by the Rev. John Cassady and the Rev. Arnold Atkins, pastors of the Westport Baptist Church and Letts Baptist Church, respectively. Inter-club groups were present from St. Paul and Columbus. Children Burned By Firecrackers WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Food and Drug Administration warned today that small firecrackers which look like., gum balls have -been" causing burns in the mouths of children. The:diminutive explosives, • mostly imported from Japan, are round and come in varied bright colors. They are designed to explode when hurled against a hard surface, such as a concrete sidewalk. They have been sold in this country for several years. But FDA Commissioner George Larrick said that there have been recently reported cases where children have mistaken the explosives for gum balls and have bitten into them. The resulting explosion, while not serious, an produce a burn -inside the mouth. Bottorffs Invited To White House Party INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Indiana Secretary of State John D. Bottorff and his wife will make their first White House visit June 5 as guests of Lynda Bird Johnson, daughter of the Presi dent. They - will be guests at a dance honoring Princess Christina of Sweden. Bottorff is president of the Midwest organization of Young Democrats and also of the Indi ana Young Democrats. LeRoy Took Services Set LeRoy Toole, 70, a retired ma- binist, died Thursday in Methodist Hospital at Indianapolis. He had resided on South High School Road on R. R. 3, Indianapolis. A native of the Nebraska community 'in Jennings County, he lad resided at Indianapolis for 57 years. He had been a machin- st for Linde Air Company at Indianapolis for 20 years, prior o retirement in 1960. Mr. Toole was a member ol Speedway Masonic" Lodge and the Scottish Rite at Indianapolis. 3e was a member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in :he Indianapolis area. . . Funeral services will be held at 1 p. m. Saturday in Conkle Speedway Funeral Home. En tombment will be in Floral Park Mausoleum at Indianapolis. Vis itation is at the funeral home The survivors are: The wid ow, Mrs. Olive Toole of R. R. 3 Indianapolis; a daughter, Mrs Edith Markich of Indianapolis four sons, Robert, Harry am Louis Toole of Indianapolis am Charles Toole of Atlanta, Ga. two brothers, Thomas Toole o Indianapolis and John Toole p Martins ville; and 14 grandchil dreh. The widow is the daughter --'o the late Charles A. and Lucy Alley LaBolt, for many year residents of the Holton communi ty in Ripley County. Albert A LaBolt and David E. LaBolt o Greensburg are brothers of th widow. FOR NURSES, WAITRESSES — EVERY LADY WHO WALKS A LOT ss bndetful COMFORT SHOES ,.- GIJVMOUR ; .SEVENTEEN ' SttfiEif OISEIXE ~ MAGAZINES LEADER SHOE STORE Liberty Baptist to Have Special Program A special presentation, "The Challenge of the Cross," will be given at the 10:30 a. m. worship service of the Liberty Baptist Church Sunday. Those taking part in the program will be: Roger Coombs, devotions; Brenda Coombs, Danny Curtis and Roger Coombs, instrumental trio; Helen Parker, organist; Arleen Whipple, soloist; Luella Sanson, evangelist; and Brenda Coombs, Carolyn Bobbins, Melodi Parker, Danny Curtis and Tommy Parker, disciples. Church of Nazarene Bible School Is Set The local Churh of the Nazarene will begin a two-week>vacation Bible school Monday with sessions Monday through Friday from 6:30 to 8:45 p. m. The Church of the Nazarene at St. Omer is participating and the pastors, officers and teachers of the two churches will have charge. The school is open to all children from four years old through high school age and will continue through June 11. The closing exercises will be held Saturday, June 12, at 7:30 p. m. at the Greensburg Church of the Nazarene on North Park Street. Apologizes for Jackie Letter Sale Attempt WASHINGTON (UPI) — Washington public relation woman said Thursday she ha apologized to the White Hous for attempting to sell a lette Mrs. John F. Kennedy wrote t Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson 1960. The woman, Lucianne Cum mings, drew Mrs. Johnson's ir last week when it was learne she had commissioned a Ne 1 York autograph dealer to se the letter.. It had come int Miss Cummings' hands whe she ' was a Democratic cam paign worker in 1960. She wit] drew it from sale at the Whit House's request. Fifth Sunday Rally Set at Clarksburg The Buena Vista, Clarksbur and New Point Christia Churches will unite' Sunda night at 7:30 p. m. for the sec ond Fifth Sunday Rally of th year. This time the rally will b held in the Clarksburg Christiar Church. Rev. John Baynes c New Point will lead the singin and Rev. John Johnson of Buen Vista will be the speaker. Re\ John H. Smith is the host min ister. 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