Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on June 9, 1965 · Page 8
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 8

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 9, 1965
Page 8
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Sardinia Mr. and Mrs. BUI Knight and family of Randolph Air Force Base, Tex., arrived here Friday evening for a few days before leaving for three years' assignment fif England. Saturday they and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knight and Mrs. Marjorie Knight went to Frankfort to visit Robert Knight and family. Robert, who is in the Navy, was spending the weekend with his family at Frankfort. Mrs. Henry Cooper is reported somewhat improved at her home. 1 Mrs. Owen Wilson entertained her sister, Mrs. Lewis Tenny, and daughter of Kokomo Saturday. Mr. Tenny is in the Air Force Reserves at Bakalar. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cortelyon of Shelbyville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Elliott Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Friedersdorf and family had as Saturday overnight guests the Rev. and Mrs. Richard Hester. For breakfast Sunday morning they entertained about 40 members of the B. Y. F. Mrs. DeLoss Call left Monday for her home in Phoenix, Ariz., after an extended visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Friedersdorf, and other relatives. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Agnew and family were the Rev. and Mrs. Richard Hester and the Rev. and Mrs. Ben F. Philbeck and family- Miss Delia Bennett had as luncheon guests Thursday Mrs. Ben Philbeck and sons and Mrs. Rena Sloan. Mr. and Mrs. James Castor and daughter of Long Beach, Calif., arrived Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Castor and all attended the Castor reunion at Greensburg City Park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wynn Stipp of Los Angeles, Calif., arrived Sunday noon for the Castor reunion and will visit relatives here several days. Mrs. Stipp was Virginia Castor. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Smoot have named their new daughter Rebecca Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Manlief were recent dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Manlief. Miss Emma Sherman had as dinner guests Saturday Mrs. Eva Howe and daughter, Mrs. Margaret McClintic, of near Columbus. Joe Sherman called on his nephew, Warren Shafer, near Scipio Sunday and reports Warren is somewhat improved since his return from Seymour hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Vanest and family attended the McNealy- Graue wedding at Star Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. Raymond Hern attended commencement exercises at Franklin College Sunday morning. The Rev. Joe Knight received an honorary degree. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cooper and family have as guests her mother, Mrs. Robert Harrod, and Mr. Harrod of Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Evans had as Sunday evening supper guests the Rev. and Mrs. Richard Hester and the Rev. and Mrs. Ben F. Philbeck and family- Several children from this community had a part in the dance revue at Greensburg Saturday evening. Miss Brenda Vinson spent Saturday night with Miss Micky Ferris. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ferris had as guests last week her sisters, Mrs. John Wilhoite and Mr. Wilhoite and family, Miss Linda Smith and friend Miss 1 Terry Ross all of Zionsville, and Miss Patty Prewitt. PlffW ST. JOSEPH — Missouri cot- ontail rabbits rear 3.8 litters annually with an average of 4.4 in each litter. Dry Cleans Carpet Easily Carpet dry cleaning is easy with the Host Electric Up- Brash. Cleans all types of fibers. No handwork. Host eliminates every problem of "in home" cleaning. Not a shampoo—no wet carpet — us* rooms instantly. Every customer who has tried Host, loves it We recommend it Clean 300 sq. ft (average home) only $9.95. Phone us for information. Carpet and Drapery E. City Limits Road 46 Hoosier Politics-— Dick Rr. By EUGENE J. CADOU INDIAlMiAPOLIS (UPD—Rich- ard 0. • Ristine has switched pleasantly and peacefully from the post of Indiana's lieutenant governor to that of a bank president in Crawfordsville. Less than a year ago Ristine was titular head of the Indiana Republican party and GOP nominee for governor. He was defeated last November by Democratic Gov. Roger D. Branigin. Along the way he had been a practicing ? attorney in Crawfordsville and a prominent state senator. At 45 years old, he now is president of the Elston Bank & Trust Co. with a pretty wife and three promising sons and 6f«M*ir»(M.) Daily Hews. W«fae«Uy, June 9,1965 Switch fe Sank is a right happy man. Misses Politics "Of course, I miss politics with all of its thrills and pleasant contacts," Ristine said as he sat in his tastefully furnished office at the bank. "But I don't have to try to get jobs for anyone or do any of the other laborious political tasks. I try to help the many fine friends who contributed to my campaign as well as I can in a Democratic regime." For the first time in many years. Ristine has adequate time for his family and for recreation, and enjoys the sensa- :ion. One of his favorite sports is canoeing on Sugar Creek, the 'astest stream of its kind in the i state. Some days are^ better than others. A friend-told about Ristine piloting his canoe into a hidden rock and the subsequent spill. •• Mclaughlin, AmKftem Prorijoted liy RSdTC J. Michael McLaughlm, R. R. 1 Greensburg, and • Karl Am- Rhein, Greensburg, were among Air Force cadets in Indiana.Uni- versity's Reserve Officers Training-Corps (ROTO to be 'promoted recently. Promption was based on outstanding leadership. McLaughlin was promoted to cadet master sergeant and Ain- Rhein was promoted to cadet staff sergeant. ..' His wife, Mary Lou, likewise admits that she misses the hectic political life.i. She relieves her a wife, mother and homemaker. by conducting a daily morning program on Radio Station WCyjL in Craw : fordsville. She prepares female interest shows, interviews celebrities and occasionally presides at classical musical programs. "I just love the job," she said. •., College Activities There are many activities of Wabash College in Crawfordsville in which' the.Ristines par- ticipate.He- is a member of the joard of trustees .of the institu- :ion. .-. ' .•..;•;Good friends are Crawfordsville Mayor Wm H. Hays Jr:, spn,of the late postmaster gen-: eral and ciar of the movies, and Mrs. Hays. Hermon Promoted to Airman Second Class '-,-•- - Robert H. Hermon, son of Mr. and Mrs. J[6hn T. Hermon .of Hope, has been promoted to airman second, class in the U. S. Air Force at Prestwick Airfield, Scotland. Airman Herman is a communications .center specialist in a unit 1 that supports the'Air Force Communications Service mission : of maintaining: communications for control of global Air Force operations. ;He is a graduate of Hauser High School. Wabash College gave Ristine its 'A. B. degree summa cum laude and he received the LLB. degree from Columbia . University; He is a-member of the Phi Beta Kappa honorary, scholarship fraternity: He wajs a captain in the 'Air Force during World: War. II. There is some speculation by friends- that he might be the logical next president of Wabash, but he has so far shown no interest in that position. After all, being a bank president is not too. unpleasant. Richard O. Ristine TONNAGE TOTAL WASHINGTON — Total world production, of coal and oil combined amounts to two billion tons per'year. IMPOUNDED LAKE BOULDER CITY—Lake Mead, behind the Hoover dam on the Colorado River, contains four- fifths as much water as Lake Erie. . PRICES IN THIS AD f EFFECTIVE. THRU SATURDAY, JUNE 12TH CHECK AND COMPARE THESE EVER fMY LOW, LOW PRICES LARGE EGGS DOZ. WALDORF TOILET 4 ROLL PKG. KRAFT'S WHIP WHOLE KERNEL 303 CAN 303 CAN Qt. JAR QT. JAR 18 DEL MONTE GOLDEN CORN ORCHARD FRESH ^ 15-OZ. ^ f APPLESAUCE ....2 aJARS 4> ORCHARD FRESH FRUIT COCKTAIL KRAFT , . ... . ' 16-OZ. FRENCH DRESSING " L KRAFT MAYONNAISE... 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